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 lite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
m WESTMINSTER, B.C
^ME ^NUMBER 1 IN
261907      >White, Shiles & Co
cy
REAL ESTATE
cToni*.
260 Columbia St.
Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATt'RDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1907.
ffl t
BEGINS NEXT WEEK
Lricted District Residents!
0 Receive Moving Nomina Few Days
ITbi
[
m '���'
I
C ; .:..
I,   ���
...
. will be taken nexl
lhe residents i :
��� ��� icl   and othei  o -
i blnatown    remove I
di   quarters,  and   a
pctriwl ."' - n   will  be  taken  with
. .,- , -     uting 'In.' lower pai
-  pectaile condition.
-.,:-. tfiai line is be-
,i number of promt-
��� ��� ���  business   me n,
��� Bsed iheir view
.... ttronglj to it
twsreponti lasl evening. The mat-
i fui :-,     .... .i  ap  with the civic
week either In the
i;: , ��� . ��� n to tiie city council
|i requi ���  ma . or to havi' thi
|��� ... ��� taki action al once
"Here are mese people   occupying
_K    ~..,   ���       usiness property in
in ui individual sI u
ho ild  I ������ -I -i-el for
. - - -      i es, etc.   N'ol only
[that sectie i loi on   the  mora]
Jkosol ly, bul an eyesore to
. ��� as  wi I!  ae  to everj
:   ��� ���        m     im.   town    from
Bi ivi idea Is to have these
p    ���    ���    out ol the city entirelj
emoved   I      omi    locality   where
|- ot ce me in the path of
. ��� al li man  n ho ��a
.- ' nd    . rf    Columbia
\\     er n .e11 n foi seeking to
\' ��� ions    In   and    around
��� ������ that a Qiimbei of build*
P��f 1 ��� ��� ��� 1 lei erection In that
and . busim ss Intercourse
p>6! '.'.'''ii Industries on the
[;: the main  pari of the
lh<        .   make-up (if the dls-
��� ��� ��� .  the ni'--' objecffon-
Si ���  a]    new     n anuracturing
I een located on the flats
oupli   of   ��� ears  and
In the near future."
������   a man who is tak-
��� *a '-���'��� ���   ���   In ilu.   campaign for
��� li   Is  aboul  tim ��� for
I83   and clear up t! ���
������ II look something like
1"    ��� au n,i ae (leaning up,
which   deface  the
its,  remove I, the resi-
��� Icted  districl   fired
md   thosi    blacksmith
.  from   Eighth  and Al-
���  In 01 dei  ' ��� produce a
1- ence  -'.oul the new
���e i tbe C. P. R. dep t.
��� ilwa - spotted wl
1 cart? -u I ��� ther kinds
. 1 umulati - .1 oui n
It the elacksmith 1
bu nesses to the
tth i-.' .   tl 1 .��� ������'
ous    local Ions     and
��� .  mai'.- 1 Improve -
ice ol Eighth an l
"
sing cit) :      ���"��� iments
1'. ie -wi ,1   paid   his  re-
. 1   street,   i---;""''-1   '���
.' and  stati 1  thai   it
imething was bi I 1
:ie: ille'l    walk.
������''ii almosl pron
��� had ap] an ntl,
n Idori d   I a dl igra 1
iei the e Ivic a iminis-
��� ���   n  rickety old  board
main street of a city of
IANS THREATEN
,     TO LYNCH HINDI
Young Girl Stolen From �� -
wash Camp Across River
Braves in Pursuit.
^Zhl,
10 CENTS PER W IKK
WENT TO SURREY.
PULLED   ARM   OFF.
E    R.  Officials   Inspect  Ground Remarkable   Exhibition     cf     Strength
Before  P .: ng Contracts. and  Nerve'
. . Moncton, X. B., Aug. 23.���A shock-
. ;,.-,    1 , Ing   accident   oci irn I   at   Beresfoi .
. near Bathurst, this morning, by which
SOON TO BE   Blb'iiiv,, BELTER
BROKEN EOR DYKE       LATEST INDUSTRY
��� .  .
-
-
W'iKiam O'B'.ri ..     irs!   losl  an
arm. O'Brien wi - wi rking In his sawmill  when hi-     .      arm was drawn
-   ���    ������   out s-.:..   around the pulley, and there seemed
> .     with    Section   no possi U   wa> .: O'Brien saving his
Chiiliwack   Tram
Brought   a
Realization.
Step
Line   Is,James   A.   Moore.    Seattlo
Nearer     Millionaire. Will  Erect a
Big Plant Near Vancouver
-
Hurla  Sin|
������
witl   : ���   -
��� ... lng
St.
.... ���     -.-..������::���
��� - :.
ini -
df  the  lu -
twelve yea
tha     lie i
���     :.     n ...
.   ���....   .
; .    [ter the
.-������.:���
���;.-������...
.:.:������
sevi : i.   laj
has     een 11   Iced aro in i   1
t the �� n.-tru.
: the line.
-   su    ���--:...;.    com-
������ with the deadlj maohini r> drawing him to certain death. O'Brien,
���'.'.." i> a powerful man, resisted with
all his strength, with the result  that
I
suited with ri -ard I
nstruction  work :-.
.:.':.    None . '
,e officials  gave om    hi   result  c:
in-." the country..
���- , -. -,,,. ��� . he saved his life at the expense of his
. .-, ,-. - rich; arm. which wai literallj torn
from its socki; ai the shoulder. The
mill hands were lie trifled al the terrible sight. O'Brien, who exhibited
such greal nerve, was perfectly ('(luscious, but suffered excruciating pain.
CP.R, PROPOSES TO RON
ITS TRAINS TO PORTLAND
\. :. 1 iver,  Aug.  . I.���II is the intention of the Canadian Pacific Ra
. . :...   tn :un   its  own  trains
camp,  and some ol  thi   men fe    ���      through from S;    ...;,���   to Portland ii
that he was after ne   good tl      possible, ever the rails of the O.K.
girl was miss id yi sterday morning. :
1 was organize      bu   thi    onl'
li n   0 far 1 omi ��� I rom     �� liti   m in
ij   that he saw tbi  Hind 1 car-
: ��� in.   'tie girl Into the bush
'rin- pollci    in   acting  In  thi
ter, to eai     this morning, thej
had  picked u    a    - ���        t thi   mi n
'���:  the girl.   Tin   In ie.: is have   pn   -
leal ndoned    thei    cami     and
will   nol   return  to   work   until   they
have  run th(
&   N.   nexl   summer.    The   company
AMERICAN SHIP WRECKER
j    IN BRISTOL BAY, ALASKA
Seward, Alaska, aug. 23.���The Am-
rican  ship John  Currie,  which  was
en route from Nushagak river. Bristol Bay. Alaska. 2������: Astoria with the
< annery  crew  and   thc   salmon   pack
Vancouver, K\x&. 23, As a fesuli ol Vancouver, Aug 23 James A.
the trip of Hon. Frank Olivei to Su- Moore, the well known Seal ie mil-
mas lasl week to Investigate the sit- lionaire, will arrive here I tn tha
uation In connection with tin Sumas sound next week as the representative
lake dyking projeel   the  reclamation of over a million dollars thai Is to be
of tin- 36,  acres of the besl  land! put as a start Into the erec  on ol a
In the province has    been    broughl smeltei ami subdlarj Industries in the
much nearer and Martin Griffin,   oi violxiitj of Vancouvei and on Bui ard
Tupper  &   Griffin, solicitors  for   tin ,���;, ,     M.   Moiln, .nu| _,..,,,,   ,  ... con.
Dyking Co., is of the opinion tro) lhl, ramou8 -,,.���., ,,,-,, deposits em
ound will soon be broken foi Texada Island and from these will be
the dyke.   This brings the commence- .,,  ��� n  v,,r>   ,argelj   ,,���,���,.��� ,-,���. ,)u,
menl   ol   construction on  the electrh slr,;,,,,-   IU1W assured   for  ihis coast.
railway   from   New-    Westminstei     to -piM, sn),
Chiiliwack closer, for as soon as dirt tbIs (ity on acooun, ���f ,)���
for being near the labor market and
in a locality where num can be better
Sumas
hat  1
will  In  an)   event   run  its own  cars   tr0m   the   Alaska   Fishermen's   Pack
.ants to run its compSete train
Ci mi 11 ue Ing this summi 1 the C. P. B
I - been 1 annlng ., through trai:.
from St.  Paul to  Spokane, ;ui<l  ulti-
'��� .:��� -��� Ination ol th< route beinje
Pi rtland, an . has thus fai I een selling ticki ts to the iatt< r city but via
o. Ft. & N. ���   tins ' ��� in Spokane south.
The     foregoing    information     w; ���
ductor to 1 From   gleaned froi    ri   erl   _.err, ] assengei
sl itements opi nly made y< sti 1 I ;
��� ������ ��� il of the Indians, a lynching I e<
will take place when the Hin.lei is
ca tured, with Hurla Singh . - thi
chief air dancer at the nectie
trafl'l    managi    oi thi   C. P. K. upon
,    : om Montreal   his morning, aftei  a  leisurely   inspection trip
which  inclu le 1  the  Okanagan  ������
si: vi, ���
The line   to   Sp kani     li av s     thi
NO   DECISION   YET.
ing company's canner) on board, was
wrecked in Bristol bay, Frielay. Aug
9. The vessel aad cargo are a total
loss, but the cn \\ and passengers
were saved, although there is a
chance that they will be In sore
--���rails unless rellel reaches them
- on.
The Currie had about -4ri persons
Ion board, Including Capt.  P, S. Mur-
hlsi n. master of the vessel, his wife
' anel five children.   'H those on board,
it 130 were Chinese or Japanese,
thi  balance being white people,   She
carried in addition to men's personal
effects   the   cannery   pack   of   I'.O.uuO
files on the Sumas dyke tin B, C.
Electric Railwa) company will let
contracts foi  the construction of tho
��� line.
j    The point thai has caused dela)  In
I the commencement of the dyking lias
been the existence of 12,000 acres ol
Dominion land In the area to be ben -
fited by the operations, which is ju I
one-third of thi total 38,000 acres,
This   12,  aires,  while held    on
agreement from the Dominion government by private parties, has not yet
been purchased outright, so that iiee
: title is vested In the Dominion until!
will  be 1 Btabli ihed near
lu  necessity
Induced to stay, not to meni imi a
dozen other conveniences thai render
the neighborhood of a large and established city an advantge,
wiulc the organization of the new
interesl has been kepi very quiet it
has been going on for some time and
several prominent local men are included. Il is saiel also, that J. T.
Shad forth, iron master of Newcastle,
may Join forces with a combination
lhal   has already an  almost limitless
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ deposit uu.ilit-. unieiue
purchaap is complete, and the poini   |��� North .'
arose as  to whether the land  beln
of
  fii- "-���   Ne-; ���   ^^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^mm
.  and   Its   continuation from    Spokane   eases of salmon, vaJued at about ?150,-
Protest la Not Settled. Althoucjh Time thiouuh  t.    ���',:; an:  .iin;..-'   .  .-s the   : ' "���  "''''   ,his is fllll>   insured,
Limit Has Expired. ('. P. K   another transcontinental line
������ which is practically a United  5u
No statement has yet been received Institution.
from  the   Lacrossi     association     ���-- ��� ���	
specting   the   Vancouver-New   West-      John McNiven, one    I the pn   rie-
minster   protest,      Th<     constitution I    sot thi   Holbrook hotel, was yes-1
stiei owned by the Dominion, it could
be taxed for the dyke.
This poini. which was delaying thi
commencemenl of work both on reclamation scheme and on the B. C,
Electric railway to Chiiliwack. was
disposed of by Mr, Oliver, who staled that whil
_^_^_t
states that a decision shall be handed   terady fined $20 and costs  foi   serv-
lown within    forty-eight    hours    of | ing liquor to an intoxicated man, Geo,
.
���
'
���
Hei
���
i
'
I
I
���
���   ��� ng  the 1 tse ai     thi        scribed
11   expired al 2:30 yestei '.-;���  without   the  dee . I  ���.      ��� n   ma Ii
public.
indi       - .     '    '    '  ���     New
:.   ������ : egiStl
������ -���   . gainst   this   violation    - :    the
iation     I ''     -is ad
opted     11    a tion    .        ertainly
havi robli m  on its    hands    thai
hould   make  it sweat  wil
in e.    li   will eithei      tve to  sit   in
���  1 an d figui
e .1 whe ��� her i'i     1   -  ���    .    -
���    ...   .,.'',.      -    -        ng to th
! ��� -     ���   njustice .:������'���   ild be ea
f��     Matt.
Stein.   The evidence adduced showed
that  Stein  wandered into the bai   in
in   11" tic ted     c mdition,   and     was
. i.- n  a  drink  on condition  thai  he
etook   himself    I     < thi r    quartei 3.
.    after.   S:e in     f- 1!     into     the
of thi       lici. and  stati     thai
he  had bi 1 u -��� ��� ������ 1 al  the Holl    - k,
he '���' "   j ��� sterday morning, Stein
failed    ���.    corroborate  his    previous
���  ���-.    and  as   a  if suit, only .   ri hi
line was Impi 51 ' on the hoti 1 1   in,
him.
MANY DELEGATES WILE
ATTEND CONVENTION
Large   Rock   Hurts   Miner.
A niiiic' '" 'he emulov of Met
"ons^	
Buntzen was   eriou
L.eejc    r"",'n______________________l
'r in the ei '   Me ssrs. j
sides. Rannie & campbeii at Lai    len Representatives to Ee
Elected From Each District���Meeting? in October
da    nil
.-
I
��(i;ii..'
Police Court Cases.
morning's  grind al   the
'   'A.i--,  1 iu-    heaviest    for
shed    ������'-��� n the sil 1 'he side
���
  ���
Mr. Woo ... In th
le   launch v. | ise 1  :   1
thi
all pos     e speed    ���.'���   1    1    '.'.
he h '     in spite    f the I
which rendi    I na rigatk 1
diffii iit, and     ought
jured man,    Tl..    .���   I di red I ���
removal to thi nd, in tl
early   :. tivunina.   .1   f^^^____^_^_
male down :b-  Inlet,    Thi sen for the first week in October
ved to St. Paul's hospi ^^^^^^^*
BILL MINER'S ESCAPE
WAS NOT BAREFACED
Drooping Mustache Adorned
His Upper Lip,while Flowing Locks Covered 11 cat I.
, -.    :. .- ting       thi
.    . .       ���   ���   , Ive, 11 v. ih
.   ,   tnee Ins  ol Lhi     I -
���   lay,    -
[Ui stion of appointing
When Illll Miner concluded his v.i
America,    the'    product
which will he in great demand,
Regarding this point, however,nothing can be sliiled aulhoiriatively.
though ii is understood thai negotiations in that direction   were'   begun
some time ago.
Not only will the smelter be huill
but a number of associated Industries
e Dominion could nol Buch aa a railing mill, etc., will also
u- established and the new Industrial
development will not only be ol high
Importance to this city ami the coast
in tlle >levHopiii>'M I'ur which il will
lue directly nnd Indirectly responsible,
hut il will be of t lit- very firs! im
porlance as culling lhe attention of
the iron world to this province as a
source of BUpply that contains ele-
ikisIis ef tue and coal conveniently
adjacent to each oilier and In im-
mense quantities,
ji is a facl that musl provq -, -.'.real
1 eaeff. to this coast that ri,., ir,���, ,i<>.
i'riMt of Tmm... P%se��ses the same
qualities as the sol? Norway iron
which has  such  a  high  commercial
value',   ami   lhal   the   local   (VU'isil   is
the onl) one known on this con '-in",:
When (he battleship Oregon was 1>ui"
at San Francisco, Texada iei.mil sui '*
plied the ore tor the sofl Iron require 1
Ir 11 - Structure,
.lames A. Moore, who i. proml
neiiiiv behind the new enterprise', has
the reputation of having done m n ���
tor Seattle than any other five men
there, n Is also understood thai his
plans Include the Investment ot more
j money here Ihan he has pul Into the
sound   city, where   he   has   bulli     and
I owns a number of exceedingly  valuable blocks. Including the An 1',   build
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_, lllg. lhe <e|,l ip-w   Waehir, :'.m  he
al.',  will   not  only  ,-.el  a   good   rub'.   ,,,,,.    ,.   .......   ,,���,,,���,.  ,,,.,,   vvil,   ,,���   ,,���,
I insii 1 1   ol   the  bul   one    nrotiii.'    '"���'
permit such a precedent to be esta
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ iis bed   in   ihe   provincial    la\a:i'ii
Dominion lands,   the    province   bat
An  Apology. | "wer to tm llu   ...le.es' , ' lb- ��� 1   >.-
In yesterday's News, we published   pier and  prospective owner   ol    1 ic
a statement in reference to the sui-   property.    Now as the  whole'  12,000
ride of Andrew Kirk, thai pointed tb  acres  has been alienated    from    the
Pr. Rothwell as having concealed the   Dominion, the difficulty is removed,
ir.n   facts of the ruse from tin   pro-      On liis visit to thc Sumas flats Mr
,-   authorities.    Upon   investigation   Oliver was accompanied   by  Mes n
we linei that    the death    certificate Comner, Bowman and Atkinson, of th��
clearlj states the true cause, namely, I dyke commission ami Martin Griffin,
that   the   man   "died   from   a   gunshot   In a  few days a  meeting    will    take
wound in lhe brain."    Dr, Rothwell is   place  between  the solicitors for    the
ten   well   known   anil  ton  highly   res-   eompany and the commissioners, afti 1
pected   in   this city,  to have  imputed ; which  a  public  meeting  of all  mle
to bim  any  motive-; that  the saiel  ar-   esteel will  be held,  when  It   is  hi
tide might  lead  to believe, and we  matters will be pul In Btioh sh-,��� ���
much regret having been the means   to allow   work to be commenced
of causing unnecessary annoyance to  mosl Immediately,
"i'
Owing tei the location of the Sum. a
wet land on the route ie> Chiiliwack,
the it. r. Electric is anxious to si 1 a
definite start made on the dyking before deciding on lis actual route and
letting contracts, Thai the land will
he reclaimed there is no doubt, bul
��� the B C, Electric must commeni ���
j construction in time to be In Chilli-
wne-k In 1911 and is anxious to gel
In as mui h before thai tim 1 as 1 01
sii le, When the Sumas wel land ���
drained the line cnn be run rlgln
.acres- the fl.o  country so reclaim   I
s iimn
ii 1-     bi' .1
Leon obtained from ti  reliable    mra
guards in
lil!'   : Ithough none of the ac-
�� '     illty of serious offences.
I riiliTson.    who    recently
l\'' 1  iu the  rovlnclal jail,
1 io $2.60 an 1 costs tor
,;*'"' '" 1 drunk, two In Hans wer"
I and cosh-, for having been
II ���' ' ���   possn sion of intoxli ating
her     1 ml inn     and       hi*
*'ho   had   absorbed   the   Joy
j, Hi" police happened al-
J with ih" light tine of $5
while a  woman from the
' ction contributed $-" and
���   treasury as a forfeit few
ensed drinks withoul a li-
Chlnaman,  Ah   Lee,    was
"lien/.. 1
.    '    ��� '" a fine of $.-,0 or three
''<U I-*   ���
111 Jail for supplying Indians.
run was
to]   Vane euver,   -''    it any loss
time.   Upon his
found that he had been very seriouslj
bruised.
Victoria
Universitj
through here
Big Earthquake Past.
1: c, Aug.   n.-or.
cation al  ih.   Dominion    government I BUm,vs mountain, bul will als,. tap and j
:-,:  '1   , .   on  thi   hill, he did **ve communication tothe verj fei
.-   .- iwaj   "rii   bare  race and t1lKtrlc1 brou8'>' under cultivation    11
-i p|ied hea,!. tl stlngul hue. marks   lhh    ",:' '"' ���l""' "' ""'    ri: ':    l��
���',   B  convict,  imi with  hair over an   "tance lnBtead '" "mUu:- ""' ,i"" '
building  n  branch aftei   thc d ainl 1
i ��� done, II would 1 ill the 1 allwaj ���
1   -i.  vi   ������ much hi Itei
-no less than one ol  the guards all    " li <lim('':;'  ,t,njate ""' '   '
,. iiiiioiinrv effeel ��� of ih" building ol tie
lhe   pen.
.,,   ,  ,,.,, ,       .       ,    ...     ,  elec nc   Ine  to Chiiliwack ami    the
1 lun Hill  was    iu',v.".i and clipped
"the regulation penitentiary manner  '""'; '1'""1 'ntrotluotlon of now,, Into)
���   then, and it was consid      f]_ n h), r||,u. ,,���, w;iv ,���,,,���.���    those munlclpnlltlsi   through    which
^^^^^^^^^^^^ _...1......,,... 1 the  line  will  pasK
 -m^^^-mm^^^^^^^^Mv I ���. V   III      -^^^^^^^^^^^���^��� '-������ ��^^
ist   J. A. Mac ionald, leader
y . -    in  British ' '��� 1
. ������    .    t the h ad    1 I   the
.   tion   it wh   h Bome imp rti at
-   liscussed.
.    tnen      ma ���   send    ten
biggest on the co.i^t. besides others.
delegates    to    the    convention | Inch  long and       nus.a he of sever
. months growth,   This Information has
hj b is ti   bi   held in Vancou.'';' on,
���  ,,, -   ten up.   The date of
-.:.,. 1 ��� rentii :i
ise the   New   Westminster   fail
M 	
good timi       gel I he deleg ites
took
the y
opluion <
-in Interesl
were   assist
 |,   WBI    presum
���i every person who
iu ih" flight, and
-j  iu   forming  thai
careful study ol
bonces and �� -
more In years
I
-
iere there is no district asuo- j the  1   tablisbefl  custom
wli<
Cincinnati,   v-
o'clock  la
I
    '.v..y. .a"rted ii^^B'ill  kindly  arrange    amon
1 "DPears periodically on this   $1,000,000. ri,selves the selecton of delegates
^^ Eagle w'i ������
^6 adjoining building*.
! i iini-i irion  by  lha    photographi    ef
I "Bill US In- Is loehiy" which were ptih-
| lished,    The  nuinleiir    hleullm    who
wenl cm I arier lhe lewurd which WEI
promised  ror lhe Ofiptur* of Itlll  may
see in tii 1 vt Information tii<' reason for
im-miei'cMn. They would UBVSf
think of holding up In the road modest looklii_s old man with a lon*;
.drooping inuHinehe lo ��sk him if he
lind Just  vacated the pen.
Why   Hill   Miner  was  favored  with
ih" privilege , : growing a moustache
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^efor months       H  I   ��-.'a))eii from
_ . .->   from   the   constitnency. (|lf,  ,���,,, j,   .,.     ,.:, ,.   ,,,  lh..  aven .,,
t: - ��� ���-! as'sociations, in constltuen-   fefcrson, In view ot the :n,-\ that It Is
U  peniten-
HHI^B conv'^^ cleanly shjgg
Omorl,   seismologict j   delegates for each member represent-
glslature,      Liberal      ^
,_^J,,; -���   House   Of   Common::   |h<>|r  ||(
H  :���    ,de an(j  Senate of  Canada  from  British
present al h  --'��� hig eairt Q1--
spent  theii   '
INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER
COMES HERE NEXT FRIDAY
Di Wilbur \. Cm ta heed of the
inti ��� national Qui 1 au of Reform In
v, u hlngton, 11 1'. an I Mis 1 1 tft, are
coming io V. ni "ii.' 1 on the steamer
Aoiangi trom \ '-: '���! Phej have
been inuring i-'.m -m" and the Orient
in the inie'ic-i . "i a world wide move-
mini lor the pm I- ������ eet mil1 ing all
civilised hations In prohibiting the
sab' of opium an 1  intoxicant a ' I Uli-
He has m-'- ' ��� '  '���"���: ' ' th6 British Columbia
-   will be entitled ex-officlo
- will lie allowed to represent
^^^^^H s.ot able to attend, but  the
9   I .minted a proxy must, he a.
\    num! , r  "f   impllllenl    spoil   nun
H'purii el   lo bi',11   ��� lueoiln ��� ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
grouse buck of the cltj  for ilie pasl   eivitzoei races, Both Greal Britain an.l
few   elays,  in *plte or  the  fact thai   the   United  state     hive    appointed
the leaHOn wlM not open for several j committees to support the movement,
OmfU hai   appeared before  the
days yet.   Shots may be heard in the
bush almost any hour of the day, anil
Dr.    	
heads of many  governments  '-"aring
���   elected to go to jail on
b occasion.
.ml the credeeatials to be given them.
cropped   during
aflnement,
the
men have been seen returning to Uie ' a petition representing L9,OO0,0fJ0
city With birds concealed under iheir | people to plead hi cause, H" will
coats during the past few days. A' address some half a dozen meetings
covey of seventeen California quail, ia Vancouver, and will also appear in
which has befflgtarounrt George Mead's Nt* Westminster addressing a mass
place for several months past, lias al- l meeting of all the churches in th*1
���-,   ".ii ilie object of the sportsmen's: Queen's   \ venue Methodist church on
lions,  bin so   far   as   is known, j Friday  evening,  August 30,  at-eighl
of the birds have yet  fatten vie-   o'clock,
tims.    There arc very  few  ef these      Dr. Crafts ts a noted preacher ami
quail In the district, and (me Bports,   n   leader    in    International    Sunday
hope that the brds wlll be lefi   school work as well   as   a    fluent
tested  for some years, In ordei   npeaker and the, meeting held  here
thai thej m.���., iucrease In number        should be largely attended.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
8ATURCAY   a- eu*
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
MONEY CAN BUY
AT ANY PRICE
VISIT
FRASER'S DAUGHTER
DIES AT RIPE AGE
Father Was First White
Man to Navigate River
Which Bears His Name.
THE
Royal Studio
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
Proprietor, L. HAWEIS
(pronounced Hoyes)
Toronto, Aug. 2ri���The funeral of
the late Miss Harriet Praser, daughter
of Simon Fraser, the explorer of the
great British Columbia river which
bears his name, took place yesterday
from the House of Providence to St.
Andrew's, beside the body of the
father and mother. Deceased was SO
years of age.
She retained consciousness until
she died, her last hours being attended by her two nieces, Misses Catherine and Margaret Fraser. of 323 Kins
street, Hamilton, daughters of Mr.
Simon William Fraser, \v':i i ire the
sole surviving grand-daughters of
Simon Fraser. They have three brothers, however, settled In the United
Stales. It was only a fl - leys ago
that there was'.sent to .Miss Fraser by
the British Columbia government, a
life annuity of $600 In rec gnition of
her brave father's pioneer work for
the western province exactly 100
years ago,
On  McLeod   lake,   em   a   peninsula
firmed by its Juncture with rion?:
I ,ak,' river, he founded Uie first permanent post ever erecteei within whai
is now Briti.-h Columbia. It exi-:- to
this  day.
The following year conflicting rumors with regard to the rivers of the
neighborhood received from the Indians began to prey ���n Fraser's mind.
In May. 1806, he began his journey of
exploration. Seeking the Fraser by
way of the Parsnip and Bad rivers,
the itinerary of Mackenzie in 1793, he
arrived at the .juncture of tliat river
and the Nechaco on Tune 11. The
same year the secoml fort established
west of the Rockies was founded at
the outlet of Stuart lake, the headquarters of the New Caledonia district, and named Fort George.
In the spring of 1S08, Fraser. with
four canoes started out on what was
still considered the main affluent of
the Columbia river. He had be mi
much disquieted by the fear that the
Americans, Lewis anil Clarke, would
lie before him In the district and
hence all haste was made. Leaving Fort George on May 26, they
reached tho mouth of the river on
July 1, establishing that the river
was nol th.e- Columbia, but a separate
and distinct stream.
The descent of the river occupier,
forty days, the ascent on the return
���but thirty-three days.
_fc*x*����3Beaasoi^^ 0|strict of ne,^ WESri^
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SAVE
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MONEY!!
TAKE NOTICE
son,    ��,:    \.. 1
cruiser,   2.
timber licen ������.
I< scribed la
l- '' un nem lu .-
i buy vour  FURNITURE and
Household Goods
IN" THE LARGEST Wn MOST UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE    EMPORIUM    i.V   THE   PROVINCE.
Low Prices, Easy Credit and Liberal Terms for everybody. No catch as you can prices. Everything marked in plain figures.
We Pay Your Return Fare lo New Westminster
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the   south    ian
about    threi 1
from   Silver  ,,.,
Harrison   Lake
chains,     wesi   .... . I
eight) chains,  ,n.i
to  poini   of commei
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-��� < ommencing
the south   bank  .
about    .hn-,.   1I:!   , c'
from   Silver  Cn
Harris.in   [���;,;,..     ���
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cbains,  south   fori
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chains,     and   wes
i iM>int  of comn
".ril.triel
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V if   you   purchase   of   us  $20.00   worth   cr  over,   and   pack Jjj
goods free and  pay freight  to   New   Westminster.
, ;���;    ..     NO     INTEREST    CHARGED     ON     CREDIT     ACCOUNTS.   *   ft
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MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
ehe Post naster General, will be received al Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the twenty-seventh day of September, for the conveyance of His
Maj,'sty's mails, on a proposed contracl for four ,\>>a:'s, twice per week
each way, between N'ew Westminst r
and Strawberry Hill (Proposed Post
Office ��� :i Scott r iad), during the
Postmaster General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions o!' proposed ntracl may seen i nd
blank I rms of tende.".- may be obtained al  :..,- Posl Offices of New W ���;'-
a   ���    and  from   Mr.  Robt. (1.  Li e,
Sc itt   ,-    1,  and   at   the  office  of  Ihe
Posl  Offi      Ins] ector.
Post i iffle e Inspi ctor's Office,
Vani ouver, B, <���. Aug, 16, 1907.
JOHN  K. GREENFIEL l,
lJ'ist Office tnspe ���tor.
Simon Fraser was born tn 1 TTi- it
Bermlngton-on-the-Hudson, of a
Scottish United Empire' Loyalist. His
father, a Captain Fraser. died in prison after he had been captured by the
Americans at Burgoyne's surrender.
In his infancy he was taken by his
widowed mother to Upp : Canada in
the vicinity of Cornwall, where he
g:\-v. up. In 1792 he joined as clerk
the ranks of the Norttn - company, the great rival of the Hudson's
Bay company, and passed all of his
active life in its service. He retired
from its service about the time of its
coalition wtih its great :b..i: in 1S21,
and about the same yea:' he" married
the daughter of Captain Allan McDonnell, of M.i��� iiii i. Ontarl . He died
in 1S62 at the age of 86 at Sr. Andre ���������'-. in the ;���'('��� nshi o C irnwall,
(Countj Stormont, where the recipienl
of the gratuity of the  I govern-
men   was born.
Simon Fraser, al thi ag . 26, was
mads a partner in the company, and
if ��� ��� a firsl appointmenl - Grand
Porta e he was sent to Lal Uha
co. : le was later fri ���-, a as I he besl
man  fitted to extend   I he  c imp tn,
ities wi sl of the Ro . n m-
: lins, and n as -��� p.! i i -,. hat Is now
: h      '.��� ivince of Brill -    ���' lumbi i   in
STANDARD   OIL   PROTESTS.
New York. Aug, 22.���The directors
of the Standard company have issued
a pamphlet to the employes and
stockholders of the company relative
to the fine of $29,240,000 imposed on
the Indiana corporation.
A noteworthy feature of the pamphlet is the company's declaration of
absolute innocence as to an.v wrong-
1 doing in the cases lately instituted
against ir. and particularly so in the
Chicago & Alton case.
If the fine of $29,240,000 in the Alton case' is allowed to stand, the company says, it will be compelled to pay
'fifty times the valiu  of every carload
: of oil carried over the Alton road In
two years at an open G-cent rate, a
rate used over three competing railroads for ten or fourteen years.
The trial Judge, the pamphlet says,
refused to allow proof that the fi-cenl
rate was a legal rate. The judge insisted that ri cents was the only legal
rate for oil.   Nobody had ever paid 18
'cents, and it was sworn that this rate
���elicl not apply to oil.
"To highi :��� courts," the pamphlet
continues, "we must look for that
calm judgment  which will rescue the
i'rights of citizens from the field of
jTuililir   clamor  and   from   the  domain
'of vindictive politics,
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Max freed Furniture Co.
62 & 64 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B. C.
| Complete   Mouse   Furnishers :���:
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railwa;,   bell   line
mil.ri north of tl ���
1 rison    Lake;    thi
chains,    south    ��� ig
eight: chains,
to poiir  of co
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New  Westminst.
Augusi   I6i
Canadian Pacil
RAILWAY COMPANJ
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(*?.'ata:'*:*>:'*''.*z*z*:'*'.'*':tt
A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
2 Transcontinental Trai
DAILY
Excursion  rates  I
July   3rd,   Ith   an i . _..
9th and 10th.   Tli
nionths.
EU. GOI LiE'i
12. l'. ;-. '."".
New Westmin
Rushton & Spei
���Fl
Victor Gramophones and Reed
General  U
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i*�� KleafwrnWlBaO
if^liuiiiiniii
ri   . .    ri?d ri):*,      1 .ffe  m&W
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(pRpOi^ESS
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ZIHETABEL THAT FROTECTS:
v. _, ,^ri^;yc;L^;r*;.��y^riri'iC^:riri ^tsm
Pi epare  your  bo:/s ror
school  opening.
We ve made ^reat pro-
vision m benool Clot nes.
vVe ve been there ourselves, and we know exactly what Dcnool Boys require m Clothes.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer*- and Deaitri in All r mds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Dcors,
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
SECOND-HAND STO]
-   Fi    .
!:  age      Stoves a
FURXU   ..
Columbia  and  Front St3       ?'
J. HENLE1
Manufacture!
Mineral Waters, EtcJ
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specia'ty.
frl.   113. Offics.  EigliW 5
NEW   WESTMINSTER  3. Cj
Westminster
Transfer O
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Columbia  8t
,1,1, ):,...���   dell si i".    i
rtri of Uie nlty,
Light and! Heavy Hauliq
fittr.,._Tn>i Deo*'
Ielephor.e 12.
New Westminster
We've Sailor, Blouse, Reefer and Norfolk Suits, made from
handsome, durable fabrics, strongly sewed and reinforced where
the strain comes.     Couldn't be better if we charged more.
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up to
$8.00
THE
CLOTHIER
E3 m% s_l2522S 0 ��siiftB4;-iK�� ssuB tmmrnm
fflwJ is9,
Ladies9 Win
$15���or��� $10
EASTERBROOK   MILUNCi  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; second, $10, fnr
the besl loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
SMPER8AL   FLOUR -  IMPERIAL
No entrance Fee needed all that is necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster.
_Wgj_
Telephone 333.
MAKES OLD THINGS NEW
Clquld Uenter ^^%X��S\
the brilliant newness andIBU�� I
Pianos, Furniture, Picture X^I
Interior Woodwork,, ^Sbedf
Floors, and all polished, varnisn
or enameled surfaces. ....
It renews and redresses ��U
thing it touches. Bejarniswng
unnecessary, bycru:-'.!-''sap.
stains  and dirt Instantly a"^tI
pear, leaving a smooth, Dnu
surface. . ���nrri^h.but
a surface food that is al���      rinj
the old finish, Instant yWhti
the latter to Its original^
ness.   Easy to use   "'���.;   ^
ofeheeseclothlsnecessaiy. "    |
instantly. _ ^Titcn'
One delighted customer    ,.,..
that it .is worth $'    r;
The price te only 50 cents-
Af.wtrial bottles at 10-
Soli! h>
T. J. TSAPP��CO., Ltd. rORDAV,
A'uOUS"!
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Boys* School Sui
Just Wkat You
Want For Your
.. BOYS ^
A New .Suit
2-piece and 3-piece
$3.50, $3.75, $4 up to $8
the suit
PHILLIPS
THE DALLY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
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PURE GOODS ARE
ICOWail'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
ICowan's Calle Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   HANK   WITH
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ROYAL BANK </CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45.000,000
We welcome small ace mnts and pay interest four times
ear on Savings Hun!: deposits.
F. 8. LYLE,   Manager.
MARKET
REPORT
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���      ������   yesterday's
eing    one prin-
aud m< als.    Apples,
��������� wi rt   plentiful ..:
--   ���������'��������������������� ��� - sto ...    change ..
A   gOi        -   ,.,.-       ���   | pples   BO   I
75 '- -.- . ,..���:, a box. These
''���  ed 1 M j. Ti ;.:������.
>��� Bros.,    oi     Hall's
���  and R ���    ���   ,,: Mount
���"   Al< :���    :    -.-.  ol   Ottjer,  J. De
���'etheri ...:.: others.
''ethen       ..-::.   good Duchesc
' -  which     | ol  aT  |1.25
to thi   .   ���      ...    .        ;-.   gup-
���   compan       -:-   als.   sold a  large
ati y of -  -- -. .    Tin-
largi     :. : prici e
ents to $1 a  ci .'���   ���
to    ��� cen -   . box.
lartletl :. ...      Weri
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. ���-.    Mr. Muir-
; ,:: red       - ���  .  lin.    -:  apple^
ime an I othi -     .    ,.-��� -.-.   He
Id era es    t 2 1-2   i ents    a
Mi ats   wen   . ��� al : ..  in  ae inly  all
ad     ':.        emand    was    als i
���' ���-'��� g.    Beef bi   ight I   m 5  1-2 tu
'--' f< ���   hind i ... iers rn 1 from 6 te.
:  cents foi   fn nts     '. h      c 11    was
' -  strongei   I  . a the demand an i
.  ��� was sold o ;; early,   Veal was offered in fail   i i ��� titii    at 11 cents per
ound under a sti  :,. ri man I.   Mut-
''���:.   .e:i i   lanil    wen   .���:::��� ng   ll.i-   com-
'-'���>��� 13   sc     -    - ��� ats   and as  the
emand   was   brisl   the  su] ply    was
disp< -.-!  of witho it difficulty,    Mut-
'  '��� sol! at from 13 to 14 . ��� nts while
a!:,:,  realized   15 ceuts    per    pound.
There was a stn n$ di man I :' ir pork
and the   ruling ;.rie. was .1 ci nts, The
.- ipply was fair,
1
rggs are still con    . ��� ling  a  ver;,
prici   notwithsi  odlng   :h;.t   the
sui, ly for the b, -1      ipl<     �� m mths
an I still is large   !.-   .      rices ranged
":.:   15 ue 40 cents     ���   ������   daj   while
the jo    ers often eats ������ 2 ��� ��� sale
Bo1..   the   local   an    i -:���',:���    2- :-...n\
���-���..- >::ong.   :���; ,' <    . . -      o in fair!
good    emand an    -    I from 35 to ���!���'
ents ...  : i un I
Chieke.     ormed        ..     -    i ntagi
ol   -he-  sali      ���   . ��� :      nd sjreal
iantit>     '  thi :..      anged Is ami
prices a little  stiv ngi   tl   a am ki ��� k.
(ieee-ii   e ll i   ;e ::-    '        Ight 'l   $3."i    tQ
������ .e ..... -i, ': ��� lem being especially I risk for good al Irds. 0 ���
an.l nii.:.- developi ������ ���������:- _ I roughl
lr<mi $6.50 '��� $7.i "��� ��� zen. A large
quantity of ducks wi e sol : a! from
S>;.Tri t.. $7.50 a dozen under n strong
demand 1''-; !- i - -r-b- fi m $2
to $_.".' ,i ton. "." suppl -..- '��� ��� I
i i the demand.    1 '-���   a'  m lan .<   ������  -
Get To  Much  Money.
K.   '     Wi lam,   tint.,  Aug.   23���The
teller oi  ���!..,   r.r.nk cf Montreal here
I  $50 i to :e. .. ; one day las:
.������     .     .      s a ree by S. Patrake,>. a
Greek, i-   indei   arresl   charged with
having obiaine I  the  money.    Patra-
resente la cbequt  foi $650 signe?
..   M.   J.   Melville,   a   local  druggist.
(in  the  discovery  tha:  the  cash was
$500   short   lhe  teller,  \V.  .1.   Rapsey,
claims that he positively��remembered
���:;.:���  he gave Patrakos ten ?lim lei'is.
and thirty $5 pieces thinking hi was
giving bim lift:*��� ^ instead of hundreds
Palrakos denied tha: he had extra
money, and lie- i :i::2 [.laced him under arrest. Yesterday in coun Patrakos pleaded not guilty, and was remanded   H i   eight   flays,
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���Boy to lake charge of office, Apply in own handwriting to
S. G. oare "i  Daily*News of:..-'.
NEW AND STYLISH DESIGNS I
Much Interest centres in the Van- wanted���Assistant In the ready to
couver-Maple   Leaf   lacrosse     match wear department, must have experi-
which   wil  Ibe  played    at    Brockton ence.    Apply W. S. Collister et Co.
Point  this  afternoon.    Quite a num-   	
ber of New  Westminster j eo:.,   will ROOM AND BOARD iu private family.    Apply   corner  Queens   avenue
��� and Eleventh slreet.
go   Ovei   '      witness   the f-r:illie.
IN
Ladies' Golf Jackets
- THE WHITE HOUSE
J A. 1. BiRTCIt,   -   275 Columbia Street
.WANTED���To   rent  a  furnished   ref-
tage or flat Immediately,   Apply A.
���     (.'.,   Daily   News  Ofice.
JAPANESE BOY attending day school
wants work with good family. Remuneration $1.00 per week, with
room and board. Apply to R. bb.
P. O.  Box  545,  city.
WANTED���Experienced or inexperienced girls as sewers. Applj 247
Front street
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Our stock of GOLD Jewelry is the largest ever shown in 'Westminster. Pearl Set BROOCHES, SAFETY PINS and STICK PIN'S,
NECKLETS, CHAINS. BRACELETS, CUFF LINKS. It will pay you
before purchasing, to examine our stock of DIAMOND RINGS, both
iu SOLITAIRE and combinations of other precious s'.ones. EMERALD.   SAPPHIRE,   RUBY.  OLIVINE, &c.
We also carry Diamond Set BRACELETS, BROOCHES, EARRINGS, &c, <rtXtS&48!9HBPM*M,*a'"*
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
Agent for the Hamilton Watch.
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MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
1 am the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings Dealer. Funeral
Director :.:vX Embalmer, and 1 will sell you anythlngin my line cheap
and will give you Letter value Ihan you c:.n get in any other place
in the city.    Try me.
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretchers, the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
prices. Iron Beds, white and tint enamels. $ri6,' and up. Pre-
ET:-i_._:la'.crs and Gc-Carts of all  descriptions.
FOR SALE���A growing bakery and
confectionery business on Columbia
street. A splendid opportunity for
a man with small capital. Apply
165 Columbia street. it
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver. 2b Hastings St., W. next door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. E. J. Grieve, proprietress.
5-ROCMED HOUSE on Eighth St.,
between Third .and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
sold Immediately; a bargain at
$1500, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
<Si Co., Frout St.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively in timber. Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. !��. R. Chandler,
407  Hastings  St..  Vancouver, B.C.
For Sale or Charter
STERN-WHEEL STEAMER HAMLIN." Length 140 feet, width 30
feet, depth i feet 6 inches. Engines 15x60, built In Pittsburg, Pa.;
shaft S inches. Boiler locomotive
type, length 'rii feet, diameter 72
inches; working pressure 125 lbs.
All pipe connections complete.
Particulars, price, etc.. apply to
.���, A kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest notice. R- ason-
!��| .- prices and satisfaction guaranteed. New goods arriving daily.
>J   1 have -old the block and am still doing business in the same place
r.ml in the same old way.
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H. A. JONES
407   Cordova   St.,   Vancouver.
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W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   Ne?v* W��*tmln��tor. ec.
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Bank of Montrea!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
TAL
R'-rriSVE
.$14,400,000.00
$11,000,000.00
"*ri     ighout'canada and Newfoundland, and   In   London,   England
" It, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico ( ity,    a ���"������
,. :   lng  Business Transacted.
"-er5 of Credit issued   available witl. corn -.  '1     '���'-  '�����   l11  ;'''"s ��'  '"
We
!     SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Streel
f~\UR increasing business  has   already   necessitated  the   enlarging  of the  store   and  the
doubling of o:zr  shelf capacity, so that now we
have room for all. :    :    : :    ���    ;    ���    ;    ���
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"�� Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards CTFWARDSON     I
",,.���,.....������ .. ���>. ,,.,��� Mrt. ,-er annum (present ra e) a.,-     ^. ^) 1 __, W t\E\VOUlV     ���
teres! allowed at 3 por cent, per annum  11
four t;
P.,    '- l""cs a year.
|      Assets over $108,000,000.00.
v W  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
(;. n. BRYMNER, Manager
P Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-
up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
��!���: ��
A'-KKK, President.
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO
ALEX.
LAIRD, General  Manager.
A GENERAL BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
��� FARMERS'  BANKING.
llT'h a,torded Farmers for their banking busineBS'
ed   or taken   for collection. . ...... m.n
B)4fKlNa 1,v MAII^-Deposlts  may be made or withdrawn oby mM
town accounts  receive every attention,
NHW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-IL R. DAVinSON^Manaper.
��PEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOLK..
Civil Ensincer and
Draftsman
ELLAKU BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
ATLRNTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
IMPRESSES *l
1U.000  | EMPRUSS OK  BRITAIN 114,800
H. Po��er I EMPRESS OP IUELAND J      TONS
Particular]],   low  rates    from    the'
Old   Country.        Reservations   made
bere tor all sailings.
Empress of Dritaiu   July 26th.
For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agejjt.
I
KYLE'S Good Cheer Store
Fresh Groceries at lowest prices.
Just received a large consignment of Leckie's
boots and shoes.
New stock of Rubbers and Gum Boots.
Umbrellas, Sweaters, Overalls, Hats and Caps.
We have a fine selection of good, strong and
cheap Children's Boots.
The highest price paid for Farm Produce,
Butter, Eggs, Vegetables, etc.
yie's
Good Cheer Store
THE HOME  OF PLENTY
Telephone 276.
Front St.,   opp. C. P. N. wharf.
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���MR PAGE  FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS
SATl'.-:
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by tbe Daily News Pub-
ahing   Companv   Limited,   at   their
_ffices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, .New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
never cakes. The sparkiir.g crystals
keep dry and full-savoured to ilie
last.    Of course you use it!
144
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display    advertising,
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 line
the   inch.      Five   cents   per line
���uhsequent insertions
10
.o
for
work   their men  seven   days  a   wi -
and gre thprefore opposed to Sunday
laws.    From  the point  of  view of x
Reading notices, bold face type, 20   mi;y,. selfish regard for ourselves, we
cents  jeer  line, brevier  or  nonpareil
10 cents per line.
For lime contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day  Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
KBJBBaffl&Rl���������
SATURDAY. AUGUST 24.  1907.
at the mills, iri. ���--- the cheques are
countersigned :��� this party, payment
will not be made. The Fraser River
Mills compan i ��� - een obliged to
adopt this means if protecting itself.
'as many of tli'- Hindus bear names
which to a white man are either
similar or else utterly unintelligible.
I'elay Ram. being a wise man. will I ���
able  to  give  unto  each his  due.
should insist upon the fair observance
of the legislation providing for a
weekly rest, for we are all more or
lees dependent in these days upon the
accuracy anel faithfulness with which
certain duties are discharged. If the
man at  the throttle, the man at the
switch, the man at the key, is jaded.
-
sleepy,  careless, it  may  mean  death
to an.v one of us: it has meant death
to hundreds.    There are men in Canada in jus- such positions-thousands . claims that he Positively remembere
of  bhem-to  whom   the   Sunday   law   that he *a��� Patrakos ten $100 bids,
which went  into  force  in  the greater   and thirt>' *5 Piece- tWnklnS h" waa
,art of the Dominion  a   tew  months  ��ivin^ him tlftlea ta8tead of hundred
brought  the flrsl   res-  day the
Got To Much Money.
Fort Wiliam, out.. Aug. 23���The
teller of the B ink of Montreal here
paid out $300 to much one day last
week, anel as a result S. Patrakos, a
Greek, is under arrest charged with
having obtained the money. Patrakos presenteda cheque for $650 slgne?
by M. J. .Melville, a local druggist.
On the discovery that the cash was
$500  short   Uie   teller,  W.   J,   Rapjsey,
A  GRAND   IDEA.
Thack< i y complained that hi
brll-
i
ago,
had had for years,
lyef our  moral  forces  by all means
liant Ideas hael a trick of arriving too he bent to the task of bringing about
late, and u similar misfortune has :, millennial condition of society; but
overtaken   another    greal     man   the  ju the meantime let law and govern-
Patrakos denied that he had extra
money, and the bank placei! him under arrest. Yesierday in court Pat-
rakos pleadeel not ��?ullty, and was remanded   for   eight   days.
dilli'jentlv.
ediieir i :' the Columbian, in wit. Here
is ilu- stroke of genius; we quote from
lh'' Is   :-��� e,i' yesterday:
"If the fishery commission were required to reporl mi the cumber of
salmon anticipated from (lie hatchery
operations eef a series of years, and
ilu' number thai came to tbe Fraser
river al the time appointed for their
return, fhe contrasl between forecast
and result mighl prove startling."
Too late, alas; Tiie fishing season
is over and the commission is understood to be jusi ahout to close its
work. \- far as the firsl part of rile
suggestio i Is concerned, one can lake
lhi' official reports for whal they are
worth; i- is the' second part which sfK'iet\
shows the inspiration of genius. If
it ie :'l ll "-'ii made in time! Details ate net given, it ri true���genius
cannol be expected to condescend to
details int. as Fraser river salmon
are bi :; -'.vd t-'i come ir, through Juan
de Fuca strait, tho method which
should have been employed ri obvious. The .-i.\ commissioners, working two and two, so as t<> cover the
time I';. ��� Ight-hour shifts, should have
i'e'rolled 'iee- entrance t" the strait, in
subm irines or diving dresses, i-
mighl have been found best, an I
ei tiom eve ockeye ,.- to its
bii th] \    n m the 11 r-
rteon   . er Birki nhe ��� I   h itche li
are du      -        iei     v ml I   have   i -
ben   :-' . Bon  Accord, i;-j;.
il" Cn ��� . Seton lake, and the spawn-
in- -��� mds, o thn the work would
have    een ea
'I'""  I it<     \! .  '     Still   we  -lnl!  lee
I     i      -  -    after  knowli ir,-
-   the      i        method   of patient in-
,    til .'     -:  ;':"'   '"  think    thai
������   .-. '      we  might
l... fl - - - mlali"ie ���:���' '-���--
, - -    . ,     e ind    utabb    , .:-
,i, re-.- , be     oi    -    i     themselves, if
:.        ish of ii iad  il-
ment  attend  to  Us  first   duty of pne-
The
lev. vv. ll. I! trraclough, if ii ���
tecting citizens in the enjoyment of Queen's Avenue Methodisi church, is
their rights; the right to have a J Planning special services for Sunday.
weekly resl day being one which it Sept. 1. when lie will welcome the re-
is  particularly the duty of the stat-   turn of the members of the congre
gation who have been away on thier
holidays. He will also announce hia
plans for the fall and winter campaign.
io protect, since Infringment of it
renders the mem who are deprived of
their rest less efficient, and therefore
not only less valuable, but in some
cases n positive' menace to society.
in other parts of the Dominion this
fact   Is   recognized   anil   acte<!   upon,
but  in   British  Columbia  tiie  men  in
whose hands  the  power lies seem to
be like  Mr.   Powell, conteni   to wait
until by their "moral force" they shall
have   brought   about   a   condition   of
which   will   render  restrictive
legislation   unnecessary.      One   feels,
however,   that   admirable   as   such   a      Tenders   w
policy may be, it would be more gen- | undersigned  up to 5 p.
erally satisfactory if they were work-    DAY.   September   2,   190'
ine at  it. so to speak, a  little more   of Oats.   Hay,   Bran  and
Much interest centres in th" Vancouver-Maple Leaf lacrosse match
which wil Ibe played at Brockton
Point this afternoon. Quite a number of New Westminster people will
go over to  witness the game.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
1 ?s to remin I liis ���>} i pal >ns
k well a- pr ispecti--- cu ;l liners that new style of eye-
.. ��� es an - nstantl
.: : . i ; ' his large stock of
optical  e:ee,. i-      He   w Ish ���-    ill
'  > call to leek, tei  hily 'i-  t-    . . --.
Samei old   address:
334 iiaslings St.      VANCOUVER
WE THINK THEY
A GOOD BUY
AR]
Optical Department
19,Sxl32 ft., with 66 ft. streets on two sides,
and a 100 ft. street on one end, for ����1 200
on terms.
These lots are nearlyall cleared, and are only
50 feet from the survey of the new Vancouver
car line, and only one block from the 12th St. car.
They face south and have a line view.
Tenders Wanted
livered   to  or ler i.-.
Corporation,  '���>:���   ..." year.
The lowest ������   ��� -.-   tendei
A  large  pro,-": I   -.     :'  th
these   lays   wear GLASSES-
  larg -:��� proportion nee ' thi tn,   We  ire
received   by   the:'- --v to --iit ri.i -���- sighl
in., of MON-  no  matter bow  young      r   b,..-.   rii.
r.  for supply   You   r:'-'b  !nv*'  ���'"���-'   |,,:' ng   -' -'"   or
Straw, de-
the  city  for  the
When the East  India laborers line
uie at  tie- hanks this evening be- tli"   essarily acci ; I  d
purpose of having their cheques cashed,   the  paying  ;��� Her    will    closely
scrutinize each  blue slip for tbe sig-   City   Mall.   New   V.
natun
HO!    Ile-c-
', A.  DUNCAN,
City  Clerk
stminster,
Y ��� I    may   h ive   just    fail
you may have' mixe I  sight,    lb -
; ie    ime to us, we have   thi   e;, .   n-
ind glasses to suit an)    '-i.-     . I
even  ody.    A-    to prices, well
have   them   from   50  certs   up.    NO
FIT N'O  PAY.
Hale & Land
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Phone  335 p. o. Box 26
D.S.CLRTIS8C0.,Drugs,Spett(it!es,S(eds
New Westminster
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iTwo Teasers
EN'S
HOES
iBitilnei
dal              some    two
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ner!     '.fas!     i             f it!
IN
SOCIETY'S    INTEREST.
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Sui    ���                     e habit
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-      ac       rin   men
:
th"    law    there, how evi r   do
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ien o   Ottawa \,r. '���     .-' i
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i   would appea    fron   -
20   Cases
OF
NEW
American Shoes
opened up yesterday.
They are beauties, too,
consisting of Blucher
and straight cut, in
Patent Colt, Patent
Kid Vici and G u n
Metal. These goods
were specially made
fur us bv the
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uidid tO-acre   doc
fronting mi  tbe  North  Arm.
fronting     on     Burn .
    $100   per   acre.-.
Teims
close  t '   ii;
$325  per  acre.    Terms.
THKSE   ARE   MONEY   MAKERS.
P. PEEBLES
Real
Estate
I 270 Columbia Sl.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B
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Phone 30- ,|
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i i      Iheir actl in,       AH
Mr. P ii        i pe      eu   .
I    ied        '     ' en t. Die., ,i
iin- ! nti       el   "   ���:timol i mor
ality,        Christianity: or nl   i"te
;������:���   \������-,!, ��� . ii
iif  the  i      .     ��� Sun l;i       en i
I ill aw I eased .<mi i he sup-
positli        int   n i       e quili
i ��� ..    hi     eeond da    n    Iho
ei;-   m the     hire        it quite v     I     on
I Iw- I'.: I, 'I Ik ro\ '��� 'll ! e; il ie- lu\ lng
l-i -I    'ri     - dri!     ui I   olljei '    Of
lln- law, proceeds lo demon itrati   ihal
II nil  wrong,    Whethi      n   speaks
�� Ith   !,:;<..  !'��� t.-,-  of  tin    law   we  el ,   ,, e.
know, nol having seen |he "ie ictnn in.
but he ri'. of course, quite righl in
non li tuning any al tempi to make
people religious ���-. acl of pai llament,
or by municipal b,\ law '; but wh it
does he desire lo substitute?
"Tin- , im of law tm I nt religion,"
he saj.-', "should be to enlarge ih ���
opp irl nlti i of untie.mil rest. Spi n I
all inn- moral force in permissiveness
tm ! hel]." Thai is the Kind ot talk
\\ iii' h discredits the "moral fierce"
i eo l.i with practical men. Of course
ii" Sundaj observance law should go
beyond Ihe proper duly of the gov-
e mlng iwer to proteel people' in
ib'ir righl io u day of nesi; but up
lo ihai point, Sunday bbservance
laws Bhould have the hearty support
of nl! liberal-minded people. Mr.
PoweJl .mil others like bim who tell
ei- to .vaii for the millennium, are,
whethi t thej Know it or not, the besl
friend       i hi    raployer3 who wain to
BEST    (MAKERS    KIN    THE    UNITED   STATES
We would like to
show you our $3.00,
$3.50, $1.00 and $1.50
Shoes. We consider
these the best shoos
made for the money.
A special line in Patent Colt at $5.00 is
very "nifty."
Give us a call and
we will be glad to
show you the new
stvles.
!
the Altar
This close-in Home is practically SACRIFICED.
Thn owner wishes to build to suit himself, and
before he does so he will let his present modern
reKidet.ce go at
c!��2
OO
For the young lady
wanting a common-
sense shoe, we have
two or three lines,
made to our order,
with low heels and
broad toes. Prices���
$2.50 and $3.00 a pair.
New goods coming-
in every day from
the best makers in
Canada and the United States.
BOURNE y GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
CfFICE: FRONT STREEI, FOOT OF SIXTH, HEW MSB
P. O. Box   34.
'Plicrr
105.
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SHOES! Ii "UED  RUE
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
HOUSE, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Latest Hair Tonic
Price    -    -     $1.00
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Cash Store
���ri'riri ""���'.
|an Tartans
iecks and
tncy Plaids
,  |atest trade magazines cannot em]
nirly the increasing popularity of these - ���-
.materials.
.'
size fin       -    sal  - i   ���'
:.  :..:   .     A   ��� ������'  ��   H    ���    ni st Guichon   b   ���     ���--     - '���     VI - -    Sal*
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streel
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'-'���'- ' "'   onlal hotel
compar..-.
Miss Margaret Insley, ���: Vancouver, was in the city yesterday, the
guest ot Mrs. J. E. Insley, of tbe CoJ-
���-..:         \.   tour
'������   room   modern  house,   close in;
convenient   to  Centra!   public   school,
imme liati     uossessi in     iri-.a;.)    $1
terms    a     itt a: Hyde  next Guti h n
:.   Si
hail
-     in
:.  tei
Mrs. F Wilson and sons Harold
and Frank, ot Dawson, are guests of
Mts H Thompson, Columbia Btreet
Thej expi t to return north about the
first oi October.
SPECIALS
FOR
Friday-Saturday
ONLY
,,..    *    .'. ;n.
include- the
le, Dundas, li
:    . King E Iw
..65
75c, 90c and  ri . .   ,a-d   ��
ANKET
fOCK
IMPLETE!
store's  r i
; Ij  and trash;   ��� '.-
entire stock   :
-1 ne I  and i   i
In the Be I   S
ed in   .
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M ���:.���    i    I tan on mori gage on ap-
pi   ������      ���    irlty.   White a: S;:ri, s, Co-
- ��� ��� ��� ial   li ���  ' ' ��� '���    '���':���
A  la -   numbei    -   spring  salmon
wen     ii ..::��� .   ...   the  fishermen  on
ls   Th irsda;    night   and   the    canneries
~   wen isj yesterdaj taking   .et
���'   ri the -��� -e...    Soi keyes were entire
absei' '    :r. the catch, and fishermen
are n iw using sevi n inch nets exclus-
?ood towels,,for 40   ive!>'
For .:: kin ri of cul flowers and potted plants, sev Tidy, tbe florist
���   ��� :" H, Whitakei has posted an applica-
'" '   - tlon In thi   water commissioner's of-
' floe  '       .   record  eif  fifty  inches  of
" water from Schelt -. reek which enip-
'   '   ' ""'  "'" ties ite' - Schell  baj   a shorl distance
'     "; up Uu     - st    The applicant requires
the water for agricultural purposes.
CHAIRS
Damaged from the last fire. To
be cleared out at far below cost.
Values from $1.00 to $5.00 each.
Special price 25c to 50c each
v -.-,-   b -     ���-
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six vi
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Xanklns
ige ol   1
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STORE   CLOSES   AT
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.     ;.'      .... ���    ..    -   -
having resided
Second streel
\  -        ���      actor,  an I  built ihe:
-��� ofl h 11, and se>
ngs. \
Columbian College
will   re-o;>en  9   a.   in..
TUESDAY,  Sept. 17
i; mnasium an !   Y.   M. C. A,
II ling  w:b. bi   iea I.   for use
Ocl 'ber  1st,
Fe     Call tt lar, etc., ad Iress:
COLUMBIAN      COLLEGE.
ri.'   ind    - -   .    tarn   in   S     e
-.        n-       Westminst.
I	
���   -   White   ~
The New Westminster
-.       V -   '      . -    -
ii.eir Dn -- ng   Pa ���  ���   tui-   the   onl;
Vi ,raton   Massage Machine foi   I.   I-
181    -. ,eu thl  ,,-..   There is nothU]     -
���  for building up :   - V muscles
-     '   ' ol  the face and neck,    >   Is als    ex-
��� . " ;       ellent for a    nervous complaints,
Decembe.  within tne   B VIanicuring   ��or  ladles  and   Sei'e
��� .,.     Als    scalp  treatmeul   tor   -< .
disease and  falling  hair.
Nottingham LaceCurtains
30 pairs only.   Regular $1.35 for
$1.00
in floral design, etc.    Woven edge.
16 pair Cable Net, convential design; regular $1.75, for
$1.35
md.   I ��� '
T. H. SMITH
267 and 271 Columbia Street, New Westminster.
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JUST   RECEIVED	
A Large Shipment of
Irockery^Glassware *
i" ir. cut I -.  ' 't-i lets   11"  f .:.-
.   I ���1 ���    mi   T,   Davies   &
Son,  B 20S.
1 - ��� ' this city, wh
... Van      -     . ���.   .
t team in 1
nent v lyed In Van
Hive :   -; 5 been n akin i
........     , scores,      I I
stated that his w
-
madi ri       . .        am.
Iflcati        1   roll:
; the sl e-i' ats
icceeded in ��� nl exam n il: in;
will   ������     esei hem ite Mi-- i-:
Rogers room I '��� -.'
Moi . at 2.30    o'c  icl;
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OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia
Street. Entrance on Sixth Street
GENTLEMEN!
i
V. hat is nicer than -n
well-cut Su't, made oi
the finest materials?
1 have the finest selection "I"   t'i.UTHS   le
choose from in Van
^^^^^^^^    I'llUVlT.
THE VERY LATES1 STYLES
DAN SMART & CO., Tailors
US Hasting St. W.
Hearth Rugs
Oddments to * clear in Tapestry
Hearth Rugs.
No. 1���48 x 22,   various colors.
Regular 85c; special    -   -   50c
No. 2���60x27; regular $1.95, for
$1.25
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Oppotit* Daih
Province offi
Extra !     Special I] ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
30   DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE. OUR PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
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T!:    lettei
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted ^1500    Up
^^^^^^   At   the     ^^^^^^
rraser River Tannery
I'.-st e>f Trimming.     Best of
Workmanship.    Cul to  Pit.
M. LANGTRY, Up-to-date Tailor
J.I 7  Front St.
'I'd  accommodate   all   the   gn
who wlll \isii the cltj d n Ini  < n
llon lime- it ri desire d thai all householders  prepared  lo otter accommodation .it  reason ible rati - will '
their   addresses  with   Edward   H
billeting agenl at tl ��� >     >
.tll Inform itii e obtained
\l.i:\   QARRl
Chairman i f thi   Billeting commi
ADAMS fr DEANS     '���   TV,:.   > ���
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Highest Cash Price Paid 	
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vou w ii*. ''
��� il is limited, we    ���"���   ���
turns.   On the ne��  oar line we
:";" tic   - which are bound to double In w i
lollai    Invested now will ma!    you o
""'  Tori��� , one-quarter cash, and   talance  -
maps and plans al our ofl
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
'%o p        ,       . c      ��� ,; t, �� New Westminster
"e farm Land Specialists,
irl;i M the eastern cities,   Miss Gam- j
��� - -i-  ired a   na miflcli nl a - irl
��� i   Iat 'st Eashlona in fa I
illk, n iveltles,  el -..  v. hich
will be dls -I ;-   the    n w    an ' j
_.:�������� ill;   '���- arg< !  .i . a'rtmi nl recentlj i
Utted up ���' - the firm.
\v    selling   ' wo  dozen   bottl  -
lei   m and  \anilla extracl   for rii i
tie al  the Goo l  Cl
Store, 2c Jtn it.
..  :-.    tn id late lacr sa i
te en.       v   '. ��� lefl that city yes-
��� -.   on  ihe Channer  f ir
VI toria   where they will play todaj
-   ���       a' i'ii! iity Intermediates.
are oatdlug li -r ���
��� ��� retary of the cSuh '��"-
e Ity yestetday mnluirj; ti: -
r a match letween th it
.'  team of iei: bul lule rrr.e-
What's the use of a savin* your dough
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. IVIcLEOD, General Insurance Broker
Phone 62       :-:       Armstrong Block, New Westminster. B. r���        ...       p. 0. Box 394    |
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CHURCH
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Changes in this column cannot be
guaranteed unless notice of same is
received at this offlce before 8 p. m.
on Frielay.-. Ministers and others lu-1
terested will greatly; oblige by e'the
ti -..honing or, 'ending in copy t.,
in the day.
Good Investments
in
Choice Acreage
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Holy Trinity cathedral, Hev.A. Shil-
eir.'.i:, rector. Holy Communion, 8 a.m;
Matins, sermon aad holy communion;
11 a.m., evensong and sermon, at 7
p. m.; S. S., 2:30 p. m. Cathecism last
Sunday In month in church. Evensong
and sermon by rector, 7 p. in.; daily
service at 9:30 a.m. and i> ji.m. except.,
on Friday, when Evensong is said at
7: SO. Holy Communion every Thursday and saint's day at S a.m.. Choii
i ti tice on Friday after Evensong,
Sr. Barnabas���Rev. C. \V. Houghton
ri toi���Morning prayer and holy communion IJ a. ni.; evening prayer, 7
ji. in.; Bible class, 2 p. in.; Sunday
school, 3 p. tn.\ baptisms after Sunday
school.
St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church���Rev. A. de B, Owen, rector.
Divine worship Sunday, n a.m. and
7 p.m.; Sunday school. 2:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7:30
p. m.   All are welcome.
Olive:   Baptist  church���Rev.  M,  L.
Rugg,  n.D���    pastor.    Preaching    on
Sunday at 11 a.m., and at 7 p.m.; Sunday school  and  bible classes  at 2:30
I1      m.;      Young     Peoples     meeting
Monday evening at S p.m.;   Midweek
ing   at   8   p,   m.;    morning    subject:
"Spiritual Farming:"    evening,    "The
Bible b Literature."
Queen's Avenue Methodist���Rev. IV.
'; H. Barraclough, B.A., pastor. Services
Iat 11 a.m. aid 7 p-m-;  Sunday school
and    Bible    Class    at    2:30    p.    rn.
ing are  a  number of   the     The pastor will close the two series
oi sermons on the disciples and the
miracles   which   he  has   been   follow-
: ing the pasl  two  months.    Morning
topic "The Loving Disciple;" evening
Minuet  and  Gavotte from  "Paliacei,"   topic,   "The     Healini
Ediseen  Conceit Band   Ear."
He Never.Even Said Good Bye, Wesl   End  Metho'   '.--Rev. F..V Ma-
Ada Jones I See, pastor.    Services, ll a.m. and 7
p.m.; Sunday schoo] 2:30 p.m.
My Dear       -      Regina'd Wcrrenrath
Handsome Homes
Our List is the largest, most complete and up-to-date in this city.
MR. J. H.
TODD
has just received a shipment
of the latest Edison Ree
ords, of which the follow
ing are a nu
most select:
nf    Malchus
Sapperton    Methodist.   ���   Rev.    L.
Edison Venetian Trio   Thomas, pastor.    Sunday services, ]1
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30
Sonoma,
I'm Tying the  Leaves so They  Won't
Come   down,
Byron G.- Hs
p.m.; Epworth League, Monday, s p.m.
evening service.
Work, Fo-- the Night is Coming, St.  Andrew's  Presbyterian���Rev.  ,1.
Edison Mixed Quartette S. Henderson, pastor. Sunday ser-
vie-i'f; 11a.m. and 7 p.m.;Sunday school
and Bible Classes, 2:30 p. m.
Ri ���
1 Lol 66x132 It.. S. Vi of 8, lane te;
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; ball cash, I al. 6 nionths.
���4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24. 25 and
30, close to new nam line extension,
$1200, half cash, half six months.
Block corner cf Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street  88x132 only $800
splendid investment.
Lot   20,   blocs     B   facing     Engl
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $650.
100 acres less right of way about v
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped.
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x:>
and lean too 10x22; learn 30x32 an !
lean too 32x1-1; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20.\30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot cn Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue easl
side, new  house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
271-2 acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just cornencing to bear;
new house, \% storey, 5 rooms; hea
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 6
and 12 months.
This property is only K mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
160 acres, less 3% for new railway,
Township 4. Sec. IJ: all bottom laml.
under grass, suitable for dairy farm:
10 acres under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; a room house; barn 40x75,
sufflch !.' feed for about 300 head of
stock, Price $8000; term? one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser. One mile
from station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between .Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
160 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
an! partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block !��, Lot No. 2, Dist.
' Lot 8;  south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half  casb.
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.
4th  er-. nue,
Full sized Lol on 4th St. al thi end      G   VCR]
nf Regina  St.,  between  Bth  and 6th   Li -
avenues, wesl side of -Ith St.    Price   and   it:  ���
$400;   ball ' ash. roomi I   I
kitchen an
ed     onsei
heati - ���
2 HOUSES   on 1 lot, Keary Street,   .-,        ,   ,
Sapperton; fe rooms and kitchen, woi I
shed  and  4  rooms, kitchen  and  wood
riied.   $1000 each, one-third cash, balance easy.
i  Lots    B8xl32 each,
18th Stn ��� t.    $1200 cash.
am soil
"    Mee.1
"'.   southi
iarlor, di_f
77.r.S ACHES, black loam lanl. all
ploughed and cleared and dyke J; X.
E. ri Sect. 5. $75 per acre, one-third
cash, one-third 3 nionths, one-third 6
months.
ID
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i    stal
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"tit;
.'. acre      ear*
nralnlng acn \
from -
bal, ia G
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need;)
$3000;
1  '-' ���'  '  '���'��� - - " - avenu.|
$800  cash.
3 LOTS,       C & :   e
6 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, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
7 LOTS. 120x62, facing 8th Avenue, cleared, uppei     :��� of 5th Afl
4  lots cleared, small  house, chicken tween 1st and       Streets
house. 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive each,
price $1500, $1000 cash. .,  IX/JS   .,
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue. 6th Avenue on si ith side
north side between First and Second *" & 38, full ���        Price (If
streets,   No.  5,   6  and   7.     Price   $400 four, or $300 each; ba
each or $1100 for Uie three. u���ni],.    tenement 1      I
Full sized lot, north side of Ham- 1st and 2nd Si    : lol   Prii
_,, ..          ,.. , cash half and half In 6 montl
llton street between Sixth and Eighth ReDts for $:.  ,    , l6ml*
streets;  $225.
40 acres ri.   ���      u 11, N.
28  acres  on    Mara  road, Burnaby. of Tn. 2, aboul    miles from]
$160 an acre    FOR   A   FEW    DAYS Haworth  road, Surrey;   hoi
ONLV.   One-quarter cash,   balance   1 V; Bto/ej ''              :,1S' -
other 3 can  bi    ddi       stal
and 2 years at i  %. .e,,,,���.   ,,,,   a ...   c]eared aj
2 If.
Bth and
with clover, red; fairly easill
lots on 8th  St.  between    a.n auu 0nP   nii���.   f.(1.,   Bhlng|e m!,j
Cth Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x $1,200;.   tern-   ball cash,
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for months at 7 '
both, half cash, balance easy
Flanagan and  His Money,      S. Portei
Joyce's 7'<st Regiment B��nd,
Edison .Military Band
Desrest
Sweetest,   Bes.t,
Anihonv
T.   Scott,    of    M mitoba,   will
:.:���;. ch morning an ! i vening,
West   Presbyterian���nev.  T. Ward-
law   Taylor.   M.A.,   Ph.D.,   minister.
Ev' ry Little Bit Added to What Yc've   Service*   1!  a.m. and 7 p.  in.:  Sunday
Get Makes Just a Little Bit More,      - hool 10 a. m.; prayer meeting U'ed-
Collins (v.  Harlan ' ���'���" -: lay at S p. m.
Knox  church, Sapperton���Rev.    D.
McKenzie, B.A., pastor.   Services, 11
-��� m, an I 7 p m.;  Sunday school and
Heather Bells,       -       iiberl Benzler   Bibb    class,   2:30   p.m.;   meeting of
'������    P.  S   ;'  E. i:.,n.i diateiy  after the
n ning service.
Salvation Army���Services as usual
Street P.ano Medley,   AugustMolinari   in  the Army hall.
Harrigan, .    Edward  Meeker     ''",   v''"'- Cathedral (Roman Cath-
'      Sun li y Mass at 8 and 10 a.m.;
Edison Concerl Band  Catechism al 2.35 jun.;   Evening Devotions, 7 j,.in.
Anririan  church���-Services    at    Bt
Mary's Sapperton: evening prayer and
Ke Goes to Church on Sunday,
Billy Murraj
She Was a Grand Old Lady,
Hai v_.. Hindi rmyi r
Ed-ward  l^eeker
Miss Dixie,
So Long. So Long.   -   Arthur Collins
In the Gord Old Steamboat Days,
1 1-2 acres, more or
Jess, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Murry K. Hill
My Word.'  What a Let of It.        Denny
The   Merry   Lark,
-��� " - 'i   everj   Sunday  al   7  o'clock;
���    Sun lay  In  the month, morning
��� ������ with ,-i ' ��� lebration of the Holy
:'   .     tali n  al   ii    o'clock;    Sundav
on  Symphony Orchestra  school a-t  2:30  p.  rn.
Red Wing.      F. n. Potter an.l Choi !: :       ��� Mornin
Eurylntj   tht   Hatchet.
���'   with si rmon every Sunday at
' I    < 'clod .     Ri -.-   li, Dunloi    l:    _
J 's and  ���'���<'�� si" ncei   ;,  ..- in ,..:,;...
allors' Chorus. Burnab    and  South  Side Mission���
Edl on Male Quartern    l;' '���   W. '-'   Jones, pastor, Service In
the Easl Burn .. ...  al 3:15
' ,,:     Everj   service  al   7:30 in   the
Burnab) scho ilhouse.
i;'''pel   Hi ll,  corner   Sixth  avenue
anei Ninth  streel - Breaking of bread
" :     Sunday  ;,1 11    a.m.;    Sunday
school and Bible class, :: p.m.; gospe!
address, 7 p m.; prayer meeting, Wed-
I nesday, 8 p.m.
Gospel Hall, Tenth street. Services
'' a-ra' and " P.m.; Sunday school al
2:30  p.m.
Lutheran church. Rev, b. A. Sand,
o'clock in the church, and al 8 p.m in
the l. o. 0. lb hall.
The
School Days Medley,
Edison Mili'. r   B   id
hTODD
Subdivision of lot 4(1, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in  the city for sale exclusively
by us.    This Magnificent  property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue,    Firs;    street    (facing    Queen's i
pari:-   and   Emory  street,  comprising
in  all ten  33xJ.20   foot lots  facing oni
First street at $700 (excepting the cor- j
ner lot  facing Fourth    avenue    anl
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, al $600,
per   lot;   four lots,   52   1-2x85,   $-150;
five : its, $400.   Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans,
N'o. 306. 9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner ol 6th and Agnes St,
Price $4,000; terms '.. cash, balance
3 arn! 6 months al 7
House, full Blzed lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $m per
month.   Only $1,050.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
House and cottage on Columbia st ,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
120 acres, E 1-4, section 25, township !', Maple Ridge, 1 barn 70x78 ������
1 barn 38x70 ft., 6-room house, all
nearly new; 7u acres clean.I. 50 fccres
under cultivation; balance as pasl ire,
easily cleared. 2 acres of orchard:
good rich bottom land; 2 good wells
ami creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
balance easy.
House 30x42, 4th St., between 4th
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 doubh
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining mom, kitchen ami pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St.* Price $3,800;
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per yeai
at 7 per cent.
2% storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with
fruit tries and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 0 anil 12
months at 7 per cent.
1 lot No. 24 on inth. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and !'5, 96 faces!
on "Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch, j
4 lots cleared without a stump; small :
house,  chicken    house,    17r.    choice
chickens; horse anil  rig;  $1500 cash.]
i  1-2  house, 6  rooms    and    flush'
cle..-' ; on Ith avenue, one lot from 2nd
Stn   '    n south side';  fruit trees. Price
$1900;   1-2 cash, terms for balance at!
7 per ci ;;t.    Size of I"'  55x165.
$350 eas h, balance on ea \ tei ms.
l.e ts 16, 17 ami 20 of 11 of 3, Prl te
SS00 : i th ��� ��� or $175 eai h; 1-2 c b
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
I' ill sized l"! on Royal avenue, be
tween Fourth anel Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash'
Acreage on Vancouver road, comer
of Hei!"    ri ad,   $225 per acre.   Acreage Is Belling fast al 'his price,
No. 308.-  8-roomed House,  with  bath
room,  etc.;   Agnes St.     $2,500;   %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,
Block, corner of Auckland & lltl) St. and Koyal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between  7:!i and  8th avenues.
1 full size lot, blocl; 0, lot 14,
St, Patrick's Square: Price
$450,
1 lot, 55%Xl66, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
2 houses comer or Merrlval and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
ifit 11; one house rents foi $2.",, the
other $10; flush close-;.-; and all connected ��"h sewers, Prin Si.500.
Cash $2,000, balance In 6, 12 an I iv
months at 7 'b.
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of ti of -I
��� (cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
. cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street e.r Jl of
. 3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, bal-
' ance, fi months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each   lot.    Fuller  particulars on
encjuiry.
HOUSE and LOT
��� lenl ��� illy lo ated In a co*mmman ling
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth stn et, Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modei ��� conveniences; hot and
cold water, hath, Hush closet, lavatory, eli ctric llghl; nice lawn; lol
C6X132, With lane in rear; pail of lol
sel OUI with fruit Irees. Pile' $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged,
Full sized le ��� N'o. 12 cn R|
and Sth  Sl    Pri ��� $.1050,
balance at 7 ',  per annum.
Westerly 4. 11 of I ri I
132x132 coi ii' r 100 feet srjtia
houses drawing J:y .- -. nt)
$5,000, half casb, :.
months.
160 S.E, ri 1 ' Si ' t, 211
10 acres,partly ean I; Kan
running thro 1 |
north   of   W< ���   '��� :���'' I
mill and P.O. at the wesl
ber worth 57 pel 'J
4 miles    from   Port   Haney*
$2,100: te   n -  ���: '    \
rarig-ri
One acre in blockf
tween  18th and 16i|
on Sth Ave.   Trice
1-3 eash, bal. easy.
$1.80(
Large lot and two    ttagesi
luml la   treet, Sai     ' '���   l   1
at $10 each.
Oue an I one-) ���������l|
ful]   size  lot,   - '       I norti
Royal avi i. ie ai     orner ol b-i
sireet;   9 rooi:;- |
cold  water, clo et;   '������-
bearlg  fruit trei I
sides;   fine  view.    1
cash.
Lot facing 2nd SI . b<
and 3rd Ave. second lot from i
Ave.;    52x122 feet; :bb    ���
alongside  and   back.     Prii
half cash, balan ��� ea    af 7 It
One lot No. 12 on Royal Av
third lot from Eighth street. $|
for sale exclusively.
I"ii acres ini;
and she.els ,-(,:,.; i te. nem Clov��1
all under cultivation, $':
can handle thl
bargain; term '
Part, or lol   H ' '
about   70   Be  ��� *���
Half cash.   Jump.
2 lots, 20, 21; No. 20, $'70: ��� 1
(corner)  $175.    Durl |
streets. .
four propart|
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cleared;  barn 50 x 30;  stables, etc.;    WFor  tbe above
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.��    tfAGt: SEVEN
RETU
TIMBER  NOTICES.
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icoaver on Sunday
'ner of Timber License 11,509, thence ner of Timber Lie mse 11,509, thence
south   40   chains,    thence    east   160 aorth   80   chain*,    thence    wesl     SO
TAKE    NOTICE    that   Henrj   M.  chains, thence north 10 chains, thence chains, thence south SO ohalns, I
O'Connor of  New  Westminster.   B.C.   west   160  chains    to  point   of    com- east 80     lalna        oinl of commen
occupation "imber cruiser, Intends to mencement, aud containing 640 acres ment, and containing 'ri" acres more
; apply for special timber licenses over  more or less or less,
the   following  described   lands,   situ-                                H.' M. O'CONNOR. H.  M   O'CONNOR.
ated In vicinity ot Draney and  Riv-'    August 23, 1907. August 2:;. 1907
ers   Inlets,   N'ew   Westminster   Land      14. Commencing at a post planted 27, commencing at a post  planted
District. Coast District  Range  2.          80 chains wes- ot the southwest cor- 240 chains wesl of the Bouthwesl cor-
���ominlon Lanls with-      1. Commencing at a post planted at j ner     of     Timber   License     u.509, aer of Timber License 11,509, thence
Hway Be..:-., British Colum-  the southwest corner-of Timber Ll-   thence south 80 chains, tbence west I north    80   chains,    thence    easl    80
be homesteaded by any per-   cense   11,508,  thence west  40 chains,  SO  chaius,    tbence  uorth  80  cbains, chains, thence south 80 chains .thence
the sole head ot a family,   thence  north  So chains, thence east'thence east    80 chaius    to point of wesl 80 chains to point of commence-
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ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
ANO HETTiiN
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tloi      Return Li        N'inei    i11  -
1 N'ew  v. ��� stmin   ���        p60 Seat; I
I - apply to Dulutl ortton ttely 1 >'������' rati a I om
[' nd (iregon        il -    Ral    to    Chica   1:    -ri^ T1.3 1
1 - stminster,   $61 n 1 I Spokane, $71.50 1
...   :-.-..-. ' i]na]      Kausis  City, SI   Lon
eastern   0
iR A COMFOK ["ABLE TRIP T \KK THE
"ORIENTAL 1.1M1TKIV
-  ever 18 yeara ot   age, to
'   ef   one-quarter    section of
���'��� ��� ere or less.
' 1st he made personally at
'���1; ' ind office for the district in
wh      'he land is Bltuate.
Th- homesteader is required to per-
torm ' ie   tonditions connected there-
wtl -.- one of the following plans;
' least six months' residence
md   cultivation of   the land in
ir for three years.
If the fei'her ior mother, if the
is deceased 1, of the homestead-
- i- a upon a farm ia the vicinity
I in ! entere 1 tor,   the   require-
' 1 residence may 'ue satisfied
pei - -a   residing   with  the
01 mother.
II the settler has his perman-
en ��� . ion farming land own-
.1 in the vicinity of his home-
1 i.   the   requirements   as  to resi-
may he satrihe i    by residence
tb ��� said lan b
six months' notice In writing should
given to the   Commissioner of Do-
minion  Lands at Ottawa of intention
for ] rent.
���   lands in iy I e pun hased at $10
per acre for Boft coal and $20 for an-
thracite.     Not more than   320 acres
can he acquired by one individual or
���    iny.   Royalty at the rate of ten
'������ of 2,000 pounds shall be
lb tte 1 on the gross output.
\V. \Y. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
\". R.���Hnauthorized   publication of
hia   a .. v.-. Liseiiu-i.t    will not be paid
for.
120 chains,  thence south   10 ohalns, j commencement,   aud containing   640 I meat, and containing 64t) acres moi
thence west  SO chains,  thence south  acres more or less. or less.
40 chains to point of commencement, H. M. O'CONNO*.. h. M. O'CONNOR
and containing 640 acres more or less.      August :__!, 1907. August 2:',. 1907.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23,  1907.
15. Commencing at a post planted'    28. Commencing al  a posl   planted
SO chains west and  40 chains sout.i   L60 cliains north and 80 chains oast.
of the northwest corner of Timher
License 11,508, thence north 80 chains
thence east 80 chains, thence south
SO chains, thence west 80 chains te>
peiiut of commencement, anei containing 640 acres more or less.
11. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
al .1 ; ost   planted
2. Conimencing at a post planted ; ot the southwest corner of Timbei 1
4o chains west of the southwest cor-, License 11,Tito, thence south 10 chains
ner of Timber License 11,508, theuce thence east 160 chains, theuce north
easl 30 chains, thence south So chains j ^0 chains, thence west 160 chains to
thence west 80 chains, thenc*. north point of commencement, ami con-
sO chains to point of commencement, tainlng 640 acres more or less,
and   containing    640   acres   more   or H.  M. O'CONNOR,
less Augusi 2:',. 1907.
H. M. O'CONNOR. iei. Commencing al   a  posl   planted      29. Commencing
Augusi   23,  1907. [ 80 chains   west   anil   80  cliains  .south   160  chains  north   and   80  chains  , ist
:;. Commencing  at  a   post   planted  of the  southwest   corner of  Timber of the  northwest  corner of   Timber
40 chains wesi ol the southwesi cor-   License    11,509,    thence    south    sO   License 11,508, thence south 10 chains
aer ol Timber Li   ease 11,508, theuce   chains, thence east 80 chains, thence   thence easl 120 chains, thence north
south   80  chains,    thence    west    80   uorth  80   chains,    thence    west    80   SO  chains,    thence    ��es:   10  chains
������hains to point of commencement, thence south 10 chains, thence west
and containing 640 acres more or SO chains to al of commenc ment,
less,
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi  23, 1907,
17. Commencing al   a posl  planted
4. Commencing   at   a   post  planted   80 chains  west   and   v" ehains  south
10 chains west   if the southwest cor-   of the'  southwesi   corner of   Timher
ner ofTlmber  License   11.50S,  thence I License     11,509,    thence    south    80  of  the   northwesl   corner  of  Timber
non.i     so    chains,    thence   west  80   chains, thence west SO chains, thence   License 11,508, thence south 10 chains
chai:..-. thence 30ttth vi chains, thence   north 80 chaius, thence easl 80 chains   theni is; 160 chains, thence uorth
eas! SO chains to point of commence-   to poini of commencement, and con-   40 chains, thence west 160 chains to
ment. and containing 640 acres more  tainlng 640 acres more or less. point of commencement, and contdln-
or less. H. M. O'CONNOR,     ling 640 acres more   ir less,
ll.  ri. O'CONNOR. August 23, 1907. II. M. O'CONNOR
Augusi 23, 1907.      ' ri. Commencing at  a  posl planted j    August 2:;. 1907.
5. Commencing   it  a   post   planted   160 chains west and SO ehains south]    31. Conimencing from a post plant-
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east SO chairfl to point of commencement, and containing 640 acresmore
or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
A igust  23,  1907,
and
loss.
cont lining    640   acre., ni ire or
H. M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi   23,  L907.
30. Commencing at a  post   plante I
120 chains nortl; an I  4" chain- east
160 chains north of the northwest, of the southwest corner of Timber
cornei of Timber License 11,508, License 11,509, thence north 80 chains
thence west 10 ..hains. thence southi thence west SO chains, thence south
SO chains, thence west 10 chains, 80 chains, thence easl sn chains to
thence  south   40  chains,  thence east  point  of  commenc?��� nt,   anel    con-
610
H.
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".   O'CONNOR.
n'O chains, thence north l-'1 chain.- to   tainln
 .   point of commencement, and contain-
In the  Matter   of   the "Trustees   and   lng 640 acres more or less, August 23,  1907.
Executors Act." and in the Matter H. M. O'CONNOR. 19, Commencing  al a  post   planted
cf the Estate of Augustus William       Augusi  23, 1907, L60 chains wesl  and SO chains south
Lundbom. Deceased. 6. Commencing   at   a   post   planted|of   the   southwest   corner
ed at the' southeast comer of Timber
License .11,508, thence north 120
chains, thence easl 60 chains, thence
h 94 chains more or less to eh 11 e
of West Arm of Draney's Inlet;
thence southwesterly along shore to
poinl of commi ai ement, and c m-
taining 640 acres more or less.
II.   M.  O'CONNOR.
August  23,  1907.
32. Commencing from a posl plant-
having anj        as or de-   160 chains north of    the    northwest   License 11,509, thence south 80 chaina   ed at the northeast corner ot Timber
mands against the estate ot Augustus   corner   of    Timber    License   11,508, | thence wesl  SO chaius, thence north   License 11,509, thence south 40 chains
m Lundbom late of Surrey Cen-   thence east   SO chains, thence south  SO chains,    thence east SO chains to   thence wesl   30 chains, th?m     south
Bril   h  Columbia,   leceased,   are   40  chains,    thence    west   40 chains,   point of commencement, and contain-    10   chains,   thence   east   120   chaius,
i herebj   requie I  to  file  with  thi   un-   thence south SO chains,  thence wesl   ing 640 acres more or less. SO chains more or 1 ss
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1 tni   -. il ire of th,-   jecuritb s  (if
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. 0 e 31 -'    day   of   August,
1907.
N itlce is herebj givi .. th il af er the
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ite ���:. ��� said 1 state amongsi I 11
arties entitled thereto, having regard
...,-;, - 1 the ���   lims of which they shall
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[or the pn .1 - Is of the
-r any pari  Ihere if,     0     lis
ted to iny person of whose ri iim
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thereof,
! ated this 24th il     ol July, 1907.
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407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
)urs<1 a.m. to 8 p.m.  .DR. A. R. BAKER,  Consulting Dentist.
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LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE N'OTICE that application 1ms
.,. te 1    : sistei  M irg irel i:<>;
. ;. .... the ownei itt Fe   Sinn le, under
rax gi      Di   I  fr mi The Corpora-
10 ehains. thence north 120 chains roi fr M   O'CONNOR.      to sh in  ot Wesl Ann of Draney's in-
point   of    commencement,  and   con- August 28,1907,                                       i   thence   westerly  aloug  shore to
tainlng 640 acres more or less, 20. Commencing at a post planted             ':   commencement,    and    con-
H. M. O'CONNOR. 240 chains wesl and SO chains south   tainlng (UO  icres more or less,
August 23, L907,                                 [of  the southwest   corner  of  Timber u- M- O'CONNOR,
7. Commencing     '    i   posi   planted License 11,509, thence north SO chains      August 23, 1907
1G0  chains  north of    the   northwest thence  wesl   80  chains, thence south      :;:;- Commen :.-      m a posl  plant-
corner eet'    Timber    License    11,508, s" chains,  thence east  SO chains to   ed   10 chains  easl   ot   the  northi   ���
thence north SO chains, thence wesl polnl of commencement, and contain-   corner    of    Timber   License   tl-,509,
SO  chains    thence  south   80  chains, lng 640 acres more or less                    thence south  SO chain-, theme,- easl
th. nce ,,iv.    SO chains    to point of H. M. O'CONNOR      80  chains,    thenci   north SO cnains,
mmencei    at,     -���     containing 640 August 23. 1907.                                  more or less, to shore ot West Arm
acres more or less, 2!. Commencing al   a post pi   iti I   "'   Drainey's   Inlet;   themre  wesl    Ij
H. M. O'CONNOR, -in chains wesl  and  SO chaius south   along
August 23, 1907. of  the   southwesi   corner  ol   Tlrah
S. Commencing   il   a   post   planted License 11,509, thence south SO chains  or less
160  chains  north    if   the  northw tsl thence  wesi SO chains, thence north
corner of    Timber    License    11,508, SO chains, thence cast  SO chains
.   t! - ic-  north  SO
se  chains,    tt           south   50  ouains, Ing 640 acres mon
:.:     v ��� sl chains    t.e poinl of
commi ncem nl.   and  containing   610
cn - more or le3s,
11. M. O'Cl iNN'l (R.
ment, and i onl  lull % C40 i    'es in ir i
II. M. O'CONNOR,
Augusi  23, 1907,
chains,  thence easl   point of commencement, and contaln-
)r less.
II. M. O'CONNOR
Vui ;i-'  23,  1! '-'.
22. Comn ��� '������ ������     it   e  i - -     '..' ������ I
11:. chains easl and 20 ciiains s iuth
of the south end of Goose Baj lu Rlv-
.,   ,.,.-;   planted   ers  Inlet,    thence    north  SO  chain-.
the-  northwesl   thence west  SO chains, then,,' .south
11.50S,   80  chains,  thence east   v" chains to
Augusi  23, 1907.
9. Commencln -   al
140  chains   north  of
- T iwnship  or  Districl   of      ...     of    T ni er     License
.,    ,,; .    ,;.     r bs ..  bearing   thence  north  SO chains,  thence wes    poinl of commencement, and contain-
.. ���  .   -     :,.    ,  November, A D.,   ;n chains,    theuce  south  SO chains,   lng 640 acres more or
-    .   ,-   ,-j   ,: -     ngulai   thai certain  thence easl SO to ] oinl of coni-
.:  or trr.ct o   land and premises   mencement, and i   n   Ining 640 acres
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The equipment consists ol
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For Tune   rabies, Folders, or iny
���,rthei information cai   on or write
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GFNKK ri. AGENT,
,20 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
THE MORNING PAPER
TELLS THE NEWS
FIRS!
late, lying and   eing In the Districl
Se w Westralnsti r, In the Province
,- ,- -- more i artlcularlj
���   .... .; sc Ihed as lol 7. subdlv-
Isi l0 ot North ���       [iiarter of Section
;������   T"v a ���    p 2
^   . . ���., i are required
���  .   the '��� the tax pur-
..  ,, five  days    from
la,     ,-��� the flrsl   ; ubllcatlon  ol
.    . .,,    . therwlse I shall
gister  Margan I   Robs m,  as owner
...    in [ee,    And l hereby direel
-   ition  for  thirty  elays in   D
.   -,x.. -,.,;��� published    at    New
,. , 5tmlnster of -ri- notice will    he 290 chi
. .  |  ,.i: a ;���--. |   u   iervl ie thereof.
,-..'   ii the Lan l Registry Office
���-.   . w  stminster, Province of British   ihence weat so chains, thence north
la. this ISth day of July, A.D., j SO chains,   thence east 80 chains to
point  of commencemeut, and    con-
C. s. KEITH,        tainiiiK 840 opreB more ov less,
District Registrar, ll. M. O'CONNOR,
ro Fredri ;. Throssell and H. Burton.      Augusi 23, 1007,
\" persons serve! with this notice,       |^. Cotiun.criiu  nl  a   po.-    piaived
those claiming through or under. 2% chain- north an.l SO ri.-i,..., west
and  all persons  claiming any  ���,-   n,,,   northwest  corner of  'i imbi
esl In the said land by virtue of  [,irenM U,50S,t!ience norlh   .0 ch;r
-,   unregistered Instrument, and all  ljlellce u,,.. go chains, thenc?
-.. claiming any Interest in the   ,,,,  (.,( :,^   lhl,.i: ,,.,.,,    ,
land by descent, whose title is.,.^.   ,,      , ,   ,
11   ...   less.
11.  M. O'CONNOR.
August  23,  1907,
i'i. Commeni li -.   il   .1   posl  planted
240   chains   nortl the  northwest
1 orner ol rim 1 1 Lli ��� ns 1 1' 503,
thence nori a K ' eh ilns, theni e ; a '
SO  chains, ���    ., uth  SO chains,
t hem b wi si ��� 1 ilns to 1 "itit ol
, omn enceui nl and containing 640
acres more or les -.
!!.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 22, 1907. \
11. Comnu ;. In .   il   a  post   planted
rn   the  northv 1 sl  1 .erne.'  ol  Tim, er
I.iien.se  11.'.ns,thence  BOUth set ,-hains.
II.   M.  O'CONNOR.
Augusi 2:1. 1907,
2::. c immenclng al a posi planl
1 is e halns -. asl and 20 1 hali - s mth
,,f [he south end ot Goose Baj In Rlv-
, rs Inlet, thenc.' south 80 ch ���
thence wesl 80 chaius, thenc ��� n irtb
80 chains, tll mce ea3l SO h ' �� ��� '"
polnl of 1 ommencement, an 1 containing 640 aeres more or le���-
ll. m     ri'. iNNOR,
Augusi 2'-b 1907.
���ri. Commencing al  a p ��� I   planted
Re So ith  West  quarter eet' S 1 tlon
2S,  Township 16,  New    We tm 1 s
Districl    All  ti; it   pari  of  the  S    I 1
Easl Quarter of Bald Section I   ag to
the North and We'-: eif Lol   17, Group
2, and all thai ; arl of the North 1-'  ���
Quarter of s ild Section lyin ;
West of Lot 356, Group 2.
LAiMD   REGISTRY   ACT.
A   Ci rtlflcate of   In lefe isble    I
tn the above pr ip< . .  will be 1 - ie y >
Margreta Jensi n, du the 19th da;   of
August,  1907, itt. <��� -1 In the mea
a valid obj I      ito ls made to
me In writ-iie; I     1 pel on 1
claiming an e-' al
or In anj
C, S. KEI r.'
1   - :;
Land Regis!      0
Nev.   v, ��� r,   B,  C . Julj   18,
1907,
The  1   ���   in or   pe    in��     -     1   in
their . .-  '.    or 1      isslon I
lowing Title Dee I    elating to I     BaiJ
65 chains east ami 20 cha as south ��� '  property are request! I to 1
the south end ot Ooose Baj ln Rivers  gama ((, lhl, uu,ic>i-si:-,ni'ii.
inh-t. thenc Bouth 'ii chains, thence
wesl 100 chain-, thoneo north 64
I'h.lins.     thence   east      100   ch r-n-   to
imiiu of commencement, and containing 6 10 acre's 1 lore or less,
11   Ve   O'CONNOR.
AugMt 83, 1907.
2:.. Commencing at  a  posl  planted
r,r> chains <'t\st and 20 chains South of
the- south end of Goose Bay in Rh
I Inlet, thence west ion chain*, thi 1
'north  ��� '   li iins, theme    1 .* B0 cha r ���
more 1    iea| I - - iote Bay:
thence   "'itii- rly, 1 -   -       and north-
. easterly  ifround shore . of    has  1 1   1
Conveyan e  d ite 1 9th  May,    IS94,
trom Thorns 1 Oravi    1 : ��� '
abeth m. G ���
A.  W HEALLER,
1    i  11 ������- S
New     ' Hi' ���
S ill  ll II   toi   \
"fhTMi^auket?7
'Th?   Pion'*r  Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago.  'South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
point  north ol post;  thence south so   railroad   in  the  world  that  equal  in
chains mon    .v les -eini of com-   equipment that of the Chicago. Mil-
n el,"
It" "^ ,;i!"l   gas;   the   most
-v   illuminated   train    in    the   ry.
registered under the provisions of
���V "Utul Registry Act," shall be for-
.    estopped and debarred from sot
ting up anv claim to or In respect 1
the said land so sold for taxes as n
vtied by the "Land Registry Act."
n'nit, nin acr s
11. M. O'OONN
--unc-nt. :
��� c pr less.
U. j\1. O'CONNOR
X     a M-rvice not obtainable elsewhere
���-���-- nl  ���'  b��-'      '      ', VI. S. ROWE. General Agent.
10 tne c '     t,u Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
.ve,il.ee & St. Paul Railway. They
own anil operate their own sleeping
ind dining cars on alll their trains and
give  their  patrons  an   excellence   of
iin 1' >WWiitiifnnTii|wil|t|aityffi||iii|ii
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THE   DAILY  X^WS.       md
SATUf;DA>
"���-!?"��� V.Ift*'
Fine Suburban HOME
8 acres nearly all cleared, fine rich soil for gardening: nice comfortable house; good orchard and small fruits; close to two suburban car lines; 1000 feet of waterfrontage; ideal home.   Worth $8000
Price      -       -      $5500
Only $1,000 cash, balance $500 per year. , _.  m
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
OFFICERS ARE E.1CTEB
'Aa. .~
W.J.KERR.,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C./~~~
$1,OQO
will buy 160 acres in Maple Ridge municipality. We don'l mean $1000 for ihe first
payment, but $1000 ALL TOLD.
Yiiii can double your money on this inside of 6 months.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. fiS
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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School Opening
THIS WEEK we are busy making it interesting
for the School Children, with opening up
school  Supplies
NEXT WEEK the Schoolchildren will be busy
making it interesting for us.
J.J. MACKAY & COS
BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
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Preparations were mSb_e .,, the an.
nnal meting of t^e \,.w Westminster
Association F^.n-.aii dub held last
evening 1^ i_*, boartl of trade room
for th'. ..(.,-,>..n's sport, ami from the
't"><ort<.   given, the  season  starts on:
. '.jiii.V: very promising circumstances
Which fully organized the eexcutlve
fexpects iii bave ei membership of a -
out bn with 25 or 30 players. Latei
in the season if it is found that thi re
are enough active members to nee,,
up another good team, an intermediate
team will  le formed.
Officers were elected last evening
as follows: Hon. President. Rev. J.
S. Henderson; President, T. S. An-
nandale; Vicepresident, A. Adams
Secretary, T. W, Haslem; Treasurer,
H. Ryall; Executive Committee. A.
Christy, B. Robb, T. J. Mahony, A'. P
Clark, and F, Loclre; delegates to
league meeting, T, J, .Mahony, A. ll-
Gibson;   alternates,  A.  Mackle,
By genera] consent the election of
a captain of the team was left to
executive of the club.
The secretary was instructed to
have one hundred membership tickets printed, bearing a complete Mot
of the scheduled league games. The
membership fee for the year was fixed at $1.
The secretary was Instructed to < n-
| deavor to arrange a match with some
outside club for Labor day, and negotiations will he entered into forthwith.   It was decided th.it lhe colors
I of the plnli this  year should   be  re i
! and blue.
Arrangements were  made  to I:..-,
1 the players get as much  practice In
! as  possible early  in  the season, and
j Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
were fixed as regular practice days.
Before dissolving the   meeting,   a
vote of  thanks   was  tendered  to  the
I retiring officers.    The  chair  was oc-
Loupled by A.  H,  Oihsiin  In the i   -
i sence of the president.
Those present were: A. H. Gibson,
A.  Turnbull,  W.  Anderson.  A.  Mflth-
: ews. R. Ambrose, W. Hargrave, B.
Robb, A, Christy, R. R, Gormley, T.
\V. Hi islam. V. P. C. Clark. T. J. Ma-
I honv.
The Sale ol
FancyLinei
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Jj line   of   ALUMINUM   GOODS.
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| Preserving Hetties
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
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These   goods    are    giving
satisfaction,    and   we
recommend   them.
Tj
is arousing great interest this week
extraordinary values are accountable
this. When you stop to consult r that thl
prices are from 20 to 50 per cent und
regular prices, you will see the advanta
of buying now. Many women are pi|]
chasing these Linens now for suitable rifl
at Christmas.
TEeMERIFFE   DOYLIES  each   5c,   10c,  25c and 40c,
BATTENBURG   DOYLIES,   each   10c.   15c, 20c and 35c
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Mrs. Aid. Henley, Mr.-. J. H. Watson
and .Miss Watson, will return to th*
city today after spending a week visiting friends at  Otter.
WHAT   LOOKS   NICER   THAN
GOOD      TEETH,      PROPERLY
KEPT      IN      ORDER? USE
MUIRS
Tooth Powder
AND    KEEP    THEM     CLEAN.
T. A. MUIR
and $1.00.
DRAWNWORK DOYLIES, each 10c,     15c. 25c to 40c,
DRAWNWORK   CENTRE    PIECE8, each 35c, 40c, 50e to $1
DRAWNWORK   TABLE   COVERS,  each 85c. $1 0C. $1.25 to tfl
DRAWNWORK      SIDEBOARD  SCARVES, each $1 -5, %i ���
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Boys" Sweaters 75c Eacl
A new lot of Boys' Wool Sweaters jusi   In  time .
Colors navy and cardinal, :b.l size-, each 75c.
New Dress Goods for
School Dress
Among the many new pieces of Dress Goods aw    ���
neat designs, suitable for g<<id  wearing  School   I      \
colors hrown and navy, j.ot yard 35c.
W.S. COLLISTER &
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN  THE Nl
DAVIDSON'S
.,-_.,.  PAN .,'ITH ENAMEL COVER
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CEREAL
STEAM
COOKER
The members of the Wesl End Me- ���
l thodist church are planning a trolley *
: party to take place on  Friday next, J
when a  large number expect   to go ���
over to Engish Hay for the evening. ���
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AIND-
\li-y.Z  C^G AND VEGETABLE BOILER
Vegetable Boiler
Made in "Premier"
and "Colonial" Enamelled Steel Ware
WHITE CCfiEAL  DISH
BRYSON & SONS
AflKIllS MOiY/MH RA,\(iES ��� 187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
Guichon���W. Ft. Wood, Portland;
X. D, Chapman, Everett; W, L .Shank
and wife. Helena. Montana: .1. (I.
.McKay anel wife, Prince Rupert; II.
ft. McConnell, Toronto; E. Greers,
Seattle; H. Dadgeon, Victoria; A.
Smith, Miss Anna Smith. Bellingham;
D. Smallegan, H. Smallegan, Central
Lake. Mich.
Windsor���G. Baker, Port Haney:
II. Custlcon, Nanaimo; J, A. Ki: k-
patrick, Vancouver: George E. shiri -
and wife, O. S. McBurnle, Vancouver;
���I. O. Manzies, Silverton; W. Livingston, La Iner; W. Beacham, Lin Isay,
Ont.; E. Kelly and wife, Seattle.
Colonial���J, S. Hawkins. Haney;
Miss Margaret Insley, Auley Sharp,
Ray Huston, S. B. Miller. W, Fleming, Vancouver,
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REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUI
BUSTER   BROWN  BLUE R1BB0N\
SHOES FOR  THE LITTLE FOLKS]
TO  THE RESIDENTS OF
SAPPERTON:
We  have jusi   opened   an  up-
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MEAT   STORE
cn  the corner of Columbia and
Keary   Streets.
We intend to ��� arrj  onlj   Ihe
choicest  of   MEATS,   POULTRY     and     FRESH     FISH.
Orders promptly dellvere I,
Your  patronage   -' Iclted,
J. TRA VERS & CO.,
Cor. Keary and Columbia Sts,
SAJPPERTON.
School Books
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Nature's
Object
Lesson!
SUPPLIES
FULL STOCK
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F. CRAKE
MORELS
217-219 Columbia St.
English   Watchmaker       Our  Scribblers   and   Exer-
Two   door,  from   Geo. Adorn,, Croce, C'SC   Book,i   a��"e
Fine
Ladies'Gold Watches  from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
fare, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,  double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celeo:ated South Bend I
Watches, supplied to tbe Wellman '
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch    repairing;     Hiarges   reason
able. ���
We Eat to Live
But eat the snin<   time it is necessary to know v.'lieii we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You   can   rely   upon    GETTING.
Till!.   BliST   OF   EVERYTHING.
How many in ihis life are like
the butterfly who lives In the
enjoyments ami pleasures of the
present, with no thought of the
morrow, and how few, comparatively, are like the ani which
continually labors, preparing for
that 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
to make
Money in Real Estate
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FIRST---Because they find in this shoe all the distinctive characteristics of the high grade shoes worn by their fathers and
mothers.
SECOND---Because the varied selection enables them to choose
a style which pleases them.
THIRD---Because they are made in sizes, widths and shapes lhat
wdl fit the foot of any boy or girl and affords them the maximum of comfort, which in tutn keeps them pleasant and
happy.
tOURTH---Because they find in this shoe the name dear to
Utile one's hearts, Buster Brown, friend of every boy and
girl.
PHONES
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W.ESINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man.
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