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 ite, Shiles & Co
REAL
ESTATE
NUMBER 178
'''' : ~   MINSTER, B.C.. TUESDAY MORNING, AUG1
OS COMPANY
HOULD LAY MAINS
FISHERMEN
Caught  C;__-
Brit no  P
-
��� '���
ENGLISH SPORT FINDS
FAVOR IN PORTLAND
EPWORTH   CHURCH   OPENED.
'e-norial Christian  Edif.ce to Pioneer
Missionary   m   Use.
White, Shiles & Co.
IRE INSURANCE
ESTMINSTER. B. C
M> PER   WEEK
SWELLS EM
ADAM AND EVE
si   e to Council
to Open
nplication
Lfennis��
^pstreets by Fuel Firm.
ises in Popular-
Peers   .Makes   Fine
Sl   wing on Visiting Team
��� u   Methodisi  chun I   i     I
rth   ��� ;e   -., .  ..- .,  .. ��� m<   a   ti
Society
Di    ''   '
I ii. and pi wi
.- pn pow d   I ���
��� ....
: :- l�� ie presen-
<t     Ed-
el ire the c mn-
. ��� . h  the    pro-
wen   stati
..- to the cou
:.���   the  necet
���    :..   on   - .
.. .
���flits
h "���'��� '
s laid a  ���
I. '"' '
P '
jy- '-
U.ted was ' on     "'
���
���
net]   misis nai v of 1      -       	
n..- : opened and   ledi< ated on |
S   iday, with a large congregation In
���     ���  Ci .     Tilt'  opt nil - :!:<    e ...
'   ���   ���-...-    b<   mat: n entei
:. ' :; at< bei     iin   ���   :   whicl    will bi   _ , en in tiie
: cricket!  s   ei i ning,  v, bich     Is   i \
eters, mor<     ected t    ��� ������   largely   b ten led.    Quito
.  ������ w   N't ��   \\ estminsti      eople will
��� sent.
was erei ted
-       tions     i    i
People Startle Natives  by  Bathing    With
Simple Edenic Costumes.
I
��� :.' ���
���
out   that     th-
n    e |uate    for
��� i special ��� ''
���   ������ nd thi  -���   ���   ���
tied    -  : ��� Ing
��� 11 igemi nt of a
.1 be pi epared
dying Beet ions  ol
��� ���   opinion  of the
posed plant would
;-, ������. ��� .���;'-    present
service thi   new     works
.   ��� ���     ���     more for i apply-
of I
���
Mi  S
th��     ������ .
er-ii
at Oi
regulai .
'    ���
'  ���   ' ���
ins ( nd F.
: ��� A    i
made s  :..������   (x-
..    '; a coma     Mi
egisti
���  ��� ���    .
'  ���   ' ng oi ��
:  ���   whole
.  runs
efeai    - thi   IV
teams   n a singh
Des Moines, la., Aug, 5.���"Noi t
ty,   ; al   don'l   do  il   again,'    was   the
vi         ol the jury ln the trial -    ..
'   prominenl   young  society
men and women ol y, e  Moines   who   years ag<
wen  charged with bathing In a pub-   north.
. \      the  He place, clad iii the Edenic ���  \ :, :u :, ,,
*   ,       KENNEL  CLUB  MEETING.
���  ���' ,
--ts   For   Fine   Dog   Show
__, hebetion  Week.
George   R    I  ayton, of Chicago, iho
famous    :���        i          wajf  a1   a  n   ���
ing ot the recentl; ������ 2 Kennel
ening elect i i
tho bench show which will be held
here during thi att art o1 the big
provincial telr, on Oct 2. 3, 4. and B.
This will be Mr, Clayton's firs: trip
to  this .   oi   thi    trj   for,  al
though he was in P< rtland a couple of
has m vi i   been fu   hi i
frien  ���    ' thi   late Mr   Robson, man> of fig loaves.    At a receni outing on
���   ee; ei    reside In  this  city.     ll  ie- the banks of Walnul creek, under the
situated   a Istanci   from    th< Inspiration of a  few  bottles ol  extn
o<     :. Cen        Park and ������       thi   young  people    dei ded    to
���   . , i vet
���'   - -        - .-  ;  ���   hold soutl
lin . end every el - being
fancement of thi
��� :    . ib re-
sta: tli   the  natives"   bj     discs
: ��� :ieing and subsl li i        there
: narrow land? of leaves cunning-
Ij fi sbioned by the ladles eif the
party, in this abbreviated eostumi
thi leaders of Des Moines' "smart
set," brave in the knowledge thai
the;, had created a new sensation and
���  :
I -���'.
Razors  are   Idle,
���:.'     .'.-���'
���   ������     ���  ��� ere out on s
��� ida ���   ovei   :.:��� eing  aff,
��� !   an I        it forty shops
.noi own tot
On  motion    of   1i]' rv-b-  one - i      iff,   -���      Th<  I ar-
etter was referred   Dere  d<
���   ������,..  for  .i re-   onl   until  the bossi      omi
t< I ms.
Funeral   of   E.   J.   Newtcn.
. ..'���   a  numl 11   ol  Ni ��   W< stmin-
stei  citizens will go over to Vancou-
��� ���    te laj bj sj e i ial ear to atten l the
: ��� bi   l.e;.   E. .'. Ne w ton, who
issi i away .it tho family residence,
ansdowne  street,    Vancouver,    last I established a fresh fad paddled in the
of  gro        Friday    Tho funeral  will take place wat*r   or  re8ted  uP��n    tne    Brassy
beautil     - .  ai I   within  a   from the   resident^   and   the   church I bankl    f the creek.
- will    ��� j havi  the.best   of Our  Lady of the Holy  Rosarj   '-a
et ground   n the ce ast i  ���  Catholic cemetery,
gton   and  Oregon   are      Tht  lati   Mr, Newton was for many
-   ��� ��� -'ens   to   compete at   the   years a resident of this city, and con-
:.. ������     tournamenl   ducted  a harnessmaklng  shop   here.
which   opens   in   Y. ���     .,.     .ni   tin    ������.   came to  British  Columbia  before
19th inst     On a ���   inl    ' th<   numbi        ���  adveni of the C.  P,  R., and set
ol tea   s expected    to
gementt i      adi   to  plaj,   later coming in New  Westminster
Tho natives eef the Walnut creek
neigh hood were startled, all righi.
and soon caused cotd chills to chase
up and down the- spinal columns of
the "simple lifers" by causing their
arrest on a charge eif disorderly conduct.   Although at the trial the mod-
1
I
I
nng s    session    w s    not
���.io    program    of
shoi' one
I eported  on  thi
aii h &   Sons   ' u
li  ���   of i Ity  propertj   sil -
���  ���    th  side of Lulu  [silts, t4   thi   el
ertj   thi re  v.   -
I ���  n poi' was adopt-
i e   also   reporte 1   re-
'    ��� the sum of $29' ��� .'
the  heard  of  school
q t s o tit s t a
if the   an ���
M  rshall &  B  wi
fie in w   wing  to
bas been done
m v.   -  adopti 2
'���'    . ��� dtj
h   || Ion of cltj
........    ,f V,'
i .mi holidays
��� ���    ���    al l< ns i   n ���
waj   corni
mi a ���   an    lectrii   I
���   tm lin.   ��� Xti
���-���.   purpose
lon eif affa
��� olj sis,   with  a
means of turn
in renl   away  fi i :,;
thi    h iter,     V I
���  it was up to the
��� : irn win   ������
lhi    owi    station.
��� ���'   that   anol  i
ild  r turn th<
POPE PIUS ISSUES
IMPORTANT SYLLABUS
on<     f thi   scan ��� -   ��� ach   daj   of th��
we< Quel n's     park
[his should      ���     a greal
treat  1 -        ckel   levers in   New
Westminsti       ��� : ed thai n<
-..      ���. .  way of
rangemenl     ���   ig   an ed oul ai
������ 1.
a harnessmaklng business in Yale,  ern disciples of Adam and Eve wore
' acquitted, it whs with a warning thai
will likely make fig-loaf parties highly
.   a i of A
M.  ins,        \    M> ntgomi rj     w.    .���'..
Townsend and Secretarj  Pai ant, was
.. ilzed tii look  aftei   all  aiiange
ments in connection with the holding
ol ii.   show, the prospects    toi    tin-
cess of which were never better.
\ la ge number of Inquiries bav< .<
cently been received bj mail, this
showing the interesl which is being
taken in the^ forthcoming bench shew.
Entries will be received until Sept.
25, seven daj*s befon   the opening.
The poultry building will shortlj be
in the' hands ol thi carpenters, who
will thoroughly reconstruct tlii> Interior of the building in order to make
Il suitable for the housing of the
canines during the four eia>s thej
are on exhibition.
The- membership , f the  Kennel club
i now  te.tals twenty-eighl   and  Indications     point   to  this    number    being
greatly increased In thi  course of the
next   few  montbs
LINE FARM LANDS
PROVE TO BE BOGGY
unpopular for some time 10 come.
The offenders were three married
couples, two unmarried women and
three young bachelors, all prominenl
In Des Moine's' society anil among the
oi!n's "best  families."
EAGERLY AWAITING
Errors in Catholic Faith Cor
rected by Holy Fathe
Criticisms Condemned.
WORK   HAS   BEEN   TREBLED.
Purchaser Seeks to Escape
WAVE  OF   FEAR   IN   EERLIN.
��  -
Act
rected   by   Holy   Father���    Railway Commission Dealt W.th 18CC
Applications   During   Year.
Ittl
twelvi        nths thi    Railw\   ;   i -
���i-  ������    ���        ��� .  id<
���\\e Ivi  ������   nthi.   :i Inci���   -���   >l -
cent.   This is accounted fi
thi    ���    '   ���' .������   ;    liami nl   a Ided    t'i'
control of teli   I   ne companies I    '  i
From Liability bv Appeal- Wom'n SurPri"d M���
rl Stabbing   Girl.
ing to Supreme Court. .���
  Berlin,  Aug. R. -The  recurrenci
i     rii'ieer"   outrage   bas  caused
ot
���
\ II
p Sixty 1
Vancouver.  Aug.
and
An  interesting
ol
an-
Heat Causes Intense Suffering - Famine Conditions
Prevail���Prayer, Fasting.
.. -,i\ e .ef nervouq fi ar and dread
S is   ;^s :��� .
P.
X
oompll ated   Htlgati6n   v��B     ��� ���     .     .,, k ovor ,he cltJ
��:-.n befon   Mr, Justice Clemenl In the j opening the door eef ,
supreme couri this morning     In  tl I
suil tin. plaintiff, Rodei Ick Me Ki n: h .
is  endeavoring  tee  escape    from    an
cument, om
i ���    ssues froi    thi
ties of thi tment.   The wort agreement of purchase which he sign-
thi      mi .-- nn  lias  been -: iwing i I, foi  a certain larg<   tracl e.i  fa ni
���,   ...       -. extenl  thai  thi   necessit; Ing   land.    This   property is about   a
���, |     D   enl  rgemenl    il   thi    staf!   li Squart   mile In extent, situated in the'
i   ��� trenl      Thi districl   of   New     \V< stminsti r       i I
. ��� e_\i ���     .  -.
InteJ     it  hy a
ee of 1       '���:    ���    ��� nd Unl
ersal lnqu
imi at an and in th���������
. ���    ������ ���
out and ���        lhe new views,
Thi   Syllal ealln     rith thi    pUbHc
���     ;.       ���     .,    the    Faith       ndi mns
...���;. of ei"' isiou    : :   li    i ��� ''-   .
n . mini!   t!     Interpretation of
i iodi        ritlclFi
-.   inli and        tli    of
Lucknow, India, \ag B Intense
\ W0I, ; ,.,, eii'ai prevails throughout 1 ppei India.
de: surprised ���1'1,1 "nue' is a condition of Batnine.
a man In tbe' acl of Btrlktng down anj Everywhere the monsoon is being
, v.. 'i y, li ol i girl. The woman - agerlj awalti d
screamed, and the man succeeded In British soldlera in Allahabad and
getting awaj This oci irred In the Cawnpore ftre Buffering from apo-
nelghhorhood of the previous oul H' v Several an reported eo have
hagi The residents of this section succumbed Cattle a e also dying for
are In Btich a Btate of nervouB excite    wan I ol fodder, >'
menl   thai   they  fell upon  and    beat!    famine  prices    prevail    tn    manj
ntmenl i       ty offici      n   outside
���    ���       the        :": -     n   -   ine  ��� '   iordlng
thi   Pitl   river dyke,    nd ac-| fearfully a harmless man because hi
tee   lhe-   dl'fe'lldall'    I
valw ei   il   I ' i    T."   1 a child a ; li ce of can Ij
the   ��� ��� f the ni ar  futu i
as it is l      - ���      11 hal  a  rai thod of
.   ,  ,.,_. the rlndings     il
board \ ild be in thi    nten       o!   li
���
���
Cl
ill   his
$30,000.
In the statemenl pi i' tim., Herbrri
Ford, i'ii behalf of his wife, Ha i li l
negotiated the sale' of ihis land, by
repn senting thai the title was 11<
and held in tee simple', bj her. In the
agreement of sale' which �� is signed
.ni Nov. S, 1906, ii was stated thai
Mrs. Ford would produce ei certificate
title on Jan, 1, 1907,
a  N w Zealen ler,
���
I
I   ��� i    the    pi iper
��� -  thi   ' im]   '
li -i-     thej
i.        '���    -i'e.
.^11   which
���   ivitl   eld   ���
.  -   refi i ��� :
���   m  ttaes.
Special  Coaches  Wanted.
ie   lng   ���     t;:-   greal     demand
ticket     :      ill"   'itlzen's    pii nlc
Bupjil    Is   now     rn tie ill    exhausted ol  Indefeasible
��� :     ,   large  nttmbei   of  disappointe and  Mr,  McKenzl
cumei .   ��� -ns hav.   1   unable  tn se       ' 1 engin   the  land   In  good   'alth upon
entitle the   representation   thai   li   was  good
Pi ��� - .arming land, while In  reality it  wns
:       which le.   gathered a Syl                                   The committee   Is now nothing  lent   hog.    When   be bad   In-
.    popular errors.                       ������     (latin,   with the G. N. R. offii    '- Bpected   the  land   with  Mr,   Ford,  he
if tryii had  ho.mi  permitted only to examine
-^ ., ;,                                      ipany   to   run    FIv<     spi the  edges   of  the   property,   bul   had
* ���                         In   reguln      ��� ith   bound been assured thai the central portions
lee issued sinci   I'":"' Pius IX istelx   rds Vi hii h   .   mid
q ianta  Curia" of December,  thi m to i     e the trip on th<
. .,
��� ; be  i ougai    ��� I
il"  eonsl lered
���i"    ���   ' mj  '
In g od h    Iti
��� the cougar's d<
was  received   and
.  .'. ��� ��� -i
ets.    1!"
'
n
��� i an
appllcaxion   was   gi
'      ...MS.
'I hi   Rev. A. Shlld ��i       ��� ;
ie tructlon
ie;,   ;|ll   ���    i    'tree
nnd     E   ���
ra e ��� ���.  :��� port. I  clnltm
The n ���      ' ''    '
���   ���
. ml   ' I
tax  sale    tp-sel
..   powi r planl
situate the   B  C
���..2 of the propo -   station i
'   bridge  was re-
��� nglneer, Albei i
��� ite ol the   ; Icnlc In < :
lati   the i rowd which
ntei      '    '    ���   ia lhi  ��� -   irsion, 'i In
p   |] iis   eel     the   con
. .,   ; ed   '' ���     acceptann
i ��� (he    ' ��� ''in!"' "'   offi r. bul
i Tl"    '     .1     '
i    : Thi    rivi
would    ��� e from 350 to 1 Oh
wore equally  fine,    lie claims    thai
the sah' v. a   effei te l onl    by fraudulent mis representation,   ind seeli
gei his moni y back
. inning   Ihrough    northeasl     quarter
oi --. , tlon 10, township 16 and W   \
Hn".-. ii. i [ Coqultlam wants 10 Ini hi t
tu in  a  stream  running  through  Bee-
tlon   IT.   township   10   and   emptying
Into Innls i reek,    Vn appllc ition has
been posted by Roderick McCrlmmon,
��� d  Abbotsford,  for n re coi 1   eef    five
Inches from an unnamed bI re im run
line-,   through   the  northi i il   half of
-.iiimi 10, township ni    li wna stlp
nl.iieil in all the applications lhal the
I watei was wanti d foi agi Icultui al and
���     purpoBes,
districts, ainl people have been
driven t.e ihe' extremity of sei 11 ig
��� in Ir Jewell y in ordi    to buy grain
A  swarm   ol   '    i I     pee. ied    ovi i
i ucknow yesterdaj. an I i  he   native
Inhabitants   i.iih ,i   as   manj   as thej
office dining  th< ,"",:' ���""' ate them .��
I, ntei McKi nsle      ""-i'-   lo  the continuation   ol   the1
I rough i five hundred  Mussulmans ti
iy    iu    pi i' i |
and  fasiing.
Tin y w< re i eginning to despair
when heavy rain fi 11, and thi j had
to wade through water knee deep
before Ihej  could reach their homes
Applications fcr Water.
\   liui'iher   of   applli aiions   for   wa
ti r reooids have, been filed ai the wa
le iitnlsslonoi
la -i e ouple of daj
ted   an  application   for   LO  Inches  uro"8��' nve hundred
oi   water   from   an   unnamed   stream  A]lannbad Bpenl thi
"  extend i
cent       Ot
���
��� ���   tions   as   in   ib"
\ ' same,   lie was of
ill    requirements
 as the norih end
onc.erned, by plac-
���    surface over   the
.  "   'im..
'"
-���"" c ish
,      ,    ,, .       idle i    ' me an i continui I Fi
Hay Crop  is Short.
It is n    irted from the fawning 11
tiona  thai   thi   h      i    ,   will nol   l
thl     e      m  acce ml    ��� I
ghl   ..'    .    ���     me effective aboul
Homccomers  Welcoiie   Edit:cn,
The   i lltawn   i .orm  cnml       rami
val,   which   w u   Inl ndi d to
rormei Otta�� in   fr mi all   i cl lon
the  Dominion, has   in en   mnrke I   by
1 hi   i istinnce    of    n   Bpeclal    Homecoming  wi Icome niiiniie :   in   ihe  < M
(awa Frei   Prep!,   The Issue nol nnlj
depicts  ilu   vlgofouu development  of
Ottawa  in  Die  f'i''e'    of many    fires
which   in arl'.'   wiped    lhl    Citj    Olll   Ol
existance,  bul   attempts    and    fairly
a   con-
I
.    '
���I I go, .
motion ol   Vld. Jar   ni     ���  .^uwu ; weeks.   Prices on a par with well succeedi   In   presenting
of li-'  fall, winter and Men:- else and iin-..Ming Btory of th ������ his-
ected t<   prevail again during lory and  progress   <>f the   Dominion
. ���_   months.     Mr.    Math'    . Illustrated   by  photogravure* of tnen
'
Coal  Near  Prince  Albert.
Prln      Ubi       "...   . ; ���     5     i   i
i        i '.,' I I   .!:'.:��� '.i
onntrj   I vlvctl    the exclti mi
1' ��� ���      '. eu.   ..." i   ii wai  di.
nvereil In   Bhi 11    "":     an I also  In
' Hi ston,    The    how Ing    wns    verj
promising   In  lhe ��� lollei ton  tllsl rlcl
ioi ��� coal thi re can be shovelled up
bj i he wagon loads No thorough 11
foil bni been made to exploit the
th ti bui ikiv, thai Hi" Eagle coal dli
ii iei has been define I steps ate being taken to explore the coal fie Idi
In ( olleston.
Wenegrcwers   Settle   Down.
rails. Aim. 6 Tbe. situation In the
Bouth "i France which arose from the
discontent of the wine growers ime
Improved in such an extenl thai the
authorities began lo withdraw todaj
:b" troop '.i Into the disaffected
'lisp i ,��� Furthermore, the govern
menl ha - dei Idi I to l elease on bail
M PV ��� rotil foi mer mayor of Nai
conne, Ntai i lln Vlhcrt, and oth >r
'��� e i' ���    uf th .  menl  who wi ro
' '  'i'ii.
(oi  the   Brackman  &   well known in Cnnhnlan national life.
Penalty of Doing Right.
Helena,  Ark.,   Aug.   5,���J.   N.
Scotl,
Iel
the agrei ment,
\  reporl    I    ' " ' '
th" month of Julj' was ���  ���    ^ ^   ^     .:,]-v-..     impany,  Is reported   to The Issue iv all the more Interesting
"id   building   a   sub-   the citj  medical heal ^  (.; ^ haj  h(   f..in Becure,j ft>r Ihe reaiop that  ii oommemoratea  ('".v editor of the Helena World, was
ilong that section. He Jones    Ten n ...   w&en  tj,e scarcity the fortieth anniversary of Conteder-   as.-.aHsiated at  an  early    hour    ibis
'he  entire removal of one new ..   pnmounced. When inter-1 ation, a aubjeot which reoelvea liber-  morning, as he was leaving hia office  were   ���...t.-.i
n  and  Ita  aubstitu-   ported,   wh ting at the  ^'   ' '' day Mr' Ma,hf"rs s;a,f"' e al *l,ar�� ln ,1,e l,lR lssue'
pans of the' Howe   four   lases of measl< ,        .    ���   ,   ...    D0I purchasing more than!    The Free Press is to be commend-
'   li
Man   Wound   on   Shaft.
Porl Aiiliui. imi . Aug., .re An accident occtn n i last evening on the
Bt earner Dorli which resulted tn the
in" rlble di ath ol an Italian, name' un
Irnown, The Italian was working on
ib" deck and bj Borne meant became
entangled In the hoisting rope from
the beeiei Instantly he was wound
round the shafi and hia body luuiiv
i ne rated by the rope, After IipIhe.
cut down be wns taken to the hospital whom he died early this morning.
m ���. .
Tl,
L ''
���i   int art
.
:i:"" to,
Mopi
-���
���'-���.
Iraw recently  eon-   beginning  of Julj ' "' .,.,,,,;. i for carrying on his busi-   ed for Its splendid success
forty of which had      ��� that be had not i��n tew |
..   referred   to end of the month ...    to m, opinion, Jt was
, |uestion whether the crop was any
-
md water com- fectlo is d  ���
' "a the advisability month.
:     Hill's  proposals. C   H,  Pat<   ���'��
���":    ' '   appll,,, forthe Hon to   i
'    '      crossing over  the strong Btreel    i
,,.  ' of 1,-r residence on Meni-.;,!'        '
f Fifth avenue    be- granted.
G. T. P. Construction Commences.
Prince Rupert, H. Cj Aug. B.���Jack
-his year than last.   His: firm   Stewart and  his associates have  thi
i  lng |16 a ton for hay, hut. the   contract foi  building and grading U"
���    h   price was  caused  by  the  high   Kitnmaat  brarich of the Grand Trunk
[ges paid by farmers for labor more  Pacific  which   will be commenced   at
,_',"��� fn ft scarcity of the crop. once at the Copper Rivei end.
than to a scarcity of the crop,
Fish   Trust   In   Trouble.
Chicago,   111.,   Aug.   fi ��� Indictments
today     by   the     federal
for home.   Five shots were fired Into   grand  jury against   persons and  eor-
hls body, two entering the brain. No  poratlonj Odnneoted with the Invesll-
one  was in slghi  ai   the time an.l his   gatlo'n   of the   alleged   flBh   trust   re.
body was not found until half an hour  bate oases,
later,  whe two ojffici       attracted by      a. Hootli & Co., the Nickle Plain K-
the fii iin-. searched tor the cause and   uke Shore railroads and emplo\-ees
apon 'ti" dead man.   No arrestB  of Booth & Co., whose testimony Is
have  been  made, and  there    are no suld to have been perjured, have been
: 'v        "'   man   look an  Im-   mentioned  in the daily sessions   of
��� clearing the town of the grand Jury.   Indictments will re-
corrupt  administration. late two rebate cases only. ���
3
New Stock Patterns
- ofJ-
JUST OPENED
 AT	
MOREVS
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding gifts.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
ssFINEST  AND   FASTEST=
ft
EMPRESSES
il
18.000  f EMPRESS OF BRITAIN (14.600
H. Po��eri EMPRESS OF IRELAND I      TONS
Particularly low rates from the
Old Country. Reservations made
here  for all sailings.
Empress of Britain Inly  _.'Gth.
For  particulars apply
ED. GOULKT,
C.  P. R.  Agent.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Excursion rates to all points East
July 3rd, 4th and 5th; August Sth,
Sth and 10th. Tickets good for three
mouths.
ED. GOULET,
V. P. K. Agent.
.New Westminster.
TIDE TABLE-Fraser River
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
For  week  ending   Aug.   1,  1907.
High        Low-
Date Water Water
 1    Time, Time
.Monday       8.50 I'm
22.00. 16.40
Tuesday     10.00 5.00
22.40 Iti..").")
Wednesday       11.20 6.00
23.15 17.10
Thursday     12.50 7.25
23.50 17.45
Friday     14.20 S.20
  18.30
Saturday         0.25 9.20
15.55 19.45
Sunday       1.05 10.10
16.50 21.05
SANDHEADS.
High Water Low Water
l>:lU'       | Time IH'ght Time Ht.
Monday 8.12 10.6   2.54 6.6
21.20 13.S 14.22 3.1
Tuesday    9.21 10.1   3.49 5.9
21.59 13.3 15.10 4.6
Wednesday   ..  10.38    9.7    4.4:. 2.2
22.36 12.7 16.00 6.1
Thursday      12.OS   9.6   5.40 1.6
23.11  12.2 16.63 7.5
Frielay 13.48   9.9   6.33 1.1
23.47 11.7 17.53 8.7
Saturday . .   ..   16.16 10.6    7.24 3.5
   19.15 9. 1
Sunday   ..    . .    0.26 11.3   8.11 3.1
16.10  11 3 20.33 9.7
DEFIES POLICE WITH
DRAWN REVOLVER
EAT
NEMO
Frenchman Sentenced to Imprisonment Barricaded His
House and Blazes Away.
i-
Paris, Aug. 5.���A tragic "Fort Cha-
brol" drama has occurred at Tou-
louse. On Wednesday evening a
wrestler named Tournler was sen-
teneed at the local police court to(
eight months' imprisonment for a
desperate assault on a man named -
Darmes.
Immediately after the sentence was
pronounced Tournler drew a revolver
and fired, first at Darmes. who had ]
given evidence against him, and then
at the policeman who arrested him.
Darmes was seriously injured, but the!
shot missed the policeman.
In   the  confusion    which    followed'
Tournler escaped from the court and'
fled to his house, which he barrlcad- e
ed against the police.   When they approached the house for the purpose of
capturing him lie fired at them with
his   revolver,   ami   several  of  tlle  policemen narrowly escaped serious injury.
it was decided to Lay siege, to the
house, and till night long the building!
was carefully watched. Several times
the police attempted to obtain an en- ]
trance.bu! each time they were forced
ie> retreal rrom the shots of Tour-
nier's revolver.
Tournler  shot   himself when  finally
cornered.
If you are not rearing
PROGRESS BRAND
CLOTHING, you are not
getting as much style ��� as
much service���as much satisfaction as you should.
And any man, who buys
-PROGRESS BRAND,"
will tell you so.
street.   ���., , ���*-. 42 ^P
Westminster     .   .. ,..,.;1."'��. Ne,
Westminst
P.O.
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Colum1.1.,   si , '��lackle
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MR. .1. P
tor of ,.
Canadian   Bai
Ing,  Columbia
office,  New   We
loan.
':'no^,so!lclj
/.''^""���Offi.J
ummerce bu;'
opposlti
e.ster.
Middy
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PROGRESS BRAN*
ClOTMM*
"Progress Brand   ���
Clothing "J
H.   L.   de BECK
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sire- j
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3cjB��r   .\ew  \\
I'orner ClarKsoc ,,  i Lorae
Vancouver, ro ��� _    to 24  dis n   .
Hlle stre.-.   J ib Martin K^l
W.  Wean.   W.   i, \i i.in.rie , ' I
Bourne.    Mr. i wij ba' la fl
Westminster ofl Bry Friday 'J
ternoon ,l
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BarristeriJ
Solicitor, Gulch n block Coll
bia and McKenzie ���. ts \��'w w*
minster, fl. C.
SICILIAN   WHITE   SLAVES.
3ND
LIVE
TENDERS WANTED
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES,
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAOX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, III.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to 6 p. in. of August 12, 1907, for the purchase of the
following machinery:
i ine'iliiini speed Doty engine center crank, 150 h. p. drivii = wheel. 10
feel ilia. L'i�� inches lace, with Feed-
water healer, complete, in good running order.
1 clutch pulley :nj In
4 7-8 bore.
1 clutch pulley 56 In
���1 7-S bore.
1 wrought   iron  rim
12 in. face  1 7-S bore.
2 100 light I). C Incandescent dynamos, UO volts.
Machinery can be seen al light
ENGLISH BRASS AND IRON BEDS
Just received a shipment of Brass and Iron
Beds direct from Birmingham, Eng.   They
are handsome, strong- and durable.   Come
see the line.
White Bedspreads, Sheets and Pillow Cases
Come and inspect. A great variety.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT  BLOCK,
Phone 7.3
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY. ���                       j
and Nol irj P ��� cesioj
lS'.il ai  N.-a '��� .   er, DC. ol
flees remove I to i >:,,. k,ClarH
sen   street, i ' ,r. Hous|
P.O. Box 169.   Ti ie 6t.
W.
Agency Run by  Mafia  Society  Raided   ���*
By Police. ' =
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x IG in. face
Rome, Aug. ".���A big Sicilian se- >;
cret agency for the white skive traffic, managed by the Mafia, and having its headquarters in the city of
Catania, has just been exposed by the
police.   Sixty arrests have been made.
The agency has been in full working order for several years. Shin-
loads of young Italian girls from the
southern provinces have been transported to Cairo and other towns of
the Orient under cover of false passports. It appears that the traffic
was greatly facilitated through the
unlimited demand for Neapolitan de-
l<<*Z*Z*X*XiC*yXK^^
b'utantes
ir Egyptian music halls.
BRIGHT   DAYS If
SHOW    UP   THE    BARE   SPOTS
Call ani seejour new lines e.f  FURNITURE.      The best of
woods,  the latest of pattern.-,  the best of workmanship,  and
the must reasonable of prices.
W. E. TALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
716 and 713 Columbia St.      Four Floors.      Rear Extension,  Front St.
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P. HANSI RD    Barrlate
SoHclt'ir. el j
corner     Columbia md    McKeazJ
streets, New Wesl r, B. c.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New WestmiJ
ster Board of Trade meets io til
Board Rex.m, Cil ll, as lo vj
Second Wednesday ol each nwitl
Quarterly meetlni on the secon!
Wednesday of Fe :.,ry, Maj
August and November, at 8 p.
Annual meetings on the eeconl
Wednesday of February. N��l
members   may   be osed ul
electeil at any monthlj or quartetf
meetiig.   A. E. Whfte, Sec,
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27-1
The regular  meetings
are he: 1 In Oddfellews' ball, Colm|
bia  street, every  Mon       ��� rail
at S o'clock.    Visiting brethren col
dially Invited to attend.   S Gregotl
N. O.; C. S. Richmond, V ':   '���'.
Coatham, R. S.:  .1. W. Macl    |
F. S.;  Alex. Ad ims,   . ��� i
x   I 1 in, face
split, ,"1 in.
sta
Eight Students  Succeed.
e\  letter receivt ,l from Predericton,
N. R., yesterday morning gives the re<
x  suits  of the  matriculation  examinations of the University of New Brunswick  participated  in by  eight   pupils
Of the Xew Westminster high school
All  eight  pupils  were  successful In
ffcti&0!*8i&%li&^^
non,
Tenth street,
W.
New Westminster, passing in all subjects as folows:
City li;.:
31, 1907.
I. New
A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Westminster,    July
Rushton & Speck
���KfJR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
Division  1.
M   Wilson.
Division  2
Miss Mack.
Division 3,
.Miss w,ade.
The relative standln
is not yet known.
A.  O.  U.  W.���FRASER   LODGE
��� Meetings tne first an i thli I "4
day   in     each    month.      Vlsff
brethren cordi i'h Invited to attaf
Lodge room. A. 6   U. W. hall, OH
fellows'  block. Clarkson  street,
S. Corrigan, recorder;   Louis f':|
master workman.
.Miss O.  Wilson.  Miss
Barclay, Murphy  an I |
Corbett, Miss Loni an 1!
if the pupils
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   VOU   BANK   WITH
_ _     Jk& _
I
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
General  Repairing
-Thc
.1. A. Lee rettirne 1 on Sun la;   I   em
Toronto,   Berlin,  Stratfor I  an I  othe
j Ontario citii s,  where he wenl    .-��� mn
| weeks ago to selecl  furniture for the
new  Russ< b,  hotel,  for which  h    has
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
FOSE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE '���il
115.  SONS   OF  ENGLAND. B. 5-
Reel Rose Degree n ts s condaM
Fourth Wednesday of i i ;e ' ':|
in K. of P. Hall, Colun la Sl n
8 p. m.. White Re.se De i
Wednesday in eai h n mth, sm4
time and place. Visittn : it:"'";l
cordially invited. E. B s :i
cotnbe. Pres., II. Disnev, Secretin |
to send you over SECOND-HAND   STORE
an i
I
i
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year en Savings Bank deposits.
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
���FOR���
Ranges,  Stoves an.l  all   kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front Sts.      Phone 275
"The Milwaukee"
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
THE TRAIN'  OF  FAME
THE    NORTHWESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
beith electricity and gas;, the
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
?20 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
TAKE
The White Pass
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
most j equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
ind dining cars on all! their trains and
jive their patrons an excellence of
��� ervice  not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
tid Third St.. cor Aider. Portland. Or.
secured  the contract   to  furnish,
also   for   the   new   addition    to
Windsor hotel.    While down easl Mr.
Lee also purchasi d furniture for tl ���
restaurant   and   rooming   apartments
ivhlch .Mrs. Cook will conduct In
new Dominion Trusi company's bl n k,
now miller construction at the cornei
of Columbia  an I   Sixth  streets.   Mr.
Lee reports that    business    Is   brisk
down i'a-i, and things are prosperous,
w'lieei!   on   Hi"   prairie seemed   \ ���-.���;���
good   all  along excepl   In   Manltol a,:
wl       '���"��� bought particular!;   Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,0C
noticeahli during thi s prlng tn ml hs.
i le noticed farnu rs ploughing up
fields   which   ha I   bi en   seede i   �� i .
whe 11.
iOURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I 0.FI
��� Me.'is the Fourth K;: ���'��� ':i
month at 8 o'clock, i'e lhe ���������
hall, Oddfellows' block, \ ';
brethren are cordiallj li ��� "���"1 u'liA
tend. J. B. Rushtim, C. lb. r, I
Maxwell. R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.8301
A. O. F.���The regular meetings on
this Lodge are held on the Seconal
ami Fourth Tuesdays of eachniom��i
at S p. m. in ihe Oddfel ows Haii.1
Vlsltins Brethren are i I
vJtfid to attend.   E. C. Fii
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
ih, c, ft;
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
THE  ROYAL
CE
at s o'clock p. in
BRILLIANT   METEOR
li. WALKER, Pre
HEAD   OFFICE,
ildeiu.
TORONTO.
ALEX.   LAIRD, Qenei
TEMPLARS  OF T��V
PERANCE meet   everj  v"';l;,,?:,','[
iu Oddfel i��'l
Hall, Columbia streel V; ?j
Brethren are cordially invi'-i ^l
tend. Geo. Burr, S. C; N. K. BM��j|
Sec.
al  Managei
A GENERAL  ir
I1USLVESS TRANSACTED.
NEFIT AS
: and I
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At   the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
and Yukon Route W. N. Draper
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.   Ellard Block
Fot  information apply to ���
I H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver.  B.  C
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Hi-**  Weietmlnit<!i'.  B C
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Falls to Earth   Near   Eagle  Pass  Entrance.
Revelstoke, Aug. 5���A meteorite
of unusual brilLance, cutting a vivid I
flaming are in its flight, appeared al i
a late hour on Saturday night In the
western sky, making in a direct line
for the shoulder of Mt. McArthur,
where it disappeared In a blinding
flash, apparently anions the heavyI
timber. The meteorite lefl a trail of
sparks behind it, similar to thai of a
rocket, and the- explosion lit up the
scene for the. momenl with a brilliant
greenish light, li would be Interest-
Ing in discovi r traces of these bodies
after i In.. come In contact with the
earth, as from specimens found In
other countries, ii has been proved
that im two are composed of the same
material, fron, nickel, and other
minerals, Including gold, have
foun I  In  these  bodies,
FARMERS-  BANKING.
tvery facility afforded   Farmers for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BV   MAIL���Deposits   may he made or withdrawn ohy mall.
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���II. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
80N3 OF 6C0TLAND BENL
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE I8"��i
CAMP, 191.���Meel son He" M��1'
Third Tuesday oi everj   nontt
K.    of    P.  Hall.     John    WW*\
Chief: .1. ���!. Forrester, '���
Itei
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and In London, England,
New York, Chicago anil Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents In all narts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 2 per cer.t. per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
ni Total  Assets over $1fiS,0u0,nOu.00.
i NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.        42
fire alar:.; boxe
Following is ih" I "on andI "M
ber of the fire alarm boxes ini
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth
8���Royal avenue' and  E
9_IUfth avenue and 'I ��'!"
12���Si.  Mary's Hospital
18���Second and Park R "
tl��� Columbia and Duffer
15���Sapperton
2.'!���Queen's  avenue an
2t���....i'ii avenue
25���Fifth  avenue and
26���Fifth  avenue and
27���Third avenue and
S2���Agnes and Sixth.
84_Schnake Machine W""''
85_Columbla and McKenzie
���n.-fi. p. r.  Station.
Small and Buckland
I Sixth'
and Sec md.
Fourth.
Eighth.
Tenth.
Ml"3' AL.UST  6,^07.
Y" ...  Ey.law  1889,  Amend-
|x"Cr    ment Bylaw, 1907.
further   amend    the
, .,;.,,���
\   .   . .-., mcil of the corpor-
��� ���,-,. Westminster
' U ..T I
��� ���  .." ie in reby    re-
J1   "     .        ,    following  substituted
lealed jm'
THE DAILY NEWS.
jrefor:
, ie..  for the sale, of
I .  : n'i d unless, in ad-
I . requirements and
, hat  behalf required by
||" i   requisition  for th.e
I   ������'.' ��� '���"-��� Bigned '���
���; ..   Ified electors resi-
. isi< n In which are
��� .       ��� mis< a   In   respect   of
I" e is sought,   be   de-
T erk or acting clerk ol
1:    , .       ���:, ai  the  time ol deliv-
I e petition mentioned in
I   .' law, and he shall
I, . ���   tbe  same to the
I . an l th<   board shall
I .           .  am Buch Ucensi.
I". . , o ol thi  majority of   be
K ie public Interests
1. . ..:���:��� bat I he pi -
J',. . Id< d   for  shall   not
I i  anj ap] llcation for
I. ���          Fi r thi  purpose
|(... i          hi city shale bi  divided
|;,. ng   livisions:
- portion oi the < ity ly.
;,_ -.,,.-      ii e middle of 12th stree',
2nd, it portion ol the city ly-
JiL.   . [hi   middle of 12th street,
]. Hi  ol Sth street.
it poi lion of the city ly-
!���_. etwee the middle of 8th street,
I.:, tin lie of 4th street, and a line
I;.:.- aortheasterly boundary of
|:-- stree iduci 1 to thi- Fi asi r
Ith. Al that portion of the city lying bet wee i the third eli vision, anel the
I; ��� boundary    of   Queen's
I Ine bi im- th<   said north-
I  iti in larj   of said  park,  pro-
I laced '   northwesterly  boundary
le! thi i and to tne Fraser river.
111! ' rtaln parcel i\ land on the
I th side ol said river Included with-
| mits of the city.
that portion of the city met
III li : the divisions hereinbefore
|ia ribeJ.
This bylaw may be' cited as the
II ensi   Bylaw  1889, Amend-
|e':- Bj law  1907."
���: ;  passed   In open    c uncil
\- ��� lay ol July, 1907.
\V. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
W  11. KEARY, Mayor.
Every STETSON Hat
Bears the Stetson Name
CHAIN Of WARSHIPS
TO PATROL MOROCCO
Riotous Element Must Be
Suppressed by European
Governments at All Costs.
HE CAN'T DO IT !
The most critical, try as they may, can find
nothing to knock in the
STETSON
We have the Stetson Soft and Derby Hats
in all the latest styles, in black soft
styles; also in new colors.
Prices
$4, $5 and $6
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
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LIME   JUICE;
25c. a bottle       |
$1.50 per Gallon *
  at                                  |
F. CRAKE I RYALL'S DRUG STORE j
English Watchmaker
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Paris.  Aug.  5.���Orders   have    been
ied by the government for the patrolling of the entin   coasl of Moroc-
e a chain of warshl; -.    Through
an agreement with 'ie. Spanish governmenl the riotous elements i:i Morocco wil] be held in subjection by
naval forces from both nations until
the International police provided b)
thi Vlgeciras convention can '..��- Installed.
Unless tin. disorder! In Morocco <!������-
cn ase and it is shown thai toreign-
ei e are i ntirely safe- trom moli tation, il is e xpected that an expedi-
i e m will be sent to Fez to make a
demonstration of military force and I
frighten the turbulent tribes Into submission, at the same Mine threati ning
::.e- passive Moroccan government. ,
it has been agreed by the powers
that anarchy must be stamped out in
' Morocco.
The   Moroccoan   governmenl   gives
typical  assurances   that  every efforl   is being   made  to  restore  order I
and  protect the foreign Interests ami
that   the   governors   of   the    various
ports will be held personally respon-
sil le  for the safety of the  foreigner?:
within  their jurisdiction.
This is the same oil story that Mo-
��� ���'  has  told  upon  previous occas-i
ions.    Little  faith  is   placed    in  the
al ility  of the sultan's government  to
reserve, order,   anil   the   plans    for
titside interference are being rushed]
nothwithstanding the assurances.
According to a message from Me- j
Iilla, Morocco, the Moorish  pretendei
will sc-nel a delegation of rebel chiefs
to Europe in the    hope    of    winning'
sympathy   for   his   cause.     The   pre-
tender has intimated that lie is will- ;
ing  to co-operate with ihe European
powers in suppressing the present uprising in  Morocco, and he thus hopes
to secure  foreign  backing enough to
have the sultan  deposed and himself
iced on the throne.
CBISON
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���        Id Wai. lies  from $12.75 up.
Gentiei en's   Silver   Watches,   open
|'      $6.00.
s;;:-,.r   Wate lus,   double
|    '   $7.50 up.
.' ��� i'    r the celebrated Smith P..'inl
j piled   to   the    Wellman
��� ��� lition.    All warranted,
. Jewelry, etc., etc.
��� airing;    charges   reason-
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Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Ttl' 113 Office,  Eiglith  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Movement    to    Restrict    Undesirable
lm"nigration   is  Growing.
Vancouver, Aug. 5���Th< ; ��� i '������ who
an behind the movement to restrict
immigration of Asiatics into ibis
.-��� intry have determined that 11 will
be 'vi II to have the movemeni take a
i li scope, i'i c mse quenci a m ��� it- ���
Ing has been called for this evening
in the auditorium -if the labor hall,
;..'���;:��� r strei'. for t'e" purpose ot organizing an Asiatic Exclusion league.
To this meeting are Invited all per-I
���-. ns, whether members of I h in-
Ie ns or not, who believe, in k i Ing
Canada a white man's country. The
me. ilng will not be for speech making, but for organization, and all Interested are most cordially Invited to
be present. Up to now the local pi r-
sons interested have been working
without any complete organization <>n
the lines sei forth by the Anti-Japanese-Korean league of the state of
Washington. While the Interests
the state of Washington eeml the province of B, ('. are identical
In ibis matter ll Is deem< d thai a
pureb (' madian organization would
have ai ire Inti ;������ il _ ��� m Cana ,;- n law
maiie rs
Cowan
9        Milk Chocolate,
S   Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IW
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., LtJ.,  TORONTO
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Telephone  12.
New Westminster
Makes old things nev;
J?* VaivC'.' Instantly restores
j;1' : ant newness and finish of
!] furniture, Picture Frames
b-. ��� Woodwork. Hardwood
';'. all polished, varnished
or enameled surfaces.
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'''"' it touches. Revarnishing is
���iry, bQcauses scratches,
"wins and dirt instantly disap-
M^ar, leaving a smooth, brilliant
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th'!'i." " ^����d that is absorbed lev
ish, instantly restoring
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lu ubu���wny a piece
( | e cloth is necessary. Dries
th. i .. "Ml> instantly restormg
g��tt�� toil, original bright-
,, ,    E-asy io use���only a piece
,:',';-cloth is necessary, tries
One delighted customer \wites
S?MIt is worth $100 per bott!<'.
106 Pnce is only 60 cents.
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. ,:. from New Westminster;    ?60   from    Seattle;
Same      -    applj.toDuluth.fr rtionately low rates from
���.,������ aml Oregon   p.-Uts    Kate  to    Chicago:     $71.50
f,.'', v, w Westminster,  ?64.00 from  Spokane,  971.50 Horn
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er eastern points
many "
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-ORIENTAL LIMITED"
d tourIst sleepers, dining cars and Combination
0        atlons car.   Meals In dining car  on   the   a la carte
p,AST mmi." is another good train.
MEYERS, Agent
Young   Nine Footer  Captured   at Victoria  By Youncj   Men.
Victoria,   !'.   C.   Aug, v
Bhai l< nine fei I long wai
the Inm r harbor last evening    b . '
afti r  a o'i lock   by   two   mea ���'��� ���
the Jami - Ba ���   \   A. A., who la ss ��� I
it  by ih" ie.il .iii.i hauling it  oul
the club fl Mt  killed  It,
Tli..  shark   was  fee ling  undi r tli"
C   tv It. whai i when di icoveri 1 by a
- ::,'!!  buy.    .lack   Don ell-em   iin !  Ted
Hlscocks took a canoe oui  from the
; l ib  and  undi rtook    '<> capturi   the
man-eater,   Tiny approached ibe   big
j fish  in  the canoe and    after    soni
; manouvering managed to gel a slip-
; knot  over  its  tail.    The  shark  was
busy  eating and   did  not   pay  much
Ladies, Win
$15���or���$10
EASTERBROOK  MILLING   CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; second, ?10, for
the hest loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
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jNo 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  West iilnster. Telephone 333.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
ROSS,
Assistant Genera
1  Pass.  Agf., Seattle, Wash.
Bulldog Bites Nose Oft'.
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. i>.���A vicious
bulldog sprang at Robert Davis Friday nml bit bis nos ��� off. The man
bad gone to the house to paper some'
rooms and as he was entering   the
j back yard the <lnjr rushed    at   bim,
Davis ran with  the blond streaming
I from   his   face  to   ibe.  office    Of   Dr.
Hall.       The    nose    was     afterwards
I found  in  the yard and  placed in  alcohol.    An attempt to sew it on may
J be made.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. SheppardRy. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac tic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r'lily for  Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane  ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
Northern
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Three
Transcontinental
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Travel on the Famous
"NOUTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
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AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
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A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
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Clean, dry, fine Salt���that slips
from the spoon, grain by grain���
WINEEOR SALT.
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ty worth while���of putting his  viaws
on public matters before the people!
TELEPHONES.
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Night   Office    B22
TUESDAY. AUGUST 6, 1907.
QUERIES,  CONTRASTS AND COINCIDENCES.
The  little  ripple which   last   week
ruffled for a few hours the calm surface of  our   political   life,   seems   to
suggest semie comment;  the marking
of a contrast, the making of one or two
queries.    Tiie  contrast  Is  partly that
between   the  Socialist   movement   as
they have it in the old country, and
Socialism here as "demonstrated" by
Mr.   Hawthornthwaite   and  his   more
immediate allies; and partly that be-j
tween   the   manner  of   political   discussion in the two places.    To be exact, however, the contrast Is suggested   by incidents   connected   with   the
visii   of .1.   Kelr  Hardie,  rather than
by the local bye election.
In the old  country.  Socialism seems
io  lie much broader  than  it  is here.!
li. aims In the first place al the ameli-
oration of the condition of the poorer
classes,     ll   wishes  lo raise tlle stan-
daiel of comfort, to sweep away some
of tin- uglier features of the life of the
poor, and ii seems to count as friends,
and  to  be   willing   to   make   alliance
wiili,  enl  who  are  working  honestly
toward the same end.   In British Columbia  we> have  a different state of
affairs,    Mr.  Hawthornthwaite's    followers  are  a   class   apart,  politically
speaking.    Their   hand     is     againsi
every man. The practical working oul
of their policy so Car lia. bei n to defeat  an i  discouragi   those    who   are
working   towards   the   bettermenl   ol
Hi" ec. rage man, and lo give help to
thosl   who are the tools and servants
ol pi ivilege and monopoly.
>- in the difference in ; olitical
discussions, an Incidenl reported in a
Vui( mver paper brings thai out. Mr.
lar lie arl In ssi I a meeting en the
joint invitation of Labor parti and
S ' ialist . Mr. Hawthornthwaite was
of th "hosts" an i Mr.
:.i ������;:.  M.  P.,  was there b\  In-
vitatie n. Both" y. ���' "��� and '���;. . r-i.-v,
"pitche ! into" ll e la er, ���-.,. the :
'i-:' ���    "P."   sa; --   ii'-'    a ���
froi .   which   wo   q;,0te,     -Mr.     lv :.
Hard!    .:.-. ���  ii   ���,  dramatic     n    1
I   " - hand an 1   .skin 1  th
de to  wi iment.    'I   was   ver*
' I,   'to   hi ���   e    lasl
,'.     ��� Ir. Macph
waj   h     lid,     Wh itever   we are,   wo
shoul t  try  to  1        mrteous,
n to   ���
and then to a him   il      ���...:.-.���
a      ��� ss.    I thank    ������ . 1
i; ee, |-night."   A \ery "pe isine
It  cer    nl     Is,   but  too   roi
B   tl h i 'ol in bl   : ii"'   1 ri   I hi   S 1 !
Isl oners,
... : Igge
1 he electloi -,. 13   do ��1   con-
tiiun .   101 h in pro. ince and 1 loniini 11
thi row   pructh     0   requirln
e.i-     ,        mi   e-;:       :      Utlal      evhii
depe ..    is   foi felted   If  the  1 andl 1
1 il     to  poll a  certain    nunibei    1
votes.    II   the de posi!   wai   to  In   , -
1 h ei   tin   candidate    woul I     nol
"scrati he I'   -.��� [ore , ollin -���    daj,   one
< ould in; I - nn" arguments In support
of it;   bul   as things  are   wi    lo uot
think we have en e 1 In desi 1   dng I
as a b irl arous practice,    We ai 1   uot
Socialists; particularly  and especially
>\e. are nol  Socialists   of tho    Hawthornthwaite brand; and we have n-
sympathy al  eill  with  the    so-called
"principle" which, ll Is said, wa.- ilu   I
1 eas in   for   Saturday's   contesi;     bul
we do believe In  freedom of speech
and   of  action.    Mr,   Kingsley   made
use of the occasion in preach his po-
iltlcal  doctrines,    He    was    entirely
wilhin   liis   rights   in   so   doing,     and
certainly Bhould nol have' been fined
for It.   Tennyson expressed a fundamental doctrine of the British   con-
utltutlon, which springs from one ofl,
lhe  strongest   ami    mosl    admirable
1 ral;.- In the British character, when
he. described Britain as
"The land   where,  girl   With   tli til Is  01'
fO '.-,
\ man maj speak ths thing he will."
Ii 11 in British Columbia we find 0
min who seeks the besl possible opportunity���almost the only opportunl-
The  other  question   suggested     is,
why  was there even the form of an
election on Saturday?   We need liaiel-
ly  say that,  politically  speaking,   we
have not an atom of faith either in
Mr. Bowser or in the government of
which he is a member; but we do think
that he had sense and reason on his
side when he said that, having been
elected at the  head  of the  poll    six
nionths ago,  he should not have    to
make another fight for the seat now.
The fact that a man is strong enough
(politically)  to he invited  to join the
government is a very poor reason for
subjecting him to the time and money
wasting process of re-election:   but if
is   a   very   considerable     temptation,
both to the man himself and  to the
! government of which he is a member,
to go in  for "nursing"   the    constituency in a way which may be neither
legitimate   from   the   ethical   point   of
view, nor fair to the rest of the coun- '
try.    Il  is unparliamentary  to attribute motives;   and  we trust  that  no
one   would   dream   of  accusing  Us  of
doing such  a   thing,  bul    one    may
properly make note of the curious coincidences which occur from  time to
time,  and  the general  remarks  which
we  have  been  led  to  make    on  ihis
matter of re-election recall the fact���
wel]   known  as   to its general  outline
��� lhat   there  has been  a   battle  royal
behind   the  curtain   which   hides   the
internal  workings of (he government
from   the vulgar  curiosity  of  prying
grits and all people of thai  kind. The
issue was, Should Mr. Fulton lifeop the
[portfolio   of   attorney   general    and
leave thai of lands and works for Mr,
Cotton, or should he  keep  lands and
works and leave the attorney generalship for Mr. Bowser? Now Mr. Cotton
sits for Richmond and Mr. Bowser for
Vancouver:   and   the   coincidence     is
that, while the fight was pending, .and
no   man> knew  whether    the   coming
bye-election   would   take    place    in
Richmond   or   in   Vancouver,   it   was
discovered  by the eagle eye  of    tha
government   that   both     these    constituencies suffered  through  the wan;
[of many  things���court    honsrs    an.i
I speedways  anil   a   host  of  other   requirements;     and    accordingly,    the
spigot  of    the  treasury   wag openeel
I wide so that  a  refreshing stream of
public works   appropriations    should
flow into both constituencies.    Of the .
various   incidents   of  the    battle    of
course      we     know      nothing���"who
fought, who fled, who basely live, who.
bravely   died."   or  how   it   happened
that Richmond was not in the field at
the last;  but we do know���and herein is the coincidence���that these two i
constituencies got away with   a large
percentage of the    amount    available'
for public works.
Lectured From  Elevated Stand.
Edmonton. Alta..    Aug.    5.���Providence together with the anxious care1
of the nursing staff Of the Misericor-
dia hospital, saved George E. Woo I, a
young   carpenter,    from     a     horrible
death   yesterday.     The   ward   where,
the man was is on the third storey of
the   hospital   and   a   stone  cornice   a
foot wide runs around the building on
the level with the window sills, Wood'
made a elash for the win low and  toi
the consternation of the nurses started   walking  along   the   stone   cornice.
He paraded up and down the cornice
.'until he finally reached the tow9r at
the  corner of the  hospital.    There be
stood   and   continued   his   address   to
an   audience  gathered  on   the  street
[ below.   Some of the staff of the hos-
: pital coaxed the man to return to the
ward Nut lie was deaf to their appeal.
i He did not share their terrible anxiety eif seeing him slip and being burled to death on the ground below.
A plan was hit. upon by one of the
staff, A neighbor was sent for and
a bottle of whiskey produced. With
this one of the nurses cajolled the
man in from his perilous position and
once safely within, thfe windows
we're closed and a man detailed to
watch him until the police authorities
arrived.
DIAMONDS
We carry the best stones that can be bought; thev come
right from Amsterdam through our Eastern Agent
You have a specialist to buy them in the first place, and
a specialist to wait on you and give you all the information you may desire in reference to any precious stones
Come in and inspect our stock before you purchase one
or all are equally welcome to look or to buy.
Diamond Rings from   -   -    $8.75 to $600
HORACE
GOLDSMITH SILVERSMITH DIAMOND   MERCHANT
COLUMBIA  ST..   NEXT  TRAM   OFFICE.
Influence of Standard Cil  Fines,
New York. Aug. .".���Prices if stocks
broke sharply on the opening ���'' I al-
ings on Wall street this morning, in
i response to the sentimental Influenc
of ''m- heavj fines Imposed in Stan-
dar! oil. The vastness of I he fin ' -
Impose i and pending is stagge ing tl
financial world.
UK ARE ONLY A fP
LEFT OE THE
The
All-Canada Loses Match.
Melbourne, Australia, Aug. ���"..���
Twenty thousand Australians saw the
home team defeat the All-Canada
team Saturday at Melbourne, by a
score of 5 to 3. The match was cl ;
from beginning to end. and great enthusiasm was displayed by the spectators.
fashion Livery Stables
BELL IV'GLES & CO., Props.
Rigs of All  Descriptions For
Hire       	
Smart Driving Horses
Natty Turnouts
Horses Groomed, Stabled and
Fed        	
Horses For Sale and Hire
30 acres of level land with 1320 foot waterfrontage, onl
1 mile from the bridge, on the Great Northern Railway,
Price, $8 per foot
ON EASY TERMS.
Hale &  Lane
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335
P. O. Box iW
BELL   INGLES  &   CO.
Eighth Street   -   ���   Phone 2;j0
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on   6th   St. car  line       -        -        -        $300 each
Corner lots 9th St. bet. 3rd & 4th Av. 500    "
Inside lots between 3rd & 4th Av. 400
Lot on Agnes street 66x132        -        -       $1000
Several of these lots near the Vancouver car line
$175 each,   $25 cash,  balance $10 pcr month.
Better terms if you take more than one.
P. PEEBLES 11
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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miiimmj?f\mn -������������. .b.'.'.iii
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Another large  shipment   of   WALK-OVER
goods received,  opened  up and  now ready
for sale.   But to-'sell them is an easy matter
THEY SELL THEMSELVES.
We have on show the nobbiest of nobby in
Oxfords and boots, with black or tan, button
or lace, in the following leathers: Patent Colt,
Patent Calf, Gun Metal Calf, Platinum Calf.
Chrome Russia Calf, and Vici Kid. In fact,
styles and material to suit any taste whatsoever.
WE SELL HIGH-
GRADE SHOES
House on Tth Avenue, near ith street,
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.    Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPAN
THC��. V.. Pr   RSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE  -and INSURANCE
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE
Tho "St:__y Satisfactory" Rantf
"An abundance of hot water,"
says the Monarch man, is
quii kly obtained and easily
I ke pt because of tho very !ar<je
heating burface of the Monarch
I ;'in extension water front. It
is located on the left side of
the fire box and does not interfere in the least with the perfect working of the oven."
HOUSE, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
We invite inspection of our Ranges
'SON & SONS
Hardware, PainU and OHs 187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
*����� Agents  for   "KLEENO" "&* (lY( AUGUST 0. 1907. ^
TIIE   DAILY   \ i  WB.
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llir Millinery Store-
being occupied during thit month by Thos.
Gifford, the jeweler, the millinery stock
ajjl occupy a portion of the Ready-to-
Wear Department at the rear of the main
store, where the sale of the balance of the
summc' stock will be continued.
are offering wonderful BARGAINS IN
UMMBD MILLINERY during the next few days
Ltable. Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear Ha
re,miar $2.50 and $3.25.    Choice 50c
latber lol ap to $5.00, go al $2.00
j^rer.,     -   Napoleon Hat> go al 25c
|:;:v - ' ',. and 50c White Duck Tarns i
  25c and lOi ei ch
jrei s Trimmed Flops. $2.50 lines for .    .$1.2
Come Early For These Snaps:
|, ;        Suits (all new stock), $1.50 I 95c
re'Wash Blouses, all sizes, white and colored; $1.50 for  95c
[is'Wash Dresses, all white ai
"    for  95c
\. S  -.-. only a few lefl from the $2.5 I and
$3.5   ��� ��� here they go, all one pric*  low    $1.50
��� Linen Skirts,   cul   >���. n   -   ie and
ully tailored an'  ��� .      ately      shed
n lace insert i in;  worth $7.5   and
| '      Choice now . .      S2.7.*:>
Blouses, usual $1,00; salt pi ice    . 50c
Bl iuses up '.    $1.5 : sale price... 75c
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'-White Pique C >ats u
- t .2.25i r     $1.25
Sale of Colored Underskirts
���hints, assort ; -   lors nnd qualities,
. ������ sample lini s,  about 50 in the 1 it;
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STORE   CLOSES    M    5    P.M.
H* SMITH
267 and 271 Columbia Street, New Westminster.
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Wash.,      ''" ei    Boutilier    bool ��� ��� ipi      i
, nigh ,  Re(cl '-    |    le e v i n ���-;  shorl I
liis  oil hom.'   nt   Halifax, wheri   he
Intends i., reside In fin n
Idenly    at J. A   Cunningham returned yes!
���                 isl  rda ���! i       ���   rning     from     Blackle     epitk'
���   na                be    In- whpiv   h.   ,-. ��� ���    Saturdaj   nighl  and
��� "io ��� Sunda    In "imp.
" >.    lo      Sixl                   wes     '���' Citj Clerl Duncan will I ��� i      todaj
Twelfi                d'.''   _asb     A  snap, for Blalm   aeompanied by his family,
VV It    ���>.  Shilea  Columbia where thej   will   spend    two    weeks
Itj holida ���
regula                      if   tl      ;"';i! W.   S   Collitei   ani   wife,   went   up
^rnit                  if  Od'll Hows   No   27 'as:   evening   to   the   North   arm    of
the O Idi ������ Bui r ������    Inlel   when   thej  will remain
imber o   nev   mem- In  earn]   for a few   day?      rhe    will
���    Inltl iti stay at i' iholly.
"''    il   tlnd   o            iwer    it -' ��� ime    Haldis arrive I In   101
:    I ���    tlorisi
ingellstic i 'ni'-
.;...��� ....    .    ,.
esterri
irru
. ���  ���    , which I    Son-   Fron    stree
���,   ..
al esterda     morning    t<   load
-' , ee fo     Uaska     She  w I!   tal e
em abe thre    hundre I   tons of cargo
��� ��� ��� ���    Kyle
The       al wee coi    <    will
be  ������ ���    the Cr          in  Thurs-
of sawdust 1 ��� nins   ���'������ ,     ���   mlng    ��;     spier ,;'
ist coupl nea     hi m       n 111 ered 1)     he
ind   I       :       land.
keep  o
A meetlnei of thi   Ni "   W' stminster
, ,. Rlfh      ;    :" hel even-
of  th ���        " ei
ini; li    hi   Columbian offici   witl    hi
oi   wate     i      11   time
i lapta ���    1, D   Taylor In ti      ���'< il       \
hrei    Hii hi 'gee     with   numbe   ol communieal'      othei
j | oo       ��� ....    .... .   interesl  nnl;   I     I i   mem-
Wen    'emai I      bei s wen   lea    p Ith
ioHc mo ���'
Th''  provincial  fire fisrbtinn forces
i ie I bj   Dep ��� Vlex. i
McQuarrie and Domfnion
. ���. rnmenl   ra bar
with busi   tires '������ cii II        H;
land'i can 3  Ine river
lasi   Friday   an     S       ' ' rhi    I
crowded verj clos- ��� imp   an I
th.- combined effoi govern
menl   men  and th    lo fgers  were
needed to prole ��� - imp from des-
< ruction i ons I ; r ible timber was l<
stroyed. Deputj Warden McQuarrie
reports thai there are verj few fire'-;
ln his division, There are a couple
near Cloverdale' which are still threal
eninn, but as ve-.; no property has
been destroye'
John Walsh. the vrell known tallo '
or this city, will depart today for California, where hp will form a life
partnership with a young woman
whom he has nol   seen since she- was
a Utile' girl,    v  ��� ried yesterday
by a News reporter as to the nature.
of his errand, Mr   Walsh  stated  thai
he>  had   not   ' n   feeling    well    for
some time, and had decided to take a
trip,    li   was   latei   ' larned   thai   Mr
Walsh'    llsorde   -.������ as a cardial  affei
tion. ami   thai   he   would   bring   bark
balm tha ; i ������ lected to relieve thi
maladj bj which he is troubled. The
future   Mi      Wai       ;    al   present  re-
" ',;'''   ab m       lies   from   9
Francisco.
U>o      hirty-five    ���      ���        	
I     ' ical nesl  ol  I >v Is  wei I
to Vancouver lasl     i       ��� '������������
car  ���     lay a fraterni i   thi
Vanc eti ���'    b 'anch     Tl     s i '':,e!   lefl
Davies   &   'bis ,       at 7 3     and    e	
v   nco    ������   ab ml  12.30 I his 	
n
; ' Peo-
���-   L'n   ei city  and Vai John   o ned Sundaj
ken; from hia summer cotti ���     a    Burrard
Mounl   Inle       lien   ; ���   I         iding 10
Thi    casi    ��� . ���' >   ������ ���'"     ui
mo 'ning ni      evi-
,.      . need.
I i iquet:   oi   fun
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P,   '-MS.
IRVING   BPER5,  Mt*i-.
Engagement Extraordinary!
WEEK START!NC
MONDAY, Aug. 5
RAY
BRANDON'S
PLAYERS
TO - NIGHT
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED -Waitress appl.- Kenny's
restaurant tf
WANTED    10 ������    work ai     tho
glass works.    Apply at works. i
WANTED    Po 11   -     In  re^ il
fie    ;      ;ood        tier,    A ppl;    A   G.
O. Box 69
FOUND Collie dog (young) v th
Vancouver license tag fastened io
collar. Own'- can have sanv bj
paying expenses. Box (;. Dally News,
lost --Ladles Brooch, between Lytton hotel and tram office. Finder
please rot'irie to I. 'ton hotel and
receive rewarl
WANTED���A clerk    in a law    ofl
musi   have hail experience' in  business, preferablj legal business.   Address,  stating  salarj   expected   and
giving  references.     D.    S,
N'ews office.  New  Westmin  '
WANTED    By   mlddl.    aged   busi
Englishman, occupation in any po
��� ��� -���   en trust  with business abt'.'e y,
moderate salary, hlghesl  refen i
New Westminstei or Vancouver, Reply Box A. Dail;   News
6-romej house on Eighth stre '
en Third and Fourth avenue, i
i>   painted,  an !   pa] ered,   to  be   ;' Id
Immediately, a bargain at ?150i
cash.    Applj   McQuarrie &  Co., Fronl
���I ���,. ���
EMPLOYMENT    AGENCY���We    furnish hel]   ������    ill 1 In Is,   farm, I     h
saw mill, rallroa i labor, b.       '
etc..   etc. mali r'"iial".     V.
Canadian Pacific Employment   ^gcy
r.oi; Cordova streel  wi il Vancouver.
TIMBER LANDS���W,. deal exclusively in timber. Have large and small
tracts on water. If you wish to
buy or sell, see me. 3. R. Chandler,
407  TIastines  St..  Vancouver,  B.C.
KYLE'S
Good Cheer Store
Mrs    lohnston and f lend -.
Fivi - thai   Burrard   inlel     -is
. ������ ������       en populai'l  ��� and
thai    ' ���  ���   an   mon 	
ce   in   the  \dcinil j     of   A   ci ������ 11 --.     Porl
Moo along the North arm this
\.--u 4iian  e\ev  before,
oon,   lhe while
, ^ ���. - eel ni       tin     cai c
Si',-1'.!!, i   v,in   be   held    "t-
est ol
h, Vi
i
In Mizzouri
Summer Prices.     15c. 25c, 35c.
Matinee on  SgiJiCday:    15c, 25c.
sq e ire
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bur?     ������
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ice  ne ���
\ . ifterne
.
 Ii   Idina
i what es    -       e men      ���   o
,i      ������'���,:.   pari   In  the ci i
the    annual
ovincia Octobe        \   n port
n   .     will 1     mad'   : iti
��� venlng  to the Rm is   e	
R.    \    &   1    - "
i w       ni i the cit;   hall  at
loci   thi   evi ning.
vu ii
I ,e    e    ���
lltl
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\  letter was   received        lh    citj
file otln     la;   ���   ���    -     I to Mo
Kear; v    111 k, wl       Igned
s    i ������       ��� ed Carpenters   In	
....
Whal looks nicer than pood
teeth, properly kepi In
order?   Use HUNTS
Tooth Powder
and keep them clean.
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vVe Kave just opened up a crate ol
kvArcaJia' and YeicTs stock patterns.
M you require ar.y to complete your
seft, or want a new one. now is the
time.
Mce line of GLASSWARE \
just received.
ADAMS y DEANS
&ILL MORE BARGAINS IN
Ladies' and Children's
lleady-to-Wear Goods
^^ww
��'iiw �����qp
HE WHITE HOUSE
*��� I. BIRTCH,   -   275 Columbia Street
,f[lci hop   ai ;   hoti '
I Jl leave Tuesda
. .   ���  ��� ��� thi       iltiesa
Work  oT  I
,,.        olea  Hi
p        ei    . ,,,.,...
In ���        -, ..,
Const ru
:    ,     . thp H. C. TpIi
  Ill tal��
[wo  or tl
Th    flnl
\   ��� < ��� tnlustpr Hi
into     ' '     '���"   -'
n   the   preseni
u I
n iv, ������  ;-2      , 2 bottl ic at
.  ;    ���������    -
Hai        leymour   I       Indian
latnrda     In a of I ";'
| costs ln  the
.-���     ' , rrnl        -'
.
.     misii        .    Th s brave       i
s freedon  sed
.   ��� ��� im with the l
,  ���    . ta vlfe.   Al
iat�� hou ���    U;s- Seymour
: loaning her sad fate in
.   ���.-,���;.   ���   |i [fearl ment  nf th? policf
,   ,n, :iejr mwhand not having k ipt
��� tmifle to return with the eaah.
-i-iiiiii'iian homes loofc very attract-
it this season of the year wi:'i
;,, 1,-uii treefl in full bearing,   a U
:il,r,,  place',  within a  mile and  half
[rom attteet oar, nice house aivi
lng,  can   '-ee   hei'l   fef  $3,800;
I ,;iir| <j&B.i, balance on time,   v-
' & Shiles, Columbia stret, City,
- i  emploj mi nl    ol   J ipam se    on
HI   Wor- |
���: i the effect    tha      ';
I,:,,     i. .      ......     poinl
li   as no   lapau    i    m   Cl Itiann n
f-re heln      '    '      '  b;   the cl ;
non   In i- "i   e ul fonna
> Ion for !'<-���   ti "";    toui nai I  ivhl
.   hel I  In  >!,;-' hortl
 ol the month,    l In  pxn
date li as  nol   rei  I ��� i ��� 11  11 s ��� 11    ind I
im ol  ts has nol ' ifl
pii   luil   i i ummltti e  Is n    I
hin       111 b	
��� ii   h -1 ling   tb '  toui' ibnbl
:'      '' ii    lasl el     u I     \	
-ZpP     S*..M   <U    **mm*W    \,.M
WITHOUT A DOUBT -       i
tlv  popular price for Cabii   I
i hoi opraphs    ai I    di :idedly,
withoul  a doubt,    ���'"".   '
minstei   ���     pii     u     n alizing
thi  facl thai the
FOR
FRESH  EGGS
Phone m.   Z55 front St.
Order? delivered promptly
to all paris of the city.
Royal
We Eat to Live
But al the same time it  is nece
arv to know  whal we are eating.
StudlO At KENNY'S Cafe
Uxnii   Ihli-tj  i'i- e   ii   fori
il, , en  ,. impel
li
il  ten
'. i  i iod run ol    ockeye     look
���   along   the   Noi I h   a m   "I   the
Sunda i  nighl and j i stei da r, al
li     ither plices  th    run
small     Noi Hi ai m    :i ial -���   rivei
1 a oul   125 fish 'en Sun la -   nighl
an l   -''-���'��� ' i' ���    i ich    boat    secured
aboul 20 fish per drift.   The run was
mall in the vlclnil ���  ol  Stei
m   the   bo il -   not   averaging    more
forty  or  fifty,    during    Sundaj
ii   hi     II   was  reporte i  fr >m    down
thai  fairly good    catches   had
lie ii   Di;He  out  on   the outer    sand
heads  and   near  Point  Roberts.
Mayor Keary was authorized by the
city council In committee last evening to declare Aug, II a civic holiday,
in response to a request from D. K.
McKenzie of the Citizen's picnic pom-
nalttee, Mr McKenzie forwarded a
written request; mailing it last Saturday, but up to lasi evening the letter
hail nol been refteivefl by the city
clerk, In anticipation of th" arrival
nr the letter which Mr. McKenzie as-
���I i hem li -     ieen 1, tb .
AleU'i'iin'ii ado] '���';   i rei .lution gli
the Mayor pow ir to declare a hoi! laj
if N'tttat 14      m.
l Under u<".v management)
is giving the neari :t to perfection for t le, . arlety an I
value.
(ill III THF "ROYAL Cin STUDIO"
First! Always!   lis Headquartersi
You can n Ij upon Getting tl
Best i i  bb, erything.
H.'STEWARDSON
CKil Engineer and
I3raftsrnan
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WFSTMINS!ril
Read This!!
WE will have ready for occupation a
very nice HOUSE of six rooms in the
East End' in about two weeks. This place
has all modern improvements and is entirely
new. The workmen are still on the premises.
First come, first served, at $2300, on terms
-...
SV.cL.EOD, MARK &  CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists,"
New Westminster %
THE: DAILY NEWS.
TUESD*Y' AOGuJ
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A Nr.ED, JUST   LIKE SLEEP.
4�� Ihe iiiNiinc. tif Kntural Death  Bor��
in Mankindf
Tbe most convincing fact In proof of
'flic existence in man of an instinct of
natural death seems to me that reported by Toxursi.y in relation to an old
woman, In the lifetime of Toxarsky I
begged an acquaintance of bis to ob-
tain for me the details of this most in
teresting ense, of which I had found
but an Incomplete statement. Tox
arsky unfortunately could add nothing
to what he had published iu his article.
I believe, however, that I bave found
the source from which his instance bad
been taken.
In his book upon tbe physiology ot
taste, which had its day of celebrity,
Brillat-Kavarin relates the following.
"I had a great-aunt, ninety-three years
old, who was dying. Although for some
time confined to ber bed, sho had retained all her faculties, aud her condition was only betrayed by her loss of
appetite and tbe weakening of her
voice. She had always shown a fondness for me, and I was near her bed,
affectionately ready to wait ou ber,
���which did not prevent my watching
ber with the philosophical eye I have
ever had for the things and events surrounding me. 'Are you there, nephew?'
she asked, In a scarcely audible voice.
'Yes, aunt; I am here at your service,
aud I think you would do well to take
a little good old wine." '(.live, mott
ami. One can always swallow* liquid.'
1 hastened. Raising her gcutly, I made
ber take half a glass of my best wine.
She brightened for a moment and, looking at mc with eyes which had once
been very flue, 'Thank you,' she said,
'for this last favor. If ever you reach
my age you will find that death becomes n need, Just like sleep.'
"These were her last words. Half ac
hour later she bad fallen asleep forever. We unmistakably have here an instance of tbe Instinct of natural death.
The instinct was shown at a relatively
early age in a person who had retained all ber Intellectual faculties,"���Professor Elie Metchnikoff ln Harper's
FURIES IN THE ARENA.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
Beat a boy out of a dime aud the
crime will never outlaw.
Comparison may not be a detraction.
but It is certainly a half sister.
The truth with unselfish people is
they are liable to brag about it.
There Is only one way iu this world
to fret your own way���Insist upon it
Almost any defense would be all
right If you could make people believe it.
It Is Just as dangerous to tell some
people a secret as it is to fool with
a loaded gun.
When a man submits to a procession
wedding the other men look at hiir.
the way boys look at n boy whose
mother makes him wear long curls.
The man who has made a failure in
an.v line of business never has a very
good opinion of the man who started
in the same line at the same time and
made Jt a success.���Atchison Globe.
Too  Deep.
The story Is told of a lank. Uisconse>
tate looking farmer who one day during the progress of n political meeting
In Cooper institute stood on the steps
With the air of oue who has been sur-
felted with a feast of some sort
"Do you know who';- talking In there
now'/" demanded n stranger briskly,
pausing for a moment beside the disconsolate farmer, "or are you just going in'.'"
"No, sir. I've just ("one out." said
the- farmer decidedly. "Mr. Evarts is
talking In there."
"What about':" asked the stranger.
"Well, he didn't say," the farmer
answered, passing a knotted band
across his forehead.
a  ivt Tlgrer.
Out of a river bed where it had tumbled when ie-- dam waa put to flight
Mime' hunters in India fished a tlgei
cub, In two days it wa* as tame as a
kitten and grew uie tie.- playmate of
the camp terriers. It was very fond
of them and the terriers worshiped the
tigress. To allay the fear* of a woman
visitor the tigress was ome night chained up.   Nest morning the animal was
found wilb a mi nder Inr.    Sin- had
ii"t burl him,   1.1" was a thief ainl. nut
knowing   "!'   ber   existence.   ] i: i < 1   come
wilhin the area which bei length of
chain enabled ber lu command. Shy
sprang upou him. lay on hlm and kept
bim prisoner until guards (.'ime to re-
lease him.
Tbe v��'retailing Matclici. Between 'Warn
nit-n   In   Japan.
Describing a wrestling match b��
tween women fn Japan, a writer snys:
"The wrestlers arranged themselves Is
two sides, each led by a captain. The;
sat cross legged around the platforo,
in the dirt, all but the two chosen tc
begin, who advanced into the center
with the umpire. They squatted upon '
their feet and Bowed to each other
slowly and solemnly. Politeness thus
being fulfilled, they stood up again and
bent over opposite one another like
two gamecocks, watching intently for
a chance to seize an advantage'. During the preliminaries the audience was
tense with expectation. Then suddenly
tbe women sprang, hissing at each
other furiously and gnashing their
teeth, at tirst by simulating ferocity to
spur themselves up to greater excitement, but. after a few clutches, in
deadly feminine earnest, the umpire
meanwhile buzzing close to them as
they swayed around the narrow ring.
"Any and all holds seemed fair means
to the end of pushing a combatant over
the edge. Sometimes with a clean
throw one woman landed her opponent.
sprawling, in the midst of her friends.
This was the signal for the umpire to
begin, 'HItotsu, futatsu, mttsu, yotsu,
ItSUSU1 (one, two. three, four, fivei. iu
a series of irregular and disconnected
squeaks, aud before he ceased counting another wrestler from the losing
side jumped up to meet the champion,
who stood panting, hissing and spitting
like a boiling kettle in the center of the
arena.
"This time there were uo preliminaries. A wild rush, and like two furies or two beasts the women were
Struggling again. Some affected quick
dutches, some locked tlreir adversaries
In their arms and stood stock still for
a full five minutes. Some picked up
their opponents almost at once and
threw them bodily over the ring, while
ethers rolled over with them."���Chieagc
News.
Valuable Proper tit
All over the city for sale on easy terms. Acreage on the
proposed B. C. E. R, route to Chiiliwack. Lots on the
proposed new route to Vancouver. Houses in every
district.        Farms throughout the Fraser River valley,
SAPPERTON   LOTS.
265.    1.  2  and  20 of Sab.  Lol  7  ol
Suli. Block 2.    $450.
12,  13,  1-1.  15,   iti.  17, IS, ]!i, of Suh
Lot !.  of Suh Block 2.    $1100.
]��� 2 of Sub Lot 10 of Sub Block 2.
$300.
1���27���2S    of    Sub    Lot   12 of S e:
Block  2.    $450.
x   Terms lor above, one-third casi
balance 6, 12 and is months.
160 ACRES  about  two   miles   lien. 2 HOUSES   e.n  1  lot. Keary Street,
Aldergrove station,  30 acres  cleared j Sapperton; 5-rooms and kitchen, wood
anl partly fenced, good  house,  barn shed and -i rooms, kitchen 'ind wood
and stable.   Price $16 per acre; $1760 shed.   $1000 each, one-third cash,bal-
cash, balance' to b(   arranged ance easy.
134 ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2,DIst. LOT on  13th  Sireet,  south  side ol
Un S; two collages: south sidi of iiv- 4th Avenue.    Price $200 cash.
it. near bridge.    $300;   half eash. -- -s   ACRBS,   black   loam   land,  all
l   U'Ki:   ai ceenie:-e.f approach to ploughed and cleared and dykeJ;    N.
'bridge, on the north side of same, with E.  >..  Ste:. .",.    $75 per acre, one-third
store;    cleared  ami fenced    in front, cash, one-third :: months, one-third <'.
$1000;  terms���$300 r-asb, balance ar- montbs,
:  LOTS, .    ..
cleared, upj 0| '���;. u-.|
'ween 1st and .
each.
PJ
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fccou'
IN.!
fciiich1
,ai
lays
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toe
Urs.
iser
ranged.
7 LOTS.  120x52, facing Mb Avenue
AMERICAN ART.
TTie Wny Men uf JMrium May Promote
ll* A-d-vanrriiioiit.
It is an eneoirraging theory that al!
Important art epochs have been preceded by epochs of great wealth, and
It cay well be that the present multl
plication of large fortunes will be the
foundation of a more ideal condition
cf society, affording, as these fortune*
do. the support of extensive artistic
undertakings, as did those of (lenoa
and Venice. And while it would be i��
sensate folly to fill our museums exclu
Kively witli work by Americans, It Is
more and more to be expected that our
artists will profit by the showing they
make in such collections as the comparative exhibition of a few years .igo
lu which they he-let their own with for
sign masters of the same departments
Tbe first way. therefore, ro help
American art is to buy worthy pictures
Dy American artists. Our rich men���
particularly, our new recruits In this
class���should bear iii mind that an exhibition of. let us say. the' Society of
American Artists, has as high a stand
ard of .admittance as the Paris Kalor-
and is likely tn contain less trash, nnd.
that, purely as a matter of Investment
to urge nee higher motive, it pays to
buy the best Americnn work.
Another way for those who wish by
their wealth 1.. add tee lhi' pleasure of
their couptryinen Is t.e give or bequeath
n portion eef it to a museum for the- encouragement ef native art, and to bt
of the highest efficiency such a bene
faction should he without condition. '���:
7s said tha; lei Boston it i- no: rus.peeta
ble to die without making a bequest *.<
Harvard university or the .Museum cf
Art. Certainly that city has an enviable refutation for tbe unceasing, ever
vigilant civic pride a nil solidarity that
made Emerson exclaim of it, "Thou
darling town e.f ours!"   Centurv.
160 acres less right cf way about S
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced:
1 1-2 story house 1Sx28. lean too 14x28
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 an!
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each K'xi2; wagon'
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged eat 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house; $1500.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
2   LOTS.   132x132, N.-W.   corner  of   4   lots   cleared,   small   house,   chicken
loth Street   and   St. Andrews.
$1050: half cash.
1   LOT. full  size,    Block 59,
Price  house. 17." chickens; fenced. Inclusive
price $1500. $1000 cash,
Lot  8,       HOUSE   ��'.   rooms,   flush   closet,   1%
Sub. li; partly cleared.   $200. or $150  storeys, on  4th Avenue, one lot from
cash.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., iinl
ST. AND PL\E ST.; ORCHARD.
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS: 7-ROOM
HOUSE. ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $:;0<iu
CASH, AND BALANCE JN 6, 1'!.
IS, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
House and cottage on Columbia si
NOW, THEN, WhAT DO
YOU  WANT BETTER THAN  THIS?   house rents for $25, cottage  for $1.
27U acres of the best soil, 10 acre's   $5,000, easy terms,
cleared, under cultivation;  200 young
fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear;
2nd Streel on south side.    Price $1800.
hall' cash.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenui
north side  between First and Second
streets.  No.  5.  6 and  7.    Price $400
each or $1100 for the three.
Fall sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $225.
2s acres on Mara road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 %.
2 lots on 8th St. between 5th and
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 60x
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for
12(i acres, E 1-4, section 2". town
ship D, Maple Ridge, l barn 7o.\7s ft
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms;    hen   j   |,arn  ;;>x70  f;.,  6-room  house,    all   both, half cash, halance easy
houses,  in  good   order;    some  acres  nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres  ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,..,,..,,......,..,,.,,
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes, under cultivation: balance as pasture,
Water from nearby spring. Balance easily cleared, 2 acres of orchard;
of property easily cleared. Price' good rich bottom land; 2 good wells
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 0 and creel;; $100 ; cr acre; $4,000 cash,
and 12 months. balance easy.
One acre, corner of
Alitor! and llth Street
ond Koyal Avenue
$2,500
This property is only % mile from      House 30x42, 4th    St., between 4\b  '���
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chick-   and 5th Ave ;    2 single and 1 double
ens and ducks could be sold with the   bedrooms    upstairs,    and   bath  room
property at a snap. down stairs; parlor, dining room, kit-, 5
chen and pantry.   Full sized lo! running back to Ash  St.    Price $3/800;
$1,500 cash, balance at $50o per yeai .
at 7 jeer cent.
2'j storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with
fruit trees am! nice lawn. Price ;
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent. '
1   lot  No. 24   on   Llth.  street   south
side of -Bh avenue.    Prh'c $200 casb.
_._.������_..������ .       , 2 houses comer or   Merrival   a::.I
7 lots Nos. n to 86 and <<d, bu faces   Agnes;  . ,;���  b\Zq$ iot;    city blocl. 31,
Subdivision of let 46, block 6, com-   on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,  lo:   11;    one house rents for $25, the
prising some of the finest residential  4 lots cleared without a stump; small  ";1"'r *'"���   flusn  close's  ani  all connected    with    sewers.      Pric   $3,500,
���I LOTS  .
6th Aven ie .      outh sidi     I
37 A.- 38, full . $1100J
four, or $300 t
24 acre .. e ^j
front;     12   . eared;   a
bouse, lath a. : .. 'i-:ed;\-oJ
chicken bai n and trull :-.l
kinds. Price 5 .0(0. Terms' ol
cash, balanci   G aud 1.' month!
Double    tei i  house, tl
1st and 2ml St : lot, Pr'jeel
cash half and hall '.r. 6 monthsT
Rents for $10 i    I -.'nan.."
4b acres v .. ��� ;.;, \ !; ���
(ef Tn, 2, aboul
Haworth road, S u rey; housi
1'.., storey bou ��� rooms finisl
other 3 can bi ad li d upstalnE
shack; 1 Vj acn - i cared and!
with clover, ri ' rly easily'
One mile froi
$1.200;. term- I ash, y\
mi ;::hs at 7 '/..
Full sized lot N . 12 on RoJ
an I  8th  St.    Pr  ��� $.1050, U
��� balance at 7 '.; pi: annuo
Westerly 4,  ll       I     Sub.
132x1112  conn r .-���: s;;_i
houses drawing %2- ���: ::;��� _:_|
$5,000, half cash, alance Ig i\
months,
160 S.E.  \ of Si ction 26,1
10 acres,partly eli an I; KaaalJ
running through
north   of   Webstei ��� corner;
mill and PC), a; :h- -*���?' ,--"\
her worth $7 per ai re; ceiar
���1 miles   from   Pi ri   Hanej |
$2,100;  term.-  $1 I ���'
ranged.
S.-W. Sub, Tow   ��� ��� -;|
railway runs alongside old (���
, hard. Price }i 5 pi i acre; la
Caah, balance' in  	
1 acre clay, ho ise i n tramSL
Joyce station; parti cleareH
across front facing nam li I
$700 cash, balance arra
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Two acres in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
160 acres, 2 miles from city,
$-10 i <r acre
Twi lots on ivh street, between  7th and Sth avenues.
1 f 111 size lot, block 0, lot 14.
St. Patrick's Square; Price
$450.
1 lot, 55^x166, Tenth street,
Off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Tern..- $200 eash, balance terms
to suit.
Ihe  J elm   ol   Bombay.
iii no city in ihe world Is there u
public vehicular system se. Irresponsible and so dangerous to human life �����
in Bombay, liven were the gharry-
walla a Jehu of ordinary Intelligence
the principle of allowing Europeans tc
be ebaaed by tw ��� three, trh.-irrywallas "sahlblng" for a fare would be an
affront to tbe ch Hissed public of llm
dty. But tbe Bombay gharryw.iIla Ir
notoriously the mosl stupid Individual
i" be found on the. parth'�� surface,
,N bile as i  v ;. ho is Ilie personification e.f cruelty to his horse and nt
disregard of the- public safety. Bom.
hay Gazette,
eites in the city for sale exclusively house,   chicken    house,    175    choice
by  us.   This magnificent  property is chicken.-; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash,  nionths at 7 <\
situated on the comers ol F'jurth avenue,    First    sireet     (facing    Queen's '   ^   ll";lst*.  G   roonis    and     flush
park-  and  Emory street, comprising closet on 4th rfvenue, one lot from 2nd
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on street on south side; fruit trees. Price
First streel at $700 (excepting the cor- $1900;   1-2 cash, terms for balance at
ner  lot  faring  Fourth    avenue    anl 17 per cent.   Size of lot 55x165.
First street, held at $10CCi; two lots $350 cash, balance on easy terms.
on Fourth avenue, 42  1-2x120, at $600
''ash $2,000,    balance in  6,  12  and  18
per   lot;   four lots,   52   1-2x85,   $450;
five l its, $400.   Call at our < fflce on
Fi'o-.et stn e' and lnspe 11 ��� I.'tis.
No.   306,���9-roomed   house, with   bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St,
Price $4,000; tei ms 'j ca h, halance
;: and 6 months al 7
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3, Price
$500 'e r three or $175 cadi; 1-2 cash
hal,mc' 'i months al 7 per cent.
]i r. re  ' ���  ween    Qui i n's and  3i el
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of I
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per c< nt
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 ol
2, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 0 months at 7 per cent.
Sax lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars i n
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Ave-, on wesl side of 10th; No. 5 and  Centrally located In a commmandlng
.;. Block 48;  132x165 teet; ;. I cleared   "tuation;   Third   avenue, at   foot  of
and  fenced,   Price  $1050; $550 cash,
Fifth street,   Two ami one half-stori
House,   full   sized   lot,   on   Keary
street, Sapperton;   rentB for $10 jeer
balance In G montl
Full sized lot i'ii Royal avetaue, be-
month.   Only $1,050.
A   Fnmomi   Tenor.
Apart from Its wide range, the natural beauty and sweetness ol the voice
of Sims peeves tu'M his audiences
spellbound and fully entitled him to be
termed ihe. finest English tenor ol his
day. He especially excelled In cra-
torlo parts, while in opera bis sucaeas
was Bcarcely less pronounced. Perhaps n was as a singer of English ballads that Sims Reeves appealed to tho
majority, and it will probably be many
a long day before tve shall hear a more
exquisite rendering of "Sally In Our
Alley" than that of which this great
���tenor was, callable.   London Mall.
Sol In ills tine.
.smart���I'm thinking of a trip abroad
Knox-(ih, come nue.' You can't uf-
ford that. You're nol a.-customed to
tbal sort oi thing, Smnrl lia. hit! F
simply said 1 was thinking e.f it. I can
afford to Ihlnlt, can't l': Knox���No
That's whal 1 mennl when I said you
were met accustomed to that sort or
thing.   Philadelphia Press.
Seven   roomed   house  all
modern improvements, north
i side of Hamilton St.   $1500
1-2 cash balance easy  at   7
per cent.
house. Ten rooms (recently iiapere.ii
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, Hush closet, lava-
lo...-, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane In rear; part of lol
e on Van ouver road, c       rjSGt 0l'l with fruil irees.   Price' $2,750.
tween Fourth and Mi rrh ih ; ;.:: e-'. ;:r
ed. $1,200, $800 i    ii
I of iiiii-;,- road.   $2__c   er acie,   Acre-
a; el     elling fast al this juice.
J No.  SOS.   S-i oome I   : ton e,   with   her li
room.   (���;;-.;   Ami'.-;   St,      $2,500;    :_,
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scot! road. 15 a, ;������������;
cleared; harn 50 \ 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance ,') anl 2 mos. at 7 ',.     cash, balance' easy.
One acre in block i(|
tween  18th anil 16th
on Sth Ave.   Price j|
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
Large lot anel ya> cottages]
lumbia street, Sapperton. Bot��|
at $10 each.
One and one-half 1
full size lot, situate 1 north i
Royal aveuue and corner o( Mel
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hi
cold  water, closet; [
bearig   fruit  tre' s;     treets onj
sides;   fine  view.    Prl :e $''S
cash.
Lot facing 2nd SI , between01
and 3rd Ave., seci nd I from Ql
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all cleared!
alongside and back. Price ��f
half cash, halance easy at 7
One lot No. 12 on Royal Avtl
third lot from Eighth street, |1|
for  sale exclusively.
150 acres Improved land      I
and sheds come.'.''.'. :;'i: ''    j
all under cultivation, $15,000. I
can   handle  this, don'l
bargain; terms can 1"' arranged
160 acres ge.nl  fi   '
about ,'iv. miles from rlvei i    1
road, $12 per acre; a real g     >
Part of lot 369   |i
; about   70   acres-,   <i
Half cash.   Jump,
2 lots, 20, 21;  No, 20, $,7C: 'V*
(corner)  $175.    Durham and
etreets.
;  KFor  the above  : Jl
special price will i"1 n ��������� ���''
chaser.
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Visiting Britisher - But you have
nothing to sec over here nothing, I
mean, in the way of grand old things
that have long since fallen into (11s-
Uijp. Gothamlte ��� We haven't, eh?
Walt (ill you get a copy of the city
ordinances. -Life
Finished Prod net,
.Mrs. Uprnone (al bench showi���Look
ct thai bulli).eel isn't he the most
hideous ami repulsive creature ymi
ever saw? Mr. Dpmoro (dog fancier)���
1'ou bel la. Is! He's a beautyl���Chicago Tribune.
Sodden   Mope,
Tiresome Caller (after a long pause)
-At our club meeting the 'ither day 4
made Q move- Miss Sharp (with sudden animation) -Oh, Mr. Borelt, can
you?���Baltimore American.
Comparing  \<ili-��.
Bleeker���My wife got the best of me
tn an argument this morning. Meeker
���My wife never got the best of me
tint once. Bleeker- When was that?
Meeker -When nbe ^mitd oil.���CW-
��a��o Nes*
Hit  Ambition.
Elsie (aged Ave) I do hope some
Dutchman will marry me when I jrrow
np. Aunt Mary Why, dear? Elsle-
'Canse I want to be a duchess.
PtERA
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THE
REAL
Tiie word "Jew," strictly speaking.
ac;iC3 n member ot the tribe of .Ttidah.
Telephone   333
ESTATE   BROKERS
FrOnt   Street Telephoned �� St earners
rCP.B. *** unb-
Ti ii*i:: s w 1U5'
MISSION BRANCH.
PR-M!r ,- SeatUe 15.50.
fe32io;ar.K.W. 18.40.
Cbtidsstbb junction.
|^=TV - ,        5.40, 17.35.
I;.S   iuo'18-40-
f' vnRTHEHN RAILWAY.
IT ^.m ��� ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
����*�����������.��  Seattle 10p.m.
I     .v_\'\N0OUVER
ViJi anJ 9:55 p.m.
, ���"���� -,.-],.. and 4 p.m.
If "PORT GUICHON.
TW%:I5 .*;  "��� OulchoD
tenon. *w P  m": &r' N' W"
L and 6 P- m
nlECTRK'-VANCOUVEa
iTwMtmlnster 5.50, 6.50, l
f^ud evt:y half hour there-
��� u p. m.
Lcouver tor Westminster at
1(0.
[ser River and Gulf
UP RIVER
L y y     ���' ed. Frid. 8 a.m
| Chwk. Tu    Tb, Sat., 7 a.m
,Jy ^ t        ���   Sat 8 a.m.
J Chwk! Sui    ,.-;.. Fri.. 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER
\-^-. ; s  Sunday 2 p.m
itrtp, Moi        " ;,-ra-
'sieves   :.  i a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.'.
Mail Service
R. train at 7:15
J .  in.:
, via Hunting lon,
| , s ���'.-   except  Sun-
erton   S'o.   1,   dally   except
.   Vancouver.   \
asl i daily. M
:.- -   receive l
| . Electric railwa
:'    .
I       N     I,  dallyexcepl Sun
I eee Ived 9 u. m.
I G.N.R, train, 8 15 a.m.;
.    emekl,   Port   Kel i
I Pi airle, Blaine   i 11
In Washington an.l
i nts   in   easti  ..
I - -   Sun lay,  Return
I 10 p. in.
I: lays   an I  Thursdays;
I esd i.'- .i   and    Sa' ir-
I.- rei eived  Mon i ij -
8. <'. Electric rail a iy,
I .:   Vict irla,  No   1:
I except   Sun ia;
��� I at 2 p. in.
|l :. 1:13 p. m.:
I d illj . xcepl Sun la;.
���.. d at 1:10 p. m.
12; "i noon:
| - i ij s and Friday's
te i Tues lays an I
P.R. boat, 2:30 p m.
in, on Sat.inlays:
mi Island. Porl
ton, Sunbury. dally
li- turn malls receiv-
��� il a. ni.
Wi dnesday,    Rei u n
��� ��i :       |aya  and  Saturdays.
Electric  railway.
'   m.:
N '.   ':  Victoria, No, 2.
��� i. .     Uel urn   mails
p. in.
Return    mall    at
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Anv  aval .    ;.    .      .
In the Railwa..  B sit in Brit
eing li  thi  District)
the Province'
particularly
lol :  subdiv-
. .   tei  of Section
������  required
a    if the tax pur-
���
Tenders   for   License   to   Cut   Timber
on Do-nimon Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SKA!..;.)  TENDERS  addressed     to
the  Comlssloner  Of  Dominion  l_an.K
���five  -lays    from  Department ol the Interior, and mark-
llcatlon   of ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim-
otherwlse I shall  ber Berth N , 525," will be received at
R       :    as owner thla Departmenl until 12 o'clock noon
bla, may be homesteaded And I hereby direct 16n Wednesday, the 28th day of August
son who is the sole head rty  flays in  a   19,)T,  for  ,   license to cut' timber  on
or any male ove-:    - shed    at.    New Berth No. 525, comprising lands situ.
the extent  nf   _s����� ':      ���' ';i��   *����     he
he extent o.   oni _ of g0 ^
160 acres, more it the Land Registry Offlce,
Entry must be  .. at|NewWe.    dnstei   Province of British
the local land office te he disl        ,   .    .              s 18th da     f July, A.D.,
which the land La ,
The homesteader is required to C' ?   KE1TH
form the conditions ,   ���                             . ...k   District Registrar
with under one ol      -. '   1 and H. Burton.
M.                                          H        ' served with this notice,
(i>      ,  '' ": s;x montl        5idence|and I . ,s, claiming through or under
U:'���� anl   '        ���    '"'���    :      l��m ta! them,   u -   . ....   clalmlag   any
each year for thr-      - bt... .  .   ; ,
M.nister of the Interior, for the am- j
ount of the bonus which the applicant I
is prepared to pay for a license.
The highest or an;- ten ler nil nec-
cessarily accepted.
N'o tender by telegraph will be en- |
;er: ained.
PERLEY G   KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, July 5th, 1907.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT.
(���>    '' '-' If the   -       -    --'������"���'���  instrument,  anl  all
tath���   Is deceased      - ��� ...: , : [ng  ,n- interest in the
ate in the Province of British Columbia, anl described as follows:
Timber  Berth   Nei.   525,  comprising over  the  following described    lands,
the North half of section 29, West eef situate  in  the Coast  District:
Mara Lake, the North half of section 1���Commencing at a post    planted
29, and all section 32 in Township 20, at   S.  E.   corner  thereof   and  situate
Range  8, West of the 6th meridian, about 20 chains distant in a N. E. dlr-
containin.^ an area of 185 square miles j ection from the S. \V. corner of sur-
more or less. veyed lot 495, thence north 160 chains,
The berth must be surveyed within thence west 40 chains, thence south
ie year after the date of the notice  160 chains, thence east 40 chains.
awarding the  berth. 2���Commencing at a post planted at
The  regulations under  which a  li- the   south-east   corner   thereof    and
er :"" ������'-   .' m  . ��� .... ( . init;    "
���>'- the lan . ��� :.-��� red requli
meats as te resi . [Sfle |
:'-' such ] a re . with tht
'���                  ther.
( ;     '   the .-��� .   ...:.
8"t resl lence         . .,-) own.
ed by him In the ���- Ini . - ;, une
stead,   the   re mlrement. i.   to resi
���I - en     whose title is
cense will    be issued, also    printed  about 100 chains  distant In a north
forms .er tender and envelope, may be  direction from the south-west corner
obtain   :  ii this Department oral the of surveyed lot 495, thence north 80
EASY DOOR FASTENERS.
Only   One   Kind   of   Look   tin-    l-:*|.#-i*
Hoi-glnr   (nn't   Pick.
"There's only one lock in tbe world
that I can't open if you'll give me a
few minutes at it, and as for ordinary
door and Jrawer locks, I'll open then)
ns easily as if there was no hick there
Any expert burglar can do the same."
The foregoing statement was made
by an experience locksmith of Kan
sas (''Ity.
"Few   persons   know   bow   insecure
their homes are," he continued.    "Few
Take notice that I, Henry Grose, of I persons realize that the average lock
Vancouver, B.  C .  timber  cruiser, in- i is absolutely worthless for keeping ont
tend   to   apply   for   a   timber   license1 an experienced burglar.   The ordinary
door lock is good for nothing hut reminding casual business or sort a 1 callers that they must ring to be ailmltteei.
None of these ordinary 'door fasteners,' and that's the best you can rail
them, will deter a burglar two whole
minutes. If there's no key in the loe-k.
he soon fits one to it. If there is a key
In the lock, he inserts a pair of pinchers and in ten seconds has it opened
Understand me, I am speaking of the
experienced burglar. The clumsy bur
glar is the one who gets in trouble.
He'll fumble around with a lock until
somebody  hears him.    There  is only
the    Lan ; Registrj  Act.'
bank  in   favor of the  Deputy  of the
Minis'.:    if the Interior, for the am
tender    not
-    th  Wesl   quarte]  of  Section   ount   of  the bonus  which  the  appli
N  .<     Westminster  cant is prepared to pay for a license,
lence may be satlsl ien ui 1 .     of the South
">: .  a if said Section lying to
s;- months' ;, il   ������ in a 11 ...   ho th and V  isl ���-:  I. >!  17, Group
be given to the   I    ...:. --. ,.       ��� ., .   . .    ���      \ ..;>, gasl
oilnlon Lands at  Ottawa of intenti d   Q   i   -      f said Si   tion lying  to the
tj a;1;-'}' for patenl ���   i. .-   I 56, Gioup 2.
Coal lands   naj -   .,/ ;. land  REGISTRY ACT.
-.  ae re tor so       ial ... I $_    foi an       '    '      - :'   In lefe isble  Title
Not more       o     20 acres ��� I ove will be Issued to
"in be .. quired    .-  , :.-��� Individual   u   Margreta   fens  . the   19th day of
u   my.   Royalt e of ten -'   1907,   mless In the meantime
cents ;jer ton of 2 .   Is shall   ie I objectioi i is   made to
������- 1   n the gross i     i it. nn    i   writ ng   i;        ei son   ii      i - ins
The    highesi  or any
'.I--, ess tril    accepte 1
Ne) tender by telegraph will be en-
tertalne I,
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Departmenl of the Interior.
Ottawa, June 29th, 1907.
Commencing al a posl ilanti I
ai the southeast corner thereof and
situ.iie about 120 cliains distant In a
dorth-westerly direction from the
south-west corner of surveyed lot 195,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence eee-' SO chains, containing 640
acres more   or   less.
4���Commencing at a post planted
at the south west corner thereof anel
at ihe north west corner of surveyed
one fourth of an Inch long and some
of them a *>alf inch. If one of the pins
lacks even a hairbreadth of being
raise-il the proper distance, tie lock
will not open, It baffles all the experts"
This  locksmith  is so export   he -an
open the majority o* safes by putting
bis ear to the combination and listed
lng   to   how   the   tumblers   click   i;it;>
place as he turns it.
"I intended at one lime to be a burglar," this locksmith declares.   "I had
Ter,
for Licens'. t.? Cu! T!"!rer
neon Lands In tne ProviftOs
Columbia.
lot 495, thence north SO chains, thence   it all planned out -even had a set of
easl SO chains, thence south SO chains.! burglar's tools made.    Then I decided
thence wes. so chains, containing 640 thl,t h'"'os,-v Wi,s thl> l"'st P��llcy' nm*
I T  stuck   to  nn-  trade. ���Kansas ("ity
acres more or  less. .,
-    ��� . , I Star.
o���Commencing al   a  post    planted
I- ���
'-'     V IRY,
Lhe M.nisi     oi   he In-
nty ol
tertoi
X   B ���Unauth . tion of
th.-   advertisi        I    wi    ai
for.
SEALED   TENDERS   .. it. essed   to
��� : rsigned   .    I en      -   1 "Ten-
...::- an ��� stat ���      ini���    st tbi vein,
:. any pai t thei
c   s. Kill
Dl--.       '   . strar ��� ' Titles
.   -.1    tegistrj   i iffl .-.
y, - ..   .-     .   B.  C, 3 ily   IS,
1907,
; erson persons   ha,Ing   In
cus  'i    o       ssessl n  the fol-
owing Titi   Dee Is relating : i the said
ropert;   are requested        . liver the
ime I    th     indei signe l
Conve ance   I il   .   9th   May,    1S94,
���     Electrl     .:..-. u  r,   Calgart    :- im ���;���    -.,  . . .    regs in I > Eliz-
Public Building," will i McGrego
ed   il  ���  is offi e until Fi Id i . Augus
:.   I'1 \. inclusively  [ ir the cons
. ol an ��� lectrl   elevatoi    I I     Cal-
g i    . Alta., Public Building.
PI ins ti ndering are noufii I I ial
tendi - \\ Ill nol i nsidere.1 unless
- igne 1 with thi     actual sig
Each  ten le    musl a c mpanie I
A,   WHEALLER,
���fj i. irne Street,
New  Wes minster,  B.C.,
Solii :��� ii : r Applicant.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
1-10) acres ot
K.' easl  portion  n
an   ii  epti I cheq ������       a chartered   the  fractional  south  easl   quarter of
:.      madi   pa; order ol   section    16,    township    21.   Whereas
Honourable the Mil  -   -   i   Public  proof of the loss of ce  tificate ot title
\   .       . [Ui I to ten ]      i i p.c.)   numl ei  1 U6F, Iss ie i la the name ol
���   the   imouni   of th ler, wl Ralph Slddale has been filed In this
i 111  lie : il feiti d if I tea I r-   office.
Notice Is here i;  g ven thai  I shall,
SEAl..".' ENDERS addressed tothe
Conine,--: ;. of Dominion Lands,
Department oi the interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No. 521," will be received
at this Department until 12 o'clock
noon ein Wednesday, the 21st day of
August, 1907, for a license to cut timber on Berth No.521, comprising lamls
situate in the Province of British Columbia, ami described as follows:
Timber Berth No, 624, comprising
Legal Subdivision 14 of Section 12,
Township 6, Range 7. West of the 7th
Meridian, containing an area of 40
acre--   more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
cne year after the dale' of the noiice
awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Departmenl or at the
north-west comer, about 80 chaius
distant Iu a northern direction from
the north east corner ol lol 495,thence
east 10 chains, thence south 160
cliains. thence wesl 40 chains, thence
north 160 chains, containli , i 10 acres
more1 eir less
HENRY GROSE.
Located July  0.  19 ;7.
IHE MISSION LUMBER CO.
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NOTICE  OF.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Dig  Fror> a Friend.
"How old Is your husband, dear V
"Forty.  There's ten years' difference
between us."
"You  surprise  jie!    I   should   iiever
tiave dought yon fifty years old.' ���
Figaro.
NOTICE is hereby given thai the
partnership heretofore subsisting between Joseph Cameron and Joseph
Mail, McDonald as "The Mission
Lumber Company" of the District of
New Westminster has been dissolved
by mutual consent as of the 29th day
of June, 1907, All debts owing to the
said partnership    are to be paid    to
lt Is selaor.i that punishment, though
tat.ie of foot, ha* tailed to overtake *
Ttllain. -Hoi ace.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
6rltl��h Columbia Coast Lln*
Service*
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notice).
Steamer.
Princess Beatrice
Princess May....
Princess Beatrice
Princess May .. .
Princess Beatrice
Joseph Cameron of Sapperton in tb<'
offlce i    th.'Crown Timber Agent at   District of New Westminster and all  Prlnces    M:l1
New Westminster, B. C.
claims against the saiel partnership are
Princess Beatrice
Leaves Vancouver.
. . . July 0, 11 p. in.
. .July 12, 11 p, in.
. .July 19, 11 p. m.
.. .July 26, 11 p. in.
..Aug. 2, 11 p. m,
.. ,'Aug, 9, 11 p. m.
. .Aug.   Iii,   11   \i. in.
he
at the expiration    I   me month
from
Each tender must  i.e. accompanied  to     be     presented     to     the
;,-, .hi accepted cheque on a chartered  Joseph Cameron by whom   the
I.mk in  i";e\ mr of the Deputy of the  will be' Bettled.
sajlj   Princess  May   Aug. 2.1.  11   p.m.
Bame   Princess  Beatrice.. .Aug. 30,  11  p.m.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE
"v.,     "      ..: -                      racted ��e toteTtheTrsl   lUbUcatTon hei*or. Mincer of the Interior, for the am-      Dated at New Westminster this 13th | S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vancou
for.   if the tendei b          ice pted the lgsue ., dupUcate of the said certifi- ����nl of the bonus which the applicant  day of July.  1907,                                 ti:-     ���'">- '������'">���
me will be returned cate, unless in tl    meantime valid ob- is prepared to pay for a license,
The Department   loes noi bind Itself jectlon be made to me ta writing.          The hlghesl or any u-nuer net nee
Witness;
.1. II. JOHNSON
JOS. CAMERON
,i. m. Mcdonald
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;nde
t i accept the lowi st or
lly   eel',ler.
FRED. GELINAS,
Se ireta
rj       tmenl of i' ;;>i: i V'-'.:^.
Ottawa, Jul.   I, '.;' '"-
New ipapers will nol   ���   . al I for this
���i ivertisement it' thej   insert   II  with-
o ;��� authority from the De eartment.
C, S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office.
Xew Westminst,':'. B. C, Julj 6, L907
0-N, Fyler,  I p, in.;
I olnts,    daily except
'���-��� mail   11   p,  m.
C P.R.  train  al   5:05   :,
" ji closes at 4:30 p.m.:
; Vancouver, No, 96 (C
'i i mall). Return mall
a,  in.
.'.  Millside,  No. 2;
excepl Sunday.   Re-
'    ed ai  10:35 a. m.
Tenders    for  License  to Cut    Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED   TENDERS   addresse 1 io
;��� .  Commission .   ���' D mtalon Ban is,
P..    i-tment   o(    l        Interior,    and
marked on  'le-   i nvi lope "Tender foi
will be re
in  the   Matter   of   the -Trustees   and
Executors Act." and  in the Matter
of the Estate of Augustus William
Lundbom. Deceased.
All persons bavin; m     lain   or de-   Timbi '-'���
m :. Is again l the estal v 15 istus   ri:,... .,, thl3 D,   : -;n. :.-    until    12
VVl.itam Lundbom late of Surre; Cen-     . . ^ aQoa   ,..  u,, h,,.,,-,,,.,. the 1th
tr.,  British  Colitoubia, de tease I,   are
herebj  requled  to  til    with  the un-
their names an.l add     1 s;to cut timber on
dersigne.
and tull partlcni
an I   the   nee"::
on  1  held bj   them, -l;!.   '���  '' '    '���   ' ;1
��� ���    dai    of    \ igust,
da   o�� ^ 'ptemh      1007, tor
t,   Nee
1 license
26, 111111-
essarily accepted.
No tender bj  telegraph will be entertained.
Pl-'.r.i.KY  G.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Inti rlor,
Ottawa, .lune 25th, 1907.
Tenders    for  License to  Cut    Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Pro-
vince   of   British   Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Commissioner ot Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, and mudi
marked e.n the envelope "Tender tor
Timber Berth No, ,".27." will be received al Mils Department until 12
o'i 1 ick noon on \\ ednes 1.1 >. the lib
daj  of September, liml, for ;i license
SEALED TENDERS    addressed   to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Cumberland,   viCTOKiA
11.  C," will  be  received  al  Ihis office
until   Monday,  August     19,  1907,    In-
Leaves Victoria daily at  L a.ni.
VIOiORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE,
Leaves Victoria etaily except Mon lay
at S:l!0.
NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE,
S.S.  Rithet
if their   claims,  prising lands situate In the Province to cut timber em Berth Nee. .".27, com-
- (11  of British Columbia   ind described as prising lands situate in the Province
nf British C ilumbla, and described as
cli'.isively, for the construction   of a
public building, Cumberland, B, C.
Plans and specification can be Been
and forms of tender obtained al this
departmenl an.l on application to the
postmaster al Cumberland.
ivr.eons tendering are nol Itled thai ,
ten.lers will not be considered unless
1  the  printed   form  supplied,
and  signed   with   their actual signatures.
Each tender must .,������ aci ompanled
bj an acCepti d check em a chartei ed
bank, mn le payable to the order ot the
honorable    the    Minister   ot    Pubf.c
Leaves Victoria on Tuesdaj and
Friday at 7 a.m., ami haves Ne>u West
minster on Wednesday and Saturday
at 7 u.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily nt 1:30 pul
WEST  COAST  ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves Victoria at   11   p.m. on  1st,
7th, and llth each month  for Clayoquot;   leave's Victoria    on     20th    for
tjiialsinee and way points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New   Westminster   on   Mon-
:' dl iws:���
Timber  Berth   No   526, comprising
Lh -   North   half ol the   South   Bast
Works, equal io ten pi 1 cent (10 p.c 1
��� if the amount of the tender,  which  1,;iy'  Tuesday,  Wednesday. Thursday
ster Iron Works
Pl'ElUl     ee ���    .
j       nl'   M ll  MINI-,   A(Nl|j   HiMilNF
WOKK
ST111   ���     ' '"'Nli   l1
TR" TI'IIAI.   IRM
lOrna
RON    vvuMi''
1   Iron   vvorR,   lncimn...
'ice. o """   VV01
01   ' efore the
1907.
Notice is herebj given tl   I   " ���    ' ,. <)f   S(.(...���.. 88>   TowalMp 12,
Bald date the ex    il irs will proceed   il ...,.,...   v, ..,;.,,,, containing aa
distribute the said estate amongst the ^ ^ ^^  more or ,eS8,
parties entitled         to. t.^ '  The berth mu8)   ,e surveyed within
K^fi'i;^^^!    >-after the date ot th Ice
ite, or anj , ._ .   m ; ���   ,38ttedi   ;ii ���,   printed
Eorms <���;' ten ler and envelope, may be
will be forfeited If the party tender-  !""' |,','i,|;,v "
follows: ���
Timber Berth No, r>27. commencing
al the Wesl end of the most  Northerly boundary of Timber Berth 200;
ihence East, along sai.l Norih bound-   tt the tender be nol accepted the cheol
���iry of Timl er Berth 290, 20 chains.
ii 3 p, in. and Saturday
lng decline to enter into n contract!at 8 D' m- w,th additional trip on Mon
when called upon to do s i, en- If he tall | 'l:iy lli '' a '"
io complete ihe work coutrocteil for,
ited to an;  person  ,f whose claim  cense
more or less, to the West boundary ot
Timber Berth ::7S; ihence North,
along said Wesl boundary of Timber
Berth 378, 120 chains, more or less, to
the shore of Pitl  Lake;  thence West
will be returned.
The departmenl 'toes nol bind itself
to accept Hn  lowest or any tender,
By Order,
FRED. ('.Ml.INAi-!.
Beoretary,
lh]
on],
ipos. etc
's and correspondence
,. ���;;,. time of 'iis
JOi1N REID,
���'i u had nol notice
trl mtion thereof.
Dated this 24th da:     ' ruly, 1907.
p, \V, 111'WAY.
I BEQBlHHj'i-KB)m.i
f. O   47*
Solicitor for John McKensie and Jol
Churchland,   exe  il '-'J
estate.
obtained at this ;' 1 irtmenl or at the
office >>:' the Crown Timber agent at
New Westminster, B. C.
ll,,, ii tender must be accompanied
'" by an accepted cheque on a chartered
I ank in favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the  Int'-rior,  [or the am-
,,������  the bonus   which  the-  appli-
: "M-iS-lle'i':;:���:���'i-i':'i
r*�� MORNING PAPER
TELLS THE NEWS
LAND  REGISTRY ^ ^ ^  p&y  ^ fc ^^
���.,,���,,_      The   highest   or   any   tender   note.",,,-    will be    Us ued, also    printed
to regis' e    ���'
���j"   ciiains,   more   or   less, to equal   Department of Public Works.
length of   South   boundary:    thenci'     Newspapers Inserting   this   adver-
South   12,1 chains, more or le*s,    t()  tlsemenl   withoul  authority  rrom  the
polnl of   commencement   containing department win not be paid for it.
an area of 240 acres, more or less. ���
The berth must be surveyed within
one year after Ihe date of the notice
awarding the berth,
The regulations under which a 11-
: nwue to .��� - . v.r 9garlly aocepted.
aa the owner In   ��� J    So tender by telegraph will be en
FIR SI
I'AKK NOTICE thai
11 in madi
son
a 'inr Sale Deed
tlon of He
Si   -v..   Ill
,1-1". the 71
	
1 pora
���
Margare   n    - '���    '     " -
h daj   if Novel , A D.,
t901  of all and sing certain
parcel or tra..
lertalne I,
PERLEY O. KEYES,
tiecretury.
I, .   ,, ment of the Interior,
Ottawa, July "th. 1007,
fornri of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at litis Department or tit the:
office ol' the Crown Timber Agent, at
New Westminster, a c.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an acre'; ted i h i pie on ti chartered
l r.n':  In  :' i the  De; uty  ol the
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ifflco 'Phone 1SR.       Hiitd vnone 137
Columbia St.
rjHKKase  delivered
imrt of the city.
promptly to ��ny
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi an���Tretn   Deuot
Leaven Steveston Monelav. Tuesilay,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 n. m.; Friday at fi a. m. additional
trip  Saturday  !> p, m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster. 8 a. m.
Mondays. Wednesdays and Prldajrs.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. ni. Tuesday,
Chtirsday ami Saturdays, eniiing at
innrlings between New Westminster
ml Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C,  ROUTE.
S. 8. Tees
Ledves Vancouver at S p.m. 2nel
ind llth of each month, calling at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
ou secoml trip. Time on arrival and
ieieart>ire  are  approximate.
For reservations and Information
���"ill or address
FP  QOULET,
Aisent   New Westminster
R.   I.  COYLR.
' ihi   ilen   Pass   Agent. Vincnuver.
.1. W. TROITP,
'ifneral  Sui-er'ntendent, Victoria.    '
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THEl  DAILY  S E W S
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4 Cleared LOTS
On Sth St.; 66x132 to wide lane; 2 of these
are corner lots; they are all cleared except
one stump. These are fine building lots;
only one block from car line. For short
time only. - - - Price $850
For Sale exclusively by
W. J. KERR
Fire   and   life   insurance agent,   Real  Estate Broker
276-278 Columbia St, Westminster.B.C. Phone  170
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OPENING ATTRACTION
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The Excitement in Surrey
incident to buying up land on the route
of the tramway to Chiiliwack, has only
fairly commenced. If you wish to be "in
the swim" and make some profitable turnovers, consult us at once. We have land,
in tracts from 40 to 600 acres, all worth
investigation.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Underwood        Empire
v Typewriters:.
Although it was past cle,en bei in
the curtain rang down on ibe (in.il
riet nt the opera bouse last night, still
there was not one out of the crowd* I
house that evinced the slightest desire to leave before the finish.
In the jeeist New Westminster has
had many plays by different touring
companies, but the date:- have been
fur apart, and more often the prices
beyond the reach of the regular tht
uter go< r. Now it is to have the
chance of a company of its own, putting on each evening different ; lays
ranging from "Faust" to "In Mis
sourl."
There has often been a cry raised.
that there is nothing doing in thi
Royal city after sis o'clock, transient
visitors have nowhere to go, with the
result thai they make for Vancouver.
People pow-a-days want to be
amused and therefore welcome a
stock company at tbe theater, provided, that ihe plays arc clean.
��� Or the play Last evening, ll is only
necessary to say that i; entertained
one of the largest audiences eve:
seen al ihe theater. from the rise
of the curtain to the fall, the company was exceedingly well balanci d,
and though at times there were
. scenes, still there was always an i x-
* citing undercurrent that, kept the
audience on the qui vive. The plaj
depicted life on a country farm wi.h
the innocent girl and the heavy
brained yokel, with the usual introduction of the opulent and silver
tongued villain, and of course at the
end tbe triumph of virtue, but it must
not be thought from this brief outline thai "Down on the Farm" is
trash, far from it. the plot is sound,
thoroughly well worked out and in th ���
capable hands of the Ray Brandon
players, a most interesting and delightful iilay.
ITHENIAM.
COLLISTER'S
Great Annual Summer Clearance sJ
NOW   IN    PULL   SWING
Hundreds of customers visited our store during the opening day of our
 found themselves well repaid in making their purchases at ;: e reduced i
prevailing in every department.
OUR SALE LASTS FIFTEEN DA\ S, and we will make every day a W
dav during that time.   Everything reduced except Butterick patternsandfl
cottons.   We mention a few special lines for to-day: "���'
and
prl
Big
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SHARK  IN  HARBOR.
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J.J. MACKAY y COS
l BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
and NEWS DEALERS
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New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
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REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Batchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT OKDEH OF MEAT
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Younp   Nine Footer  Captured   at Victoria By Young Men.
Victoria,   B.   C.   Aug.  5���A     y, ung
' shark nine feet long was captun I In
I thf innei  harbor lasl evening shortly
; after  (i o'clock   by  two  members  of
the James Bay A. A. A., who lass ��� I
it  by the tai] and hauling it oui   m
the club float killed  it.
The  shark   was   feeding  under the
C. P. R. wharf when discovered by a
small boy.    Jack  Donaldson anel  Ted
.   Hiscocks took a canoe cent  from the
cliii   and   undertook     to capture  'the
man-eater,   They approached the big
| fish   in   the  canoe  and    after    some
manouvering managed to gel a slip-
knot   ��� vei   lis   tail.    The  shark   was
busy   eating arr!   did   not   pay   much
'attention to the hunters till the)  had
e the rope fastened to it.   The-,    anki '
its  tail   upon  the canoe, and  di spite
the  struggles of the shark, towed   it
over t.e the float,    i'ince- there It  was
. an  easy  matter to haul it  out  of its
I native < lement  and club I'  ��� i  death.
The shark was  an object     I   much
.   curiosity    to  fiassi :.~; y    el iring    the
evening.    While not fuly developed ll
was an ugly specimen of its kind, and
; the sighl of it was uol at .ell ������ n- tiring to the members of the club, who
are in the habit of bathing from off
j the dull house,
Nature's
Object
Lesson
Ho* many In this life an Hke
i hi' butterfl,. who ,'ivi s In the
enjoyments and pii asures of the
n aent, with no tho ighl ol the
mon iw, and how le w, comp i a-
tively, are like the anl �� h
contin lallj la I ��� i s, preparing for
that rafnj day or cold weather
which .- .- ire to c ime
No, the "Butterfly'' -nan 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
ig Reductions Among the Women's
White Shirtwaists
30 only, women's white .Muslin Blouses, sizes 32 to 40, trimmed with
news of insertion and lace, somi short sleeves and some with
long sleeves, regular juices $3.50 $4; sale price, each   $1.95
25 only. White .Muslin Blouses, with probably a little less trimming
ihan the first lot but good serviceable washing waists, regular
prices $2 and $2.50;  sale price, each   $1.45
One lot women'.- Waists, mostly white, in many different stylos. Them
are made of fine lawn with lace trimmings, regular prices $1.25 eee
$1.50;  sale price, each      95c
Two Lines of Silk Blouses Less Than Half Price
6 only, White Silk Blouses, sizes :u to 38, a sample lot, regular price
$3.50 to $4:  sale price, each       $1.95
3 only, colored Silk Blouses, regulai   price $5.75  and  I1-."'';   sab   price
each       $3.95
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Big Clean-up of the Left-Overs in the Neckwear and Belt Departments
Turnover collars in nice embroidered or hemstitched linen and muslin, many of them slighl
ular prices 20c to 35c;  sale price, each  	
Onp lot of Women's and .Misses Silk Fichus lace and silk collars in cream, black and white, regular price!
$1.00 to $2.50;  sale price, each   	
Women's black silk belts, many different styles to select from, regular prices $1.00 to $1
each   	
dm   lot  belts, including leather bells in all colors, colored  silk belts, and colored tins'    belts    reeuhl
prices 75c to $1.25; sale price, each   	
Women's  white wash  belts,  regular price 25c tee 35c;  sale price, each	
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Three More Lines of WASH SUITS.    Much Underpriced
Overlooked In our first list:
Women's  Lighi Colored Duck Wash Sails, well made, with amide fullness, regular prici    * .. ||,j
sal*   prici    -ach         	
Women's Checked Gingham Wash Suits, regular price $2;  sale price, each   	
:: only. Cream Lustre Shir; Walsl Suits, regular value $10 ami $10.25; sale price, each 	
No goods on
approbation or
exchanged during the sale.
Everything as
advertised.
W. S. Collister & Co.
247 Columbia Street
Nev/ Westminster, B.C.
This ..ore|
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eiiiry dayl
cept Sola,
Shop tads
the mottia
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Incorporated 1901
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R08EBANK  LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD  FIBRE
NEW  BRUNSWICK PLASTEfj
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANT -j
BRICK.
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SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN    "   :l
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
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Shingle and Saw Mill Money in Real Estate
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Wc make a specialty of
Toilet Soaps. We have the
biggest line in the city,
ranging in prices from 2c. to
$1.00 a cake.
PURE CASTILE at 25c a Bar
OLD BROWN 25c a Dozen
BIG CAKE BALSAM TAR at 5c.
Full Line of Colgates.
Sec Our Window      I
Interurban   Line.
Cars  fur Vancouver -ind    way
stations  will run  every hulf-
bour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p, in,
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city liniils over the
city line,
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office on Hi" hour, :��'"'
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Sapperton    L:rc:
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Half peist iinl line obntei*
the   hour,   commencing '"
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Sunday Service  tiairnn'^
Cars leave train   H     tween 8,80 a.m. and U P-
PHONES    88��� .09
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City   Line
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