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VOLUME 1. NUMBER 129
NKW   WESTMINSTER, B. C., MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1906.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
i
wful Disaster Occurs at Sea
Captain9s   Carelessness   Results   in   Loss   of Over
Hundred Lives
STEAMSHIP SIRIO
GOES FULL SPEED
INTO ROCKY REEF
Vessel Sinks Rapidly and  Horrible Scenes Are Enacted in
the Wild Confusion    Trawlers Go to Rescue
of Passengers and Save
Many Lives.
i
FIGHT LIKE BRUTES
FOR THE LIFE BOATS
}BEAT VANCOVER
BY SIX TO FOUR
���
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fi un Q< n ia 1
'���I  :. ��� -.  leo ..i: : Buen
il   Tm   persons  on
��� i    off    iiiaii...
: ��� : Igrants, mo I    I
and  Spaniards,  wi   i
i ��� he -'���   :. er comi   I
.' ��� :
.   lumbi     if flshe   .    .
:-      ri bi un. ��� -
���' ::��� i ia conse i    i. the
il  ..     ...r.
In ol '  ���   Sli lo,   ef.  ���
'. atl      iti : the
. lence,
i ii   SIrlo left Genoa AugUBt 2.   All
vere lost.   It la lm-
i' sslble  al   present   I i  asi ertain  the
' ill extent of the dlsasti r.
Nine tenths of the passengers were
Italians, an I the remainder wen
S] anlai ds.
Ian   Pedro,   Brazil,      The survivors have been landi 1 at
'������'������������  reported thai   Cap<   Palos    The Inhabitants at once
among the missing,   provided    them    with    clothing   and
the    paasengi. ���   - Thirty wi re landed at
nl  crew  got  awaj   Hormigas Island, about one mile from
;    ��� -  ..:-  wen   rescued      e seem     I lhe tragedy.   Fish.    .. n
. '- sent to na a       ������ ight in I     ni f,    ol the fi un lering
o;' the glrlo and it created consti   n
i  ���.'. ecked
sengi - -   and  crew   bi gan    to    n aeh
shortl  aftei   ' ..���   ni �� ���    ecame
know a.
Pa ssengi      i onfli m  the  fi ���i   n
���    .   of the cal mill
F:'      thi       ikei   n ���: ratives of I hi
ii Bti Icken survlvi rs II  wo ild i   -
that 1    vas the Inten I ��� ol the
. apta n of thi   Sirio,    aftei    leaving
Barcelona, to call at i '.di/. I efi  e p   i
ceedlng to Brazil.
Thi  captain, In ordi r to Bhorten the
- ���   an 1 vain time, pui posed   o p iss
-   io       ���   to the daugerous
London, August 6. -The Madrid correspondent j
I of the Daily Telegraph, describes the Sirio disaster
i as one of the worst on record. The Italian emigrants
{ with knives in their hands, and  without regard for
I the women or children fought  with the greatest I
brutality for the possession of life boats and life
buoys.  Many were killed or wounded, including several members of the crew, who were attacked by emigrants.
When the captain saw the vessel was lost and
that the emigrants had captured the boats, he committed suicide bv shooting with a' revolver.
New Westmtnstes Practically Cinch the Senior Lacrosse
Championship for 1906 -Nothing But Victory All
Through the See son ���Hard Work Well Done.
The
3 no-
The Tai..: lacrosse championship of |
British  Col imbla   for  1906  was  prac j
settled    i '    Recn ati  a    ��� .   ..
Vancouver,   on    Saturday   afternoon,
.���A ii   the   New   Westminsti       welve
: led another to its unbroki n string
' : vlctorb - foi    he season.   The van-
aggi igation was the Vancou-
twelve, and the score was 6 to 4.
The fact that the Vancouvers--were
whether that place was a good one
to score from. That is what lhe
sporting editor of the News-Advertiser,
'��� ���'"'��� ''  -ay, is a member of the
\ nc iver team, calls playing effec-
tive Harry Latham off his feet. If
Harry's check should run and jump
ovi : the fence and try to deposit the
bi I in False .reek and Harry did not
fc low him all the way, that is what
the News-Advertiser man would call
playing   the   brilliant   Harry   "off  his
���
��� men  ��I o made
��� ���    ���   were di owned.
I fi   ..  the vessi I
'.   ...a
food or i lothing.
rocky n   ' known
n I   sank   - on
first.
:   ..     iboul    ���..'   nd
���   eastward o! C    ���
was owned  bj   (he
ol Genoa,
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��� .... :      id 645
'  ' .   . ���. i    121   .
i  ' ���".  . ������  fengei -   ���,.,        .     .    - in oundlng the Hoi mig
��� no        it ad litii ��� .    ,i      . lands.      Withoul   anj   warning,
arere  taken     n   ,    i   ,     e rui nini   al   full    pee I, thi
where the vessi    sirio crashed upon the rocks with ter-
irs  befon   the dls-   riflc force.    \ few  minutes later the
ter occ i..- I  . ���   '���   stern ��� I the vessi I sank beneath the
'It  al   "ii... ii ivaves,      The    passengers were in a
threading  a   dil .   ..    iorror and terrified panic.
i'-'!i  Ai"   Hormigaa      Crowds    rushed    forward,   pushing
Bajos   ,Hormigas   each other and fighting for plate- In
. "ii ice lo naviga-  the bow  of the boat.
��� ���-'. n to Bettl     aj   I-      Man:    fell   an 1   wei ���   trampb
ir Bhe  had
11...-, n-  .������   men  an 1   women    hrew
A yo in] ho  ���'. a     arryl ig
was advised ti    i   indon   hi
nd I        '   -a ��� ���   hersel
. i ti do, declaring i ���
.... lie togi
 n   t :   i      llvi
I ti
in ��� :������ a . ��� ��� i-  panic
tain and offli ���   s of the Sirio < nd
ored , but in   vain,  to  restrain
other ' ifficers then lost their heads, and there w
body to direct the work of rescue.
Eye witnesses gave awful pictures of the brutal j
panic on board.'   For half an hour the emigrants j
were masters of the situation.     They completely
overcame the crew by sheer force of numbers, and
this in spite of efforts of the officers, who tried to
save the women and children first.
One reporter even states, the correspondent con-
I tinues, that a group of the emigrants approached one
J of the ship's boats that was full, and about to be
��� launched, killing several with their knives.   Just as
I thev were about to occupy the boat themselves, an-
i
} other body of armed emigrants tried to take the boat,
j and a fierce right for possession followed.
Many of the survivors brought ashore were seriously wounded, ar.d a numbe:' had sustained frac-
} hired limbs.
Some of the injured subsequently died.
in better shape than for any previous feet."
match   this,   year,   together   with   the      It   was  quite  different   with   Harry-
fault that tbe New Westminster play- J or  Feeny,  or  Beit    Henry    or    Bill
ers were not all in the:r usual go d
trim, was responsiole for tne ciosene a
of the score. There was some I... 1
fumbling by the Royal City boys in
the first half, and they snowed a lack
"'  vim in the last quarter.
ll was in the third quarter that the
champions got in their good work ar. .1
relieved the tension, which a tie sco.e
at half time had created, by making
the net behind Vancouver's star goalkeeper shiver ihree times in quick
succession. Then the result was taken for granted by even the most
... ':������:: - :.: p irters of the home ti am
an I the contest from then on was not
fa from being tiresome io tbe spec-
tators.
In ihe last  quarter the  Vancouver
- wenl I . work as if they believed
there v.as ye,  a chance to  win, an 1
.  ally  ui 1   make  a  few  praiseworthy
attemptsto get insi le the Invincible de-
Turnbull or his little brother Len
v.'hen oae of them got the ball. With
t'.iem it was alwas a case of straight
foi ihe fb.gs and no passing unless
that pass meant something towards
rearing the goal. That is how those
three goals uat practically settled
the championship were made in rapid
succession, and there was a pretty
stiff det'ence, uniformed in grey, to
break down at the same time.
It is not noted in the Vancouver report tfcaf Bill Turnbull was played "off
his feet" by anyone, but it was quiu
often noticeable that Bill was "off his
check." Any time the red and blue
defence had a ball to pass up the
field Bill was "off his check."
In fact, the only time Bill's
i ii was . ble to keep track of him
was whi thi re was a chance of ihe
ball ^filing into his own stick. Then
Bill  was  right  there  with  the goods.
:. ace of which Tommy Gifford is al-1 Vour William Turnbull is a remark-
ways the backbone. By the way. ably effective player, and he dees all
Tommj played full tlmi on thi Beld i:!!; WOT* -illst as silently and as mod-
and everybody whose sympathies estly as if there wasn't a grandstand
were with the red and blue were glad wlthin �� hundred miles of him. He
that the referees were unable to find '< Manages to get into the right place so
Railroad Men Are Slow
to Join General Strike
.....
1'esciih
lag
On
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In ng,
n"   ri '���'��� Ition  of
mosi   ,.
h"n   and are
.-he  had
confusii a    and
iard.
��� a    along      a
��� . ���
i ... . ire,
. ���
!.
..i   gone in"'      u
..'  the     iwn  . '
��� ���   hai     ,'ln    sei ���
Icken fan
beloved     membi . restore a sem dam e of or-
.' :. . ���'....'       system  ol   life.
. i ���     hi      a ee chil   - .-, ing,    rhls   was  nol  accomplishe I,
tne, ;,,.   the  vessi I suddenly either bro
' i   the   Sirio  gave  up   |p  half or glided  off  the  rocks and
il  as  lost, but  they   foundered In deep waier.
. In i... one i f the     The captain purposely sank with his
. and the scene as ihis  Bh)p,
inlted was most affect- The arch'.ishop of Sao Pedro wont
down wiih the vessel while blessing
the drowning passengers.
The other bishop, Who was at tirsi
supposed to have i.i en drowned, has
is since been reported safe. He is al
Cartagena.
a Bteamer engaged In rescue work
has reached port. She had OH board
the bodies Of several infants, Anothei boal picked Up a child who was
on the point of drowning.
The Austrian consul al Hi* 'I"
Janeiro was saved, bul losi a large
amount of money when the vessel
went  down.
The governmenl has issued Instructions that every possible measure for
St. i    . Aug. 5.  -The   b ���
ieral snake, which although .:
ffected close to 70,<  men here,
ily slight response
s of Ru
than they were ti   the similar reasons
given  tor the abortive strike of
No\ embi r.    The   rai     ad   mi n
....  intlmi lat   I bj�� 1 ie recenl  i
Ing  of  strikes,  affi    lng     immunl ia-
ds, ��� ��� a 'i offeni es.    The laws . i i
..  |<   ; led ���;     Iversi    riding severe punishment we ���     n
lon of pu
' .    -   ml
iletai - ani;   tlons  is
icce '     ��� ������ ive-
��� r
Th       '   iad i en,   i|iou ��      i
- ccess of th ��� Is, are
. i    woi   Ing I "    The  lea li i
[the    ,i! oa I org inizi  I ms a   ��� besl-
. i, im  i-- ling a call  fi r a  I
ip,    Thej
.  ��� lite i
��� ' with diri '    !������-. .���'!'���       .   gi u
Thi   Counci n's deputies
.'. 'li, ll        ��� : t ���       -
Fin-
:, !. .   ntinue I Its sei   len
; - I '. ' '.    ' ; Th ll
titles we ���   -���   Inci nsed      the timi ii' y
Ie '!..'..-1    y the railroad   men   that
thej    le I '������ I  to  resort, it' neces sa    .
.I ���-  t'i lowing up of bridges and the de
fear   being  deserti I   and      ruction      the roadbi '���  to bring the
by their materialistic fo!   transportation service to a standstill.
jowe   ,   who are  more  responsive to   Representatives of all the revolutl n
avowed    pretext  of  this  strike,  ary    parties    and    emissaries    from
namely, sympathy with the mutineers  Moscow, Riga, Odessa, Kieff and oth-
o   Sveaborg, Cronstadt    and    Reval, er cities were present,
any fault in his playing, The referees,
never, managed to make the New
Westminster  enthusiasts  sad  on two
occasions   by   sending    Sandy    Gray
twice   to   the  company of the timekeepers.    On  one oi  these occasions
the V.nu.ouvers lound Hie net, which
In the interim was nobly defended by
aith.
it was th" first match of the  -
son in  which  the  Westminster team
...     alwa; s  ahead  in  the   scorfl
sheet.   In the first qu
was '.     In the second   quarter
it was 2 to 1 in favor of V ivi
I ut only :'.>,' a little ... hile,    Then It
���   i ' le.
Vi '.      ��� ' ��� .-n h ill
��� ���'   ���. ,',.--'
' :
' . I i    .'      ���     -
often without being noticed by the
1 "layers of the other team, and wh: i
his time io shoot conies he know It,
aud be doesn't stop to advertise that
he is going to shoot, either. Mr.
Gihboas -,;... V.i-.K'ouver goalkeeper,
I .: -v. -  tha .
Th." ���   Is   ' uly  cne   way   in   which
it  woul 1  be possible  for    the    New
Wesl    Instei   team   to   lose   the   :  ' 6
i plonshlp.    The boys in red and
coked to   play   two  n i >
i -  with  the  Maple  Leafs an l
one "     .. ;ii    the    Vani ouven.
S     il i thej losi   ill these, and shi ul I
thi   Van   mvi   a win strait:!;:   through
���   .1 [   and New  West
er, I i" .   . .   .'.mi ami the Van-
t ivers woul l   e i   tie for Brsl ; lace.
��� onianclng w b in
g i. ' 'ossi :
��� ..us sent  oul  by the
ughl In twenty-four pas-
lhe   survivors
They    have    lost
without    money,
100(1
l!l   maritime authorities of Carta
���   despatched
��!!"'  trying  relief supplies
" buildings ���f
'' '"'' being usea as    temporary
; foi  the survivors.
'"'esi   ri ports  from   the  cape
'"��� ���  hi ats have |usl brought
"" a mu i
River Fishermen Land
Hundreds of Sockeyes
Ity when T           ithpiece cf  the   Vancouver
. .,..-. lltor    ot   the
V .     ;.         mil N ws-Ad ������     ser, 1 as announce I Bince
e   v;                  an     ffective all al Sa  irday's game  that  they  are sore
the same time, especiallj   when thai on the decision given on ihe Maple
red and    Iui   defence is working for Leaf protest and that they are serf-
;li"  honor  of the  Royal   City.    Poor ously   thinking  of  retiring  from  the
Bob Cameron.    He was In flne Bhape association.   This blithe sporting edi-
and as willing and hopeful  as it ls tor  intimates  thai   he  would  regard
p ssible   to   find   a   lacrosse   player, such a turn of affairs as sad but quite
but  somehow  or other he could not justifiable.   As if he had been asleep
get In close enough', and  though he for a oouple   : months, he now rises
was apparently relied up. ��� ;
lhe   scoring   for
found  the net   twice.    Tuck  found  it j it would be nothing short of a calani-
once and Godfrey  found  it   the other Itj   if  the  Vancouvers  were to  with-
do ail! to remark that ti." lacrosse season is
Vancouver,   he   only I just,   becoming   interesting   and   that
a   tug  to  the
dies,
a circus and poor-
of ri icued,
' Ml " nal sadness is
'' '"he owing tu thi
added to
facl thai
Fishermen who came In early this
morning reported a big run of salm in
In the Fraser, several of them having
i,. inn in because their coats wee
loaded down.   Four and five hundred
to a boat  were quite coalmen, and   -"���'
. ral  boats went  above    ibis    figure.
ihey were pulled in, and the fishermen set to work with a wlll, confident thai tlie long expected run of
salmon bad come at last. Several
of the boats thai pulled in at the
wharves to unload their cargoes had
so num? fish that  the fishermen wen
time, Almost every time tbe ball
would get into the hands of the Vancouver home the spectators would
hear some player shout, "Give it to
Bob." Poor Hob! He would get it,
but then i* is asking too much of
.'.nv   one   home   player  to   do  all   the
draw at this stage. .All will agree
that it would be too bad to see the
Vancouvers drop out of the association, but will someone kindly explain
how that could seriously affect tbe interest for the rest of this season? It
could only affect the interest of people
scoring. Witli the others on the. who are concerned about the question
Vancouver home the idea seemed to ol which Vancouver team shall take
be���that l8, when tbey couldn't give second place. The main interest of
giving them away to ajiyone who h.ip- the ball to Bob���to pass It, anyway, the seas ui, that, which has to do with
pined to be around I  and others were    ... nay direction, or to run some place   the championship,  was  lost   last  Sat-
(Continued on rage Bight.)
The at ts wer
e loaded with fish when offering them for almost any price.      with It, without  any regard    as   to urday.
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M' THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, AUGUST 6,
1906
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by Tbe Daily News Punishing   Company,   Limited,   at   their
itiiees   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
Streets, New Y>'estminster, B. C.
"The  result  of the contest   for the
Marathon    prize    identifies    William
Sherring as the man to       er for in
the realm of physical in ...',   r.
"The resull  of the i ont< -T   for the
���������.   ������   Rhodes   scholarship  does   not   m   ���
MANAGING DIRECTORS. sarily identify the win.. ��� mui
j   C.   Brown fi.  J.  Burde  to cheei   for iu  the  realm  of  mental
'     effort.
"A Rhi .:���'- scholar maj ;; il ' e th(
greatest and mosl deserving 3l idenl
th.' country has produced in :: e sense
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,    10
cents per line (nonpariel)  12 lines to,
the  inch.      Five  cents   per  line  for  that Sherring is the greatest and most
subsequent insertions. deserving runner the country has pro-
Reading notices, bold face type, 20   duced.
.-ents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 j     .AVoll!(1   Bishop   DuMoulin    suggest
cents per line. i u,at     ^    country   should   honor  the
For   time   contracts,   special   posi- ,   ,
tons, apply to advertising manager. ; Rhodes scholar who has never had
Notices of births, marriages or ; anything to do but learn his lessons
deaths, 5.1c. Wants, for sales, lost or and ignore the struggling hero who
found, rooms to let, etc., oue cent per matriCulated from a machine shop
word        No advertisement  taken  fcr .
' i without   ever  having seen  the  inside
lesj than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES
Business office    22
Editorial   office      17
Manager's   residence    277
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MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 1906.
HEELS AND HEADS.
Of a high school and has worked his
passage to a place iu the medical profession on his own earnings?
"The Rhodes scholar may be more
deserving of honor than the winner of
a Marathon prize.
"The boy who has to keep himself
an I help the family with the proceeds
of his' daily toil, studies his way up
lo the university without the help of
a high school, who works his way
through the medical school without
ever having cost his people a cent,
Hamilton  Is ihe 1 rrlng,   may not that boy be more deserving
the win:.er of the Marathon race.    It   of honor than the winner of a Rhodes
is also the home of Her erl Rose, the   scholarship?"
..,   , ,   , .,     ,.��� ,. ,,      The  country  may, or may   .. it,  be
Rhodes scholar wa.. won   he ( raven
to blame for honoring strength ;.. i
prize, tlie blue ribbon ol   jcholarshij     . ....
' ' than  learning,  but  it  Is  provident! tl
al Oxford,   she received the one with   ,lKlt  ..,,, tests are simp]e in ...,. ....
brass bands, cheering i  owds, and the   case  and  complex in  tl i Na
gift  of  a   small The other   one can estimate the ral el    '      aa-
the correspondent of Ihe Globe lacks
"ihe healthy optimism" which has
usually characterized eastern journalists, il says: "In his contribution
to tin news co imns I the paper to
which he ��� wes allegiance, Mr. Acklan I
attempts to recount the Impressions
b received in a e ml \i-i; to Nelson, and .:. loubted! ������ succeeds in
ii. scribing with a fail a< curate pen
the things he ac uall; 'ii! -een n hen
here. Unfortunatel; . Mr. Ackland's
eye lucks thai gift of enthusiastic
imagination which, added to real anility-, indicates the presence of genius.
He sees not the tilings of rhe pres- i
ent with a mind that, peering beyond
Into the future, there descries the
glories that are yel to be; but he
sees the things of the present as they
are al present, and that is all there
is to It. Where tliere are mines, there
are mines, and where ihere are no
mines there are no mines. Where
fruit farms exist, fruit farms exist,
but whera horticultural success has
nm been actually demonstrated Mr.
Ackland refuses to see in a vision
future prosperous cultivators tilling
small plots of fruit land." The west
has suffered ni). a little from newspaper correspondents with the gift of
enthusiastic imagination. Ir needs
the men possessed of a fairly accurate
pen. The material prizes go to the
Investor who has a vision into
future But the mosi far-sighted
ptimisi lesires onlj an accurate description of the present. He is willing to lei his own imagination lo ;.. ���
resl All thai the west needs is an
iei irate description of the things
acl Tilly seen -Such a descrip li
will win its way anywhere, : ir the
; icts  speak for themselves
W. R. Gilley, 'Knone 1---2.
J. R. Gniey,   Hnon-  ; 4,   [
GILLEY BROS
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They grow good men up north, over
lhe Canadian boundary���good men In
the old, rugged sense of that term
which implied physical prowess,
stamina, skill and pluck. For a country   which   hasn't   averaged   5,000,	
population more than decade or two,
the Dominion is a wonderful sour.' 1
of crack athletes.���Cleveland   Leader.
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents U. C. lottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co,
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot \
'Phone ve
French Consul Arrives.
New York. Aug. 5.���Among the pas-
si ngers who arrivl today on the
steamer La Qascogne from Havre was
A K, I.".���-;...I'.vski, French consul at
Montreal.
A  GIVEAWAY.
iv as-   ign   red
Unll
The
Against :he Bishop   ;,(:"   of   I'^Aal   development.
'. Ictorious athlete is one who h ts < :.;-
of Niagara proti sted.   Of that protest     ,      ... ,      , ,,        ,. .
pi ted   his   work,   physically.     It he
th(   Toronto Telegram -ays:
"Canada   has  to thank   Bish ...  Du
Moulin for a tirnelj aud eloquent protest against the coarse materialism
thai glorifies the victories of the body
and ignores the victories of the brain.
"But   Bishop   DuMoulin   overlooked
���-.-is a "swelled bead." no great harm
is done. His legs are unimpaired.
Success in college marks onl) the
beginning of the scholar's work, and
an inflated idea of his own Importance is fatal :o his future usefulness.
University    honors have ruined  hun-
the fact that there is certainty in dreds of dever men- A brass h,uul
the decision upon the point of supreme Lnd torchlight procession would ex-
physical excellence, and there is con- tinguish the most brilliant intellect.
fusion  over the question  of supreme   The   successful   student   only   learns
intellectual  excellence.
"There is a Marathon race to identify William Sherring as the supreme
champion in his own line of athletic
effort. ,.
his true place as a beginner in the
working field, when he finds that
world ignoring his triumphs. We
need fewer prizes, not more, in our
educational system.   In their own way
"A Rhodes  scholarship  only serves   the Hamilton crowds were wiser than
to  identify   Herbert  Rose   as  one  of; (he good bishop,
many  winners in  his own line of in- . ���.
tellectual endeavor. The   Nelson   News   complains   that
Lime
Juice,
Bathing
Caps, etc.
AT
RYALL" S
Drug   Store
"Is your titter nearly ready for the theater, Tommy?"
"I think to.   She's doing her face up now."
SITUATION required as bookkeeper
or aci ountant. large an I varied ex-
pei -;.'������: -' ��� I." Ij c inscientious and
trustworthy; state salary. Turner,
Chlckne, Saak.
CONSULT  Madam  rioyes on  all  mat-
. .lers pertaining to business and marriages, past, present and future foretold.    One  week only.    Corner Bth
and Carnarvon street.
FOR rent���Large, well lighted room,
suitable   for   an   ollice.     Apply   to
Chas,  (1.  Major.
SEALED   TENDERS    .11       .,   .,
the undersigned, an i en 1 1
der for Post Office, Fernie, I! 1
be receive I al  this offl
day, Augii-i   1, 190(5,   ..
. onstruction of a   Posi
building al Fernie  B
Plans uu l spi clfleatio
an I  fi ���:..- of ;.:. Ie    .
i 1 ���;...; ;,.' ul and on a
erl   A,   Kei ,  Esq., \
Fi ��� nie, B   C.
1 ���
lers w 111 no!     1 con    .
���  ..:i   the    rini   I  foi
aed   with   I
���
A ich  ten : ir  tu isi     > a
an  iccepted chi
bank, ma le to 1
the Hon ir   de I
Work.-, equal to ti
1.* thi      .    int 1
v ill be forfeited If the   ���        tendering
dei line to enter Ini 1 a conn
ailed upon to do so, 01      he fa
ci mplete the work' <    itra
���:." -"a ler be ;. ,-  ..    pi   l ti
v. ir be returne I.
The Department does a 1    ...
1 1  iccept the lovi est 0   m   ten !��� 1
Bj  order,
FRED, OELl.N VS,
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Department of Pi:.'; 1  W 11
Ottawa. Julj  12   1906
Newspapers Inserting this id vei
ment  without authoritj  fi oi
in $150 in Gold!
Reichenbach Company,  Limited
PRIZE
COINTEST
Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 906
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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 purely se. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment Of same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 190
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions" of the city.
ch en bach  Co.,  Ltd
Columbia Street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
New Westminster
mm^^-m MONDAY. AUGI'ST 6. 1906.
THE DAIL\  NEWS
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THE CASH  STORE
ummer
Necessities
Most people shop these days to meet only present
demands.
We feel flattered with the increasing patronage
the store has enjoyed during the past month.
Many say its because they find this store has
ii esi selection they haveseen.
Wr aim at having the goods you want and the
i never more than you'd expect to pay value
dered.
The Following Prices Should
Interest You.
Local News Briefly Told2o Per Cent
$4.75 for Fancj  Lustre S were $7 "".
$5.50 foi   'i'i Imme I  L . I ���   Suii      were $8.50
$1.05 tor Colored Wash Suii        ere $3 30.
75c  for  Blouses  th il   are cheap al Ji 25
25c  for  White  KI l  Belts;   were 75c.
20c for Bleache l  Sheel li -    r i -   . ic.
15c for Zephyr Ginghams; regular 25c,
12'jc for Colored Organdie Muslin;  was  !5c,
20c tor Jap .ii.'-' Silk.  ���* is  15
2c ���" 'r Embrolderj;   was E
121 2c for Embrolderj ;  w as 2
$3.00 toi   Linen Costume Lengl      was $8.75.
Try us with a Mail Order
T. H. Smith
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
.me in   nil see our assort-
'     :' 'he famous
Eaton-Hurlbut
Stationery
j '���' '    h arrived a short time ago.
j It ia swell.
11.1. MACKAY & CO.,
j     BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
{ f   one  157.
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. t. S in la    In  the cit; .  the  gues
of M and Mrs, J. I: -!������ .
ill Wo >(11  ill,   of   Al.nned ,.    .;
>e m ai i rage I.    T e ti irn iment will
irt at 4  'Si loch  an i  the  f illowing
ike part:
��� i lies' do i  les���Mrs. Williams an
and Mrs. Foi     i   o   Souris, Man., an    Mrs. Downie vs. Miss Weeks and Misa
ii. the citj  foi a few daj.-. the g lests   ���'���' ;Oowan.
<: ui" Rev. au l Mi . a. E. Vert.
am. ir-!.!'    :. ��� been confine.
-Miss '':i u    -.ii: vs-
to
his house since last Friday nighl
with mi attack o' inflammation of the
bowels,
The stork paid a visit to 'lie home1
o! C. A Dean lasi Saturday afternoon
and left :i fine baby boy as a reini-nder
of his  visit.
The   members   of   the   city   band
turned oul in good numbers to a prac-
tice held at  the band's headquarters   Laffertj   '���' ,,; ���������"������
last evening.    Socred music was discoursed until a late hour.
Tbo   three-months-old   daughtei   of
:. . ii.--'   i
Mrs. Grant.
Gentlemen's singles���Bourne vs,
'���.'. kite.
The results of the tournament
played on Saturday an- as follows:
Gentlemen's singles���Stewart beat
Sutherland, 4 to t>, 8 to 3, 6 to 4.
Gentlemen's doubles���Johnston and
White beat Latterly and Martin, 7 to
5, 4 to 6, 8 to >;
Gentlemen's     singles���Baker     beat
Makes a Big Saving When Buying Furniture
For instance:
? 1..70 good values Iron Bed for    $j.6Q
Elegant Solid Oak Rocker, cobbler seat, bargain at $3.50, for...$2.80
Parlor Furniture is equally low in price. We have a splendid line
of Upholstered Goods an.l are sure to please you. It will pay you
to see our line. These special prices will not last long, so purchase now for cash and save something.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
Dupont Block. Telephone 73.
Ladies' singles���Mrs. Williams beal
Miss McGowan, ti to 4, 8 to  1.
Mixed doubles���Mr. and Mrs. Grant
HIT ON SUBSTITUTE
FOR THE MOSS-MM
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Pentland,    of    Second beat  Miss  Brymner and   Laffert,  0  to
street, died yesterday morning, after i, 7 to j.
sutteri ig toi - tne time with a childish  ���o	
com;, ii:.'.
A.  W. Gilliland, of Minneapollsi  ;���>
pi ��� senl here on a visil to hi -  mc ���-.
A   Va  hon, ol 'A   Win Isoi  I otel.   Mi.
���. i   Is  camping   toi       ��ev    la   -
with Arth "��� v ���. .   u al Porl M i   .
The de ��� il:      .- n       ,'    i   ed
. ��� -������-. da ��� ���
Thir I   an I Sevei        I .       ���
ceased had oi
city for a ue
C. O. Lalonde, ex-ma
i in thi .   .'
��� . Mr. and   -i       '���.   ..
���  .  ;'.       e da     ivith tl irned
i ��� Vani        ���.    here 1 ���   eng ig-
ii business
A   little  daughtei    irrived     u    this
Ch.cagc     Industrial     Firms    Consider
Novel Scneme to Dc Away
With   Forger.es.
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Reduced Prices
-ON-
Ladies' Blouses and
Shirtwaist Suits
The   White House
A. J. BIRTCH.
275 Columbia St.
It-    . \  ...
foi ;: -    il.
marks
es as a
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���   ii   hie   honestj    ind wiih  'he  streets  of the  undergro i
eans of identil cn ...   erg    discovered     thirty
gencj   - ters of di .-e stories      "Take, o        i othe   hand, Taft.  He ago near the Ecce Homo Chapel, bul
in unraveling mysterie supplant   's   honest,   sincere,   fearless,   jusi   as thla   was   only   discovered   the   othe
Roosevelt,    Again, he Is day by some Greeks who were clea
In i::-r  oul   the  i riginal  cells.
ii"
"Christ's prison" is one of a grou
limi honore I  "his  ma     ' in thi
i   i' ppul li   ;   .h   ��il h   ' he  people.
'      '      'snlng of checl -    T ,  ins  i la Lon ol   .. ,     .     .   . ,.,,. Rooseveii
"'    "!   A:i'   Adams   :" '   "       :      the thumb-mark -,���     .   .,   checks    ,,, ..   thlngs       .   -...  does them in a   (if cells  wWch  appear t0 ,je anejenr
XL'""1J'    ^ Adams was al ���   is being considered by the paymasters   . m&wh ,.   [lffereut way.   He as presi-   Roman^dungeons.     Thev   are   hewn
roud   fathei   ol   I irei    iojs, and    lie   in some of the largest industrial con-
a lvi i.'   ���.'  a   I raghter is  a   grea
��� ��� him.
ioy   reins and railroads in Chi lag
dent  would have less friction.   He is   out of rock, similar to the Latomlae,
not  quite   .-  impulsive  and  decisive ��� in    Syracuse.    Sicilv.    It contains a
The concerns which employ ,, large   a:,   Roosevelt|  but  he   would  make  a ! contrivance   of   stone   which  is    sup-
During the  -    ren ��� coun   vacation   number of illiterate persons have been   great president.    He is a remarkable   posed to  be an ancient form of the
the sheriff's offl ������ and th gisti  -'-   looking for a Ipng time for   i substi-   man md he is a man ot the people
...... will be open only from 10 a. m   tute  for  the  cross-mark  iu  order to  0 __'
until   2   p.   m���  excepi   ou   Saturdays,   insure   better  protection  against for-
when   both   offices   will   close   al    I   series,     According   to  the   new   sys-   jj|[](|p   (lIVpS   ARVIfF
Already   "Christ's   iirison,"     which
TO   SILLY  OLD  WOMAN.  llas been ^^vertea into a Creek chap-
o'clock.   The couri vacation lasts from tem a man connot sign his name.   He
Augusl 1 to September 1. places an impression    of    his    right
Andrew  Bell and  Russell  McKnight thumb     "i"m     the   PaPer   as   his   re"
will grace the dock at the police court celVl-
Mediaeval   stock-
Below  the  cell  is  a    smaller    and
grimmer ceLl���a kind of "oubliette" ���
full of human  bones and rubbish.
first large concern to study the new-
method. An incentive was furnished
by the forgery of several thousand
liars' worth of their pa;, checks several months ago.
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BELIEVES TAFT WILL
SUCCEED ROOSEVELT
with their presence this nun uiu-'.
The trouble is the same in both cases,
over-indulgence In alcoholic stimulants, police investigation and a
ch irgi .>:' di ink an I dls irderly as a
result.
.lohn Henderson, a fisherman wh i
celebrate I the I Ig cati li of s ilmon
: !-��� nighl in a jovial fashii n an 1 ma le
loud noise aroun 1 the C. I1, li. dep it
abonil   tl   ..'���! '.'A  wa-    ; ins ei A to
���   .    citj    lockup   by   Offlcei    Boui 	
who wrote up a charge   if drunk   md   Judge David J. Brewer Sizes up Pros
!.,,,.- ierh   against  Henderson's name. pectg of Next President>ai
Aid. Adams, K. C. Purdy, J. M. Ken- Campaign.
an I  A lams  .v-   Dean,  representing  four local mercantile Arms, ha ���
.'���n summone I to appear bi tore the
ilii e magistrate this morning,  ���
the;   will answer a change tst allowing  inflamma ile  material to aci umu-
te in the rea thel ���;��� n :-' s. !i
D Averill, local igeni of the Imped .1
.) .   Com] in; .   will   also  be    charged David
The Ilinois Steel Company was the   Persuades   He:   to   Adopt   19-year-old
Boy   She  Wanted  to
Marry.
] el. has been visited by thousands of
devout pilgrims, who firmly believe
it to be the veritable dungeon in
which Jesus awaited his trial before
Pontius  Pilate.
REPTILES LET LOOSE
IN CITY OF BUTTE
Expressmen    Dumps   Fifty   Poisonous
Snakes in a Suburban Residential District.
Cansas City, Aug. 5 ���"1 confidently
, ������ R osi . '���'.:  will nol again be a
an ii! .'e  :  i   -  esidenl.  but   1  think
;; poseveli  I - | ushing  ral   as his suc-
��� - sor."
This   statemenl   v as   ma le   j esti r-
Brewer,    associate
Des Moines, la.. Aug. a.���From
Fonda. Pocahontas, County, yesterdaj- came Charles Lockharl and Mrs.
Ji nnie Greggs with the purpose of
getting married. The prospective
bridegroom is 19 and the blushing
bride will be 59 next month. After j
looking at tlie couple for a few mo- j
ments  Judge  Zell  G.   Hoe.  In  whose |
office they had appeared to have the  ~
ceremony   performed,   thundered: Uuiie.  Aug.  5 ���Residents    of    the
"Woman, take tha' marriage li- southern section of the city were I -
cense back to the courthouse. It is r0r-stricken last night as the result
''  se*  ":   idoption  papers you want."   | n, o   ,.o]on<o    nt    ftft      rattleslia],   ..
perturbed,    :he
would
Nol   in  the   least
woman  sal !;
"Judge,   : ���: haps
best "
After  consultati in   with  the  young
man   bj   her   si le   she   thanked    the
of  a  release    of
the   adoption   ; i  ers,     lake
with   keeping   ..   greater   quantil    ... . 'stice of A i  Unit, i States supreme     ,U(i   ^   ^   ^   ^  wouM
coal oil ...i his premises than is pi  - '    '���'     Of   Bryan,  he  spoke   in     -;-
mitted  bj   the lire  prevention  byaw.   Mal terms.    He pointed out  the sim-  ^^   ^
The    informal! :.    was sworn oul bj Uarity between the Democratic leader
Chiet Watson lasi  Saturday. -A Roosevelt  as to their purity and
that  he  got
Charles
i    good
start in life.
F'.i
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest   Stock   in  tbe  City.
Mounted     in   any   Style     you   Cesire
Come  and   Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
Tht Jeweler,
Columbia St
"���towrj.-aBHai-
��*.rDaMEnKflicax
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
trresh and Frozen Fish
(iame In Season
We th-liver to all parti of the City.    Telephone 40.    P. O.Box 72.
Front Street,
%r*t Daily News. New Westminster, B. C.
A compainl   has : een  made ' i the
'.   !  thai    a   bo it   has    dlsafcpeai
fi om the whai ���' opposite the Holbrook
hotel,  where  the    occu   int,    a   man
name I  Phlp - I om ai .   -- the rivi   .
had  I     :   ii   up  on   his   -i rival     Tne
police are of the opinion thai the  i
.' ls ''i'i.'���;   noi    iropi       tied, or I
glng '     Phlpps' ; ���
has returne svil    the i   ift. In
the  meantime,  Mr,    Phlpps    ts    ���
...   : ,   the   ; .e-":.:   wher -
o    - of his      al
The   residence   ol    Mr    and    Mrs.
li    es McBroom, Pri     ��� ��� 't, was
scene   of  a   sui   rise   partj   lasi
Satui laj  evening, on the   >ci isii n of I
Mrs. McBroom's       I   la      T ������ party
nt   |      creai     and        :es   with
.; i a.   Dancing and oth i     ... - were
  ���   "������ "��� - ''"''   '
mosl    enj yable : :!-
I������  ..,, .,.,,. ,. : tnd    Mrs.
William Cherry, Mr, ad Mrs . -
!������ Hunter, I Ir. in I Mrs, Pete tig-
li s,   Mr,  and   Mrs        riert Cunning
;...   Mrs   Ale ra and i hli
of    Km,A ���' -.    VIIss    i.iii. n   Tayl ir,
Miss L. Stoney, Miss G   Kelly, Misseu
���\ nnie   ind  Mabi      D i igl i .    P
,: ishton,    VNtlbe      Lun I    Frai      McBroom,  C.  Kelly,    \V.    Martin, -
Averall, T. Cherry, J. Inis, P. Paul i   i
.1   Cherry, P. Taylor,   Q.   Leaf,   Be
Cherry,   Arthur   Hewltl   Cunning!
and George Brown of Ladner.
Tennis Tournament.
Si successful was the tennis tourna-
m��nl played off on Saturday afternoon thai it has been decided thai
aiiitb T one shall ' e hei I ibis afternoon,  and   a   series  of  games  have
cleanliness   of  life,   qualities  of  hon-i
BISCOVER DUNGEON
THAT HELO CHRIST
Thousands   of   Devout
Pilgrims.
esty  and sincerity  of  purpose
"Will Taft carry out ihe Roosevell
idea aud policy?" was asked.
"Yes." answered Judge Brewer, "but
with  less  friction.    Roosevelt  is im- .	
pulsive, brusque, quick to act. fear- Greeks Come Across Cell That Attracts
less, absolutely honest, decisive, but
the kindest-hearted man in the world,
lie primarily believe- in the eminenl
:;. ed ef honesl y ln the discharge il
iblic  luties    He will not b -i> iti
copperheads and water moccasins
De that hud been shipped into th�� city
for zoological purposes. Late in the
afternoon several parties were or-
giniizeil io assist in the work of extermination, many of the resl den I -
fearing to venture outside of their
bouses while the vicinity was Infested with reptiles. A gianl diamond-
back rattler measuring fifteen feet
was killed this afternoon and a copperhead met the same fate a little
later at the hands of the destroyers.
The snakes were shipped here
from the east, but  by  some  mlsl  . ���
the consignee failed to receive them.
An expressman kept  the reptiles for
���  two  days,   releasing  them   j-este
Jerusalem,   Aug.   ."..��� Tlie   supj   -A   afternoon in the heart of one ol the
to say to a man's face what he thinks    ���   Ison of i'i, isi   has been diswn ired   thickly    settled     suburbs.    The  city
H    Is a  fighter.    Trouble,  1   believe,   beneath    the   Via Dolorosa.    It is a   council has taken up the matter with
bas been averted In some cases only  subterranean cell  hewn oul    of   the   the   intention  of  punishing  the   per-
ecause  ol   the   Implicit   faith   which  solid  rock.    The cell    Is    connected | petrator to the limit of the law.
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I BLAINE CARNIVAL
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A   WEEK   OE   ATTRACTIONS
COMMENCING  MONDAY, AUG. 20
CLOSING   SATURDAY,    25th
Balloon Ascension and Parachute Jump every day, and many other free
acts.   Dancing every day and night and a big continuous Vaudeville Performance
One Whole Week of Fun.   Baseball and   Other Sports
EXCURSION   RATES FROM ALL POINTS
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\ THC DAILY NEWS
Women Who Do
Rosa    Marston.   Artists'    Model,
Says W   :. ng Girli  Mighl Often
Inde] ''.ader.t    if    They
Would Only Save Their Money
: . .    ���.  a . .
' ..11:.'
r er i .....
Rosa " model i :... ng
metrop - ell paid
- ' '       .    are
ens ol "';ii ���     ���   ��� dels who an
poor ns i erty i i.'i al �� ays will be.
Miss Marston bas a ponj and small
carriage al bi r c iui '.' pla ��� ��� Her
bank acci ui I .-      li rgi   and g owing
oni . !.. i' hardr        '.'��� women
would . uvy. sl..' . x| ��� ��� ���- to buy an
island -. '  . am   i.a\ e
tier su in  er hoi
Roi :   M irsto     ���-.   -   -i ������   was   born
with tin    ni ict, v. h .-ii shows
Itself iu - ...v ..���..! ...'. csting it
in��r  TKIH   iU  tUKOPE.
A   Vm    Hint*   Fur   Iln-   V* <imnn   Wlic
C'o.-iictii|ilau-��   TaklBS   It,
i'. thi     . -���  , .       ���. i :  '���. ���.'���  pm
���: ������.. i.  .    ��� ���   ���   fact
���: :..  a beai y 1 ��� .   ' in
coir hent you ]      ���   tn   : r your bi j
.   _���. and - ���   ' havi
...     .
baggage
raiiT        ticket,   "i '
������' es.   Vol gling
;  .      iter  tb  ..
������:��� ���.
A good 1 '    '
made   suit   1
ptore
dial '
j-ou wil    a ������:.-������-.���
trunk, wh ' ��� ...
four or fl isi ��� .
of    ���'.'������i.ing   .!���'���    for   I. itel   ���. ���   .���
This Ls a gre I plenty.  You do :."t ..��� .
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4tfa Ave.   Cor. lt'th   Street
New Westminster, B. C.
MONDAY, AUGUST 6  19C���
All kinds of Ship  repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
I24 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
4.i ftC^AyA"\(/: A^l
j6B��<.^jr��� Star ������*��*.*j&..
E0H
ey-""'.., ft v>-./T' -k     \s-
f fSf E-
SEE\
itm)   \ -'���   -
4 \ .   ���:
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BOSA 1IAJ1ST0X,  ABTISTS' MODEL.
bhe   I.e..'       t       . :.   s| ..    ras   a
small child '������', ��� . she wi i eight ber
mother earn ��� 1 a ii'. ing for ;!. ��� .. lr] and
bersell   ns   i per.     Uosa  bad
been posing one day for a statue of the
child St. .li lm. After the sit; ng was
over she went bome anil told her
n other not to work any more, that she.
eight-year-old Rosa, would support
them both. Not so long after that the
child really was doing what she said,
ber mother remaining at bome and
keeping bouse and making beautiful
fancy garments for Itosa to wear in
ber poses. Miss Marston learn -.1 early
the value of a nice wardrob Still
she never spenl all ber earnings on
clothes, she declares thai ��� the trouble with iiius; working girls that they
fool away their money on estravagant
apparel. If thi y would resolvi to begin and save a certain amounl weekly
or monthly the Enti . ! on even a
BinaH sin . ild soon counl ip. Then.
too, Mi ' i. ;��� ��� - : is sure working
women do nol ��� 1 enough nourishing
foo.l.    She is gi or ol  eggs
and   fruil er.il.le  part   ol
;���:..'- di
Woman'
pyard,
1 ��� ���������:,��� ��� -    ���
(.;. e that A
and pei -
dry  dock
"only"
lar in
busine  .  wh
nutnl ��� :��� .;';..    .
doi li in v
I wil i for
-  '..       Lawless-, rns
- ' -.  '      d and
il   .'    J.   -  y   i -   the
_:������;.    ;'       ;���'���������.
���  father  ; i  ....��� d  the
"s his inline a
II" built a dry
- mighl  be secured
"WEAr.ir.-G A   BIO  FLOWERED HAT."
a bat trunk if       I   ��� i ��� i of a Hi
tie i: gei uitj ; tl
ti : to the sides of the b t coi : rl
i.   nl    f j-oi      r. ui rj   I ���-   .
If you d ��� e a hal trunk, however
1 .��� sui    ��� ' i' rks on the i    Is of thi
hatpins -   ��� iriug your  i (ith
("���vi-e ;!..��� moti m ..i tbe ship '; ii
cause thi pins ti slide out and disaster
will follow.
A small h it witb a vei] to hold It
down is the il.ii.- aboard ship. 1 shal
never forget the c imments of the passengers on i. y last trip at the sight ol
a girl wearing a b!g flowered hat on
deek. "Dressed for all the world as if
she were g ilng tn a garden party,"
sniffed a smart tailor made woman
and even the men laughed at the Inap
propriate c isttime.
A traveling bag Is a necessity. This
should be on the English pattern���just
large enough to bold a nightgown and
a wrapper and fitted ali ng the sides
for toilet articles, Many times It is not
convenient to have tl - trunk brought
up to the hotel overnight, and this Lag
v, ill prove a bli ssing
A travel ._- i % is Iso a m cessity
(���ii board -i. p. V i . n sl ire il In tbi
steamer trui     oi
A dark tafl matching
th ��� tail ��������� made is a gr        ���       irt, foi
It  . -   ���
lightened by ���' ���      I vl      turn
ovi r ��� pilars uud
ELEANOl!  CROWN.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Aral all the j.rincipal business centi rs of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC ami  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also tn BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Fa
For Time Tai les, etc., address
GEO.   W.  VA^X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGEXT
Ti ' SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
IAA:t Train;   Every  Day in the  Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
urday and Sunday at 1:20 p. m. Sat
urday at 2: U0 p. in.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
7th, 19th and 20th of each month foi
and  ���'���  .   ; oints, leaves Vie-
the 7. an I 20, for cj ...'Anoand
w: :'-.  Leaves Victoria on  20th
a month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New   Westminster  on  Mon
lay,   Tuesda .   Wednesday,   Thn:-.-.lay
ind  Friday at  3 p.  m. and  Saturday
al 2 ;.. m. with additional trip on Mon-
at ."��� .:. m.
Le.,-.'.  Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 ,'.. ni.:  Friday at 0 a. m. additional
trip Saturday a p, m,
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave- Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and S turdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
an l Chilliwack.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at  1 p. ni., 2nd
and  16th  of ��� . nth,  calling  at
Ski legate   a first tri]   an 1 V- 11a C
on si ond  trip. Time on  ai ri\  1 . nd
lej irl ire are    ppn ximate.
For ���        id   infoi matl in
Idress
ED. GOULET,
Agent. New VS- stn Inster.
E. J. COYLE,
At'st. Gen. Pass   A ;ent, Vi I   i i i'er.
.:. ���..'. TROl P,
1 len iiis.'.".       ���;���.'.
W. A. lit RDIXER.
''Jen. Agent, i'i        I   11 ��� t.,
Berth No. 4fi4." will be received at
this Department until noon on Wednesday, the Mh day of August, 1906,
for a license to cat timber on Berth
N'o. ;  ��� rising the W< st ball of
Si   tion    -A A   R nge  7.
West    f the 7
an area of 303 i ���
The - erth is to be
t ol
���  ���   '
The n        tioi     undi r  n hi A  a  li-
;��� !.    also    , rlnti I
forms of i ad i ovelope, ran.
Is 1 lepartment or at the
offlce of the Crown Timber Agent al
Xi w Westn Ins ter, B, C.
Each tender  ;. ust  I e accon panled
1 cheque on a chartered
bank  in  favor  of the  deputy  of  the
Minister   of    the   Interior,    for   the
.i.t of the bonus which the applicant Is pn      ��� i tn ; ay for thi     en ���
Xo u ��� telegraph will be en
ti :'...:..
PERLEY C.  KEYES,
Be rei
De;- irtmenl of the Interior, Oti
June 23, 1906.
Vm ��7��,��
Synopsis   of    Canadian    J-Iome-
stead Regulations
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
'i'.. .   :
With   .li'    :
; and   fl    -
AI antic Expn
:'        ��� i   Lin Ited, leavi
90 DAYS
Excursion   rate  tii
Eastern  points on   luni
2, ::, Aug. 7, 8 and 9,
For full partii da
ED. GOUL1
C. P. It.
-New  V.
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passeng-r   A-,���,
Vancouver. u s-ent.
\. ��  v. ��� ���-��� mil
TIIE TRAIN OF EAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It i- lighted with
both electricity ar.d gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches ar.d buffet, library and smoking car?.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further information call  on  or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGEXT.
"jo Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
COUNT
./      ._..'���.   (p;
and thi ��� i nils i leaned and repaired.
St.mi:: . a ' ���- and a sawmill c instituted pari ... tbe plant.
Mr.   Lawless    i ed   nearly   six   year.
ago,   len . daughter heir I ��� tbe
dock  .";, 1  -.  ; ;. ���       lu med siti ly  she
us-;;;, ed  co     -., iwi t  executive
nbility thai ��� ild have i eon remarkable iv ... stomed to
pr ctlcal ��� '��� '.;���. i,l i-cpa iring. A
flre destro; ,'i.'. p irty
Nome ������; " . . ��� young won an
dry .1 ��� ��� t on an es-
i. i.i.' I ��� .-��� nd ��� ��� '' - prosper t '���:.���..���- has
:         in        ..   1   .
Tlwfr   Fittin^M   SIny   Be   Both   Simple
and   Attractive,
The !'ii;-;,;-.'::.��� so! a - turner home
should be simple and few in number.
Vet an agreeable i ffeel may be secured,
as witness the Illustration.
Here we h: ' ��� a living ro un with a
plain brick fin ; li ��� ������ . nd n stained ti <or
covered with small rug ���
A sbelf yiin< all aroun I the four v alls,
and ibis holds blue and wbite ware of
���-,-..'!-
:.'. i ���
Elect
'%���   ' !   "'   ' '"   -
:\.    ':-'-. fa'!
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pion"?r  Limited"  St.   Paul   to
Chicago.   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   th--   service   on   any
railr   id   in   tl ���   v : rid   that  equal    i
equi) :    nl   I    :     :  :' -  .". . Ago,  Milwaukee   >A   St,   Paul   i   .:':.';}'.       i '   y
own  and     : i - te  thi -    ivn   ��� '��� -; ing
and dining cars on alll their tra ns
give   the;r   patron:     n   -        lence  oi
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
[34 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
If you are sending for your family
ot friends from the Old Coutnry you
; will   save   money   by   buying   tic el
i here.
Xext sailing Empress  Britain from
i Quebec  Aug.   23;   the   .- ������ litest
most eli ganl  ste mer.    F ,  1  tes 1 nd
or!,, r pai ti. liars a] ply to
EE>. GOULET,
C.   P.   R.   AGENT.
Trains & Steamers
C. P. It. MAIN LINE.
Leave Ni w '.'���' -".;������:' A   i
Leave New Westminster 17.20 dally.
Arrive Nt��' Westminster 10.30 daily,
Arrive   New   Westminster  19.10  daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. X. W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30: Ar. x w. 20.20.
C. >'. R. WESTR. JUNCTION
Lv.   X.   VS.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   X,   VA   9.15,   10.30,   19.10,   20.20.
C. P. P.. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. x. vs. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. Seattle, i.Zi p. m., ar. X. W. 9.35.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and 9. 15 p.m.
Lv. Vi dci iver 5.35 a.i   .  .i.i 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. VS. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Gulch :.
2.2'J p.m.
Lv. Guichon 2.40 p.m.; ar. X. vs.
9.35 p.m. \__________\W
.'���i   ��� lays only.
D.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. Xew Westminster 5.50, 6.50, I
and S a. m., and every half hour thereafter tiil 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Any availal Ie Domii D Lands within thi 1; ��� Belt ln Bi tlsh Columbia, may be homi        led by any per-
.   1       the     le head of a fan
.      ���    ��� ... .       of age, to
the  i stent   of  01 e-quai ter   section   of
160 e 01 less.
Entrj Daily al
'
��������� iich I - I       situ
The 1      esi      er     -��� to pei
{ rm thi ns connecti     thei
with ;- li -    ���������  of the I        ving ]
. ���   '      t six  1       1 c 1
ui   ���;   ai d      iltivati  n  of  the   I ind  in
eacl   yi   r for thn e years.
(j.  Ii ;' ���   fal   er I ���" mother. A the
fat! ��� -      -���   ���   sed) of the 1   mi -���
r- -'���;���; ��� n   a   farm  in  the   vicinity
E thi   '���.���"���������iir  the   requ ri
mei ts as 1    residi nee may be satis! 1
by .-'.uh person residing with the father or mi ther.
1 ii thi settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upi n
the sr.id land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intent ..n
ti' a] 1 ly i   r patent.
W W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister of the  Inter   r,
X.  B.���Unauthorized  publication of
this  advertisement   will   not   be   paid
fcr.
j Great Northern Ry
I    Time Table
}        THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dailv !
Leave  WESTMIXSTER   1
Blaii      Bi
4       ���
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ii"'..     li..   . ������
���    9 1
Si attle
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Wooll
Rock]
,M ; ii. Vam .    .���
St.
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R  ' ' ���'     Pai
���'ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���:
���' ok  1.". SI   P '
'���'.'!-.!.:; ���    .   i' I
L.   . - and all  pi ints East.
i". r    com] li ������    Info ���
rates,   berth   n  1 1 ��� il
call on or addre -.
!'. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of 1 lommi ce Bu
N.-w Westminster, ll. C
S. G.  YARKI.S.  A. G, P.   \ .
Con..-- Second Avi am 1 0
lumbia St., Seattl i, v.
NOTICE    IU   CONTRACTORS
TENDERS  FOR   RAILWAY  TIES
Si   ed tendei     addn   ied    I     tbe
indersigned, marked    a thi   ei   1    ,
��� T<:. ler for Tie . 1906," will   be   ri
ceivi 1 at the office of   the   Commis
-.   :.'
the Tran atal Ra
way at  Ottawa,  until  tweivi
noon, of tbe  12th   la.i   of .1 .       1906
ll IW   in 1 If ill.
.   ���   : ���  of  Mrs.  i.    ,.
'I ���.'
Moiil . a;
uboui  ' rit-al
power  1 wiiiic  ;
remove
of tbe tow 1      ���   ���    t part of 1 tc
hnd . ������ '   ���    Mrs. Tutl   1 ei
Ing  thai ���      if   1
light : nil   ���   ��� t ,',���,.: ; be very
easy wbei one km I. iw to go about
tbe bu   ness : e did, appl ed to il.e
town ei' Sun i '������ lr 1 for n franchise to
ered an eh tr ������ plant. She gol it and
toon Si 11 1'e.Iro was br lllantly lighted.
Not long afterward the town of Long
Beach, too, v, anted .Mrs. Tun to give it
electric lighting, which she did, supplying uia.tier town (is well. Tower
was conveyed n pan of the distance
through ,; submarine cable.
Mrs. Tutl bus been successful financially, Now she bas gone to the Philippines te engage In creeling electrical
plants. Her daughter Margaret has
gone with ber,
MARCIA  WILLIS CAMI'P.KLL
!
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In > 1
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Profltresfl  ln   Ireland,
Lady Dockrell has been elected chairman of the Blackrock urban council.
Blaekrock is n beautiful Irish village
/ear Dublin Her election us chairman 1 f the ���: '��� iui ell makes Lady
f 1 11 kn '] ������ - ��� or of Rl.irivn
I.IVIN.i ROOM.
an Inexpensive but artistic pattern,
The triple window is simply draped in
white muslin..
A box couch covered with denim
holds Qgiu-ed cotton pillows. The furniture is of the simplest description,
A few plants add brightness t.j the
room. R. DE LA BAUME.
Preserve  >i,ur Nerw,,.
Don't sputter your nerve force away,
Preserve it to do things with.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British   Columbia  Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to cham ��� ������   Bout    noti e,
ALASKA ROUTE.
Prim"     Beal     e   ���     es V   1   ui ������
���
Piinci - -     ' 1 . ���     :���   ���' -     Vancouvei
A   IgUSl     12   i:
Princes    Bi        e leaves Vani    ivi
May   18th.
Prime--'    May    leaves    Vancouver
August 22nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouvei
Augusl 29th.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1  p, m.
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves Xew Westminster at 7 a, m
on Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S, S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dally except Sat
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From X. W. Mon. Wed. Frld. 8 a.m
From  Chwk.  Tu���  Th.,  Sat.,  7  a.tu
Ramona���
From N, W. Tu., Th., Sa*. S a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From X. VS. daily, ex. Sa:. and Sun.
3 p. in.; Saturday 2 p. m.
A Id. trip, Mondaj. 5 a.m.
From Sti vi ston, 7 a.m. (Fri, 0 a.m.)
Add. trip Si tui d iv, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
;: thet���
From  N.W., Wed. and Mon..  7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
I 'aise.
Seatt ��� , via S imas.10 pm.
Sap'n & Millside. .10.00 p.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc,  .. 8.45 a.m,
Van. ii rent. Park���.10.30a
Victoria ,
East Burnaby ...
Steveston, etc...
East, via C. P. R,
East, via C. P. R,
Sap., Mill, Coq'm.
Van. & Burnaby.
Timberland, Tues
Friday  12.00 m
.10.30 a.m.
 1.15
��� 1.30 p.m.
.4.45 pm.
10.00 p.m.
��� 4.45 p.m.
3.30 p.m,
Received.
8.20 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
9.00 a.m
3.30 p.m,
m.   2 p.m,
in.no a.m.
1.20 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
7.10 p.m.
10.30 a.m
7.10 p.m.
6.00 p.m.
12.00 m.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Timber arid Mines Branch, Department of the Interior, and marked
on the envelope "Tender for Timber
for five handle i an I :!.;."��� I Ihou
Band (535,1 0J Railway Tii - ..1 . ���
coi lanci    fvitb   thi      ... us    ul
the Commissioners.
Si    ��� . '1. udi   -   add      ed    to   the
undersigned, marked on the envi     >
"Tender for Ties, 1907," will A
rec< Iv< ! as above until twelve 0
noon, ol the  Ith day   of   Sej I
19C6, : r one million nml    1  n    tl
sand I i.'i". 1  Railway Tii 1    In   ac-
coi lance v. I h the   spei Ificatii ns   of
the Commissioners.
Tenders must    be    ma le    en    the
ed by the 1 lorn
Vi hich, w< il ,1- the si ��� Ifical Ion .
maj    ���      ' tine I   on 1 lon   to
Hugh D, Lun     en,    Chie!    Engli   1
Ont., to A. E.    Doucet,    D
a-       1...    ���". p, Q . or I '1
A.    E.    Hodglns,     listricl    Ensin 1 r
Kenora, 1 int,
Full .;.: ������ nal lon iti regar I to tb.iv
eries 1 . 1 I I gl ,-en 1 u form 0!
"���    ler,
Each tender musi  be   sl ;ne I    and
���   led by all the j   rties I    the tender
and witnessed.
The successful tenderers wlll be
required t.i sign a contract in form
satisfactory to ibe Commissioners,
and to furnish an accepted cheque on
a 'bartered bank of Canada, payable
to the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway for a sum equal
to ten per cent. (10 per cent ) of the
amount of the tender, as security for
the due and faithful performance of
the contract.
No tender for less than five thousand ties will he considered.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By Order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, .Tune 26th, l^P'l
j Northern Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains DaiK
Travel on tl e Fan
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Eli   '        ghted tn ��� .    I
t<i . ��� . rime. Exi ellenl
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS LAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale I
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E, LANG, General Agi nt,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C
A. I). CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. V G.    A
Spokane falls & Northern Hy. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The  only  all   ra I   r  ute   '   I
points east, west and sout]   I    :
land, Ni Ison and interim i   I
conned 1
'���    ': Northern Pa
& X. 1 0
Conm   ���   .,, |;  s ��� .... A .'
adian   P    ifi     R .   ..  >���   for
Creek points.
1      ne ���-  tit    Meyers    !
Mage r'-iily for Republic,
Iluffet    service   on   train-    bi
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    Novel
IOOI.
Leave Pay Train An
"���20 a.m Spokane   ...  7.15 i
'- -5 pm Rossland   1 ic |
1 9-40 a.m Nelson  "-is P
IL A. J.M'K- IN
10,
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLLN',
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS,    Daily trains  (e? epl
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
express    and    freight    connect    with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service,
For information apply to
J. H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver.  R. C. ,0NOAV. ACGUST 6, 1906.
PROFESSIONAL
w
C a. I.. Edmonds,
���
;:  ���
..Ml"
p   11 vMPTON  HOLE.     ���
court. Offlcea
���    I   ..mill,    ee    build-
e i.  ...;..i ite  post-
i
tminster.    Money to
M4RTIN'   WEART & McQUARBlE
** s c-lidtors, etc.       Ot
tminster, Trapp Blk.,
**L clarl   .'i  and   Lome  sir s.
oorne. .., ���, 24  44- 0ran.
Jg    A '     eph   Martin,  K. C	
"lleJ:'r . v ,; McQuarrle, II. A
fl ,,''' Mr Martin will be In ths
piaster'offlcea every Friday af
ternoon
H
nWAY   REID & BOWES, Barrta-
Itora,   etc.,   42   Lome
.,,��i,e   Court   House,   New
I   il. Bowee, P. 0. Box
tei
ijreet, oi;
tfegtminsti
GFORGE ���'��� MARTIN, Barrister and
% Oulchon block, Colum-
streel . New West.
:...:. ' 	
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO. 9, A.  F. & A. M.
v mei ting    of   this
-T
Is In
.
the Fli  '  We ������     11    In
.,    loi .     p.   D
I .|   de
cord Invited to al
v.'. A.  DeWolf  Si
XING SOLOMON  LODCt.  NO. 17, A.
p.   g '     Ri '.���.,.."   co      lUnli
���  ire '. Id "ti the
in each  month in
.,; at i p   in.   Visit-
avited
D. W, Oilcl      '. Sei.
SOYAL CITY   PRECEPTORY, No. 459
(  I.   m 9   second  and
of each month, tit 8
.,  D i n mge   hall,   cornei   of
an i John st      s .
joun        Hi   Knighl -   coi dially   Intend     W. E. Dunlop, W.
:������        i   M itthl.-. Reg,
LOYAL  ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1150
- Mei ��� i li ange bail flrsl and
third Fri lay In each month al 3 p.
in. VI tig I rethren are cordially
Ini ttend.    E3.  E.  M itthlas,
W, M.   J, Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
1.0. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of ibis lodge
are I In i iddfellows' hall, Colum
bla .' ��� ��� eve:"- Moi 1 ij evi ning,
at 8 o lock. Visiting brethren cor-
ted to attend. 8. J. May,
N. <;..  W. C. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. 0. U, W���FRASER  LOCGE  No. T
-Meetings the first and third Tues-
eai ii    month.       Visiting
n cordlallj  invited to aitend.
room, A. 0. f. W. ball, Odd-
' loi k, Clarkson  street, r.
11 i. recorder;   Louis Witt,
'- ' ter  v, ul,nam.
FOSE  OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
115.  SONS  OF   ENGLAND.   B.   S ���
���   I legree meets Second and
: iv of eai h month,
'��������� :      ' P.  II dl, Colum il i  St., al
bite Ro ie Di gi ee, Fourth
"e in   each month, same
u .���     Visiting Brethren
invited.      K.   B.   Stinch-
Pres., ll. Disney, Secretary,
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099. I.O.F.
tl e Fourth  Friday in the
���'���        al   8 o'clock,  in  the small
nail.  Oddfellows'   block.     Visiting
��� ��� cordially invited to at-
J.  II. Rushton. C.  It.;  F. P.
M R, S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. o. F,���The regular meetings of
"lis L Ige are held on the Second
an'l 1'' irth Tuesdays of each month
at '       '".  In  lhe Oddfellows'   Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly in-
| ' attend.   E. C. Firth, C. R.:
��- P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE  ROYAL  TEMPLARS  OF  TEMPERANCE meel   every Wednesday
;''     o'clo. .,  p, in., in Oddfellows'
'���'��� ���'���nubia     street.      Visiting
Bn ire cordiallv invited to at-
!   ���    Bryson, S. C.j J. McD.
'' .   Sec.
,   EDMONDS, L
n i, Blackle B
\,w   Westminster.
, , IT. 1-
THE DAILY NEWS
F. CRAKE,
V/atchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a throuj h I n ��� ���-. li Ige of the
busim in England with i'1 years ex-
perience. Later was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Lo., Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocei
Shingle and Saw Mill
achinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
I Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Man ' e ��� '!.������������ ��� of
j Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
(	
I The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
! VANCOU                C.
Bank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED IM,.
Incorporated by art or parliament
CAP1 ; VL (All paid up).. ,S14,UUU,U00
RESERVE   FUND il".ouO,000
Rt.  Hon. Lord  Strathcona and  Mount
Royal,  G.C.M.O,...Hon  President
Hon. Sir G. A. Drummond, President
E.   S.   Clouston,   Vice  President   and
General Manager.
General banking business transude. I.
Branches In all the principal cities
in Canada, in London, Eng., New
VorK. Chicago, and St. jonn. Nfld.,
and correspondents In all parts of th6
world
Savings Bank Dept. J. HEINLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
G    0.   Brvmne-.   Manager,
Manufacturer  of
Junk and Second-hand   Mineral Waters, Etc.
Store Aerated Waters,
Highesl pi li ���
laid for second-han 11
goods,   Junk,   bottles,  rubbers,   brass,
copper, ol I shoes and all metals; also
ol 1 cl ��;bes, etc.   write or call,
S. BROWN,
Fronl   See;.  New Westminster.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Still Doing Business at the Uld Stand.
W. McRAE,
\ Merchant Tailor
Columbia  Street.
Full line of English, Scotch and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always in stock
Soring stock now lu.    Make vour
'.election.
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnnis.
First Class Meals at all Hcurs,
English, Japanese and Chinese  Styles.
From 1 5c. up.
GIVE US A Till AI
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
Royal Bank
of Canada
coital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets Jib.ivii.s/o.
Branches and correspondents In
all the principal citi;s ot the world.
General  banking  business transacted.
SAVINGS  DEPAKI MfclN I,
$1 opens an account.    Intere-'  added
half yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
Open    Saturday   nights   from   8   to   9
o'clock
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BKANCH
F. B. Lyle, Manager.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may- be purchased at $io per acre for soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner s certmcate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $r-5��
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum nr a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, naving discovered
mineral in place, may locate �� claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
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.
m^msmKsausmaasi
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
bOciATiON, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMp ' 11,���MeetSOn the First and
. ���  day of every month In
*���    '   P. Hall,     John    McNlven,
;   .1. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
Board of TRADE.���New  Westmln-
ner 1   of Trade  meels  in  th"
: Room, City Hall, as follows:
'('j'        Wednesday of each month.
,; 1 tings on  the second
." laj of February, '������'��� \:
' and November, al 8 p. m.
f}ini ,1 meetings on the second
.,"'" 'daj of February. Ne��v
m.iy be proposed antl
���,"'' ' " any monthly or quarterly
tteeUl   ���    A. BL White, Sec.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
dm""','" 'lo|lv'ered    promptly to any
���l 01 t|10 (.(i^
j^ht and Heavy Hauling,
"tico 'Phone 185.      Ham  t'aone 137
I
ROYAi.  WA
K,,1**mEsn t�� ***
BOVRIL
Every ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
as required by the laws of Great Britain.
In the preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but the choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost.
BOVRIL is a speciality, not merely a bye-produet
of a packing house like many meat extracts.
��
BOVRIL LIMITED
LONDON, England, and MONTREAL, Canada
At least Sioo must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
tor may, upon having a
������ and upon complying with ither
requirements, purchase tl . A at
S1.00 an acre.
P -mission may be granted by the
Minister   of   the    Liter;.-    to   I
claims containing iron and m
copper, in tlie Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2]/. per cent, of the sales
of the  products  of  the  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the NT. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly. On the Xorth
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being 100
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
L)redging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of the  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
nerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Vukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek or
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two. 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall be
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims only.
Entry fee Sio. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same cJeek, gulch or river, by
giving notice and  paying a fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. Tbey protect
their trains by the Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company-
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such period a.s he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not. exceeding 640
acres, incHding 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 sold at the rate of $3 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.
MRS. THAW BELIEVES
SON WAS JUSTIFIED
���      ��� '      Mi������    ','   ... .
jta    . en
leaves 1 ol he   Urn
��� - ienci stiflca
1   ������   .   ���     11 acquit him 1      .    ding
. ���
Hai ry   Thaw       1 1 eel    In the
Tombs prison ilso issued a statement
denying that suit bad ever been
brought against him by Ethel Thomas
for an alleged beating she received
it. his Fifth avenue apartment He
also casta doubt on the statement of
1 !��������� of the Thomas girl's former attorneys tha- th�� girl died '.'ah years
ago ;;. a sanitarium.
Mrs. William Thaw's statemeiu re
move- the lasi Bhadow or' doubt that
the di ��� ��� re resented by Clifford
Harl Idge   ..   -   some    Important
\\
svtd ;.      inde This evident ���
Is Bai 1 to ie m .,'iu-Ue. that young
Thaw wlll v...,. plea of Insanity
except   tha lng fi nu   broo ling
over ��������� \ di ������ .   ,:. ��� .������
very day ol thi     ..    ting.
Tiie   -��� ite nei      ��� Irs.   Tha ���'���
1 hoi ize '.   toi   ;��� 1  A . ; :.   i-   as   follows:
I grel the prevailing in 1 m
that 1 '. ive bi en Influei 1 ed iy my son
in my de Ision 3 to his
What I bave done In tai- change ol
;.' toi:..-. - is 3impl ' esu ol my
own  observations.
"'..���'    1   retu n   I      ���;..   ..       -    1
made 1      min I to 1 ike  my  time
and . ��ol iver every phase oi the situation, i A! this, and the result .\ is
to release the Arm of Black. Olcott,
Gru ie cv Bonyinge and to place the
v hole matte In the h inds of Clifford
VA Hartri 1-.-. '
. The declarati .. thai Lthel Thomas,
who is alleged to have brought suit
against Harry Thaw for $20,000 for
injuries inflicted before his marriage
to Evelyn Nesblt, is not dead, was
made today by friends of Harry Thaw.
They hinted that the case was one
of attempted blackmail and that it
was never really filed. In this regard Harry Thaw, who usually maintains silence, issued the following
statement:
"It is a lie that Ethel Thomas has
been dead for two years. She may
have died recently, but I know that
a very short time ago she was alive
and well. I have told my attorneys
that to my knowledge no suit was
ever brought against me by Ethel
Thomas or in her behalf."
The statement was made today that
Clifford W. Hartridge was ready t.o
go to trial at any time thai pleases
the court and the district attorney.
He considers his case complete, it is
said, and will have nothing to do
with witnesses who are anxious to
testify as to Stanford White's personal life. Some ten attorneys of note
in different parts of the country have
prepare! briefs on different phases of
the case.
Attorney Hartridge is said to have
the report of Dr. Allen M. -Hamilton,
the only alienist who has really examined Thaw. He is prepared to engage other alienists to make any more
to counteract  the  district attorney.
These alienists will not necessarily
be physicians who have figured in recent criminal trials in this country.
If necessary the directors of a number of insane asylums will be retained
by the defence.
Much speculation resulted today
among friends of Harry Thaw when
plana were filed for consolidation and
remodelling the two handsome four-
story houses at Nos. lOji! and DOS
Fifth avenue, owned by Benjamin
Thaw- of Pittsburg, half brother of the
architect's slayer.
Friends of the family said they be-
lieved Benjamin Thaw was having the
work done in anticipation of moving
to New York that he might be nearer his kin to aid him in preparing
for his trial and at the same time not
j be subjected to the inconvenience of
j hotel life.
The proposed changes will cost
aboul $40,000,
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DR. SENN TELLS HOW
TO ESCAPE CANCER
Chicago, Aug. .".���That cancer Can
be avoided by "the simple life" is the
opinion of Dr. .Nicholas Senn. who returned today from an extended tour
through the interior of Africa. Dr.
Senn declared that the nearer man
approached the lower animals in simplicity of habits and diet, the less
likely was the cancerous growths. He
said cancer was almost unknown In
the interior of Africa, because of the
himple habits of the natives, while
"civilized man is like a hothouse plant,
and cancer is due largely to over
nutrition   and   luxurious  living."
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II TME DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, AUGUST 6
SOMETHING NEW
Quaker Puffed Rice
Try it.    It is delicious.    We have it.
SHERRIFS MARMALADE   10 CENTS   PER   TIN
1
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STOPvES
dressed it, and then ordered the
I patient ta proceed at once to the
Royal Columbia hospital, where it was
found necessary to amputate the in-
jured member. Throughoul the ordeal
Capt. Wilson displayed great pluck
and nerve and won the admiration of
all who saw him while suffering un ol I
agony.
MEXICAN SOLDIERS
EIGHT WITH INDIANS
Builders
Hardware
For Rent!
SH00TIN6 ACCIDENT
CRIPPLES CAPTAIN
-roomed cot! age on
St. George st Lots
of fruit.
Msslei   i)f   Beacon    Rock   Discharges
C&nter.ts of Gun  Into
Foot.
$12,00
Mclnnes & Kerr,
.(Zeal Estate,  Insurance
and Auctioneers
278  Columbia   Street.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
Telephone   170.
 CALL ON....
f.A.Mmr&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Speciaky.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� ��� B. C.
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stove?, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
A vi'.ri|iple for the reinuindei ol his
life is ihe sad lot of Capt. John Wil-
sen of the Beacon Rock, ibe tramp
Bteamer a1 presenl loading lumber at
Millside. As tlie result of a shooting
accident yesterday afternoon, ('apt.
Wilscm bad to submit lo Ibe amputation id his left fool at the Eoyal
Columbian    hospital     lasi    evening.
Alter the operation be was resting
easily.
Joseph Reichenbach visited his
ranch at Pitt river yesterday, and on
A- way oat he invited Capt. Wilson
��� . accompany him, as be bad ex-
; ic.-si'd a wish te inspecl ibe ranch.
A:.om -I o'clock iii the aftei :;.��� n they
were walking over lbe ranch, when
Capt, Wilson noticed Bome hawks flying around. lie ex] essi ! a wish to
have ii shot at Ihem. and as Mr.
Reichenbach bai an obi gun en Die
ranch he let bim have A
Capt. Wilson shol al the hawks and
brought down i ;;������ of them. Pleased
with his success, he started to walk
in another direction, where another
dock of birds weie settled. While
walking his hal was blown off by ...
gusl of wind. In stooping ie pick i:
u,i the trigger of the sun caught in
a twig among the brush and the bar-
pel was dischargi 1 into his left foot
a; a distance of only a lew Inches.
Although tlie pain was excruciating
Capt. Wilson did not lose his nerve,
ami calling tc Mr. Reichenbach, who
was only about a hundred yards away,
be told him thai he bad bun himself.
One   glance   at   the   injured   foot   was
enough for Mt Reichenbach I inder-
: land '���'.:������ Ae Injurj was a si ri is
cue, and he immi liately toi !-; -��� ps
i.) convey the wounded man to his
launch at Pitt Mead ws, from v re
.-:: possible spee I v.. -��� made in the
penitentiary whan, where lie was
An !������ i. Tile i:r ired lee: was lirsi
i xamine I     by    Dr.     Rothwi il.     i\ .
ALEX. SPECK
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Put Your Money to Work
and increase yo ir income. Now
is the time to I uy. Westminster is forging ahead. If you
ine looking for a home at a
reasonable price and easy
terms, call in and inspect our
large and exculsive list of
dwellings we have for sale in
different  parts of  the  city.
WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85
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Here Is Your Chance!
Eighty  acres of first-class land, situated on a good gravel road,
K   four miies from Westminster; 16 acres under cultivation;  7 acres r.f  :���!
'���;   pood hay. now almost ready for  harvest. $
;,; Dwelling. 3 rooms, barn and stable ��nd three raw houses,    This  J
Ji   :< an extra good buy.
Burnaby Homes
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,���, 1 have a number of small acreages adjoining New Westminster   ���
;���;   in easy terms.   This property is extra well situ;. ��� ;��!
if ��-:^-        _�� j    --:,       ._ >:
Nine acres of good soil near town.
THOS. R. PEARSON
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[ Electric Railway Service!
Inter-urcan Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service trom
6.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���.\o transfer.
Between 12 and 'S. and 5 and 7.
30   Minuce    Service   during  re- J
malnder of day.   Transfer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service  half-hourly  between  ^  a.  ni.  and   10 p.  m.
City and Sapperton.
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Sapperton Line���lo .Minute Service, except between  I'S and
2, and ,'. ami 7, tlurins wnich ���
''.ours    the    service   wm   lie J
Half-hourly. +
Sunday  Service   Half-Hourly be- ���
tween 8 a. m. and 11 p. m. ���
X British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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Have   Fierce     Battle   lor   Tw.)     Days
With  a   Band   of   Yaquis
Savages.
Guaymas, Mexico, Aug. 5.���The
hottest Indian battle that has taken
place in Sonora for some months was
fought lasi Friday and Saturday in
u remote mountain section back of
Las (iuasimas, according lo an army
telegrapher who arrived at this point
last   night,
Seven Mexican soldiers were slain
hi tbe Iwo days' battle, while the
Vai|uis left behind a score of dead
an.l wounded, lbe latter being now
beld as prisoners.
Learning ihat a band of Iuu Indians had been looting ranches and
small towns. Col. Juan J. Navarro.
ol' the Twentieth Battalion of Nation-
el Guards, dispatched Lieut.-Col. .lose
Corona and Iwo companies lo the
scene of lh" outrages. The redskins
bad taken up a strong position in the
Novellor Hills. Friday morning the
onslaught   began.     Tin-   savages   were
weil supplied with arms and ammunition and  successfully  warded off the
repeated   attacks.    On   Friday   nig .
;he Indians ai andone 1 their position
The Mexicans did not  discover th
flight   until   Sir ll ia .    :.;. rning.
In selecting your hardware for your house, be
sure you get a good
lock. To stand the continuous wear and use
given it both the material and workmanship
must be good. Our line
comprises the best Canadian and American
makes. Call and examine our lines	
Anderson
& Lusby
STEAMSHIP SIRIO
GOES FULL SPEED
ONTO ROCKY REEF
(Continued   fro:;!   Page  One.)
CHASES HER HIM
ACROSS CONTINENT
Mrs.    Harris   Catches    Luella   Ccrdeli
and Horsewhips her in  Kansas  City.
Kansas, City Mo.. Aug. .",.���A chas..
half way across the continent for
her husband resulted .esterday afternoon in Mis. Burton Harris, of San
Francisco, horsewhipping Luella C< r-
dell, aged 25, who .-lie declared ha I
stolen ihe affections of the missing
man.      The   horsewhi] ping      "Tan   ill
Twelfth street and Gran 1 avenue
and after a short engagement became a running fight, terminating in
the Cordell woman's apartments
several   blocks away.
i ni.-  morning this week a    �� im ;;
who   showed   signs    if   suffering  ano
worry went :.-. the prosecutor's office
and asked whe:.. Luella Cordell <
I.   located.    The  latter  had   be :omi
known to the authorities through  be
ing arreste 1 i a 'in  charge .���: bigai
accused  of having six husbands, twi
of who::, live I in Ci lorado.    Tne  ...
man who soughl the information told
tbe authorities that she had  been de-
m rted  iu  San  Francisco by her his
band, Burton Harris, shortly after tlu
earthquake.
Harris' suddi a Isap earance ia San
Francisco was i credited by ids wife
. s lue to ' :;������ influence of Luell i Cordell.
WE SELL
M ESTATE
FARM LANDS
WRITE EIRE INSURANCE
the relief of the stii. ... a people shall
1 e taken.
A   feci   i,:'   trawlers   pr ividentiall.
happened   to   i.e   a''... il   one   hundre I
yards  away  when  the    Sirio    struck.
I Notwithstanding the great danger, lbe
skippers of these  boats  came at  once
to   ihe   rescue,   thereby   jeopardizing
ihe safety of Iheir own vessels. The
survivors nf the Sirio unite i.i praising the conduct of ihe captain of lbe
trawler who steamed close to tlie side
of ibe sinking ship and took off three
hundred persons. The crew of Uie
trawler endeavored i.i sheer off. fear-
in- ilia' llieir boat would be sunk.
whereupon the captain drew his revolver, levelled i: at bis men a:: ;
shouted: "As lung as ii i.s possible
; i take off passengers we win ^ol
move.''
Terror-stricken  Crowd.
The   deck   (if   the   .love!)    Migui :
ii   sa crowded   with    the    terror-
rii ;en   survivors   thai   the   skipper
Mas .a dige 1. in order to prevent  bis
. al   from   capsizing,   to   fere.,   ihem
j down into the hold a1 the poinl  i I   i
re vol vi ; ���
Vlcenta Lliwno moved I wo hundre I  persons in. an 1 an old fishermen
lng   a   dingy  alone  saved   twelve.
A rollcall taken on shore sin,wed thai
.'. persons from ihe Sirio me missing, but ii is believed that a few we i
1 n  on  boi id  French and German
steamers whicb  continued their  voyage.
Children   Los:.
.Ma:;.-   heartrending   incidents   were
��� li te 1.      \   group   of   six   children
climbed into the shrouds of the sirio.
��� re their mothers we:-" taken off p.
trawlei -.    Tbe  -hi;,  sank   bei    ���
A' Iren   could   be   rscued,    The
hei        intic �� Ith despair, watched
theli  ��� bildrtn a- thej   were engulfed,
l' wn-  ���' i h diffli nil    th ���' the n imen
ivi   ���   resti  in.-. ��� .;    lng in1 . ihs
I    SHARP PiDUCFIONS ON NEEDED SUMMER GOODS    :
t        Our sale, q| Summer Goods offers exceptional opportunite ���
��� monej on ,.���-.,..a.t everyday necessities.
��� Cotton Vest*. Underprlced This Week
i   L0do,K     adies Cotton Vests, no sleeves, regular values I0i
��� -.< ���' ll ,; ,    ,', ',	
��� iu...... Ladies' White Cotton Vests, one-naif or no sleevi
*. 15'c; reduced price, each... ���  ��� -	
��� loz. Ladies'White Cotton Vests, one-half or no sleevi
4        20c; reduced price, each	
f Hosiery Unclerpriccd
��� ,doz. Fast Black Cotton Hosiery, sizes 9 and 91-2; regular vai;
J        reduced price, per pair..... ���  ��� -.-������    ���..���.'.���
i   [Odoz. Ladies'Black Cotton Hose, all sizes, ribbed and
��� values 20c; reduced price,   per pair	
J 10 doz   I adies' Black Cotton, white wool and cashmere   oles, ,.,
��� and girls' ribbed hose, all sizes;  regular values 80c I
��� |.rice, per pair	
���
ALL YV111TK ULOl'SES REDUCED.
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Deering and Frost & Wood All Steel
Tedders
and Steel, Self Dumping
Hay Rakes
3 1-2 to 6 feet.
MOWERS���Our Giant Frame Mower  beats them  ali  for strei
and easy cutting.
Auction Sale at Market Every Friday.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
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! FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS
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New Goods and New Prices
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,���, A full carload just arrived.     As fine goods as ever enter..! thi
���J Inspection invited.    By buying here you can save money  and  lot!
;���; Give us a trial.   We have many things we are going to clear
# Money saved ii monev made.
!���! See our S5.00 Mattresses
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�����:  716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors,     Rear Extension, Front S .���
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W. E. FALES,
s. G. tidy,   !b. c. Monumental Works
 FLORIST 	
PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS. EOCUETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
JAMES  McKAY,   Proprietor.
Importer and manufactun     it
TelephonneU6Alnd intHt1 ���'' '"Marble and Granite Monuments,
nue and l'dh Street,
Headstones,
W* �� V1?ra.pcr   Ablets, Tombstones, Bt
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard  Blr.r.k.   Now Westminster.  B.C.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster,  B. C.
COLLECT RENTS
MAKE LOANS
f. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
The Farm Land
Specialists
'���   ���     Uisti Ian    onsul   ;.     Rio    le
imped   nto   he sea, wearing
'. bul  a itii lng a woman    n I
him on thi     oini of going
di wn be gave up 1       i     to them an 1
' le I to swim ashoi e.   He �� as aim isi
ii isted when resi ied bj  e fishing
��� ���-   ��� .
Marie   Lou.se   Close   By.
Vlica ate, Spain, Aug, 5. The captain ol I a.- French steamer Marie
Louise, which has arrived byre from
i tagena, relates having witnessed
the    foundering   of the Sirio from a
point   close   to   that   vessel.      l(e   sa\s
lie was remarking to bis mate on the
dangerous course the sirio was taking when the Italian su-ainor, going
ahead at full speed, suddenly stopped
and her bow was seen to lift. The
Marie Louise changed her course and
wont toward the Sirio. Al this moment thorp was heard a loud explosion
aa tho boilers burst. Shortly after
this, dead liodie.-, began to float by
the French steamer   and    those   on
board   could   hear   Ibe   shrieks  of  Ihe
drowning. The Marie Louise launched u boat and picked up twenty live
persons, who wore sent to Hormlgas
island, in the meanwhile the steam
er herseir rescued twenty-nine persons
more and brought them here.
Job
j Printing
ARROW PRESS
Open for Business
July 4,  1906.
t>mm^^^^^i^m
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers  in  the
SPR0TT-SHAW
Business institute
Limited.
336 Hastings Street W.. Vancouver
R. J.   SROTT,  B.A.,  Principal.
H. A.  SCRIVEN,  B. A., Vice-Prui.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec.
HAMMOCKS Westminster Iron Ws
Croquet Sets
orting Goods
Sp
--AT-
MOREY'S   ColumbiaSt.
GENERAL MACHJNK AMJ J--N'.;,'NM'J
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHINO, nidi"!'   ni1
STRUCTURAL IKON    WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   WorK,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence invited.
JOHN REID,
BBQBIH BTKUHflT.
New Westminster. **��� u   ' '

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