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VOLUME !, NUMBER 138
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST IU. 1906.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
Carnival of Murder in Poland
ALL IN GOOD HEALTH
REVOLUTIONISTS
AND TERRORISTS
|        Winnipeg, Aug.  15. ��� The health of men em-
OO BLOODY WO/?^ ' P'��yet^ 'n construction camps in the west has, up to
the present this summer been   exceptionally good.
Dr. T. F. Chamberlain, inspector under Act 62-6.3
At a Given  Signal  Bombs Commence  to   Burst  Among
Officials   in   Many   Different   Places at
the  Same Time.      Bullets   Fly-
in All Directions.
- ti   -   irg,    Aug.    15.���Acting,     i e ;   un i- | iw.    Two  at-
Ite  plan and al  a  -Anal   - '      I  totlaj   near  Ufa  on  a
md Revolutionists I >���
ed a carnival il mu ���
-   ..i'li   . irabi
obbi registered                               .       ���   g J5.000,
.    ml
'''"'   '.' iwn.
: lace and  troops  In
ii   Poland,   ei hoes   ul       ..'.:��� \ . ;.        .  ,
���    heard   from   Ufa,     Sfalta,   r.an . .., ,-   with
;. ��� even far away I Ihlti .  \ here   ihe       .    i lonisi -   w  -
.-.. liiel  oi   Police Gorplnchei ko e massaen ] olice-
.st  on  his  own   looi larmi -.  a> i    infantry    pa
These   conspirators   shot   and
The Revolutionists' campaign   lam     llled 187 policemen, foui  gend    -    -
.   ; sa v  vAiere  many  ��� ��� nd  seven infan trolmen      n i
> ee s and  man--   m ire' wound) n ��� e.
:     Vra< ng th" kllle i. aco , -      S ddii rs fired a    ol ey Into a       .-��� I
���   atesl official advices, wen   killing   15  and   Injuring  30  others.
���    . tnts   of   police,   a   Hebrew      The m   I ler was   ieautiful, the cltj
������     ant and a woman.   The returns   was   calm  and  thousands  of persons
:  in. ��� ���   ��� Ilng   the   outgoing    excur-
Policei en  and   soldiers   were  shol   sion  Ten-     Simultaneously  the    at-
. ���   :,its in  the streets, Theli   tacks   on   policemen    began    at    10
.-..-re travelling    In    small  o'clock   in   the   morning.     About     1
nd most all escaped.   'I'he only   o'clock  ia the  afternoon news  began
���    tn ���   was a band of ten men who     ���  arrive  from  all  parts of the city
.-������ I a vodka shop and lulled   revealing the concerted nature of the
BOldiei     These  were  bagged  bj   I   attacks
: nl. In Ostrot  sky, ti ur men attacked a
were  employed   In   an    at-    ergi   ni  oi police bul the latter was
.   on   the   police   Btatlon   of   the  alb ... three of them who were
-.  Warsaw  where a  Bergeaht,   a med  with revoh  rs.    In a flghl  In
two  pal   ilmen   and   a   Boldler   were  Torgovia   Btreet,   Revolution! I
wound) ' b vii   two  patrolmen  and    a  Jewish
Othi    Polish  cities Blngled oul  bj   i ercl ml  was  killed bj  a  stray bul-
ists,  were  Lodz,  where six   et.     ��    and of ten  men  Invaded  a
iree   patrolmen    and    the   \  dl i    shop    in    Cholodena    street
... .    ���        , |-.,. captain were wound-      iere  thej   wounded  a soldier.    The
"���   mob and two soldiers and   clerk   and   wife   of   the    proprietor
���    -   Ists   were   killed     in    the     pened   fire   upon   the   invaders   anil
a passing i atrol Beized the contents of
Vi Ran ��� m, a bomb thai was thrown  the sho., Btormed the house and cap-
������    -i,nil.n,     killed    the'tared  all of  the   hand.
nil children of the  police cap-      In  the afternoon  a  detachment  of
lavsk, where the chief of infantry   and   Cossacks   appeared   in
Blain     At   Vplock,  where  the   Btreets   llsperslng    the       'owds
ELECTRIC DEATH
FOLLOWS LOVERS
OF RED ROSE GIRL
Victoria, who is in the neighborhood, having con-
concluded his round   of  the   railway construction
cam] is, reports very favorably as to their condition.
The inspector's purview extends beyond the ordinary
public work undertaken by the Dominion government,  and includes every railway, canal,  bridge,
telegraph and   othe'* work  within   the legislative j
authority of the 'parliament of Canada.    He has I
nothing to do, however, with operations where the '
charter has been obtained from the provincial government.
Dr. Chamberlain is supposed to go on_an inspection once in three or four months to see that the
local doctors, who are provided under the act, are
doing their duty in exacting a due compliance with
the requirements of the lav;.
Weired  and Tragic Are The Fates of Two Young   Men
Who  one After  the  Other   V/ere
Admired by Miss Kate
Barger.
Monday
live wire
Enemy Plants Spikes
on Farmer9s Hay Field
And while he slept, his enemy went He g  '  another knife and  went  at  i;
I   pianted   elghl   Inch   spikes    all ;!-'lin  :'ml   hail  succeeded  in  gettin
th,    ,gh   bU  A      :������ ' 1.    The questh ., "     ' :'  !ialf W:!>' ar0Un,i ,hf' fleld when
the same thing    happened.    A    third
the   pr vincial   police   have   not   yet ,   .,              ,       . . .         ...
knife came to grief in a similar- way.
. en     A  to i nswei is���Who waa the nd the farmer came t0 the conclusion
enemy.   The story In question      nes I lat  tilings were not as they should
from   Hazelmere,    One of the  ranch- b��     Ke commenced a search and dis-
at thai      ,-..-,��� ...      tha    all  over -the  hay  fluid
..  the wherewithal] to feed his e ime one had planted    a    promising
���������    In   the   winter.     He   had   nol ro]   oi  eight inch s,  >-   3.    The pro-
gi ne   vei     fai   when   there    was    a vincial po] ce were notified, but up to
ilng Bound and ���   stop and two    hi     1 11  Ume have not  succeed' I
. ���   three   1 iwi     teeth   wen   ; 1    en. In   ocating the culprit.
.  ,	
Portland, Ore., Aug. 15.���A singular ened     into     love.      on
-��� seems to follow red ros a when Sherrod mei   death trom a
-.������ii   I ������   Miss   Margaret   Bi rge .  of al thi  top of a pole al Third and Mor-
'���"���   Easl   Eleventh    Bti     .    to    her rlson  streets.
young           a  ml -   -.     \   :������ .   weeks During  the  early  pari  of  the day
the         - 1 'ed  rose to the on  which Jack  Lockwood  was lulled
On the afternoon of hi   walked home with his sweetheart.
���   .-.                he  man  was electro- From  a   rosebush  in  her  yard    she
cuted.   On VIondaj last the  lame girl ; ucked a  red  rose and  placed  it  In
gave - a         -   etheart a red 1   se from the lapel of his coat.
the .-             , b  ana  on  Monday  a'.-o "Keep this  till  you see  me again,
...   was           ocuted. and    e 1 ire  to call me up this eve-
Peculiar!.- unfor unate  are  the 1 x- ning,'-' she said at parting.    I>ong she
lenci     of  the   girl   ahout     whose v. ;itel by thi   telephone and did nol
love affairs  there seems to hover a understand  why it did not ring until
wlerd and tragic fatality.   Loving and she   was  told   of  the   tragic   fate  of
el  ved     ���'  Jack   Lockwood   sh.-  was her lover.
lefl to mourn his sudden death, which I.as'     Monda       Sherrod       walked
occurred July 18, when he was electro- home  with   her  and  from   the  same
t ite i at  the top of a pole ar  Union rosebush she  stooped and  [ducked a
avenue and Ash strets. red rose which she gave to him.
While   attending   Lockwood's     fun- "Kee:>  ihis  till  you see  me again,
eral  the   bereaved   girl   met   Wallace and be sure to call me 1111 this eve-
Sberrod. He was kind, consoling a.id nirf��," Bhe said on parting.   That eve-
5   comforting to her    and    the    friend- ning the  telephone brought   news of
Bhlp     which   followed    quickly    rip- Sherrod's death.
CHINAMAN ESCAPES BOB GOODING FltiHTS
FROM ASYLUM FARM FOR SWEET LIBERTY
F'i:0itive   Embarks  in   Boat on  Fraser
River  and   Eludes   His
Pursuers.
Strong   Man   With   Jag   is   Conveyed
to Police Station Under Heavy.
Guard.
PEOPLE OF WINNIPEG
INTEND TO DO THINGS
SICK MAN CUTS LOOSE
m COMMITS MURDER
Make   Elaborate  Precaratior.s fcr   Reception   of   the   Manufactjrers
Association.
Sashes     Brother-in-Law     and     Wife
With Razor and Looks for
Others.
��� . signal, attacks on all the ��������� th  bwoi :-. fin arms and bayonets.
���  e    simultaneously    made       ������   -   ���"'-   vere quickly emptied and
..-.. wounded. bj   H  o'clock  all  rhi- restaurants and
On  acouut   of   the   agrarian   dls r- hotels   v.-  ������  closed.    All   busses and   being
e railway between Damara and vans   were   kept   busy   carrying   the? those   attending  the  annual  me. fug
Winnipeg,   Aug.
made   foi
la.��� I'i. parations
the   reception    of
���'   ������   Ich already was carrying   wounded   to   hospitals,
on  all   its  trains,  today   was   by were searched.
All   passers-
DECIDES IGE CREAM POISONS
TO STOP LYNCHING A PARTI OF FORTY
Chicago, Aug. 15.���In a tit of insanity today Emil Berner, a mechanic
0! Batavia, 111., murdered his brother-
in-law, Ernest Franzen, by cutting his
' .' with a razor; slashed Mrs
Bernei so severely that she will die,
and then cut his own throat, dying
w Ithin a lew minutes.
The tragedy was enacted at the
Berner home. Berner had been ill for
mfflcient automobiles to conduct  the'8everaJ weeks aml for some time hart
away,
was organized to pursue him, it was
discovered that he had escaped in
a cream-colored boat on the river. The
of Manufacturers association are for
a reception fitting for the occasion.
Since the hist programme was published the Real Estate Exchange
have made arrangements    to    secur<
Chief   Executive
of    North    Carol na    physicians   Decide   That   the
Says   Militia   Will   Fire
on  Mobs.
is   Due  to   Uncleanliress
of Cans.
entire party of visitors over the city,
rroubie   and   show   them   not   only   the   man-
ufacturies, bul  also the splendid  op-
been delirious. Today, stealing Upon
his '..rother-iti-law, who had heen
watching at  the  sick  man's  bedside.
Balis
Beach,  Mass.,  Aug.   !'
1
!., A ig,  15.    in an ad
e-i   to  the  people of North Fort.j   pi  Bona  were  poisoned  bj   im-
(,.,\p rnoi     Glenn, 1 are U 1    n am tonight, and Bix of the
II a  to  recenl    lawless victims  are   in   a   serious   condition
obB, announced thai  In The  names  of the Bix are:     E Iwi
:. Ultia   will   bi     in- O'Connell, Michael Her a, Mi��f  Susb
on the crowd- when Thayer, -h.hu   Murphy, all  ol   Havi
... med necessarj  bj  the bill;   Mlsi   Wonne  Adams,   Manche
ounty   in   which   the ti r, N. II.;  Miss Flossie Ziegel, Law-
��� is.    The  sheriff    is  In- rence,
is- every  means  in  his Physicians decided thai the trouble
���
the
portunltles for Investment.   The civic bul   who   had   dropped   into   a   doze
reception   and   banquet   will   be  held from    exhaustion,     Berner     slashed
I ln   thi    Royal   Alexandra.    Tbe    de- Franzen's throat, cutting the jugular
tails of the reception to be given by 'eln.     Bernei   then   met   his  wife  In
_   ...    .-,    have   nol   ,el   been the doorwi   ; seizing her ln his arms,
-.   iu ��� I,   I ul   11   will   no  di u I   bi
in   ��� 'a1 orate   - sale,
esi would-be lynchers  in   was due to ptomaine poisoning from
''���'"t  ol  attack,  the  sheriff niusl    unclean
containing    the    Ice
BULLET IN HIS HEART
FAILS TO KILL NEGRO
Blac-   Man Supposed to  Be Dead
Uo When  Undertaker
Arrives.
"������ .-. ;.-'.. 1 her face, ' 1 dy and throat,
Belie ��� Ing  hi r  hi a I,  Bi rm ������   lashed
e  stairs to  the  rooms occupied
by his daughter and a boarder. Warn-
e 1 by the scream*   il the mother an 1
. ghtened by the wild app< arance ol
Bi ; up-- ''    thi     laug .'.-r   and   the
A Chinese patient of the provincial It took three representatives of
asylum who was working at the farm the law, two expressmen and a wagon
a" Coquitlam managed to elude the to convey Bob Cooling from the
vigilance of the guards yesterday af- Windsor hotel to the police lockup
ternoon, and made his escape. His yesterday afternoon. Officer Johnston
absence was not noticed until he had was the first man to notice that the
got   clear   away,   and   when   a   party   valiant Bob had heen punishing mure
than his fair share of booze, and
proceeded to escorl him to the lockup. Bob had a strenuous objection
to accompanying him, and put up a
Chinaman had no oars or paddles, but tight. Detective Bradshaw happen-
hi.d secured a Hat piece of board ed along, and preceded to assist h :
which he used to propel his boat. colleague. Owing to the fact lhal
The Chinaman, who is registered at Gooding was only released from the
the asylum under the name of Oy, is hospital a few days ago, where he
about DO years of age, and is known had been laid up with a broken leg, it
to have friends among the local Chi- was impossible to handle him accord-
nese in this city. The city police were lng to approved police methods. Aa
notified, and are keeping a lookout Bob refused to walk to the siation,
for him. Dr. Doherty staled last r wagon was requisitioned to tran-
evening that the man was a paroled spun him there, but before being
patient, and that he had been allow- placed on the wagon, Boh pul up a
ed a certain ana mil of liberty on the . stiff tight kicking and striking out
1 irm. and had profited by this to wiih his hands and feet to host of his
make his escape. He fully expected ability. Chief Mcintosh arrive.I while
that the l-oanii .. Celestial would re- the fun was In progress, and took
turn to the asv'i m before this eve a hand in the game. When Gooding
ning, and he di I not anticipate thai was finally laid out on his hack 111
he would cause any trouble while he the wagon, the three officers with
waa    way, their   prisoner   were  driven   to    the
��� o ��� ire  Bob was placed In a
,   ;     eel]     -       lltate on the tolly
,   , ��� ,        ��� the majesty of
he law.
Continue  Their  Voyage.
Ponta De Gadao,  \t  es,  Vug, 15.���
I'. 1  Immigrants  who    were    on
jumped through the windows    oard on the Zotti line steamer Brook
the   gi   in 1   '.< n   teel   below.
Berner then slashed his own throat.
ordei ",
illitary to fire.
Defaulting President
Is Seen In Pittsberg
h      irg, Aug. 15.���Paul O. Stens-ffor two years.    Holmer had been to
lim"' 'he defaulting preside,,, of the the  station   to  meet   a    Wend    and
Mllwaul    \            c,, ,     ���     , while talking ln the Pullman, his at-
'"' ''   Avenue   State   bank   whs ,   ,   . ,   ,.   _,,,,,,.,���,
in ,,, tentlon  was  attracted   to  a  strange,
lus��>urg today and at  present  is ^.|1(i(| ,��� ,,���, ,,.���.    ,,,, _;lid:    l walk-
0u8bl to be in lhe east.    Stensland e(] ,,p to him and said: 'Hello Stens-
8 s""" aboard a train at the union land, whal are you doing here?'"
'!;"i'"1 by Oscar Holmer, an engineer, "For God's sake, is ll  you?   Don'l
" I   to   be  a   close     friend    of give   me  away."   "I   told   him   his  af-
lan<I. Ail  who had not seen him fairs  were  none  of mj   business."
Hettlesburg,  Mas
Aug
IE
-With
. na bullel through his heart and an-
1 ther through his temple, entering on
one side 01 the head and coming out
at the other, Charles Williams, a
negro of this city, bas survived for
three days and the prospects are
thai he will eventually recover. The
wounds  were  inflicted   by a  38-CaJlbl'e
revolver, fired al short range by another negro.
Williams fell over as though dead.
bul    when  the undertaker    attended
Lhl W ilinded negro he wa I able to
bit   ip.
Since then he has eaten heartily
and the physli lans venture the opinion thi ���  ;     will recover,
Fielding's   Seat.
Liverpool. N. P.. Aug. IA���The
COUrl this morning decided to go on
with the election petition to unseat
Hon, Mr. Fielding In Queen Shel-
1 .rn. The question of the jurisdiction of the court in the matter as
raised by the attorney general will
he submitted to ihe supremo court
of Canada.
The first witness, .lohn Wolff, said
he had been paid five dollars to remain home on election day. He however went and voted for Ritchie, the
. nservatlve  candidate.
Reduction   of   Duty.
Melbourne, Aug. 15.���The house of
represent itivss today adopted a
resolution In favor of reducing the
duty pn Bplrlts to $3 50 per I arrel.
lyn,   which   stranded   In   tbe    harbor
here Aug.  10, while .  lng fn ro  Mar
Bellies   to   New   York,   left   toda;,'   for
\ew York, on the Fabre line steamer
Madonna     All   attempts   to   float   the
Brooklyn, have thus  far been  unsuc-
( i BSful.
Republican Nominations.
El Paso, Texas, Aug. ir..���Tl,
publican stare convention
elected Cecil Lyon state
,,nd nominated Dr. Cary A. Cray for
governor and Frederick Hofensien tor
lieutenant  governor.
re-
today re-
chairman
Multitude of Catholics
Gathers in St Boniface
Winnipeg, Aug. la.���The comer bishop of St. Boniface, hearty congrat-
Btone of the magnificent new Roman Ulatlons on the success of the great
Catholic  church  in   St.   Boniface  �����>��   Undertaking.       All   of   the      leading
blessed  by  Mgr.  Langevin this eve
; clergy of the Wesl were in attendance
and man.  assisted in the celebration
ning In the presence of a  multitude ol- 1)(,nti;i,,:, n,gh maBS wnlob marked
ot  the   faithful,     Mgr.  Dukauel,  arch-J the  opening   of  the    ceremony this
bishop  of  Ottawa,  delivered  the ad-   morning      The   cathedral   will cost
diess   of   the   occasion,   his   remarks considerabl    in excess of three hun-
conveying  to  His  Grace,  the    Arch-  died thousand dollars.
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- i THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16
'906.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
won't cake.    It is PURE���clean,
dry crystals that disolve instantly.
Perfect for the table.
KING EDWARD MEETS
EMPEROR WILLIAM
shareholders may       Special Summer Courses
HOLD ON TO CLAIMS       For ^^ ������ *.
Sheriff's  Sale  of  Mt.  Baker  and  Yale   S P R 0   I    I "S H A ^f
Property   Postponed  to
A^29 Business Institute
Limited.
The sale of the Mt. Baker and Yale
Mining plant and claims which was 336 Hastings Street W.. Vancouver
R. J.  SROTT,  B..A..  Principal.
Monarchs   Kiss   Each   Other  on   Both
Cheeks and Then Go
Sight-seeing.
Cronberg, Hesse-Nassau. Prussia,
Aug. 15.���Kint Edward arrived here
on a special train from Frankfort, at
8:45 a. m. today. Emperor William
and Prince and Princess Frederick
Charles, of Hesse-Nassau, met him at
the railroad station. The emperor
assisted the king in alighting and
then they kissed each other on both
cheeks. The meeting was very cordial.   The   king   wore   a   black   prince
advertised to take place yesterday af-1
tl rnoon has been postponed for two
weeks and will take place on Aug
29. A large number of rhe share
holders and other interested parties
were on hand at Sheriff Armstrong's
office and were attended by a number of legal gentlemen. A meeting
of the shareholders of the mine and
Mr. MicElmon, who instituted the
sale was held and lasted until about
4 o'clock. It appears that there Is
only $550 against the plant which is
valued at about $15,000. The plant
is located at a point two miles east of
Yale, on the opposite side of the
Fraser river and on the North Fork
Of   Siwash   creek.     The    pi int      was
H. A. SCRIVEN, B. A., Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec.
Allien   coat   and   silk   hat..     The  em 	
peror  had  on  the   uniform    of  the  placed In its present location only at
Posen Jaeger regiment, with a Bteel   ,l"' expense of much trouble and lota
helmet.    King  Edward  was    accom-j
panted   by   Sir  ("has.   Hardinge,   per-
o-   cash.     The   only   mean-   of   access
to the spot is by a Steele cable across
tin- river on which a large bucket is
suspended,
The   shareholders   are   dlvldi I   on
the matter of parting with the plan*
 when   the     claims
are properly developed the  plan'  will
be capable of yielding good  returns,
at There is evidence that  gold  In work-
introductions   had  able quantities is to he found in the
n,d   district   and   the  property   has   never
Fried-   been  developed   sufficiently   to   know
j just what  might  be expected. Others
of   the   shareholders   look   upon    the
matter as sending good money after
manenl under-secretary of the foreign
offlce, Major General Sir Stanley
Cl j .. chief equerrj an I Major Frederick I-', ti. Ponsonby. U
Sir   Frank   Lascalles,   the     British   Some   think   thai
ambassador to Germany, and the British    consul general, Francis   Oppen
heimer, joined   the  royal    party
Frankfort.      After
l.een exchanged  the royal  pany
their following proceeded    to
richshof In automobiles.
The streets were profusely decorated wi'h evergreens, flags and stream     _ 	
majesties   were  heartily  bad and will not consider the spend
the   crowds   and   school  lng  of  any   more   money   upon
lined   up   along| proposition.       It   is   probable
Lime
Juice,
Bathing
CdpS) etc.
AT
RYALL/S
Drug   Store
ers. Their
cheere1 by
children,   who   were
the
that
the   route.      Many   Englishmen   from (some  decision  may  be  arrived  at   by
surrounding watering places were also   which the present shareholders, who
present
ADD KINO	
have   faith   in   the   enterprise
take   hold   of   the   plant,   and
with   a   view   to   reimbursing
may
un   it
them-
 an    American.
man  who  is  the  head of the'
After   reaching    Friedrichshof    thej
royal party breakfasted, and then the   selves,
emperor  and  the   king    spent    some      Mr.   Louis   Stenger,
time in the grounds, | minim    	
About 11 o'clock they went sight- Marvel Gold Mining company, which
seeing, and after luncheon a visit owns and is working the adjoining
was made to Homburg and the Roman I claims with good success was pres-
camp at Saalburg. The king on this'ent and strongly urged the Mount
occasion wore a gray suit, lt is un- Baker mine men to hang on to their
derstood his appearance In civilian property and promised financial as-
clothes was at the emperor's request. \ sistance if they required it..
At luncheon the party included the The plant as it stands Is considered
rince of Greece and his sister,  valuable,  but  to  purchase  the  plant!
and    remove it  to another    location
j would cost as much, if not more than
to buy a complete new outfit.
The  Marvel  is  being developed  by I
Job
Printing
ARROW PRESS
Open for Business
July 4,  1906.
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crown pn
Public Notice!
ADD  KING	
Berlin, Aug. 15.���The semi-official
North German Gazette this afternoon says: "His majesty, the emperor, met, his majesty, the king of
England this morning. We ri
that litis meeting between the two
monarchs has beeu hailed sympathetically nearly everywhere by the English as well as the German press. We
cannot share in the supposition heard
ihere regarding special political rea-
a couple of shifts of men and there'
is a considerable quantity of gold
,. I cropping out of the top Of t.he land'
' in the district. Mr, Stenger is pushing down to the lower levels and is
satisfied that time and patience will
in a short time mean  money.
AT THE  HOTELS.
Guichon���D. Taylor, Vancouver;
A.
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 Wednes-
sons  for  ihis meeting.    Even  without _ 	
suppositions the  actual  value of thejw, Cubb Cunningham, Soo, Out., Mrs.
meeting, it appears to us, is not right.   W.   F.   Ferriss,   chilliwack;     c.    H.
We hope that the exchange of views .King,  Vieloria;   William    Millar,    MA day, the 5th day of Septem
he,ween  the  rulers  of Germany  and Talt, E. R. Talt, Vancouver;   B.  v,m  ]-.���.,   1 qne
Great Britain will serve to further the  Turner, Chicago; I)  J. Mills and tarn- '
peace of the world and promote har-|Hy.   David   W.   Mills,    Mrs.     (.'.     ll. "p    J_
inony between all persons of conciliatory sentiments on both sides of the
channel. We welcome the king with
homage."
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Theater
  Dates.
The city's theater goers may look
forward to a splendid line of vocal,
Instrumental and dramatic treats
iliii-irig the approaching season which
will open on Sept. 8 in the New Westminster opera house. The lis; is as
follows;
Sept. 8, Georgia Minstrels; ll, Juvenile Bostonlans; 18, Josh Perkins;
���j-. Convict's Daughter; Oct, I. Hy.
Henry; 15, Parsifal; 22, Royal Slave;
25, Told  in  Hills;   81, College Widow;
Nov, i, Devil's Auction; 7, Under Southern Skies;  ll'. Sim, Of the Cross;   L5,
Jessie McLachlan; i". Arizona; 23,
Harry Berosfonl; 28, Jerry From
Kern ; 29, Two Johns; Dec. 1. Fig-
man; :'.. James O'Neill: 13, Florence
Roberts; 24, Qulncy Adams; ran, 1.
Heir to Hoorah; 10, Dolly Varden; IT.;
Sergeant Kitty; is, Sultan of Lulu;
22, Little Duchess; Fell, 1, Human'
Hearts; 15, Fncle Tom's Cabin; 20,
test  Mail;   21   to 23, Zinn;   March  6,
Innegan's Ball; 9, Alice Sit by the
ire;  16, My Wife's Family.
This   list   Is,   of   course,   not   complete  and   will   he   added   to   In   the
next few weeks.
David W. Mills, Mrs. C H.
Loonhardt, Vancouver; II. C. Brice
and family, Lacrosse, Wis.
Colonial Alfred   Ericsson,   Belling-!
hiim; A. W. Cunningham, Soo. Out.;'
W. Hemming. England; M. II. D il ie,
Victoria.
Windsor���J,  W.   \ I lison,  Millside;'
W.   Pringle,   Squamish;   G.   A.   Chal-
wers, Becknish, Col.;  II. West, Langley;   II    D,   Nir!..-ui.   Elgin;   S.   Graham, Blaine;  C. S, r   riss, t. ingle:.
Depot���A.     McGulre,     Sumas;      C.
| Fierce, Vancouver;  .1. T.  Elliott, Vic-
t  ria;   W.   J.   Davis,   Sei ttle;     John
I Smith, Ebun e.
Cosmopolll :      r   Whlteley, 111 dne;
I J.   ,1.   McKay.   Millside;   C,   Han on,
TRAPP,
Secretarv.
Cordwood
For Sale
Nell      McDi ugall,     Van, ouv,
Hutche ion,  Pll    River;   A. J. An
Hall's Prairie
W.
Well-seasoned Pine Cord-
wood ; could deliver on scow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
Hammond.
Robert Hawthorne Accused.
Ar   11   o'i loi ���    oon   Ro i . i
Hawthorne ��111 answi ' efoi ��� Via
: rate Pltten li Igh 01 the i irge ol
starting the bush fire vhi n ent-
ly swepl over I hi Bl ie Mountai di ������
trict and occa I ne ���-,. I lei e loss
of household properl nd i al labl -
limber. The ace ise ! Is i unning a
small logging cam i on the Blue
Mountain roa I and h id a '��� nki ,
engine and crew al work al the spol
where the flre originate I. A considerable number ol w Itn - - will be
��� 11 ��� l,
MOREY'S
China Department
Is filling' up.    Come and see the lovely
TEA SETS,
DINNERWARE,
GLASSWARE, Etc.
 AT	
MOREY'S Colnmbi��St-
DIED.
.At her father's   residence,   Agnes
street,    August   13,   Mary,    yur.au. 9
daughter of D. Murchie.
The   funeral   will   take   place
the family residence this after 0
2:30 p, m.   The service wlll '
meter!    >  lhe Ri      \. E, V 1
S. G. TIDY,
 FLORIST
Mackenzie   at   Cnlgary.
Calgary,  Aug.    15.���William    Mac-
I 1 nzle,   presl [the     Canadian
North ira,   confi   red   n ith   the   boai d
���; .1 le   mil   t      co mcll   3 esterday
real I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
here.   H  I he fur-
Telephone A184  or address 4th Avenue and 10th Street.
Things Happen In
The Night
And the only way to keep posted is read the
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AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
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ROLLS THAT ARE LIGHT!
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Gold Filling .
Plalina Filling
Silver Filling .
$1.00
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Gold Crowns .... $5.00
Bridge Work {*&) $5.00
Set of Teeth   .   . . $5.00
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Hou i 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remember the Place
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Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of   British  Columbia.
Si a ������ I tendei a    Idi  I to thi   of-
fici       the Coi    lissionei
Lands,   D    enl   of   thi    Inti
ed on 'li" ��� :i. elopi     render I
lm   Timber  B< rth   N      195,"   .-. II  1.
���   ��� Ive 1   .ii   this    Departmi nt     n i
noon on V\ ��� In    lay, tlie 12th ol
Si   T .;   for a license to cut
tin   er on   Berth   No.   495,  situate  in
thi   i': -. in " of  Bi itish Columbia
Silvi : River In . I   ut T< wnships 3 an
4, Ranges 25 an 1 26, W< st of the Gth
Mi ;. Iii :i. .- :. ; rif lng I wo  I locks, de-
���    ibed as foil ws:
Bl '-., i. Commen ling al a poinl on
said rh ��� -i ' South* boun lary
"f Tii ��� Berth IS9, b< Ing ab ��� il I
1-2 miles ip said River from its
mouth; thence up said River 4
I-. miles in direct distance with a
de] th of ��� i chain n the Ei stei ly
-i.l" an 1 70 ��� bains on the Weste'rlj
sidi then if, i asured al Igl ugles
to rl." geni ral beai lng i : the i iver
within   ' lock.
Bio      :     Commen ring   at a
on   said rivi        ou-l   1;i    chains
���.   ��� South iund
Ol    BI -T    ! ;    !::��� ::    i    ip   Stn am   4    1-^
uiili       .       'ct .dis    ace with a d< | th
T " ::..    -, ' be      sti       -   e and
70 chi ins on thi     .-���    ��� le there
of,  measured i I   ��� ght   angh s to thi
g( ni   ,      " ai ing     :   rivei    aIthin   the
block.    The  whi le ��� ��� ntains  an
ol  8,640 t res, n   re or less.
The - n v< :���' is to e ma le within
one year ol receipl oi te idi rs.
The regulations un ler which a
license ��������� 111 be Issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Departmenl or at the
office of the Crown Timbei Agenl
;it  Ni iv Westn insti ���    B. C.
Each tendei  i   ist be   .-< om) i n:< &
by   :in   :������ ��� pti 1   cheq ie   ��� n   a   cl ai t-
' si r< ii bank in favoi    I the Deputj
tha  Minister (it  the  Interior, for the
j ano ml i I I be bonus which the a] pli-
j cant if prepare I to ] ay for a licene .
No tender I y tel< gi aph will be en
ti   '  Ined
PERLEY  Q.   KEYES,
S( iretary.
l ������        mi nl  of ih    Intel lor,
Ottawa, July 27th, ram"..
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AND ENGINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKluut; and
STRUCTURAL IRON    w UKK.
Ornamental   Iron   W'orK,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire fcisci p< -, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In
vited.
JOHN REID,
CONSTABLES BREAK
DAMS OF CHINAMEN
DYNAMITE EXPLODES
UNDER MURRAY'S HOME
BEG3IE S'lKLbl.
New Westminster.
P.  U.  47
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   MCKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones [tc.
Write for prices.
New Westminster. B. C.
NOTICE.
Steamboat Inspection Service.
' h mi  .   ii n i     t] ���' candidates
��� ! fo   the position of
ii -��� ���      r oi   Hull  an I   Equipment of
eai    oats  w ill  take  place    at    the
Ste: t Ins pector'n I iffli e, Victoria,
A C, - :i August 22nd, 1906.
F. GOURDEAU,
Di - .'..   Minister    of    Mai Ine    and
Fisheries.
NOTICT
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
iftei date 1 intend to make applica-
tii ti ��� ��� the Honorable the Chiel Commission! r i'.' Lands and Works, for
special Licence to cut and carry away
timber from the following described
lands, situated East of the bead of
Pitt Lake, N. W. District: Commencing at a stake planted on the North
East corner of the E. O. Patterson
old claim No. 1093, thence Northerly
80 chains, thi ace Wesl so chains,
thenci South 80 chains, thence E Bi
Mi chains to point of commencement
Stake l   August 13th,  1906.
JAMES  SHARPE
New Westminster, B, C.
Misuse   cf   Streams  and   Filthy   Properties Are Discovered By
Provincial   Police.
5outl     .      ouve     Cl  namen     who
?e  1 ������ i     msti icting    dams    and
��� -   foi   the   retention  of the  wa-
rtain streams in South Van-
'  ivei.   jusl    'iii-,   side   of   Fairview
have been given Mime straight pointer s  bj   Munici] al   Constable  Winters
on   the  eider   of   Governmenl   Agent
C.  C.  Fisher.    Complaints had  come
tn  Mr.  Fisher that  the Chinamen  in
questi   . hi I  been constructing dams
and   diverting  the  course  of  a   little
trtream   in   thait   direction   and   had
o .    olizi 1   all   its   waters     withi tit
| having  received  any  governmenl   per-
1 -   so.     Mr.   Fisher   set   the
machinery  of the  law  at   work  and
' ad ���; '��� n alter looked into.   The cj a-
-��� :   e re   irted having found the wati :      mopolized as reported and   the
Chinamen's  places  in  a   filthy    condition.
There  -.vere  five  piggeries,  and  the
lams ran through them carrying the
tilth  to  their  gardens  where  it   was
ale 1 up I ir mulching purposes, and
-.���..-     les '.i be sold on the Van-
co iver markets were in a  most   lux-
irianl       adition.     The    water    wa -
.- . ������ i  an I  alive  with vermin and in
i  al  . la ���- the vegetables were wash-
e i  bei : e b< Ing  placed on sale. Provincial   Constable   Smith   was   called
i    .  --   . 1 '     ni  the  two con; tables
together    amidst   greal    pow-wowing
��� ' I iwn the dams and released
che imprisoned waters. The Celestials were told thai If they repeated
the offence they would lie taken before the magistrate,
Attempt   is   Made   By   Unknown   Person   to   Annihilate   Port
l\*oody  Family.
Modus   Vivendi.
St.    John's,  N.  F.. Aug.    15.���The
Newfoundland   and   Canadian   governments are now  negotiating a  modus
I vivendi respecting the Labrador boundary which will enable the lumbering
interests operating on Hamilton Inlel
j to  continue   working,   pending  a   set-
'.. - .  i-     |e In .'!mr    the    territory    In-
.1,:ve1 in the dispute, reci.ni develop-
. ���:���    of which have tended to alarm
��� .lists contemplating mining an 1
Dther   Investments  in   the   region   af-
.���   led.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   i^th,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS^TTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone 12. New Westminster.
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Plug  Chewing
T(o b a c]c o
10c per cut
Imperial   Assent.
st:    lohn's,    Nfld.,   Aug.    '15,   The
.-1  ai   the lasi   Bes lon
.    .   ��� ire   i  quiring  all  ("hire se   ��� i. ��� ��� Ing   the   colony   to   | a     n
head  tax    I   ���' I a- h  has heen  par
U .   colonl I cabinet,   The
e   Imi "Till  ministry was
secured    ��� I    the  step  was  taken,
The pn m comes just In time,
: Id, to prevent a scheme for
���;.. Importation of five hundred cooliej
Into the
Nanaimo Miner Killed.
Nanaimo. 1!. ('.. Aug. 15, A shot
lighter named .lames Tunsiall, employed ai the local colliery, was in-
siantl.v killed this afternoon, a shot
had keen fired and Tunstall was inak-
Vig the official examination when a
huge piece of rock came down from
the roof, striking him on the head.
11 ishlng the skull in a horrible manner.     He   was   about   -fit   years   old.
Reduction of Force.
Ottawa,    August    16,���Comptroller
White, head of the  Royal  Northwest
i mte I  police, goes to Yukon  next
week,    lie will  reduce the force Ihete
from a hundred and eighty to a bun
: died and thirty.
Per-    M ,o I      v. as   the   scene   of   an
n nirro last Tu�� day night, whereby
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Murray narrowly
��� aped death. Their bouse was parti il;. wrecked and the furniture con-
si lerably damaged. Some miscreant
placed a charge of explosive under the
house, and attaching a fuse, set fire
to it and vanished. Mr, and Mrs.
Murray vere sleeping in a loom almosl directlj abi ve the place where
the charge had been placed, and noticing that the place was filling with
- noke, Mr. Murray proceeded to in-
estigate. Not finding anything
wrong insi I" he house he was dressing, before going outside to investigate,  when  ihe explosion occurred.
The floor of Ilie room was forced
upward by the force of the explosion,
tbe pictures on the wall were torn
down and dashed to the floor, the bed
broken down, a lighted lamp burled
againsl the ceiling, and every movable article thrown from its place.
Mi. Murray suffered some slighl injury to his foot, but beyond thai
iped unhurt. Mrs. Murray was nol
hurt, but is in a serious condition
i . re :!' i the severe shock e>:-
uce 1.
The provincial police were notified
yesterday morning, and Provincial
Constable Wilkie was sent out to
Investigate, All thai remains of the
explosive that caused the damage is
a burn; ftlse, and it is impossible
���'. say what explosive was used,
though it. was probably giant blast'
lng powder. After making enquire
around Port Moody during the dry.
Mr. Wilkie returned last night. Op
to the present there is no one undei
suspicion of being connected with the
dastardly act, but the police are con
fident lhal they will secure the
f lilty party before many days.
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Peace   River  Crops.
Athabasca Landing (via Edmonton),
Aug.   15.   -Mail   from   Peace   River  an I
Lesser Slave lake arrived here yesterday and reports thai wheat-cutting
menced al i'i a< e i iver on July 28,
and thai neai l ��� all the crops in the
district were ripe. The weather being
all thai could i e leslred, tlie settlers
.,  . it   through   harvest
Ing,
Water  In    lie Litl li   Slave  river is
si iii   ver ilC iptaln   Barber
will not be i -   Lesser Slave
. ar uulei a I ie water rlsi s,
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Mexican  Strike  Ended.
New York, Aug. 15.- II. Clay
pierce, chairman of the board of directors ol' the Mexican Central Railway company, t< day received the following teleg raphic advice from A. A
Robinson, presldenl of the Mexican
Central Railway company, now in
Mexico; "Strike of mechanics on the
Mexican Central has come to an end,
through the advice of the president..
General Diaz to the strikers."        ^-
Toronto   Riflemen   Win.
Ottawa, Aug. 15.- In the Canadian
Rifle league scores tor the yeai-, participated in by city corps, the 10th
Toronto won with 3848; the sixth.
Vancouver, w is fourth with 3635, and
ii i Becond ti il tn won ITlh place; third
team, 20th and tenUeth 'cam twenty-
fifth, The Indivl Iuai champion was
Sergt, Simpson, Toronto, with 401.
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'��. 1905.
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throw duly constituted authorities
who betray their trust. The way so
stimulate patriotism is not by waving flags, bestowing tariff favors, nor
yel by gifinting public moneys to a
few individuals who want aid in their
shipbuilding or Bhipowning enter-
in ises. It is by making the conditions
of life easy and free and fair. Unless
this is done, the country may lose,
as did Germany in 1S49, some of its
I.est men, whose devotion to their
ideals of liberty forbade them to remain.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1906.
PATRIOTISM.
An American writer, discussing the,
question   of   the   teaching  of  patriotism���what   should and  should not be
done  lo  ensure  that  the  rising generation   shall   imblde  the  true  spirit
of the patriot, real love of country���
naturally  gives his idea as  to what
real   patriotism   is.    The   spirit  that
seeks   the   best   and   highest   for  thei
native  land;   choosing  rather  that it;
should  be  right and just  and noble
than that  it   should be rich or pow-'
erful���that is his ideal.
The concluding paragraph of the
article thus summarizes his argument :
The truth is, in our opinion, that
love of country cannot be taught.
Mere readiness to go to war is a
survival of savages^, not patriotism,
and should be discouraged rather than
encouraged;   it will always lie   with
FUN FOR THEIR MONEY.
There has been recently some
newspaper discussion���anil we understand some official correspondence
also���on the subject of sport, hunting
and fishing, as a provincial asset.
There are plenty of people in the
world, particularly the Anglo-Saxon
world, who have more time and money
on iheir hands than is altogether good
foi them, and who are minded to expend a fair share of both these commodities in providing themselves
with opportunities for the enjoyment
of whatever happens lo be their favor-
in pursuit, It was a Frenchman, we
believe, who said that when a Briton
desired amusement his prescription
was, "Lei's go out and kill something." Be that as it may, it is certainly true that the average Britisher
Will cheerfuly endure toll, put up
witli hardship, face danger, and
spend money, if he has it, in order
to get a chance to "kill .something"
with rod or gun. Yet it is no mere
last of slaughter; neither is it. a development of the commercial inst inc.
Your sportsman wants conditions
which call out bis energies and tax
his skill, and he wants a victim that
fights  I'or its life.
But for the Province, the coming
here of wealthy sportsmen is a com-
njerclal proposition, These men spend
money liberally when here, and they
advertise the Province and make its
name and resources familiar among
the people of the older countries. It
was said just now that love of
sport      was     not      a     development
olher   animal   passions   too   near  the I of   the   commercial   instinct,   but   in
surface. Give men justice, freedom,
and equal treatment before the laws,;
and you increase a hundredfold their
natural love for their land and kin.
To stimulate this by hot-house methods is to make patriotism artificial
aud false; lo stifle the noble kind
of love of country now exemplified
i.t   Russia���the   readiness     to    ovef-
the Anglo-Saxon the commercial instinct is active, and the returned
sportsman's tales fall upon ears which
are quick to note any hint of an
opening for profitable investment. It
is unfortunately too true that our governments in the past (and in the
present, for that matter) have been
unwisely  lavish  in  granting    conces
sions unguarded by proper conditions,
and by these concessions the progress
of the country has been and is retarded: but there are abundant opportunities still untouched���unthought of
even���in this "glorious Province," and
the wealthy sportsman, paying his
own way with a liberal hand, penetrating wherever good fishing and shooting are to be had, has a distinct
commercial value both as an explorer
and as an advertiser.
It will pay, therefore, to cultivate
him to a reasonable extent, both by
letting him know what the Province
has to offer, and by enforcing such
proper regulations as will make it
reasonably certain that, when h��
comes here, he shall "have his fun
lor his money."
There are a number of estimable
people in the country who have no
use for this kind of talk. They are
apt to sneer at it as pandering
to the whims of the plutocrats. But
that is not at all the point of view
from which the matter is here discussed It is simply a cold-blooded commercial proposition. British Columbia needs men and money, and .c
needs men with money. Those things
In the Province which will attract
to lis shores men of wealth and influence are, therefore, well worth
I reserving as valuable assets.
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We had occasion to call one of the
piovincial papers to account the other
day for insinuating pretty broadly
thai the policy of the leader of the
Liberal party in Canada was annexation to the United States. The view
which we expressed at tbe time was
thai the whole trend of policy in
Canada���the logical result, of the
growth of its national life���was to
turn public sentiment away from and
nol towards, annexation. In a recent
number of the leading paper of Canada, which happens also to be a leading exponent of Liberalism, we find
this paragraph bearing on the subject:
"Sir Charles Tupper ..rill writes virile
notes to the press against Mr. Carnegie's views as to the destiny of the
British-speaking people. If anyone
looks for a coalescence of Britishers
and Yankees we must regard his optimism or his imagination as superb.
It is quite as absurd to expect that I
this enormous country, Canada, will
merge into the United States. People may talk ahout "race," "language," !
and "great currents of influence." The
fact of the matter, however, is that
they   are   all   as   nothing     compared
Hug. 16 In fiistory.
1777���Battk' p>f n.'nriinsrton, Vt.
17SM ��� Merle d'Aubltfne, historian of tha
reformation, was born near Geneva;
died there li<Tl.
1815���Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, American statesman, died In Charleston;
born 171'i.
1851���Lopez, the lirst great Cuban leader,
captun .1 and executed. Lopez was a
native of Venezuela and after whining
high rank In the armies of Spain became a Cuban patriot.
1882���Senator Benjamin Harvey Hill died
at Atlanta; born I'vSO. Hill was a
member of the Confederate senate and
afterward of the United States senate.
1895���Gen.Tai Samuel Hell Maxey, a Confederate veteran anil former senator
from Texas, died at Eureka Springs,
Ark.
1899��� Professor Robert Wllhelm Everhard
Bunaen, distinguished German chemist, died at Heidelberg; born 1811.
1903 ���Noah Brooks, well known author,
died at Pasadena, Cat; born 1S30.
W. R. Gille\A
'Pnone 1-2-2.
J. R. Gniey, 'pn
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GILLEY BROS.
Ueaters in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and        I
Crushed Rock. j
Also agents B. C. f ottery C o. sewer pipe, etc.   " :, J
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co. ��
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-b
with the impressions stamped on the
mind in childhood. Here the child Is
made a Canadian, and in the United
States an American. It will take a
good many influences to wipe that out
of the tendencies of the two countries."
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Grand  Time  in  Halifax.
Halifax, Aug. 16,���Fine and cool
weather continues to favor Ihe visiting delegates to the meeting of the
union of Canadian municipalities now
ln session here. At this morning's
meeting City Engineer Doane of
Halifax delivered an addresp on
"Municipal Central Power Station."
Other addresses were: "Water Filter-
ation" by F. L. Fellowes, C. B., West
Mount, Que.; "Poles, wires and conduits in Toronto," by Mayor Coates-
worth of Toronto; "Franchise troubles" by Alderman L. A. Lapointe,
.Montreal.
At noon the delegates were photographed in a group in front of the
city hall. This afternoon the visitors
enjoyed an excursion on the harbor
on board the Dominion steamer Aberdeen. They will visit. Bedford
Basin and take a trip out to sea. They
will have supper on board and tonight will witness an illuminated boat
parade and attend a concert on the
Northwest Arm.
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Attacks Little Girls.
Winnipeg, Aug. 15,���Two little girls
were attacked by a man named Stokes
on the outskirts of the city tonight
and he made indecent proposals to
them. They escaped and notified the
police. Stokes was arrested shortly
afterwards.
PA'S DEFINITION.
Earlier   "Say, pa, what is meant by a strict sense of justice?"
Father:    "It is a term a  man applies to his actions when he devotes all his
time to getting even with some one against whom he imagines he has a grudge."
ALWAYS WITH US-THE CHINESE TROUBLE.
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Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 906
First Prize $50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchi.se. 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 number
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.
Reichenbach  Co.,  Ltd
Columbia Street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
New Westminster
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RSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1906.
THE DAILS  NEWS
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THE CASM STORE
TME NEW
FALL COATS
I' . which a number of our customers have asked���are here. As
requested we herewith announce their arrival���this shipment is
the balance of our purchases for fall���ani includes
RAINCOATS
in Cravanette, Covert and Tweed,
hi light and dark shades���for ladies and children���all sizes from
���dx years up. Particulars will appear in this and other papers from
time to time���meantime���if you are an admirer of the choicest to
be had���now is the best chance you'll have lo see them���step in
ene of these days and take a look.
WE CAN'T SELL
.in antidote for dry smoky weather���bul   we  can    recommend    a
plunge at. the  seaside���and  sell you- &e aflcaiwy towels.
White Turkish,   Brown Turkish,   lie ,i   Linen   Turkish    and    the
famous "Christie's"���linen  Turkish made if. Manchester, England.
White Turkish  Towels,  with   ri I I  ��� -    i      >rown   with   :'"<!   and
een;  medium  size,  per pair,
25 cents
V, bit.- Turkish, with red borders and  brown with white   and    red
.���s;  larger size, per pair, better weight,
35 cents
p       white Turkish���white with   red   or   brown���with    white     and
green stripes; large size and quite hea\ -air,
50 cents
Rial  linen  Turkish  Towels,   in brown���jusl   tlie thing  ro warm you
after a plunge; good large sizes;  each,
75c, 50c and 40 cents
Real linen Turkish Towels, In white tie's"���large   sizes;   good
tali ties;   each,
85c and 75 cents
I.i.lies' White and Cream Cotton  Vests,   wdth  half  sleeves  and no
:��� eves,
12 1-2 cepts
Still we're clearing out the summer goods���down go the prices;
we're giving values every day now���that should be appreciated���
prices on many things are down to -' rices on other things
are below cost���but. we don't always tell people so���anyway they're
': irgalns,
Ae Hose for ladles and mis es -bl   ���' -8 1-2, 'J and  9  1-2, for-
15c pair, now pair,
10 cents
:. i.lies'   Black   and  Tan   Cotton Hose,    with   prettily   embroidered
front*���ln  white,  blue,  yellow.   ,   :ik  aril   rei;   now   rntr,
25 cents
es1 Black Cotton Hose, full fashioned and seamless, Hermsdort
e  with natural  wool or  uierin i   wles,     ���     ��� '      :;:"'. now pair,
/ 25 cents
ese Corde 1   Wash Silks, pink an
. 35c for,
Ue,    20    llHT.e-
20 cents
Japanese Silks, in pongee color,   with   em  rofderi I   dots,   boc,   for,
35 cents
Suromei  Blouses. going now ai clearam ��� prices, th :���'-   lardli space
to describe them accurately,  bul   they're  of  whiti   lawn  nnd
indy, Hghl colored percale and  chanibra:     and    black    lawn���
ri:.lily trimmed  with  Insertion Ince and   tucks:   $1.25  for  75c, $1.75
and $2,00 tor $1.25, $2.75 for $1.95, $3.50 i'or $2.45.
T. H. Smi
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
Come In and see our assortment of the famous
Eaton-Hurlbut
Stationery
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v .   \      r .ei  m
which arrived a short time ago.       'm       i ,\    ,._, '
it is sweii. (:~::\'
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U. MACKAY & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
Fhone 157.
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DIAMONDS!
\ DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest Stock  in the City.
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Local News Briefly Told!
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^l*Vlt^-ij< .A' Mounted    In   any   Style    you   Desire
\s^e/t\:E; .-
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberhn
MBl^M fhe Jeweler,     ���     Columbia St.
The new government patrol boati
Petrel came into port yesterday af-!
ternoon.
A tS inch donkey engine complete
Is under construction at the Vulcan;
boiler works.
The Brunette came in last evening
with a good sized boom of logs for
<the Brunette mills.
There will be a meeting of the
local carpenters union in the Oddfellows'  hall  this  evening.
W.  H.  Gardner,  C.   P.  R.  general1
freight agent is enjoying a few weeks
holidays  touring the  sound cities.
The crew of the  government snag
boat  Samson   is  engaged   in  repainting the buildings on the government
��� wharf.
The    steam  tug  Robert    Dunsmuh';
came  ln   from   tbe   Serpentine    river
yesterday with a large boom of logs
toi   ihe Fraser River mills.
John Florence, a half breel, who
was charged in the police court yes-
'.-���'-. morning with having been,
d: ink and Incapable the previous
night, was fined the usual $-.">'>' and
Cl sts,
For having allowed himself I be
captured bj the police while in
. ssion ol a quantity of wtette
man's thirst quencher, an Indian was
fined $25 and i ists in the police
court yesterday  morning.
One dollar an I i ists each were
the fines Imposed yesterday morning
af the police court on three bicyclists
who transgressed the law by riding
their wheels on the sidewalk on
Tuesday afternoon. The fines were
p��d   in  all   cases.
C. S. V. Branch, general agest of'
the Sun Life Assurance company, was
summoned In the police court yesterday morning, charged with allowing
a nuisance on bis premises. At the
lequest of the defendant, tbe case
was adjourned, until today.
The : ineral of the lare Mary
���-.; - ��� :.;.. young >sl daughter of D.
Murchie. will take place this afternoon from the family residence, corner Sixth and Clarkson streets. The'
body will ire interred in the Oddfellows' cemetery, Sapperton.
The children of the Xew Westminster orphanage yesterday lefl Vancouver on board the steamer ('as-
,*iur on a visit to Herriott Bay.
They are the guests of the Union
Steamship company and will spend a
few days a* the bay camping.
Professor Taylor, one of Brandon's
Instrumental teachers and organists
of one of the city churches, was in
the city yesterday accompanied by
his bride. Professor and Mrs. Taylor I
are spending their honeymoon In,
touring the coast, cities.
Capt, Drown came Into porl yesterday afternoon with his schooner the
Allien which was stolen from him
about a month ago and only located
after much wearj searching. He has'.
'teen fishing in the gulf and just took
,i  run Into the city  on  business.
The two year Old sou of Captain
John   Davidson,    (of   the    Salvation
.. -    lied ye tei : ���    ti orning at the
esidence Is -"���     Princess
-,.   ���      The  bod     '.i'i   be    Inte re
��� :���. -iio'i ii al  Sa    ���     m, D. Mur-
.   ' aving charge of the funeral ar-
: angements.
The   Ellard -    to bi   consld-
, ;,:,-,��� i nl irged, and extended back
Li clarkson street, The addition will
give more Bpace to C. A. Welsh and
il. I. DeBeck, Drs, Walker and
Kenn,   Wlll   alSO   be   provided   wiih   a
,...-,,. mite of offices with an entrance from Clarkson street,
The meml ers of tbe senior lacr< sse
teams who are to plaj at Qu*-n's
on Saturda} after n are put-
ling in all their p ire time handling
Lhe sti il -. and' as both teams expeel
t0 be In fine form, a dose g ime la
anticipated. The game will siart al
shai i
Th [ulpme'nt   of  the  Royal  Cltj
mills Is to be add. .', to by the erec-
- an Incinerator which is to
e placed al a poinl east of the l.ui.i
laland bridge. In the past the Ba*
lu, i ttn i other waste has bei n u.-ei
r, , roa I building .pound the mill. II
will now be bi ed and much laboi
wlll  thus be savi i.
One of the local cannerj men gave
the Information yesterday thai the
recent meat (".inning exposures which
had agitated the press ot both con-|
tlnents was having a most serious
iffect on tlio salmon canning Industry
The sale of the salmon cannery pro
ducts had fallen off to an alarmlnj
extent and the high price of sockeyes
Indicated that a number of the earners would close the season Berious-,
lv  in the  hole. |
The death of an old pioneer. Joseph
i Bush Edwards, Yale road, occurred
yesterday morning at residence of
', Thompson, a neighbor with whom
.; Edwards was living while bis
. ,. ,.  was  being  rebuilt,  it   having
,,,,,;,  desl roved  b;.   lire .">��<��   ���'  m'm"'
,      ,.    The deceased was a native of
0,-shire,  England, and  hud  taken
part in the Crimean war. He was 77
years of age, and leaves a widow to
mourn  his  los.-,.
Businss  for   Magistrate.
A   lengthy  docket   of  transgressors
against   the   laws   of   the   land   will
parade  before  the  no' ce  magistrate
this   morning.    Chief   P:lly   and    his
U ootch   Mary,   from   ��outh   Westmin-
Aer, and Peter, one of Billy's braves,
will  be  charged   wit"    having    been
found in a state of 'iioxication;  one I
half   breed,   Billy   Florence,  will   an-,
=wer   to   a   charge   of   having   been
diunk and disorderly.   Another Indian,
by    name Joseph, will be called up-1
on   to  show    cause    why    sentence
should not he passed upon him fori
having   liquor     in     his     possession;
v hile John  Elliott, and  Boh Gooding,
two white men, will parade and make j
the usual excuse.- for having indulged
too freely in bad booze.    An applica- j
t on  will  be  made  to  placa Gooding
under  the  D.'". a'a id's  Protection  act.
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New Minister Declares Himself.
St.   Petersburg.     Aug .   15.���Prince
Vassiliehikoff,   the   new   minister   of
agriculture, In a speech to his subordinates, on assuming office today.
declared thai the agrarian problem
must be solved on the basis of the
inviolability of properly. He re-affirmed the intention of the government to satisfy as far as possible the
land hunger of the peasantry, by the;
distribution of crown lands, and the
land of private owners who are willing to sell, and expressed the firm
conviction that the future of the
agi (cultural prosperity, of the country
depended on the maintenance of farming on a large scale by the side of:
farms of moderate and small extent.
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U. S. Government Buys Silver.
Washington,   D.   C,   Aug.   13���Pursuant   to   the   announcement   of   the;
secretary of the United States treasury,   that   he  desired  to  receive   ten-'
ders  of  silver,  today   four   bids  were
made   to  Director   Roberts    of    the'
mint    After examination  ii   was  announced   that   the   government     had
purchased   fifty   thousand   ounces   Of
silver  .D99  fine  at  (Jti.ti2    cents    per
ounce.    It   is not the custom of the,
treasury to announce the name of the
successful tenderer.
20 Per Cent  Discount
Makes a Big Saving When Buying Furniture
For instance:
$1.50 good values Iron Bed for    $3.60
Elegant Solid Oak Rocker, cobbler seat, bargain at $3.50, for...$2.80
Parlor Furniture Is equally low in price. We have a splendid line
ot Upholstered Goods and are sure to please you. It will pay you
to see our line. These special prices will not last long, so purchase now for cash and save something.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
Dupont Block.
Telephone 73.
I Reduced Prices!
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Ladies' Blouses and
Shirtwaist Suits
The  White House
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Sale of Shirts
Our regular good
values ��� $1.25, $1.50
and $2.00���to clear the
Nizam is Dead.
Bombay, Aug. 15.���The Xizam of
Navanagar is dead. Ue left no heirs.
Prince Ranjltslnhjl, the celebrated lull.in cricketer, champion batsman of
All-England in 1900, was the adopted
son of the Nizam's father, and formerly In the succession, but he "was
passed over. Owing to the absence
of heirs, there is a strong chance ol
Prince Ranjltslnhjl succeeding to the
throne.
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Sizes 141 to 17
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
CLOTHIER
Serious   Charge.
Frank,  Alta,  Aug.   15.���Fred   Irwin,
h ia   been  committed  tor trial on  a
i harge of criminal assault  on a girl
:   sixteen.
MUSIC   STUDIO  OPENED.
The   Dominion   Music   Company   Has
Opened a Studio in the Holmes
Block.
We have competenl teachers tor
advanced studies with violin, piano,
voice, tlute, cello, Btrlng, bass, mandolin, guitar and banjo.
Our school system is heartily endorsed by mustokns, teachers and
'.Tier.- of Instruments. We Invite
.our enquiry and Investigation,
Parent - are made welcome at time
of children's studies. Pupils range in
age from S '���<> 15 rears. We teach
from  the  mosl   reliable   works.
\ line display of Instruments given
with tuition la to be seen In Cum-
mlng's store on Columbia Btreel
How nicely ani easily a Cake can be iced wiih
Cowan's
Cake Icing
Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple  and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
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COMMENCING MONDAY, AUG. 20
CLOSING   SATURDAY,   25th
Balloon Ascension and Parachute Jump every day,  and many other free
acts.   Dancing every day and night and a big continuous Vaudeville Performance
One Whole Week of Fun.   Baseball and  Other Sports
EXCURSION   RATES FROM ALL POINTS
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 16
1906.
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When the Power
Stopped
"By JVetfic  TSijcon
Oopyright,  1808,  i-y   Homer Spri*ne
Edna came oul of the woods, Lor
arms filled with flowers. It bad i��- a
her lirst visit that spring, and us spe,
made her way to tbe road ami stationed
herself beside tbe trolley tracks she
thought of the difference hist year,
when they had tt) drive out from tpwn
and the only sign of the trolley waa u
group of men with funny looking Instruments working along the road.
It was delightful to feel that those
long yellow ears brought town and
country luto such close union, and she
peered down lhe track for the first sign
of the approaching car.
She bud understood thnt they ran
every ten minutes, but after awhile she
grew tired and sat on a rock by the
roadway. It must be the very rock,
she reflected, on which she and Jack
had sat while tbey were waiting for
tbe wagon to come along.
That had been a year ago. Things
Had changed since then. There had
beeu a little misunderstanding, ami
Jack had left town for the west to
forget.
Perhaps if be were here Bhe might
���well, somehow the arbutus and the
woods seemed to put things in a different light.    She had  been  a   little
mean   to   Jack   .Masters.     It   was   t!
first time rhe hud admitted il. even t i
herself.    If only Jack knew:
So engrossed did she i me  with
her thoughts thai it was fully half ail
hour before she realized that In all
that time nol n single ear had |
ln ,. ���' Pr dire rtlon. She glanced Impatiently nil the track. It was not pleas
ant to hi' alone on n country road with
the ghost of the dead past. All the
wishing In the world would not bring
Jack back.
A  lun ring wagon creaked  along.
nnd the driver reined his horses In before ber.
"Wailing for the trolley';" lie shouted.   Ednn nodded.
"Likely to have a long wait." he
Chuckled. "The power house is burning down. Guess they'll lie running
again   in   about   six   weeks.     Clang:"
JACK SI'KANO TO Till'. GROUND ANli OATJOHI
HSU IN Ills AIiMS.
And tbe tired horses resinned their jog
wilh the driver still chuckling over the
Joke.
Por a mouienl Edna's heart sank. It
was getting well along In the afiernoon. M-.e had had 0 lung day 111 the
woods, aud now she had to face a ten
mile walk lo town unless some one
entue along who would give her a lift,
In spile of the memories thTit i-lus
tered about the Bpol she decided that
she would remain and wait for something to turn up.
Presently a grocery cart came rattling along, and Ednn hailed the driver. He refused ber proffer o�� money
and Bprung down to Iielp her to tbe
seat.     I'he sprig Of ur'uitus she pinned
in Ills buttouhole hus a greater rew rd
than in j fee sbi could give, nnd he
was Borry when a mile beyond u sec
nud wayfarer hailed bim, asking for a
ride,
As the man turned al tbe Bound of
the wheels Ednn gasped, she had
BUpposed .lack Masters to be out west
Bomewbere, yel here was he or bis
double standing i    the luiidily road.
"Un you mind?" asked the boy apologetically as he heard the anticipated
request, "There's room on th" seat
I'or Hire.'."
"Not at nil." said Edna, wondering
If her cheeks were as red as tbey felt.
The next moment Masters sprang to
the seat.
Kor the first time he seemed to real
he who the second occupant of the
wagon was. "Edna," be cried, "whnt
are you doing hen'?"
"I have been out after wild flowers."
title explained. "The day was ho tempting I could not stand the city."
"Did you go to the old place?" he
asked quietly,
"The arbutus Is thickest there," she
Bald, "I guess It was nbout tbe old
Mil,"
"I was out there day before yesterday," he Bald. "Somehow I felt that I
would like to go back to tbe ol��" place.
Yon remember that that was where-
where" -
"It Is not Decenary to be more spe-
llflc," paid Edna severely. "It is not
nice to rake up unpleasant memories."
The next moment she was penitent
and longed to tell him bow sorry she
was for all that bad occurred, but Jack
was looking oul over the fields now.
nnd be did not catch the glint of tears
In ber eyes.
lie was thinking of the promise she
had made him wl.ui they were gathering the arbutus together and how tbey
bad agreed in gather Hie arbutus the
next Bpring as husband and wife.
Somehow lhe memory of it bad
brought him hack from the cactus and
sagebrush of the western plains. He
had felt that he must come back���that
perhaps in the springtime she would
see things with clearer vision. lie had
hoped against hope on Ills long journey
across the continent, and now, at this
Unexpected meeting, she had snubbed
him.
lt wns several minutes before he
could command himself, but when be
turned to her again it was with an impassive face and some comment upon
the destruction of tbe power bouse.
Edna felt hurt. Why should she care
wheu be seemed to feel so little regret?
Her penitence vanished, nnd instead
there came an elfin desire to tease.
For a moment he seemed hurt at her
flippancy; then be rallied and met her
mood. Beneath bis smiles there lay a
bleeding heart, but be did nut show his
Imrt. and the Indifference roused Edna
to further flights until she was almost
insolent.
He b ire with ber pat:, ntly, hut when
al lasi the boy drew up at the outskirts
and ami mnced that In- bad to turn off
to bis store .lack sprung tu the ground
and caught her in his arms as she
sought to jump to the ground without
his assistance, dust for .-; moment they
shared the fragrance of the arbutus
that was crushed between them; thon
he released her with a sigh and f.-ll
Inlo step beside her.
��� i il i nol ueed your escort," she protested when it became apparent that
la- Intended to walk with h. r.
"You have io pass through a rather
tough quarter of the town before you
ri     h your home." he said quietly.    "1
at.i Borry to have to rorea my company
on you, but I intend to see you sal'Ay
bome."
Edna thrilled at the quiet authority
of the t uir. She hail been rather disappointed at the quiet way in which
lie had taken her raillery. This was
more like the old .lack, aud because it
evoked old memories it. made her resentful.
"I suppose you have come back home
because you were a failure out west?"
she said sharply. "Father said wbeu
you went thai yon would never make
a success on a ranch."
"(In the contrary, I have been remarkably successful," be said quietly.
They passed under the street lamp, and
she glanced at his we'i worn cl ithes,
"I am wearing an old suit for a reason,"  he said.    "Don't judge  by  that.
Shall 1 tell you why 1 came I: ime?"
"I  s'lppo.-e  i  cannoi   help myself,"
she mocked,
"Because   I   read   ihe   message   of
spring," lit- said; "because (lie dusty
cactus Bpoke of 'he pi.ik arbutus and
made me think of you; because I hoped
that the season might bring memories
lo you and make you more kind.
"I wenl nut to tlie wo ids the day I
arrived anil tu the place where we
plighted our troth, 1 was hoping, perhaps, you might come. It was lhe anniversary. I was th sre again yesterday ami today.   I am wearing an old
suit because it is the suit I wore then."
"I remember it," she crle I peuitent-
ly, "but I did not know tha: was the
reason why."
"We arc al y ir.r gate," I: ��� A '.. ���;'.'���)
a sudden change of tone. "I'urdou my
heroics." He lifted liis bat and turuetl
away. She waited a moment, then
called softly to bim. He turtle.! back.
looking into her face Inquh'lnglv.
"I'm glad the trolley bouse"'! urned
down," she said softly. "We coi:', 1 go
out tomorrow iu a buggy- if you care
to.   Perhaps it might happen"���
"Lightning never strikes twice \<i the
same place," he announced promptly.
"It bas happened already."
"I'm glad it bas," she said meekly.
"I shall always love arbutus."
"And me?" be demanded,
"And- you'." she said.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship^ and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates'^ promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
Berth No. 494," will be received at
this Department until noon on Wednesday, the 8th day of August, 1906,
for a license to cut timber on Berth
Xo. 494, comprising the West half of
Section 26, Township 5, Range 7,
West of the Tth Meridian, containing
an area of 303 acres more or less.
The survey of this berth is to be
made within one year of receipt of
tenders.
The regulations under whieh a license  will  be issued,    also    printed
And all the principal business centeos of [orms or tender and envelope, may be
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI-   obtainea :lt tnis Department or at the
GrM^TriWLk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Canadian
Pacific
Railway_ComP{lny
traing
1 tourist
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in   the  world  that   equal   in
equipment that of the  Chicago,  Mil- '���
waukee   &  St.   Paul   Railway.     They '
own  and operate their own  sleeping j
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
servke  not obtainable elsewhere.
H, S. ROWE. General Agent,
134 Third St., cor Alder. Portland, Or.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
If you are sending for your family
ot friends from the Old Coutnry you
wil] save money by buying tickets
here.
Next sailing Empress Britain from
Quebec Aug. 23; the speediest and
most elegant steamer. For rates and
other particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.  P.  R. AGENT.
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
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THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
ami LUXURY. It is lighted with
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world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
"jo Second Avenue, Seattle, Wa?h
offlce of the Crown Timber Agent at
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favor of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for the license.
No bender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior, Ottawa,
June 23, 1906.
Two   fast   transcontinental
with dining cars and th
and  first-class sleepers a
Atlantic Express leaves at 1-n
Imperial   Limited,  lea-,,;    at lT-ifj
��� 0  ..
Cheap Excursion to Toronto
and Return.        ^
Sept. 8,9, & 10  W.15
Good till Nov. 30th.
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westmlnstei
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger  Ae.hi
Vancouver. u      *cent'
Great Northern Ry,
Time Table  i
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. VV. & Y. RY
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Trains & Steamers
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
A Lincoln HcmltilN<M>nrr.
When in tin' summer uf 1804 the Lin-
coins went tu live in tho cottage near
the Soldiers' bome outside Washington
the presldenl was daily accompanied
on his drives in and trom the White
Souse hy his special mounted escort
uf tnii ohloans, There was serious
need fur such nn escort, fur marly wns
nut fnr away trom the city, but th''
dally Journey sometimes hml its play
iui side, "Thr Magazine uf American
History" quotes this reminiscence by
Lieutenant Ashmun nf the escort: "it
was in iln- early autumn nf that year
when one morning no our ride In to the
White House, 'Tud' Lincoln, who
alone wns riding with bis father, demanded iimt ti arrlage be stopped
nnd thnt 01 1' tl scorl slinnld climb
a wayside tree nml get bim some per-
|stmmons,  Mr. Lincoln acquiesced, nml
while the buy's  wish  wnft  lining gnili-
fled tin- presldenl turned to those nearest bim and remarked upon some plow-
ling doing near by nnd ended by saying: 'i hope to see tUe day when our
western prairies will be plowed by
steam, and l believe it win bo done. I
hnve always felt 11 great interest ln
thnt subject'"
X<i  Came   Tor   Aiulrly.
"I wish, Susnn." snid n fond mother
to her new nursemaid, "that you would
use a ihermometer to ascertain if the
water is the right temperature when
ynu give thr baby his bath."
"���Hi." replied Busan ch 'fully, "don't
you worry aboul thnt. i don't need
any thermometer, If the little'un turns
red tbe water is t ��> hot, If be turns
Mne It's too col I. and there you are."-
Philadelphia Lo Igor.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change wircout    notice.)
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
August 6th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
August 12th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
May 18th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
August 22nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
August 29th.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver dally at l p. n..
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m
on Wednesday and  Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
Tth, 19th and 20th of each month for
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria on 20th
of each month for Cape Seott and way
points Including Quatslno.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New   Westminster  on  Mon-
'day,  Tuesday,   Wednesday,  Thursday
nnd  Friday at 3  p,  in. and  Saturday
at 2 |>. in. with additional trip on Mun
I day at ,'i a. in.
Leaves Stevi ton Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. tn.; Friday at 6 a. in. additional
trip  Saturday 6  p.  in.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, S a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays,- calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd
and ICth of each month, oolllng at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure are  approximate.
For reservations and information
call or address
ED. GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Sunerfntendent, Victoria.
W. H. GARDINER.
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
C. P. R. MAIN LINE.
Le::ve  New Westminster 7.2". daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive New Westminster 10.30 daily.
Arrive New Westminster 19.10 dally.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.  N.  W.  9.15,  10.30,  19.10,  20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SFECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. m��� ar. N. W. 9.35.
p.m.
V., W.  &  Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and 9.35
Lv. Vancouver S.3.1 a.m.,
p.m.
and 4 p.m.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Colum-,
bia, may be homesteaded by any person who is ;he sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter Bectlon of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
whieh the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-
form the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans. :
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the require- j
ments as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming hind owned
by him in the vicinity of his home-
Stead, the requirements as to residence '
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing 'hould
be given to the Commissioner of Do-1
minion  Lands at Ottawa of intention j
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of  the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
Daily ' NEW
Leave| WESTMINSTER
9:20amfBlalne, Belling
4:
��� pm ham
Iton,
'non,
1-ltirlini;
Mt.   Ver
Evei etl
D
Beattle
Portland.
4::;r> pm Spol ai e,
|P;ml    and
points   Ei   '
9.20 am|Anacortes,
IWoolley,
IRockport.
3:00 pm Vancouver
9:55 pm
aid
St,
:   '
and
:
I
I
I
���  20  r. 1
i
i. - T :i.
l.v.    New    W<  tmin
Guichon 3:60 p, m.  v. Guicai n
6   p.   ui.,   Mnn laj.   Wedm
Friday.
A43 a. m. a'-, from GuichoD,
9: 30 a. in. l.v. for Van 0
Route of the Tamous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth. Chicago, Sl
Louis and all points East,
For complete Information
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, A C
G. N. P.���PORT GUICHON.
W.  9.20  a.m.;   ar.  Guichon
Lv.  N.
2.20 p.m.
l.v.  Guichon   2.40   p.m.;   ar.   N.   W
9.33 p.m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and S a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Tb., Sat., 7 a.m.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun.,
3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, >r> a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattlf, via Sumas.10 pm. 8.20 p.m.
Sap'n &. Millside..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10,00 p.m.   9.00a.m,
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. S.45 a.m. 8.30p.m.
Van. & Cent. Park... 10.30 a.m.    2 p.m,
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
East Burnaby 1.15   l.!0 p.m.
Steveston, etc  1.80 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.45 pm. 7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. P.. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby..3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Tlmberland, Tues.,
Friday  12.00 m.   12.00 m.
NOTICE    IO   CONTRACTORS
TENDERS FOR  RAILWAY TIES
New Westminster.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands In the Province
of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Timber and Mines Branch, Department of the Interior, and marked
on tho envelope "Tender for Timber
Sealed tenders addressed to tbe
undersigned, marked on the envelope
"Tender for Ties, 1906," will be received at the office of the Commis
sioners of the Transcontinental Ra '
way at Ottawa, until twelve o'clock
noon, of the 12th day ol .1 lly, 11)00,
for five hundred and thirty-five thou
sand (5:15,0110) Railway Ties in accordance with the specifications of
the Commissioners.
Sealed Tenders addressed u the
undersigned, marked on the envelope
"Tender for Ties, 1907," wid also be
received as above until twelve o'clock
noon, of the 4th day of September
19C6, for one million and ten thousand (1,010,000) Railway Ties, in accordance with the specifications of
the Commissioners.
Tenders must    be    made    on    tho j
forms supplied by the Commissione'- I
which, as well as tho    specification*, |
may he obtained    on    application    to'for CONRAD
Hugh D. Lumsden,   Chief   Engineer
Ottawa, (mt., to a. i-:.   Doueet,   ids
trict Engineer, Quebec, P. Q, or I'i
A. B, Hodgins, District iflnglneer,
Kenora, Ont,
Full information In regard to dellv
eries required is given ou form of
tender.
Bach tender must be signed and
sealed by all 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 r'ght Is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By Order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretnrv
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway,
Dated at Ottawa, June 26th. 1906
S. G. YKRKKS. A. G. I'. A..     j
Corner Second Avenue nnd Co- I
lunihia St.. Seattle,  Wash.       J
j Northern Pacific!
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates,
Quick Time. Excelli ni 3en  ���
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALI. POINTS LAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Tnp
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B, C,
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. A- (;-    A
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
CARCROSS, Mil-,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trail -   (j
Sunday)   carrying   pa   -
express    and    freighl    cot
���
I
Itagei at  C,ircro^y and  W '   '
maintaining a through win!
For information apply to
If.  ROGERS, Traffic   M ���'<
Vancouver.  1!
J.
t'
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. to.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. (o.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all  rail route  between
points east, west and south to ro
land, Nelson and Intermediate pom'
connecting at Spokane with the ui
Northern, Northern Pacific and    ���
& N. Co. .    ,   ���.
Connects at Rossland with tin   -*
adian  Pacific  Railway   for   B��u
Creek points.
Connects  at    Meyers    Fi
stage t'-tily for Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains
Spokane  and  Nelson. .
Effective    Sunday,   November
_   ��� a rrive
Day Train *"
... Spokane ���-��� 7'?'
...Rossland    1 "' :
...Nelson  W��*
H. A. JACKSON,
th
between
IOOI.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25 P-m.
9.40 a.m. jRSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1901
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barris-
tars and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
. . mhia Street, New Westminster.
C" j   wiMteside, H. L. Edmonds.
THE DAILY NEWS
M
Can
ing.
, t p. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor of the supreme court. Offices
'.',',.,   Hunk  of  Commerce  build-
1 TAKE A
l.tfla    ~
unihia street, opposite  post-
.  New Westminster.    Money to
TRIP
On the Famous
loan.
H
ARTIN WEART & McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Of-
. ' .ww Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
Jar Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 445 Gran,
!uie street J>seph Martin, K. C. j.
w  W'eait, W.  ti.  McQuarrie,  H.  A.
flees
"Oriental Limited"
Bourne.
Mr. Martin will  be In tha
Vestniinster offices every Friday af
ternoon
LOW   EXCURSION    RATES
TO ALL EASTERN   POINTS
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barrle-
ters solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
,W��Bt opposite Court House, New
Westminster.   J. H. Bowes, P. O. Box
241.	
GEORGE E- MARTIN, Barrister and
' Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New West-
minsiei. B- c<-	
SECRET   SOCIETIES
Tickets on Sale July 2,3, Aug. 7,8,9, Sept. 8,10
For particulars call  on  or address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
F. CRAKE,
S��*<N��������*�����* S^^S^WpsssWss^S^WsWO
Watchmaker and
Manufactoring Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with IU years experience. Later wa.s 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage. Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocei
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
Shingle and Saw Mill 1Merchant TaUor.
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
|3 held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at 8 o'clock p. m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to at-
ten,l.      Ur.  W.   A
Si-, retary.
Do Wolf  Smith,
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, scoten and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always tn stock
Spring  stock  now  In.    Make vour
selection.
KING SOLOMON LODGE. NO. 17, A.
jy & a, M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in each month in
Masonic Temple, at s p. in. Visiting brethren are cordially Invited
to attend.    D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
Machinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
, : _zr R[f0RM RESTAURANT
Carruthers   Manufacturing   Com'y. j    Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnnis.
Manufacturers of
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY, No.459
R, 1!. K. of L, meets second and
fourth Friday ot each month, at 8
p, in., in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and .lohn street. So
journlng Sir Knights cordially Invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;   E, B. Matthias, Reg.
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures ! E^s^Sim\^&S%^
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
! VANCOU C.
From 1 5c. up.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
���Meets in Orange hall first and
third Friday in each month at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend. E. B. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
I, 0. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum
bin street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cor
dlnlly invited to attend. S. .1. May
N. ti.;  W. C, Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3 I
���Meetings the first and third Tues
day in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend
Lodge room, A. 6. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street, C
S. Corrigan, recorder; Louis Witt
master workman,
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.-
P.-i Rose Degree meets Second and
F ii Wednesday of oach month,
ir. K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
rn., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place, Visiting Brethren
cordially invited. B. n. Stinch
combo, Pros., H. Disney, Secretary.
Bank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
CAPITAL (All paid up)...��14,UUU,HOO
RESERVE FUND JIU.UOO.UOO
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal, G.C.M.G....Hon President
Hon. Sir G. A. Drnmmond, President
K.  S.   Clouston,  Vice  President  and
General Manager.
General    banking    tmsiness   trans-
acted.
Branches in all tne principal cities |
In   Canada,   in   London,   Eng.,   New
V'orlv,   Chicago,  and   bt.   .lotiti,   Sl\&.,
iti'l correspondents in an parts ot tb6
world
Royal Bank
N   of Canada
L-a-dtal $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets %'66,'i7'4fi/ti.
Branches and correspondents In
all the principal cities of tne world.
General banking business transacted.
SAVINGS  DEHAKI MtNl,
$1 opens an account.   Interest added
half yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
Open   Saturday   nights   from   8   to   9
o'clock
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BKANCH
F. B. Lyle, Manager.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
Savings Bank Dept. J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
G.  O. Brvmncp-.  Manager,
Manufacturer of
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I.O.F.
M its the Fourih Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
bri liren are cordially invited to at-
tend. .1. B, Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808.
A. o. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge me held on the Second
md Fourth Tuesdays of each month
^ 5 p. in. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly Invited to aitend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
P. P. Maxwell, Sec.
Junk and Second-hand
Store
Highest prices paid for second-hand
goods,   junk,   bottles,   rubbers,   brass,
copper, old shoes and all metals; also
obi clothes, etc,   write or call.
S.  BROWN,
Front Stret, New Westminster.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. t13. Office, Eighth Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be pur-
, chased at $io per acre for soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
| than 320 acre? can be acquired by one
j individual or company. Royalty at
I the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
! pounds shall be collected on the gross
| output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock com-
i panlps holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free tinners certmcate 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, naving discovered
mineral in place, may locate �� 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, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
1 if a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least $100 must be expended on
THE  ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM  ,
perance meel   every Wednesday
HI   8   O'clock   p,   in.,   in   Oddfellows'
Hall,   Columbia    street.     Visiting
ren are cordially invited to at
tend,   .1. s. Bryson, S, C; J. McD.
' bell,   Sit.
r
^ ROYAL ,|,M
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
S0CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
camp, 191.���Meets on the First and
'''' ' Tne id ty of everj montb {n
| I p. Hall. John McNlven,
' i. .1. Forrester. Kee. See,
BOARD of TRADE.���New  Wesl min- |
" i ird of Trad" meets In the
I Room, City Hall, as follows: ;
���''      ; Wednesday of each month
Q'inrte.ly meetings on the second
Wednesday    of     February,    May
augusl and November, at 8 p. m. I
annual meetings   on   the   second
Wednesday    of     February.     New
Wetnbers   may   be   proposed   and
'lectod al anv monthly or quarterly
"leetlng.   A. E. Whlto, Sec.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia St.
���'������'" delivered    promptly to any
of the city.
t and Heavy Hauling
BOVRIL
Every ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
as required by the laws of Great Britain.
In the preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but the choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost
BOVRIL Is s specialty, not merely a bye-produet
of a peeking house like many meat extracts.
BOVRIL LIMITED
LONDON, England, and MONTREAL, Canada
���
i
Ma it   I'aone U7
CTAtotf
H=M
Jsaaw-iw6^^^ ���  ' A��.wOTBiKji*
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the .
locator 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 of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, al=o
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 2l/t per cent, of the sales
of the  products  of the  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and;
the N. VV. 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
and low water mark.    The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back !
j to the base  of the hill or bank, not
��� exceeding   iooo   feet.     Where   steam '
power  is  used  claims  200  feet wide ���
\ may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
I and the N. VV. T., excepting the Yu-
\ kon Territory���A free miner may ob-
tain only two leases of five miles each ;
for a term of twenty years, renewable 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- i
for first year and $to per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer 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 1
2000 feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims   are   marked   by   two   legal
I posts,  one   at  each end,  bearing notices.    Entry must be obtained within
j ten  days  if  tbe  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, 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 alternatk'e leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge 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 mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
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   bold   any
number  of  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   >_*eek,  gulch   or   river,   by i
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 j
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 notice! in the
Yukon   Official  Gazette.
Petroleum���All  unappropiated   Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
west Territories and within the Yukon 1
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve   for   an  individual   or  company
having machinery on the land to bei
prospected, an area of 1920 acres Tori
such   period   as  he  may  decide,   the
length of which shall not exceed three 1
times the breadth.    Should the pros-
pector discover oil  in  paying  quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding ( in
icrcs, including the oil well, will be
���old to the prospector at the rate ofj
St an acre, and the remainder of the
rart   reserved,   namely,   1280   acre
vill be si ild it tin- rate 1 '' A-' an acre
mbjeci t'   roy ilty ut such rate a   ma
Se sp  tified by t Irder in : ouncil.
W. VV, CORY.
Depti     -      Ite  Min uter of I
-  :
'   :-i   Interior.
Humor and Philosophy
By  DUNCAN  M.   SMITH
PERT   PARAGRAPHS.
Tbe game of progressive matrimony
ls not conducive to tha development of
character.
It would keep some people busy to
determine which Is their busy day.
In    these   de-
,        generate     days
rfjvR    matrimony   can
<Sj    frequently      be
obtained at bargain rates.
Right ought to
dominate might,
but might has
tbe drag.
The Job that goes hunting the man
with 11 big salary In its list is a dream.
Courting a flighty girl is about as
satisfactory 11s playing the races and
about as expensive.
Tbe Investigating period follows hard
upon tbs Investing period.
The age of romance varies from fourteen to twenty-five.
Nothing delights a pessimist so much
as a run ut' bad luck.
Ragtime takes the rag off the bush
with the populace,
Unless you were Solomon you would
aot need the wisdom of Solomon.
Pick cf the lobs,
li we could draw wages for loafing,
How dandy and fine it would be;
Just sitting around in a rocker
Or filling an ample settee;
Just hanging around tho cigar Btore
Or testing a hammock to Bee
If 11 were substantial or resting
Somewhere ir. tho shade of a tree.
If work were only play
WeM spend the livelong day
In one sweet round of pleasure.
No one Bhould rot,
fs of that Job;
We'd guard lt us a treasure.
We'd think at last
Our lives were cast
In something to our measure.
How cheerfully down In the morning
We'd go at the stroke of the clock
If part of our task were to saunter
At leisurely pace round the block!
We never would strike or grow sulky,
Our noble employers to shock-
It we could draw wages for loatlng
To work wo would cheerfully flock.
For tasks like these
Would surely please
The most ungracious sinner
As In the shade
With lemonade
He Waited for his dinner,
And he would say
Ten times a day
This job Is sure a winner.
Took No Chances.
"The .Pines family Is In mourning for
a p >t i!i).r they hnve lo>t."
"Why don't tbey advertise for it?"
"His wife badn'l thought of It, and
Jones  Is afraid sunn' one  might read
It and return the dog."
RogwteJ.
Whoever it was that invented ragweed might have been In better business, for tbe pe iple who nre doing such
an indlffereut Job of Inhabiting tbe
earth could gel along very nicely without it.
It is charged that it is ragweed that
causes sufferers to play ragtime on the
bandanna, us that pleasant little diversion known as bay fever is attribute! to it. Its pollen, instead of staying bome and trying to amuse the ragweed chthigen, goes chasing about the
land, Irritating the nostrils of people
who pay their taxes and contribute to
every worthy cause.
We may hope thai some day Mr.
Burbank, wb 1 makes tbe little radishes speak pieces und trains the turnip 1 1 turn over, will succeed iu making the ragweed to resemble attar of
roses.   Till lb ti ��� in only suffer In
silence, punctuated by sneezes,
Doesn't Annoy Them,
"Worn 1 uited  the  female lec
turer   "11 '0 cl       ; bj   this great and
mui '1 pr n    ri 1 leut �� Ith Indians
snd Idl     I   "       do you  blah of Unn ':"
the Indians or idiots
kilning," led tbe crusty old
bad Hie back row,
Like Him.
"Yon mighl     bim credit for
good lutein Ion 1 hi j way."
"If 1 were to be would want me to
carry Ihe 1 0 il for bim and pay hlm
Jnr ll."
Takes Away the Charm.
Tb      ' rations      the floor
r,i    be pri -'-'i and nt.
i'ou can't udtnli    the carpet
V      .,  I It.
No Time For It.
"Brov li 11  slouch, 1 wonder
he v, ou films Uf up a little."
"He can't; lie's too busy being gup-
- 0 'ti u by bis wile."
A Close Shave
��� 1:,- laid  Ihe Ho        bis lov
I   -ns" wealth by -ha\ ing himself."
"His face was his fortune then."
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THC DAILY   NEWS]
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16
190���.
,
���
'I
-S
sJUGSMsH JUGS
"\ SON OF MPT. CROLL
TO GET
A Useful Jwj Cheap.
ALL SORTS AND    ��%ES
from 1 5 cents each.
CALL EARLY Af D SECURE ONE
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
DROWNED IN RIVER
Body  is  Recovered  After Two  Hours
Anxious  Work  With   Grappling
Apparatus.
....CALL ON....
T.A.Mmr&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� ��� B. C.
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
ail 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.
DALL CAME TOO FAST
TO HOLD THE UMPIRES
Thrilling   Incidents    During    Friendly
Match at Queen's Park Last
Evening.
Three umpires struggled    to keep
tab   on   the   swift   horsehlde   tossers
who   gathered   at   Queen's   Park   last
evening to play a friendly game,    w.
Elchoff was the  flrsl   to be chosen,
bul after a couple of innings, he con- were   in
cl ided that tbe pace was getting too gaw  the
swift   for  him,  and   retired   without overboard
as mucb as saying by your leave.    W. once.    Tbe boat  was travelling down
Gordon was selected as the next vie- stream  rapidly and was in the swlfl
rim, and be stood in the center of the current   beyond  tbe  big  bridge  near
diamond  receiving advice from   play- Liverpool.    When the party last saw.
ers and spectators for three innings, tiie lad alive he was swimming man-;
when   he   suddenly   decided   that   he fully,   but   before  lhe   boat   could   be.
was  wanted  down  town, and  slipped turned and headed up stream the lit-
iway while the players were hunting tie   lad   had   sunk   to   rise  no  more.
for lost balls.    The game progressed The  body  was taken    to    the    family   residence  there  to  await  funeral j
arrangements.
 0	
The body of the late George Walter
(.'roll, son of Capt. Croll, who was
drowned near Liverpool yesterday afternoon was recovered about 0:30 in
the evening. Two boats, the Clive
owned and operated by tbe father of
the dead boy, arid the Clutba belonging to the St. Mungo Cannlnf) company, went out Immediately after the
former had landed its passengers, and
after two hours of anxious work, the
grappling irons caught against the
body which was lying in about eight
fathoms of water, and brought it to
the  surface.
The drowning took place about 4:30
and according to reports the only one
to see the lad, who was 11 yeeve
of age, go overboard, was the Chinese cook. The lad was coiling up
a rope al the stern. The mother and
bisters who were being taken on a
little pleasure trip by their father
the bow. The Chinaman
boy, give a lurch and fall
and   gave   the     alarm    at
Hardware
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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	
Anderson
& Lusby
BAILEY KILLS HIM
ALEX. SPECK
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Handsome 6-roomed Cottage
with Modern convenience ;
2 Lots all in lawn and garden ;
one .block  from   Tram,   central
location.
Price S2500 Terms Easy.
A 6-roomed Cottage
awhile without an umpire, but a disputed poinl cropping up, McDonald
was pressed into service. Ho declined to act, but was given no choice
, in the matter, While he was making
his way towards the pitcher, the sensation of the evening occurred. Peele
was at the bat, and taking a true aim
he batted the ball towards the unwilling umpire. The bullet found its
mark, and McDonald was hit in a
vital spot, but a handkerchief in his
hip pocket saved him from experiencing the full force of the blow. In
extenuation, Peele explained that he
did it on the spur of the moment, because McDonald looked like the Blaine
umpire.
McArthur also provided merriment
for  a   few  moments,  and  earned   undying fame by  making a sensational
run.    In the last innings, he stood at
first   base,   with   Worley   at   the   bat.
On a strike he had a fighting chance
of   getting  to   second,   and   he   made
a run for it.    Smith was supposed to
br   looking after  the  second     pillow,
but  had strayed  some distance away.
McArthur made a bee line for Smith,
gol   there safely, then  looked  around
. for the base.    It  was not there, and
- concluding  that   some  miscreant   had
; purloined  it,  he  made another   run,
.- i(  lost his direction, and had  reached   centerfield   before  he   found   out
thai   he   was   chasing   in   the   wrong
direction.    He  had  not  found  second
base by the time the game finished.
Dean's aggregation won by a score
of six to two.   Quite a number of new
, men   were   tried   out,   but   with   few
, exceptions,   their   form   did   not   warrant placing them on the New  Westminster team.    Turner played a good
game, and with a  little practice  will
make his position secure on the team.
Clute, who relieved Turner as catcher  towards the  last, acted  the  part
well, but  when  out  in the field, his
attention   kept   straying  towards   the
other  end,   where   the   lacrosse   players    wore    practicing.       MeCulcheon
and   Worley   were   pressed   into   service because some of the oilier players did not turn up, and the remainder of Dean's team was composed of
the regular baseball  team,
Cunningham's nine wen  mostly un-
rled  n en, i Itho ;.u  he had  the advantage "f having ibe n gular    battery,  Peele and   Malcolmson,  on   bis
/side,    lid.  Hughes  wants    to    know
what   it   feels   like   tO   will   :i   g.inie,   as
woman and Child Drowned. ii   complains  lhal  be is always on
Ble, Quebec, Aug. 16.���The yacht '��� losing Bide, ["here were no brilliant players to select for special
mention on this side, coon doing bis
slum t'i help lose the game, Al the
night. Passengers left the yacht to,,,,,, ,������ slx lnrl)ng8i ,i���. Bame waB
come to shore In a canoe, which, ���.,,,,,,, ���,-,- ������ ;���.,.,������,, (ll- tne (llm ilgnt.
when abOUl 150 feel from the shore Th(, batting order was as follows:
upset. Mrs. Dugan and infant were1 Cunningham, first base; Peele,
drowned,   but   the   other     passengers| pitcher;  Malcolmson. catcher;  Loamy,
center  field;   Eastman,  second   base;
IN A RAILWAY CAMP
INDIAN DEMOLISHES
HIS HUMBLE ABODE
Fued    Between    Walking    Boss    and
Camp Foreman Ends in a
Tragedy.
Strong   Act  Calls  fcr   Interference   cf
Police  Who  Find   Whiskey
in Camp.
Four drunken Indians, one drunken
Klootchman and a 1 Ottle of rye by
way of evidence were gathered in at
one   swoop   by   Officers  Johnson  and
Valdez, Alaska, Aug. 15.���John R.
Bailey, walking I - al the railroad
tunnel camp on the C< ; per River &
Northwestern Road, shot and killed
Robert Mackintosh, cam]) foreman
with a rifle. He called Mackintosh
from his tent and as he stepped out
fired. The bullet entered the left side
of the neck and came out at the
right   shoulder.     He   died   In   a   few
I minutes.   The shooting was the result
Burke   yesterday   afternoon   about    51
�� clock. ! of a fued over which position ranked
The  Indian  colony  almost  opposite j highest.    Bailey was arrested and indicted by the grand jury for murder.
on 5th Avenue. Corner lot
82 x 182, Only $950. ?:jt)-i
Cash, balance on small payments
to suit purchaser.
WHITE & SMILES
260 C ilumbia St.   Phone 86
Drowned in Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon, Sash. Aug. 16,���Il has!
been reported to thj Royal Northwest
mounted police thai w. Taigard, a
young homesteader from Talgardville,
Or., who lived thirty-five miles southwest from Saskatoon, was drowned
in the Saskatchewan river on Monday afternoon.
 o	
B.  R. T. Officials Arrested.
New York, Aug. it, Police Magistrate Hlgglnbotham late tonight personally caused the arrest of Vice
Pn si lenl W. C, Smith, and W, C.
Woodburg, of the B. It. T on charges
ol   im Itlng   to   rlol   ami   committing
ll    |i    igative  to  public order.
Ihe new G. N. ft, wharves on Front i
street  were very noisy  all  the after-1
noon  and  some  of  the  employees of!
,t
the creamery noticed one off the men
using somewhat threatening gestures
to his little wife and as they watched,
be attacked the tent whicli formed
their home and knocked down the
whole contrivance. Shortly after, the
officers who had been telephone I for,
arrived and instituted a vigorous
si arch for liquor. Tbey were rewarded by finding a half filled bottle of
rye and in addition, to the quarel-
some one. two Indians and an Indian woman, dead to the world. Another old fellow of the same complex-
Ion was also carrying a heavy load
of fire water. A delivery wagon was
requisitioned and the four male inebriates, one of them objecting vigorously, were taken to the city lockup. The force then went, back with
Ithe conveyance and loaded the
klootchman on board and conveyed
her also to a place of safety. The
bunch will come up for bearing this
morning.
i.i toils I lemer arrived here from the
north shore ol the St Lawrence last
managed t" reach the shore in safety.
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Fatality at Fire.
Buffalo, N. V., Aug. 1.").���One ]>er-
|nn was burned to death, another
fatally burned, and a score had narrow escapes in a fire at the foot ot
Main street, near Ihe waterfront this
afternoon. The dead man is Capt. Jas.
Robinson, a  veteran lake  captain.
Chas, Johnson, a .sail-maker was
fatally burned.
The fire started on the top floor of
No. 118, Main street occupied by
the Buffalo Ship Chandlery and Supply company, and Is supposed to
have been caused by  an explosion.
Hughes,   left   field;   McArthur,    third
base;  W. Cunningham,   right    field;
Fletcher,  shorl   stop,
Sinclair, first base; Price, pitcher;
Turner, catcher;  Smith, second base;
Lewis,   short   stop;   Clute,   left   field;
MeCulcheon, third base; Worley, right
field;   Dean,  center   field.
Score by Innings���
Dean's     2 0 1  0 2 0��� 5
Cunningham's   0 0 0 0 1 1���2
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Cardiff Miners Strike.
Cardiff,  Aug.   15.���Twenty six   thousand  miners  at   Aberlily   struck   this
morning owing to the employment of
non-unionist workmen In the mines.
RE OF SOME FORCE
in the community. A poor " hamJ-
to-mouth man " never i.s. .Make up
your mind to buy a home NOW.
Do It Now.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
was most likely a careless and extravagant young man ami 'lid net
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best of all gifts to your family- 	
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed House and
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church. Lot(iOx 1112 . . $1750
Very Easy Terms.
HATS
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AT BIG REDUC-   OF    i
TIONS, AT   .   .   ��CO(
One lot Chilclrens Galateas,
made of fine white Sennet
Straw worth up to 1.5o.
Your choice at   .
One Lot Ladies Ready-to-wear
Hats, worth up to 2.5o.
Your choice at   .
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C!
Mew ���
25c
75c t
W. S. COLLISTER & COMPANY    }
The Paragon
= Family Washer =====
The Latest   and   Greatest  Washer  on   the Market
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1 .���Anything without previous boiling; there is no need
of   using any chemical
soap ami water.
2. ��� Anything from the finest laee curtains to the heaviest blankets anil carpets,
without the slightest injury to
even the most delicate fabrics,
3.���Uptotwenty-fh ���
within it to 8 minutes.   Better and  cleaner  than  by tin-
harsh, slow and tiresome rub-
board method.
The Paragon runs absolutely noiseless and so easily that a chil<l can
turn it. The Paragon will save its cist many times by preventing wear
and tear.   Call and see it and be convinced like others now using it.
Large Shipment of Them lust Arrived Direct from Factory
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
IE YOU HAVE A LOT
And Want To Build
We Will Assist You.
f. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
The trial will take place this week.
 . o	
Browne Re-arrested.
New York. Aug. 15.���Chas. C.
Browne, who was ordered released
from Sing. Sing prison on Tuesday,
on a writ (H habeas corpus, was re-
arrested as he left the prison today
and arraigned before U. S. Circuit
Court Judge Houghton. Bail for his
ti^il was fixed at $30,000 and he was
temporarily committed to the Tombs.
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Heat Kills Colonel.
Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. IB.���Col.
Chas. W. Keeting of New Orleans for
ten years commander of the department of Lousiana and Mississippi, after heading their divisions in the
parade today, was overcome by the
beat and expired, The total casualties to date are five deaths, eight
injured  and   46   prostrations.
��� o	
Attell Gets Decision.
Grand Rapids' Mich., Aug. 15.���Abe
.'.fell, featherweight champion, gut
the decision over Frank Garseys of
Buffalo tonight at the end of the
15th round in the mosl magnificent exhibition of the ring sport ever pulled
off in this city.
The two boys were battling fiercely
;:'. the end of the bout and the decision of Referee Siller was hardly
];(,pular.
��� o	
Printers Show Confidence.    ,
Colorado   Springs,   Col.,   Aug.   15.���
Bj   unanimous vote the delegates to
the International typographical union
convention today adopted a resolution
expressing   thelT   full   confidence   In
the executive, ciingr.iiiiiating the union
on   the  wisdom,  prduence  and   tore-
'sight   shown   in   the   contest   for   an
l eight   hour  day.
. o	
Dies  on   Way   to   Hospital.
Minneapolis, Minn.. Aug. 15.���Thorn-
: as A.  Martin, senior vice commander
I of   tbe   department   of   the   Potomac,
who   is  a   clerk   in   the   treasury  department   at   Washington,   became   ill
while marching in the tl. A. H. parade
and  died while being removed to the
emergency hospital.
 o	
Old Soldier Kills Wife.
Wnllsvilb'. N. y., Aug. ir,.���Frank
Butts an old soldier, (15 years old,
shot and killed bis wife today and
al tempted to kill his fifteen year old
ib,lighter. Butts fired three shots at
hin wife. The woman was ill in bed.
She tried lo defend herself by holding pillows in front of herself. One
shot bit her above the heart. Butts
t. scaped,
I FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS |
New Goods and New Prices
*
v
ffi A full carload just arrived.     As fine goods as ever entered the city.
>*< Inspection invited.    By buying here you can save money   and   lots of it.
V Give us a trial.    We have many things we are going   to  clear  at  cost.
[���] Money saved is monev made.
'���'
ffi
See our S5.00 Mattresses
W. E. TALES,
red.
ffi  710 and 718 Columbia .St.    Pour Floors,     Rear Extension, Front St
ffi n
>>����:i��>::o>xo>X'M'>^^^
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
(iame In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster, B. C.
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:; Electric Railway Service\
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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:i:o 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���imo transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and ft and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during  P
mainder fit day.   Transfer al
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be
tween  8  a.  m.  and  10  P-  '"���
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���Jb Minute Service, except between 1- and
2, and & nnd V, during Which
hours the service win be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service
tween 8 a. in.
hnir-tiouriy ���"
aDd 11 p. "'���
:; British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Boarding House for Sale���1 a rooms
completely furnished and at present all occupied. Apply Box 501,
City.
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted room,
suitable for an office. Apply to
Chas. G. Major.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.

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