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NKW WESTMINST ERviJ. C, SATURDAY YIORWWG, AUGUST II. 1906.
It) CENTS PER WEEK
COUNCIL CANNOT
PUT UP ANY CASH
FOR EXHIBITION
Mayor Keary Tells   R. A. & I. Society That    Deputation
Would Not Have  Any Success    Committee
Chairman Elected and General
Business Discussed.
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NO LOVE FOR CHINESE
I,    .... i   |uestion    of    cl      I i
, : ship ticket bold..: a 23 cents to
li   ihem   lo  the  exhibition   bul I
.,   which    :oncerts   were   being
..   ;     u io.   the  provincial  fair  was
ted    .   '   nigh    al   i    n i etlng   ol
u .1 ol ��� onl roi and ell ������ directo
.   it. A. & i. so< b' ���  hei i in the
... :���   room,  city  hall.   .J.
-. 'i opened  fire by Inquli Ing
��� :���   s would  be 'nl en   ���    1
.. rl,   the  '��� impulsory   payi
��� .,..,..���       luilding  '..   ii ��� ���
nl nn      ��� i    .Hi  ss
��� ��� onally he had   i        i      in ta
��� he   25   cents   ns!.. 1.   b tl   hi
��� thai it  was a  wrong  wa;   i I
. Ine: s.   When a man paid $2
��� i       ��� ��� nil ...'shiii  ticket, he did  i o
��� the Impresi lon that this would
li him to iill ii." attractions of
��� ������   11 Ition,   lr this -.vere no! done.
.. ild   not   sec   what   benefil
. T would be to anyone.
\   Malins nnd .1. II. Vidal took the
. 1 that all persons patronizing the
erts or other attractions held in
��� ���   : dldlngs  shoul I   pay    25    cents
rhether  they were holders of membership  tickets oi   UOt.    After n long
bi usslon,  it   wus    finally    decided,
��� holders of membership    tickets
������   :i i be admitted free, .-ill others to
25  cents  lor  admission    to  ihe
lings  where concerts wen   being
t ,i.
The Money Question.
Mr.   Johnston   also   spoke   Btrongly
.  Inst the practice of always oollect-
��� riey tor attractions from lie
faithful   few   year   afti r  year.
��� same tradesmen were being can-
Bsed   every   year   for   prizes    and
gifts, and he did nol think this
right,    He    suggested    that    a
Ic gran! be asked :or ibis year In-
l of tbe annual canvassing among
radi -nn rj     In  this   way  evi ry-
r   would   be  contributing  towards
��� ':,�� .. i     ol   tl xhlbition.
!'��� fore  ibis  had  a  chance    to    be
nde I, Mayor Keary  rose and  re-
��� ' thai the council would be un-
��� to make any grant this year be-
��� . ii avallal le money was aee li d
bi   I . ard Of WOl I.s.  I:   wus  out of
��� q :. stion   ilia'   'Ic    i ouneil   should
. i. com ��� l<   Mi.  ��� heir financial con-
on, and even if a deputation went
��� council, they could not obtain
" Ing,
Sports for Children.
Mayoi  Keary Informed the meeting
'    lie   had   received   a   euininuiiHU-
��� i    from    tbe    school    trustees    ask-
- thai  a certain day be se; apart
' ���   children, as  they  had  decid-
'   Instead of holding the school
al   a   later  date,   they  would
nlze the exhibition.  The merry-
ind    ; i all other usual attrac-
ild  be provided for the chil-
B. C E. R. Co.'s Generosity.
i   ri plj   to   a   question     bj     Mr,
Hns, Mr, Keary Btated thai the B.
i'i'    had promised a granl ot
I .   exhibition, and In addi-
a to this ha l agreed to furnish all
.1        ,������     i ���. ������ . rounds free
rge.
Indians Want Inducements.
'.'��� C. McDonalli Indian Agent, waa
' ! upon to Say a lew words about
['" Indians which he proposed to
prlng down for the exhibition, While
���haling witb the i|iies:ion. Mr, McDonald said thai In order to gel the
I-'. Hans here this year, some substan-
* I lnducemenl musi .be made.   They
were willing to ci    e,  md It wa
-   le to obtain thi ...      bo il
teen  band     of i music.    The
Indians from i        S boh  and Sno
homlsh were anxious lo gel hi   e,    tl
wished to h   re ���" i   granti I  I
each  band  foi   the! ���,-���        Th.
esi rate tl ���  C  P  R. ild gl e thi
t to h. ming hen
ey asked fi
n   the .������ -��� ���.���.    He
��� i      it thai   th. i.     rt-
.  . .,������.,.
i ���        he  ��� .iii
The matti ��� ��� ��� .
ands  thai   .-.      i ���    bere, as
well : -  whal  Indian siwrts    ���     Id be
beld was finallj   left in thi Is ol
the   board   of  < ontr I,    assiste 1
Messrs. Rickman and McDonal I.
Lacrosse Team  From  East.
���I. Reid as ch iii man of thi 1. crosse
committee inquired whether tberi
would be any i ection to a game
o! lacrosse being played here '... the
Montreal lacrosse team which was reported to be travelling this way about
exhibition time. He said that they
were a strictly amateur team, and he
bad no doubt that they would draw
a better gate than a game with the
Vancouvers or the Maple Leafs. The '
matter was left entirely in his hands,
C. A. Welsh suggesting that something out of the ordinary be provided
in the oval to draw the crowds.
Committee Chairmen.
The following were elected chairmen of the several committees, the
members of theli committee to be
chosen by them:
Collecting committee���J. H. Vidal;
.Music���R.  .1.  Rickman.
Lacrosse���John Reid.
Horse   racing��� V.   Malins.
Special   features���T. J.  Armstrong,
Grounds���W. G. Armstrong.
Basel nil -11.  Ryall.
Indian  sai rti it   C.  McDonald.
I'. . orating-   Flre Chief Watson.
Scottish Bports���A. Adams.
Children's day��� C. V Welsh, pro.
ti m.
Aquatic, sailors and fishermen's
s] orts���James   Learn;.
Those present a! tb" meeting were:
T. J. Trapp, In the chalr^ W. J. Armstrong, J. J. Johnston, A. Malins, E.
I. Webber. Aid. Shiles, Aid. Davies,
Aid. Adams. J. il. Vidal, Aid. Garrett, Aid. Jar tin". Nels Nelson, J.
Reichenbach, John Reid, ('. A. Welsh,
Ii. C. McDonald, il. Ryall, and W. H
Keary,   secretary.
ADD EX 	
Ground   Imorovements.
Tbe secretary Stated that, the sum
of $45,000 had now been invested in
the grounds, and thai more Improvements would be made in the future. A
drain is to be dug around the Btables,
an.l it was decided thai the .. n
gant would be emj li yed to do this
labor.
The question oi having a trap
shooting torn nan ent will be dei Id. I
i ih. committee < n special attractions, an I it Is likely thai bu< h a
tournament vt ill I e b< Id.
li is nol yel absolutely settle i
whether Hurl Qrey wlM be able to at-
tend the opening of the exhibition but
il is very likely thai lie will do so.
The manner of bis reception will be
arranged  inter.
London, August 10. ���The Birmingham "Post"
says, "Whoever used their eyes and nose in the
Asiatic quarters in the towns and villages along the
Canadian Pacific coast will have little sympathy with
the petition of the Victoria salmon canners for a reduction in the tax on Chinese. Asiatic immigration
into Canada, should be discouraged in every way."
Allen Cameron, general traffic agent of C. P. R.
interviewed regarding the Post's criticism of Chinese
says he could imagine no better elass of settlers in a
country like the west of Canada. They are strong,
hardy, healthful, resourceful, capable, cheerful and
ibedient to law.
ACCUSED TELLER
I     OF DEFUNCT BANK
COMMITS SUICIDE
Denies That He Had Any Share in Stensland's  Game But
Is Too Sensitive to Stand Taunts of
People Who Believe
He Had.
CANADIANS HOLD
THEIR PLACES IN
THE BIG REGATTA
Close Finishes in the Elimination Contests Are Witnessed
at International] Boat Races ��� New Yorkers
Spurt But Fail to Catch the
Argonauts.
Worcester, .Mass., Aug. 10.���There
v a- splendid sculling, a number of
interesting races and three or four
...it and exciting finishes in the
elimination contests ihat opened the
thirty fourth annual regatta or' the
National Association of Amateur
Oarsmen oa Lake Qninsigamond today and nine events were run off
without a bitch, despite the misty
rain that fell frequently during the
forenoon.
The association four sculls which
��� it in off in two heats were the
evenl to which oarsmen have looked
1. rward Tor several months and eleven
of Ait- fastest scullers in the country
starl i 1 bi ( . vi n . - for the finals
tomorrow are Harry S. Bennet,
S] Ingfiel 1: Frank Vese dya . New
v<\ k:   IA  McGi   . Ti rout... and  Jol n
' ���   .1.   Halifax.
Another interesting nti st developed in thi first heal of the intermediate singles and as result of which
Warnock, ol Springfield, and Major,
of the First Bohemians will have Hen-
derson of Winnipeg and Thomas Mc-
tlee of the Ravenswood club as competitors in the finals tomorrow.
The sporl closed with a fine contest between the Argonauts of Toronto, the .New York Athletics and the
Wachusetts of Worcester.
All ihree were A - 1 as they nearer, the finish and while the New-
Yorkers spurted they could not catch
ihe Canadians who wan by half a
length, with the Wachusetts third by
thre    quart, rs of a  length.
The intermediate four oared race
won by the nonpareil r< wing club of
i New York, St.  Alpbonso'a  club, Bos-
t: n, second.
The second race of the senior pair
' oared was won by the Metropolitan
rowing club. New York, Philadelphia
barge club, Philadelphia, second: Sea-
whanhaka boat club, Brooklyn, third.
New York athletic club, New York,
fourih.    Time 9 minute-, 5 seconds.
Third race of the intermediate
single sculls���First heat won by Alexander Warner, Springfield boat club,
Louis Major, first; Bohemian boat
club. .New York, second. Time 7
minutes, 1Q seconds.
Fourih race intermediate single
trulls���Second heat won by J. S. Hen-
: derson, Winnipeg rowing club;
Thomas McGeeJ Ravenswood boat
club, Long Island, second. Time 10
n.iu.;:es, 10 seconds.
Fifth senior four oared race���First
bent won by .Mound City rowing club,
St. Louis. Mo.; Winnipeg rowing club,
Winnipeg,    second;     Riverside    boat
: club. Cambridge. Mass., third. Time
ii minutes, 1 second.
Sixth Association single sculls-
First heat. Harry S. Bennett, Springfield boat club, Springfield, Mass..
McGee, Toronto rowing club, Toronto,
second. Time 9 minutes, 52 seconds.
Seventh race, senior lours���Second
heat won by Ravenswood boat club,
Long Island City; Portland rowing
club, Portland, Ore., second; Metropolitan rowing club, New York, third.
Time,   s   minutes,   5G   seconds.
Eighth Association singles���Second
heat, won by Frank Veseley, First
Bohemian boat club, New York: John
O'Neill. St. Mary's, Halifax, N. C. second.    Time !> minutes. 5S seconds.
bicago,  111., Aug,  1".���Frank Row-
A   paying   teller  of  the    defunct
Mil.'.   il ���-.    \ ?enue  State   bank,  shot
and killed himself this evening at his
ne    No charges had been brought
against   him  in  connectii n   with   tbe
.. of the bank.
Ci: Iei :.. by neighbors . n 1 frii nds,
accused Kowalski of a  share in
lownfall of the bank, it is said,
him  to suicide,    The acme i I
���     ible   was   i eai hed   lasi   night
'. : in  he  had   kn iwn     for
ted him on the t 'eet and
of being res;,..:.. ible for
the    ank.
��� ��� ������' . -   assert   hat   lie  is in-
ent  . :  any misdeme mo..
When the bank failed Kowalski had
-""'��� ���   of   his   own   money   on   depi a
there and bis immediate relatives had
nearly   $50,000.
The search for Paul O. Stensland, i
the missing president of the bank.'
i.s extending to all parts of the coun-,
try.
Cashier   Hering   who   was   arrested
yesterday spent today with the state's
atorney    examining  the  bank's    col-'
lateral.
The forged notes aggregating more
than $500,000 are in the possession
of the state's attorney.
It   is   asserted   tonight   that   President   Stensland's  alleged   defalcations
j will amount to nearly $2,000,000.
Stensland   Bet   on   Races.
Chicago,  Aug.   10.���In  addition    to
the   discovery   of   a   prviate     ledger!
'kept  by President Paul O. Stensland,'
Iof the  wrecked    Milwaukee    Avenue
I State   bank,  and   in   which   was  con-1
cealed   a   record  of  $191,000  of  sav
ings banl leposlts, another sensation came to light .luring the ex-
amination ol Cashier Henry VS. Hering
by Assistant State Attorney Olsen at
the iank lasi night. This book showed Stensland in a new role.   ,
The book showed thai th'e missing president, in company with a
. ��� "ie of friends, was ,. heavy plung-
e on the races. It contained memo-
rand i of a campaign o.i tlie turf. One
day   Stensland   an.l   his   companions
.- i $75,000 io win $60,C  on a horse
called General Bragg. The animal
won. There were lots Of losings,
however,   to  offset  this  big  winning.
"This shows," said Hering, as he
brought the book from its hiding
, lace, "Aiat I'm not the only fellow
around hei-- that 'followed the
ponies.' "
Auvhorities   Chary.
The authorities are chary of reposing implicit confides .��� in Bering's
statement that he did not forge fhe
names on certain notes, and by implication insinuating that Stensland
did.    The reason is this:
For the last two or three years
Stensland has not been physically
perfect. His nerves have given him
a lot of trouble, and so poor has been
his control of them that his hands
have shaken as if he had the palsy.
No wavering penman could do the
high-grade forgery that has been going on.
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Settler Burned Out.
Fielding, Sasl;., Aug. 10.���The farm
house of D. Stewart, a new settler,
was burned and the contents destroyed  here.    The loss is  $1,000.
GENERAL PAREDES i FIFTY-FIVE PEOPLE
(PLANS REVOLUTION'        INJURED IN WRECK
Tells  New York  Newspaper That  He   Sleeping   Car   and   Day   Coach   Turn-
Is  Going  to   Do   Up ble Down a Twenty Foot
Castro. Embankment.
New   York.  Aug.   10���The   Tribune
j tomorrow   will  say  that   General   An-
. touio Paredes is here to plan a revo-
i Union   against   President   Castro    of
j Venezuela. "I came here solely on that
| mission," said the general yesterday,
i "and 1 am sanguine of its success. I
I thall not  return until I have accomplished   the   purpose  of    my    visit."
Paredes was military chief at  Puerto
Cabello  under President  Andrade.
VARNISH EXPLOSION .      I SULTAN'S ANATOMY
KILLS FIVE SAILORS        NEEDS SOME FIXING
Hot   Piece   of  Steel   Falls   Into   Paint-Main Gay at Constantinoole  Not Al:le
Pot and  Results Are
Fata!.
London. Aug. 10.���The Times this
n.oining says it learns Hint John 1)
Rockefeller has furnished funds for
railroad   development   in   Tanganyika.
pVoman, 104 Years of Age
Puts Burglars to Flight
	
Rochester,  N.  v., Aug.  10.���A  f-   Halstead   charged   with   burglary   in
Jorfi ilk, Va,, Aug, 10 ���Five men
v ��� e I ai n. I to leal h In the paint
:��� _er on bi ard I i< ti pedi destroyer
Word en here tod ly. While driving
rivets in the painl locker one of the
hot pieces of siee] fell into a quantity Of varnish, causing It to explode.
Robt White and William H. Wilson
were blown through live opening i
lending Into the pain', locker and '
landed on  deck
Takes Carbolic Acid.
Delta, Ont., Aug. 10.���Emma Carrie,
aged twenty years, residing in the
vicinity of Rhlllippsville, Ont, look
Hie contents of a five ounce bottle
of carbolic acid yesterday, living only!
about one and a half hours afterwards,
to  Sit   Up and   Look
Pleasant.
Vienna,  Aug,   10.���According   to  a
ii si age ;'('.,���. Ived here from Constantinople the Sultan's Indisposition
made necessary the calling of today's
Selamllik. The foreign representatives, who had assembled to witness
lhe ceremony, withdrew when this
became known, and the troops stationed at the spot were dispersed. It i*
reported that the Sultan must undergo an operation, and it is belli >'ed
he already has done so. This, news of
the Sultan's ill-health bas awakened
deep Interest here.
(��� o ������
Wants B. C. Lumber.
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 10.���According to G. Spalteholz, a German lumber merchant of Dresden who is
here with a view to establishing
trade connection with British Columbia mills as ii source of supply, Germany requires Canadian lumber and
er In practically unlimited quantities 1 ul tariff conditions are tin-
- tl��� to ] romote large tra le.
I
Resignation Accented.
New York, Aug, 10.���The resignation of Seymour Eaton as secretary
of the International Policyholders
committee, delivered yesterday, was.
accepted today at a meeting of exevu-
live committee.: Edgar E. Clark, of
Cedar Rapids, lowa. the newly appointed member of the interstate
commerce commission has teen elect-
ed b ring secretary.
Dallas, Texas, Aug. 10.���Fifty-five
persons were injured today in an accident on the Forth Worth and Denver City railroad near Fruitland. A
relief train has gone from here carrying physicians. The wreck occurred
on a long curve near Fruitland. The
sleeper and one day coach went down
a  twenty   foot  embankment.
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Coal   Miners Strike.
Halifax. Aug. 10.���One hundred
men at the Strathcona Coal mines,
River Herbert, Cumberland county,
are on strike because the management
It) order to offset a reduction in the
price of coal to the Intercolonial railway, cut ten cents a ton off the coal
cutters today.
Dies on Board Ship.
Montreal, Aug. 10,���Word reached
the city this morning that Aid. C. B.
Ci rter, M. P. P., died on board the
Allan liner Vict; rian hist night He
had been a r<. ' for some months,
and was on hi.: way home at the
time of his death.
Lyncher Ge.'.s 15 Years.
Charlotte, N. C, Aug. 10.���George
Hall wiis tonight convicted of conspiracy in connection with the
lynching at Salisbury of the three
negro murderers of the Lyerley family, and was sentenced to 15 years
in  the  state  iui-on.
i:"   case   was   held   before   Jus- ""'   HrSt   degree.     On   lbe   nighl
Benedlcl of Brockport (bis morn-
The complainant was Mrs. Mary
''��� lot years obi, as active men ,.MII|) .,, (|lf, intruders and 'hey fled.
���   and   as   sound   us   women   half Later Ihey  were arrest.',I.    The  oase
age    The defendant  was  Roxy was adjourned.
of
June  29,   Mrs.   Dean   discovered   two
burglars  In   ber  homo.     Being  u   wo-
mail Of courage she threw    a  lighted
Washington, Aug. 10,���The Persian
minister late today received official
notification thai the Persian government bad Issued a de iree granting
to the people of thai 11 untry a dr
tlonal assembly,
Herman Defeats Yanger.
Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 10.���Herman
got the decision over Yanger at the
end of a ten round fight. The con-
iitions of the match were ten rounds,
I ne arm free in Clinches, Abe Rob
ler of Chicago was referee. Herman
continued in fighting tactics throughoul the contest. Frequent clinches
and bard hitting characterized the
beat.
\
Mount Baker Preforms
a Few Stunts of Its Own
Bellingham. Wash., Aug.  10.���A re-1 Washington     State    university     pro-
Imarkable exhibition of volcanic activ- nounoes the phenomena extensive and
ity   in   the   form  of    steam    issuing  wonderful.
i with a roaring Sound from numerous j Over an area of several acres In
vents and many pools of boiling| the midst of a glacier, says he, steam
water  was  discovered  by  the  Maza-  Issues from a thousand vent and boil-
uias on the northeast slope of Mount
Baker. The discovery Is entirely
new   and   Professor  Landes    of    the
ing water la plentiful, As a result
.of, the intense heat the rocks are bare
for a  radius of many miles.
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win
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TNE DAILY NEWS
Thursday, august 9.
-
_'   AAAAfA
1906.
SOMETHING NEW
'^OFFERS HIGH PRICE
TO RIVER FISHERMEN
Quaker Puffed Rice
Try it.    It is delicious.    We have it.
SHERRIFS MARMALADE   10 CENTS   PER  TIN
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
TOO MUCH CF A JOKE.
Whal marriage would endure aft-
i er a practical joke, especially upon
I the husband? A St. Louis man, victim of a merry jest, is suing his wife
for divorce. The pair wenl lo a
masked ball. The husband was
somewhat jealous of a German ae-
i tor. Tin.' wife disappeared in the
throng, and after a long search the
1 j 11 s 11:i: 1J grew suspicious of 11 pair
in Id:. 1; dominoes who appeared
much interested in each other. The
other women at the ball insinuated
thai ihc pair were the wife and the
ait.'.i'. The husband gave the female hi::, k domino a -t ere lecture,
whA'i-. lo, liis wi!'" nppi ai'i'd wearing
im mask exi epl an cxpr ion of innocence! Everybody laughed, as
tip. wii..;.. i ; :e-come ly had been
arranged in advance. The lntsliniulA
sense of Inimor would nol stand the
strain, lie seeks relief from the
practical ioki r.
....CALL ON....
T.A.Mmr&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� - B. C
WaAirig   Backward.
Boys and girls sometimes suffer
frnu nervous head:'., he. and they
a?" advised to try a simple remedy.
It is not a drug, hat is mi very sim-
filc and harmless that it may he
ried by the most delicate person.
It is merely the acl of walking backward. An instructor in physical culture claims that it is an infallible
remedy. You should walk very
slowly, letting the ball of the foot
touch the lit.or lirst. aid then lhe
heel. A few minutes' walking generally effects a complete cure, according to the instructor, lie al>n
claims thai walking backward Cor a
I little while every day is the best
j way to learn to walk forward easily
I and gracefully.   Suppose you try it.
Agent   of   Blaine   Canners   Corr.es   to
New  Westminster in  Search  of
Sockeyes.
Alfred    Thomas,    representing    the
firm of Wadham Bros., of Blaine, was
in the city yesterday trying to secure
contracts with fishermen for the rest j
of the season.    He was authorized hy :
1
Charles  Wadham  to offer us high as '���
37 l-2c a fish, providing all the catch '���
w;is sold to them, and on the understanding  thut   nothing   but    sockeyes
would be accepted.    This is the same
firm that have a steamer at Steves- :
ion taking away all the fish they can
secure.    At   Steveston  they  are  only
paying 33c a fish, hut as they are not
getting enough, they decided that Ihey i
would  invade the New    Westminster ���
market   and   offer   a   high   price.     At
Blaine this firm is paying 40c a sockeye,   and   they   figure   out   that   after!
paying  the  duty  and   cosl   of  transportation, each fish bought here will
cost them just about that figure.   Owing lo the fact that most of the fish-
eimen have contracted with the local
canneries for the season, Mr. Thomas
v,,,s  experiencing   some   difficulty   in
-eciiring contracts with the men; bai,
li ���  is  confident  that   the  high  price
that he offers wil! i.e sufficient to in-
duce quite a number of the men to
take up his offer, and he expects to
make   contracts   wllh   the   fishermen
thai will enable his firm ro cope with
the       large       orders       that       they
have on hand ai the present time.
Builders
Hardware
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	
It   ccri
harm.
linh
cannot   do   vou   anv
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
How Br.T;3  Hurr..
Did you know that beeB hum from
under their wings? It is imt llu
stir of those beautiful white wings
we hear. It A the drawing in and
out of ihc air tubes in the bee's
quick flight. The faster the bee
flies the louder tiie humming is.
Did ynu know that insects feel:
They have nwves ad over them,
through their S'ings and out to the
end of every f _eh r.
How t
Sever!   o:.'
stronger sig!'
other,
eve i.-  i
of  the
pi 01
some extent
eyes out  of "
all respects
nt Y.:_r  Eyes?
I   ten  people  havi
in one eye than thr.
In t ���' o cast - . ul ef five onc
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blind
and
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only oae puir oi
Iill een is right in
Tennis Tournament.
Thc result of yesterday's tennis
tournament was as follows:
Gentlemen's singles. Brimacombe
beat O'Brien, 0 to 2, 0 to A.
Ladies singles, Mrs. Johnston heal
Hiss Fillimore, fi to !!, 6 to 3.
Gentlemen's doubles, Stewart and
Grant beat Duthie and McFarland, 6
to 3, 6 to 4.
Gentlemen's singles, Fletcher bent
.McQuarrie   by   default.
Ladies doubles, Miss Weeks" and
Miss McGownan beat Mrs. Downie
and Mrs. Williams, li to 2, C to 0.
The programme for today is as
follows:
Ladies singles, AK��s Charleson vs.
Mrs.   William*.
Ladies doubles, Miss Fillimore and
Mrs. Johnston vs. Mrs. Grant and
Miss  Cotton.
Gentlemen's singles, White vs.
Bourne.
Gentlemen's doubles, Latham and
McQuarrie vs. Tuck and Brimacombe.
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Use  Native  Wine.
Tulsa. Indiana, Aug. S.���With the
completion of a pipe line from the
tanks west of Tulsa to Glennpool today the mid-continent oil field is in
direct pipe line communication with
the Standard Oil company's eastern
terminus at Tidewater. Xew .lers. y.
In the presence of Standard Oil officials and operators the new line
v.as christened with a bottle of wine
(native.i
Anderson
& Lusby
A   Remarkable-   Watch.
Tlici.. i> in tlie ;.��� ��� sion of ' t
czar a, very ro tun ...A e ii atch. it
was mad., by a L'olish in. ban c
named Jules ('urzon. The late (���:;;,:���
hud !....rd si tn .... del fill talcs
aboul :!,'��� in\ ntive abi h of A..-
n.a::. ::: d, ivishil per nil; to ti :
a | an ��� I con-
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I,a   c ef I imA   .
his skill
taining
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command to make the.a into a timepiece. Within a remarkably shorl
time the czar rei i ivi d them back in
the shape of a wa1 h.   The case was
made of china and t;.e
other odds and ends,
and astonished  was
he gent for the man,
era! distinction: on li
him a pension,
work- of the
So pleased
the czar that
eonfc rred sev-
tn and .'ranted
.kipping.
ALEX. SPECK
3iCe   Man on Wheel.
r./iumbia St. Xew Westminster.
Put Your Money to Work
and Increase your income. Xow
is the time to buy. Westminster is forging ahead, If you
are looking for a home at a
reasonable price, and easy
terms, call in and inspect our
large and exctilsive list of
dwellings we have for sale in
different  parts of the city.
WHITE & SHILES
2ti0 Columbia St.    I'hone 85
See the Russel Automobile on exhibition ihis afternoon at T. Mowbray's  shop.
Reads by ilie Light of z. Snusage.
FrofessorHansMolisch of Prague,
accord in,:: to the London Mail, hus
been able to road a newspaper by
the microbic glow emanating from
a sausage. All meat���beef as often
as in 52 cases < ul . f 100 and veal in
50 oul ��� i 100 contains the microbe
which | r ..;��� cts a greenish while
light. Wil h sa isnges il is not bo
frequent, bul is, whi n present, much
stronger, \'\ In n the fat on the luminous sausage wu scraped away it
immediately ceased to give forth
lig .:. bul a- soon as the surface
had a:.rui;! been covered by the fat
oozing from tho inti rior the lighl
reappi an cl. Professor Molisch asserts thai tl .��� iin .-< ri i- i f these mi-
crobi e in meal is no sign of decay,
but rather the contrary, as in no
case hav they I een found in meat
unlit for htinu .i < opsumpi ion.
Hat i f i   ii ar ii ... lr ot I rown!
One foot up m foot down!
In the i   .   : i:        ������ |y ski! piny!
Wati '   '  ���   . n r, i ��� ���., :  nipping!
Like ti i   abeam lng gay,
Happy mu   . n, 11 Ip  iwaj l
Lain::, at Soin       h mi li ������.������ rover,
If he in    ts yi      ��� -.������ hlm over!
Up with this r   -a up with ihat!
Happj  ! ,. .a t ia   pitapi i:
Oae   tOOt   .:.,  U! toot  (!nwn,
Hat of 1 '��� .   ai     ha lr of brown;
Over C ire and <���������. r Sorrow
KVa. *. ��� ' iv ."..nl a   Id tnmnrrnw'
Electric Railway Service!
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service Irom
6.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���.no transfer.
Between 12 and _ and b and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during re
malnder or day.    l'ransrer at ���
Leopold .Place. J j
Sunday  Service  half-hourly  be- ] [
tween 8 a. m. and 10 p. m. <>
o
City and Sapperton. *
Sapperton Line���lb Minute 8er- m
vice, except between 12 and
2, and 5 and 7, during wnicb   ,
hours   the   service   will   be *'
half-hourly. < >
Sunday 8ervlce   nair-nourly be- < >
tween 8 a. m. and 11 p. m.     <'
���-���   <,
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd \\
REMEMBER
WE Sill
REAL ESTATE
FARM LANDS
WRITE FIRE INSURANCE
COLLECT RENTS
MAKE LOANS
f. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
The Farm Land
Specialists
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of   British  Columbia.
Sealed tenders addiessed to the of-
| flee of the Commissioner of Dominion
I Lands. Department of the Interior,
and marked on the envelope "Tend';.
| loi   Timber  Berth   No.   195,"  will   be
��� leived   at  this    Department    until
noon   on   Wednesday,  tie   12th  day  of
September, 1906, for a license to c tl
j timber on Berth No. 495, situate in
Hu Province of liritish Columbia on
Silver River in aboul Townships 11 and
I. Ranges 25 and 26, West of the 6th
Meridian, comprising two block.-, described as follows:
Block l. Commencing at a point on
said river oil the Southerly boundary
"f Timber Berth 489, being about 8
1-:' miles up said River from its
mouth; thence up said River 4
1-2 miles in direct distance with a
depth of 50 chains on the Easterly
side and 70 chains on the Westerly
side thereof, measured at right angles
to the general bearing of the river
within   the  block.
Block   2.    Commencing  at  a   point
on  said  river about 40    chains    up
stream  from  the Southerly  boundary
of  Block   1;   thence  up  stream   1   1-L'
miles in direct distance with a depth'
of 5(1 chains on the Easterly side und
70 chains on the Westerly side thereof,  measured  at. right   angles  to  the
general  hearing of river within the
block.    The  whole  contains  an  area '
of 8,040 acres, more or less.
The  survey  is  to  he  made  within \
one year of receipt of tenders.
The    regulations   under   which    a
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Special Prices this Week to Clear Out
ODD LINES OF HAND BAGS
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I    Buster Brown Belts for Boys and Girls   j
our show window  tor
nap in these  goo ls, al
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The Paragon
Family Washer
The Latest   and  Greatest  Washer  on   the Market
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1.   Anything without previous boiling; there
 I of      ng any chemicals only sea).
an l .vater.
2.���Anything from the finest lace curtains
to the hea' esi blankel   and carpets, without the slightest injury  to even the n
delicate fabrics.
3.���Up to twenty-live pieces within G to 8
minutes. Better and cleaner than by the
harsh, slow and tireson e rub-board method.
The Paragon runs absolutely noiseless, and so easily that a child can
turn it. The Paragon will save its cost many times by preventing wear
and tear.    Call and see it and be convinced like others now using it.
Large Shipment of Them lust Arrived Direct From Factory
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
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A full carload just arrived.     As tine goods as ever entered the city. ,���,
Inspection invited.    By buying here you can save money  and   lots of it. J<
Give us a trial.    We have many things we are going   to  clear  at   i >i
.Money saved is monev made. i*i
See our $5.00 Mattresses ij
W. E. PALES,
'ft' 716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street. J
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license will be issue,:, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtiiined at this Departmenl i r . the
office of the Crown Tlmi ��� \: ��� nl
at New Westminster, It. C.
Each tender must he acci mpanied
by an acepted cheque on a chart-
sored l.ank in favor i :' the Deputy of
the .Minister of the Interior, for the
amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay fi i a license.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY (I. KEYES,
Secretary.
I'   -        n1   of the  Interior,
Ottawa, July 27th, huh;.
S. G. TIDY,
 FLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, BOQUET3
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone A1S4 or address 4th Avenue and 10th Street.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones Re
Write for prices.
New  Westminster, B. C.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.  New Westminster, B.C.
MOREY'S~
China Department
Is filling up.   Come and see the lovely
TEA SETS,
DINNERWARE,
GLASSWARE, Etc.  vlted
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers in the
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
Limited.
336 Hastings Street W.. Vancouver
R. J.  SROTT, B.A.,  Principal.
H. A. SCRIVEN, B, A.. Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AND i'.M'l,v
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING. UKIIHH'- arid
STRUCTURAL IKON    WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   WorK.   lncmilW
Fences, Gates, Flre Escapes,
Mull orders and correspondence ��
- ��� AT	
MOREY'S   ColumbiaSt.
JOHN REIO
BEUH1E STKW'-1
<"ew Westminster.
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VOLUME 1 DUMBER 134
NKW WESTMINSTER, B.C..SAHi:i)AY Mol^rN... AHilM   II, 1906
10 CENTS l'EU WEEK
COUNCIL CANNOT
PUT UP ANY CASH
FOR EXHIBITION
Mayor Keary Tells   R. A. & I. Society That    Deputation
Would Not Have   Any Success    Committee
Chairman Elected and General
Business Discussed.
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NO LOVE FOR CHINESE
���r  1  ques lon    of    charging
ahip ticket holders 25 cents to
hem  to the exhibition   build-
which  concerts   were   being
n ag tii*. provincial fair was
:  laBl   night  at  a  meeting of
j ol control and city directors
R A. k I. society held i:i the
ol   trade   room,   city   hall.     ,1.
ti a opened fire by ln'quii Ing
-:, pg   would   be   'alien   to   do
v  with  the  compulsory   paymenl
,,.;,.  ol I ..���   luilding 'o   b   ���
��� rship tickets.   He said
m .lly he had no objection to
the 25 cents  asked,  but  he
thai it was a wrong way of
��� '.���.. SB.    When ii man paid $2
��� ,       nembershlp ticket, he  did so
the Impression that this would
him  to  all  the  attractions  of
exhibition.   If this were not done.
lie could   not   see   what   benefit   the
tii ...������.- would be i" anyone,
A Malins and .1. 11. Vidal took the
Btand iimt all persona patronizing the
ocerts or other attractions held in
the buildings should pay 25 cenls
whether they were holders of membership tickets or not. After a long
llBCUSslon, it was finally decided,
tiiut holders of membership tickets
would be admitted free, all others to
t 25 cents for admission to the
ttilldings where concerts were being
held.
The Money Question.
M .  Johnston   also   spoke   strongly
against the practice of always collecting money   for  attractions   from   the
��� faithful   few   year   after   year.
Thi  Bame tradesmen were bting can-
--��� 1   every   year   for   prizes     and
tiionej gifts, and he did not think this
��;is right.     He    suggested     thai     a
Ivic granl  be asked for this year in-
stead of the annual canvassing among
���   tradesmen,    ln  this   way  every-!
I    would  be contributing towards
��� ises of the exhibition.
Before  ibis had  a  chance    to    bo!
��� I, Mayor Keary rose and  n
��� ' thai the council would be un- j
ahle to make any fcram ibis yeai- bell available money wus needed
thi   i oard of works. It  was out oi
the question ihat  the council  should:
oi ��� i :��� ring their financial con-
'     . ml even if a deputation went ;
the council, they could not  obtain
'    ' Ing,
SDorts for Children.
Mayoi   Keary informed the meeting
thai  he  had  received  a  communlca-
--'   from   the   school   trustees   ask-
a certain day  be set  apart
1 hildren, as  ihey  had  decid-
'    A. ;   Instead Of holding the  school
al   a   lau-r   date,   they   would
" the exhibition.  The merry-
���   i  an 1 all other usual  attracts wo il! be provided for the chil-
B. C. E. R. Co.'s Generosity.
r Pi    to  a   question    by    Mr,
Mr. Keary staled that the  B,
��� R   Co. had promised a grant of
'  .' exhibition, and in addi-
I    1 agreed to furnish all
aary power on the grounds free
���
Indians Want Inducements.
McDonald, Indian Agent, was
:   ;' '������������ to say a few words about
��� '-  which he    proposed    to
- down for the exhibition. While
were willing to ci me, and it was pos-
sli le to obtain the ������ trices ol about
fifteen bands to furnish music. The
Indians irom Fori Simpson and Snohomish were anxl gel here, but
tbey wished to o granted to
each band for i ���,-. The
: esi ra". the '' P a, il i . -. them
was $8 return, an i i iey would be
::|! to t m i iming here,
the asked fi vhether tl
i on the ni t. He
: oin ed out that thi Ian di
:, enl was giving $i ai towards the i xiii
The mi tter i g the n ....'.��� r
of   ban.Is   ihat   wi      1       mi    v re,  as
well : s v.hai  la llan sporU   ��    Id    i
held was finally lefl In the hands of
the   board   of   control,    assisti  I
Messrs.  Rickman  and  Mali.mall.
Lacrosse Team  From East.
J. Reld as chairman of the lacrosse
committee Inquired whether there
would l.e any objection to a game
ol lacrosse being played here bj the
Montreal lacrosse team which was reported to be travelling this way about
exhibition time. He said that they
were a strictly amateur team, and he
had no doubt that (hey would draw
n better gate than a game witli the
Vancouvers or the Maple Leafs. The
matter was left entirely in his hands,
c. A. Welsh suggesting thai something out of the ordinary be provided
in the oval to draw the crowds.
Committee Chairmen.
The following were elected chairmen of the several committee-, the
members of their committee to be
chosen by  them:
Collecting committee���.1. H. Vidal.
Musii���R.  .1.   Rickman.
Lacrosse���John Reid.
Horse   racing��� V   Malins.
Special   features���T,   J.   Armstrong.
Grounds���W. G.  Armstrong.
Baseball���H. Ryall.
Indian sports���R. C. McDonald.
Decorating���Fire Chief Watson.
Scottish sports���A. Adams.
Children's day���C. A. Welsh, pro.
inn.
Aquatic, sailors and fishermen's
bj orts- James   Leamy,
Those present at the meeting were-.
T. .1. Trapp, in the chair, W. J. Ann-
strong, .1. J. Johnston, A. Malins, E.
I. Webber, Aid. Shiles, Aid. Davies.
Aid. Adams. J. 11. Vidal, Aid. Gar-
rett, Aid. Jardine, Nels Nelson. J.
Reichenbach. .lohn Reid, C. A, Welsh.
II. C. McDonald, H. Ryall. and W. H.
Keary.  secretary.
ADD  EX
Ground   Imorovements.
The secretary stated that the sum
of $45,000 had now been invested in
ihe grounds, and thai more improvements would be made in Hie future. A
drain is to be dug around the stables,
and ii was decided thai the chain
gang would be employed to do this
labor.
The question oi having a trap
sliootlng tournament will be decided
by thi committee on special attractions, and it Is likely thai such 8
tournament will be held.
Il is not yet absolutely settle I
whether Earl Grey win be able to attend the opening < f Ihe exhibition bill
ii is very likely thai he will do Si .
The manner of his reception will be
arranged  later.
London, August 10.���The Birmingham "Post"
says, "Whoever used their eyes and nose in the
Asiatic quarters in the towns and villages along the
Canadian Pacific coast will have little sympathy with
the petition of the Victoria salmon canners for a reduction in the tax on Chinese. Asiatic immigration
into Canada, should be discouraged in every way."
Allen Cameron, general traffic agent of C. P. R.
interviewed regarding the Post's criticism of Chinese
says he could imagine no better elass of settlers in a
country like the west of Canada. They Are strong,
hardy, healthful, resourceful, capable, cheerful and
obedient to law.
ACCUSED TELLER
OF DEFUNCT BANK
I COMMITS SUICIDE
Denies That He Had Any Share in Stensland's Game But
Is Too Sensitive to Stand Taunts of
People Who Believe
He Had.
CANADIANS HOLD
THEIR PLACES IN
THE BIG REG A TTA
Close Finishes in the Elimination Contests Are Witnessed
at International, Boat Races���New Yorkers
Spurt But Fail to Catch the
Argonauts.
Worcester,   Mass.,   Aug.   10.���There]
was  splendid  sculling,  a  number  of \
interesting   races   and   three  or   four j
close   and   exciting   finishes   in     the
elimination  contests that opened the
thirty   fourth   annual   regatta  of  the.
National     Association     of     Amateur.
Oarsmen  on  Lake  Quinsigamond  today   and   nine   events   were   run   off
without   a   hitch,   despite   the   misty
rain   that   fell   frequently   during  the
fere noon.
The association four sculls which
were run off in two heats were the
event to which oarsmen have looked
;. ��� ward for several months and eleven
ol ' ie fastest scullers in the country
started. The survivors for the finals
tomorrow are Harry ri. Bennet,
Springfield; Frank Ve-ealya , New
York; E. MeGee, Toronto, and John'
O'Neill,  Halitax.
Another interesting contest    developed  In  thi   first  ::- al  oi the inter-
i ii liate singles and as result of which '���
Wsrnock, of  Springfield, and  Major.'
of the First Bohemians will have Hen-]
deraon of Winnipeg and Thomas MeGee of the Ravenswood club as com-;
pi titors in the finals tomorrow.
The sport close l with a fine contest between the Argonauts of Toronto, the New York Athletics and the
Wachusetts of Worcester.
All ihree were lapped as they near-'
ed the finish and while the New
Yorkers Bpurted they oould not catch
the Canadians who won by half a
length, with the Wachusetts third by
      quarters of a  length.
The Intermediate four oared race
won by the nonpi  ��� 1       wing club of
New York, St, AlpboDso's club, Bosun, second.
The second race of the senior pair
oared was won by the Metropolitan
rowing club, New York, Philadelphia
barge club, Philadelphia, second; Sea-
whanhaka boat club, Brooklyn, third.
New York athletic club, New York,
fourth.    Time 9 minutes, 5 seconds.
Third race of the intermediate
single sculls���First heat won by Alexander Warner. Springfield boat club,
l.oais Major, first; Bohemian boat
club, New York, second. Time 7
minutes,  10.   seconds.
Fourih race intermediate single
sculls���Second heat won by J. S. Henderson, Winnipeg rowing club;
Thomas McGeeJ Ravenswood boat
club, Aong Island, second. Time 10
minutes, 10 seconds.
Fifth senior four oared race���First
heat won by Mound City rowing club.
Sr. Louis. Mo.; Winnipeg rowing club.
Winnipeg, second; Riverside boat
club. Cambridge, Mass., third. Time
'.i minutes, 1 second.
Sixth Association sing'e sculls���
First heat, Harry S. Bennett, Springfield boat club, Springfield. MABSM
MeGee, Toronto rowing club, Toronto,
second.    Tim* 9 minutes. 52 seconds.
Seventh race, senior fours���Second
heat won by Ravenswood boat club.
Long Island City; Portland rowing
ciub, Portland, Ore., second; Metropolitan rowing club, New York, third.
Time,  S  minutes,  56  seconds.
Eighth Association singles���Second
heat, won by Frank Veseley, First
Bohemian boat club, New York: John
O'NelD, St. Mary's, Halifax, N. C, second.    Time B minutes, 5S seconds.
Chicago, 111.. Aug. le.���Flunk Kow
al  tl   aa.,in.,   teller of  the    defunct
v   :   I..-..   \, ,'iiii..  s a:.,   bank,  shot
I a I  1 tiled  himself this evening at his
h aa. No charges had '. ee i broughl
againsl him in connectli n with the
[al  ire of the bank.
i': Itlcii m by neighbors , n I trii odi.
alia accu ��� 1 Kowalski of a share ia
A..-   lownfall of ihe bank, ii  is said,
ivi biln lo suicide. The acme ot
ible   was   reached   lasi   night
' "a . a -:i   lie   had   Itn iwn     tor
.-, oi'...': him on the Btreel and
ii cased him of being respon ibb tor
the  failure  of tiie  hank.
.1-    . lativi -   assert   hal   he  is  innocent of any  misdemeanor,
When the bank failed Kowalski had
$700 of his own money on deposit
there and his immediate relatives had
nearly   $50,000.
The search i'or Paul 0. Stensland.
the missing president of lhe bank,
is extending to all parts of the country.
Cashier Hering who was arrested
yesterday spent today with the state's
atorney examining the bank's collateral.
The forged notes aggregating mere
than $500,000 are in the possession
of the state's attorney.
It  is   asserted   tonight   that   President  Stensland's alleged  defalcations
will amount  to nearly $2,000,000.
Stensland   Bet   on   Races.
Chicago, Aug. 10.���In addition to
the discovery of a prviaie ledger
kept by President Paul O. Stensland,
of the wrecked Milwaukee Avenue
Slate bank, and in which was concealed   a   record   of  $101,000   of  sav
ings banl, deposits, another sensation came to light during the examination ol Cashier Henry \V. Hering
by Assistant sin.. Attorney Olsen at
the banl: last night, This book .showed Stensland ln a new role.   ,
The book showed thai the miss-
In s president, In company with a
c ierie of friends, wns a heavy plung-
 the races, it contained memo-
rand i of a campaign o.i the turf. One
Stensland and his companions
'... , $75,000 to win $60,000 on a horse
called General Bragg. The animal
won. There were lots of losings,
however,  to  offset  this  big winning.
"This shows," said Hering, as he
brought the book from its hiding
place, "ihat I'm not the only fellow
around here that 'followed the
i onies.' "
Authorities   Chary.
The authorities are chary of reposing implicit confides ,w in Hering's
statement that he did not forge the
names on certain notes, and by implication insinuating that Stensland
did.    The reason is this:
For the last two or three years
Stenslan 1 has not been physically
perfect. His nerves have given him
a lot of trouble, and so poor has been
his control of them that his hands
have shaken as If he had the palsy.
Nc wavering penman could do the
high-grade forgery that has been going on.
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Settler Burned Out.
Fielding, Sask., Aug. 10.���The farm
house of D, Stewart, a new settler,
was burned and the contents destroyed  here.    The loss is $1,000.
GENERAL PAREDES
PLANS REVOLUTION
FIFTY-FIVE PEOPLE
INJURED IN WRECK
Tells New  York  Newspaper That  He   Sleeping   Car   and   Day   Coach   Tur
Is  Going to Do   Up b|e Down a Twenty Foot
Castro. Embankment.
Nev; York, Aug. 10.���The Tribune
tomorrow will say that General Antonio Paredes is here to plan a revolution against President Castro .of
Venezuela. "I came here solely on that
mission," said the general yesterday,
"and I am sanguine of its success. I
shall not return until 1 have accomplished the purpose of my visit."
Paredes was military chief at Puerto
Cabello  under President  Andrade.
VARNISH EXPLOSION.      ! SULTAN'S ANATOMY
KILLS FIVE SAILORS        NtEDS SOME FIXING
Hot   Piece   of  Steel   Faas   Into   Paint' Main Guy at Constantinoole Net Able
Pot and  Resu'ts Are
Fatal.
ik'iilin
g with the question.    Mr
Mc-
:  said  that  in  order  to  gel  Uie
'' ! ' Hns year, some substan-
J inducement roust J>e made.   They
London. Aug. 10.���The Times ihis
morning says ir learns that John D.
Rockefeller has furnished funds for
railroad development  in Tanganyika.
Norfolk, Va,, A ig 10 -Five men
v.- .��� : urned to death in the paint
li ��� - on board the torpedo destroyer
Worden here today. While driving
rivets  iu  the  pal'1 I Bj   cue of the
ho' pieces ol steel fell into a quantity ei varnish, causing it to explode.
Hi.A. White ..a.I William H. Wilson
were blown through ihe opening
lending into the pain' lockei and
landed on  deck.
Woman, 104 Years of Age     \
Puts Burglars to Flight
'   ^ster,  N.  Y..  Aug.   10.-A  re-
"   ease  was  held   before  Jus-
!e Benedicl of Brockport this morn-
Th" complainant was Mrs. Mary
i.���,
Halstead charged with burglary in
the firsl degree. On the night of
June 29, Mrs. Dean discovered two
burglars in her home, '.'..ing a wo-
maji of courage she thi'".' B lighted
lamp ai the Intruders and the    fled.
Takes Carbolic Acid.
Delta, tint., Aug. lib���Emma Carrie,
.-.gen1 twenty years, residing in the
vicinity of Phillippsville, Ont., took
lac contents of a five ounce bottle
i i' carbolic acid yesterday, living only
about i ne nud a half hours afterwards.
to Sit Up and  Look
Pleasant.
Vienna. Aug. 111.���According to a
message received here from Constantinople the Sultan's Indisposition
made necessary the calling of today's
Selamlllk. The foreign representatives, who had assembled to witness
the ceremony, withdrew when this
became known, and the troops stationed ;it the spot were dispersed. It ls
reported that ihe Sultan must undergo an operation, and it is believed
he already has done so. This news of
the Sultan's ill-health has awakened
deep Interest here.
Wants B. C. Lumber.
Winnipeg. Mam. Aug. HI.���According to G. Spaltebolz, a German lumber merchant of Dresden who is
here with a view to establishing
trade connection with British Columbia mills as a source of supply, Car
many requires Canadian lumber an i
tin ier In practically unlimited quantities but tariff conditions are un
intlsl   "  ry to i romote li
Resignation Accented.
New York. Aug, 10.���The n
tlon of SjSeymour Baton as Been tary
of the International Policyholders
committee, delivered yesterday, was
Accepted today at a meeting of exevu-
live committee.:    Edgar K. Clark, of
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the newly appointed member of the Interstate
commerce commission has been elected acting secretary.
Dallas, Texas, Aug. 10.���Fifty-five
persons were injured today in an accident on the Forth Worth and Denver City railroad near Fruitland. A
relief train has gone from here carrying physicians. The wreck occurred
on a long curve near Fruitland. The
sleeper and one day coach went down
a twenty foot embankment.
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Coal  Miners Strike.
Halifax, Aug. 10.���One hun.1 red
men at the Strathcona Coal mines,
River Herbert, Cumberland county,
are on strike because the management
in order to offser a reduction in the
pi ice of coal to the Intercolonial railway, cut ten cents a ton off the coal
. utters  today.
Dies on  Board  Ship.
Montreal,  Aug.   10.���Word   reached
the ciiy  tills morning that Aid. C.  B,
Cl v.. .   M.   P,   IV.  died  on  board   the
Ian   lasi   nighl    He
een "  Bome  months,
::. i   a is     i .     home  ft!   the
....
Lyncher Gets 15 Years.
Charlotte, N. c. Aug. 10.���George
Hall was tonighl convicted of conspiracy in connection with the
lynching al Salisbury of the three
negro murderers of the Lyerley family, ani was sentenced to 15 years
in   the  stare   prison.
:l"   years  old.  as  active  n.. ..    .......   ,    ,,,..  .���., ...
' !"1   as   so,,n(i   as   women   half Later  they  were aire-'   I     The ease
'"''    The defendant was Roxy'was adjourned.
Washington, Aug. 10.���The Persian
minister late today received official
notification that the Persian govern-
:,.������.. had issued a decree granting
to ihe people of thai country a national .  semi A
Herman Defeats Yanger.
Indianapolis. Ind., Aug. 10.���Herman
got the decision over Yanger at the
end of a ten round fight. The coalitions of the match were ten rounds,
I ue arm free in clinches. Abe Roller of Chicago was referee. Herman
continued in fighting tactics throughout the conies'. Frequent clinches
ami hard hitting characterized the
lout.
Mount Baker Preforms
a Few Stunts of Its Own
Bellingham. Wash., Aug. 10.���A re-; Washington State university pre-
markable exhibition of volcanic activ- nounces the phenomena extensive and
ity   in   the   form   of    steam    issuing! wonderful.
with a roaring Sound from numerous j Over an area of several acres lu
vents nnd many pools of boiling| the midst of a glacier, says he, ateam
watei   was  discovered   by  the  Mnza- Issues from a thousand vent and boil-
mas on the northeast slope of Mount
Baker. The discovery is entirely
new   and   Professor  Landes    of    the
ing water Is plentiful. As a result
of the intense boat the rocks are bare
for a radius of many miles.
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EJ. THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, AUGUST
H. 1306.
FRIDAY'S MARKET REPORT
Business at the city market was a
little brisker yesterday morning than
i' has been for tbe lasi few- ��, ��ks,
and a large amount of produce ehai g-
cd ban A early in Hie day. Owing
to it being a slack time between busy
seasons with the farmers at present,
a large number of them were in the
ciiy.
There is very little change in the
price of eatables from week to week,
but there is some slight change to
bo nolcd in the supply and demand.
Small fruits are no longer to be seen
on the stalls, while apples are getting to be plentiful. Wild blackberries
are very scarce, the market being almost wholly supplied with cultivated
fruit The demand for plums continues to lie limited, with an increasing supply.
Beef and minion were strong offerings, while lhe demand was quite
equal to ihe OQCaaion. A very strong
demand for lamb was the rule, while
the supply was rather limited. The
demand for pork is steadily rising,
and yesterday's offerings were insufficient io supply ihe needs of the
buyers. Vowl and broilers were noi
plentiful, with a good demand. EggB
were in fair supply, wiih a strong demand.
All   apples   on   the   markel     were
easily disposed of al quotations, while
the early plums were in limited demand, wiili a good supply.
Quotations.
Beef, hind quarter, per lb, 7% to
S%c.
Beef,  fore  quarter,  per  1 .,   V,'��   to
Mutton, per lb 1" to lie.
Lamb, per lb, 12 lo 13c;
Veal, per lb, 9% to 10c.
Pork,   per   lb.,   9%C
Potatoes,  per  ton, $15.
Onions,   per   sack,  $2.
Eggs,  i ( r  dozen. 30c.
Uni ler.   per  lb..  25c  to  Hoc.
Fowl, per dozen, $0.50 to $S.
Broilers, per dozen, $::,50 to $4.50,
Ducks, per dozen, $5.50 to $7.
Blackberries, per crate, $1.25.
Apples, per box, 05c to $1.
Plums, per crate, 50c to GOc.
BRADSTREET'S REPORT.
New York,   Aug.   lO.���Bradstree-ts |
tomorrow will say:
Canadian trade reports are still op.
tfmistic and wheat crop deteriora-
tion in the north west, due to heavy
storms is reported slight. Harvesting
has begun and the grain looks well.
Quietness in country trade, due to
farmers being busy with the crops, is'
reflected in some lines of merchanille
trade but the outlook is good as orders 1!
for shipments of urygoods to the'
nest are very large. Collections are j j
lair to good. The export demand for
dairy products is falling off and the
cheese output is lighter. Hides an.l
leather tend upward. Wholesale
trade at Toronto is good and the reeling is optimistic. Dairy product, receipts are lighter at Winnipeg.
Wholesalers are busy on tail lines
find, there is a heavy demand for harvesting supplies, Wheal, looks well
despite storms. Trade is active in
British Columbia, Indicating brisk
0] eratons in milling aud lumbering.
Failures I liis wee].: number 10, a.s
against 10 last weel; and "2 in this
weel; last year.
AT THE HOTELS.
Guichon���I. U. Pike. Vancouver; C.
C. Marlow. Victoria; .1. it. Fagan. wife
i.ni family, Everett; Mrs. Sawyer.
Everett; Mr. and Mrs. .1. .I. Walker.
Anaoortes; Mrs. c. e, Welsh, .1. Russell, Vancouver; Mr. an i Mrs. F. R
Phillips,   Kingston,   Ont.
Colonial    A.    Fawiie;.,    Ladner;    A.
McKlllop, Vancouver; C, S. Furniss,
Langley; m. Lowman, Mounl Lehman;
James Ryan ami wife. Mount Lehman.
Windsor���Henry Gay, Mounl Ver-
0011: .1. W. Dlckmans, Frank Sharp,
Vancouver; lt. Cm :: nal son,
janglej Prairie; li. Jameson, Mission;
W. .1. Nelson, Agassiz; A. Smith, A.
Barry, Victoria; F.. .1. Hunt, Vancouver.
Depot���-J. Mclsaac, Langley;  Prank
Smith. Hazelmere: A. Fletcher,
Whonnock: .1. Haldi, E, Milton, Langley.
Cosmopolitan���J,   A.   Calder,    Fort
���ngley; M. McDonald, Barnet; James
I'hite.  Millside;   Tlninia* .'ianl'oi'd,   R,
HcOwens, l'ort  Moody.
���XOllflCCCOXCCOXCCCOI^CCC*
GIVE   YOCR   CHILDREN
iNEMO
J*!   AND WATCH  THEM   GROW.    ��
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JOHNSTON'S
Big   Shoe   House
Men's Shoes
(* Tr*!***'.      (ViA^^krS
This $4.00 Geo. A.
Slater's I n vincible
Shoe, Now���
$2.50
Men's $5.50 Boots for
$3.50
Men's 4.50 Boots for
$3.00
*
Men's $3.50 Boots for
$2.50
Men's $2.50 Boots for
$1.95
Men's $1.75 Canvas Boots
Ladies' Oxfords,
$1.00 and $1.25
Pair
Ladies' Shoes
Our $5.50 Tan Boot for
$3.50
Ladies' $4.50 Russia Calf Lace Boots'for $2.50
Ladies' 3.50 Chocolate Kid Oxfords, American
Made, for 2.50
Ladies' 2.75 Chocolate Oxfords, American Made,
forl.95
Ladies' 2.00 Black Kid Low Shoes for 1.25
Men's Canvas Boots, Pair
95c
Ladies' 1.75 Black Kid Low Shoes for 1.00; Misses' 1.50 Shop Slippers, sizes 11 to 2, %C
Misses 2.25 Tan School Boots, sizes 11 to 2, 1#50; Child's 1.50 and 1.25 Slippers and Oxfords, sizes 8
to 10 1-2,95c; Child's 1.00 and 1.15 Slippers and Oxfords, sizes, 5 to 7 1-2, 50c.
The Great Shoe Sale Still Bo amin
We Make the Prices and the
Prices Make the Business
We'll Never Be Too Busy Too Wait on You--No Regrets After Wing ire
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Johnston's mlshoe '���
SATU
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RDAY, AUGUST 11, 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
DON'T  BUY;
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RISING   SUN   FLOUR
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v/ith a feeling <?/" uncertainty. This Flour is made from the test selected hard wheat hy people who
CT TXT c r\J business and who stake their experience and reputation on every hag of RISING
bUJN   rLUUR that they turn out.     Every hag is positively guaranteed. It is the money hack Flour.
I
For   Sale   by   all   Gijcers.
THE    WESTERN
CALGARY,   ALBERTA
P.    G.     DAWSON,     Agent,     145     Hastings     Street     West,     Vancouver j
Manufactured   and   Guaranteed   by
MILLING    CO.,    LTD.
| cTT A PERFECT SET
J OF TEETH FOR
FORM GRAND LODGE
FOK SASKATCHEWAN
ACCIDENT  AT  CALGARY.
M e n
ne
Free Masons Gather in Great strength
in   the   City   of
Regina.
Scaffold    Falls   and    Foe
Seriously   Injured-
Dies.
i a - lug.   LO.���Abo U    :
esterda)       I   rnoon      ���    rhe
We guarantee them to tit beautifully and to
be the equal of the best set of teeth you ever saw
(.listing twice as much. Our mechanical experts
are men of long experience (we employ no others)
and their work is the best known to the Dental
Profession.
��� ul'.  ,:.   ��� i school, now In com se i !
��� '.   'ion   liere��  a  scaffold  g ive   way,
reel Itating the  foreman   ind   three
R gina, Sask., Aug. 10.���Tbe Masons  other men to the ground, a distance
..I   the  province  gathered   in   Regina of forty feet.   The Injured are Angus
i'.  gre ���   strength  for the pur-  McDonald, hack broken;  John    Brls-
. -���    il forming Saskatchewan Grand   tow,  nol   expected    to    live;    David
Igi   A.  F.  &  A.  M.    The  number  Hoare, seriously hurt, and John Roy,
(.:   delegates   in   attendance   far   ex-   foreman,   slightly   hurt.    Ambulances
���. led   all   expectations ,   no   fewer  were at once called and the   injured
iIran  twenty-five  lodges  being  repre-   were  taken   to   the   Holy   Cross  hos-
sented   on*,   of   a   total     of     twenty-   pital,   where  Drs.  Gordon,  Cummings
elghl   In   the   province.     Represents-  and Gow are attending to them.
tiye   are  here    from    almost     every      John Bristow struck his head en a
province  in   the   Dominion,  including  large stone, and is in a very precar-
Rt. Worthy Bro. .Morris of Prince Ed-  i0u8 condition. Foreman John Roy was
ward Island:  Most  Worthy Bros. Mc   rot much hurt and was able to walk.
Kechnie  and   Jas.   A.   Ovas  of   Muni-   The  four   men   are  stonemasons  and
toi.a, and others. were pointing the stone while stand-
The following Grand Lodge officers   ing  on  a   painters'  scaffold   suspend-
were installed  with  all  ceremony  by i ed.   from   iron   hooks.    One    of    the
the grand master and grand secretary j hooks,   which   was  only   three-eights
ol   the   Grand   Loxlge   of 'Manitoba: (iron, straightened out with the com-
Grand master, H. H. Caanpkin, Indian   bined   weight.    All   four   were    mar-j
Head; deputy grand master, O. David-j/ried.
hall and the balani e had
outside. The chii       isiness t'als
n;   ,-as to registei th      en   m -
loon the offlcei s I oth of Ama ���
1   an I   Brotherhoo 1  1.   1   regis-
n  I le Ir   roll   li: een   hundred
,,,  .    u 1   nini   men.    The men ask a flat
'   ate
OAS OVERCOMES MAN
Al HE DIES IN WELL
of thirty-five cents an hour.
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Bad Management and Fraud.
London, Aug. 9.���The war office has
issued  the  reporl   of the royal commission   which  was  appointed  to in-
i vestigate   the   South     African     war
Btoree   scandals.    While  the    report1
acquits the British commissioned of-
i ficers concerned of the worst charges
David   Butchart   of   South   Vancouvei
Meets  Death   in  a  Peculiar
Manner.
While digging a well at the South
Vancouver .-.-hool house yesterday
morning David Butchart, a workman
\uout fifty years old, was overcome
y gas, and before he was taken out
��� '' the well he was Tlead.
Butchart     and     another     workman
were engaged  on the work and  But-
corruption, it finds that the losses, j cllart  waa  working  about  thirty  feet
equalling  about   $5,000,000   were  due j down the welli wnile the workman at
rather to grave mismanagement and :
Incompetency than to fraud. The
commission criticizes several officers
and public servants and charges a
number of non-commissioned officer's
with receiving bribes. lt declares
that the errors were due to deplorable and complete want of co-operation and the divorce of interests between   the   different   departments   of
the top was carrying away the earth
as it was sent to the surface. When
BUtchart failed to send up any earth
the man at the top of the well be-
came frightened and looked down.
He saw Butchart lying on tbe bottom of the well, and Instead of getting a rope and going down he ran
to several houses and notified the inmates that  Butchart was at the bot-
Other prices worth coming miles to profit by
Gold Filling .... $1.00
Platina Filling . . . $1.00
Silver Filling ....     50c
Gold Crowns .... $5.00
Bridge Work (��&) $5.00
Set of Teeth  .  . . $5.00
Consultation and Examination Free of^Charge.
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee.
m ii. Prince Albert; grand senior warden, Harold Jagger, Moosejaw; grand
junior ward��&, Rev. W. B. Tait, Qu'-
', . 11. : g^and treasurer, A. Sheppard,
Regina; grand secretary. Dr. J. M.
.-'.,. . Regina; grand registrar, Bro.
A S. .Smith, Moosomln; grand cbap-
|  lain,  Rev.  Edward   Matheson,  Battle
��� ':��� *    .
'. hi province was divided Into seven
districts, with the following district.
deputy grand masters over each:
Prince Albert; Right Worthy Brother Geo. Will.
Regina, Right Worthy Brother Sergeant Forbes.
Moose Jaw, Brother W. B, Wil-
loughby.
Qu'Appelle, Right Worthy Brother
Partridge.
Saskatoon. Right Worthy Brother
Rutherford.
Alameda, Right Worthy Brother W.
B.   Elliott
Battleford,   Right   Worthy
Warwick.
A later dispatch says that John
Biiston, one of men injured, died last
evening without recovering consciousness. He le.ives a wife and three
children. Angus MacDonald is still
alive, but little hope is held out for
his recover-..
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Automobile Tragedy.
New York, Aug. 9,���Two ,-haffeurs
.... killed, two injured and two oilier persons who were in tbe machine
escaped injury when a new racing car
plunged Into a loaded farm wagon
near the Winfield crossing of the
Long Island railway in Queensbor-
ough tonight The car is said to
have heen running at not less than
fifty miles an hour.
the war office. The army service tom of lhe we��� Several people gath-
corps is declared to have heen ut-j ered ,iml .,��� were afrala to g0 down
terly wanting in business training and j the we)]| an(, a meBBage was sent to
experience, L)1    x   AUerl|  who iiveH  ab0ut   two
 o  I miles away.    Dr. Allen at once went
Drowns   in   Spring. ! to the  scene and  as soon as  he  got
Nanaimo, Aug.  10.���On  Sunday af
ternoon about 4 o'clock the body of
HectOl McKenzie. who resided on a
ranch five miles from Alberni. was
found by his neighbors, his head being under water in a spring on his
place. From lhe conditions under
which the body was found it is
thi ught ihat one of his horses, a
. im, animal, had kicked him and
"nad caused him to fall in an uncon-
scious condition, His head fell into
ih. spring, and he died from drowning. McKenzie lived alone, and was
seventy  years of age.
Toronto Carpenters  Strike.
li roato, Aug. 'J.���Rarely have men
,;espoui|eJ to lhe order to strike with
Bi   ther   the  alarcity  which  characterized  the
carpenters  here  this  morning.   Short-
Police Raid Broker's Shop.
New York. Aug. 10.���The police today   raided   four   stoekbrokerage    es-
t.K.l.shments  here  and   arrested   four
there took a rope and was lowered
into tlie well. He grasped Butcharl's
body and was pulled to the surface,
:--.it the old man was dead. The body
was removed to the home on Knight's
mal and Coroner McGuigan was
notified, bu; it is not likely that an
Inquest   will  he  held.
Dr. Allen staled this afternoon that
it was too bad the accident had happened, as Butchart could have been
saved if someone had gone down the
well and pulled him to the surface.
Butchart has a son iu Victoria, who
was notified of the accident.
The workmen had struck a stone ii
the bottom of the well, and befcre
leaving last evening lighted a iir>
on it to crack it, and it was at first
supposed thai lhe gas was cause 1
! by   ihe   l'lie,   but.  Dr.  Allen   does  not
The Boston Dentists, li
Hou 6 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remember the Place
407   Hastings   St. W.,   Vancouver
Greal   Interest   ami   enthusiasm   is
:(eing Shows  in  the  proceedings,  hast
'   .'ling  the   visiting  delegates   were
,  ,���.   taine I  by  the  Masons at an ela-
h   Bmoking  conceit   which   prov-
i every   .va;   a sue ess as gri al
i ii. ���   pi .Tee Hags.
ly after 8 o'clock strikers began to
gather, and before It o"clock over fifteen hundred men had assembled In
'.'tout oi the Labor temple, , loci Ing
ter a timi even the strei , :ai service. A.1 i' (.'clock ;'������ ������' '��� mdred
men  hat   i I .w.led  Into th"  at  i
men  charged with failure to register   think  that  was the case.    He thinks
a  co-partnership.    One of tlie offices  n   was  Bewer   gas   thai   caused    the
raided is alleged to be that  of John I accident.
A   Foardman  *;  Co.. of  Philadelphia,   , .
Those   anested   were wiiiiam   i   Tide Table   Fraser River
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacture* and Dealer* in All Kindt of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
^el��phone 12. New Westminster.
Plug  Chewing
Tobacco
10c per cut
Lilas, clerk; Geo. .I. Turner, broker;
Fri derlck Bloomfleld and Jami -
Stocltwell. Several men and women
... bo we ������' found in the establish
���.:. nis were subponead t.. appear
Goes  Back for Trial.
Vug.   10, no ob-
je :tlon i . ��� ������ lltion, Clint, n u,
Wn '    ������. '  ay    afternoon    '��� ���
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For the week ending Augusl li
1906,
NEW   WESTMINSTER
High
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$126 00 '   Thi:.- la;
Fridaj
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will Btand '.rial for Bteallnf
from the Onion Trust.
Edmonton  Clearances.
Edmonton, Alta., Aug. 9,���The Edmonton clearing house returns for lhe
week ending today amounted to $72t'..-
954.39. This is the fo irth week the
. tearing has been in operation.
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Shea Wins.
Chicago. 111., Aug. IL���Cornelius P.
Shea, of Boston, was today unanimously re-elected presldenl of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
The entire ticket a.s slated by Sheu
<vas elected.
Saturday
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7.25
20.50
8.25
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9 25
21.65
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THE DAILY NEWS
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iffices corner of Sixth aud Front
ntreets, New Westminster, 13. C.
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SATURDAY,   AUGUST   11,   1906.
THE DAILV NEWS
SATURDAY, AUGU3T 11, 1So,
civilization; today all nations look
upon her as one of the world's greatest [lowers. The Japanese themselves
are proud of this remarkable achievement, to be sure; but it embarrasses
them not a little to be told by foreign critics that their country is 'the
object lesson of national efficiency,'
as Lord Rosehery, in his foreword
tu Mr. Alfred Stead's 'Great Japan.'
puts it. We of Japan do not consider ourselves so efficient as Lord
Rosehery or Mr. Stead thinks we are.
We are aware of party strifes and
factitious rivalry which from time to
time hinder the execution of our
urgent, vital work; we know of cabinet members who abuse their official
positions to fatten their purses by
speculation or other dishonorable
means; we have plenty of petty
'grafts' that curse our municipal administration: we never forget those
unscrupulous contractors, who, during the war with China, supplied our
soldiers at the front with beef or
ham canned together with horse meat
and other adulterated stuffs���with
even gravel I In face of all this
knowledge, we cannot help flushing
when we hear Mr. Stead laud us in
such  glowing terms.
for the securing of fish, it may be
taken for granted that if it can fill
quite or almost to irs capacity, the
other hatcheries will have no difficulty in  filling up.
and in this I gladly and prom PU'S
lew his example"
fol-
W. R. Gilley. 'fnone ttt-2.
J. R. Gniey, '[-none 141
The Chilliwack Progress i.s advising
it- readers to look at the proposals
of the B. C. E. R. from all sides he-
fore coining to a decision as to the
granting of the franchise asked for.
I; is quite Impartial and wants the
due-sided man t > "get busy lubricating his other side." Might A be suggested that "sofl talks" are recommended on very high authority as
good   lubricating   material.
Imperial    officers    purchasing   *.   v'
airy   horses  in   Alberta,  are  meef.'r., -
with little success, as the prices the/
offer are no'  high  enough   1.)  bi cure
the   class   of   horses   they   iced.     A
few year   igo, confident    predictions
were  made tha:   the trolley  and  thej
auto  would  bring the  price  of horseflesh down by the run; hut it appears
tbat it is rising.   The mining demand '
ir   British  Columbia and  the  Yukon
is said to have been    a considerable
factor n raising the price in Alberta.]
Can we not raise our own horses?
AN   HONEST  STATEMENT.
Japan has been held up a.s a model
for the imitation of western nations
since her achievements in the war
with Russia astonished lhe world. Not
only the high state of efficiency to
which her fighting forces had been
brought, but the humane way in which
the war was conducted���a tiger fierceness in the field throwing into sharp
contrast the good treatment of the
prisoners, and the respect shown lo
the bodies of the dead���called forth
the  plaudits  of the  civilized  nations.
The feeling evoked has found expression in concrete and permanent
lor in a hook written hy Alfred
Stead, wilh a preface by Lord Rose-
berry, and it. will not. certainly diminish the respect felt for Japan as a
nation that one of her writers has objected to the hook on the ground
thai his country is over praised. He
says:
To rise in  a  bound  from  the rank |
of 'yellow monkeys' to the position of
a  great   power   is   certainly   a   most
prodigious   feat;   yet   this   Is,     in   aj
sense, what Japan has accomplished.!
Only yesterday she was regarded, at
least   by   the   Russians,   a   a   'yellow
monkey'   with   hut   a  thin   veneer  ofI
Australians are making a harvest
out of the Chicago packing house revelations. They are credited with an
export of five million frozen rabbits
in the past six months. This is stated  as  a cold  fact.
Aldermen   come   in   for   hard   rubs
sometimes,   hut   about   the   worst   we
have   seen   is   the   advice   given     to
those   of  Winnipeg   by  one  of   their
papers.   They have a new Incinerator
plant and it suggests that the citizens
would   he glad  to  see the  Alderman'
test it  hy getting up  the fire to the I
hottest   possible  point���and  then go-|
ing  through  it  themselves!
A London special correspondent predicts the early coming of "home rule"
not for Ireland specially, but for
every member of the British empire.
He sees signs of a growing desire to
have each unit of the United Kingdom
manage its own affairs, with an "imperial parliament" having colonial as
well as old country representatives
among its members. The upsetting
of many time honored traditions of
the House of Commons by the late I
British elections is one of the things I
which seem to be preparing the way
for such a change of system as the
correspondent  forecasts.
A joint committee of the Imperial |
Lords and Commons has issued a re-1
port on Sunday trading, it recommends a more rigid enforcement of
the law in order to protect those
who are now virtually compelled to
work  on  Sundav.
There is, a solicitor in a staid old
Scottish town who, according to a
Glasgow paper, could give cards an 1
spades to some of the "office hogs" on
this side of the water and beat them
out of sight at that. He is clerk to
three local public bodies, amj solicitor
to six, and holds several other offices, besides being the head of a
firm with a large private practice. His
son is his deputy in one of these
public positions and holds another,
on his own account. The sal ir! -s and i
fees of these public offices run toi
something like $12,000 to $15,000 a
year. And yet some folk talk as ir
they were a slow lor in the old coun-
try.
The fact that the Seun lake hatchery had about 5,000 sockeyes "in the
pen" a week ago, seems to show thut
there need be no uneasiness as to
the sufficient stocking of the spawning grounds (luring the present season. In '1)3 and '94 only about 1,000
fish were secured by the hatchery people at ihat point for the entire season. A haul of 5,000 so early in the
.season ought to mean a total of three
or four times that number for Hie
whole run; and as this hatchery is
lhe   worst   situated   in   the   Province
Harper's Weekly tells a good sermon story. A certain professor, by
way of training his students to "think
on their legs" used to send them into
the pulpit with a sealed envelope containing the text from whicli they
vere to preach. One student on opening his envelope read;
"Apply the story of Zaccheus to
your own circumstances and your
call to the ministry." The student,
cleverly enough, delivered himself of
the following: "Brethren, rhe subject,
on which I address you is 11 comparison between Zaccheus and myself,
with reference to my qualifications
for the pulpit, Tlie lirsi thing we
road of Zaccheus is that he was small
of stature. I never felt so small as
I do now. In the second place, we
read that. Zaccheus was up a tree,
which is very much my position at
present. Thirdly, it is related that
Zaccheus  made  basic  to  come down,
The Victoria Times seems '���. have
settled down to the conviction that
there is to be a general election as
soon as the arrangements of the government are complete. It feels ci .-
lain that the premiei did a whole lot
... preparatory work when he was
"ascertaining the needs of the electorate, at tlie public expense during his
recent touring of the province; and
that long before 'he snow ilie-. the
country will he called upon lo elect
a new legislature. . .Mr.. Hawthornthwaite, on the other hand, declares
that the election is off. The government intended to spring it. all right.
enough, but he spoiled Iheir little
game by getting the socialists into
line, and ready for the fray. Certainly the McBride combination and
/the Hawthornthwaite combination
are having a "high old tine;" bul
what about the interests an! the reputation of the Province?
FOR RENT���I.arge, well lighted room,
suitable for an office. Apply to
Chas. G. Major.
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers ia
.'.'*���
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
A.'so agents B. C. fottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
LocaJ agents Vancouver Fo rtland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-b
Lime
Juice,
Bathing
etc.
AT
RYALI/S
Drug   Store
Public Notice!
The annual genera] meet*
ing of the shareholders (f
the New Westminster Southern Railway Company will
beheld at the offices oi the
V. W. & Y. in Vancouver at
10 o'clock A. M. on Wedi ���
day, the .5th day of September, 1906.
T. L TRAP!',
Secretary,
Cord wood
For Sale
Well-seasoned Pine C i !-
wood; could deliver on sow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
Hammond.
Wanted���Clothing     saleso m
minster Clothing Co,
Win $150 in Gold!
Reichenbach  Company,  Limited
PRIZE
CONTEST!
Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 90S
First Prize $50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 1906,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
Reichenbach  Co.,  Ltd.
Columbia Street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
New Westminster SATUR��AV. AUGUST H
1906.
THE DAILV  NEWS
THE CASH STORE
Local News Briefly Told [ 20 Per Cent Discount
Even Now
���in ihe early par of August.���wci are prepared to .how yon many
lines of goods that you'll want tor full and winter���we've already opened up thirty-five cases and hah-s of new merchandise
representing the output of large Eastern, ai well as old country
wholesalers���one large shipment���direct from the manufacturers in
Manchester, England���thus we ensure tor you nol only correct.
gtyle  in  goods   hut   values���nol to  be surpassed In the Province.
See Our Window Display of New
Fall Dress Goods
Startling Reductions
On Summer Goods of All Kinds
$2.50 Wash Suits
Suits that a tew weeks ag > wei i conslde    i   quite  reasonable    at
l'S:'i io V 10;   col  rs  I -thr, and  sizes well assorted are now going
.$2.50
$5.25 Wash Suits
Many good���really good suits of organdy, cotton panama and
popular wash goods; well made���.md nlcelj trimmed wiih Insertion,
etc.; suits that  were $6.50, $7."..   ..ni $9.00,   ire aow going a'      $5.25
15c Table
A ipeclal table Is levoted to th.- .lis;.!. .��� Ginghams, Chambrays
and Challies���whose former prices wer ��� 20c and 25c ;: : I . bul which
are now going at    15c
Remnant Table
remnants com.' In tor special attention just  now���we    In;  n'i
v.���:;. many because they're so cheap���thai   people buy readily���still
lere are some and more are   added daily as goods are cut down.
287 Columbia St., New Westminster, 5, C.
Come In and see our assortment of the famous
Eaton-Hurlbut
Stationery
which arrived a short time ago.     ^. -   . ,,\
It Ih swell. fcP? E    /
J. I. MACKAY & CO., fEiS
BOOKStUCRS AND SIAIIONfRS
Fhone  157.
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DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!     |
Largest Stock in the City.
Mounted    in  any   Style    you  Desire {
Come and Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jewtltr, Cokrahia St.
The highest temperature recorded
iu x. v vV'esi: .ii. ���'���"' ;��� eaterd ly wa -
7;. degrees a ove zero.
The official weather prophet at Vic-1
toria   - ij -  the  weather will be fair
and  warm today and Sunday.
I
The  city   band   gave  Mi  enjo; ible
concert  last evening at   the    Albert
Crescent   hefore  a   large   and   appreciative gathering.
Gilley  Bros.'  pile driver was taken
to Mud hay and the Serpentine river
yesterday,  where it will  he used  tor
driving   idles   for   the   retention     of'
logs.
.1. K. Fader, of the steamer Royal
City, was informed yesterday tha: his
wife had given birth to a daughter
a*, the Victoria hospital. Both mother and child are doing well.
.1. H. Doyle, an individual with
strong h ��bo characteristics, wa- taken
In  .A   ge  by  the city  police yester-
��� :      veiling   while  in' a  state  of  in-
Icatlon.   He will be charged in the
police court this morning with '.living,
been drunk and In  ...  le,
<   At'      Ml      ll   A.       .    ��� ll]      ' .,       0
��� ������ terday afternoon to ac: i .- pe i
' u aker i'i       lispute which had arisen
��� etween   oni    ...   the   swam]    worn i.
.-.. I a visitor.    After listening to ihe
... of the trou ..... ivis-
o.i  the ;i. in I    ... tl     elf scarce
iund thos    i,i ir era, an I saw I    II
'har  his ad' Ice  '.ras toll i ���    :
The two boys who esi ape 1 fr .m the
Ji -Alio Industrial school - \\ - lnes-
.:.,y afternoon wor.' captured the
provincial police at Eburne yestei   i
ternoon, The boys had be n hiding most of the time since bej got!
away from the school, but as 'he
police had heen watching the places
where they were known to
friends, their capl re was only a mat-
tl :   of  lime.
The Siwash Btrlke on the steamers
Ramona and Beaver Is still on.   Both
these   steamers   are   obliged   to   employ longshoremen to load and unload .
the  boats,  these  men  being  paid  by
the hour.    Al  chilliwack it is Impossible to employ help of any kin.!, and
for  the   last   two   .lays,   the   captain.
crew and cook have been obliged  to
acl   as   deckhands   and   unload    the'
l.oats.     Meanwhile   the   Indian   deck-;
hands  are  walking around    the    city1
celebrating the  victor;,    which    they
believe Is coming their  way, In   lue
and fitting style.
The has... ill match this afternoon
between the rival cigar factories ol
the citj promises to be an interesting
spectacle. The Beavers are verj much
In earnest, and that thej Intend to
: a ke things hoi around the di tmo
!���;   prove 1   by   the   tai     that,     -   SO  a
....  tb ne  was an inged,    all  tl e
players organize I a mul ial ��� Ick I ene-
fit club for the i        coming to
tht  al 1 of   hoi ���   players wh . ���will    ���
.. ible :   in  to lay's  g ime     All  : '
ers who have to be carried h ime on
a stretcher wlll ''���'��� ei tl led I i $10 a
week until the;   are a le to return to
work once more.
lt. .1.  Roach, [6c il manager of the
it.  c,   Telephone  i ompanj.   wm  ap-
I reached yesterday by .1. A, Lee, who
i
made a complaint to bun aboul  tm.
telephone service on the ground laid
iui by hlm before the hoard of trade'
on Wednesday evening. Mr. Lee
pointed oul thai there was often unnecessary delay in answering calls
. nd In ringing off, and also com-
.plained thai the equipment was not
to li" classed among the mosi up to
late In the world. A. E. White also:
... Mr. Boach and transmitted to
bim the resolution formulated al the
n. riiiiT Mr Roach will lay the mat-
lor before his superiors al the head
office In Vancouver, from where the
. in cessary changes, if any, wlll be
made.
ni irest hydrant  from    which    water'
could   be   obtained   was     1,000    feet
.. .  .   but   it   was   thought   tha:   the
, i tnes could  I e kepi    tack  by    the
ard of works men without having,
to use the hose.
Farmer   Gets   a   Shock.
One   of  the  farmers  at'ending  the
weekly market yesterday morning received   a   severe   shock   ahout   noon
when he went to hitch up his horse
and found that valuable animal miss- j
ing.    He at once jumped to the conclusion that the temptation had been I
too great for some one, and without;
any loss of time he notified the police.     Before   a   posse   could   be   or- ]
ganized   to go out  iu   pursuit of the |
horse rustler, it was discovered that
another farmer who had purchased a
horse  a*   T.  .1.  Trapp's auction  sale
had   taken  the  wrong horse  by  mistake.    Mutual  explanations  followed,
and   an   adjournment   to   the   Lytton
hotel closed the Incident.
 o	
Shooting Case. "
The shooting case In which the
principals are W. Davidson, of Blaine.
and James Austin, received a preliminary hearing in the district court
yesterday afternoon. After hearing
the evidence. Captain Pittendrigh ordered the defendant, Austin, to ap-
i efore the nexl i mrl i f com-
:.��� juris llcti ��n. Ausl in was al-
1 iwed oul on $1,000 bail, two sureties
. . 5250 each, an.l personal recognizance of $500. The evidence in tlie
'��� ise i^ verj slight, all ough Austin
admits discharging the gun, there is
no evidence that lie fired towards
Davidson. H. 1. Edmonds appeared
for Austin, while Davidson was represented by VS. G-. McQuarrie.
Makes a Big Saving When Buying Furniture
For instance:
$i.50 good values Iron Bed for    $3.60
Elegant Solid Oak Rocker, cobbler seat, bargain at $3.50, for...$2.80
Parlor Furniture Is equally low ia price.   We have a splendid line
o! Upholstered Goods and are oure to please you.    It will pay you
{    to see our line.    These special  prices  will  not last long,  so  pur-   j
chase now for cash and save something.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
Dupont Block. Telephone 73.
^����:oxco��:������:o^
i a
Reduced Prices
-ON-
Ladies' Blouses and
Shirtwaist Suits
The  White House
a
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1  A. J. BIRTCH.
275 Columbia St. |
CHURCH SERVICES.
Queen's Avenue Methodist���Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday
'. al 2:30 p. m. In the absence of
the pastor, the pulpit will he occupied by the Rev. Chas. Ladner, of
Vancouver.
West Presbyterian Church���Rev. T.
Wardlaw Taylor, M. A., Ph. D, minis: er. Services at 11 a. ni. and 7 p.
m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. ni.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at S p.
m. Morning subject, "The Progress
of the World." Evening subject,
"Security."
Reformed Episcopal Church���Divine
worship at 11 a. m. and 7 p, m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p. in. All are
welcome.    Pastor, Rev. A. deB. Owen.
West; End Methodist���Rev. A. J.
Brace, pastor���Services 11 a. m. and
7 p. m. Morning subject "Lost at
Home." Evening, the sixth address
In the series on the Kingdom of God.
' Problem of Ignorance" from the
parable  of  the  Silen1   Seol  Growth,
HG! FOR
Pitt Lake!
The Steamer Ramona wil]
leave Brackman-Ker wharf at 10
a. m. on
Monday Next, 13th inst.,
for Pitt Lake, returning will
reach New Westminster at (i
p. m. Don't fail to see the noted
Bridal Veil Falls and Echo Mountain. Basket picnic, although
limited number of meals can be
served.
TICKETS  75c
On sale at offlce of P. J. HART
.v. Co.,  Limited.
:���: ;���'
Special Clearance
Sale of Shirts
Our regular good
values ��� $1.25, $1.50
and $2.00���to clear the
store,
50c
Sizes 14J to 17i
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
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Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple  and Coconut Cream.
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Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer* In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Game In Season
W�� ��/./,��., to all part, of th* Cuy.    Telephone 40.    P. O. Box 72.
Front Street,
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^'"WlMUaws^^
Fighting  Bush  Fires.
The bush firos In the west emi of
the city are still creeping on and
yesterday men had to be kept, all day
fighting the flumes to prevent their
reaching the house* in the vicinity.
The greatest danger was from a flre
raging on Fourteenth street, between
Seventh and Eighth avenues. Flre
Chief Watson went out early In the
<lay and ' directed operations lor a
time. Owing to the distance from
the flre halls, the chief did not think
It wise to order the brigade out to
fight the fire, as a long delay would
necossarlly occur If any flre broke
out In the city.
Several men, under the guidance of
Superintendent Fumelfl, of the boird
'of works, were left. In charge of the
Eire, with Instructions to report pro-
[gross to the chief of the fire depart-
men! during the evening, A wagon
load of hose wns i epl In readiness al
No.  2 hall during the  night, to be
. nl   out at  a mlnu'e's notice.    Tho
BLAINE CARNIVAL
A   WEEK   OE   ATTRACTIONS
COMMENCING MONDAY, AUG.
CLOSING   SATURDAY,   25th
20 i
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   |
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THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, AUGUST n, 190|
condensed sTOBiEs.      all over��� house.   EMERSON'S DRY DOCKlGrand Trunk Ry.
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How    Led   Palmerston   Squelched   a
Youthful   AnWoyer.
When the late Lord Pali lerston,
who had a  i. ������ n ���- nse of humor,
Brr-t pul ��� v   ...    . mi ntarv
n presi nt: erti I had
iiu I;. elf to the elect
ors in the - ner al an   ilie
mei i. -        ly i  it of his
teem a a inti plal     ra and re-
Snested pen ii   ion to ..- k his lot l-
ttip some...
The aud e    e .  ���;-. ivre :    ���;      ;. I
tstounded i : his impudi nc . b 11 e
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The   Ret*r.vatiort  of  Skii-ts  That   Havt
Becorr.c  Shabby.
When n walking skirt commence;
to look shabby or. indeed, any skirt.
for that matter,] ai A; out of doors,
first of all, to nir thoroughly, then
carefully remove every stain and cut
off the worn binding around the
bottom edge. I. ti;.' waistband i-
pullo.i ... : iui i. pinning 01
the skirl is i ommem ing to "pull
up" because ii..- band i> a little
tight remove tA:t. t..... vi ry carefully. Now hang out of doors until
the spoi .��� I . remove stains) has
dried, �� hen the skirt may I..' given
ii new binding around the bottom, a
new waistband, letting out a little
of tho fullness irom the plaits at the
back :;ii! replacing all hooks ami
eye- thai are necessary, (live tlie
skirl h thorough pressing, using a
warm, nol ;; hot, Ratiron and diking
plci:*.. . E time. Press on tlio wrong
side >".��� lay a damp cloth on the right
s:<!.. and iron liii it dries, Hang up
for twenty-four hours before wearing, as any wrinJ les tl ..; are made
in il i efore it is thon ughly dry an
ap1 to : -:.;;.::i in the g iods. A skirl
fixed i;; i' way is ��� ,....! to a new
one.���!.-...--.-A-.-: i r.
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
'AND NOW, YOt'NO MAN, MAY I Ahli YOU A
l,.l ESTION?"
veteran statesman showed neither
anno ..; e, surprise nor contempt.
Coolly, quii tly and clearly he an-
Bwered question after question till
Iho mftlnperl querist appeared satis-
lieil.
"A'id now, young man," snid
Palmerston, "mar 1 he allowed to
nsk \ on a qmesf ion A'
"(.'h. certainly, my lord; most certainly.'' replied the unsuspecting
rati chist���"anything you please."
''Thank you. Then may I inquire
dor's your mother know you're out?"
asked his lordship gravely, and the
ytnith made a hasty exit amid roars
nf laughter.���New York News.
He Hsd  Heard That Name.
The stagecoach that carries the
mail'between Kent's Hill und Read-
Hold station in Maine drew up nJong
the roadside, and the driver accosted a little old man working in a
field.���
"Do you know who Mrs. Abby B.
Frown is iiini where she lives?"
The old man considered. "Brown,
Abby 11. Brown?" he repeated
"You don't men i Mrs. Polly Brown,
do vou':"
"No; Mrs. Abby B.Brown. We've
got ii letter for Ar."
"H.. you say thc middle loiter is
B, do you? I know a whole lot of
Browns thai live on the other side
vi thc road, bol there am't any
Abby B. among them, You don't
mean Abby B. S; lith, do \....i ? She
lives over"���
"Xo: it's Abby B. Brown. We'll
find il som< how.   Thank.-."
Th" -in-.' driver started his horsn,
but before 'ho corner was reached a
faint "Hollo!" caused the passen-
L'ors io turn around. Tho old man,
hoe in 1 :oi I. was pursuing the stage.
"Brown, Mrs. Abby B. Brown,
did you aai ? Why, I know her.
She's.my wife.'V-Pittsbr.rg Press,
Not Addition.
An editor was tali.ing about tho
late Lewis Cum !. author of "Alice
In Wonderland," "Th.. Hunting ...
tho Shark" und man ' other delecta-
.        'At-.
'"��� .'��� > A -: !]," ho - id, "v , - a
mail enwti   an,  bul  h d  was
i-": ��� . ��� ��� ��� I crotch ty . ��� the
mil -i    nf .,.,,.! i ;Uns   v.- tally
are.
"1 - ace ; n   . .i  the
normal matin la-. ... liki <] po
etry,     lie  gi . ,.'-;���
ah- .   poetry wilh un insl r in
'���'A i oi. u i ertain ..... ion.
and. his ar . ,.i ... | . he gave
the instrui i ir Tennvson's 'Charge
of the Lighl Brignde,"to road.
" 'There, rcud Hint,1 he -aid, 'and
if you don't lind il. full of beauty
I'll give in.'
" l'l..' instrui tor sneered, looked
st tin- page and began to read:
" 'Half ii league, half a league,
half a league'���
"Tin.n ho threw down the book.
" '"' 'ho fi ol means a league uud
n half,' he snorted, 'why the deuce
can't ho sny ro?'"
His  Acnoun;   Book.
Jefferson Ds Angelis, still starring
in 'Tanlaii.-.," has ,i tiny nephew
who is inclined to he u bit of a
spendthrift. In an effort to check
the boy's extravagance Mr. De Angelis recently gave him u dime with
the advico Ihat hereafter he keep
an a.-cant of his expenditures,
Thi.3 is the account:
May r,, got vi cents  w-.
May ii. spent 0 cents    ��c.
Uuy i, ii. ni Uiu other Dc  J
Shell tin i". leaving in
ti". ral r for b i uti - or until
tho t ' lip ��� . y. Shake in
a towel ami spn ad : ibe sun foi
a;, hour to gi ; ��� A I y dry. Put
tin ���:; int . ;: I A.A-. j an, st i ri'inu' up
���well with a tcaspo iful .A melted
butter. Set tho ; un in an oven
when the nuts are ��������� '. coated with
the butter and A. ; very lightly,
stirvi::... oft ra to cool them evenly.
Turn into a colander, sift fine salt
over them ar.d shake and toss gently to free them of surplus salt and
butter.   Keep in a cool place.
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
j [Ship and. Scow,. {Building
a specialty.
Estimates ^promptly furnished.
;W.,E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pione-r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicagc.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service  not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
1.14 Third St., cor Alder. Portland, Or.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
If you are sending for your family
ot friends from ihe Old Coutnry you
will save money by buying tickets
here.
Next sailing Empress Britain from
Quebec   Aug.   213;   the   speediest   and
most elegant steamer.   For rates and j
other particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.  P.  R.  AGENT.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI-
.TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VAjX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
WHEN  GOING EAST
'ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
.BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
Loth electricity and gas; the most
I 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 and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any
further information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
'20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Berth No. 494," will be received at
this Department until noon on Wednesday, the 8th day of August, 1906,
for a license to cut timber on Berth
No. 494, comprising the West half of
Section 26, Township 5, Range 7,
West of the 7th Meridian, containing
an area of 303 acres more or less.
The survey of this berth is to be
made within one year of receipt of
tenders.
The regulations under -which a license will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
Xew Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favor of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for the license:
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior, Ottawa,
June 2A 1906.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
Gilt Picture Frames. . "
edGby Ei^hOT^gS^one table- Canadian Pacific Railway Co. TraillS  &   Steamers
spoonful ol' melted soap with half a
pint of boiling water.   Add to these
a wineglussful   of spirits  of hartshorn, and mix them well together.
Apply this with a small, soft brush,
and after allowing this lotion to remain on for a minute wash it carefully oil' with cleiw water, and dry       ���,.,,���.,_, ,,..,,,.���.��� -,.,.���., V;,r,,......
the frame in tho sunshine.
Keep Blankets Clean.
To wash blankets allow a large
tablespoonful of lump borax 1o every two gallons of soft warm water.
Soak the blankets iti this overnight,
the white ones in separate tubs from
the colored ones. Let the water
cover them as they lie loosely in the
tub. In the morning squeeze them,
wring out with the wringef, rinse in
clear, soft warm water, wring and
hang ou the line.
Kitchen Hc'p::.
Use soup and wood ashes to
brighten pans and kettles that have
been used on r an open lire.
Grease the tipper inside edge of
the pan in whieh chocolate is being
made, and it wiil not boil over.
Always place n knife which has
been used in cutting onions immediately under tlio cold water spigot to
prevent tho odor from clinging to
the blade.	
D-lve Away Beetles.
Add a piece of rock alum the size
of a large potato to a pint of boiling water ami allow it lo simmer for
about hall an hour, Paint over the
places thai tho beetles haunt with
tlio mixture. At the same time
sprinkle the floor witli powdered
borax, and you will soon be rid of
the pests.
Freshening Veiling.
So;:.-.' in gnsolinc oul of doors,
shako gently und attach wiih many
pins to ti.. 1' - ;;-. the Bun, ioit not
win .'-.. the wind wi tch il oul
of shaji i, or, ..: . ��� A; ng oul tin
gasoline, ��� :���. ... I -, upon a
cloth, ling d n - the edj es,
and h avo in I I air ; nd shade I..
drv.
Hot Pet.
I.im- a deep [>io < -h wiih slices of
raw   poi . .-.      ��� v, ith   finely
minced ..i.i' ti nnd parsley, then put
in a layer of i lices of cold meal cut
into inch square . Continue till the
dish is full, havina potutoos last.
Bake slowly for two hours and serve.
Socp   Ecrrromy.
'I'ho pulverized washing powders
last much longer if used from a talcum powder shaker. A baking powder can wilh holes punched through
the lid may lie utilized for the pur-
l.......
An Ideal Duster.
A soft chamois skin soaked in
cold water and then wrung nearly
dry is the ideal duster. Tt can be
used on the flneil furniture, und it
will leave a clean, bright surface.
A Laundry Hint.
A good Way lo make starch for
dark drosses is to place lump starch
in a pan and color n dark brown in
tho oven.   Then make in the usual
WIIV.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change wnnout   nonce.)
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
August 6th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
August 12th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
May 18th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
August 22nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
August 29th.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1 p. m.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. na.
on Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:110 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leavts Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
7th, 19th and 20th of each month for
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria on 20th
of each mouth for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on  Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
ami Friday ..��� '! p. m. and Saturday
at 2 ii. in. wllh additional trip on Monday at .'. a. in.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturda   a'
7 a. in.: Frid;:y ,.; li a. in. addi'... Dal
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Friduys.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
nnd Chilliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd
and 16th of each month, oalling at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure  are  approximate.
For reservations and Information
call or address
ED. GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROTTP,
General Superintendent, Victoria..
W. ll. GARDINER,
Oen. Agent, Freight Dept,
New Westminster.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two   fast   transcontinental   ira.'n
with dining cars and through lour \
and  first-class  sleepers d
Atlantic Express leaves at ;:25
Imperial  Limited, leaves at 17���m
90 DAYS
Excursion   rate  tickets sola to
Eastern points on June 23, 25  Ju]
2, 3, Aug. 7, 8 and 9. 7
For full particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New We tminster
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger   Ar.-.
Vancouver. ��ent'
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. VV. & Y. RY
C. P. R. MAIN LINE.
Leave Xew Westminster 7.25 daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daJly.
Arrive New Westminster 10.30 daily.
Arrive New Westminster 19.10 daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.  N.  W.  9.15,  10.30,  19.10,  20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. m��� ar. N. W. 9.35.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and 9.35 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Guichot-
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon  2.40 p.m.;   ar. N. W.
9.35 p.m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun.,
3 p.. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. triii, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Sleveslon, 7 a.m. (Fri. 0 a.m.)
Add. trip Sal urday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W., Wsd. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm. 8.20 p.m.
Sap'n ii Millside. .10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m,
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.    9.00a.m.
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45 a.m. 3.30 p.m.
Van. & Cent. Park...]0.30 a.m.    2 p.m.
Victoria 10.80 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
East Burnaby  1.15   1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc  1.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m
East, via C. P. R...4.45 pm. 7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. P.. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby..3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Timberland, Tues.,
Friday  12.00 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 and Minos Brnnch, Department of the Interior, and marked
on the envelope "Tender for Timber
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbi.:, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
1G0 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(11 At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
VV. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of  the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
fcr.
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS
TENDERS FOR RAILWAY TIES
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, marked on the envelope
"Tender for Ties, 1906," will be received at the office of the Commis
sioners of the Transcominental Ra '
way at Ottawa, untl] twelve o'clock
noon, of the 12th day ot July, 190C,
for five hundred and thirty-five thou
sand (535,000) Railway Ties In accordance with the specifications of
j the Commissioners.
Sealed Tenders   addressed    lo   the
undersigned, marked on the envelope
; "Tender for Ties, 1907," will also be
j received ns above until twelve o'clock
noon, of the 4th day    of    September
1906, for one million and* ten   thou-
' sand (1,0111,000) Railway Ties, in    ac-
1 cordance with the   specifications    of
I the Commissioners.
Tenders must be made on the
forms supplied by the Commisslone-"
which, as well as tlio specification?,
may be obtained on application to
Hugh 11. Lumsden, Chief Engineer
Ottawa, om., to A. B, Douoet, Dis-
irli t Engineer, Quebec, P. Q., or to
; A. E. liodgins, District Engineer,
Kenora, Ont.
Full Information In regard to dellv
eries required is given ou form oi'
tender.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender
and witnessed.
The successful tenderers will be
required to sign a contract in form
satisfactory to ihe Commissioners,
and to furnish an accepted cheque on
a chartered bank of Canada, payable
to the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway for a sum equal
to ten per cent. (10 per cent) of the
amount of the tender, ns security for
the due and faithful performance of
the contract.
No tender for less than five thousand ties will be considered.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By Order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secret nrv
Thc Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway,
Dated at Ottawa, June 20th, 190(1
1
Dally NEW 1
Leavi   WESTMINSTER  Arrive j
8120 am Blab e, Bellini i
4:35pmjham      Burlii
ton,   Mt.   Ver-I ;
'non,     Everett \
Sei ttle        and
Portland. '
!5 pm Spokane,     St. 3:00 pm 1
Paul    and    all; j
points  East. [
��� pm
B.20 am Anacortes,
IWoolley,    and1
IRockport.
3:00 pm Vancouver        |9:26 am
9:55 pm |4:35pm
Lv.    N.-w    Westmlnstei    :
Guichon 3:50 p. m. Ar. Gu
6  p.  m.,   Monday,  Wednesda;,
Friday,
S:45 a. 111. ar. from (Iui. In n,
9:30 a. m. Lv. for Vancouvei
Route of the Tamous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg,  Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and  all  points East.
For complete Information
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,
New  Westminster, B. C
8. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A..
Corner Secoml Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
* .  .  ...... ��.��.��.v������� ���--- ...
j Northern Pacific;
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
; Quick Time. Excellent Sen ce.
1 New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all lairo-
pean points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent.
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore a. G.    A
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
, Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The   only  all   rail   route   between
points east,  west and  south  I"   '
land, Nelson and intermediate 11
connecting at Spokane with tl"' lr
; Northern, Northern Pacific an 1
j& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with lhe '
adian   Pacific   Railway  for   Bou
Creek points.
Connects   at     Meyers    Falls    *��� : '
stage t'lily for  Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
IOOI.
Leave
9.20 am.
12.25 P-m.
9.40 a.m. .
Day Train             An
... Spokane  7-'5 1 '"
 Rossland ....4'0 r'"���
 Nelson 6.45 V���'"���
H. A. JACKSON.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRP.ANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter servi '
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS. Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B, C ������
SATURDAY, AUGUST   11.   1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
111
TESIDB & EDMONDS, Barris-
..,i solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
i,,'.,   street,   Xew   Westminster.
Colum'"-'-
W
ff.X
V. I'i
eside, H. L. Edmonds.
M
Can;
in?.
,   j   i>   HAMPTON BOLE, Sollcl-
. | ipren ������ sourt. Offices
Baals of Commerce build-
i [bia street, opposite post-
Westminster.    Money to
ijun-
'ti'slt
'A
ffi
TAKE A
TRIP
On the Famous
F. CRAKE.
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
the claim each year or paid to the
I mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
1 $500 has been expended or paid, the
[locator may, upon having a survey
j made and upon complying with other
, requirements,   purchase   the   land   at
Si.oo an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
t Minister   of   the   Interior   to   locate
claims ct-.rta'n'n�� 'ron a"d mica, also
copper, in"the V��En Territory, of an
Humor and Philosophy
By  DUNCAN   M.  SMITH
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
mm
Martin- WEART & McQUARRIE,
A1" terg, solicitors, etc. Of-
. New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
~!!Lt Clarkson and Lome streets,
vwii.w'- rooms 21 I .24, 446 Gran,
V." i,... Joseph Martin, K. C, ...
fwla.t. W. tt! M< luarrie, Tl. A.
Lrtie    Mr- Martin  wilf   l)e ia th>
ggSutar offices every Friday af
ternoon
Hntt'W RBH�� & BOWES, Barrta-
U.1S solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
,.raet opposite Court House, New
��&Uter.   J- H. Bowes, P. O. Box
211.
GBOBQB K. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, 8. C. 	
SECRET   SOCIETIES
"Oriental Limited"
LOW   EXCURSION    RATES
TO ALL EASTERN   POINTS
Tickets on Sale July 2,3, Aug. 7,8,9, Sept. 8,10
For particulars  call   on  or  address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, E.
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocei
ijNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
_Th�� regular meeting of this
l3 held mi ih" Fl' ��� Wednesday in
,;,,h month, at 8 o'clock p. m., in
the Masonic  Temple.    Sojourning
brethren  lordially Invited to at-
,,,���,!.       Dr.  W.   A.   DeWolf  Smith,
Secre'
KING SOlOMON LODGE, NO. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lo Ige are held on the
. :,-. in eai b montb In
Uasor - Temple, at 8 p. m. Visit-
���ng | ��� thren are cordially Invited
to attend,   D, W. Gilchrist, Sec.
Shingle and Saw Mill
Machinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
I ^oquired a through knowledge of the
b^jess in England with 10 years experience 'r'l"r wa? ~ ���?''"' manwr,
Iof the W��w 1'(-'PainnsC department of area not exceeding IM? >>cre.
Savage' In,'��n.4 c"" Montreal,, The patent for a mining1 location
Heiny Birk's Wsmess manager part of shall provide i'or the payment oi a
the time. Royalty of 2'A per cent, of the sales'
i of the  products of  the  location.
English,   Swiss,  American   and  all     PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,   the   N   w   T    excepting  the   Yukon
.Territory: Placer mining claims  gen-
! erally are ioo feet square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly.     On the North
| Saskatchewan River claims are either
Ibar or bench, the former being ioo
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar digging?, hot extends back-
to the base of the hi'.! or bank, not
exceeding   iooo   feet.     Where   steam
1 power is used claims -'oo feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the River; of Manitoba
, and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may oh-
'. tain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
i of the  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
| below any low water mark, and sub-;
for first year and Sio per mile for each
Royalty   same   as
If you cater to a man's egotism he
ami all he has are yours, dead easy.
Some people take offense easily and
ra becv^e so overloaded that ihey can't
help giving it.
Still Doing Business at tre u;a Stand.
W. McRAE,
\ Merchant Tailor
A man never
be did it himself
i.nl deed  if
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, Scotch ana Irish
tweeds and worsteds always m stock ' subsequent   year
: placer mining
Spring Btock  now iu.    Make vour
tifllection.
ROYAL CITY  PRECEPTORY, No. Jo9
i{, ii. k. of  I.,  ;������ "' -   second  and
fourth Friday of each month, at a
.   . ii inge   hall,   corn, r   of
Ray i. ii I  .'"lm street,    go
ing Sir Knights   cordially   Intend.    W.  E. Dunlop, W,
P.;   il. E, Matthias, Reg.
i Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
1 *~- mi
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The  Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOL C.
LOYAL  ORANGE   LODGE.   NO.   1150
���Meets in Orange hall flrsl and
thir.i Friday in each month at y p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited - attend. B. E Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
Bank of
Montreal
I. 0.0. F.���AMITY LODGE. No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Colum
bia e '. every Moi la; evi nin r
al ! ck. Vlsll lng biothren cor
iliali, Invited to attend. S. .1. M ly
N, ll;   W. C. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. 0. U, VV.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tues
flay in each month, VIsitlne
brethren cordially invited to attend,
i ��� room, A. o. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
S, Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115,  SONS  OF   ENGLAND,   B.   S.���
: Degree meets Second and
". edn isdav of each month,
���n ll. '-:' P. Hall, Columbia St., al
8 P. ."bite Ro ;. tree, Fourth
Wedne Ar. in each month, same
time ind place. Visiting Brethren
1 ii lially Invited. E, B, Stinch-
combe, Pros., ii. Disney, Secretary.
STABLIS
n.O 181.
Im . ited by act or parliament
I'Ai'i i 11. (All paid up).. ,si4,uuu,oO0
RESERV 1   FUND Slu.uuO.OOO
Rt, Hon. Lord Strathcona ani Mount
i; - .il. O.C.M.Q,...Hon Presldenl
Hon. Sir G. A. Drummond, President
B.  S.  i louston,  Vice  Bresldent and
General Manager.
Gen banking   business   trans-
... te I.
Brani bes in aii the principal cities
li Canada, in London, Eng., Xew
York, Chicago, and St, John, Nfld.,
ind correspondents m all parts of the
world.
Royal Bank
of Canada
U��,..ital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total   Assets $36,3/3,0/b,
Branches and correspondents In
all the principal citi?s oT trie world.
Cer.e.-al banking  business transacted.
SAVINGS  DEWAKI IVltn, I.
fi  opens an account.   Interest added
half yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
Open   Saturday   nights   from   8   to   9
o'clock
NEW   WESTMINoTtK   b^ANCH
F. B.  Lyle,  Manager.
Placer mining in the Y'ukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 2jo 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 day? if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office. I
One extra day allowed for each additional ten mile; or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer oi a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether. 0:1 the output on which no royalty shall be
I charged the rest of the party ordin-
~-~"���~"������~~~~~~~~~~""���~~~~-  ary claims onlv.
Entry fee Sio.    Royalty at the rate
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal'' of two and one-half   per cent, on the
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in   value   of  the  gold   shipped  from  the
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories; ject to the rights of all persons who
It may lie considered a corrtrption of
food manners t.. snub the wife of a
man 10 whom you owe money.
A man never amounts to much until
he lias been turn.'.l down by at least
I  .... girbj,
Vou have t , get out an Injunction
againsl foolishness In order I 1 molca
any Impression on some people.
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mtlnnis.
First Class Meai.s at all Hours,
English, Japanese and Chinese  Styles.
from 1 5c. up.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
*
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
The girl
pi ��� every
ber hair.
who can make g tod ai
clip doesn't need to bleach
li   never  rains
body's millinery.
but It spoils   souw-
It must give a horse joy of which
meu know nothing to pass au automobile repair shop.
Many small hoys are now hankering
after the paregoric bottle.
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.
have, or who may receive-entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the leasee 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
Savings Bank Dept. J. HENLEY
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen, dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-
years and over and joint stock com-1 tjon thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
panies holding free miners' certificates ' per annum for each mile of river
may obtain entry for a mining loca-1 leased,     Royalty  at  the  rate  of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
tion.
A free miner's certmcate is granted output after it exceeds $10,000
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G.  'j.  Brymner,  Ma 1 ig  r,
Manufacturer of
Junk and Second-hand   Mineral Waters, Etc.
COURT BRUNETTE,  No. 4099.  I.O.F.
-Meets the Fourth Pri.lav In the
month ai s o'clock, iii il>.' small
hall, Oddfellows' Mori.:. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend, .1. 11. Rushton, c. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, it. s.
Store
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808.
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
v"'~. ��� 1 -  ��� ��� are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
li:; ..- ��� :: es paid for second-hand
goods, : ink, bottles, rubbers, brass,
coppe . ..' I  shoes and all metals; also
1 clotl      etc.   write or 1 .1 .
S.  BROWN,
Front  Stret, Now Westminster,
Qppo   ... Brad man-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty,
Tel,  113. Officf,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   P.   C.
for one or more years, not exceeding
live, upon payment in advance of $".50
per annum for an individual, and from
' $50 to $100 per annum lAr a company,
according to  capital.
A free miner, Having discovered
mineral in place, may 1 ..'ate �� 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 ii ocated within ten miles
if a mining recorder's ofiice. one ad-
ditional day allowed for every ad-
.lm.mal ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least $100 must be expended on
ul r
P. ni. in the Oddfellows' Hal
Visiting Brethren are cordialy in-
yu...I to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
''��� ''��� Maxwi 11, Sec.
' ������.v.Avr.\1 ��� .''-'. '.. rr.-A ��� !a^-M^a^.��.'-!'.<''auKil^MBM
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meel every Wednesday
"J s o'i ock p, in.. In Oddfellows'
'���': Columbia Btreet. Visiting
i;' e cordially Invited to at-
'""l|-   i   B, Bryson, s. c.;  .1. M.-O.
Cai
60NS f[r SCOTLAND  BENEFIT  ASSOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
camp, 191.���Meets on the First and
l'1"1 Tuesday of every month In
'. Hall.     John   McNlven,
K.
p.   , '   ���      null. <M Mill KM    .M>'
Uli,A .1. .1. Forrester, Ree. Sec.
Bo^D of TRADE.���New WeBtmln-
,,' l; wrd of Trade meets In the
A"1"111 'I n, City Hall, as follows:
(''"'"' W iesday of each month
SJiarti iy meetings on the second
Wednesday ���f February, Maj
^Busl ami November, at S p. m
annual meatings on the second
""'iii'-s,!,,v 0f February. New
'"nill"i.".   may    be    proposed    and
''(; 1 at any monthly or Quarterly
Inep,"iK.   A. K While, Sec.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Otfice���Tram Depot
Columbia at.
1..'ins(^-,';.|"iivi.ri.(t - promptly to nny
kgfo and Heavy Hauling
' 185.     Jiarn raone 187
El*      r
(��So      \f���
i   ,iA,-'a    AC*i
a?aW    :    ���'���.EE
x !&&: ��� - a '������
^4
to
MramiEsnwtf^
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 die choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost.
BOVRIL Is a specialty, not merely a bye-product
of a packing house like many meat extracts.
BOVRIL LIMITED
LONDON, England, and MONTREAL, Canada
fai"iiB��aw��n��6". ��
i....   :. mm^^SBm^^m ^mmmmmummm imwwwiiwr
.mmnwx .-���
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases oi five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for 1 term of
20 year?, also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below   low    water    mark, that boun-
: dary 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
i for  each  live miles  within  six years
I 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
trie miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned  and  another  obtained  on
i the sun., v reek, 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 ..pen to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleeper- are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. They protect
their trains by the  Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
denned absolutely by having a survey
made ami publishing notices in the
Yukon   1 Ifiicial   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 peri.nl as 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, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and the remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, 1280- acres,
will be sold at the rate of $,; an acre.
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be .;- c Red by Order in Council.
W. VV, CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
terior.
Dept, Interior,
Summer Girls and Summer Heroes.
Through hotPl chat an.l goo.l report,
Through muddy roads an.l tennis court,
Through brier patch an.l tumble weeds,
No matter how our sad heart bleeds,
We follow where the golf girl leads.
Once men to glory or to doom
Rode   on   where   waved   the   snow   white
plume;
They followed some old rounder fat,
Who wore a star upon his hat;
They didn't chase a girl's cravat.
But now on any pleasant day.
1 If ln tho race you want to stay,
I You have to chase around the links.
No matter how your backbone kinks
Or how your drooping spirit sinks.
Once on a sad but glorious day
Napoleon's eagles led the way;
I A bla.-k norse of a hi Iniet tall
Then caused a rush of men to fall,
But now a golf girl heats them all,
Through   bog   and   quicksand,   rain   and
SI-.'.W,
, We'll follow where the girls may go;
To Hymen's altar some sweet day
Tw.ll lead us while the organs play���
If papa doesn't block the way.
Makes Them Great.
Nearly every man has something on
' whicb be prides himself and which iu
bis opinion makes bim a little better
than other men, It may be In the matter of ancestors, Perhaps his grand
father killed an Indian ut one time, or
may lie his mother sat on the lap of
a president. Any lillle thing like that
will serve to pun* hlm up nml make
him think llis children are too good to
piny with the neighbors.
Sometimes he feels superior because
. be was stung by n wasp when a kid
or was run over by 11 train and escaped
without even having liis Imagination
amputated, and you doubtless have
seen   men   who   felt they   were   better
than oilier people because tbey could
move their ears.
Locating It.
Speech la silver, Bllence golden.
True; but, ah, alas.
In the itsl 01 e notse I - ml ised���
Singing "must li" brass.
Couldn't Appreciate It.
"To punish  him  they   made him  sit
with the Kirls."
"Had  he  been  older he   would  have
called ii capital punishment."
Heard What It Was Like.
"She doesn't talk us much a.s she
used to."
"No; Ihey let her bear her voice on
11 phonograph."
Standard Ammunition,
"He Is looking for trouble."
"Does he curry a gun?"
"No, a whisky bol tie."
Elastic.
Now homeward hies the fisherman
From strolling on the sands,
And for his purposes the truth
Is mad., of rubber bands.
Straining a Point.
"Politest mun 1 ever saw."
���I noticed ho laughed at the
Ishman's jokes."
Bnt-
But Do They?
'Ton know figures won't Ho."
"liathemattcal or femin v'
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ii THE DAILY NEWS
Saturday, august n. ,
906.
in    nnii -'11'-
SOMETHING NEW
Quaker Puffed Rice
Try it.    It is delicious.    We have it.
SHERRIF'S MARMALADE   10 CENTS   PER  TIN
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
WHALING INDUSTRY
ON BARCLAY SOUND
Average   of   Three   Monsters   a   Day
Captured  and   Put Through
the   Works.
For Rent!
DWELLINGS IN HULL
ARE SWEPT BY FIRE
Water     Pressure     is     Crippled     and
Assistance  is  Sent  From
Ottawa.
-roomed cottage on
St. George st. Lots
of fruit.
$12.00
Mclnnes & Kerr,
Real Estate,   insurance
and Auctioneers
278  Columbia   Street.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
Telephone   170.
....CALL ON....
T.A.Muir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� - B. C
II i'i.A  FIRE 	
Ottawa, Aug. 10���Between forty an.l
forty-five frame dwellings in Hull
vere swept by fire today. The loss
I.-- about $45,000. Fortunately the
wind was blowing I'i'.::: ihe south,
... there was a danger of the recurrence of tin- disastrous conflagration of live years ago, which, after
devouring most of Hull, swept across
the Ottawa river to Ottawa. The
flames, however, attained such pro-
iioni ui.-.   as   cause I . :��� rai.le   al
arm.
The Ottawa-Hull waterworks were
..i .-- repairs, and the pressure
was not what it otherwise would
hi ve 1 een. The Ottawa fire brigade
sent an engine, which assisted in getting  the   fire  under  control.
Strikers Win in New York.
New York, Aug. 10.���The strike for
higher wages by the crews of tugboats, used at this port by six railroad companies practically has been
won according to the strikers. Representatives of the men said tonight
that the Baltimore & Ohio had acceded to their demands and the other companies would do so tomorrow.
Fieight, it. was further said would
be moved tonight and by tomorrow
conditions  would  be normal.
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
ALEX. SPECK;
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.!
Put Your Money to Work
and Increase . < ur income, Now
li the time to buy. Westmln-
Bti I forging ahead. If you
are looking for a home at a
reasonable price and easy
terms, call in and inspect our
large und exculsive list of
dwellings we have for sale in
different  parts of the city.
WHITE & SMILES
260 Colombia St,   Ph me 85
Country Filling Up.
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 10.���A fair
idea of how the country tributary to
the Soo line of the C. P. R. in south
western Saskatchewan is filling up is
furnished by the little town of Milestone where two hundred cars of settlers' effects were unloaded this season. Ten new threshing outfits and
200 new binders have been sold.
Indictments Returned.
Jamestown, X. Y., Aug. 10.���The
Federal grand jury for the western
district of Xew York this afternoon
returned indictments aganist the
Standard Oil company of Xew York,
the Panama Railroad company, and
the Vacuum Oil company ot Rochester for violations of the lire- -ate
commerce  law.
 0	
Inspection   cf   Railways.
Ottawa, Aug. 10,���The Railway commission will shortly select an experl-1
enced     railwayman   to   Inspect     the
Canadian railways, their construction,
equipment, etc., with a view to see-1
ing   that   the   travelling   public   and'
railway employees are given all the
protection to which they are entitled.
Will Discard Tickers.
Scranton, Pa., Aug. 30.���It is announced that the Delaware, Lack-
wanna & Western railway will dispense wiih ihc service of telegraphers
and will control the movements of
trains with the auti matic Mock signal
- Btein and the . Minimal telephones.
The whaling station at Sechalt, in
Barclay sound is a place which few
British Columbians have had a chance
to visit. It is the pioneer of what
is likely to prove an important industry, as this one station gives employment to about ninety men all told.
A good many of those at present employed are Chinese and Japanese, but
it is stated that suitable white labor
would be preferred, and would be
gladly substituted, if obtainable, ] ar-
ticularly for the Chinese, who are
rated as very poor hands, not nearly
sei good as the Japanese, and not for
a moment to be compared to while
men.
About a hundred an.l seventy-five
whales have been caught and used
dining the pasl six months, and the
amer which hunts them brings In
on an average three per day. Some
an- as .-Mall as thirty feet in length.
some run to ninety. The humpback
(30 i . ilO feet) is the most common.
An average fish, ii one may call a
whal- a ;i~4;, will be about forty
feet over all, wiih ;; beam of,
nine or ten feet, and twelve feel
depth of hold.
The style now is to shoot the
whale with a harpoon which is tipped with a shell. When the shell explodes in a whale it naturally tends
to put him out of 1 usiness, bul In
case it should not be effectual, and
; . prevent loss of the animal, the
harpoon is furnished with barbs which
������open and take a sure grip as .-. ��� n
as the line attached to the harpoon is
tightened.
Towed to the station, the whale is
hauled up and cut up. It takes the
work of a crew of men for about five
hours to dispose of the whale; that
is, to get. all -he animal into the
tanks, and in about tweity-four
hours from the time he ie hauled c n
the slip, what is left of him is in
various barrels and sacks in the form
of marketable products. There is no
waste, "we use him all except the
squeal," is the way the energetic
superintendent  puts it.
Oil, of course Is the chief product,
but fertilizer and whalebone (which
is not bone) are by products of considerable value. The fertilizer is the
whole animal, minus tke whalebone
and the real bone, dried and pulverized by a patented process after the
oil has been, as far as possible, extracted from it.
Considering the nature of the wrrV.,
the factory is wonderfully clean.
There is no offal to be disposed of,
save the blood >and liquids from the
bodies of the whales, and these are
washed off into deep water by a powerful hose stream which is kept continually playing upon the sloping
platforms on to which the whales are
hauled and where they are cut up).
Xothing, however, can get rid of tbe
odor from the constantly boiling vats.
II is said to be healthy, quite fattening in fact, and it is certainly powerful. Down the wind it will carry
aboul as far a.s a 4.7 gun. Bike
everything else, one soon gets accustomed to it, and even the visitor
forgets it for the time in the inter-
Builders
Hardware
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	
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!Ladies' Hand Bags!
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Soecial Prices this Week to Clear Out
' ODD LINES OF HAND BAGS
Bags that were JL25 and $1.50,  while  they   last,  each   ....
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$1.50 I
m Bags at $2.u�� and  $2.50, while they   last,  each
:     *    ,
# Spe our show window for  a snap In these goo Is, al each -- ���
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��� Ladies' Leather Belts               ���
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+ We have marked all at one price, worth up to $1.25, foi each     50c ���
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Buster Brown Belts for Boys and Girls   ���
-Indow   foi   a snap in these goo Is,
Ladies' Leather Belts
Anderson
& Lusby
esl created by the novel sights which'
the station presents to the eyes of
the stranger; but when he gels to
windward again and has a chance to
fill his lungs with the strong, pure
th of the ocean, he realizes that
,fresh air is a thing to be thankful
:   ;.
Express of Ireland Sails.
Quebec, Aug. I1.���The Canadian P.i-
cific Railway steamer Empress of
Ireland sailed from here for Liverpool
at 4:10 p. m. with a large list of
passengers.
Blaze   at  Guelph.
dielph,   Ont.,   Aug.     9.���Fire
The Paragon
Family Washer
The Latest   and   Greatest  Washer  on   the rY1.uk< I
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1 .���Anything' withoul
vious boiling; then 1
of   using any chemical
soap and water.
2.���Anything from tl
est lace curtains, to the I
est   blankets   anil   carp. ���   .
without the slightest ini irj
even the most delicate fabrics.
3.���Upto twenty-five pieces
within 5 to S minutes.    A I
ter and   cleaner   than   by the
harsh, slow and tin ion i
11 ard method.
The Paragon runs absolutely noiseless and so easily that a child can
turn it. The Paragon will save its cost many times by preventing wear
and tear.    Call and see it and be convinced like others now using it.
Large Shipment of Them Just Arrived Direct from factory
1his
morning gutted the Cartledge Woollen mills here. The loss is estimated
at $10,000 partly covered by insurance.
I
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
1 FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS
Bad Meat in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg. Aug. 10.���The Inspector
��� ::,. ats found the body i ( a "slink"
calf, one taken from a slaughtered
c.w. exposed for sale in a butcher
shop here today, evidently in emulation of Packingtown. Summons was
Issued for the arrest of ihe guilty
party.
wmmmmmmmmi
Electric Railway Service
!
Inter-urDan   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every hall-
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���Mo transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and b and 7.
30   Minute   Service   during re- *
mainder of day.    iransrer at
Leopold Flare.
Sunday Service half-hourly between 8 a. m. and 10 p. m.
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���lb Minute Service, except between 12 and
2, and 5 and 7, during which
hours the service win be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service lialt-nourly oe-
tween 8 a. in. and 11 p. m.
WE SELL
REAL ESTATE
FARM LANDS
WRITE EIRE INSURANCE
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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vmc*mm*m*mm  .
COLLECT RENTS
MAKE LOANS
E. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
The Farm Land
Specialists
NOTICE.
Steamboat Inspection Service.
Tbe examination of the candidates
who have applied for the position of
Inspector of Hull and Equipment of
steamboats will take place at the
Steamboat Inspector's Office, Victoria,
B. C, on August 22nd, 1900.
F. GOURDEATJ,
Deputy  Minister    of    Marine    and
Fisheries.
I
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V
V
:���:
New Goods and New Prices
A full carload just arrived. As fine goods as ever entered the city.
>J Inspection invited. By buying here you can save money and lots of it.
I��! (live us a trial. We have many things we are going to clear at est.
.���.   Money saved i.s money made.
See our $5.00 Mattresses
W. E. FALES,
716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Hear Extension, Front Street,
;���;
>>>>>>>>>>icicce<.���^^
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of  British  Columbia.
Sealed tenders addressed to the office of the Commissioner of Dominion
Bands, Department of the Interior,
and marked on the envelope "Tender
loi Timber Berlh No, 495," will be
received at this Department until
noon on Wednesday, the 12th day of
September, 1906, for a license to cut
timber on Berth No. 495, Bltuate in
thi Province of British Columbia on
Silver River in about Townships ;: and
4, Ranges 2". and 26, Wesl of the 6th
meridian, comprising two blocks, de-
.-  ribed as follows:
Block I. Commencing at a poinl on
.-.aid river on ihe Southerly boundary
of Timber Berth 489, being about S
1-2 miles up said River from its
mouth; thence up said River i
1-2 miles in direct distance with a
depth of 50 chains on the Easterly
side and 70 chains on the Westerly
side thereof, measured at right angles
to tlu- general bearing ef the river
within   the  block.
Block 2. Commencing at a point
on said river about 40 chains up
stream from the Southerly boundary
of Block 1; thence up stream 4 1-2
miles In direct distance with a depth
of 50 chains on the Easterly side and
S. G. TIDY,
 FLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, BOQUETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone A184 or address 4th Avenue and 10th Street.
70 chains on the Westerly side thereof, measured at right angles io the
general bearing of river within the
block. The whole contains ar. an a
of 8,040 acres, more or less.
The  survey   is  to   be  made  within
' one year of receipt of tenders.
The regulations under which a
license will be issued, also printed
I forms of tender and envelope, may he
obtained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agi nl
at   Xew Wesl minster,  B.  C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an acepted cheque on a chart-
sered bank in favor of the Deputy of
the Ml.lister of ihe Interior, I'or the
amount of the bonus which the nppli-
! cant is prepared to ray for a license.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY (I.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa. .Inly 27th, 1906.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.  New Westminster, B.C.
MOREY'S
China Department
Is filling up.   Come and see the lovely
TEA SETS,
DINNERWARE,
GLASSWARE, Etc.
 AT	
MOREY'S c��iumbiaSt-
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES  McKAY,   Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones Etc.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster.  B. C.
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers in the
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
Limited.
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
R. J.  SROTT,  B..A., Principal.
H. A. SCRIVEN, B. A., Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHiN'h) AND KNUIN'--
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BK1UUKJ and
STRUCTURAL  IRON    WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   work,   Including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BE'JBIE tmUSJUT.
New Westminster. f. O. 4<4

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