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 lite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
mbia St- P^��e g5
jColuai
^TuME 2, NUMBER
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7. 1907.
DRSE RACING BARRED
I PROVINCIAL fAIR
LANDIS   REFUSE?   . ...
lldge  Who Fined  Star-j
Down  Good  Offer.
Turns
k hei
t     - of   Accidents   and
ufmen's Hoggish Meth-   .
PROSPECTS BRIGHT
fOR BIG EXCURSION
CONFESSES   SHORTAGE.
Turi
Responsible.
''" ��� '       See
'���'' : ���   In    iiiM }_
~" ' ��� thi      chii :
...   striken from thi   - nsidei ii
���I    : ii   i xhibith n ,
���
I   New
���
Westminster Orchestra Secured for Trip -City Band
Prices Too Steep.
ROTHSCHILDS INVEST
SEVEN MILLIONS
Eeilir.gham     Bookkeeper     Embezzling
Over  Five  Thousand   Dollars.
ellingham,    Aug. 6.���Norman    W.
��bo  i- c< ii-.ly   li ti   this  cits
Co   Si     ouver, B. C,    .. lin   European    Capitalists    Back]01*4" notifying
a letter ti   the   S    r P    ..   an .   V\ all
10 CENTS PER WEEK
'iyp   ,  cD!TORS   MUST   OBEY.
Royal   New
Fine to Publ
o   Bring   Heavy
lishers.
aska���Experts Reticent.
���-'
:    Ol
eeting of the K. A.  &,1
,-ening,    Manager VV.
��� Arthur Malins
e-i acing commit-
lei ed the evi nl
, '   langer  to person
hi
Kei
I
I
an 1  - peaking  :��� .
a . :   thought   tli.ii
,ui     undesl ral ���
fail   grounds,    W.   It.
. it that racehorse own-
-  , about the ground!
thi j  were always
i -���   stables   for    their
generally managed to
��� thi   stable room.    It
al 0] Inion   thai   class
-  | .       aces would be all righl
: ibi
,:        ��� ���  -e ratched, which w
n ���   ng  mi   on ;
: i ���
'    I   '
��� ���   .   ...'���   ���     .
ti    lo justici      D
rise lence, i
���  I
���
Papei  ce  ...... . ������'.. isi   eruploj   hi
v..is, that he leas :-. shortage In : -
aie ounts ol al leasl $5,000 and perils . - $7, I,
Dormer was  .  ������   erfortheflrm      Seattle,    \ ig     6    Coppei     Invest-
and In his letter he says he is unable ments   aggregating  between   liv<   and
exactlj   how  much  his  short-   geyen milllonB   -:       te -  are  In
oi the    Roth-
:   -��� nei .   mei ting  ol   the  cltt-
eie nii ���  ��������� ���   hi   ; last eve-
:��� Ity council   ��� I arabi r,  a
���: ol   .��� ...:- Incident to the big  ��� ���-'" 's-   He is well known in this city.  t,.nu.-.^:j<in by agents
-:��� n   which  will be  run   lie  Bel
Bui ham on     ���    ourti enti    were dis-
and eted, anel everything
lape fen th<  ti Ip, Thi
��� ��� ���  ng  a  special  train  to
His employ* rs hi ��� i
i: inging   bim
dian side.
little
rom   the   Cana-
pi
St. Petersburg, Aug  6.���Drachivsky,
the  prefect   i t polici.  has  Issued   an
all  i ditors thai   they
render the i    elves  liable tei   ,  fine i I
Big Copper   Scheme in Al- $1,500 or threi   months' Imprisonmen'
by publishing withoul permission anything about thi emperor or the mem-
I ers of ; mpi rial family or anj
comnu in- ipon a trial before she rendering ee;'     .   vi rdict.
This ordi r It Inspired by fear of
public ci iii; Ism thai mighl '.���.,- made
during the> coming trial of the person
licensed   of being implicated   In   last
childa  111  Latouche islan,i.    ofl
mainland ol Alaska In Prince Edward month's : '��� ist the   emperor, the
Grand Duke  Nicholas    and    Premier
ngham to accommodate the largi
n not be taken on the
thai
I
1
10I    ng  els
:��� :,'
I ��� .-.     , whi       e  gel
Iron     idianapol
Into the Alton & Tank line case. The
' hi . go et   Easti   :.  Illinois
' n ���  In ten a scoring.
Assailant   of   Fallieres   Insane.
:'     -.    Vi      0,    Li   ..   Mi illi .     the
win-the-money-or-dii   naval reservisl who fin I two ri colvi .
sh ts  .;!   Pri -'. lenl   Fa . -   - -     n   the
treets of Paris, Jul    ' :
terday declared  in- in    . n
��� on a unantmou   voti
n-as   (ailed   to  01 l< i
I
r
-; .- ,   ��� T. J. Trapp In the chair,  to an asylum
eX| thai tbe dlrecte rs bad -       ���
gethi ��� to discuss and
.. ���      ittractions for exhibition
ained th il n igotl it! ns
..��� ���    ered into with various la-
p] iy during fair week,
I- that   no  program   of
WEAK WOMEN PROTECT
PASTOR PROM INJURY
1
1 ��� n made o U  as yet  It
n eetlng   to   take    the
teps in that  direction,
lng the work oi the exei i-
pasl few weeks   the .-��� c-
that the outlook for this
lex      tion was  mot I  promising
icts   In   British Columbia
entered a districl ��� v
whili   met  more than eight w< re
ear.    Tb<    figure    dl I
In idi   th.   sevi ral    exhibitions
l:
lv.
. ��� tral exhibition than
!_��� . ��� ���,, the Dominion i xhibl-
I   :������.. - ago.   Notice had been
��� m Toronto and othi r
��� .- ears of stock WOU 1
from i ml   ���      points  an I
Moral Reformer Walks in
Fear and Trembling Because of Manv Threa ?.
1 ������   Ieen,   Aug,   G     Fort;    wi
will ! ������ Issued foi    he   arresl  of persons   who   deliberately   violated    the
Sunday law.    So numerous wer<   the
-    aints filed by  the   Rev.
oat  was disi u ���;-��� ! and a
ointi i to inti rview F. C
'���2 rei of the G. N. R., with a view
'��� seeing whal arrangements can be
le. If the negotiations are un-
iccessful, the situation will remain
as before, namely, the four hundred
lucky holders of tickets will be allowed to enjoy the excursion and the
ers will simply have to remain at
home.
The various committees reported
-,v,:-. senl bir-i evening on the progress of the
plans and in each case the reports -
were adopted. D, K. McKenzie reported that arrangements had been
made with the C. P. R. to provide
meals on board the steamer at 50c
each. He also reported that the customs Inspector had given assurance!
that all arrangements would be made
at Bellingham for the landing of the
excursionist, at Bellingham without
interference or delay by immigration
officials.
Mr. McKenzie read a letter from
Mayor Black, of Bellingham, wliee expressed his pleasure at the action of
the New Westminster people In deciding to make Bellingham their objective point, ami offering them the
freedom of th" city.
Some discussion of th" proposed
basi ball   match    between    the'    New
Standard   Oil  Prices Stand.
New   York.   Aug,    ���'.   Charles    M.
1    ���   se< retarj  ol   thi   S andard  Oil
committed company, said today thai th i company
h i-   no   Intenti- n  ol   advanc n;    the
; i Ice  eef   oil.     Mr.   Pratt  sail:
sound,   .met experts  who  ban   been
[making most careful and thorough examinations of the propertj which the
magnate - are likely to . urchaa
Stolj pin.
were
lin   Seattle   yesterday,    J,  H.   Banks,
M.   i.'..   Ph,   !.)., one  of tin   foremost
���menl att ibuti I to Mr, clu.mii    ���   mining engineers ot    the    world,    a
lain, of 'In' National _?etroleun. . sso-   -:   :i-<-   of the  firm    of    Rither    A.
elation   of  Cleveland,   thai   such   an | Banks,   eef   .New   York   city,   admitted
..   . ince is iei be made, is entirely un- j at the  Ranier-Grand hotel  lasl   night
warranted and absolutely   unfounded. Itnal !u
Mr,  Chamberlain,  who  represents    a  month
has I een on the Island for a
t xamining   certain   pro] erties,
competitor of this company, is challenged to rev-al thi source of his information.''
MAN KEPT IN JAIL
ALTER LINE IS PAID
bul thai is all thai could be gathered
from him. Dr. Banks leaves tonighl
fur New York city, although he will
examine a mine In Ontario, Canada,
I while ou his return trip,
'What properties have you been
looking at on Latouche Island?" waa
: asked.
"I examined the Beatson property,"
replied the expert. "I was thereover
a month.    No,  I  don't  oare  to  state
Feanjts Eeat Porterhouse.
Berkeley, Cai. Aug. 8.���Prof, M E.
Jaffa, who has been a scientist conned il with the State unlversltj for
thirty years, In a bulletin jus: prepared for the United States department
of agriculture, says that ten cents'
worth of peanuts contains more than
twice- the protein and six times the
amount of energy contained In a porterhouse steak. These conclusions
were arrived al after exhaustive
studies and others as subjects.
. j what the general georoglca] character
Warden Refuses to Release ,   the f0r���,atil,n ls, Y(��� Bee that is
Prisoner After Being Notified Of a Settlement.
POLICE DISCOVER
MURDER SOCIETY
Armenian Revolutionists Arrogate to Themselves Right
of Inflicting Death.
'���   entered from Albert     Benedict, of Hoquaim, that thej     iuld e Westminstei Bellingham    teams
'  nol    .   made oul yesterdaj      H  ll Is  .,)i|k .,......, ,1I1(1 ���,,. sports committee
expected they will be served I '   of w),i(.n  chief Watson is  chairman
e negotia-
ls thought that a jury cann.,:  be ob-   wflg a|,,,���;���,,,,!   ,���  complei
Ine d In   Vberdei n thai   will convict,  tions
Threats have been madi  against Ben- j    ThosP  having tickets   for  sab
���      ���   and  it   is  said  he   won; I  have   ]in,.,,.(1  ,-m,,   .,i\  the  pasteboards
een ] inishi '1   In  - nn   waj   S m : ij
:  also in   male of a  num-   .,,., ,._, ......... .vi,h ., nl) women
I hbred h irses and c ittle
I |   A.lbi rta     With  a
nf amusements ee. ..���
I tion h   bad after a can -
��� the prospects, i
I-' tion thi   Increased
I ouver anel New W< st-
rii i. name to the
���    ���  .���-    , , peo] ;-' would   ���     '
��� ii   thn ������ le - lins
��� ���-    nei    to   attrai tii ns   the
ted  that  he ha 1 writ-
steal   oi:' ctor  of   the
Calg    .  pro] osii e   -
,  made to have B im ,
, -i i used them as a ������ ��� :ad< In making his rounds. Mayor Fran: . said
last   nigh::
,   i  maj   qu ite mi   - ��� ag that
Benedict's     ove adve
his   mi .'  Is   ';::     b   ���
ci isa le He is looking I
had
been  dispost I  of with the exception
of about thirty anel that  many | ple
were still clamouring for them. A
fi w will be kept l>y the members >f
the committee for their p rs mai use.
Sentenced to serve fifteen days In
jail for having been drunk abou' t< n
days ago, a man named Frederick
Anderson is still costing the city ':".-
ents a day for his keep In the blg|
building, in spiie of the fact thai his
fine was paid the same day as he was
committed to the jail with the option
of a fine. Friction between the civic
and the provincial authorities is saiel
to be- responsible for ihis.
On the day on which Anderson was
sentenced, Ed. Falch, of the Royal
City hotel, mei chief of Police Mcintosh and after Inquiring of him the
amount of the fine which had bei n
Inflicted upon Andersen, he produced
a $5 bill "end -settleel with the chief,
receiving some change' In return. On
arriving   a.    his   office,   Chief   Mdn-
om  of the things I am paid to find!
oul and report on and mj   dut;   is tc
those who hire me.'
Dr. Banks would not  saj   in  wh si
interest   he  had been  ��nt   to  the ffl
north, but he did say that the ore isa
sulphide,   and    carries    Borne    good
values,   apparently   of   copper.     He
would not say whether or not if th. is bein�� Investigated by the author!-
properties on the Island are consolj-1 ties, sanctions death penalties and is
dated Into one' managemeni   that  re-1 an oatb-bound  organization,    County
New  York,  Aug.    6.���Evidence    is
| forthcoming thai the Hunchaklst, Un-
Armenia;: i  volutlonarj society, which
detectives recently seized papers in
the room of Stephen Kmi'irian. an
Armenian, and One of thes'" documents appears to be the fundamental
constitution of the Hunchaklsl adopted in 190?, and amended ln 1906
ai the gem ral convention if the society held in Cairo, Egypt.
The leader of the New Westminster t(|S])  |mmediate]y telephoned  to J. G.
band, Mr. Rushton. waited on the com- nryTnl���,r   wnr(1(.��� of the jail, inform-
mlttee and offered to provide a band ,ng )lim ,,_.., t]|,, fil,,, ,..,,, ,���,,.,  ...;,
of  fifteen   pieces   and   an   orchestra
ii'.
and suggesting thai  Anderson u- re-
He complains   that    -   0f about seven pieces for the occasion   !(,.1S(.(1
Although  he  admits
tori*
of his    flock are    patronizing    these f(1,. ,l)l0,.i   slM,   ,,,. a  band  alone for
- Iniquity,  If thai is ao.he is ?](���,  ,,., ,.,..,.,,..,,-. which  figures out
lng   his   work   well,  foi   I   have .,-,���,,   $i in   total.     A   communication
���   heard   anj   oth        reachi      om- was  produced  ley the chairman from
plain of this." Secretary Peele. eef the hand. In which
It  is   inderstoo.i .-  -'                '   -'���"- an offer was made to provide both a
band   and  orchestra  for  ��110  anl ex-
I'-'     Wl '
I
|
I.
-,-i    Calg    ���     runrn
st to give exhibi-
Indian     Loni
main  attraction.   M-
: . itiations had  been i n-
th Longboat, the Bpeaker  ,.,,.,,;,..] ,,, ....
m di ��� i  was    willing  I ���    compromise
��� >,.   , ,; ,,,:,   :.. ,- n   -���    TO ll I   agri ������  to
.     places ol      Bin     , Hi   said
..               ,.  sat -���   d   with this  an :
.   mil     !'��� fri'-hmi'Ut    si in Is an i   li e
���  am  parlors to I -" I   '! he saloon kei ; ���   - al  a  av eting last n ghl
P up
:' ������
I
I
nlon these two runners
l :-��� corni for reason-
in i would  be Bplen 11 I
ri tarj then outlin-
iie  :'     ���. ..    had   ;
,    eu    '    rosse - I
Idi d  :��� irn  .: ��� nl  bei e
thibltlon,    iie state I thai
. i en : Igned with the
er, ���"���' Maple Leaf and
I :roBse   teams,  and  that
! ���   who left   l ere  for the
-   iy would complete ar-
L"' ' th the Tecumsehs.   On
>". E. Vanstone the action
I-. .
. ut<   : ..u  anj
ol
- an i noi
mjiromlsi
HUMPBACK SALMON HAS
IHAI ITS
penses. Mr. Rushton woul! noi en-
dorse Mr. Peele'a iffer, and after
Bome discussion II was decided thai
iu ,;,.-, ��� the :'i isi tencies n' th"
offers   m   '��� :'--    1< a Ier   and   the
3..,.,, | ���';������ high    ,'; ��� - qu ���' ���'
nelthe    offi     ������ ���'' b    -���    ��� Pted.
On motion '��� was decided to ace"- I
ihe-  off r mad Vrthur  Smith
-, balf   el   tl ���     Westminstei    rchesti
to   provide   an    orchi stra       f
;-j. c- s        -.      lo]   re ea ���''.
u I
of
la
nil
ve in  arranging for the
namenl   was endorsed.
raised  the matter   if
' obiles enter the grounds
.        " n|i i aymenl of a small i n-
ce : i    and   the  suggi stion   was
I   ' ted.   The amouni of the
. ', '   ;  'eft   io  the   board   Of  control
'    i     'led.
e ' "��� flraan  Inquired    what    had
J* :''''   with the object of having
.,  ...
hotighi
*ei
it now         ������    ' !; lin  :- '
the  . ,   eye   ran   for  the-   presi
ye-.,.  Is In view, although nol a   b   I
of  the  usual  pack has lee-en  put  up.
The humpback salmon has made Its
appearand   In large    numbers    and
through Ions yew    ",' observation the
cannerymen 1  1�� im�� I that the appearance of the humpback is a signal
for the disappearance of the sockeye,
Humpbacks were first noticed yesti
Hav in the traps al the mouth of the
river,   and   lasl   night  a   nun
them were ca ighl in the n
river.    During    Tuesdaj
yesterday   aboul    i"-1""
were caught In the nap-
will undoubtedly in
VOLIVA ABANDONS LAST
REMAINS OT ZION CITV
that he recognized Chief Mcintosh's voice over
the telephone, Mr, Brymner refused
'���i allow Andei si n to leave the jail
without a written notice from the
chi E of police to the effect tbal thi
fine ha I bei n paid, The chief 'i'i
not feel thai he was bound to do this,
and returned the fine money to Mr.
Falch, whei did ni I pr -��� i ed any I
ther In the matter.
During the tim-   lhal the Inte v
den  Armstrong was -.n charge al  the
jail,  II   was customaiy   for  the  ��� 'ei"''
of poii' i' to infoi ui blm by teleph ini
when anyone   pal | thi   I Ine
���   _  al   the  police  station,  an 1    h   ���
ml |   be Immi II itelj   ri le isi I
Ihis   a; rang* mi nl   h 11 nol   been   followed oul -im'   Mr. Bi  mner re eived the appointmi il
-ts on the
eighl and
humpbacks
on the gulf
and the number
hips   now   on     lhe     coasl
'" 'his porl during exhibition
to day.    Fishermen
crease  from  day
are looking for one more fairly good
manager  replied  that  run. bul done, expeel tc   - the sea-
:- than Sun lay nig ii
-   .: ,  \u. ���'.   :: fui ed th
tion thai   :: a ������ ointi -1   by  Judge
thi United States listi
,.,, ,.-���, ., coreci ivi r with John C.
;j; . |; . now in charge of the Z ��� n
city property, and unheeded In hi-
protests against the sale of the lace
f1 industries, Overseer Wilber Glenn
Voliva, who usurped the leadership of
John Alexander Dowie, yesterday asserted his defiance of the forces
againsi him and declared he would
abandon Zion city to establish a col-
i i,.   of his own elsewhere.
Police   Protection   Needed.
Bi Ifast,   \a     ������   Th      triki
tlon   again   is   ��� ei lo is.    The
made   to settle   the   carters'   dli
havi-   failed   and   all negotiations  on
tin- subject have been broken off. The
cartel's  declare thej   will  flgbl   to  .-
finish.     The   coal   men's   dispute   has
again   broken out,   involving  fifty  import firms.   Police who were protecting wagons wen- yesterda) Btoned by
mill workers.
ductlon works and Btnelh rs will be
put in operation al the mines, Instead of shipping the crude ore by
���steamer to Tacoma, which is now
done.
"I don't |i)<e to seem disobliging,"
saiel lie- 'You see ("ol. Orion���he lias
been there for some months and is
well posted���and not hampered as I
am."
Dr. Banks said he' had a loi h a! th
outside workings of the Reynolds-Alaska company, whai is called the Bar-
rlck property, and thai a man named
Buza rd I also doing some i xtensive
developmenl   work  mi  the  island.
The colom l explained thai he went '.
to Latouche Island on   iugusl  1, 1906,'
and worked until    December    1,   Hei
came out,  went  to Chicago, and i -n:
with   liis  diamon i   drill   agialn,
landing March 23, of this year,   He Is
noi  going home for a shorl  visit, bul
Is coming hack.
"That Beatson property .sure beats
'< ni all," said he, "Nobody know -
how big ii Is, or how mui h money It'
worth, Dr Banks has a g< od Idea, I
fancy, from his month's work up
thi re. 1 mei Mr. K< II. r, i tie ol the
blgh-i lass mining englnei rs  In  there
hi 's   ex elorlng    for    the   <; if  , n
hi Ims."
Col   Orton would n< I  aay who had
n     Dr,   i: inks,     bul     from     >t n i
��� a   II   is  learne I  authoritatively
" al   thi   Rothchlld -   are  the   i
conti mplatli     the pui  '���   e   oi    the
���' , -on  property,   Thi   consi ei ition      Tanglei     Am:   8    tn a long state
��� I   - .   ...     figure   betw en    ' '' '  ' ' '"' Rtt)Bu11' l?1"
ad    even oi   i ;- ol   mil
. , ..,  h  ;   ,,    |    ,. ,.���,,,;.   ,,,,,   Lean a pi    me  . "   -     thi  ti achery
lanl combiniatlon i I the high-clai i ,:   '
roperties on the Island  may be the
n i!  objective of the  European mil-
lain B,    'I here   are'   nol   more  Ihan
Assistant   Plstticl   AttorEey   Mi
who is  conducting  thi   Investigation
has had ihis copy ol tbe constitution
translated and It ai pears from it thai
the central  committee  Of the  Hunchaklst. which is the governing 'hi*, nol
the- supreme group of the orgairfis
tlon,   mav      ���; -, mn   any  mi mber to
death,   The vote In the central com
mlttee,   whi h   numbers   fiv- .    mus-
however, be unanimous, and the pi -
son thus Bmgled "ui  for death hum
appeal to the general convention, The
gem ral  convention  may likewise, by
unanimous vote, cnn lemn any  mem
ber iei death, and In such a case there
is iiii i ighl of appeal,
Kadarlan has been summoned to
tell whai he knows aboul the society
and Its workings.
RAISULI EXPLAINS WHY
HE CAPTURED MACLEAN
, I bandit wl        '    I    \ Sir li irrj Mac-
Lean a pi: som '.'<''    the ti acl
for his
capture of MacLean. Raisuli Bays
i hal iu the course of bis neg itiations
with the man who is now his prisoner
 ons! i"'"vi""i:   '���' th'   capture,    he    (Ral
pital Interested In coppei  prop-   "'"",  ''K,'l[ ""'    '' ''  """van."-    and
fertles   in  Boston or   Mew   fork   who  ^"','<''1"   I ' :' ' "'  him a safe con-
uld command the bi i -e -      I an ��� x-  due( lf he ,''"",'l l'    ' ' F"7 and  ,av
rl   like Dr. Hanks, or swing a deal
his troubles befoie the sultan,    who
"Little Bobs" Not Coming.
1/irnl en. Aim. 5.���Asked by tiie Canadian press association whether the
reporl was true Hint he Intended visiting Canada in September, Lord Roberts replied expressing bis regret tint
ei He., magnitude which Is evid nl Is I w<��uld  "'"'<"lv them.
now under way on Uti uehe   Island,      Rft,su11
By   fl   process    of    elimination,     the
Rothehlldl  alone are  left  and    their
great   wealth  makes  Ihe  deal one of
ordinary accomplishment.
m, ad written to the captains of the  sua las:  longer
oele	
' ' ���
Reived
K an |
t;ii" of th
in
Will
'' '"ul Egerla inviting them
il"  festivities and  he  bail
acknowledgments      from
acceptance  from  the cap-
Shearwater,    The Eg iria
 ni'    of her    long   surveying  Boats between Nev.
'" "'" north, would be unable j Steveston  averaged  i
"'"inimii-. i TTi B  r.-i..i,, ,        '! yesterday,
.rs  se-
The St.  Ma nue, cannerj
cured good catches 1
evening,  bringing  town   H    '    -"'",
salmon.    St. Mun."
000 fish all sockeye
offer, but
while be was arranging for the journey government troops. Instigated by
the sultan's bad advisfcrSj Sidi Mohammed, the Moroccan minister of
war, and General Badgani, chief of
the sultan's army, plundered and devastated his property at Zilat and
captured some of his relatives,
In   tho   meantime   Sir   Harry   Mac-
Almost Swims  Channel.
-I she'': abandon the old hulk and I it would be Impossible for him to dol    i>"vei-,    England,    Aug.    6.���Jabez
-!.      an sink for all of me," declared , so this year. Wolfe,  the  amateur  swimmer,    in a
V     ,.e   as  he  was  leaving  the  court' ��� fifth  attempt   to   swim   the    English ] Ijean   hm1   sh()wn  binl  a  letter from
a   er his petition had been denied and Negroes  Threaten   Lynching. channel  today had   accomplished    a the sultan promising him safe   con-
the sale of the Zion city lace factory,    Muskogee, I. T. Aug. G.-���A mob of record swim faun the South foreland,  dud. bul Raisuli says he had also ob-
: - ee hal been ordered. [negroes has surrounded the office of  getting   within   three-quarters    of   a j talned a copy of another letter writ-
"It   is  my   purpose   now  to  gather jthe United States marshal here In an   mih      I   Cape  Blanc.   France, in  the  ten by the sultan to the minister of
my   followers   about   me  as   soon as i attempt to reach white men who were   fast   time ol la 1-2 hours,  when the  war,  instructing the latter to attack
,  anl   pessii.U  and leave, When I gol will | arrested    today   under    suspicion of  mm  cf the tide carried    him   away, Raisuli, convinced him of the treach-
take a big following .along to e3tab-1 having  stacked   a   14-year-old   negro
! :ill"l on Page Fight.)
lish a new colony.'
girl.
of  the tide carried     him
rom  the- land  an.l   necessitated  the ery of the sultan and he   therefore
; lishnjent of bis attempt, made a prisoner of the English cald. THE DAILY NEWS.
WED:\'__
EAT
New Stock Patterns
NEMO
OFj
JUST OPENED
 AT	
MOREVS
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding gifts.
BND
"LALLA" DESCRIBES
SALMON
Delegate From Port Arthur
Who Visited This City
Writes Interesting Article
IIOWAT.  REID /.
II    ters.   solicitors,   eto^i Bar��*
ters
street,  opposite
Westminster
Westminster
e 14
Eejj
DATES OF FAIRS, 1907.
Official   List of   Exhibitions  Throughout the  Dominion.
Tbe following
.Mi*-; Funny Read, who, under ihe
pen name of l.alia. contributes to the
women's page of the Port Arthur
Evening Chronicle, Is the author ofl
tbe following interesting article on
salmon canning in N'ew Westminster. I >I<
Follow directions
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. 2
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
w
HTMsini-:
Five Cents A Bar
IO.VDs d
ters and n i,."""*
Columbia  stree ,""'le Blk.,
,'."'"��n.ster
' '���  ''-iiiionds.
W. J. Whites
MR- J. P. HAMPTON BOLP .
"I    tor of He��� , ,>"   *cl.
Canadian   Bank of  i        ..' ���(f ��*
lng,  Columbia '^
office, New We l''03t'
loan. '   Mone.v to
s  __  ���
This  lady journalist  was one of the
delegates attending the monster con-
is the official list ofl vention of Councils of Women held 111
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  ANO   FASTEST^
ft
EMPRESSES
t*
18,000 / EllPRESS OF BRITAIN \ 14,500
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IRELAND i      TONS
Particularly low rates from the
Old Country. Reservations made
here for all sailings.
Empress of Britain    July  2Ctb.
For  particular apply
ED. COUL-ET,
C. P. R. Ageut.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Excursion rates to all points East
July 3rd, 4th and 5th; August Sth,
9th and 10th. Tickets good for three
months.
ED. GOULUT,
C. 42. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
fairs and exhibitions slated to take
plane throughout the Dominion this
fall. With the possible exception of
Central Park, tbe dates are certified
correct by the manager of the New
Westminster exhibition, Mayor W. H.
Keary.
���Washington state fair. North Yakima. Sept. 2i! to L's, G. A. Graham.
Secy.
Cenl ral Canada exhibition, Ottawa,
Sept. 13 to 21, B. McMahon, Sec;;.
Dominion exhibition, Sherbrooke,
Que.. Sept. 2 to 1. William Tomlinson,
Secy.
Canadian national exhibition, Toronto, Ont., Aug. 26 to Sept. 9, ,1. O.
Orr, Secy.
Fredericton exhibition, Frederlcton,
jV. B.. Sept. II to 21, W. S. Hooper.
Secy.
Xelson exhibition, Xelson. B. C
Sept LS, 10 and 20, D.C.McMorris,
Secy.
Keiowna exhibition, Kelowna, B.C..
Sept. 19 and 20, J. W. Wilks, Secy.
Kamloops exhibition, Kamloops, B.
C. Sept. 1ft, 20, anel 21, M. Beattie,
Secy.
Armstrong exhibition. Armstrong,
B, ('.. Sept. 24 and 25, .1. B. Bird.
Secy.'
Vernon  exhibition.  Vernon,    I!
Vancouver  du
last  month.
ing the early  pari
ot
9
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v.
v
was nicely  >J
ill thai l saw  !���!
$
Vancouver, July 19.
De ir Folks at Home:
Have yon made use of any canned
salmon lately'.'    Ami  if so lias il  ever
occurred to you    to    wonder how- it
was prepared,    ami  if    it
| anel cleanly done.   After
I yesterday [ am quite prepared to give
i you all tiie reasurance necessary, The
! ladies of New Westminster, the "Royal City of the West," extenili-el  to us
a most hearty invitation to visil their
i city  and,  incidently one of tin- can-
I ning factories near by.
Xew  Westminster is about    twelve
miles from Vancouver, ami an electric'
railway connects the two cities.  Yesterday   afternoon   immediately    after;
lunch three cars were  plaooel  at    our
service and we set out.   It was a most j
delightful ride, first  through the out-
lying districts then    a    new  section j
where   summer   cottages   and   pretty
little  homes  rise  from   the   midst   of
huge   blackened   stumps.
On   arriving   in   Xew  Westminster I
we  found  tbe Beaver with  steam  up
at  the   dock,  and   before   very  many:
minutes we were enjoying a most de- :
C, I lightful  sail  up  the  Fraser   river.    It
BRIGHT   DAYS
_ SHOW   UP   THE   BARE   SPOTS
Call ami s.^our new lines of   FURNITURE.      Tin- best of
woods,   the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,   and
the most reasonable of prices
W. E.
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MARTIN   WEA!
ba/rUlci'3   -
3ces:    Xew  W {'      ';���'
corner  Clarkson  , .   ..,-���,_ ��"��
Vancouver, rooms i  145 n���
cille street.   J >sepl K ��*}'
w.  Weait, W. 1; ';��� u" ������
Bourne.    Mr. Marl ,.  be' la tlu
Friday at
Westminster
ternoon
GFORGF E. MAI
Solicitor, Oul
Ci.i and McKenzie-
tulnster, fl. C.
" iter md I
-. Colum.
-"'*' Wett I
FUReMTURE    EMPORIUM
V
716 and 718 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.       Rear Extension.   Front St.   >,:
w. MYERS GRAY, B        ir,Solicitori
and Notary p .    , |ce slM
J si) 1 al New v. e- er. B.C. Of
fices removed to C Hoi k, Clark-
son   street, oppi ' irl House,
P.0   Box 109.   Tele: b ine 64.
W.
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   VOL'   BANK .WITH
������   The =���
Date
Grand Trunk
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAJX,
Assistant  Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embolic-; the newest   and best ideas
fcr   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly   illuminated   train ' in   the ' ''"
world.      The   equipment   consists   of
private   compartment   cars,   standard! We
16  section  sleepers, luxurious  dining
Sept. 2(5. 27 and 28, C. Godwin, Secy.
Salmon Ann exhibition, Salmon Arm
B. C, Sept. 30, Oct. 1, J.D.McGuire.
Secy.
Agasslz exhibition. Agassiz, B.C.,
Sept. 2nd, A.  Agasslz, Secy.
Mission exhibition, Mission, B.C.,
Sept.  IT, A.M.Verchnre. Secy.
Chiiliwack exhibition, Chiiliwack.
B.C. Sept. IS and Ifl, G. W. Chadsey, Sec*.
Delta exhibition, Ladner, Sept. 20
-���niii 21, A.deR. Taylor, Secy.
Surrey exhibition. Surrey Center,
Sept.  21,  II,   Bose, Secy.
Victoria exhibition, Victoria, B.C.,
Sept. 2-1 to 28, J. Smart, Secy.
Langley exhibition, Langley, B.C.,
Sept.  25, W.J.Mcintosh, Secy.
Centra! Park exhibition, Central
Park, Sept. 19-20-21, 1907. W. J.
Cunningham, Secy.
Provincial exhibition.   New   Westminster,   Oct 1, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, W.H.
Keary, Secy.
TIDE TABLE-Fraser River
NEW WESTMINSTER.
For   week   ending  Aug.   I,  1907.
Hitfh Low
Water      Water
Time      Time
! Monday
Wednes lav
Friday
Sal ui'ilav
S. 50
22.00
10.00
22.40
11. 2H
23.15
12.50
23.50
14.20
0.25
15.55
1.05
16.50
I.nil
16. 10
5.00
16.55
6.00
17.1 '
e . 2 1
17.43
8.20
IS.30
9.20
V.i. 15
10,10
21.03
Dat
Monday
SANDHEADS.
High Water
Low Water
Thursday
car, reclining  chair cars  (seats free),
modern   day  coaches   and  buffe^,  library and  smoking cars. !,,,.,
..          .        m vi .   tj u I ��' inlay
I-or Time Tables, bolders, or any;
further information call on or write:
Time iH'ghl Time
... S.12 10.0 2.54
21.20 13.S I 1.22
s lay    9.21 10.1 3, 10
21,59 13.3 15, in
IneBday   ,.  10.38 9.7 1,15
22.36 12.7 16.00
Id
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
.   12.0S 9.6
23.11 12.2 16.53
. .13.48 9.9   (J.:;:;
2::. 17 11.7  17..".:;
I Saturday ..  ..   L5.16 10.6   7.21
   19.15
Sunday   ..    . .    0.26 11.3    8.11
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
i��;. 1 <j 11
211.
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
es and Records
General  Repairing.
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and!
FAIRBANKS.    Daily trains  (except  The	
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,: CFfDMn  HAND
express    and    freight    connect    with   ^KaVJlSU-nAiyU
was a  most  beautiful   afternoon  and I
we enjoyed the sight of the river and
admired  the huge bridge,  the  woods I
along the bank, in fact everything we
saw.    To me it felt  quite like hom,"
to  be on  the  water     once  more.
When we readied (he St. Mungo
cannery we were rather disappointed 1
to learn that there was no eateb in
just then so that we could not see
all the operations, but we saw just
where and were told just how it was
done. In the first place everything
was spotlessly clean, vats and troughs
filled with running water were on all
sides. When the fish come in from the
boats they are taken to the cleaning
vats, here with a rapid slash the fish
is opened, cleaned ami passer] along
to be washed and decapitated. From
here it goes tie a series of carriers
where it passes through a machine
wiih knives not unlike the blades of
a disc harrow, if you know what that
is like. By these knives ii Is cul into
correct lengths for fhe cans, and passing along tei another machine the fish
is popped Into the cans, Yet another
instrument fits on the lids: farther
yet and these are punctured In the
center to permit steam to escape. The
cans are now ready for the retorts
where they are cooKed for twenty
minutes. As they are taki n from the
boiling water em huge trays Chinese
workmen rapidly seal the lids with
-"lee,;-, other num following close
the punctures in the lids, It is very
much like the process of canning
fruil by placing the jars in the water
and  boiling tbem.
Nothing remains now bul tee add
the bright labels and box the cans for
shipmenl  to all paris of the world.
The last pari of the perform inee -
ne did see, ibe. cans coming from the
boiling water and being sealed. After
we bad viewed this we wenl to the
side ni' ibe- building where mea were
punching oul the ends of cans from
lit. sheets of tin. The machines were
6.6 worked by fool power and required
quite an amouni of muscle to �� k
Ihem.
Hack in New Westminster again of
course- the nexl feature was tea, ���<--���.
on a lovely shaeiy lawn where all the
trees were fairly loaded with rlpeninf
pears, plums and apples, and cherries
ripe, red and juicy and as big as-
well no, I know you'll say I'm
stretching the truth, bul any way
you can'l prove- It���quite as big
round as���oh, I can't think of a comparison, but larger than a quarter,
Besides those on the ices there were
ureal dishes of them placed on little
tables for UM- to help ourselves���and
we dill.
In the evening we returned again
to Vancouver feeling thai we had had
a  perfect afternoon,
LAL-LA.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER    45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and
a year on Saving's Bank deposits.
iay interest four times
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
F.   HANSFORD Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., 1 ent block, j
corner     Columbia     and McKenzie |
streets, New Westminste B.C.
���BOARD OF TRADE.��� N'ew Westmii..]
ster Board of Trade meets in tae)
Board Room, City !���: ::, as follows;
Second Wednesday 0! each montli,
Quarte.ly meetings on the second|
Wednesday    of     Fe ruary,   May,
August and November, at S p. m.
Annual meetings    on   the   secoail
Wednesday     of     February.    Net]
members   may   be   proposed  and |
elected at any monthly or quarter:
meetiig.   A. K. Wh^e, Sec.
I, O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO, 27��� |
The regular meetings of this li
are held in Oddfellews' hall, C
bia street, every  Monday even::
at 8 o'clock.    Visiting brethren cor-j
dially Invited to attend,   S. Gregorj
N. G.; C. S. Richmond, V. G.; W. C i
Coatham, R. S.;  J. W. M> Don
F. S.; Alex. Adams, Treaa
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
B.  E.   WALKKR.
HEAD   OFFICE,
President.
TORONTO.
ALEX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager,
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE N:.!
���Meetings the flrst and third Tuefl
day In each month. Vlsitlafl
brethren cordially Invited to I
Lodge room, A. I >. U. W. hall, 0d*[
fellows'  block. Clarkson street
S. Corrlgan, recorder;   Louis Witt, |
master workman,
A GENERAL  BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'   BANKING.
Every facility  afforded   Farmers for   their  banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BV   MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
Out-of-town accounts  receive every a tentlon.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,030,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New C undland, and  in   London,   England
New York, Chicago and Spoka ne, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen
era! Ban:.';;:? Business Transac ��� id.
Letters of Credit Issued, available wit!, correspondents in all parts o* the
Worl.I.
Savings  2ank  Department.     Deposits   received in sums of {1 and upwards
and Inl     ssl allowed at 3 per ce::t. per annual  (present rate)  added
fcur tines a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00,
NEW WESTMINSTER branch G. D. BRYMNER, Manage"
ROSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE   No. I
115,  SONS  OF   ENGLAND, B. S.
Red Rose Degree meets Second and j
Fourth Wednes lay of i " h n
In K. of P.  Hall, Columbia SL, at
8 p. m.. White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday   In   each month, sans
time and  place.    Visiting Bi iti
cordially    Invited.      E.  B. Sl n a
combe. Pres.. H. Disnev, Secretary,
.OURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I0.F,
���Meets the Fourth Frie i
month at 8 o'clock, In the
hall, Oddfellows' block. VI :
brethren are cordially Invited ti attend. .1. I). Rushton, C. K-. !���'��� v-
Maxwell, R. 3.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No.8308,
a. 0. F.~ The regular meetings oi
tins Lodge are held on the Secona
am) Fourth Tuesdays e.f each mon
at 8 p. m. In the Oddfellows Hau.
Visiting Iirelhren are" cordials ��
vlteei to nttend. E. C. Firth, C. h-
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
r~~~~
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5.9
I.ll
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7..")
I.I
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stages, at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Manager,;
Vancouver. B. C.
���FOR���
Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Ccl.:m__i3 and  Frcnt St:
Three  i nys   who   wandered    away
STORE  (]'"m  "";i'  homes at Vancouver
supposed to be In thia city, and th ���
city police have been requested to be
on the lookoul for them, The In Is
are aged twelve, fourteen and eight-
Phone 275 een respectively,
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Door
s,
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
\t*m �������'�������������^^����
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meei everj Wi :
at s o'clock p. in-, in Odilfeho��
Hall, Columbia street, visit���
Brethren are cordially lnv'te<L!rJ,
tend. Ceo. Barr, S. C; N. U- Br��^'
Sec.
80N3 OF 6C0TLAND BENEFIT Aj
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE KM.W
CAMP, 191.���MeetBon the Firsts
Third Tuesday oi every mono"
K. of P. Hall. John McNIrffl,
Chief: J. .1. Fnrreater. Rec ��_^.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
Following Ls the location and '"'J1;
ber of the lire alarm boxes In the    /���
5���Asylum.
6���Itoyal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue- an.l  Blight.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
Ill���Second ami Park K"u
14���Columbia ami  Dufferin
IB���Sapperton. ..
23���Queen's  avenue and  Sin
and Second,
ami  Fourth,
2-1��� ...oal avenue
25���Fifth avenue
26���Fifth avenue and Elgn '���
27���Third avenue ami Tenth,
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34-Schaake Machine Wi rt
3fj_Columbla and McKenzie.
op,���C. P. R.  Station.
42���Small and nuckland
Mills. n,rcDAV. AUGUST 7, 19C7.
THE DAILY NEWS.
^"^ ��� enE.  By-law  1889,  Amend-
��"*���,,* By-law, 1907.
< i-1her    airienn    th���
.-Liquor Licen-     ^^^^^g���
Tlii'i"'-"
Btloaofthe.^
enacts ai
���������+<> ���*������,
��������^������>��������������������������^��#��������4#��#����>>������������������^��������������^��������������*������������
ouncll of the co
; New Westmlnsti i
Men's Odd P.
(1)
Si
q lalified electors :���'-.-
Iiv sion in which , n
12    of    tli"    "Li i
.ilie"* L889"  "  '""':'y    :*
H ...   wing  substitute
;-..'   '
��� ase for the --..!���
.  . ranted unless, en .
"N"    v ...    ���  -    requirements ai
,        thai  behalf required i
;������ oi   requisition for tl
:ense, signed '"���
]_______________________________________.__________________i
.,.-. ,     ���       ��� '���  "'-   >��  respect   ol
ense U  sought,    be   ..- -
e clerk or acting eli rl
rp, . ���  the time of .i. liv-
e pi tltion mentioned   .
���   bylaw, and lv.- ���
'.. -     - '   the  ���";l"11' to  I
nd  the  boai :
t be bom    '    grant such lic< n ���
',    , a ol the majority oi
. thi  public Inl  re I
pi  vide ! 'li il thi
. . fled   for shall  not
I ., , pon any application
;i . For the purp<  ���
(... i the  city shall be divided
.. ug   livisions:
that portion of the cil
;,_ ���.., t ol ihi  ml : ,:���- of 12th s  ��� ���
2nd that pe rtlon of the city ':.- -
ij ., -   ..   ���- ���   tn  i He of 12th -   eel
i   - He of Sth street.
al portion of the citj   j -
,   ,-een the mid-lie of 8th street,
:... i : 4th street, and a line
being  thi   northeasterly  boundary  of
ireel   prod iced    to  the    Fraser
4th.   All that portion of the city ly-
:.   ,   ������i i; the third division, anil the
i ���  ..    boundary   of   Que en's
park and a line being the aaid north-
boun I,ery  ef said  park,  pro-
thi   northwesterlj   boundary
cf the- city,  and   to  tne Fraser   river,
, ��� ��� tain parcel ol land on the
li  of said river included with-
limlts < f the city.
AH that portion of the city not
It taded In  the  divisions herein- I
_��crilH.,l.
.'   This bylaw may be cited as the
License Bylaw  18S9, Ami -. I-
���enl Bylaw 1907."
i in   and passi 'l  In < pen    c
II - ..'h 1 day of duly. 1907,
L S       \V. A, DUNCAN, City Clerk,
\V. il. KEARY, Mayer.
SPECIAL VALUE IN WORSTED GOODS AT
$3.00 THE PAIR.
SEE EAST WINDOW
SEP EAST WINDOW
The ���
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ENGLISH BRASS AND IRON BEDS
Just received a shipment of Brass and Iron
Beds direct from Birmingham, Eng.    They
are handsome, str ng and durable.   Come
see the line.
White Bedspreads, Sheets and Pillow Cases
Come and in pect, A great variety.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT   BLOCK, PlllUie 73        NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
DOCTORS DISCOVER
MENINGITIS CURE
�� $1.50 per Gallon
���     AT
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LIME   JUICE
25c. a bottle
RYALL'S DRUG STORE:
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F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
7uo   drtors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches  from $12.75 up
ientlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
fai ���. $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches)  double
���    ���    $7.50  up,
'���.-���:,��� tor the celebrated South TVuil
' lies   Bupplled   to    the    Welhnan
Ai tic Exueditlon.    All warranted.
. Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc,
Watch   repairing;    charges   reason
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Td. 113. Office, Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
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Daily
News
BRING  BIG  RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
Most Important Medical Discovery of Recent Years-
Rockefeller Money Helped
Cleveland, Ov, Aug. 6.- .'���
t<> private advici s ri celve : ti nighl
ley the Leader from Xew V i,. a id
Castalia, Ohio, th wealth of John I).
Rockefeller has made possible thi
cure of meningitis,
Dr. Simon Flexenor, New York advices say, has discovered a serum that
will cure the heretofore fatal disease.
Experiments made at  Castalia    have'
demonstrated the- efficacy of the serum.    Dr. Flexenor is the head of the
Rockefeller  institute'  f<T  medical research in New York.    He will return
from   Europe   In   a   few  days   and   Is
then   expected   to   announce   his   dis-
, overy  through  the   proper  < h innels.
Much of the credit for the success
of the serum  will fall upon a Cleve-
and  man.    Dr. George T,  I.ail. c -a-
nected with the Lakeside hospital and
I Western    Reserve    Medical    college
checked an epidemic of the disease In
lOastalla, Ohio, last spring, Since then
physicians  there  and  Dr.   Ladd  have
been In almost constant communication with Dr. Flexenor. wlm Is watching   the   experiments,     The    results
there are- wonderful, the doctors say.
Las;  March an epidemic of raenin-
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lately and heard the latest
Edison, Columbia and
Victor records? Over 6000
selections, from grand
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[CO/SON II
SO)  JUST RECEIVED-
Large new consignment of
Dominion, Nordheimer
and New Scale Williams
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New Westminster's Music House,   ���   Columbia St.
WE ARE US1BG PURE CAHADIAH MILK W
MAKES OLD THINGS NEW
C'llll'J lltwttt instantly restores
the brilliant newness and finish of
pianos, Furniture, Picture Frames
''' '-ier Woodwork, Hardwood
Floors, and ali polished, Vearnished
M enameled surfaces.
It renews and redresses everything it touches. Revarnishing is
unnecessary, becatises scratches,
8t-ains and dirt instantly disappear, leaving a smooth, brilliant
Burface.
Mqulil Uenw is rot a varnish, but
a surface food that ia absorbed by
1 ��'��� old finish, instantly restoring
the latter to its original bright-
less. Easy to use���only n piece
of cheese cloth is necessary. I)ri'.-3
instantly.
One delighted customer writ-3
that it is worth $100 pcr bottle.
��he price is only 50 cents.
A 'ew trli[ bolt.es ��t ICc. e.ir.'i
��olU by
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-The Milwaukee"  TENDERS_WANTED
"The  Pioneer  Limited"  St.  Paul    o
Chicago,  "Short   Line"   Omaha  to
Chkagoi  "South    West    Limited
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  train?   in   the   service   on   any
railroad  in  the  world that  equal in
eqnSment thai of the Chicago, Milwaukee  &  St,  Paul  Railway.    They
own and operate their own seeping
ZfdSng cars on alll-**�����*
rive their patrons an  excellence  ol
Service  not obtainable  elsewhere.
H  S  ROWE. General Agent.
| tM Third St-  cor Alder. Portland. Or.
500 Cords of Ian Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Niahest_Cash_Price Paid
advertise in THE NEWS
I gitis struck Castalia. Nineteen per-1
sons wen- affected. Three were subjected tee ordinary fever treatment
v. nn they exhibited the first Indications of the disease. Under ordinary circumstances, when the phy-
, .Icians would leave had no warning
of the approach of the disease, tli- .-e .
patients would undoubtedly have
been seized so violently before warning ha I heen given that they, too,
| would have' died.
I    As soon as it  became evidenl  tin
I the attack wee- general the physician!
of the village senl out an appeal for
j help.   Dr. Ladd had been a close- stu-
1 denl of the experiments of Dr.' Flexenor and sen! for the serum.   When
I it came he went to Castalia and  ap-
: plied it in three cases���thai of n man
: 23 years old, a girl of 16 and a boy ol
< :!.   The girl's  case  was  one  of  the
worsl in th ��� list.
Xot  one Of the three ease s in Which
the serum had  been  tried  was  I ist,
All the ] alien's are now on the way
| to recovery.
"It  wei? fl ino-et   remarkable i -
ery," saiel Dr, S. Oorsuch of Oastalla
today.   "Nol one of the patients could
have   positively   gol   well,    The' girl
, w.is  one  of   the   firsl  attacki 6   an I
was almosl el  id when the serum was
i applied,    No one though!   shi   would
I recover, bul now she is getting well.
"We   doi tors   have    said    noil
ahout the matter bi cause eet the I i I
thai the' easi s wer-' of an expi rim n
al   nature.    Howevar,  we   ha. i
Dr, Flexenor In  coastanl   I   i h
t   the progres s of the ; atlenl - and fi   '
thai   thi   ' xpi rlments   have    dem m-
strated  absolutely   thai    the    serum
win  cure  meningitis,    one    ol
worsl diseases In the human call tidm
has  been  cured, without   a  doubt."
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS Uf
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The  COWAN CO., Ltd.,  TQROtfTP
Ladies, Win
$15���or���$10
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First. $15; second, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR  -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed all thai is necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  BTREET, New  Westminster. Tllephon* 333.
OH
Fire   in  Ball   Park.
Han  Francisco, Aug, 6,���The gran I
stanel  and buildings    nt    fiecreati
Dasebal] park are burning,
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to 6 p. m, of Aug-j
usi  12, 1907, tor the purchase of the
Eollowlng machinery:
l  medium speed Doty engine center crank, 150 h, p. driving wheel, 10	
feet   dla. 20 Inches face, with Peed-
water heater,  complete,  in  good  run-| HOTEL GUESTS.
njng order.                                            Guichon���F,   G,  Shaw   Kepel, Vie-
l clutch pulley 96 In, x 10 ln, face'toria: ,1. \. Wright, Montreal;  a. F.
, -_s |UIR. MacKenele, Vancouver; o. A. Knefer,
x II In, face Ir-   A   1'��>:-  Vancouver;   C.  B. All-^n,
1  clutch pulley 50 In
I 7-S bore.
1 wrought iron rim, split, bl in. x
12 In. face 4 7-8 bore.
2 100 light D. c. Incandescent dynamos. 110 volts.
Machinery can be seen at light station. Tenth street, New Westminster.
W. A. DUNCAN,      H	
OityeClerk,   Lake;   Andrew    Kay,  Vancouver;
City Hall, New Westminster.    July i Gray,  It. Stanford, city;  Frank Cav
81, 1907. I<... Chiiliwack.
Toronto,
Windsor���N. Shaffer, Hamilton; A,
D, McEachern, Chiiliwack; J, Hamer-
rmark and wife. Cloverdale; .1. E.
Roach, Amherst, N. S.; N. S. I.mi.
hoed, Port Haney; Mrs. J. McKihbon,
Mission.
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Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & FL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between a!;
points east, west and south to Reiss-'
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
adian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    with ,
������tage r'lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
I iooi.
i Leave Day Train Arrive
|  9.20 a.m Spokane ,...7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
y.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NOUTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-Ughted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates te  Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
MMgnBHJHMHMHI THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily Xews Pub-
sbing   Company   Limited,   at   their
fflces.   corner   of   Sixth   and   Kroat
streets, New Westminster, 13. C.
E.  A. Paige Manager
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display    advertising,    10;
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
the   inch.      Five   cents   per  line   for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
We in Great Britain anil Ireland trust
to hunger.   I do not mean that without force or hunger there will  be noi
soldiers  in the  worl!.  but  I  do mean!
that, without, one or the other of these i
grim   recruiting sergeants  no    nation
could maintain even a skeleton of its
    present military strength for a single
coupled  with  the high   year.  .Most  nations use force;  we use
Don't be persuaded to use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapest
in the end.
198 W
wood  for fuel,
price of coal, will cause people to hail hunger.
with satisfaction the promise of any- "At one time I was engaged in pass-
thing which can be use.I as a substi- ing the rich into the army as officers,
tute.    The gas stove for cooking and , and the great triumph of my life was
i the gas "log" for heating are coming when I got the stupidest man I have
Por   time   contracts,   special   posl-1 into   use  very  largely nowadays,  and ever    known into    the    Foot Guards,
tions, apply to advertising maaager.     I tilere    jS    no   doubt    that   a concern where  he was    conspicuous    for    his
CIVIC HOLIDAY
In accordance with the requesl of
a number of citizens, l hereby declare
Wednesday, the- 11th ins;, a public
holiday, and respectfully request that
it be generally observed as such.
W.  H.  KEARY,
Mayor.
Mayor's office, Xew Westminster,
August fi. 1907.
Notices    of    births,    marriages   or
deaths,  50c.     Wants,  for sales, lost!
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent j enable rate the fuel essential for
per word. No advertisement taken j these up-to-date appliances, would
for e.- ., ;han 2, evaes, I soon work up a good business in New
Westminster, where the people are
quite ready to "catch on" to a good
thing, and where the scarcity of
'"help" would make a cooking stove
which diel away with all the bother
and mess of woodshed and coal bin
and    ash   barrel,   a    most    desirable
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
Night  Office    B22
which was able to supply, at a raas-1 wealth  rather than his stupidity. Af-
terward for fifteen years I  belonged
to a service that brought    me    into
close touch with a class that supplies j
the ranks.
"In that time I passed more men
into the regular army than the most
persuasive recruiting sergeant in St.
George's barracks, and I never knew
one who enlisted to remain so. Every
man and boy who passed through my
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST  7,  1907.    | thing; to say nothing of the fact that! hands into the army was driven to it
our mild  climate suits a  heating ap-1 by  hunger.     Mr.   Kdmonsdon     niain-
AT IT AGAIN.
Tin- Columbian can hardly expect to
carry respectable people with it when
it calls the' Hon. Mr, Aj lesworth "the'
rankest politician of them all." We
do not know theii ther - are any men
in the cabinet al I)tta a.i who can
fairly be- describe-,! a l rink:" but
most certainly the stainless gentleman who holds the portfolio of justice
cannol be so spoken of by anyone
who has the slightest regard for truth.
One does not wonder, however, thai
he should be pursued with special
rancor by certain Tory editors, since!
In bis high intellectual ability, his
greal moral courage, and his scorn
of falsehood and meanness, he is
everything that  they are not. '
The immediate excuse for the Col-1
nmblan's latest outbreak is an alleged
abuse  of  the   pardoning   power,  and
in  support  of what   it says  it  quotes
articles which have their principal in- :
spiration in the notorious Orangeville
case, in  which a couple of cowardly
scoundrels, with the sin of murder on
their  souls, were   allowed  to  go  free'
by  the   Tory  government   of Ontario.
That   case  occupied   a good     deal  or
space  in   eastern   papers.     How  does
it, happen that we heard nothing of it
from the Columbian?
paratus which can be put out of busi-[tains that SO per cent, of our soldiers
through   hunger.
the   percentage
e'sss by turning a tap, yet. is always
ready to work up to full capacity at
a moment's notice, anil is so easily
regulated that the maintaining of a
gentle heat���jusi enough to countered the chill of a damp day In sum-
rniy
puts
mer-
of a
-is  as simple as the adjustment
hat pin.
HUNGER IS BRITAIN'S
GREAT RECRUITER
Lack of Food Drives Men
Into Ranks, Declares Cavalry Sergeant.
INDEPENDENT OPINION.
There are two things of which our
Conservative contemporaries ,are very
fond,   on" is sneering'at the manner
In which the patronage of the Ottawa
government   is   dispensed,    .md    the]
other Is  quoting from  papers  which '
can   be  represented   as  non-partizan
anything which appears to tell againsi
ll"' L,il evils.    One paper which is lnl
the habit of crilici.Mii::- both sides, bul
which appears to haw rather a leaning  towards   the  Conservatives,���the
Toronto  NTews,���Is  rather  a  favorite
.source of  such   quotations.      Now   iti
happe     to be 'a rael ,;, lt ,;,,. ybi   el
governn ��� at   ;,; Ottawa ' as refused to
gO   IU   fO*    jjj'g   ......,;,.������    .. <,.,.i,     .,,,,]   ||
is  'jI'",<> a   facl   tl a    C -nsi rvative
'-' '',i'i'!e ienl al Toronto has gone In
tor it heavily. One of the latesl instances is the eli.'' :; iS il of a police
raagls ti who is a I.ibe ral. Hei ��� Is
whal : he Tureen: i Sew a, which has
been n ady to lln l i xcuses for Mr.
Whitney's government when the ordinary man coul I ei ti > excuse, has in
sa. al ml this dismissal:
"It Is not necess iry to argue thai
Mr, Thomas Woodyatl was a-model of
per >onal or judicial pro] i iety. He
has hi - faults, like othi i men, and
anion. hese Is a hot temper which
loads : i ,���.���;, iion il outburs s of anger such as are sometimes svltn |
al the Parliament buildings. His
chii;' fa iit, however, In the eyes of
cerl iin Conservative workers was
thai he was a Liberal, and held an offii e with emolumenl -. It is no si crei
thai h   has been an objeel of pursuit
ever   Inci   thi   i h -. ovei nment,
and   '       i ...'-.'.;' ,   certain   B   nl
r'"',!       gymen was        id-send to irs
oj ��� mi nts       h   will i   memben d
thai his successor was nominate I
oven before he was dismissed, and it
woul I be difflcull to ge I better evidence of the temper of the patn ti ige
elemenl of the Conservative party In
Brantfi I, Whatever Mr. Woodyatt's
faults may be, generally he was a sat-1
Isfactory police magistrate, and If, on
one or two qui stlons, there was suspicion of personal bias, this Is true of
mosl men, of mosl police magistrates,!
and of mosl men wh > .il in the high
courts, It Mr. Woodyatl had been a
Conservative he would still be police
magistrate, Indeed, the complaints
which I-,l in his removal would hardly havi' received a moment's consideration by the government,"
London, Aug. 6,���H. W. Nevinson,
who has had a wide experience in the
British army, makes some pungent
remarks on that army in a review
of the book "John Bull's Army from
Within." by Robert Edmondson, a
former sergeant in a famous cavalry
regiment.    He says:
"Except the United States anl ourselves, all nations trust to force to fill
Ihe ranks of    their    regular    armies.
enlist   in   the
My experience'
higher."
Another  passage,  after a sarcastic
reference to Rudyard Kipling's raving
j about   the  "lordliest   life    on    earth,"
says: ^ IM,..^_��>*,
"T-et us remember that ilu- short
service scheme of 1903 absolutely
broke down, because after three years
of the lordliesl life on earth hardly a
soul would reenlist, Lot us remember
that of these recruits one in ten de-
serfs rather than endure i: longer, and
that suicides in the army are nearly
four times the number of suicides in
Civil life.
"So long as officers enter the army
as the best of all sporting clubs,
while we treat the Tommys as refuges in a superior workhouse, all of
Secretary of War Haldane's manipulation of figures and organizations can
produce no genuine reform.'
The
fashion Livery Stables
BELL, INGLES ft CO., Props.
Rigs of All Descriptions For
Hire      	
Smart Driving Horses
Natty Turnouts
Horses Groomed, Stabled and
Fed       	
Horses For Sale and Hire
BELL, INGLES   8:   CO.
Eighth Street   -    ���   Phone 250
URL ARE ONLY
LOT Of THE
30 acres of level tend with 1320 foot water
1 mile from the bridge, on the Great Northern Ra��
Price, $8 per foot
ON EASY TERMS.
'nntage>onlJ
av,
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AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  335 P. o. Rox 2
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>"flce 'Phone 18fi.       I'.arn  ftione 187
Columbia St.
Hagguge delivered    promptly  to any
part of the city.
on  Sth  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        -       -       SIO00
Several of these lots near the Vancouver car line
$175 each,   $25 cash,  balance $10 per month.
Better terms if you take more than one.
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Real
Estate
Phone 307 j
-FOR���
Marshal Bites Prisoner.
Blaine, Aug. 6.���Marshal Getty win
have to answer to the charge of assault anil battery before a justice of
the peace. In making an arrest recently ir is alleged thai the marshal
bit his prisoner, who    was    resisting
Victor Gramophones and Records
General  Repairing.
���The-
hiin. A scuffle ensued anel now th.'
What lhe United States trust tee I die! man with the teeth-marks on his
not  know  from first  hand  knowledge. I body is thirsting for revenue.
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ranges, Stove-.- anil all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia  and  Front Sts.       Phone 275
Walk-
A Good O
ne
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street,
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON- Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
ver
Tho "Stay 3a.tlsfa.ctory" Range.
"An abundanceof hot water,"
says the Monarch man, "is
quickly obi tin .1 and easily
kept ! "...: of the vi ry large
he ating _>ur�� u .. f line Monarch
;-i:i , ���.' in ion w.ii. r front. Jt
is loi ati d c .i the Kit side of
th'' fire 1. ������: and does notinter-
fere in the least with the |vr-
irct \vori.in_r of the oven."
Another large  shipment  of   WALK-OVER
goods received,  opened up and now ready
for sale.   But to sell them is an easy matter
THEY SELL THEMSELVES.
We have-on show the nobbiest of nobby in
Oxfords and boots, with black or tan, button
or lace, in the following leathers: Patent Colt,
Patent Calf, Gun Metal Calf. Platinum Calf,
Chrome Russia Calf, and Vici Kid. In fact,
styles and material to suit any taste whatsoever.
WE SELL HIGH-
GRADE SHOES
We invite inspection of our Ranges
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Paints and Oils 1S7 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
OT Agc-.'.a  f  r   "KLEENO" "tm
b. ME HARK RIG US PAI Oil r��"\,
Wimst
From our report of the proceedings
of the city council, II would be Been
lhal N'ew Westminster Is promised
yet an ither new Industry, this time
a gas-making plant. The new com-
lianj proposes to devote Itself to the
supply of gas for beating and cooking
purposes, and ihe growing scarcity or
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE
HOUSE, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
B ULI ET IN
Great Northern Railway
ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
AN!) KLTIIHN
Tickets on sale-Aug 8,9, 10, Se ;. ll, 12, 13 neet. Janiesi
Exposition,   Return Limit, Ninet;  Days.
A ove rate Is trom New  Westminster;    5C0   r   ui    S
Same rates apply tei Duluth; proportional -i.   low rate i
Washington and Oregon potats   Rate to    Chicago:    $"l
from New Westminster,  y;i io .' im  Spokane,  ������".'i.'1  '   ,!
Seattle.   Low rates to Omaha, [Caims City, SI   Loul     ���   '���
many uther eastern points
FOR A COMFORTABLE TRIP TAKE THE
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
Standard and tourlsi sleeper.i   dining oars and Con
Oh .    -, itions car,    Meals In   II. In ; i ar  on   the   n 11 i
e lan,   The "FAST MAIL" ts anoth ��� ��� go 11 train,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMIN3TEFT, B. C,
W.   '.. ROSS, Assist i.ei G me al  Pass, Agl., Seattl . '>	
��� LSPAy
AUG
UST 7, 1907.    ^
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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fe CasA Stores ]    CITY NEWS
lor Millinery Store
being occupied during this month by Thos.
Qifford. the jeweler, the millinery stock
���,;// occupy a portion of the Ready-to-
yjear Department at the rear of the main
store, where the sale of the balance of the
summer stock will be continued.
, aTe offering wonderful BARGAINS IN
MIMED MILLINERY during the next few days
**����������.��*��������
m * _l__fc4_k_._h_fc_fc_i,j
���   |   the straggle   will   be   :>.\e  ot j
giants.   The Victor; won 00 a
previous occasio:. and should they io
so  again  on  the   fourteenth   ��iI".   b<
entitled to keep  the handsome    cuj.
presented   to   them   by   M ij ir   Bus- :
combe.
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
apply
WANTED��� Waitress,
restaurant.
.<������;.': | 'a
tf
vV ANTED���I'i
glass works.
K>j3 to work ai
Apply at works.
: :,  ���
1 i
ie table. Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear Hats,
regulai' $2.50 and $3.25.    Choice  50c
ither lol up to $5.00, goat. ..$2.00
Iren's $1.25 Napoleon Hats go at. . 25c
ildren's 75c and 50c White Duck Tarns at	
  25c and 10c each
ren's Trimmed Flops, $2.50 lines for ... .$1.25
Come Early For These Snaps:
Ij Buster Suits (all new stock), $1.50 for.... 95c
Iys'Wash Blouses, all sizes, white and colored; $1-50 for  95c
|s'Wash Dresses, all sizes, white and colored; $1.50 for  95c
\$iSkirts, only a few left from the $2.50 and
$3,5'); so here they go, all one price now . .$1.50
Inly, Fine Linen Skirts, cut very wide and
beautifully tailored and elaborately finished
with liner, lace insertion; worth $7.50 and
$9.50.   Choice now  $2.75
" ���  25c  i sac     il   Kyles &.,    Accompanied   by  her   laughi ���:��� Ce-
-   eel cilia, Mrs   Bourke, wife of the deputj
warden of the I?. C. penitentiar; .
yesterday morning fir Portland, Ore.,
when- the ladies will attend the ci re-
jmony or  the   taking   of  the  veil   by
Miss Julia   Bourke,   whose    novitiate
will end on August. 8.    Owing to the
continued illness of Col. Whyte, warden of the penitentiary, and the presence  of an  officer  Trom the auditor
over   general's   department   at Ottawa    at
with. the   penitentiary
icnickers   who intend   to  spend  the--  f0r  yiTi  Bourke
Queen's  park. j wif,
COMPLETED THIS YE*R.
> e;  ������ .       .-.  within
le of  new   earline  best   of
tor ?400.    Aboti  & Hyde.
iin   Roy  Young,  of No.  1   Fire
sent  from duty at present,
1 :        ig   his   annual   ten lays   leave
sence
Two special   cars   will   come
\ incouver  toda;    I lade 1
��� rs   who in ��� i
Work  on   Eburne   Line  Must   Be   Flit
ished by December.
H-  A.   Eastman,   if  th - F.  .1.   Hart
te ���   ���. . is   il   iresenl  Bpen !-
innual  ,.,,��� ition on his fai m
at   P ������   Meadows
lots,  Sixth  avenue,  wesl    ot
Tv   .:'���::   sir.-.1'.   $450   cash.     A   snap,
���  White & Shiles, Columbia  cil
city.
Vancouver, Aug. ti.���I; is learned
this morning at the B. C. Electric
railway offices that the line from
Eburne to New Westminster will Incompleted by December 31. On the
first day of this month grading was
started by the C. P R two miles
south of Central Park, near D. C. Moil was Impossible J Gregor's residence, and the track will
to accompany his ,.,, ,.,;,, in fime to allow lh,_ B c K R
an.l daughter cn the trip south, , , ,i,, t_e electrical overhead work by
although he had been granted holi- the end of the year, when the line will
days  for ihis  purpose, Btar) running.
Besl laundrj soap 8 lea:-- for 25c : " la ,"arn,;'1 thal many Purcnases
Kyles' Good C-n.-n- Sieve. F,,mt, *f-w-ea^e in South V.ancouver. along
gtree( ������the new Une, have- been made already.
! The   great   attraction   apart   from   the
George   Kell .   i   resldenl   of    this splendid  view and excellenl   location
for the pasl twentj years, passed  is  the facl   that  the residents along
mti esl See
Hyde ab i il th��� I a i lol -
feel   ���     i Columbia    street
away   il  the Royal Columbian hospl- the line  will  have the city convenl-
tal   earl)   yesterdaj   morning,    death ences of electric light, telephone and
being due ie> old age    Mr, Kellj  had city   water,     A   larjre    number    of
been In Indifferent  health for a con- Vancouvei   pe   le   if means are buy-
slderable time', but was only removed
to the hospital on  Satui laj   evening.
Justice   Clemeni   will  :;.     -  his   He was sixty-seven      irs of age, and
  ��� In a  N'ew   Westmin-   '���'.-. 2 '��� - en living on Eighth avenue for
tomorrow   morning,   when   some time pasl     He   eaves a son in
win h    I suprei chambers   Seattle, two In Kenora, and a daugh-
Courl will  n al  11 ,i. m.        ter  in   Kamloops.    The   funeral  will
take plai e    in Th  rsday,  the  Rev.  F.
A.   Magee,  of the   Wesl  En!   Mi tho-
en1   ,: 0t:; Ms ri!>'  dist  church    will oficiate.
ins   In   the   district   with   a
making their homes there.
view  ! e
Mi   Kearn -. of the ee1: lltor gem ral's
IRVING   BEERS,  IMgr.
WANTED���Position in real estate office by good hustler. Apply A. G.
P. O. Box 69
wanted -Ch-; for lighi housework.
Apply E. Bell, Royal avenue, -nd
house from Eighth street. 7i
WANTED���A clerk in a law office,
must have had experience in business, preferably legal business. Address, statiug salary expected and
gUvingi references. D. S. Dally
Xews office. New Westminster.
WANTED���By middle aged business
Englishman, occupation in any jxisi-
Uon of trust, with business abt'.'ty,
moderate salary, highest references
New Westminster or Vancouver, lie-
ply  Box  A, Daily  News.
i.-rome.l liouse on Eighth street, between Third anil Fourth avenue, newly painted, anil papered, to be sold
Immediately, a bargain al $1500, half
e'.ish. Apply McQuarrie et Co., Front
si reet,
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY- We furnish help of all kitiels. farm, bush,
saw mill, railroad labor, hotel help,
etc., etc. male or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Employment Agcy.
."ni. Cordova street wes: Vancouver.
TIMBER LANDS���We eleal exclUSlve-
ly in timber. Have large and smau
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. 'a. R. Chandler,
407  Hastings  St.. Vancouver. B.C.
fo pur]   si     f looking over the,
ints   of  the   B.   C.    eenitentiary,      Rowal  pickles, 2
."���::   occupj   his   attention   Kyles, Front stret.
:������ remain lei  of the week.
bottles for 2.">c at
i
is Lawn Blouses, usual $1,00; sale price... 50c
" awn Blouses up to $1.50; sale price... 75c
'-White Pique Coats up to 2.25 for.. .$1.25
Sale of Colored Underskirts
[25 Underskirts, assorted colors and qualities,
��� ne are sample lines, about 50 in the lot;
all i en sale now  T5c
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L.   A   Lavery  will  leave tomorrow
cn   a   trip    to   Ton at >,     Brockville,
Montreal,   Boston,  and   other  eastern;
cities,  and   will   be   il sent   a   mt  six
weeks.    Mr. Laverj will attend, as a
delegate from   !ee; al C ithollcs  to  the
:���: ���,  ing of the   Cai Uolic Mutual Ben -
fit   association   which   convenes     at
Brockville.  and   will  also   attend the
Bakers'  convention   which  will  meel
W,  J.   McGuire,    assist  al    master  in Toronto on Augus:   ?���.  15 and  16.
for the G. N. R. at Tacoma, was in the   Mr,  Lavery will be accompanied    by
. -������   ,      in connection with the   Mrs. Lavery. Miss Al lerta n:\l Master
.;,;,. , |  :..    .     roperl       ,vm 1  bj  his  Wilfred,    After ati nding to business
I or all kinds of cut flowers and pot-
: pi ints, see Tidy, tbe florisl
Jami s    McCulloch,    ot    Stei  -' m,
sent        n ] hea s< nt with a
i:   of   fii i        mg      mi -   I i  Chief
iVatson     -    i is to  transfe i   I hem  : i
.    local zoo al  Que< n's      i k in the
oursi   of ei few   lays.
Engagement Extraordinary!      KYLE'S
Good Cheer Store
WEEK STARTING
MONDAY, Aug. 5
RAY
BRANDON'S
PLAYERS
mothi r al  Salmoi   Ai tn.
��� i  his  duth -  toda
S. Gregoi il th   ;   -al
B. C, E, R, oftici , is lea ring to lay for
It, whei     :.    "- Ul  - ��� ' I  a  tw '
Bert ai ��� ������ ds.    A.
Dickenson   will   re] I    ���    Mr.   Gregoi
his      seuce.
He returns details, Mr. Laverj will visit his bro-
ther, near Quebec, for a few weeks
before returning west
SANDY GRAY IS WILLING
TO RETURN BETWEEN ELAGS
TO-NIGHT:
A TEXAS RANGER
Summer Prices;    15c, 25c, 35c.
Matinee on  Saturday:     15c. 25c.
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STORE   CLOSES    Al     5    P. M-
Ho SMIT
57 and 27l Columbia Street, New Westminster.
��� ���
[INNERWARE!
We  have just ope ned
"Arcadia    and Yeddo ��
lr you   require any to comp
seft, or want a new   one.  now
time.
ine of GLASSWARE
just received.
ot
up   a crate
tock patterns. ,
lete your
the
p ir cut fl iwe rs, ' mquets or fun-
eral designs telephone T. Davies eS.
Son,  B 208.
T. J, Tail of Sixth    \  aue,    a
���:��� el   home   from   R    hoster,   Minn..
where he wenl  to un lerg i an ope
\.;r-     consul! ition,    how* ve   ,
o ;tors   '��� fuse I   ' i   opei ate,  . I '
Mr. Tail n turni I home   without having  receive I  the  expe< I   I   tn   tmenl
S      ethlng n      '   the fuel line
Lieen  I  ceived  fn n   B u :'   I      Messrs.
Gllle>  Bros.   H is known as u      ettes
... ' ������. i ,:. : osi I   i   fii    coal    nd oth
er  sui sta i ��� ���-���
brick3.   The fin ' Is sa  I to be   -  ien-
: lies   mil 1    itlng sto,  3,
Rev.   '-.  E.   Ver   h is  just   re-
c ivi ! 'i mi ssa.ee ���'���.' nn Ti ronto to the
thai  h    has heei       poin
srand   i xei   ' ; '''���'���'
Sons  of Scotland   to  tl I m of
I .   ���' ;  c  for  Drit-
Ish  Colnml la.    ,'"   Verl   will i     i
OSltll 11        '     ' -'   '    .'"''���'"':-
a    \v;iler
IS
ICC
ADAMS y DEANS
\::    api '���':,  ll;��� :    '    '
,,;��� ���; i inches from a small s
_ . rej  wa ��� poste I !-  Hie w ater com-
.,,.,���.   iffic    ���   Mon ! 1}  bj  N. V,
Wiekersham, of  Sm - j   Center,  acl
ln��  ror ei   part:   ol   settlers  of thai
ve    The stream In qui stion runs
through the northensi quarter of section 24.   The water will be used fo
agricultural  and  domestic  purp ise ��,
A  meeting bf the exei titive of I he
N'ew YV, stminsi sse  club   n Ul
be held this evening In I!. Ryall's office for thi' i irp is liscussing proposed changes I he erson I ot I he
;   im and to transa       th     I uslness,
rhe di'f' at o the He- Ishirl - In Vancouver Ins- Saturday lies received
��� i. attention durii g I h la - few
days from strei: i ue . r itoi s, ;e>
\, II as from the meni rs oE thi club
v. ho are respons   I Ini Bflch n :.
of the team, ;.n,i there is a consensus
ol   ipinion  thai  certain  changes  will
have in be :na V in order to maintain
for the team  thi   pri n le ' posl
the province.
1:   is  undersl     '   ;' al   San ���.���   Gra
has been offi     1 I he p isitlon of g -
'...- eper in  pace of Eickhoff and that j
the offer has  been  acce] ted on con-
lition   thai   th >   cub   niaki    overtui   -
to Charley Galbraith I > -n-: him bai'.
on  the team.    Both wer-- oul   prai -;
ticing on ilu- oval  the other night, a
f, ���  which I- ��� Is col r to the rei erl
The matter will no doubl come b I
the  meeting  an I   the  11<��� -":11:.t.> action
I   tonight,
The-   locals   are   \ erj   i onfldenl   of
1    latching   the   V mc mvei   team   al
ij ieen's pari   - a S il ir lay,   I   Winte-
;. ; .��� is expect   l to return h im    I i
day, :tii<l will lie- re 11> i i pla; on S tl
urday,
What looks nicer titan yood
teeth, property kepi in
order?   Use MlilRS
Tooth Powder
and keep lliem clean.
T. A. MUIR
FOR
FRESH  EGGS
^P ^3 & s3^ ^ 9
fecial Values in
Tinted Centres and
s meeting of lh i NTew Westminster
I , jeball club wlll be held this evening
to transact ctirrenl business and to
arrange tor the match* - which have
been promised for the nexl couple
of months. It Is probable thai a committee will be appointed to Interview
the K. a. & I. society with a view
t0 s curing an appropriation for
samea i'e be i layed al the park during exhibition week.
WITHOUT A DOUBT $3 50 is
the popular price for Cabinet
Photographs, an.l decidedly,
without a doubt, New Westminster people are' realizing
the fact that the
Royal Studio
d'nili r ik-w managenu nt)
is giving the nearest to perfection for style, veirii:;. and
value.
UO TU THE "ROYAL CITY STUDIO"
The secretary of ibe- clu i has received a letter from the Rev. J, S flRil! AlWity'S! HS lil..!liljllhTtl!!"S
Henderson, president of the i le, i n ..
in the ensi. in which Mr. Henderson
states thai full arrangements have
been made with the Tecumsehs to
play in the lacrosse tournament ln
this div during exhibition we ek
Phone 276.   255 Front St.
Orders delivered promptly
to all parts of the city.
We Eat to Live
Hut ill the same time it   is  neces-
,    sarv tn know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You can rely upon Getting the
Best op everything.
H.STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
VV. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
,re. v'  Block.   New Wettmlniter, B.C.
f*K��.
Cushion Tops
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HE WHITE HOUSE
*��� I. BIRTCti,   -   275 Columbia Street
Police Sports In Vancouver.
Vjanroiiv,-!',   A|ng.   ti.���i.iical   p6ll|ce
are  making  great  preparations    for
their  field day  which  comes  Augusl
11.    They  have  d  Bplendld    list    -if
Silver   oup3  and  .Fjoll     medals    for
His   Honor prizes for  the    successful    athletes.
p,  it.  Roe  Por .the hundred yards' dash they have
Moody,  re-  an extra fine gold medal an.i . ������ the
o a o.evt'.iiii water  ctu&rter Utey  have ee  fine silver cu,i.
from n stream emptying Into The man making the bios, point* ei'l
Burrard Inlet, near Port  Moody, will   round will be presentee, with n oham*
',.u-,i in county couri  on Thurs-  pionshlp oup and a gold medal,   The
bj   His Honor Judge Cane.   The  cup must  be won twice before it  be-
Moody   mea   bave   applied   fpr eomes hi ty.   The tuj Of war
rocords, and the plaintiff, Judge Bole,  promises to be the most  intere
lng tor the- record on the ground *tent on th ��� program mei shoul t
tha) he secured the right to Use the,Victoria,  New  Westminster and  Na-
u   er a  number  ot years  ago.
The   dispute   betw en
judge  Bole and   Messrs,
;.,,,!   Abernethy, of  Port
gardlng their right*
be
day
Porl
SAPPERTON
We have two new Houses in Sapperton of six
rooms each. Both are well situated and have
bath, electric light and all necessary improvements. Very desirable properties and can be
got for $2000 and $2300, respectively, on
terms. Better call soon if you want a new
house in Sapperton.
ii'itmo polloe ente"' teams, as is ex-
MCLEOD, MARK &  CO.
"The Fr.rm Land Specialists," New Westminster THE DAILY tfEWS.
V;ednesday
' A^'JSJ
THE BEAT OF THE PULSE.
THE STRANGLING  HG.
it
VnrJea   Grently   In   niflVrrnt   *\��r-
MiitiN   and   Condition*.
The pulse of women generally beats
at a slightly faster rate than that of
men. It may be said that when u person is at rest his pulse, that of any
adult may be from sevr-nty-five to
eightj- time's a minute, iireat variation
exists in different Individuals in respect of the number of beats. After
exercise the pulse quickens because of
the stimulation of the heart, and tbe
same result applies to the effects of
taking food. A dose of alcohol will also
stimulate the pulse somewhat, just as
the use of tobacco, especially in excess,
will lend to have an opposite effect���
namely, that of lowering the rate of
the pulse, because of the depression of
tin- he-art which results. In fevers and
Inflammatory diseases the pulse rate
tends to be very much Increased and
also in respect of its character, Instead
of beating quietly the- blood vessel in
sue b cases exhibits a very full and
bounding movement, On ibe other
hand, where depression exists and the
temperature of tin- body falls, the
pulse may In- unnaturally slow nnd its
character weak. Physicians are accustomed io distinguish oilier characteristics in the pulse, such as become valuable bints in the discovery ami determination of disease. Tin- practical lesson we learn here is that where the
pulse continues for any length of time
to bave iis beats quickened to an on-
natural degree and where especially a
rise of the temperature or beat of the
body accompanies these symptoms we
ought to suspect some iiiiui of feverish
condition or other to be represented.
The pulse alone- forms a valuable
enough guide to this slate of the body,
but its value is very much increased if
to the Information given us by the
pulse we add that which tbe use of the
thermometer supplies.���Cardiff Times.
NAMES OF DAYS.
English.
.. Sunday.
..Monday.
. Tuesday.
."Wednesday.
. Thursday.
Friday.
. Saturday.
Tbe   l.�� I in   and    Snxon    1 ��� ri>.<.   From
Which  Thej-   Are IVrlvrd.
Our names for each day are derived
from the Saxons, who probably borrowed the week from some eastern
people, substituting names of their
own divinities for those of the classical gods, as is easily seen when the
names are tabulated:
Latin. Saxon.
Dies Soils Sun's day...
Dies Lunae Moon's day
Ieles Martis Tiw's day..
Dies Mereuril.. Woden's day
Dies Jovis Thor'B day...
Dies Veneris... Frlga's day...
Dies Saturni Seterne's day.
Among the ancients the belief in the
Influence of the planets upon the life
of men was so strong that many in selecting their daily ornaments would
wear only the gem associated with the
planet of the day. Thus on Sunday
only yellow gems and gold should
adorn the fingers. I'earls and white
stones, excepting diamonds, belonged
to tbe Moou day. Tuesday, day of Mars,
claimed rubies and all stones of fiery
luster. Thursday, Thor's day, demanded amethysts and deep colored stones
of sanguine tint, while Friday, dominated by Venus, reigned over the emerald, color of jealousy, which is love's
shadow. Saturday, dedicated to Saturn, oldest of the gods, had for its
distinctive talisman the most splendid
of iill gems, the diamond.���Chicago
Record-Herald.
UN Time lor  Drinking.
In the days of river driving on the
Kennebec- river in Maine old Uncle Jim
ililbert was a well known character.
lie was bale and hearty nnd had an
enormous appetite. 'I'he men used to
come down the river with a drive of
logs ninl get a meal nt a tavern in
Augusta, one morning, arriving late
aud with appetite sharpened, old Uncle Jim seit down wiih the first scl of
men and ate diligently during the time
these men made a meal. A new set of
men came nml sill] Uncle .leu- nte
steadily, A third set came, and the
tavern keeper, becoming alarmed, tried
ic hurry up iin- protracted meal by
saying, "Better drink your coffee, unci* . and have another cup!"
"No," s.-ii'i the i,hi man. "1 never
drink till I'm half through!"���Boston
Herald.
A  rnriooH  Tropicnl  Tree   Thnt   LffM
t'pon   Other  Treex.
Visitors to Mexico and other tropical
countries often have- their attention
calleei to "the strangling fig''���a tree
that commences its growth as an epiphyte���that is, one form of plant life
that grows perched on another���far up
on 1he trunk or among the branches of
another tree, usually on a palmetto or
some of thc kinds of palms. The roots
of the strangling tree extend downward around the host tree to the
ground, gradually joining together,
making a tubelike mass of roots sometimes as much as six feet or more In
diameter.
When the attacked tree is a palm
death to it is caused not so much by the
binding around the trunk as by shading out its branches by the attacking
tree.
When tbe attacked tree Is nn exogen
���that Is, one with wood and bark���tbe
attacking roots bind so tightly as to
cause :i stoppage of the How of the sap.
As the sup of a tree is really Its food
(changed by the leaves so that it can
be used) and the How of the food Is
thus stopped, the nttneked tree is really "starved" to death. So death to tbe
attacked tree Is cans,*! either by
smothering or by starvation ier by both.
The peculiar mnnner in which tbe
flattened routs extend down and around
thc tree give them the appearance of
some thick, slow flowing material running down the tree.���St. Nicholas,
lleturn  of the  ProdleftL
"i do play in tough luck sometimes,"
declared the impecunious girl. "Last
night, you remember how ii reiined.
l happened to be in ibe neighborhood
of .��� ome friends of mine whom 1 had
out seen since tin- lasi hard rata. I
concluded to call, Before tbey .,-1 ed
me In tbey grabbed tbe umbrella T
carried, hurried across tin room with
ii, placed it in n closet there and lo k-
ed tin door on it.
" 'Thank heaven:' ihey cried. 'At
last! (im- long lost umbrella!'"���New
York -Press.
A  Stetson Story.
Tbe late John Stetson, famous in his
day as a theatrical manager, was hav-
Ing ;l yacht built, and a friend, meeting
him on the street, asked him what
he was going to name ibe boat, "I
haven't derided yet," replied John, "but
it will be some name commencing witli
S, probably either Psyche or Cinch."
Hlm   Purl.
Magistrate (to witness)- I understand
thiit you overheard the quarrel between
tiie defendant nnd his wife? witness���
Ten, sir. Magistrate���Tell the court, if
you can, what he seemed to be doing.
Witness���Be seemed to lie doin' th��
listenln',
OiHlinlxlle   View.
Tom (proudly)���Mies Plnklelgh has
promised to be my wife. Jack (consolingly)- Oh. don't let that worry you.
Women frequently break their promises.- Chicago News.
Valuable Prope
All over the city for sale on easy terms. Acreage on the
proposed B. C. E. R. route to Chiiliwack. Lots on the
proposed new route to Vancouver. Houses in every
district.        Farms throughout the Fraser River valley.
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SAPPERTON   LOTS.
20.".   1, 2 ami .'tl of Sub. Lol 7 ol
Sub, Block 2.   $450.
12,   13,  14,   lb,  1(1,  17,  IS,   l:i. , I   S
l.oi :i or .-'-I', iih ck 2.   $1100.
1���2 of Sub  U I 10 of Sab lib ck  -'.
$300.
1���27���28   of    Snii    Lol   12 ol S
Bloi ;.  .'.    $450.
t.   Terms for above, one-third   a   i,
balance 6, 12 an ; 18 months,
GRIM OLD CROMWELL.
The    Protector    Maile    < ihrlstmaa    r
Gloomy mui Sterlona Dar
"Christmas was illegal in Cromwell's
time," said an antiquary. "Those grim
old Puritans were so gloomy thnt they
would not.have any gayety even ou
Christinas day.
"Cromwell said that holly and mistletoe wqre heathenish things. lie said
Unit they had no real Christian significance: they were a part of some pagan
festival of the Druids, Accordingly he
made a law that if you decorated your
house with mistletoe at Christmas you
got thirty days in jail.
"The terrible old fellow forbade
Christmas celebrations���no dancing, no
singing, no playgoing, uo feasting on
Christmas day; penalty, thirty days.
"You see, it was his idea that Christmas was a religious, a serious time, a
time for cburchgoing and prayer and
reverence and for nothing else. The
innocent family that iu Cromwell's day
sat down to turkey and plum pudding
and wound up with Christmas games
got a month all round.
"Only for a time, though. The people
rebelled. Willing as the people had
been to put on the gloom of those
dreadful old Puritans, they insisted on
having a little joy on Christmas day,
and Cromwell after a year or two had
to give in to them."���New Orleans
Times-Democrat.
"The  Woman   In   White."
Iu a letter to Charles Dickens, Wilkie
Collins intimated the fact that tbe
great worl; upon which he had devoted
so much time was finished, but that
the finding of a suitable title had occasioned him much irouble. Eventually,
feeling somewhat run down In health,
he left London for Brondstalrs, a resort which was a favorite with both
Dickens and Collins. While lying on
the cliff in a meditative mood one
bright morning his eyes suddenly riveted themselves on tin- white light-
bouse which stood boldly out in the
foreground under the dazzling rays of
the midday sun. As be gazed Collins
in :i semiconscious manner addressed
himself iu a whisper to the lighthouse. "Vou are as still and as stately as my white woman." said be.
"White woman.' White wo���the woman in white. Eureka! I have got it!"
And so the book was given this curiously inspired title.
160 acres less right ol way about 8
acres for railway;   2b acres Btun
13 acres roughly cleared and  fenced;
1 1-2 story house 1S.\2S, lean too 14x28
and  lean  too  16x22;   barn  30x32 nn 1
lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x16;   two;
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;  $2(i(;0 cash, balance easily arranged eat 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue- east
side, new house; $1500.
Two lots, block 34, kit 9, $1000 e I
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU WANT BETTER THAN THIS?
21K acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just cornencing to hear;
new house, \y2 storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2."b0 cash, balance C
anel 12 months.
This property is only \'2 mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
160 ACRES about two miles trom
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
. :i : partly f* nc* d, good hems.-, barn
and stable, Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash,  balance In  i'e' arranged.
I ', ACRES, Bl* ck 9, Ix-: Xee. 2. Disl
Lot s; iwo cottages; south side of river, a- ar bridge,   $300: half cash.
1 ACRE at cornei of approach t<-
bridge, on the a- ;th side of same, with
store; clear* l and f< need in front
$1000; ti rms $ 100 iash, balance arranged.
2 LOTS. 132x132, N -W. corner of
10th Street and St. Andrews, Prici
$1050; half cash,
1 LOT, full siz* . Block 59, Loi S,
Sub, 9; partly cl. ared. $200, or $150
cash.
6 LOTS FACING -ith AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; T-ROOV.
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IX 6, 12,
is, 24. 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
'llu- French Idea.
The Frenchman of the middle class
sacrifices everything in order to obtain
for his children some official position
or other, a mean one, perhaps, but u
sure one, leading ai'ler ihirly years of
penury to a pension verging mi destitution. This is one aspect of the decay
of the French race, ii n easy tj understand Heat two races nre nut evenly
armed lor the struggle leer life it' one
be mode up e-i' aspirants to official position ami ibe other of Individuals possessing Initiative, daring .-end energy
For this reni ��� ���. ,i< Latin raci s decline,
while Anglo-Snxon races grow ami
iniuiii ly.���Paris Steele.
flow   :ii,,1   Aire.iv    Flailing,
In the Bouth sc;is ami in various
groups of Islands In tin- Indian ocean
the aborigines sin..,i Qgh wiih the bow
and arrow, The art is extremely iliffl
cull, OS in taking aim at ai; object under water lhe archer has to allow for
refractii.ii.   [f he wen- to aim directly
Ot the (ish as he sees it. he would, nf
course, miss, Long practice lias, however, made ilu- natives expert to a
wonderful degi  in this sport.��� London Saturday Review.
Subdivision of lot Ub block b, comprising some cf the fines! residentl
sites in the city for sale exclusivelj
by us. This magnificent property
situate! on the i mi rs of P mrth a ramie, First, street (facing Queen'i
park- ami Emory street, omprlslng
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First stn ��� I al $703 (ex :epting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue anl
First strut, held at $1000); two ' -
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x12". at S6CC
per lot; four lets, 52 1-2x85, $45C;
five lits. $400. Call iit our office on
Fronl stn ��� i and inspect plans.
Xo. 30S.���9-roomed house', with bath
room, comer of cth nnd Agnes Si
Price $4,000; terms !j cash, balance
���'I ami il months at 7 %,
House, full sized lot, on Keary
Btreet, Sapperton; rent! for $10 per
month.    (July $1,050.
Seven roomed house all
I modern improvements, north
! side of Hamilton St. $1500
j 1-2 cash balance easy at 7
j per cent.
House nnd collage on Columbia st .
1. use rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy t* rma.
120 acres, E 1-4, section 25, town-
, ship 9, .Maple Ridge, 1 barn 70x78 ft.,;
1 barn 38x70 ft., 0-room house, all
nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres
under cultivation; balance as pasture,
easily cleared. 2 acres of orchard;
good rich bottom land; 2 good wells
and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
balance easy.
House 30x42, 4tb St., between 4th
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stiiirs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and panlry. Full sized lot run-
n.'ng back to Ash St. Price $3,��00:
$1,500 cash, balance at $,".00 per yea:
at 7 per cent.
2% storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern Improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price !
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance (1 and 1?
months at 7 per cent.
1 lot Xo. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Xos. 81 to 80 and 05, 95 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunus ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and rig; $1500 cash.
1   1-2   house, 6   rooms    and    flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd ]
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900;  1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent.   Size of lot 55x166.
$350 cash, I alance on easy terms,
Lots !���'., 17 and 20 of 11 or 3. Price
$500 for three or $17.". each; 1-2 cash
balance 0 m* nths al 7 per cent.
c acre between Queen's and 3rd
Ave. on wesl side of 10th; No. ,"i and
6, Block is; 132x165 feet; all cleared
and fenced, Price $1050; $."..".0 cash,
t.'' mce in 6 months,
:':ll sized lot on Royal avenue, between Po irth and Merrlvale; all - r-
< I. $1.2:0. $800 ca ih
Vcri j hi Vani ouver road, coi ner
0! ei:: ey r< ad, $225 per acre. Acreage ���   selling fast at this price.
No   SOS.   8-roomed  House,  with  bath
room,   <t".;    Vein-:-;   St.      $2,500;    ii.
i h, balance 3 and 0 mos. al 7 %.
2 HOUSES   on  l lot, Keary Strei
Sapperton; 5 rooms and kitchen, k
 I and 1 rooms, kitchen and wo id
shed.   $1000 each, one-third cash, balance easy.
lot em  it'll  Street, smith  sl h
\M-nue.    Price $200 cash.
77.68 ACRES,  black loam land, all
0 ighed and cleared and <1> Ke I;    \.
E, '4 Sect, 5,    $75 per acre, on*   thi
cash, one-third ���'! months, eme. - hii | 6
months,
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing 8th Avenue',
I lots cleared, small bouse-, chick* n
bouse, 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive
price- $1500, $10110  cash.
HOUSE 6 rooms, Hush clos. 1, 1 c
storeys, on Ith Avenue, one lot from
2nd Street on south side. Price $1800,
half cash
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north shle bei ween First and Second
streets, Xo. .", 0 and 7. Price $400
each or $1 ioo for Uie three'.
Full sized lot, north side of Hamilton st:n-t between Sixth and Eighth
Btreets; $22.".
28 acres on Mara road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 %.
2 lots on Sth St. between ath and
Cth Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x
132; Xos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
clear. I . .   ...   i
tween ,.._
each.
1  ^>TS Eroml||
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four, or $300 eacl
24 acn r    J
front;     ....
housi , 1 . ,.1'
chicken  I ���' ,1
WndS      Price    $3,000,   T-rerlJ
cash' '������������' 12 :i/,a|
Double    ������ ;     ei    house,
1st and 2nd Sl .  I        p J
cash hall r ln 6 mnnj
Ri irs for j     1    :. tenant
I" acre) ', ���. i;.\
al Tn. 2, abo il : miles froinl
II a wo rib  roa ey;  hos
1 1 j. Store-;,  house, M
other ;: can   ��� h ,    .���,,
^ hack ;   I '_���  acn eared
with clove, irly easil
One  mile  fi  :. bingle mf
$1,200;.   tern
mi n'hs at 7 '
Full Bized lot N'o 12 onl
and   Sth  St    P    ���  $.1050,
balance at 7 '   pei annum,
West* rly I. 11 of 63, Subl
132x132 cornei feet squl
houses drawing (28 jermonf
$5,000, half ca.-:.. : alance Iq
months.
160 S.E,  hi L
I'i acres,partly KmI
running througl :.|
north of Webster's corner;!
mill and P O. al thi wesl em
ber worth $7 pi ceiil
4 miles from Pe rt llanefl
$2,100; terms $1 sh, bf
ranged.
S.-W. Sub. Ton ns  Ip 13; sod
railway   runs   alongside;   old I
chard.    Pric- $15  pu
cash, balance In thn - ��� quai 1
1 acre clay, house nn traa|
Joyce station:  partly  clea:
across front  facing tram '
$700 cash, balai ���        '������-
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160 acres. 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on l*th street, between 7th and Sth avenues.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, ,'.".Uxl6fi, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
2 bouses corner of Merrival and
Agn is; full sized lot; city block 31,
lol 11; one house rent- for $25, the
other $10; flush close'!.-, and all connected with sewers. Pi ce $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 and ;v
months at 7 %.
Lots  14   and   15 of   1  of 6    < f     1
(cleared.)    Price $500; for tin'twee, 1-2
cash, halance C months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 ol
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, C months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 7,0x150, outside city  limits
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars   on
i enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmandlng
situation;   Third   avenue, at   foot  of
, Fifth street,   Two and one half ston
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered)
All  modern conveniences;    hot   end
cold   water,  bath,  flush  closet, lavatory,   1 lectrlc   light;   nice   lawn;   lol
: 66x132, with lane in rear:  part of lot
���ed oul  with fruit trees.    Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Srot! road. 15 acre1
cleared;   barn  50 x 30;   stables, etc.;
splendid Boil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
I cash, balance easy.
It   Won  Ti.iikIi.
The waiter girl knew a thing or two
about table etiquette, so she sniffed
scornfully as sin- saiel, "It's not our
custom to serve a knife with pie."
"NoV remarked the patron in surprise.
"Then bring me nn ax." ��� Christian
Register,
lir-   WrllPM   For Mom-.,.
Lndy Gusblngton���So your son Ih n
rent author!   How dlstractlngly inter- j
eating!   And does he write for moneyV
Practical Dad���Yes; I get his applications about once a week.
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
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One acre in blocll
tween 18th and 11
on Sth Ave. Price f
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
Large lot and  two cotttfi
lumbia street, Sapperton, Bo^
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey
full   size  lot,  situated no:tl|
Royal avenue and corner of 5
street;  9 rooms; bath room,|
cold  water, closet;  woodshed
bearig   fruit tre*   ;    treet! i
sides;   tine  view.    Price $ :
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St.,'bet' I
and 3rd Ave., secon i I ':v"'|
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all clear!
alongside and back Price I
half cash, balance easy at
One lot No. 12 on Royal*!
third lot from Eighth street,f
for sale exclusively.
160 acres improved land, 4
and sheds compl ��� ��',:ir cl��t
all under cultivation, $15,000.
can   handle  this, don'l delays
bargain; term.-- can be arran^
160 acres good farm land I
about 2\t, mile   I 1
road, $12 per acn . a real?   |
Part or lot 368
about  70  acn
Half cash.   Jump.
2 lots, 20, 21;  N'o, 20, 5170:
(corner)  $175,    D rham an.l
streets.
��TPor  the above f"1"' i"'01i
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Wnnlcel   lo  Ge.   <���>  Sleep.
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"Did yon look the basement door?"
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In the kitchen rnnse*"
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dining room windows."
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Vancouver, B. C, limber cruiser, intend  to apply   fo    a  timbei   He   ���
the  following  described    lands,
the Nortii hall   ��� I   in 29, Wes     ���       l -.-.:,���  in  the Coast District:
Mar,  - North hal   ol section      1-���Commencing   -        ������       planted   want to go to sleep."
29, and all section  12 In Townshi ���    s.  i-..  come    ther I   situate      "" wm!1 to me I smell gas.    I'm
Ran if th    ���������'    mei   liai     .bou   ������  c -            N. E. dlr-   afraid you didn't open the damper In
containin    ���    ireaofl8    .qua e tlon from the S   W   coin tr-   'he furnace pipe."
!}-ed lot 495, thence north 1 n      u^^��� U *" ^   ' "
The berth nn- -   've   ������ wilhin   thence  wes    10  chains   thenc
���   after tne date ot thi  notice  160 chains, thenci  eas   i in
���  ���   ��� ������    thi    iert - 2���Commencing
Tin-  regul itions   un lei   whi -o a  li-   th i   s nn!'   iai I iei ��� il     an
ceusi Issued    ���' ���       ��� Inted  aboul   100  ch .in     ;    ���,.
' - ������'������ in ��� , ���    ma    i    dli        a from thi come
obts ���       ;e nent o   ai the   ol su -ve; ed lol   195, th n ������   ������ i -th 80
i   the   ���'"'" d   I;": ���      \ '    il    ��� ��� iins  thenci    outh 8 -  thence
Nev,  V  'Stinlnsi ���    B  ��� wesi so chains, thence loutl    ���   ihaii
���   tendei   musl   b    accon       thence ea      -     ihains     nl i;
b    an a     pi      i ch irtere         le
>. ml ���   o Deputy ol  thi       '   -Commenclni   a    i   p isl   p   a
Min ������   [nte    i    fo   thi   an     a    the so ith  i i    ���-
ounl   o    th    bonus   whic     the   appll     sltuati   about   120 chain- dlstanl   in a
north westerlj    diree im
mth wesl comer of sur I i   19 i
Well,  I  have- n  queer feelins that
something ls the matter.   Are 3
the front door in bolted
������Yes. yes yes: Confound it, give
tiie a chance to co te> sleep' I net>d
rest"'
"John."
"Oomph."
"John, tire you asleep?"
"Oomph,"
"Jol '     up and answ >i n -   You
Jbrgoi to lock the' library wind r�� The
jtiri was dusting today and told It
open "
"Oomph."
"John, stop thnt prctendlna and get
tip.   1 eiite't ce> tn Bleep tonighl unlesi
th tl   80 chaina   thence  wesl   you go nnd lock that window."
apply foi
.
ier a .- if      ial ai        0 fo   ;.;
���   rac te      Nol  n in    bai      2i   a   ���
:   in   ���   quire I  I ;   oni
in  ii ��� ���     ie.- a .��� :
.,.   a   2 0 "
ected on thi
of Lot   156   I   nup 1
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
��� ti lea e o lefea ibi* ,-, utte 29th
, 11
In
VY. vV. C
er 1
terioi
r, ���1 ni
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N
for.
E '. !      ERS adfl
rsigned, ���        ���      '��� -':
: -
-    ifl       11       r
- const���
��� I    .
Uta    P      ���   ���.'     ling
������      ���       'd   tha
enders conside
signed 1
end*
Ni   tendei  bj   tei I      ;1   b*   er
tertaln
PERLEY G   KEYES,
Secrets '
Depa   mei    0   the Interio ,
1907.
������ -,  pi - - Issued to  	
reta Jensen    n 9th da    ol
1901   un  is     a thi   m   n    m*   ~8n
i,   ol |ei ���   ma li   t* '
a writing h rson 0    ie 'sons        ia
ag an < 1    aterei     hereii
1  an;   pa      '
.     S   '��� E 1 '
Dis itrar o
Ri
.... '.    .
for Lice^S'. t.;
n or. Lands i'i
Columbia.
ine rrov.
ii as ha-    .   :>e
cus 0 10  les    m tl
ng T he sa
ierl y are re thi
same to thc       I ���
I    1 9th Ma;       IS94
Thoi as Graves 1
���.:���!��� '
v
4-;   . S   '���'���
So '
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re east p*
epted chi 1 a cha he frai tion il '      ���      quarter 0
SEAL'"       ilN'DKRS   id    ������--��� i l.a ';i>
;' m  ��� ot    11 emu lon    I .������������".'-.
Dep;.    nei    0, the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender tor Tim-
ie    Be    h N'o. 524."    will be rec- v<
Iat  this  Department    until  12  o'clock
noon  01   Wednesday    thi   21st day ot
A.ugus    "'"7. for a license to cut tlm-
I her 01   Bi    :   X" '������'���   com 1      1     lands
���   Province of British Columbia,  and described  as follows:
Timber Berth N'o. 524.    comprising
Legal   Subdivision   14  of Section 12.
Townshi 1 6, Range ';. West of the Tth
Meridian,  containing an  area   of    40
. -.       ion  ���    less.
Tl sl  he surveyed wilhin
e da     ot ih- notice
������"   -ding the 'ierth.
1 he   'egu itions  undi     wh ch  a 11-
80 chains thence soutl 9 chains,
thenc- ea -    80 chain:-.      ��� ag  640
acres  more  01   less
4���Con Inj   at 1      -      ���' inte I
al the ' '"e'le wesl 1       ���  eol and
ai  the north wesl 1    Burvey*ed
lol 195, thence north 80 chain -. thence
ea ! 1 chains, thenci sou ' 80 chain-.
thenci' wesi so chains, containing 640
acres  more-  or  less.
5���Commencing at a posl    planted
north-wesl,   corner,   about    '      chains
distanl   in a  northerlj   di loi    ' 'om
the north east corner ot I il 195 thei n
10    chains, thence    sfea:1!    160
chains, thence wesl  10 chains, thence
nori h I't'1 chi     1,     ���      ling 640 acres
1    0   les
HKXir,   GROSE.
Located July  6,  L907
IHE MISSION LUMBER CO.
NOTICE  OF.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
oura 1   '������ ���    :';
f the inl I :-      "inch
e forfi      I if the part
���
cork contra
:,    16,    towns ' -     vVberea
of thi ���       ���
.     U16F
Ralph Sidda en fi ed  ii   -    -
office,
Noi ice Is hen I shall,
1   . -.
dateof the      -    1     icati*    '   ������
for.   II the tender bi ��� Issue a  duplb ��� the said cert
lend;
a! A
���-
:  Victoria, No, 2;
eet,
_______ '' '
Return  malls
1"'
���
e wi eturned
��� nl does nol
���    .   ,       the lowesl 01 ������
Bj   0    '
FRED. GELINAS,
Seen :
D       tmenl ol  Publli   V\ 011* 1,
Ottawa, Julj   I, 1 '07
News] apers will nol tie paid for t
advertisement If they insert  II wil 1-
oui authoritj  trom the Departmenl
cate, unless in I        .���..������
,    e ma ��� n-riting
C,   -
District 1
Lend   Ri "-;,-:  !   ,x''
Ni vi V 1 itmii ���       !     '.. July 6.1
NOTICE  is hereby given  tha     ���
partnership heretofore subsi tini
tween  Joseph   Cameron    and  Joseph
Mark   McDonald    as  "The     Mis   on
Lumber Company" of tl     District oi
Nev.  Westminster has been dissolved
by mutual consent ns ol thi   29th daj
:ed.    also printed  ,,;   rune, 1907,    Ml debts owing to the
er an        v<      ���-. may he  sald , trtnershlp    arc to be paid    to
obtained       his Depart] ent or ai the   j03eph Cameron of Sapperton In the
'���    ���     1    Crown 1      ���    Agenl ai   Districl of New Westminster ani all  princess Beal
n " We ��� .   ;- er, n C. ���   i ms againsi thesaid partnership are
Each tend  aied | be     presented     to     the     sai.l
...          iue on a chai ���  ���      loseph C imeron by whom    the same
Di   at;   ol  thi   will  : " bi ttli -1
Minieti    ���       ���   Inti the am-'    Dated at New vVestmli    ��� 13th
of thi    ���     - "      1 thi    pplicant   ���' 1}  of July, if*"T.
- -v iare   to pft;   fo   a iicensi               " Itness;               JO^   ��� IMERON
 1,    -     aei     ''��� H.JOHNSON     .1. II. McDONAUD
"Oh, Lord, why can'1 you let a fellow
nloiic' I fixed all the windows!, a.11
of them every window In the house -
kitchen, dining room, library .'ill of
'em; All of 'em. can yon understand
that'.- Tin- doors are all bolted. Tha
furnace Is ns It Should be. The gas Is
turned off In the kitchen. Now let ni*
atone, wlll vein'.-"
"John."
"Oomph."
"John, wake up and listen to what
I Bay."
"Great heavens, are yon talking yet
or :ilttiin?"
"John Worthingtbtt, did yon wntei
the rubber plant V"
<���_* �� * * �� 1 11 -.-; * ��� * ������
"Oh, our heavenly Father, have mer
cy on this poor sinner and give me pa-
tieue-e to"���
"Shut up!"   Chicago Record Herald.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Lln*
Service.
TIME TABLit
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notice).
Sti amor. Leaves   VanCOUVe '.
Princess Beatrice . ������ Jnlj 6, 11 p. m.
Thinc.'ss May Inly  12, 11 p. m.
Prim ess Beatrice, . .July If', ll p. m.
Princess May
Princess Beatrice.
Princess Mav....
..July 26, 11 p. m.
. .Aug. 2, 11  ;'. m.
. .Atis:. 9,  n  p. m.
. .Ails: 16, 11  p. m,
Princess May  Aug, 2":, 11 p.m.
Princess Beatrice ..Aug, 30, 11 p.m.
ICC*
No t* -    grape   will be en
PERLEY   1
KEYES,
gei ri
Tenders   fcr License to Cut    Timber
00 Dominion Lieeris In the P<'d
since of British Columh a
I
I
���
Return    mall    at
N. Fyler, 4 p  m.:
dally except
I mall 11  ii. m.
C P.R,  train  at   5:05  |),
I ises al   l :30 p.m.:
I Vancouver, No. ','(! (C
a 1 mail). Return mail
:"'  a,   in.
1 2; Millside, Nee. 2;
' xcepl Sunday. He-
I al  10:35 a. m.
In  the  Matter   of   the "Trustees   and
Executors  Act," and  In the Mattee-
of the Estate of Augustus William
Lundbom. Deceased.
All persons having anj e-i iim   0
mands againsi the estate ol  Vugii
Wl 1 am Lund "in late of Surrej Cen-
1 ...  Brltl   :  C lum il 1,  iie 1 1    I
herebj  requled  to  file
tned their names
S   UjED
the Ci '������ ni -
Dena   uu ul
���    ad    ���   ied to
.    Don t
,--.   0      and
u       1    1    1' .   inteiloi.
Ottawa   June 25th, 1007.
Tenders    for  License to  Cut    Timber
011 Dominion Lands in the Province   cf   Biitisli   Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS    addressed    to
th-   undersigned, and endorsed "Ten
for Public Building, Cumberland,
B   ���    ' will b*    - ���  ived al this office
until   Mond 1      Ugusl    19,  li^T,    in-'
isivel     foi  tiv   construction   of ii |
��� building, Cumberland, 11 C,
Plans and specification can be seen
an l forms of tender obi iim 1 al this
i    irtmenl aud on application tc tb
postnieaster al Cumberland
Persons tendering are notified thai
,
1    e 1 mi 1
er Berth
,, ive l  at  iiii- D V
d'i lock  noon  1
d,   ot Se; ������ n.
lo cul timbi r on
lng lands
.,,,d the nature "'' th tuiiil Britl b Col
nny) held '"���  them, dui    verified   on j,
or before lhe  II ' Tlmber  Bei   1   N
North   hal   1
, e
With    Hi"   inline I   .HI  ���
1907
Neil ice Is
n thai after 1 ie
Notice Is hi     '     1    :i l"'1 ' .   1     ol   3   tlon 33,   Townsl
ilKfor   \ri\n    U/nrl/C   said date the executoi   will proceed   ��� yterldian, 1   d ���"
���iiaKr iron worns ai.tnbute.th.     ������ ^on��81 ;, .,       ,  i.-
1 ������ id ' ���
will    ���
1    til    untl     I
��� .   11     th Ith
07,  I'm    1  H  ' D -'
lh  No   520   ' Ul
T 26,   1 ollM'  I    D ���-
he   Bouth   Easl
Townshln 12,
'f    a I
TOA1
M MlHlNUi AMU CiNUlNK
Jnf      '' UAi< 'RON   wottK
%oi,s ,."."   W("i   WorK,   lnciurllTi.
Mi,ij' ",' ea' i'lro Escaces. etc
I..,        era anei .n���n��� _.i, _. ���*.
1 ... berth to 1 M lie surveys 1
m
md correspondence
parties entitled tl    '" ' having n   1
""ly to the ciaim ���    ;' .
 the '������'  tl ���     'rth.
-1   :������    regUl  e'.e, I ill*    1      '    '
V..':. ���       ������
 ��" :     /";::'.;.;���-
it.
JOHN REID,
L,    BRQBI|*HJXK1UMT.
th "  hav
n :' be llab
,. titi
��� : mted i" m
���   '
trlbution thereof,
Dated this 24th da
t Jul     1907
p, W. HOWAY,
474
Solicitor for
Churchloni
estate
lohn McKen
���
LAND REGISTRY  ACT
TAKE NOT1    .
E M.V.D   TENDERS   addressed to
.  comm   done    ol Dominion Lands, tenders wlll nol be considered unless
D   .,,,.,,, the    Interior,    and "'''" on  ""'  printed  form   itipplled,
marked on the envelope   'Tendei  Eoi and   signed   with  their actual slgna
i | ii...    i ,���    i   No  52T," i- 111 be re ,,,,vu-
���-.| al    ''i1- Dej irtment   until    12      Each tend i I        aci   tu ���i:''   '
,, ... |   ,. .. . ,,..  Wedm   : ���     the  Ith b;  an accepted cheel   on a   bartered
day ot Beptembei   190    foi   i license j hank, ma le payable to the order of the
Proviii ������  ... cul tlmbe   ou Berth No  527  com hota rable    the    Minister    ol    Put*
nd described Islng lands  iltuate In the Province Works, enual to ten pei cen I
... British '   lumbia,  u I   lescribed as ol   the rim.mni  ol lh    tendei      hlcli
. ilia* - wlll be forfelte I II th    p lei
Tituhei  B* '��� ' N ���  527, commencing :,!" ''"' Hn" '" ""'"'    ''   '
  v. -1   il  ihe- mo-  North- when called upon to do��0, or lt he fall
,..tv bouhdary "r   t'imber  Berth 290; t" complete the work - ed foi
thence Basl   along sal ! North bound- lf l| '''"f '"' f"1 accepted th ��� che* h
,.    ol   i m ���    Berth    90, ao chains, *W '"' returned.
m,,ie ,,, |,ss  to the Wesl bouhdary ot     The departm ides nol bind itself
,   ,.,    Berth    378;    thetiee   North, to accepl tfai  lowest oi an    tender,
.,. ,.,; Baid Wesl boundary o( Timbei Hy Order,
Berth 378, L20 chains, mor- or less, to FRED, OELINA8,
the since oi   Pitt   Lake;   thence West Secretary.
30    ehains,    more    or    less, to equal Department of Public Works.
length of    South    boundary:    thence      Newspapers inserting    this    aelver-
Sotith   120   ehains,  move  or   less,    to Hsement  without  authority   from   the I ! '   ' M
'point of   commencement   crataihlngi department will not be paid for it
an nrea of 240 acres, more or less.
The berth mus! he =<irveyed within
one year after the date ot thu notice
awarding the berth.
The regulation's  under which a 11-
VANCOUVER-VICTOR1A ROl  I
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vancoii
ver, 1 p.m. daily.
Leaves Victoria daily at 1 a.m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE ROU1 I
PRINCESS BEATRICE,
Leaves Victoria daily except Monday
at 8:SO.
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tuesdaj   ar I
Friday at 7 a.m., ami leaves Nen V,    t
minster on Wednesdaj   and Satui I -
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p ui
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves  Victoria   at   1 I   p.m.   nn   1 It,
7Ui, and l uh each month for ( '
quoi:   leave i Victoria    on    20th    f ir
i |ual Ino an l wa   i oinl :
The morning paper
TELLS THE NEWS
FIRS!
imadeto .. ,
ne    ��� ���
- . .
..:���.,Ar.,
���   . of the Crown Tljpber agent
��� .��i ..i-is ir, ir C.
tender m is    - ��� accompanied
i accepted ctoedue on a chartered
in  favour of the  Deputy  of the
er of the Interior, for the attot   the  bonus   which   the  applicant is nreoared to pay for a license.
tender   not   nurse    will be    issued, also    printed
forms of tender and envelope, may he
Westminster
Transfer Co.
The   highest   or   any
"floe 'Phone IKK        u-*rn 'rnone 137
Columbia  St
[an i r.\'. I 'emises
Ni louder ;.y telegraph will be en-
tertainel.
PERlJiY G. KF.YES,
_.iecre::r ;..
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, July r.t'J, 1907.
obtained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
New Westmltiste'r, B. C.
Each tender must i.e accotrVpauled
by an ac* epted ch W a chartered
i  In  iuvar of the Deputy of the
QaKKame dellverod
oart of the city.
pmmptiy  to  ^ny
Light and Heavy Hauling
Otfi:u���Tra.Yi   Oe^ot
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leave i  New  u estmlnstei  ou  M in
d-iv, Tuesday,  Wedns ida*.   I bu    lay
and Pi Ida    al  3 p  m. an I Satu
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mon
Im  at r, a. m
| /-a. - :    SI" C!     \l"!|   I   ."        I'ee- I 'V.
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 it, in.; Friday at 6 a. m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. ni.
UPPER  FRASER RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster. S a. in.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. in. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturdays-,   "ailing   at
etween   New   Westminster
anl Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 8 p.m. 2nd
ind llth ot each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure are approximate.
For reservations and Information
"���ell or address
vn. OOITLET,
A ment, New Westmlnstpr
B. J. COYLE
'.iistt. Oen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Superintendent, Victoria.   l ���
l-ie'iHl.
V$l
,ib ���
r 8
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,
' A1JGUST
: ** ** ****:.**��� r-**o**y**y* ** ** **:,**y**y** :**:** b*
I NEW HOUSE and 3 Cleared Lots I
HORSE RACING BARRED AT FAIR
(CoDlinutd from Page One.)
���
��� in West End, close to tram line; frontage *
I        on two streets;  5 rooms;   cement founda- X
��� tion; water in tke house; cellar. ���
��� Price   $1600. Enquire for terms
For Sale exclusively by
t
W. J. KERR
Real Estate prok��f
t
* Fire   and   life   insurance agent,
* 276-278 Columbia St, Westm inster. B.C. Phone  170   #
������. **b**y**y**b.**y**br**y**y*y**. ****** ** ** ** ** ���
Tk Excitement��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
II Underwood        Empire
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Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
WE: FRONT SIREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
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REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
to attend. I! is probable that some
arrangements will be made tor sailors
sports while the ships are in harbor.
Mayor Keary reported that he had
received several applications from
musical organizations for the privilege of playing during fair week, fur
stated amounts. After some discussion it was decided to leave such matters' to J?e (!'':l!t ivit!l ''-v ,h<? music
committee' '   "  " '>'.-"���,
The Rev. A. E. Ven wm was present as a rejiresentnt'.'.'e of the local
camp of the Sons of Scotland reported to tbe meeting with reference to
the proposals of the Scotchmen to
take j-.art in the celebration part of
the fair. Plans were under way for
a splendid program of sports to he
held on Wednesday afternoon of
fair week, and negotiations had already been commenced for seeurin..'
talent for the Scotch concert. Mr.
Vert suggested that the concert be
held in the opera house this year because of the fact that on account of
the noise and turmoil about the
grounds the selections could not be
heard well and was more or less
wasted. He reported that he had
talked the matter over with the lessee
of the opera house who had agreed to
keep the liouse available for thi
Scotchmen on the night required. The
force of Mr, Veil's objections to tie
Agricultural building av a music hall
was appreciated by the members of
the society an I it was decided on
motion to accept  the suggestion.
A proposition to include baseball
and football in the program of sports
was discussed and it was decided in
view of the absence of any offers
from the clubs interested to reserve
action for a future date.
J. H. Vidal asked for an appropriation of $200 foi gun shoots to beheld
al .Moody square. He pointed out
that inquiries bad already been received from Bellingham. Vernon an i
other clubs, and tha! he believed a
good shoot would attract a numbei
of persons to the fair who might not
otherwise attend. The matter was
left to the special features committee
to be dealt with,
The following committees were appointed:
.Music- committee: ft. ,l. Rickman,
chairman;   Dr. Doherty  and  E.B. Lyle.
Lacrosse committee: J. S. Henderson, chairman; .). J. Cambridge, John
Reid, R, Jardine and James Leamy.
Grounds commi,tee: Aid. Johnston,
chairman, A. Hardman, Aid Garrett,
James Brymni I   and  H. Lyall.
Decoration ommittee: Chief Watson, chairman, All. Gray, P. Bowler,
Aid.  Henb y and  A.  \V. McLeod.
Spi cial feal ures oommittee: T. .1.
Armstrong, chairman, W.E. Vanstone,
Ne - Nelson, Arthur .Malins and W. J.
Mathers.
Collecting committee: E, J. Pader,
chairman. .1. Reichenbach, Nels Nelson, Georgi Ailams anl Louis Williams.
Billeting i >mmitti ��� : Al I. Gai rett,
chairman, with the privilege of ch > --
ing his own  ci mmi   ��� ��� :������ n,
Tiie meeting then adjourned to con-
��������� ae eeer.iiii iu tin' same place on
"2 - - lay  ev- ning   J tth   inst,
Those present wsre: President T.
.1. Trapp in the chair, W. R, (iii: y,
W. E, Vanstone, G, It Brymner, F.
it. Lyle, A. Hardman, All. Garrett, .',
ii. Vidal, Fire Chiel Watson* and S n ���
retary W. H. Keary.
Ten Days More
Collister's Annual Summer Clea ra nce Sa
CLOSES iN TEN DAYS MORE. Although many lines on sale during the, opening days have been sold out completely, we !;��,���* y^J
more special snaps.    You will find it just as profitable to b ,-, now ��
special snap;
before, and a good deal more so than later on.
New White Wool Blankets $3.75 per pair
2b pair of White Wool Blankets, Bize 60x80.   This special Iim- is a Bhipmenl  wl .
two weeks, therefore, you will find them perfectly clean.    We sell them  regti
oar sale we clear Ihem out at this special low price; per pair	
A few pair only of odd linen of Gray Blankets, regular values $4.60; for  	
Big   Clearance   of   Women's   Lustre
SKIRTS
(inly 21 of this line in stock. Wc have marked the
entire lot at the low price as below. Good serviceable early Fall Skirts, every one of them; regular prices $3.75 to $-_.T.r>.    Sale price each.. .$2.2b
Two Special Lines of Misses' Skirts
One lot Misses' Homespun and Tweed Skirts; regular
prices $4.00 to $4.tr-0.     Sale price each $2.95
One lot Cloth and Lustre Skirts, dark colors; regular
prices to $3.00.    Sale price each $1.95
WOMEN'S $8.00  TWEED SKIR\
Now $5.25
Win five days' selling there hai beei a big redttflj
in the number of the skin- on e i I argain tab!
We have still a complete ranire of sizes, howj
and any woman will find nowhi ��� else such
ues as we arc offering in this line. Mostly!!
and medium grey Tweeds, and neet an old.J
skirt in the lot; regular prici .'.-;,-.,]
$8.00.     Sale price each  yj
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Colored Lustre Shirtwaist Suits Half Price
Our prices are marked in plain figures and when you see the tei fig ;,-. -   Bhowlng   tin    | i   ���
suit.s you can compare with the regular prices and you will fiml reductions as quoted hen
Eleven only in the lot; four colors, green, navy. Brown and black, sizes 32, ,'M, 36 ami 38:
Regular price $18.50 sale price	
Regular price $16.50 sale price	
Regular price $10.25 sale price	
Regular price  $6.75 sale price	
One navy Taffeta  Cloth Shirtwaist Suit, regular price $21; sale price..-.. ..-	
One only Cray Tweeel Suit, regular  price  $2n.~b;   sale  price   ...��	
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No goods on
approbation or
exchanged during the sale.
Everything as
advertised.
W. S. Collister & Co.
247 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
This stott tli
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every  day
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Shop earl) I
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Columbia St.
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MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Nature's      j
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I        Lesson
How many In this life are- like
tb" butterfly who lives In tbe '
enjoyment - and pleasures of the'
present, with no though! of the
morrow, and bow few, comparatively, are like the anl which
ont Inually labors, preparing for
that rainy  day or cold weather
which is sun- to oomi -
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
Money in Real Estate
|: Preserving Ketlles
I     Tea Kettles
I        Rice Boilers
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Carload of
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Wc 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 of Colgates.
Sec Our Window
PHONES    88��� 1C9
D. 8. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spectacles.Sceds
New Westminster
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
stal Ions  will  run  every half-
hour from ~,:b<i a. in. to 11:30
p, m,
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
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hour,
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at ��:
Sunday Service   liairnm'
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City  Line:    Cars leave Irani
British Columbia Electric Ry- Co.,Ujt
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