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 ite, Shiles & Co.
I, J INSURANCE
'^STMINSTER, B.C
hvW -��� '
KUMBEE l^'.i
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone S5
WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY MORNING,   AUGUST 19, 1907.
10 cents pen WEEK
BV WPS
IN FRASER RIVER
Sherman Tells of Distances In the Pastil Tab Kept on Men.
TWO PROMO7
'���fj.
D.   J.   tSe^art  Appoint       .
Superintended.  -     |
ANOTHER ASYLUM
IS 10 BE BUILT
*>*��
BRANCHING  OUT.
He
i/^UBLE   AT  THE  MINE.
���
I
I-
1 ���
I   li.-ard   f ri 'in   the
.   boat!   wen
ipwards neai
on VVedni ->!���.
-   :.. en  ci n-
��� ��� men's grave-
ea.it an.  know n
,]ctlma dm iiiii '' ���
. night.   Fi
... ���,   reported ��� i
ti Ing ih<- Mini*
. f|     ������,    ill.-   fi-!.'
I - acl Icallj  !���' : -
:.. '���       Hei '    thl .'
��� .': '
Sl tl
'.
���  .vial Government Proses Expending Big Sum
Much Needed Home.
lie  many   deaths
��� lace on the river in thi
-,_:    Beason,
��� .. ' .1 !i    are-    ii" . ���
. fisherman, Ai.
[..��� .. ��� | thi opinion thai .
r,. pul In practice fo
he men who s-'" out,
Ly ��� ���-.,   i heck ien thi
i-.i ...    ihe-   (!(..
feeri ��� be ma :������ acquaint-
I   ���.. m<   states that I
| h friends among   I
j the   t! .��:.    lllele-    If    ::
.    : . .:��� ..'ier    ' . i.,_
..........
m ind  Ige  i:e  fi I i
Ifti ount is kept, ai
���   ���;.. h     lives
|-
���.  do  Inquiry   -
n ��� mpty fishing ,
I nes iii ��� "ii-
������.'  that  mon
1   .-     ���. a   added   t<    I  i
lsl
s been a fisherman i u
I the     List    seven tei
quainte I with every
. B .'i   \ coi I to the Sand
Thi    .   . .'    d 'in-":   s'] ot,   1
listanei  oul from tl i
.. ives break on thi
1 ; 'ing a falrlj Btn
all the waj
il   Is  as  much as  a
w< ��� th i<> i;.' in 'i''
the  water maj
t feel  deep, 11  rolls
- ���  ' .    ��� :,villi;   the   bo1
���������  ' ���    te,   ..le !    lie.'   ni":'
'���- i !   v. Ith  man   feel
���]���--.; the di ov, nini
��� ��� a In Hi" ��� ��� ea Iters dui -
1 " ���  1901.   The gale was
its ha I bi "ii drift' d
ngei  zone.    Benois!
dso wi ll In t.e-
efore    they
.   net,   wi ll   load d
As they were
���. wards deep watei.
���..._.  tting    an-
���-; ol   Instei
 11 row lng aw
lone,  the men
n  their  nei   until
.   kers,   when the
"" ! Into Hi e air on
and then swam, i d
ei  dlsappi ared and
i    The weighi of
ke] i    'lie'   boat
��� made Inquiries Rl
���eai iles,    bul    nevi i
��� lentity  of the  losl
��� ���.
Se wart afl
��� '��� ft        ���    ���       ials
���
11 1        .......
; ��� . maneni   ���    i
.
.������.-..
Stewa
��� ���
Pa.nless  De-; str)   This.
Renfrew, Au��
eath,  in
here 1 ol  M
I Queen        m    near Ri     ���  ���     Shi
-   ;������   thi   dental offici
tneron, and ��� ��� .
f teetl   exi     t<        She desired thi
administration  ol       orofon
...e-     -  IG< " ���    ' .';������.
���   :    shoi ���.    Ol    .
��� ration proved fata]    nd       tl   igh
efforl was madi   lo re\ .���   M -
son, she dii ft In a few si
���   ���   ��� .       need thai an ap-
. le ���:..   | ....
-   .���   ���   . ai .,��� \:   se-
��� ���       i of i       ge as
ng on i ii|iii;-
��� ���' ii   alreadi
���   ��� the as; th-
-���.      ..   ....:  am-
\.
���   -��� t  for gov
ern    : .   _���        -..-.       , ���   ,.-[..,.
���  ���     -          ��� forci
-    .��� ���   build-
on in   Sap-
':... ��� ���    ��� "    .
��� ���'-������.      s  is also  thi
. ti ���   ai   Vi - non      lue: .-.,-
���   several i -   the sup< rin-
iei n   dn porting   to   I
Stati thl      i .:.        :.
- ... itj  c ' ild ��� e ee-
.   ished   ���.   th(   satisfai tion of  the
��������������� ritii     and s!     iin- institutions are  ov<        v. led.    Since  the
��� .   .....   based at Co iiiitlam I j
govi        ���   ���   Supei Intei :. I ni Doh-
��� ���:..    ..-   kepi   aboul   twentj   lunatii
eepers at the   fiaj m w,itb
��� ���>   satisf;   torj   results,    li   Is   the
ntention eg ivernmeni   now  to
���   ��� ���. --  thi   I mati i , ��� ,��� ilation al the
farm I       ���  il 200,  bj   drawing fron
institutions at  Sapperton    and
and to ereel ���     ui lings
:.  .   aceommoda-
���.. :.
B.  C.   E.   R.   Intends     Increases     Car
Building Plant.
Ow ing to the call foi  :;. ��  cars  t<
talc    ...    f     in    ever    increasing
l|     ,...-.  . .i.e ���      .- (       K.<  I -
���     :      ,-��� . I] ��� . idi ..:   '.,
..   ....   .   ���      nsti tiction nl
two    ..........      .    :...     ;.   .    I
. I  pe, w I  ....     e added ti
Ni >>   \\ i s    . ���   \ :  and Jii-
:.     '.;...   ..��� :��� '���'��� ���    i.    will    be
.>:... :... ol   rolling
- ���       wlthou      ....    and    a    double
���   uu a each : e   em-
��� i    :.i he  New   V i stminstei   < ai
i his   ��..:.    e    tin    the   adding of abou thi   paj  roll
...   .. :i. anj.
.   mpan    ��� ., ��� hav<   the
ihi     ..: -  com] leted wi a yeai  at
:    ib ...   $1
EISHERY REPORT
Interprets-. . ��� lause One   Makes
IS VOLUMINOUS        M"^��"1
Work of Commission is Almost Completed -Statistics In Compact Form.
MOSQUITOES DEFEAT
PLAN EOR LONG RIDE
Belyea Wins Out at  Las:.
. Igmi ul w. s han led down bj   I. -
noi  Judge Cane . -.-.  !". daj  awn,d-
.  -  thi   sum ..I |9.20 to  il.  Beyl< .  &
i'e    foi   timing  an .   ng  foi   thi
Calgarj Milling company, the dam-
igi _ and costs to he oorni b; thi d( -
.- .. ..'.: c impany.
V.'   ii. p. Ladner acting for the de-
n ants    thi   Calgarj   Milling    com-
..; .��� contended that Percj Venables, j
.ei. w.es acting looallj for them, had
no authority to engage Belyea and
l anj m do teaming on behalf of
the company, and i; we:- therefore
the   duty   of  the  plaintiff's  to  show
ial   ilu-  principal    was    responsible
���  ��� the acts of ihe ag< nt, an i thai th
ng companj  was liable   for   the
���   ts  Incurred  bj   Vi aa l< s    on   be-
..': ol  ilie company.
V. \v. Howay app< a       I ir li. Belli .. ..... I companj.
. .i: \ ta . Aug. i1-    Bel ween
eighty an I < ne    hundred men,    em-
ploj ees of thi    \ Ibe ta  Railw ij   and
. :  . . i ines,
l_,ethbr!dg<.   refused   to   go   ..    w oi
yesterdaj Tho   dispute  ls
ovei thi -. . pn tation of clause one
. : th< ..' ������ ents signed June 4,
w hich reads, Vli mlnei s and mine
lahon ��� - hall work ��.1j_ht houi
day," II being definitely unde -'....i
. hours' wo . al
... excluslvi . ihe
half hi      '     noon time, wil
mini ��� -   working . -��m -
tract, ���>"  ���    .:���"  '.o   work eig tt hours
at thi i    > .    lng.
The     ���      tffected an    th<        Iver*
n and g   ppers     Thi i   e
... the     time stai ts wl   ������, I hej
harm   s I hi I   horei s, while th ��� com-
lanj   .i.e.   -    hal   the working  place
is w hen   the     hitch to the car In ihe
mine     rhi  complaint of the shiftmen
and grippers Is similar.     ll    iv    no!
thou hi   thai   the  trouble will    take
lonp  to settle, although both  parties
seem determined to stick by iheir In-
terpn tal li n  i ' :2i- clause,
H. E. Farmer Starts Out to
Cross B. C. on Polo Pony,!
But 'Skeeters Interfere.
���\n   attempl  to  travel   six  hundi
��� -   across  '.'���   tii    Column     ri   u.
.in ponj   has jusi   b< i n aban-
. fai     .    :��� H. E. Fai mer, ol
- ���       am ise... v.   o started on   ���
.������ lis   ago,    md   . '���; ndom I    I ���
���   at   Chilliwa  I     after     vain'..
. :u."
tha    to .mi.      Mr.   Fi   i
the  mo     .:'  ��� -     ir his spolll
day,   saying   thai   thi .    svi
thick    in   ih"   t'icinitj   ol   Chill
- ���    1...   :,,.,y   .1 ISO   iti ',    n fusi ft    1
,. igh the - . i ins, thi i v-
..., | .iroUn 1 the two I avelh rs, !'. ri i-
. i  an :  hi i polo ; oi
. aking of bis failure al
lng   .   three  m< nths   holiday  in   this
in ;- ii    mi nm r   yesterday    evi ning,
Mr.   Farmer,  who   was seen    al   tne
Guichon   ij   ' News man, state I
PINKERTON   IS  DEAD.
Head   of   Fan-ous     Detective    Agency
Expires at Sea.
New   V    .     \ug.   18.���Robert   .Mian
Pink*   ton   bead ol  I  i   Earn   is    etec-
Ive agen ������   id I ... -      hi     besl
known th     .;.   thi   world,  died
m M- a li .��� ai sea on the ine i Bremen.
The ii. '.. - v. as flashe '. ovi r the
rom 1 ��� ' ��� laj whi n thi
North German I I - ��� iniship Bre-
mi n,   :   ���:.  M< ��   x      , arrived ofl   I
i .; ft    m   be    v.   .     to   Poi tsm. uth,
irg and  Bn men
MYSTERIOUS CRAET
Will SAIL EOR NORTH
Crew Must Be Composed
Entirely of Volunteers-
Object to Be Surveying.
\ twi ntj -two tern sailing vi ���-���
i   n  11'iu; li t<.'. . a the Hai
|l - illi 11 .   I I    K     l ��� I \     .1 .
,. . iver,  .emi  will   in-   broughl   ei.iwn   to
....   nea   ng E iro] ���   w
Hi    a. -     i ":,';l   S<M   in   ,h" ,lu
"Bob" I   	
ij on a ]<mg tour ol nl ni il m ki   .. vv weeks.    The   euildi r ���
never  bi en  ."  b the ��� I
'
F"rieaces  Close   Down.
P ' ���' I '
.:
|-    18.���Three  of  the
i onsolidate!    Ci .'s
I are oul of commis-
are running,    Half of
���    'in   of   commission
��� I coke,    There is nn
to   transporl   coke,
��� : cause is the lack of
I'  "
|- erles and coke ovens,
the fact thai the coal i
I
I
squlti es in any  ��� .'���" of thi   worl I
:,'.    een on this lasl  jourm j
I |.. uttle ;" la simply ma le lifi   un-
. .   and   any   trip   ui l<
presi   '  conditions  ��
... a  most  discouraging al
..    ,    ;    een     Farmer's   Intention
,..n B   C.   ii   Alberl
I .   ���     allowing himsell thn ���  ���������.���
in whi      o .   m ilete the trip, bul thi
. ,..  . ,   upsel  all  his  calcula-
t) ina    and   he    Is    now    wondi
.,....,    . to  Uberta bj  train, oi
bad     iei    Califi    .
Chances al  preseni  are In   favoi   . I
iii��. trip south.
Mr. Farmer has traveleld exten I
ly chroughonl the state - with the assistance of his pony 'Ned.' and he
feels moreal homi in the saddle than
any other place, lb- has been engaged m several hazardous explorations,
and. being fl man of means and i-;s
the
.. acht is Captain E. J. Ward*, and hi
says thai he has put in the lee.si  [arl
. two years getting the boai built
exactly ilu< way he wants it. Now
thai It Is completed, the cai.:,..in announces ;h.ii h" will star! shortly for
lu   Arctic  regions,  whe-re  he  Is    to
��� . aducl  .i gi ologlcal survey.
Win u  pressed  for details concern-
;.    th<   scientific exploration    parly,
\\ ai in   declined to furnish  I lie'  n in
of scientists who would go oul   wii.i
iim, and talked in \ ag n  tei iii- ol   be
work   which   was   to   be   il^>ii".     il"
cliiiiiis in come  from an    Id   rbce ol
��� x i. rers, ids fathi i  and grandfather
having  bi i n uo I  ���    ,    ��� imen  in  .'.
  ��� arlj daj s.
,.     ,,.,       ,, Ac. ordlng   to   his   si dementi    he
3i   i'ii    Minn., Aug. 18,    l he con-
, '    ...       ,    ,     ,.     . will  take  ila. ...,.'��� ���    ip to the   Ma
trol  which .1. J.  ti.il and  th<   Gn tl .         ....
.        ,   ,,         ' nzie river wiilim      r< �� week i, an 1
\ irthern stockholdi rs have hel I ovi i |
hunt,  lish ainl  exjil   i   a ouhd   I in . i
i me time    Hi     . ���   return
.ni a \. lie.n the ie ���   . :. i      'i ii.
of  the   vcsi I   will   havi   lo   bi     .''ll
everal
nd    . . ns to'.d I
tl . igh 11  ���.'.    not generallj     iowi
iei   for life v.:.-.  .
give    ip    foi go  abroad,    ll"
,      I fr< ..i  li ���     .. sl   Saturdaj   ��
"Flon ye"  Sullivan   and   a   ; arty
politlci  ���!     ind  s]     ting  mi n.
ii,  - iffen .1 from heart .ii-.- ise an :
.was going '.   ',':-������ ���    ad . n I i ': ���     I
man resorts In the h ire i ( rec ���������
lng his physical we !lb< ln|.   II  ���������.
thirtieth trip acn   -  I h    si i.
i       commission  appointed   bj
Doi  Inion govei nment in .lul>   190
in aring the end ,-: Its arduous lal
lis   s.  : ��� ev hal   voluminous   repoi i   Is
now   in  .   .ni.    . .i   nol   yi t   Issued to
the i      l<      \.ie..nc.  copies a>a  a
- hi .1   ��� hal iliis . kaborate repoi I <   n
sists o   th "<   pai ts; the firsl part in-
clu les a re\ li w ol ih" \ ai led I Ishing
��� -   trees oi I ie" provlnci. an I gi> -
ii  recital nf ih" Inquiries  ma li   anl
the a<: ;:. woik accomplished bj the
on dm Ing the lust two ; ears.
'. - -.���:, h Is added ol the se..] e, an I
oi  thi   v. suiis. of the several former
commmissions, authorized by the gov-
ernoi   general  In council to investi-
gati br fisheries of British Columbia,   The second part covers ihe' pro-
posi I amendments eef the statutes and
pari three covers the- suggested new
regulations.    These   are-   to   be   sui ���
milled to the ministei  of marine and
fisheries.
Of  pari i   of the  report,  recentlj
signed bj the members of the commission preseni at the executive Bit-
tings,  etxendlng from the  llth  ult.,
to the preseni date, il ma>  be staieel
thai ii extends to nearly 200 pages of
the usual sized Dominion blue books,
and will include a large number ol
illustrative plates, as well as elaborate tables of statistics, specially
pared tor the comraisslolt. 11
gives interesting descriptive and historical reviews of the salmon, herring,
halibut, sturgeon, true cod, Mack
cod. red cod. oyster, alu.lone. whale
and other valuable fisheries. 11 forms
Indeed, the fullest an.l most elaborate
repo t on all our sea lisheiiiis evei
I ri ired, anel will be of permanent
value as a source of Information tin
11. C. fish and fishing,
Thc chairman of the commission.
the greatest authority living on Parish anel fisherli s. Professor
Prince, stated al the first public sitting held in the council chamber, mulaUng a demand that the gambling
New Westminster, November 14, 1905, hell at Monte Carlo be closed. Monte
that the s,,.,,e of the work to be ac- Carlo has been the social plague spot
_onpiis.ee i was more extensive ihan of Europe for years. The people til
thai or any previous commission In Europe have begun tei think it im-
British Columbia, possibli   ti   a   mse public    Bentinwnt
\   prominenl   part of the commis.  againsi Monti Carlo,
slon's  labors  was the    International |    The millions, which that resort has
iference    with   the   representatives   scattered broadcast to suppress pub-
Another  Set of Cranks.
Warsaw, Ind., Aug. 18.   Thi  annual
meetini  ol the Saints, a religious sect,
i wiih a membership in Indiana, Ulin-
ois Ohl   and Pennsylvania, began to-
| day at the Yellow Creek lake camp
pro nils In ihis country, win ��� they
have a large tabernacle with Beating capacity of one thousand. The
seel . . . - in holy sanctification.
The members are total abstainers,
even reg rding coffee and similar
bi vera;:* e h: .ini no pari In t'hris-
tian life.
GAMBLING CRUSADE
STIRS OID EUROPE
Green Cloth May Be Ripped
Off Tables at Monte Carlo
Gaming Hell.
i.oii.un.  Aug,  18.���-Europe    ts for
of the state of Washington, The negotiations carried on al S< attle In
Movi ae ��� 1905, and in Vancouver in
September last,  resulted in a mutual
lie opinion has made the natlottfi regard oppositb -i as hopeless-
The' latesl  tragedy a) Monte jCai lo
the   mur.lei   and    mutilation    of    ��-
HILL M\ HAVE LOST
CONTHOL OF N. P. STOCK
the Northern Pa :ifi    I u  i 'mi    ,��� ti
;;.i. Ix ra : .. coi ling i.e     i! c
: rn sl  currenl  rallroa I gossip.    Wh  i
M has ..... n re] irti i toi ���-��� veral wi i
picked  men, evei j   ;,,. ti  a   ... in
ami  only aboul  hair a  dozi u �� ii
Ll the com ri I    I tin   mad had l" i a
. uttle credi m ������ was given t i
, . , taken  Innn  Uns   porl  ���      \ ancouvi r.
cossp at  flrsl    ih" reports havi   bei i
' . ; I he   remainder  oi   the   crew   will   be
erslstenl au : so convincing, how-
,   ,,       ,  ,    i made  up ol  Esquimaux, pn kc I up
ever, thai they an   now believed   ���;��� ' ' .
.,      ., .     i  lir in > i-i ti.     lln   captain my  also   n-
m   rij all railroad men In the cltj , ���
,,    ,,..,      , , .. ��� duiiu' in a   Ittle seal hunting,   us    i
li is reported thai Mr, Hill and hi
, ,,   ,   way ol  relaxation.
Is   firsl   began   to   lose   control :     '
,   .   , ,,,,        \\ arne   ins been  in 1 he city Or in
... n the leesi greal shrinkage In the
���l,,! |(] u ni" lae-t  thai the COI
In,.''"' . nies pay lower wage
lll..i,i^" ' i:i "" talliferous mines.
I  ., rable of the coke-
I lie Crow's Nesl pass   is
I Montana,    This is   resented
'     ol  plants using .'"kc
Uing, and having a
I
I
this
side,.
Province, who
verv   rightly
I   I
!>(]
11 1
���   (| ime plants should
Unless the coke sup-
I .������'     ' i   '   enl   e.f   the   furnace-
" 'i> be shut down.
WVi
���
\Hr,
M, o'(
inli.
aftei
H.
In ���:
ior, ., timbi r cruiser of
:i"il to the city yes-
aT>    absence   or   some
H'ill leave again for the
"  l I   a few  days.
are. fond of trave
Hiking for adventure, be  Intends    to
: travel many more miles on his     i
,  before finally  hanging   up   hta
, ,;Ms In his famili  residence In Cai-
i
, ifornln,
Plunge to Death.
Sonman, Pa.. Aug. 18    A     -     '"
taming elghl miners, ,
to descend  lo i
ward,   Insl ad    ol     lownw  r
struck the top tip   ���
the mouth ol  0v
| overturned, precipl   tin.
tothe bottom    :  th
were   killed.
and
below.    All ih.   I ���
n,i    . ���  values i   mmenced,   aboul    a
.,   .   ag '.    The  Greal   Northern  wa-
. |ing   ,e   over  the 300    mark    and
;,:  thi rn  Pacific  near It.    In a  few
,,..   .   thej   sagg* d,    however,    and
.    oth stocks are    quoted around
120.    It  is said   Mr.   Hill    borrowed
noney on his stocks and in that
epl   his    controlling    interests.
,,,,.,  the  markel   values sagged no
iwever, it was oecesasry to
...    and a great amount of money
!  in  paying   collateral    on
'.nally  the   strain   upon  th"
es,  11  is said,    came    to   tho
Int and a large amount of
 sacrificed.   It Is said that
.1. i' Morgan, who sided with Mr.
Hill in all his deals, also lost very
heavily in shrinkage and was forced
u; drop much of the Btock.
past lew eliiys, trying to pick out m :i
suitable for the Job of han lling a vessel which u going north to hum an,d
explore and fish a little, bul up to
ikite lie has nut secured any volunteers,   No others will be taken.
Lightning  Stuns Four Men.
Tyvan,  Sunk.,   Aug.   IS.���On  Friday
evening   a severe   electrical   storm
passed over this district, during which
four young men were stunned by
holt   and  one of   them   hud   a   verj
close call for his life.   The three sont
of D. C. McDonald, ami a  hired  man,
were putting up  hay  and   When   U
storrn cam., thej gol under the wag n
for  shelter.     Th.e      bolt     descended,
kllllni; the i.orscs  Instantly and  it n-
derlnu  the   lour   young  men     unconscious,
understanding thai Washington state We&althj woman bj the bogus baron t,
would ade pt p rotectlve fishery mea's- Sir Ven Gould, who, with his �� e,
ui s comparable to those enforced wa8 ruined al the tables In the
In Canada, During the progress of casino, has Btartled all Europe,
their work, members ol the B, ('. The London Times has initiated a
commission have submitted Beveral crusadi to suppress gambling al
Interesting reports the contents of Monti :Ca I . which has become the
which were made public al the time, haunl for th world's rogues, fools
and thej are summarized In ihe> and i Imlna \ society is now
��� ni final report, lt Is unneces- forming In London to bring pressure
sary to do more than recall certain to beai on thi governments chiefly
more Importanl recommendations. Inten ted .��� ippresg the syndloate'a
The commissioners have emphasized, monopo]    on gambling.
thi   n ssity  of a    satisfactory ad- >
justment, al  as early a date as pos-   liITrnin 111 ITTP   I (1PT
Bible, ol the differences between the  INIlKItIlUiAILU  LUoI
Dominion and Provincial governments I'lliC   4T \'ll TI1UIA
ii;   ilu   ii  i    fisheries, and the UAwlL  t\\   V lu IUHIA
del rmlnatlon   of  Ihe  extenl  of  ter-      Thi    New    Westminster    Interme-
iiioiiai    Jurisdiction    In  the  Hecate  dlates  wenl   down   to  defeat   al   the
waters as torelgn vessels are   hands uf thi   Vici        team    In   the
'.,!���������. i lomlnle n   law s i capital cit; ��� tei noon bj the
i.vminiiM ,-n Pace Thri'O overwhelming       n  o   three goals to
i    nil,   The result was a greal surprise
to   local   lai rosse    ��� nthusl iel:.    who
DUSINESS    women. looked upon New  Westminster Inter*
Winnipeg, Aug,  18     \fter a search   mediates a   th     Icl  ol the province.
lasting several days Detective Qreen   The game ha     een lagging In Vto��
. ��� i under arresl lasl nighl a col-   toria for the lasl couple of j-ears, bul
< i wom.m who gave her name as  d���. good showing made by their boys
Mrs. i.  Hool;' and the police author- j Wiii no doubl hav the desired effect
ilie <   think   they   have   captured   one 10f reviving  il   anions  Victoria  sports.
<if   ihe   slickest   woman   criminals   in       The defeat Ol  Un   \. w Westminster
i the.city.   Mrs. Hobly is alleged to te I bunch  ha-   been charged up  to the
a pickpocket and she has heen wanted i home players, who, it Is claimed were
j for some time past, but last night she ' ao\   sufiliilientl.v   epxeriieneed   to   gvi
wias   cornered   in   a   lane   and   after   ,,,, aaainst the lai ger men which Vic-
| a  little fitruggle she went  quietly to   toria put In the field    The game was
\ the station  with  the detective. ; fuel   nl!   through,   both   teams   dOlUg
The licensed woman has for weeks ��� g���m]   combination   work.     No   goals
I been  annoying  men  by  approaching  were  made in   the  first, quarter, the
them in a quid  spot and asking Or: scores  registered  by  Victoria   being
car fare to a certain 'place. When her   ,���.���],. itl ,lu, ,sr,.ond and last quarter.
request   is  refused  she    throws    her'     T|���,  p|.ly  waa  ei0Sely  watched  by
around   the   man   accosted  and   the   referee,   who   sent  a number of
| with  one  hand  she litis  all  the  vnl-   payers,  to  the  fence  for    longer    or
' uables sh- can lay her hands on.   If   shorter period* Or offences of which
her victim is troublesome or attempts   they were lwt a]wayB guuty, contends
to call for help she flourishes a wick- | some of the players.
���ei   1   iking  knife In   his    face    nnd       \  retum match will be played in
to do him serious injury,    j tbls clty w(thln the next tbree weekg- PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Fire  Insurance  Department
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1    Assets
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Hartford Company
Incorporated  1810.
$21,411,439.43
Connecticut Company
Incorporated   1850.
Assets       .       .       .       $6,195,758.69
Phenix Company
Incorporated 1853
Assets       .       .       ���       $9,141,546.04
ierica
Ins. Co. of North Amc
fncorporati ���!   i;.
Assets     '       '       ���       $12,246,918.26
in
We represent lhe above four, old established and reliable companies, who have paid dollar for dollar in alli-great, fires ^^g,^?1^^ or^eZ  ,     !ahns J
Westminster were settled in seven and four days respectively, namely, Brunette saw mill and McLean s barns.     It youi nouse, otnci property ls
not insured, write or phone oo.
Real   Estate   Department
Burnaby
2'.} 1-3 acres of first class land (alder
bottom), part cleared and under cultivation; hniis'- and harn; good water
*      and   -'"i'i   frill!   land.    $100  per  acre.
:
:
MONEY TO LOAN
\AV have, several thousand dollars
e nti usted to us by clients to Invest
in New Westminster Ken! Estati on
Firsl Mortgage and approved security,
Loans will be negotiated promptly.
TRY US.
EBURNE CAR LINE
City subdivision property; -1..
acres fronting on three streets;
grand view of city and river. Price
$2750.
2V4 acres fronting on four sti'eets;
all subdivided; good location, Price'
$3000.
I 3-4 acres fronting oa three roads
opposite school,    Price  $500.
:i ���'!-) acres on two established
roads, alder bottom.    Price $10C0.
Water Frontage
$5 to $10
Per foot frontage.
Industrial and Mill Sites
Deep Water and Railway Trackage
C. P. R. and G. N. R.
FRUIT AND POULTRY
RANCH
Close '" cltj: good house; good
spring wai..:-; 15 acres cleared; balance aide:' bottom. $2500 per acre.
Easy Terms,
11 acres on the V il ��� road, 3-1 mile
from Brownsville wharf. Price $175
per acre.   Eas) Terms
City Lots
li lOtS cl'is������ tO C
park ; partly e-;.. i
terms  easy.
We have bul
all   parts of  III"    ell
; I public
Price   $���:-:
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia Street.   Phcne 85.
Agents   of   the   Imperial   Trust   Company,   Limited
i! lots on  in a  V .a o
In west i'ii.I of
4   lots  in   wesi
Price  $450.     Eas.\   T
2   cleai" d   lots   on   ia
car line, $300 each,
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A  SPECIAL   LINE
Dr. Williams'
Par ��� Famed
FLY and INSECT DESTROYER
Protects horses, cattle ancl poultry from
vermin. To be had in 3 sizes���quarts
1-2 gal. and 1 gal. cant'. : Spray Pumps.
The Public Supply Stores GEp?opt
GEO. ADAMS
ietor
LUNCHEON  WAS  EXPENSIVE. ! J>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>;:c*;>>;:<:>-^ &>����>>����>��I<��<<����^
Inxteail  of in Franca 11  Really  (oil   "_
40,000 Franca.
One day three friends in Paris were
takini; a walk together,
"I slie.uld lil*.- to bave an exejuisite
lunch," said oue of the three.
"I should be satisfied with a lunch,''
said the second, "which Is a little short
���f being exquisite."
"And J," remarked the third oue.
"should lie content with any kind of
lunch."
Unfortunately uone oi' them was possessed of the necessary money.   Presently oue of the trio was struck by au  S
idea.   He led  bis friends to a music  ;���;
publisher and made him an offer: ���*]
"Buy  from  us a song.   This gentle-   i��:
Ware
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The Best Is The Cheapest
The old  rule works both   ways  If   you   gel   yi
done by tho "Boston Dentists." Our operato 3  tre a espej
clallsts of many years' experience,   We empl iy no ;. Their)
work, accomplished with the aid of the "Boston Dentists'" patent!
ed painless methods, is the best  known  to the profes ..    o_r|
g ild    nd porcelain crown and bridge work cannol be eq \
where at any price.    Let us give you an estimate
man wrote., the text; that one set it to ' if; We have just opem
B U LLETIN
Great Northern Railway
<tC(\ ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS  &C(\
4>"" ANO RETURN $""
Tickets mi sale Aug. S,9, 10, Sept. 11, 12, 13 acct. Jairn .town
Exposition,   Keiurn Limit, Ninety Days.
Al ove rate is from N'ew  Westminstei
$60    from    Seal
Same rates apply to Duluth; proportionately low rates from
Washington and Oregon potats Kate to Chicago: $71,50
from Xew Westminster. $64.00 from Spokane, $71.50 from
Seattle, Low rates to Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, and
���...'a...  othi f eastern points
~-\   FOR A COMFORTABLE TRIF TAKE THE
"OMENTAL LIMITED"
Standard and tourist sleepers, dining cars and Combination.
Observations car. Meals in dining car on the a la carte.
I lan.   The "FAST .MAIL" is another good train.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WEST.VilNSTER.  B. C.
W. A. ROSS, A  iistaul General Pass, Ast., Sean..-, Wash.
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up a nice >; ���*
music, anel I shall sing it, as I am the  ;���; |jne   ,,f   ALUMINUM   GOODS,   [���{   $
ouly one irt" us wiih a good voice." '���*!.,,. '   ,*,\*i
���*: including��� .���.   .���.
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We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years Willi
Protective Guarantee
"Well, sing it for a trial," replied th
publisher.
The young man complied, anel lln
publisher seemed to be satisfied. He
paiil 15 francs for the song, and the
friends hastened Joyfully to a restaurant.
The author of the text, was Alfred
de Musset, the musician was Mon pur
and the singer Dupre. The song, which
was bought and paid for witli la
francs, "The Aiidalusian Girl." yielded the publisher 40,000 francs.���Har
per's Weekly.
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
; I Preserving Kettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc., Etc.
Strength  i>f a  Il��-ar.
Few people know that a grizzly bear
can give poiuts to any other carnivorous animal in point of strength, A
grizzly bear weighing just four hundredweight lias been watched carrying a heifer of more than two-thirds
Its own weigbl for two miles up the
most steep aud rugged mountain siele.
and this without  pausing one instant
r-er rest.    The grizzly bear is the lar- | {<
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1
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J  splendid
jjj recommend  them.
fhese   poods    are    giving
satisfactii n,   and   we
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Full sei       teeth $5 and up     Gold   Fillings
Gold Crowns   $5.00     Silver Filling
Bridge Work, per tooth.... $5.00     Extracting..
.$' and up I
  50c I
 50c I
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited]
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hours 9 a.m. to S p.m.  .DR. A.  R. BA KER.   Consulting  Dentist.
>!   vfBs\&&&3il3El08li^
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How nicely anJ easily a Cake can he iced with
ate
tms&o*
gest ji in 1 mosl powerful of all the bear
tribe, but his cousin, the cinnamon
bear, runs him very close, and tbe big
white peilar bear, though uot really so
dangerous a customer, is capable of
performing tbe most extraordinary
feats ui' strength.
I ANDERSON j
y LUSBY {
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1S11
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   in   London,   England, :
New  York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
e  . ' Danking Business Transac led.
Letters of Credit Issued, available wl tL correspoueleuts In all t.arts of the j
World.
Savings  Bank   Department,     Dcp   ilts    'ere ������ !  In sums Of %\ and upwards, '
and Interesl allowed at ". per c eel   per annum (present rate) added
fcur times a year.
Total   Assets  over $168,000,000.00.
Nl W  WESTMINSTER  BRANT ll G   D   BRYMNER.  Manager j
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Just Received:
Carload of
BRIQUETTES
Giving Impressively.
There are. diversities of giving as
we'll as of gifts. To give a little with a
grand air sometimes seems to make
more of fin Impression than to sive
much modestly. The world has not
changed In this respect. Samuel Pepys
wrote in his "Diary" in 1600: "There
was a grenl number of merchants and
others of good quality (at a dinner) em
purpose tn make' aii offering (to two
newly married servants), wbicb, whe,.
dinner wa-e done, we did, anel i did
give in shillinifs and no mire, though
I believe a esl of tbe rest eliel pjlve
mere', ami eliel believe that I did so
too."
Convicted  l��>   Sleep,
A Paris woman who wns arrested
for picking pockets und who pretended
to speak an unknown language betrayed herself In her sleep. When
brought before tbe magistrate she was
Interrogated by Turkish, Russian, Pol-
'.sh and Hungarian interpreters, but
none could understand her. although
one believed she spoke a little knowu
dialect of Persia. The magistrate was
not convinced and ordered her to be
kept In the prison Infirmary under
strict surveillance. In her sleep the
woman talked fluent French, with the
true Parisian  accent.
Cowan*
x__yjOL
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Cj
Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut   Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COV/AN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
-' Ja_5r?ri . ��� -Zrr.si-gy&_gm3ns^
A little Over $9,001)
Buys one of the b 3t available pieces of
WATERFRONTS IE on the river. See
us about it.     :        :        :        :
BOURNE & GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
mom
W. N. Draper
Monday, Aug. 19
A SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST!
Twenty- Eighth   Triumphant  Tour
Richards �� Pringle's
FAMOUS
GEORGIA
Minstrels
Introducing  the   Big Six  Comedians
Clarence Povveil
Lee Denton
Fred Simpson
Elmer Clay
Frank Kirk
Lester^ndare!s      i The Canadian Bank of Commercj
40-fmperors of ftiinsfrdsy-40' 	
New and  Bewildering  Sights,  Scenes   Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
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B. C. Land
Surveyor
P\\��rti Block.   Ni��w We��trjiln��ter. B
and   Sensations   without   a   parallsl
in the   Minstrel   World.
PRICES���$1.00, 75, 50, 25.
j Gilley Bros. Ltd j
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I H. STEWARDSON
�� We Eat to Live
Reserve
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
Fund, $3,000,0(1
rs\ E. WALKER, President.
ALEX.   LAIRD,  <"':;'
,1  .Miin.18^
A GENERAL  BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
But at thfi same time it  is npces-
surv to know whai. wo are eating,
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
Sales
Notef
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every facility afforded  Farmers for  their banking  business.
cashed  or taken  for collection. ���i,v iiH'1
nil ou) -
\ ��.   ^CMMVIC   _n    f BANKING  BY  MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdra
At   IVfcilNiN Y  O  (^fg ; Out-of-town accounts receive every attention. tf
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. It. OAV1DSON. J"'"""*
You can rely upon Getting the
Best of EVEnYTHiNo.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK. w1-
AUGUST 19, 1907.
At the Big Clothin
THE DAILY NEW
PAGE THREE
JUST TO  HANI)
All the New Shapes.
New Colors.
New Prices.
! STETSON
Jbarrington
lion brand
!   and b
CHRISTY'S
Prices :   $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4, and ui
LADIES'
Hairdressing  Parlor
���*r
Hairdressing Tonic  Washes
Manicuring Toilet Articles
���ihampooing Facial Massage
Scalp Treatment Given
_*.
OVER WELSH'S STORE, Cuiunibia
Street. Entrance un Sixth Street
fiSHERY REPORT
18 VOLUMINOUS
11
THE FASHION
LIVERY, FEEE MC SftLE STABLES
Horses For Sa.e and Hire
eNatty Turnouts
Horses Groomed, Stabled and
Fed        	
Kigs of All  Descript.ons For
Hire       	
'mart  Driving Horses
BELL, INGLES   &   CO.
Eighth Streel   ���   ���   Phone 250
F. CRAKE
i   English Watchmaker
Tito   doors   from   Ceo. Adams,   Grocer
La-dies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up
Gi ntleinen's Silvi Watcbes, open
face, $C.oo.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
use, $7.50 uu.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
tVatches, supplied   to    the    Wellman
j \rctic Exoedition.   All warranted.
|  Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch    re,..airing;     charges   reason
, able.
mfftX*>'2*X*>X*Z*>'*Z*>^
VV.   E.   PALES'
MONEY-MAKING   RECIPE
oneer Furniture em! House  Furnishings   I'e iler,   Funi   al
I' ��� .! Embalmer, and I will sell you anything in mj Iim cheap
I .������ you better value than you can gel   In any other -.
��� '.     Try mi.
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretches, the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
prces. Iron Beds, white and tint enamels. $3.50 and up. Pre-
airculators and Go-Carts of all  descriptions.
' job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reason-
I   ���      ���    ,.:. I satisfaction guaranteed     NTew  goods irriving   I lly.
I Ihe blocl. an.l am sl ll ft Ing   mslness in thi   same
-: me old way.
Westminster Iron Works
MINERAL MACKINt ANU fc.NlilNE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING. BKlUtir. and
STRUCTURAL IRON     V. UKK.
Ornamental   iron   Woric,   including
fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and co-respondence In-
ited.
iOHIN REID,
UtJ.iUIL SfKLt'l'.
f.  O   474.
W��*Z<*Z*Z*Z*Zi��M*y^
45   MILLIONS
THAT  IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK  WITH
Thi
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS  OVER   4^,000,000
We welcome Bmall accounts and pay interest four times
i '.ie Savings Bank deposits.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European point 5.
.^ccidi    rteduced    Kstes    Round   Trip
R..t'.s   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
i.\ E. LANG, General Agent,
130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Manager.
��. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Vancouver and new Westminster
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
L��mber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
L,I^er Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Koyal City Branch, Columbia St.
i
i
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
MAKES OLD THINGS NEW
Clquld VttittT instantly restores
the brilliant newness and finish of
Pianos, Furniture, Picture Frames
Interior Woodwork, Hardwood
Floors, and all polished, varnished
or enameled surfaces.
It renews and redresses everything it touches. Revarnishing is
unnecessary, becauses scratches,
stains and dirt instantly disappear, leaving a smooth, brilliant
surface.��
Liquid UtlWtr is not a varnish, but
a surface food that is absorbed by
the old finish, instantly restoring
the latter to its original brightness. Easy to use���only a piece
of cheese cloth is necessary. Dries
instantly.
One delighted customer writes
that it ia worth $100 per bottle.
The price is only 60 cents.
A U_V trial bottl���� _X lOe. ����ch	
Void by
T.J.TRAPP 8 C0.,Ltd.
(Ci otinue I   from  Page  One.)
���   ���  ���   straits   are  Canadian.      Other
I rec< mmi ...in;ions,  viz:   [m reased  , a-
ti el foi   the suppression oi   poaching
Bsl   n   off< in es;  iii-   removal of
natural  and  artificial obstructions  to
��� hi   asi enl of  fish:    th<   removal  of
sn  . - in the Naas, Skeena and other
; rivers;    and    permlssii n    t i   expoi i
fresh   herring   under    certain   conditions     hese ri celved p.rompl  at-
'...-.          the Ottawa        i  ri i.... ami
i.     to! them have bei n alri a l.v car-
out.   Others have  nol   yet  bi i n
���     such as th ��� lln Itati in of the
��� pi ���  of  -  I uon  nets   in   I he  Fraser
and adjacent wai ers; the restriction of sockeye salmon fishing
1 ��� ��� arties known to ; ��� fishery of-
' ��� as bona Bde ri sl li nts) above
N '. Westminster bridge, and a long-
��� ilnn (CO ho i in the Fra-
Ivei  In     ff" ��� ���
e Coi imissionei - l< . te many
.-��� - :' their re; rl ������ ��� the salmon
:.    ery as  being thi ' :-.-   Ashing
lusti     of  the  provinc .   In leed,  ol
I    ninion,    i    Is  ,   lnl   ' out how
��� .-   conditions havi     I anged
. ol   years,  du    I     .'ee     ericas
.    : i  upon  thi   B. C.  salmon  suppij
iii"   fishermen   an 1    i annm ra   of
'..'.. Iiington state;  thi   - real lncr<    e
in   thi   numb< r  an 1   < apa Ity  of  the
l. C, canneries;   the development of
thi     freezing,    salting    and    curing
ties eef the salmon business;  lhe
scarcity of labor, oa which    the industry  has    so  much relied    in  the
past;    and,  most serious of all, the
Ri   I lations in the salmon supply, es-
I     i lly on th..- Fraser river, the
having reached so low an ebb in
some    recent    seasons   as   to  cause
. spread   fear  for the  continuance
. ��� thi  salmon fisheries.
It is not possible to quote from the
elaborate and concisely arranged
statistics given in the report, but, as
strikingly   illustrating the  marvellous
��� . lopment of the B. C. salmon Industry, it may lee noted Ilia' on lhe
F aser river In 1S80, 61,849 cases
wen packed, and in L881, iTT.-TC.
whereas twenty years later (in 1901)
the pack was no less than 1,236,156
ci .-> s,
Certain Victoria firms are named
as being pioneers in thi salmon bus-
lm ss which has meant so much as a
commercial enterprise ti British Columbia, and Indeed, as a reliable food
supply has mean; so much for the
..     ;.    . e.i;.ire.
Over seventy years r.go the Hudson's Bay Company ; ut up sa te I
salmon foi export at Fort Langle; :
but one of the first, it not the li'-'
: r. ��� ��� tt:.- ilaptaln Stamp, who presi .".'��� l Frasi r river almon In "tin
oxi s" or cans. 100 of which wi i e
packed in each wooden case, and 22
cases weighed a ton.
The Brst to seriously enjDark in
the canning business included Messrs,
.1. II. Todd & Sons, R. P. Rlthi t,
Messrs. Findlay, Durham it Brodie
and others, who built up the great n-
dustry which is to-day one of the
most valuable and remarkable of the
wor] l's fishing Industriees.
The Commissioners refer to the
necessity of maintaining the high repute of B. C. salmon, and deal In detail with propositions for an official
brand or stamp as :.i guarantee iu
dlstanl markets that the product Is
the genuine B, C. article, and not an
Inferior foreign product, Closely allied   to  the   suggest! I   branding       (
I icked Balmon is the pi op isal ;;e Institute a herring grand for B, C.
crude herring. The greal Sootch herring Industry owes mui h of i.s pi ..--
perltj  and profitableni ss to thi   gov
II nment-branding s\ stem,    an I
commission   summarize   their   recom
mendatlons In the proposal, and favo
,i   stamp  or  bran.I.    Thi      illbu    In
dusi:... v. hie h a..   .   - inn 1 won     i
propoilb.ns. Is ii'Vei w< !  In  in Interesting manni r, an i si ri   s Is  laid e 11
thi facl that the balibul ban'..- of oui
northern waters, once literally   pav< I
with   fine    fish"    show    un lenia li
signs of depletion, anel that the fishing boats encroach constantly on the
areas close inshore in  order to b ���
up  their   high   catch'.s.     Tiie   ba b. .
on the Cape Flattery banks and  waters south of lb C, are neither .- i a -
undant   nor so  prime in quality    as
mus, and evidence given by practh
men showed thai  the halibut  In   Alaska are flabby, and of inferior markel  quality as compared    with   iii
Canadian fish.   The large' catches of
so-called   Alaskan   halibut   are   tak n
almost    without  exception     on     well
known banks in British Columbia, and
the  commissioners   call  attention   t<
the gravity of this matter, an I  ^ ���
���:��� ������ sslty of 9 wise policy of fish pro-
��� ct lon.    Public   a'.u ntion   has   |   ��� n
attracted to the herring resource i of
the province, which surpass th is
pny oth ir c< untry.
(Contln     I ln To norrow's IssueJ
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all comes from.
jj{        Over 6,000 different songs,   instrumental
'$        pieces,  solos,  etc.,  etc.,  to choose from.
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having just received a complete line of Berlin, Shetland, Fingering and Andalasian, in
all shades.      :       :       ;     Also, all sizes in
Slipper Soles
For Men, Women and Children.
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275 Columbia Street
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Solid Gold Jewelry
om Bto k of GOLD .Jewelry is the largesl ever shown In Westminster. Pi irl Set BROOCHES, SAFETY PINS and STICK PINS,
SBCKLETS,   CHAINS,   BRACELETS, CUFF LINKS.   Il will pay you
: ire purchasing, to examine our slock of DIAMQND RINGS, both
In SOLI      RE and   combinations of other preel       stones.    EMER-
D,       PI    IRE,   RUBY,  OLIVINE, &c.
We . Diamond  Sei   BRACELETS,    BROOCHES,     EAR.
RINGS, &c.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
Agent for the Hamilton  Watch.
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l Electric Railway Service ii
Interurban    Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    wav
stations  will  run  every lia!f-
��� hour from 5:60 a. tt>. to 11:III)
��� p. m.
I* Cars  leave tne  depot    every
I t.venty mtautes  for  hoth  Sap-
' * perton and city limits over Ihe
��� city line.
L       City   Line:     Cars  leave tiani
office on the h< ur, tweaty min- (;
Utes alter and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. rn-
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at  ten  minutes after the  hour, ii
half past an.l fifty mtautes after
the  hour,  conimencing  at   G::.l)ii
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Sunday Service hair-nourly le- o
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TIIE   DAILY  XEWS.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Dally News  Pub-
Ihing    Company    Limited,   at    their
.ffices.   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster, 13. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manage
Don'l be persuaded fo use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapest
in the end.
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public schools either supplied free by
the government, or al the lowest possible price, as In Ontario.
WATCHMAN.
New  Westminster, Aug.  18,  1907.
of  the
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,   10 only   by   the  representatives
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o people  but   by their own officers,
the   inch.     Five   cents   per  line   for 1:i   connection    with   Mr.    Oliver's
subsequent insertions promise to surrender the (so-called)
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 ���                                              v
cents jeer line, brevier or nonpareil, Indian reserves lying within the citj
10 cents per line.                                  : limits on the hanl< of the North   \r:n
For   time   contracts,   special   posi- 0-�� the rivei.? it is 0j interest  to re-
"ToticeW ffiTaSSTor ��0I that the Dominion and provincial
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, loit governments made a similar promise
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent | in 1SD0, but were not oalled upon to
per   word.     No  advertisement taken' fulf��� jt   becauBe the C. P. R., which
for less than 25 cents. .  ,     ,.     ,     ,    ,     ,    ,             ���
���.-^^.~~���~^~.~~���~~...-^-.-.-.~~~ w-as to take the land, backed out of
TELEPHONES. '���'"' bargain just when everything was
Day Office . .A22' arranged. The scheme was to con-
Night   Office    B22 linue   Columbia   street    right   around
  ihe bank of the river,    the  railway  vice h',s'   Crom   ""'   V,M'V   beginning,
-���������������������������' company surrendering   certain   parts' bee�� :l li,>i,d loss <" t'commonwealth
All   Red   Route..
London, Aug. is���Tbe Melbourne
cai reap uieleni of the Guardian fears
that a long time must elapse before
the commonwealth parliament Is induced to look with favor upon an
"all-red" mail service by the Canadian route. Comparing the new Suez
contract now about to be made by
the commonwealth with the proposed
all-red service, the correspondent
says the all-red scheme is hopelessly
expensive.
Australians have had many years'
experience of the Sydney-Vancouver
mail service. However profitable it
mav have been for Canada thai  ser-
RING
u3��r^
jrai
A
U*e
of
SINGLE   STONE   DIAMOND
TWIN   DIAMOND
THREE   STONE   HOOP
DIAMOND AND  SAPPHIRE
FIVE  STONE  HOO?
DIAMOND   AND   RUBY
DIAMOND   AND  EMERALD
DIAMOND   AND   PEARL.
DIAMOND   AND  OPAL
AND  OTHER  DESIGNS TOO   NUMEROUS   TO   MENTION.
MONDAY,  AUGUST 19,  1907.
of its  property east of the  reserves
and taking the reserves in exchange.
Another gratifying   resull;   of   the
minister's visil will be the granting of
Cultus lake and the land around It, to
the    munlcpallty   of chiiliwack     for
park   purposes,    'rhe  enterprise  and
liberality  of the  people    will    soon
that square mile eet earth and
a spot  worth visiting.
post office.      The Australian share of
the     Vancouver    subsidy     is    about
i_nie.i'eiii a year, and she colleots inl
postage annually less than   ��6,000.
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
THE  JAPANESE   INFLUX.
In   vli w  oi   ��her.   has    been    sai l
about   the   failure   of Eastern   Canadian-  to  sympathize   With  our  Western   protests  against   the   Influx    ol   make
Oriental cheap labor,  tiie    following,   water
from thi   Llstowel  (Out.)  Banner, i.-. 	
of  Interest: Cheap   School   Books.
"Whatever we people living in the   To the Editor of the Daily News:
easl   maj   think ol  J,apanese or Chi-      Sir���The  Deputy  Minister  of Edu-1
nese migration, there can be no doubl   cation for Ontario    announce.,    that
thai an  inflow of Asiatics is unwel-   Ontario school readers can be obtain-1
conn,' in Anglo-Saxons, among whom  ed al the following prices: Reader I,
directly they  come   to    dwell,    and   part  I,    for .". cents:    part    2, for 7
there is little doubt that if we our-   cents;  Reader ll, for 9 cents;  Reader
selves l:,cd wesl we would share that   III,  for   13 cents:   Reader IV,  for  15 I
feeling.   The objection exists, and ex-   cents.
isis strongly. The feeling among the The Superintendent of Education
great majority of westerners is that for British Columbia thinks thai the
this continenl Is a white man's coun- outcry with regard to the price of
try, an.l t.iai we have a right to keep school text-books, which has b e.n
it for white men. It may be true that made In Vancouver, is uncalled for,
ai'ler a lime the Japs allowed and -M> says the Colonist,
welcoiiii.l white men who came to If one dollar can buy the readers
their country, bul the class of men ased in Ontario which it would take
who wenl there were of a vastly dif- three dollars or more to buy here,
fereni stamp from the men who are how can the superintendent think the
coming to us. They reere skilled me- outcry uncalled for?
chanics, merchants, educationists, who Where do those extra two dollar.,
taught the Japanese western arts and lhat we have to pay on every dollar
learning, and now that they have be-   so to?
come, or Mink    they    have,    adepts]     No  reward  is offered  for the  best
themselves, they  are  shutting    iheir  answer; bui the people can think the
own door io wester,, enterprise., fin-   matter over, and keep up the outcry I
anei      u   industrial.    There does not   until  we have the text-books in  the
seem  to  i e any ethical  reason  why
we sh ill continue to give free admission  to  the  class of Japs  who wish
I-0  i"--     bere,   and   manj     practical
reai   .     to the contrary."
LADIES'
Hairdressing Parlor
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Hairdressing Tonic  Washes
Manicuring Toilet Articles
Shampooing Facial .Massage
Scalp Treatment Given
OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia
Street. Entrance on Sixth Street
GENTLEMEN!
What i.s nicer than a
well-cut Suit, made of
the tinest materials?
I have the finest selection of Cloths to
choose from in Vancouver.
THE  VERY LATEST STYLES
DAN STEWART 8 CO., Tailors
115 Hastings SI. *.,
Opposite Daily
Province office
A Little Over $9,000
Buys one of the best available pieces of
WATERFRONTAGE on the river. See
us about it.     :        :        :        :        :        :
BOURNE & GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
��� - ioiui   news conn - [roni cii ���
I'J'aii ie j rovinces that th : wheal crop
will .... if nol full} up to the expec-
latioj -. il least very nearly so. li
��'as   fe ared   thai   dry   weather    ha I
M : . !'':' rain came In time.
���-��� shows Lhat wheal grew,
during iii.> luttei part of duly, al th i
: ���>'������  ��� I   iver au inch per diay.
-��� .. i ���:.
..   ibout th    coal  bin?    Reporl -
indicate   thai  the black diamonds will
be scarci   lhi.'. ��inter, and "scarce" is
apt   to  be  a    s; non;. m    for  "dear."
The;efoi i II   will be wise t'i lay In .
goo ,     ��� ck now. v. hi ': the de ab .   wil
be $ la !   M   supply   ;  m���polite  (is  a
flancii     m isti 'a iout It.   If you w .
until lie haa moi i   order ��� than he    an
fill, ie  will  i e you  for   the   dan
master   act,   to say   nothing    of   the
ciiai   ���   of  freezing.
BOYS
Buy
Your
School
Shoes
at
Buy
Your
School
Shoes
at
ti is more than prol able thai
visl : . bla p irt at tho Dominion
of thi i lon. Euan I. (Hi. i r, minister of
the Inte . ior, will have Importanl und
i ' :. fie lal results. .\ pr icl leal man,
Mr. Oliver is quid ee I In   \ alue
of a       icl leal  suggci . lon,  and   ���
���   evi   ii    the    i
chenies   of   ,   tvpli    v.1 e .
hav< ' . ���: in i  and the solid     o-  I
ie   ,.. mil e:. i  nl ia!  iad-  '
o the i intry, 'i :.' i . |
be u ��� nce disi i ne I ; ie. gi < al ini-
..: the matter submit t< d to
him I .��� Ihe rlvei Im i ��� m n . n
mltti ���'. ii i he will -������: ��� :.!, lend hi -
influi :. e io In !.. them w u n
come I put 1 heir c 131 ' efoi the - iv-
ernm nl al Ottawa, The agitation
1 I fhis matl .' In - In" n going on
several j ears, an I some progress
hai li ��� n made; bul there is every
ri :.- 1 to ie. Ileve thai Mr. Oliver's
visit will prove the firsl steji towards
a new md much more vigorous and
progressive handling of the matter.
Certain!} there Is nothing touching
1 he Inti ests of this part of the < oun-
try which Is of greater Importance,
Thi .i.i tec's inspection of Lhe
dyking works along the rivei' Is niso
matti r for congratulation. There is
an ol i saying thai "seeing is believing," '.. rid everyone ��ho has air experience knows that Is of greal Import ince in have I he mi n who are h 1
he ,���: ! affair 1 se I hing - with their
own eyes and pul themselves In 1
Itloh I 1 full;   a pn clal    the f ie' ���
:. figu ' '     I    ���
JOI-I
Protection is needed
for the hundreds of
feet that will shortly
be wending their way
to school.
TON'S
Our lines of School
Shoes are very complete and are made especially for us by the
very best makers in
Canada.
Boys' School Shoes
From $1.25 to $3.00 a pair
Girls' School Shoes
From $1.25 to $2.50 a pair
Our School
Shoes will
make lifelong
friends
for us.
We Shoe The Town
wi
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We invite
the attention of all
the parents
to our special line1 of
School
Shoes.
JOHNSTON
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
BIG SHOE
HOUSE, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
20 Lots  in Sappert(
ONLY ONE BLOCK FROM TjjECAR
For $3000,  1-3 Ca
Here's a chance to build some nice cottages and!
make money, as there is a great demand fori
workingmen's houses in the East End at present.!
Hale & Lan
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPER!
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   333 P. O. Box
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fronting  on  the   North  Arm,  close  I i  th
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Terms
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THESE    \Ki
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P. PEEBLES
NEW WESTMINSTER,. B. C.
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Real
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Phone 301
A Good O
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Mouse on 7th Avenue, near 4th stn
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light.   Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $18Q0,   favorable terms.
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANC]
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New Weill agton C0A1
MAYERS & PRESTONj
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. NEW K
P. O. Box   345
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LIME   JUIC
25c. a bottle
$1.50  pcr Gallon
    AT     _ .
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
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CITY NEWS
FIRST SHOWING OF
]jlhite Felt Sailors
In advance of our regular shipmei
0f Fall   Millinery,  we had  come
express a sample range of the
ful and stylish   Hats.     Se
are really showing them sin.
Ij ���  ���    the up-to-date easti n   si in
Fo   all kinds of cul flowers am! potted plants, e-^e. Tidy, the florist.
;I< a le ta lefl  \���,      ,.
a   -hiii  lon tl   of   pi
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Mi    and  Mrs.   I    0 Hearn,  eee' Chll-
lo        ei. mui  Mis- M.   Itwack, spen    Sunda;   in  liie' city,
urned lasi evening from
Jew Dress Skirts
S... ��� ��� did such a s   ���
..nufacturers n   si
an early demand an I g   e us
ear., r delivery.   The b< ttei
me by express, and
They  sell fir>;.
Toda; our Skirt, Suit and i        stocks
md to none in this        nce. 1
rai -������ is so varied no one nee     isstl -
-���   ���   and the price is marked in pla
���.   ��� -.    It's the lowest and  ���
��� unable for such qualities and stj ���
.here.    When you have tin
.   ver.
tanvas Hats, Boating Caps,
Children's   Tarns,   Boys'
Blouses, Girls' Wash Dresses
sale n��>w at (ne-thir . to
���'  regular selling prici s.
a
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on pe    lb   up  to
.   .     Kyle    *    Son's,
The Hon Richard McBridi lefl foi
Victoria on Satu 'daj eveninf boai
trom Vancou e
Foi   nev,   furnished    rooms,    applj
195   Victoria    - I    opposi e   opera
house. ***
loozefight  r    ire 'ee be called
explain  how   n  happened  to      Irving    Beer     returned    yeste da
iii.i. iiis   ne .���..!tj^.    Crom  Seattle, where tie' had  been on
.' i. ,    , ��� ..   Kjiic     a   short   business   trip.
'��������� The       v e s   " i      ....     ... ,.   ,     ,,. .
I ������ final  n     ol    h<   i      sei
pii nlc commil t ���    v, hich w.as to have
oon        eai eei   held   01   ' 'ue3daj   evening,  maj
1 "i        ������        ���   66    ��� I ne.. oi   aceoui    o
in; j of the I   ���'������'������ '   h i   Ing  othi
terms      '��� &  ���.        .,     :.      .   bi  ���
D      ou   knov    hal   w
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FURNITURE
CARPETS,   LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS     WINDi SHADES
PICTURES   \N'H   PICTURE     FRAMES,    GO-CARTS,     LACK
CURTAINS,   P0RT1ERS,    UPHOLSTERING, CABINET
WOKK.   SHEETS,    PIU.LOW  CASES,  BLANKETS,  &c,   &c,
It  will   pay  you   to  try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73.
DUPONT   BLOCK.
COLUMBIA    STREET.        NEW    WESTMINSTER.
B.   C.
EVERY
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M. Kenn i    ��� .   -��� I
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by the I tnoi ele     \������ ange-
bi        isin      of   s
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|usi  beei   co    iie ted with  A. C.
Fru     Packing
be ke
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PHOTOGRAPH
UNDER THE
New   Management
OF
 THE	
Royal Studio
HAS THE
\ILK SPECIAL:
!6-inch Black Taffeta Silk.    Pres    I
$1.7-");
[MAP PRICE
$1.15
STORE   CLOSES    AT    5    P. ���*>".
T. H. SMI
'iii? and 271 Columbia Street, New Westmlnsti ,
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OF THI. PRi PRIETOR
(pronounced Hoyes)
Owen   Bo io  -keeper  al   J.
i ich's, will  leave   foi   his  old
home neai   Halifeax, N   S., aboul Sepl.
M .   Boul Iiii been in I iie.-. city
3ix ;    irs    ind ex eel -  thai
- ���' oce isiona I    a    n   ae ������ --
continent an I visil liis old f   ���
���     takes    up    his    pi   i ne en
���������'������    ��� '������   -i Nova Scotia,
..   Stan
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es  from    New    Wi stminster,
ii his PnwcAnal Knot* ant A_a
icre     Bas    p ; menl s.  White
&  Sl     - &  i .... 260 i S reet,
- esl ���-    \, v.  Westmins 8-16-7
i'   \   \\ i Ish   i -  e \  i., ted  to  a
LIONEL   M AWE I S
wi ek.    Wrii i     Ti roni i
Ma; oi   Kea.      I at thi
weal her   i-  so   ��� xcee : nglj   w ai m  In
io   thai   I      Is   mx ous     to  gel
to the   coa -      Mr, We Ish   eporl 3
mseh ossi     te im,
��hich   will   appea this     cit;   In
home he e\
���,> ith  I xce     ion  of th    N< w
-\ i -1ei  : - e whicl      lave
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Chii     Mcln eceived   notice  een
Hvde  next Guichi      Saturday o a bj drowning in
**��4i   the    ver of a sevi nteen j eai old
nt i   ���    h    lasl   week.    The
- md  P ii       s , ,.    whog(    ,     e wa3 MeGillvray, was
ing in the si   i  i   ie fell into
opera I                '��� '         ��� vas  carried      iway.
Ins 1        wii                    \ ..           . nt to            daces
" ���   i     '       ';            alo ig thi   rlvi ���  this  side  ol   Lytl  n
i watcl    o be ki pi  for the body.
\    mg McG iy v. is a son of Mr.
McGUlvra eta    ��� :   Ihe   Half-
vai  house,    i Lytton. ���
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CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
, WANTED -Female help, llghl work,
shorl hours Apply Method Steam
laundry, Columbia streel
TO LET   -For   nw   furntsheil   ro em ���
apply   196 VIcto ���    opposite
 ra bouse
WANTED   -Lad;   assitsanl   In   famllj
of three, applj   Mrs   \    i   Holmes
177 Columbia si reel
FOR   sale   -\   growing   bakerj   and
coi  ei  lonei j   buslnes ��� on ' lolumbia
street.     \  Bplendld opportunll
ii  man   with small  capital.    Applj
165 Columbia street. n.
FURNISHED       ROOMS Furnlshi
" - to lei In Vancouver, 39 Hastings St., W. nexl door to Palaci
hotel, Mrs. E. .1. Grieve, proprietress.
WANTED--By middle aired business
Englishman, occupation in anj posl-
m of trusi with business n' e i" ��� i -^.
moderate salary, hlghesl references
Xew Westminster or Vancouver. Reply Box A, Dailj   Ni v. -
6-romed house on Kigbth street, between Third and Fourth -i\fnu>'. newly painted, and papered, to be sold
Immediately, a bargain at $1500, half
���   -       \!i|.iy  McQuarrie & (lo . Front
street.
JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
kervf^Glassware
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Christopher i "   ' '    ''        v
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TO THE RESIDENTS OF
SAPPERTON:
We
jusi   opened
to flatt
MEAT   STORE
on tiie corner of Columbia and
Keary   Streets.
We Intend to carrj   onlj   the
choices!   of   MEATS,   POULTRY     and     FRESH     FISH.
Orders  promptly  delivi  ���
Your   patronagi    solli :lted
J. TRAVERS & CO.,
Cor, Kearj   and Columbia Bl -.
SAPPERTON.
For  cul   flowe    ,  li mquets  or  funeral  design ie    T.   Davies  it
B i:^.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY We furnish help of all kinds, farm, lnish,
saw mill, railroad labor, hotel help,
etc.. etc, male or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Employmenl Agcy.
506 Cordova streel wesl Vancouver.
timber LANDS���We deal exclusively in timber. Have large and smaii
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. 5. R- Chandler,
4"7  Hastings St.. Vancouver, B.C.
For Sale or Charter
STERN-WHEEL STEAMER "HAMLIN." Length I IG fei t, ��ide:e 30
. :, depth t feel 6 Inches. Engines 15x60, bull! ln Pittsburg, Pa.;
shafi 8 Inches, Boil i locomotive
tj pe, length 20 fei I. diameter 72
Inches; working pressure 125 lbs.
All pipe connections complete.
Particulars, pi li ���. etc . apply t<>
H. A. JONES
407   Cordova   St..   Vancouver.
TENDERS
Optical Department
The the eivii   aul h n I
to the facl    lhs,l    the
Hindu-  i'i  the  ii I  lodging  house in ,],, .,   aays   wear GLASSES
the  wesl  end o   the cit;   are ln  the iarger proportion need them    We are j
habit of was         I  elr clothing In theljn shape to sull  glasses to anj sighl
open al Sunda    mornings, In full n0  matter how   young    oi   how  old.|
view   il      ��� i; on the B. C, E. it v'ou   may  line'  ]usl   failing   -i'-,;i|   oi
^rockery
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.      OUR   PRICES
ARE  RIGHT.
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il   ��� had not be       I         ������ ��� i ui' in - in ;             mi  ���     acl    i !
���,i,, Donald        2   \         xa ihln o   ���       i  no    objected to,
,, |  ���.     ,���      iyg     T   ���    -ni   ��hi ���-. ���     ���'  '���! has onlj   one sull
,. ,. ; -;.   ;., ���     lufferel   an I pel i   utlona with only
.   r.   ,   i . (     .,         i loin i loth, the
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ADAMS y DEANS
EASTEND
We can sell you an entirely NEW HOUS..
��� ��n  the  East  End,   containing  7 rooms, With
bath, electric light, pantries, etc., with patent
! ^od fiber plastered walls,  and a  mce  lot.
This can be handled with
I $1,000 Cash
McLEOD, MARK & CO
The Farm Land Specialists,"
Sen' Westminster
, ..i   mori
Whil    t
V  big Vi UK bout
poll und   Profi
world
III   ;   ha      ' ������������a
, .   |       ���        |ilaco durin    tli    ;
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,von hi      '      irhen be ���'������ ���"'"l   I      ���
, ai  yo i :. ,:,,, iu  1905, a.' I
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Ur.ckens hn   I
....,���       . ati h-as-catun-i an
mei     Prof.    Km
��� than  held     Is owi
.       ..      e ome  so pi ntlful
:.,- ���  thai     i    .-���
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: ,        ���: !l aiiie iti
:.,-    been
unds,  and   owi   i !
ned tb .i thi I
; mger   >t  losing   I ieli
���   tiiowed to run In tb - \ a k,
0    . aighl tbe cock   spolden
���   ,  killed   by    rats    and
.... distance away.   A few
. ,;.,;:-!;. the entire ien id ������''
iea* ints In !  be ;. d Btroj id
. eae E isl
limit hi ���
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imi ;    ���      ind l oa il bei [ In I -lb
i in^. ;  i      foi     . e enl ���   il KI;'     S
Sun's,  Fronl   il: ��� ,������.
Tenders are in\Ited bj the board of
managers  of the    Royal    Columbian
hospital, New Westminster, B, C, up
,  ,, .,.  I till   noon   Tuesday,   the  27th dav   of
large   proportion   ol   tli ���    public ..   .
.... Annus!. 1901  for th" construction and
slill     a
completion  of two buildings viz.: the
Maternity Building and Nurses 11 ime.
Plans   and   specifications     i in   be
seen al my office, cltj hall.
Envelopes enclosing ten lei are
to be superscribed, "Bids for Hospital Buildiugs," W li Ke irj, Esq.,
Sec   Royal  Columbian   Hospital,
i .,.\\ esi , i anj ti ndi i r. ��� necessarily  aci ��� pti d.
\v.   ii.   KEARY,
Bee   H" i- 1 of Man igers,
Hi,  ii r, : mibl m  Ho ipltal.
-.. n  \\, stminster, B.C.,  Vug. 15, 1907
you maj   have mixe     ilghi     It's   ill
the -anii' to ns, we have the appllan-
md gla i sull  anj bodj   and
everybody.    As    to '������    l    we
have   them   from  50  cen*s up.    NO j
FIT NO  PAY.
D. S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, $pcctadcs,Seeds
New V\ esl mlnMer
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What's the use of a savin your dough x
When it might take wings and fly
By flames that would lay your dear home low,
So fire protection you should buy.
Yes, I have the best protection money can buy and at the lowest price.
If you are thinking of insuring, phone, write
or call for rates.
A. W. McLEOD, General Insurance Broker
Phone E2        :���:        Armstrong Block, New Westminster. B. C.        :���:        P. 0. Box 394
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THE DAILY tftiWS.
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AUGUST ���
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Ladies, Win
$15���or���$10
EASTERBROOK  MILI.Jjsg  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - F',rsi, $15; second, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made wyith their celebrated
IMPERIAL    PVOIR -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed���all that is necessary i.s that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
|        Phone 101
| REICHENBACH
I COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
! Wholesale and Retail Butchers
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FOR VOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
antik'i Columbia Coast Lint
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast  Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notice).
Steamer, Leaves Vancouver.
Princess Beatrice ... July G, 11 p. m.
Princess May July 12, 11 p, ru.
Princess Beatrice. . ..Inly 19, 11 p. in.
Princess May  Inly 26, 11 p, m.
Princess Beatrice.. .Aug. 2, 11 p. m.
Princess  -May Aug. 9, 11   p.  in.
Princess Beatrice.. .Aug, 16, 11  p.m,
Princess .May  Aug. 2::, 11 p.m
Princi as  Bi atrlce Vug, 30,  11  p. m
VANCOUVER \ IC ' - IIA ROl STE
S.S. Princi      Victoria  :   ives  \ an i i
mm, l |i.in. dally.
Leaves Vi. toria daily al  l a.m.
Vli . ORIA-SEA1 i'i.i: Km TE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE,
Leavi.- Vli tori i lallj i . ��� ���; - Monda.\
al 8:30,
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tuesday   and
Friday at 7 a.m., and leaves Nen West
minster on Wednesday and Saturday
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Stiamer Queen  City,
Leaves Victoria at   11   p.m. on  1st,
7th, and llth each month for Clayoquot;  leaves Victoria   on    20th    for
Quatsino anel way Joints,
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves N'ew Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday al 3 p. rn. and Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip en Mon
day at G a. m,
Lenves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thun lay and Saturday al
' a. m.;  Friday at 6 a. m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER  FRASER RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New   Westminster,  8   a.  m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturday*,   calling  at
; landings   between   New   Westminster
[ and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at   S   p.m.   2nd'
mil   Mih   of  each   month,  culling  at
Skidegate on flrst trip and Bella Coola
i on second  trip. Time on arrival and
leparlure are approximate.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
KT). QOULET,
Agent, N'ew West minster.
E.  J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, V meouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent. Victoria.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST   AND   FASTEST^
ft
EMPRESSES
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Valuable Proper
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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���1 lots between Fourth avenue and
i Third avenue' between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, .Nos. 21, 24, 2b and
I 30, close to new tram line extenpion.
$1200, half cash, half six months.
Block cornei' of Fourth avenue and
j Thirteenth streel 88x132 only $800, a
I splendid investment.
Lol 20, block IJ facing English
church, next lot io bridge, >lai narvon
sl reet;  price $650.
1C0 acres less right of way about S
acres foi railway;   25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
'and lean too  10x21.';   harn 30x32 and
lean  too 1)2x14;   granary   10x16;   two
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon]
shed 20x30;   small milk house,  small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, t'.."e bearing !
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price;
$6000;  $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third slreet, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU WANT BETTER THAN THIS?
2',\'2 acres of tbe best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms;    hen
1 houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
, Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 0
and 12 months.
This property is only '; mile from
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chickens and ducks could be sold with the
: property at a snap.
Lol   22,   I'locli     II.    ! etwei ���     .Mrs.
��� -  rds and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600,
160 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station, ;;o acres cleared
and partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable, price $16 per acre; $1760
i ash, balance to be i rranged.
1% ACRES, Blocl! D, Lol Ni , 2, His'.
Lol S; two cottages; south sidi of river, n- ar bridge.   $300; half cash.
1 ACRE   al corner of approach to
. Ige, on the norih side of same, with
sti .'���; cleared and fenced ite fn ot,
$1000; terms $300 cash, balanc< arranged.
2 LOTS, 132x132, N.-W, corner of
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
1 LOT, full size, Block 59, Lot 8,
Sub. 9; partly cleared. $200. or $150
cash.
C LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS: 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, CO 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.
Subdivision of lot 40, block 'i, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on tbe comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First streei at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an 1
First street, held al $1G0C); two lots
I on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, al $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five l its, $400. Call at our office on
Front strei: and in-: ei I plans.
No. 306.- 9-roome I ho ise, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St,
Price $4,000; ������ rms (^ cash, ial ince
3 and 6 months at 7
House, full sized lot, on Ki arj
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5, , easy terms.
120 acres, E 1-4. section 25, township !i, Maple Ridge, 1 barn 70x78 ft.,
��� 1 barn 3Sx70 ft., C-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, 4th St., between 4th
and oth Ave ; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized lot running lack to Ash St. Price $3,800:
; $1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
at 7 ieer cent.
2'..j 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 6 and 12
months at 7 jeer cent.
1 lot No. 24 on Hth. street south
side  of  I'll avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to SO and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
2 HOUSES   on I lot, Keary Strei t,
Sapperton; 5 rooms and kitchen, wood
shed  and   I  looms, kitchen  and wood
sbeil.   (1000 each, one-third cash, bal-1
ance easy.
77.58 ACHES, black loam land, all
ploughed and cleared and dyke.l; N.
E, 'j Sect, 5. $75 per acre, one-third
cash, one-tblrd 3 months, one-thii I 0
months.
7  LOTS.  12n.\r.2, facing Sth   \v<:nui ,
I  lots cleared,  small  house-,  chlcki n
house, 175 chii kens:  fenced. Inclusive^
price $1500, $l I cash.
Three, fu] sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Second
streets,  No.  5,  6 and  7.    Price $400 ',
(���ach or $1100 for Uie three.
Full  sizeel lot,   north  side   of Ham-
I ilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $22."..
2S 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 5th and
Gth Ave. on east side; full sized, tb'.x
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland t llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
:: LOTS,
cleared, up; ���
tween ist and .
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���1 LOTS, _��� '
BlzJ
"��� Avenl
'-    Pr
' Stn
6th Avenue i n   ��� ;.   No
37 & 38, full e . $i;oo(|
four, or $300 each;
Double    tei .   ttJ
1st and 2nd  St pr| .
cash half and
Rents for $10 <
40 acres "^ seel        I  v. i.
of Tn. 2, aboul    n       ���      tirij
Hawortb  road, S     ey;   1
V2 storey hon-.     :   i   ���:,, QnishJ
other 2 can be a
shack;  1%   acn ��� i and'
with clover, rei . tally cl|
One   mile   fron:
$1.200;.  terms l. I    ash, talatj
months at 7 ���"..
Full sized lot N.    12 on Rova
and  8th  St.    Prici  $.1050,   hal_|
balance at 7 ',   per am
Westerly 4, ll of i    Sub, Bli
132x132  corner  100 feet STjareJ
bouses drawing $-s per month.
$5,000, half ca.-'...    ace In 6 (
months.
160 S.E. li of Sectl mi 26, Dij
10 acres,partly clean I; Kai .
running through ; ge t\
nortii  of   Webstei 's cornei
mill and P.O. at tb.' m I
ber worth $7 per acre; i i    uf
4  miles    from    Port    Hani
$2,100; term.- $1,100 cash, ba'.an|
ranged.
Seven roomed house all
modern imfyovements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
18,000  [EMPRESS OP BRITAIN) 14,800
H. Pomcrl EMPRESS OF IRELAND J      IONS
Particularly low rates from the
OUI Country. Reservations made
here for all sailings.
Empress of Britain fuly 26th.
For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C.  P. It. Agent.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office 'Phone 11.5.       Born fnone 137
Columbia St.
Uaggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offlsu���Tram Depot
house,   chicken     house,     \"t2    choice
j chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 house, ���; rooms and flush
closet on -Ith avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit, trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent. Size or lot 55x165,
$350 e ash, i alan i on easy terms,
Lol i 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. P; I ���������
. $500 for three   or $175 each;  l-2       ;
I ali ne ���  ������ i.������ nths al 7 per cent.
Full Ized loi on Ro al avenue, between Fo irth and Mi rh il :; all i h ar
ed. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, < -
of OUley road.   $225 i er acn .   Ai re-
t age Is selling fasl al this price.
No. 308.   S-roomed  House, with  bath
room, eke.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   \2
i    cash, balance 3 and 0 mos. at 7 <. .
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$-40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between  7th and  Mb,  avenues.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St. Patri k's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, 55V4xl66, Tenth Btreet,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
2 bouses comer of   Merrlval    and
Agnes;  full Blzed lot;    city block 31,
'lot 11;    one house rents for $-."���, the
���other $10;   flush   closets   and   all  connected    with    sewers.     Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000,   balance in 6, 12 and 18
months at 7 ';.
i
Lots  14   and   15 of   1  of 6     of     4
. (cleared.)   Price $500; for thi two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sberbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, C months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
en (in Iry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located In a commmandlng
situation; 'i i Ird avenue, at foot of
Fifth street, Two and one balf-storey
bouse. Ton rooms i recently papej ed I
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush close:, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
G6xl32, vi Ith lane In rear; pari of lot
sei out with froi! trees. lYire $2,750. :
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
One acre in block 9,
tween 18th and 16th
on 8th Ave. Price $'
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
Large lot and two cotl -���- I
lumbia street, Sapperton. Bothr|
at $10 each.
One and one-half sl J
full  size lot, situated ;.; rth fiei|
Royal avenue and corner of Mc.
street;  9 rooms;  bath room, hot|
cold  water, closet;   ��
bearlg   fruit  tree-;   streel     n
sides;   fine   view.    Price $'.8M
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., be tween Quj
and 3rd Ave., second '��� I from Q'^
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared;
alongside  nnd   back.     Price   $M
half cash, balance easy at 7
One lot No. 12 on Royal AvenJ
third lot from Eighth street. $1,0J
fcr  sale exclusively.
150 acres improved land, :.uil-l|B
and sheds complete, near Cl �� T
all under cultivation, $15,008. Iff
can   handle  this, <l< o'l |
bargain; terms can be       ' -:'
Part of lol 369, Joins i. '���
about  70 acres,  een'.   $25 P1     '
Half cash.   Jump.
2 lots, 20, 21;  No. 20
$170; N"
160 acres on tbe Scotl road. 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, < tc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
(corner)  $175.    Durha a      ]
streets.
WFor  the  al-'ve   ��-
special price will be ma le '"""" 1
chaser.
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone   333
Front Street
Telephone
333 flAV*
2b--'
|g   1907.
pBOFE
BsioNAU
;.   HOWF.S.  Barris
BEin
I*'1,
nre,   42   Lorne
House,   New
"
"
J* .site   C'"�� '     �������""*���   *""���
i��W��   4  V liealler, P.O. Box
iMONDS, Tlarrls-
���5SH'f;;      ,,, Blilfikjfi Blk.
Pttfl*"" V.'estmiiister
ma 8tr?!        ..  Edmonds.
fflutesW6  ���'___        	
nitfPTON BOLE, Bolloi
ireme court. Offices
""nnt o   Commerce build
Aw Blr      ...    opposite  pool
WmvM minster.    Money tc
, N*��' v
"The Milw
"Thr  Pionee   Limit
Kama.  Cit;
No   train     j,
railroad   in  th
equipmen   tl
waukei   8
owi    im
and dinin,
give   the,
serv.ee  no    obtail ,
tMThird St.. cor Aide ,,,,C):
THF DAILY NEWS.
PM'-.     ���
farming land own- and   thi   nature of the> securities   (I
dl   i,   hl   home an.v)  held v   them, duly verified, on
'hi    requirements   as  to resi- or befon           tlsi    daj    Of    Augusi
led    by resilience 1907.
land. Notice Ii hereb   given thai afte   the
li   writing should said date the executors will proc
Commissioner of Do- distribute the said estate amongst the
Issued, also   printed
forms of f-!e ler am may be
o ������ lined al I il ��� Departmen   o    i   r ie
Tenders  for   License   to   Cut  Timber office of the Crown Tim >���        al
on Dominion Lands in the Pro- New Westminster, B. C.
vince of British Columbia. Each tender musl  be   iceompanied
by an accepted cheque o.   a cha I ired
bank  in  favor  of th     D     the
SEALED TENDERS    id I      led     to
H   ���i.-C''-iHl:'i:.
 i er, trapp Bik..
I >."     , Lome   ritreett.
to 24. 445 Craa
(y- ,.,,'Mn. K. C. j
i^i-a     .   McQuarrie,  H.   A
���** v   V"    '   wl*   be ln th3
Jjj.'offices every Friday af
TAI I
The White Pass
stud \ ckor.
tawa ol intention  parties entitled thereto, having regard
onl   to thi  claims of which they shall   ,nt' Comissioner of  Dominion  Lands Mllll8ter ^ t
.   based a   $10 the a have- bad notice, and tbey will   Department of the Interio    a   ms 0Unl o   th   bonus which the applicant
ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim- Is prepared to pay for a license
n,". Berth No. 525," wlll be receive   b        l'hfJ higheBl or anj tender nol nec-
this Department ������t.ii 12 o'cloch noon oessari'i' accepted,
on Wednesday, the 28th daj o�� Angus . /,' Jjj86   by tel6��raPh wil! be '"'
1907   for a license to cut tlmbe   on
Berth No. 525, eoniprimug lands sltu-
Se^cretary.
��� .   boI   coa   and $20 for an- nol  lee   liable for the proceeds ol  thi
No ; ,,,   320 acre* estate, or any pan thereof,    so    dis-
luln      i    oni   Individual or trlbuted to anj  person of whosi   daln
Ro all    ..   thi  rate of ten
' :
thi
to;
"   ton ie pounds shall be
:  the ������       output.
W. W. CORY,
ol thi   x; nl ster of the Interior,
i ��� Unauthorlze     publication of
advertlsemen    wil   nol be pub!
the   had nol notice ai the time of dis
tributlon thereof.
Dated this 24th daj of July, 1907.
F. W. HOWAY.
Soliclto   for John McKenzie- and John  ate ln tno Province of British Col im
Churchland,    executors    of    above   !'la. anel ,lescribed as follows;
estate
I nrF M- '- TIN, Barrister and
JggJj '. ;.,!. block, Colum
M .. eets, New ^esi
K.B.C-
ter, Solic:::>'
:. ; ractici Blnc<
i__,;er. B.C.    Of
���:_. Block, Clark
Court House
.; ine 64
rr.
;
RD,    Barrl8tej
Crescent blo< i-
anfl     McKenzie
���
as ter, B. C
j oF TRADE.���New  Westmin
:.. ���     e   meets  in  tbe
. as folli ws
[ .'  eai b n
��� .    ten  tbe  sei ��� :,
I ���     February,
I, er, al  8  i    n
-    ou    tbe    Be
_r.. February.     N  >
. -.   |        bi    proposed   bu
;.;v or quartet.
.ele   .-.   '���    VI h^e, Sec.
|; '���--���: TY   LODGE.  NO. 27-
[ this
������   ews  ha
|i M nda
V.        .    retires i
ttend    S Gn - >-,
attend
V   D    McDoi
v. -r^ASER  LOCGE  No   3
\i-   i        ��� : ��� -��� an 1 thli I 1
���    ntl Visit
v Invited to
v  w   hal
1 " rkson strei
1   " - ��� ler;   Louis V   I
t-
: df
;'.'
'���BIA     LODGE    Nc
5      F   ENGLAND.   B.   S.-
��� meets S     md   u
of each montl
Coll     bia Si
R       I ���   Fo  ���
:.    each month, sami
Visit int Brethren
E.   B   Stinch
Disnev, Secretarj
n     -     ' '     ''       '       ������
[AIJRB Dail- :<e.ept
bUndi ' '-'    .    mai,
'      "        ' ��� mn        witl
8tage ; ' 'oss and \ 'hit*   Horse
matt- inii . gh winte    iervii
! oi ii Forn      .   .-,���, ���   ,,
-'    K    ?    '   ���' " Ki,   Manage;
Vancouver, B. C.
WHEN  GOING EAST
'���'���'���  ~ -   '���   "      ��� ENT
TO  SEN] .
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eighl Trains   :     . ay in tht
! : "
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF  FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Emi '   ���������  the ne and best idi i
���   : ���:������:���
LUXURY.     Ii   is   lighti.    v   I
electi    ti    :.      P        thi   mosl
��� ' J r    in   the
The   (       mei        nsists   of
��� '��� artment   (ars,   standard
6 section  sleepei -  dining
..'    rr. .,:      .
���  ern   day   c s I ufiI
liar*   and   smok ng
.'   -   Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
��� :    ��� ci     or, tit  write
r. VV. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
���.'   Second  J '������-:;��. Seattle. \Vn>.b
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The   only  a'.;   rail   t   nte   between   all
- :- east, west ar I south I     Ross
Nelson and . ate points
ni   ting ..: Spokane �� th the Great
N   rthern, N   rth< rr  'b;. fie ������������nA O. R.
& N   Co.
nnects at Ros       1 ������ ith the C^n-
.    u    ���'.   ::.r   Railway  foi     loi ndarj
p >ints.
t5  al    "        -     i     -    with
lily for R
License By-law   1889.  Amendment  By-law.  1907.
bylaw    to fu the     amend   the
���   ..i.'i'ii - B    li v.   ; 589
mmi:" Ipa in il  ee   thi i orpor-
the oil o   Mev   Westminster
as folio.
oi of    thi       Uquor
By-lui '   |     be ob
and    ne followln}   su is Ituted
��� 11
' ���   I i ali  "
::'  I       [   .������       i.i. i      In ;nl-
luu  i. equln men     am
isioi     ,:     ,      ni,,,     ,    ., ed i,y
pe    lon or requisition for the
i
, ���- rest-:
i ion in i lilch are
:        ���,
��� thi   licen ���     -   a mj I        n    de-
he i o   ac .-,          I   o
lorpo           at tbe 1 mi   o   di
:.-       hin    bi   [ii tioi   mei tioned in
Ion 6 o       ' w, and h    shall
' :,       :..   th(
ud the board shall
no        boui ��� ��� ml such license, ii
in the o he major       >l    hi
ioai :
a refusal, provided thi
���:.'. ,   nol
atio
F
���
��� '. on of tl
12th s reel
: lortioi e city ly-
lle of 12tl   street,
and the l Sth s
Sth street,
:
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE NOTICE thai application bus
been mEtde t<e registei   Margarel  Rob-
-iii  us the owner In Fee Simple, under
a Tax Sab   Deed  from The Corpora-
"ii   ol   the Township  o    Districl   ol
Surre     to   Margarel   Robson,  bearing
,1 i'e  the 7th daj ot Novembei. a D.,
190]  of all  and  siiiuiiln:   rim-  certain
������    o      acl  ol  land am   premises
sl live   : .'in,, and being in thi  Dls ricl
o    vv.  Westminster, In tbe- Province
B Itish Columbia, mon  par Icula ���'.:���
known and described ns lol ',. subdivision nl Northwesl quarter of Section
I)  Township 2
Vein a.i.i each  of you  are  required
tee contes   the claim of the tax pu '
er  within   forty-five  days    ''pun
thi   date  fe-'  the firs:   publication  ol
ibi- nnrin- upon you, otherwis      shai
register  v,   - e e    Robson,  a    i ' ae
-   :���   fei      Anel  1  he 'el     direel
hi     publli : loi    :' >r   thirty  days in   a
newspaper published    al    New
��� itralnster of  this  notice will    be
Timber Berth No. 525, comprl In
ilis; North lu\\i o�� section 89, Wes o
Mara Lake, the. North hall of section
29, and all section 32 In Township !0
Range 8, West of the Gth meridian,
containing an area of 185 square miles
more or less
The berth must bi  surveyed within
- year after the date of the u i I !(
awarding the berth.
Tin- regulations under which   i   li-
Departmenl of the tnterlo
Ottawa. July 5th,  L9 I
NEW WESTMINSTER UND DISTRICT.
Take notice thai i. Hen Oro ��� o
Vancouver, B. C., timber cruiser, intend to appl;. for a timber lice i
over  the   following  desc' '"��� uds
situate, in tb" Coasi   District:
1���Commencing at a  poal    pi u   ������
at S, E,  corner  th i    and   ;' uate
cense  will    be  Issued,  also    p  ���   ���: about 20 chains dlat4n   In a N. I    I
tormi ol tende   and envelope  ma    be   ,"'ri"1   ' '"'��� ''''   s   '���'    corn sur-
obtained at this Departmen   o reyed lol  195 thence no   I    61 chains
office of the Crown Timb..    \ ��� ������ '��� ""   wesi   i" chains   th      outl
New Westminster. B  i 160 chains, thence easl 10 chaina
Karl,  tender  mus   bi   ��� con     al Commencing al i
!,;   an accepted check on  i cb
bank  In  favor of the   Depul    ������
Mlniste   of the Interior, for the amount of the bonus  which  the a
earn Is prepared to paj for a llcen e
Tbe    hlghesl   oi   an;     tendei    not
necessarllj  accepted
No tender by telegraph  will be en-
tertaine I
PERLEY  G   KKl '������ -
good and sufficienl service thereo Secrets
Dated at  the Land  Registry Office    Departmenl of the Interio
New Westminster, Province of Bril 3l Ottawa, June 29th, 190
Sti   daj   of July, A.n..   	
190" Ten for Licens*. tc CV, ~r:-:i-?.- 17*
C. S.  KEITH, I        mon Lands in the Prov.ret. u:
Districl   Regis    ������ ,. ��� Columbia.
', Tl -ossell and H. Burton. 	
.   'sons served with this notice,    SEALET    'EXDERS addressed    - ��� ,-
of    Dominion    Lean I
' ',"   ,'','             '"',  Department oi the Interior,
���es    In the-said land V   virtue of  ������  wesl  v-'. chains   containing
nregistered   instrument, and  all   ('d on the envelope     'ende   Eo   Tim-     ,,,.,..,  ,,M.,, ,,.   ,esg
���i 'sons  claiming any  interest in the   ber Berth No. 524,"    will be received      :,    ,.  a posl       lanted
said  land  bj   descent,  whose  titb
:        hos    claiming  through or under  ,''omllliul., .
and   all persons  claiming  any
the sou I iasi co 'nei I he 'eo ane
a've'it   imi  chains  dlstanl  in  ti  aorta
dlrectl  the south-wesi eee-acr
u veyed   lol   195,   hen ������   'i":':1:  8il
chains, thence south so chains, thencw
wesl 80 chains, th I    -��� c! u
thenci   eas   8i   ch iins         640
acres more oi  less.
Commencing al   a  pos:   planted
al   the southeasl   co   e    thereoi and
sltuati   aboul   120 cha as dl itanl  In a
| north-wosterlj    direction    from    the.
oi 11   wesl corne   o eyed loi -IDS,
thence north *n chains, thei ci west
v"   ohai.is.  thence   sou ;.    80   chains,
then asl  80 ..;:': i     conta     i g 640
acres  more  Or   less
4���Commencing  at  a    i inted
at the south wesl come thereof aud
at the north west corner of surveyed
loi ��������� ��� i hence north 80 chains, the: ce
easl SO chains, I ;,"i ��������� soul:. 80 i ba
640
��� ��� ��� ���    under the provisions of
at   this  Department    until  12  o'clock  north-west   <  tr,   a ^     chains
noon on Wednesday, the '. ... ' "��� rthi from
Lhe   Land Registry Act,   shall he for- the north east corner of 1     195.1
ev, ��� estopped and debarred from ser-  August, ll  tor a license to c, I I m- [Q      ,    ^  fc    m
,    any claim to or In respe<    of j ber on Berth No.524, comprising lands I ^.^ ^^        . .      ,
th,  sai.l land so so>d for taxe, as pro-  situate in the Province of British CoL   ,.,.,.h ,,.,, |,h .        _  .
vidpd by the ''Land Reglstty   \.: "        umbia. and described as; follows:
Timber Berth  N'o.  524,    comprising
Subdivision   14   of Section 12
Township 6, Range '!, Wes   of the Tth
sion. an Easi Q a te    ��� d Section lying to   Meridian, containing an area   of    4>i
������ \    th and West of Lol 47, Group  acres, more or less.
' m ��� of R, soutl v esl quarl ol Section
2S Township 16, Ne w Westminster
Disti ei     \ ot  ihe  South
���i   ,     es -
Located Julj
IIKV.',   UROSE
'       : 107.
IHE MISSION UMBER EO.
���   servio
i  .: \e    Sundaj.    Ne
\'~ BRi \ETTE, No. 4099, I O.F
p th  Friday ln the
ick,   in   tbe  small
.-'   block,     Visiting
dlally Invited to at
I; hton, C. R-;  F. P
i;ot.
g.20 a n..
���. .is p m
540 a.rc.
Day   '. -
.. Sp. kane
.. Rossland
... Nelson .
ubrr    io.
\ rr i ve
,7.15 p m
.4.10 p.m.
6.45 pm
H. .-v   1ACKSI iN
the   said north-
1 ' : ' ' ''
boun
Prase
.'-   I 1 ������   ���
1 side 1    'aid
1
Sth.     >       -i on of the 1
visions herelnbi
������  ':
This I   law may bi
I.:. 1 nse 11} lavi      S      '    ���
Byla-n  1907."
.   ae and ...
ad day i       ily, 1907.
I.. S.        \V. A. DUN'C \N. Ci     I   1
v.    H   KE VR^J . Mayor.
DISTRICT OF NEW  WESTMINSTER
2. an.l all that pari of the North Easl
Quarter of said Section lying to the
West  of Lol   356,  Gioup 2.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
A   e        icate of   Indefea     ���   Title
,, ove pro h rt: will be issued 10
Margn ta Ji    sen   on  the 19th .lay of
> .... - unless in the me intime
va   I c   eetion   then to i--   axade to
me in v   ting 1     1 pei son 0   , ���   sons
estate or interesi thi rein,
or in anj        >l
C.   S.  KEITH,
District  Ri    -   a   ot 1    es
and   Ri gisti y  Offii 6
Xe��\\   Westminster,   li.   c. Jul;    Is-
1907,
The berth must be surveyi .  within NOTICE OF.
one year after the date of the noi DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
awarding the berth. 	
The  regulations  under whicl ��� ]    Nl   I  1 ��� a    ibe
cense will   be    Issued, tm      ip hi 'etofe ������   .-
forms of tendei nml envelope, maj be tween  Joseph  Cameron    1 1 1
obtained at this Departmenl 0    1   thi Mark   McDonald ' rhe     M     on
office of ihe Crown Timbi    \.genl al Lumbei  Company'   ol th    Disl   ci  ol
New Westminster, B. C. ^'"-v Westminstei  has been dissi    ��� I
Each tender mus:   be a    i ��� I ��5 rautual consenl as of the 291    ��� ij
bj an accepted chequ. on a cha ' ' "A'n- "      '
bank in favour of the  De      ���
Minister of the  interio- am
ount eet the bonus which the    1
is prepared to pay for n
The hlghesl or am   tendei a<    1 ������ -
IT ROY al COLUMBIA, No. 8808
��� regular meetings ol
" held on the Second
�����' d ivs of each month
I lie Oddfellows' Hall
I ren tire oordlaly  in
Ij: l'.. C. Firth. C. K-;
I' ' Sec.
nt_>;0YAL  TEMPLARS  OF  TEM
I '"���'���   - ' eel   every Wednesdaj
p.  in.,  in  Oddfellows
la    .street.      Visiting
I; T.liallv invitee! to al
r, S. 0.: N. R. Browa.
J. HENLEY
1      Manufacturer  ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tfli  i13. Office,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
AM'
N'OI     : I, ,1. P. Tho
Ne\\     W'e   tmln   1   .   B   C
Intend   to     pplj
��� \   1
lh
follOtt ite ���
The     .      a   0    persons   having   In   essarily accepted,
No tender bj   teleg ai'   wlll be entertained.
PERLEY  ei   1- X\ ES
Se    ���
Departmenl of ihe Interior,
llr.-��,v!)C0TLAND BENEFIT AS
I:  ''ATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
	
��� I lan ! -
11 11 ���'   n   , 1 '   sei
, Crei i<
aboul     thrj        id   n    mil  mil,     wi ���
from   S  i k.  wl Ich   1 tin ���
.i.n ri- in   La hen
I      ,���,; Ki ,      let j     .      I'll 1,
:-    ,    iin     111 1 " e 1   eli hi
; , 1   jut   uf 1 umnii iii'i'iiu'iii
lov ing i'e' Dee : - elating 1 1 the sai.l
iropertj are requested iei delivei the
;ame   0 111 lei signed.
Convi j am e   d ti i   ��th   May,    1894
fi om Thom is Gi aves Gregson to Eliz-
Mi     . _i','.'.
A.   WHEALLER,
42 I iorue SI ���
\. n   w e- itmln itei.   B.C.,
Solii Itor 21:   .      can
Ottawa. June 25th, 1907,
ui
Camp
191���Meets on the First and
-"""'���
f ',' lay o�� every month in
CLi;.' P. Hall. John McNiven
t'. J. J, Forrester, Rec. Sec.
���   M.AHM   HONKS.
IciU'l: . ,
1    location and
' arm boxes in the
mi: is.
a and Tenth.
��� - and Eighth,
nue and Twelfth.
Hospital,
' and Park How.
and   Lufferin.
:
...   : avenue and  Sixth.
'venue and Second,
enue ami  Fourth.
��� an 1 Eighth,
' ti ��������� an I Tenth,
1 Sixth.
Machine  Work:.
"H McKenzie.
num
citj
-C.p
:   Station.
;,ri>  BucWand   Mills.
asm
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME-
stead Regulations.
Any available Dominion Lands with
'  in the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who Is the sole bead of a family,
,,'ti.ty male over IS years ol   age, w
the extent of   one-quarter   section ol
eai acres, more- or less,
Entry must be made personally at
the local land offlce for the district in
which the land Is siln'-e-
The homesteader Is required to per-
form the conditions conneced them
with under one of   be foil ^f^
i    (1)   A. lean       n aen
'upon and   cultivation of   the land in
leach year for three
Ci    [fthefathe, 1
father 1. deceased        1        '    * ��rt"
t.i 1.1.1
er resides upon 1
1: the land ent,   ���
by   such   person   resid ���-
1 father or moth ^rmuve
1    (3)   If the   eti
se;; VLB 11 TENDERS Rd tressed to
: . undi nod, and en loi se I 1 ��� u
Publli Building, Cumberland,
11 C.," will be received al this offici
until M 11 ��� .������ Vui usi 19, 1907, In
e ii isivei;. for the > "11s11 uel lon of a
pul lie b iiiii "1 ���  Cumberland, u C,
Plans 111 i specification ean be Been
and 1 '������������ ni i of tender obtalne 1 al ibis
leparl 11 - ul au l on appllc tlon to the
.; || m 1 ���:������:     ll   ' 'illllbl'l Iat),I
Persons tendering are notified thai
lenders will hoi be considered unless
made ou live printed form Btipplled,
and sign d with their actual signatures.
Each len ler  must  ne accompanied
.    an accepted cheek on a chartered)
bank, ma le payable to the order of the
honorable   the   Minister   of   Public
Works, equal to ten per cent iiu p.c.)
of   lhe   amotlbt   of the   temler,   which
will he forfeited if the patty tehder-
1 ing decline  to  enter into    a contract
when called upon to do so, or If Ue fall
_  to complete the work contracted for
m the  Matter   of   the "Trustees   and   If the tender be not accepted the check
Executors Act." and in the Matter   will be returned.
.1  i'. tiiompho:
Comuit'iii in .    .':    '   I'osl    ���
ie south    ank  0     C |>res ���    Cre,
.; .,.     ml .1   n.iir  mile 1 wes
fi-oni   Silvi r  ,    ��� "���   which 11111;  i ti
,1 ,:,;   m   Lu ;i ,   ���'���!       wi il    'i-.-. 11:>
.        B ml 1 fori    ch ilns, easl   om
.:, ired  I slxtj  chain--, nortii  fort;
,   .:     and   v 1   :   eightj   ch ilns   lo
iinl   of  < ommi ncemeul
.1   P, THOMPSON.
:;. Commeni lng al a |iosl Bel on 1 iie
mllwaj   bell   line    diatanl  flboiil   six
:    th eif the north Bhore of Har-
. .   ::      Lake;      t'ucnci'     Wesl      elghl ���
...:...    south    eighty   ch ilns,    ensl
chains, and north eighty chains j
oinl   ol  commencement,
.1.  iv THOMPSON.
S'ev,   Westminster, B.C.,
A.ug  -t  16th,  1907.
Tenders    for  License  to  Cut
cn  Dominion Lands in the  Province   of   British   Colunibin.
SE M.i:n   TENDERS   :��� Idi
ih,. CommlSBionei "! Dominion Lands,
said ; 1   m rsh p    an   to I     paid    to
jo< 1    .1  imi '������ 1 01  .- 0 1  Ii
Districl ���.;' New \\ ������ ���   and all
claims ag ilnsi the said
. t<i     be       resented     to     the     a lid
1 ������ ih 1 lameron bj  wh >m    thi   Bame
1 will bi
,   ted al New Wesl ���    1      13th
day of Jul3 ,  1907
Witness: JOS. C \MKKON
.1. II. JOHNSON.    .J. M. Mi DONALD
Tenders    for License to Cut    Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
BE O.l-'H   TENDERS    addressed I )
thi ; " ' ii l.and--!,
oi the i"' loi. and
mark,-! on the envelo render for
: Berth No will be received   ������  :'-     D iei      until    12
o'clock  noon on We Ines he 4th
da;  ol    i. 1907, i  1      1 tense
h No. 528, < om-
11 ���        I    sltuati   ti   the Pi u In   i
Departmenl    of    the    Interloi     and  of Bi imbla   and descrl     lie
of the Estate of Augustus William
Lur.dbom. Deceased.
All persona having an.v claims or dc-
against the estate of Augustus
��� 1 Lundbom late of Surrey Cen-
Tbe department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
British Columbia, deceased,   M* Department of Pttblic Works.
iy requied  to  file with the un-      Newspaper* inserting   this   adver-
.::;,.; their names anl addresses | tlsemenl   wi'ii:,:'   authflritj   from the
and full particulars   of tlielr   claim?,  eleyurtment will noi be p��l3 for i..
marked on 11 \ < - envelope    rendei  toi
Timber    Berth    No. 527," will be ���
celved al  this Departmenl    until    li
ie I'l'ii'l.  11110.1 on  Wednes laj   t'i ���  tl '1
i daj of September, 1907, tor  1 11 tense
to 'ui timber em Berth too  527,
prising lamls situate lh the Province
eef British Columbia, and des n Ibed as
follows
Timber Berth No. 627, commencing
tit the West eiul or the most North-;
erly boundary of Timber Berth 290;
thence East, along sai.l North boundary of Timber Berth 290, 2D chains.
more or less, to the West boundary of;
Timber Berth 37S; tbence North,
(ilong said West boundary of Timber
Berth 378, 120 cbains, mora or less, to
the shore of Pitt Lake; thence West
20 chains, more or less, to equal
length of South boundary! thence
South 120 chains, more or less, to
point, of commenci'ment containing
an area of 210 acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyeel within
cne year after the da.t.e of tbe notice
awarding the berth.
The regulations  under which a  11-
followi
1 im ��� Berth No 526, compi 1 I
the North h ill of the South Ehst
quarte! of Sectl in 3 Township 12,
Easl of Coasl Merl lian, contalnln \ ��� -
at,.a of 80 acres, m ve' or less.
The be rth musl be surveyed within
one year aftei the date ���.,���: the a tice
awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a li-
cens i wlll ';i issued, al so pi ml e 1
��� i- tn - ,. .ai ler and envelo -. m iy be
obtained al ihis Departmenl or at the
office of tin' Crown Tim 1 1 agent at
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an Accepted cheque -T. a chartered
bank in favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for a license.
The highest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
No tender by telegraph will be ea-
tertained.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
...ecretary.
Department of tho Interior,
Ottawa, July 5th, 1907.
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THE  DAILY   NEWS.
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M0NDAY' AUGUST J
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NEW HOUSE and 3 Cleared Lots
in West End, close to tram line; frontage
on two streets;   5 rooms;  cement foundation; water in the house; cellar.
Price   $1600. Enquire for terms.
For Sale exclusively by
W. J. KERR
Fire   and   life   insurance agent,    Real  Estate Broker
276-278 Columbia St, Westminster.B.C. Phone  170
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BUBONIC PLAGUE
CAUSES fOUR DEATHS
$1,000
will buy 160 acres in Maple Ridge municipality. We don't mean $1000 for the first
payment, but $1000 ALL TOLD.
You can double your money on this inside of 6 months.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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Underwood        Empire
V Typewriters:.
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I J. J. MAC KAY y COS
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
and NEWS DEALERS
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The "Stay Satisfactory" Range,
"An abundance of hot water,"
says the Monarch man, "is
quickly obtained and easily
kt. iit because of thc very large
heating surface of the Monarch
pin extension water front. It
is located on the left side of
the fire box and does not interfere in the least with the per
Vet working of the oven."
We invite inspection of our Ranges
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Paints and Oils
tv Agents for
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
"KLEENO" -B_��
Rushton & Speck
-FOR-
Victor Gramophones and Records
EAT
Contagious Disease Breaks
Out in Unhealthy Suburb
of San Francisco.
mm
SND
San Francisco, Aug. IS.���Five cases
of bubonic plague, four of which have
i resulted in death, hmve been reported
to the San Francisco health department within the past week. The patient*, with one exception, were of
the poorer class of foreigners dwelling in the neighborhood of the old
Chinatown. The ��� xception was a foreign -sailor, taken from a coastwise
steamship.
SPECIAL SALE
NEWUNEN;
TENDERS WANTED.
Prompt ami acth
measures were
taken by the local, state and federal
authorities anil spread of the elisease
Is nol feared. Both President Jules
A. Simon, of the health board, and
Health Officer James T. VVatklna
stated today that the situation is
well in hand een I do occasion exists
for alarm. The inrected steamship
was ordered into quarantine with her
passengers ami will so' remain until
released by the health department,
! The two shacks inhabited by the othei patients were fumigated, locked up
and sealed. The bodies of the two
.Mexican, the tlialian and the Russian-
Pole, who succumbed, were destroyed
in quicklime. ���
LACROSSE PROTEST WILL
OE DECIDED THIS WEEK
The protest entered by the Vancouver Lacrosse club against awarding the match played in Queen's park
on the inth. Inst., to New Westminster team will be heard by the B. ('.
A. L. A., during the present week.
Saturday's mail conveyed to the
association the reply of the New
Westminster club to the protest
which ran as follows:
"The executive .of the New Westminster Lacrosse club has Instructed
me to inform ;.< .1 that they elen..
having broken Rah' 4, Section 1, 2,
ami :!. in playing Charles Galbralth,
as he has been a mi mbi i of this club
ever since his registration of this
year, ine;. and is still a register! d
member.
"As to Article 13, Section 3, of the
constitution, a.;s.: claimed to have
been broken, they bi g to state thai
the Vancouver club waived all claims
im I  ���  the al <e-, e si ction  It. acce]
^ the money een August   10,  190",  I    ��� -
j main,
"Von:-.- obe li< ntly,
"H,  RYALL, Si cn tary."
���| ENDBRS  will be reci ived by the |
undersigned up to 12 o'clt ck noon on I
TUESDAY, the  20th  day  of  August. |
inst, foi  the excavation of the west-
, . Ij   50 feet of  Lot 15,  Block  13,  on
Clarkson street, In the City of New
,'. i -tminster.
Particulars of work, which does no)
Include hauling or unloading, can be
obtained from the local manager of
���eee' B. ('. Telephone Company, Limited, New Westminster. The lowest or
any tender not necessarily accepted,
GEO.   H.   HALSE,
Sec.-Treas   B. C. Tel, Co.,  Ltd., Vancouver, B, (*
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
FHard Block.   New Westminster, I.C.
H.STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELL4BD BLOCK,    \EW WESTMINSTER
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it   is  necessary to know what we are eatinc.
At KENNY'S Cafe;
You can rely upon (letting- the
Best ok Everything.
THIS  WEEK
Drawn  Work  Linen   Centrepieces,  Trai
Cloths, Doylies, Sideboard Scarfs, Table
Covers, &c; also Teneriffe Centrepieces and Battenberg Pieces
of every description on sale thi
week at 25 to 50 per cent less
than the regular price.
Every piece in the lot is new an
clean. Our reason for this remark
able sale of Linens at this season i
that we made a fortunate purchase
at big reductions. We must clea
it all out so as not to interfere wit
our regular goods which will com
later on.
W.S. COLLISTER & Col
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
Advertise in the Daily Ne1
KYLE'S
Good Cheer Store
Hotel Guests.
Guichon���W. !.. Gi indy, C. !.. I'ol-
ston, \. \V. Rolsto . '. icouver; Mrs,
Robinson and childn a, Huntsville;
H. I-.".- Forman, San Francisco; Ve'.
Jom s, Winnipeg; G. E. Williams
M, Wilson,  Vanei uv< r.
Windsor���.1.  ,M.  O'Connor,    ('.  Mc-
Nair, Hazeimen ; R. C Ji hnston, is. I-
lingham;  ('.  II. G lilam, Victoria;    .1.
! O'Hearn,   Chiiliwack;     E.  J,   Warde,
: Harrison Hot Spring 3.
Nature',
Gem : al   R< pairing.
���The-
New Stock Patterns
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
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Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and  Front Sts.      Phone 275
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What looks nicer than good
teeth, properly kept in
order?  Use MOM'S
Tooth Powder
and keep them clean.
T. A. MUIR
JUST OPENED
���AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding gifts,
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
Object
Lesson
Hi w many in this life are like
the butterfly who lives in the
enjoyments and pl< asures of the
present, with no though't of the
morrow, anil how few, comparatively, are like the ant which
continually labors, preparing for
thHt rainy day or cold weather
which is sure to come���
No, the "Butterfly" man is not
a success. It takes a "Hustler"
to get on in the world. Start it
now. We can show you choice
investments in City and Farm
Properties. Now is the time to
start. Buying now will insure
good profits. We can show you
how. by buying right,  'tis easy
SPECIAL VALUE
IN GROCERIES
Tomatoes 2 tins for 25c
8 Bars Royal Crown Soap for 25c
Choice Creamery Butter 30c
Hams from 18c
Best Bread Flour from $1.35 to $1.60
:-:    FRESH GROCERIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION    :-:
DR Y GOODS
A large consignment of Dry Goods just arrived:
Umbrellas, Socks, Shirts, Sweaters, Underwear, Calicos, Sheeting,
Pillow Cotton, at lowest prices.
Complete Stock of Leckie's Well Known Boots and Shoes.
to  make
Money in Real Estate
THE MORNING PAPER IS THE BEST
PAPER FOR ADVERTISERS.
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
TALK
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Kyles Good Cheer Store
THE  HOME OF PLENTY
Phone 276   255 FRONT STREET Phone 276
Old. is carefully made up and delivered to all carts of the city.

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