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V \ K'J MINSTEII. I-. < .. > iTl IJDAY  \\    '      S(i, U'<
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Mi CENTS )')}[ WEEK
57K/KE THROWS
ST. PETERSBURG
INTO DARKNESS
���>���   Stolypin    Cabinet   Sways   in    Uu    Balance   ant:
Prospects Are tliat a Dictator Will be
Appointed    Governoi
Assassinated
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a   nnuiinatii
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nt their i
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Gene-ai Strike   Ordered.
St.   Pet! 3.���A   g< 111   :
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incil, ihre
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PRIEST DENOUNCES
AMERICAN SOCIETY
Declares that   the   United   Slates   Will   Soon    be  as   Immoral   as   Rome   Was   at  the Time
of its Fall.
:.     I i.e  Woi Id  lo-       :; "a     ' - onal i      n    i
. -     aluiosl   no
i  , .     in}  trip to In     I   ,      ' en     ���   ri allj   nol   P I
Ij .   ,..;,. ror T. M. Kettl      ers.  although   they     nre    casting
enibei     ol     parliament,   Wight   upon  the  name  ol    tin
���     pastor    of    St    Jusl   as   seen   ps     lhe,\     gain
H   nan   Catholic   church   wealth  the}   go  to   New   York,   l.nnd-
��� i    .   returned   yesterday   on   on and  Parb   la spend ll  in pleasure
Majestic.     He   had   a , and   debauchery,     Pittsburg    Is    too
lai--.   tor Ihem    too  commercial."
<i
Cuts   Whc.it   in   Alberta.
Edmonton,   Altn.,   Aug,   3    li   is
reported from Star thai J, D, Camp-
American     society
��� ni lety In particular to
.-'...  tiling   Of   a   recently   en
I   ll lig,  .     In    ihis   city,     Father
��ni i    aid
ll    ,.!,; ��� .,      evidence     of     I he
, .  : heii,  a   well   known   farmer  in   thai
di, line ...   the  rich    of    this
''I "Ml ' I
1 rotten dmw thai it remin Is one i
"   ""j" "   :""-i"'"    '""","    and J yield   BO  bushels   per  ace.
And   lhal   is   jus.   whal   we   J,,,. |mm. ���, w|m,  ���.������ ,,���. ,,y known
lm    ""���  '"" ,'"      ns district  has begun cutting n field of
So-called  fashiiinalde society ; r|]| wheftt    The wJ]ea)  lflgfl)d ,o  |i(,
in good condition and is estimated to
OPPOSITION MEMBERS
WALK OUT OF HOUSE
London,   Aug.   4.   Tl     Trades ] lisp ite   bill,
���i i< ; rjirecl outcomi   i    I   "        ������'������ :    li cision
a     adei   mioi  funds ar the ill iga   ��������� i ���
>  individual members of a union,  passed the eom- j
i stage in the House o  I ommoni   his morning.
There was an extraordinary scene after midnight  following Sir Henr   Campbell-Bannerman's
usal to accepl Lord Rober   - eci      motion to reporl pr igress   I ore   Roberi   say a     hi      he prime
is ir had pledged himself that the debate should
n ���  con    ������   after 11 o'clock.
Whe    hi    i il ion was de eated 1    \ '.������ -. ��� iment
. ���    Balfour ace ise irime mil if de-
liberati      - -   ���   ������.        >'��� ��� [ge, ���  ��� :���
������ hei part i    ,;-   proce
.    ���;,-..      leave the house. ;
The Invitation was ac ' ree I
���- ipposition present, amid ir
���   ig.
V few of thos ��� eturned, j
s rem;    ���;,   ���
j  ��� -       lerals took seats o
���heerm| ��
J ac ������ -    ise .-.       b    ex<    pt- j
.-. r* -  '."hen illegal \
5 hi     b ier cor        ��� >ui   the r - I horitv of
: ���������   li   -������  " sad ing a tradeunio .
whether  of workmen or employers, complete im- i
�� munity from claims for da   ages for illegal acts com- !
I mitted during i str ke.
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WARSHIPS TURN
TIDE OF BA TTLE
ON THE ISLAND
Mutineers    at   Sveaborg   Have   the    Upper   Hand   Unti
Naval Guns Are Turned on Them    Shot
and Shell Play  Havoc  With
Fortress.
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With Clothes Aflame
Cook Juhips Overboard
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, . on of   thi
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nd   Stone  1
. . extinguis
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sinj
he range on
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������   -      to this cit;
.....
... , -    .       .        ...
���    ���   s ew  could  put  i
-   ��� .
RIOTOUS ITALIANS TAKES ANOTHER STEP
SENT OP FOR TRIAL       TO PROHIBIT BETTING
Railway      Laborers      Use      Rpw vers   Attorney-General   Foy   cf   Ontario   Ap-
W'-e-i   Advance   in   Pay   is   Re- peals to the Newspapers of
fused   Them. Toronto.
��� ������.   Onl     \
m ;. tria
r   woundini
and
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...     ned  iii i        -. Iran
ition    er,      i     ini   .
, tt |    i tn      i
nci    -i ���    ..       Sergeant Nes    ll and
\. ti =i ��� a    i ��� an i
Trim . ���   ���        i       I,   gave   evl
,'. ni.
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lie Prencl     n    '-'���������
mei    of 1865 w i        u :1   sev-
Is ev Idem    '��� ���   " ���
.... ���    .-     w]gh    t,
in
' -    he firinj
...     -...., ,.nIv  cf sl
ihells littering  al   thi   .." I
The fortn ���       ore ma:
 ��� T ������ -   - ���    ������ ������
he v ���      ��� of and des-
��� ���-.        -  - |ov .    te.'Iini   the
'    quel "'"���   - ��� ���       ".'il the
cars! ��� ��� ; ���      governi
.   t. . i..,      .       eply ti
...    nd v      ���    ���     Haply ti
 ns.
carcel;
eavini      I em  n
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opened
nawares
... neen
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were twi
i. ��� eu1   Emil
was v
self u
-  ��� Ion.
....        .      , ... coming here fi om
i ������ ��� :   nexl  week to try   the
ii   -   One thousand men are eon-
ed  in   H> - ngfo -  i nd  Skatudden
of  the  causaltles  is  not
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losli
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Thi tl      econd
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,   .   ������,        . ....
... Vboul  50 sail
ors   were   killed   01   wounded.     The
1 ���' ���     . ���      ��� ffl<   ���'   who ordered  the
inilor        taki   -      - bsIoi  ol I h<   Bhlp
��� vi     ��� en   i a'- li :   ��� ul   for   im; i rii
��� ������ . ���      '']ti    muth eei s   will
: I    Rl
Trouble  on  Bogatyr.
' ug.   :l,  11:17   p.   m. -
Vi   li      '    tin;   ':;'"' e out 1
thi   Russian  cruisei   B -
,. .      , ...    [lately  ] ut   -:
200 of thi
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Mutineers Head for Reval.
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1
SaJinei
of thi     ' ' ��� '     o  tei ed thi   Sa
lines nd      I i I   I       '
! . ��� ���   lently with the ���������
������ nti ���������   ol   gi ing   'here   to  help   11
told 'hat  the mu
Iny  at ��        org was  over,  howi vi i
p -       ea led  for Re\ al
Tiie  '    ties]      Czarevlch  wa -
from here in  pursull  of the  Pan
���; zova. .    ?
Woman   Hangs   Herse'f.
Winnipeg    Heach.     \ug Mrs
Tiani. - ilibson, who lives .i n Ile and
a half Boutb of Peenemab was found
hanging to a In e bacl ol hei bi mi
al out ll o'cloell 'his evi nine : Dl I
a, i Ross of Sel hi rlt was wli ed foi
Mrs. Gibson was 6G years old and
leaves  a  famib
\'!,'ih. ���  ��� ���     has
Utorney-Gem     I  Foy
...  - -       ���   ������     i  ng  ni i li   ���
 Pro' Inclal Inspeci
Greer,   n bo  ���  i   ulzed   two   ;'ii'   si n
was   senl     i   ind
ne\i -      ���       iflli' -   ��Ith    n I
- ions   ti ��� ���   rii      s  "to  kind
 nie the 1   ictlci
������ - I vert 1 sen)i i
ectlon    In sj   rl lng columns     [I
I.   undei Btood   I lial   I he   crown   hi
Ihai   tin       i Hi itli a   ol   such     11
. nienl s and Infoi tnation  is i li
. alnsl >'"������ Ian.
SWIFTWATER BILL
WANTS ANEW WIFE
Famous Gold   Hunter   of  the   Northland   Gets   Into   tie
Limelight   Once   More    Tired   of   Fourth
Spouse   He Selects a Fifth.
Rear Admiral Train Dead.
Che Poo, An'-1 ' -Hear Admiral
1 ihai les .1. Ti aln, commander In chlei
ti the United States Asiatic Beet, dii d
al sixteen minutes pasl nine this
morning of uraemia.
" coming in.    We are on  the di
iiM' morally  and unless some great
" w,,i   in..,.,      i ell  fell   In  the  near
ire, this   ,, mtrj   will  be as Rome
the r,.,- of its fall. ,.
rull     ..a .1  with the views of
:;" '1   Gibbons   and   said   thai    al-
��� sh hb hi ai,  wiis iii Pittsburg, he
onounci    the   i o-called   ii| per
as   the   Heaver   Creel.   Bettlemenl   and
Ik aboul in miles west of Edmonton
Traveller  Arrested.
Edmonton,   Alta,   k\\%.   3.   Charged
with obtaining $2,000 under false pre
i, a e ��� from John  Monis. n traveller
from Winnipeg named Mahrlng, v. ho
' '    of thai    II
ii .     moi
di ���   'i herj   ami    immorality
��� otlri Ij  ' be continued,
ally rotten "   bas been Btaylng  al  the Alberta  for
the  past   three   weeks,   was  placed   un-
dei  arrest on '���' edne   11 ���
Lithographers Claim
to be Winning Strike
New   Vorii,   Aug   3.   Contradictory members  of    that   organization    had
claims of success were made here to signed agreements tor an eight hour
day by the striking lithographers and "'���'     <l" ,!l" other llH,1,i h  w:,s '�����
,.. sisted for the association that 85 per
finiTI."-
Dpi- nssert-
h\ the employers.   The ,.   ,,
cent  oi  the employing lithographers
ed  that   in  consequence or a   hrealt  In   throughout   the  country   have   re.
the   ranks   ��f  the   employing   Htho-  the elghl hour demands and will Sghi
graphers    association,    five    leading the strike,
-'��� ! ig      '     SwifUi tti ���   Bill
i . ....        ....
���   	
���   u    ii    Imerl    n
, i   In thi    Inn Ighi of th     11
.. ��� ce coin ts I he man who haa
made a half dozen fi tunes In Alas-
: , ,.,i ,i., > .,! on 11" i i'i" '. who has
had foui wives In the shorl space of
-'���".,���1   ears, and who gained his Brsl
���:  bj   cornering the fresh eggs in
the Dawson markel to present to his
dance hall lhamorata, Gussle La
More, has broughl ^av againsl his
last   wife,  Kitty  Bai-don Gati s,
The papers have not yet been Bled
In the courts, but have heen served.
t;at"s charges his wife, who Is said
lo be but 20 years of age. and to be
related to the Alaska Don Juan by
marriage, with a statutory offense.
Two co-respondents are named namely: .lohn Doe ami Richard Roe,
known to lawyers as fictitious per-
Bonages of long lineage ln litigation,
Fred H, Lysons, attorney for Mrs.
Gates, today applied to Judge GriftTn
In the superior court for an order citing Gates to pay $3,000 Into the reg-
Istrj ot'Jhe court to he applied by
the  wife as  follows:
On,    tl dollars tempoi
         "i    equal    amoonl
n!  $1,000 more 1
i;; ";.,  estei
;. ���    king nines to ap]
Fri f nexl md show  , ause
why   he  should  nol   paj   this
���    . | ��� .-
Th, told by Gates, friends
thai   :.   h       Iready picked    a    iif'h
- ise    In  the wife of a  Fairbanks
merchant, who is Bald to be now living in this ilty, This is the lirsi
tl '��� b ' Gates has appeared as the
: lalntlff In the divorce courts. William Wray, Gales' attorney, admitf
that the hero of many a thrilling
ride down the Yukon river, from
which Swiftwater Bill earned his
sobriquet, is now in Seattle. Gates
Is represented as living quietly in a
down town hotel, which seclusion Is
broken only by an occasional dash
to Alki Point and other nearby re-
scrts  to  see  his latest Inamorata.
This ladj s name Gates and his
attorney are keeping very quiet, as
it Is said she has not yet secured her
'eyiiI freedom from the man she Is
said to have abandoned In Fairbanks
to follow the sinuous trail of Swiftwater Bill.
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m THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY.   AUGUST   ',.
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WANTS COMMISSION
TO INVESTIGATE BEEF
Alberta's Minister of Agriculture Asks
Co-ooeration  cf Other Western  Provinces.
Calgary,   \ ig H in   Mi   Finlay,
mlnistei  oi agi ic iltu in   Vlbei I a
government,   he n   interviewing
the Roblin governmenl in an endeavor
to secure the support of the latter In
the appointment oi .1 commissioner
to co-operate with commissioners
from Saskatchewan, Alberta and
British Columbia, in looking int > the
beef question. Mr. Finlay stated to
a reporter that, having secured the
co-operation of the governments of
Saskatchewan and Manitoba, lie will
now wall on the government of British Columbia and ask for Its co-operation. The commission will be composed of a representative from each of the
four western provinces. The commissioners will sit in each province. Mr.
Finlay said he believed i' would be
shown thai there was ., combine injuring the beef industry ot western
Canada. "There is something . idicallj
��1 ong with the beef q lestion," said
Mr. Finlay, "and we wani I 1 Bn i out
e\.e I 1 v, hal i; is, an 1 we will leave
no stone unturned to do s
In conclusion Mi. Finl 1    stati 1 thai
It" Hi itish Colun id 1 insenl  to
be a ;....'. '.' the cont'i enci tl . un-
mission    ivi  1  . 1 ; 1      ill osi    al
oni e, bill    hat i     ro    II    e       li
a   11. ml b   i .   draw   up  pi -..-  an .
the   nece s s a      e \   I en c,    in   sha pe  to
In-  placed    ���   . ���   .       A isi mei -.
FRIDAY'S MARKET REPORT
A lai ui r numbei ol fa .. ei - atten I-
<��� i iln- v.. i kly niai... ��� 5 esi -. I ty morn-
.: -' than has be :. lie case for the
pai i few ... eks, and ii.,- maj be taken as an indical lon thai .fche hay is
new sa t, cul an I stai Ited. As the
w beal ir nol yel read; foi harvesting, the farmers secured the oppor-
' inity of coming into the citj yesterday, an 1 the mai kei was bi Isker than
usual. The .1 ; lltlon treighl car
thai has been pul on bj the B. C. IA
R company is proving ,1 greal boon
to the wholesale buyers, an i is get- j
ting to 1 ,��� extensivelj p ttronlzed. Up
to quite recently, the freight car lefl
al 11:20 In the morning, and the next
one al 3:00 p. 111. There was always
a rush for the e u llei < ir, and the
ii. irki ' v. . ild be practlcall) over by
11 o'clock. With an extra car leaving
at 1:00 '/clock, there is no need for
such i. iste, an 1 the m 11 kel lasts a
mrs . mge
Then    ... ..-  no scai clt;     I    ieef on
Ae   markel    ...   d   v. hich   was easily
sold   ���'   1. ' itlons.    Mutton w 1-  well
��� pi   -������:.'��� goo 1   lem tn 1 soon
learn I 1 he 11 Thi re ��������� ��� - nol
1 lai ge |u ntltj ol lam 1, iui I he demand ��� ���..   good,    The   lemand
.  ..... i    in   ���   - :..   and the small
^Juani y     ffi  1 tei laj   was soon
disp',-. ll   was  the   - ime   '���'��� 1 h
1 he  ,'1 argi     iuani Ity could eas-
een d      ised    f had ll  :" en
1 v a i
The im resed prici if eggs still continue-, the deman : still lelng greater
than 1 T ie   - holesale price
yesti la; .\ us 10 ci nts. There was
,a good supplj of fowl, ill of which
was sold ai quotations. 1 hick ms were
in go ���: leman I 'I he lemand for
ti esi      ed to large
Fr.. 11      ye     1 laj',
ap] Les, ..  les,   re 1   and
curran      md a fen earlj  plains being
thai  w 1    offere I.   All 0  1, 1
t Ib a     11    rer by thi   time.
In  .:l   cases, lei    nd  Is onlj   i >r
well   selei te I     toe        \   I in ther   in
ere   .,     n the I   new   pota   iei
was noi   ed,   mi le    ind 1    1 tin
t   to bi   . mall.
Quotations.
Beef,  hind  quai ter,  pei   I - .  7 A   ;-1
MoC.
ro  quurter,    h     lb.,   1A   in
Mul ton, per lb,, 10c.
Lamb, pei  lb..  II  lo 12c
Veal, pi r lb., 9%  lo  1" A ���
Poi        ".   lh.. 1'  to  .'A :.
Pol    oes, per ton, $11     , $ LS.
er dozen, 3;
Bul ... per lh..  2������
|. ha I, 1 er dozen, $6 50  to $7.50
Chli ken 1, per dozen, $3 to $4.50,
Duel..-, per dozen, $5 to $7.
Raspberries,    per crate,    $1,011    to
$1.75.
Blackberries, per crate, $1.25.
Apples, per box. 7.",c to 90c,
Sockeyes,   each.   .".He.
Salt ,   per   111.,    IOC
Halibut, per lb., 8c.
Smelts, per lb., 8c.
.���. o	
Will   Meet  in  Winnipeg.
York, Eng.,    Aug. 3 - The    British
association    for   the   advancement   of
science al its Besslon here today, decided Lo meet in Winnipeg In 1902.
JOHNSTON'S
SHOE PRICES
That Will Make You Think
Men's $4.50 and $5 Boots in black and
tan -        - $3.00 to $3.50
Men's  Working Boots, $1.25 to $3.00
Women's fine black low Shoes, good fitters, the $1.75 kind for     -      $1.00
Women's elastic front House Slippers, the
$1.50 kind for, per pair,    -     $1.00
Girl's Tan Low Shoes and Slippers, our $1.50 and
$1.75 lines, for       -       -       - $1.15
Girls' Tan and Black Slippers, sizes       I  lo , 75c
Child's Tan and Black Slippers, sizes 5 to 7,, 50c
Saturday is  Our   Big   Day
Everything is in readiness for a monster day's
business. Shop early in the day and avoid the usual
tremendous Saturday evening rush.
Let 'em  Come!
JOHNSTON'
Big  Shoe   House
i
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 Westminster.
'Phone 101
Reichenbach Company
Limited
Wholesale and detail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the family Trade.
We have on sale Un' the benefit of
our Customers Lhe Primest, Tenderest
and Rest Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
REICHENBACH CO. Ltd
Columbia Street, Xew Westminster.
girnmr
Gold Crown and
Bridge Work
Of The Highest Order
Our system of Gold Crown and Bridge
work is the best known Lo dentistry. We
defy contradiction. The bridge work
made by our system lias never been sui -
; ass id. Our brid and crown expert is
the highest salariei lentist in the west:
We have hundrei of testimonials L<>
prove these statem1 its. Our prices are
about one half what you are accustomed
to pay.    They never change	
Bridge Work, per tooth
Gold Crowns
A Full Set of Teeth      ���
Gold Fillings
The Boston Dentists, i
Hou a 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remember the Place
407   Hastings  St. W.,   Vancouver SATURDAY,   AUGUST   4,   190t.
THE DAILY NEWS
Happen In
The Night
And the only way to keep posted is read the
Delivered at your door- in time for breakfast. Complete service of the World's
news as furnished by the Associated Press,
and all tlio local happenings of interest.
in wGnts
Per Week
HINT TO
MERCHANTS
The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which you can talk business to almost every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you.
in
Synopsis ol Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
;
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red 1     i
- ,   .
'    inds shall be collecl        n th   gi
���  il
Ql     RTZ���Persoi if     . ig] ���  ���������
years i ���        -om.
I   '  ���
in  entry  for  a mining location.
A free miner - certincate is granted
fi one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7-:'
per annum for nn individual, and from
$50 to $itx pi - annum for a comp;in .
according to  capital.
A free miner, Having discovered
mineral in | ��� n ly locate �� claim
i50o\!''< feet by marking out the
-ami ��� !.,'���!   po-t��,   bearing
location  notices,  one  at  each  end  of
the line of the lode, or vein.
Thc claim shall bi   recorded within
Thin ten mi ���
of a mining re tordi  ' :e, one ad-
:' r   ' very
ten mil fraction.     The
fei   f ii ri   ���   dii i im is $S.
. pended
tn  each -   paid   to
hen       Whei
r p a i d, 11
.... ng  i
��� ��� '       ' ���
...
I $1.00 an i
��� ���        ' h
���    ���     |, ������-.
ng iroi
. ���
locatioi
���
pel the sab
lucts of tl
PI
'.'���..
rritory: ]
square, entr;
---.-,'. rl: the N
,    ....... Rivei are ei thi
:   ���   or bei   A   thi   formi r  i ��� ing   ioo
g and extending between ':   j
'  '  w wt ������ - i k.    Thi     tter in-
. e ��� .     I      extendi back
the b       of the hill or bai k, not
tceeding   to C   Feet.     When   -'���   "
��� ��� . -   ;.   u��ed   cl lims   20i       el   ������������    i
obi  ii ed.
Dredging in the River- of Manit
nd the N. VA T.. ��� i   ��� ���      g the Yu
���   -   Ti      A fri ���  ���   ' er ��� " j  ��� I
1 ses i      ve miles
.......     ......
���
ft!
', ��� '.-���.'��� :.      ���   ned I    ': i
I   .     .   ��� T ��� ......
..... $ io per mi 1 e for i
Royalt;
p     .     mining in I n   Ti i -
eek,   gulcl :.   hill
���  .   -A 11 i       ....       --        ��� t   in
���     ��� .   ;iired oi   tl     bas<   line or
din        n   of   the     creek     or
A the �� idth  l"-:ng from  ioc"  ti i
All   other   | la ��� t   claims
.'    I be 251    eet i������" ������������
1 laims are n irki d by tw 0 'egal
posts, om at each end, bearing notice- I ntry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each addi
tiona! t( n m les or fraction.
Thi 1 rson or company staking a
claim must  hold  a  free  miner's  cer-
t    ��� ate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, IS00 feet altogether, on the output 011 which no royalty shall be
I charged the rest of the |   rty ordin-
\i y claims onlv.
Entry fee $10.    Royalty at the rati
��� wo and on* half   per ceni   ��� -i the
\ aim   1 f the  gi ild  shipped  from   tl -
ject to the rights of all pen  ns who
\y.i\ r. or who 1    -.  ������   ��� ��� ��� ��� - for
bar dig! r b< ni h    laims, 1
on   the    ���    katchewan   Ria er,   ������
the  li    ee can      ��� dgi   I     high-watei
,,. . ���     ., .    ���,    Itcrnatrve leasel
The '  shall have a  dred  ���
 il on within one -'   ���  n fri m the
date of the lease for ea :h five m le
bin where a person or company has
obtained more than one It ase ��� 1 ���
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof i- sufficient, Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the late of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it  exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of live miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable,
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in the year of the
dale of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free   miners   may   work   their   claims
Humor c*?r Philosophy
B>   DUNCAN   M    SMITH
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Tbe man and
his  ktip ta     the time
... ���  . ��� ������, ,
I riti.'.
VANCOUVER TEAMS
MOST FI0H1 IT OUT
-n    on    Pretest    of   the
Maple   Leaf   Club   Is
Given.
li :- ������
to up
fprtimi li
'  ���  ne
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Some ��� ' ��� gel on In tbe world because   "...       .  ' |(, , ,fl
Ko a 01 in Ii: hull tlie Influence that
men preto��l sl u lias.
No!.'..,'; A ould A am to gel I" th ��� to]
if seats tl ere could hi I ad al po] ular
prices.
In Society.
'Good   1 Jou'ri
'
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...
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at   a
1 the
it I '
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men, deal
���
���
te Ya club
'������ iver,
"   ���
ed over again, 1
Bl
rdlng
to offl official deci
A.)-.-. E. A. Qui{ ������:���. re-
������������   the   Maple   Leal   La
urn to the fleld in
eferee     efuslng ti
1   n li  D, Rltchli   ��� . continue playing
:        -oiim  of  being
.; : trte    . :   tbe
tel    enaltj did
not exjiin end of thi   fourth
q
Ai   th    .   n ���
1,  1906,  was
mum
���
���   ees, we
. find
.
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21               a
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Chargi    1
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eve
Lac       ���
���
Map] ���    clu 1,    h  ���
Lacrosse   clu iled
ition  as  laid
'Hi w well                              Pr y d        1 I down e  10    Si ctl >n     C,"  in
r ���   M   ���:  m  Med         ���     ;       '   ins? ...
I am           they would g ':- :i   ' '���""   days,
'i  up time's dopi          ins                V(.  tlll .          ..    Vancouvei   Lacrosse
Of ei   ���      you don't nei           n   bi 1  Btlll
u
I
���
(Now!      t n s h e' 1
He 1 I give hei        nance.)
Cai   never tell what you m      c.eed
y, ���   ���    1 |y   J
Th" ' thai  ���������'.    ���  I ���
ar-)
^'here She Is Strong.
(OH BM>   I'M    1-1
.     .    "
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y^r,
'Woi    ���   <������ i't 1   ��� ', .   .
"1 reli '���- to h      1  e."
Smashing the Pov der Trust.
The nest tm
|g   1,. .:
big -��� the in
Smasl ��� ,.   . .     trust ma;
easy to the phi losi
the livery stn ble 1 I settle
of stat.' v. Ithout charg n. a cei 1. bul
the man a ho li called on to do the job
has i" I ��� mighty careful If he cares
to bave his parts all assembled in one
county after the smashing Is over.
A wis. man will study around until
be finds some way to do the job over   teams,
the telephone, All
A powder trust  is mighty quick at   to su
In this  res ��� ���;.
!n regard harge  N'o. 1, we And
hat   i:   smui thi    game   on   the
21st  < .v.,     nol   con . u ted   m
......    ..��� 'ii".-,   nan 1
Rule 6, Sec.  I, antl an en Imen .
.... .   . .    terested p rties
and ' mi a
elthi     - '      < ���     lng 1      ���.  and
1. .  ..-  ���     than   '      ���   on  the  li.-'   ��� I
eferei ���   the   yeai   . hall
... an 1
tie �� . een conducted
I . the
��� :     vi     again,
ing coi
hal
, 1 ���) 0 6,
���    ���
��� ��� ���
11 n "ii the
gi me sh red 1      ��������� ������   Wi -'���
���
2, 1 iffl        .   '   ��� ���     mu
teams shall re-
ceivi bare of 1 he ni I  gate
receipts
���I.   Thai 'A   ex] ense i 0   this
lng  -'t      el    ae  equally   by   '     1
. .��� ile
���
respect
repartee, Whep 0 thoughtless man
hits ii a slap oil the wrist. Intimating
meanwhile thai II is n saucj thing, it
Immediately replies, "You're another,"
mul after lli.-u it is up to his friends to
pick un tin- pieces.
in   partnership   by   tiling   notice   and
paying  fee of $2.      \   claim  may  be
I ��� doned and another obtain".) 1 in
the same creek, gu'ch or river, by
giving notice ami paying a fee,
Work   musi   be   di 1    1   claim
each yi  1 to the value of at least $200.
\   certificate   that   work  has  been
'   ndoned, an '.I    pen to 1      1
1   '   -   by a free miner.
(Signed.)
C,  A.  Welsh,
.   ���     len    B. C    \.   L.   A.
A.   W   GRAY,
...   Council,  B.C. 1 1. V
FRED   A  LYNCH,
Men   t   1 :   the  Council   B.C.A L.A.
 o	
HARRISON   HOT   SPRINGS.
he   St.   Alice   Hotel   Is   Being   Well
Patronized.
ry foi tbe new I phtl
ek for the St, Mice
Berl       n theii  sli epei - are longi r, I hotel  Is n 1   place  and   onlj
higher and wider than in similar cars   av tits -  of the  trans-
'ii   any   other   line      They   protecl   mission    lm        ng   the   trail   before
their trains by the  I"   ck System. ���   wl���  ,���, ,���  worklng order,    Ml,  W,
I he boundaries ol a claim mav be ,,.   ,. ,  , .
,,-,.,.,,, ��� \\    Forrestei   completed his oontraci
dehnei! absolntelv hv having a survev
made  and  publishing   notices  in  the "" ""' ):      Ht"> dam and power house,
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
ltisi week, and has gone 10 tlw coast.
1'eiroleum���All   unappropiated  Do- The   Harison   Lake   Hatchery   has
minion lands in Manitoba, the North- commenced  the    spawning    season's
west Territories and within the Yukon win];, by  Bending  the crews  io  Silver
Territory, are open to prospecting for ���,,f.k   .,,,,,,��� ,,���  ,.;,,i(.,. ,.������ ,������ BpftwB
petroleiiin, and  the  minister may  re-   ,.      ,. , ,, ,        ,       ,
, .    ..   . . ' ' Ine.   hsh   are   usually     to   he     found,
serve   for   an   individual   or   company
having machinery  on  the land to be   ' '"""^ '; "::""  is  ln  ohar*e '"'  ,l,t'
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for  crew'
such period as he may decide, the I There was a lively few minutes at
'length of which shall not exceed three   the hatchery on Monday last  whan II
times the breadth. Should the pros-j was discovered thai a flre was burn-
I pector discover oil in  paying quan- lng under t^ foundation of the hatch.
lines, and satisfactorily establish such: lin.|V(|.
discovery, an area  not  exceeding 640
acres,  including the  oil well, will  be   excellen,   ''""   PMtecUon   and   prompt
sold to the prospector at the rate ofA"'11"" in tu-rning on the hose, the
!$i an acre, and the remainder of the, building would soon have gone tip In
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres, smoke. Poiliinately tlie damage Is
J will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,   confined to a scorching of the found"
subject to royalty at such rate as may   dation   timbers  and   some  damage  to
he -1 vcilicd by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the  Minister of the Interior.
Dent, Interior.
the plant. The cause of the flre Is at>
trlbuted to the carelessness of smokers in throwing down burning matches.
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mm yi THE DAILY NEWS
s/>turdAV, August *, im.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily Xews Pub-
Isbing Company, Limited, at their
ifflees corner of Sixth and Front
otreets,  New  Westminster,  B.  C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
C.   Brown R.  J.   Burde  one
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,   10
mmmm���mmmmimmemH*^ms-   .        . .
dei the terms and for the pay which
Asiatics, with mote docile temperament .uni more frugal habits, gladly
accept, but in the fact that there are
British immigrants and even irn
nadians whom education has nol lifti i
above thai class of employment    The
solution  of  the  problem  is
ter  schooling    for our  own     ��������� A
Anothei' similar  bul   much  more  ex
tensive  work   than  either  lun     ring
or mining in Iiriiish ('olumbia
C'-nts per line (nonpariel) 12 linos to
the inch.      Five  cents  por  line  for   of  excavating    the     Panama    c nal,
subsequent insertions. which   i:   has   al   last   been   det I le I
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 ^.^ ]h, done by Chinese laborers.
P0Bt8 ^ line breVler ��r n0nparie1' 10 There was a fierce contesl in opposi-
"For"tin,rcontracts. special posh ""�� ��> **�� Proposition by the labor
tons, apply to advertising manager. party in the United State.-. But the
Notices of births, marriages or most obstinate advocate of white ex-
deaths, 50c, Wants, for sales, lost or clusiveness had to yield flnail} to the
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per f (     ,   h;is ,,,.,,;i       yed
word.       No  advertisement  taken  fcr '
i"s.> than 2a cents. impossible for white men lo work Iu
.^^^���~.-~~~~~-,~~.~-~.-...-~.~,--.~.   tin- climate and  under   the   circutn-
TELEPHONES, .-lances prevailing at the Isthmus, and
Business office   22  if they could work there that gigantic
work, the total expense of whicb reveals Infinite possibilities, would under such exclusion, cost the country
twice as  much.
Editorial   office   	
    17
 277
��� .union^ .LaBr.
SATURDAY.  AUGUST  4,
1906.
nance  stores.    Royal  Arsenal,    Woolwich, England.
Senator Templeman left today for
a tour of the Inland Revenue offices
of the maritime provinces. Afterward
he goes to the Pacific coasl
��� o	
Strikers Resume Work.
Great Falls. Mont., Aug. 3.���The
.Mill and Smeltermens' anion tonighl
declared off the strike whicli shut
down the Boston & Montana smelter
Croat Falls and the mines of the
company In Butte, the men agreeing
to resume work tomorrow p ndlng an
Investigation Into the cases of live
discharge.I   men.
 o���	
Baron Cannot Accept
Winnipeg, Aug. 3.���Baron Komura
has wired to the secretary of the Canadian club his regret that owing
111 the stale of llis health he will not
be able to accept the Invitation to
take luncheon With them which invitation he very much appreciated.
Great Special Sale
OF OUR
GOOD NEWS FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
Our German friends maj   nol  have
as exalted an opinion  if the little empire we are par; of, as we mighl ivish,
and no especial love for this Insignificant corner of thai monarchy, but
we must acknowledge thai they attend pretty thoroughly to any task
ihey undertake, says the Montreal
Star. As scientific a pe >ple as the
Gei '.nans were among i he eai llest t 1
come to the conclusion thai tul ei
losis could be driven out of any country. The old Idea thai 1 instimptii n
was Incurable, an hi re litary curse
thai una-- be acr. pte i as an affliction
sent by Provideuce, did nol appeal
strongly to so unemotional a people.
Thej sought out remedies and systematically applied them. The results
must bring a thrill of hope to consumptives everywhere. The Germans
have not only found thai tuberculosis
can be cured, but they are steadily
ellmitating it from the ailments of
their country.
United States Consul E, T. Liefeld,
of Freiburg, announces in yesterday's
Washington Daily Consulai Rep r .-
the returns of the Germ ,:. national
congress of tuberculosis. He shows
that there has been ad -���
per com In the de iti - trom the disease since IS75, while the s inatoria
have restored to health in ; to thi
work 34 per cent of the persons treated in them, During 1905, no fewer
than 26,62] persons coming an ler the
workmen's insurance acl were treated
in  the sanatoria.
Tho work is mu- lefl entirely to iho
government,    Whilo   .-��� fun A of insurance   companies    ir.  gome   other
countries have been e:    mded in running houses ot mirtl stering up
stocks   big   shai ���'..������ lers   w -; e   inti 1
".-toil In, German Ins 1    i.       m    mies
si out  money  In the  pei fe :tlj   Iei Iti
mate Insurance business    M
lhe rjeath rate.   Prom 1901 to 1905 the
Insurance companies of Gei many have
expended $9,246 "50    In  fighting    thi
white   pi... ie.    Th     01   1;    include ���
Tennis Tournament.
The lawn tennis tournament thai Is
to be played this afternoon al the
tenuis courts will he well patroni I,
ai cording to the list of evenl - thai
are to be decided, which incl A -
follow ing:
Martin   and   Laffert; .   plus   15    vs.
Johnston and White, minus 15.
Stewart, Scratch,    vs.    S 1 hei land,
pi is   15.
Mr. and   Mrs.  Johnsl in,  min .-   '.'
vs   Mas  Williams and O    riar.,    ilnus
15.
Miss  Bi ymner an I   Laffi rl   .  minus
A.. \ s. Mi., and Mrs. ti: mt, n in is 15.
Laffert; .   scral ch,   vs.   I la ker,
1-2 30.
sera    1, vs. 1 'an 91 on,  minus
15.
i'i!" tournament   will  c mmem
3   i'clo   .. an 1 will last 1  : .      a   hree
hours
Yellowed Clothes,
Soak tho clothes overnight in
lukewarm waler and nexl morning
wash in good clean suds; then put
them in the wash boiler with cold
water and some pieces of white curd
soap and q teaspoonful of powdered
borax. Boil for twenty minutes,
rinse immediately and leave them
for another nighl in clean cold water to which n little powdered borax
has been added.
Summer Suits
Coats aJd Pants
To CI2r.1-.3e Chsrr.ois.
Ii is nol generally known thai to
cleanse a chamoi I ither for p le
1 ��� nil or any ol hei poli-d in�� pur-
po  ��� "i he besl w r_. "   ��� 1 h i    n
lukewarm soapy water ..��� I I ���'.������. e
plenty of soap in the 1; :t rin ��� -��� water. This make: tlie was . il r
as sofl and pliable as when new, To
rinse all soap oul w..'. make : hard
��� and dry. J My in the open nir if possible.
5 Only Suits Lined
coats, dark striped, grey
striped and light check;
homespun. Usual good
$15 values; to clear, the
price     -      -    SW.00
11 Only Suits ���l'l;liited coats, dark checked
flannels; good serviceable goods. Usual good
812 values; to clear, the
suit      -      -      $8.00
The remainder of our
$1" suits, also coats and
pants, to clear for $7.00.
Our S's suits are yours
for $5.45; and our $6.00
suits arc going for$ 1.35.
li
Pacific  Coast Complaint.
Ottawa,  Aug.    .   s ime  compli int -
have  I a  received  from  the  Pa title
i lasi as ������! the omission of lumber on
' he li.-' if ai tlcles s] ecified In l he
sched ile published In the Japanese comes liki
Tea", which includes certain articles from
- . ecti I to specify duty. Article 5 of
���'.a treaty provides for lumber, 30 that
lumber exported to Japan from Canada woul 1 lie entitled to such dutj is
lumbei arriving from any othei 1 in
try.
Gtiin:d  Porcelain.
Stains on porcel tin tubs, wash-
stands and sinks are 1 atisi .1 by allowing the surface to be injured.
Wh ������.) new, porcelain is ..- smooth as
a piece of window glass, bul if rubbed with sand soap its surface be-
a piece of ground glass,
which no cleansing agent can
take the slain. (lomraon household
ammonia is recommended for cleaning.
The remainder of Straw and Imitation Panama Hats,
to clear at       - HALF PRICE
Five dozen Men's Straw Hats (boater shape); prices
from 75c to $1.25; to clear, the price 25c the hat
Coal  Deposits Found.
Prince Albert, Sask., Aug 3.���Very
extensive  bituminous    coal    deposits
have  I n locate.!  ai   Lac  La Ro ige
aboul a hundred miles norl h ��� I here.
Specimens broughl In are of excellent
quality, being blacker an.l harder than
thai found al Edmonton. Lac
Rouge Is ilso a famous Indian Ms! lng
ground   and   around   there grea
ai res of pine, Red and ; ellow : linl
i.yoAis are also known to exlsl in
that  locality,
Lumber Destroyed.
St, George, V  ll.. Aug. 3.- T . ��� Sl
George   pulp   and   paper      o ipan
Waxing  Stockings.
Jt is suggested that waxing the
toe and heel of a stocking will diminish the number of holes to be
darned���the principle being tho
same as waxing thread, to make it
stronger. Stretch the stocking over
thc darner, moil a paraffin candle
and rub thoroughly into the stocking, rubbing it in smoothly with the
hand.	
Hufl. 4 In rMstory.
1781���Isaac Hayne, Amerl
can patriot, was hanged at ' lharle ston , born
1745. Hayne was a
R ivol il lonary officer
and ������: - eapturdd al
Charleston, la Ing p -
roleil. he was mb n ���
quently required in
take up anus for his
cause,     ll.-   was   again
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
CLOTHIER
situation  required aa bookkeeper
or accountant; large and varied ex-
perlence; strictly
consclentiou
��� and
trustworthy;   bI tt
���  salary.    Tl
rner,
Chickne, Saak.
CONSULT H idam
rst��yi's on all
mat-
. .ters pertaining to
business and
mar-
riages, past, present and future
fore-
told.    One week
only.   Corne
��� 8th
and C trnarvon st
eet
' X-
II ins Ander
sen.
the maintenance of 2(1    inal ..i.i, with j lumber mill here and lun,:..
2,111   beds for won,,.a, and   I"  -am   ,.,   ,-   L million feel were destroyed bj
""'''  ui'1' :'n   !'1'1'  '  :   children,    fl   :i,.. 0f unexplained origin lasi   night,
i,;''  falr t0 '-   "-���'  all    his  work   Tne |osg ls estimated al $25,000
the pari of the insti ompan-  ���_ ,	
is
on
les
lie
Hu
as well as mui Ii of thi ial pub-
Interest in the ,vork, due to
suggestion   of  the   German   Em-
pre
Medals Are Reaaiy.
i ' .wa.  Ana.  3.���Militia   ordi
nounce  that  the  Queen's  Soutl    \;
" ~ -������ ������ Tran medals and clasps on order to
the saxon as a laborer. members of ill" Canadian Scouts are
Large employers ol labor In British now ready for Issue. Application
of the opinion   musi be made to the director of ord-
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Columbia seem to u
entertained by the same class iu uther
parts of America th n acn belonging
to what is called the Vnc i 3 ������ m race
are  nol   iii-  ',.������ the
���Mon: real   Waa.-. ���   ,      ., j  :   |n
Btlnc .... cterl itlcs of
Initiative un I Indepeutl i  :;; them
ii la allege I, foi  .
Ilvinj   contented
li "..     .'   ....
the motive 1;   ..
lain    o  man
hour:;'   work.     Till
umil 11;, lng reasoi
of laboi' . ��� . i
t'i om   Asia    who    ll'O
faithful to Ihi li
io  woi:.  and  live In  g in
wilh no ambition so
as  i A ,    religion    prejudii I    a
clal < usl ai. i are not li I
Exclusion laws havln ��� e Cl
nose,   and   social     prejtid
turned the prou ler   Jap me -1   a ��������� a;
from   British   Col imbla    i Undo ..���  und
Sikhs aro ia Ing Impoi ted to take I heir
place.    The supplj   ol   thi -  i lass of
labor Is Inexhaustlve, and Is  lei.   i .
to he superior to I rial ol I ie tl .   lace i
coolies.   Before long n . rj ma) : e expected to he beard againsl ll hy people  who are  tiell I.it   v. tiling  i i  work
themselves under the aa ie   ai    con
dl tlons, nor to allow  ol hers to do
The  trouble is nol  In  the  facl   thai
liritish Immigrants will not labor un
made prisoner and
ecuted  for  treason.
1 23 Oliver P. rry Morton, famous ns war
governor of Ind ana, was horn ln
Wuj .:������ coui tj.  Ind.; died 1S77.
I 12- I'i" Id. nt Lincoln pi ocl limed a draft
for 300,000 m.ai, the first Impressment
ordered.
11875 ��� Hans Christian Andersen, Danish
poet and novelist, died al < lopenhagen;
born ls.ir,.
1886 Sania. i Joni - Tllden, statesman, died
at i Ireystone. M.  V.; born lslU.
1901 Dowager Empress Frederick of Oer-
many, queen i onsort of the late Em-
poror Frederli k, mother of the reigning   laais. r   and   eldesl    daughter   of
'." a    Victoria   of   England,   died   at
' li onbi i.i   born 1840.
1M4     Joseph T.  Lewis,  Wisconsin's "war
��� ��� - ' r,"   .li".l   ..i   i'olumbus,   Wta.,
li.ni 1821.
FOR RENT���Large
suitable   for   an
Chas. G. Major.
we . .. ta'" I    i���' n,
office.     Applj    to
W. R. Gilley, 'l^none l-d*.
J. R. Gfiley, 'Hhone  1 4 1
GILLEY BROS.
I le i.ers in
GAVE HER AWAY.
Lime
Juice,
Bathing
S��j etc.
AT
RYALI/S
Drug   Store
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents n. r. fottery Co, sown- pipe. etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Frent Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-b
Westminster Iron Works
GEVERAL
MACH1NK
WOKK.
AM)  l..Mil.\'K
Slill' SMITHING, Hitiuiif, and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WUKK.
Ornamental   iron   worn,   including
Fences, Dates, Flre Escapes, etc.
Mall orders nnd correspondence ln
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE hi Ki.i'.i.
New Westminster. i\ u. {i'i
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
Advertise in the News
WE ARE USING PUKE CANADIAN MILK IN
Cowan's
Cowan's Cream Bars
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, etc
He:   "Did the bride's father give he    away?"
She:    "Well,   I   should   say   Ht   did.     He  told  at   least   three   of  tho   weddina
yueata how aid aha waa."
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IN
PURITY ANU FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
SEALED   TENDERS  addressed   to
the undersigned, and endorsed ' Ton
dor for Posi Offlce. Fernie, B. C���" ��
ii" received al  thi   oflli e until S il
day, Auaii ��� t   I,  1906, Inclui Ive, tor i li
construction of a   Pnsl    Offlce,    &
building ai Fernie, li. C.
Plans and specification ��� can be 11
ind forms of tender obi lined al till
Departmenl and on applii ation to R
"ii   A.   Kerr,   Es |���  Clerk  of   Woi
It mil', li. C,
Persons tenderlns aro notified i li il
tt ihIi'it will nol in- con Idei e I iinli
made on  the prlnti d  form  supp
and  Blgned   with   their actual  sign
tures,
Each lender mu it bo n i tompn
!���} an accopted cheque on n chai torod
banlt, made payable to Iho order nf
the Honorable lhe Minister of Public
Works, equal to lon por cent, (10 p.cl
of tho amounl of lh ��� lotulor, which
"ill bo forfeited If the party tonderln i
tloclli c to enter Into i nmlr tel �� hen
'������ai al upon in do so, or If ho fall to
1. niplete the work contracted for. If
the lender bo not accopted tho ��� ho i r
will ho returned,
The Dopartmeni  li e   nol bind II   ' :'
lo accepl the lowesl or any tender,
By order,
FRED, (il.'.INAS,
Bocrel try.
Dopartmeni of Public Works,
Ottawa, Jul   L2, 1006
New: papers in.a .':i:u this advortli e
menl  wlthoul authority from Hi" Do-
partment will nol be pal l for It. Isatu
RDAV.
AUGUST   4,   1906.
THE DAIL\  NEWS
THE CASH  STORE
ummer
as***"**
Necessities
Most people shop these days to meet only present
demai
\\V feel flattered with the increasing patronage
the store has enjoyed during the past month.
Many say its because they  find this store has
the finest -election they have seen.
We aim at having the goods you want and the
price never more than you'd expect to pay   value
ed.
The Following Prices Should
Interest You.
$4.75 for Fancy Lustre Sull      ���. ���  .   ;: ' I
$5.50 toi   Ti Immed   Lustre Suii       ire re $8.50
$1.95 for Colore i  Wa h Suits;    vei    $3 30.
75c  f ������   Blou ses  that   are i   i       a;  A 25
25c  : ir  White  Kid   Bi li -.   weri   75c
2Cc :      Bleai he 1  Sheetin
15c for Zephyr Gtngh
12; 2c for Colored Organdie Mu  lin;  was 33c.
20c ���      lap nese SH      r  b
2c : ii   Em ii il lei   .  ���.'��� as 3
121 ,c for Embi ��� Iderj ;  was 1
$3.00 for  Linen Cosl ime Lenet       wa    tS 75.
Try us with a Mail Order
1    ���      mV    It
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
in  and  see our assort
'.' the famous
Eaton-Hurlbut
[^Stationery
��l.   h arrived a short time ago
II      . well,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
Fi-one   107.
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I. J. MACKAY & CO.,  ^-: ''u ^If  !
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest  Stock  in  the  City.
Mounted     in   any   Style     you   Cesirc
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
"aAA'jiAaAANl...       rhe Jeweler,     -     Colombia Sl
ai\rmaaaM
Royal City Pish Co.
Wholes*.If. and Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
(iame In Season
W. deliver to all parti of the City.    Telephone 40.    P. O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Nr*t Daily Newt, New Westminster, B. C.
.'i
.<��� iterd*. '
���s. stem si tnography and typewrit-
lap;. The Provli office, Armsti ong
bh i !���:, 'Phone G2.
The highest temperature registered1
In   Xew    Westmlnstei   vesterday   was'
80 degrees above zero.    In Vancouver
the highesi was 75 above
After having remained in heaps in
the v. all s of Carnegie Square for sev-
I ral wi eki. the gravel was finally
sprea I   ; esterday.
Do yua aeed shoes? If so, investigate win' tnej nave to say m tne
lai ge .. Ivei tlsen enl to day of Johnston's Big Sh ����� House ll Is Important.
A consignment of fortj live hogs
arrived on the Ramona yester I i ���
morning for .1. A. Willis. Vancouver.
The Squealers will be taken to Van-
couve    'Iii- morning
A   er having been  more or less in-
ated   foi   a   period   of   aboul   a
. John Campbell  was fined $2.50
ai. I   co sts   A   the   |  .ii'"   magisi
erda Tl ��� fini  was    ild
Tendei elng  called  f      i he
ating   of  the   P in  ��� .
���' li   erdal.      rhi     hui ch is  ; i feet
20 feet wid I 15
t iwer.   The i
to    ii    painted wh
J.  A.   Hand .   Masillon, Ohio,
In the eil irt tl .       estei -
on   his   return   fi im    i   tii
".    After callii     up      111     i il  ���
x-Alderman Handco eedi
n  hi ���   way to his  : ime   via Sea
The  a embei    of the  local     irpei
union held a meeting on Thai .--
eve ling  In the  I.  O. (J.  1".  h
v. here i'. ' Ine b i In��� was transacti
an I nembi i - a Imiti
Tl e following i ssengei - an ive i
here    estei . . the -''��� in ei  i; i
i.   i'   Ma hews,   ft'. 1 g, J. G.
in, M. A, .1 ��� ���-. Edward 1 mes,
.1 T. Chisholm, Mrs. .1. T. Chisholm,
A a. in Jones, . im Chilliwack; V.
Turner,   I:   San [eve  an l   Hans Gavfd
���  .     on   Rivei side.
Dr. I loherty, medli al superiten lent
.    the   pi ovinci il  asylum  for the  in-
ine b ;-..������ ' . thank i he mem ers   if
the  Citj   Ban 1  for  their  kin lnes
giving   .i   i   in''" the  asylum   on
Thursdaj evening The music was
mu 'li enjoye i bj the patients as well
as bj   I he attendants and staff.
The tiif engine from No. '1 hall was
��� a   oul   i i the  scene of the  bush
[ires   in   the   rear  of   the  old   power
.-'   j estei laj aftei i i, bul by the
time the engine arrived there, all danger of I he fire reai hlng I he building
!, id  passe I, as the wind had shil ��� .
i he engine was I iken oui  on one o
��� hi   ii.   C.   E.  It. i ompanj -   '. il   i ��� .'.-.
. : was nol uni ladi i. being i turni I
ii the citj  ali' ii  5 o'i lock.
A skiff thai had been moore la the
fi ol nf Sixth streel for a few days
has been taken awaj bj parties unknown, and the owner, Hugh Pal
terson, has reporte i the mattei I i
the police. Mr. Patterson wenl I
Vancouver on Thursday morning, ana
noticed I he disappearance of his boat
on   his   rei urn   :��� estei daj.    The   I oal
II ataitifl   a   new   sail,   row! icks,  nars
and a  quantity of fit hlng tackle
Eight  hours after
m u.   Rev.  C    v.'.   Ho i      in,   M.
I   ins, a. Malins, C. Travis, How ird,
���'.  A   Vid I   T. s   Annand ile
An i ��� v.   Jimmie,    the Indian     ��� ho
...  a  ... :���"-"��� 1  Tl       i ...   evening on a
.   . ge oi  naving intoxicants  in  his
; i - ��� sslon,  wi     fine i   $25  an i   costs
police    .     [isti ate    . esi ���: lay
.'orning.   The fine was paid   ���.   Jim-
njvVs  mother,  and  he  went  back  to
...u.    waterfront   where  he  Intends  to
cam i u11'" t,lc Beaver puts in an appearance,
old  job  of
supposed ii<
��irike   anion:
when he will apply for his
deck  hand.    Jimmie   was
be the ringleader in the
,    the   deck   hauls   that
20 Per Cent  Discount
Makes a Big Saving When Buying Furniture
For instance:
$4.50 good values iron Bel for    $3,60
Elegant Solid Oak U'icker, cob . er seat, bargain at $3.50, for...$2.80
Parlor Furniture i.s equal'.;. low in price. We have a splendid line
of Upholstered Goods and are -are to please you. It will pay you
to see our line. These special prices will not last long, so purchase now for cash and save something.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
Duponl Block. Telephone 73.
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'- ' .-!��� 1 the Beavei
to ii" delaye I sev-
night.
he  sun.
eral hours Thurs laj
According  to the  re ve"!"   returns,
. i  bundre I    thousand      - ' ' '"-s    "'
whiskey are at present s'oA'''1 'P ''"���'
.. Tilf ry   In   this   cltj.   an I
���    four hundred thousand dollai.'3
ilready   been  contributed   lo   revevnue
alone.    The whiskej   must  remain K'
bon i   foi   two  j'eai -   aftei   il   Is   .lis-1
tilled, and  no  whit ki     from  the dis-
.' I!  be place i on the mai ket
lefore   A      lar;    5,   1907.     The   distillery   wil    re-open   on   SeptAmlx^   i.
and will then keep on distilling  n  ire
invigorating  fluid  until  the  time  alii   iritles fo   thi   mar-
:  ��������� iii    "..   sl ill  have ar-
' ive :
i 'onsiderable   lifficultj   i -  being  ex-
���!��� ed in   Iriving     ���   piles foi  I ie
nda il      ������-.���;.
u is being    ill   I u  i be Ro
- ilongsi li   be Lul i Island     idg
A ���   ii 200 piles will have to be drivei
:..t.     .   ��� pressing slow-
i Ine   ..:   the   ���'��������� ..���:���:.       - ������   la
ibed i    ��� - the ... isi   liffic ill
: ,-ing proposli I in  tb i    he b   I evei
��� ��� a.  up against, a i ling    hat   W.  A.'
Gillej   would  be able to gel  thro
I ��� ������ .. even If il was diffii ill
Chi"-'  i' msl ������' ���  Sp .ia  ai I   Pi ivin-
cial i lonstal le Wilkie were    u of the
all   laj    ; esterday    : - iting the
ish   iii es   that   were   raging   in   the
\ it inity.
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Ladies' Blouses and
Shirtwaist Suits
White House
275 Columbia St.
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Fighting   Bush   Fires.
Hush fires were plentiful all day
yesterday between this city and Van-
��� iver. A dangerous tii.' sl uted neai
the old powei house, and for a time
threatened I i lestr ij that building,
while several smaller fires were rag-
in ; along the road  betwi en the two
' is. The mosl severe was one close
to the spot where the G. X. R crosses
B. c. E, It. company's line near
Vancouver. Two engines from Vancouver were out fighting the Barnes,
and remained on the scene until late
last night. At midnight the fire was
reported to be under control, and no
fu   hei   trouble was anticipated.
The fierce fire that destroj'ed several uildings al Blue Mountain yes-
a   . ij  evening i- i. iw under con . il,
tl Is still being closely watched, as
there Is langer of another outbrsaic,
Ri irts of se\ ral houses being burned In the sui rounding countrj were
current I isi ��� reuing, bul n i details
could be secure I.
Ri eve Ladnei, who was In the cltj
;   sterday,      Informed      Government
'��� senl Fisher that tin's were raging in
i fl      Delta,   and   ihai   the   properties
Roberi   McKee and Thomas Wilson
���re In  dangi r,    He asked  thai   the
flre warden be Bent out  to the Dell i
. wyneric had   ,,, assi8, tD ,.1L, fighting of the fires,
.- ��� !'��� they can pla;        around
' he N'e ���'���   Wesl nins er m sn.    All  I .
same, ll   w > ild    ie       dg s irp ise  I i
them if they  di i  win,  but the ever-
\ ictorious New \\ es minstei s will
tc ii thai this does imr haj  n i
.1. J. Johnston will i.e on the
grounds filling i.i- usual position of
timekeeper.    A brand new st ip watch
has been importe i from tl ist, an i   . ihbei .
will be used for the first time today.
Unlike the other    timepiece    bought   ______
earlier In the season that would only
tick when roughlj shaken, this
���A really guaranteed to point .>:;; the
. i rreel time ol laj. and Mr. Johnston Is confidenl that with Its bei]
he wlll be able to limit the quarters
to twenty nalnutes actual play, unless
he gets so interested in the game that
he forgets to watch the wat< h.
isslng the Fraser River bridge and
ing his escape towards the south
Chlel Mcintosh at once instituted a
search for the man. and gave orders
..i the bridge to stop any suspicious
character going through with an aul .
but some time later another messa-"
was received saying that the auto h I 1
been found, an.l that the supposed
was all :i. mistake.
HAMMOCKS
False Alarm.
A telephone message was received
yesterday morning by the chief of
police to the effect that an automobil
had heen stolen in Vancouver, and
that the party who had taken a fancy
to the auto was on his way to Xew
Westminster   with   the   intention   of
Croquet Sets
Sporting Goods
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MOREY'S c"lumbiaSt-
finished loading al Millside yesterday, the big vessel arrived a1 Nanaimo,  where 3400 ti us ol  coal  will  be
.ni aboard tor Nome, In addition
ti the oal needed in the hunkers of
the Wyneric, The total weighl of the
cargo Is estimated at over 7000 ions.
I he Wj nerlc Is expected lo leave Nanaimo   for the north  nexl   Thursday,
\i. ther big vessel, the Boverlc, Is
, xpected to arrive al Porl Guichon
aboul Se item i . I ��ll h a cargo ol
rails for the V. w. -v   V.
but on account of the warden being
a' present busy checking tires In oth-
i r quari ers. he could nol be senl to
��� in   Del . for some time,
 ���o_���1_
Today's  Lacrosse   Match.
i he lacrosse match this afternoon
a i:'..-. r [on Pai;. between the Van-
rs  and   the  Roj al  City  seniors
vi   no doubt prove a more Interesting
game tii in  some of the last  matches.
i   ' \ incou' ei te tm lias been streng-
I In ae I   and  they  have  heen   practlc-
a consignment of live sneep that ar-   ,. , .    ���        ���.  |at6| ;ill,| are ;1S ���,,,-,,
rived yesterday on board the Ramona	
 ii i   ...   little exi l era ml   yesterdaj
..re: nn in,   when   i.Af     were     being
taken as hore.   Oi I the deck hands
rarelesslj   lefl   the  gate  of the  pen. j
in   which   thi ���   were   11 nl ne 1. open,
ml half ...    en    I beep i    iap
ed and scattered over Lhe deck.    All
hands and the i oolt w.      pressed in-!
i i  sen ice  in  the al em] I   to re ��� i
tare the sheep, bul ll waa - mu   time |
before thle i ould I e effi i ted,   Final-1
I;    all    were   corralled   antl   driven1
ashore, from where they  Will he taken
in Vancouver where ihey are to i��'
converted Into mutton.
The New We.I ailnsler crick.'i cinii
are going across to Vancouvei' thla
afternoon to try conclusions with the
Vancouver crlckel club. The match
will lie played al Brockton Point, and
with a stronger team, the Xew Westminster players expect to make n better showing today than they have
done for the lasi few games. The
team will leave here ill 1 o'clock uml
will he compose.1 of the following:
!���;. Peers, T. Odd;. Prof. Judges, P. C.
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A   WEEK   OE   ATTRACTIONS
COMMENCING  MONDAY, AUG. 20
CLOSING   SATURDAY,   25th
Balloon Ascension and Parachute Jump every day,  and many other free
acts.   Dancing every day and night and a big continuous Vaudeville Performance
One Whole Week of Eun.   Baseball and   Other Sports
EXCURSION   RATES FROM ALL POINTS
Wednesday,   August   22nd,   British   Columbia   Day
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&ATURDA/
AUGUST -
SUMMER CHILDREN.
(��#-ii*.iTin lilf r.-i^h l*.,iis l-'or the ,!�����*���
nile* nnd IVhAt Should ll��-  % voided.
Ten good sized volumes could nol
linlil nil thai one could say about children's fashions, and yel to the laj
mind tin i. seen - hul little difference
In i'.. ir pi ents. s '1 there Is, and
ono of tbe best things to noti Is tht
:....;. each gar 'Ill ' ��� Its own
pai: ���'."'-��� The 1 foi everyday
���   are of sou teria] \i hich can
be washi .1 und ironed and tlien look
like ���     -  a   .   di ilee  in
thi   '  -a a-:, bats, -    ne lx  ��� - .  ..'ie wiih
a flnl lirh    ' tub ��� lidered  in oi f  tin
new Swedish style-, and these, we i
knew, are - i thi k thai :i little starch
win held them linn for a comparatively
long peril ! . f usefulness. Others bave
n foundation made of thin material re-
enforced with ime nf the stiffening materials, ami upon this foundation an
laid iiii emi of wry full ruffles superimposed so that the brim is n very ilufl
of daintiness. The crowns are generally
made in tarn n' shunter style, and
around ihe crown is a ribbon of whatever style is desired, with a big hew
in front or on one side or a drapery
nnd bow of the same materia] as the
rest of th.- hat. l.aee is often put
along ihe edge of all the ruffles and
the bows when tbey are of tlie material, rink, blue ami while batiste
and Persian lawn are all pretty made
up in these little hats, am] so j- .lotted
swiss and also the thick linens, but
naturally lie la--; mentioned are ..:,';
fur those v.ill; Hat brims, There nre
Severn] I; lids i ;' fi in y stra ws, Imt the
mull   ard   Imtisti for
small girls, sa; up six yi rs old, and
the ; older.
The . " - ���''.:��� ��� . ' i fourteen
in..I ritilions   and
Bo   i       of r nny   ki id  on
hers this year.
v, preferred les,
yet there are n
-   ���       ed '..   ns
ir      ���'    rs'
ir little (1
ters'   I i     -'e   caps     re   -
pcarcelj the head, and sei
pur]    -       t I can im-
i to A" ;.  tin ir .   rs
���:
And thai remi ':- me to in tt. q that
today ev >ry mother looks oul for her
T .n's ears, aud if they -how any
propensity toward standing out from
thc head she uses a sort of contrivance
thai  holds the tender ears  back  flat
GAINING HEALTH.
simple Bxerctaea and ll��'me,llei. Thai
Promote Ilenlth uml Good Loolca.
If you are  weak and in a  low stnti
of health, know this: Vou yourself can
do more to Improve your condition thai
anybody else,    [f you bave a ser
ailment, of course employ the besl phy
ill   you   know,     nul   even   in   I
ea-e you  11111 -t  ....... :    tl    �� Ith  Am
his remedies will   In little goi 1,
If, "ii tl ��� otl er la.ial. you nr
in the flush of youth, healt i, p iw ���������
g ".ii lo iks, re   live 1    ' w  . mi   ���
this   i .. i   ..,'   In      li, power and
good looks permanent.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot <jf 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th   Street
I
New Wwrfiiiinsfcr, B. C.
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Sat-  Berth  No.  494,"   will  be  received  at
urday at 2:1:0 p. in. this Department  until  uoou on  Wed-
WEST COAST ROUTE.
All
work.
Breathing Exer
Correct brentl Inp has nn Influence little loss (ban magical In pri motii -
health. Ordinarily it should be slov
deep and rhythmical. The following
deep breathing exercise should be practiced every morning on lirst rising
Open your window wide. Stand in
from of it with a loos,, robe on. Let
the .'inns hang loosely at the sides.
Then begin from the lowest part of tin
abdomen and draw In and downward
slowly all the pure air your body will
hold.    Generally In breathing we fill
only about a fourth of our lungs.
Scientists say the real  life force If
drawn  in   with  the  brentb.   It  is  not
air itself. Init an ether which Is in tin
air.   As you inhale slowlj   calmly and
noiselessly through tbe nostrils, mouth
shut   tight,   all   the   air   yea  can   hold
think that you are drawing to tlie low
est   | arl   of  your  bodj   this  true  Uf<
force.   Then exbnle  the   breath  ia  tin
��� tme sl iw, .-aim  mm   ��� r.   While yo
do so send  by your  thou        til  ;
the  life  for..' uji  tl roi g    the nerves
st  d   erect,   v  th   the   -: iuai  colm  :
.-.    t-i  v fre    while I tl        'eai
Ing exercise,   i in    I      i   i   tiuti
Practice it  tin   igh the
��� tivor to n    ."   t hal
keeping in i
are drawing
��� .
ng "'. nlso
rei ring.
If you are inclined 1
ch ni iws ai
bone li     '   ' ���     ���     '
y.   i
I ,  _ ... ...    .
as though i ��� :-      . ���     if!
pari of the ��� awhile bn   ���
Ing tl    mgh th ��� nostrils ii
of sharp, rjuii '.   -a irts.   Ti ke a do    *
of  these  bre: tl $  in  succei uigl
and morning just after you ha ���  I
ed the deep breathing ��������� i :������ [se.   Kee]
up your pracl ice.
S, S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at  11 p. ni. on 1st,
7th, 19th aud 20th of each month foi
rinds   Of   Ship   repair Ashousit and way points; leaves Vic
toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way  points.  Leaves  Victoria on 20th
Ship   and   SCOW    Building of each month for Cape Scott and way
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business cent) rs oi
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MALI
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK i i I
PHILADELPHIA,  via  Niagara  Falls.
F..r Time T. I les, etc., add:-.
CEO.  VV.  VAwiX,
Assistant Gen'   P       i  'er and T
Agent, 135 A ..." 3 St., I hicago, 111.
:. Juding Quatslno.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on -Men
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at ii p. m. and Saturday
al -' p. ni. with additional trip on .Monday at ." a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
nesday, the 8th day of August, 1!*0G,
for a license to cul Umber on Berth
No. 494, comprising the Wes' half of
Sei tion 26, Township 5, K. i ge 7,
w, t of the 7th Meridian, containing
,m an a of   ��� : acres more or 1
Thi ii ������ of this berth o e
made within one j t of
tl a .'��� : -'.
Thi    e      '  a.s under  which a ii-
1 a ,���   will    e  issued,    also    printed
forms ol '��� 1 lei and ��� nveloj e, may be
��� this Departmenl 1 1 al the
offlce of the Crown Timber a. enl al
N'i w Westminster, EL C.
Each tender mus' I e 1 ci 1 mpanled
a ..a accepted cheque on a chartere I
bank in favor of the Deputy of the
Canadian
pacifj
Railway Com
Pclny
Two    ���
with dining
ami   firsl
Atlantic  li\;
Impi
���
90 DAYS
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at Minister   of   the   Interior,   for   the
Excursion
Eastern  point    .
2, ::. Aug, 7. -
For fui: ;
c
7 a. in.; Friday
trip Saturday 5
amounl of the bonus whieh the appll-
...ii- Is prepared to pay for tbe license.
N'o tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY Q,  KEYES,
Secretary.
Departmenl of the Interior. 1 ittawa,
June 23, 1906,
at ti a.  m. additional
p,  ni.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. 111. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leave.-   V,,.. ouvi r  al   2  p,  m.,  2nd
and   16th   of  each   month,  calling  at      Any a.  [la      D min   ��� Land   with-
Skidega  | Bi      1 loola  in the R ilwi     la 11 In Britl h Col im
I]. Tin ������ on  an [vai  and   bia, may be homi        led by any pel
son who I head of a fan
or
to
GOUL]
P. li   '.-,..
Assistant
Vancouver.
E. J. COYLE
General   Pa
' Mfl����r Atttil
J Great Northern Ry. j
Synopsis   oi   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
WHEN
.37
Minneapolis, St. Paul
The  Mouth ami Tenth.
Never try to stretch your mouth by
yawning as widely as p issible or Aav.
ing hack the lips.   Stretching tbe skii
TWO I A.NIT I.lTTI.i: flan K -.
again! I the be I. This Is efficacious,
although uu ��� ��� . . uncomi 01 table,
bul greal 1 il ti diug .ars are simply
Ui
y 1 Ir for the small
women   an      ;"    . le   of  tl    1     ill;
wh   b will mul die 1 bole shape
I-   '��� i'i '   lit bj sua -    ..���    Tb ��� frock is
ul 11 one pi ��� ml the top si ocked
I . for ti yoke, i i ��� ; high in tbe necfc
or cut s . re al tbe tbroal for coolness.
Th ��� wi i line is also delined by vn..v<
of smocking, A few have the bell
made k '|i : ale and the skirt shirred
tl:"." . - four deep around the hips.
The skirts are ran ly trimmed, bul they
may lie liei sill lied or featherstitcbed,
N'othl cut bund work Is consid
ered suitable for 1 bildren's clothes, and
this is 11 rule tii 1 -������ 'ins to be Ingrained In Mothei   '���   '
L'ndi t., fui null [ill In a during
summer Is light uml p ,r ms, but made
so that It Is wan 1 t ihe abdomen
and iirmin : 1  ,  1 ni\
Tl..-  feet  an ed   Iii   different
ways   1 e   reqilii    iient.
For   dr ii ci lored
si"... hut ill ���' cry
' ���    In r   I socks  are  sei 11
nftenef 1 ��� li les, black, coin ed or
of white en ure woi he ub-
rd   little 1   t lib h   are   worn
rltl    il are seen frei|tiei I ly,
I ��    1        "        e L'lrl if sin       'I ihem
and  she i li 10k  1 er head  eni|i    :. ..   ���
and I       ed If tl ey hurt her feet.
She ei]    ..'..���!,I;,.    "Yo-'iii."     A
look ut Ihem showed lhe sole portion to
bo lull of   -and  and  the toe was  made
Into a torture by a big knol inside.
Mothers who wish to follow fashion
should look ni the Inside of these sandals  before  they   force   (he  tender  little
feel to went then,.
For wraps there are pretty little short
sacks nf flannel and. for nice, silk
coats, laffeta or pongee, black, white or
tan.   For very warm days short sleeves
are In order, nnd a comfort, and tho
nock of the frock can also be cut out,
bul giiim|ies nre found v> mi in tbe
lack for cooli r days. There are pretty
little capes of rather thick cotton material in shape of a deep bertha, Sasbea
are worn If one wishes, bul are by no
means obligatory, The yoke frocks for
small girls are cool am] pretty.
OLIVE HARPER.
A  BREATHING  EXERI :- I .
aroan.l the mouth and II; - makes wrinkles come.   And  of course every wed
I red girl or woman  knows pi pb to
keep her bands and iim.'":- awaj  from
her mouth, nose, face and 1   ir  ������������ i en
she is in the presence of otln
Any   month   c: a   1 .���   .      led   Into   a
sweet,    pretty    CXpfOSS Ol I     IllUttCI'
lew  lai"-'"  11 ';        111   I     ig   Is  done
by rood  !'��� and  re
flneliieii I. .    ��� Ise refill
After every meal the mouth  ��� In uld
de thoroughlj rinsed    At 1     11  bei ���������
golll)   ' 1 l.eI  brush lie- leelli   u .
1: -   I    ins   In    '"I   all   lbe   pari
I from bei een 111. -. I .I ait your
' ' ill le isi '.: ce a j ���' it: \ .ai want
hundsome teelI. 11 ml g ind digestion. It
Is 11 .I possll 1.' : 1 hu,. health v Ith neg
lected teeth, 'lake a pinch of salt upon
your brush 11 rid scrub your teeth with
It aboul twice a week. This preserves
lhe u'linis ami makes ihe teeth ihem
telves  white and smooth.
Simple   Remedies.
GOING EA.
ask thi r \gf:nt
��� .   i.l"   ivi :
"TIIE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
1   [ ��� 1     rains ry 1    '    n t!     A
;.
and Chicago
Tlii'  TRAIN      F FAM
THE     X"1  A    A
Emi    lies the 1   .vest    .    1 best i
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
am!   LUXURY.      It   is   lighted   with
both   electricity   ,.:A   gas;   the   ra   si
brilliantly   illuminated    train    in    the
world.      The   equipment   con----   of
private   compartment   car;,   stand  -
16  section   sleepers,  luxurious  d:::.- g
car. reclining chair car?  (seats  frei
modern   day   i   .   hi -   and   I uffi:.   '.:-
brarv   and   nn. king
Fc r  Time  1 ables,   i 1 Aler-.  ^r
further  inf. rmati. a   :..'.'.  < :i  c :   ..
F. VV. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
~;o Second Avenue, Seattle, VA -h
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pioneer  Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago.   "Short   Line"   Orr.aha   to
Chicago,   "South     '.Vest     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
A 1   :- 11'ns   ':���:.   the   -���; ri   any
railroad  in  thi that equal  in
lipment that    f the .   .  Mil-
A  St.   !',. il   Rail
��� ������ a    ��� : te their   iwn    '���
and dii ng c ir   on    II tl   ir trains
i  their  patrons  an  1     ellenci
-��� "'    e not     btaii   ble  elsi .. here,
H. S. ROWE. General Agent,
134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
If you are sen ling  for you    family
01 friends from the Old C    tnr:
will   save   mom 1 :.���..   1
here.
Nexl  sail! .-;'.���.;...    Brlti In  I    ri
Quebi "   A ia.   _ I;   thi    -:���' ��� llesl   . ad
mosl eleganl    leamei     Foi
other ; lars 1
EI}. COLLET,
C.   P.   R.  AGE\T.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia  Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
1 Subject to che.i:: e wn qoui    noti ���.
ALASKA   ROUTE.
I': Ince     Beatrlci    1   . ���     ,'ancouvei
\ ..'is:  mil.
I'i Incess    M,:;,    j. ,t, , s    y, ncouvei
August 12th.
Princess Beatrli>   \i.,i:*.�� Vancouver
May   18th,
Princess     May     leaves     Vancouver
Augusl L,Mnd.
���   .   ���   app    tin   te.
For   n       ratio]        1  :
���
.   [."LET,
'. ��� ���      N   T
OYLE,
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLr WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
ii
Leave   Wl
9:20ai   lilalne. .
;.
V  ���      iver.
'' ���   P,
'���
Trains &. Steamers
' .  A.   ''.   " '
Leave New A 7.25 d
Lei   ���   A- w v. estn r 17.1    lally.
Ai 1 ve  X'.w   vv'estmlnsti r  10.30 daily.
Arrive NTew   U'estminster 19.10 daily.
C. P, R. MISSION BRANCH,
Lv. N. W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.60.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar.  N  W. 20.20.
C. P. it. WESTR, JUNCTION.
Lv.   X.   VA   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.  X.  W.   9.15,  10.30,   19.10,  20.20.
C. P. n. MILLSIDE SFECIAI*
Lv. Ni w Westminster 1       a, m.
CHEAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY.
Lv. x. w. 9.20 a.m : ar. Si itt ������ ; 1 .m
Lv. \. vs. .I.::.", p.m.; ar. Si tttle 10 p.m
Lv. Seattle, A"! p, d r. N, W, 9   A
p.m.
V., W. & Y.~VANCOUVER
my n   le over 1      eai    of age, to
the  extenl     I one-q    rter in  of
'.':���'
T '
';
:'     .
required topi
...
thunder
monl
i    tion  of th
....       ....
......
.��� ��� ......
"   n  a farm    -i'i'
... I  entered  for I
lei y be sa 1
ti ri     ling w ith  the  I 1
J
I f 11     sett!     '   5 1   ��� I ��� ��� r 1 ���   ��� ���' :   j
ipon  farming land      ������ ned    j
b.   ! m in  the vicinity 1 i his  hi 1 j
...   |, the requin mi nts a' to ri - 1
may   bi    sal   Red   by   residence   uj   n   j
the said land. 1
Six mi at!'-' notice in writing -A il !   }
be given to the Ci mmiss oner    f Do-   ��,
mil    n  ! in Is at ' ittawa of   mention
to ap] ly :   r patent.
W. W C< 'RY.     r
I'i' puty Minister of the  rnter or,
X.  B.    1 'nauthorlzi I  ] on 1
this advei I     1    nt wl     not be pai
frr.
���
'���
Pi
P    .
'
.  '
'     '
"ORIENTAL
2���Daily Ov>"
St. P
���
i.
For    ,..,'..
es,   berth
..
F. C. GRIFFI.N
Bank of Commi
New Wi
S. O. V. RKES,  \  G, 1'   '
Cornei  Second
lum bla s:., Seal       ���'��� .-:..
j Northern Pacific:
Lv.
Lv.
\-S\j ft i
X. W. 3 p.m.
'.' 1      iver
md 'a   ti p.m.
��� ��� aa.    ��� . ;
G, N. R.���pon r GUICHON,
D.20   a.Il        ..:.:,. ;
:i   2 i'   p.n   ;      .    N.   V\
W,
I.v.   \
2.20 p.m.
Lv. 1. il h
9.35 p.m,
Mi nda; - only,
ik C, ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
i.v. New  We tmli   ter  ��� 50, 6.51.
and ��� a, m., and ev.;. ball hour thereafter till 11 p. in.
Lv, Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser R?ver and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver-
From
X. w.
.Mon.
Wed.
Fr
Id. 8
a.m
From
ChwJ
.  Tu.,
Th.,
Sat.,  7
a.m
Ramoni
���
From
X. w
Tu.,
Th.. Sat
8 a
m.
From
Chwk
Sun.
Wed
. 1-
rl., 7
a.m
DOWN RIVER
t
Transfe
r���
From
N. W.
daily
��� x. S
at.
nnd
Sun..
11 ]). in.
Satui
dav 2
p. m.
Add.
trip, Mondaj
. .'. a.
in.
From
Stevi
inn, 7
a.in.
fF
1. C,
i.m.l
Add,
���
ll 111 da . .  5  |
.111
NOTICt    IU   CONTRACTORS
TENDERS  FOR   RAILWAY  TIES
Seale I tendei        Idn    ed
.��� ..    Igned, n      ed 0     nvi
Tei li - foi '1 .���     19 . en
celved a     ie office 1 ���    Comn
sh :.��� .    of 1 he Tran il Ra
way  ai   Ottawa,  untl] .���    1'clock
noon, of the 12th daj ol J 1 1906
for five hundred and th   1   fiv. 1
sand (5    1        Railv,      Tl
. .a Ian ���   wii..  the       ....
the Comn
Seale, Tend' rs addi ��� 1 lo (hi
un len Igm I, 1 tu ke I u thi envi .���
"Tea lor fi r Tiei.  1907," will 1
recel in I as .< ove until twelve o'cloi '
noon, of the Ith day of September
191 A for one n llllon an I    ten   thou
i in l (1,010,1 1 Rallwaj '; li s, In   ac
coi lam . with the bpi ��� ficatii ns ol
the Commissioners,
Ten h      m . I    be    n.   le   1 n    tho
forn lied by the Comn     . ue
Three
Transcontinental
Trains l)<iil>
Tra\ el 01 th.
"NORTH ' OAS1  I.I.M1
Electrii    ghted ti
New
York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Pali
POINTS : a:
AND AL
Steamshir Ticket   1 1
pean points,
Specir.l    Reduced    Rates   Round  7-;
Rates   to   Southern   Calii'ornia.
I informtii n call on 01
E. LANG, Gem 1     '
tastings St., Vai
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, (ire.
i'or 1".
C
430 1
B.C
'   .-
Spokane falls & Northern Ry
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. fa
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From x.w.,  Wei. and Mom, 7
From Victoria Tues. and sat. 4
The  only  all   rail  r
p..int- east, wesl and
a.m.
a.m.
ut,    '   ���
'    I
and, Nelson and   uteri
..1 .in cting . : Sp
Northi rn, 1    rthern Pa
& \. i 0,
('..'nn cts at Rossland
Mail Service
Aa 11     .
Received
8.20 p.m.
ld.30 a.m.
9,00 a.m
Retributive  Justice,
Mrs. Abbn S. Shoen, o Chicago dub
woman, thinks every confirmed bachelor ought lo be lazed for the maintenance of al lonsl one orphan child, thus
making hlm assume, In pari al least,
the family duties be has shirked.
Get ould ...is all j mi can, Lei tbe sun
tliine upon your bare head frequently
If you   want   your  hair  lo  grow   thick,
Drink between meals an abundance of
pure water. While you nre drinking ii
think th.'ii it Is washing waste matter
out of yojtr system. Much more de
pends   on   thought   In the matter of
health   than   people  are   aware.    Black
dandelion tea is excellent medicine for
stomach, liver and sl'in^'isd Intestines
and consequently for tho complexion.
Drink a little of mornings before breakfast If you nre Inclined to be bilious.
Washing the race and neck In butter
milk is 1 Id recipe for lhe skin Ihat
cannot well be Improved on, Wipe lhe
milk off with gentle little touches of a
soft towel
CAROLINE ANDERSON.
Close.
Seattle, via Sumaa.10 pm.
Sap'n k Millside, ,10.00 p.m.
Vancouver 10,00 p.m.
Cloverdale, lilalne,
Seattle, etc..  .. 8.45a.m.   3.30p.m,
Van. & Cent, Park...l0.30a.m.   2p.m
Victoria 10.30 a.m. lti.no mm
East Burnaby  j..]5    1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc��� 1.30p.m. lO.noa.m
East, via C. P. R...4.46 pm.    7.10 p.m.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver  Last, via 0 P. P..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
August 211th. sap., MM, Ooa'm..4.45 p.m,   7.10 p.m.
adian   Pacific  Railway for
1 reek puints.
Conne. 1-  at    Meyers
stage (''iily for Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains
Novem
between
ber  i".
IOOI.
Leave
1   9.2a a m.
12.25 P-m'
9.40 a.m.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver dally at 1  p. m.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S, Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. ra.
on Wednesday and Mondays,
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
1 eaves Vancouver dally except Fat-
4a p.m.
Van. & Burnaby..3.80 p.m.   0.00 p.m.
Timherland, Tues.,
Friday  12.00 m.    12.00 m.
Day Train
.. Spokane
.. Rossland
... Nelson
Arrive
7.15 P'*
4,10 I"11'
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS, .addressed to
the Timber and Mines Branch, Departmenl of Uie Interior, and marked
on  the envelope "Tender for  Timber
v. hi. Ii, .     well as the       eciflca
may I ��� .in. 1   on   applb 1 tlon   '1
Hugh D, Lum den,   Cbh I    Engim er
1 ittawa, Ont., to A, E,    I 0 icet,    Dl
trict Ei    nei     Quebec, P. Q., or I 1
A.     A      lie Igln  .     DlBtrl   t     IJi'diner
Kenora, Ont.
Pull Information In regard to dollv
erh s required i 1 given on form 0!
tender,
Each tender must be signed and | Spokane and Nelson
sealed hy all the parties ti the tender Effective Sunday.
and witnessed.
The successful tenderers    will   b
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 tbe Transcontinental Railway for a sum equal |
to ten per cent. (10 per rent) of the I
amount of the tender, as security for
the duo and  faithful  performance of'
the rontraet.
No tender for less than five thousand ties will be considered. !for CONRAD, CARCRO
The right Is reserved lo reject any !\VI IITF.    HORSE,    DAWSON  ��
or all lenders,
By Order,
P. E.  RYAN,
Secretary
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway,
Diitetl nt Ottawa, June 20th. 1906
H. A. JACKSON,
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
sS ATI4��
and
ccepl
nmil.
Daily' trains (����P'
H'H
WII ITF,   HORSE,
| FAIRBANKS
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,
i express    and    freight   connect     ^
stages at Carcross and White p
maintaining a through winters
For information apply I'1
ROGERS, Truffu   Ma��'>''
Vancouver. B
J.  II.
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RDAV,   AUGUST   4.   1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
...  EDMONDS, Barrls-
tors, Blackle Blk.,
.     Sew   Westminster.
ll. L. Edmond .
HAMPTON BOLE, solid-
] ���  irt. Offices
ol   Commerce  build-
street,  opposite   post-
��� ,    minster.    Money to
.
in
.nTtv  WEART & McQUARRIE,
ters, solicitors, etc.       Of-
sa.'v Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
��� ,:i   and   Lorne   streets.
bornr";,���   rooms 21 to 24, 445 Gran-
t��   ...      i,,epb Martin, K. C	
r       ���  w. ,;. McQuarrie, H. A
A    Mr, Martin wijl   be iu thi
V . ��� offices every  Friday af
*S��l(|
V,\V   REID  &   BOWKS.   Barrlfl-
llcltors,   etc.   42   lyorne
-.^.BllAre lte   ('""r'    H""'s';'    N"W
***iLW .,. ii. Bowes, P. 0. Boi
. i
iBGi   i'. MARTIN, Barrister and
r, Guichon  block, Colum-
vii Kenzle streets, New West-
I i
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SECRET   SOCIETIES
Shingle and Saw Mill
Machinery
.A The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
ii
'���IjMON LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
sr ������    meeting    of    this
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Tide Table   Fraser River
F u the  ���'��� ������������   "a ling Augusl 5     116
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
High        Low
I.   . AVat'-r       V, iter
Time        i
;.;.:,!���.          oTol        t.i "
14.25
Tuesda;           0.55 10.15
15.50 20.10
v  ���,: isday   !      1.50 j 11.10
16.55 21.30
Thursday  |      2.4.". j 12.05
17.45 j 22.40
Friday    |      3.45 12.50
18.30 i 2140    ;
Saturday    \      4.40 j 13.35
19.10 |   ....
S in lay           5.35 |    0.25
19.45 14.15
SANDHEADS.
High Water LowWate
Time  H'ght Time Ht
Monda;    . ...| 13.48 l".l 6.39 3.4
j   .... |   ... | 18.19| S.4
Tuesda;   ....    0.13 | 12a; ' 7.43 i 2.::
' 15.11 11.3 19.41 '.'.1
Wednesd ly        1.08 12.5 8.42 1.1
16.15 12.3 ' 21 00 9.3
Thursda     ...     2.08 12.4 9.34 0.7
lT.'iT 13.0 | 22.08 9.2
Friday     3.03 12.3 10.20 I 0.4
' 17.1H ' i::.<; - :.��ii s.s
Saturday   ...     3.59 12.1 A 04 0.5
18.28 13.8 23.59 8.3
-      [aj         4.54 11.8 11.46 1.0
19.04 13.9 . .. .  ' ..
BRONZE AND MARBLE ARMY.
.,fj SOLOMON  LODGE,  NO. 17.  A.
F   &  A.   M.���Regular   commm  -
lo i '������ are hei I on the
1   .   lay  In eai h  month  In
e, at 8 p. m.    Visit-
,   ,: e  ' .a dial! -   Invited
11. W. Ollchrlst, Sec.
(lOYAL CITY   PRECEPTORY. No. 1r;9
I   t;   of  1.,  n eel s   Bei ond  and
,.   of each  month, at   8
,   in   Orange   had.   corner   of
. ;.���  and  .lohn   Btreet.     So-
���   Knights   cordially   In-
��� nd.    W,  E.  Dunlop, W.
.' :.. Matthia -. Reg.
IL0YAL ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1150
"   ts In Orange hall  lirst  and
th    :  Fl Iday In  each  month  at   8  p.
m. \ I II ing brethren are cordially
Invll to attend. K. B. Matthias,
W. M.. J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
Carruthers Manufacturing Com y.
Man itacl urers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU C.
I
F. CRAKE,    I
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with 10 years experience. Later was 7 years manager
of trie watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of i
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
0. 0. F.���AMITY  LODGE,  No. 27���
I r meetings of this lodge
I In oddfellow.-' hall, Colum-
every Monday evening,
Visiting i rethren cor-
.1: i       in Ited to attend.    S. .1. May,
N   . .   W. C. Coatham, Ree.-Sec.
|A. 0. U, W.���FRASER  LOCGE  No. 3
��� . the first and third Tin's
a    each     month,       Visiting
��� . ordlally invited to attend.
L         i, A. ii. II, W. ball, Odd-
I lo. k.   Clarkson   street,   C.
in, rei order;   Louis Witt,
r workman.
Bank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED IM..
Ib .rated by act ot parliament
CAPITAL (All paid upj.. .S14,OOU,000
RESERVE   FUND *lii,O00,000
Royal  Bank Charges Reasonable.
f\"f  C^tBriclClf)   Two Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocei
FOSE  OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
���   SONS   OF   ENGLAND,   B.   S.���
���   1 '���    "."��� meets Second and
Wedn   da\  of each  month,
'  P.   Hall, Colum' la St., at
. White R ise Di gree, Fourth
^ - lm   It    in    each month, same
th      nl place.   Visiting Brethren
'" invited.      ]���:.   B.   Stlnch-
. Pres., ll. Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE,  No. 4099,  I.O.F.
���  the   Fourth   Friday  in   the
th   at   8   o'clock,   in   the   small
Oddfellows'   block.     Visiting
ai������ cordially invited to at-
J.  B.  Rushton, C. K.:  F.  P.
H     '   11, R. S.
!'.:.  Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal, O.C.M.G,...Hon President
Hon. Sir O, A. Drummond, fresldent
E.  S.   Clouston,  Vice  President  and
General Manager.
(,. neral banking Business trans-
a. te i
Branches in ali tne principal cities
In Canada, in Louden, Eng., New
York. Chicago, nnd St. Jonn, Mid.,
mi correspondents ln all parts ot th6
world
Oa:dtal $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets $3b,3/3.3/t>.
Brandies and correspondents In
all the principal citirs of the world.
Ger.e-al  banking  business transacted.
SAVINGS   DEHAKIMfcNI .
$l  opens an account.    Interest added
half yearl;
Collections made at lowest rates.
Open   Saturday   nights   from   8   to   9
o'clock
NEW   WESTMINSTER   bHANCH
F. B.  Lyle, Manasjer.
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
Merchant Tailor
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, scoten and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always in stock
Spring stock now la.    MaKe vour
'.election.
Savings Bank Dept. J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
G.  O.   Brymner,   Man iger.
Manufacturer of
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8308,
A  0, F.���The regular meetings of
" are  held  on  the  Second
rl h Tuesdays "f each month
. m, in the oddfellows' Hall.
VI - Brethren are cordlaly In-
��� attend.   E, C. Firth, C. EL;
'���'. P. Maxwell, Sec
Junk and Second-hand
Store
Highest  plies paid tor second-hand
goods,  junk,   bottles,  rubbers,   brass,
copper, old  shoes and all  metals;  also
il: i   lilies, etc.   write or call.
S.   BROWN,
Front   Stret,   New   Westminster.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnnis.
First Class Meals at all Hours,
English, Japanese and Chinese  Styles, j
From 1 5c. up.
Family Trade a Specialty,
Tel.  113. Office, Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
I bave sometimes heard English
Bculptors co plain 1 it Greal Britain had to learn fi
if -.. ������ en '.on-.i. ���
���   ���     ��� I.
��� ���' posts  .p   I'an- are arl   I
m is    ��� young   S    I
sl ��� nl al .- Bo i ��� Vrta ��ben I
waa walking along the bouli
with him one day. And he was right.
Tie- French cannol turn out anything inartistic. ""Look at the num-
ber and < haracter of their .-tut les,"
says the sculptor from London.
"You cannot turn a corner without
coming upon a statue, and every
square lias onc or more monuments
in honor of people who were never
learil of." But it may be pointed
out to those enties ,,f England's
way of doing things that the French
method has its obi erse. Statues, especially when th ���;. are good statues,
ur.. certainly pleasant to behold, but
M. Escudier, municipal councilor
for thc St. i leorgo district of Paris,
i- '.iii arms againsl the indiscriminate '������.. tion of bronze and marble
in thc thoroughfares of the city.
He gri Igea the space occupied in
the public promenades by the effigies ' :' ' a" eminent.   "The time has
: . ." he says, "to check the statue
i ��� .An ;, im- seized our c mtem-
poi tries. (lur gardens, oar squares
and oi : pi lenades are invaded by
innumerable images. We musi re-
-.-: the a ';. mce of tlii- bronze and
; i rb e an . which spoils the per-
- ������ ��� ��� ��� ������ -��� reel - and the har-
i .ii" of mr gardens." ��� London
i Hobe.
Fo-ests  Disappearing.
The \atioi i    i!��� ��� Ifl i Lumber
issocial ion at it - recent meeting in
Memphis .. lopted a reporl that presented the lire possibilities of the
di structiou of the forests in the
short period of '.! ijty-five years. It
was estimated that there now stood
in the United State- m the neighborhood  oi   1,475,000,000,000   feet
of lumber, bul that 45,000,000,	
feet of lumber was being cut every]
year. The report recommended that
something must be done, and done
ut once. Recommendations were
made by the report for the prohibition of log ���".. .id- and exemption
from taxes of tree plantations. Attention was called io the desirability of state legal enactments along
the last line and some constitutional provision by the general government of like effect. Mention was
made of the custom prevailing in
France of requiring a tree to be
planted for every tree cut down.
A Puzzle of tho Big Fire.
One of the remarkable incidents:
of the great tire of San Francisco j
was the immunity from damage of'
an old wooileii   shack owned hy a
paint   company   at   the   corner   of
Main and Harrison streets. The ramshackle, half century old building
stands unharmed, a little island in
a sea of desolation.   It reeks with i
oil und is filled with highly inilani-
mable materials. Near to it a great '
pile of coal caught fire nnd burned
for nearly a week.   The officials of
the company felt so certain that the
place had fallen a victim to the devouring  flames   that   they did  not
even attempt to visit it until two
weeks or so after lhe conflagration,
and th.n it  was mere curiosity to
see what the ruins looked like that
led ihem there.
LACROSSE INTEREST
REACHES FEVER HEAT
So   Says  the   Vancouver   Province   in
Reference to  Match This
Afternoon.
��� ' is ai feve ..- il ,
al huslasi 3 ovei the ch tmplon-
me which will I e played S it
in ia. afternoon at Recreation Park
between the Vancouver and the Westminster teams, sa>s the Vancouver
Province of yesterday.
Aside from the fact that thi- game
promises to be on*- of the best as well
as om- of the hardest fought matches
of the season, Vancouver people are
watching the outcome of the struggle,
especially because It means that the
Vane, iver team either will have a
final chance of trying (or Brsl place,
or will be relegated to second place
with no opportunity of beading the
list.
Should the Vancouver boys win tomorrow, as theii m inj e ipporters an 1
admirers hope,       i      ej  will have a
limit iim chance ..���  omiiiu <.".'  on top
of this  season's  series  ol   championship games.    Should  Vancouver i ise,
��� ...-ii it Is a foregone con    .    in
v, estminster will hi       the 1
Vanci iver  probablj   In   se   m.
and the Maple Leafs third.
The   match   tomorrow     will     -' irl
. ci..  at :: o'clock.    A    ingements
'    ,-���   ������" a made to 'Handle the I
ity cr t\ i which ll Is expecti I  ������ 111 ' e
. .   attend nee.    The  Sixth   Reglm int
i     has    ei a engage !  and  will en-
..���   crow I   at   o Id   m um n -
with       sic i   eli ' tions,    Wells Gra
and   Chu     Qulglej    will   refere
The Vancouver team ought to give
an excelli al ai counl of Itself, as 'Ue
boys have been Indulging In hard
practice for several days and have
shown up we'd in their efforts, Last
evening the final practice was held
under the direction of Professor Roth-
well, and he expresses himself as well
pleased with the work of the team, and
that if it shows up as well in the
game as it has in practice it. will give
the Westminster aggregation a bard
run.
The Vancouver team will be selected from ihe following players: Gibbons, Allen. McConaghy. Springer,
Payne. Matheson, Douglas, Cameron,
Tuck, Cao, Godfrey. Spare man,
Knight.
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Miraculous Escape.
Sprlngdale, Wash., Aug 3.���A southbound train on the Spokane Falls it
Northern almost miraculously escaped
destruction near here yesterday.
Fourteen cars of sawlogs broke loose
from a freight train and went with a
wild rush on down grade toward Valley, ten miles away, and the passenger train from lhe north was stopped
at the latter place just as it was leaving, the operator having less than two
minutes to spare. Sixteen loaded
gravel cars with set brakes were run
out to meet and stop the runaway at
the gravel pits. Thirty of the cars
were smashed to kindling. Xo one
was killed or injured, but had the
runaways met the passenger train the
loss of life would have been appalling.
"������ -r."ia�� �����A?>-'.-:;,\.%N,'^'V'.^s^'t'��aa^ ���.:>.-_**������. t* ;^��Ki��|
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS   OF   TEMPERANCE   meet    every   Wednesday
o'elocl    p.   in..  In   Od Hollows'
Columbia    Btreet,     Visiting
en me cordially invited to at-
'���     .1   S, Bryson, s. C; J. McD.
' I),  See.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS-
'    >' IATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
IP, 1 ()!.__Meel a ou lbe First and
Tuesday of every month  In
of   P, li.di.     .lohn    McNlven,
J,  .1.   Forrester.  Ree.  Sec.
80A
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RO of TRADE.���New Westmln-
; iard   of   Trade   meels   in   lhe
"���I Room, City Hall, as follows:
"iui Wednesday of each montl
' b .ly meetings on the b �� rn
dnosday of February, V
!'i i and November, al 8 p. m
iual meetings on the second
'liiesday of February. New
Ulbers    may    be    proposed    and
l'!',i at anv monthly or quarterly
''Ung.   A. K. White. Sec.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia tit.
B*8gage delivered    promptly to any
Part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling j
"'fit'1 'Phone 185.     Ham 'Mono m ;
/:   �����.?*'V'-<i'.<
'f!i *i7. I '������     A    ..
BOVRIL
Every ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
as required by the laws of Great Britain.
In the preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but the choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost.
BOVRIL is a specialty, not merely a bye-produot
of a packing house like many meat extracts.
BOVRIL" LIMITED
LONDON, England, and MONTREAL, Canada
Ediale  Birds'  Nests.
Some authorities have contended
that the edible birds' nests are constructed of a glutinous matter secreted in the mouths of the birds,
and others think thai these nests
are composed of a kind of seaweed.
The latter theory has now been
practically ah mdoned, and ii i- generally conceded thai the robbing of
the nosts before tho hatching of the
young is an n I of greal cruelty,
since the birds immediately sel to
w irk to build in w ones, and the ex
cessive drain on their tilivn exhausts iheir strength to such a degree that they are often found dead
in numbers pear tho spot where
they hud meant to rear their broods.
JIM
���KT5CW1
"Drumming" In Mexico.
Cheap traveling men who can
pick up orders in a brisk and breezy
fashion in the west and southwest
of our own country are not the men
v. ho may be expected to do business
in Mexico. 'The professional "hustler-' is quite apt to be of no use
down here. Men of education and
culture, with gentlemanly manners
and a knowledge of tin language,
Its people nnd their customs, are the
gort of traveling men American
firms need nol only for this country,
but for all Spanish America,���Consul J. A. 1 o Hoy of Durungo,
Drink Causes Suiciae.
Seattle. Aus '���'.���The only cause for
the suicide hist night of till A. Gage,
son of a former officer of the treasury, l.y man .1. Gage, which can lie
assigned was that he was temporarily
Insane from drinking. Gage reached
s.'.iiile from Chicago on July 7. Aside
. from ,i new revolver of large calibre,
and   a   dagger   also   new,    there   was
Lnothing ln the room except four emp-
���. wblske) bottles an l a quart flask
half full of liquor. On his person waa
found a bankbook of the National
Bank of Commerce, which showed
ilia; he had deposited $1000 lie received on Julj -i    His bank balance
j amounted to $211.
Author Kills Himself.
London,   Aug.   3.���News   received
here today of the death of Herb irt
. Kastwiek   Compton,   the   novelist   and
writer on  historical  and  other subjects, shows that   be committed i
cide at   sea  while  on  his  way  to  the
i island of Madeira, He was hun In
1868.
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Polish   Editors and Jail.
Sonie Polish editors hnve a hard
time, lu ii parting word to his renders the rotiring proprietor of the
Polish paper Qornoslazak says thut
during lhe ftvo years of the paper's
existence the responsible editors
have spent four and a half years in
prison, whilo $3,750 hus been paid
iti fines.
May Sutton Wins Again.
Newcastle on Tyne, Aug. ;>.���In tba
Northumberland tennis championship
contests today May Sutton of California, heat Miss Everard in the semifinals Of the ladies' singles by ��-tl;
6-1.
Widow Suicides.
Cilenboro, Man., Auk 8.���Mrs. ED-
Dunsmore, a widow, committed suicide here yesterday, by drowning herself In tho Asslnlbolne river, while
on a visit to a neighbor, Despondency Is said to be tne reason tor her
act.
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SATURDAY. augUSt
SUMMER CHILDREN.
flf-fiKotinlde rn��h|.<tnM Por the .lav^
���Ilea nnd What Should ll<- Wuldrd.
Ten (jimuI sized volumes could not
bold -all thai one e mid say ahout children's fashions, and yel to tbe lay
mmd tl.. i. seems Lm little dlffereno
in their - ; ents. S :!! there is. nnd
on.- .1 li ��� '.������-; things to note is tht
suitubilil. it.' trarmenl i i Us own
pai i i ul: " u<( Tin Imb foi everyday
wi ar are of si u ������ ... iti rial �� hich can
be washi d nnd roi ed i i I then look
like new. ': ben is a vv i.i.- . 1. dee In
these wash hats. s. tne bob g made with
11 Cat brim embroidered iu one of tho
new Swedish styles, and these, we all
know, ai'" - i thick that a little starch
will bold them firm for a comparatively
long period of usefulness, others have
<i foundation made of thin material re
enforced wiib one of ihe stiffening materials, and upon this foundation an
laid no end of very full ruffles superimposed so that the brim is a very llufl
of daintiness. The crowns are generally
made iii tam-o'-shanter style, mul
around ihe crown is a ribbon of whatever style is desired, with a liig how
in friuil or on one side or a drapery
nnd bow of the same material as the
rest of th.- hat. Lace is often put
along ihe edge of all the ruffles and
the bows when ihey nre ..f the material. Pink, blue and while balisie
and Persian lawn are all pretty made
up ill these little hats, and so is dotted
swiss uud also ilie thick linens, but
naturally lie last mentioned are only
for those with (ial brims. There are
several kinds of fancy straws, but the
mull   aii   hat arc   .t ire   :' ���;���   th"
small girls, say up ��� - ��� \ ��� rs "Id. and
the fiuic.v ' ���  "1 ler.
Tbe . "'��� ol I ���. :��� -: ��� . '. fourteen
aid       '.-��� i.    i     ,"   Inn e   ribbons   ami
i' rs oi' ul or any  1 ind on
Ht;:- liats,      '    io f.   ll        this :��� e ir.
Wide lirii ferred   A 'pes.
yel there which the brim
ent   into   as   many
.   ' i   I'..   lr   .   ��� ' ���  :-'
��� .' .'.   i d . iinceil   moth ts
ir little dniigh-
b ,....".
and   sei'v-
,.' purpose lhal  I can imagine t is   io  keep  their  ears
And tlmi reminds me to I leution that
t.ie.r ev 'ry mother looks oul for her
. I : ,n's ears, and if Ihey show any
propensity toward standing out from
tl' 1 enl sh,. uses a son of contrivance
ia..:   holds  lbe  lender ears  back  (hit
GAINING HEALTH.
simple Exercisei and Remedlei Thai
Pniiii.'l.'  llt-nlili nml  <.<mmI Loolu.
If you are weak and il. a low stall
of health, know ihi-: Vou yourself can
do more to Improve your condition than
anybody else. If you have a serious
ailment, of course employ the bes; phy
sioian you know. lb.' .",.'.i in that
ease you must co-operate with hlm oi
his remedies will do little l. ...1.
If. on the other hand, you arc ti >v
in ihe flush of youth, health, p iw ti
good looks, re   ilve Hint yi  i w  I I
Ihis   condition   of   health,   pow i "
good looks permanent.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th   Street
New Westminster, B. C.
Breathing Exercises.
Correct breathing has nn influence little less than magical in promoting
health. Ordinnrlly it sh mid l.e slow,
dee], and rhythmical. The following
deep breathing exercise should be practiced every morning on lirst rising
Open your window wide. Stand in
front of it with a loose robe on. Let
the arms hang loosely at the sjdes.
Then begin from the lowest part of tin
abdomen and draw in and downward
slowly all the pure air your body will
hold. Generally in breathing we fill
only about a fourth of our limes.
Scientists say the rea! life force is
drawn in with the breath. It is not
air itself, bul an ether which I- in tin
air. As you inhale slowly, calmly and
noiselessly through the nostrils, moutl
shut tight, nil lhe air yea can hold
think Ihat you are drawing lo lhe lowest pari of your body lies true lib
force. Then exhale Ihe breath in tl .
��� :a... stow, calm mniiner, While yo
do so send by y..i:r th '.' : aid v. il
the life force up |] roi g i non .-
Stand erect, h itli the spinal col . i
entirely free, v> 1 lie : ... li I
ina- exorci -���e.   I ue it fiv<
Practice it   thn ugh  the d  y   t   i
��� leavor to make ii bai I ways
keeping in i
a:-.'  ���'" i t::'::  life  I  ree        vour
ee ,'��� rs.     When   po
1 re ithing ex . ' ������.
If .. ou are inclined  to have
stomach  an 1   lu How s  ar
lar boi ��� b  ��� the f r thai
diffe    ' '        ;     Clasp y
arou . ! ; mr fi'onl       ....     i
as tl   ujrli you were g   tig I     ift t!   I
p ia of the ! ������ ly up, i	
lng through A ��� nostrils in n se, ���..-.��� ..
of sharp, quick snorts.   Take a  ...
of  these  breaths   in   suec - . hi
and morning jusl after you have finished the deep breathing exorcise. Keej
Up your pracl ice.
All kinds (if Ship  repair
work.
Shij) and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami till the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAR]
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NKW VORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via  Niagara Falls.
For Ti   rabies, i    .. a Idress
CEO.   VV.   VA'  X.
Assistant Gi n'i  Pa     ng r ai d   ,
Agent, 135 Adan    St., Cl cago, iii.
The  Mouth and Tc.-th.
.Never try to stretch y..':v mouth by
yawning as widely as possible or draw
ing back the lips.   Stretching the skin
TWO 1 A'.vrr i.ti'i i.i; I'l.'ii. rs,
againsl lhe head. This is efli 'ticious,
although a id ��� :.��� .(lly uncomfortable,
l.e' greal outstanding ours are simply
in  'ml irable.
Tl. a lily little dres es for ihe small
women ... ; . de of thin III;
Which will     .    i, and I      i hole shape
Is   vroti lil by sua i ' ���.   T'i.. frock is
fill ... . a ��� place and the I..;, smocked
I iei' :���. y ..'���'. ... ��� ; high iu the nee):
nr out - . ire at the throat for coolness.
The wi   -i line is also defined by rows
of si:.." 1 .:.:. A few have the belt
i' lid ��� pi.rate and the skirl shirred
thn " or four deep around the hips.
The skirts ai ��� rarely trimmed, bul they
may be hemstitched or fcatherstitehed,
Notbl i i : ileal band work is considered suitable for children's clothes, and
this is a ride that seems to be Ingrained in Mother N'ul tin
Undei ,\ ear I c a .'! children during
summer I.s lighl nnd parous, bui made
so ihat ii is warm u\ er the abdomen
nnd an.un I lie I     :
The   r et   ...      ��� ��� .-ial    in   different
\\ ������.��� ;.;'.    ���  i.
For   iln  ��� y   in hil ���  colored
Ktoi       worn  I mg,  It:   in  \f\'y
cither ucks are      en
ofteni " I. . ��� sb.ies, black, col .red or
of whiti ... nre worn, and Ihe ab
i!:'" .       which   me   worn
will   in arc '-.'.a freipiently,
I a- ked om i' girl If sh.- like I them
und 'iloi ber head emphatically,
ai I Ihc I . I If tbey hurl her feet,
Bhe -I   iplieklj.    "Ye-in."     A
look at then: showed Ihe sole portion to
be full of sand and lhe toe was made
Into   a    torture   by   a    big   knot    inside.
Mothers who wish to follow fashion
should look ai the inside of these sandals before they force lhe tender little
feet  lo wear them.
I'm- wraps there are pretty little short
Hacks of flannel and. for nice, silk
coats, taffeta or pongee, black, white or
lan. I'or very warm days short sleeves
lire in order, and a eoinl'orl, and Ihe
nock of the frock can also lie cut out,
but gulmpes are found 'i till in the
lack lor cooler days, There are pretty
little capes of rather thick cotton material in shape of a deep bertha. Sashes
are worn If one wishes, but are by no
means obligatory, The yoke frocks for
small girls are cool and pretty,
OLIVE HARPER,
A I:ui:.\TI!IN-o i:\ni' :-I.
around the mouth and lip- makes wrlm
kle.s come.   And  of course every  well
I red girl or woman knows enough to
keep her bauds and fingers awaj from
her mouth, nose, face and hair when
she is in Ilie presence of .a!..
Any   mouth   can   bn   in .'.\..<\   into   a
sweet,   pretty   ex]      no   mutter
how large II 'J       in ���:.     ���:  Is done
by good i. ��� .'!'. Intolllgi in. and re
flneiiienl; llki ��� i ��� ��� ��� i ��� ��� i -       lov "iiy
After every menl the mouth I i
be thoroughly rinsed At nighl before
going to bed brush ihe teeth \\ cd. lal:
lng ; ..ins i i :/.'i nil ihe purtli:. h ol
f'l froi i bei ��� . a il.. :.. i a, nil your
dentist al least once a year if you want
handsome teeth and g iod digestion. It
I'- led possible to have health v. ith ne��
lected teeth. Take a pinch of sail upon
your brush ami  scrub your  teeth   wilh
II aboul twice a week. This preserves
lhe villus and makes the teeth them
|e|ves while and smooth,
Simple   Remedies.
Retributive  Jnntlee.
.Mrs. Abba s. shoen, a Chicago club
woman, thinks every confirmed bachelor ought to i.e tuxed for ihe maintenance of al least one orplnin child. thUI
making him assume, in part at least,
the family duties he has shirked.
(let outdoors all you can. Let lhe sun
thine upon your bare head frequently
If you wani your hair to grow thick.
Drink between meals an abundance of
pure water. While you are drinking il
think lhal il Is washing waste matter
out   of   voir  system,    Much   more  de
ponds mi thought iii tbe matter of
health than people are aware. Black
dandelion tea is excellent medicine for
stomnch, liver ami sluggish Intestines
and consequently for the complexion.
Drink a little of mornings before breakfast if you are Inclined to be bilious.
Washing lhe laee and neck in butter
mill; Is an old recipe ror the skin Ihat
cannol well be improved on. Wipe tlie
mill; off with gentle little touches of a
soft towel
CAROLINE ANDERSON.
WHEN   GOING EAST
ASK THI    ,   ���    A  :    \.GENT
Ti ���  Sl AA  Vi A'    ' .    :
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Ft ht Trt i:i=  Every ] n tl
BETW1     ;
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
AAA TRAIN' iF F 'A
THA NORTH A I S I ERN, LTD.
lAnA .']"- the new ��� -; and best idi -
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the m -'
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. Tiie equipment cons sts i :
private compartment car?, stand
16 section sleepers, luxurious dinii g
car. reclining chair cr.r; (seats free .
modern day c aches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
Fcr Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information  cal!  on  ( r   ..
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
-;o Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pioneer  Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago.   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     '.Vest     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicagc.
A .   trains   in   the   servi        n  i
i".A:     I  in  the        rid  that  i    ial
" A: ment thai     f the i .  Md.
kei   A  St.   Paul   IA.:.'.  y.
.vn    ���  .     perate  tier ow a    ieepinj
ami dining car- <���:: alll :' i ir trains and
give  their   pati   i -   . :i   ���     ellenci
service n ��� t obtainable elsewhere.
il. 5. Rl IWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mall Steamship
If you are sending for    o ..��� mini;;.'
t ���  fi .iei-  from  '      Old C    Inr;
will  save  mom buyinf   ticket
here.
X.xt sailing Empres i ib italn : ��� tn
Q iei. " Aug, ":: the spi ��� be-- , :.,:
naei elegant stei mer.   Foi   ates i mi
other ;,.; [ll ai:'!'-  a: ply to
ED. GOULET,
C.   P.   R.  AGENT.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Columbia  CoaEt   Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
(Subject 'o cbange without    no'i ���.
ALASKA   ROUTE.
I'i .nee-. Beatrice leaves V n i i.t
August 6th,
Princess    May    li aves    Vani ouvei
Augusl   luili.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
May  1Mb.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Angusi 22nd,
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Augusl lilith.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver dally at i p. m.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
I.'lives New Westminster at 7 a, m.
"ii Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver dally except Fat-
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:i;0 p. in.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
7th, 19th and 20th of t acb montb foi
Ashousit ami way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria on 20th
..I each month for Cape Scott ..nd way
points including Quatsino,
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster in .Men
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday nt I! p. in. and Saturday
at .' p. m. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. in.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. in.;  Friday at ti a. m. additional
mi Saturday 5 p. m,
UPPER   FRASER  RIVER   ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leav. s New Westminster. S a. in.
Mondays, Wednesdays nnd  Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. in. Tuesda).
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between N.w Westminster
and Chllllwack.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves  Van ...". er at   .' p. m., 2nd
.ind   Mill  of  each   it ��� th,  oollii i   i I
-    legate on first I        nd !'���
on secon I me on a and
"   te.
i       . |   ���. .
If'
'������ t Ii   ler.
I     '
As-;.;.;.; , Vai
no p
, '.
w
Agei
Berth No. iM," will be received at
this Department until noon on Wednesday, the 8th day of August, 1!I0C,
f(l!. a license to cut timber on Berth
\o. p.I. comprising the Wes' half of
Section    26,     ["ownship  A  It. i ge  7.
We   ���   . '   the  7th   Meridian,  con'    I   Dg
iln area of ; 01 ai res more < r
The survi,  of ihi-   ������   ti       to  i.e
made within i ne year of rei ���' I  oi
tei li rs,
The :���       '   ns under which a 11-
ense will    ���        ied,    also    i rinted
n s oi tender and enveloj e, m     I e
oi tained al lhl   Departmenl i r at the
���   .   of the Crown Timber A;en; at
Si v,  Westminster, IL C.
Each tender mus: I ������ accompanied j
.. an accepted cheque en a chartered
l in favor of the in-put;, of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
.,n.. :��� l ef tlie bonus which the applicant Is prepared to pay for the lb ense.
No tender by telegraph will be enti   '   .ned.
PERLEY  Ci.  KEYES,
Si   re tary.
pe; artmenl of ihe Interior, < itti wa,
June 23, 1906.
Canadian
Railway ( 0m
Pacid
Pany
Two     !,T'     .
with dining
and lirsi-.
Atlan'ic   :
Imperial   i. a
I
1
90 DAYS
to
excursion
���.'astern   point    . ���
1, .",  Aug.   7.  S an |
For full  part
ED, GOULET,
C, P  ;; .......
"'"AA,
E. J. COYLE,
General   Pa
or
Assistant
Vancouver
"���enger a��,
m
T
rains & Steamers
i.'   ive   X' w   '.   .   '.: .���    '
Li     " N< w  V. ���   ':. r 17.1     : ,.
Arrive New   \     tn -   ter   10. lally.
Arrive New   Westminster  19.10 daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. X.  VV. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.60.
Lv.  Seattle,  12.30;   Ar.  N  W.  20.20.
C. )'. ft. WESTR. JUNCTION
Lv.   x.  w.   7.26,  '.'.:;:..  17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   X.   VS.   9.15,   lO.HO,   111.10,   20.20.
C. P. !:. MILLSIDE SFECIAL.
Lv. New Westn In ter 6   0 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN  R VILWAY.
Lv. x. w. 9,20 a.m.; a.". Si   ttle ; p.m
Lv. X. W. -I..".", p.m.: ar. Si  Ittle ie p.m
Lv. Seattli.  '���   I |. ti... ar, X. w. 9 15.
p.m.
V., W. ft  Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. X. VV, :: p.m. and '.'. 15 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver is.35 a.m .  .mi t p.m.
<i. A. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv.   X.   VS.   I'.JD   a.n...   ar.   ii ,,  h a,
2.20 p.m.
Lv.   Guli le il    2 l'l   p.n N,    \\
9.35 p.m.
Mi nd,:; .-   onl'
L'.  iA  ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER,
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50,  I
ami S a. in., and ev. ,���;. half hour thereafter till ll p. in.
Lv.  Vancouver  tor  Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser Rfver and Gulf
UP RIVER,
Beaver���
From X. W. Mon. Wed. Frld, 8 a.m
From  Chwk.   Tu,,   ' n���  gat.,  7   a.m
Ramona���
From  X. W, Tm, Tin. Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sum, Wed., Fri., 7 am
DO VAX  RIVER.
Transfer���
From X. W. daily, ex, Sa'. and Sun..
S, p. in.; Saturday 2 p. in.
Add. trip, Monday, .'��� a.m.
From Stevi  ton, 7 a m, (Fri, <; a.m.J
Add. trin Satin day, .", p.m,
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS,
Rlthet���
From N.W.,  Wed. and Mom,  7 a.m.
irom Victoria Tues. ami Sat. ���! a.m.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any avail il '   DoroTn   n Land   with-
li :. Bi      In  Br tlsh C
bia, may he homi ed        my pel
sen   . ole head
mali      - tars of age, to
the   extent     F oi rter n  of
re.-, i
.    ' .
in ���
i - ���     ...
ted  t
���    n   of tl I  ii
���  ���
[fl!     fathei      ���
.- ��� .   . ��� ....
n  the  vicinii
...
m ay be sa I
by such pei    ���; i ���       i .    vith the fa
ther ' r  n   tl   i
i      If the settler I   s his pen    i ��� i I
 g lai
'..   I  m  in  the vi   nity of 1      homi
������    I, the rei    remi   ���        ���   n -  :"-. ���
may bi       tisfii d   by   ri siden ���   upoi
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing -hould
' ���   .  ven ti. the ('��� mmissioner of I>o-
mii    n Land   at i ittawa of inti ntion
��� ply for patent.
VV W. Cl 'RY.
1 )i ; ".-'.���   '.' n   :��� - of the  Intel   r.
Great Northern Ry,
Time Table |
THE COMFORTABLE WAY   |
V. W.&Y.RY     :
a
Leavi   V" '���': ,1
9:20am Blaine,  ll. . '
4:3
1
ton,
���   ���
���'
I
I
I
P
���
Woo!!.
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2 ��� Da.ly Overlap
���   ���' '
L . I
For     i ��� a - 11
rate .   I ��� rtl
on oi
F. C. GRIF1 .'     '    "
Bank i    Comi 11
New  Westi 1   |
S. 0. v ;;���-.;..a V. G. P. A
Coi io r Si cond
lumbia St., Se
r���������
t
X.   ':.    Una ithoi Izi I  pi :
���his  advertlsi n   tit   n       cot be  pi
fcr.
i Northern Pacific
sft i
Mail Service
Seattle, via Sumas, lo pm,
Sap'n <t .Millside. .10.00 p.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.
Cloverdale,  Blaine,
yeai Ile, etc. .   . .   8.45 a.m.
Van.  & Cent.  Park.., 10.30 a.
Vietoria 10.110 a.m.
East Burnaby  l.ig
Steveston, etc.... 1.30p.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.4n inn.
|East, via C. P. IL. 10.00 p.m.
Sap,, Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m.
Viin. &. Burnaby. .3.30 p.m,
Timberland, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m.
Received
8.20 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
9.00 a.m
8,30 p.m.
m.    2 p.m
ln.OO a.m
1.20 p.m.
10.30 a,m
7.10 p.m.
10.30 a.m
7.10 p.m.
COO p.m.
12.00 m.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Timber and Mines Branoh, Departmenl of the inierior, ami marked
on  the envelope "Tender for Timber
oMm&E
NOTICt    IU   CONTRACTORS
TENDERS FOR   RAILWAY  TIES
Sealed tendei i    ed    ���     tbe
indi       ��� ��� :   ���-      i       a the enveloj).
ni. er foi Tie . I9i G," wil
celved at the offlci ���    Con
��� ������ Tran I Ra
na;.   ..    Otl  wa,   mtil
noon,  of the   12th  tl DOG
for five i: u il e ! an I thirty-five        i
��� i:  I I '
i ordai   ���      Ith thi
the Comn:.'       ',".
Sealed Tendi        idd       ��� :
undercigm I, marked on the envi
"Tender fi r Tii  , 1907," will ;   .. I ���
receivi I a   n ove until twelve o'e ���>
noon, of the Ith day   of   Si pi mbei
191G, for one million and    b n   thousand 11,010  00) Rallwaj Tii b, In   ac
cordani i   with the     , ���        atloni    ol
���h" Commissioners,
Tendi      mu I    be    n    le   i n    the
form          lied bj the i! mm   . li ne
whi A       well a   the : . ation ���.
may :������  obtalm i   i Ilcatton   to
Ntlgll     D,     I.  ll-,      ||   a.        .        ,, i ���!;;, e;
Ottat  n Ont., to   V E,    Don et,    Dis
'   I      i ��� ���     Q iei...  P. Q., or i i
A,     E,     Ho ;������,:,   .     DlStrl   t      l'li"il|. er
Kenora, Ont,
Full Information In regard to dollv
eries required I   given    on    form o!
lender.
Each   tender  must   be    sinned    and
sealed by all the parties to tbe tendei'
an I  witnessed.
The  successful  tenderers     will     be
required to sini a contract    in    form I
satisfactory to   the   Commissioners j
and to furnish an accepted cheque on I
a chartered bank of Canada, payable
to   the   Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway for a sum equal
to ten  per cent  (10 per cent)  0r tho
amount of the lender, as security for
the duo and  faithful performance of
the contract
No tender for less than  five    thousand ties will be considered.
Thc rlghl is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By Order,
P. I
J
Three
Transcontinental
Trains l).iii>
Travel   ���        I
"NORTH ( OAS1  I IMI
Eli   trii  lighted I Kates
Qu ��� . I
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POIN .
Steamshir 1 icl ��� I   ���
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round Tl
Rates   to   Southern   C.iAorma.
F..r full informtion call oi    i
('. E, LANA. Gem
430 Hastings St., Vanco n r, A'
A, D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. '   ,:   '
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co|
NelsonS Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co,
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all  rail  i
point', east, ������������    '    ' I
land,   Nelson   and      ''
onm i ting st Spol   tn : '
Northern, Northi rn Pa
& N, Co,
('..nn. cl   at Ri    ' md ���' '
...'am   Pacific   Railway  I
Crei k points.
Connects  al    Meyi'
stage ('lily for Republii
liufTct   service   on   train
Spokane and  Nelson,
Effective   Sunday,   Nm
t  min
'  :     ���
mbef W
igoi.
Leave
9.20 a m.
12.as p.m.
9.40 a.m.
Day Train
.. Spokane
.. Rossland
., .Nelson
Arrive
.7.15 P'"1
,4.10 p-"1-
6.45 r"
H, A. JACKSON.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCR<��S, Mfy
Willi 1    HORSE,   DAWSON
RYAN,
Secretary
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway,
Dated at Ottawa, June 26th, 1908
FAIRBANKS,   Dally i1"""
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,     .
and   freight   e"��"'''',   ..
Wiiile "'
I'lVI.'''
express
Stages at  Carcross am
maintaining a through winter
For information apply ''
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic
Vancouver.
ManMe,i ��TL
RDAy,  AUGUST   4,   1906.
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THE DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
���   fi  EDMONDS, Barrls
olicitors, Hla-hu- Blk,
New   Westminster,
11. 1.. Edmonds.
,
HAMPTON BOLE, solid-
1 ipreme court, Offices
street,  opposite  post.
J. P. 1
���
1
"'-:l
At"J
of   Commerce   build-
treet, opposite  post-
Westminster.    Money to
i*oTl\  WEART & McQTJARBIE,
1 ters, solicitors, etc.       Of-
, ... Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
P;   ,'  , |  0n  ani   Lorne  streets.
E       : ns 21 to 24, 445 Gran-
I-     , j3Seph  Martin, K. C, ���.
I.1",, A. \V. ti. McQuarrle, if. A
I...E Mr. Martin will be in tha
! nster offices every Friday af
|rnoon
foWW   REID & BOWKS, Barrte-
\  '.,..     Bollcltors,   etc.,   42   Lorne
I-..   Court.    House,    New
.   j. H. Howes, P. 0. Box
i       ;.   e. MARTIN, Barrister and
\  g      tor, Guichon  block, Colum-
Cenzle street s, New West-
B C.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
Tide Table   Fraser River BRONZE AND MARBLE ARMY.
'll ���   v, a lias!  A.'!-' ���-'
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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12.05
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22. Pi
Friday    	
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llNION LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. &. A. M.
p.a-    meeting    of   ibis
the 1 ll  '  V'' idnesday in
.,'��� :.,. i    p.  nn.  in
Tei    le.     Sojourning
��� coi Hall ���  invited to at-
V,'.  A.   DeWolf  Smith,
|A. 0. U, W.���FRASER  LOCGE  No. 3
- Mei tin  i the first and third Tues
each     month.        Visil irm
thren ( ordl tlly invited to attend.
:���        room, A. O, c. w. h ill, Odd
1 loi k,   (". irkson   street,   i'.
in,  re. older |    Louis Witt.
'���tii lunan.
[FOSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
0NS  OF   ENGLAND,   B.   S.���
el !������:::.... meets Second and
������     lay of each month,
' P.  Hall, Colum! in St., at
.   Ite i: . .��� Di tree, Fourth
>' lay   in   each month, same
��� I plnce,    Visiting Brethren
Invited.      E.   B.  Stlnch-
. Pres., II. Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE,   No. 4099,  I.O.F.
- the Fourth  Friday In the
ith  at   8  o'clock.   In   the  small
Oddfellows'   block.     Visiting
;        en i ordiallv invited to at-
' '       i. H. Ruahton, c. K.: F. P.
'���'���'���      ���   11, K. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8308,
A. o. F,���The roL'ular meetings of
���������  are  held   on   the  Second
irth Tuesdays of each month
a., in the Oddfi Hows' Hall.
\ ���  Brethren  are  cordlaly  in
m attend.   E. C, Firth, C. R.1
!���'��� P. Maxwell, Sec
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS   OF   TEM
PERANCE   meet    every   Wednesday
��� lock  p.  in.. In  iiddfellows1
Columbia    street.     Visiting
��� n :n .��� cordlallj in\ Ited to at ���
i. s. Bryson, s. C; .1. McD.
' 11, Sec.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS-
NATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
IP, 191,���Moets oil the First and
��� Tuesday of every  month  In
of   P, 11.di.     John    McNlven,
'; f; .1. .1. Forrester, Roc. Sec.
Boa
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RD OF TRADE.���\ew  Westmln-
ll'mi'd   of   Trade   meels   iu   iln'
'rd Room, City Hall, as follows
[)ful Wednesday of each month
11( -ly meetings on  the Bei   ���. ���
''""sday     of      Fe'.unary,     X,   '���
1 i and November, al 8 p. ni
""id meotlnga on the socnnd
diieaday 0f February, Now
Olbers may be proposed and
rl"d at anv monthly or quarterly
etlng.   A. K. White. See.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia Ut.
^Sgage delivered   promptly to any
Part <,r the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Dat
SANDHEADS.
High Water LowWate
Shingle and Saw Mill
Machinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
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ING SOLOMON  LODGE. NO. 17. A.
\I     Reg ilai   ��� '.ic; unlc t-
lo Ige are It' l on
e.  .��� . h   month  in
, .',   it      p.  m.    Vislt-
,.n   are   coi'diail ���    Invited
ic v,. Gili loi.', Sec.
jlOYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY, No.-��59
I,   p..   of   I.,   1     el        .''.nl   and
[day of eai h  month, at   8
. .: .:..'������    had.    ( ..in. ."   of
p " an : J 'lm street,    So-
ib i,ni I ��� - cordi illy In-
ttend,    W.  IA Dunlop, W.
i t Matthl 11, Reg,
LOYAL  ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1150
'���'. in   Orange   ball   first   and
Fri lay in each montb al 8 p.
m.   Visiting brethren are cordially
.:..     : to attend.    B.  B.  Matthias,
W, M , .!. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
0. 0. F.���AMITY  LODGE. No. 27���
regular meetings of this lodge
:   n oddfellow.-' hall, Colum-
��� '. every   Mon lay   evening,
Visiting i rethren cordi      .niIted to attend,   s. ,1. May,
N. li.;   VV, C, Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
Bank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181/.
Ii u ited   by   act   or   parliament
(' VP1 i M.  (All   paid  Up). . .*] l,iiui),il(li)
RESERVE  FUND *lu,UUO,000
F. CRAKE,
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with 1" years experience. Later was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
English,    Swiss... American   and   all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
 -   made like new and adjusted.
ROyal Bank Charges Reasonable.
f\Tr   Cr)rirlflrl   Two Doors from Geo. Adams. Grocei
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny. |
Man  ' ������--; of t
I
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures i
 __ , i
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU C. !
! ' ive sometimes beard English
culpl irs complain that Greal Britain had ��� i     irn from Frani e
if the ei. '."ira. ���
t and ait isi .   ���'!���. e
ii po ' -    ���    Paris are artistic,"
:. istii     ."'.'.     S
al ������ ii" i s-Arts �� en I
was walking along the boulevards
with ii:in one day. And he was right.
The French cannol turn out anything inartistic. "Look at the number and . haracter of their statues,"
pays the sculptor from Lop.Ion.
"You cannot turn a corner without
coming upon a statue, and every
square has one or more monuments
in honor of people who were never
heard of." But il may be pointed
out to those critics of England's
way of doing things that the French
method has its obverse. Statues, especially n hen they are g 1 statues,
are certainly pleasant to behold, but
M. Escudier, municipal councilor
for A. ��� St. George d stricl of Paris,
i.s up in arms against the indiscriminate erection of bronze and mai ble
in  the thoroughfares  of the  city.
He gru Iges the  spa    i] 1 in
the public promenades by the effigies of the eminent. "The time 1ms
come," he says, "to check the statue
i; ni; which has seized our c mi -.
poraries. Mur gardens, our squares
and our promenades are invade.1 by
innumer ible images. We must resist the a Ivance of this bronze and
marb e army, which spoils the per-
spectivi ' " streets and the harmony of our gardens." ��� London
1 llobe.
Fo-ests  Disappearing.
The Nat ion il liar Iwood Lumber
issociat ion ai its recent meeting in
Memphis a lopted a reporl that pre-
-t ted the lire possibilities of the
destruction of the forests in the
short perio I ��� f A*y-!ive years. It
was estimated that there now stood
in the United State- in the neighborhood  of   1,475,000, i.    feet
of lumber, but that 45,000,000,	
feet of lumber was being cut every
year. The reporl n commended that
LACROSSE INTEREST
REACHES FEVER HEAT
So   Says   the   Vancouver   Province   in
Reference to  Match  This
Afternoon.
Rt.  Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal,  G.C.M.G,. . .Hon  President
Hon. Sir O. A. Drummond, President
E.   S.   Clouston,   Vice   President   and
General Manager.
General    banking   business   trans-
in te i
Branches In all the principal cities
in Canada, in Loud. :,, ling . New
York, Chicago, and st. jonn, Ntld.,
ami correspondents In all pans of the
���vol.   I
Coital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,152
Total   Assets  Jib.JM.5/0.
Branches and correspondents In
all the principal citi-s of tne world.
General  banking  business transacted.
SAMNGS  DEFAKIMtNI.
$!  opens an account.    Interest added
half yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
Open    Saturday   nights   from   8   to   9
o'clock
NEW   WESTMINST tK   BHANCH
F.  B.  Lvle,  Manager.
Still Doing Business at tne Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
Merchant Tailor
Savings Bank Dept. J# HEINLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BflPNIH
G.  C).  Brymner. Manager
Manufacturer of
Junk and Second-hand   Mineral Waters, Etc.
Store Aerated Waters,
Highest piii es paid tor Becond-hand
goodsj  junk,   bottles,   rubbers,   brass.
copper, old shoes and all luelals;  also
old clothes, etc,   write or call.
S.   BROWN,
Front   Stret,   New  Westminster.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone  212.
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, Scotcn and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always in stock
Spring  stock  now  In.    Make  vour
'���election.
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnnis.
First Class Meals at all Hours,
English, Japanese and Chinese   Styles.
From 1 5c. up.
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel.  113. Office,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
something must be done, and done
nt once. Recommendations were
made by the report for the prohibition of log exports and exemption
from taxes of tree plantations. Attention was called to the desirability of slate legal enactments along
the last line and some constitutional provision by the een.-vai government ot' Like effect. Mention was
made of the custom prevailing in
Franco of requiring a tree to be
planted for every tree cut down.
A Puzzle of the Big Fire.
(.tne of the remarkable incidents
of the great lire of San Francisco
was the immunity from damage of
an old wooden shack owned by a
paint company at the corner of
Main and Harrison streets. The ramshackle, half century old building
! stands unharmed, u little island in
a sea of desolation. It. reeks with
oil and is filled with highly inflammable materials. Near to it a great
pile of coal caught fire and burned
for nearly a we A. The oflii ials of
the company felt so certain that the
place had fallen a victim to the devouring flames thai they did not
even attempt to visit it until two
weeks or so after the conflagration,
and then ii was mere curiosity to
see what the ruins looked like that
led them there.
i.e. resl Is at fevei .. imong la
>e enthusiasts ovei the championship a.mie whicli will be played Satin laj afternoon at Recreation Park
between the Vancouver and the Westminster teams, says the Vancouver
Province of yesterday.
Aside from the fact, that this game
promises to be one of the nest as well
as one of the hardest fought matches
of the season, Vancouver people are
watching the outcome of the struggle,
especially because it means that the
Vancouver team either will have a
final chance of trying for first pi ice,
or will be relegated to second place
with no opportunltj ol beading the
list.
Should the Vanco ivei i ij s win tomorrow, as their manj .- ippoi ters an 1
admirers hope, then thej will hav.- a
Qghting chance ol coming oul on top
of this season's series of championship games. Should Vancouver 1 ise,
then it is a foregone i onclui lon th it
\\ es minster wlll hea i the list,
Vancouver probably In sec in i ;
and the Maple Leafs third.
Th ���   match   tomorrow    will
promptly at :; o'clock.   A: rang
iei .1 made to handle the ci p i -
: iw i whicli II Is expected v. Ill   ������
. .   tti mdance.    The  Sixth  Reglm ;
nd has    een engagi I  and  will en-
terl  ...    he   crowd   al   o Id   m imen -
with musical selections.    Wells Graj
ad  i Q    t't    will   referee   the
rhe Vancouver team ought to give
an excelleni account of Itself, as the
boys  have  been    indulging    In  hard
practice for several days and have
shown up well in their efforts. Last
ceiling the final practice was held
under the direction of Professor Rotli-
well, and he expresses himself as well
pleased with the work of the team, and
that if it shows up as well In the
game as it has in practice it will give
: i.e Westminster aggregation a bard
run.
The Vancouver team will be selected from the following players: Gibbons, Allen, McConaghy. Springer,
Payne. Matheson, Douglas, Cameron,
Tuck, Cao, Godfrey. Spare man,
Knight.
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Miraculous Escape.
Springdale, Wash., Aug A���A southbound train on the Spokane Falls &
.Noi;hern almost miraculously escaped
destruction near here yesterday.
Fourteen cars of sawlogs broke loose
from a freight train and went with a
wild rush on down grade toward Valley, ten miles away, and the passenger train from the north was stopped
ai the latter place just as it was leaving, the operator having less than two
minutes to spare. Slxteon loaded
gravel cars with set brakes were run
out to meet and stop the runaway at
the gravel pits. Thirty of the cars
were smashed to kindling. No one
was killed or injured, but had the
runaways met the passenger train the
loss of life would have been appalling.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
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BOVRIL
Every ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
as required by thc laws of Great Britain.
In thc preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but die choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost.
BOVRIL is a specialty, not merely a bye-produot
of a packing house like many meat extracts.
Edible  Birds'  Nests.
Some authorities have contended
that the edible birds' nests are constructed of a glutinous matter secreted in the mouths of the birds,
ui. 1 others think that these nests
arc composed of a kind of seaweed.
The latter theory has now been
practically abandoned, and it is generally conceded thai the robbing of
the nosts before i ho batching of the
young is an n I of greal cruelty,
since the birds immediately set to
vv irk to build new ones, ami the excessive drain on their saliva exhausts their -i rength to such a degree that thi \ are often found dead
in numbers pear the spot where
thev hud nm.mt to ronr their broods.
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BOVRIL LIMITED
LONDON, England, and MONTREAL, Canada
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"Drumming" In Mexico.
Cheap traveling men who can
pick up orders in a brisk and breezy
fashion in the wesl and southwest
of our own country are not the men
who may be expected to do business
in Mexico. The professional "hustler" is quite apt to be of no use
down here. Men of education and
culture, with gentlemanly manners
and n knowledge of tht language,
Us people and their customs, are the
sort of traveling men American
(inns need nol only for this country,
bul for oil Spanish America.���Consul .1. A. I o Roy of Durango,
Drink Causes Suiciae.
Seattle, Aug 3.���Tbe only cause for
the suicide last night of Ell A. Gag",
sou of a former officer of the treasury, 1..Milan .1. Cage, which can be
assigned was that he was temporarily
Insane from drinking. Gage reached
Seattle from Chicago on July 7. Aside
from a new revolver of large calibre,
and   a   dagger  also  new,  there   was
.nothing in the room except lour empty whiskej bottles and a quart flask
half full of liquor.   On his ; erson was
' found a bankbook of the National
Bank of Commerce, which showed
thai he had deposited ?1000 be re-
ct Ived on Julj -1    His hank balance
amounted   to  $21 I.
Author Kills Himself.
London, Aug. 3.���News received
here todaj of the death of Herbert
Eastwlck Compton, the novelist and
writer on historical and other subjects, shows thai  he committed bu1-
Cide  at   sen   while  on  his  way   to  the
i Island   of  Madeira.     He   wns  born   in
1863.
Polish  Ec'itoro and Jail.
Some Polish editors have a hard
time, in a parting word to his renders the retiring proprietor of the
Polish paper Qornoslazak Bays that
during tho five years of the paper's
existence the responsible editors
nave spent four und o half years in
prison, w
in fines.
hilo $3,750 has been paid
May Sutton Wins Again.
Newcastle on Tyne, Aug. 3.���In thfl
Northumberland tennis championship
contests today May Sutton of Call'
ferula, heat Miss Everard in the semifinals Of the ladles' singles hy G-0;
6-1.
Widow Suicides.
Glenboro, Man., Aug 3.���Mrs. ED-
Dunsmore, a widow, committed suicide here yesterday, by drowning herself In the Asslnlholne river, while
on a visit to a neighbor, Despond*
eney is said to he the reason for her
act
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Saturday, august
". 19J
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SOMETHING NEW
Quaker Puffed Rice
Try it.    It is delicious.   We have it.
* BRADST^EETS SAYS
BUSINESS WILL HUM
SHERRIF'S MARMALADE   10 CENTS   PER   TIN
G. ADAMS,
Vuaii  ��� ��������� .1      1 im mi   n ������
���    IMI I      ���
PUBLIC SUPPLY   |
STORES *
IIIIMII������ ���������   11 II     M��/
For Rent!
-roomed cottage on
St. George st. Lots
of fruit.
AT  THE   HOTELS.
I
$12.00
Mclnnes & Kerr,
Real Estate.   Insurance
and Auctioneers
272  Columbia   Street.
E.'V    WESTMINSTER
Telephone   170.
BT|
CALL ON..,
F. A. Muir & Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
��� ��� .Alma���A. Baker. Dewdnej . VV. .1.
.- ia. S tttle; il. V Zonon, 11. I..
Zonon, Chilliwack; Alex. McEachern,
Blaine; Lester VV. David and wife,
Millside; Miss L. .1. Smith, South-
hnmpton, Ont; M. Beattie, Kamloops;
B. Graham, Seattle.
Colonial���Misa Mollle Murry, Vie-
t< la; VV, J. McCallum, Calgarj: W.
S Steveston, Toronto; .1. I.. Walworth, Vancouver; E. M. Carncross,
Cloverdale;   F.   .1.  Moss,   Vancouvei
Windsor���H.  Jamiesi n,    i ortey  Is-
I;  D. Cummings, Langley Prairie;
. n Litl ��� . Coi tez Island; II. John-
������   ine;     S im   Roi ei tson,    Po
��� i. : ...oa 1:   Ri ibi rl   \   Braden, junl
;' rl Hammond.
.- ��� :    n���H.   Alexan b r,
.    \.   I :���--���- -        Hillside;   Gi   .
H inti ,'.  D   Wi   :.  ns,  Stevesi  n
��� i. Vancou -���
Depol    .'    a.. M  Nell, B    r. Sweet,
... ':���.��� ry, Si   ttle; J. E. M
Stave Lake; G    \   ' Ihish ��� ..:.   Uexan-
tlria,    int.;   J.    ��� .     B nfo   I,   Clli
. .
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.
B. C
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
ail kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, ere. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
Heavy  Loss by  Fire.
Ulan Vug.    3.���Fire    which
ll   - ���   "i   . ly  this  :. .."iiiu-   .a
��� Intel uati nal Exposltb n did ex-
���.-..��� : ��� ge. The sections devoted to 'A deci i. ive arts of Italy and
H ing! ' ������ ... ��� totallj di stroyi d, as
also was th< pavillion in which were
installed the exhibits of Italian and
Hungarian architects. The damage Is
estimated al $800,000, The city was
thrown into a state of great excitement and vast crowds of people collected aboul lhe exposition. Tbe firemen, however, succeeded in saving all
��� > >���.������ the Italian and Hungarian sec-
lions   although  dangerous sparks fell
a thi   German, Turkish and Chinese
Bi ctious.     Al   noon   the  fire   was  con-
-.���:���:.'! I i be entirely under control,
g   ��� ���   . ���   tie   estimates  placi d   the
oss as high as $2,400,000, bul this
pn ���. '. is ��� xc< .--ive. The origin of
the  fire  A   attril ited   to an electric
., rl    :    ii'     Tie  authorities  reji it
theory thai the confl     ation  was
: A. ��� : ii i . . rigin.
ALEX. SPECK
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Pal Your Money to Work
. :. i increase your Income, Now
:- the time to I uy. VVi.- tmin
-'.. A forging ahead, if you
are looking for a home at. a
reasonable t rice and easy
terms, call in and Inspect our
large and exculslve list of
dwellings we bave for sale in
different  parts (if the city.
WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia St.    I'hone 85
General Trade OutlooK Is Better Than
It   Has   Been   for   a   Long
Time.
Xew   Y ���  ...   \ ig I]
iw will  s
-��� -    - .i uie decid
���   ��� ��� inlstic, practi ssui an - -
crop    lelds,    thi     grow ing
..... im.'!  ��� :  the Iron : 	
ry and the relativtl      eav.
f orders 1 in general Uni -
fall  and   winti i   requii i tuents,    ��� Ing
the principal stimulant.
Iron  and   steel   plan.-.  ��in re
actual!..   ��� a. age :   in   making  n pairs,
are   being   worki d   to   'heir    utn   -
en iacity  and  some  st< el  mills have
bcoked their entire capacity for man;
months ahead,
The essential soundness of mercantile trade is testified to by the July
and seven months returns of Callun s
;.. Bradstreets, which point to fewer
failures and smaller liabilities I n
i.i any but the ��� of years. Shi
menl s ol al and svinu goodi
egil '..:.-      ���. :   . ..  i   ' ..'    .
Eh cts mi l-summer Influi ni ��� s,
.    ���        .-.:.���    si - .������
Ral t ��� . a :. are .��� . heavy.
Wiiit.'. a   Is bi ing :.
nd the outloo el rgi i
ereal ex| ghten       Evidenei
. iltlpl r that thi   n      ei   ...
ed to  trade and       . II
t-celve a
i    ,i
evious peri   I in thi   eo intrj '-
luslness failures
��� .   170 againsl   170
Fall   ti   le   is   livening    ip   In
.  . ���. '.   stimulated     by good
: T spi .'-   and   hi-h       ees  foi   farm
���: ii '-.   'hf   oul loo .   -> ems be
- i i throughoul the Dominion, i ��� a
ings are large foi . mi 1-summei period and fail ires fi w and less damaging. Dry goods of all kinds, bard-
ware, sugar and dairy products are
in active demand,
Exports of cheese from Montreal
are very large, though i; and butter
are easier. Hog products are high in
sympathy with the scarcity of hogs.
Canadian holders of wool seem mon
inclined to accepl   price.- offered.
At Toronto, the demand from tl i
wi .-���  i- very active.
At   Winnipeg,   rusl   talk  gets   Ittle
i : edi nee.
B :-i:i. -  Is  .:������;.���   ::i   Bl I Al,  >'.    im
ia.    '.' Mures   foi   the  week   nun   ������
2S>, .,- againsl 24 lasi  wi i ... an 1 25 in
yeai  agi .
Brink   Clesrinjs.
New l'oi ;, .'. ig, !. ��� 'i'i." I nk
A< ...ia. i| Cam di in citli s foi I n
week as i .:.., lied ; Erad reets are
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Montn   : $27,877 ll     im reas    .10.
Toron o $21,425,262, Inc.  15 6.
Winnipeg, $9,725,502, inc. 23.9.
i Ul  wa  $2,719,254,  inc.  1.6,
Halifax   $1,684,926',   dec.   14.3.
Vancouver $2,197,195, inc. 31.6.
Quebec $1,731,945, inc. .7.
Hamilton  $1,698,114. inc.  31.
St. .lohn. N.  B��� $1,263,281, inc.  17.3.
London, Ont., $1,026,820, ine, 2.0.
Victoria, $592,154, inc. 1.8.
Calgary $1,042,391,
Edmonton $596,346.
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
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These Summer Goods
~ Must Be Sold ~~
This Is the season when thi      good    an   uei ded   rig
i i   hi ." are   the  reductions  In   price   which   maki    lhe  bu
i ���      all the more attractive.
Ladies' and Misses' Bathing Suits Reduced
Two only���Ladies' Lustre Bathing   Suits,   cardinal   only,   tl
pieces and nicely trimmed with   white   braid;   regular  price
$;..iiii and $5.25.   special price, each  $39
Due dozen Misses' and Girls' Navy Bathing Suits, one-piece, fun
sizes, made of line jersey cloth, white trimmed; regulai
���  Ice $2.00,    Sale  price, each  $1^
Big Sale of Boys' and Girls' Dresses
All oue price, the entire loi Girls' Duck and Picque Two-Piece
Dresses, Duck and Picque Coats, Boys'Colored Russian
Dresses, all Blightly soiled: regular values $1.25 to $2.25. Sale
price, each   	
X   Special Lot of Muslins, Etc., at 9c Yard
+   ��� ne loi  Ginghams,  Muslin.  whlt<   and   colors,   Print   N'aln
Gingham, etc;  excellenl materials every piece for an economi
cal shirt waist suits for ladles or children; regulai values 15,
a 1  25c.    Sale   price,   per yard   	
Big Lot at 12c Per Yard
BRACT'S AM^'AA" A 7.  ^~i&A..3&&J   J     V ,:.-. ortiic'ii:   .     -iiA   , "  ,.     ,,,,.,..        ....  ;. ���..i
STRIKE THROWS
ST, PETERSBURG
INTO DARKNESS
olors   of    Ginghams,    Muslins,   Striped   Chambrays,   Fl
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'(.   four miles from Westminster; 15 acres under cultivation; 7 acres of  ;V
!��{ good hay, now almosl re  :    I ir harvest. :���;
V          Dwelling, 3 rooms, barn and stable ��nd three new houses.   This ���}
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���. on easy terms,    This property  is extra well situated. ;���;
;���;           Nine acres of good  soil  near town. J
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THOS. R. PEARSON
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Cars run Half Hourly From 8:00
a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Passengers
with 50c Tickets will be entitled
to a return transfer to park or bay
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ld.
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fraser Valley
It bristles with
intere itinj
free on Application   ta on farming.
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"���~���-"~-������""���*-��� gri at  mine
useful information  U.r people who
are thinking of investing in   B. C.
farm lands.
It contains 64 pages, likewise a
very comprehensive map of New
Westminster district, and '.'���'! views
showing fruit growing, haying,
dairying and mixed farming scenes.
It gives market prices of all
produce, weather statistics, amount
of crop raised to the acre, etc.
YOU WANT
THIS
PAMPHLET
It will interest and entertain you.
F. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
The Farm Land
Specialists
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military      n      ; .     sii
nal to    '..  . ��� rwardi
7j    lifferent   pi oil        ... inizat .��� :.-
throughoul the ( mpire.
15,000 Men Affected.
The strike here has already affected 15,000 men including the employes
of the electric lighting plant, A collision between workmen and troops
during which shots were exchanged ls
reported to have occurred In the naval
suburb. Other disorders are said to
have taken place at Viborg Bectlon
ol the city.
Number Increases.
An investigation made by lhe Associated Press shows thai the rumors
f fighting in the Narva quarter were
unfounded but the whole region where
the Putiloff Works are situated Is oc-
cupie l by 11 oops. Part of the em-
i .es of I he P I ii.it Works are on
���-i rike and the v. oi kmi a oi I he Amei
ican Westinghouse factorj walked out
during the day. By 6 o'clock in the
. vi ning the number of strikers was
estimated al 20,000. The current reports Lhal the employes of the rail-
:��� u i.. Warsaw had struck are pre-
m ture.
Governor Assassinated.
.Samara. Russia, Aug. ���'.. The gov
ernor of ihis city was instantly killed
ti day it a bomb thrown by an assassin who was subsequently arrested.
The governor's head and feel wero
lorn off by the explosion.
Mutiny at Rembertoff.
Warsaw. Aug. 3.���A portion of the
troops In the summer camp at Rem
bertoff near here mutinetl yesterday
and are In open revolution today. The
artillerymen have driven their officers
oul of their quarters. A detachment
..: Cossacks senl lo <cerpower the
-.. was   recel .'A   with   gi ape
shot.     Details  are   lai king   as  exl i
in      itlons ure beln
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Collide With Troops.
S     Petersburg,    Aug.  ;:.   A    loi
new-spa] er publh hes a despatch  I
. . ii ning    rom   Vekatei Inosla v,    dale.]
��� i -ieiday, saying that a  force of po-
Ice  anel   two  squadrons  entered   the
town ami arreste I i Ingleaders of the
Sl: Ike   while   ihey   were   .-till   ill   bed.
When  the   workmen  discovered  this,
they gathered to the number of 4000
and attempted to free their comrades,
A   collision   with   the   troops  ensued,
(luring which a number Of men were
wounded.    .Many of the agitators were
uric.-led.
| W. S. COLLISTER & CO. I
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Deering and Frost & Wood All Steel
Tedders
and Steel, Self Dumping
Hay Rakes
3 1-2 to 6 feet.
MOWERS���Our Giant Frame Mower  beats   them  aii   for  Btrength
an I easy cutting,
Auction Sale at Market Every Friday.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
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! FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS I
i> New Goods and New Prices
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,���:        A full carload jusl arrived.    As nne goods as ever entered the city. ,���,
J Inspection invited.   By buying here you can save money and lets ef it. J
j��; '.'ive us a trial.   We have many things we are going to clear al  cost. >;
,���; Money saved is money made. J
>J Sec our V5.oo Mattresses if!
W. E. FALES,
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!���; 716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.    Rear Extension. Front Street, .���,
Passes Without Division,
London, Aug, 3.���The education bill
passed    Its second    reading    in  the
House of Lords today  without  a division.
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers in the
S. G. TIDY,
 PLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, BOQUETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone  ALSt  or address  4lh  Avenue and Kith Street.
6. C. Monumental Words
JAMES  McKAY, Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
SPR0TT-SHAW
Business Institute    ,! MarWe an(l fanile Mmmds,
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Limited.
336 Hastings Street W.. Vancouver
R. J. SROTT,  B..A.,  Principal.
H. A. SCRIVEN, B. A��� Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec.
Write for prices.
New Westminster, B. C.

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