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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 137
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\\ KSTMINSTER, I>. ('.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST !���'., 1906.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
RUSSIAN TROOPS
REFUSE TO FIRE
ON THE PEASANTS
Disorders Spread in the Southern and Southwestern Parts
of the Interior, and News of Outrages is
Kept from the Newspapers. *
Odessa, Aug. 14.���Reports frnm the
southern pans of the interior testify
, ..,,. spreading of peasant disord-
er8 Reports of only ahout one tenth
��� the aumber of outrages reach the
. , ..- The troops passively obey all
:,.,! refuse to lire on the
;.     . n's.
���|t .,   political   prisoners   hen-   Sl '���
,   ..    thi lr matresses    with    petro-
st   night   and   sel   fire  In  them,
(l...     ;.n  was  burned  to  death   and
, -   ���...���,.  rescued  with  dlfficul-
��� it  today, a special military
i ���      be  attached  to all  trains
i o preveni   robberies.
Seventy   Increases.
i   ,'i  noi General   Kaulbarg     to lay
Issued i ���   e lict,   decreeing  thai   em-
���  - Indemnifying Btrikers toi   the
the latter bad been on a sl i ike
i nceforth  incur penalties  Eoi
-    loing, including ihe closing of their
The san e e lid enjoins the
tnts  Irom   whom    money     has
sen ��� xtorted   hy   anarchists    urnier
threat >.'. assassination to reporl  the
i the police, failing whicb they
will  he  considered   to  le  protectors'
of   anarchists.
Protecting the Mines.
St. Petersburg, Aug. 14.��� ln view of'
tin    representations  of   (he    foreign
milling   Interests    in    the    Nomensl
Basin with regard to the seriousness
or the situation at  Uzovaka and elsewhere   the   government   has   erected
the whole coal and iron   UstriCt affecfa
ed Into a sp�� Ial gem governorship  in   order  to    ������   better  able  to
' ili'rol   the   Situ Itil ���;       :: I   lias   taken
i    in ii ece lented   tep      en iting  a
eclal     h Isor tei     of  min
ing representatives    i     I  In concert
j with  ;b"  now officii !  ' :  the   listrict,
whose   jurisdiction   ��� Vj kat-
��� ���-ino-i.T. province, tin sou bein part
of Kharkov, and parts of Ihe Don
C --.ii 1;   territory.
Imperial Family Gets Gay.
The   Krasi aoyi Si   -   m moi vre    I i-
c ime  to aa  ���   .'< ���   cloi ������ in  order
��� : mit   ih.- offlci i -   to a tend   i he
,i ���     held  under  In , erial  patronage
this afternoon,   Tonight there was a
gala then:re balli t al   ��������� hich all  the
n emi ere oi the Impei lal family were
present
The discussion between the Russian
and Japanese di legi tlons upon the
proposed Russia-Japanese fisheries
convention began hen- io laj
SLAUGHTER OF BLACKS
London, August 14.--According to the correspond-
ent at Aden, of the Daily Mail, after devastating nine- j
teen Ogaden villages, the Mad Mullah,  inflated by
his success, attacked the sultan of Mijertain's territory. .
Both sides lost heavily.
The sultan had nine near relatives and 700 warriors killed, but eventually repulsed the Mullah toward Ilig and the coast.
JUDGE DESTROYS
DA WSON FAME OF
SWIFTWATER BILL
Declares  during   Divorce  Proceedings   in   Seattle Court
That he Knows Egg Story to be Very Much
Exaggerated. ���Alimony Allowed.
Widow Admits Her Part
in Murder of Husband
Mrs. Schreck tes-
Los Angeles, Aug. 14.���Long beforeishe had consented
the 'ime Bel I  i  t pening of court   lili'"1 :IS follows:
,,���.,, ,        ��� , .   , "My  husband   and   l   retired   aboul
in the Stackpole murder  trial today,
11  o'clock that  night   (June  13 last).
���'���' ",;:-' : " ��� '" ]"' ���" ' ' *'��� ! About 1:30 ln the morning Mr,
v.a- filled to overflowing, and the sta( ,,- Btep outside the house
crowd aboul the entran e and In the awakened me. I goi up and opened
corrido - b< ame denselj pi iked. 'ihe kitchen door for him, He came
The l ttg-expected Bensatlon In the
SM1FF OF AMMONIA EXPLOSION OCCURS
STOPS A DOO FIGHT IN METAL FACTORY
in     He wine a big black mask over
^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^L^^^^^^^^^^^m     his a little
trial    level  ped   yesti rda r   afternoon , .,     ,   ,
distance  from   the   bed   and   put   my
when   ,:''   '���""''""    ���'"���''    to  the   hands up over my face.    1 heard the
-'aril   Mr--    Schreck,   wid    . iif  click  of tbe revolver.    Then  I heard
murdered  man   who  Is  und .   arresi   my husband rise up in bed aud say,
as an a'C.impl'ce in tlie crime 'Why.   what's   the   matter?'    Then   1
Mrs.   Schreck  testified    at    length   heard  two  reports.    1  went  over  to
and   in   detail   to   the   proposals   for   the   bed   and   said   to  my    husband.
���the   killing   of   hqr   husband,   maide    Honey, for God's sake say something."
to  her   by   Ernest   Stackpole.     '.then   But he did  not say anything.    All  1
ibis    should    he    accomplished    she  heard  was the running of the blood
Bhould collect $r.iio insurance on her and that awful gurgle   in   my   ears.
husband's life  and  many  his slayer.  Then I rushed out and told the nelgh-
Aftei   confessing  her  illicit   relations  f.ors that two burglar* had shot Joel,
with    Stackpole  and   describing    the  as Mr. Stackpole had made me prom-
final  plans  foi   the murder, to which   ise to do."
Seattle   Aug.   14.���Swiftwater     Bill, was  unfounded   and   tha!   it  was   all
Gates' reputation as a spendthrift was  ('-lie '<> * story published at the time
.  ,     c     , .      ,   ,       of   the   Klondike   stampede   that   he
given a deep dent by Superior Judge '
had bought a crate of eggs, paying $2
Griffin Ihi,  morning when that jurist ^  ^ eg&  (o  show  h)s ]Qve  ^
declared from the bench ihat he knew affection   for   his   dance   hall   sweet-
of liis  own   personal   knowledge  that heart.    Judge   C.riffin   stated  that   he
the   wldely+ead    and    generality-be- wollH  not  discredit  Gates"  plea    of
..       , , ,. ,      , poverty because of the notorious egg
lieved story of Gates buying a crate ' ��� 66
incident. "I know that story is false,"
I eggs in Dawson, paying $2 for each wW ^ cmrU .., WM ,a ^^ a|
?g, to Batisfy the whim of Gussie vne ,inR>. | i00ked with envious eyes
ii M ire, his inamorata, wa.s false, upon the first crate of eggs that aria- story that first broughl Gates rived, as did Gates. But before the
inti public noUce has at least been owner could exact a fabulous price
dei ided.     1 idge  Griffin    settled    the   fl"   his holdings  several  other  boats
q tion ; .   stating that he knows of  arrived  with  eggs  and    the    markel
bis   own     aowledge  that   lines  only   was  flooded.    Eggs  at  once  dropped
paid  thi   a irkel   price  for  the eggs '" $7 a cozen, and that was the price
 j;7 a dor.' n. ;i'  which Gat.'s 1 ought them."
If   it   had   not   been   for   the   fact      After  setting   at   rest  for  all   time
I that   Kitti     Gates,  Swiftwater    Bill's   the   story   that   has   clung   to   Gates
fourth wife, was asking the court for   as   the   hatchet   incident  has  to  the
1 alimony and  attorney fees, the myth   Immortal   name   of  George  Washing-
might   neve'-    have    been    dispelled,  ti n,  Judge  Griffin   gave  serious  con-
Gates  n .nl' affidavit  that  he  was a  sideration as to what the court should
poor     man.     His  atto'rney,    William' compel   Swiftwater   Bill   to   pay   his
Winy, in an attempt to excite the pity  fourth wife.   Judge Griffin finally en-
of   the   court   for   his     impoverished ' tered an order directing Gates to pay
Klondike >'lient, asked the court  not  his fourth wife $150 a month alimony
o pay any attention to the news-pa; er   during  the   pendency   of  the  divorce
stories of "i  Line's fabulous wealth,   suit and  to give her $2,000  for suit
Lawyer Wray  declared  that  Gates'  money.    Gates was given a month to
reputation   for  being    a    millionaire j pay   it.
Man  W,th   Presence   of   Mind   Causes   Seven    Men    Are    Seriously    Injured
Vicious Bulldog to Loosen and   Three   of   Then
LINGUISTS NEEDED UNION MEN PROMISE
IN MANITOBA COURT       TROUBLE IN TORONTO
��� RATHER 00 FISHING MR. BENTZEN LIKES
THAN WORK ON DYKE CHILLIWACK ROUTE
1 Operations of  Lulu  Island  Suspended   Announces That Farmers Who Invest
���    ���    ���   -- -      mm       a~.
His   Hold.
May  Die.
.  .   the   Columbian    Btreet
....   ��� gei lously considering the
sal llitj of sending in a claim toi
a C   a- gie medal  for    unexampelled
iri presence of mind exhibit-
, oi daya ago on the occasion i     ,     log   tight   thai   occurred   in
,I   his,  establishment.    A   par-t
-,ii-ious bulldog had taken a
.   to a   valuable   isstrlever,  and
ie act  of reducing the lat-
��� i  the  consistency    of   sausage
. hen the tight  was noticed by
Mr. Don r     The   polio    were  at   this
.in:.-   tO   separate  lhe   dogs,   but
lldog wouldn't and the retriever
���   let   no.   and   all   their  efforts
���   in   vain.     Armed   onh   with   his
���  ���     ���    of   mind   and   a   bottle     of,
. mmonla, Mr, Dorer approached tin   struggling  animate,  and   unci    lng   the   bottle   in   front   of   the
nose, be compelled  him to
lllbe . the overpowering fumes. In
��� Bei onds, by his bos' chro-
tii metei Mi Dorer saw tbe big brute
In thi ret! lever, and make tracks
toi       !,,,   where the air wus ; ure
Dewey    Erected.
vi^j   11     \iin.i������;.; Geo.
'-   ���      ...    ��� ,,!.     ele< te i  <"" ��� rnoi
.    11! dor     of'    lo in h-r-
America, to  B    '���'���������
ised by the   loath ol  Ri h
:' '���   ���      .
Philadelphia, Aug. 14.���Seven men
��� ��� ������ ���" todaj In . d - ipli sion at
the   a.i.i\   Metal in   s    works,
ihrei   of  whom  may   lie of iheir in-j
:m .-
The i s ilosion i ccun ed as a WO
poum! bronzi casting was being lifted into a : u na-, ii |g supposed
thai water in some maimer fouuil iis
way into the casting, and when the
:, ���'.-". Btruck Un- Inti use boat, the
casting exploded, There were A.n
employes In the place, and tbey were
thrown Into a panic when the shower
of i v ial fell among them.
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Eagles   Increase.
Milwaukee,   Wis.,     Aug.     14.���Tbe
eighth annual convention ol the Grand
Aerie   of     the   Fraternal     Order     of
Eagles opened here today.   The first
executive  session   win-   called   to order
by Grand Worth-. President Henrj
Davis, The repoi' ( : the Gran I See'
retarj A. E. Patritlge, shows that tbe
order since June 1905 ha- B Ide I 362
. orle lost twentj. and bow has 1364
iu   goo.]  standing.    1 he  men   -
:ai\\ a a  U' ���  |      i of 42
num ��� ��� 12,671
Fviden:e    in    Indian   Theft    Crse
Given  in Three  Different
Languages.
P       gi   La Prairie, Man.. Aug. 1I.-
An    Indian    named     Chankey    was
i Ight Up at the police court this)
- - . ng . hi gi I with -'��� ling $46
trom .t (i. liclan. A f< at ir< i I thi
case v...-- that the ev ��� nee bad to
be tak< u In three diffei i ai Li og rages
Sioux. Galician and English. Chankey
waa fined is. or in default three
months Impi Isonmeut.
All       Building      Tradesmen       Except
Bricklayers   Threaten   to   Join
CarDenters'  Strike.
Young   Greenway   Dead.
lal CH     Man . kug, 14      lauli
Gi i - - ������ i w a.   son ol   ���    ��� ��� mlei   Green
T-..   nf Mam ol .i  dii -t tonight,
Pcle-Carew Retired.
London, Aug. 14.���Major General
Sn Reginald Pole-Carew, since 1903
cummandi i <: the elgl I b division ol
ine third army corps, and who dls-
��� Dgulshed himself In Boat India and'
African campaigns lias icon retired
wiip  Lhe  rank  of LieuLfGensnal.
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Maple   Leafs Training.
The   Maple  Leaf-New   Westminster
lacrosse   maWcb   to   be   played   here
iip-M  S '.nl.i.v is attracting consider-
a' le   ittentlon  In  the Terminal City,
ami   ii   is  i xpecte I   thai   a    onsl Uw��
al le numl 11 of devotees oi the bj orl
will   . -- ompany   the   team   i n   their \
visit   here.    Harlow  Gall ralth Ls  devoting all bis time to the training ol
-'"   Maple l.i'iifs, and although he la
���   ���  : artic il niy anxious to -< i   thi
" In,  hi   If   confident   that   thej   will
��� in  -.    : be best  game 11 thi
��� n  : he i   cross    sticks    with    the
���   ' -i   Sal unlay.
Ti . ::' i, Aug. 14.���"Unless ihe ear-
rtnters' strike is settled today the
c,il rule will be enforced which
��� teans that with the exception ol
"it brl ��� ayers, whose signed agree-
menl with the employers has two
years to run, every union man engaged on buildings in this city on
which non-union carpenters are employed   wil]   walk  nut.
Never Miss it.
Washington, D, C, Aug. 14-���The
, i ting on ptroller of the currency
today received a telegram from the
bank examiner at Birmingham, Ala.,
stating that the defalcation in the
Firs; National bank of that place will
not exceed $100,000, and that the sol-
vencv of the lank is not affected
by the iocs
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Celebration at Moncton.
Moncton, Aug. 14.���The cornerstone
oi the uew Intercouonial railway
shops waa laid yesterday afternoon
In the ��� Ben e oi three or four
thousand people, The railway shops
and offkx - an I usim bs b uses In
the 111 ' ������������ ere - losed part of the afternoon ; d i the town was dn - -��� A as
If tor a  holiday.
on   Account   of   Departure
of Men.
The   dyking   operations     on     Lulu
Island have been temporarily suspended i n account of the inability of Mr.
Kwen to secure men to carry on the;
work.    The majority  of the men  engaged   in   lbe   work   were   fishermen i
and the advent of the elusive sockeye j
proved   too   much   for   them.      They
therefore exchanged their shovels for
nets  and   their  picks  for  oars.    The
wcrk  had been going on  merrily  for I
the  past   few  weeks and  about  three
fourths   of  the  task  is  already   com-i
p'.eted.    The balance of the work, Mr,
Ewen  is  s.itisfied,  will  be completed
before  the   spring  freshets  arrive  to
complicate matters.
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Man Secures Divorce
Because Wife Is Fat
(-'lib ago, Aug. 14.��� Obesity as a
cause tor divorce has taken Its place
'"' the court records. The supreme
"":" yesterday granted a limited divorce lo Mrs. Sarah Link of 204
Forsyth   street    after   her     husband.
Loui
ii     tailor,    who  married  hei
"hen she.waa slyphlika, and lost hi
'"v" for her because she became tat,
lu"' declined  to contest the suit,
Everything   was   settled     amicably
'   ���" a  husband  and  wire,  and In
'���'"'������'  Hu' tailor  said, with  a   trace of
,h" old-time   affection,  that    If  his
' i:'   evi r  rehired  her  weigh'   to  1 10
'"'""'ir'.   he   would   have   the   divorce
ai"��tl)]ed, and  Ihey  would  go keeping
gain.    Mrs.  Link  now   weighs
226  pounds.
"My  husband  has  been   neglecting
doesn't take me to balls and^parUe
as he used .... and l am tired of his|
inattention and evident lack ol affection for me."
Link said:
-Eighteen  years  ago,  who.,   I was
marled, my wife was small and ban -
some.     Every   year   she   has   grown
stouter,  heavier.    I  have  spenl   hum
I dreds of dollars on anti-fat and n,e   -
; s to reduce he,   weight, but��
no1 ���se.   She continue.      grow. May
H 80metlme when she become,  una
again,   as   she   DKn   1"   be,   W6     '-
i i  remarried,"
Muroriy Parades.
One Bolitary drunk was paraded
'. i fore the police magistrate yesterday morning, John Murphy having
that dubious honor. After admitting
thai the fumes of rye bad proved
lm, powerful I'or him, he was fined
tke usual  J2..rpil  and  costs.
Doctors Will Visit Coast.
Toronto. Aug. 14,���Fifty delegates
to the Iiriiish Medical association convention, which opens next week, have
signified their intention Of visiting
the  Pacific  coast.
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Birthday Congratulations.
Toronton, Aug. 14.���Goldwin Smith
vesterday received congratulations on
his   viril   birthday.
Killed  in  War.
Ti   onto, A ig, l..- -Mathias Zock, a
toi mer  Ton ntonian   bus  b< en   kibe 1
ii:   actli n   in   the   Philippines,
Idaho Man Delighted.
J. A. Walden. agent of the O. R.
<�� M. railway at WBrdner, Idaho, was
a visitor in the citv yesterday! and
registered at the Guichon hotel. This
was Mr. Walden's first visit to the
Royal City, and he expressed himself
as delighted with the appearance of
the place He returned home on the
afti .noon':- G. N, it. train, accompanied by Mis. Walden and family.
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Gas   Diviu-nos.
Nov,-  York, Aug. 14.���The executive
committei    oi   the   Consolidated   Gas
com pan.   I   I      re   n an ided   I    thej
board o    lirect    i that i he usual quar-
lerlj ii.     ��� i '        ���������    er ci nt, I e de-
( hired.
n   Morgan's   Scheme   May   Be
Reimbursed.
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Managing Director Buntzen, of the
B C. E. R. Co., and party returned
yesterday afternoon from a long drive
over tlie five municipalities interested in tlie projected new tramway
scheme.
The  party  left  Chilliwack on  Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and travelled as far as Abbotsford that day,
where  they   remained  for the  nigbr���
Starting  again  at  seven  o'clock  yesterday morning, the remainder of the
trili was made under distressing conditions, as it rained most of the time.
Reeve Kickbush, of Chilliwack, dro.e
the party along the projected line of
the new tramway, pointing out to Mr
Buntzen   the   diffeient   places   of   interest   along   the   route.     Mr.   Builf-
zen's   attention   was   directed   to   the
fine fruit  grown in the belt  through
which  they  drove, and he was much
impressed  with the samples lie  saw.
Mr. Huntzen expressed liis intention
of re-imbursing the fanners and oth-
(ra who have invested In the Morgan
tiam  scheme  if  the  proposed   bylaw
passes.    He  N  willing to do this because he dues  not   want   lhe farmers
lo  lose   mono',   over  the  scheme,   an I
not   because   the   B.   ('.   E.  R.   Co.  is
legally responsible.    Mr.  Buntzen intends   leaving   for   London,   England,
Ui ct   Sal :   i. y,   and   the   resull   of  the
ipon the    ; laws  in   connection
wiih the :  o] osed .: imway will    he
' a ib  I  :    bim a    - ion as it is known.
Harvesters Go  West.
Toronto,   Aug.   14.���Foui    thousand
carve8ters  left   this    afternoon    for
Canadian west,
Baseball   This   Evening.
This   evening's   baseball     game     al
Queen's  Park  should  prove an  inter-
' sting   event,   lhe   teams   being   fairly1
evenly   matched,    "rhe  players  were1
selected  at  a meeting held last  night j
at ll. Ryall's ofiice, quite a number of
baseball   enthusiasts   being     present.
lhe teams  will  he captained  hy  c.
A.  Deans  and   Alex.  Cunningham   respectively.    Deans' team will be composed  ol:   Sinclair, first   base;   Price,
pitcher;   Turner,  second  base;   Smith, i
catcher;   Lewis,  shorl     slop:     flute,
left   field;   Silver,  third   base;   Wolfe,
linht   field;    and   Deans,   center   field,
Cunnigham's team will be Belected
iiom the following: Cunningham, captain; Peele, pitcher; Malcolmson,
catcher; Eastman, Hughes. Leamy,
Bilodeau, McArthur. Windsor ani
Fletcher.
Ogilvie Mills Saved
By the Fire Fighters
Montreal, Aug, 14. Damage to the
extent ol $3,000 was caused i y fire
which broke out this afternoon in the
elevator of the Ogilvie Flour Mills
company. At one time it setjfned as
if the whole of the buildings of the
company were doomed but the prompt
arrival of lhe fire brigade and the
��� xcellent work of the employees confined the fire to the cupola in the
lop of the building. Within an hour
after the alarm had been sent in all
danger bad passed. There were 200,-
000 bushels of grain in tho elevator
ui iho linip- and while the damage
by fire is small the damage by water
'.���ill  be considerable.
An overheated bearing on one of
the pulleys at the top ot the building
Is supposed to have been the cause
cf the tire. The three mills of the
company have an output of 9,000 barrels a day. The management stated
last night Unit there will be no interruption   in   the   business     of   the
company,
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Henry Carscallen Dying.
Hamilton, Aug. 14.���Henry Carscallen, K. (A M. P. i'.. chairman of ihe
private iu'is committee of ihe Ontario legislature ami member for East
Hamilton, lb - at iho point of death
at his T si Price here from acute
Bright's disi ase
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. ,
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For the table���for cooking���
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
is without an equal. Always the
same perfect quality.
QUESTION OF HELP
BECOMES SERIOUS
COQUITLAM PEOPLE
OBJECT TO HINDOOS
Attention   of   the   Council    is   Called
to   Drunkenness   and   Unclean
Premises.
General   Manager   Hays   Talks   About
G. T. P. Construction  Work
in   the   West.
Toronto,     Aug.     14.���Sir     Charles
Rivers-Wilson,  of  London,   president
of the Grand Trunk Railway company; Lady Wilson, Charles M. Hays,
Montreal, general manager; E. H.
Htzhugh, third vice president, and F.
H. McGuigan, fourth vice president,
accompanied by some friends of Sir
Charles Rivers-Wilson, arrived in To-
Thai the growing Hindoo immigra- ronto last evenlnir.
tion into this province is being look- jjr. Hays was asked about the
ed upon with disfavor by many of Grand Trunk Pacific Railway com-
the different municipalities is made pam 's intentions with reference to
evident from a resolution passed at! tne manner in which the line be-
the meeting of the Coquitlam council 1 tween Edmonton and Prince Rupert
held in the municipal hall on August would be constructed; whether ir
11. The matter was brought to the j Would be built right through from
notice of the reeve and councillors Edmonton to Prince Rupert, or built
by a protest sent to them, in which from ,,,���!, enfla to the middle at the
the writer complained that the Hin- toot-hills. He said that as soon as
doos employed at the mills iu the ;!l(. n���,u, was definitely dec; lei on,
neighborhood were a menace to the the company would build from every
community, being frequently drunk p088iBie ,���,jnt. wiih a view to rush-,
and disorderly on the public roads. |ng wo1-k as much as could be done,
and that while in such a condition There wore four passes I - e con-
tbey wore liable to do considerable sidoreil. and ii required some time to
damage The sanitary arrangements decide on the bes; mute.
of their dwellings also lefl much to xhe question of help was becoming
be desired, and it was important thai serious, not only for the Grand Trunk
ihis should be attenood to without railway, but also for the Grand Trunk
delay. After the communication had paojftc, 1, was impossible to get
been read and commented upon, enough men for the shops, and when
Councillor Brennan was instructed to j. Came to ibe question of procuring
see the proper authorities. I men to work on the railway ii was
Other communications  received  at|worse    Ml.  Hayg saia thal the prob-
the   council   meeting    Included    one  1(,m o{ pro0uring help was becoming
from Indian Agenl  McDonald, enclos-   more~difficult to solve, and he would
ing  a   check  from  the  Indian  depart-   like ,() see a ���Tf..|t  lnflux of iaborers j
menl   for   work   done  on   the   Indian   j,)t0 t])e nominion.
road.    This was received  and  tiled.   .
A letter was received from Councillor .1. T. Cosens, asking for further
leave of absence for one month..
This was granted,
A communication was received from
II. E. Beasley respecting the Indian
roaiJ. crossing. This was received
and the clerk instructed to reply.
The  reeve and clerk  were authorized to sign the checks for the school I and pine R,ve;. ]iasseg] conseailently
accounts when Ihe same were present-, ,ho ,.ome whkh wi], be ulUmately tol.
ed by the secretary. ; iowetj  |,y  the  road  is yet  undecided.
In  consequence of  the  resignation! _.  	
of School  Trustee  Smith,  it. was re-;
solved  to hold a nomination meeting Grants Water Application.
on   Monday   August   20,   in   the   hall j     Water  Commissioner  C.   C.   Fisher
from 12 a. m. to 2 p. m. and if an  yesterday    forenoon considered    and
election should be necessary, to hold 1 eventually granted the application of
the same on August 2:1. I Joseph   Gonsalves   of   Vancouver   fur
The clerk was instructed to write 30 inches of water from an unnamed
lo the C. P. R. and ask for a cross-! lake which lies about 300 yards from
ing on Lot 463 t 1 connect with thej the north east corner of lot 1543. The
trunk road. ' 'al;e  f'"om  which the  water  is to be
Councillor   Brennan   reported   that taken is about 3-4 of a mile long by
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.
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Lime
Juice,
Bathing
etc.
AT
RYALLS
Drug   Store
Edmonton, Aug. 14.���G. T. P. engineers are at present examining a new-
pass through the Rockies. Its location
is not definitely stated, but the engineers are quite satisfied that it can be
crossed easily. The grades would hot
be unusually heavy, and the construction cost would be moderate. They ���
are  also at   work  in  the  Yellowhead
Jot
Printing
ARROW PRESS
Open for Business
July 4, 1906.
Public Notice!
with Mayor Keary, of New Westminster, he had interviewed Manager
Sperling of the B. C. E. R. Co. with
regard to repairs on pipe line road
1-1 of a mile wide.    The point of diversion is about 300 yards  from the
north  east  corner of the  lots  occu-
I pied by it, and the water will be used
The   collecior   reported   having   re-  for   domestic   and   agricultural     pur-
reived   the  sum  of  $229.76   since  his i loses.
list  report. i     Two applications were  filed by D.
The  following accounts  were  pass-; C.  McGregor    of    Burnaby    for    ten
e(j. I inches of water each from two streams
C,   M,   Shaw,   road   work.   $2;     I)A flowing through  lot   164.    The  water
Blue   janitor of hall,  $18.50;    John applied for is to be used for domestic
Hoy,' paymaster's  expenses.  $14.26;  and agricultural purposes.
M   Marshall  ditto, $24.76; .lohn Smith, 1     Yesterday afternoon H. C.  Briee of,
salarj and stamps, $2:',; R. (',. Morince.   Sumas    registered   applications
(lilting   thistles,  $2:   Dingle     &  Gal-
1 raith, printing, $5.50.
Those preseni at the meeting were:
Reeve   Booth,   ounclllors   Shaw,
McLean and Brennan.
Fox,
for
two records on streams in the Sumas
district, the first for five inches and
the latter for three. The water is to
be  used   for  domestic    and     agricul-
1 tural purposes.
Travis Well Known Here.
Walter Travis the traveller for the
Stanley Park Brewing company who
took his own life by means of hanging at Quamichan hotel, Duncans on
Monday morning was well known in
this citv and during last exhibition,
was in the employ of the exhibition ^a on,y knock out the man was snt'
board. Shortly after leaving this ferin* fmm had "eeu administered
citv  he entered  the  employ  of  the|over the bar'   ,,e tound the miin t0
Booze Knocks Him Out.
As Officer Stevens was making his
rounds by Mc.Innis street: last night
he came across a man stretched
prone across the sidewalk. Ue turned him over In search of marks of
violence,   and   soon   discovered   that
The annual general meeting of the shareholders of
the New Westminster Southern Railway Company will
be held at the offices of the
V. W. & Y. in Vancouver at
10 o'clock A. M. on Wednesday, the 5th day of September, 1906.
T. J. TRAPP,
Secretary.
���	
Cordwood
For Sale
Brewing company. While hero he was
the guest of J, Polngdestre to whom
he owed a small debt. About a
couple of weeks ago be senl Mr.
Polngdestre a case of sion! as a present which Mr, Polngdestre asknowl-
edged. Last Monday the manager of
the Brewing company wailed on Mr.
Polngdestre to find oui   whether he
lie an Italian fisherman from Ladner named Joseph Franescl, who has
for the past week been trying to
empty the city saloons and who hal
bei n pulled out of the way of pedestrians for two or Ihree nights in
succession. As a precautionary measure, lest other folks should be deprived   of   their   drinks   the     officer
had   any  clue  to  Ihe   wherealiouls of   waUzed   his   maD   o(f   ,0   "10   Pollce
station.    This  morning  the   Inebriate
will hear what the magistrate thinks
ot him,
the missing man and Incidentally presenting a bill for the stout. Travis
had been away for some time and
his accounts were in somewhat bad
shape. Despondency is supposed to
have been the cause of the untimely
Lucy Refuses to Squeal.
Lucy   Peters,    the    Fort     Douglas
manner of his death.   The remains are ( klootch,   who   was  arrested     Monday
to  be  brought  to  Vancouver  for  Interment.
evening by Chief McLntosh for having whiskey in her posession, was
fined $25 and costs by Captain Pittendrigh at the lKjlice * court yesterday
morning.    She either  could    not    or
Well-seasoned Pine Cord-
wood; could deliver on scow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
Hammond.
MOREY'S
China Department
Is filling up.   Come and see the lovely
TEA SETS,
DINNERWARE,
GLASSWARE, Etc.
 AT	
MOREY'S   Columbia SL
Noisy Man Forfeits Bail.
Henry  Falconer,  the noisy  Individ-
Sal who attempted to kick in several] would not tell the name of the white [
doors in the lower end of the city on   man who supplied the liquor, but as'
Monday  afternoon,  and   who  was  re-; the   police   have   a   good   description
leased   on  $23  bail   after   being  kept   of bim, they expect to Introduce him ���
in the lockup for some time, failed toj to the police magistrate before many
appear when his name was called at j days.    Lucy languished In her cell all
the  police court yesterday    morning,  day yesterday while waiting for some-;
and   the  magistrate  ordered   the  bail   one to come around with the amount,
ti  bo estreated. Iof her fine.
S. G. TIDY,
.... FLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, BOQUETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
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and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
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EDNESDAY, AUGUST  15, 1��06.
THE DAILY NEWS
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BREAD THAT IS WHITE!
ROLLS THAT ARE LIGHT!
CAKES JUST RIGHT!
I
RISING   SUN   FLOUR
Manufactured   and   Guaranteed   lr
For   Sale   by   all   G
rocers.
I THE    WESTERN    MILLING    CO.,     LTD.
I CALGARY,   ALBERTA    '
��� p.    G.     DAWSON,     Agent,     145     Masting*     Street     West,     Vancouver |
A PERFECT SET
OF TEETH FOR
Westminster Iron Works PRAIRIE provinces
DEMAND D. C, FilUII
������* f^E^
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We guarantee them to tit beautifully and to
be the equal of the best set of teeth you ever saw
costing twice as much. Our mechanical experts
are men of long experience (we employ no others!
and their work is the best known to the Dental
Profession.
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Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of   British  Columbia.
Seale 1 tende -������ iddressi : to the of-
ti ������ of the CommlE sii ni r . 11 iminl n
Lan Is, Departn enl of the Interior,
an I marke I on the envelope "Ten ler
foi Timi er Berth No. 195," ���::: be|
receive al this Depa enl until
i.oon on "' lm - lay, Ihe 12th day of
.-' ��� - . ' 6, foi .' license to cul
timber on Berth No. 495, situate in
the Pn vince of Bi Itish < lolumbia on
S Ivi : River in about Townships 3 an 1
���I. Rangi a 25 and 26, West of the 6th
Meridian, comprising two blocks, de-
-  rib< I as follows:
Bl ��� ������. i C ��� me i Ing at a point on
said river <'.u the Southerly boundary
������'. Timbei Berth 489, being about 8
1-2 miles ' up said River from its
ii.i nth; thence up said River 4
1-2  miles  in   direct   distance  with  a
I lopth of '. i chaim on the Easterly
side and 70 hams on the Westerly
si le thi reof, mi asur�� I at right angli -
| to the general bearing >f the river
within  the  I luck.
2.    C     on nt ing  at  a
on  said  river about  40    chains    up
I fi  m thi   S   ;':.-        boundary
I  o ck 1;  thenci    ip  stream 4  1-2
miles In liri I dlst ince with a ���:��� | h
i : ".-I i bairn i n the Easterly side and
Tn chains on the ... - - rly side thereof,  meas un 1  al   rig':"   angl is to the
Other prices worth coming miles to profit by :
Gold Filling .
Platina Filling
Silver Filling .
$1.00
$1.00
50c
Gold Crowns .... $5.00
Bridge Work I-,) $5.00
Set of Teeth  .   . . $5.00
Consultation and Examination Free of.Charge.
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee.
Ihe Boston Dentists, %
Hou a 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remember the Place
407   Hastings   St. VV.,   Vancouver
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
telephone 12. New Westminst
GENERAL MACHINE A.mj ENGINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, KlUDUfc. and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental   iron   WorK,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders nnd correspondence In
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STREET.
New Westminster. r. O. 474.
B. C. Monumental Works
TRAP OWNERS WANT
CHANCE AT COHOES
Mr.   Palmer  Talks  About  Increase   of
Interest   in   Products  of
Banner   Province.
Fctition   to   Federal   Government   for
Extension   cf  Operations  T-ll
September   15.
JAMES   McKAY,  Proprietor.
That there Is an ap] arpntlj unliii.it
e i den an i In the : ralrie provin ���-.
Cor all the fruit �� hich may be gn wn
in British Columbia and, further, that
.'.ip- qua Ity of the product offered is
more than satisfactory to the consum-
��� a, are statements made by Provin-
cial Office! Palmer on liis return to
Vancouver. Mr. Palmer has just returned from a round of the fairs at
In ird : ; ii tie efficiency of traps
the      i boes may be fully
leste 1, be wners of traps on Van-
i >u\ r Island have petitioned the ted-
- .il governmenl to extend ilie trap
season from August 25 to September
15.
This species ot" salmon i.s just commencing to run, and it is expected that
ihe fish will continue fairly numerous
of
Importer and manufacturer
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones [tc.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster.  B.  C.
Winnipeg, Brandon, Moose Jaw,, Re- till the riddle of next month. Should
gina, Killarney ami other places In the government grant the desired per-
the section.,   At  all these exhibitic ns  mission it is just possible that the re-
British Columbia fruit was exhibi ed
and the interest the specimens aroused was noteworthy. The facts that
i; was possible to ripen fruit so early
was the occasion of greatest surprise
| to maiy,
"I   found,"   says   Mr.   Palmer,  "that
: the interest in British Columbia as a
fruit-growing country and a desirable
place to live in had certainly increased since  my  last   visit.    There were
-.urns trom the traps In cohoes might
n a measure make up for Ilie poor re-
lults oi the Bockeye season, which is
now drawing to a close.
Professor E. E. Prruce [chairman.)
and the members of the Fisheries
commission have been requested to
endorse the petition of the trapp
owners.
 o	
NOTICE.
Steamboat Inspection Service.
Tbe examination of the candidates
-. h i have applied for tbe position of
i; pector of Hull and Equipment of
steamboats will take place at tbe
Steamboat Inspector's Office. Victoria,
B. C, on August :2nd, 1906.
F. GOURDEAU,
Deputy Minister of Marine and
Fisheries.
Killed Under Wagon Wheals.
many inquiries .--pecially ahout ihe Chesley, Ont., Aug. 14.���Sada Ruth-
climate. The demand for British Co-'Nelli ,i]e 14-year-old daughter of Guy
lumbla fruit is very strong. The Rutbven, a farmer of Elderslie town-
lyers there say. 'Send us all you ship, was tilled yesterday by the
like it' it." Nor is there any reason; wheels of a wagon passing over her.
to fear competition from eastern fruit,   ghe  fell   in  front   of  the  wagon.  In
NOTICE.
gi -.���        :p ;. ing     ���   river   within  the i
Mock.    The wh; le (< ntains an area
i '  8,640 acres, n   r<   oi  less,
The survey  is  tc   be  n ade  within
oni   yei n iei] I  i I tenders.
The regulations under which a|
license will be issued, also printed Notice is hereby given that 30 days
I tormi ,,. .,;,,,. .,.,,| , .1V |0pe| ;,.;.-. bei iter date 1 intend to make appllca-
obtained al this Department or at the tion to the Honorable the Chief Com-
,l!;.,. oj He Crown Timber Agent missioner of Lands an.l Works, for
at   Ni w  Westminster,  B.  C. \ special Licence to cut and carry away
Each lender mus!   be    accompanied   timber   from  the  following  described
for till who have tried the British
Columbia fruit are unanimous in declaring that it is superior to anything  they   have   bad   before."
Mr. Palmer reports general progress
throughoul all the districts he visited.
The wheat crop as he saw II appeare 1
to lie aboul on a par with the big crop
of last   year.
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Butchers   Postpone   Picnic.
"I'he   seventh   annual   butchers'   picnic  which  was to have been held  in
whii h   she   and   her
leading   grain,   when
came restive.
11 roth er     were
the  liorses   be-
acepted   cheque   on   a   chart- binds,  situated  East  of the head of  North Vancouver today has been post-
by
stud bank in favor uf the Deputy of  Pitt  Lake. N, \Y. District:  Commenc-
the  Minister i I  the  Interior, for the  ing at  a stake planted on the North
Ijamounl ol the bonus which the appli-1 East   corner  of  tbe  E.  O.   Patterson
cant Ie i  epared to pay for a license,  old claim No.  1093, thence Northerly
No tender by telegraph will be en-! su chains,  thence West    so    chains,
Meat Chokes Farmer.
Pictou, Ont, Aug. 14.���Robert Shaw,
a fanner about 50 years of age, was
choked to death yesterday by a piece
of raw meat. Shaw had been drinlr-
iKg, and purchased the meat from a
butcher and proceeded at once t t
eat it  raw.
tertained
i1 IRLEY  G.  KEYES,
Secretary.
: .     ��� ���: - v   of thi   Inti rlor,
Ottawa, July 27th, 1906.
thence  South  SU chains,  thence  E is1
mi chains ti poinl of commencement.
Staked   August   13th,   1906.
JAMES  SHARPE.
Ni v.  Westminster, B. 0
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poned for one week in order to give
the weather bureau a chance to arrange for a more settled article. The
butchers' picnic is becoming one of
the largest trade outings of Its kind
on the coast. Last year over A'1""
people attended the picnic and had
a g i ���<] tiriiP1.    In the afternoon theie
rue   spoAtS   and   a   barbecue   done    r
in   princely   stj le.     In   the   evi oing
there is a  I Ig dance  which  is  kej
goli) 5   'i'i   il lyllght.    This   yer,   accord! ��� .     Ids   fail   ti
; lie    i   ���       ��� he sei l< s of picnl
ftmC       -       x "t
��' SS      Ti'T ������'   '        ���'.,
Vice President Whyte III.
William Whyte, second vice president of the C. P. R, who has been
on the coast for the past week, is
suffi Ing so much from ihe effects oi
a recently contracted cold, that he
has been unable to proceed east. Mr.
Whyte is now staring at the Hotel
Vancouver, and he will remain there
Until   be   i8   SUfflclentl)    recovered   to
li ive for his headqu irters a!   Winni-
It    vas   Mr.   v. bj te's   intention   to
bo.-���   --'i   Van      ������ r  on  Sunday   [or
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Plug  Chewing
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10c per cut
i   repn hal     city    an I
New Westminster.    The teams '���
not  yei   I een   seh   I   I,  : m   li   Is  understood that they will ! r> composed]
ol  seme of the  regular playi rs, and
smeral new
AT THE   HOTELS.
0  Ich in   J. M   I met, Ottawa;
f al li i and  wiie, Wardner  Isle
VA  Pen;.. Winnipeg;  It. J.  Potts.
couver;    A.    Bunzen,   Seattle:
Mrs.  and
I. A.
It.
Van-
Mrs,
Miss
minster will  be present, and  an
teresting  Berles  of matches  will
���;;': *ho bavo "romlsed   Fisher and  children,
to play.   On Monday  the New West-   Drg|.     wlnnlpeg;   P,   ,,OIlIK.|iv,   p.
minster  C.   r.   is   g ilng  to   Victoria  ,.    ,, ���,,
.      , G    Davis,   \ an- olive,'.
��� tn  take  par!   in   the  i rickel   tourna-     , ,.,,.,,. ... ....
��� .  . .   ,.   ., Colonial���H,    I.   (  iIlelnBer,   ( hilb-
i ment   to   be  held   there.    Teams  rep- ,.,,,,, ,-��� ,    ���      ������
..       ,. ... wack   Charles Holmes, Victoria   Miss
resenting  Vancouver,  Victoria,  Seat-   ....        a    ��� ,   ,
A,    .,. ,-,.,,      ... Allison,   Seattle;   Edward  Jones  and
tie,   I acoma. Portland and New West-      .,       ' ���,    ,,    ,, ,    ,r
; wile,    lorontu;    \\.   II,   Diirand,   Van-
in-1
i couver. ������"
I icjmuujs   M-ries   m   inaiciies   wm   be1
played i     Windsor���Henry    West,     Langley;
��� 0  | Mr. ami Mrs. lioiiingsworih, Vancou
ver;   ii.   0.   Meickson,  Elgin;   B.   L.
Italian  Stabs Contractor. | Dawson, E. P. Morrison, Vancouver.
Montreal. Aug. 1 I.���Antoine Cordas- Cosmopolitan���Mrs. Tingley. Ilain-
���'��� an Italian labor agent, and one of mend; D. QXbbard, Mission: John
���!n mosl conspicious Italian person-1 Baylej and wife, Vancouver: 11. Har-
alities In Montreal, was Btabbed In ford, G, Hartley, Victoria; M. Mclion-
hi    home   on   st.  .lames  street,   lasi   aid, Matsqui,
night, sustaining a deep gash in the I>o;o;-.l. Brodrlck, Sumas: Henry
lefl cheek The assailant was om Luida, Mission; J. J, McKay. Mill-
' ��� his own countrymen who managed  side: a. McGuire, Sumas; W. Stewart,
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15,
THF   DAII Y NEWS            ent circumstances people have adopt- ness to build railways as a business
ed the false and dangerous idea that! proposition, instead of banging around
ny   1 ne uaip    ^ews ruii-    j                            better, but rould    not grabbing for a subsidy has been favor-
Isbing   Company.   Limited,   at  their                 a                   '
jffices   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front   be   worse.    That  mischievous  notion ably  commented  on;   it   deserved  to
.. ts led to lamentable blunders.   But I e.   But some of the complainants in
during exceptionally  prosperous  oon- this    matter   are  themselves    never
ditions  there  is  no  excuse  for  blun- tired   of   singing  the  praises   of   Mr.
J. C  Brown P..  J.  Burde   dering,  and  those  who  demand    the; McBride   and   bis    government,    and
                    - - I disturbing of trade and the increase "burning    incense"   to   them.      And
of public burdens for their own bene-
' fi; are under obligation to make out
i a clear and unassailable case. Another
Published by The Daily News Pub-
Company,   Limited,   at   t"
corner   of   Sixth   and   F
ritreets. New Westminster, B. C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
Brown R.  J.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,   10
cents per line (nonpariel)  12 lines to,
tbe  inch.       Five  cents   per   line  for I circumstance  militating  against    the
what have they done to deserve It?
Echo answers. What? As a matter
of fact, as some critical reader might
point   out,   to   such   a   question,   any
subsequent Insertions.
campaign for a sweeping revision  is   well   regulated   echo   would     answer
Reading notices, bold face type, 20   ,ile  buoyant revenue which the pres-
md there you have tbe sum of
cents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 ; Uu..ft   js   producto��     when   .it | the  McBride government  accomplish-
ocst s nor line
For   time   contracts,   special   posi-! was declared ��n(ler the old Natio,ial! ment.   Its members, or some of them,
tons, apply to advertising manager.       Policy   that   a   modified   tariff   could j have gone up and down the country
Notices   of   births,   marriages   or   increase the revenue while lessening | (at   the   expense   of    tbe     country)
deaths, 50c.   Wants, for sales, lost or ; ,ne burden on the taxpayers, journals j shouting, We are IT! That is all. And
found, rooms to let  etc., one cent per ; politicians innocent of economic  the  organs   in   chorus -��� answer,   You
word.      No advertisement taken for ��� .
1��sj than 25 cents. wisdom declared lbe thing impossible,   are!    That may, or may not, fill the
Now that the trick has been done be- ��� bill  as election  talk:   but   when one
fore  their eyes  they  stand and  won-  comes to the question of the progress
TELEPHONES.
Business office   221 der  how the cucumber was put Into of Canada  and of the  Province, the
Editorial   office     17; the   bottle.
,'i'owth   and   prosperity  of   the,  coun-
Manager's  residence
 277
?'',��V4,
ng_p��
Another suggestive circumstance Is try, the men who are talked about
the opposition developing In the farm-j are naturally the men who do things,
ing    community.    The  farmers    lose: not the hot air artists.
heavily every year by  the protection
policy, but are quite willing to stand
WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST   15,  1906.
THE   COMING   REVISION   OF   THE
TARIFF.
The dispute which has arisen over
lit   for the  benefit  of  manufacturing j the will of the late Russel Sage has
Industries,   If their good nature is lm- a moral for rich m&a, and that moral
posed Upon, however, by demands for   Is,  (live  it   away  while  you  are here
general   increases,   they   will   be   in- to see that the right person gets It,
clined to ''carry the war into Africa,"! The will provided that anv one dls-
I ho    1 ui'onto   Globe   Is   11.   such   ;t
,.,... and   demand   general   rebel.     Recent  pat ing  it   should   lose  tbe  legacy  as-
good  position to   udge ol  the Bet of .           , ,
.,                        _.                 ,,,. .         ,��� revelations  m  regard    to    Industrial   signed   him,   but   tbe   lawyers     sub-
the. curieii; in Dominion .affairs, com-
. ,        ,      ....    ,    .,   .   ,,        ,, and  commercial combines have    also   scribed  10 a guarantee  fund  to Bave
menial   nnd   political,   that   the   sub-
.. helped to discredit  the demands  for one of the smaller legatees from loss
greater restrictions.   The general situation  and  all   the  changes   leading
Hug. 15 In Bistorv.
U18 ��� Alexis Qoouttenus,
famous Greek-Roman
empiTor. died.
1369 ��� I'hillppn. ppieen of
Edwiinl III. anil British heroine, died.
1599 ���Roberi Blake, famous English admiral,
born at Bridsewater;
died 1 57.
1769���Napoleon Bonaparte
born at AJacclo, Corsica; died 1821.
1771���Walter Scott born; died 1832.
1814���Battle of Fort Krie.
1824���Lafayette landed ln New Vnrk.
1868���First Atlantic cable message.
1880���Adelaide Neilson, remarkably beautiful actress, well known and very
popular in America, died In Paris;
born near Saragossa, Spain, I860.
1896���General John D. Imboden, famous
Confederate cavalryman, died, at
Abingdon, Va.: born 1821.
1900��� Peking entered by the allied troops
after a sharp baUU* at the
W. R. Gilley, 'Hnone Vi-'i.
J. R. Gniey, vno
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers tn
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
D/..-.1 Crade.
We strie.- nr. I p! in to get ahead;
To win the prize mir coats wo shed.
But we are lucky If we stand
A slender chance to get a hand,
And    more    than    likely    trom    some
"ppite"
Instead of both we get tho boot.
PERT PARAGRAPHS,
Also agents B. O. Pottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Po rtland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. D
'Phone lb
epot J
HIS PLEA.
if he would  go ahead and give them
tbe job of "bursting"  the  will,  Now
joined extracts trom ,1  rece
in its columns will probably turn out
to  be  a   pretty  close  outline of the
tariff  policy of the government:
That a general or extensive revision, with its inevitable unsettling of
industry and shifting of the currents
of  trade,   would  not   be  in  the best
interests   of  the   Dominion   was   the  the C0Untry wi,h "' scheme thorouS����-1 aire's  big  accumulations  may go to
lawyers'  fees;   which   is exactly
up to it point the wisdom of mlnimiz- it is said that the document contains
lng legislative disturbance at the1 an erasure which will furnish the
present time. Tbe Ministry have time 1 pivot upon which years of litigation
to weigh well all proposed changes may be hung. In this way a very
and  to come before parliament  and considerable slice of the late million-
opinion advanced by the Globe during
the Inquiry and in all the discussions'
lhal attend it. and all the circunu
stance:; whicb bave since developed
have tended to strengthen that view.
The Globe's position has been that
where positive injustice is shown to
exist the wrong should be righted, as
far tis  possible,  by  removing or low
ly   considered   in   every   feature   and
detail.
what the author of the will was anxious to avoid.
We  have  seen   in  some  provincial
papers a complaint that certain Can-j    Away east in the ambitious city of
adian   journals   are   always   ready   to! Hamilton.   Ontario,  they   have a live!
laud .1. .1.  Hill and "burn incense at j water question.    The Spectator is af-'
his shrine."    For ourselves, we can- ter the water department with a sharp
not, say that we have noticed anything stick, and it yells this little story in
ering the duties, Ihat relief should be !calling  for  remark  in  that direction,  support of its  position:     "Last night
given by lessening the taxation on the j Ir  is true that Canadian papers have   tbe  new  high  level reservoir  at the!
suffering industry, and not by creat-  recorded  Mr.  Hill's  sayings  and   do- head   of  James  street    was    nearly
lng new obstructions to enable the I ings at some length in recent times;
suffering industry to shift its burden bu then, there were important do-
lo lbe general public. ings  to  record,   and   sayings    worth
From every part  of the Dominion listening   to,   to   report,      Certainly
comes   the  report   that   times  never there has been no .adulation,  so  far clean up. The reservoir was full again
were   better.    Fnder   entirely   differ-! as   we   have   observed.     His   willing-  this morning."'
empty���half the bottom lieing without
water. Those who passed saw much
slime and many toads, and imagined
that   the   department   was   about   toi
If a booster is a
boomer, why isn't a
rooster a rumor?
Remorse is an attempt of your conscience to get square
with you for neglecting it.
A man is presumed to be Innocent by
the law until he is
proved guilty, but
not by the neighbors.
By the time a woman succeeds In
buying a new gown she begins to look
sb ipworn,
Ue careful how you extend favors if
you don't want to make enemies.
When a  Mali  Is *,> trouble lie is tOO
busy to Invite nth.-.'- In on the assurance that the water Is fine.
In one respect boys are much better
during  vacation than ia school  time.
Tbey never ] lay hooky.
As far as mutual benefit Is concerned
a rich relation Is apt to be a poor connection.
Not being aide to ramember is not
nearly so distressing ns not being able
to forget.
The point of too many jokes Is a vanishing point.
Lawyer For the Defense: "And, gentlemen of ih-. jury, it should no; ss
held agnmst my client that he has already been arristd six times. Hi.-, could
a man so marked by nature be expected to elude the ?'- '-��� ��� ' ��� " "e ls r>
eriro*1" ,
$150 in Gold
t/mmEUis.iit wMwearc-
Reichenbach Company,  Limited
PRIZE
CONTEST
Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 906
First Prize $50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their 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.
IM.PORTANT-.A11 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
9
Columbia Street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
Ltd
New Westminster
,T?
���A ���E0��eSOAY, AUGUST 15. IM.
THE DAIL>  NEWS
THE CASH  STORE
THE NEW
FALL COATS
For which a number of our customers have asked���are here. As
,, piested we herewith announce their arrival���this shipment is
the balance ot our purchases for tall���and Includes,
RAINCOATS
in Cravanette, Covert and Tweed,
In light and dark shades���for ladies and children���all sizes from
six years up. Particulars will appear in this and other papers from
time to time���meantime���if you are an admirer of the choicest to
be had���now is the best chance you'!! have to see them���step in
one of these days and take a look.
WE CAN'T SELL
an antidote for dry  smok\  weather���but  we  can    recommend    a
p] mge at the  seaside���and sell you the necessary towels.
White  Turkish,  Brown  Turkish,   Real   Line:!   Turkish    and    the
famous "Christie's"���linen Turkish     ide in Man.-  ter, England.
White  Turkish Towels,  wiih n I
,:.;   :,..-1: im  -tt  per  pair,
iwn   \\;' h   re 1   ar.d
25 cents
w bite Turkish, with red bordei     md     rowi    vii
es; larger size, per pair,   lette    ������- Ight,
and        I
35 cents
I     ��� white Turkish���white with   red    ir  brown
tripes; I irge  size an I quite        .   ;     ir pair,
50 cents
Real  linen Turkish Towels, in thi   thing to warm you
up after a   ' inge; good large size ;   each,
75c, 50c and 40 cents
Real linen Turkish T iwels, in wh
l.ilitb'   :    ear'.:,
large   sizes;   good
85c and 75 cents
Ladies' White aud Cream Conor. Vests, with half sleeves and no
sleeves,
12 1-2 cents
Still we're clearing out the Bummer goods- lown no the prices;
.... e giving values every day now���that should be appreciated���
prices on many things are down to cost- prices on other things
are  below cost���but we don't    ;���     - sople   o -anywaj they're
tins.
Sea Ide Hose for ladies and misses���bla k���8 1-2, tt ani 9  1-2, for-
i:.e pair, now pair,
10 cents
Ladies'   Black   and   Tan   ("otto.   Hose,    with    prettil)    embroidered
i���iu white,  blue, yellow.  |   a       nd    ed;   now  pair,
25 cents
.   Black Cotton Hose, full  fashlo seamless,  Hermsdorf
.villi natural  woo! or merli irmei     35c, now
25 cents
n.l ese    CO!  ll V    ' SI
'i- I ir,
20 cents
a] mese Silks, In  .   agi ������ i
I
Local News Briefly Told
i
35 cents
��� a Blouses, going now at cleai mce es, thi i's hardlj space
0 describe them accurate! '   're  - >  lawn  and
o    mdy, lighl  colored pen-ale and   ch; n ,ra      and c    lawn-
trimmed  with Insertion lace  and  tucks:   $1.25  tor 75c, $1.75
and  $2.00 for $1.25, $2.75 for $1.95, $3.50 for $2.45.
T. H. Smith
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
�����---*
Come In and see our assortment, of the famous
Eaton-Hurlbut
Stationery
which arrived a short time ago.
It is swell.
).). MACKAY & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
Phone 157.
>*4
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest Stock in the City.
Mounted     In   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Ckraberlin
iIMMMONQS! n�� J����ler-   -   c��to,biaSl-
Mrs ('. A. Welsh ar.d family are
camping at Boundary Bay this week.
Miss Budge of this city is .-pending
i tew days at Crescent Island, the
guest of Miss McDonald.
The     Kamloops   agricultural     fair
nl  exhibition  will  be held at that
1 place on Sept. 28, 27, and 2S.
Mrs. Carter Smith and sons bave
I returned homo after spending a sea-
I son in camp at Boundary Bay.
���lames    Loney | of   Elgin   had   bis
finger  nipped  off  at  the  first  joint
on Monday last while fixing a binder.
The   regular   monthly   meeting   of
j the   hospital   board   will   be   held   in
the   mayor's  office,  city   ball,  tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 p. in. '
W. S. Deacon of the firm of Wade.
| Deacon    and  Deacon    of    Vancouver
passed through this city yesterday on
his way home from a visit to Chil'i-
' wack,
W.   A  Thornber  yesterday  tn ived
i eh'.A   effects   Into  hla   new
qi    ters       ive   the    iosl   offl e    ad
- enten I upon his $ ities as c ire-
ta ���       ;   the
Ins eel  ���   J,  S   Clute has n
in   i;    "   lal \isit to the O    ;      ���
Valley,    Hi thai In spite of the
the cro ���-  were ;,,.,; ���<.,-_  -.    ���
'  se thro ghoul  - be district.
In spite ' '  the  wel  I is   night the
lb V.  I',  r   ��� olle        rtj  to English
Baj was well patronize 1 an 1th   com
n Itti e came oul   a oul  even on the
financial  en    o    the    roposition.
A meeting of tbe committee who
have in hand the atl ra< I ms to be
provide I al the forthcoming exhibition will be held in the board of
trade rooms, city ball, uexl Friday.
T.  J.  Calvert,  of  Vancouver,  with
his family and household effects pass-
through   this   city   ; esterd ij   on
his way to Chilliwack, when- he has
Ided to make his home in future.
The Windsor c innery closed down
esterda} on account of the shortage
of fish. Salmon are running so s ow-
1; that it hardly pays to keep the
staff of men on band requisite to
h in Ile them.
.1. H. Bowes has ion ite I a complete
sel    Of   the   works   of   Balzac   to   the;
i li rnegle    library,    The    boo',;-    are
Morocco bound, and altogether a valuable   addition   to   the   reading   matter at the library.
Jailer Mclnnes is ar present away
from his customary place at the city
lockup, being absent on his annual
ten days' holiday. During his ab-
sem e. ' ie visitors at the station will
looked   after ex-officer   Max
well,
ol en lei - -1 nsl the traf-
' , ion it law will ' e presented ia the police court this morning
charged ������ I i Ann ridden bicycles
on the sidewalk. All three are
young men who work at the Royal
Citj  mills.
The C. P, R pass mger sl imet
R P. Rithel arrive | In porl : este ��� '
afternoon at 3 i'cl with a lighl
passenger an 1 freighi list. The only
passengers I i land al this poi I were:
Mrs. Muling and ber two daughters,
who came in from their bome at
Mayne   Island.
On Saturday next the people of tbe
Delta district surrounding Ladner will
have  the  opportunity    of expressing
' their opinions on the streel lighting
and '.and sale bylaws al the polls.
Voting on tiie.-,' measures will take
I lace al tne town hall on Saturday,
Aug.  IS  from 9 a.  m. to 7 p. m.
J. Mahoney of the government
agent's department, went  to Victoria
1 yesterday on business connected with
the  recent  appointment    of  Govern-
' ment Agent C. C. Fisher, gold commissioner for the Xew Westminster
district. It will be his duty to copy
out all business bearing upon the
New Westminster district for local
reference.
A Geo. White and Sons threshing
euglne was tested yesterday afternoon
a! the C. P. R. wharf by the government boiler inspector, and was found
to  lie  all  right.    Tbe  traction  is cap-
able of developing in horse power and
wllll be shipped this morning on
j board the Beaver to H. S. Collinson
! nf Sumas, there to drive a separator
which was shipped to him a few days
ago.
\V. L. McDonald ('. P. R. station
agent at Olds, Alberta was in the city
yesterday accompanied by Mrs. McDonald. Station Agent E. Uoulet
secured a horse and rig and drove Mr.
and Mrs. McDonald around the city
and outskirts and showed them a
number of '.be beauty spots. He was
se eloquent in bis dlscrlptlons that
his guests are satisfied tba' New
Westminster   :s   as   close   to   Paradise
���). mortals have a right to ex] eel to
e,    bi        le of the grave.    Mr. an!
���  .   McDonal I   are  spending  a  few
.airs'    ia Ala;    vi iting     ths     I    i '
cities and getting a breath of salt
sea air.
The rains of tUe i>ast few days
have Caused a temporary suspension
of threshing operations.
A gang of tinsmiths who were at
work repairing the roof of the provincial court house just succeeded
in completing their work before the
wet weather arrived.
The Richmond Agricultural and ln-,
dustrial association  will meet in the
i
Industrial building on Lulu Island on
Sept.   2��i  and  27.    A good  prize  list
has been arranged for the occasion,  j
P.   Pebles  aud  his  small   army   of
carpenters have commenced work on j
the   new   public   school   building    at
Chllllwack and in about three months, |
i:   is expected that  the structure will
I 6 ready for occupancy.
Mr. Campbell principal of the La I-
aer public school whose resignation
took effect at the end of the term will
be succeeded by G. W. Clarke M. a.
Other teachers will be Miss Clara
Lord and Miss Elsie Shepherd.
Tl.e chain gaiu has been at work
for the a - ��� >������ ���. :'ixiiig up tlie
gi ounds sui ';;. Ung the C irnegle Li-
; irj The | r:-A- ! rock has been
creem I, le' el I iwn and rolle I
until h walks are i i redll to the
city.
L i Iner wlll no���������. m be electric
Iii ite .. I >n Mon I I lie mi n iger of
the B. C. E. n. lighting department
... v ,. r the terrltor} and decide I
on he location of the poles. The
es have already been received at
Ladner and are being placed in readiness for erection.
The New Westminster baseball team
will take part in the ball tournament to be held in Blaine on August
22, this being British Columbia day
during their carnival week.
T. Cunningham lefl yesterday for
Ottawa, where he will represent the
Mew Westminster gun club In the
rifle competition to be beld there'
shortly. Mr. Cunnigham was selected to represent the club on account
o! Aie good showing he made at the
recent shooting tournament held at
Richmond.
Mrs. J. Insley was presented with
a jewel at the meeting of the Beulah
' Rebeckah Lodge in the K. of P. hall
, last evening. The jewels whicli are
suitably engraved are being presented to all who have attained to tbe
order of pas: grands. Tbe presentation was made by Brother Keith.
A committee composed of H. Ryall.
A Cunningham and the captain of the
Xew Westminster baseball (lub will
wait upon the attraction committee
of the provincial exhibition at a meet-
in-' to be held in the board of trade
- ims, city hid, on Friday evening,
. ten the; will lay before that body a
- iggestion th il a baseball tourna-
menl iei I  here during exhibition
week. Teams representing Blaine
and   Bellii gl e  exj ei ted  to  lie
present,  and   as  tho   .V ������   Westminster nine will be reiuforced by seine
rev.- players, with a reputation, there
will likely be some exciting moments i
t th i the diamond,
MUSIC  STUDIO  OPENED.
The   Dominion   Music   Company   Has
Opened a Studio in the Holmes
Block.
We   have   competent   teachers   for
j advanced studies with violin,    piano,
voice, flute, cello, string, bass, mandolin, guitar and banjo.
Our school system is heartily endorsed by musicans, teachers and
dealers of instruments We invite
your enquiry  and  investigation.
Parents are made welcome at time
of children's studies. Pupils range in
age from S to 45 years. We teach
from the most reliable works.
A fine display of instruments given
with tuition is to be seen in Cum-
mlng's store on Columbia street.
20 Per Cent Discount
Makes a Big Saving When Buying Furniture
For instance:
$ 1.50 good values Iron Bel tor    $3.60
Elegant Solid Oak Rocker, cobbler seat, bargain at $3.50, for...$2.80
Parlor Furniture is equally low in price. We have a splendid line
ot Upholstered Goods and are sure to please you. It will pay you
to see our line. These special prices will not last long, so purchase now for cash 3nd save something.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
Dupont Block. Telephone 73.
1 Reduced Prices!
-OIN-
Ladies' Blouses and
Shirtwaist Suits
The White House
1
i
ft  A. J. BIRTCH.
275 Columbia St.  !���;
:���: ;^ ;^; :���;*���.; ;^ ;^; :���: ;���.; ;���.; ;������; ^; :���>; :���; ;���; ;���; :���; ;���; ;���; ;��� ^.; ;���: ;-��-;j��-; :���: :-��ti ^��;:-��" j��c ;������* ^��c;-��: ;������! j*';-*; j*;;*; :<������: :^: :���: "������-:���������: ?���;: :���������: :���: '.���: "���:"�����: :*rA-��-: :��i?*'- -*^
Special Clearance
Sale of Shirts
Our regular good
values ��� $1.25, $1.50
and $2.00���to clear the
store,
50c
Sizes 14' to 17i
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
CLOTHIER
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cake Icing
Chocolate, PinK, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,  Maple  and Coconut Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Advertise   in   The   News
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BLAINE CARNIVAL
A   WEEK   OF   ATTRACTIONS
COMMENCING MONDAY, AUG. 20
CLOSING   SATURDAY,   25th
X Balloon Ascension and Parachute Jump every day, and many other free
I   acts.   Dancing every day and night and a big continuous Vaudeville Performance
X   One Whole Week of Fun.   Baseball and   Other Sports
EXCURSION   RATES FROM ALL POINTS
Wednesday,   August   22nd,   British   Columbia   Day
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST
15,
1906.
THE JUROR
FROM BAY
"By M. J. Thillips
< oj.yrigbt, i'.��>;. by 1). M. Parker
"This jury stands aTio'iiraed sin*
die," called ilie foreman.
Langhlng uud talking like schoolboy,
uow tijat the long strain bad been removed, tne Jurors Bled out of the room.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th  Street~
Xew Westminster, B. C.
"Indictment againsl Samuel J. Hawkins." read the Indictment clerk In his
singsong voice. "This Information
charges bim with perjury in certifying
to the presence In prison of fictitious
persons and receiving fees from tlie
county therefor to tbe amount of $1,-
28��.7(i, said Samuel .1. Hawkins beiug
at that time and at tbe present time
1he sheriff of Bainbrldge county. The
Indictment Is before you."
Tbe grand Jury, first of its kind f jt
years, bad been In session iu Bainbrldge county tor forty-two days, uud
Its labors had resulted In the voting of
seventeen Indictments, The name of
Sheriff Hawkins was Inst on the list to
be considered.
There was a motley crowd on ihe
stairway of tlie courthouse waiting to
hear the result of the jury's deliberations, A fat deputy sheriff, ills hands
folded comfortably across his stomach.
Molly Iiwyer was baking bread in the i
kitchen of her bome, three miles from !
the county seat, and a pretty picture .
she made, ber cheeks glowing from the
ardent kiss of the tire, while her eyes
rivaled the coals in brightness.
The snow was lulling steadily.    Suddenly Molly Btopped to listen.   <m the
crisp air caaae the faint chime of sleiitV.
bells.   Tlie sound grew louder moment ' Dished,
by moment.   Molly went to the window I
to watch.   Around the turn of the road
swept a cutter drawn by a fine tenn, ,
of (rolters.
A man In a big fur coat was driving !
It was Sam Hawkins, tbe sheriff, and
tlie light faded from Molly's eyes as
she watched the team sweep gracefully j
luto ber father's driveway and never |
stop until it bad brought up by the j
side porch of tbe bouse.
Thc Bheriff sprang from  the sleigh,
and,   wlthoul  waiting even  to blanket
the horses, rushed up the steps and into
the house.    With the assurance of thc
accepted   lover be  Clodded   and  smiled !
genially  to  Molly's  mother  In the sit- j
ting room, but did not pause   Instead |
he rushed Into the kitchen and with a.
cry  of delight swepl   Molly Into  bis
arms.    He kissed her eagerly on fact
and lips anil hair..   Although she sub-
mitti ii patiently to the caresses the g'ri
All kinds of Ship repair
rswp and Scow;{Building!Montreal, Quebec,
a specialty.
Estimates"t promptly fur-
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
"The Milwaukee"
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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 80S 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 11-
, cense will  he issued,    also    printed
And all the principal business centers of forms 0f tender and envelope, may be
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI-   obtajuej .it this Department or at the
TIME PROVINCES. office of the Crown Timber Agent at
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Canadian
Pacific
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Two    fast
with dining
Portland, Boston,
tralm
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ano
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA" X.
Assistant Gen'] Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
WHEN GOING EAST
voir
WON'T   LET   MB KXI'LAIN"-
c.\N AGAIN.
sat at the head of the corridor leading
to the ground glass door behind which
tbe jury was deliberating. Some of tlie
waiting throng about him were attracted by motives of curiosity only;
others, restless and Impatient, were
there to gather crumbs of information
for friends who feared. Then there
were three or four newspaper men
with pleasant, cynical faces and keen
eyes.
There was silence inside the courtroom after the Indictment clerk had
finished his reading. Juror *.ndcr-
beck was flrsl to speak, "I would like
to bear from Mr, Scarborough ou this
matter."
The prosecutor smiled as be twisted
bis brown mustache. "You can't shift
any responsibility, gentlemen," he replied. "The law docs not allow me t I
dictate as In who shall be indicted.
It's up to you."
"Hoys. I wish you'd hear me on this
matter." The speaker was John Kerns
of Bay township, a silent, kindly man,
who during the tedious weeks of the
inquisition bad thought much and said
little. There was a rustle of interest
as hi !������>.-,. a tall, lanky figure in rusty
black. H'.s spare, lined face was
smooth sha\*'ii. and he had the stoop
of hard work in his powerful shoulders, .lohn Kerns was only thirty
years old, but he had never been re-
garded as young. llis intimates
thought of bim, though, with affectionate respect that had uothlng of contempt In it as "Old .lohn."
"I don't believe that we'd better Indict Sam Hawkins," he said. "I know
bim as if be was my own brother, for
we were raised on neighboring farms.
He ain't bad; he's only weak. Sam
would never have g it Into trouble if
you'd left bim on tbe farm,
"Ob, i know nU al out It, and so does
every i. :..: on this jury: (lur party
agree I i tn di ��� I -:\ f r register ol
dee : . an 1 so you fellows put up a
poor andldate s:i Jim I lonnors could
win In a walk. Rut Sam didn't know
be waa to be u sacrifice. Ue went in
to win, an 1 be did win! Ho had to
mortj bla farm to do It, and after
be had i wu In at Idle he found out he
wasn'l wi uh I and th il be'd have to
walk the plan!; at the end of om- term,
All tbe bosses want Jim Conners, and
next fall he'll be elected. The same
accl lent   don't   happen   twice.    Ain't
thai  BO?"
Nobody answered, though several ,
bad shifted uneasily during his talk.
"Well," continued the speaker. "Sum
didn't fed very good when be found
out what he's up against. The mortgage was still on his farm, and he bad
to get it off this term or not at all.
They say he's made fictitious entries
.���(.'licet fees and hoard bills from
county. Vou don't know what
lou'd done or I'd done under tbe snme
prcumstances. Now, let's all shoulder
r:i little of Sam's responsibility and let
bim pay that money hack. Tlie county
won't be out anything, and to prosecute Sam would���would break hearts.
I'm going to vole against a true bill."
They balloted In silence. "None for
a true bill; twenty-three against," said
the clerk, a little emotion even show,
lng In the Bingsoag voice which had
to a mere matter of routine blasted so
many that afternoon. "No further Indictments."
' did not respond to then . and a lwlf un-
c inselous si rh of relief i scaped hei
when the young man finally released
her and sin > 1 hack b( i ning, to look at
her.
"Hurray, Molly:" be ci le I. "The grand
Jury bas adjourned nnd I'm not Indicted.
"Wi a there ai y dangi r, S.nn?" she
asked quietly, although ber attitude ex-
pres -" I Inte itnei s.
In bis r 'lief fr an the strain of sol!
��� :- i silence and -���; awing anxiety
during tbe six we ks Ihat the jury ha I
been In i ��� .: the m in was t io wrapped up In selfish j ly to notice anything
amiss.
"Was there any danger?" he echoed
"Well, I should think there was, I was
caught wi.'h the goods, all right. And
who do you think saved mo? Old John
Kerns. Do you know, Molly," he bab
bled on, almost drunk with exhilaration, I use I to fancy Old John was
sweet on you, but I saw my mlstalci
when I beard what he did today."
The girl wus white ahout lire lips
but ber voice was low almost gentle
"Then you did steal from the county,
as they said you did'.-"
HE he- - Sam looked up quii kly. for he had
i noted the danger signal. "Oh, no, Moi
ly; steal is hardly the word, but"���
"Did you steal frnm the county''"
His face fell suddenly. "You won't
let me explain"��� he began again.
"Did you?"
"I suppose some of them call IT
stealing. What of It? I'm going to
pay it back." Then rage at the m��-i
responsible for this complication overcame him. "It serves them right. They
put me up to knock me down, and
they'll have to watch things the balance of my term; that's all. But what
of it?" he asked.
"What of It?" I ler ������.-urn and loathing seemed to crush him.
"What of It? This much: No Iiwyer
ever married a thief, und I'm not going to be tUe first one. Here's your
ring" ��� mechanically be took the extended bauble nnd slipped it In his
pocket -"but before yon go I want to
tell you why John Kerns got you oil'
because' he thought 1 loved you ami
that it woul I : n.': m r linn;; If you
were indicted; that's why. And, thank
God, I've found onl before It's too late
that John Kerns c��res that much for
me, because"���and she raised ber bead
proudly ��� "I care for him just as
much." Then she went crimson, for
Kerns stood in the doorway.
As John advanced into the room
with face alight ilie sheriff slipped out
without a word. The chime Of bis
slelghbells grew fainter and fainter.
to die out finally in the distance. And
all was well.
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BETWEEN
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Lank 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 21!, 190G.
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Good till Nov. 30th.
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C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
or
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Assistant   General   Passenger  A����i
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British  Columbia  Coast.  Line
Service.
further information  call  on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
'20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change witnout    notice.]
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
August Oth.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
August 12th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
May ISth.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
August 22nd.
Princess Beatrice le.rves Vancouver
August 2tUh.
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. m.
on Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Saturday arid Sunday at 1:.'J0 p. m. Saturday at 2:30 p. m,
Trains Sc Steamers
C. P. R. MAIN LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7.25 dally.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive New  Westminster 10.30 daily.
Arrive New Westminster 19.10 daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. W. 7.25, 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. & V���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and 9.35 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. It.���PORT GUICHON.
W.  9.20 a.m.;  ar. Guichon
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations* """^
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt In British Columbia, n ���' homesteaded by any per-
.- a who Is -he sole head rif a family,
or any mi le over 18* years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section i I
160 acres, more or less.
Entrv must be made personally al
the local land ofiice for the dlstrh I In
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i) 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.
(,l) 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 ior patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister of the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication o
this advertisement will not be paid
fcr.
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Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. VV. & Y. RY
Dally | NEW
Leave   WESTMINSTER
:*' :'<i ;jii  Blaine^  Bellli
4:35 [.m ham      Bui   i
ton,   Mt,   V
'���"!].     ':.
Se and
IPortl n I.
4:35 pm|Spokane,      St.
Paul     md   i
points   I'll.20 am|Anacorte .
IWoolley,     and
|Rockport.
8:00 pm Vancoi ver
9:55 pm
Ds
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Lv.    New
Guichon 3:5
Wesl mini tei
j-. in. Ar. Guicl
in  J
6   p.   m.,   Mi n laj,   V. ��� I
Friday.
��� : 15  a.  in. ar. from  G
9: 30 a. m. Lv. for Vanci
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis  and  all  points East.
For    corn] lete    Inform itii i
rates,   berth   reservation,   etc,
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Bull ling.
New Westminster, B. C
S. O. YERKBS, A. 0. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
! i Northern Pacific
*..
10  p.m.;   ar.  N.   W
Lv.  N.
j 2.20 p.m.
Lv.  Guichon
j 9.35 p.m.
Mondays only.
|    B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 0.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and evtry half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Peacock Feathers.
Unluckiness seems to Lo confined to
i the bringing of the tail feathers of .In
no's bird luto a bouse.   I am not aware
that this Idea is beld outside this coun
try, and   If  II   Is confine I  to  Ln .-hind
many various causes may have led t:i
the belief, wh   .. >        -j - rose In cum
paratlvely   m id ������ .  time i     no earlier
than  the  crusi i -      Noth  ig Is more
probnbl'         -  tl       everul crusaders
broughl b uno Ihe gorgeous feathers as
curiosities, a stranjre sight and so likely t.i make a di I npresslon.   Nothing
Is  easier   to  e ir.eolve   thrill   thai   some
misfortune death from disease, loss of
wealth or other "bad luck" may have
happened tp> more than one possessor
of the beautiful feathers and that they
, would on thai account soon be credited
with being the cause. A belief of this
kind ori-e  sl.irtfd  is of rapid growth
j and very long lived. ��� London Notes
and Queries.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st, j
7th, 19th and 20th of each month fori
Ashousit and way points; leaves Vic-'
toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria on 20th
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at 3 p, m. and Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.; Friday al 6 a. ro. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
I 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���
j    From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun..
1 3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. tri]i Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
NOTICE.    IO   CONTRACTORS
TENDERS FOR  RAILWAY TIES
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, marked on the envelope
"Tender for Ties, 190(1," will be received at the office of the Commis
sioners of the Transcontinental Ra '
way at Ottawa, until twelve o'clock
noon, of the 12th day of ,J lly, 1906,
for five hundred and thirty-five rbou
sand (535,000) Railway Ties In accordance with the specifications of
the Commissioners.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the
undersigned, marked on the envelope
"Tender for Ties, 1907," will also be
received as above until twelve o'clock
noon, of the 4th day of September
1906, for one million and ten thousand (1,010,000) Railway Ties, in accordance with the specifications of
the Commissioners.
Tenders must    be    made    on    the
forms supplied by the Commissione"?
which, as well as tho   .specifications,
may l.e obtained   on   application   toIfor CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATL
Hugh D,. Lumsden,   Chief   Engineer ! WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON
Ottawa, Ont, to A. E.   Doucet,   Dls- FAIRBANKS.   Daily traiiu  I
trict Engineer, Quebec, P. Q��� or to Sunday)   carrying   pusengei
' ' '' ppvnrrtt      anil       frl-lirbt      COni
A.   B.   HodginB,   District   Engineer,
Kenora, Ont.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on thc Fan:, us
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates,
Quick Time. Excellent Sen ce,
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European 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
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
'l'lie  'l'\ j>e- vi-itrr Sjmiliri',
"The worsl ap inge In New York,"
said ih" sr : ij rap n:-. "Is the typewriter sponge. II- gets all his work
done by the employees of his friends
II.' drops Ini p the offlce, ostensibly for
a cbnl with the boss. Presently he
looks toward bis victim and say.i In :i
careless, offhand way; 'Oh, by the
way, is your stenographer busy now';
If not I'd like her to do a little typewriting for me. it will take only a few
mil.nd s,'
"The chances are that she Is knocking
the very dayligl is oul of tho machine
at that minute, ' nt the manager Is too
polite to call bis attention t ��� the Tact.
bo she does the work,   Usually it takes
i her from one to two b mrs.   All the pay
j s,})i> gets Is a mere 'thank you.'   I know
! lots or girls wh i are I othered this wnj
by hangers on."���New York Sun.
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a, in.
Mondays,  Wednesdays and  Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
nnd Chllllwack.
NORTHERN  B, C.  ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd
and 16th of each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure  are  approximate.
For reservations and information
cal] or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J.  COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Sui.er'ntendent, Victoria.
W, il. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight Vert.
New Westminster.
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas.10 pm. 8.20 p.m.
Sap'n ir Millside..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouvei- 10.00p.m.    9.00a.m
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc..   .. 8.45 a.m.    8.80p.m,
Van. & Cent. Park...l0.80 a.m.   2 p.m
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
East Burnaby  1.15   1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc  1.30 p.m. 10.H0a.ra
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.
Tendirs for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Timber and Mines Branch, Department of lhe Interior, and marked
on the envelope "Tender for Timber
Full information In regard to dailv
eries required Is given ou form of
tender.
Bach tender must he signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender
and witnessed.
The successful tenderers will he
required to sign a contract in form
satisfactory to the Commissioners,
and to furnish an accepted cheque on
a chartered bank of Canada, payable
to the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway for a sum equal
to ten per cent. (10 per cent) of the
amount of the tender, as security .for
the due and faithful performance of
the contract.
No tender for less than five thousand ties will be considered.
The right is reserved to reject nny
or all tenders.
By Order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretaty
Tho Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway,
Dated at Ottawa, June 26th, 1906
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,
expre-'s    and 'freight    conm
'stages at Carcross and Whiti
maintaining a through winter servi i
For information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic  M in
Vancouver. B. '
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson 4 ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The  only all   rail  route  between  a
points east, west and south to R
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Grea
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. *���
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the '
adian  Pacific  Railway  for   Bounda
Creek points.
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls
stage ('���jily for Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains
Spokane and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November
IQOl.
Day Train
. Spokane ..���7-'? P'n
.  Rossland  ....-110 I'"'
..Nelson   6-45 P nl
H. A. JACKSON.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12,25 p.m.
9.40 a.m.
Ih
between
10,
Ait ve
^aa,
"���-*-������-*���������" - JESDAY.  AUGUST  15
1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
w
SIDE ft  EDMONDS, Barris-
and
street.
-i solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
New   Westminster.
ffiwrtSmm. H. L. Edmonds.
I   p   HAMPTON BOLE, solici-
,,. the supreme court. Offices
Bank  of Commerce build-
',���ii.ia street, opposite post-
iog' ��.�� Westminster. Money to
office. New       -
loan.
M
Can:
ipl2.   i
AR
M
flees:
WEART & McQUARRIE,
���risters, solicitors, etc. Of
Vew Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
, Vlarkson and Lorne streets.
corne , r roonis 21 to 24. 445 Gran-
Sff.e.��� Joseph .Virtin. K. C. ...
5-1 fr W. G. MfcQuarrie, H. A.
I' Ir Mr. Martin wi* be in tha
Blaster offices every Friday af
ternoon
Hm\\Y   REID  &  BOWES,  Barris-
��terV solicitors,   etc.,   42    Lorne
' <tE   opposite   Court   House,   New
Sunder.   J. H. Bowes, P. O. Box
Mb
GSYVftGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon  block. Colum-
(1 McKenzie streets, New West-
a. c
Ma an
miast
F. CRAKE,
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
j the  claim  each  year  or paid  to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When I
$500 has been expended or paid, thel
; locator   may,   upon   having   a   survey
1 made and upon complying with other
' requirements,   purchase   the   land   at
$i.oo an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
.  ..    I Minister   of   the   Interior   to   locate ;
Acquired a through  knowledge  of  the containing iron and mica, also
business in England with 10  years  ex- ,       ��,       T     -, f
perience.    Later was 7 years  manager , copper, in the \ ukon Territory, ot an
of the watch  repairing department of  area not exceeding 100 acres.
Savage,   Lyman    &    Co.,     Montreal,      x]le   patent  f.>r  a  mining  location,
Henry Birk's business manager,part of  shall   prov;,je  for  tne  payment   of  al
the time. 1 Royaity 0f 2y> per cent, of the sales j
of the products  of  the  location.
English,    Swiss,   American   and   all
Humor ond Philosophy
By  DUNCAN   M.  SMITH
SECRET   SOCIETIES
I.NI0N LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
The   regular    meeting   of   this
D the Firsl Wednesday in
.,lf.h ,, mth, at  .1 o'clock  p. in., ln
the Masi ale   Temple.    Sojourning
ire cordially Invited to at-
. Dr.  va A. DeWolf Smith,
-
KING SOLOMON  LODGE, NO. 17, A.
F & A.  M.���Regular  communications of this lodge are held on the
Becond Tuesday  In each  month  In
Temple, at 8 p. m.   Visit-
'ren are cordially  invited
Shingle and Saw Mill
Machinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd1.,
New Westminster, B. C.
���
lng
to :
i;!,.���;,!.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
! Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY.No.459
r. B. K. of I., meets .second and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. m., in Orange hall, comer of
Royal avenue and .lohn street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to at lend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.:   B. B. Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 1150
���Meets In Orange ball first and
third Friday in each mouth at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. It; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
Mam
o turers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOL
I. 0. 0. F.-AMITY LODGE, No, 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
.ire held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum
Ma Btreet, every Monday evenin;;,
at 8 ..lock. Visiting brethren cor
dlally invited to attend. S. .1. May,
N. u.;  W. C. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tues
'lay in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to atten.l
Lodge room, A. 6. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street, C
B, Corrigan, recorder; Louis Witt,
masti r workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
115, SONS  OF   ENGLAND.   B.   S.���
��� -" Degree meets Second and
Wi dnesday of each monl I
In I-'- '' !'. Hall, Columbia St., al
8 W bite Hose 61 gree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
lime nnd pi,ice. Visiting Brethren
��� ' Hy Invited. E. R. stinch-
oomb���, Pres., ii. Disney, Secretary,
Bank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817,
fncot   .'.iled   by   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL  (All paid U[))...$I4,UW,0U0
RESERVE  FUND.. jin.ooo.OOO
Royal Bank
of Canada
c?..
at.
Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal,  G.C..M.O,...Hon  President
Hon. Sir G. A. Drummond, President
E.  S.  Clotiston,  Vice  President  and
General Manager.
General banking hustness transacted.
Branches in ali tbe principal cities
In Canada, In London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and at. Jonu, Nfld.,
and correspondents in all parts of the
���l
lital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total Assets 936,373,9/11.
Branches and correspondents ln
I all the principal Oltles or the world.
] General banking business transacted.
SAVINGS DEPARTMbNT.
i $1 ofWSSs aa account
1
j    half yearly.
Collections made at lowest rites.
Open   Saturday   nights   from   8   to
o'clock
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BKANCH
F. B. Lyle, Manager.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the  N.  W.  T.,  excepting  the   Yukon'
Territory: Placer mining claims  gen-j
erally are  100 feet square, entry  fee
$5, renewable yearly.    On the North1
Saskatchewan River claims are either;
bar  or bench,  the  former  being   100
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark.    The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back-
to the ba=e  of the hill or bank, not
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand,   exceeding   iooo   feet.     Where   steam
' power  is.  used  claims  200  feet  wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba ,
and the N. W. T.. excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for   a  term  of  twenty  years,  renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of the  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the j
sub-- erged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
Scotch, anil Irish   for first year and $10 per mile for each
always ln Stock I subsequent  year.     Royalty   same   as
! placer mining.
rir.a,  stock   now  In.    Make  vour       Placer  mining  in   the   Yukon  Ter-
j ritory���Creek,   gulch,   river   and   hill
! claims   shall  not   exceed   2=0   feet   in
length, measured on the base line or
general   direction   of  the    creek    or
gulch,  the width  being from  iooo to
2000   feet.     All   other   placer   claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims   are   marked   by   two   legal
posts,  one  at  each  end, bearing  notices.    Entry must be obtained within
ten  days  if  the  claim   is   within   ten j
miles of the mining recorder's office,,;
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The  person or  company  staking a
claim  must  hold  a  free  miner's  certificate.
The  discoverer  of  a  new  mine  is
entitled  to  a   claim   of   iooo   feet   in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altoge*',,,,^ -0n tne 0ltt.
put  on_ which   no  royalty    shall    be
^^_^____^_______________I charjcii the  rest of the  party ordin-
* I ary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10.    Royalty at the rate
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal i0f two and one-half   per cent on the
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in 1 value of the gold shipped from the
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories! ject to the rights of all persons who
and u?e Vukon Territory. '.Viave. or who may receive entries for
i bar diggings or bench claims, except
COAL���Co.il lands  may    be.   Pu'J;ot1   the   Saskatchewan   River,   where
chased at $10 per acre for soft coal i the  je?;?e c;m dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The  lessee  shall  have  a  dredge in
complicated watches cleaned, repaired
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocet
II Doing Business at the Uld Star
W. McRAE,
Merchant Tailor
Columbia Street.
Full line of English,
tweeds and worsteds
-election.
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnnis.
First Class Meals at all Hcurs,
English, Japanese and Chinese  Styles,
From 1 5c. up.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
PERT PARAGRAPHS,
Woman Is tbe voice of mans conscience. That's why It Is necessary for
ber to talk so much.
When you find a man in good working order It Is a case of either working
or being worked.
It costs a good deal to live, but there
would be no fun In It If lt were cheap.
The prodigal son would better not return until the fatted calf hns passed
United states Inspection.
A present with a Btrlng to it Is apt
to cause an entanglement
No  worm
mlngblrd.
ever turned  Into  a  hum-
He plays rarely who plays fairly.
The man who never make:-, a mistake
isn't tit to live and doesn't.
The devil is the only one who is
dead anxious for you to get what you
want on any terms,
Endeavoring to be fashionable
old fashioned Income is making
ress toward the Insane asylum.
on an
prog;
and  $20  for  anthracite.     Nol  more;
Interest added   t'lan 220 acres cau be acquired *>y ont'
individual  or  company,
the rate of ten cents pe
pounds shall be collected on the gross
Royalty  at [operation within one season from the
r toa of 2000|cjate 0f the lease for each five miles
I on the fifoss but   where a person or company has
; ofjtT,-,, ed   more   than   one   lease   6ne"
���Persons     of     eighteen ' ^^^^e   for each fifteen miles or frac
Savings Bank Dept. J. HENLEY
output.
QUARTZ-
years and over and joint stock com1- [trcra "theft'��f 's sufficient. Rental, $to
p.inies holding free miners' certificates j per annnjj, for each mile of river
may obtain entry for a mining loca-! leased Re* 1'tJ' at *'le rate ��f tw0
tion. \ *nj 0'k��M E.   cent, collected on the
rceeds $10,000.
NEV*   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
C.   D.   Br>irn.��r.   Manager.
Manufacturer of
Junk and Second-hand   Mineral Waters, Etc
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099,  I.O.F.
-Meets the Fourth Friday in tho
month al 8 o'clock, in the small
jail, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially Invited to attend, ,1. B, Rushton, c. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, it. s.
Store
I COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
tills Lodge are held on the Second
an.! Fourth Tuesdays of each montb
�� J P. 111. In Urn Oddfellows' Hall.
vlsitini: Hrethren are cordlaly invite,) to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
p. P. Maxwell, Sec.
Highest prices paid for BecondrSand
goods,  junk,   bo'ttles,   rubbers,  brass,
copper, old shoes nud all metalsi: also
old clothes, etc.   write or call.
S. BROWN,
Front Stret, New Westminster.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
Aerated Waters,
I per annum
| leased.     Rny.^
j and a half per
A free miners certiticate is granted < olUpm after ;t ^
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
1 according to capital.
A   free   miner,   Having   discovered
I mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500   feet   by   marking   out   the
same   with   two  legal   posts,   bearing
Yukon Territorv-
Dredging in the ..
Six leases of five rtiLes each ma>" be
for a term of
eases
granted to a free miner
20 years; also renewable'. ,
fhe lessee's right is coflfix1^*0.11^
submerged   bar  or  bars  in   t��.'~
1 below   low   water    mark, that"
boun-
lust July.
y-      '��� ly,
Thla is you  ���
AU right.
y-pu . an't r.jol us
Or pass youraolf oft
For December;
Ot FebniWS "eventeenth,
iomathtjuj in the air-
PbSsil)!)'   the   he.lt-
Dlvea us a hint,
And we Sherlock Holmes the answer
RlsM :'.�� "���>'���
Z~. 'Ei
You d,0n L Come round "*
pouring sweat down our hacks
AmT making our underclothes
Stick
Like a poor relation.
Von wouldn't do anything
Like that.
It isn't a trick of yours.
When we are sitting on our own
donrntep
Dreaming ourselves rich.
To come around
With a chorus of mosquitoes
And set the schemes
To musii-. p     !
Oh. say.
But you are Innocent looking!
If we hadn't met you before
���yVe would"" :'ever suspect It
Of you.
Probably
4'ou can think Of more ways
Of ^vlojtfun ._ ���,
With the iiuT^h rfica
Than nny othpr month
That runs loose ��� ,'
Through the year.
You start In
Wiih the firecracker
And end Willi tire hay fever,
Dropping sunstrokes
In between
For good measure.
Vou bet we are on to you
As large as a canal appropriation.
dary to be fixed by ita position on
the ' Wanted to Ge Diffi
location notices, one  at  each  end of  date of the lease.
1st day of August in the year of t"L ei
eni.
Family Trade a Specialty
Tel. 113.
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one ad-
i ditional   day   allowed   for   every   ad-
Office, Eighth Street, ^ ditional ten mile5 or fraction.     The
j fee for recording a claim is $5.
I
"Win
the
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
!
At least $100 must be expended on
The  lessee   shall  have   one   dredge!
in  operation   within  two  years   from I wotk '(lil1 ^'.'ll!d and
the date of the lease, and one dredge j
for each five miles within six years
; from such date. Rental $100 per mile
j Yukon Territory to be paid to the
! comptroller.
\iHl ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at \ o'clock p. m��� In Oddfellows'
*i;U1. Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to at-
'end. .1. s. Bryson, S. C; J. McD.
Campbell, Sec
WW OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS-
���OCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP,
Third
|91,���Meets on tbe First and
��� dav of every month lu
pi. 's   ''��� Hall.     John   McNlven,
'"'��� ���'��� i. Forrester, Rec Sec.
|fiOARDoFTRADE_NVw  Wegtmln.
a��� ,''"'i o( Tri",p meets In the
|J���4 Room, City Hall, aa follows:
�� mil Wednesday of each month
xiu-u.lv meetings on tho second
2*��Wajp of February, May,
Ann,, 1 ancl November, at 8 p. m.
WeaA """"tings on the second
"��Urttt of February. New
2T8 may be Proposed and
Obo i '" anv monthly or quarterly
BleeU''K'   A. E. White. Sec
(<��%%
Westminster
parisf er Co.
0tfice���Tram Depot
Columbia St.
I ^RRarro   l
IN 0[ ihQ^'erod    Promptly to any
m aud Heavy Hauling
����� Ph<me 185.      nam 'rnone 137
BOVRIL
Every ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
as required by the laws of Great Britain.
In the preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but the choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost
BOVRIL It a specialty, not merely a bye-produot
of a packing house like many meat extraots.
BOVRIL LIMITED
LONDON, England, and MONTREAL, Canada
CKJ3SWKS
WTWrwHt
No free miner shall receive a grant
] of more than one mining claim on
1 each separate river, creek or gulch,]
J but the same miner may hold any I
I number of claims by purchase, and
I free miners may work their claims'
j in partnership by filing notice and j
; paying fee of $2, A claim may be ]
abandoned and another obtained on!
I the same ^rcck, gulch or river, by'
[ giving notice and paying a  fee.
Work   must   be   done   on   a   claim j
! each year to the value of at least $joo.
A   certificate   that   work   has   been j
: abandoned,  anad  open  to  occupation
, and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,;
higher and wider than in similar cars
on   any   other   line.      They   protect
I their trains by the Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be1
defined absolutely by having a survey
1 made  and  publishing  notices  in  the
! Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
| west Territories and within the Yukon
I Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve  for  an  individual  or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such  period  as  he  may  decide,  the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth.    Should the prospector  discover  oil  in   paying  quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, incaiding 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,
j will be sold at tlie rate of $3 an acre,
i subject to royalty at such rate as may
j be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of thc Minister oi the
I tcrior.
Deot. Interior.
Fretl <���)��.. "'���
"To escak',e Pit*'"?
forks and grange
upoona."
Nothing Unusual.
"He broke the record with his new
automobile."
"Pshaw!" replied his Aunt Lucy,
"He is always breaking something
with that machine. The repair bills
will break bis father up In business."
RcjI Secret.
"What do you suppose is hack of this
new Bryan boom?"
"The barbers, of course. They want
to get a whack ill the fellows who bad
vowed not to cut their hair until their
hero wa.s elected."
In-
At the Bottom of It.
"Awful sorry for Wilson."
"Why?"
"A lot  of trouble lately."
"Ilow'd it ba|)pen'.'"
"Preacher nud a marriage license.'
Too Feeble.
"What did he think of the Missouri
Us a navigable stream?"
"He damned It with faint praise."
"Pshaw!   You couldn't dam the Missouri with anything like that."
AU of That.
No profits ln the punam;i�����
Thar, n-.alies the dealers sore.
Tho l-.ats they Bell for llfty-live
Must coist two-elghty-four.
Analytical.
"Are you fond of literature?"
"Must canned sausage."
"When' .lies that connect?"
"Tail of n dog, I hear."
New Gccj'.rjjrSy.
"What nre the principal products of
Pittsburg?"
"Steel mils nnd scan A!'."
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!" : THE DAILY   NEWS, j
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15,
FORMOSA HEAD HUNTERS.
JUGS K0*^! JUGS
TO GET
A Useful Jug Cheap.
ALL SORTS A.\D SIZES.
from 1 5 cents each.
CALL EARLY AND SECURE ONE.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
....CALL ON....
T.A.Muiir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Numerous      Friends     and      Masonic
Brethren   Attend  the   Last
Sad   Rites.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. -
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.
The mountainous interior of ror- ;
mosri is inhabited byaraceof blood- j
tbirstv eayages, whose chief delight j
is to'sally Ei r,th on head hunting
ruic.^.    Few  strangers (the excep-;
tions bping some intrepid Japanese I
explorers) hav ��� evi r penetrated far
into   the   v.-iid   mountain   country
which is the home of these savages.
They appear to be akin to the
Dyaks of  Borneo,, but no defini i
study of their  language or habits
has vet been made, though interest-1
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   H 'details will lie found in Consul j
^^^^_^^^^^_^__,^__^   Davidson's voluminous hook on For- j
^M^^MM""""       mosn.    For  hundreds of years the |
tribe*  eight in numbt r, have with-1
FUNERAL   OF   J. R.   GILLEY   *tood their'enemies who have never
  been able to penetrate to their fast-
! nesses. It remains to be seen what
success the more systematic Japanese will achieve.
It seems almost incredible  that
t  ; the   station   of   n   military   force
1 should not be safe from the raids of
A   very   large   number  oi   citizens  tnese head hunters, but it was the
were present yesterday afternoon at, cage a f(,w years afro.    At that time
the Gilley residence on Eighth street,. one (,r til(l tribes crept in the night
and  witnessed  the  last  sad   rites as  Up0I]  a  post  of the Japanese  and j
: they  were  performed  over the body   made ,,fr with a si-ore of heails.
of the late J. R   Gilley.    The service       Their most  usual   method   is  to
was conducted by Rev. c. H. Morden  stalk   thc   Chinese   of  either   ses
: of Vancoimr who was a  particular  when th",- are engaged in tea nick-
friend of the deceased.    The Rev. J.   hag.    The savage creeps  up tinob-
i Ve.B. Owen, rector of St. Paul's, assist-   served to llis victim, transfixes him
B. C! ed in the service. At the grave side, with his spear, s< lures his head and |
   tho Impressive .Masonic service was   is lost in a moment in the neigh-
conducted by Rev. J. s. Henderson in  boring jungle.��� Macmillan s.
I the  presence   of  a  large  number  of
the Masonic brethren of the deceased Wirelees Across the Pacific
j who attended the funeral en masse. Mr. Marconi used a ten inch in-
Throughout the city nearly every flag duetion coil, giving a spark three-
staff bad a flag hoisted at half mast quarters of an in b long, ii - ear-
rnd a number of the river steam- ly attempts to nmun ate a ross
boats paid a similar tribute to the the English channel by wireless
memory of the deceased. telegraphy,     ii:-   mast    were
The  late  J.   R.   Gilley  could  call   f""; hiSh-   To provide for 101  mer-
every man his friend and his memory   < ial  ",;"  ' ";;f"''        ': r0��S���th
will long remain green in the hearts   cite ocean bet ,een  San  : ranciBC.
, ,.    , ,,        ... ���, and Honolulu a gigantic induction
of   his   tellow   citizens.     There   were   ll e ���
ALEX. SPECK
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St.
Handsome 6-roomed Cottage
with Modern convenience ;
2 Lots all in lawn and garden ;
one ,block   from   Tram,   central
location.   ���
PrJce $2SOO Terms Easy.
A 6-roomed Cottape
but tew flowers in respect of the re-
i finest published, asking that no flower:: be sent.
The chief mourners were: Mrs. .1.
Ii. Gilley and family; W. R. and Mrs.
Gilley, Herbert Gilley; Mr. and Mrs.
G. E. Gilley;  Mrs. G. W. Gilley, Miss
I Annie Gilley, Miss Ellen Rogers, Mr.
and Mrs. Q. W. Levar; Mrs. M. Kelly,
Mrs. M.  J.  Dean, Mr.  W. A. Dean,
; Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dean, Miss Alice
Dean, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Maxwell,
Mrs.  G.  WA   Gilley,  Miss J.   B.   Mi!-
| berry, Capt,  Wm. Rogers, Capt. JAY.
New Westminster.  Rogers.
j The bearers were: Messrs. J. Carter-
Smith, Geo. Cunningham, sr., Thos.
Furniss and J, W. McDonald, selected
by Mrs. Gilley, and Rev. A. J. Brace,
and Mr. R. Jardine, chosen from Union
Lodge,  No.   9,  A.   F.   &  A.   M.    Over
! one hundred members of the lodge
marched to the cemetery. These included C. A. Welsh, grand marshal,
YV. J. Cunningham, worshipful master; Rev. J. S. Henderson, chaplain;
Angus Munn, J. S. Clute, H. P. Latham,  D.   E.   McKenzie,   H.   Hoy,  T.
coil fifteen feet long is A ing built.
whieh will give a spark Rftei a U
long and as thick as a 1 an'a bod}
1 Two thousand miles of fine silk insulated copper wire are used in thi
coil, with moi'.-- than a ton of bees-
wax and paper  for additional   in-
i sulating.   Its potential will be ahout
��� 5,000.000 volts. The masts A ..
which the impulses will he sent out
arc twin towers, each 300 feet high,
on the very ay/ex of Mount Tamal-
pais, across thc Golden Gate from
: San Francisco. The antennae���
.1,000 pounds of heavy copper wire
���wil] thus be nearly 3,000 feet
above the waves which wash the
foot of the mountain.
on 5tb Avenue.   Corner lot     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
82 x 132.   Only  S950.   $8001 Gifford, sr., Sheriff Armstrong, Dr. De-
Cash, balance on small payments Wolfe  Smith,  C.   C.  Fisher, A.   H.   nicked tea sets,
-to suit purchaser.
Cottage Cheese Salad.
Mold soft cottage cheese into
balls the size of a bird's egg; arrange them carefully with cucumber
dice and a little chopped onion;
serve with French dressing.
A   Kitchen  Hint.
If you will always set the dish-
pan with the handles at the front
and back instead of at the sides as
you  fare it  you  will  have  fewer
WHITE & SMILES
2oO Columbia St.    Phone S5
reuse   In   a   inapt,    tree.
A singular maple tree on the
left bank of the Oder, in Germany,
is at least a century old, and has
been twisted and cut into a kind of
circular house of two stories. A
firm, leafy floor has been formed by
causing Ilie branches to become
gradually woven together. Above
this i.s a smaller second Boor, similarly formed, and thc ends of the
branches have been woven into solid
walls, in whicli eight windows on
each story have been cut.
I Ferguson,   Dr.   Walker,    Chief   Mcln-
l tcsh, Ex-mayor Ovens, Geo. Mead, T. j
j Ferneaux,    Van.;   Aid.   Howay,    Xels
' Nelson, Alex.  Cunningham, J.  Sprott,
J,  G.  Gamon,   Aid.   Garrett,  and  Ex-
Aid. Vanstone.
During  the   service   at   the  house,
a   very   appropriate   selection,   "The
Beautiful   Isle,"   was   sung   in   sweet
I Bi
A Needle ancJ Threr.d Tr?e.
The Mexican maguey tree fur-
nishes a needle and thread all ready
for use.    Ai  the I ip of each dark
green leaf is u slender thorn needle 1 David Stewart. H. Kirk, P. Bilodeau,
thai musi be carefully drawn from   rj. Cliff, .1. McQuarrie, s. Preston, G,
^^^^^^^^^     the  same tinie^^^
Box  Factory  Sold.
For the sum of $50,000 the box department of Anacortes Lumber and
Box company has been purchased by
the Swift Packing company of Chicago. The transfer was made through
tbe manager, Lester David who is
so president of the Fraser -River
and sympathetic, style by Mr. T. R. j ml]1Si The t.onll,any |s said to use
Pearson, Mr. J. A, Lee, Miss E. D.LOiOOOi000 feet o{ iumDer annually in
Dauphlnee and  Miss  Florence Lund. lt8 box making enterprises,
"Nearer  My  God  to Thee" was also] ;___ _      	
sung in tbe service.
Among others noticed at. the funeral
were: Mayor Keary, Judge Bole, Aid.
Shiles, Aid. Adams, VS. Townsend, F.
.Mackenzie, Ladner, G, Peck, T. S. An-
nandale, W. A. Duncan, Alex. Matheson, .1. I), Rae, .1. O'Halloran, Col.
Whyte, .lames Leamy, James Trodden, John Montg nery, lohn Lynn,
: ; ��� Wise, U iv Lusby, 1. Scott, \v.
Medley, Wilbur Smith, VS. Blackburn.
its sheath,     -^-t^^^^^^^^^^
slowly unwinds the thread, a strong,
smooth liber attached to the m	
and capable of being drawn out to
a great length,
Six  Square  Puzzle.
Place twelve counters on a piece
of slate or cardboard so that they
would be at the angles of six
squares, as shown  in  M  in the ac-
:   a*;  0   i
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PItOBLEM AND SOLUTION.
companying diagram. The puzzle
then is to take away three counters,
so that the remaining nine counters
shall describe three squares only.
'I'he solution is shown in NA The
twelve counters form the six
squares A. B, ('. D, E, F, whereas
tijirrn the counters 1, 2 and 12 being
removed the squares (', 1> and fi
only are left.
Preston,  1   Reld, Jos, Johnson, W. s.
Collister, Alfred Johnston, A, P. Day,;
Ira Smith, ceo. McDonald, T. .1. Trapp,
Thos,    Hembrough, W.  Kennedy,    li.
Vidal.   Tics.   It. email,   W.   Turnbull,
J. 11. Bmlth, Thos.    fciowbray,   Goo.,
Armstrong,  .1.   s.   Bryson,  w.  Sulli-'
van, J.  P.   II.   Hole, W.  Forrester,  N.
McGillivray,   .1.    LA    Murphy,     South
Westminster,   Alex     Lamb,     W.     J.
Mathers. \V. T. Cooksley, Jos. Reich-j
enbach, A. McMartin, W. Sutherland, j
Jos.    Tretheway,   W.   Henderson,    J. j
McMurphy,  John  Johnston,  A.  Hard-!
man,   YV.   D.   Purdy,   H.   Belyea,  Aid.
Davies,   Donald   Sinclair,   H.   L.   DeBeck,   J.    H.   Turner,   Marshall   Sinclair, C. ,8.  Keith, David Adams, H.
J   Pearce,   J,   J.   Johnston,   H.   Burk,
J.  Smith,  S.  Brickarti, J. W. McDonald,   H.   P.   Robert,   J.   A.   Lee    and
others.
 -0 ���
Siwasbes Arrested.
Early this, morning two Siwasbes
who had become hopelessly drunk
and had taken irp their lodging on
the C. P. P, depot platform were arrested  by  Officer Stevens.
RE Of SOME FORCE
in the community. A poor " hand-
to-mouth man " never is. Make up
your mind to buy a home NOW.
Do It Mow.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
was most likely a careless and extravagant younfj man and did not
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best of all gifts to your family- 	
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed House and
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.     Lot60x132 . . $1750
Very Easy Terms.
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	
Anderson
& Lusby
\HATS
 [*���������������������������������������������
AT BIG REDUC-    O F    \
   TIONS, AT   .   .   .CQQX
X One lot Childrens  Galateas,    Ua< j
��� made of fine white Sennet       *
��� Straw   worth up to 1.5o.
��� Your choice at   .       .
: One JLot Ladies Ready-to-wear
Hats, worth up to 2.5o.
Your choice at   .       .
25c:
75c:
W. S. COLLISTER &
COMPANY   ���
'������������������������������������������J
Glass That  Keeps Out Hctt.
An   Austrian   inventor,   Rii i ...
Szigmondy,   ir    reji< rted   to   have
made a new kind oi window gla��f
whose  chief  peculiarity  is  thai   ii ���
prevents the passage of nine-tenths
of the heat oi the sun's rays.    It is
well  known thai   ordinary window
glass allows nearly all of ti;;' hc.il
derived    from    the   sun   to    p.;?
through,  hut,  on   the ; titer  hi   S
intercepl    all   Leal   c :-.i! .:   A ���
nonlumim ;s   no irci  .   ��� m b   aa   .
stove or the heated ground.    'A .-
is the reason why heat accumulates
under the glass roof of a hothouse.
If covered with Szigmondy's glass n
hothouse would, it  is claimed, he-
come a cold house, since the heat
could not get into it.   One advantage eet fort!; in favor of the new
glass :s that a house whose windows
were  furnished  with  it would   remain  delightfully cool in summer.
But in winter perhaps the situation
would not be so agreeable. ��� St.
Louis Post-Dispatch.
Boy Trainee! as a Scat Getter.
Various are the measures to
whicli women resort to get struts in
streel cars, tin a Broadway car recently a dainty woman entered, accompanied by a boy of about six.
dressed in a Fauntleroy fashion and
twirling a tiny walking stick. "We
will get a seat!'" the child shrieked
as they got in. "We always get a
seat, don't we, mamma? Mamma
paused before a good looking young
man, who pretended to be absorbed
in a newspaper. Ostentatiously she
rear lied for a strap. '"Vou said we
always get a seat '." cried the boy in
a high key. lie lifted his cane and
it struck the paper, apparently by
accident. The man Browf", and his
tormentor scrambled into the seat.
The man next to him had to get up
to make room for mamma, whom
her well trail.ed son was urging lo
sit down. Passengers stared, and
one young woman was rude enough
to laugh.��� Xew York Press.
The Paragon
Family Washer =-=
The Latest   and  Greatest  Washer on  the Market
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1.- Anything witl.
vious boiling; there
of   using any chi 1
soap and water.
2. ��� Anything from the finest lace curtains to the heaviest  blankets   and   carpets,
without the slightest  -
even the most delicate fabrics,
3.���Uptotwenty-fivi piecei
within '> to v minutes. Better and cleaner than by tin-
harsh, slow and tires.,111. rub-
board method.
The Taragon runs absolutely noiseless and so easily that a child ."in
turn it.    The Paragon will save its cost many times by preventinj
and tear.    Call and see it and be convinced like others now using it.
Large Shipment of Ihem lust Arrived Direct From Factory
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
V
���
FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS |
New Goods and New Prices >;
A full carload just arrived. As fine goods as ever entered the city.
Inspection invited. By buying here you can save money and lots of it.
Give us a trial. We have many things we are going to clear at cost.
Money saved is money made.
See our $5.00 Mattresses
W. E. FALES,
S  71C and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street, j
;���' ���-
If YOU HAVE A LOT
And Want To Build
We Will Assist You.
F. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
Two Postal Service Yarns.
Frank   Smith   has a  number  of
I mail   carrying   contracts   in   San
! Francisco,     liis   wagons  take   the
j mails to and from the postoffice and
I trains,    lie was not able to operate
j bis wagons on the day of the earthquake, but he got them going the
second day.    The postoffice depart-
i ment complimented him for getting
tbe wagons out the second day, but
fined him for  not having Ihem at
work the fir-1 day.
That reminds one of a mail carrier in Maine who '00k the mails
part of the way in a canoe. One daj
the canoe upset and the carrier war.
drowned. The postoffice department sent an inspector up to the
route, found how much of his route
the  carrir;-   had   covered  up  to   the
time he was drowned and prorated
bis pay to that point.���San Francisco Argonaut.
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
(iamc In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster, B. C.
���������������������������������������������������$
Electric Railway Service
Kitchener's Sarcasm.
During Lord Kitchener's recent
visit to the Indian frontier defenses he inspected a new fort. Ile
was astonished to find that it had
been so placed as tn be commanded
by a nearby hill. Thc officer who
hnd chosen the site was present,
witii the party, and Kitchener called him forward. Instead of thft outburst that the staff expected Kitchener merely held out, his hand nnd
naid: "I congratulate you, Colonel
 .    What u capital place for a
fort!   When do vou begin to remove
tho hill?"
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars Ior Vancouver and way
stations will run every hail-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service irom
6.30 a. m. to 11 p. in.
20 Minute Service���yo transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during
tnaiiKler of day.    Transfer ai
Leopold Place.
Sunday  Service  half-hourly between S a. m. and 10 i1- '"���
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line��� Lb Minute Ser
vice, except between U ano
2, and 5 and v, during wmcu
fcours   the   service   win
naif-hourly.
Sunday Service   Bait-hourly between 8 a. m. ami u I1- ��''
:; British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd|
���'-,, HHIIMM J1MMM t������*
Boarding House for Sale���15 rooms
completely furnished and at present all occupied. Apply Box 501,
City.
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted room,
suitable for an office. Apply to
Chas. G. Major.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.  New Wwtmln*
r. B-c'

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