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 j(e, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
St.
Phoiie 85
^uV1. 2, NUMBER 176
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
vo
"_ SEM   WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1907.
B<%_
MYSTERY IS
CLEARED UP AT LAST
SHOOTING  TODAY.
Washinflton       Sends      Rep-esentateve
Tean.   to   Rechmon.i   Ranyc.
-     ���
>.,
10 CEN
FIGHTING IOT QUITS    !
AT ELEVENTH HOUR
WAR   ON    LIQUOR   TRAFFIC.
L nf /Ulan Campbell is ���'
Found Near Cleeve Can-
Jojy-Missing Long Time.
i
o
:. from his boui'   ���'��� ��
Wflal  ��� Thi    Vankei
' ou       ml were
:-        '   ' ��� ��� estminste
ver    of ie .               ......
ihem :,   ���. er.   'I ier.
een ii ....
K'" '���     '   ���" ���    :.:   dl      ,
men    On I  e I:  C. team will ...  I
No Time For Proper Campaign -Socialist Kingsley
In the Field.
!   ' ;.   eight  months.
Jddyol ��� '���:|,i"'"'  tormer)>'
'    K, ���   Hoating neai
ciet,v,   .,'���       ���;"1-v    yesterday
llnm '���'  Bout,ller-  wh0
Liati ' I  Chief  of Polio
r,... . ewsomo find.   The
. .    . l<   .Murchie's   un-
.���.here it was later
ol jurymen, who   ;:""- -v ���' er and
lence   of   wit-   Vancouvei ......_.U'-': '������'
,   .er llct of "Foun I   '       ���   ��� ��� an
llson   s Sen ���    G. Tun
1    w       ����'
L-.���.,:,-
bird b!     i
febearin;
....   ���'   ���������
ironed
... - last heard of on
bi d he wandi ri ,
n this city, and,
een by a number of peQ-v
. ���;., district, vanish* d
me 'ime the theory
���,, ie  bad met  with  foul
��... ���:. ���   . as he was _>up-
1    i   .���
S     '
u
C
V
Police in League With Crooks.
Salt   Lake   Cit: ,   A ig    2.
e Geoi   ���   Sheets resignei    i    i
day.    ii' idictmeni
-I
anc iuvi r,  Vug, 2   Joseph Martin's
eearance  In  the field of politics
!   lived  as it  was sudden.
liis morning his retirement from thi
mtesi was announced, in spite of thi
fact that lei- lasl words In his speech
��� Recreation Park last night were in
exhortation to all and sundry to turd
��� it on Sal irdaj  and vote for him.
Although  returning officer    McKaj
patiently  until  the  stroke oi
one o'clock no one representing Mr.
Martin pul In an appearance and nom-
ations  wi n    leclared closed.
Nominations   were   received    at     i
.  li set under the trees on ihe cour;
.-���   lawn.   In due and ancient form
M   McKay Intoned the formula, "Oyez.
Oyez, Oyez  all persons an  command-
National   Self-interest  and  Supremacy
of  White  Race   Found   Strong
Argument.
Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 2.���Cell -
brated physicians and . arfted scientists  from  all  parts of the  world, as
I well as many laymen interested in the |
total   abstinence  agitation   now   being!
I waged throughout Europe and America, are gathering iu Stockholm to participate in the sessions of tiie first im-
jeeertant. international anti-alcohol congress ever   held,      A symposium    In
which the eviis of alcohol will be  iis-
cusaed   by  scientific  men    from    the;
standpoint of cold facts, entirely free
of sentimentality, will be a feature of
the congress. The principle of abstin- |
ence will be advocated on the ground j
that the white  races  will degenerate'
WESTMINSTER WINS
IN LAST INNING
Sensational Baseball Game
Results in Defeat of Blaine
Boys���Dandy Finish.
and become the- inferiors of the yellow
races unless the   use of alcohol is soon
In a. game replete witli surprises*
beautiful plays and rotten errors, the
New Westminster senio: baseball
team defeated the Blaine outfit by
! a score of Beven runs to six. The
winning run was scored in the lasl oi
the seventh inning, when a safe hii
by McLeod brought in three' men. As
only one run was needed to win tht
battle, the two last men wh I tt<
home were not credited With a run.
..   six
'-'/,,..
���tt.
Peary is Reai., \q C
North?
-D**#**m. rW
dashAUG 4���1907
Portland, Me., Aug. 2.���Commander
Robert E. Peary, who Is staying with
his family at Eagle island, said yester lay thai he will start for New Y .rk
and then for the North pole just as
soon as the boilers are installed in the
Roosevelt.
He could nol say definitely when
that will lie. but hopes to start within   a.   week.      He   expects   te)     be      in
winter quarters by September .". Commander Peary saiel that be heel acquired no "new tangled Idea" and thai he
knows just whai he needs and will
take thai ami nothing more. None of
his family is going with him.
The game started punctually
o'clock, and it started punk.
prohibited.   Statistics   or   the insane      c,.    , ,      , ,    ,     I
Only a lew ians were on hand wh< i.
asylums  anel   poor  houses  of  Europe   ,. ,   ,        ,    ,
the game started, and the-se suffered
INSURANCE MONEY PAID
FOR LOSS OF DIG DAKOTA
and America are expected to bolster
up the arguments of the prohibitionists. Among the famous medical authorities on the programme for addresses  are   Professor   Laiteven,     of
lo have i
while His Majesty's writ for the pres-
'������-i'--  of cons . ...   ent   election   is  being  read."   and   the
onsiderable sum of  swindlers  to   flei   ���     tourists.      The  three dozen   citizens    present  lapsed
nd strictly enjoined to keep silenl   Helsingfors; Dr. Leggraln,   of   Paris
loss of $10,000 :��� two Scotchnu . en Into silence as the reading went on.
route tee Los Vngeles starti ; thi scan- Directly It was (ever. D. S. Wallbridge,
dal. The victims were enticed Into a: duly accredited agent for Mr. Bowser.
card game. Ii v, ..; pretend-' presented bis nomination papers toed officers   a-ho I         II the mom    thi   -eiher with the fl leposlt required.
visitors had   in     when  oni     ol    the The nomination of William John Bow-
��� :,. .     enci   -ven at the In-   Scotchmen compelled a  bogu    officei ser,  barrlster-at-law,  i-   prop..-..!
������   ���.                    thai Mr. Camp-   to go with him to police    eadqu   ters, H.   il.  Watson, seconded   by  Thomas
n   .                 ng  Fronl  street,   ,!lt' hitter was permitti         thi   chiei Allardyei and signed by C. E. Tis.lai,
..., .           ���   ��� .  New Westmin-   Io escape    Sheets and I                 In- S    McLaj   Oshorne   Plunkett, James
..   p,   wandered onto  8'8'     1'"'    charges    are inded.   Vick, E   B,  Morgan, J.  A. T linson,
rtufi        .   cieev.  cannery  and   Sheets says hi   retires for thi  . od of W. G. Breeze, J. B, v\,   amson, I-\ G.
||l             ...      [<jje iJ0(]v must   ''"" S(,rv:ce-. Inasmuch as- th             - T. Lucas and Beven    othei  prominenl
...      .      inderneath     and  "n nls character Impair the efl    ���    . conservatives.
:. ���   time, but  later
,:; ��� ��� road that he had
:,:,!:.��� Ugh   thi8   was     a
,;���-��� of ���   until  yesterdaj
;.: ���;. e Boovered float-
Flitlii ��
IfMI
and  Dr. Gladelius, ol Stockholm, who'
will discuss alcohol in its relation to!
legeneracy and    insanity.   Prominent
railroad officials will tell how the use i
:  alcohol  by railway employees has
nest   many  lives, and    many    officers '
will describe the effects of alcohol u) -
en  soldiers.
The congress  will be  unusual  and1
significant in that no appeal   will be
ie' to sentiment, religion nor mor-
allty, and tin   entire argument for the ,
,. edition of alcohol will  be based  on I
grounds of national  self-interest and |
the maintenance of the supremacy o"
the  while races.
etweei      ��� mple of plh - in
tei -   '   ,.:;.-��� not dlstui bi :
i:is      bei   eln  body was taki n
.��������������� laj. the cle tl
; ���. pal 'in s. being i  t-
p_     -1 ���  long immei Bion   11 ���
ni erj  bad stati     ��� ��� -
nn thai ii was Imposshle
IVd . ne   tem   examination.
p.- ������ ble ti   find oul whetbi r
marks  or  wounds i n
In   i um  of  $24.16    wi ���
I In om        : ���������   , ci kets of the
I-'- ���    en  the   Inqui ���
(George ���. ���!.  a   seen   of  the
* I ted that he ha I
':��� ' ��� ���    alive on  the fifth oi
He Idi ntifled the   ���
; it   clothing, ui :
��� e i ul  i'ii  the Insti p
��� '.     and     i ���   '
���   teeth of the   d< -
:  lhe police force.
\ fi w minutes lati . R. P. Pettj pii c<
also produced a little ��� ag from
which he carelessly dumpi d a sl
heap of gol I pieces Mi Kings!<.. '.
nomination was proposi I by James
H. McVety, secea, i.ei bj N. Lamherj
and also signe I I j D G M u ki nzii
R, P. Pettiplece, J. A. Harnett, James
II   and others.
was all over In ten oi  'we ntj
minute?  and   for the   bi lanci   of I be
ises   To   Be   Hard   Fought   boui there was a wearj  wait,
,-,, i       ,���,. i nr ,-.   i     nl;       the jests of the onlookers : n
btruggle���Old Timers Out ca]]s .,,. M;. Martin   Some,,,..., ,
  surprise  that   tie-   socialist   can Idate
ha 1  bi en  nominate !  in  vi< w <     thi
NEW PLAYERS Will
REPLACE REGULARS
Lacrosse Match Today Prom-
BABIES PROTECT
SCABS FROM HARM
an awful shock when they saw live Seattle, Aug. _!.������ line of the lamest
men from across the border line reach , losses ever sustained by London un-
home in the first inning, the;, having hjerwriters was caused by the wreck
found Curley Lewis' curves without, of the steamship Dakota of the Great
difficulty. When the New Westmin- j jNorthern Steamship company, settle-
ster men got to the bat, and were re- j ment on which has recently been
tired without anyone .caching further made. The hull loss was $2,500,000,
than second, the fans said unkind ' most of which was held abroad, and
things, and seme one ran fo: the wa- : all of which, with the exception of
tercan. | $100,000 now  on   tiie   way,   has  been
But if the boys started poorly, tin;, paid. The loss of Lloyd's amounting
made up for it in tne remainder of i to more than $1,000,000, was among
the game, managing to keep the the first to be settled.
Blaine boys from getting home more] lu the report of Cai.tain Fred W.
than once during the following six Young of the Liverpool Salvage asso-
innings. Merill reaching the record- ; ciation, who went to the wreck to
ing station in the fourth on a long fine] out the prospects of salvage on
drive by Oulette. Seeing that the tbe big liner, he says that during the
Border hoys did nothing else during two nionths spent by him examining
the game in the way of adding to their the Dakota on Osanl reef, near Yoko-
' | total, the remainder of thei.- plays can hama, he found her engines reduced to
be dismissed without further comment.' a heap of scrap iron. There will be
The first run earned by New West- little salvage on what was stored in
minster happened iu the third, wh n her forward hold, while that aft was
Embree, who was on second, reached   a total loss.
home on a drive to centerfleld 1 y e Japanese contractors are now at
Silver. Kairley grabbed at the at- j WOrk with divers taking out cotton
mosphere;  failed  to recover, and  tli;-! bales from Ihe forward hold, much of
Miners Carry Children In
Their Arms to Save Themselves From Violence.
ball went sailing away while Embree
did the noble hero stunt. Silvei a - i
ambled home on a vicious hit by
Stein.
which  has  been spoiled  by   the  salt.
: waler.  The wreck lay for a time directly across the rerf. but was broken
in   Iwo  bv the  seas and   the  forward
The si renth schedu    It
Duluth, Minn.,Aug. 2.���All was quiet
:i  lhe  Hibblng and   Eveleth  districts
In the fifth, Sinclair covered himself part slid down one side of the rock
with glory. He got to first on a fnto seventeen fathoms of water,
pitches'.- error, stole second and while ihe after part broke in two
watched the pillow custodian miss the i again. There is only a small length of
ball and then made a rush for the U]ie foremast above water. At the timd
third   base.    Luck   was   in   his   path, of the wreck 11,293 sacks of flour, 427
aci eague wi played
known th it Mr   Mar upon the rang* this morning and larg- . a"''  a" <?�����r by the catcher allowed , hales of cotton and 47S sacks of wheat
,,   bad  ���   ,,ir;lwn    one well  known er   forces   were  at   work  at all    the Mm to come home    safe.    And    the i Vere taken off the ship.
afternoon   It '��� ���     Van- rooter^ cheered  ���
v ,   .       .     ..     ��� .pported of Mr. Martin created a rip- mines. -
excitemen! when h.   approi    ��� I      The strike leader, Petriella,
ivei     etwe
an 1 tl)>' M...     Ln afs    I '���'     i i
,. :     The   il- a   Ph as mi , ayers  will
...     iod It ol     . , ���        id; ���.
on ��� ���    ban the ag
iyed   ;��� formi
ne ol the last  pi rs   ns   an . tl ej   an
��� ised   alive,   i lati I   \ cl 1 he    a I  i iat two   ol   N  ������
: ell go toward    Westminster's le ee ila.      ;
���.. ne���..: :. aboul eight game is
��� . ..���    The deci asi d
today I    Jimmy Lewis, first man up in the,
.   Wi pre3Went o��-th��� u,;.;,   fifth, started  the pace by  getting n   WMIIP   104FFRS   I A7F
,      ,; there was pient, ol   li .    branch of the  Western   ''.aeration of|�����t   in   easy style.    Silver  followed -IHWU-  LUfll LIIU  LrtLL
,   ,, , a position near the t:   :���    Miners.,,, Nashwauk to call a meet-   w"��  a   terrific  drive  to   right   field
, .  ,   crowd s   , . |ng   ,���       ,   lng ol the strikers there.    He says j;,making a  three-bagger and  bringing|
there is any  Interference    from   thc
liMIII GOES TO WASTE
fate fu] hour of one had arrive d.
Interviewed as to the reason foi his   sheriff
in  Lewis.    Barbaree,  not  to be out-;
I
I
I
Dl ill   shortly  afti
���   ag   ..way   from   the
i me, ������'. as nol call-
wiine ss  called   *-ae
reviewed the i lr-
led with ih- dh
i   . a ie '. and rein rt-   si ore will    ���
i ��� ,' Ing the bod)    victory
���  .   evi lence, a i I
iside r their n i
un i thai thi
li,  h i,\ drow a .-
,
.-,���. ... I tin Ml '������
Leaf's chanci s winning. I. Win, -
mute and Ah \ 1 irabull wi ith
nf the field, thi former ha\ ag - ������ '
on holidays, .an : the latti r I ��� ing the
victim of a very so km ��� The Roya
inch, however, are nol tr
A-hat    Vani      ���
The) ar   con I li ul ���
-  said   thai   - inn   i '
���neai are willing  I i   ia�� k their ju    ���
en    witl ets, j isi        main
the veeieie1 Inten sting,
���Follow-in. N '���'���   '���'
. i ...     Goal,  V ���.-������!���   '
Gray;   cover  point, T. Gill ird;    lirsl
defence, ' Gil   ird; secon I lefei  ���   G.
retirement, Mr. Martin stated \bn: he   men  from
had come to the conclusion that  thi    resist,
wa? sn slue; that It was impossible to carry out the cam i gn
necessary on such an imi    tan!   . strikers wi ri  aimed. He found a num
he  is prepared   I i call armed   done�� added another three-base hit to,
ill   parts  of the  range to   New Westminster's credit, bringing in |
, Silver.    Stein saw to it tliat Barbaree   Ule Streets of Walla Walla by the Im*--
S. ittle,  Aug.
-Men   are   wffiWng
Chief Ma,Mea at cine-holm, lasi evening Investigated the ^e> les that lh
tion as Oriental Immigi al le n.   Hi      I
���i. i   believe  then  any   pronouni   i ���
:, ;".   ting the real fi i lings of the i ���
n te on this oui Btion could  be obtained in a campaign of two b in
, |   ���    ���. eel led to retlri n
��� ��� I -
SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
TO BUILD LATH IKBffl.s��^��_rS'btb.
ber of men waiting at iheir homes
wi aring cai I, Idge belts and armi d
with rifles.
Non-union worklngmen employed at
the l-'ayat mine yesterday carried
\aieios in thi Ir anus w ie a ou their
way to wi ; k, The Infan e wi r li pi
al the mini - all day by th men a- a
i ce nl protection against any pos-
Ible vloleni e, li wa - apparently
i       ' 1 , 'ii ;' that   the strikers or any-
are   almost   in   despair   fearing   that
they  will lose a large percentage ol
,,,;.,.      , ,      ...     ,   ,. ,,, s. | the grain owing to lack of labor. Tiie
I'he np-ti  dati   linn known as   .������
. il.
jury em]   Q
on man;   '. B.'RennIe; third defence, Spring:   enti
III      w.   V  Hand-   J. Feeney;  third home, W.
and
.......i..  1,,,.,,..    ','.    i 1. ;:
the  large  line
oseph   secon 1 home, T.  Kenne ;  1        noun cured  lhi, rlgh)   ,,, bu(W  m
i.   Turnbull: outside home, B, Henrj . lfne (]f  1.(,h  m,   ,   .,     .,,.u Ihi, ,, (i
I,   Bryson;   si an .
01
��� ���
I: nger zone,    Tbe mothers    of    th i
. i:ii Iren met  thi   Eat ten and  babl
when ih ��� da i was ovi r,
Al hough hundre Is of non-union nu n
are at work i bi - cann i|    '  i   rstiade I
rotecl ton furnish   .   ;
"nieiani
Pha.
:
mi
'��� n
lng -
Action   '
H'Ule.
lite,,..
\b
DM  Radical Change.
ini onventlon  al
Medical  assocla-
Bupported    a
I by a member thai
i lie' treated al pub-
liscusBlng the Idea,
made the physicians'
under  conditions
��� tty worries    of   fee
of    competitive
el  the   sweating of
inside  homi
��� ���
T, Rennie    .b.     ��� .-  Us first mat.
ol  this year I        -' r'-'-lU''x-    H" '
one   Of   tile
.-. i, the  Bolton Lath  ^'  ��    i
hlm ��� ���   Co., oi   Minni ap dis,   an
, xtensive manufacture! -.
trong   men of the I xhe Minneapolis concern is probablj
1|M,.,  .,..,, il  during  the | ,,,,VKi   manufacturers    oi    thia
C0Uple 0f y( irs  be has had very little     ,   ^ of goods in ,,���, r���,,,!  stati
,,, d0 wnh : ���  ��� \    H. Bolton, who is the patentee  oJ
I n ,,  the Mapli  L<   '     ��� '    .,   machine and  | resi.lent    oi    lhi
uldered  te) be a  very i Minneapolis firm, is now   In thi   i I
for   the  l0 ;1;;l .,���,! give instructions In build-
the initial set of machines. Some
adequate to the case an i    Eomc
��� hero an   ..      mu h fi fghti ned.
ot
Tin   pe
i, generallj      uf
gOOd   one',  b
garni
New Westminstei team losin;
are     remote.     Ernie   Murray     and
the hospitals, I'riend-
\    . Imilar organizations.
IL   6^ lnE number of cases treal-
|i:*,' .'";'        '  Institutions was a
""  :'   vement.
Charley Galbra
on
Eai
It is expi
trom this citj
: to see the match
xpected   tO  act
te
Sal rr>c r^
"aorta, \
Gor<lon ni
!' Thi8
mm
Co
mlng at Last.
1
,i the raw material has been brought
m the Slates to hurry the work   ii 1
: ,i;c ., the) Bhould be ,M|/ enable the firm to fill orders
tors in Hie match, ,.: an early date.
(1(..,,; thai a large numbi       This class of machinery is adaptable
Wili  go t i  Vancouvei   t0 ,iny gjze mill and is full of interest
.    the average lumbermen,   and   wil)
no  doubt   find  a  ready  sale    in  the
northwest.
Lath manufacturing,  according    to
'
'4      ;,!'
"	
" lil'ls
"Wer
river
I'oiid's crew liiieei      Lethbridgi
!"|| from Miner Creek harvest began In
'' traps on We,Ines- day.    U. S. She
" cord tor two years IF.  Hicks    c
everything    except morning, and C. I
if th,. big year when today on hi    I
i    The   men  reporl '' ������' 'a :1  :
110 n' fish  toward the] '���' '.���   ' '":i:-     nd
plump and free from imut
Harvest Commences.
Augi 2   Wlntei    wheal
this districl ye tei
\\'   r, Harlle and
need    cutting
Daniel will
Held.   The
one, has    ripened
the grain   Is  ���������>
lllmen, has heen somewhat neglect*
I in the past, and by the use of un-
Wlio Shall Succeed Booth?
London, Aug. 2.���General William
Booth, the ,ie ael of the Salvation army,
who is engaged In a motor tour of
Great Britain, announced on Sunday
������   Blackburn, thai  th ��� < lectrlc flash
which carried the news of his death
would publish the name of the new
general. ll ls learned that General
Booth has left minute directions for
the future .administration of the army
In  a sealed envelope with  his solici-
1 tors. No one knows who his successor
will be, but It is believed that it will
be Bramwell Booth, with Commander
', Howard and Commander Booth-Tucker as alternates, in case of Bramwell
1 Booth's death, and that thc army will
; continue under the guidance of one
man, and not a committee or a
1 oard of directors.
came home, although tour more men dreds while the farmers are looking
followed him at the bat, no more runs j for hands to harvest their crops. They
were made in this inning. The score '
was tied, six all.
After consultation betwi en the man-
decided to call tiie' game at the end of'same conditions exist on a smaller
seven Innings, an.l when the locals! scale at Dayton, Pomeroy, and other
marched to the batting station, tiie; towns in the Palouse country.
score v.its still a tie. Sti ::i was there I Such is the story brought to Seattle
with the reliable swing, gol to first j by Scott Owens, a man who owns a
a td ���',!���. second. Price r illowed, got large section of country around Walla
a lease on halls. Sinclair also forced ! Walla and in ether parts of Eastern
the pitcher to throw will, and was Washington. He says the men will
given a base by the umpire, advanc-inot work in the harvest fields, as
lng the other two men. it was a case they regard the work as too streituovts.
of the basei tull, no one out and three The only solution of the difficulty
strikes lier McLeod, the reliable seems to be to let down the bare and
McLeod eiid not ueed three strikes, allow the Chinese to enter the coun-
he took  the first one  that  came his   try.
way,  lifted  the  ball  skyhtgh,  pkjyed      "I never saw such a condition ot af-
i :.e;  aw ���:   ia the outfield, and   fairs in my life," said Owens. "There
the three men on  base - processioned   are millions of dollars worth of grain
lo  the  home  plate.    The    game    was   threatened With waste and destruction
[ won. ���      dust because we are unable to get the
The teams were as follows: men to do the work.
New   Westminster���Pitcher,   Curley      'There are plenty of men    in    tl|i
Lewis;   catcher,   McLeod:   first   base,   country, bul they are either too digni-
��� Sinclair;   second  base.   Silver;    shorl   tied  or too  lazy  to handle the crops.
stop..!. Lewis, third lease. Stein; right   From two to three dollars a day and
field. Barbaree;  center field. Embree;   board  are offered, but this seems  to
left   field, Price. be  no  inducement   to  the  men who
Blaine���"-Pitcher, Gotchey;    catcher,  walk the streets and loaf In the parks
I McCauleyj  firsl  base, Merrill: second  rather than soil their hands with hon-
| base, Oulette, short stop, Brouiin;
| third base, Townsend; right field,
j Stevenson; center field. Pairley; left
I field, Jones. ' Umpire, Sid Malcolm-
' son.
Reflections.
Pitcher Gotchey had five r^ike outs
est toll.    This kind of thing will discourage cultivation."
sporting an Irish eye today.   Someone
kicked him while sliding to second.
The crowd at the ball games is getting better all the time, which shows
to his credit, and allowed three men that the game is gaining ground in
to take bases on balls. this  city.    The  boys certainly  work
Curley  Lewis had  ten  strike outs,   hard enough  to make it  go,  and  go
and   allowed   three   men   to   walk  to   strong.
first. The Blaine boys are without doubt
:onomlcal  machinery  a  large waste       "" "'  """���"""'                        Sinclair's   stealing    is   his    strong the most  gentlemanly  baseball  play-
,,,,,  ,,f material has resulted.    With    the                                                                   suit.   He generally gets there.       . ers that have been seen around here
use (f the machine in question, then         Prophet   Feels  Quake   Coming.       |    Blaine's center fielder made a cou- this season.   Even when the umpire's
will be no waste, and all the  rela-        Montevideo, Aug. 2���Serious earth-j ple of bad errors. decisions  might have   been  disputed,
of the mills that can be converted into1 quake is prophesied to take place in '     Silver's work on second and at the the boys raised no kick.   Here's hop-
l,j.h will be utilized.                              Qruguaj on August 0.                          ' bat was grand, by the way, he will be ing they come again soon. THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY. AUGUST 3
EAT
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LIVE
TENDERS WANTED
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to 6 p. m. of August 1-, 1907, for the purchase of the
following machinery:
1 medium speed Doty engine center crank, 150 h. p. driving wheel, 10
feet dia. 20 inches face, with Feed-
water heater, complete, in good running order.
1 clutch pulley 0f> in. x 16 in. face
4 7-!> bore.
1 clutch pulley 56 in. x 14 in. face
4 7-8 bore.
1 wrought iron rim, split, 54 in. x
12 in. face  I T-S bore.
2 inn light I). C. Incandescent dynamos, no volts.
Machinery can he seen at light station, Tenth  street.   N'ew  Westminster.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Cit\'  Hall,  Xew   Westminster,    .Inly
31, 1H07.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE ANU UNUINB
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING. HKiDUKJ and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental ��� iron   Wont,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence ln
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STKEET.
New Westminnter. tf. O. 474.
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Yesterday's market on Lytton
square was marked by a good atten-1
dance and brisk trading. Most of the I
farmers have now completed hay cutting anel were able to get out to town
to enjoy a holiday and do a little trading in the meantime.
Potatoes.
The potato market was the'feature
of yesterday's event. A very large
quantity of spuds were offered for sale
at from ?2y to $27 a ton, Unit lhe
number of sales were very few. There
w,as a slight demand for all consignments but tin1 dealers seemed unwilling to stock up with spuds because of the greenness of the crop at
tbe present time. The price held firm
at the figures quoted.
Meats.
An average suply of beef was offered at the old prices of from 8 1-2 to
9 1-2 per pound for hind quarters and
from ti to 7 cents for front quarters.
The demand was not as strong m
usual. .Mutton was again scarce and
sold at from 13 to 14 cents per pound.
The demand was brisk and sales were
and' the demand  was quite brisk, but:
prices remained the same, namely 20
cents wholesale and :!5 retail.
Fowls.
High  prices   were  again    paid    for
I fowls especially for good stock. Large i
j birds sold for ST and $S a dozen under
j a good strong   demand   and    second j
grade stock went for about $6.    The
j demand for good large chickens   was j
j also  lively.    Chickens  sold for from
?3.50 to $4.50 a dozen and some extra
good  birds  at   a  little   higher figure.1!
There was a plentiful supply of chick- |
ens.   Ducks sold at from $G to $7 a !
dozen.    There were not many offered ,
and sales were few.    A    very    good ;
class of birds were on sale.
Berries.
A large   quantity    of    blackberries j
were offered for sale at prices rang- j
ing from $1.50 to $1.25 a crate.    The!
demand was equal to the supply
few if an.v remained over after al
heen satisfied.
A large auction sale was had.
and I
had j
Fighting   Liquor  Bylaws.
Victoria, Aug. 1���The licensed vintners of this city have won a victory
this afternoon when the full court rendered decision In the case of Malony
vs. Corporation, deciding that the city
council had no power to pass a bylaw
swift until the stock ran out. Lamb j closing saloons. The court ruled that
was also in splendid demand and .-old [ saloons or hotel bars could not be
at about i'e cents per pound. The closed at any time but it was permi3s-
supply of hogs was very short al- i able to pass a bylaw forbidding the
though the demand was excellent. This sale of liquors. The action referring
commodity realized 11 cents per to the sale to females was also quash-
pound. A very good line of veal was ed, females being allowed to purchase
on   sale  and   sales   were   brisk  while   but  not  allowed to use on the prem-
the stock lasted, the purchasing price
being 11  cents.
Produce.
The tone of the produce market was
about normal, the demand about
equaling the supply and the prices witness
remaining the same .as for the last
eouple of weeks. The wholesalers
paid ,10 cents wholesale for eggs and
a number of vendors supplied their
regular customers with hen fruit at 35
cents a dozen. Some good stock was
offered for sale. The supply of butter
was  a  little  shorter  than last   week.
ises. Section 7, referring to closing,
is so closely identified with other sections that the corporation is now in
a muddle, impossible to do anything.
Mr.  Frank   Higgins   apeared   for   the
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Montana Machinists Strike.
Butte, Mont., Aug. 2.���The refusal
of the 'mine owners of this city to
grant an increase of 50 cents a day
to the machinists employed at the
mines, was followed by tbe calling out
of the members of the machinists
union at midnight last night. The
men completed their night shifts.
Should the strike be of any great
duration it will result in the shutting
down of the mines, as the  result  of
; the wear and tear on the machinery
, without an.v repairs being marie. Abou;
I 200 men comprise the machinists'
union. The present wage scale of
$4.50 a  day Is the highest  scale paid
, any   member  of  iheir  craft,   similarly j
employed, in the state of Montana.
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The Bellingham Herald, in it recent,
issue, assures ihe' Xew Westminster
people of ii hearty reception on the
occasion of the citizens picnic to that
city on August 11.
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| Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM S  A. M.    TO    11  P. M. As Usual
Hotel Guests.
Guichon���E. G.  Burton    Mackenzie,
I Mrs.  E. (i.  Burton Mackenzie. Surrey
I Centre;  Miss Luke, Miss Spring, V.m-
! couver; Fred C. Moffatt, .Nelson; ,1.
Kelly, l.adner;  C. TrolUWitZ,  Paris;  .1.
1 Guichon, Port Guichon.
;     Windsor���A.   .1.   White.   Blaine;   F.I
It. inn!.ts, Chiiliwack;  C. G. Garrette,
New   York;   11.  Gruyelle,   Kelowna;   .i.i
' C.   Kingsley,   Portland;   J.  P. Clint in, \
Edmonton;   .1.  Hush.   Vancouver;  and
; the  members  of  the   Blaine  baseball
i team, Ouillette, McCurley, Falrley,
Gotchey, Bruelin, Merrill, Jones, St<i-
' vi nson,  Town-i'ii.I,  McElmon, and  G.
I A. Ellsperman.
I Colonial���S. R. Savage, O. Paulson,
Matsqui; O. Spidal, Camrose, Alberta; W, B. Wilder, Hall's Prairie; H.
Hornby, Mrs.   Hornby,    J.    Shannon,
i Cloverdale; C, J. Whiten, Wlnnipi %.
f/ili/isfer
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Clearance
Sale
Men's Suits
and
Furnishings
Come
Quickly!!
We have taken all our broken!
lines of Men's Suits and placed!
them by themselves, and now offer!
them to first comers for just
$8, $9 and
$10
Late callers will get no chance at them, for the Suits will sell on sight.
No old stock���all new spring styles.    In this lot are
Suits we have been selling all season for $12, $15 and $16
Just think what a bargain these Suits will be for the men who call early|
enough to get them.   Here is an unusual opportunity.
Boys' 3-piece Suits that sold for 5.50, 6.00, 6.50, 7.00, going at $3.25|j
Men's Felt Hats in gray and brown, worth 2.50, for $1.00
Men's White Shirts, 1.25 and 1.50; to clear at 75c
Several broken lines of Men's Colored Shirts, to clear at 50c
H. L DeBECK
THE   CLOTHIER
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   HANK  WITH
���������  The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS   OVER    -15,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Hank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
Northen
Pacific
Three
Transcont:inenla_|
Trains Daily
Travel nn the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED
Electric-lighted train.   Low Katd
Quick Time. Excellent Sen
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. P|
ANT) ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sail to all
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round
Rates   to   Southern   Calieorni
For full informtion call on or v.ni
0. E. LANG, General A
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B
A. D. CHARLTON
Port-in i
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,01.
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E. WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD, General  Managei
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Do you know that I carry in stock the
best Pianos made in the Domini on?
A GENERAL BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
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PIANOS-
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS, DOMIMOt,
NORDHEIMER.
ORGANS-
BELL, DOhERTY AND SHERLOCK MANNING.
TALKING MACHINES���
EDISON,   VICTOR AND COLUMBIA.
Over oooo Records to choose from. My store is the
place for you to visit when lonesome. Hear our latest
Monthly Records and you will take them hom" with
you if you have a Talking .Machine. If not let me sell
you on,.'. None need say he cannot jret a machine. My
new easy payment plan enables all to have a Talking
Machine;. I want to sell to every* family in this district. You will be surprised how eisj il ,vili he for you
to have a Piano, a Sewing Machine or a Talking Machine in your hous,..    REMEMBER THE PLACE-
/     /"/     TY")/")_D      NeW We!>ttninitet's   Muse   House,
J.    Fl.    IKJULfj     Rurr Blk, Col bia St.   Phone A278
i\ir.:nl for Singer and Wheeler ��t Wi!-, in'   S swing Machine.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every facility afforded  Farmers for  their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
cashed  or taken  for collection.
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada anei New ...midland, and   in   London,   England.
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available witl. eorresponeicnts In nil Darts of the
Worlel.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In siims of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cert,  per annum  (present rat&)  added
four time3 a year.
Total   Assets  over JlCS.OOO.noO.OO.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.      ,      G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
"The Milwauke*
"The   Pionr��r  Limited"   St.   Paul!
Chicago,   "Short   Line"  Oi.iaha
Chicago,   "South     West     Lim��l
Kansas City to Chicago
No   train*   in   tht   service   on
railroad   in   thc   world   thai   "l':'
equipment that ,ef the Chi,
waukee & St.   Paul  Railwaj
own   and  operate  their  own   -
and dining cars on alll their t'i "S
give   their   patrons   an   excellenc
���service not obtainable elsewhere
H. S. ROWE. Gencr,.' \g|
tl.t TVeirH  St.. ror  Alder   PeTti l__
Spokane falls & Northern Ry
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. fo
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route betweeJ!l
points east, west ami south to K.4
! land, Nelson and intermediate; \i']i\
I connecting at Spokane with the 'T
Northern, Northern PacMic and "
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with '��<���' .
Klian Pacific Railway for BouiHf
Creek points.
Connects  at    Meyers     Falls
<tage ^-jily for Republic.
Bullet   service   on   trains
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November
tgoi.
Leave Day Train
9.20 a.m Spokane  ���7'5
12.25 P-m Rossland ���������'4'��0]j
g.40 a.m Nelson . ��� ��� ��� ��� ��*�� 1
H. A. JACKSON. "
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A-'fl AUGUST  3,   1907.
THE DAILY NEWS.
w  1889,  Amend
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further   amena
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Lu��nseB:
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Cisf��"oWS
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Section
law
the
.Jaw 1889."
ii |] of the corpor-
\,w Westminster
���    the    "Liquor
���    is  hereby    re-
owing   substituted
of
cense for the sa
''".'sl��l! i'  -   :    "1 unless. in adit101*  ,', requirements and
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������_io��s
��� balf required by
requisition for the.
I''"   . ��� nse, signed by a
Ii"";" '.,-I electors resi-
rlliiD the ���' ���'"" in which are
W    tfae    . es    in   respect   tei
Kth the licei sought,    be   de-
*'���   ' jje cl ' ; acting clerk of
the time of deliv-
���ftcred i"
K corporal   n
F    llini tie pe lition mentioned in
r    ,. ���| ��� law, and he shall
KtW '
LpOD  '    ' ''"'   Same   t0   ""'
FjM    . nd  the  board shall
Ui��ud :" 8Ucn "cense, If
;. ..  majority of the
Lthm; - ' Public Interests
;;.'    ... .uie i that the pe-
jjl,ereto ded  for  shall  uol
C  any application for
I, .   , For the purpo i
.���,.,. "    Shall   he- llh'ille d
Aii, ���   ���""-
I v v: tl Ion of the city Iy.
ft.,esi t,f |] I He of 12th street.
\hj All th Ttlon of the city ly-
J., .,-���,. He of 12th strei t.
mid -'ii street.
j .i jn tl oi tion of the city ly-
ftjbetwetH the i Id lie ol Sth street,
EtheDiiiliii' ��� :'!; street, and a line
Bethel,' isterly boundary of
Ikjtren prod   ed    to  the    FraBi r
b All tl or tlon of the city ly-
tjetwcei. ��� : division, and the
Iria-'fc-.'        .Hilary    of    Queen's
��� Ing the Kiiei north-
of ���seii.i  park, pro-
|t;-: ti        ��� ��� thwesierly boundary
BtciO ' i trie Fraser  river,
���Uti certain parcel ol land on the
hjsid. e ol aid river inchi,lei witli -
Iklli ��� city.
i All tha ii it ion of the city not
���l) ia tl livisions hereinbefore
���kel
This     ...-A may be cited as the
1* i. ���    ���   Byl iw  1889, Amend-
l��),.l'e
in       ssed  in open    council
    , ��� July, 1907.
W. \   DUNCAN, City Clerk,
\\   H   KEARY, Mayor.
*ery STETSON Hat
Bears die Stetson Name
HE CAN'T DO IT!
The most critical, try as they may, can find
nothing to knock in the "
STETSON
We have the Stetson Soft and Derby Hats
in all the latest styles, in black soft
styles; also in new colors.
Prices
$4, $5 and $6
RAINMAKER HATFIELD
BREAKS UP CLOUDS
Moisture Controller Increases
Normal Rainfall in Sherman Co. by 250 Per Cent.
ONE OF THE
GREATEST DEMONSTRATIONS
IS NOW GOING ON OF
DURKUS SALID DRESSING
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
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25c. a bottle
$1.50 pcr Gallon
CRAKE! RYALL'S DRUG STORE 1
English Watchmaker
1 eWi   from   Geo.   Adams,   Grocer
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���������:.���: ��� 2*y*2r*y*i2*ib*i2***ib*; ���*:
from $12.75 up.
Watches,    open
pies'Gold Wai :bea
ptemei      silver
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]���""'>:���: ..t  Watches,   double
|W. 17,50    ;.
b'-i'- for . lebrated South Bend
I ed   to    the    Wellman
l:" All warranted.
��Wns, i.... lewelry, etc.. etc,
J:        ���        ag;     charges
In
reason-
J.HEINLEY
M     tacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
family Trade
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NEW
Specialty.
Office,  Eiglith   Street,
A      TMINSTER.   B.   C.
'-e"hHi^'';,i" ^stantly restores
C' ' ""was and finish of
Wi,,; .Picture Frames
fC��� Woodwork, Hardwood
oS'an,d,a1'polished, varnished
It r n 'rfaces.
lll|ng it t
renews     I redresses every-
Win.
i. Rev
amishing IS
3cratchei
CS   ,-beca
Pearl,''.'    dirt instantly disap-
��� diving a smooth/brilUant
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutactinets and Deaivrs in AU Kinds ot
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.   |
* New Westminster   j
Portland, Aug. 2.��� i hat one of the
finest yields of grain ever produced
In the history of Sherman county will
be harvested this year is due to the
operation eif Charles M. Hataeld, the
r.ainraalier, in the opinion of the farm-,
ers of Sherman county, who have con-
tracted for Hatfield's return next year.
Hatfield worked in Sherman county
from May 2S to July 2b of this year,
and the committee says he produced ,
a rainfall far surpassing the normal.
Hatfield wees al the Imperial hotel
Tuesday night on his way to his home
eet Los Angeles. H left Portland <m
the morning train. He says rain i.; not
produced ley the old methods of bom-
barding the sky, hut by a system of
chemical combinations and electrical
Influences which cause the moisture,
thai is in the atmosphere to be precipitated.
The normal   rainfall    in    Sherman
county during the period of the rain-
making operations   is a little    more
than half an inch.    Hatfield claims to!
have produced 2.2 inches, an increase j
; of 250 per cent, over the normal.
"1 gave five demonstrations in Sherman county and all of them were foi- I
; lowed by rainfall," said Hatfield.    "In
all   my   experiments,   extending    over
five years. 1 have made forty-eight de-1
monstrations,  and    never    failed    to
' bring rain.
"My contract with ihe Sherman
county people begins next year on
.May 1 and extends to July 10, a
longer period than this year's tests
covered. The normal rainfall for that
country from May 1 to July 10 is on,.;
inch. If 1 do not increase the rainfall I get nothing. If I increase it one
inch I get $1,000, and if I increase it
an inch and a half or more, making
the total rainfall 2 1-2 inches or more
while I am there, I get $1,500. This
year I received from AV. M. Barrett,
who own . a wheat farm in Gilliam
county, thirty miles from where I
made the tests, a draft for $50 for the
benefit  I had caused to his crops.
"This winter, beginning November
15, 1 will be at Crow's Landing. Cai.,
between Stockton and Fresno for the
third year. Their normal rainfall for
the past 10 years had been 5 inches
for the period of my tests. During
the first year I produced 12 inches of
rainfall, and last year it was 15
inches."
Financial considerations do not attract Hatfield, he says, his object al
preseni being to secure governmenl
; recognition of his process. He believes
that immense benefit would result to
I semi-arid districts all over the t'nited
j States from the use oi his method by
! the government.
When  asked  whether    he. believed
that his method  would supplant irri-
' gat ion   projects,   Mr.   Hatfield   said   it
i depended   largely on   the    conditions.
He said that  rain cannot lie produce,1
i where there is no moisture in the atmosphere,   and   says   the  best   rt:suits
are obtained where there is a certain
amount of rain, which Is Insufficient
for  agricultural   purposes.      In    such
places he can increase the precipitation, he says, enough to make agriculture practical.
By Miss Williams.
Receipe Book given away FREE, at
The Public Supply Stores
GEORGE ADAMS, Prop.
brighten;
your home
BY USING
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Canada paintc^
b.
BRYSON & SONS
Tel. 65
Hardware, Monarch Ranges
Agents for
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187 Columbia St.
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TIDE TABLE   Fraser River
NEW WESTMINSTER.
PURE GOODS ARE
CoWan's Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cake
Por  wei
|.;.:lin-:   AU{
Telephone 12.
Date
Momli
jjface.
����nrfiJifl!cf Is r'Ot a varnish, but
the old L [l^thatis absorbed by
the latter i -b-'-'^y restoring
' ' ' 'ta original bright-
���e -onlv
?fche
-only a
[ns'antiy.   lhianece88ary. Dries
���ftit1iR,,,",,> customer wi-ites
^��Ii2j! rt,M100 perbottie.
^.  ""'      ".ttlp.,at lOe.e-r.h
Sold (�����
T.J.TRAPP & C0.,Ltd.
^_ a u llg" T I N
Great Northern Railwa
ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
AND HtTURN
Move rate is from New
,.,.  , lte8 apply to Duluth
w      In, ton anel Oregon |
from New Westminstei
Seattle
D ���,���, sept, U, 12, L3 acct. Jamestowi
Return Limlt1%Nlnety nays.
minster;    $C0   trcm
We
ts iiii sale Aug. 8
Exposition.
Seattle,
rtionately low rates from
Rate to    Chicago;    $71.50
ii,.in  Spokane,  J71.50  from
,;;:;;;;';:"���, Omaha, Kansas City, St.
bonis, and
manj other <
TK1P TAKE THE
S'.ia lard ai
1'
The'
astern poii'
A COMFORTABLE
'ORIENTAL LIMITED"
lining cars and Combination
car on   the  a la carte
ML"
YERS,
lDd i"<n>s| Ble"pi '
���   tow*l ^U,);: Ser good tram
Tues laj
Wednes lay
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
High
Water
Time
s..Mi
�����2.l   i
10.00
22.40
11.20
23.15
12. bn
23.50
14.20
0.25
15. ".r.
1.05
10.50
I.  1907.
Low
Water
Time
4.(Hi
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5.00
16.56
COO
IT.Iel
7.25
17.45
8.20
18.30
fl. 20
19.45
10.10
21.05
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
e*>;s��.��.>_.$.*:.��.>..*>:>..����:>:.��^
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Monday  .
SANDHEADS.
High Water Low Water
BRIGHT   DAYS
SHOW   UP   THE   BARE   SPOTS ���
Call and Bee'our new lines of  FURNITURE.      The best of
wood.-,   the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,   ancl
the most reasonable of prices.
W. E. PALES.
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FURNITURE   EMPORIUM
716 and 71B Columbia St.     Four Floors.      Rear Extension, Front St.  >J
K. C.
NEW W
ESTMIN3TER,  B.  C.
W, A. 'tt-'
SS, AsbI
itant Gen*
tl Pass,
Agt., Seattle, Wash.
| Time |H'nht|Time
... 8.12 10.G   2.54
21.20 13.8 .14.22
Tuesday     9.21  10.1    3.49
21.59 13.8 15.10
Wednesday   . .   10.38    9.7    4.4.r.
22.36 12.7 10.00
Thursday    L2.08   9.6   6.40
2::. ll 12.2 16.63
Friday 13.48    9.9    6.83
23.47 11.7 17.5::
Saturday .... J.6.10 L0.6   7.21
  19.16
Sunday   ..   . .    0.26 11.3   8.11
18.10 li ;: 2o.;;;;
lit.
6.6
3.1
5.1)
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5.2
0.1
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7.5
4.1
9, I
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Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
:,���l,-.i-,,"ir-,."lt"ix'-n���i,���it"i\-'ii-'ii "i\- -..-���(,��� W"
The Schaake Machine Works, I^td.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
���pi THE  DAILY  NEWS.
8ATURD.M
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Dally News  Pub-
��hiiig    Company    Limited,   at    their
ffloes,   corner   of   Sixth  and   Fronl
���troets. -N'ew Westminster, 13. 0.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
Pure as tunthine���not the
faintest suggestion of anything but
Salt���clean, delicate-tasting. Tliat's
WINDSOR SALT.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
oents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
the Inch. Five cents per line for
Subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, hold face type, 20
cents i>er line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, feOc. Wants, for Bales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
Night Office    B22
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SATURDAY,   AUGUST  3,   1907.
THE ORIENTAL PROBLEM.
The' i lection which Is to be held today in Vancouver bas broughl up a
polnl in connection with ihe .iction
of our governmenl in the' matter of
preventing the free incoming of Japanese, which should iie cleared up,
Everyone knows that certain classes
in British Columbia are in favor oi'
tin. unrestricted Immigration of Orientals. Thir. is nol because they like
Orientals; it is not because tbey a.i-
mire those Japanese statesmen anl
soldiers ami scholars who bave drawn
to themselves the' eyes or the world;
it is neet because they are superior to
all racial prejudice; it is simply because they want cheap servants andl
workmen. The sympathies of the McBrlde government are entirely with
then class rn' people. That government
is. to borrow the' language ot' the Labor party, entirely a capitalistic e in-
cern.
It is therefore not at all surprising
'hal this capitalistic governmenl
should have backed down on the Oriental Immigration question. To make
.a demand for the' preventing of this'
immigration by passing ;i "Natal" act
everj session was nut, perhaps, a very
vigorous policy, lent ii was better than
nothing, and it appears to have been
too vigorous for the taste', or the Interest. .��!' th,. MeBrl I,, government,
Therefore, they dropped it. But, last
session, Me-. Bowser took th,' matter
"!'��� ''���" ablj i.e' was looking forwar i
1,1 l!i" -v. ��� which takes place today,
nml wlshe 1 to cultivate uo.>; relation
on this polnl with the large majority
ol peo who ai',. ,. ip .���.] ���,, oriental
' '"''   ' n"'A comes it. then, that
' ' '"'     '    ne  legislature  prohibiting
th'�� I'        i   'ion was put on the stat-
������ '   Tiie: Is jusi Mi,, polnl
R'h,ph ���'���      ':: ioned .������ the outset, em.:
fbi.'ii v..  wish :,, s     , loared up.   Th,
''���'   - :i' '���  conn    Ini     force .   would
'' ll,btl   s  have  '.,',-a  disallowed;   Mr
r)'-'-n'-'  Iain's   irders   Issued whi a
""ls C :��� nial  Se   el n ,   -,   m still  i i
rule it; ���   ���   mai        bul   lisa
mighl  I een del      I���the ba
mi��hl   '' '.    ' ���   Slill,   ��� ,,. ;   -,
'��� ���'" ���  '���' :- -   '.   :    anese i
les ml       bave     ^n turned      i
' ��� . :'      ^s we   all
fnovr,   the    ] ., ;
:        ill, aud
"��� ' ��� emaim ad
bi coming an act,
Is,   wl
The neral
kiiat. wi
i   ��� - I be
of pn i        ���      .
e Natal
51    -
at!  ::       .'    ��� ...      it  the  blai
1 thority of a gentleman connected with
the department
chiiliwack. a graded school   and ;i
j high school, passes up its scholars on
the rural examination, Comox, a rural
, school,   has  to  pass   up   Its   scholars
on  the urban set of questions, except
_ -_ , drawing.
Urban and Rural. Unfair,   oh!   no,  the  education   de-j
Te> the Editor of the Daily News,       Partment  would never   do   anything
sir:    The colonist''., attempted <-x-,|h:it is unfail'
plana:ion. on  the authority of a gen-.     The  Colonist,   on   Ihe   authority   of
tletnan connected with the department, I that gentleman connected    with    thej
puts   the  department  deeper    in   the e education department,  has  placed the
hole. j department   In   a    llfficult     situation, j
Any person with a grain of common
sense can se*' lhat to examine pupils
lu Aldergrove1 In April or May and
then use those same examination questions at Chiiliwack in June Is lm-
proper; yet that is the way the ed- \
ucation department does, lt examines1
the pupils on the same questions at
the various centre's eit different dates.
It Is silly for that gentleman to say __ _
"<\ll  papers al  the concluslbn of an     ���..,,, ,-,,.,,.       ,,. . , ���
'   ' :     The  tollowingoffici.il returns  from
examination ate. collected and return- , ,,,,.   ,,,,,,   _.        . .,
tne   University of Toronto gi.es  the
i'el  to  the department."      Like    I he '_���,������ ���.��� ,.,,.,. ,,
1 names ot Columbian college students
ostrich Btlcklng its head Into the sand,  ���.i,,.  ���,.,     ,  .,   .
who have passed then- matrlcu ation
it   forgets   that   the    children    have exams successfully:
memories, and after puzzling over the
questions in the    examination    room,]
tiie.', eio not easily forge' them.
GOLD
Fu
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of
BROOCHES
WATCHES             \
CHATELAIN3
CUFF BUTTONS
CHAINS
FOBS
CUFF LINKS
LORGNETTE*
UMBRELLAS
SAFETY  PINS
LOCKETS
TRINKETS
Pie
ase help
the
snh
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ur
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fair
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SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS.
j Columbian   College   Candidates    Pass
Examinations  Creditably.
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith     Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
ui in.'
Se .ond Ye._r.
Howard   DeBeck  passed  In
two subjects.
Tiie" main purpose of thes.. examina-      orie  C.  Finch   passed    In  all   bul
tions   should  in'   te>   (ind   oul   which'two subjects
pupils are fit io continue their educa- i _.   .  ,.
���      ���   ,i    , ��� ,      e     ,      ,     , Flrst Year-
tion in the ln^lt schools.    Is there anv       ...       ,,    ���  , . ,
.Miss  m.   Robertson    passed    with
other  educational   department   in  the  ...   ,    ,       , . ,
. .       ,      first  class honors    in    modern  lang-
wuie world  th.it    considers    it    the , , .
, uages, taking an average standing of
proper  thing t i  educal i   pupils   who
; '   ' over 11  per cent,
have' been  promoted on em easv ex-
. , , Miss Iv Pentium! obtained a stand-
aiuinatioii   together  with  those   who  .        ,.  ,.     ., ,    ,
ing   ol    lourth    In     the    second   class
have been promoted at the same time   ,,   ,  ,    ,.  .    ..
honor   list   tor   general   proticiencv.
eui a difterent examination?   lt would
ruin  the high schools.    Will anv  per-       Mi-ss F' Iimv,'!1 Passed    in    :l11 su'1-
son believe it possible to continue the Jects ^cept mathematics.
education of those two   classes    to-      Mlss "��� Glllanders passed    In   all
gether without  injury to either? subjects except  English.
Our education department seems to      A' C' Po"m1'    Passed    in    English,
think  it  all right, and  so passes up French' reliSlous knowledge, biology.
pupils    ime)    the  high  schools    from Junior  Matriculation,
rural examination centres on an easy -N C. Kenny and Miss I. M. Toop
examination and from urban centres passed with splendid marks In all
on a  difficult one!    Mark  well   the subjects.
reason given: "The city scholars have The following will take supple-
additional advantages and it would be mental examinations In September,
unfair to exact the same test from the chiefly because they did not write on
two." . the subjects In June, choosing rather
A ca.-c of Satan reproving sin. l'n-!l0 ,a'<0 ,,u' examinations on these in
(air! yes it would ce unfair. All September: Miss E. M. Crake. Miss
right. Enderby Is a city and passes ' P. 0. Karl. Miss I). V. Frith. Miss H.
up Its scholars on the rural examina- ' Kergin, Mr. I.. \V. Kergin, Miss M,
tlon. Armstrong is nol a city and has'Kirkland, J. S. Robson, SV. F. .Shaw.
to pass its scholars through the ur-'M. I.. Smith. A. li. White, G, B.
ban examination!    Unfair! on the' an-   White, 11.  D. Rugg,
opera:��� house T(j[R[ ARE ONLY A (P
IRVING  BEERS, Mgr.
Engagement Extraordinary!
WEEK STARTING
LETT OF THE
*^m,Tir> & ir    a _- .30 acres ��^ 'eve' ^n'^ w^ ^20 foot waterfrontage, on
MONDAY, Aug. 5 1 mile from the bridge, on the Great Northern Railway!
RAY
BRANDON'S
PLAYERS
Price, $8 per foot
ON EASY TERMS.
MONDAY  NIGHT
Down..." Farm
Summer Prices:     15c, 25c. 35c.
Matinee on  Saturday:     15c. 25c.
We Eat to Live
. .       ���
But tit the same time it  ia neces-     ���
sary to know what we are eating.    ,���
At KENNY'S Cafe 1
Veen can rely upon (lotting: the
Best of EVERYTHING.
RIGHT THIS WAY
EVERYBODY
FOR THE BEST SHOES
For the Balance
of the Week Our
Hale &  Lane
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY]
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Phone   335 P. O. Bov 2���
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:.    LOTS    .:.
on   6th  St. car line        -       -        -       $300 each
Corner lots 9th St. bet. 3rd & 4th Ac. 500    "
Inside lots between 3rd & 4th Av. 400
Lot on Agnes street 66x132 -        -       $1000
Several of these lots near th". Vancouver car line
$175 each,   $25 cash,  ba'ance $10 per month.
Better terms if you ta   ; more t' un cr.e.
jt. r_C_t_.J3!_/��!/>_!) Estau
Sale of
LADIES' and GENTS'
FORDS
% 270 Columbia St.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Phone 307 M__
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S_h��Wik!Hra*��CTIIE��Vi7*iV3
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hat I
\ a  thai Mr
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. ���:.  .    all
S but I be
���v   ��� "i it"    In th
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l    iim le   th ���   bill
��� than n ��� r
���  Ori ition.    Our
m   :-   thai   the   bill   wenl
a -   -��� - ��tthoiil corree��
b    . i rror," and that
i: assent  was refuse i em ac
count       he  existi nce of  his error In
B,\    B h   ::.   ::   W .1 ���    dl -eeie er-
i i    ���������' now.     If His Honor
disi ive  ��� i  it  an 1 >.n e i  the countrj
: ��� ��� ising I ' allow the
���   . the statute book in th il
f irm, -��� i res thanks.   If the gov -
, liscovi  ed" it. the question
a- - - iii.i It not have tli.
���|\u minutes would have
p it the amendment through the
H   is
The . ilnt as we hare said, Bhould
be cleared up Oriental Immigration
Is ,i \. 91: lo is matter, and people
�� int to know exactly how all their
*enl .lives, of all ranks. Btand on
the question.
WILL CONTINUE. We have placed on tables all the lines we
are offering, and on every pair we have cut the price almost in
two. It will pay you to investigate. HERE'S A SAMPLE
OF WHAT WE ARE DOING :
Men's Black Vici, Goodyear Welt Oxfords, $4.50 lines for $3.00
Russia Calf and Chocolate Kid Oxfords. $5.00 lines for  3.75
Box Calf and I longola Oxfords, regular $2.50 lines for  1.75
Ladies' Patent Leather Oxfords, our $4.50 kind for  2.75
Black Vici Kid and Chocolate Oxfords, our 82.75 kind for     1.95
Goodyear Welt Oxfords, our best makes of 84.50 Shoes, for ��� 2.75
See the assortment of Ladies' Oxfords which we are selling for $1.00 a pair
DON'T OVERLOOK THIS GREAT
SHOE EVENT!
A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near Ith street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
Price $1800,   favorable terms
run.
DOMINION TRUST COMPAN!
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and IXSURAN
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE
HOUSE, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Ladies, Wi
$15 O!" $A
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO.. Ebtirne.
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, 515; second. ""'���''. ''���'���'
the best loaf of bread exhibit .! at the forthcoi . ng Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee need i all il is necessary o that Lhe
bread be marie with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Wettmlnrter. Telephone 333. #y
AUGUST
1907.
.���:.���=���<'=������    ������*    ���*    -.+
'THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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[f/,e Cas/i
't 0; t.>
llf Millinery St
ore
iieing occupied during thia month by Tim.,
(Mford,   the  jeweler,  the  millinery   un. ;
0 occupy   a   portion of tht Ready-to
jj/gfl. Department at the ma o  the main
.tore, where the sale of the balance ol  thi
mW ^ock will be continued
m are   offering    wonderful    BA ('CAINS   IN
\0ftiC   MILLINERY during  thi next feu days
i^ble, Trimmed und Read; -to-Weai
jggulai  "- ���:>|1 und $3.25.     Choici 50<
fotherlo      to $5.00, goat $2.00
2; Napoleon Hats g   i 25<
a   7    and 50c White Duck Turn.- al
  '->.'-i: and 10c <
Ijiiare!".'.-        med Flops, $2.50 line: Por ..  ,$1.2i
Come Early For These Snaps:
I-. Bu      - aits (all new stock), $1.50 for..
Ij^AY;     I   'uses, all sizes, white and color-
i; $] 50 for  95<
|jj'Ws '  Dresses, all sizes,  white an.:
" -    L.5   for	
|" , only a few lefl froi   : h< $2 ">: i
here they go, all one price now
| :��� Linen Skirts,  cu:   ven   wide and
tailore I and elaborately finished
lace insertion; won!  $7.50 and
I ' lice now      $2.7;
��
uses, usual $1,00; sal<  pric<
:    $1.50; sal<  price
te Pique Coats up to 2.25 j r    $1.25
Sale of Colored Underskirts
i' -           :irts, assorl          rs and   iialities,
��� sample Iim I 50 in tho 1 :.
de now	
STORE   CLOSES    VI     5    P.M.
IT. H. SMITH
267 and 271 Columbia Street, M Westminster,
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CITY NEWS
.���-^~*ff+.....        ���      "-*>!
"   '    sacks,���
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arrive this I
i indtse    ee'
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.. e I yes-
������   th   tram office.
3am     e    ipply-
'   ���    i    i;   tickei office.
i est el i.e..  af-
���   ���' enjoj    liis
He     expect    te pul   in most
off tlm<                 . i.    sville,
'    ��� ���     of    Sapperton,
ires nt< I    he-M
In      11 e    hoy.
e ire both e oing well.
school  <>i
II��� ���  i Us    ��� lurch  en-
��� ���-.'���������    ������ i    lasi
this cl      i    " I    and
o'clocl
:-      laundr    soap        iar 25c,
K ��� ���        Good    Chee      Sl ire,    !���'' ml
Str *** |
M a    K,   MoGowa       i   Seattle,    ls i
.!     i fev   lays In the cit.   the
guesi of friends
1 ���  i      M  \i irtta, deputy sheriff, lias
ee''��� inre-.i   ��� i  leave about  nexi   Wed- |
nesdaj   fo    Mei     ��� i ���    where he will
! '     d  his holiele ���-
r ii   Kennel club will hold ee meet-
lug in the board   i   trade room    on
M     lay nt^xi. al 8 p. m    \v. members
������ i   to   ie preseni
���"������   ill kind i ol cu   flov ers and pot-
' '     ; ints   - ly, the florist,
Reichenbach who mei with a
-������    ���    i- cidenl Ihrough th   boltiug of
���"��������� " SI ' .treel is rapidly
���'��� ,,;'i     wel     i ��� ilu   and   Is   expecte
> ible   ������   gi     ������������..   ��� ��� ��� >   within
days
Hani   Goi lon and i     \   Bou n<
shortly  torn        pa tnershl]    fo
���"' -'";'   o      ���  ��� Ing    on  a   rea
h    ���      cure ���     offi ���"-   on    McKenzie
i.      .'.  -��� .   en     ai
Hoods
in ,e       thi    ' busines     li    hi      cl
Stores
intern   n i  In    n   stroni   bid foi
P i ill    '    o onl      the
. ���  .     lass n      od    ii lling al
ANNTK MILLiHR
al   the   <i :   House    Mondaj
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
'WANTED    ' '���    reSs    apply    K"nny's
restan "an tf
���,    ;*.       WANTED     I to   work   ���!'
||JH '���       ���   - ��   ply ni works. i
WANTED���Position in ronl estial
��� ��� tier.    Apply   V   (',.
P. O. '��� ���    69
found   Colli      log    (young i       'th
Vancouvi ���    fasl   i id   tb
��� illar.    Ownei   can have'  sani"  bj
payfttg expenses, Box (���  Dally N   ���
LOST -J , ��� ;i      Br wch   betwei i   '
ton hotel and  tram  office.    Fin
please   return to  Lytton  h I
receive.' reward.
WANTED���A clerk   in a law   ofl i
must have- had experience In bi
nesa  preferablj legal business    ,vi
eiross.  statin      ilar    ex ie        and
i_jl%-tn^   references.     D,    s.     '���   I
N'ews office, New Westmin
wanted   H.   middle  age I    	
Englishman, occupation In <-i
tlon   .   ������"���     with buslnes    abi'.'
moderate salary, nlgl I
New Westmin itei o  Vancou    ���   B
ply Box  A. Dailj  News
G-romed house on Eighth streel  b
tween Third and Fourth avenue, i
���'"��� ���'   and  papered,  to  b<   sol i
 liately, a bargain al  $1500, half
Vpplj   McQuarrie & Co., "  n
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XXERWAREJ
We kave just opened up a crate ol
"Arcadia" and Yed<Ts stock patterns.
H you require any to complete your
���-tt. or want a new one, now is the
time.
l^-o line ���f GLASSWARE
just received.
ADAMS y DEANS
tlLL MORE BARGAINS IN
Ladies' and Children's
Rcady-to-Wear Goods
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on which tl i i'      " i"'1" ' Ai"
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. toi   Is goln ���
, . ,:| prices ' ' the beBl lad   '!'i
,,., ���!,,, the Fun this evening sh ��� ild
���   mi furious,
T, li. Lennii       u n   : t on   Victoria
esterda    i I ��� h   h ���   I    ip ������ din
ori vacation, the gues o 'iiv
hro hei In I iv. While In Victor! he
- mj thi solo al Sl Fohi '��� c lurch,
liis singing being mucu appreciated
Threi   hundrei     cr    ; md  -; nal
..   nes    e Hove  lale.  which   formed  a
he  Shannoi   f   ���"���   w is sold
���"-��������� da    fo   th    mh  o   $1 10. the
lane   "iis purchase '���'    Sullivan, a
wel   knowi   ",; Imai   o    Surrej.
A meeting o' the Wom n '   V! Is don-
.!,.���..     oi   i..   '.'.'..j- y, ������ yr. \. .
church will hoM a waterm don social
'��� Vlonda ��� ��� ening \ugusi B, m 7 p.
m. oi   Mood] ' ' ���   " oceedi
ol   the social will  be donated  In  aid
o    hi  missioi       fund.   \ general in-
loi   has   b   'i  ey '��������� I
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��� ood of the B. i "     at Sap-
in yesterda                i   and   eve-
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i he casi     ���       ie view thn
registi    wa
the tv ���   "   i    can
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deavor  union \     I   this   ��� i-     *;"
over to Vai    iu i M on I    li
purpose "'   -"��� m ling a  tn i is nu   ,;
to be  ii Id In the tn ���   Mounl Pit
church, �� hen reports from the different delegates v h i attended the mon-
ster C   E   c mvi ntlafi al  S le will
he recelvi d    I'he i bui clu - '.vie1' !e      ]
aend representatives from this ell fai ���
si.    Andrew _    Pi   - ij tei lan,     K	
Presbyiei;""   C n's a venue' Meth i
dist, w   sl End M ithodlat, aad the St,
Paul's Reform 11 Bplecopal.
Harvesting in Water.
Yankton, S. D., A.ug, 2���lllarvestli
in or under unprecedented conditio!
Grain ls being cul  by lumel In many
places.   Ii is ready fdr cutting, bul il
stands   In   water,  harvestihg   actu
going forward here and 'b>--,- ',. boa
Britain   Improves   Navy.
London, Aug. 2 - Vs a resiull of ex-
plosiohs  on   warships or  various navies  m; the  world  attributed   tb  the]
overheating ol  magazines, the British
admiraltj    has    decided to equi]   the
magazines Of 'ell ships in the British
with  refrigerating machinei
ke'e'je down ib" temperalure   thi to
cosl ol the ii      ,:'  I���"   of -b-    levlce
Is estimated i    t: '0 ��� 100,
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY W. furnish help nf all kinds, fnrni, bush,
saw mill, railroad labor, hotel help,
etc., etc. mule or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Employment Vg :y
506 CtirabYa Setreel wesi Vancouver.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively in timber. Kave large and smni.
tracts "ie water. Tf you wish t<
!my nr sell, see me. Sl. R. Chan 11 : ���
107   Hastings St . Vancouver, B.C.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Victoria,   \      2     El   I   I lu 'de    h I
news editor of ih" Colonist, lefl  last
evening   tor Alberni,  where    tn    tl
course of a w iel   or ,;,e he will   11  -
the Issue of    weeklj paper to be i a
ed ibe Alberni    Pioneer    News.   On
Wednesday  e\*ening   M w
pleasant Ij   en  alned    al   I hi     v
England   '������ ni  by a  few of his
li     iati   ! eenda, v. bo ��� s tendi
-V       .,-,      hi
his ri"\\ Held
KYLE'S
Good Cheer Store
SELLS THE BEST GOODS
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
We are located at
From $3
CABINETS
1 255 Promt St
^ TELEPHONE 276
L
anrl an pn \nreri to supply you
with
Royal Studio
(Under entirely new manai   i
GROCERIES
BOOTS AND SHOES
DRY GOODS
GENTS'
FURNISHINGS
Etc.    Etc.,   Etc.
CUNNINGHAM BLOCK
last day! Kyle & Son
Fun! Fun!
- ON -
STEVENS'
Merry-Go ~ Round
<   ..:, >��� 0f Eighth   51 eel
and A""
I /VblES! Di ������ ��� '��� "" ' SATl I 1'A \
I'M N'I NO.
CASH PRI.'!- - offeri I    ��� th   i"    I
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W. Ni Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westmlntter. B.C.
H. STEW ARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
tivcwmw
THf:. WHITE HOUSE
���I.BIBKH,   -   275 Columbia Street
u  ,. ,, of  the   T.  .1. Trapp
,:,,, ,      I   i'ii; Mervine, oil	
rhurs.l        m irning    While
lng about thi    ��� i    ''��� ��� ise   ��rhleh
m hia life.    While ! i i
tfor   Bhaft   to Bee
,  ,.    fas  located, the
el wn  nnd  sn [<
,      ,f the hefti}. causing
se    In sofne tnlracnl in i
M   .... ts    Btoptied, .in l  Mr.
'    -.i hit i/Tilons pOBl-
...   i io {he ttoyal Col-
. ; ei. where   thd   woitti I
I    The Injured  man  waefl
m6   utter   having   hfS
ie a to, but ll win lie b ime
.    .,���   ,. ,.. . Wlll  b ��� hlmsMf n-rnln.
ir there are any tickets for the i Iii
sen's picnic lefl after Monday evening
rn  '  the committee having in "bn:-.
arrangements  fur the  popular  ere
will in' ;i Surprised bufach.   The -nte--
esl which iiif excursion is awakontn ���
is phenomenal, aad there   is   ererv
prospects  that  ttcketS  will  be selling
af a prfemium before fhe end of nexl
i Wecl<.   The steami r Princess Beatrh
which win take the Crowd to Belling-
; ham, Uas a lie snae authorlltlng '���
carry only 400  lassengirs, and n l
person more wlll  I 'Bul
luimii'i'.i toe i; ��� been :���������:���,   I,
1 anel  when  thi ' I,  tho  v.    '
will  close.
Read This!!
WE will have ready for occupation a
very nice HOUSE of six rooms in the
East End in about two weeks. This place
has all modern improvements and is entirely
new. The workmen are still on the premises.
First come, first served, at $2300, on terms
McLEOD, MARK &  CO.
'The Farm Land Specialists,'
New Westminster i
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CHURCH
SERVICES
Holy Trinity cathedral, Kev.A. Shil-
ilrick, rector. Holy Communion, 8 a.m;
Maiins. sermon and holy communion;
11 a.m.. evensong and sermon, at 7
p. m.; S. S., 2:30 p. m. Catheoism la��t
Sunday in month in church. Evensong
.���unl sermon by rector, 7 p. m ; daily
service at 9:_!0 a.m. and 3 p.m. excepi
cn Friday, when Evensong is said at
~:22. Holy Communion every Thursday and saint's day at S a.m.. Choii :
I���r.'ictice on Friday after Evensong.       |
St. Barnabas���B��V. C. W. Houghton
rector���Morning prayer and holy communion ll a. in.: evening prayer, 7
p. m.; Bible class. 2 p. m.; Sunday
school, :: p. m.: bafptisms after Sunday
school.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATLr ���_ .
3
New Stock Patterns
DINNERWARf
JUST OPENED
Valuable Prop
'"'JGUsT;
���AT-
All over the city for sale on easy terms.       Acreage on the
proposed B. C. E. R. route to Chiiliwack.       Lots on th.
proposed new route to Vancouver.       Houses in ever
district.        Farms throughout the Fraser River valley
St. Peuii's Reformed Episcopal
church���Rev. A. de B. Owen, rector.
Divine worship Sunday. 11 a.m. and
7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m. I
Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7:30
p. ni.   All are welcome.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
I
Also, a lot e.f lovely things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding gifts.
^______...���l    ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
oiiv.t na,, ist church-Rev. m. l. OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
Rugg,  D.D.,    pastor.     Preaching   on  ssFINEST  AND   FASTEST=
Sunday at 11 a.m.. and at 7 p.m.: Sun
day school and bible classes at 2:30
p in.; Voung Peoples meeting
Monday evening at 8 p.m.; Midweek
tag at S p. id.: morning, "What God
bath wrought. A reporl of the Baptist convention at Summerland;" evening, "Universal Atonement." The
evening sermon will he followed by the
"Ordinance of the  Lord's Supper."
Queen's Avenue Methodist���Rev. W. I
H. Barraclough. B.A., pastor. Services
at 11 a.m. aad 7 p.m.;  Sunday school
2:30
EMPRESSES-
I
Two acres in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $26, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
120 acres, E 1-4. section 25, township D, Maple Ridge. 1 barn 7".x7^ ft..
.1 barn 3iv\70 ft.. O-rooin he".is<-, all
nearly new; 70 acres cleared. 50 acres
under cultivation; balance as jeasture,
easily   cleared. 2 acres   of   orchard;
Ii good rich  bottom land;   2 good wells
and creek: $100 per acre; $-f/��i0 cash,
j balance easy.
w
One acre, corner of
Ankland and I ltd Street
and Royal Avenue
$2,500
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, com-'    House 30s42' 4ih    St ��� between 4th
prising some of the finest residential  an<3 5th Ave��� >2 sinS!e and : (,ouble
sites in  the city for sale exclusively   bedrooms    upstairs,    and   bath room
by us.    This  magnificent  property is   d���'11 stairs; parlor, dining room, know   rates     from     the  situated on the comers of F'jurth ave-   c'hen ;1D<1 pantry.   Full sized lot run-
Reservations   made   nue,    First    street    (facing    Queen's '��� ning back to Ash  St.    Price $3,800:
JBOOO I EMPRtSti OF  BRITAIN (14,600
H. Peeri EMPRESS OF IRELAND /     TON*
Particularly
Old   Country.
P.    m.
here for all sailings. ^^^^^^^^_
Empress of Britain    July 26th.
For  particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
,,       ^.....m iei    (IS I
��� _ h,v LJ 2 Transcontinental Trains 2
������� ������ ' DAILY
Excursion   rates  to  all  points  East
'July   ord,   4th   and   ath:    August Sth,
Sth and 10th.    Tickets good for three
months.
anil    Bible    Class    at
West End Methodist���Rev. Mr. Magee. pastor.    Services, 11 am. and 7
p.m.; Sunday schoo] 2:;in p.m.;  morn-,
ing   subject.  "The    supernatural     in j
Christianity:"  evening,   "Character as!
a moral force.'
Sapperton    Method!
Thomas, pastor.    Sunday services, 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30
p.m.; Kpworth League, Monday, s p.m.
evening service.
St. Andrew's  Presbyterian���Rev.  ,7.
S.   Henderson,   pastor.     Sunday  services   Ila.tu.  and 7 p.m.:Sunday school
and     Bible      Classes,    2:30    p.     m. J
Rev.   Mr.   Peacock,  of  Central  Park | ���
will preach morning' and evening.
W-est Presbyterian���T.e\. T. Ward
law Taylor, M.A., Ph.D.. minister
Services il a.m. aud 7 p. m.; Sunday
se hoo] lu a. ni.;  prayer meeting Wrd-] ^^^^^^^^���
ii- sday at S p. m. PL* I       J
Knox  church.  Sapperton���Rev.    D.' vDlCflgO, LOIKIOn,
McKenzie, B.A., pastor.    Services, ll
em. and  7 p.m.;   Sunday school and  ^^^^
Bii :������   class,   2:30   p.m.;   meeting  ot   ���_ 1    /%      I
V   P.  S  C   B.  immediately  after the   MOIltr���cll,   QUCUCC,
��� .e ning service. ���
Blue Mountain School House, North '
road-���Service at 2, v. m.
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 3;i.\120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue anl
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $45C;
five lots, $400. Cai] at our office oni
Front street" and inspect plans.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,'
north side between First and Second ;
streets,  No.  5,  fi  and   7.    Price  $400
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 jeer year
at 7 per cent.
2*�� storey house, 10 rooms, also
I modern improvements; lot 66x132;
Jane at back; part of lot set out with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance fi and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1  lot  No. 24  cn  13th.  street  south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 casb.
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between  7:h and  Sth avenues.
1 fall size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, 55^x166, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
Ifron^T^ "ic*
| chicken bam , , ; ���     --
�� kinds.    price $3,000    ���        !8f
1 cash, balance erms ��
��T cnn -   !im'-
$3,500,    subject    to     .0
:       lease.   lFln<  re, ^ ^
Ii    2nd   Street.  com��.   .
f      f30,00Permonth--secan,
'      tended  if Purchaser 80 de3,r(3
good paying invest' ent.   Te
be arranged.
No.   310.-
|    Double     eneme,       ,U8e 4
1st and 2nd St.:   ;
eash half and half .
Rents for $10 each I
1  #^ acres % section . :   ���.  ���    I
of rn. 4 about 8 in .��
���'worth  road.  Sun
l a storey house, 3 1
j-b.ick    1%   acres  cleared andf
__^_^_^_^_^__^
9-roomed   House   and   bath'���,n_SJnIle  from   shingle mil!
u   ���ie   V,:!��%"  le����� haIf cash, taia!
room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   *i   cash, ni'omhV at' y  %
balance 3 and C months at 7
Pull sized lot No.  12 on Roy
j_^_M and  8th   St.    Price $.1050,   hi.
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   bath  balance at 7 <:'< per annum
room,  Agnes  St.     Price $2,500;   ft      Westerly 4, 11  of I I, Sub. B
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,   1132x132 corner 10" feel Bquir
houses drawing $28 per mon'li
Block 12 on 12th St., east side;  10,$5,000, half cash, balan
lots Nos. Sl to S6 and 95, 05 faces   full sized lots.    Price $2,500, one-third   months.
eash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months 160 S.E.   % of Section 26, D
.    1'J acres,partly clear.',!;   Kaiiak;
__..,.��� -  - �� '-u^Vi email      House corner or    7th St.   and  4:h   running through: good I
...       .     , .   ," ~ Zw If��� w��.   house,   chicken    house,    170    choice  Ave.;  9 rooms;  2 full sized lots. 66s  ���i.     -   ���������
llton street between Sixth and Eighth     , ' ,����. ���
st reel c-   too.-
each cr $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of Ham-
..-��   vv,   .-v   idO"6
j on Sth  avenue, next  to Gunns ranch,
14 lots cleared without a stump; small
U.         -���'  -    *
streets;  $22c
...a , ��� u i     . .. '     1  1-2   house, C
1'jO acres less right of way about S
rooms    and     flush
      ...     _��|iijies.  jiears
plums.    Price $4,000, $2,000 cash,
ance on time at 7 '',.
bal
ED. GOUL.KT,
O. P. k. Agent.
New Westminster.
..,.,.., ������  ���   ��������� ������������������.  - ;ui. sizea iots, ees nortij -ot  webster^'oorne
chickens; horse and rie; $1500 cash,  'i"1    orchard   of   apples, pears and  mil. and P.0. a) the w,.
r,1nn,c     "-'-"      ��� ber worth $7 per acre: cedar
4 miles from Port Haney,
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, ta:,
ranged. .
S.-W.  Sub. Township   1.1; I
railway   runs  alongside; . f
Gran^TrunkJ^
Excellent Train Service Between
ago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
eai, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
acres for railway; "2: acreTstumped" Icloset on 4th avenw' 0De ,ot from 2nd r> I0'8 ^orDer 0f)st,reoet be'ww,D *��
, 15 acres roughly- cleared and fenced;   ���** on south side; fruit trees. Price ����l ** Ave. (on ^81^.^1
1 1-2 story bouse 18x28, lean too 14x28  *1900'> U2 casn. terms for balance at ^ ha|f cash.     A ^endid   oppor-ISari' Price ilTpeTacro; terms
and lean  too 16x22;   barn  30x32 anl   " r'er cent-    size of lot 55x165. tunity for investment.                               <':'sh, balance in three eijual ;    me
lean  too 32x14;   granary  10x10;  two  $350 cash, balance on easy terms. ,���,���.., ���..���,,,:,.  UlK.  ri.f.H     1 acre clay, house on tram lia
���                                                                 ^��� More exclusive  properties  just  listed  Jovce stat)on;  ,,artlv cIeare
with us for sale.  2   -
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 05 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000: $2U(i0 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Ful] sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house; $1500.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11  0f 3. Price
across front  facing tram
$500 for three or $175 eacVY''V-^h   ���if 5' ��','X)Site    Knox church, 8ap-i.,n/," --- ,   ,
balance 6 months at 7 Jr cent ^tlfnee^50,,^,"mhi;l Stree< ^   �� ^ ^^ ���B
';. acre between Queen's and 3rd
Ave. on west side of 10th; Xo. 5 and
6, Blocb 4S; 132x165 feet; ali cleared
and fenced. Price $1050; $550 cash,
balance in fi months.
Two lots, block 34, lot 0. $1000 each.
3 lots south side of sixth Avenue;
very light clearing; 60x115% feet ou
Sub. Block 10.    $1050 cash.
4 lots on Fifth Street. 11, 12, 13, 14,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 each, half
cash, balance 6 months at 7 %.
One acre in block 9,
tween  18th and 16th
on 8th Ave.    Price $7
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
NOW. THEN. WHAT DO
Salvation Army-s^es as usual; And a!1 ^ principal business centers or T, ^^ "^ ���AN ���'S?
;':  ';'" A''<��y hall. '""'���ONTARIO, QUEBEC nnd  tVei.Ri     ,    % "^ ��f Ule best Bo11' 10 "res
Sl   IVv''- Cathedral fRoman Cath TIME PROVINCES    ' Jaied' Umler c'"lth'a����n;  200 young
,. '. ' , SMi " Mass a. S and i��� a.n, ��� | Also to BUFFALO  NFw vopv     ,   truit tree*. J��t comencing   to   bear;
Anglican  church���Services    n    5* i
��-y<s SaPPerton: evening prayerand ! ,_tant ,?"" ^ VA��X' �� - -rt,y spring.
Large lot  and  two cotta
lumbia sireet, Sapperton.   Bol
at $10 each.
sermon ever) Sunday at 7 o'clock;
first Sunda] in the.month, mornim:
pra; ei \\ Ith a ci .'��� ' i .'ion of the U,,'-
i'e mraimle n at 11 o'clock; Sund ij
2; 0 p. m.
SI
Full sized iot on Royal avenue, be- 2 houses corner or Merrlval and
-ween fourth and Merrivale; all clear- Asnes; fu!: slzed lot; city block 31
ed. $1,200, $S00 cash lot 11:    one house rents To- $25   the
, other $lo:   flush  cl()S(.ts  H   .lM'c<)n.
10 acres in sec. 32.   Timher. fir, ce-  cSh$2,OOo!h bSta B^wS^I     ��ne aD(I Cne-h:'lf St0rej' 1,0IISel
dar and alder.   Good soil; good roads Uonths at 7 % ' '" 'Ini' l8  ">"  s^  lot,  situated  no,        1
Apply for full particulars. Ivr,     , ��', Royal avenue and corner of McKll
ipp, Ja ww I"..:.!.;1,.face "n U,!h       "' 1,illi,nc" ea,,y- cold  water, closet;   woodshed;
Lots  14   and   15 of  1  of fi    of    ,-s   bearlS   fruit  trees;   streel
Bides;   fine  view.    Price $1,800
on   I
I,..'.  PHILADELPHIA, Via^a3r T h , ' ��� "^ 5 r����,ns;    h���      Lots ^ ���< 1�� 20  oj   fa(
Fifth a,enue. sub B. 10      Lo, M on Sherbrook stre,'  ol i, ,��� ! _ Lot facing 2nd St., betwi   .   ;.
5 ���* ��� 7 0 0 ;      *2500 cash, balance fi   nf
and li' months.
Burnaby���Me)rt_in_
j.ra. ���. si   "a i   ��� v.:.  Sunday at
ll o'clock ���   ��� ���   ��� tbi   first Sunday In
nth   v   eu th.   si ��� ������ ice will be
;-. thi   afl mo m.    R��
D. Dm        :'. A, priest in charge.
Soutl   Si     Mission���
:.-      W. E. Ji stor.  Servici   In
���   lliotise ,:it 3
servici 7:';.i in  tht
Wi ��� school    use.
corner   Sixth  avenue   Embodies the newes,
Breaktng of bre.irt  -
-
ess, 7 p.n_: praj i
v p.m.
sub o   $300 cash   u   "r-,7a     .    L    ,        on snerDrook street of 11 of, -     --��� ��� ���_
ot. feet by 132 '   , ' S'ze  3' cleared'   r:ice *275' ]"- cash, bal-  "d 3r<1 A^- second lol from Quel
"    "" icei- ance, 6 nionths at 7 per cent. Ave';    62x122 teet; all cle
alongside  and   back.
One lot No. 12 on Roya! Avenui
third lot from Eighth street, Sl.OSf
for sale exclusively.
.'     :' : ^'       -'"  ln*.WZ   I;     *   a,!^,""J.^s;.  the   mos
'
a.m^^g
Lutheran Ch u  h   R, v  n   *   Q
' ' Westminster.
ICE,
^_\
Kriii;-,���.i      ���.."���' ���"""   6"?'   Ule   most
 K   "   ���VT1lliUm'naUd    ,r""    in    the
el Hal     rem! ��� "*   e<lulP��aent  ciuisists  of
ath street   Services f"va*e. compartment   cars,   standard
-      ��Dd ' P"m'; Sund..-,  .J 16 section sleepers, luxuries dS
e-ar. reclining chair cars (seats free)
modern   day   coaches  and   buffet    1 '
bran,  and  smoking cars
.   for  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  anv
i further information call on 'or write
Honolulu, ! ,:     -   vft    J Police'' GENERAL AGENT,
y- ���   ��� <"-*-*ul 2TC0\- ���  ondAvenue-Seattle-w"h
have conclusive proof that th   ��,! J,l ' '	
r;;;:^I:,:-���-���-������-���'^���i1^:'
ttanS ""''.1'Mi��g    :"""    brought (or CONRAD, CARCROSS   ATLIN
n^ona th.e^aii by the polio     A police    WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSONT       ���
""sn fount he had his official sword  ^y)   ""^8   P����n*cn,   S
enawa3 from  !.? ","d   !ri']��ht   c0��nect
WHEN GOING EAST       T1
RTHWFCTCDW i imp,.     ProPerty at a snap. '  Lg fa8t at ,t,is Prlce- 132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for
2S  acres on    Mara  road   Burnabv       16�� ""^ Westmlnst��r district, 40  b��th' half cash- balance easy.
$160 an acre    FOR    A   FEW   DAYS j ��23 '"'���"''      "^ "'  10  Mn* or'\    Six ^ 50x150, outside city limits1
ZLL^T:ter ca8h-baiance i %%-.*    '���-������T'::; plar$60each iot- ^ �������%\
room, comer of Gth and Agnes s,j tables, three In  8 and   , ,,���. ���, :��� ,,��� ,n d, Lc^mmandlng   b.!^T^i��TJSi
ear \iK<:,m staUon;   Bituatlonj   Third   avenue, at   foot  of
 ft     band; I ��� s::'-t.    Tw,, and _M _M I ,���.,,..        D ;"'n'-  -""���'   I'arni  ! I .  I Del
House,   full   sizeel   !nt.   on   ��**rj:7ZU:L"���JM 8 day: a,""lf 1001 bouse.   Ten rooms (recently naneredi I!*.0!?1 A'* miles trom ri"  ' :      Scf
a real iyj
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Eight Trains Everv Day in the Ye*r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF  FAME
I/HE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
 '      '   ���'    -ee e    . ._IJ. a    Sl
Price*4,000; terms >.. ,    b,
and ii months at
schools,    churches    near
andbest ideas  street,  Sapperton
i onth.
'ot.   on    Kean   TeT^l ���'        ! *��V��'��    U'"   ,T^~��� ^,,,.orod,,r.n(|   $12
^^m       u,uuvr- nr and cedar, never been   All  modern conveniences'    i ���i   ri,a''' *'->er acre
'    refused   ���. ,       .. .. ie..      ,  ,��� e     ,   .,      ..    .     ' ""
lapperton;   rents for $10 per  logged'   ,..;'"���'""'    ";"'"''' n��    mooern  conveniences;    j���.t   an,
Only $1,060. �� , \     \        ..     ��-  ^   standin,    co     , ater,  : ath,   BlUb  ,.���,-���.  ,ilva
'      'e house 16 x 24
5ei'en roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
b0U8e  ::     ' hewed timber Wcfin
;"'"0^   :"    A    bance of a llf,..
"me,-$9,000; ".. cash| , l]a
per cent.
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot   aboul
,'e'.l""     ���"
Part of loi 369, joins Lake.
X"' ::'"' :' ���   ;|   'se,  with  bath
room, etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   -..,
and ii mos. ni 7. ��.
(ash, ! alan ���
'���' *,K'1 ,ane lD rear; pent of lot I Half casi,.   Jumi
��t oul with fruit trees.   Price $2l753 I
W.o00 cash, halance arranged.
70  .. ires,   only  $25
.1"!
2 lots, 20, 21;   No. 20, $170;
,.     _^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_m.       ,'(corner)   $175.
160 acres on the Scotl road  15 acres  streets,
cleared:   barn 50 x 30;  stables   etc    ��_.,*
splendid soil; only $30 per acre JLnnn J the above  tour  propi
"ash, balance easv. ' , ��l>eoial price will be made to ee.
chaser.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
imi
This wm taken awaj from
with
��� I him
hlm bj the ship's officers: "mYo?Z I SSSlLiU! Carcr��SS"lnd WbitVHoT.e
"to^away.  who , ,,, ,rmIifv    *���   af* �� Jug a through winter service
���������'  '        ���*   ,ls  ""-I    roi  information apply t0
J.  H,   ROGERS,  Traffic  Manager,
U, .Vancouver, B. C.
��,/ra"t8 were all wed to land here b3
oi lers from Washington
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
-JL��E!lS^-^ FrOnt   Street Telephone   333 AUGUST
���907.
-cANa:'AN   home-
$p��WaT.ON8 .
.ands with-
situal s, :.:,
of  New   V.
I Of  H: Itish  '
known and de
ision  ol   \""
I'',   rown
You  .1.1,1  i
to   C Hi'   31   '   .
chaser   ��� li
the   li
this nol   ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
Tenders
'.. sip D ���:���
P""" tlah Colum-,''"-ls,,>r  Margan     [>��� ,.
ray Be"
Mini-'- : of the interior, for the am-
ouni . the '"ir.us which the applicant
Is pi . to pay for a license.
License   to   Cut   Timber      Th_   highest or any ten.le" ujt nec-
'��� an Lands in the Pro-        cessarilj   accepted.
British Columbia. No tender by telegraph will be en-
-     ;- ��� -ssed    to  tertained
.Dominion Lands. PERLEY G   KEYES,
Interior, and mark- Secretary.
ider for Tim-   ^epj tment of the Interior,
I '..wa, July Sth. 1907.
W-,.       ;, any per
L'ancle i   "'-'^^y
thei ��� '���' in ������..
that publicati ���
daily  aewspapi
NE* WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT.
18 .., ���. of   age, to  Westmin ti r of
^pleov
(Of ��:r
���_ ^e or 'es
section of
personally at
.
i B��8t
^ land office
,    in? district in
good  u
Dated at the    md   :���
New v. istmii
Colum ;   I, I i
1907
Umesteader
, one of '���
:- Bb
C. S   KEITH
liis--   ���
TO   '������ ..;
x erved wil
���' residence   anl  those e
the land In   then
���jji' cult:. -
, iii'.'d to per-
aected there-
iwing plans:
I'"'
<or :;.'���"
Irtei
virtue of
Itoefatbei
' '
nother, if tbe   '"��� :.���   an i all
jecea
jjgnjion
ly     ���
: b ��� '���
���:. ���-���'
homestead-
pe    i mlng
a the vicinity s:li'    ind by d
he   require- '"'       '    ' ms ol
be satisfleei ,!l" "Land R
j   with   the' '"���'    " '��� ' de 1 from -
tine.     i any i a respi
his perman '!",
��� land own- r"';        "-     '��� ' ' -
Jl ,                  of his hom-       R..    ;,���ith   v..       ~~        ���   .-.-,..
'.>. requii i   as  to resi- 28,   -j- ,., Q ;,     ���,   .
L ..   residence, Di - that  part ol     ,    -
|..;,. Easl Qu irter ol       I Sectlo
I. m writing snould the North   tnd '���' 17  i
, ;o the i ssloner of Do- 2, and  ill thai o S'on    E
finds al Ottawa of intention Quarter of said  Seel ag to th
��� .,,, .;,���.; v, e '    if  Lol    '     ',
\   .                based at $10 land registry act.
Uysoi ; $20 for an-      A   Certlfic ite  of
>��� ��� ��� ban   320 acres to I   i a ove pi
��� - -. individual or M ,; Sreta Jensen    ml      L9th da
Royal:        ' ie rate of ten ^ug   si    1907, ui ��� ie meai
��. ;:. Is shall be a   \ all i obji
received at
. .e'k noon
.,  of August
1  licens ���  timber on
'     ���-"   compi     ig h,n is situ-      Take ao0oe that l( H^nrv G.xis^ 0(
��� ish Colum-   Vancouver, B. C, timber cruiser, intend   to   apply   for   a   timber   licease
525,  comprising over the  following described    lands
29, Wesl of  situate in the Coast District:
the North half of section      1���Commencing at a post    planted
tion    . In  I iwnship 20,   at   S.  E.   corner  thereof   and   situate
'  of  the  0th meridian,   abou; 20 chains distant in ft, N. E. dir-
55 square miles; ection from the S. W. corner of sur-
veyed lot 495, thence north 160 chaius,
rth must       surveyed within   thence  west 40 chains, thence south
after the late of the notice  160 chains, thence east 40 chains.
2-commencing at a post planted at
ler  which a  li-   the   south-east   corner   thereof     and
;    ila '    printed   abou    I   i  chains  distant  In  a aorth
'. may be   din       :,  from the south-wesi  corner
tmenl or at the of surveyed lot  195, theuce north 80
ml ���    Vgent at  chains, thence south SO chain.-, thence
w. si so chains, thence south 80 chains
(������a !���������      .-���   ,.    ,,        .,���.;���,!   tin a i   east su chaius, containing C40
���.. on  e chartered   acres more or less,
favor De   itj   ot the      3���Commencing at  a   post   planted
the am-   a;   the southeast comer  thereof and
��� :   -   vhich  the  appli-   situate about 120 chaius distant  In a
er a 1   '-use.
dgl ��� ���' ���: s    ten ler    not
ICCl    '
li r ���   -   i] ..  ,-. .. '... en-
.   I,
PERLEY G   KEYES,
Se  ��� tary.
Departn ml of th    lnl  rior,
1 il taw a, June 29th 1907,
j : the -        o itput.
VV. W. CORY,
iter of tbe
n
I:- ~"
I
lublication ol
1 not be paid
IS   i Idressed   to
: en lorsed "Ten-
. itor,   Calgai
| will be receh
I ". Friday, Au . i
I consi
��� ��� ���;      ���      or al thi  I
I ling.
i    notified   '   -'
.. i| lere 1 ui
. sienatun s.
me In writing        i persons
ning an i
eu In am  pari
C   S   :...'.
Disl let  Regis1
I      ;   I   ..-'.     Office,
N'i        Wes  :    '
1907.
The        son    i    pei son -
rly  oi      ���
Di
ire ������ iui -��������� 1
sai ������     '  the  'ii. lei -        I
Conve am ������   date :   9th   Maj
; h ''is is Graves < Iregs n I
eth   M : Iregor.
A.   WHEALLER
4 2 L   ae  -   ���
N'i v.-  Wes    i B.C .
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Ten
fcr Lict-'J-  1.   ~,i-
-r;..ufr ,._,
-or. Lands in lr,e
rruv.r:Cs ���.,���
,.-
Cc u Tibia.
SEAI.K. IXDERS id ; ������ ssed lathe
Commissi :    :!  ;:,::,. ��� ;.    Lftiitts,
: iei arl meni ie luteri , a ad mark-
��� ���ei on 'b ��� en ��� >pe ' Ten I ��� for Tim-
. bertn No. 524," will be received
at this Department until 12 o'clock
d 'Hi on We Im - laj. the 21si  day of
���> ig ,-' L9 17, fo a Iii ense to cut timber on Berth S'o.524, comprising lands
-: ... e in th Pr ivin i of British Columbia, and   i -" lb< ; as toll ws:
Timber Berth N >. 524, con Ising
Legal Sab livlsion 11 of Section 12,
Te ��� nship 6, i: mge v. West if I 7th
Meridian,    ontaining ea   i       10
icres   more or 1  - ���
The bi rth must   ������   a i
north-westerly direction from the,
south-west corner of surveyeJ lot 4'.tr>,
Ihence north SO chains, thence west
Nl chains, thence south SO chains,
thence east SO chains, containing 040
acres more or less.
4���Commencing at a post planted
at the south west comer thereof aud
at the north west corner of surveyed
lot 495, thence north SO chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence south SO chains,
thence west SO chains, containing 640 ,
acres  more or  less.
���"--Commencing at a post planted
north-west corner, about Si chains
distanl in a northerly direction from
the north east corner of lot 495, thence
easl 40 chains, thence south 160
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
noi . 160 chains, containing 640 acres
mi ���    or less.
HENRY  GROSE.
L icated July  6,  1907
IHE MISSION LUMBER CO,
NOTICE   OF.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Special Bargains
:   FOR   :
Friday-Saturday
AT
LEE'S
��������������
��� >*********************
N ITICE  is hereby   eglven  that   the
partnership heretofore  subsisting be-
ved within  tween   Joseph  Cameron    and  Joseph
accompanied       i; . easl   poi I lon  162   1-10)  ai res of
a a charten '   ���'��� tlo   il  s iui .  ��� ast   quarter o!
the  ordei ,.       :.    16,    I iwnshi]     24.   Wii.':.'as
' the loss ertific;     ���    titi
1416F, Is I in the nai
ten lei.  whh     j:         -    :.,. n fii  '.       this
he part)   ten le             .
S'otici       hereb ���      t'.rt I s
at the i         ' ���   ���   :
I ,,   ���,     ..' the fii '   :atl< - hereof,
i iplicate of I  ���   sal i  certll
cati               n the ; �� -
nol bin l Itsell   ,, ,          ..   ma ���
'��� :   Of  rilb'h
��� cent, i in p.c '
:.' , a  conl: ai I
'   SO,   ,!'.'��� II
...  i ont rai ti I
���  ei cfepted the
��� i.
an;   tender.
I5EL1NAS,
Secretary.
Works,
I, 1907.
e paid foi   '
insert   it   with-
Department.
alter   rf   , ,e "Trustees    and
I  in the  Matter
C. S. KEITH.
Di tricl  i: ' ��� T
Lan i  Registry  01 I
N. ,\ Wbstminster,
i'
Ji
|f!V
|i>!:���'
I1"'.-.
I
Tenders    for  License  to Cut     umber
on  Dominion Lands in the Pro
vince of British Columbia.
S    '���,.:"    PENDERS    ad   ���
the i ,!1":' '    Doml     '   ''   '
ir af ' ���   late of thi   notici
awarding thi    lerl
The ri - ilati ins   indei  whi h a li-
ense " iii     e    iss ied,    also  pi Inte i
forms of ten ie   and envel ipe, a. ij be
ah    i   11    5 Dep irtment or a; the
���i iwn Timber Agent  al
V-.v Wesl   :-.-''   . B. C.
I .   i ten ler  must   be  accompanle I
by an acce    ���      he |ue Dn n i ba tered
hank  In   fa\ '       if  "' ������  Deputj   of the
Minister of the Inter! er. f ir the am-
mni       thi    onus which the a i ;' canl
eared to   i      for a license
1   ������ highesi i ��� r.      euder u il  nec-
��� ssa ll    a       ted.
Xo ten ler .,   tei  ;raph will I e en-
.- dne I,
PERLEY   :. KEYES,
Sei etary.
Inte rl ir,
Sth, 1907,
i,.       menl of tin
e )���- iwa,
n ��� claiius or de-   -y, , Mo
.'
,. ������   ���        and
e "Ti n le
elvi     al  lhl    D , i
O'CIO : 0   We ���'       '     '    ;   :'
,e;      ol    S     IU ':'     '"'   :
anj addre Beslto'cut I ���   '    !' N '  :
'    their   claims,   prising lan Is sl Provinc
���'���'''"'i'i''-  dt  of British Col
verified, on
e Estate       Augustus William   I1",'
lbom. Dee    esed.
ite of  Uigusl
of Surrey Cen-
leceased,   are
with  the uu
of   August,
tollov
���������:'.
Tm   er  B     i No   526, com
,.       .    I the   North    half of the    South   Easj
that after the        ,, ��� of  Sectlon 3 .  Township 1
entitled .
an.v
- will proceed to
late amongst th
ties
1*,. .   "" '      to, having regai .
ft... ' lib h they shall
-. and they wlll
I ��� proceedB of th!
1 reof, so !'���'-
a Of whose cl ill I
! the time of dis-
P'toan,
FNnotno,
ree
it, 1.
lay of July, 1907.
W. HOWAY.
<V,,.   '      'IcKenzle and John
Tiers    of    above
,:���, , of Coasi Meridian, containing ae
urea of 80 acres   mure or less,
The berth must    e surveyed within
one year afte, the  .ate   if the	
awarding the berth
'lh' regulation ' whiClJ a ""
. :    al   '   print d
Tenders    fcr  License to Cue    Timber
on Dcminiorl Lands in the Provence   cf   British   Columbia.
SEALED   '1 ENDERS   addressed to
,|ie c ,,,.,:. 1   .        of Dominion Lands,
. n , : th ���    I'i' rtor,    and
marke 1 on ii    envelope "Tender I ��
1:      1   No   527," will  i..' i'''-
,, ... ������   ii    bis  D   lartmenl   ui   I
o'cl ick  0   ��� . ��� ������   'i    Ines lay,  the
of Septem        1907, for
to cul lire,'" Ierth Nn.
prising lands  ill ��� ���'    '�� the Province  \VorW
: British c ilum
low -
Timber Berth N . 527, commen dn ;
���    ... west eu l ������;' 'he most North-
loundar;   of Timher Berth 290;
thence Bast, al mg said North boundar,   of Timber Berth 290. 20 chains.
12
Ith
'license
_17. coni-
Provlnci
i described aa
cii-.'    will l"'
inder an        ���'    '   ""''    "
. nl or at tl -
forms of te
obtained al this u
Timber agent al
Each tender m
by an accepted cl
hank iu favour
Xs;
V,'    .
\       '
office of the Crown
New Westminster, i;  ' ���
I,    accompanied
,. on a chartered
. :,  j .��� Deputy of the
Minister of the 1 "      he 'T
ounl  of. thei 1 th^appli-
���' application has I caul  Is prepared ti
The   hlghesl   0
n. jsarlly accepted.
NO Cad.",' b5   tei �� '     "
tertained, ,,
PERLEY G   b lYt-a.
.,.'.���:'' I irj
mor ��� less, 1 1 the West hound.iry of
Berth 378; thence North,
, ng said wesl b 1 mdary of Timbei
!;. |78, 120 chains, more or less, 1 1
: pitl Lake; thence West
.,, chains, more- or less, to equal
:, . : .,;��� south boundary: thence
South   120  chains, mure or less,    to
Mark   McDonald     as   "The     Mission j
Lumber Company" of the District  of
Xewf Westminster has been dissolved
ley mutual consent as of the Lh'th day
of June, 1907,   All debts owing tei the
raid partnership   are to be paid    to
Joseph Cameron of Sapperton In tbe
District of New Westminster and all |
claims against the said partnership are
��� 1     be     presented     tei     the     s:eiei,
Joseph Cameron by whom   the same I
��� ill   be settled.
Dated at New Westminster this 13th |
day  of duly. 1907.
Witni --. JOS, CAMERON
j. ;:. johnson.  j. m. Mcdonald !
SEALED TENDERS    addressed   to
indersigned, aud endorsed "Ten-
ler for  Public  Building, Cumberland,
B, C," will be reci Ived at ihis office
until  Mon lay, August    19,  1907,    in-
i isivel;. for the construi tlon of a
public building, Cumberland, B. C.
Plans and specification ran be seen
ai d forms of tender pbtalni d al  ihis
irtmenl and op application to the
ostmaster al Cumberland.
persons tendering are notified that
tenders will nol be considered unless
le em  the  prlnte i  form supplied,
and   signed  with   their  actual Blgna-
��� ires.
Bach len ler musl   ,����� accomi anled
5 an accepted check on ei chartered
iai ',. ma ie payable to the order of the
honorable   the    Minister   of    PubTtc
Hi'il  to ten  per cenl   I IK  p.c. I
of the amouni of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the parts tendering decline to enter Into a contracl
when ealle'il upon to do so, or if he fall
io complete the work contracted for.
If tho tender be n<'t accepted the check
will be returned,
The departmenl does not bind iisidf
I i accept  the  lnwesr or any  lender.
Bj Order,
I'RKD. GLLINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works.
Newspapers Inserting   this    adver-
���i-i'inent   without  authority  from  the
Sale of Tapestry Squares
6 only Tapestry Squares, size
3x3, regular $7.50, for     $5.00
3 only, size 3jx3, reg. $10, for $7.50
3 only, size 4x3, reg. $15, for $12.50
These squares  are   exceptional
good value. Come early and get one.
20 pairs Flannelette Blankets
Extra heavy, size 60x80,
Regular $1.50, Special $1.15
20 pairs Nottingham Lace
Curtains
Woven edge, 3 yards long, 50
in. wide, regular $1.25, for 90c
FURN1TURE--15 per cent
off all Furniture for these two
days'   sale,    including   Sideboards, Dressers and Stands,
Pedsteads, &c.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
JOHN A. LEE'S
Furniture Emporium
Dupont Block, Columbia Street, New Westminster
Phone   73
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. HEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Bo*   345
���Phone   105.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
F.stul
1887
Incorporated 19
ior,
i Gilley Bros. Ltd
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
containing I Jeiartment will not be psil.l for it.
Margarel Rob-
|,'<' ��� Simple, under
:'': The Corpora-
' or Districl of
tlobson, bearing
N ivember, A D.,
���nlar that certain
���' ' em i pr ml lea
polnl of   commencement
of 240 acres, more or less.
berth must be surveyed within
,,,. ar-,t,r the date of the notice
,,�� irding the berth.
The regulations unler which a 11-
wlll be    issued, also    printed]
,( tender and envelope, may be  .
  ... this Department or at the |
oiit.uneii .i   i"3 L1-- SaKKaxe de tvered
the Crown Timber Agent ati
\ -x Westminster, B. C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
flee "Phone 18R.       H��rn  Knone 137
Columbia St.
promitiiy  to �����>
onrt of the oity.
WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CEMENT.
This   celebrated   Cement   is
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
R0SE3ANK   LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW  BRUNSWICK PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED FACE BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE    CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
SEW'.R  PIPE,   DRAIN    TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
Department of the inter i   __
Ottawa. Jlllj  51      LJOe
mpS|lMtandHea
, , .,ted cheque oa a chartere
.,   r.v,r  ���f the, Deputy  of the
Offi su���Tram  De.iot
Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence 122
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THE   DAILY  XEWS.
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4 Cleared LOTS
On Sth St.; 66x132 to wide lane; 2 of these
are corner lots; they are all cleared except
one stump. These are fine building lots;
only one block from car line. For short
time only.      -      -      -      Price $850
For Sale exclusively by
W. J. KERR
ASSISTANT RETIRES
i     TROM THE ASYLUM
SATURDAYi A I
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Dr. William WTorkman Severs Connection With Institution���Gazette Notices.
���
Fire  and  II**   Insurance agent,   Real Estate Broker X
v   276-2?8 Columbia St, Westminste^.B.C. Phone  170    |
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The Excitement in Surrey
incident to buying up land on the route
of the tramway to Chiiliwack, has only
fairly commenced. If you wish to be "in
the swim" and make some profitable turnovers, consult us at once. We have land,
in tracts from 40 to 600 acres, all worth
investigation.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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Underwood        Empire
v Typewriters:. s
 AT  ��|
J. J. MACKAY y COS|
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
and NEWS DEALERS
After your long hot and
dusty walk, ease your
feet and make them
comfortable by using
t. n, mm
T. A.
Foot Powder
��	
Cooling and Refreshing
T. A. MUIR
IKE DRUGGIST   -   Columbia Sl.
Ne.v Westn-iinster,  B. C.
Aluminum
Dr.   William     Workman,     assistun
medical superintendent  of the
hospitals for the insane g( jje^WeBt-
jHinstej;   nM  mi^i     Wfi    )jUsilj()J1
, Notice is also given in the   official
Gazette of yfesterday of the resignation   of JOunean  McPhail,    of    Otter
I'jat. n*. a deputy game anel lire war-
i 'lien.
Anson  Knight, ol the  city  of Vic-
| toria has been appointed inspector under the contagious diseases (animals)
, act for the province of British Columbia, from August  15, 19U7.
-Notice is given of the following appointments:    Notaries public for the
province of British  Columbia;   Albert
��� Hermann, of the city of Vancouver;
Charles Donald .Mackenzie, i :' the city
of   Vancouver.    Louis   H.   Bstell,    of
j Golden,  to be  deputy    game   warden
J for   the   Columbia   electoral   district.
Cory  Menhenick, of Camborne, to be
acting mining recorder for the   Lar-
: dean  mining division,  from  the 27th.
day of .July.  1907, daring the absence
of  Benjamin Ernest   Dres.    Percy  ,1.
Gleazer.  of Nelson, to  be  deputy assessor  and   collector   for the    Xelson
assessment district.     Alfred S. Hood,
of Phoenix, to be a member of boards
of  licensing  commissioners     and     of
commissioners  of police  for ths city
of Phoenix.
Sealed tenders, superscribed "Tender for School house," will be received by the chief commissioner of
lands and works up to noon of Monday, Aug. 12, 1907, for the erection .and
completion of a large, one-room frame
school house at Clayourn, Chiiliwack
electoral district. Plans, specifications
ein.1 forms of tender may be see-n
on and after Aug. 2. 1907 at the lands
and works department. Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted check for a sum equivalent
to ten per cent, of the amount of the
tender.
New Westminster gives notice in
yesterday's Gazette of changes in the-
licpior license laws at the royal city.
It has been enacted (ha; nej new license for the sale of liquors shall be
granted unless, in addition to the
other requirements and provision.- in
that behalf required by law, a petition or requisition for the granting of
such license, signed by a majority of
the- qualified electors resident within
the divison in which are situated the
premises in respect of which the license is sought is delivered to the
clerk or acting clerk of the corporation.
!       COLLISTER'S
Great Annual Summer Clearance &
NOW   IN   FULL   SWING
���~ i        Hundreds of customers visited our store during the opening dav of our
iridic g and found themselves well repaid in making their purchases at the reduced p
prevailing in everv department.        ���._,���
OUR SALE LASTS FIFTEEN DAYS, and we will make every da. a barl
dav during that time. Everything reduced except Buttenck pattens ard s|
cottons.    We mention a few special lines for to-day:
ft We have just opened up a nice !���!
J line of ALUMINUM GOODS. j��;
J including- !���!
Ar.rjlo-RuSEi3n Agreement.
London, .Aug. 2.���II is announ ied
tha; negotiations between Great Britain and Russia have resulted in an
agreement amicabl.. adjusting all outstanding differi m e i n the Indian
frontier and in Persia. Both powers
have consented to the delimitation of
He ir spheres of inti resl In these regions. Sr Arthur Micolson, the British ambassador al St. Petersburg, who
is al present visiting In London, ls
arranging the final details of 'his
matter.
| Preserving Kettles     | Nfttll
I     Tea Kettles       ��
I        Rice Boilers   I
$ Etc., Etc. i
3 3
*'. - These goods are giving ;���;
���J splendid satisfaction, and we ��
ft n commend  them. .���.
I I
I ANDERSON I
res
Object
Lesson
 1 & LUSBY I
TOILET   SOAPS i
We make a specialty of
Toilet Soaps. We have the
biggest line in the city,
ranging in prices from 2c. to
$1.00 a cake.
PURE CASTILE at 25c a Bar
OLD BROWN 25c a Dozen
BIG CAKE BALSAM TAR at 5c.
Full Line O- Collates.
See Our Window
I), S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Sperlaf!e>>.cib
New Westminster
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records Money in Real Estate
How manj In this life are like
,le" I ni' i:'. vine live-' i:, the
��� njoj menu and ple as ires iii the
presi nt, with no though! of the
moi row, and how few, comparatively, are' nii. the ani which
continually labors, preparing for
thai rainy day 01 cold weather
which ;.- sure to come���
No, the "Butterfly" man is not
a success. It takes a "Hustler"
to get on in the world. Start it
now. We can show you choice
investments in City and Farm
Properties. Now is the time to
start. Buying now will insure
good profits. We can show you
how, by buying right, 'tis easy
to  make
Big Reductions Among the Women's
White Shirtwaists
30 only, women's White Muslin Blouses, sizes 32 to 40, trimmed with
rows of insertion and lace, some shorl sleeves anei some with
long sleeves, regulai   prices $3.50 $1: sale price, each     $1.95
25 only, white Muslin Blouses, with probably a little less trimming
than the first lot bui good serviceable washing waists, regulai
prices $2 and $2.50; sale price, each   $1-45
One lot women's Waists, mostly white, in many different styles, These
are made of fine lawn with lace trimmings, regular prices $1.25 to
$1.50; sale price, each    95c
Two Lines of Silk Blouses Less Than Half Price
6 only, White Silk Blouses, sizes 34 to 38, a  sample lot, regular price
$3.50 to $4;  sale price, each      $1.95
:; only, colored Silk Blouses, regular price $5.75 and  $8.78;   sale  price
each       $3.95
Big Clean-up of the Left-Overs in the Neckwear and Belt Departments
Turnover collars in nice embroidered or hemstitched linen and muslin, many of them slight
ular prices 20c ��j 35c;  sale price, each   	
One lot of Women's and Misses Silk Fichus lace anil silk collars in cream, black and white-. ;���. , ,.
$1.00 to $2.50:  sale price, each   	
Women's black silk belts, many different styles to select from, regulai prices $1.00 to $1 '
each   	
One lot  belts, including leather  belts in all colors, colored silk  belts, and colored  tinsel  :��� I        egu i
prices T'ec to $1.25: sale price, each   	
Women's   white  wash   belts,   regular  price   25c  tee  35c;   sale price, each	
Three More Lines of WASH SUITS.    Much Underpriced
Overlooked In our first list:
Women's Light Colonel Duck Was!: Suits, well made, with ample fullness, regular price- $3.7
sale price, each   	
Women's Checked Gingham Wash  Suits, regular price i'2;  sale price, each   	
3 only, Cream Lustre Shirt Waist Suits, regular value $10 anei $10.11.5; sale price, each 	
W. S. Collister & Co.
_Vo goods on
approbation or
exchanged during the aale.
Everything as
advertised.
247 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
This storM
es at S
eiery dim
cept Sati
Shop earn
the   mornh
9BSBfSS*M
r.
General  Repali Ing.
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ranges, Stoves anil all  kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front Sts.      Phone 275 ;
SATURDAY NIGH
will see the finish of our Clearance Sale of
TAN OXFORD
AND SHOESl
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I We never did and never will carry
I over goods. . \ Now we are de- ���
| termined to clear out every single I
| pair. .*. Another cut has been j
| made in the price of all remaining ���
| lines. .'. So, if you want to get!
��� bargains, come with the crowds, f
��������������������������������������������������������������������**H 4**********************4*v
W. E SINCLAIR
..The Reliable Shoe Man ������
PHONES    88���109

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