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vol.l .��iK 1, NUMBER l.'.i;
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11. 1906. a\M0CKN1S l'Ki; WEEK
RIOTOUS SCENES lr
CONTINUE ON LINE       j
TO CONEY ISLAND I
Passengers Act   on   Official  Advice  and  Refuse to Pay
Extra Fares.- Company's Employes Use Force
and Clash With the Police.
CANNERYMEN LOSE
ON SOCKEYE PACK.
gt, Petersburg, .Aug. 18.���The police
Capl lired   a   wooden    model   of
B ia   which  had   been   used   tor
: lng   of  a  company   of  revolu-
artillery.
.   police also seized    a   factory
..... engaged In making shells
. of  whicli  ."in  and  a  ipian
,        'dynamite and pyroxllne were
i I,
bery   of    a    railway
i irred here today.    A well
. , woman approached I he c .A.
li       in low -hove.i a revolver un lei
.   oi  the official and tooh $1
.'���;;li which sh.. esc    i   |
Parties to  Amalgamate.
ition i  al   the  meel in.: ol  I
ommitte of the old Octoberist
.-. i toda; , point to the
; a ..��� the Octo erlsti  ��   h
- .i eful  party of regenei..
: : the acceptance of the pro-
���    i awn uji by Counl   lb den,
ikol   and others
Youths Attack C?c.tain.
Vug.    13.���A     crowd    of
. ... a neighboring village a
: the  ' pilppage  of  Captain  of
p        Vishnakoff today.    More than
: [I      -.. T   -,..,.!,.   fired,   the   carriage
Idled and a lad., accompany lng
was  wounde I.    The  c .;.-
i   ���      . ..; .��� 1   without  injury.
Tragedy  at  Trial.
- iv,   Aug.    13.���While    a
i      ���:    ol   revolutionary    agitators
: ... n arrested at a meeting
in lei L.iia.u:    examination    .he
r   eel i:>-   <���:   li..;Benoa,   one   of  the
���       ��� ...   ,,  revolver,  killed  the
���    :  ir.i!   police,   wound'   1       1
committed suicide.
Court Martial Begins.
\ iu.   13. - The   trial   by
lal ol   the   first   grou]
I the mutineers here, the sailors, was
I egun today,   The Bappers and civilians  will   be   tried   latei     The  pro-'
' ��� ��� lings are - ��� bind < losed dooi-.- and
1 ���."�� "t'i" were nol a ln.it-
ted.
Reval, Am-.  13.   'I ���...   :ourl  ra irtial
...  mutineers   I .-     �� g ...     The trials
an   being con i icte I with the utmost
Been cj  in    rdi ... t   .. ��� tl in
ong   li- -..
Killed By Automobile.
'���i ntn al     '   . i  oln ���   Tou-
Saturd
nlghi .-! e  driven    -:���
erl   Dal-
il
:     ��� Inion     Park,
nen are    i ->     Toulanl
as cro h his wife
: :. 1   Bon,   avoiding  a    treet  i id
automo! Ile.
Hccoes  on   Wheels,
Winnipeg, A ig. 13.���Percival Bax
: P i] dee oi' this citj will
le ive on A e Inesday morning on a
cycling ti tr from Winnipeg to New
Yuri,, via St. Paul, Minneapolis and
1' , --... I i. ng made ; ; et, the
two young - lortsmen will leav Win-
��� ipeg .-��� Itho M ��� ���..'��� i'i'- nding to ob-
;; In thel living At-tiA. the gener-
- osity . :  the    assing  villagers.
Believes   Father   is   Dead.
Chicas      '  -    13        ���     banks   of
i     [ous. ation tod ly
offered i n i - 85,000 for thi
;. ehension ol Paul O. Stensland, fugi-
... president of the Milwaukee Ave-
��� . ;- vi ��� Pn sident Stenslan i
���...lay said he believe I
| thai '  -    was   lea I,
The Sockeye has come and gone for the season
of 1906.
Just how many came and how many went cannot be estimated, butjiot many figures are required
to tell how many were arrested on their way.
As far as the cannery men are concerned the tail
end of the run has gone by. Cohoes are now making
their appearance.
For a few lucky fishermen, the season, though
short, has been profitable, for the high price has
made up for the scarcity of fish.
For the canneryman the season has been without
profit, for some of them it has been a season of
serious financial loss.   .
Tlie total pack of the Fraser River canneries is
200,000 cases less than it was four years ago. With
the Puget Sound canneries it is said to be even worse
than this, while the canneries that have operated
traps on Vancouver Island are up against heavy
deficits. Traps everywhere ary said to have been
a poor investment this year.
Official figures of the pack of the Fraser River
canneries are :
RUSSIAN POLICE
SEIZE TOOLS OF
REVOLUTIONISTS
Model of  Field Gun and Shells and Bombs Are Among
the Prizes.���Daring Attacks ard Shooting
Tragedies Continue to Occur.
B. C. Packers
,
51,380
A. B. C.
,               ,
20,400
Canadian
.               ,
17,754
B. C. (Brodies)
,               ,
5,200
Gulf of Georgia
.
2,000
Steveston
,               ,
2,0.50
Royal Packing Cc
��.
5,000
Great Western
,               ,
3,900
Malcolm, Cannon
& Co.
14,500
Burrard Canning
Co.    .
3,030
St. Mungo     .
,
8,500
Industrial
,               ,
2,433
Unique .
,               ,
4,380
Eagle Harbor
,               .
4,000
Great Northern
,               ,
4,200
Wilson Cannery (Estimat
ed)   2,200
Richmond
,
5,900
Nye Cannery,
���
300
TRIES TO ANNIHILATE      FLOOD SWEEPS DOWN
LETHBRIDGE FAMILY    ON GANG OF WORKMEN
Dynamite    Used   to    Elow    Up    Pesi-   Two    Laborers   on   Southern    Pacific
dence of John Scott���Sus- Are Drowned and Bridges
pect  Arrested. Are  Destroyed.
156,107
The total pack of Puget Sound canneries is estimated at 150,000 cases, which is about 200,000 cases
less than was put up four years ago.
Taking the Puget Sound and Fraser River canneries together the pack this year is estimated at
400,000 cases less than four years ago.
New   York,   Aug.     13.���All     today,
complications growing oul of orders
and opinions by  public and by  corporation officials,  nud  disorder which
at times threatened to become acute, j
owing  to  the   determination  of  the
passengers,  marked  the situation  In
Brooklyn arising from the decision by
r- ipreme  ('our:   Justice  <t lynor    on'
S turday   thai   the   Brooklyn   Rapid
Transll   company   has  no    right    to
double fare of ten (ents to
Island.
Conditions   are   not   much   clearer
���  -in   than   they    were    yesterday
ti far more quiet, owing to the
if the police an I less navel.
This afternoon, however, there was
i tiger  [i r ..  time thai  there won' 1
��� ���   i   epetii lon of yesterday's seen s
en   I ious inds of persons were involve!    In    angry  controversy    an 1
[struggles   with   the   companies   enA
es,
i
Passengers Roughly Used.
The disturbances incident to the
��� i-al of passengers to pay tho extra fare demanded and the energetic,
often forcible, means taken by the
company to force them either to do
so or lo leave the cars, lasted far
into the night. Indeed the early hours
of the morning found disgusted pleasure seekers returning home by almost
any means passible. Recalcitrant
men, women and children had bee i
. jected from the cars by Inspectors
and special policemen of the corporation and o'uliged to walk part of the
distance to or from Coney island.
Police   Defied.
Rioto;-   Bcenes   had   occurred    at
numerous points along the company's
es and the company's officials had
Hi ;   Deputj    Police   Commissioner
I'Keefi   of   Brooklyn   when   he     pul
himself with police officers in charge
of the situation and ordered the cars
t i proceed with their passengers,
Damage suits bj scores were threatened by Indignant individuals, who,
relying on Justice Qaynor's opinion
felt themselves ggrleved by the action of the company's representatives,
Determined to Enforce.
That the officials of King's county
ami the in rough of Brooklyn were
pre ared to enforce Justice Gaynor's
decision hei aim- apparent during the
,i ,--. Dlstricl Attorney Clarke of
King's county detailed ono of his
assistants to hear complaints of rough
ti    ". .'in by the company's employes.
Mr.   Clarke   also   announced     thai
rose   :i   is     w...ild    follow     every
pr. ve I case < :' maltreatment.
Law   Against  Company.
Borough President Bird S. Coler
Issued a public statement advising
persons to pay but a single fare for
a ride '.rom points in Brooklyn
through to Coney island and the police in tlie affected district were ordered to quell any fresh disturbances.
Meantime Acting Police Commissioner Waldo revoked the promise
empowering the company to employ
: pecial i olicemen to assist the regular
men of the company to put off its cars
r.ersons who resisl 1 demands for the
extra fi re.
Threats and Stones.
This afternoon the employes again
began hauling off the cars wherever
second fares were no; forthcoming
from passengers and demanding their
payment; Severnl affrays occurred
and ihere were some arrests. Threats
were made against the company. In
some instances stones were thrown at
the cars and the company's employees.
CANNED SOUP KILLS        POLICE INVESTIGATE
HUGH MACDOUGALD       CASE AT OWEN SUIIND
Dcctors Suggest That Too Much Acid   Miss Louise Jones is Found on Road
Was   Used   to   Preserve Way in a Dying Con-
. Ige, Alta., Aug. 13.���A das-
tti - .'.a was made this morale)   oj   the    residence    and
��� the  enUre   family   of  John
S   tt, ,:   i, llway  employee  here,
mite,
��� dlding  was   badly   wrecked
' ���   ex] losion, hut  no one was In-
N i motive can be advanced for the
' The   police   have   a  suspect
i arrest,
Hobbs Dies From Injuries.
oria,   1'.   C,   Aug.   13.���Edward
-.a farmer  il I adboro Hav. who
'ir.lay was ci ashed i etween the
hi     vai in and a tree ow Ing
n   a iddenly   I olting,   die I
irleB  today.
Di owned   in   Canal.
���    Ont,  Aug.    13,   George
il ���   Intoxicated   ;'��� 11  Into  the
���   '    i    canal        ��� ������   .   .     :-i I    was
Ti .it Aug, 13.���A flood
A. ei down through the ci nyons upon l.anul. j . arly today and caught
a gang of workmen unawares, two
,,:' whom ;- known to h ive perished.
Nine brl ig. - of the Southern Pacific
railway   hi vi   I n  swept   away  and
twenty   mil. s  of  track   Is inundated.
The sudden  freshet  will rapidly sub-
Ide ; -  the  rain  has  cease 1 to fall.
French Canadian Paper
Looks Into Blue Future
Dies   in   Her   Slteo.
1., id n, * ig. 13     Mrs   Pi ��� ' Ti n ��� i
Cralgle, (Ji '����� Oliver li- the
thoress  and   dramatist,   died In   her
,..    thi       . rning, of heai [allure.
.;, ,   death   v.as  totally    uni t] ected,
iparently bei a ���
veil  when  she retired lasi   nig! I    Mrs.
Crnigie       1   heen   spending    ;���
���   Sti     I ;    -   stle,
Ventn ol   a Ight,   wl I h
l, -i   Sun        afte noon   to     eep
engagi      .   ia  Lond -a     81 ���   ���-'���
.... .I-'.-.
C.P.R. Makes Profits
and Declares Dividends
Montreal, Aug. 13.���Under the heading, "Those Who Are doing to Die,"
l.e .National';-;... the French-Canadian
mornin, a ��� u il lish rs an article to
tin el eel that in a quarter of .- a
turj French-Can i ii ins will bave
, ease 1 to e political fa dor In the
,. n enl ol C nada.
Basing alculations    n pi
rrom a     eech       s:    \ 11 ri i Laurier,
Le  Nation iliste estii   ttes   thai
L*i01 to 1911, -'. I00,0i i i. migi ants, wh
Fri nch,   ��������� 111   ta ���
.... -���  In  Canada.
���'This   -n.-i- a .-.     ih--     aper     I
will   ni cessitati     event   ��� I I :    new
ini      ���     ers   In   the
i ol    Ion mi is     u i    then    the
tigun -   will   stand   sixtj five   to   two
li m,ire i or three :- indred  Insti ad ol
65 to :'l I  '   I
"Let this increase continue till 1P21
and we will have tori million. The
French-Canadians will then have sixty-
five members in the House of Commons, out of six or seven hundred.
In 1931, Canada having a population
of twenty-five millions, at least it
will he decided in order not to have
too numerous a parliament to reduce
tu tw-i'iii;. o thirty representatives,
say ou! oi a hi is ;.   hun Ire I."
Le Natl i ,; - - om] lains of ihc
g  -..-. nm< nl   nol   spi nding    sa; .������', m
. :      to encourage    Fn nch    irnml-
.-.ation,    Out of a total immlgra I in
. .-    580,10: sin ������ 1901, Le Na I a
Iste  say.-.  only  seven  thousand  wi n
;   ench-Can idl - ���������    U spite    the
;: ; ;  Fren di-Canadians contribute one
million   of   the   three   mill! ins       ��� a
:  l-   Immlgi a,tl m     etween   1901   ; a I
1906.
Goods.
,���__-..
Toronto, Aug. 13.���Hugh Macdou-
gald, an electrician, thirty-seven
years of age, is dead from eating
-canned kidney soup. The doctors say
that either the soup had gone bad
through blowing of the tin, or that
acids used as preservatives were poisoned and a larger quantity than usual
was in this particular tin.
Solomon Gets  His	
Victoria, Aug. 1:',.���Solomon Ham-
stein, who claims to have lost all in
the San Francisco earthquake and
subsequent fire, was given sixteen
ion hs by the police magistrate to-
i i to lining clothing from gue ts'
���   several  local  h :
dition.
Owen Sound, Ont, Aug. 13.���Miss
Louisa Jones, 21 years old, daughter
of A. W. Jones, who resides out of
town, was found on the road way
yesterday with a mark on her forehead over eye and on her nose. There
was also clear evidence of finger
marks on the throat which with a
terribly swollen tongue indicated that
strangulation had been resorted to.
The victim is in the hospital, and
the police are investigating.
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Toronto  Girls   Poisoned.
Toronto, Aug. 13.���Vera May, aged
four years and Alleen, aged 12 years,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Hollo-
way, of Vine avenue are dead from
ptomaine poisoning through eating
Ice en
Burglars Do Damage.
.  ..  \   v..  A '.    13    The  gi ;.
oral   store  i     Miles   S   Ith,   al   Sclo,
.!     ���������  ed        bui -        ���'.':'    I >day.
-. ii     -. :ure 1 aboul  $7 ...   The dyna-
... he f ...���  sei   fire  to   the
vhich   was   I irnet)     together
-.:: ling .... ipied    by    the]
[arris bank.
Make   Money   on   Coal   Lands.
Wlnni .eg,   Vug. I '.-   a  Winnipegsyn-
���    ,-       ...    ontrolled a   large area of
i ��� a, i tl lands, unlay dlsposi 1
irtion ol their holding to Chi-
��� igo . ..��� ltalists who i aid t ash for
the '.an i. The local men aette i a
; ��� ofll        half ..  million  on the deal.
Montreal, Aug. 13.���At the meeting
Of lhe  directors of  the  Canadian   Pa-
'  '' Railway company, today, a dlvi-
'tend of two per cent on the  pre-
!'  M 1 stock  for the  half year  ended
'"    '-'Hi last   was declared.    A  divi-
'' "���> Ol three per cent,  for the  same
���' :"i was also declared on the comstock.
(-:(''8  em-ning  $61,069,768.
Working expenses $38,696,446,
earnings $22,973,313.
Net earnings of steamships In iv
"i amount Included In monthly
reports, $652,577.
Income  from  othei   Si urces  $1,368,-
870.
Total net Income, $21,C42,760.
Deduct   fixed  charges, $8,350,545.
Deduct amount transferred to steam
ship replacement fund. $500, ,
Deduct    contribution    to    pension
fund $80,000.
Net revenue available for dividends,
$16,012,216,
After payment  ol    11 dividends de-
Collision Kills One Man
and Injures 10 Others
Canadian Challenger
Wins the Fisher Cup
Fori Worth, Texas. Aug. 13.���As a
n suit of a collision between an Incoming and ongoing passenger train
. ��� the Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf
lng Into the  rear coach  of the outgoing train.  The fireman of the rear
end of the outgoing train jumped and
escaped  injury   as  did   the  fireman
railroad on the outskirts of this city of the incoming train.   The engineer
today,  William   W.  Tripped   of  For'   ol the latter train was badly hurt
Worth  received  injuries  from  which
-    died
clared for tlie fis        '    , the surplus    i
for the year carried
268 082.
Thirty  Killed.
London.   Aug.   13.���The     Tribune's
... ,. i   ; red   under  a   bridge,  tlie   correspondent   al   Sofia,   stales    that
,   glni    if thi   Incoming train plough-   thirty persons were killed  at  Ahilou.
and   10   persons   are   more
les     seriously   Injured.
Rochester,    N.    V..   Aug.      13.���The star;   was   delayed   owing   to  lack  of
ch!   races tor the Fisher cup were wind,    ul  al   12:20 the breeze fresh-
concluded this afternoon when Zoraya, ened   tp to about nine miles an hour
thi Canadian challenger tool? the Bee- and the stan was made,   The official
end   race,   defeating  the  Iroquois of time    of    the  start    was,    Iroquois
...  Rochester   Yacht   club,   holder  of 12:20.21,   Zoraya   12:20.34.     The   Iro-
the   trophy.    The  Zoraya   represents quols  gol   the  best   of  the start   but
Royal Canadian Yacht cluh of To- the Zoraya passed her In a shun time
��� .     The  race today  was  over a and held ll thi reafter. The American
windward  and leeward course of i* boal   wa    skillfully  handled bul   was
miles, nine miles out'and  back. The out-sailed          1 points,
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 14
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Having trouble with the salt ?
Gets damp and Liar dens? Then
you are not using WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.   It never cakes.
Making   New   Boiler.
greatest of good words to say for the
King, of whom he says his people are
: isi loyal subjects. Through the Interpreter His Majesty said a few-
kindly  words  lo the chiefs.
Stensland's Picture Arrives.
A   circular  has   been   received
the local  police from  John M.
by
Col-
D. c. Patterson of the Vulcan boiler "m,  superlntendenl   of  the  Chicago
works was yesterday working on the P����ce. calling attention to the flight
pattern ol a special make of green- from Justice of Henry W. Hering and
house  boiler of a  type never  before Paul 0. Stensland, cashier and presi
manufactured   In   this  city.    Iu   fact
only one other of iis kind has been
manufactured west of the Rockies.
Tlie order was received from tbe
Vancouver Floral company, and Mr.
Patterson expects thai when the first
one is in use it will be the means
of bringing In a number of orders of tlve
the same kind. The heaters are In
general use in the east and are said
to he superior to any in the market. _
Mi. Patterson has secured a large
blackboard <>:) which he is drawing
a full sized diagram of the heater and
from which he will take liis measure
ments for a number of castings which
will have to he made. Mr. Patterson
has   also   received   the   material  for
the manufacture of a  lair;.. 1.oiler.
lenl of the defunct Milwaukee Avenue
Lank, Chicago. The cashier having
surrendered to the police a few days
ago, the only party tor whom the local
preservers of the peace will keep their
eyes open will he President Stensland.    A   half-tone  cut  of  both  fugi-
Special Summer Courses i
For Teachers in the 1
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
Limited.
336 Hastings Street W.. Vancouver
R. J.  SROTT,  B..A.,  Principal.
H. A. SCRIVEN, B. A.. Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec.
accompanies the circular.
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CONDENSE?   STORIES.
Had  '-is
Whiskey Gives Lucy Away.
\a Indian woman was ai reste I 1 -
evening by ihe chief of police on sua-
I lei .a of being in possession of intoxicants, She objected 10 accom-
panj ing iln- chii : to the ; -.11. e station, and in her efforts to resisl his
authbritj she di ippe I a boUle of
whiskey which she had conceale I in
her dross, 'l'lie woman, who gave
her   name   as   laic;.,   will   l.e   charge I
in ihe 1 ollce couri this morning with
having liquor in her possession. An
old Indian who had been seen in her
con ,..111; during ihe day was also arrested, lun as nothing was found up-]
on him when lie was searched, he was
allowed to depart.
Why thc  Prisoner at the Ba
Doubts.
"The late Judge .1. I. Chirk
Hare," said a lawyer of Philadelphia, "was one day relating to me
soine of his odd experiem .-��� on the
bench.
"lie gaid that a certain man wns
ah..ut  to l.e tried 1.1 the common
pli 1 - ,1:,.!  -A.....'  ,1   jreal  d   posi
tion to ehalloi   c
"Evidently fhe pr      er know ul
,A- -���   the  ri ' '     ��� ...-.:'
auL/i
Next   Lacrosse   Match.
Cards are oul  advertising the senior,
lacrosse   match    toi   he   played    here
next   Saturday   between    the    Maple I
Leafs     and    lhe    Xew     Westminster
teams.   The Maple Leafs are reported;
lo  he  practicing  hard  I'or ihe  game,!
bul the locals are not resting on their j
laurels by any means.   Even wilh the I
best of intentions  and  hard  practice
on the part of the Maple Leaf lads, j
those    who are  supposed    10    know 1
enough to forecast the result of a la-1
crosse game are looking for someone
oc;
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Lime
Juice,
Bathing
�������� etc.
AT
RYALL/S
Drug   Store
ARROW PRESS
Open for Business
July 4, 1906.
"TIIK    Jt'HV
IS    ALI.   BIOHT,
PK1SONEB.
evidently   he   fait   that   the   more
who will take any kind of a chance challenging lie and his lawyer dill
on   the   Maple   Leafs    winning    the| the   better  his  case   would go for
game.    There    being
odds are mentioned.
no  takers,
no| him
"Finally, though, his challenging
���������o  i came  to  an end.    He  announced !
Water Applications. j that the jury now satisfied him.
Water  Commissioner C.  C.  Fisher j     "Tour challenging is all over?!
yesterday  morning granted an appli-jWe can now go on,' said, with  a
cation for lo inches of water applied J imile, the attorney for the prosecutor by Indian Agent McDonald for the i tion.
Indians of the Sesheli Indian re- "'The jurj' is all right,' said the '
serve. The water is to he taken j prisoner hurriedly and anxiously,;
from   a   small   lake   or  stream   three
Public Notice!
me.
A Story of John Allen
miles east of the village and will be 1
carried to the Indians hy means of |
���flume and pipes. The difference in j
altitude is about 600 feet.
A new application was filed hy .1.
T    Hutchison  of   Port  Moody   for  25
inches of water to he used for do- Blackburn of Kentucky failed of I
mestic and agricultural purposes. The . re.electiollj for ho ;g ���n(/of tho most |
water is to he ta��en from an un- popular men in public life. And of
named stream which flows through courge ne fecis hjs def eat keenly, nl-1
lots 347, :'.4S and 349, X. VV. district, though he is a philosopher' ami
and will he returned to a point on j faccs the inevitable with a cheerful
the banks or Burrard inlet. The dif- j countenance at least. To a man
ference in altitude is in the neighbor-: condoling with him the other day
hood of 150 feet. j he related nn anecdote of .lohn AL
> 0  i len and the late Speaker Reed. Tho
King Listens to Indians. j latter  had  been  defeated  for  tho
London, Aug. 13.���chief joe Capl- presidential nomination.   Allen had
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-
Everybody 'regrets  that  Senator | day, the 5th day of Septem-
*but I want to challenge tne judge.
I've been convicted under him several times before, and it's more
than likely he's prejudiced against
ber, 1906.
J. TRAPP,
Secretary.
lano, Chief Tsimplyst, of Cowichan,
and Chief Basil, of Kamloops, were
received hy King Edward at Buckingham palace today. The chiefs were
attired in their picturesque garb. They
presented an address to llis Majesty,
pleading for the restoration of their
hunting rights and certain native customs which Ihey allege have heen
curtailed hy the provincial and Dominion enactments. It is understood
that tho chiefs will he leaving for
home this week. Chief Joe, who is
spokesman tor the parly, expressed
himself as delighted o&d most highly
honored hy the treatment accorded
him and he will go hack to his people  with  a  glad   heart and  with  the
NOTICE.
Cordwood
been defeated for the United States
somite, and they returned to Washington nbout the same time. They
met in one of (lie corridors of the
capitol ami shook hand; silently.
Sympathy ami consolation oozed j
from their grasp. Words were unnecessary, but Allen remarked in
his quaint way:
"Tom, there';- a dangerous indifference about tin? public welfare
floating about," ami, shaking his
head mournfully, he milled, "'I'he
people ain't picking their best mnn !
this year."
For Sale
Well-seasoned Pine Cord-
wood; could deliver on scow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
Hammond.
MOREY'S
China Department
Things Happen In
The Night
And the only way to keep posted is read the
Ths Air Stealer.
Reginald   DeKoven   was   talking
about  a  composer   whose   work   is I
reminiscent ��� whose   compositions, j Is fillinp, up.   Come and see the lovely I
that is to say, are largely plagia-
Notice is hereby given that 30.days
risms, says the Philadelphia Bulle
tin.
,  . "He must be a man of genius,"
ter date 1 Intend to make applica-   Baid  Mf   DeEoven   smilin|,     ��Hb
n to the Honorable the Chief Com-  resembles so remarknbly his prede-
issioner  of   Lands  and   Works.   for | ���������������,,    ,,���.   fam() ,,   (.0!1,po.,(>r3   0f
ccssors,  the
special Licence to cut and carry away I ^]1C past."
timber  from  the  following described       ��|[ow  ,]oe3 1)e re8emhle any  fu-
lands, situated East of the head ot mous composers ?" a pianist asked.
  "Well," said  Mr.  DeKoven, still
Pitt Lake, N. W. District: Commenc
ing at a stake planted on the North
Bast corner of the E. O. Patterson
old claim No. 10113, thence Northerly
SO chains, thence West SO chains,
thence South SO chains, thence East
80 chains to point, of commencement.
Staked  August  13th,  1906.
JAMBS SHARPE.
New  Westminster, 13. C
smiling, "lie resembles them in the
matter of inspiration. Rossini got
his inspiration from the society of
beautiful women. Wagner got his
best inspiration in the midst, of
magnificent art works. Our friend
in like manner is best, inspired when I
he is surrounded by the compositions of other musicians."
TEA SETS,
DINNERWARE,
GLASSWARE, Etc.
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and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you. TUESDAY, AUGUST  14,
1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
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DON'T   BUY
I
RISING   SUN   FLOUR
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with a feeling of uncertainty.     This Flour is made from the hest selected hard wheat by people who
CT TX"  r ^ business and who stake their experience and reputation  on  every  hag  of  RISING
jUJN   ! LOUR that they turn out.     Every hag is positively guaranteed. It is the money hack Flour.
For   Sale   ty   all   G
rocers.
Manufactured   and   Guaranteed   by
THE    WESTERN    MULLING    CO.,    LTD.
I
CALGARY,   ALBERTA
P.    G.     DAWSON,     Agent,      145     Hastings     Street     West,
Vancouver I
A PERFECT SET
OF TEETH FOR
PROSPECTS GOOD FOH
TRADE WITH MEXICO
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We guarantee them to lit beautifully and to
be the equal of the best set of teeth you ever saw
costing twice as much. Our mechanical experts
are men of lonjr experience (we employ no others)
and their work is the best  known to the  Dental
i':'..i'.--'sion.
Oilier prices worth coming miles to profit by
Gold Filling . .
Platina Filling .
Silver Filling . .
$1.00
$1.00
50c
Gold Crowns .... $5.00
Bridge Work (��fc) $5.00
Set of Teelh   .   . . $5.00
Consultation and Examination Free of^Charge.
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee.
The Boston Dentists, 1
Hou s 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remember the Place
407   Hastings   St. VV.,   Vancouver
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,   |
TeIepHone 12. New Westminster,    j
acn   < li ���; mai k   of
ing ' ie heavy !���'. pounder   1
-.-. A.-!.   -.-   j aboul
. h ���
". feet,
furl bei
F.rrn  Negotiates With Government for
Pacific  Coast   Steamship
Service.
1 ��� ��� iwa,   Vi-.  13 li  Is .-��� |
bip   firm   ls   ni gotiat-
ing with thi   Mi -
ervic.   on   the     Pa. Iflc
Cam    -   , . I   Mexl ;o.     The   na
the firm Is nol discli Be I. b it ther.
i reasonable ] of
-   -.. ���   ���    ielng Inaugurated
1  oui   -.     years   igo Can   i ���   an I
Mi - co agreed 1   sul sidi; e steamships   Ri el
than tii..  llsl hi.-.- thro*:i .;; ��� he amateur class
A.  Matthew     ��� pi ire prizes
h. the highland fling and the Irish
jig and '.,, i lance ol ....
��� Ii . and Johnnie Linn, took first
.! Ize foi i elng the besl dresse I boy
iir Highland costume. He also took
ill     I   n-ili
111
is i ommenci :   and  the    pi .
��� out   There wer   no; suf-
A ienl  ; md - in sight to i oi I inue the
���   - lopmenl  an I the entire
p'.anl wa -   eiz< | bj  the sin-, iff.
BEHIND IN ACCOUNTS
TRAVELER SWIMS
Walter   Travis   Ends   His   Worry
Hanging  Himself in   Hotel
at   Duncan.
ild establish connection between the twi ountrli t I oth on the
'��� lantli an I P II .-. Each country
i givi $50, 0 anually toward
eacl ervi ������-. The Atlantic si rvice was
establl bed,     il   nothing came of the  state that they
efforts I   establish      ineel   n on this 	
coasl      Andre .    Wi Ii   &.   Company,
shipowners, senl an agent to Vancou-
���.  and to the  .-.-���1     -   -:  oi Mexico,
il   his  ;������ poi t   -i   , .    pects  was so
- ng     I bat     his     prim!
:   .���:--.��� -,.blis ied ;he line
Vets Will Attend Fungal.
The tuner 1 of the late ll. M. Bon-
.  i..-i-   will   be   attended
today by a number of the South African veterans who reside here.   '. h
the  highland  fling,  decea ed  who  was a  memDer of the.
Highland   dancing   competi-  first   contingenl   to   ie sent   to South
- lildren   undei   12    ears  of .M;A;. from British Columbia was in
..   -.. Vdams, the ,vinner of the  everj   engagemenl   the company  par
ti -i prize in the Scotchmen's annual ticipated In and was fortunate enough formerly lived in Vancouver, com-
licnic al Langley -.v.is also the win- to come oul withoul a scratch. He mitted suicide in the Qnamichan ho-
i;er  of  first   prize. I took   up   his   residence  In  Vancouver  tel at   Duncan yesterday  morning, by
A.   Adams  took   first   place  In  thej after  his  return   and  went   to   work,  hanging himself.    Travis had been a
.' JTulloch  dancing contest.        I Ahout  a  week  ago he had  tbe  mis-  guest at the hotel for about a month.
Worried because of his inability to
repay a shortage in his account with
the Stank Pa Brewery, for which
he was a traveling representative,
''Ail;or Travis, an  Englishman    who
in the competitions for pipers, In-
; A Adams won third prizes tor
strathspeys and  reels.
The local Scots a number of wln.ni
were In full Highland costume all
had  a bonnie time.
Ottawa;
Heweit,
AT THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���J.   .1.   McArthur,
.1   ('.  L. Mallng,  Langley ;   E
..   rett;   H. 0   Marshall, Toronto; G,
v-. .   1 ��� iwson, 11'   . r a;   E   Dupont ind
< iill i.     Ri vi        -.-;    I".   C   Richards,
I>   Malcolm,  Vanoo ivei ;   A. J.  Han I-
Winnipej     D     '.   M  ���   il ���'��� e a
.   ;    mver.
. ��� onial - IA   Uidei     i,   ���!.   ���!   Col-
1 i.-aii,    Chilllwacl ;     M.     M-��� luske .
Junction; .1. il. Li af, D. Bai cock and
I wife.  Chilli.ti ���'��� ;   . .  S   Sti i.t.
Windsor���C,  Jordan and wife, Victoria;   C  Alien,  Langley;   B.  M.  Jor-
gensen, Vancouver;   U. Graham,   Cc-
Iquitlam;  E, T. Conley, Cortez Island;
Charles Reed, Vancouver.
Cosmopolitan���E.   Simpson,  Coquitlam;  Mr. and Mrs. Smith, C. Graham,
Vancouver;  H. Halll on, P. Johnston,
' Pitt Lake; A. H.   McLeod, Hatzic; .1.
Gollken an.l wife, Modrden, Man.
 o	
Weslminstet   Scots   Win.
on Saturday lasi  a number of the
local Si-.- bmen journeyed to Vancouver and captured a number of prizes
i ���  the C .��� li nian i   i i
In   throwing   tbe   b mmer   professional,   tbe   tii at   prize   was   wi n   I j
Matriculation Exams.
The  results of the high school ma-
trli ilatlon examinations whicli    have
al   las!   come  to  hand   are  as    usual
::..--:1  creditable  to  Principal    Stram-
���   -.    '.;      ��� ;he twelve students who '
wrote,  all  save one  were successful.
of the suci essful  eleven  wlll
'-.   ..��� -.i write ofl some supplemental.
The fui i oes were as follows:
Si    .;. 1 1 livisi a -  Elizabeth Laid!   iv,
I   ra  I.. Cook, Elizabeth    S.    Wilkie,
Mal !.. .1   Budge, Jeanne D. Forrest  r,
������   L.  Wilkie.
.   I    Division���Florence M  Monl
si a. Gordon .1. Richmond,
i i I Division, Conditionally���
Pranoes il. 'I Atkias, Minnie O. Carter, Joseph Weaver
fortune   to   injure   his   foot   in   some while the provincial police have been
way  and  went   to  St.  Paul's hospital searching for hira.    It is thought that
for treatment.    A couple of days ago he ran out of money and as he had
convulsions  set   in,  to  which  he  sue- no source of revenue and would prob-
cumbed.    it   is  the  intention  of  his ibly  1; ive  been  placed  under arrest
comrades to be present at ibe inter- for  theft,  he  apparently   decided  to
ment. end his life rati   r than face tbe dis-
Another South African veteran who'grace.
went   out   with   ihe   first     contingent Travis, who was abou
from   Victoria,   also   died   last   week had  not  been  beard  o
an 1 .'us burled before his comrades when he left.
knew anything al oat it. Tbe deci as- mo, ami after
ed, who was named  Woods,    reside.1   ,: r.s. went to
"ilj years old,
since June,
Vancouver for Xanai-
remalning there some
Ladysmlth.    He failed
cm  the  North  Arm  witb  his parents  to notify his employers of his where-
severe
-' ..nts. and tbe provincial police were
communicated with by his friends. He
was thought to be iu Seattle, hut was
located in Duncan last week. He
; ,,. 1 thai he had heen al Duncan
since leaving Ladysmlth over a
month ago.
Sheriff Will Sell.
Tomorrow afternoon at lAUO o'clock
Die   entire   plant   and   a   number    of
ruining   claims   known   as     the     Mt.
".:.-,. i    .md    Yale   Gold   Mining   com-
;.;,;;;.'s   outfit   will   be   sold   at   public
auction   by   Sheriff  Armstrong.    The
outfit   is  said  to  be  a most  complete
one and  the story  told in connection
witl   ii  is like hundreds of others, a
ilsing spol  located for a mine, ..
In  amounl  oJ  development  done
v. ilii good  returns   a company formed
:.;, ;  a   large  o il lag    of capital.    The
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10c per cut
Tenders for a  License to Cut Timber
en Dominion Lands In the  Province
of  British   Colurrbia.
Sealed tenders addressed to the offl : the Commissioner of Dominion
examination papers were Issued   Lands,   Department   of   the   Interior,
the University oi  New Brunswick  an(j marked on the envelope "Tender
with which ih" school is affiliated.        f01   Timber  Berth  N'o.  495,"  will   be
 o  received   at   this    Department    until
l.oon on Wednesday, the 12th day of
September, 1906, for a license to cut
timber on Berth No. 495, situate in
the Province of British Columbia on
Silver River in about Townships 11 and
I. Ranges 25 and 20, West of the Oth
Meridian, comprising two blocks, de
st ribed as follows:
Block 1. Commencing at a polni on
said ii--..;- on the Southerly boundary
'.f Timber Berth ���!������:���, being about ���
i-2 n.il.-- up s;.i.l River from Its
ll ;'!:; thence up said Rlvi r -I
1-2  miles   i-i  direct  distance  with  a
ol   50 chains on  the   Ea
-' le and  70 chains on  the  Wei ti
Ide   hereof,      a   ired at l Igh      i   ���
gi :;��� r |] irlng    I
ock.
encli       '   -
on eaid it 40    chains
���   ���   ��� - -   he I
-    ... a ��� 11-2
miles In din ice with a depth
of 50 chain: i thi ��astei Ij Ide and
"0 . bains   -i   he Wi   ti rlj Bide ther.
. -i. ured ar rlghl angles to the
goneri I   beat Ing  . :   rive ���  wli  In  the
block.    The '���'��� hole < ontains an   irea
���
ol 8,640 acres, more or less.
The survey Is to be ma le witl In
on ' year of reeeipl <;' tend* rs.
The regulations under which a
license will be Issued, also printi .1
forms of tender ami envelope, ma;
obtained at this Department or al the
office of the Crown Timber Agent
at New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an acepted die.pie on a chart-
si red banl; In favor of the Deputy of
ih .Minister of lb" Interior, for the
a;; ount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for a ltcens .
No tender by telegraph will be en-
K--r   1:.-   i
l'l RLEY C. REYES,
Secretin-;.-.
; ��� lartment  of the Interior,
...a. July 27th, 1906]
i
Tl
.hich
vicinity
swing
new  McQuarrie    shingle    mill
was  recently  erected    in  the
of Port  Kells is now in full
an.l   is   turning     out     50,000
shingles per day
',.'������', -' ;���       .'    A'
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B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES  McKAY,  Proprietor,
Importer and manufacturer ot
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones [tc.
Write lor prices.
New   Westminster,   ?.  C
Westminster Iron Works
GENER VL  MAI    HM'I   VNU l-.VilNE
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, BK1UUE and
8TRTJCTURAL IRON    WORK,
Ornamental   Iron   worn,   Including
Fences, 'lares, Fire i-.scat.es, etc.
Mail orders pnd correspondence lr-
���.lied.
JOHN REID,
BEQB1E S'J'KfclUa'.
New  Westminster. f. v. 474.
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NOTICE.
Steamboat Inspection Service.
The examination of the candidates
who bave applied for the position of
Inspector of Hull ami Equipment of
steamboats will take place ;.i the
Steamboat Inspector's Offlce, Vieloria,
!'. C, on August 22nd, 1906.
Deputy   Mil
Fisheries,
F. GOURDEAU,
of     Marine    ami
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TUESDAY, AUGU5
Mi 1306.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Pub-
lebing Company, Limited, at their
iffices corner of Sixth and Front
titreets, New Westminster, B. C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J. C.   Brown R. J.   Burde
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient   displav   advertising,    10
cents per line (nonparlel) 12 lines to   called attention anew to the dangers
the  inch.      Five  cents  per  line   for ��� ,,./ navigation  on  the  west  coast, we
COAST    LIGHTS    AND    LIFEBOAT   this   question   which   we   should   like
STATIONS. to   Bee   fully   discussed     by    persons
it is perhaps a fault of the modern "'���""' competent to deal with it than
newspaper thai In its desire to be the ordinary newspaper man can
"up to date" in all things, it allows hope to be. We ha-re heard it assert-
Important matters whicb have lost "l thai II Is no; correct to describe
their Immediate interest-or, shouhl the Island coasl as ��� a particularly
we say, the sensational spur of thai dangerous one. True, it is a rock-
Interest���to drop out of sight. Some bound shore for the most part, and
months ago, when the deplorable cat-,'' l�� exposed to the full sweep of the
astrophe of the wreck of the Valencia ��� waves rolling in from the broad Pacific. But all mariners know that it
is there, and 'hey should know, ex-
.,,.,   ,,   ,_.,���, i    !(.,|    ,.    !i;.,.M,     ..    ,i,,lt   cept   in  very   rare  cases,
are   near  it.    That   being  the    case
when they
the    case,
lunger   or   safety   is   a   question    of
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices   bold toce type. 20    he   ^   ~ ~ -"    "  -���  nt.e".savin
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 : ��
cents tier line Stations  along that  rockv  shore, but
For   time   contracts,   special   posi-' latterly   one   hears  nothing  about   it,; keeping the vessel from going ashore
tens, apply to advertising manager.     although the danger is there, as*much The impression we    have    gathered
Notices   of   births,   marriages   or | 0|- a menace as ever it  was.    It is | from   what   we   have   been   able   to
learn about the matter is, that a well
Dominion government has-not lost ;'";"1'1 and well handled vessel should
Bight of It, and that preparations are!'"1 able to keep the open sea; that the
making for the erection of a lighthouse at a point jusl a little distance  from   the  place  where   the  ill-
deaths, 50c.   Wants, for sales  lost or ,      ���f ,      to know, however, that the
t'tund, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
word.      No advertisement taken for
lesj than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Business office   22
Editorial  office      17
Manager's residence    277
storms which, from their force, are
to be dreaded in that region, do not
make   the   west   coas;    a   ".lead   lee
fated steamer went ashore.    At other   Shore,"  If that   is  the  proper ex;.res-
points along the west coast, also, new I sl"n
SSBSgfltfiOs!
TUESDAY,  AUGUST  14,  1906.
A  PUBLIC  LOSS.
The  early  death  of James   R.  Gilley.  whose funeral  takes place today,
is   ;
lights   are   in  contemplation,   and  itj "~"         ��            "
Is understood that several will short- Lasi   week,   speaking   on   the     au-
ly be erected, so thai there will soon thoritj   of experienced   men.   we   said
be n  lighthouse service from  the en- that   no   further   big   spurts     of   the
trance of the Straits of Fucs to Cape sockeye run should be expected, and
Scotl   whicb  will  bave little of the the  evenl   has    iroved  thai   the
coasl out
rays.
of  sight   of    the     warning
.11.   lon   was  correct.    The   fish   have
-.-.-:, coming along In small num ers
The question of ilfe-Bavlng -; itlons  ":i  week- and Sunday night  saw no
���: aterlal   Increase.    The   cohoes
beginning to make their appearance.
event   which,   while  it   brings  Is, however, anothei- matter.    Wl   n
���I. R. McDonal 1. parliamentary
' whip" of the labor party in the old
country, is due to arrive In Eastern
deep and lasting sorrow to relatives should such stations be placed? A
and near friends, will have an effect station a considerable distance an ly
extending far beyond his family circle, might have been of use In the case
Not only was Mr. Gilley one of our of the Valencia, where the steamer
leading business men in the sense of beld together for long hours while
being a member of a firm which her passengers looked in vain fori Canada today or tomorrow He in-
carried on considerable undertakings succor; but no life-boat which had ''':'-,ls t0 Iliake a to;"' <���>' the colonies,
and thus promoted the wealth of the any distance to go would have availed and after conferring with labor or-
communlty, bul he was a man whose to save life In the case of the Pass |B&nizattons and politicians in the East,
personal example, both in business af- of Melfort, which was wrecked justjhe will come West an.l sail trbm
fairs and in private life, tended to east of Amphritite Point. One or two Vancouver for Australia. His object
lhe elevation of the moral tone of life-saving stations along the coast,|ls to establish harmony and co-opera-
the city, Upright and honorable in while ihey might of course at any|tion ta the labor party throughout
all his dealings, as he was modest time prove of inestimable value. :he empire. He is due in Vancouver
and unassuming in manner; always might on the other hand be main- about the end of Ue first week in
genial and approachable, he was per- tained  for years without once being  September.
sonally popular; and his public spirit brought into service, through the fact  n ���
and generous temper made him the Iof their situation being at too great a It is stated that the commercial ef-
ready helper of many 'enterprises'distance from any wreck which might fects of the late Tounghusband ex-
which had for their object rather the I occur. It is one thing to maintain pedition to the heart of Tibet are al-
good of the community at large than life-saving stations along a thickly ready becoming manifest. The great
the enrichment of the promoters. The peopled shore, and quite another toi trade highway through the moun-
death of such a man in his prime is keep up such a service, to an extent tains from India to the Tibetan fron-
a public loss, and while all who that would give if a reasonable chance tier has been refurbished, improved,
knew him extend their sincerest sym- of usefulness, along the extended west and extended, and an Increasing
j.athy to bis bereaved family, they coast of Vancouver island, where for traffic is going over it. A proposi-
recognize also that Xew Westmln- mile after mile there is no sign of tion is now on foot for connecting
Bter has lost a citizen whom it could  human habitation. the Indian telegraph system with the
111 afford to  spare. There is a point in connection with   Tibetan   trade   mar's.    A   special  in
quiry Is now being made by one of
the Indian assistant commissioners,
and his reporl will probably he .allowed by other commerce promoting
devices.
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The Victoria papers bave had a Utile "you're another" squabbl oul an
Interview. The reporter Of one of
them had a talk with a minister an.l
printed it, and the other first declared thai no such interview had
taken place: and when it had to
hack down from that position, declared that the talk was not intended for an interview. This sort of
thing keeps on happening from time
to time; and the proper way to,avoid
any trouble is to remember when
talking to a reporter who sees you
In the pursuit of ills daily avocation
thai yon are talking to the public.
I,' you do not want to talk to the
public, say so and the reporter will
bow himself out; if you have anything to say, put il in such a way that U
the knight of the pencil will know1
exactly  what  you mean.
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Kng Edward's Plans.
Vienna.   Aug.   18.���II     is     seml-of-
tlclally    stated   thai   Kin-    Edward,
when lie  leaves  Marlenbad,  wlll be
ihe guesl of Emperor Francis Joseph
at  the Schoenbrunn  Pal ice. Sept, B,
and that he will start on bis journey|
for England Are following day.
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Makes Fatal Mistake.
New York. Aug. 13.���John Mc-
Macken. former labor commissioner
poisoned himself by accldeni al his
home in Livingstone Manor, X. Y..
today and died two hours later in
great agony. Mr. McMacken went to
a medicine ches; in his bathroom
where be took a bottle supposed to
contain medicine, but which was filled with oxalic acid crystals, bought
the day before to cleanse a straw-
bat. He mixed up a dose and swallowed it. All efforts to save him were
unavailing. Mr. McMacken was
spending the summer at Livingston
Manor  with his  family.
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Big Gathering at Montreal.
Montreal, Aug. 13.���The delegates
to the twentieth annual meeting ot
the National Fraternal congress are
In the city, or will arrive within
the next twenty-four hours. Today the
proceedings consisted of welcome
meetings of the various sections of the
rooms of the Inglis building.
The  medical  section  were  welcom
es by Sir William Hindston and
Bishop Carmichael and responses
made by visiting delegates, T. Mill-
man, M. D.. and Vice President Orsen
Millard, M. I).. Susan P. Rose, M. 1),,
the  preside:;',  occupying  Ihe  chair.
The delegates and their families
number about four hundred, representing mosl of the great fraternal
orders of North America
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Visiting   Alberta.
Lethbridge, Alta.. Aug. 13.���Two
hundred excursionists from Utah and
western states arrived last night. The
majority are visiting friends at Stirling, Magrath, Raymond and Cardston.
They appear to be prosperous looking
prospective settlers.
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John Robinson Dead.
St. Thomas, Ont., Aug. 111.���John A.
Robinson, senior member of the law
firm of Robinson & Green, this city,
died Ihis morning at his summer resilience at Port Stanley. Deceased arrived home from England ten days
ago.     While   crossing   the   ocean   he
suffered greatly Iron,
alter  his  return   grew   ; .
He represented  the  P,
railway   ,���   the   appe
council m the matter
tlon of officials of tha
Bank   Teller  Sentenced.
Xew   York,   Aug,   1 ..    , ,
ton,   12  year,  oil.
teller in the National  Pa]
this   city,   today   pleaded      i      ,
giand  larceny in having    ���
from the bank lasi July,
tenced  by  Judge u,,-.'
not   less   than   two.   noi
four  years  in  the stale   ..
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Saloon  Man   Kills  Robber.
Rochester,   X.   V���   Aug    '
unknown  men entered thi
Frank   Randez.ee.   State    and    Smith
streets, this afternoon and   h -,,.,ni-i
$2:.ii.    They  drew  guns | , m
their    demands,    bul   II in . ,
first,  killing one of the
oilier two fled
t" "������
W. R. Gilley, Vnone t-t-z.
J. R. cuiiey, 'Prions tti  '
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents U. O, Pottery Co. sewer pipe, I ti
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-b
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Ciame In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster, B. C.
Win $150 in Gold
Reichenbach Company, Limited
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PRIZE
CONTEST!
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 purchase. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
I IMPORT ANT--All holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 1906, j
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
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Columbia Streel
WHOLESALE AND RETA.5L
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THE DAILt NEWS
THE CASH STORE
WE CAN'T SELL
,,tidoie for dry smoky weather���but   we  can    recommend    a
,. ai   the  seaside���and  sell you the  necessary towels.
While  Turkish,  Brown Turkish,   Real   Linen   Turkish    and    the
famous "Christie's"���linen Turkish made in Manchester, England.
Wi.ite Turkish Towels, with red  borders,  or  brown  with red  and
green;  medium  size, per pair,
25 cents
While Turkish, with red borders ,uid  brown  with  white    and    red
stripes; larger size, per pair, better weight,
35 cents
Pure white Turkish���white with   red   or   brown���with    white    and
. |   tripes;  large size and quite heavy;  , ir   .iir.
50 cents
linen Turkish Towel,,  in brown-   |us thins  lo warm you
.'i.t a plunge; goo 1 large Blze     each,
75c, 50c and 40 cents
Real linen Turl iA. Tow-els. in whi - rl tie' Izes;   good
ties;   each,
85c and 75 cents
I..lies' White ami Cream Cotton   Ve ���; ���!;   sleeves  and  no
sleeves,
12 1-2 cents
S'ill  we're  clearing  out   the   aummei   g i . 1 .��� down   rro  the  prices;
we're giving values every daj now���Mur   Bhould    be    appreciated
-ires on  many  things are down  t> cosl     irices  "ii  other    things
are below  cos;���imt  we don't ,i'.a .  - I iple so���anyway they're
j.iins.
-.���aside Hose tor ladies an.l misses���bla       i   I -. '.' and 9 1-2, formerly lac pair, now pair.
10 cents
I.-dies'   Black   an-i   Tan   Cotton Hose,    with   prettih    embroidered
fronts���in  while,   '.lie.   yellow,   ,  A. ed;   now   pair,
25 cents
es' Black Cotton Hose, full Fashioned   .ni seamless, Hermsdort
with natural  woo! or merino s..!.���-. foi nerlj  35c, now  pair.
25 cents
Local News Briefly Told
Mrs. .1. A. I.ee returned from a Visit
tn Bvereti on lasi night's <;. N. R.
train.
'i'he Schaake machine works ship-
; .-.I on Saturday lust a Sawdust conveyor drive to the Arrowhead Lum-
"i company.
The Delta Agricultural society has
im- unavoidable reasons changed the1
date   of  iis   annual   agricultural   fair I
' i Sept. ^1 and 2^.
Mrs. M. Gowan and  Miss Margaret
Macintosh left yesterday morning for
Porl   Moody,  where  'hey  will  spend'.
: he week at Mrs. Vachon's camp.
Pat Devoy who has heen in the hospital for some time being treated for
blood poi-oning is once more able to
be about the city, He is still very
weak but is progressing very favorably.
After spending about a week in
the Bmmerson Dry Dock, the government snag boat Samson Btarted
out on a snag pulling expedition yes-
lerda: .
'!'... trolley   party  to  English  Hay.
.    - inized   by   the   il.   V    P   11,  of  the
i illvel Baptisl . hurch w is well
, d ronlzed last nl I ;.i the i ar was
comfortabl    tl
Tlie fun..ral ������   Thorn erh iuse,
wim die I lasi Saturda il 1. ingley
from   an    tl :' dropsy,  will take
ii ,��� toda; al Lang ey Tie- deceased
v as 63 ;������ ; - ������' ge, aud .��� .'��� Her ly
11 . le
A gang of ( entera left yesti r lay
morning d ; the irpose luilding
a number of cottages I n the mill-
hands al the Fraser River mills. The
work  is expecte I   to   �� complete  In
;,   few   liars.
s ime time this w> ek the re-flo -"-
ing of Uie C. P. R. wharf will be
commenced The planks at some
points have been wearing pretty thin
and the need of new planking has
.e.-n apparent for some time past.
.1. c. Brown goes to Bellingham this
,-. ning to be present ii the meet-
!.." of the B. C. and vVashlngton fisheries commissions. The object of the
meeting is simply the Inspection of
fishing operation-. The international
conference will i.e held in Vancouver
later.
The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth
Chald, of Port  Ke'.ls, took place yes-
ese Corde
������ 35c for,
Wash  Silks,
pink
III 1    | ale
bl ;���'.   20   inch.'.-   wide,
20 cents
ianese Silks, In pongee coloi    wl   i   i lesed   dots,   65c,   for,
35 cents
iei  Blouses, going now at clearanci s, there's hardly space
ere ... describe them  accurately,   bul   they're  of   white  Awn  and
ly, lighl  i   lored  percale and   chambraj     and    Mack    lawn���
trimmed  with  Insertion lace  and  tucks:   $1.25  for 75c,  $1.7".
I $2.00 for $1.25, $2.7:. for $1.95, $3.50 for $2.45.
T. H. Smith
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
Come ln and see our assortment of the famous
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Eaton-Hurlbut
Stationery
which arrived a short time ago.     A;,       , \   ,
tt Is swell. V'--.: '""^'.i
1.1. MAY & CO., %   V>
BOOKSUURS AND SIATIONtRS
Phono 157.
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DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
adMfo  , DIAMONDS!
MCi-' mm     ' Largest Stock in the Cty.
'W-A?"���" A \ '                            Mounted    In   .any   Style    you   Desl
-i'i'A*.":.  ���:.,���..,..: 	
T�� n.��j��5te '."���''.     ..';'V Come and Inspect Them,
- W. C. Chamberlm
S^jlMt a    i    The Jeweler,     ���     Columbia St
terdaj afternoon at the Masonic
Ci .���'.;;. the Rev. A. .1. Brace of-
ficiatlng. The leceased, was mi years
of age, and came here from Newfoundland. She had been living with her
daughter, Mrs. Kendal, for the last
few years.
.1. Gollken, of Morden, Manitoba,
le al present taking a holiday trip
along the Pacific coast, and while on
his way to Seattle, was in the city
vesterday. During the last few days
bfc has been making an inspection
of the land around the Delta, and
appears to be well satisfied with
what he has seen. Before going back
to the prairie province, he intends
to make an extended tour through
Oregon.
Work on the (I. X. It's new prem-
Isi s js being pushed along as rapidly
as the material can be secured. The
work is being somewhat delayed by ;
lhe fact that the Royal City mills
cannot secure the right kind of timber
from which lo make the heavy planks
which are used as the foundation of
the .' b irf. The wesl half of the
freight sheil. 50x100 has already beeu
; Ised, ami the remaining section, the
same si;;e, will be raised in a day or
two.
Mrs Goss, who witb her .laughter,
ms 1 ���. \ Islting her a ... Mrs. .lohn
Starrati of Ash streel for the past few
weeks returned yesterdaj to her home
in Sai Pi incls ��� Mr-. Starrat.1 was
among the number who experienced
the earthquake and h husband is
still in business there. The shock
which ruined so many only succeeded in smashing the breakable goods
In iheir home and business place and
the fire stopped as ll reached the
block in which they lived.
G. H. Hughes of the well known
firm of Hughes Bros.. Vancouver, was
in the city last evening on business.
A large number of Vancouver peo-.
pic rook in the Ramor.a's weekly excursion to Pitt lake yesterday. There
were also a large number of local
lie on board and the boat was
i imfortably filled. The visitors on
their return expressed themselves as
being delighted with their trip. The
country traversed and the beautiful
Bridal Veil falls especially called forth1
their enconiums.
t~
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
of 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. |
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Reduced Prices
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I Ladies' Blouses and
Shirtwaist Suits I
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! The White House)
t  A. J. BIRTCH. 275 Columbia St. 1
*s*'sf:MV*"f:MVs*v'.*s*'M'M'M^^
Special Clearance
Sale of Shirts
Our regular good
values ��� $1.25, $1.50
and $2.00���to clear the
store,
Arranging Ball Game.
An effort Is being made to bring
together two local teams of ball
players who will 'play a game at.
Queen's Park nexi Wednesday evening, lr was a; fir.-t suggested thai
��� .. g .. ��� shoul I ' e played in the
afternoon, >ul owing to tire facl that
si vera! of the players are unable to
have work until six o'clock, ll was
decide I that the game should be pull-
e I off in the evening. It Is Intended
io ios> the lirsi ball al six-thirty, and
to limil the g ime to seven or less
Innings. The teams have not yet been
decided upon.
Murphy Finds Lodging.
.lohn Murphy, a recent arrival from
Seattle, was found by Officer
S iphens on Fron; s reel lasi night
in a drunken stupor. He was taken
to the police station, where he revived sufficiently to give his name
and last address. Ke ..'.- i volunteered the Information thai he was a
machinist, but as he had no mi nej
or tools, the police are ral her incline.;
to think that he is jusl an ordinary
bum,
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New   Saw   Mill   Outfit.
The capacity of the Royal City mills
has been augmented by the addition
of a complete new saw- mill outfll
with a capacity of 'Ja.OOO feet per
day. A new sped for the reception of
the new machinery has heen erected
adjacent to the old one and the plant,
nhich. was supplied hy the Schaake
machine works will soon be In full
operation,
Funeral of Alfred Walton.
The funeral of the late Alfred Walton of Porl Moody look place yes
terday afternoon, The remains were
Interred at the ten eery at Sapper-
i m in the | resence of a very large
concourse of friends, 'i he servo e v as
, on imi.'; bj Rev, U. W. Houghton,
rector of St, Barnabas i have!;.
Mr,   Cren."!   Enjoyed  Trio.
The Ramona' ��� usual weekly trip to
rm lake yester lay ivas patronla d I
..   lane  numl i r  ol   pe. pie,   the  ma-
i ritj being f om Vancouver.   Among
i. se   who  made   the  trip  from  I il
, ity, was John Cn an, ot the Gulch n
hotel,  who   wen;   bb  the  represi uta-
live of the board of trad i, In ai cord-
mice  v. ll !i   ;   dei i Ion  arl Ived  ;.:.  at
losi We In    ay's mi itlng.   Mr C i
was '    :   night,   after   his   re
turn,        ���      ���'<.���   N'e ��� a i��������� lorter, an I
',,.,.    e      I   lilti self delighted
,    ii the the accommodation |
, de i dui he    lourney,   The
li;n<b     ervi       n     ' '���<'d    api e ih '���
strongly to Mr. Crean's epicurean
taste-., and he is certainly a con- j
nolsseur in the culinary line. He
also had a word of praise to give to
the steward, Frank Latta, who gave
splendid satisfaction 'o everyone on
board, was most attentive to his
duties and obliging to an extreme.'
The Vancouver people who took In
the trip were delighted with the
beautiful scenery along the route, an 1
several of them expres-ed 'heir determination to repeat the trip in the
in ar future.
50c
Sizes 14' to 17i
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
CLOTHIER
MUSIC  STUDIO  OPENED.
The   Dominion   Music   Company   Has
Opened a Studio in the Holmes
Block.
We   have   competent   teachers   for!
advanced  studies with  violin,    piano.
voice, flute, cello, string, bass, mandolin, guitar and banjo.
Our  school  system  Is  heartily  en-
I irsi I
musicans,    teachers    and
lealers of Instruments.      We    invite
your  enquiry  and  investigation.
Parents are made welcome at time
of children's studies.    Pupils range in
age  from  S  to  43  years.    We  teachi
from the most reliable works.
A fine display of instruments given
with   tuition   is   to   he   seen   in   Cuili- ���
ming's store on Columbia street.
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cake Icing
Chocolate, Pink, White. Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple and Coconut Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PORE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
Boarding House for Sale���15 rooms
completely furnished and at present all occupied. Apply Box 501,
City.
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted room,
suitable   for   an   offlce.     Apply   toj
Chas, (I. Major.
Advertise  In   The   News
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t Onc Whole Week of Fun.   Baseball and   Other Sports
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THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, AUGUST 14,
1908.
An  Unofficial
Ssunt
"By   Grant   Otacn
Copyright,  1908, I ���;.   P. C.  Boatmen!
The little parlor v Ith its haircloth
furniture, its gaudy rag carpet, its
stuffed birds and iis Impossible chromes was a dismal pine :,i best, but
huh- with the double row of chairs slill
ranged stiffly about the sides of it and
the feeble light of an unshaded kero-
Bene lump emphasizing all iis barren
ugliness it seen.cd u veritable desert
of n room.
Snrnli Biddle sat primly erect on the
sofa, lier black bordered handkerchief
crushed between her hnnds. She wns
vaguely resentful of this unwonted
solitary dignity she was forced to
maintain, she wanted m be out In the
kin hen washing dishes. This sitting
still with folded bands like a visitor in
one's own house was in nowise pleasing to lur. I ut she realized that tonight Ml h'llst il was expected uf her.
nud Sarah was rJ61 nne of those intrepid sniiis who can throw- conventionality to the winds.
it wns nil over, The last mourning
relative- fortified by the ample posi
funeral supper 1.1 1 con I led with her.
wept with her and departed tralnward.
The only - lund to bn uk Hi 1 tillni ss
wns the clatter of dlsbv ashing nl the
kitchen sink, where 1 v 1 ��� inpathetlc
neighbors plied their dish towels and
discus id fli ��� late s 1 1 function very
minutely.
Sai ah nun" l unea til 1 on tbe sofa.
No one coul I wash dishes t 1 suii her:
she would ': ive to do them ill over
tomorrow before she p il th ni away.
She ached to ir-t nt them now, uot
only to Im-. e Ihem done properly, but
to relieve the strain of this unwonted
activity. '; bis, bowe' er, wns clearly
Impossib ��� ��� ��� rdlug I 1 the precedent
of the co nmnulty. To hnve 11 mind for
household duties before the morrow
would savor 1 ." callousness.
She heard tlie gate latch click and
then the sound of heavy f lotsteps coming up the gravel walk. She leaned
forward, listening Intently, Any diversion Would he welcome to her tense
nerves. Presently the front door
opened  softly  nnd  wns  softly  closed.
\U   111
v ^m*m in
__ \ CP fcfcL \'',-r.:E
of the best mi".-,," be said siuv-dlly,
"��mi it made ibe mad thai thej didn't
tell  the other side of it   thai  you are
01 f  the   best   women.   Didn't   you
give up everything for him? Where
bave yon been for tbe past ten years}
Nowheres. What bave you done all
that time except take 'nre of him?
Notbln'. Ain't you suffered an* been
patient? Didn't you give up the man
you loved bo you could spend all your
time takin' care of your father? Sarah,
if 1 v.as g i��n' to 1 ame .1 regular suint
on earth I'd name you!"
It was n long Bpeech for Seth Car!
ton t" make. He Bat back In the chair,
rather surprised ai his own statement
of bis feelings.   Sarah smiled feebly.
"It wurii't so much as you miike out,"
the protested.
He grunted. "Didn't it mean nothin'
to ymi that night, ten years back, when
you t -Id mc you could never marry me
so long as he lived'.'"
The color spots brightened in ber
cheeks.
"I lidn't il?" be persisted.
"Yes," ^iie admitted slowly.
"An'  hasn't   it  meant  somethln'  all
them len years?"
Bhe nodded her reply, for her eyes
brimmed with tears and there was a
lump in her throat.
"T.iik about patience an1 gufferin' an'
saints on earth!" be exclaimed. "Them
foil aln'l g 'i eyes ii gee beyond their
11 ������ 1 s That's what made me pro-
v iked."
Ho r ise and stalked up nnd down the
ro ;n.   At las! be paus il ' ef ire ber,
"'. rjii've bei n ;i sail 1 u' :' It about
: iugh," he Bald; "you've done
your duty���more'n doue It���an' I've
waited for you for ti n iu -: un lalntly
years, S iw, nexl r turd ly I want
you"���
"Not s) 1- ion at th it, Seth," she
begged.
"Next Sntur lay." he     : 1 Inexorably.
".'.!;��� '.'. e'l] : 1 un to Wn     ' ""ii mr stay
-.' to New \      . .  .' to I'liila-
ly,    Your saintin'  days  nre over.
it's time you hnd n chni ce to be just
....      man for awhile."
"I can'!   not so soon," she protested.
"Did 1 '-ny 11 word ilurin' them ten
years?" be asked.
She shook her head.
��� 1 luin't that ougbl to count for some-
thin'?"
"Yes, 1 suppose it bad; but, Seth"���
tie smiled almost grimly as he played
his trump card.
"I've bought the tickets," he said
gently.
Suddenly she began 11 weep without
restraint. He watched her in silence.
Intuitively he knew that these wen
not tears of sorrow. Alter a time be
snt beside her on the sofa and awkwardly stroked her hair.
"Y'ou ain't golu' to know what care
or sorrow is if I can help It," be declared.    Unconsciously be had   raised
bis voice.
"Hush���oh, busht" she whispered
"They'll hear yon out In the kitchen.
Mis' .lines an' Mis' Parsons are out
there washln' dishes."
"Think 1 care If they do?" be said
defiantly. "1 ain't a mite ashamed of
it.    Are you r"
She lifted b( r eyes to his nnd smiled.
It was a wonderful smile, Somehow
the room seemed to lose much of its
desolation, even as her face lost its
many traces of years and patient suf
fering.
TU be ready Saturday," she said.
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Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street;
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Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
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Residence:
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i give   their  patrons   an   excellence   of
'service not obtainable elsewhere.
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F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
��20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
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
No. 194, comprising the Wes; half of
Set lon 26, Township 5, ll.inge 7,
West of the 7th 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 which a license will be Issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
offlce of the Crown Timber Agent at
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bunk 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 thfc license.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Depigment of the Interior, Ottawa,
June 23, 1906.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
',,
Two    fast    tran Bcont 1
with dining cars and  thr
and   first-class   sleepers  .1
Atlantic Express leave
Imperial   Limited,   leave '17.'..,,
I oronto
Cheap Excursion to Tc
and Return. &q.
Sept. 8,9, & 10  $04.15
Good till Nov. 30th.
or
ED. GOULET,
C P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger   Arm*
Vancouver. "   '���
+ ��* m^t..^t^t.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Trains & Steamers
British  Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change without uotlae.)
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.
C. P. R. MAIN LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7.23 daily.
Ltave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
'Arrive New Westminster 10.30 daily.
Arrive  New Westminster  19.10 daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. W. 7.2:., Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv, Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION*.
Lv.   N.   VS.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19,25.
Ar.  N.  W.  9.15,  10.30,  19.10,  20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 6.20 a. in.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. x. w. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle -1 p.m
Lv. x. 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. &
-VANCOUVER
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at
Lv.
Lv.
1 p. m.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE,
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m.
on Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO RQUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Sat-
"II   I   WAS   OOIN1   TO   NAME   A    RBOTJIiAB
KAIM' ON  LA1IT11 I'll NAMB YOU."
She was aware that some one bad tip-
to.'d clumsily into the room, She looked up to find a pair of good natured
eyes regarding her whimsically.
"Good evenln', Seth." she said without rising.   "Won't ymi set down?"
Seth Carlton selected a straight
backed chair in the front row, jerked
It forward and Bai down awkwardly.
"1 rim nver to see bow you was get-
trn' on," be espial! ed.
"Oh, nicely!" sh'' replied. "Everybody's been so good. An', Seth, 1
want  ii',..- ..;. 5  iu ;   ���   ."
"\V!     ; ;���'.-" be d<     1 di d brusquely,
'i    * all yon 'dot <���."   aid   ' e,    ;
up   th    lied; loi kin'   after  the
bur-.-- to beln' one of the bear
ers." Slu 1 use I n moment. "Don't
yo . ihlnk evi rythlng passed off
well";      iu .    ;< il,
IL- nodded nbRtractedly. Ile appear-
e I lo be :   ������.:���.. di 1 ply,
"Sarah," be bh d al length, looking at
her n uh thai penetration of gaze Bhe
ulvi aj s foun I rather disconcerting,
"do you know : w.i-i sort of provoked
today V"
"PtOVOked?"     There   were   surprise
and wonder and disbelief in her voice,
"';������;-. provoked," he repeated flatly,
Her eyes questioned bim, but Bbo
waited silently tor hlm to go on,
"I was llstenin' to what lots Of them
folks bad to say to you today," be resumed slowly. "I heard 'cm talkin'
nbout bis siil'fi rin' an' Ids patience. I
beard one of 'em say be was a regular
saint mi earth."
"Wasn't be?" Her tunc was very
'.'Ulin. but there was a bint of dial-
��agt >c /).
"I'd i* the las! one to deny it," said
he, "Imi what made me provoked was
thai them folks only looked at one side
of it. There warn't none of 'em that |
spoke of your sufferin' or your pa-
tience."
She was silent. Her hands were nervously twisting nnd untwisting the
black bordered handkerchief. A spot
<>r color came Into either cheek.
''Mind. I know your father was ot��e '
The  Tyrant.
The well Intentloned man overheard
two women talking together in a tram
car. and be immediately let down the
portals of bis cars, for the well Intentloned man always goes about with a
lifelong hunger In bis heart t > busy
himself wiih the affairs of other people.
'I tell you be is a perfect tyrant,"
kniil woman No. 1.
"I   have  no  doubt  of  It,"   said   the 1 urday at 2:30 p. m
other.
"I will listen to this poor woman's
tale," though! tbe well Intentloned
man. "and perhaps 1 may be able to
F.xsist the poor soul."
'Yes, he is a regular tyrant and
(lespot. He has no mercy on me whatever. He rules the whole house like a
czar."
"Of course be does," said woman
No. 2.
"I shall have to offer mr services tc
this poor, downtrodden woman,"
thought the well Intentloned man.
"Yes, be rid over the whole of us
rough! hi 1, ' I sometimes, win n br
gets on lh  ��� ��� . ; breaks everything l.e ei   . '.ay li in      oil."
"Mad 11        nil well Intentloned
mnn.   win could   ���; .rd   ii   no   longer,
"madam, my   er 1 nl your dis
posal,    I '���' 11  ��� go I 1 J t:i h  ;.' ��� and in
teri ���   Li;   ur tyi innieal husband."
' II    ain't   my  1 rid al   all.   you
Blmtdet ;.." na] - -. woman No. 1.
"ii> s my 1 '-monl old b iby bless
his prei Ions little soul!"   Tlt-Blts.
N. W. 3 p.m. and 9.35 p.m.
Vancouver s..;.:, a.m., and -I p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
W.   9.20  a.m.;   ar.  Guichor,
Lv.   N
2.20 p.m.
Lv.  Guichon  2.40  p.m.;   ar.  N.  W.
9.35 p.m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.  New Westminster
50,  6.50,  1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv.  Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. en 1st, Beaver
7th, 19th and 20th of each month fot! ��rom N- w- Mon- Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.
Ashousit and way points; leaves Vic From ^hwk' Tu" Th" Sat" 7 a'm'
toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and ' K'rr;(";il '
way points. Leaves Victoria on 20tb
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
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
Steamer Transfer ' 3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Leaves   New   Westminster  on   Mon       A<1'1' trJP< Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
fiithet���
From N'.W., Wed. and Mon.. 7 a.m.
day,  Tuesday,   Wednesday,  Thursday
and Friday at 3 p. in. and Saturday
at 2 p. n.. wiih .1.'. Iltional trip v.n Monday ai ."i a. in.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday am! Saturday at
7 a. in.; Friday at 6 a. m. addltioi.
till) Saturday ."   p.  m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Sun.
.m.)
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
,-p->-iri:t !��   Believing,
a  drastii   md bij lily successful sur
gic enl ly  carried  out  by
a French 1 -: - I.t . luse I 11" emi of
'all. in Paris. A woman suffering from
iic.'-.-ors trouble* was convinced thai
tin- sympl i:nn wire produced by a liz
ard which -la- felt crawling about
in her stomach, sin- insisted thai
she recalled perfectly having swal
lowed the animal when young In
slaking her thirst at a brook.
After drugo and dieting had failed tc
work any relief Pr. ltichelot bad an
idea. He remembered how the surgeon
Velpeau treated a peasant who though!
Iw bad swallowed an adder. So be proposed to liis patient to deliver her of
her unwelcome guest by a serious op
writ ion and bad her enter the Hopltal
Cochin, Then the doctor secured a fine
large, living lizard. Having put tb��
woman under tbe Influence of ether, hni Asst. Gen, Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
opened her stomach and Immediately j. \\*. TROUP,
rowed it up again.   When she regained j     General SuiiCrJntendent, Victoria.
consciousness he showed her lbe lizard, -yV. H. GARDINER,
The sight effected a cure and tbe pa-1      0en  Ageut>' Fr'eignt n^t.,
tlent made a pel of the animal. , Kew Westminster.
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas.10 pm. 8.20 p.m.
Sap'n ic Millside. .10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Leaves   New   Westminster,  S   a.   m.   Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.m
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridavs.    ; Cloverdale, Blaine,
Loaves Chllllwack 7 a. m. Tuesday, L.^A^fw" V. *fn uft    3'8�� "���"''
,   _ .     . ���,        A   "an. &. Cent. Pa:k...l0..!0 a.m.    2 p.m.
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
landings   between   New   Westminster _ East Burnaby  1.15    1.10 p.m.
and Chilliwack. ; Steveston,  etc   1.30 11.m. 10.30 a.m.
East, v'.a C. P. R...4.45 pm.    7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. P.. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
s- s- Tee�� Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m.   7.10 p.m.
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd Van. & Burnaby. .3.30 p.m.   6.00 p.m.
and   16th  of  each  month,  calling  at I Tlmberland, Tues.,
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola ;    Friday   12.00 m.   12.00 m.
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,
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
cf British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Timber and Mines Branch, Department of the Interior, and marked
on the envelope "Tender for Timber
Synopsis   of    Canadian    Homestead Regulations ....
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, in ' ������ homesteaded by inny pi
son wl 0 Is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter sei tl a of
1C0 acres, more or less.
Ilrr. ��� m isi be ma le person lly al
the local land office for the- district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(il At least six months' residence
upi n 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 requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
Ol If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W.W.CORY.
Deputy Minister oi the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
fcr.
NOTICE    IO   CONTRACTORS
TENDERS FOR  RAILWAY TIES
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, marked on the envelope
"Tender for Ties, 1900," will be received ut the office of the Commis
sioners of the Transcontinental Ra
way at Ottawa, until twelve o'clock
noon, of the 12th day of .1 lly, 1906,
for five hundred and thirty-five thou
sand (535,0110) Railway Ties in accordance with the specifications of
the Commissioners.
Sealed Tendei s addressed lo the
undersigned, marked on the envel pe
"Tender for Ties, 1907," will also be
received as above until twelve o'clock
noon, of the 4th day of September !
1906, for one million and ten thou-
1 sand (1,010,000) Railway Ties, iu a
cordance with the specifications 1 ;
the Commissioners.
Tenders must    be    made    on    the i
forms supplied by the Commissione"5 I
which,   is well as tho   specification-,
may be obtained   on   application    to
Hugh D. Lumsden,   Chief   Engineer
Ottawa, Ont, to A. E.   Doucet,   Dis-1
trict Engineer, Qpebec, P, Q., or to
A.   u.   llodgins,   District   Engineer,
Kenora, Ont,
Full information in regard to dollv _
eries required is given on form of!
tender.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender
and witnessed.
Tho successful tenderers will be
required to sign a contract in form
satisfactory to ihe Commissioners
and to furnish an accepted cheque on
a chartered bank of Canada, payable
to the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway for a sum equal
to ten per cent. (10 per cent) of the
amount of the tender, as security for
the due and faithful performance of
the contract.
No tender for less than five thousand ties will be considered.     '
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By Order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary
Tho Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway,
Dated at Ottawa, June 20th. 1900
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE Wa/
V. W. & Y. RY
Dail NEW
Leav- WESTMINST1 I
I'lriian. Blaine, Belling
���1:35 pm ham       Burling   -
ton,   Mt,   Vei
rum,     Eve 1 '
Se ttle        aud
|Portland.
1:35 pm Spokane,      Rt,
Paul     md    alll
points  East.
B.20 am Anaeoi ;     ,
Woolley,     and
[ftockport.
8:00 pm Vancouver
9: 55 pm
-1
I
I
I
El
1
Lv.     Now     V
ii lirliuii 3:50 p. ;n.  \r. Guichor
f.  p.   in.,   Monday,   Wi
Fri lay.
v!5 a. in   ar. from Gu
9:30 a. m. l.v, for Vain-
Route of the Famou -
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Dnily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, Sr. Paul, Minni
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, Bt.
Louis and  all  points East.
For     complete     infom
rates,   berth   reservation,   ei
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of I'mume; <,; liuiMing
New  We.-,;minster, it. C
S. Q. YERKES, A. G. P. A..
Coi nor Second Avenue ;.���
lumbia St., Seattle, Wash.
j Northern Pacific:
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rati
Quick Time. Excellent Si r      ,
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS MAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Tup
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent.
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
A. G.    A
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. VT1   A
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON
I AIRBANKS,    Daily  tra
Sunday), carrying   passengei
express    and    freight    CO!
stages at Carcross and White I
maintaining a through winter
For information apply to
J.  Ii.  ROGERS, Traffic  Man .
Vancouver.
H.  C
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The  only all  rail  route  between  -
points east, west and south to R'
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Greal
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. K.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Lan
adian  Pacific  Railway  for   Boundary
Creek points. ...
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    W��n
stage rSily for Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   betwei
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    in.
tgot.
Leave
9.20 am.
12.25 p.m.
Q.40 a.m.
Day Train Arr:v<
..  Spokane 7-IS I"1
..Rossland  ....4-'�� P-"
...Nelson  6-45 P-"1'
H. A. JACKSON. TUESDAV, AUGUST   14.  1906.
ft*,
THE DAILY
PROFESSIONAL
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HITESroB &
;,,,- and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
miumbia  street,   New   Westmiuster.
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M"
I i j  P. HAMPTON BOLE, solid-
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,  Hank of Commerce build-
1 T| dumbla Btreet, opposite post-
Ace   New   Westminster.    Money to
loan-
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On the Famous
F. CRAKE.
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Aoquired a through  knowledge of the
business in England with lo  years   experience.   Later was 7 years manager
! the  claim  each  year  or  paid  to  the
'.mining recorder in lieu thereof. When |
$500 has been  expended or paid, the
tor  may,  upon  having  a survey
) made and upon complying with other
I requirements,   purchase   the   hind   at .
$1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the _
Minister   of   the   Interior   to   locate
claims containing iron and mica, alio
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
Humor and Philosophy
B;   DUNCAN   M.  SMITH
MARTIN WEAR! & McQUARBEB,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Of
aces' New Westminster, Trapp Bit,
A,-,,,- Clarkson and Lorne sl reels.
&ver,rooms21to24.44BGran-
Ee street.   Jjaeph Martin. K. C	
�� Wea.t, W. o. McQuarrle, 11. A.
Bourne Mr. Martin will be in th)
Westminster offices every Friday af
ternoon
"Oriental Limited"
LOW    EXCURSION    RATES
TO ALL EASTERN   POINTS
H0\v\Y, ItKID & BOWES, Barristers solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
,,..,���,, opposite Court House, New
Westminster.   J- H. Bowes, P. 0. Box
211-
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.
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocel
GBOROE D. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum-
Ml ,,':,! McKenzie stn
minster, fl- (;.
New West-
SECRET   SOCIETIES
ONION LODGE, NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
regular    meeting   of   this
j. |.   . on the Fli .1 Wednesd     li
V;i. al  ��� o'clock p. m.. in
Masonic   Temple.    Sojou
i   :    cord   II:   invited to at-
in-, w. A. DeWolf .:
Sc retary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, NO. 17. A.
p & \. M. Reg ilar communli i
tioi of this lodge are held on the
| Tuesday in eai b month in
-,' onic Temple, at 8 p. m. V all
I,.. rethren are cordially Invited
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
Shingle and Saw Mill IMerchant Taihr I
Machiner
��������>
���y
tsssW
The Schaake Machine
New Westminster, B.
Works, Ltd.,
of the watch repairing department of area not exceeding 160 acres.
Savage,   Lyman    &    Co.,     Montreal,      The   patent   for   a   mining  location
Henry Kirk's business manager part of  shal,  proviue   for  tlle   payment  of  a
Royalty of J'A per cent, of the sales
of the products  of  the  location.
I'I.ACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N. \Y. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are too feet square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being ioo
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back-
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. VV. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain 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 mtined to the
submeri id beds or bars    f the river
below  any  low   water  mark,  ami   sub-
fi r first year and $io per mile for each
!���: >; a'- j    ial
Still Doing Business at tne Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
Colurr.bis  Street.
Full line of Eng Ish, acotco and Irish
tweed   and worsteds always in stock
- ring stoc
elei tlon.
mi-.i   In.    Ma ke  vortr
c.
ROYAL  CITY  PRECEPTORY, No. 459
r.  ii.  K. of  I.,  u: s  second  and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. m., in Orange hall, corner of
Roj il avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited i" attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;    K.  B. Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1150
���Meeis in Orange hall first and
third Friday iu each month at 8 p.
in. Visiting brelhren are cordially
Invited to aitend. E. E. Matthias,
w. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
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Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU        ,        C.
I, 0. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. S. .J. May,
N. 1;.,   W. C. C'oatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. 6. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
Bank of        !
Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1811.
Incorporated   by   art   or   parliament
CAPITAL (All paid up),..Ji4,UUU,u00
RF.SrAlV;-'.   FLAND STU.UOO.OOO
It.
Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal, G.C.M.G.. ..Hon  President
ilon. Sir G. A.  Drummond, President
E.   S.  Clouston,   Vice  President  and
General Manager.
General banking business transacted.
llranches in ali the principal cities
In Canada, ln London, Lng., New
fork, Chicago, and St. JOttn, Mid.,
and correspondents in all parts of the
wi rid
Royal Bank
of Canada
Li-,ital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,152
Total   Assets 53b,3/:J,S/t>.
Branches and correspondents In
all the principal cities ot tne world.
General  banking business transacted.
SAVINGS  DEPAKI MfclNI.
$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.
FT.    "   OF   COLUMBIA     LOCGE    No. ^ 0  r-n^^i-        1        ������I iFI^J I     F~^s/'
. sons of England, b. s.- Savings Bank Dept. J # ||Ll^ll-I- ���
subsequent  year,
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shrill not exceed .'5o feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek or
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. All other placer claims:
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims   are   marked   by   two   legal
posts,  one  at  each   end. bearing  110-
; tices.    lintry must be obtained within
ten   days   if  the   claim   is   within   ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
i One extra day allowed for each addi-
; tional 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    shail    be
 i charged the  rest of the party ordin-
���~    ��� " I ary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10.     Royalty at the rate
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal  of two and one-half   per cent, on the
of Minerals on Dominion Lands ini value  of the  gold  shipped  from  the
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, j eet to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a 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
JUST WEATHER.
Sinn a sons 1 1  *   ither���
Often a ml m
Taki ���, altos '   ���
Th. re's a lot at It
it 11    the gantlet, ti .:y,
When It la on deck,
And poor moi I il�� 'luly
Get li ia the ni 1 ir.
in the summer Beason
Roasts ui to a turn,
Thinks for some strange reason
\v.' were mode to burn;
l'uts us on the grl Idle
Like a sli. [ g un,'
Ami proceeds to fiddle
While we teed the flame,
In the winter section
Of the blooming year
Alwayi makes 1 onneotlon
With B toe er ear.
Biting every member
In a way that Btlngl
That we may remember
It is running things.
Alv ij ��� coax .1 fellow,
v.t have understood,
From his umbrella
*\ hi a  '.'pm look spi good;
Thi ���     iu start I 1 thunder.
II mdtng him 1 our worst;
'l'l '   ��� 111   Un I'T,
Bul you -   ���  first.
Couldn'l iu,
Noi   n 1 .--ii
!���' :
Bomi
Have - It.
For It's J
Bul
v d iys.
Seemed Thut ^X',iy.
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REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnnis.
First Class Meals at all Hours,
English, Japanese and ( hinese  Styles.
From 1 5c. up.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
"Whal is bis business"!
"He Is an insulting engineer."
"Tou mean a consulting engineer."
"Possibly, but I just went Inside and
politely asked bim to buy a book, and
be ordered a husky attendant to throw
me out."
H.s Wile's Hat.
One of the stock jokes witb which
man���the mean, horrid thing���amuses
himself is iu sighing because he cannot
buy a farm and an automobile on account of the expense be is put to buying bis wife new hats.
To hear him delivering his favorite
free lecture on this subject one might
think that be made a practice of buying a flower garden lid for Ids better
half once a week and maybe once a
day during the rush season. That, clear
unmarried feminine readers, is about
as far from the truth as John L. Sullivan ls from the presidency.
The average man ls doing mighty
well If he buys his spouse a bit of millinery every two years. The rest of
the time she Axes tlie old one over, and
be raves over it and pronounces It better than new. Thai Is because be is u
foxy gentleman, but be doesn't fool tbe
neighbors or bis wife's relations.
I - Ro e Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
. White Ri ae Di gree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
lime and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially invited. B. B. Stinch-
combe, Pres., H. Disney, Secretary.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G.  C.   Eryrr.nor.   Manager.
Manufacturer of
A free miners certmcate is granted j output after it exceeds $10,000
for one or more years, not exceeding:     Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
five, upon payment in advance of $7-501 Six leases of five miles each may be
per annum for an individual, and from
Junk and Second-hand   Mineral Waters, Etc.
Store
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month at S o'clock, in the small
hall. Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brelhren are cordially invited to attend. .1. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���The reeular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at a p. m. In Ihe Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordialy invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P, Maxwell, Sec.
Highest prices paid for second-hand
goods, junk,   bottles,  rubbers,  brass,
copper, old shoes and all metals; also
old clothes, etc.   write or call.
S.  BROWN,
Front Stret,  New Westminster.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
$50 to $100 per annum for a company, j 20 years; also renewable
according to  capital. fhe lessee's right is confined to the
A free miner, having discovered 1 submerged bar or bars in the river
mineral in place, may locate a claim below low water mark, that boun-
1500x1500 feet by marking out the dary to be fixed by its position on the
same with two legal posts, bearing |Ist day of August in the year of the
location notices, one at each end of I date of the lease,
the line of the lode, or vein. The   lessee   shall  have   one   dredge
The claim shall be recorded within | in operation within two years from
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles j the date of the lease, and one dredge
of a mining recorder's office, one ad- j for  each  five  miles  within  six  years
He Shrinks.
"Why are the hours after 12 called
the small hours of the night?"
"Because a man feels so small when
granted to a free miner for a term of! he comes bome and tries to explain to
bis wife why be stayed out."
"He  Is  sa
Decision.
from  eating  too  much
spring chicken."
"Out on a fowl.'
ditional   day   allowed   for   every   additional  ten   miles  or  fraction.     The
fee for recording a claim is $5-
At least $i���� must be expended on
..���.T'tBMW
flOVAL  HA
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THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet, every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., In Oddfellows'
Hall. Columbia street, Visiting
Brethren are cordially Invited to attend. .1. S. Bryson, S. C; J. McD.
Campbell, Sec.
80NS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191,���Meets on tbe First and
Third Tuesday of every month In
K' Of P. Hall. .lohn McNlven,
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows
Becond Wednesday of each month
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, Maj
August and November, at. 8 p. ni
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at anv monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. White. Sec.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
��� olumbla St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
Part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling j
Wire 'Phone 185.       Burp i'Done 137
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 ls a specialty, not merely a bye-produet
of a packing house like many meat extracts.
BOVRIL LIMITED
LONDON, England, and MONTREAL, Canada
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 I
each   separate   river,  creek  or   gulch, j
but the  same  miner  may  hold  any!
number  of  claims  by   purdiase,   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   ��.reek,   gulch   or   river,   by |
giving notice and paying a fee.
Work   must   be   done   on   a   claim j
each year to the value of at least $200.
A   certificate   that   work  has   been |
abandoned,  anad  open  to  occupation ,
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. They protect
their trains by the Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum,  and  the minister may reserve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such   period   as   he   may  decide,   the
length of which shall not exceed three
I times the breadth.    Should the prospector  discover  oil   in   paying  quan-
I tities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an  area not exceeding 640
acres, including the  oil well,  will be
I sold to the prospector at the rate of
! $1 an acre, and the remainder of the
I tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,
! will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
i subject to royalty at such rate as may
Ibe specified by Order in Council.
YV. VV. CORY.
Deputy of the  Minister  of the  In-
; terior.
Dept. Interior.
LAeless Accomplishments.
She couldn't dance, she couldn't paint.
And music always harried her,
But, oh. how sho could sew and cook.
And that'B why no one married her.
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
It isn't likely that you will ever be
ashamed of payiug your debts.
People can't help growing old, but
why will tbey also insist on growing
fat?
With some people a matter of credit
is a debt forever.
If   men   spoke
something to say
speech would fall Into disuse.
Any man who works at being the
father of a four-year-old boy has a job
that is bard to bold.
Tbe debtor that never came is very
numerous.
only   when  tbey   bad
we fear tbe power of
f>Wft*fF\ fiirittris '
\l<\j *>���>���* ro set if
r\S\ .    ro" i-o,?j I
Umpiring a courtship
and no honors,
is all  trouble
Ever notice that you never have to
get up when you nre not sleepy 7
Getting some things for nothing Is
paying t'"> much for them,
If yon can't have a
your neighbors, try to
opinion of you.
good opinion of
five them a good
Occasionally yon see a man who nets
ns I? be considers himself a nanilsos**
majority.
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Tuesday, august h
1906.
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SOMETHING NEW
Quaker Puffed Rice
Try it.    It is delicious.    We have it.
SHERRIPS MARMALADE   10 CENTS   PER  TIN
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
WILL TRAVEL OVER
GHILLIWM ROUTE
Managing Director Buntzen and Party
to   Drive  Over   Proposed
Electric   Road.
SMOOTH LEO PULLER
IS AT LARGE AGAIN
....CALL ON....
r.AMuiir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Laura Jackson of "Theocratic Unity"
Fame  Gets Ticket-of-Leave
in London.
London, Aug. 111.���Anne Delia Des
Debar, who under the name of Laura
Jackson was sentenced December 20,
1901, 10 seven years penal servitude
nr Connection with an alleged immoral cult known as "The Theocratic
Unity," of which her reputed husband
Theodore Jackson was the head, has
hren liberated from prison tinder
ticket of leave having obtained the
maximum reduction of sentence.
.Mine. Des Debar has been under
many names in Great Britain and the
I'nited States hut lur greatest notoriety was achieved as the perpetrator of n so-called spiritualistic reception by which L. R. March of New
York in his old age was stripped of
M- fortune by her claiming lo he
the daughter of King Louis of Bavaria.
Fail to Make Charge Good.
Winnipeg, Aug. 13���The charge preferred by Union Plumbers against
Charles Rivercombe, of having violated the alien labor law by importing
strike breakers from the South was
dismissed today.
In selecting your hardware for your house, be
sure you get a good
lock. To stand the continuous wear and use
given it both the material and workmanship
must be good. Our line
comprises the best Canadian and American
makes. Call and examine our lines	
Ellard Block,
New Westminster,
B. C.
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
ALEX. SPECK
Sign Man  on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
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Put Your Money to Work
and increase your inn
Now
i the time to buy. Westminster is forging ahead. If you
are looking for a home at a
reasonable price and easy
terms, call in and Inspect our
large and exeulslve list of
dwellings we have for sale in
different, pans of the city.
WHITE & SMILES
260 Columbia St.   Phone s-'i
Pope Pius Approves.
Rome, Aug. 13.���Pope Pius today
approved the decision of the propaganda to appoint the Rev. I. S.
Walsh, m' Massachusetts bishop of
Portland, Maine. Rev. I. S. Walsh
was graduated from St. Sulpice at
Montreal.
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London's hrr.-nr: ?. curjhtsr.
John   Burn: .  A      'S. ,,S. A   A ',
member mul ealii int  minister, the
sixteenth  member .     ily ol
eighteen  child] n,   nil n     .'  wh
survivi il, said to thi   nal      i   conference  on   ii   mtil lity  in
London:
"I believe i  am ���    I  ' ithin tin
mark  when   E s.v   thai   there  a:
ro    A.   .it.   io/livi       .- ri ' .���'���. in
-  An::  nr           ���     ev ry y   :r.
not   In   i inn's   i      ...;-;
ni Ai- A   cm  ii   ���'.--.   :.       Iitl'c
ne - and ignorance.    It ia pai ie i
i'i know i ha t in sonu   I ��� r   t? fro::
30 to GO per           . ....   !   -
dren born die r five ye irs,
Wealth ha A !, br.t thc infant has nol red it. Physica
comfort - ! ttve in i cape !, and yel
' the weakest and the smallest beat
an undue shm of the b irden of
death. It see is as tlio igh material
progress is hitting lbe child too
hard." J	
Tragedy of a Lost Shell.
The Natal Mercury (South Africa) tells the story of a Boer fanner
named Mi.;.'man, who found a 4.7
naval shell lying on the v iklt unex-
ploded and took it home to his sister, She ivanti tl ti:-' shell for dec-
on '. ion p rpnsc ni d began to dig
out tin rid ' . . ������.! to - iften ii
poured  cold   wati it.    Thc
lydditi   und  wato:   Legs     to effer-
I ve  e, and I     gii loors ai d
fn m ii;i- end of I - , age watched the shell, whii li lay upon tho
doorstep. Si ddenly there was a
terrific i '. - - on, and Mi-- Mool-
man fell dead, struck in the breast
by a piece of bell. The ������' ole
house was w n i ked, every pane of
glass, every window frame and
every door being i a t to the ground
and mosl of the furniture I" ing up-
. Bet and smashed.
Mayor Keary, ti. E. Corbould, Managing Director Buntzen and General
Manager Sperling of the B. C, E, R,
Co., lefl on yesterday morning's train
for Chilliwack. from where ihey intended to drive back over the proposed route of the projected new tram
. line.    The  party  was  slated  to leave
' Chllllwack  yesterday  afiernoon,  driving as far as Aldergrove, where they
'intended to spend the night.
The journey is to be resumed this
morning, and the party will drive tbe
rest of the way into this city. A
close inspection of the road through
which the proposed new line will pass
will be made throughout the trip, and
careful note taken of the advantages
Of   the   new   project      The   trip   was
taken al the suggestion of Mr. Bunt
vi n, who wished to go over the ri a 1
once more before leaving for England, and the other gentlemen were
Invited to accompany him. Mr.
Buntzen's present intention is to
have for England tomorrow evening.
und this wil! therefore be his last
visit to this city for some time to
come.
, , _o .
Faulker   Makes   a   Noise.
An   individual   who  gave his name
as Henry Faulkner was arrested yes-
li rdiiy   (,n   a   At: ire   ol      elng    i  link
and   disorderly.     Tha;   he   Wi S   At r-
derly  was evident   from  the  ru
In   .-��� as kii king   ip in the lower qua -
ter of the city when the police were
called out to plea! with him.   He was
attempting to force an entrance into j charter by the B. ('.  P eki  b, which
several of the houses, in the restricted
district.    After being given time    to]
sober up at the station, he waa ril-
lowd out on $26 bail.   He will be ex-!
pected to appear  when  his name  Is  ernmenl police     tn     oal Tasmaniaa
called in the police court this morn-  with such force as to put that crail
out oi business for si.ine weeks to
come. The tide was running rather
.strong and in attempting to make a
binding at Steveston, the Squid's bow
Hardware
C\
F-ACH ���
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l   Li A   TQ   AT BIG REDUC-    Of
x n/\ i o tions, at . . zb
x One lot Childrens 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   .       .
25c:
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%     W. S. COLLISTER & COMPANY    \
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75c I
Anderson
& Lusby
i
aims\wm*mm'w*wr*>rsy2 s-'-;
until the ri le,   . bl h   ������   - I ir inately
ib ing,  helpe 1   him off.     He  ai rive :
In  port  at   1:30  ;>. m.  instea 1 of  10
a   '.:.  as A usual.
Squid   Damages   Katrol   Coat,
The   Aili - -     sti      ���      Squid   under
left this port on Sunday after   dis-
- . lng  ; -       -    had  an  accident
at   Sti ,'eston  and  ran in'.o      ��� -   -   .
The Paragon
 Family Washer
The Latest   and  Greatest Washer  on   the Markel
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1.   Anythii.   w tl
vious boiling; thi n
of   using any i hi
sua;i and water.
SB.���Anything fn i
est lace curtains to I
est   blankets   and    i
without the slighte I   ���
even the most delicate
3.   (Jptot\ ent;  I
within ."> to - min ites.   Better and cleaner than  I    the
harsh, slow and tiresoi
boar I method,
Defeated  at  Bellingham.
Once  again  an  American  aggrega
tion against which the Xew Westmln- jammed the smaller era:; and smash-
ster ball players butted up proved too eii a hole in its starboard side,
strong for them, and thi game played smashed the rail and caused other
{resterday  at  Bellingham  resulted   in  damage.
a   defeat   for  the  visitors by  a  score j  0	
of ten to six. Consolation is derived Big Order From Vancouver,
from the fact tha' the team which At tne end of the month the
travelled south was not the regular | Schaake machine works will ship a
Xew Westminster base-all team, but complete saw mill outfit to the Hunt-
a scratch nine got together for the inj: Lumber company of Vancouver.
purpose of playing ihis game. Sev- Tn'e company has hitherto been satis-
eral of the best players were unable Led ,,. ,.,m a Single mill. The addi-
to get away, and their places were tlona] building required by the in-
taken by others who have yet to novatlon has already been erected and
'make their mark on tne diamond. Tha ,s B00n as the machinery
players did not seem to take their de-
feal to heart, and s;;"A' of the good
'time they had while on the trip..
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The Paragon runs absolutely noiseless and so easily thai a cl
turn it.   The Paragon will save ita ci Bt many times by preventin
���    and tear.    Call ami see it and be convinced like others now using
Large Shipment of Them lust Arrived Direct from factory
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
'*x*''<':*.'*':.*s6'fiSM'6'.*':$sM'M
'*. .      . ?i
'���;
Transfer Hits the Sand.
The passenger steamer Trans) r
was laid up on a sand bar for several hours yesterday at Stevesttm. The
captain undertook to make a landing
at the Currie-McWllllams cannery and
ran straight in, under the impression
that the channel at that point had
been dredged out recently. Before he
knew what was wrong he had laid
his vessel so high and dry that he
was absolutely unable to get off. He
therefore had tn stay where he was
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Electric Railway Service j
30 Minute Service during remainder of day. Transfer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday Service half-hourly between 8 a. m. and  10 p. m.
City Ond Sapperton.
Inter-uroan   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from ir.iiO a. m, to 11 p.
ni. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service trom
6.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���.No transfer.
lietween 12 and 'S. and 6 and 7.
/
Sapperton Line���la Minute Service, except between li! and
I!, and 5 and 7, during which
hours ihe service win be
half-hourly,
Sunday Service halt-nourly between S a. in. and 11 p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
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RE Of SOME FORK
in the community. A poor " harid-
to-mou'.h man " never i.s. Make up
your mind to buy a home XOW.
Do It Now.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
was mosi likely a careless and extravagant young m;:n and did no;
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
i.s the best of all gifts to your family. 	
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed House and
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.     Lot60xl32 . . $1730
Very Easy Terms.
If YOU HAVE A LOT
And Want To Build
We Will Assist You.
f. I. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
is ie.nly it  will  be  Installed and the
mill started.
 o~	
Mary Murchie Dies Suddenly.
Mary, the second daughter of I).
Mmchie died suddenly at 10:30 last
nighl. .Miss Murchie has jusl recently returned from a summer vacation.
and though slightly indisposed was
not thought to be in any danger. She
was apparently in fair health about
an hour before her death last nighl
and was quite cheerful.
 . o	
Commission Goes North.
Hon. A. C. Killam. chairman of the
Railway commission of Canada, and
Dr. Mills, member of the commission,
accompanied by three secretaries, left
Vancouver on the steamer Princess
May for Dawson yesterday morning.
The commission is going north to investigate complaints respecting the
freight charges of the White Pass &
Yukon route.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS
New Goods and New Prices
A full carload jusr arrived.     As fine goods as ever enten
Inspection invited.    By Inlying here you can save money   and   |i I
Give us a trial.   We have many things we are going to clear at
Money saved is money made.
Sec our S5.00 Mattresses
W. E. FALES,
;
!���! 716 and
Colum!
Four Floon
Extension, Front �� tn et, >.
)!��'S*SfS?.'*SfSMSf.V6'M'MW^^
A  HAIRBREADTH  ESCAPE.
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Aleck McMorrine Dead.
Aleck McMorrine, proprietor of the
hotel at Port Moody died on Sunday
nighl afier a shorl illness. The deceased was for many years a conductor on the C. P, H. and resigned
from the company's employ to engage
in the hotel business.
M  Yi
8PWI /f\
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FUNERAL NOTICE
Union   Lodge   No.  9,   A.   F.  &  A.   M.
An emergent  meeting of this lodge
i will be held in the Masonic Hull, New
' Westminster,  B,  (A on Tuesday, Augusl   14th,  1906, at   the hour of two
o'clock, p. m;,  for the purpose of attending the   funeral  of our late  Bro.
.i.iines u. Qilley.
Members  of  sister  lodges, and
journlng  hrethren   are  requested
all end.
By order of the W, VL,
W. A.  DeWOLF SMITH,
Secretary
W. IN, Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
E.
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