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 ME 1. M'Mli! ���
M K   \V^T\HKSTER. K. CL WKONESDAY  MORNIXf.. \l
Hoi;.
10 ( I.\ l> i'i R \\ II K
CE'ERNMENT WILL
DISTRIBUTE LAND
AMONG PEASANT
Russian Rulers Hope to Win Good  Will  of   Count/
Immediate   Division   of J Communistic Holdings    Preparations for Revolution Continue.
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spect  for propi        thi G ....
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easy  converts to thi tlenient ol
. tiona Ization of lai ���       ��� ���   n
I     tava def       ��� ��� $150,000 I      ....
n  estate owni        ��� ��� ��� ���     e of S
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JEROME TAKES HOLD CONDUCT OF CAPTAIN
OF THE PROSECUTION TOLD BY SURVIVORS
'-   ���    .:  Attorney Will   Personally  con     V.-.s'.e-   cf   Stio -Jumps   .'or   L fete;
I   the Case   Against   Harry and  Sl cuts "Everyone for
T'-aw. Himself."
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esterday 1  al
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chiirgf
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Ul     i Bi
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lie Societv ol
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he vi    '      t ������
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hesltaie-.l  whetbi
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then     ii ned  an I    umped
lhe    Arc.it" " i
..... , it. er; lng,    bvi i \   ne
��� .   i oi     bi ve  passed  a
[���hereupon     began    ���   '���
ng   their   sense   nf
������:..".,��� uni     he    asm aj ��� i
oi ���   .-. bleb    he   profi ssloi .  ... ,
���.    |        r the boal    . .��� i    . ���
'   :'    h01 S''^'   ! . :,    with     knives    be-
'     ':!":'   Bay8; uveen   th. '1.   and   offlce.     i
111111 '.  .hi I  genei nus apprecin                     .      ,   ���    , , ,i. ,,,
11 revo vi      In Ihelt   han li   save l I  ���
.    beautiful, even heel;] ol  his Immediate pro-                                  	
���i line  thai   Ihe  In-
'   ' ' .  will  long continue Lyncher   Arrested.
.ri-  to  '';.������ artistic Hi-       |;. . -: h,  \. C, Aug   7    This
ountry, ., ,, ���   i,,. nn  received
.. in  have  bei  i ���.     rrom Judge B. F. 1   Dfj  Bl   5i
h    hlm    profi ��� [ting   thai   on        ���      n    	
��� p| ���' elate iln' love >,,.,.,,  pjeni Ifled a    b mei    i
������ i I  ���   ' n ih   lhal   lynched   the   allegi
: i rl.    i.i    wn    ii  com ,   , ���        the Lyerly i imllj  -
m   It  . and '>'��� hatevei be . e had  bei u  u   red  I i
i'ed 1    : louch "i gi nine " ,        .     or wired I he mill
  i'.uitr    iuid    Slatesvllli
. Can '���       i     1 ��� ���       '   "n ''  '"  S''H     :
:, i the foi tress here  wa        ��� '      i  and  g iard   Ihe
��� ru , ���:; ���, i  ol Ihe it:        ��� I'    |ji eratlon
A in hi ���
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STORM FOLLOWS HEAT
NEW YORK, August 7. A heavy thunderstorm, accompanied by a deluge of rain tonight
brought relief from the torrid heat of the past three
day?.
Lighting struck in several places in the city, but
no serious damage was done.
With the appearance of the storm the temperature, which has ranged between 85 and 90 degrees
during the day, fell rapidly, and when the rain
ceased a cool breeze from the north and clearing
mac? marked the passing o he h I wa and gave
assuranci   of a comfortable nighl  to th<     iffering
-:.- ds in thi        ested        '���  -   ;" l  ���   ��� :  .
While the a tperature 1 ring the day was per-
ptibly li ...   ���- ; i -   rday the humidity re
mained iffects  ft! e heated
term vere s i  ths numbering
ten, atti     '��� tl;   to tl     heat,   Tl        were
also scores of pro;
PHILADELPH1 '���.   ! a       7.   Ten  leaths due
I   a i excessive h al ������; th<  1; a   'ev   laj -    ere re-
ted t< day.   There were m ire than tw<  - ��r< s of
cases cf prostrations.   V'i1 maximum temperature
today was 90 degrees.
Trap Owners Believe
Sockeye Run is Ended
Seattle, Aug. 7 till
thi    '    ers of thi
as i      eatts of earning a
e sockeyi       mon
ng bi Daily n
ii   '���... it..-  -i'i e the I
.   fish i ed on Augu
een   i rn
��� I   .  i      ases fai        i    hi   ���
een        le, ii    s evidet    to the i
I causi
n wil
S     .... it   ��� ��� t  hesitate ti
state thel      eli ���
\   lev    thousand    '
night hi ���   ���        the different
it   when    hundn
ii uld   he 1     en  tlii
ired on     to the extent ol   -
i' i I   20
i.       iragi mi al      Ingi ;,i     thi
of tra]       wnen     an i    purs
fhe fishermen fullj
i i the run  which tools  plai ������ on the
. t.i   named  al ive  to  ci ntinue      In
���������'���, ��� ���       all of the
i     I ��� ��� -i    expecting    the
n   ���      ncreasi
V. v. ���       =easou   betwi < n  the
��� ������ ���   salmon is ap
od the formi      ' .'��� ���
���   grea   quantit;    hi
.   ...     t  is ff
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li   it ���    ipon   t - ' in ��� b il
>ais  In ordi       to
in   . ���   ���
��� ��� ��� .     lei   presiden
���   San        n Fisl     nd P       ng
pan wbii va;' at
i      .   ���     e,    ���'��������� ini ed tod       hat n
the trapmen
i I ���      t.oda.\ 's ' e
porl    ' ���    easi    ���     I    ������ .;
to give ii       I ������    ��� ��� eye foi
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FLOOD CAUSES RUIN TWO BOY MURDERERS
IN SOUTHERN TEXAS CAPTURED BY POSSE
CiDiidcurst Occurs nnd Cattle,  Horses   Lads   Answering   Description   of   Slay-
and  Sheeo Are  Loot���Crops ers   of   William   Powell   Caught
Damaged, Near  Drain.
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een received here that a   hei
[lOBsi red Ibi     ���     ��� i
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t ���       From   thi ���<
ul       ��� en      iiibt thai
'i       tji e r i    ilti     i   111 ���   i      ���   I . ���. ���   ��� -i
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t   i e   known
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Shingle Manufacturers
See Good Business Ahead
lod)
Tbe boyi A ��� ��� theli Dames as
Thoimi! Rei .��� ��� . nd fiugh - ixon, nnd
are alleged lo have i onfei bi d lo th i
killing  of  Powell,    Reeves  is  being
ttle, Aug. 7.   There will be no
It)   tm   ,i  curtailmenl    In   the
��������� output  this ear,    The strike
1 orapelle I lhe mills to close from
to six wei i;s has wiped oul the
1   stocks mi hand and has giv in
'   mill   men    ontrol  ol the    Bltua
I be shingle stocks al Minnesota
'   ter ;,,,. ,;ii,| tQ hiV1, |,,.,.n w,���k
!;' bul iii Kansas City the Bl
  "i  fi
���   '��� nati ���!  thai   the mills  will
'"ai le   ��� ip a  surplus    of
d - In    ",.��� remainder ol
The  fall  demand   will  use   up
���    hlngh    that i an be Bbl
easl and  this Insures the Btea lines
of the market.
With the movemenl oi tlie crops
an ' the eastbound lumbei and shingle
traffic, the car shortage, alren I tell
I.,.,.ni:. in some sections, will be a
handicap againsl manufacturers 1 be
shingle men have been giving lumber
manufacturer! the 11 nefll of tneir
cars and there is a feeling among the
shingle manufacturers thai the lumber men o igbl to give them the Fii ���'���
call im ii Pliable c irs    It Is noi prob-
le  though, thai tbe    mbermen wil
endi ���   HD)   idvan        thej    bave
sei 'li'i'd.
id   ii  '  in i- ui hei n Texas   I iduy,
,.. hen  Ihe  Colorado rlvi     ������       '���    ed
-1  ni  |i    ban
The   death   list   Is   growing   hourly
and ii is believed thai the worsl dls
astei  since the Galveston Hood    has   guardi I to preveni    hlm   committing
visited Texs suicide    The antecedent* of the hoys
Relief (rains are cul off,'telegraph   ''"""" '��' laarne<J-   Mvlcea from Che
hulls are  lo th<- effect  that  Superln-
"' telephone wires are down and tbe   .^ . ,   ��� ,  flen)ea  thfly  ^ ^
fate of the Inhabitants of several Iso-   n,,. reform school,
lated towns Is unknown,   0	
Dull,is. Texas, Aug   7.   Specials to Car Runs Wild,
the News from st.m Angelo county to- New   Yuri;,  Aug.    ~.���a    crowded
day show that first  reports of flood north bound Madison avenue surface
damage were greatly exaggerated, The car ran wild for ten blocks down a
i  i! or ado and Concho rivers are Bub- sleep Incline today, collided with  a
siding.   Ranchmen have   lost   many moving van al  B9th street, wrecked
head of cattle, horses and Bheep and Itself and  the  van ond  killed    one
in the Brookwood section   crops   on horse, while al least 20 persons were
v   lands  bave  been  ruined. Injured, six so severely that they w<
The Gulf, Colorado nmi  Santa Pe' taken  io a  hospital,    Many  of    ie
BANK SWINDLERS
ESCAPE ACROSS
BOUNDARY LINE
President Paul O. Stensland   and   Cashier   Hering   Make
Their Way to Canada    Young Stensland
is   Locked   up   by  the
Chicago Police.
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���    Mi Hi,nkee
. - ted  '"
ge o I nf   hi
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her i
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e finance oi      e
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ery  of m
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bat even the
.       ���
with and rifled.    11  was declared to-
ncial expert     hal probably
evei      ��� ���     -  on  the    dollar    would
hi  final adjustment.
#   ���    thai Stenslai d has n   de
his esi   pi    ���  " C inada, is sup ioi ed
b;   a    ���   ���   '   from   Superior,  W:i    to
the   effi cl   that   Sergeant    of   Po ice
Dai \\ ln  Sei . ;i. of thai  city, Baw   the
it- ing     ��������� ikei  on a Duluth and  Su-
. ���    or car en route to Superior. Anothei    despatch from Superior   from
Chief  oi   Police    McKennan    tended
mw  thai S ��� ��� ���.' 'ni- wa)
to Ca om Duluth. Cash
ler Hi to have ree
...   ..
 o	
Debts of Zion.
Chicago      '��� I ..1
Btatemi ....       ,,r
City v
CH
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.   .    eer Voliva
ears
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P: t Thi
��� .   ��� jn    Investi ������ ���
������ t      . .    lng votes
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I mi   tg ���-��������� ��� n
...      ,,i Uvide I  land  of
Aie c '
Twi ��� ��� be gross
earn! >. ��� the clt; will lie set aBide
for a sinking fund to pay off the
l rincij al indel tedness.
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Duke's Party Shaken Up.
Brecon, Wales. Ana. 7.���An automobile in which the Duke of Con-
n tugh and i i min rs of his staff were
riding from Monmouth to Rhayader
ii d i> ��� ltd< I w ith another car and
both were wrecked
The   occupants   escaped   with     a
severe shakins up,
KMBEZZLER CAPTUHED       FRENCH FINANCIERS
IN CITV Of TORONTO BELIEVE IN CANADA
Clintcn   B.   Wmy    Admits    That    He   Consul   General   at  Montreal   Says  In-
Stele $125,000 from  Pittsburg terest in Canadian  Securities
Bank. Increases.
Ti ronto,   \m. 7.���Clinton B. Wray,
aged I wi ���!"   nine ! eai b, and a nativi
ol   i 'hicago  was   n rested  h  toda)
' n con pli i:i   ol i he Union T:;:
���        urg   thai    he . had
. .  led MJ"   i ��� ni the ��� on i any.
i ears  hi    A"!   ; een   teller   an 1
......     .   ,., ,,,, ,   ,,r itj,.    institutli ii
i . , enl Ale man w ho succeeded him
in th" iiosltion wns arrested on the
san ��� chai ge and ii was ns a result of
an examination of his hooks then
��� ide thai Wray's shortage w;>j dls
covi n d The prisoner ��ho is said
to havi idmitted his guilt to the local
lice i    e be ".ill nol  flghl extradl-
Last  Appeal   Lost.
Lon li n,   Uig. 7,   Tlii> judicial com
��� ��� ���   ���       e privy i ouncll I )' ve- i
.     . i     ...  dismiss 'i  ol   the ap- j
iir vs. DunBtnuii    au i
Dunsmuli
The        ��� ���'   ������ suited  frnm  the
���   Hop breal  the
Vli v   Dunsn   ���
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Monl ��� al,    Aug.    7 ���"Thi re   iJ   a
��� ising interest being iiiken
iii    Fiance in  (.'ana.linn    securities,"
said Mr. Kleezkowski, consul general
the  republic on  his return today
from his  3ummei trip.
"II  ;- difficult to trace it, bee iui ���
most ... the business is done by w
of London.    Bul  I  have seen eno
of ii   ti ��� self 'ii be able to judge
the   progress  made   by  Canadian  ce
cmiiies  In  the   favoi   of   French   A.-
restors     I   know of one   extremely
' h     nan in  Paris who is taking
....  fiftieth of the entire capital Btock
of thi   Grand Trunk Pacific, a security  u hli h t  vi ���;.   favorablj   regar 1" I
thei ������
Wild  West   Disaster.
Hai ��� Isi urg, P i     Vug   7    A ten He
������ '   ������ !m i  Bl " m  s :���   Harriir
i |       . ���,. |...
Lightning       led   Ch tries   M    Rl< b
lefrand i ���'���l  Injured
of  P ���:: ������  ���      Bill's
Wild   Wesl   sh   i      I'j'iiiMi I     v ib    .:
-.I
;.|   the   iiuiiii   tent
ralnted   I	
North Pole Expedition
is Now in Unknown Land
. . ad compo iy expects to hnve Ito
iiMiiges   repaired by tomorrow,   No
.  i ba..' ' een lost,
passengers wi re hurl by jumping, The
accident   w:is ill." to a  failure Of  the
brakes.
Portland, Aug. 7. By ihis time the
Vnglo-Anierlcan Polar expedition is
well on the way In tha Antic se is, tn
a letter received In Portland yesterday dated at Pott. Clarence, on July
20 Bjnor Mikkelsen who has charge
of the expedition nays the vessel
would sail that night for thn unknown. The steamer is the Duchess
Of Bedford whicli had been used as
it whaler. Among the head officials
of tho party i* KnwM Lefflngwell, a
Chicago  scientist.
A month or more agoythe steamer
set out from Unalaskn I'or the Siberian '.mist to secure doK teams. It
was   tie     mention   of   the   party   to
stop en route and make an examination of the new island whicli appear
ed re enti) near lhe Pribyloff group,
but Mikkelsen says the winds were
unfavorable and sens rough, and It
imis decided to abandon tlie Idea.
Effecting ;: landing at St. Lawrence
Island,  he explains  that  they  found
j the natives to be hard up (or boating gear and lm succeeded In striking
a bargain for all of the dogs needed.
, Alter a trade was completed the
Bteamer went through the Bering
strait and on to Port Clarence without mishap, although the weather was
extremely rough,
it Is probable that this will he the
| hist iv isi ge received from the ex-
plori rs untl] they again return to the
outskirts of civilization, which will
be something like two or three years.
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IDAHTj DEMXUT.
tGAKSI MORMONS
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La . il    oi hei
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The has i        been     ih
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r a number o
In   iddltlon   to  iii"    entertalnmeni
...it.' icture       he ladle
hi will  be entertained  al
Coun i    ��� lull ii.'  Mr, E. L, Drewry on
Tuesday afternoon, September I-
.:   THIS   Vr'A'j
EVERYBODY
R THE bill SHOL
t' ���*  *i-*sr--
Tkere Are Great Things   tf
Doing Here N
ow
Johnston's
Summer Shoe
f***^
Is Still in Full Swing
\\7E are _ ing to force every pair of MEN'S, WOMEN'S, BOYS', MISSES'and CHIL-
DREN'S SUMMER SHOES out of our store at once.   X" matter what the loss.
Apart from the many shoes we have thrown out on the bargain tables, nick out ai v pair
Shoes in our stock and they're yours at a great big reduction in price.    People who are
awake to this important shoe event will save a nice little sum by making investments now. *
Read These Wednesday Morning Prices:
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50c
75c
95c
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-
$2.50
$2.50
$1.35
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for hot weather. "     C1   ftA
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$1.50       I	
.- boot
hest wear the ston
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Cl 2^  iiHiBiiHIHi^HiBi^iBiiHBiiiiH
33.50
* $3.00
��� T
S1.50 $2.50
We could fiil a whole page with similar bargain prices.      The above will give
you some idea or what we are doing at this Great August Shoe Sale
Store Closes To-morrow Afternoon for
the Usual Weekly Summer Half Holiday
Harvest
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Big Shoe House
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THE  P\.l'l>   srv��'s
DON'T   BL>
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THE    WESTERN    MILLING    CO.,     LTO.
CALGARY.   M t>t KI \
p.    G.      DAWSON.      Agent,       145      H^stirii;        SCrtel      \\ *���r.
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V r A PERFECT SET tf r
OF TEETH FOR J 3 I *
Kum   ���
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... g ..  Liiteeth     I   'A  beam i....;���  ar I  :
...   : :.���    est set   : a. -. a      n ever sav
:   j twice as n .. h.     I >ur n ���    a   cal < xperts
- ���-.-.     :    ng experienci     ���    i i      I h��rs}
��� ��� ir work is the best   ���. t    the Dei tai
fessioii
��� ��� er pric< s w<
rth com
ng miles to pr
'lit by :
Cold   Filling  .  .  .
. $1.00
Gold Crow ns .
. . $5.00
Platina Filling  .  .
. $1.00
Bridge Work i
:;:.,���.> tf.oo
Silver Filling .  .  .
50c
Set of Teeth   .
. . $5.00
Consultation and Examination Free of^Charge.
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee.
The Boston Dentists,LW-
Hon j 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.   Remember the Place
407  Hastings St. VV.,  Vancouver
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Is   jlir, i    :l\\\    fll . i    e\]
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game lost  in Nay  Westminster   on I hundred pound maniac, keen to fight,
SiitiuiiHy  mi  the grounds thai    the  bul too da i to tell his   name   or
referees were nol appointed and as irhereaboul t Deputy Sheriff
the men In charge on Saturday are Beattj b hard fight this morning,
BUpporteri respectively of the two when Beattj relieved ;i number ot
competing teams this forma the mon ai ihe Cliff inn, who were hold
ground of the complaint, it is nlso | Ing the maniac In n corner The
[hinted thai the Vanopuvers win try to man said he broke Into the* hotel to
liiive all the matches of the se'aaon'l.flnd the   'professor" nnd get papers
thrown out on ihe same ground!,
Thai the actlotf of the Vancouver
club.   ,���       ���  Vancouver World, will
cause  ;i ' "iimu'iii is eertalnj and
M   i    1.1 lally  certain  that  the < mi
I ment will not all be friendly,
and money, Mining stock certificates
were round on him, on oiio of which
wns the name Thomas Mclsaaca, Nci-
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hia name maj possibly be i.s "i years
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vii THE DAILY NEWS
niggardly in their grants I i the men
"hoy do get to enable them to follow
��� I - d)  upon the heels of the investi-
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Pub-
lehing   Company,   Limited,   at   their
iffices   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front | gators into the secrets of nature.
Streets,  New Westminster,  B.  C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   Brown P..   J.   Burde
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpariel I 12 linos to
the  inch.      Five cents  per  line  for | ment. If a group ol ii-i!      v   a child
Ij:\ Lankester says that, ecause of
this failure to spenl public money
freely in providing for the study of
'isease,  'iiu.;.-.mis oi  p,     I ��� dy
ing of preventable liseases. Though
delivered in the cold and aninipas-
sione 1 manner of the s ientific inv, sti-
gator, this is reallj a terribl ���     raign-
hospital have found it necessary, in I
iho Interest of the patients, to a I >p1
means to restricl the numb ��� ol S in-
day visil irs Tin' welfare of tlie parents i eing the firsl c msi leration,
there can, ui se, be n ithing il
ipproval the iction iken, as in-
n uinr-ed ." ee Pi I . '3ter-
1 i   .   .1...    .      i.i   ii.   : .   11 ���
numl ei     I   ��� isit ��� -   ������..  s in la i.
subsequent insertions.
killed by ii street car before their ,-; es
Reading notices, bold face ty;ie, 20   when they could have rescued it, we
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
For   time   contracts,   special   posi-
tons, apply to advertising manager.
should feel like applying to them the
term of ������murderers," but in what is
their position different from that of a
Notices   of   births,    marriages    or   society which might, by   encouraging
deaths, 50c.   Wants, for sales, lost or   scientific research, save the lives   of
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
word. No advertisement taken for
lesj than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Business office
Editorial   office   ...
22
17
thousands of children and  thousands
oi adults?
The truth is that we pay too little
heel to the cries of these volunteer
sentinels on the outer bastions of life.
A scientific fact has to be popularized
Manager's   residence    277 and   made  cheap  before  we   will  con-
| siiier  it.    We  have  millions  foi   pro-
....,..-. tection against the possible dangers of
<DSioN:4^:aet war;  but  we will vote very little for
          *                       -t~- protection against the ever-present and
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1906. certain  dangers of disease,     'i'i let   ii
  fi reigner shoot down a Britis i su
SURRENDERING      TO      PREVENT-   B'ith   i'��i'll:li,-v  *OUld   Be  an    ii,   ���
ible blol upon our nation ���   h  n n . but
ABLE  DISEASE. ,, ,g (m]y (m(i Qf ^ .[{g    |f [lfe
!>:���. Ray Lankester, in his p    siden-   when   a   disease   germ,   whi ii   mighl
tial address to the British Ass ciatiou,   have  ieen outlawed long   go, slays its
arraigned officialdom foi i s I e to   tens of thousands.
keep i:i touch  with the   idvan emeni      The war upon tu -:     - ���
of science in its wai upon disease. He   ing headway  largelj     ecause        tbe
declared  that  the   public  officials   in l<    i I easily  tinde stood
��� ii i. _���  of the d ,i   a   nts,   i-hich pro   employed:  and we can stii
fess ;    protect human life   ind heath,   public interest in such ,     .   nta   ques
are "as unaware tod      as the;   were   tions as pure ii A   and    leai    ������   ti
���
We will not ris
Cninese Bandits Killed.
Harbin, Manchuria, Aug. 7���A
band of i 'hinese ban li's engag ��� I In
pillaging along .. > Sug u i rivei w.is
shelled by a Russian gunboal yes
terday. A large numl ���: if the band-
Its were killed.
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Wins On Time Allowance.
Cowes, Isle of Wight, Aug. ".���The
Kariad finished first hut tlie Satanita
arriving six minutes, 20 seconds, later
won on time allowance. The Mete >r
wiis third. The Cetonia retired from
the contest.
injured  Men Die.
Wil. is  irre, Pa., Aug. 7.���Three of
seven men burned by an exploai n   if
gas i:i   , colliery of the Susquehanna
Coal i ompanj   at   N intic i    yestei
die i  during   the   night.    'A, ,    the .-
are so  ia lly injure 1 that tl
��� - ..iver.
FOR   THE  LITTLE   ONES.
Guards and  Robbers Is a J-'il.'y Game t:
Play  In  the   House.
This i- ii .������',. A. t nmy b ' played   with   i iiroi   oi   i   ire  i liildren
Choose a i        I   it lms t.-.vo or
doors, '   ���-...,. d'.'O!
p]  . ���''
je -.    ��� .     , .    ��� ��� ; hion
One  child   -'���' -   i:i   tii-.'  r ti   i
guard ���:���.',..���       ��� the oti:
ers try ; i ..     I lie i.    '���       mrse I
robbi "-,.:.    il  tel]   '���"       . do  :' tlii
guard '-   ���     ling ne.tr, so �� In n tl
come quiet!;   t:p to   I ���     the bean
bags I '      't catisriit instead
If the _ ��� ird cal hi - i I ild thai
child mi ���' -' !'��� i prisoner in tin
room. The rd can run out >l
thc room Io clia.-o one if the rob-
lie>- if she wishe to, bul she is api
in thai ��� iso I.1 ii ive - >mo of the
bean hags stolon from the othei
do irs, Wh "i "���, Iv one h 'an bag is
1' :'��� th ��� ��iune :��� aim >-! o\cr, for in
that case I lie . tar i A- . es the re-
mainin 3 r )bh ���:��� or r ibbers all ovei
the house till sl > cal lies them. 1 li
course ;' py -' I tr to pel the lasi
bean bti r. but it is 1 it so i>as\ Tin
pm ird   v ������ ���        -'  ���  ��� ���' 11   1 In
robbers, 1 i .' ��� ��� s, , r- ���, iu if they
capture all t! e beau bags.
It takes  a   lot  of  money  to  make
some men good  looking.
GOING  TO  EXTREMES.
twenty-fivi   years ago of the vital im-   But,   naturally,   we  go
me   on 1 he   han, 1 - if our
portance of si ience."   "Whole ��� e -
ments," he ad led, ' in n bii i, s Lenl ific
i.ii wli ige was the  me   hlng n     [fui, A ial   ::,-,  stigal irs   maj ,-er ;
were carried on by ministers,  se re ew   emed    for an old ill     We    .:..
taries and clerks, who were not onl; that we are doing finel;   vhen ,ve pro-'
wholly ignorant of science, but dislik- vide  money  for the    application    of
ed il  because in  many instances    ii 1 mn   of the 1 medles whi a i ive al-
waa ii  condemnation  of their official ready   been   liscove    :    nd   tested   in
employment." Europe.     Civilization   mus      me     of
This is probably Intended  to  be a these   days���co-operate   moi ���   intelli-
crlticism only of the situati in in Brit- gently   with   the  volunteei   light    in-
.rn; ir;' i; is unfortunately applicable fantry of >c: -nee
to a  wider  field,  says  the  Montreal .;,
Star.   The blame, however, cannot be
laid entirely at the door of officialdom.
One effect ol the runnii .      Sun lay
cars   in   Wininpeg  has  been  unques-
The public must shoulder .1 good tionably to increase the number of
share. In the first , nice, the public visitors at the city hospitals, says the
are no: always careful to secure The Winnipeg Free Press. In fact, syni-
best scientific men to fill their of- pathetic friends have so crowded
ficiai positions on the ramparts of i these institutions on Sunday that the
health, and they are also exceedingly   directors   of  the    Winnipeg   General
The Officer:    "I   will  throw  my  heart  at  your  feet."
The Lady:    "There you are!     You always go to extremes.'
W. R. Gilley, 'Khone It-'l.
WEDNESDAY. AUGJ3T 8, 19e,
J. R. Gniey, 'Hnone 1 ||
GILLEY BROS
Dealers 111
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. (..'. pottery Co. sewer pipe, etc..
l.ocai agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depo
'Phone lb
Lime
Juice,
Bathing
Caps,
etc.
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Drug   Store
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ters pert lining to business and marriages, ..' i-i. present an 1 :' iture fore-
told. One week only. Corner 8th
.,:. 1 c irn irvon street
for rent���1. irge, well llghte l r wm,
suitable for an office, Apply to
Chas  O. Major,
SEALED   TENDERS   a 1 In
the undersigned, an 1 endorse I
der for Posi Offlce, Fernie, B. c
be  received   al   this  Offl
lay, August  I, 1906, Inci islve,
:t' ruction  of  .1   Posi '. a
building iii Fernie, B   <
Plans and spi
1     rms ol  tender   1
D   lar  t it and on applica
rl    \    Kerr,   Esq.,  1
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,���      ins tendei
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Bach tendi I     e a
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made payable to 1
! ile the Min
equal to ten per 1
., mo       1       ie tend
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li i upon to   lo if hi
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thi endei ho not a ted
v, 111 1 '    ned.
Departn        ;
1 1 ,,, epl the   ' i'i       ' tendi
B    order,
FRED. GELINAS
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De iai tmenl of Pu die w ��� ��� I
Ottawa  .1 lly 12, 1906
Newspapers Inserting this adve
ment  withoul autborltj   from the i
$150
Gold!
Reichenbach  Company,  Limited
PRIZE
CONTEST!
Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 906
First Prize $50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purcha >e. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 1906,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
Reichenbach  Co.,  Ltd
Columbia Street
'wmixm
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
New Westminster *��0N
.SDAY- AUGUST S. ,906.
THE DAIL> NEWS
5
THE CASH  STORE
Toward
the
End
of
Sum
mer
ng   displaj   of  Summer good |
old   oul, other s  gi
oken ��� - ���  ��� ��� ,
���    still  able  to show I
for���Moreover many 1
liein ted at reduced
nd (linghan        11 i . . ; .
iv er priced  i ���' -
priced goods I Suits
Suits of wh
i.
Local News Briefly Told
The R. P. Rlthi impl ise     Before he had
'"'���:���        from   v'ii - :.    finished explai   ag to I      I imily that
eral cargo on       ird, 'he hoi ���������  was      tning alone, 11
was time  for him to report  for duty
Mi ��� ie      yeste
irnli      ii  -        Woolley, w iei e sl ���
'���'��� ill 1'i-i ���   i:.  .   ture
A telegram recel. d yestei laj fi un
N inaimo ann mnce h it .1. C. Brown
vill   return  to  New  Westminster  to-
��� u
: ��� :n i ���-. ii. : without having i. i .
any sleep he re uae 1 to 'he police
station  I i  begin  i.i- night's  work.
AT THE  HOTELS.
Guichon���Mr. and Mrs.  E. E, Alns-
worth, Seattle;  A. I). Rothstein, Van-
A carload of vitrified pipes arrived   couver;   Mrs.  Sohnoder,   .1.   Glllicom,
here yesterday from Victoria for Gil-   jr., Seattle; j   H. Zaring, Jacksonville,
i'\.  Bros.   The pipes will be used for   Florida.
sewer    construction  throughout    the
,.jtv Colonial���Frank Brooks, A. Thomas,
Seattle;  VS. Munn, Vancouver:  J, Mc-
Owing to the inability of the Bur-   Kee,   Ladner;   R   B,   Raymond,  Van-
��� ���   I Crickei club to come over toda)   < ouver,
. play the sche lule I game al Qi n's
park, the match  ha -    een  posi. ine I
indefinite!
20 Per Cent  Discount
Makes a Big Saving When Buying Furniture
For instance:
|4.50 good values Iron Bed for    $3.60
Elegant Solid Oak Rocker, cobbler seat, bargain at $3.50, for...$2.30
Parlor Furniture is equally low in price. We bave a splendid line
of Upholstered Goods and are ?ure to please you. It will pay you
to see our line. These special prices will not last long, so purchase now for cash and save something.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
Dupont Block.
Telephone 73.
te  St.   \i.:: ew 'a   Pi esbj terian  Bi-
cl        bail   an   enjoyable   pi< nlc
Windsor���Walter Peart, Mission; F.
I!     Pickering,    Chilliwack;    O.    H.
Davenport,   Sheridan,  Oregon;   It.   E.
Austin, A. Buron, Vancouver; Thomas
W, Grier, Coquitlam; T.C. Single, Port
i Brunette    ..������.-,     yesterda;    Hammond;  Emil Hartje, Porl  Moody.
...A-    The     :  :.; ���   was   well      i,'-
.   i   and   .  -it  Mi,,,-  ,   -  spenl      1"-;,";    Wm   Brown' Ha,1's Prairle;
M. Kirby, Harris in Rivei ; C. S alvuis,
Vancouver;   .1.   London,  Elgin;   P.  A.
'    ''  hnson,   Barne! ;    S.   McEwen,   Ash-
ifl :   I'   S:ii. :.-. - m, V   ' ���   .
X4'*S?S.'SfSf.VS*sss.'S.'S!*'.VSW
I Reduced Prices!
���ON-
i .
ivinci     . -.        .���
itlin on a  politi . ���     i m
Princi       il .
.���.���ii::'.. :.
morning.
Cosmopolitan    !i.    Sj mcock,    Van-
'    iver;     Thoma -     Fostei      'li een's
Lai ling; D. A. Johnson
W.  Stew irt,   Ag    -A.
Ladies' Blouses and
Shirtwaist Suits
The  White House
I
#2.50 Wash Suits
���.
$5.25 Wash Suits
���rea iod i an i
va sb - i ' Is   well m ide    ind n turned with insert! m,
���   $6 50,  $7.50        ���  ( in iw $5.25
15c Table
������ ���,   ta de   - devote I  to I i Ginghan       Ch imbraj -
i ii      vi hose  forme    pri _     md A,  yard    'er �� . ��� h
:. '   a'         15c
Remnant Table
��� "ii:" in  : ir spi tioi     ist nov     i ,.  n'i
a      ��� ���   i i -e ��� bej 're so        , i i readll      still
i-i," .oi I mure are ��� > I   are cul   low
. Ho 5
mit
i ee i       ���    I        ���      live,
X, v.-   We La, ���   . i ���
....   ������   ,     .'. :.     I's offic,    . :-
rnoon  at  fo
.... Laci isse
v. iii   : , ��� . i, -1 ��� i.- -. ��� i
Two      nail  fin .     in     the
:.   Qui   " , .���--... i
ief3re   t! ������.    -
���   . the    vei e noticed   ���    P    n I-
>i   A. J. BIRTCH.
'���;
275 Columbia St.  >i
:^^*: r-*;:*-::^: :���; :*-i :���: :^ ;���: :^ :^ ;�����; :^ :������; ;���: :^ :���������: :^ ;-���; '^���>; :��>: :������; i��; ;������. ;^ 5��; :-������: :���; :���>: :������>: :���?; ;������: ^-: :������;:������; :���; r��; ;���: :^: :���: :������: :���; :^ :���; ;���; ;������; ;������: !���; "-���i :���: i*_ !*���:
Tennis  Tournament.
Ti..- tennis I mrnameni con .:. les t >
i.i'iiii ��� consi lera le itti ht >i im ng
the devotees of the sport, . n i interesting games      ���   being   playi     dally.
The igra e fo toda c im-
mencing al fou o' o Is - fol-
li as:
Gentlen en's    d mbles,    Grant    and
er I    t, who carried wa .- Stewarl vs. Duthie an i M< F irlane,
Japani se  houses  ��� :;   Twelfi.    Si
u . exting dshi I th,
��� ��� al ��� ��� ','. . Will im Beat-
plai '��� ;��� estei laj i., .������ n ion to
the <> Idfellow's een ������ ery a' .Sa; per-
��� ,i. 'iie Rev, W. ii. Barraclough
ficlal iii- 'i'i." p iii : e trers were:
M��� ' imniing, Halll laj. Cassil-
:'. i' ii.::.-: i. Stephens in and Clark.
William Huntzen, a recent arrival
i: om Aie States, w is I iken I > the
lockup lasl night, on a chai -������ if being durnk mil disorderly. Officer
Bourke made tiie arrest, and was in-
:. i ij Huntzen thai I wo lawyers
v., ill , e hire I in the "morning to defend him and make things interesting
the   , 11, , ��� :"; i'. ���.
Mrs.  'I'i.:',,-..  .' ick - m,   ���'. li ise    hus-
Ladies sli gles, Mis- Fillini .;.��� \.-.
M:s. Johnston.
Gentlemen's singles, O'Brien vs.
tlrimai omb -
Gentlemen's singles, Fletcher vs.
McQuarrie.
The resull of yesterday afternoon's
games was as follows:
Gentlemen's singles, Lewis beat
Johnston,  0  to  ::,  s  to  6.
Mixed doubles, Miss Fillimore and
White heat Miss Cotton and Stewart,
tl to 3, 13  to  13, ij to  1.
Gentlemen's singles, Latham beat
Duthie,  6 to 0
Special Clearance
Sale of Shirts
2'37 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C. i
-o-
i:i .oil see our assort-
:; enl of ihe famous
Eaton-Hurlbut!   0    ^*M1*   i
Stationery
wnlcn arrived a .short time ago.     A.
I' is swell. T A.
I-1. MACKAY HO.,  *
BOOKSflltRS ANO STATIONERS
Phone  157.
Collision  Off Cape Flattery.
Seattle,  Aug,  7.���The    tour-masted
schooner  King Cyrus  and  the    hark
Curzon collided off Cape Flattery on
poisoned   in   Sunday,    Tiie   King   Cyrus   is   badly
,,,....  ;,..   October   12,  is  again I damaged, while the Curzon sustained
tree   woman.    Yesterday    morning   slight damage.   The Kin- Cyrus lost
. ,. was released from the provincial   her head  gear and  foremast, and is
She  immediatelj   wenl  to Van-   anchored four miles south of Flattery
.,,..     .,, w) ���      , .,  i. resid . th v..   rocks.   The Curzon Is being towed to
i       the release   if hei  mother, Mrs.   Seattle.
;. s, v, ho has '. el an ii hei
i     s to serve i.i j ill.
The Beaver   irrive , hei e yest,
w ith   ' he   follow iiu   ; a isengers     ��� m
rd:   P.   Morrison,   Mr.   an i     Mrs
Ressett, Mis  Ralph, D   McGillivi ty, V.
'.  a ild,  .1.   A.   Evans,   Mrs.  Gull,   Mr,
,  Mrs   I)   A. Van Cramer, L. Mas
������ ���.  I,   c.  Vol k,  Mis- G   isetree,  Mr.
Perderey, G. Bolan, Mrs. Wilkie, Miss
c dbeck,  Mrs   Robinson,  Miss Robin-
on, T,  Bailey, J.  Bailey, A. J.  Cunningham.
Our regular good
values ��� $1.25, $1.50
and $2.00���to clear the
store,
Sizes 14i to 172
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
CLOTHIER
Agree On Arbitration.
Rio Janeiro, Aug. 7.���Tin.. International American conference at its session today unanimous'!... adopted the
arbitration projeel Epifando Portela,
thi Argentine delegate, withdrew
temporarily today trom the confer-
once to recel... Secretarj Root at
: i ienos Ayres.
 n	
Disaster in Mine.
Charleroi, Belgium, Aug. 7.���An
elevator iu which nine miners were
going down to the Marchinnes Coal
mine here this morning dropped two
hundred yards smashing the car to
atoms and instantly killing all its oc-
;l (upants.
iimmn.mil-:rpilHir.' AVorinHrtBffllMHi'llrltihn
i- ca:..7 a ta.-:: can ds iced i
Rowan's
:d vrlth I
���f,
i
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest Stock  in the City.
'/'    Mounted    In  any   Style    you   Desire.
\^Evr^'fs^w'mBn&y/      Come and ln8pect Them'
'rWEsm/( w   c chamberlin
^iOMMONQ.'"     To. Jeweler,     ���     Columbi. St
Royal City Pish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
(iame In Season
We deliver to all part* of the City.    Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
N��rt Daily New,. New Wettminster, B. C.
ll, ti. Coram, acting Inspector ot
agencies over the western lines of
the C. 1'. it was in the city yesterdaj Inspecting the local departments
of the C, iv It Mi' Coram had
look  over the depot,  wharves,  freight �� '
Bheds and other buildings, as well as Timber Limit on Fire.
ins,lectin..' the work carried on in the      Toronto,   Aug.   7.-A   message   was
various departments, and    expressed   received al  the parliament  buildings
himself us satisfied  with the  result  today reporting a Hre on the famous
, hU inspection Gillies timber limit In Cobalt region.
The message is very  brief,   simply
��� o  slating that   tire  was disastrous    but
Chocolate. Pink, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple  and  Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
Advertise   in   The   News
Loses   Sleep   Chasing   Horse.
Officer Bourke reported tor duty at
the police station last  evening with
thai tired expression on his face, and
iu responce to Jailer Mclnnes' tender
Inquiries, he related the story of the
day's troubles. Upon returning home
from night duty, Mr. Bourke found
thai one of his horses hud strayed
away, and he ininiedately set out to
find the erranl steed. After following several clues given ont by persons who had seen an animal roaming
around, and tramping several miles in
pursuit, he finally discovered that he
had been chasing a cow all the morning. Disgusted with the result of his
long tramp, Mr. Bourke wenl. back
home ami firmly decided that be
would let the poundkeeper do nil the
horse catching In future, .lust as he
was falling asleep, in- was Informed
that a neighbor had seen the horse
at Moody Square, He goi up, and
hurried oul. hut upon arriving at the
Bquare, no trace of the horse could be
seen. On his waj back to his house,
lie caught up with the horse on
Fourth avenue, and rode hack In trl-
wuis under control.
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BLAINE CARNIVAL
A   WEEK   OF   ATTRACTIONS
COMMENCING MONDAY, AUG. 20
CLOSING   SATURDAY,   25th
Balloon Ascension and Parachute J.;mp every day, and many other free
acts.   Dancing every day and night and a big continuous Vaudeville Performance
One Whole Week of Fun.   Baseball and   Other Sports
EXCURSION   RATES TROM ALL POINTS
i>     ���
Wednesday,   August   22nd,   British   Columbia   Day
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Hamilton. Toronto,
Montreal. Quebec.
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Time Table
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WHEN   GOiNG  EAST
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Minneapolis. St. Paul
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Trains &. Steamers
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Leave     --������   ' -.'....
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and S a  m.   uid -.    \  half bonr tie
Fraser River and Gulf
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Canadian Pacific Railway Co
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TIME TABLE
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ALASKA   ROUTE.
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Fl   ::.   A   '������    "   -    -    -       -
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via            ���   -....-
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Tbe nasi .���       ml bc
* .:<������;    -I -       Ice tbe train
bow "
"Did ��� . ��� ��� .. ...,-.. ��� , drj ,. t0 tvje
ttati/jr.'" ibe ������    ed
"Of coorBe," be laid. "TTiere H only
one itat on
"Too fofstet tne Nortbern," ibe rm-
rrilnded. ' [ oele wai taking rn* there.
I lire In Cn or, f'-rri'-''. .lohn finp(^is*d
���'   t you n .   ��� ��� lbe North'-rn."
"j- i-i.- red me rlgbt," be admitted,
;���]���..���.   i .-   ��� ������ I.     "1 irappOM the
t,'. |j ���     -.- to do In to drive back to tbe
bartx :     forgivenew"."
������If,. .. if   _��� ... inied " ��h��
piii't'f- ������
He lifted tbe   ���.���- Itli -��� tul e and    ��� w
I Ci vei
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.   di      It's g to be    -   tmed of,
to i - a SVelabn a   '   be - to irby
nol admli H '���'
Bnt I'd . '���'��� ��� i," aald tiie man
with the couch. "1 wouldn't know a
������-1 of I ....���'��� if I beard It."
I! -    still   i.viisJTiant.
��� V ���.    . ��� .-.'.   ��� ord a jiJinnu-
ngo," I;'- -������ iwled      Foo ��� in't f''r'l m*-.
Ton forgot    mreelf for a
������| didn't.   I ..... ��� ������ In
protest, and eo igfaed .'icam
���"Ii,...' ^ it! That'* :���''-���: tbe Weteb-
i      ���   ��� ;... ��� - tbe word
J .' ..��� rd."
Bul tin bin?   od     .    I lost 1
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bout   "foo : '   X't   rnn
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VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victor a.
Leave*  Vancouver riai.y &". 1 p. m
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. s. Charmer.
Leavea New vs. ������ inater at 7 a. m
on We lnesday and Mon I
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Josh
Vancouver dally c-icept Bat
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Hon., 7 a.m.
.-        '��� Sat. 4 a-m.
Mail Service
ie, Bea    ���
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; tn
; tn. -
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:'       PJn. 10.30 a.rr.
��� 4.41; p.m.    7.io p.m.
.340 in.,    g.00 p.m.
..12.00 m.   1100 m.
- .    .
-
Vai        ���-....
Cl   rei
Beattle  etx ..  .
'���' ���    (���   ��� ent Pai
VI -    la	
East B lrnaby
Steveston, etc....
East, via c. P. R..
East, via C, P. P.
Sap., Mi.:, Coo/m.
Van   & Burnaby.
Timberland, T'j<:3.
Prtday 	
Tenders fcr a L eenta to Cut T mber
on Dominion Lands In the Province
Of Brit sh Columb'a.
BEALEXi  TENDERS,      Idn    ed   t<
the  Tii   . ���     ��� ���   ���.; .,     Branch    :
' tbe Interior    ��� |   .   - .
' '   "     '-���'���';    ".������.���-������".������
signed    an!
lea to 1
���   ted
essfnl tendi
tired to i -������.        r.'ract   in   ton
.���   Lo    the    C rjf-rs
and 1    furnish an acce;.-- :    b< ;.jeon
a chartered bank   ' Canada, payable
to   the   Commissioners of the Trans-
itinental Railway for a sum equal
'.o ten per cent (1" per cent I of the
amount of tbe tender, u -���   irlty for
tbe due and faithful performance of
tbe contract.
No tender for less than five   thousand ties will be considered
The right Is r-   i   . ��� ! to reject any
or ail tenders.
By Order,
P.  E.   P.VAN,
.��������������� f thi
1 r-.r       ���'������-���..:!'.'...    -.
Dated al Ottawa  J ine 26th
Three
Transcontinental
Trains DaiK
- -
"NORTl ' -     .
:      ' -   -lighted trail      I
X '      -
New  York.  Chicago.
Toronto, St. Paul
AM   -.: :  :
-���...-    ���   - 7    . . -      -   .
S;*;i'    Reduced    P;t?s    Round   Trip
Fa:��s   t:   Southern   Ci   'ornia
C. E. LAS '   -
:    :-A. ��� -.- St    Vai
K.D.CE '.:���   ]   S
I   n ��� -���.
Spokane falls & Northern HaH
Nelson & ft. Sheppard R>. Co.
Red Mountain Rv Co
' ' -   ���   ��� ��� st
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���   ������     I    Sfeyers
"   8 .���       -   r
n  tr
ffectivi     - N r   ic
iooi.
Leave            p.y ~-. -
9 20 ��rr  Sp li me
IMJ   pJU K   -A .-. |
0.40 a.m Nelson
H.A.JACK-    '���
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIK,
WHITE    HORSE.    DAWS >N   =nJ
FAIRBANKS.    Daily tr.
Sunday)   carrying   passeng
express    and    freight    c  1
^taccs at Carcross anJ V\
maintaining a thr. -.ik'h wint
For information apply  t
J.   H.   ROGERS,  Tr.ifi      "      -'r'
Vaccouver.  B   C /eDNE8DAY, AUGUST 8. 1906.
PROFESSIONAL
ff.
\   iMO.VDS    B
b, Blackie B
..   :
BOLE
 mi
oppi
M >ney to
,'i   fr McQUARl
��� ii
i   icr, Trapp P..I
i ,,,, j Lorne streets
to 24, 44fi Gran-
I .riiri, K. C, .
,,   McQ i irrie,  ll.  A
M
: ���
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Martin  w.��   be  in thj
,. every Friday af
;������-.
HmtaY REID & BOWES, Harris-
,..,. etc., 42 Lorne
Court House, New
:;   Bowes. P. O. Boi
Ml
G
MARTIN". Barrister and
:.      . ... Colum-
reel -, New v> e I
SOCIETIES
UNION L   C GE, NO. 9. A   F. & A. M.
:
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.   LODGE.  NO.  17.  A
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>l. Sec.
CITY   PRECEPTORY. No
r
:' ��� ' th, al
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Reg.
LOYAL  ORANGE   LODGE.   NO.   I15C
Orange  I     '   flrsl    md
iii ������ u i, !. ,mth ai  S p
ren    rd
n :     E.  E   M itthlas,
'''���     "���       J  I,    Rl  ���      S'T.
1.0.0. F.���AMITY  LODGE.   No. 27���
������ eetlngs of I his ' idgi
n Od Ifel  m s* hall   Ci   im
bla evei     Moi I      evening
Visl   ��� . .    ���' hi   :,
. ��� i.i attend.   S, J, M i
N   ���     v.. C. Coathara, Rec.-Sec.
K 0. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE  No. 1
the Aral  ind third Tues
ii. mth.       VI ilting
n cord ilh Invited to attend
���     \   ii  U. \Y. hall, Odd
.. A i :i irkson  bi reet,  I
i . order;   Louis Witt.
i  -ii:- in.
FC
Wed
���
OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
OF   E\GLAND.   B.   S.���
t ...i. Second nnd
t    of each  month
'   ;.       Coin       i   St., nl
Hose D    ree   Foui I h
In   >. ich month, Bame
VI   ting   B ��� thren
lod       i:   it   Stinch-
fri      H   Disney, Seen
i
:.
n 'de.���Xiuv   Weal
Ti ide in-...is  In
!'   I]    iT   Mil
,      ol  each mi
lng    on  i h ���
of     I-', iruary,
nnd  November, al  8  i
���.   on    the   bi
of     February,
may   be   proposed
'':   monthly or quar
A. ii. White, Snc.
THE DAILY NEWS
TAKE A
TRIP
F. CRAKE.
Watchmaker and
-   w must i on
each  year   or  paid   to  the
been ��� ���   ���
���
���
Manufactvring Jeweler.
���
���
A
Humor mc Philosophy
By   DUNCAN   1    SMITH
.   - ...     i Montrei
Henr
���
���
���  i -.
The   patent   for   a   mil ication
-' - e :' ment i
the i
can   and
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the  N.  W.   T .  > wepting the   '.
Charges Reasonable.
Tv.-o Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocei
Stili Doing Business at the Ola Stand.
W. McRAE,
r..................���.....
�� Merchant Tailor \
Shingle and Saw Mill
Colur-bia  Street.
Territory: Placer mining claims  . ���
v  are  ioo  feet  square,  entry
: $5, renewable yearly.     On the N
Saskatchewan  River claims are either
bar  or  bench,  the  former  being   too
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark.     The latter in-
cludes bar diggings but extend^ bad
to the base  ol   the hill  or bank, not
exceed ng   iooo   fi et      Where   steam
power  is   used claims  200 feet  v
mav !,c obtai- 1
Dn  Igil g   ������ she Rivers of Manitoba
Ihe N. W. T . <"   ���     ng the Yukon Terri I '��� may ob
tain only two 1 each
twi    ���   ���            enew-
Ministi
WHERE I
This Is tl
And
���  ���
���
Ol ���   ,, ..
:-m
To fill 0 ri���
And stnl
And ln old clothing K"
Wlthoul oc
Oh. brothers. In what fa
.. 1 .., ...... ��� island    1 tti     lest.
On rolling plain. In toresl  gl
Or ln the mount ill       ( the west,
, ir - --���->!lln�� Idly on the strand
11  we spend  those two weeks of
rest?
��� ���      ed as with fetters to our I ���
v ���    earn for thla bi let spel     I play.
v.'. -. -.' ��� I ��� ;���, sunlight '���
1 ir  ���������.������ "���  mi ������     hay.
No i plea    re can we     h
Than Just I gel  iway
use
mc^
Full           ' E , a          and Irish
twee Is and wo stock   1
Spring now  in.    Make voui
i- ei i 1
Th.
COL     - BRUNETTE,  No. 4099,  I.O.F.
1? Fourth 1 ni  the
���   o'cl ,1 A  in   1 he  small
���  '   hloi;       Visiting
������ coi ii ,'i   tt.!��� .,1 in al
II.   Ru iii.ni.  C.   P.:   IA  P.
,! . R   S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808,
'   F.    ,       ���,   t 11   niee ;.,,��� j ,,'
b held on I he Second
!, T 11   1,     of eai': month
lhe O ; Ifellows' Hall.
'1 en  are  cordlaly  in-
'��� nd.   li. C, Firth, C. It'.
I'll, Sei
I    TEMPLARS   OF   TEM
���   eve
n     ..1   Oddfellow
,1 , , VI
h . Ited i" at-
B, C;  J. McD,
LAND  BENEFIT AS
ON, LORD OF THE ISLES
,.'i : ',,��� I 'I'
ni  evoi     : onth  '.n
I'. Hall.     John    Mi Miven,
;, ������ ler, Rec, Sei
Schaake Machine
New Westminster, B. C.
Wor'
KS,
Lto.,
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between lOlh and Mi.lnnis.
Carruthers Manufacturing Com y.
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOL C.
First Class Mi      ,'i
; T iai
From 1 5c. up.
IVF. US A TRIAL,
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
l ROPRIEI ���
Bank of
Montreal
Royal Bank
of Canada
dhjJI
ti,
CAPI
RESE
ESTABLISHED IM,.
- ited   by   act   or   pantament
������'. i Ul pal 1 up).. .in. j "'I
i a: fund jiu.uoo, 11
RL  H   :i   Lord Strathcona and Mount
l; 1- al, G.C.M.G...  Hon  President
Hon. Sir 0. A. Drutnmond, fresidenl
K.   S    1 'i.i-, iton,   Vice  Presldenl   an i
General  M..11..1 ei.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   dKANCH
F.  B.   Lyls,  Manager.
i... g    1 ni mess   trans-
ai Ie :
i:    - In all 1 'ii' ��� i';r..",!' ii cities
1    Canada,   iii    I ,on !  a,   1 .n ������      New
Vol ind   Si     Lin.,   Mid.,   _________^^_______	
ind ,  ���   e     ... leiits In all pans ot thi
  	
Sa^ingsBanUDept. J. MEINLEY
���.     .���    WESTMINSTER   SH-'   SH
-   J   D ' Manufacturer of
L.;<ltal $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total   Assets  J3b,3f3,b/b.
Branchea    and    correspondenta    la
all  the  principal   citi.'s  ot  tne  world.
Cere-al  banking  business  transacted.
SAVINGS   DtWAHIMhINI .
(I     ��� ti - .in aci mnt.    tntere
h i':' yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates. individual or company. Royalty at
Open Saturday nights from 3 to 9 the rE ?{En cen.ts Pcr ton.of 2000
o'clock
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
i led   and   $20   for   anthracite.      Not   more
than ,t2o acres can be acquired by nne
Junk and Second-hand   Mineral Waters, Etc.
Store
paid foi    econd-hand
:       ink,   bottles,   ru   1 1    ,
i ad all uii   1
...    ���        ei      '.������ rite or ca
S.   BROWN,
I S   ,'���.  S ���'.'���   Wesl in'. '���
II 0 Bi    kinan-Ker Wh 111
Phone 212.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel,  113. Office,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    P.   C.
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner s certincate is granted
for one or more year-, not exceeding
live, upon payment in advance of $7 50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company.
ding  to  capital.
A free miner, having discovered
minora! in place, may locate * claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, on< at e 1 :h end ol
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 ad- from
litional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5
mlii-
ili..
1..
���
.   11
Ne*
nn.I
terlj
-^*0YALWA*^
Ie'E* m v
m
������fATtSTTIHt O*
s^
Westminster
^'"ansfcr Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
..A;;:''"'1   PwmiW to any
Li��Ht and Heavy Hauling;
0 'phone 185.      Hare -t-aone 137
OVRIL
Every ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
as required by thc laws of Great Britain.
In the preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but the choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can bc 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.
BOVRIL LIMITED
LONDON, England,  and MONTREAL, Canada
. ...
bei. '
md $10 per 1
-
: '            Ter-
ritoi                     .      A ���             ;
������  1 e t i n
length,           ired on tl b         ne    r
the creek     or
beii .  iooo to
��� i ���   .    ���        ��� -. .
shall bi ���   ���   uare.
1   by  1        legal
��� .   al   ea. hi        bearing  no-
t be . blain. i v
ten day; m  is v ithin   ten
icorder's ofl   e
extra      j ived for each addi-
I ten mill i or
Tlie  person or company   staking a
i-i must  hold  a  fr e 1       r's  cer-
til cate.
The   d -   of  a   new  mine  A
1 entitled to a claim of tooo feet in
lengtl . nd if the party consisl - ��� I
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on wl h ��� 0 i ���'��� alty =ha'.l he
charged the rest of the party ordin-
. ary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
|ect to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the les=ee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The le = = ee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lea-e for each five miles
but where a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased, Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output  after  it  exceeds  $10,000.
Mi e.lying in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of live miles each nny be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boun-
il iry t ' be fixe I by its position on the
isi day of August in the year of the
.Lite of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a gi nl
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gul A
but the same miner may hold any
numbi - of A lims by purctiase, an 1
11 ee miners may work their claims
in   partnership   by   filing   notice   and
 e of $2      \   , I iim  may bi
I  and   another  obtained  on
��� hi       ��� guli h   i"   river,   b
givii g  ti  tii '���   md paying  a  fee,
u ���   be   done   on   1   cl   n
eai h ye ir to the valu
\   , ���  ���       ���    that  work  has  been
1 S   11    1  open  to  " 1 up ition
in.I enl 1 ������ by  1 free miner.
I
Missed Connection.
Alexander    n aa
there   were  no  ���    ���   woi       to 1
qner.
"What's tb'   : * ' ''���"'
��� K>tha< be?" aske couri
v.,.  1  .,in'i   got 1
.,.;    Uexandi :
d
go .���ui   everj
.;   discover    ���   ��� of nev
- : '
His Lurk Chan
He ed  co
: .,'  ten yi        ��� ��� ���   ���   '
.
"Had        " Ifi  married 0|
"Xo i      unes  are nol  like misfortunes ���  singly."
Equal to the Emergency,
"They    bave   discovered   the   spot
where Noah < ark rested."
"Any remains of it ln evidence?"
"Nol   yet,  but tlie  souvenir dealers
hope  to  have  some  In   by  next  season."
What Attracted Them,
He < "i," Of ven* homely stork;
���    -   - ild that he would slop a clock.
As counties he could buy and sell
He stopped the pretty girls as well.
Utilizing It.
"His  capital   stock   consists  largely
of wind."
"Does it bring him any income?"
"No, but he hopes next year to Invest It iu a rubber tire factory."
Just Luck.
Some luckless fellows go through life
Unable to win out a wife,
While others, no mor" fair of face.
Have many a breach of promise case.
ii, -.
,, ���    ������  ... epei 3        longer.
1 and wider than in similar
ithei
They    pi  ll     ���
���  train   by the Block Sj sti n
1' i of a claim m ly be
rii fined  ibs  '���' ly by having a survey
n    '     i'i I   publishing   notices   in   the
Yukon   ('niiei.il   (i 1,.. it"
Pi t oleum v 11 unappropiated 11 1
in ni n 1 inds m Manitoba, the North
wesl T. rritories and within the Yukon
l   rritoi       pen t 1 prospecting for
petroleum, ami the minister may reserve fnr an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1020 acres Tor
such peri,nl as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
limes the breadth. Should the pros-
pector discover oil in paying quan-
titles, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and the remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
will be soid at the rote of $,1 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the  Minister  of the  Interior.
Dept. Interior.
PERT FARAGRAPHS,
There are some people whom we
mlghl love If they would go 'way and
stay long enough say, half a million
rears or so.
Some women
sue for divorce
frmn their husbands jusl I >
so"    how    the
men Will :'. '
A Bpeudthrlfl
and his wile's
relations are
soon parted.
Many are railed, says the poet, but
1111 Investigation most of them find
thai they are only called dot* n,
A Boldler is s..|.|iiin s 1 curious that
he ""mis to look Into a cannon's mouth
to Bee I10W old it Is.
Some people make up a quarrel bo
t'i.|i thej maj bai e a eham e to bave
another fall oul
You never hear lucky people tall g
aboul luck, it is always experl .i".'-:
menl w Ith ihem.
The  man   c ho  has  a   pull .1 'I
need to push
Like ehai Itj :' bashful man auB ���
long and is kind to any ono who will
encourage bim,
li y iiiMn'i do to have n Jury of tl 11-
tors, because tbey would be sure to
disagree,
pTii-oo that) 11 HUD it \
[Font' s lf/rsrsif)
After a few weeks' experience a mun
discovers that he must adopt boarding
house manners In a boarding bouse or
go hungry.
The more money some men have tiie
worHo they hnr.3 to pay their bills.
Money may not bring happiness, but
we'd all like n chance to find out why.
���        ���.'   T:
"'.   r\.l.
���   M     '
They Knew Her.
���
"She  married  him   against her  par
ents' wishes."
"Why did they object?"
"They were afraid Bhe wouldn't mar
.ft*
ry him If they didn't."
�� ; ���'   "
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i'i '
Ij:
SA- 8
THE DAILY NEWS
*EO*ESOJ���   ��
I* , ��"
SOMETHING NEW
Quaker Puffed Rice
' a ", ���
lUPPRIP
5  MARMALADE   10 CENTS   PER   TIN
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
HALF-BREEDS RETAIL
LIQl'01 TO
',���. .....
AMERICAN OFFICERS
CHARGED im GRAFT
.   i.
_
I���' =   : * -G * * * * =      '*��� ;: ;
l.-.Ll 0.'< ....
f.A.Mirr&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS i-r
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
P.-eicriptio-s & Spe-lairy.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. ���   ��� B. C.
Notice to
the Public
.
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;        ���    -
-  ��	
".-A".
.   .
;.   f
. Han
.
h
1
A'.! till  :
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:.
-'-
ALEX. SPECK
Put Your .Mow fo Wert
WMITE  &   SMILES
��� ***������**��*������� ��� �� �� ���>�� �����'�����. ���������������*���*���������������������������������* ���"���������*���
I Here Is Your Chance!
���    ':.������.��� ���-���-.:   15 acres nn de
���.   - 'or barred
�� -'      root :    ��� e ted
;";.t   road
-   ;���---.   ������
Burnaby Homes
icreagei adj
'.    - extra wi
' ���     I i r town.
i     THOS. R. PEARSON
���
���s.S*. �����. �������; ��� ���. ��� '���������.�����.��.������ *"��� '���:��� ��� ��� ���;���.�����. ����.������.��������<
���
���
���
Electric Railway
���
Inter-urban   Line.
i"        I - Van< ouvei    nd
��� ��� ��������� ran every half-
��� from '. '��� a. m. to 11 p,
m. excepting at 7 10 and S .
a ::. Half hourlj cars will
run I ". Central Park ro
Van    ivi i '.-....
C'ty Limits Line���service trom
a. rn. to il p. m.
20 Minute Service���.no transfer,
ii'.-' ���*<;< d 12 and ^ an'l i. ar. i 7
30   Minute   Service    Airing re-
r. ler ol 'lay.    i ranafer a*.
. Ol i   ':'���'���:' -.
Suncay Service half-hourly between  h a.  re.  and   10 ;j. m.
City and Sappe-ton.
Sapperton Line���lr, Minute Ser-
vice, except  ��� ��� tn een  12 ar.d
2, ar.d 5 and ',, during wfilrh
irs    ihe   service   will   la
nalfr.'. irly,
Sunday  Service   naJI-noUTly  oer
tween ��� a. m. an i il p, m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
U SELL
REAL ESTATE
PARM LANDS
WRITE FIRE INSURANCE
COLLECT RENTS
MAKE 10ANS
Builders
Hardware
...A-   .'"     A' '    ia���.      ~
'. ���..-:.    I   star ' ::.t . >n-
tnraous   wear   and   ase
f.-���-.:. .:   oth the rs.s.ir-
ia]   au .    '   rkmanshi]
niost   - a it  ii -
mprises the est Can*
a -.:.". aa I American
makes.   Call and exam-
Anderson
& Lusby
> *SLli*.."�����.y, *��*' g .- -��� ��* s -;-- a *�� -
>���������*���+���+�� t
+**+%
Ladies' Hand Bags!
Special Prices this Week to Cie^r O
ODD LINES OF HAND BAG-
Buster BroMi Belts for Boys and Girls   t
���
*
Ladies' Leather Belts :
\N.  S. COLLISTER & COMPANY     j
Deering and Frost & Wood All Steel
Tedders
and Steel, Se!f Dumping
Hay Rakes
3 1-2 to 6 feet
MOW ERS-
Auction Sale at Market Every Friday.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, UNOLEUMS
*
New  Goods and New  Prices '.
-. -.     ������ -���.---
���    ��� g-     e are g     :
- -
See our S5.00 Mattresses
W. E. TALES,
>>����������������>>**���������! ���"... �������������������-���>����� ��� ��� * ������ ��� ���������
PLAN
ERS   E A
ND Fl
s. G. tidy,    b. C. Monumental Work
 FLORIST 	
JAVES   VcKAY.   P-::- ttor
Importer ��z.:-' '   '���
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones.
VV. N. Draper    jaMels T  b (   s fe
B. C. Land
Sur\e\or v . .e , .
C lard Block    New   tfe*trr utter, B C. s��A  west ��� -sit-. B. C
ne Aj
-   . -     . -
F. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
The Farm Land
Specialists
Cas*   A^a's:   Capt   Griffin.
Van 7.��� '   .""
��� ���  ��� ���   .'..
Ing give bis di
��� ������ .
��� ��� ���  ��� i " at    thi
Bn to Ih
In a bigl
���   ' e pros ;.
closed I
.
A    ���
'���
���
'
'��� ���     '
Job
Printing
ARROW PRESS
Open tor Bu.-ines*
July <*.  1906.
] Special Summer (nM
Fcr
SPR0TT-SHAW
Business Institute
Limited.
336 Hastings Street W.. Vancouver
R.   J.   SROTT.   B,  4..   P' '"-' ������,!'
H.  A.  SCRIVEN.  B. A, V  A "" "
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, ir:
HAMMOCKS Westminster Iron Works
Croquet Sets
Sporting Goods
 AT	
GENERAL MACHINE AM'     '
V, OKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKllXit snd
STRUCTURAL IRON    >'��� l'KS'
Ornamental Iron    Won
Fences, G     -. Flre
Mai] orders od eorresi nd'
riteii.
JOHN REIP-
MOREY'S   Columbia St.
BEGBIE SlKc.r. I-
New WestmlDfter.
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