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G -general    of     Warsaw    I,    Their   Latest   Victim
\nd  Stili Another  Rumor Is Heard    Police   Bus
Trying   To   Locate   Assassins.
rg, Aug. 21
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"  ���   I
irt ot thi   -   ������
Irive ai ������   . ���
he Fifi
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i as
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'ii.    top  I
.    '- . ni' i lng  thi
indi ��� The
ed up i.i- horses and
: A ��� ���   ��� ilie    lies.   '.:
rr- neral .ii'-1    . Imosl    in-
.   ���.   i liai ���      had  on      n
een    i  pointi ,
���   a.a  ol  Warsaw.
Hundreds  of  Arrests.
.   ci   have mad.   b indn Is i f
sin ���   Saturday  In a   vain  at-
a i  the organ!: ��� i  an 1  par-
a  ������������ hal  Is ��� ���  h ntly  a  pow-
reaching Ira  y.    All
���e.-n   definite / esi I ��� ;
��� two of the nn a '.via   sai i Iflci .1
��� ���in the attempt i n the pre-
rrivi 1  hero Aug, 23  from  Mos-
Thi,,  were aocon panled by two
Ther   rented   an  apartment
hii a street, one of ihe women
lug  as   the   wife  ol   one  of  tbe
n I  life oiher, a sei vanL     The
11    .Am    was    killed    was    not
Dt. Another young n i n bear-
port  showing him  to be a
named Dulevich ol Riga, had
��� i   a, veral  days  previously   and
Ii ntl; in communication with
di   ...   coi     Iratori    x fore   ihe
:.    V.
'     -.������������ ��� mists,
Czar   Ventures   Out.
a   t i VI
the ti
��� which
' ess qui
erabli      stai
ierial I
���  ��� - I to   ihi
Funeral   Services,
ly of (
������    ' ..
I on
ii   - .
The  Girl   In  the   Case.
the  men   wearing  i (fli i i
a      ,n.i   tbe  allegi I   �� fe   left
streel   In   a   , uoii    landau
��� lay,    \\ iii;,. on  the  way  to  M.
n's   residence,  the  wi man  dls-
��� .1   and   Dulevich   entered   the
ige,   in the meantime the woman
ul   also left the  bouse  and  dis
n .1.
irdlng  :o some  rej.oris the  al
:   wife secured  admission   to  M.
I in's  residence  an.l   was  among
police believe thai the woman
'   ihi '       .      regimental
Officers ���
any   com-
��� a        with
��� nn rah of mi i<   -. ii tims
���\  a sion In thi      . .: ments ol
S a    ....   -      ���.     p
' ���   ���'
Not the  Saire Girl.
OSlI    :i   i.i..'   ' ia    .-lax er of
Genera] Min was I  ���     ->   fanl    ol thi
ci   cerni       i thi   Stoly pin   at-
as been ed, I irther in
vestigation  showing  that   the  woman
ba I bei l<     an     In Ittedly
-.. si   name n ll    a    > isani   a Ludans
:a ai  Pe . : ho    Ini     \ ig   J':    The ex-
llnarj Iei      surveillance     a:
l i ti rhof had n I ��� xtendi ft to Ludana
nd   she   esi     ��� ce      She   was
���..hi   here today  in  irons.
Another   Rumor.
o midnigbl no confirmation had
bei a  received  from  Luga  of the  re-
.    p !  assasslnatii n  ol  Col   Rieman,
Te    Deums were    - ing    today    in
ni.in;,  of the cities for the escape of
Prei lei   Stolj; In      I   e  premier  has
received manj telegrams of sympathy
from  official  and   w mi-official  organizations.
M. Stolypin's daughter is alive but
is highly  nervous  irom  the  shock.
Bold   Move   With   Red   Flag.
St.   Petersburg,   Aug.   27.���II   is  reported that news reached St. Peters-
I urg today that lm men I elonging to
tbe  battleship  Panteleimon,  formerly
the   Knlaz   Potemkine,  on   which    a
,. itlnj   ocq u red  last   yeai    seized   a
i. i and landed on Ben nsan Island,
where   Lieut    Schmidt,  the   mutineer
.. as ' xecuted, and ; lanted a red flag
there     Meetings   ol    eamen   belong-
o the  Black  Sea  fleel  are said
to   have   heen   held   al    Various   places
md  reinforcement    ol  troop   are re
ti i  I.. ha i    ent to < idessn
. n i   Sebastoiiol.
Punishment  Inflicted.
,  Aug   27,    \  punitive ���        I
non   bas   visile.l   ihe    dlstricl     near
we,ian where a rural guard recently
Instituted a drumhead couri  martial,
pul   lo   dentil   three   1 evollll ioillsi s   and
flogged   many   peasants,    A   tine  of
..l.'piiu  was  Imposed  on   ihe  two  I'oiu-
munes  implicated.
Notable Assassinations of Two
Years In Russia.
July -
19 ".
'  Feb.   6
i Feb. ] ���
:   ���    ���"
Feb. 1
! Mar.  7.
���  ..   -��� _ !
lv   1
t Bobricoff, of ]
Minister ��� i [nteri . \  a Plehve
��� a .'. M. E. Sosilon S ine a ator-
g<   eral of Finlar  .
.-��� ren. Tch< rkoff,   [Wars
e Sergius
.Ma; a. - asus.
���    ;  Police   eletschin, of Byles
���    . v   f Baku.
.  Gei  ulutzski,  chief
.-G< a. (    mt Sl      ..      '.    'i ���
..."���'    A     . f Of ]
Government of Cuba  Makes Generous  Prcpositfcr  to  its
Enemies   and   at   the   Same   Time   Scores  a
Victory   In   the   Field.
* V      ''-* O r   '
( ���      -   '   '      ��� ���	
! i  -a   13      Ass s'nti      .   i P   ,-. A- sli
;    i  ���.   l....Gov.   . I    .
! ; ���  .   7 ��� Gr< n. Si ' ��� I ��� ��� ''. al Sa atoff.
! De.. _''      Chi Pol .losco1
! Jan.   2..
; Jan. u
! Jan. 15..
! Jan. : 1
! Jan.
! Feb. 2]
Aug. 26,
Aug. 27
11 ���.. a   .     ;     ��� Police of Kraj
.0 1. Drag    iroff, 1 hi< -poll        Irl    - -.
.Maj.-Gen,   . ss >ski, of Penzi .
'- in. Grai:. iff, chief of st   1 1  ;.
of Cau asus.
.Privy C ��uncillor Fillin iff, in Poltava.
I n. Dschurchiek an i family in Ask
-i..i   iral Konmitsch, commandent at
St. Petersburg.
..Admiral Chuknin, commander Black Sea
Fleet in Sebasb ; ol.
. .Atten-; ���    \ Pr mier Si .a- n,
pers< ins.
��� ren. Min, at Peterhof.
���:  ���   V      ;. ,-.��� liai <  :.   acting   military7
governor al Warsaw.
General Mi italvo
nterii     1 as
. . ��� ���
a   ol a      ...        a- irgi
their i so fn
es exci
ers in tl       ands
. -
it bands
��� .
e tried
.   -  .      isurgei
o thi   govern-
...   with
nd    heii   a ms,  will
-. ��� i   to    el
ii .-.
Rev.   C.  M.  Smythe,   of   Portland,   Delivers   Sensational
Arraignment of  Rev. F. J. Warren    Congregation  Resolve That He Is  Sneak
And   Coward. ���
Naval Gunnery Contest
Creates Fear of War
London,      Aug.      27.���Tin
hronleie publishes ihis morning art
Dally  how  badly  we shool   In  comparison
With "ther navies.    The Daily Chroni-
" deprecating the   Anglo-American
cle  argues  thai   gunni ry    emulation
would  he likely lo pi educe il. desire for
gunnery contesl  and says:  The   ;|   rea]   ((,s(   |n   w;|I.   ,|I1(|   gayBI   "We
���'''" Is one that Bhould be nipped ln   don't   wani   Buch  hopoi   In  the   Brit-
'   "ud  forthwith,    li  is to the las!   Isfa or American navies bul iiii Inter
l!p6ree    undesirable    thai    any    one national shoot^ would certainly produce
8boulrj know too exactly how well or,them." I
Portland, Ov\. iug 27.��� I have
waited long for ihis 01 ; ortunity and
I hereby denounce you, Fred .1 Warren, as a traitor and the despoiler of
my home. You entered my home and
wen the love i I my wife and I denounce you ae a traitor���trftltoi'"
Dramatically pointing ins finger ut
il e mlnisti . ��hose pulpil he occupied li' . C M S:, ythe, delivered a
acathlng ��� ami il   i I   his   formei
friend Ri ���, !'��� J. VVai ren, ��� al Sl
John's Congregatii i,, irch yi ���
a -a i 'outlnulng he Bald:
I,,, bad a lovi ly wife and chil
Iren She was Innocent, and noble
.nei as true a woman ns evi i was I
.,.. ; ��� bul she lias gone from me
and   I   have   losi   he:   and   all."
The -eii.-.iii.'iial outbreak of l>r.
Smythe, foi mi rlj pastor oi the Mis
slssippl Vvenue church of this city,
wns the culmination of a sensational
li mana.    w hich  I I 'una inad  four vein B
ago, it wns ihen thai Rev, Warren,
married, and a father, rescued the
wife of Rev. Smythe from a watery
grave In the Willamette river, while
a guesl at the Smythe home al Hub-
hard, The rescue Ignited a spark of
love, which was soon funned inlo
lames, Rev. Smythe divined tho
slate of affairs and accused his wife
and friend. They admitted Iheir love
1ml denied thai It was oilier lhan
Yesterday morning Bmythe entered
Warren's church ul St. John's. Me
was recognized by the pastor who Invited him to occupy the pulpil. He
accepted ihe Invitation and with face
as white us chalk, denounced his
former friend. He then broke down
and sobbed, while Rev. Warred said:
"The  brother mice    undertook    to1
show thai I was insane, hut you can
judge from his conduct lure which is
the rational one Whatever estrangement there mav ie between him nnd
his wife was <iue to Smythe himself.
I  have done him no wrong."
Warren  then   proceeded    with    hie
sermon,  as  he   mighl   have  done   on
a    Sunday morning.   If he had been
guilty  of whin   Rev.  Mi    Smythe had
.... 'i ������ ft   hli    he   ��� ould  not  have   delivered   i  ia...e severe    i rlticism    of
elf than 1       em
He  laid   special  emphasis   .ipon   a
man   with   a   guilty   i onsclem e.     He
ipoki   of the need i        bl a
I rd ol n uihood, ��hich he said was
��� ������ w Ithoul a ch ar i oneclence
.... ��� the i ungregation
��� i 'i v.. i. n ud child i n, gathered
i i--r Ri ���,. Mi v, a- ren . i'i'", i ie sei
vli ������ ie grasp his hand an.l to express
their confidence in him They then
gathered togethei foi a shorl business
Bl sion. when Ihe;. passed lhe following remarkable resolution, which was
adopted hy a  unanimous  vole
"Resolved, That it is the sense oi
iia meeting thai tlie person who denounced OU] pastor from the pulpit
this morning is a Bneak and a coward."
, ���. a     '  e
antei the    wil
ll   '      rj    ;;a\     mi   I   I
as he  pai     thi >   have
,  thai  they
I to fi '       usual
, -   tion.
i rosidi .'    P
s i i thi women
who hav.     Sered thcmselvi
-.... n  of
i    ���
Then       ���   thli ty   \';a ricans i
who  ii-M    oined Clews
i   I atta.'ion.
The .    i    guards tod     arresti d si v-
Ibei als ini luding two
. iiii I . izanillo.    It is said I
oi ganize an in-
< ���-. ince     of
Ba:;'!'.'  Masome,  the note,! Cuban
speech at a meeting of
,. ��� Manzanillo  yesterday  at
- decided to send a com-
mitte<        atti nd a veterans' meeting
. ana.
Insurgents  Defeated.
.: 27 Ai the meeting
today when 'lie governmenl was issu
ing   ��� mation   offering:  pardons
to Tie's wjjo |ay down their arms,
Itf forces were dealing the mosi tell-
ing As   ....   been   Btruck
(hi    ins   rrenis     For several
- it  hi - een stated thai General
., force ol  insuirents which
was . iusIv i Btimatedi ai 400 upwards, contemplated an attack upon
Cienfueg is. Colonel Valle with a de-
. ' : ural guards and volun-
tei - was dispatched to Cienfuegos
to engage Qusman and break up (he
band. The i noounter of (he two forces
today resulted In the worst disaster
which the Insurgents have sustained.
Thej losi seventeen men killed and
many wounded, while the loss to the
governmenl force was one num killed.
The lm ,   ���   tion seems In b sh
condition      I io ii b the ead may  nol
..- ,, ���  a. .    ag uiembei b  of the  go\
e, nn enl    -   fi ss to believe.
Determined to  Fight On.
��� era  the Insurgent leadei.
in the province of Pinai del
a en ent telegrai' ��� ;
i    thi lated   Press  toi
... ���
������ ...   s.a-   ���:. ���     ���
tion shi       ��� ��� tore   'here
i Cubi     hal Qui   era's
���  ,     ��� 000 men is well armed and
supplied with ammunition ami food is
amply   vei Ifli i     The greatesl draw-
���i the lack of money. but
the   in ���   western   part  of
i'.n.a  de : lrnishlug them all
the supplii    needed, taking in return
hi ��� efore      '��� I a on  the  Cuban gov-
-i many cases  refus
\ asideratlon.
War Material Arrives.
ini    .      Rapid fin
.   .....   ...
N 5 ae  from   New
I   thai    iiuez-
.,;'  which
.-   -    .a    ��� i    . Valli   today con
ned     and
i   ' tedly
Cclonel   Reoorts  Victory.
Valle of the rura re-
���  governmenl by telegraph
.   Ighl   tl :     bi     ... i   .. teated   an in-
inder General Guzman
near Cieni  ��� _. -     liiing 17 of rhe in-
rhi    loss     to     the    rural
.-n and  four horses.
Willing to  Quit.
:, leader of the moderate
" ision  of a  confer-
-i,ipnt  palma at    mid-
,    practically  all the
- ��� ; consequence ex-
Pino   iiu.    .  a     had     signified
i: ii -    a,  disband    their
men if ail we i   positively guaranteed
llieir   ihsui rectionary
,    -   On account of th" information of
:he insurgents willingness to quit the
there v        e no rurAier enlist-
: ients.
Will   Open  Dalney,  Sept.   1.
Washington,    D   ('..  Aug.    27.��� M.
Myimal i, lire j,- anese   charge    ar-
the I   eign department today
and :      -��� ,  Secretary Aide that the
Japanese will open Port Dalney as a
ort afti    Sept. 1.   No import or
��� tporl duties will be levied on articles
ommerci   Into or out of Dalney
On Hi" sarl]p date shins of all nations
will be permitted to engage in traffic
between Dalney or Tairen, as (he town
Is   now-   called,   and   all   the   ports  of
Japan  thai  are open to foreign  commerce.
Blare at Deseronto.
I'. sen nti . Aus. 27.���Fire last night
��� - royed the trestle, refuse, boilers
and thousands of feet of lumber and
cords of hardwood belonging to Roth-
bnrn company and three dwelling
houses. For about an hour, the whole
eastern portion of the town was
threatened. The loss will inn into
thousands. -  r    " �� "
Valparaiso Shocked Again.
Valparaiso, Aug. 27.���There was a
leavy earthquake shock here today
I ul ii" damage was done. Prominent
citizens of Valparaiso met today and
diBCllssed plans for the rebuilding of
the city. 4
Sailors Desert.
Q ,���   ���      A ig   27 ���Twenty-four Brit-
and   five  French  sailors have deserted   from   iheir    respective    ships
���   latter arrived In port. Yes-
ItlBh tar who had extended
���       V     -    iii 1, ... 1    by    t]1e   sllip'S
-    hi     w ...'���:.������ !    the   streets   in
> o	
Counterfeit Money Afloat.
��� ���   27,   Co interfell   t> a
.    he  'lank Of Toronto
1 'ell   .me dol-
,    ' h   ���     ires   are
_ -. 1 A e t ounterfelter.
Port  Perry  Tragedy.
Pi   '   Pel     .  Ont.,   V ig.  27.���Watson
i ,   .. son      1    ol 1   resident   of   Porl
Perry, aged aboul A,  .-'ars. was kill-
on S    ���  lay     1 tl    railroad cros-s-
Jews Not Wanted.
London. Aug. 27.���It is understood
that the Canadian government has
discouraged a move on (he part of
Jews to establish Jewish colonies in
Bulb Explosion Injures
Governor-general's Eye
China Orders Artillery.
Harbin, Manchuria, Aug. 27.���China
has placed heavy orders for artillery
with   Japanese  factories.
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 27.���The vice
j regal ���arty  left the  C   N.  R.  depot
at   eleven   this   morning   arriving  in
j Portage la Prairie shortly before one,
j where   they   received   a   hearty   welcome.     After   receiving  and   replying
I 1 addresses the party drove through
the wheat fields in the district, leav-
'lng for Dauphin at four in the after
noon. Karl Grey is suffering; from a
Blight accidenl which happened in
Winnipeg, While standing near an
electric light bulb on Sunday night
it exploded anil .1 portion of the glass
entered his right eye. Medical aid
was summoned and the glass extracted. It is hoped that no serious effects
will  '-estilt.
'-���t -
-*��� 1306.
Will stop at 11 o'clock on next Saturday night.   The cost price will not be considered in the
clearing of all remaining lines on our bargain tables.
Just imagine buying a nice  pair of Patent Leather Boots  for $2.
or a pair of Tans for the same price.
We have some nice Tan  Oxfords that we are  selling  for  $ 1.50 or
you  can  buy a  swell pair Tan  Blucher  cut Boots  for $2.O0.
Ask  your  parents  to  get  you  a  pair of those  Sandals that  i e  arc
selling at $ 1 .OO.
m   k'm -
U h
f*- ^r'1**.
AUGUST 28,  190���.
HAT the deuce is the matter with this bread ?    I was at mothers last night and she had the most
lovely bread.   Well, no wonder, your mother bakes with RISING SUN, and if the grocer sends
I any more of that stuff he sent last I'll certainly send it back.   You get me RISING SUN FLOUR and I'll
" make just as good bread as your mother ever made.
G.  DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West, Vancouver
We guarantee them to tit beautifully and to
��� iUa] of the best set of teeth you ever saw
. twice as much.    Our mechanical experts
are mi n of long experience (we employ no others)
and their work is the best known to the Dental
P ������������'��� ssi m.
I  ,
ler prices worth coming miles ie profit by
| Gold Filling .... $1.00
j Platina Filling . . . $1.00
Silver Filling ....     50c
Gold Crowns .... S5.00
Bridge Work <.������/) $5.00
Set of Teeth  .   . . $5.00
Consultation and Examination Free of^Charge.
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee.
Boston Dentists, i
Hou s 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remember the Place
407   Hastings  St. VV.,   Vancouver
t��� ������ ���.._ . _~	
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufacturer! and Dealers in AU Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Giass.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
ephort. 12
renders fcr a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Pre. ic��
of British Cclumoia.
ll/._t_I��� -L.       I t}/     i      new arrival from the Kootenays, was
Westminster Iron Worn; ���
.'! '. ' ii,n i.:
A.N1J i.miim:
SHIP SMI1   liXG, BJ       ...   .-.-:
STR1    '.'"...    . ' N    v UHK.
'   ��� imental   Iron   Worn,   including
' on  Fei      . Gates, Fire Escapi -. el i.
:' nt   of   tbi trior,
.-' ..       ti     ��� . I   ������ ���     ���      be a
:.   i
":       ���     Berth  X      195,''
��������� 1 -..'::.-  .'.
ia..:.    :    . ay, the 12 :
5, .'  ...'.   in
���   .'       . - iritish Coin
|' Silver RIvi it T wns] Ij
���i. a   .-���    a.    .. ...  '...  ��� ���      ��� ��� :,
Meridian, i sing    ..     I        s,    i
.     V.
'     '    . ��� -.,".' Sl'   I rj
.er  on        S    thi :. la  ���
���'.:.���     Bi IS9, being i      it i
1-2   miles      i  said   Rivi r    :.   ai     its
������    up    said    Rivei     1
1-2 miles    n    ireel    listance  with  a
���   th  o!   50 . ���    : a
70 the Wester] j
thereof, mean    ed a     .���-
���   ��� ing     .   ihe   i iver
.  2.    I lon . ��� a :-!.   . ���       , ijnl
��� ���    -    I rlvi    aboul   I        lain -    uj
' ���   - -.  -'    therly b   mdai ;���
-��� ��� am  ���)   1-2
.        .   ���   I . ������ with a   .��� pi .
. .   : ���     . - ���       -...  an :
70 chain Wi side there
of,  : ' as   ed at rlghl   . .v_a -        th
gen ��� within tl
Tl ���   ��� ��� .   .  i.     . .     rea
I ;   ��� ... :���������   .        .    ���       .    , ���     ��� -..
���   -      -      -   ���      en within
��� f tenders.
'.   ���     regulations     in li      wh    .    a
1 ��� ���   ��� issued     alsi     : rinted
forms of tender ai  m iy be
. .    this Depai .    .    the
offlce   . :   the   Crown   Tii Agi ni
at Xew Wi stmlnsti   .  I
:.     i tendi    musi    e   ac    ��� ; anied
by   an   ncepti
si  ��� i      nl .' : of ihe Deputy of
the  Ministi       :  the  Interior, for the
Interesting   Match   Wili   Be   Played  at
Queen's   Park  on   Wednesday
Mail orders nnd correspondence In-
BEGBIE Sliti-hl.
New Westminster.
f. U. 474.
the interest-  of   he appll-
1 al  ence of Mi   Bowes.
W.    Caulfield,      [   North
Van     . died   for  20       hi     i I
I'ati Cypress   crei : .    and    2
a unnamed creek in the
rict.    Thi    watei   In    ��� ach
���::���-:<��� ' ���   ise I fi    domestic
a:i:  agri   :   iral  pui .oses, 	
1   ���������    i''��"'':"'i      The  members  of the  Blaine   base-
'     'l  '  :' - lnches '       all  team  have agreed  to visit  New
'    '             unnam' ' 3tream which   Westminster   on    Wednesday,    when
-.      Into t\e Lillooet  river.   ,��� ,. :aglon ,:, .,,,, |M(. ha]f ^
: .- er will be used on his ranch.   day   this   SIimiJie,.   ,h(.y   wi���   play   a
 0  game  of  baseball  against  the   Ioc.il
team at Queen's park.   The boys from
Schools   Re-Open acros.   the   borde|.   ^     ^^     ty
pened  today  with an at-  avenge th�� defeat they sustained at
'ip to ihe usual stan-  the hands of the Xew Westminster
lard.   One feature of the opening was   team last week, and are coming over
isually  large  number  of new' prepared  to play a hard game.    On
A   considerable   number   of   the oilier hand, the home players we
Do   Hard   Work   for   Two   Years
and    Four   Months���Other
Twi years and four months' imprisonment with hard labor was the
si ntenci imposed upon William John-
ston, the vicious ex-convict, at the
police  ci ..""   yesterday  morning, and
the j arents of the children were
. :< sent, and also Chairman W. J.
Creighton, Trustees Cunningham, and
Trapp, Rev, R. Lennie, the secretary,
Revs. .1. S. Henderson, and J. De B.
Owen, and a number of short ad-
In -��� - were made by the visitors.
In the room presided iver by Miss
sparing no effort to get every man
into shape, and were out practicing
until late last :;ight. The services
of the Vancouver battery have been
secured, while the rest of the team
is almost the same as the one tb it
defeated Blaine. The game will start
ac 4:30.   The Xew Westminster play-
Rogers   .'v   girls   receive!   their    en-  ers will be: Catcher, McLeod; pitcher,
trance certificates.    Rolls    of    honor   \ei!son;  first base, Malcolmson;  sec-
were    presented to Dorothy    Wilson,  (,mi  base.  Smith:   short stop. Lewis;
���  was  ince  more conducted to the | Edith  Wilson, M. McNlven, R. Gilley   third base. Silver: left field, Canfield;
11 '.'.hich had been his bome for the   and   A-   Croil-     Prizes   presented   by  center field, Price;  right field, Peele.
twelve   months.     Johnston   was ' Mlss Rogers were awarded to Dorothy  q	
convicted of stealing a quantity of Wilson for deportment; Edith Wilson
clothing and other articles from the for arithmetic; Kathleen Dockrill for
Telegraph hotel on Saturday last, and   Brammai   and composition.
In the boys' department, presided
ovei by Principal Coatham, 16 boys
were presented with their entrance
certificates. Prizes awarded by Mr.
Coatham were presented by Mr.
Creighti :i to (A P. Creighton for proficiency; J. J. Forrester, for punctuali-
.i-   il  was a clear case there was no
In   -��� utencing   hlm.     Ke   still
-   pale  and   drawn   from  the    effects of tbe blow on the head which
���   eived   while   he   v.as   resisting
-���. and a while bandage will en-
���  le  his  cranium  for   -ome time  '.',
Jim Morris, E. Williams, Indian Dan
nnd  Garry   Mountain,  four  Siwasbes.
Langley   News.
Langley, Aug. 27.���Mrs. T. McGlvern
ol Vancouver, is here on a short visit
to Mrs. W. McAdam.
Mrs. D. Baker, of Spokane, is visiting friends in  Langley.
R. A. Braden, jr., of Langley Prairie,
is  home on  a  short  holiday.
W. Connely intends shortly to go to
ty and regularity, and for proficiency | Laggan, where he will enter the ser-
tn  H.  McDonald;   John  Davidson  for  vice of the C. P. R. - "*
literature;  D. Maxwell, arithmetic; A.       Chas.  Lynes  has sold  his  farm  to
pleaded  guilty  to having  been  found   Holmes   and   V.   DeBeck,   who     were   Victoria people.
iin   possession    of    Intoxicants,    and   e<jual  for grammar and  language. A successful barn-raising took plac-
'.   ���   assessed   ?2."   with  the  alierna- . 0  at   C.   Hagelstein's     farm,    on     Sat-
live   of   three   months   each   in  jail.; urday last. "",~,"s-
1'or having been drunk and disorderly,! Waits for Assizes. _\. McGlvern, of Vancouver, is spend-
Si m Henderson was assessed $5 and      John Martin, alias D. Mike, came up   Ing a holiday with his young friends
ami   ' ' . ' '1 ���    'onus which thi  appli- i
cant ii    :    are   to paj  fi i a license.
No tender 1     teleg   ph will be entertain.
Si   n tary-
Ri   artmi nl  ol   thi   Intel ii r,
July 27th, ll..:.
costs.   Jack Knudsten, who had been [ yesterday morning before the Hon. W.   in  Langley.
allowed  out  on  bail, failed to answer   Norman  Bole, county court judge for      Rev. J. A. G. Calder, pastor of the
I elng   one   of   drunk   and   Incapable,   await his chance at the fall assizes, again after a trip to Kootenay.     His
The bail  was forfeited. ; As no one came forward to offer to pulpit was supplied in his absence by
Three men. Mat Grantholine. W. B.   go bail, the prisoner was taken back Rev. A. Dunn, of Whonnock.
Sl ...i" and Col. Lewis Emburne, were   to  the jail,  there  to  await  his  trial      ,:..!. Holden, of Barnston island, sold
ith  supj.lying Indians with   on  a  charge of theft  from  rooms in his  place the other nay, and intends
the Windsor hotel. -., g0 h, Vancouver.
liquor,  and   '.'ach   fined  $50  or  three
���   ::  mths   in   jail.     All   the   three  have
been  undei   suspicion for some time,
-��� bui   definite   proof  was   bar.]   to ob-
a. given thai 30 days   lain.    C I.   Emburne  Is   well   known
atend  to      ki   appllca-  around  the hotels of this  city,  and
ra le the I blef Com-  claims to have served iti the United
i.an.A  and   Works,  for States armj  .lining the civil war. Ho
e to cut and carry away
...     ,.    ���   .  following  described
h trying to secure a pension from the
American government at  the pn si nl
t:i;      siuiati i   East   of  the  head   of time, and  ihinks the first, instalment
'��� ������   Lake, A. W. District;  Commenc- will come In handy to help him paj
Ing at a si    e planted on the Xorth bis fine.
,   .,. .    .   the "   iv  Patterson  ������o	
New Westminster.
old . i,.' a Sr. 1093, thence Northerlj
-.. , hains, thi n e W< ' SO chains,
then " So ith SO chains, thence East
SO ��� Jns to | oinl of commencement
Staked   Vug isi   13th,  1906.     -
Xew Westminster, B. C
B. C Monumental Works
JAMES  McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Tablets, Tombstones ftc.
Write for prices.
N'ew Westminster,  B. C.
Applications for Water.
Three new applications for water
were filed yester,lay in Government
Agenl ('. ('. Fisher's office and two
applications were granted.
E. VA McLean was granted tlie
large amount of 150 inches from an
unnamed stream in the Port Moody
district. The application was represented by Mr, Farmer of the Hope.
Qraveley company of Vancouver. The
applicant purposes starting a large
lumber mill in the Port Moody district aud expects to require a large
quantity of waler. The stream from
whicli the water is to be drawn lies
about a mile and a half beyond Seymour creek, and empties itself into
Burrard   Inlet.
Messrs, Gunderson and Jensen were
granted 6 inches of water from a
small stream which empties Itself into Ilie  Fraser  river.    Mr.  Wheeler, a
....   _ ..... ���. , v^
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, > .."   '    ' -  '.    ��� ' a ���' a   ���     "(     >      ���
'. M |?  ; V $    k - .   ���   -
:������������    "   !>'������ ���.��� .   tt'tI' '    .  -V  '    . ���   ���    I
Plug  Chewing
10c per cut
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ti  AUGUST 23,
THE  DAILY  NFWS hydraulic energies for industrial  purposes  cannot   be   wedded  t<i  a poliov
Published by The Dally News Pub- ,,.,. l!u, ,H,nefi, of toreJ     indU8try."
Isning   Company,   Limited,   at.   their      , , ,     _ '
Ifflces   corner   of   Sixih   ar.d   Front       l!1   n'lllv   ,0   ,hls;   tht>   Pree    Pr88S
(Streets,  New  Westminster.  13.  C. says thai   the   "Mail  and   Empire errs
��� ���   when it  assumes that  the citizens of
MANAGING DIRECTORS. Winnipeg are undertaking the utiliza-
J.  C.   Brown r.  J.  Burde tion of immense hydraulic energies for
���________________________________,_ Industrial  purposes because    of   any
advertising rates possible advantages to he derived from
protection as afforded by the existing
Transient   display    advertising,    10 tarlft  ,n tlh, caBe ,������ ,lu. floill. illlius.
cents per line (nonpariel) i. lines to . ...   .,     ,, .,       ,   ,,    .
tbe  inch.      Five  cents   per  line   for Uy'  t0  wh,ch  the  Mal1  a,ul   Empire
subsequent Insertions. makes special  reference,    the    tariff
Reading notices,  bold  face type, 20 does   not   protect.     In   Winnipeg  the
.-ents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 milling  industry     can     be    operated
cents per line. successfully  for the    very    apparent
For time contracts, special posi- , .. ,
tons, apply to advertising manager. reason thal the raw 1,roduct 1S de"
Notices of births, marriages or Hvered in such magnificent quantities
death;.. 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or oS the city's doors and power is avail-
found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent, per able ;lt a !ess coat than In anv other
word. No advertisement taken fr.r ., . . , , ', ,
1��sj than 25 cents. clt-v ln Canada, with the probable ex-
 -������^���^-.���.^���..���. ���. .���^���_^ ception of Niagara and Hamilton. Bul
TELEPHONES neither  of   these     cities     have     the
Business office   22  ^xhe'Toronto Star, taking a general
Editorial  office     17  view of the whole question says;
Manager's   residence    277       ..-,-, .   .     -,,   :
J The   present   tarill   is     a     greater
���~~~���-~~���-~~~~~���--~~~-~~���-~���-~��� producer of  revenue  than    Its    pre-
...--\. . . decessor, and hence some critics have
fallen  Into  the error  of  saying that
���              .    ..       .    .           . ||  ;���,ai.s more hardly on the taxpayer.
TUESDAY    AUGUST  28.   1906. A   hover   tariff   may     produce     more
������������������������-���������rr".������ revenue  than  .i  high  tariff,   because
ABOUT THE  TARIFF "   i"'n,;'is "'  a  greater volume of ini-
,. ,   ���    .   , irtatlons.    The  volume  of  Imports-
Eastern ami  Manitoba  papers    are    ... ,
, .... tiot'..s   has   increased   during   the   last.
Iiscussing the tariff, ,n view no doubt ,    , .   ,
,. ,,      ..       ., .  . 'en .'.ears, partly because of the com-
ol  the facl  thai a certain amount of .       , ..    ,
parative   lowness   ui   the   tariff,   and
revision and readjustment is expected ,       ,
.. more largeh because ot ii-,e prosperity
a1   lhe coming session  ol  parliament.      .   ,
....      ��� ...,.,. . ot the country, which causes the peo-
i he   fact   ot   this   discussion    is    a    , ���   ��� ,,   .
,     ... ,     . . pie  to   buy  more  goods  ot   all   ain.i-.
healthy  sign,    it   Is   proceeding    ci  A      ���       ,,	
i an i.e. in,  British  and   foreign.      lhe
argumentative rather than on me.-elv   ,, ....
,. , . Montreal Gazel te, pero iving this,   ir-
party lines; and is therefore educative, , ,
, . , , ges thai   the revenue he  reducd. noi
which  mere party  howling never can , .
,        , , ...    lowering   but   hv   increasing   cer-
he.    In ( anada, as a rule, there has
, ,     . , lain  duties,  so as  to disco .raj..  Im-
been too much ot mere shouting and        ,  .. .   .   ,    .    .        .   .
, ���    , portations.   It is to oe hoped that the
not   nearly  enough   ot   that  reasoned   ,,.   , .... ...     ,
,. . , . , Minister nt Finance will take the con-
dlscussion which  creates  and  shape- . ,,,-..,
,,...��� trary view, and thai  it he wishes to
1'iibhc opinion.   One paper, it is true,     , ,       , ,       	
��� ,        , .  .     ., ��� ffeel retrenchments, he will   : i r by
declares  thai   the   tariff  will   be  re- , .   .
, .   ., . reducing    revenue-producing    duties,
vised    with an eye to Its immediate
���. .,       , not   ..��� in reasing those    nal  are   >ro
' he.i   on   the   electorate.     Inasmuch
,    .. tective tn character.
as elections are  not   won  by  prayer.
the interests which  put   up '.he fun.A ��
will have to be looked after." But
as a rule the discussion is on a higher
plane. The Mail and Empire predicts
a warm welcome in Winnipeg for the
manufacturers association, on the
assumption that ti;.' Winnipegers are
protectionists, It finds proof of this
in the fact that a scheme to develop
and utilize the water power available
in the rivers has been eagerly taken
up. "A city," it says, "that is undertaking  the  utilization    of    Immense
Having trouble with the salt ?
Gets damp and hardens ? Then
you are not using WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.   It never cakes.
; pathy to our afflicted neighbors, and
at  the same time remind our readers
: that the best time to take action towards curing an evil of this sort is
���before it becomes an evil. If any
Of these Iii tie pests are finding lodge-
' ment among the trees of New Westminster, let ihem he hunted out and
Aii Ottawa paper a week old, speaking of the weather at the Dominion
capital for the three days ending with
Sunday, the 19th, says: "In vain people sought relief from the oppressive
heal. The close sultry weather which
on Saturday was almost intolerable,
becoming more intense on Sunday,
nearly drove the more sensitive to
despair. There was not a breath of
cool air all day. The morning broke
close and suffocating and when evening came the atmosphere had not
changed." The official record made
the temperature a little over 96, but
in the streets and dwellings of the
city it was over 100, The highest
record in New Westminster, in fiftj
years, was 95, with a dry atmosphere
and a  fresh breeze,    No wonder that
; pie   are  so  rea Iy   to    hear    "1 he
...   . : the West."
Comer  a   Favorite.
Birmingham, Al i., Aug. 27.���Returns
��� om ;.. la., 'i-     imari ... -���������..::��� red
lections   in   Northern  Alabama   show
I tha-   B.  B.  Comei   i arrie i every  pre-
elm     :'���>'.'  govei:. r  over   It.  V   Cun-
I        .111!.
n<-  lie niion.
Doctor���You must take a quarter 07
an   hour's   walk   bef ire   every   rn
Stout Patient- But. d   I      you   urelj
don't want me to w   '.   ill   lay 1 ingl -
Fliegenile Blatter.
ls the Tussock moth any relation
of the Tent caterpillar? or is he, bj
another name, the same . e itilenti il
insect? Down in Victoria, the papers
have been .Tying om aboul tlie way
in which trees ami shrubs are dis-
figured an.l injured by ihe caterpillar.
and all the way from Montreal comes
a similar but more emphatic compl liai
ion! the Tussock moth. As oa;- spe-
i 1 i! naturalisl is off on a holi lay. we
can  do  n ���  a."i" than  offer   "'f ���- ��� 'i^
Horaclcaa CarrlnRci  in   1045.
In iae 'if tl: ��� letti rs of 11' ui Patln,
written in 1015, th.. learned bibli iphlle
says: "It is true thai there is here
an Englishman, the son of a Frenchman, who proposes to make carriages
that will ml! from Paris to Fontalne-
bleu withoul horses In a day. The new
machine Is  preparing  In  the Temple.
If it   -haul l  su ��� I  there will  be  a
great - ivingof hay and oats, which are
at pres. ut exl remely e istly."
(in   Bent   Ksnmplt-.   anil   Same   of   III
(jirt-ult-Ht   Di-tVi-ta.
The spirit of purely Chinese art lv
stone Is shown in work such ns the
great monolith figures Of animals nud
warriors which flank the approach tu
tbe tomlis of the Ming dynasty and in
the perfectly plain structures designed
for the tombs of the present dynasty.
These are composed of enormous
blocks of stone brought with Infinite
labor from distant quarries over roads
and bridges which are hardly capable
of sustaining ordinary cart traffic and
have always to be specially prepared
to prevent the great weights causing j
Ihi'ir collapse.
The same admiration for the employ j
ment of huge blocks of stone is seen
In the case of the bridges over tlie riv
ers along the const of South Fuklen.
where the stone slabs used in I e eon
structlon occasionally measur sixty '���
feet in length and are estimated tc
weigli nearly 120 tons, ami the bridges
themselves line a length of 1,000 tc
2,000 yards.
In almost all eus,'s where the build
ings nre not of solid construction tlu
weight of the blocks employed has
placed a strain upon tbe supports which
tlie architect's skill was not competent
to provide against, and with the laps..
..f lime the melancholy spectacle Is
-een of slabs fallen from tii Ir pla ���������-
and of noble ami costly structures
approaching ruin. In some cases the
Interdependence of the arches leads tn
the same resuli. ime notable Instance
of thi.. occurred .luring Colonel Gor
don's campaign againsl the replugs
when   to   allow   .if  Iln-   passage  of   his
small   steamers   li   was   i essary   to
make a gap in a bridge of over twenty
arches, and arch after arch collapsed
Immediately after the passage of bin
small flotilla. ��� London Saturday Ke
Ili����t  People   ire  v-i   Very  i 1  \o��
\ cl 1 erj Iln,I.
What do we me .a by a l-.. i n in .v
a bad "tie. a good woi ian or a bad
one'.- Most people, ill..' t ������ ��� ung mnn
in tlie song. ar.':. t ver; ,'o > 1, nor yei
very bail." We move mt the pas
tures of lit'" in huge honK u.l al ���.���
thc same things a' [he 'tii   ���-  u
for iiu- same rensot       ���     . .;.   ���   ���
like one "    Are   we  nieui       '.��� ���
have il r\.   - .ta   :. things   ..
l:v. ������    Ar.-  -.-. a  goner > : ��� V   IJ   ���      mull;
we are,   Wi re ���. .��� ������. ....i   .
d lughters?   Wi  have     il
dishonored   our ; ironts,   \
turn had done the sail e 1>;
we melt at the sight of i.   ��� It   ��� ���������'���
wa do    1'. i w i   : irgel llll        .  '
we bave turned ;!..' c im -':  l-'re pn
that  is so.    1 io w .p ������ '   til   ��� put  t ,
open shame at the g. -.     .      ot"
menl':   \\ ������ sh ml I he terri       frighten
e I of this did we nol       tig to the b ipe
' amid 111" sha a.     .: ���    '. ���
W. R. eilley,   r-norM -\-i-i.
J. R. Gniey, 'Prions 1 4 j     |
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. lottery Co. sewer pipe, etc,
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. I)
'Phone 1-8
for the first time made public our little
affairs may fall to attract much notice.
.luilg.sl by :h" standards of human:
ty, few people are either good or bad
"I hav not been a great sinner." said
the dying .N.-.s.in; nor bad he   be b id
only  I n  in id" a   great  fool  of  by  B
woman. Mankind is all tarred witb i is
Bame brush, th mgb - nne o h . chance
to be operated npou �� ben the 1 rush h
fresh from the barrel gi i more than
their share ..f the iar. The bl ._rr i|
of a eelebr .'��� d man usu illy remiu is
me of tl utslde of a const guardsman's i- itttigo- nil ��� ir and whitewash
Ess ij s of August Ine Uh
A Gift Far Our Customers.
JtoifcAf,  ;
!   -
Burin opsi.
"An  ������::���������������: ilutely not!     .:
Of on ���    :'    ... | ��� . ���   st i  '       of     '  Eu
rope." said n rei ui ne I trai eler.   "I re
fer to Buda] est.   Do you I e 11 Iin -
over thr e uai ter i of n I lllion Inbah
Hauls and i i f iremosl In many of tb ���
arts aud -��� lences? Take my vi onl fo
it. Why, it has n university with near
ly 5,in i -' lents and 230 professors.
'I be troll. ; n ns dei eloped in Bu I i
��� est. M - of tbe ������ ipulatlon Is M ..:
yar. Bud o fines! .lewii h synagogue iti ���  :. ��� ire.   'i he 1 lanube, dl-
id ig Buda fr ��� .. ['est, is a beautiful
stream, spin ned by magniflcenl
bridge . . ��� : g I electrical works
In all li ��� :��� ��� ure lu I his w mderful
'���by."   N ��� ���' Y'.r.. I'ri   3.
too spsfei
��� ���'    .��� ���.  .���" -
tp��-���'s,K. Ip1*
a Every I'a.ka^.- ol Colg
We Cue a !'���       ���
Cashmere Bouquet Soap
(Cue* RoomS
Wonderful B;.:   .in.
Huqe Nugnet Fcur I
Some ol'l  Men.
"After   .1. you kl  iw," said Mr. Old-
beau,   "a    :ii:ili   !-   only   as   old    as   he
"Yes," -ild Miss Pepprey, "bul some
old men make the :...- take of tlilnkl g
they at"" a- young as they think tbey
'eel."- Philadelphia Press.
Hicks I understand somebody has
discovered thn' there's alcohol in root
beer. WIclts Yes, but there's no fear
of nny old v/hl - drh " : I Qg lr
for a Bubstlrute    Philadelphia  Ledger.
".*?��r;^ife''' ���,"'
s :/''':^':Ar"'.*?'7^^'''r'^Tiai^w*K^s ���ys.Emvfi--''"''"cr-* Kswvjr^sCTp'rsnw^ i
Company,  Lirriite'Ci
3K",sj5!Dig(?5r*a        t-Tf^-W ::�����?.
p:z:~ ���   gsrs-T^.ariA'i   ,<*|T*B2'-A;���.,������    taru<��j��v";' h  -���
SOCfW??^ .   '.V
'�����   '^^*'v< '���'.
v ���*'t��cr*E
V $&
"<5'4i?.,T^:cs5CTS ^'^iTrzaLC. '
���     . ���        .... :
I untl
A huge nuggei nil
.Tsjs^ ^^mmmW H   "v"
EMss^^i^y^'W>#:-o?^ .'���5?��?'!'l"   *k
Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 90b
1irst rrize
Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Goi
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purcha i.   Our weekl}
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
bered in duplicate.   One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box.   The first num1     |
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list. 1
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th,        -  a
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
Columbia Street
New Westznfcstei ft '.'->'-
t.    AUGUST 28.   1906.
Local News Briefly Told
...... . i  ��� ind nea   the
.a-:  i.'. ���' -
p   r    Puli   ..   w;,s   a. Michael   Pri;,- i     ��� ... ��� -.
i a pt .. a -,..-. . .,   -;. .- re-
'"    :";  '    -v'       !   ��� .....      	
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Miss Helen Robson H   A., lefl  \   ���    " -' '���������>' li;;:''   -    ��� ��������� Ungs oc-
: ,    ne]   . ..    jji     ., Cupled   '..-���   Hi    Leslie   an.l     the     lal
occupj  ... ,.< I Ial      east ot the
; ��� - -    '���������   social  i arnegie llbrarj     II    Is   understood
.     a Sapperton   Methodisl ;<      was the price which cloaed    *
Just Received an excellent line of Pictures of
all grades.
OLEOGRAPHS 20 x 40 for $1.50
OILS, good size        - ���    $2.00
See them.    They will delight your eyes, tempt
your purse and make you happy.
Moulding in large varieties.    Framing a specialty.
the  .leal.    The   premise
���.   ,,..-, te I   bj     I
ed    J
....   .;    ,      Dunsn . ne In yea    M;    Ptlng,e   n;:"     	
...     nth a   -,,��   load of crushed "  the 0CC��Pal��<     '   ""   "  '    the    ��-
rock    ' .     tl       . . n  il    Rii ', ~
waa   delivered
Duponl Hlo< I*. Telephone 7 3.
S t e vi
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Wants   Rule?   Changed
\   v>it  known ���   i*i    ���""% M ^m     BHfc * >*���
f\^^ff ^i^3^^d i^ ^riczc^s I
ink   from whal he. .,..,,.       ,,> an Injustice  8
'    it v
e  Suii i '
for ci   i (th
In so fasl  "
:. ghl    to   gi
.  liable
advanl i cash ston
���  ���   '        died.
Within the   a pui -    en new   suits,    a
ny coal     th ise  long admi n
Kensington '  "Pad Hu. toi ��� ���     - ixl
es  of ������   a:.-.: , a   I      I
Including  - itin cloth -. ���   ��� veed      1;. i i el I
lusl res,  hopsackings, ��� ifl
five   hundred    nd   nlnei Ibboi ri gating  ten
: | six hun Ired s ards, ove ' innel -.  Sill -.
eletl  -   arW  V. a. ���  -        .
rt: lerwear.
Most  ol   thla llrect f i       i   r, Scotia
I to be I he la       t i tportin ���      (Britain
Un en   Dress   Goods    ln     re I      ��   i
12 Inch   i'   	
Light  and  Dark   Herringbone  Tweeds
Hopsackings   In  good   med
t.libit, i   suits,  t a oon, navy,
Navy Blue  Serges    Tl
have      ���:���������' if bl
-    tO    It    11.      v
S     ink Vicuna
Mai " m,   Roj A   is. ow i
N   . ���   and  Black  Worsted  Serge
ir tailored 6 li
Heather  Mixed  Tweeds    Gra
-.'. 1 le   . . .
Scotch  Tweeds    In two
:   and na>; .
. .   .   25c and 35c
-.   12 Inch,
last evening  while  In th . rds iis
l'lie                                                                                                                 a    '..      .���  j V
ndi     ������      confer a favoi ���    a      ., - -. % t
he a       e at Mr. Snook's i ��� ��� ���
p            ..            >   ., I 4
I.   This, In ;���'
Inlon of bird  fanciers,    Is    a jS
1 ! .���.
V no t
��� ... Saturda
ih.    \   i    iVi
recent i ent
j Ladies' Blouses and
Shirtwaist Suits I
in   '���
PO        J a- .   |
I The   White Mouse I
v  hftG *   A. J. BIRTCH. 275 Columbia St.   >.
a   |aa . >.
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.   i ���    e    hi ra
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TrouMe   Over   Re ;������--���
at   the  13.  i                                  ink.             .        etences   will Ud
esterda        th thi   i li     H , [alD t   two  A
'���'' ' ���    : ���    ���   arke ind O'Ni  I    ��
whii h was  hi                        to  this city, ai ei     '
'���" tolus. replaced         ..,  ,evera|                             i hotel reg
i nei      ���         .                     one              der   In   which   the   i
contracted foi     h could
i   :    a                    - firm
..... id gone
.   ..         on th ol
...     a             . Ill       111.I
ipai.     ��� vhlch
coa t w a a
. Colui    .    it reel    esterd
. I takei
.. station, ��In      It awn
ears everj    i    cai
i ' mged i i   lotm    if tl
i n   '! imps, ai
��� iod  i������'ii li'lon,
School Suits
Almost At Your Own Price-
that    H '
I and i dsl
35c, 50c  uOc. 75c and 90c
: a   Ml        'Coats
12 Inch  75c
.   twill, la a ���    enoti
    $1.25 and $1.50
$2.50 and $3.00 Suits, yours for - - $1.00
! $3.00 and $3.50 Suits, yours for - - $1.50 i
The b>. al mi        nl     vere nol
fled       terda;   bj   in        entative of
i      ���     md .Tai     i  .ie". in   thi   Seattle firm that theli     i
��� v. o rreateil ead;    ind 1 he    i I fo      iace
police   I.i ���    .i.i. ���'��� ���     ���    ��� , . due     Legal  advice   ��� ��� ��� been ob-
igiiin      '  ��� ������!,.    !��� ml    and    u     alned b     ome i tierchants, aud
;, I $3.75 and $4.50 Suits, yours for - - $2.00
... i .a. ���      Bourl '    ��� ' nd 1I Nelll will fo   iw, <    f ���
midnight, and
ielll                             LAND   REGISTRY   ACT. ,
T il lice ipplicatto       It
. T. ���    1
. . .   75c and  30c
Costume  Lengtns of Fine Tweec
7 yard   lei
..ine'.tes     I    ���
i  in  (I
���    i      ...      .....
Bl .:k   "Pintc   Finish,"   .-��� itin   C
' '   ���
5 1.00
   50c and 65c
Roxana Pan-
. . 65c. 75c, 85c and $1.2r>
recoi     ���     t   crip    n of S  its ai d  Coats  wi
bllow in Le oj i   ys.    In the mea
. me an      e them   tl ���. '      ��ii  : 'ast.
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
.... ,    ,     ' ���      M     T ....... .        ,
i on I ...   \. i ���        ���      i ���   , i
���  .��� ownei  in I-"" simple, under a    i
1  Di   I fro,   thei  irooratlonof    j
  hip Ol D   trici t   -a.,.     td
            i complete            ,.,      . ,     , ,                     ,.     ,,,, I
. in i hun "I ml earing dal    the 9th ��
���   ���       -        ;     ht   had   lhe   bai                             , ���    ....          ,,       , I
ol    fune    A. 11 .   I "��� i,  ..    .. 1  aud ,
'     '''" lv,e'" ir I il.      .   el  ������    trad
'  '     :      "        "" nd  and   premise      Itual      I  In      !
mt fur the ,   ���   ���       ���      ,     ,,��� j-    x- ...    I
a Ihe Dl ol    New    j
In tl     Pro  f Brit-    *���-
; | .   |��� ��� . t lumbia, ���>   i" .    '    darlj known
.  ,. .  ...     , i,���iii     ud ilesi I'll ��� Loi . ',    i,  8, it  IT   ~~
I  18  Bib i    25,  l.oi ������  15,   IG,   17,  18,
Transii       roil [ht In    lh Bio     10 bi     f parts ol Sou b Wei I
i   . ii Hon . .'. also
,    .. | . i    . ���   i.  .. Bloi    i '. ielng parts
. . I  ii    ,   , South West .quartet     Sei tlon    8,
I ,ok   alioird   20   ' ���   h     ' ������   We tmin iter   Dig
.   m i t '���'���
Vou nu i  eai li of yo i are i equlred
.   .   ��� ���            one      ... untesl i of lhe ��� is  pui
" :  on,    ;          the I uindei i   (lm oi witl In '   o  la   i from the
���     It        late   Of   tl ';    ei""    Of    'bis
ti St. p ;       o ���. dt of n ( ave il oi
1 ' ""     ertlfl     lis | en ' ������ ���  li ilng  filed   k-
��� Id "i. ..-   In    efaull  of   I
; 'A' I   he   , ,  glstratioi      I
��� , ,|. .    .      nd ha     lom ei      iinll le M.   Co      ross,   as
0 ���   i i 11. i       i.i- ., i thai
the publl     lon of this notii     toi  one
month ii . ��� ��� published
' Ne ��� ter   wil | I
''   "
id Regi        I iffli i
ni'"' "" ��� ... Provtni      -   Brll
, ,-. Ith day of Atigiia
ii    | ��� i.
9  8 kbith ah parties Indebted to the
... al'  llll ,.,.,, II, I
.1 i' req i    r��� H vi  ei   i   m  undersigned, are requested
to disteen and winiai Thibn  to settle their a i< ounl i before
Sept, I.
i   with   this   ii"        '
through or GILLEY BROS.
All  *fbov��"   Jilliiiu   bovs   from
7 In  IO y��%ar�� of age.
\       -rxzmmtmmmmmmwimm*. %#v,<.m>mnii*>miA
How nicely  vol easily a Cake can be iced with
CaKe Icing
Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon. Orange,
Ah-ii'   '.   Maple   p��>\   Coconut  Cream.
if a fe?
    ���! timing  ,_���.���
Interest ln the said land b     li r<
of hu . '" ��� i  Insti ttment, and
Pool of Ith  A'."    I or. '.''.Hi I !
New Wiislinlnstiir, B. L
All kinds  i
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
BOOS .���..���
I persons claiming at    Inti ri il   In
'   ��� ���'    '" ��� ,  ,     i i .oi *��* ^-v���-��tsmmmmm
in]  l ii 'i . i, , ..  i|||�� fl i >|<|*^ I
I twice a year, the , . . . . i i_v^r%s^ ���
; ,    ,  ;   J-    .,;;,;';;; P,^s. cur FlowERS. soou.r. Residence:
. ,         ,   ,  AND FLORAL DESIGNS
IT      , ,
We have not only the largest J
�����>.. ��..������!��� >��:���. .ii     Me
 i   .. i   lebai" I  rrom
i     up ai    claim to or In respeol
o' the   - li I   An 1   BO   BOld   fi"'   taxes ns
��� ot i le I bj the "Land Reglsti y Act."
relenhone A.184 or addrew  tth Ava
nue and  lOtb Street.
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
"The Milwaukee"
yy u 11 rjfj ������'��� -<\bes        watches , bnll.
is being
.-, tVif fitv   but also have the : ,  * ���> ���  the masons.]������-'
n tnt ciu, nut, a S        ... ;i;��� driv8,    ,,, nm   re     "���'"
e    agency   for   the  HAMIL-   ;: ;.ni|   p���aa     ,,    arlvefi   about eighteen^.yeamot age,, at Pruit
I-   ^^ , . ,    ,.    '"' ���   ' .  ,      i-imia keeomK  t  ��� Hdly Into   :.���     i iii. and bulll up   tannery, FronHtftsI
j TON WATCHES which for accui tl ���    me Keeping ^ ^ ������.,,���.,.,.���.. I
B '   i beaten �� '' "���' llar '" *'"'���'"' wi'h   '" '   f<Jdt! Wanted���A girt for   general   Uouae]
���: i      /�� |     l��, fi S  *ana ���,;'1 M"' u'"l]" measurtmettl of     work In a email family,    \pply to
\\j   C  niAURFQUiN Thp   PWPlM   lOlUmulujl. i the       ��� ot the laTaiic win be 87      mn. k,  k��� , ���   r0v     New
. If. U UmmUU\LHIll, UK ��������,  ��� ,.,,.,,. .���.,, ,���limil���;ll..,.      weatmlMter.
_ . ,        ,, "The  Pion���r  Limited"  St.   Paul   to
round    Bis  I       Bpanlel dog.  Vp    Wanted   Rt   Once-Quick,  active,   en- Chicago   "Shott  Line"   0maha   to
ply Customs    N. M.  iMathesoh.           ergetlc boys.   From IE to 80 years Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
of age.    Apply  personally, Western Kansas City to Chicago
..,     .,,.,.     i.,,,.'.,,,,.,,!     ;,,.,      Canadhiu fun Factory, Sixth street
No   trtiins   in   the   service   on   tiny
railroad   in  the  world that  equal   Iti
-1 equipment  that of the Chicago,  Mil-
For Sale���Second hand buggy, ro.id Yankee & St. Paul Railway. They
earl and harness. VS. H. Madlll, own and operate their own sleeping
cure A   Speck, Columbi! street. and dining cars on alll their trains and
.  | give   their  patrons  an  excellence   of
Wanted    Active,    Intelligent     lads service not obtainable elsewhere.
aboul eighteen yeara ot age, al JTrttlti h. S. ROWE. General Agent.
Cannery, Front street, , t34 Third St.. cor Alder," Portland, Or,
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SI '
''     I- < THE DAILY NEWS
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA^X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenper and Ticket
Atrent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Eight Trains  Every Day m thc Vear
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
I i ��� - the newest and best ideas
:.:: I LUXURY. It i- lighted with
I-, t'i electricity and gas; the most
1 rillianlly   illun ;���;.::��� 1    train   in   thc
rid. The equipment ci nsists of
ite c impartment cars, standard
it section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair car.- seats fre.'.
modern day coaches and buffet, ii-
brarv and smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables.  Fouler?,  or  any
further  ir:"  rmati  n  call  on  or  write
T20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Britis-h Columbia Coast Line
iiWtlBiPaYJ TftJVflWlii
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Auy available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be hoines'.e.ided by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any mule over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quaiter section of
ICO acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the loca! land office for the district in
which tbe land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(t) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the laud entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
C.tl if the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his home-
st( id, tl :��� requirements as to residence
mav be s a t i - fi e cl by residence upon
the said land.
Six ���': "tl:-' notice :n writing should
he clven to the Commissioner of Do-
minii ' ' ands at Ottawa of intention
I    ap] !>' for patent.
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
N". B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through touriit
and  first-class  sleepers daily.
Atlantic Express leaves at 7:25.
Imperial  Limited,  leaves at  17:20.
Cheap Excursion to Toronto
and Return. CO A iC
Sept. 8,9, & 10  J54.IJ
Good till Nov. 30th.
ED. G 01"LET,
C. P. R. Agent,
Xew Westminster
Assistant   General   Passenger   Acent,
tSubject to change wnnout    notice,
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
A igust  6th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
August 12th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
May 18th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
'   gust 22nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
A  - isi 29th
Princess Victoria.
Lea ���' -  Vancouver dally ,it 1 p. m.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. ui.
ft; Wednesday and Mondays.
S. S. Joan
1 ��� ives Vancouver daily except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Sat-
urday a". 2:30 p. in.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. ru. ou 1st,
Tib, 19th ..nil 20th of each month fui
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria on 20th
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points Including Quatslno,
Steamer Transfer
Li ���'������ -   A' iv   Wi stmlnsti r    a   Mon
'A. .   '  ie  la;.   Wi li e ft iy,  A', .    .,:.
���'������ .  ''   ���  .  .i' ii p. ni. and S 1  ir.laj1
th addltloi     trl|  oa Mon-
��� T    ".   a.   Ill
A .- ���'.    ton Mai, lay, T :������  I iy,
Wedni 1   .  . lay and Satui
7 a. in.; Fridaj   it 6 a. m. add
trip Satu      .   :. P. m.
S, y. Beaver
Le in N'i iv Westminster, S a. ra,
Mond 0 ��� We Inesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. in. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays calling al
landings between New Westminster
and Cl Illlwack,
S. S. Tees
Leaves   Vancouver  at   "   p.   ni.,   2nd
and nub of each month, celling at
Skldegate on flrsl trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure are approximate.
For reservations and Information
cull or address
Agent, New 'Westminster.
Asst. ��en. Pass. Agent, Vancouver,
,1. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
(len. Agent, Freight Dept.
New Wost minster
Trains & Steamers
Leave New Westminster 7.23 daily.
Lea,ve New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive New Westminster lO.liO daily.
Arrive New  Westminster 19.10 daily.
Lv. N. W.  7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv.  Seattle,  12.30;   Ar. N W. 20.20.
Lv.   N.   VS.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.  W.   9.15,  10.30,  19.10,  20.20.
Lv. New Westminster 0.30 a. m.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle, 4.SA p. m., ar. N. W. 9.35.
Lv. N. W. 3 p. rn. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 9:35 a m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. VS.
8:45 ji n:. and tl p, 11;.
Mondays only.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and & a. m., and evcry half hour thereafter till 11 ji, m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
From N. VV. Men. Wed. Frid. S a.m,
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Su;., 7 a.m
From X. VA Tu., Th., Sat. S a.m.
From Chwk. San., Wei!., Fri., 7 a.m
From N, VA daily, ex. Sat. and Sun..
3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Mond ty, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, ; a.m. (Fri, t; a.m.)
Add. trip Sal irday, 5 p.m,
From N.W., Wed. , nd Mon., 7 a.m.
From V  ���' rii   1 .es. and Sat. 4 a.m.
iVEall i-srvtce
Close, Received
Seattle, via Sumas.10 pm, 8.20 p.m.
���   ���' " & Millsldi .. 10.00 p.m, 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.1 0 f ,m.   9 00a m
Cloverdale, Blaine,
s"'"':' ��� (',(���. ��� vi". a.111. 3.30 p.m
Van.   &   Cent.  1 ..ta...In..\'u a.m.    2 p.m
Wctoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m
Fast Burnaby  1.15   i.jo p.m.
Steveston, etc.... 1.30p.m. t0.30a.m
East, via C, P. B...4.46 pm. 7.111 p.m.
East, via C. P. R,.10.00 p.m. 10.80 a.m
Saji., Mill, Corj'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby..3.30 p.m. 0.00 p.m.
Tlmberland, Tin s,,
Friday  12.OO m.   12.00 m.
Canadian Pacific
Royal MaillSteamship
ir you are sending for your family
01 friends from the Old t'oulnry you
will save money by buying tickets
Nexl Balling Empress Britain from
Quebec Aug. 23; the speediest and
must eleganl Bteamer. For rates and
other particulars apply to
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
Dailv NEW Daily
D~:2~0nmlBlaine, Belling- ITC0 ,111
4:;!.", 1 m ham      Burling- 9:55pm
iton.    Mt.   Ve--'
.-a 11.     Everetl
Seattli audi
Pi rtland.
4:35pm Spokane,      St.l3:00 pn
Paul    and    all
points  Ei st,
9.20 ..ii, Anacortes, 3:00 pm
IWoolley,     and
Rookie  "I.
3:00 pm Vancouver i; 20 am
9:55 pm |4:35 pm
Lv. New Wi uinster for
1 ��� 1 thon 3:50 p. m. Ar. Guli 1. n
6 p. m., Monday, Wednesday,
Fri lay.
i: is> ... m. ar. from Gul b :.
��� d. m. Lv. fi :  Van ouvi  .
Route of the ramous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spckane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth. Chicago, St.
Louis and all points East.
For complete information,
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F.  C. MEYERS, Agent,
Banl; of Commerce Building.
Xew Westminster, H. C
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A..
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St.. Seattle, Wash.
iNorthern Pacific!
C. P.  R. AGENT.
.Trains Daily
Travel on the Famoi 3
Electric-lighted train.    Low Hates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced   Rates   Rcund   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California,
F " ' 1! informtion call on or write
C. E. LANA, Gi neral Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, I!. C,
Port lam!. Ore A. G.    A
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
I A IK HANKS.     Daily   trains   (except
. Sunday >   carrying   pas si nger ,   mail.
express    and   freight    connect    with
stagi - al 1 ..tt. -   . n l White Horse,
mainti ining a through winti r si rvii e,
For information apply to
J.  II.   ROGERS, Traffic  Managei
Vancouver.  B. C.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nefson & Tt. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.     j
j The only all  rail route between all
points east, west and  .south  to  Ross-
, land, Nelson and intermediate points 1
connecting at Spokane with the Greal
J Northern, Northern Pacific and 0. R,
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with thc Can-,
adian Pacific Railway for Boundary!
Creek points.
Connects   at    Meyers    Falls    with
stage r'-iily for Republic,
HiifTet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane   ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 P-m Rossland  ....4.10 p.m.
y.40 am Nelson  6,45 p.m,
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Delivered at your door in time for breakfast. Complete service of the World's
news as furnished by the Associated Press,
and all the local happenings of interest.
10 Cents
The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which you can talk business to almost every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you.
wmniaammaxmuHs TU
AUGUST  28,   19��6.
.. --.->.
Bolicltora, Bi.e ..e
.    ��� . ,    ,-. ������ ���
.-   H. L. Edmonds.
ni:   Offices
: .   ,,f  i    am- ree I
���....      .pposlte
, stmlnsti r.    Money  to
Watchmaker and
On the F
amcii =
-��� s   WEART & McQUARRIE
Itors, etc.        if
.  v estmlnster, Trap;
��� ;; . i and   Lorne  Btn
. ' - 21    . 24, it:, n    a
-..'. tin, K. C ..
-,.  McQuarrie,  H. A
������     Martin will   be in th j
���   offices every Friday af
ten ��� i
., [tors,   etc.    4:'    Ixirne
Court   House,   New
r.   J. H. Bowes, 1'. O. Box
r, Guli hon lloi k, Co .:..
ile streets ��   v. ei I
eN|0N LODGE.  NO. 9. A. F. A A. V.
...   ���    of    this
Fl     '   V-     In ::���
���-,..,      :..  tn    In
I   ���
���    ted ti   il
'. ��� ir. W. A.  DeWolf Sml b
F. ,v  A.   M.���Regul ir    omi
��� Ige are hi ' I   m the
Tuesda)   In  eai h  moi
'.: iple, at 8 p. tn.   Visil
..... nvited
"Oriental Limited"
the claim each year or p-,ai to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expendei or paid, the
locator maj-, upon having a survey
made -,nd upon complying ������
requirements,   purchase   the   land    -.'
Manufactvring Jeweler. Jl ����   n r" re
Permi-sion may be grai
.    ��� ,    ,        ,   , ...      Min ster     f   the   Interior   to
":'     ' ^/To*'' vP clain    ���       lining iron and m
business in England with 10 years ex- -
perience.   Later was 7 years  manaeer copper, in tne Yukon!
.,f the watch  re pa        I I area m I exceeding too
Savage    Lyman    ><-    Co.,    Montreal,      7he  patent  for  a r       j local  m
Henry Birk'   business managi      a      I snai|  provide  for  tl
Quotations   on   All    Kinds   of   Packed
Sockeyes   Are   Higher   Than
Last   Year.
the timi.
English,    Swiss,   American   ami   all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adj ..-ted.
Charges Reasonable.
Royally of 2'/2 per  , of th '
of th�� ts  of the  location.
PLACER MINING   Manitoba and
the  N. VV. T., excepting the Y
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are ioo feet   square, entry fee
$5. renewal e yearli      iln the 1
s for Fra
B ��� eye3
. - are
highe i-i
This  t cularlj   the ��� ���
with   ��� -,  its, of which tl
'���   ��� a, iho mai'������������
Much ei the   ia<       ��� -   i read      ���   n
Saskatchewan River claims are ether   sold, nnd 11 is rep,,. .      .. .; there  ire
fii kcls on Sale Juh 2, \ tog. 7, S. 9, Sept 8, 10 m   t,., :>���.,- fr.,,-. c���. A .-
For  part cularg  call   on   or   aodress
Fi C. MEYERS, New Westminster, B. C.
Still Do:ng Business at tne Old Stand.
Shingle and Saw Mill 1Merchant TaiL
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
Columbia  Street.
Full line of English, Scoti a and Irish
tweeds and worsteds alwa; - in stock
Spi ng  hie."
i ,., tion
now in.    Make  vour
New Westminster, B. C.
D. W. A'i. hrlst, Sec.
a       k. of  I.,  me its Becond and
I ty  of each month, at 8
a   Orange   ball,   corner   of
and .'..im street    So
g Sir Knights   cordially   In-
rite l ' ' attend.    \V. E. Dunlop, W,
p.:  ii. E. Matthias, Reg.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manutacl .. ei s of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
Carnarvon St.. between 10th and Mdnnis.
bar or bencl    the f irmer being  ioo
feet long aid exten I ng between high
and low water marl      Tiie latter in-
- .   i a ��� ���-������ ten I   bad
11 the base ol  tl or banl .
exceeding   iooo   f   I      Where   sl
power is  used  cl :    I   '
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers      Ma
and thi   N   V\    T.   ��� ting the ^
kon Territory   .A free may ob
tain only two leases .
for  a  ti rm of twi nty yea      renev
able in the dA     tion       '      Ministe . ,
of the  Interior
The li     ie's right i ied to the
submerged bed;  or bars ol  the river
below any low water mark, and  sub-
for first ysar and $10 per mile for e    h
subsequent   year.      R  :��� til y '���
placer mining.
Placi r mining in thi v kon 1 ei
ritory���-Creek? gulch, riv. <- and
claims -hall not exceed "- ) feet in
length, measun 1 i n the base line or
general direel i )f the creek or
gulch, the width being from tooo to
20oq feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square
Claim*   are   marked   by   two   legal
.    ��� all'   no   j.oun.l  tails
The prices quoti -I are .   |  f es .|uay
Liver]    .    en   shi]   Lon Ion   md   ���
lb foilov, ��� live shillings and
six for tails    .-  1;.1  fo   flats   ��� '- ���
.nind-      Th.-   closing   priee,
��� ������	
tyles were: Twentj two       '��� n a ���
��� The total
.    lu     la is ap]     v  ��� .��� hun-
1     ... ...
a   recognize 1   am hoi it;    to   1
\ ancouvei     I'nu Ini ���     re oi tei     "Ot
amounl   the  FraBei   riyi
lied   . bundi ��� d an I sei 1 ���������
I  .��� ises, und  the remainln.     two
��� e i   and   thirtj   thousa ises
wdll   be  from  the  mini'n     -      ��� aery
��� ng the Noi them Bi iti ih < lo-
I ��� '������ iast.    This Is al oul       '\   1
0   last year, aboul two hun-
dred   and   twenty-six  thousand   cases
li --  than  the  pack ol   1902, tl
Ing   Beason   In   the   four-year
,   , ,.
i .��� ' ind   Is   good   in   Canada,
ich  end. bearing no-   New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
Entry must b   obtained within  since the introduction of preferential
First Class Meala al a   Hi
English, Japanese 1 and Chinesi
From 1 5c. up.
ten  days  if the  claim  is  within  ten  treatment   between  Canada and  New
-      s 0f the mining r.   order's office.  Zea,lini,  8fllpment8 of salnlon ,��� Ul0
latter   country   have   Increased   quite
���Meets In Orange hall firsl and
third Friday in each month al 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren ire cordially
ted to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Ree.-Sec.
1,0. 0. F.���AMITY   LODGE.  No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
1 in Oddfellows' hall, Colum
bla ��� ���' every Mon 1 evi 11111-
at 8 lo k. Visiting hrel hren 1 01
dlall Invited to attend. S. J. Ma)
N. (I      VV. C. Coatham. Ree. See.
Bank of
Im m ���-. rated   by   acl   or   p iriiamenl
.'aim , ���-'. 1 All paid upj ...*i t.uuu.iiOO
Royal Bank
of Canada
correspondents   In
cities  ot  tne   world,
business transacted.
A. 0. IJ. W.���FRASER  LOCGE  Mo. 3
���Me tings the flrsl and third Tues
���    h    month.       Vlaltlnti
n cord I illj Invited to attend
room, A. ' 1. CJ. W. hall, Odd
le lowa' I loi I..  Clarkson  street.  <
S it rig m, n 1 order;   Louis Witt
  irkn in.
Rt Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mounl
Royal, O.C.M.Q,.. Hon  Presldenl
Hon. Sir ii. A, Drummond, rresi lenl
K.  S.  Clouston,  Vice  President  and
General Manager.
Oeneml banking bustnesa transited.
Branches In all tha principal cities
In   C mal..   In   Londi n.   Eng .   New
>���,,���,     1 h. ago,  and   St.   Jofii . Mid..
ind ������.- r. -,, ii di .' - In 0     ��� "" - I the
worl 1
Li ,-ital J'i.000.000.    Reserve $3.43
Total   Assets JJfcU/J.o/b.
Branches   ai I
all   tha   principal
Cerc.-a!   banking
$1 opens an ao ount.   Interesl  id led
half yearly.
Collections made at lowest rate*)
Open   Saturday   nights   from   8   to   *
F. B.  Lyle, Manascr.
F0 ,.:   OF   CCLUV3IA     LODGE
115,   SONS   OF   ENGLAND.   B.   <���'.-
ia' I I  'ha  nie.'is Second and
lav of each month
C. of !'. Ha Cob ml la St., ai
, White Ro 1 Di roe, Foui th
Wi Ine daj In e ich month, same
1 " e nd place. Visiting Brethren
cordially invited. E. 11. Stinch
combi. Pres., H, Dlsnoy, Secret iry,
COURT BRUNETTE.   No. -4099,   I.O.F.
M the Foui th Friday In the
month al 8 o'clock, In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
en are cordl illj Invtted to al
tend .1. ii. RuBhton, C. R.; F. >'���
Maxw 11, R, s.
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
thi ; .. Lre :,, , on the Second
inui Fo irth Tne ! 1 i of each month
'"' ! in the Oddfellows' Hall.
VI ��� ��� ��� Brethren are cordlaly m-
; tend.    K  C. Firth, C. R.I
F. p m ptweii, Sec.
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS   OF   TEMPERANCE meel   every Wednei daj
li . Ip   p,   in.,  in Oddfellows'
Savings Bank
G.  D. Bryn-.ner. Manager,
Dept. J. MEN LEY
Manufacturer of
Junk and Second-hand   j^inerai Waters, Etc.
iald foi   ti i ban I
Highest prices 1
go ids,  ., ink,   bottles,   rubbers,   brass
, ipper, old ihoes and all metals; also
D] 1 ,. ,! tes, etc    Vi rite or call,
Fronl  Stret, Mew Westminster.
11 ,;   dl ��� Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a  Specialty,
rei.  113. Office,  Eighth  Street.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
than ,tio acres can be acquired by one
individual or companj'. Roj ilty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on fche ��rn"
QL'ARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miner-' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location,
A free miner s certthcate is granted
fnr one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $".50
per annum for an individual, and fr..m
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
. according to capital.
A free miner, having discovered
mineral in place, may locate * claim
1500x1500 fect by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5
At least 3000 must be expend, d  on
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The  person or company  staking a
claim  must  hold  a   free  miner's  certificate.
The   discoverer   of  a   new  mini?   is
I entitled   to   a   claim   of   iooo   feet   in
length, aand if the party consists of  unsold
��� two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-   rjvera
I put  on  which  no   royalty    shall    be
charged the  rest of the  party ordin-
1 arv claims onlv.
Entry fee Sio.     Royalty at the rate.     "If  is reported that on Friday and
j of two and one-half per cent, on the Saturda} last there was quite a little
value of the gold shipped from the run of sockeyes on the Fraser river,
ject to the rights of all persons who As the fishing season was not ex-
have, or who may receive entries for tended, the fish tn this laie run wiU
bar diggings or bench claims except mo8tly ftl, ge| ,���, th(, rl7e KUl) ��� wil,
on the Saskatchewan River, where!
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
measurably.    The  sales In  all  these
markets have been good this year.
"There are probably between a hundred and ten and a hundred and twen-
i' thousand eases of half-pound flats
on the Skeena and Fraser
but thete are not to exceed
twenty thousand cases of pound flats
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but "here a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof i= sufficient. Rental, $10 i
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at ihe rate of two
and a half per cent*, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10000.
Prcdging in the Yukon Territory��� | ],,,j,|
Six  leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
be a good thing. It ls to be hoped
that the fisheries officers will see to
it that fishing is absolutely stopped,
and 'hat the salmon are not caught ou
tlie upper river."
��� o	
Boat Building.
The hull of the new sua? boul
which Is being constructed in the
Royal City Mill yards is rapidly near
ins completion. Caulkers are now
at work, and on deck 'lie bolts which
the hoards in position are be-
iug driven In aud pliijrge.l up so us
to   make   it   perfectly     smooth     an I
The lessee's right i.s confined to theI watertight    The craft  will  be ready
submerged  bar  or  bars  in  the  river  for launching iu about, a month,
below   low   water    mark, that boun-1    The large new tug which is being
Hall,   Columbia    Btreet,     Visiting
��� cordl ill   Invited to at-
J. :-. Ur ��� m, S. C; J. Mi D
'���      )F  SCOTLAND   BENEFIT AS-
191.���Meets on the Fir-i and
of every month in
nf    P.  Hall.      .lohn    McN'ivon,
A   I    Forrester, Ree. Sec.
P OF TRADE.���-Xew   Westmln
Tr .'������ meets In the
Hall, as foll.e
: ��� ich month
��� ���   .....    01   the 1 ������'���'
��� f     Pebruarj,
Novi tuber, at 8 p,  m,
������...-,   on    the   second
February.     New
���    proposed    nnd
monl bl.' or quarterly
A.  1-1.   V, bite, Sec.
-insfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia St.
id    promptly  to any
'���; ht and Heavy Hauling
Every ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
required by the laws of Great Britain.
In tha preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but the choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost.
BOVRIL Is a specialty, not merely a bye-produot
of a packing house like many meat extracts.
LONDON, England, and MONTREAL, Canada
mmsttw-r-'Mv ..      vmimsmsmmmimm>msassm
dary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in the year of the
date of (he lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within site yenr =
irom such due. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
No free m'uer shal! receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the sum' miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free   mine'=    may   work   their   claims
in pi'tm '-hip by filing notice and
.-.' ing fee of $a. A 1 I iim may be
ib ������ !"���" d and another obi lined on
the s ""' ��� ".''-. uu'. h ot river, by
co ing notii '��� ami p 13 ii % a fee
Woi 1 1 ��� ��� bi d mi in a claim
. .��� h ye 1 to the 1 aim   if il least $.'00.
\       ite  thai   v   : '���   has  been
ab indi mi tl, anad open i i occupation
nnd enl i i  bj  a fr"" miner.
Bet th< on their ileepi i - are longer,
1 ighi 1 md v. idei tb "i in similar cars
.11 any other line. They protect
theii ���  ilns by the Bl ! A System.
he b   11 I ' ���-  ������!" a . ' dm may be
di ine ! abs ilutely by having a survey
le   in I   publishing   u iti :es  in  the
Yukon   in,   .,'   .,, ette
Pel leum Ml unappri ipiated I In
tube  n Land    ������ \' ���' I        the North-
.��� ��� -t i    md within the Yukon
1'irritorv, are open to prospecting for
ia ���' ileum, 1" I the mi''! iter may re-
-eive for an individual or company
having machinery on the laud to be
prospected, an area of tgao acres Tor
such peri."I is he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quan
tilics, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery( an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$' an acre, and the remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, uSo acres,
will be sold at the rate of $.1 an acre,
subject fo royalty at such rate as may
be ed fay l Irdet tn Council
Deputy of the Minister of the Ic
1 lent, Interior.
built by Messrs. Blaine & Symcock In
the sanie yards Is also beginning to
present a finished appearance, The
hull is complete nnd the foundation
for the deck is well under way. Caulkers are al work on the hull and another six weeks will see the craft alums!  ready for launching,
lu the Small & Bucklin mill yarda
the Wilson Brothers are building a
stern wheel low boat. The hull is
complete and some of the machinery
which is to operate it is already In
nsltlou Th" ct;i 11 is 38 feel long
with   11   12   fool,   beam
AT THE   Hell ELS.
Qulchon- .1    II    Barls,  It.  VV.  Perry,
it .1 Potts, P, Donnelly, J, H Maunder, Vancouver,
Colonial l Little, Victoria; S P.
Handcock Winnipeg; D. Matheson.
Vancouvei; ll V Murrlson, Toronto:
V Edwards, Beattle; A. \. Mercer.
Ha elmere; H, 11. Rye, v. M. Cameron,
"a   imere; M   Davison, Skyhomtsh.
Windsor 1. L, Smith, Marysvllle;
c \ Lyons, ^gassla; S, .1. Chirk.
p .1, Koran. Calgarj; K. BurehllL
Ladner; C, IA Hayes, Sedro Wobllefi ;
It .1. Esplen, \1111ion. Altu.: William
1 hell tu in, Nli omen Anna Newman,
Everetl. 1 E. Bannbach, Bellingham;
\\    \   Brock, Vancouver,
Depol M M. McDonald, Barnet; o.
Stanhope, Burnaby; D, it. McDonald,
Porl   Renfrew;   it   a   Wright, Canoe
Pass; ..\ I! McDonald, Sydney: C. B.
vv. McAuley, Vancouver; H. Parker,
Ruskin: 1, L, Mercer. Hosedale; A.
Harris, W, Bmmett, Vancouver: K.
Whelen,   Blaine;   .1.  Sinclair.  Victoria.
Fur  Thieves   Sentenced.
Chatham, Ont, Aug. 87.���Jacob and
Blmon Olbrltski, father nnd son, fur
thieves, were sentenced to seven and
five yeats respectively in the penl-
""littry. The charges' were bringing
st den goods into Canada and receiving stolen propertj' knowing It to bo
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REASONS    WHV We Want Your Trade
1. We can give you entire satisfaction.
2. We have tbe most complete stock of Fancy and Sta] le
Groceries on the coast.
3. We believe in Quality before Quantity.
1.  We sell our goods at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
// these Four Reasons don't interest you, watch our Ad.
for the next four.
WE NEED your trade and we intend lo HA VE it.
....gallon....       FIRE FIGHTERS SAVE
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.
Notice to
the Public
1 am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New "Westminster.
A   Good   Company
Hartford Fire Co.
Has Paid $4,405,000 of San
Francisco Losses.
The Journal of Commerce and Coi i-
mercial Bulletin, of New York, in its
issue of Autf. 11, says: "Up ".<> Aug.
1st the Hartford Fire Insurance (',,.
has paid 2,ti70 San Francisco claims,
covering an amount of $4,405,000.
Company's settlements are progressing
very satisfactorily."
..    AGENTS   ..
260 Columbia St.   Phono 85
For Sale
Blaze   Does  $1,000  Wc-th  of  Damage
at   Fraser   River   Lumber  Company's   Mill.
A disastrous &re broke tml ;.ester-
iluy afternoon iu ihe drj kiln of the
Frasei River Lumbei company's mill.
also known ..; Tait's mill, which re-
luin I ail the efforts of the tire brigade ' i - ibdue, ami '.". was ahout three
hours "lore the flames were under
The alarm was sent ia about two
o'clock, and the men fro:.: Xo. 2 hall
were quickly on the scene, N'o. 1
shortly afterwards. The flames were
then breaking through the roof and
differ! d.1 parts ol I tu wails of the
kiln, and chances for saving it seemed
emote. No. .' brigade coupled
on their hose to the are hydrant on
Fifth avenue, while the N'o. l brigade
��� lupled theirs to the hydrant on
Fourteenth street.   The pressure was
��� ���.;. _ood a; the start, but after
more   water  had  been  turned  on,  A
��� I, and ;: gi ft : ressure was
secured. An inch and a half hose.
��� Ing ;-��� : ia the first place, was
soon hange 1 tor a thn ��� ���< larter inch
��� -��� . ,.:i ! a stn I:--' ��� ��� ressure secured,
It  was feared for .*  time that the
 ,000 shingles In "tie kiln would be
lost, bul ..:*':��� a heroic struggle by
Chief Watson's forces the .Amies were
finally ".,,; under control. When the
kiln was entered, it was discovered
that ni I one of the shingles had been
even scorched, the only damage being done to the walls and roof of
the buil lie-, which wil! have 10 be
partially reb lilt. A< 11 ��� ling to chief
v.atson, this is thi ��� nly instance in
liritish Columbia where a. dry kiln
bas i een partially mime! wlthoul
the stock of shingles being destroyed,
and the firemen are rather proud of
their work.
The loss is ' sti uated at about $1.-
'i00, and is covi r< i by insurance. The
dry kiln is aboul so feet long by 20
wide, and the immense storehouse
al out in" fee* cm of the kiln has a
capacity of ten million- shingles, This
kiln was the only building saved
when the mi!! was burned on October
-'! o: ia.-' year, after having been in
���   ��� : ition ,��� t i- six    e, rs.   Owing to
���        t thai  -a"   lry  kiln  will have
��� ��� partial!} ." b lilt, the mil] will
hi ���������   ;o   remain   at   a   standstill   for
��� time. This will entlal considerable bi.-- i:: 'iie owners, as they have
been running their mil! at full capacl-
l) I'or some time pasl and have still
a li rge n imi i r i : . rdj rs on hand.
Carries    it    Down    River    and    Land
It  High   and  Dry  on   a
Sand  Bar.
Tiie la ige and powerful steam tug
Dauntless, was towed down the Fraser
rivei yesterday morning by a boom
of logs and landed mi a sand bar. On
Sunday night ihe steamer came in
trom tin- :: rth towing two IS swifter
bo< ms wiili whicli the captain tied
ir,,. at ihe Ci' ve Canning company's
wharf lo awail day light for passing
through the bridge. Early yesterday
moring tin crew invoke and found
that the onstanl nigging of the boom
had dis n nni i "ed the bout from the
piles .mil they were drifting down
stream ..- fast as they could go. to-
-.\a: Is Lull island,
Thi enginee yi Hi d for tlie fireman and together they hustled into
thi engine oom and fired up. The
boom wa.s too heavy and the current
too swift to allow if anchors being
used . i i :-i an Incredibly short space
ol ��� ���'.������ oom had swung itself
a iros- stream and blocked tbe mouth
ol' the North Arm as effectively as
though a i ontoon bridge had been
ulli > ':.���.���. i. In the meantime the
steami i was landed high and dry
on a -,.:i I bai . I the fool of the
island   with  a   falling  tide.
All thai ;o ild ' e dene was to wait
with patien e the rising of the waters
and  hope  thai   I hi   I oom  would  not
gO    !('        ieel. -
About id o'clock the engines  were
starti d, Ct  i i-i: -  tide came  to  '.':���<
i escue an 1 the  I;. intli ss wiggle I of!
II    roosting pla ���   whili   the crew ���' il
is    and    aptured the runaway I
���:'   any   I irther   mishaps,      The
:. ���    stretch     f   timbi     was   safi   ���
ta a a thn igh tin      idgi   and  Ian le I
New    StocK    of   Tested    Life    Belts-
New Wheel and New
Th i sb ei ��� ��� ��� bas ��� en fit-
led il Ith . ; . :, I new life bi .-
ol .. :,' v and imi :' 'ved make. The
��� Id ��� i' - havi ��� ��� a banished forever. "I ��� ��� ie a lifi elts have been
ii rough! testi indei the direction
of thi lanul turer's agent. Ii was
proven sati ;fa I . lly that after the
lifebi ts bad en in the water for
21 hours, 1 wen ��� p ible of float-
ug 15 ] - !- ��� ��� Iron, I" Is estimated thai Ihi Ifi elts wo il I therefore
��� : , Ising and sustaining
any oi ' i individual. When firsi
plaat ! In the wan.', their floating
I owe,   , ,:-���  far greater.
Othei improvements have been
made In the ���> ssel's equipment, ih/5
wheel bousi - ; een made snug and
comfortable and a new wheel has replaced ih" old one which had seen
manj ears ol good service. A mini-
Ler ... v, bi ats have heen placed
en board for the accommodation nf
passengers and the Beaver is iio,'.'
one afesl and most  comfort-
ble i I th" river b iats,
Well-seasoned Pine Cord-
wood; could deliver on scow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
School Books
and Supplies
217-219 Columbia Street.
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers in the
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
R. J.  SROTT.  B..A., Principal.
H. A. SCRIVEN, B. A., Vice-Prln.
Montreal    Poice   Have   a   Mystery   to
Investigate   Before   Coroner
Holds   Inquest.
Mi atn al   Vug. .; - 1   e dead body
ol a : ., found ; esterday
In a leather sal . bi< h was lying
In a deserted lai al the bead ol
' . ambo I eel Thi odj was taken
to ihe moi gui iu! thi Inquesl will
be defi .-j' d rati! I n ��� Investlga-
I en- an m li . the Ville St, Louis
I'oiici. In addition to the body, the
Batchel conti Ini ft a red shin, a black
and white waist, a corset cover, a
baby's white skirl and other child's
Al ihe count..' coun Besslon which
was held  y< so rday  before the  Hon.
VV. Norman Bole, an application was
made   for   the  < unci Nation    of    the
official map of loi 233, group i, being
, pari of tlie    porl    Moody   townsite.
Mi.  Brydone Jack  of  Vancouvei'    appeared   for    the    applicants,    while
AMi'ssis. d. s. Curtis and A, Mclnnls,
I two of the owners of   the   property
were present and objected to the cancellation,    The case  was laid    over
and will in all probability be settle I
by arbitration
Gotch Wins.
Des MolneB, la, Aug. 27.���Frank
Ootch defended his title as champion
catch as catch Can wrestler of America ag ilnsi H lalmar i.undln here
tonight and won In straight falls.
in thc ii  ���   .    .'. poi r "hi '.Si-
ii -moul h mai -A .    Maki    p
yi ur m nd a home N   VV.
Do It Now.
was mosl liki  .   a  li'.i'e'p---   and ��� x
I ravagan!   v   ine man  and did   not
star!  I;   IHT.
Do It Now.
is the best of all gifts to vour family.     '
7 Roomed House and
Lot on .Seventh Str'-et, near Baptist
Church.    Lot 60x 132 . . * 1 750
Very Easy Terms.
And Went Io Build
Wc Will Assist You.
F. J. HART & Co.
In selecting your hardware for your house, be
sure you get a good
luck. To stand the continuous wear and use
given it both the material and workmanship
must be good. Our line
comprises the best Canadian and American
makes. Call and examine our lines	
& Lusby
III���11111011    " i -
Against   Standard   Oil.
Chicago, Aug. 27.���The first and second federal grand jury today returned
len indictments against  the Standard
���any  before Judge  Bethea  in
���   United  States circuit  court  The
fn lie ments,     which     contain     6,128
���ouni -.    re     I in i onnectlon with I he
granting of rebates.
N'o  :   llroad   was   mi i tloni :   In   thi
tment;   returned  I
ol   the   u.iS'-   counts   In
. III  nu nl - cove.d an allegi I
������ nse an I Is base I on a tai ship-
. ii ni ������'  petroleum products from the
��� fineries at Whiting. Ind.   According
statement   Issued   after   the   in-
menl - h id been returned from the
iff)  es   Of   the   I'nited   States   district
attoi ne;..   these  shipments   were car-
rii  I  by the following roads:
Chicago, Burlington ,*.- Quincy, Chi-
a    & Alton, Chicago &  Eastern Illinois, Evansvllle & Terre Haute, Illinois i'i ntral, Southern and Lake Shore
A:  Michigan Southern.
According to this statement, the
Burlington and Alton roads, "bad published lawful rates Of is cents per
hundred pounds to Easl St. Louis
from Whiting and 19% cents to Si.
Lo lis, but carried oil for the Stan-
dai I Oil company on a secret unpublished rate at 6 and VA cents to
thosi     oints  respectively."
Assaults Old Friend.
Billy Irish is In trouble again, this
time for assault on one of , j>
old friends, Henry Daggett, who preferred a charge against him yesterdaj afternoon. Daggett appealed al
the police Btation with hla face cover'. | with blood, and swore out an
Information against Irish, who was
lati In the day arrested by Detective
Bradshaw,    According  to    Daggett's
3tOI be was Btruck three times in
'   ���     face   by    Irish,    , be   only    reason
given being that Daggett was getting
"too fresh" around Billy's shacl:. The
case will be threshed oul In this morning's   police couri.
Tide Table   Fraser
A r ihi   ������-.ee
'������i Ilng   Vugu '
12, 1900.
:            . ��� ���
a .ma Si pt, 2nd
. 1906.
'1 ime
Mi ndaj   ..
IT   10
T k ��� day ..
       14.20    :
1             1
i   10
. ��� . esilay
,    ..      0.20
15. 10
lay .,
..  ..|      1.35    |
10. 15
i ridaj   ..   .
....!     2.45
II. in
..   ...     :i. 50
|     IS.(KI     1
Sunday .. .
 i     4.50
13 20
High Water   I.
iw Wate
Time H'ght Time    Ht
Monday .. .
. . ,|12.16|10.7| 5
07  3.3
|22.43|12.0 17
09| 8.3
Tuesday    |13.42|11,2|6.11| 2.8
23, I2|11.7|18.31| 9.0
Wednesday    15.00|11,9| 7.16| 2.3
j |20.02| 9.1
Thursday   ..   . .1 0.56|11.4| 8.16| 1,9
15.68|12.6|21.14| 8.8
Friday    | 2.0o|11.3| 9. ll| 1.6
|16.41|13.0|22.13| 8.2
Baturday   ..   ,.| 3.10|11.3|10.02| 1.7
|17.18|13 2|23,03| 7.4
Sunday    j 4.11|11.4 10.48J 2.1
. 117.61113.2123.461 6.8
{ (Except Butt rick Pattern!
IS and Spool Cott
om i
- ���
: = ===== ���
��� IF VOU  NEED  HOUSEFURNISHINGS now   ii   thi ���
��� purchase your fall supply at reductions such a $
��� Summer Goods Reduced in Price by One-third and One-hall I
m Trimmed Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Mats at hall price m ���
���  ��
* *
The Paragon
Family Washer -���
The latest   and   Greatest   Washer   on   the Market
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1.   Anytl i.l
a   boiling; tl en
of   using ai .
ioap and ��i I
2.-Any:! I .
��� st lace curtains to tl
est   blanl el    and
withoul I	
even the    osl   ���
3.     I   :
thin 5 to ��� ���   ���
ter and  clei nei   tl
harsh, - low and I
board method.
The Paragon runs absoluteh >- i and s    that:
turn il       ��� ���  Paragon will save its cost ���My. time   I . i revi ��� I i
, i . 'ear.   Cal  and   ee  t and be convince   like others ni ��� .   I
Large Shipment of Them Just Arrived Direct from Factor)
Limit ���"d
New Goods and New Prices 1
A full carload just arrived.     As fine gi   d   els ever entered the ���'
Inspection invited.   By buying here you can save money  and  loi J
Give us a trial.    We have many things we are going  to  clear  al I   V
Money saved is monev made. *'���
Set; our Vi.oo Mattresses
���. i
16 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.    Rear Extension, Fronl Sti et, ,���,
'.*'.':*".*.:*: :���:>:��:>;>!��:���.��>��.:���..�����:��:.'���"*:>:>;>;>::���:>:>;>::���>; :*.x���.<'k*:.k*:.*.'.*sk<*>.
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Presh and Frozen Fish
Game In Season
He deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.     P.O. Hot 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News.
New Westminster, B  &
��� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**
I Electric Railway Service:
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour rrom 5:50 a. in. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
n.   in.     Half  hourly   ,-ais  will
' run   from   Central     Tail;     to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service trom
6.80 a. m, to ll p. rn.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Itelween VS. anil 'Z and !> ami 7.
30 Minute Service during re- ��
malnder of day. i ran rer ;|1 J
Leopold Place. ���
Sunday Service half-hourly I"' ��
tween  >s a. m. and  i'1 i1- '"��� ��
City .ind Sapperton. ��
Sapperton Line���la Minute Ser- ty
vice,   except   tietweell    ^   ;l,l<l  I
2, ami 6 nml 7, during vhim ^
Voins   the   service  win  ��* ���
nall'-hourly. 2
Sunday Service   Half-hourly o�� t
I ween pS a. m. and  "  P- '"'    ���
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd j
Boarding   House   for   Sale-   IT,   rooms \ \Jk/      f^\      r*��*,'flOCr'
completely furnished and al pros-
ent all occupied. Apply Box B01,
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted room,
BUltable for an office, Apply to
Chas. G. Major.
B. C. Land
Ellard Block.   New Westminster


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