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 Ljte, Shiles &
Ut insurance i
WESTMINSTER, B. C
��� MK 2, M'MIV/Ji; i.i:
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
WESTMINSTER. B.C., MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1907.
10 CEN rS 1TK \\ EEK
fARMER GORED
Ifl DEATH BY BULL
L stannard, of Clover-
je( Meets Horrible End
,��� a Pasture.
I,    a     tai ne- r   - ixtj
��� .   oi ar Oloverda ���
���  ag  gl red   ��� ,
,       ;     . : ��� moon  In  the
, ��� his farm.   Full
.   idenl  have n< i
:���; ��� a: a thai M .
��� ion in go o il
.    was  win!" i  .
ise that the  -
v.....    ee!    him,    . :. .
hi    Old  ma:.      Bi -
. : gel  awaj
:..   ti    thi   gn  .:,
. lng  blm to dei
��� ���   foi   bel     were
.-���en.-, who : .
bul   befon   thi
iuld   : ���   driven ofl
- ich   Injnrie    .j,. n
al il was "viiie-:)   ���
a  mattei    ol  a   tew
: a lly   he' ��� laied
..   .    . ���   strips
pped  dfl body,
ag was e. :...    of raj s,
vi -.. ,i widow and I wo
at h<    e with
JAPANESE ASSAULT
WHITE FISHERMAN
Brutal   i ;   :;.
Mei Leads toi
Pn  ee     ..     t Steveston,
,5   TO
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���  .-_.-  call  s Identified
iers an        I ���
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'. M  QRATION   *  CLRSE.
��;���.:--  to   S:a-\.e    Where    Ycu    t
-.-; .������-.   Says   Labor   M P D.
��� .-���  ���     ��� ..      .'      ' ���.     Stud -
ibor M. P. P. of Hamil-
'���   .         ..: :������. -- '       Kinj
unions     eclared that thi
Canada          .��� -    d    ������
���   .                 r  this  was to
:. .     -         ni         r a :.���_.���:-
���       enounced the mining magnate s
-   u     the d< mand '���      oolies b)
nde       1 labor, kIth ���'.���    - - . -    hal
they 1      ti       I : ��� tation on ac-
��� -  '- ty. Imml-
_��� to Ca e said   ��
.   .     .   .. ss taken u]
the  govi    mei systemta
��� sent he recommen  -
- -   _    -.        .- when   hi
" :.    ���.-���-    I   of In   .i    strange
ADVENTISTS OPEN ^ p�� AYERS DISGRACE
____________
SCHOOL AT HAMMOND
^
'���fl,-.
^ONAL SPORT
th
HUNDREDS OF GREEK BOYS
HELD AS SLAVES IN CHICAGO
PROTESTED GAME IS
ORDERED PLATED AGAIN
starte. trou'rie
n his
���   en he had tl
���
fum
iftern ��� n,     an .    the
���   ted ti   tu   . ���   '
���  - ��� . paj  thi '.,.��� e
_^M
., ci e,' I   leath ��� :i  Sat-
. iestion was i:n  wn to
an mai, all bouji      i   bud
:   anyone.    Grei
iken  by  anyoi
. '... . :. ��� un  I ban
��� was onlj   bj	
��� :,,-1   thai othei - w< re
.   -     a ,.-  M     .-��� in*
wi     killed       one ol
tai mi   i oi    -   '
Chicag        .   ri  - y. ���-. -���- ri of bey
_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_U
the Japs, and the latter, ia
Systi ���..   n i      ...      u        era     gra-
len     a cru-
sadi    -. nsi '        ...   : - -
Thi . :������-..-   bel
to
Inspect       Seraphis       ..-     . - overe"
igi ncles ealiag in 1     s, and   '.:;: -
lng  the past wi
Greeks,     who    art
i thi       . of Swede:.
ense of thei ��� -   m-
menci      eltin
ng tl
the Swe in 1 ;
imme ���   ������      cut in
-
ng I
from the shci
��� ��� ���
ilie   Swede's   beat,   a           aipng to j charge I  wii ..-    a   regular
the statements li                        - .-          I Th     avesi gati n   b -
tacked 1                         n      ....          ;ed by  the terror    of titi
. ������..-.     .   .. tl     head.  \
A ��� I   ���
^_^k^\^-m^\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\m^\^k^k\\\\\\\\\\\\
E2*H   FRIGHTENED.
'-'���������-:   :���    Man's Face.   He   /e.-s,
Cook  Fa.n:s.
' ��� . Aug. 2D     Whi (  rest-
iri :,.!���
bis  back,      ��� . ceabl)
an ; {......ng at  the
the w( 11 known min-
man, of   VJbi      . had
��� rlence  ri-:   wei k.  He
ak( ne I   from   bis   re-
.. Ij   bear  stepi Ing   i a
,i  with J VV Thi iii,--
��� music in  Km x col-
;. ill., Inspecting some
v. e ��� ,��� reci nt!)  pur-
.   .m.i bis partni i  VV.
U   I         :. .       '-'.   Ol
mps ;,       a i ember.
���'���:.��� d   ���    di  a small
.:    elm       '   '   ���Mv-
ad outside       bi
��� boulder, -   ���
. ie-  thi   i :     of 1 ii
:..���'....     ���
��� :e he aim ' collided
... :.",'. . real!;
r. his i sith n, madi
a an si o] ��� ning to tbe
.��� ati . ���,. the '"ii "!
its   clawi  : illi '���   him
low n    :;:        Bide
��� .   hi ad   v, ia  - sposed,
��� ���   paw   in the upturn-
' ii :, the cook, who had
��� gain liis breath, made
hive ���.    and the    tree
. witu a yell thai would
he  [miian  fei l cheap,
lingered on  Mr, Toy's
: than was necessary to
ilance, and  make    an-
the woods,
I,,,    ;'        rrledl'y grabbi el his rifle,
iin' trail of the vanish-
ei  Bhorl   distance  Into
il  wan unable to gel n
������������'���ni-.   When he returned
UMmMmMmWammM
  I witl
^^w hit   uiaii    ��txm_w_^_^_^_m_^_^_^_^m^
bi   ien   with   ropes, si rs    "������ -   " '���';"  ������'���'���'������
n and     eked ini      i    :.-      O mn .-��� ��� ��� ���     Fo   ���   beld    -��� ������ ral
'     ' '        Leaving the i    ���   ���     ead .   a    .---..,     -. :    n theii    e-
t. the J arted 1      i -   -  .     - se the facts erning
1 -'- '���   "���'  -;:""' ondagi      -      now (reek
������;���     -i'i"; led   ���     I    tig    n  thi      . . .-..  - -   .- .      eHgicus
Swi li      boai       When   Ha mson  was   oath o{ th( 	
ai  the w barf, he wi        ............
wih   : . evera    gaping    v. mnds   Insp(   -...,. .....     _
���  - fai hea      11 tool.     ..........     ,    ...       ...      ar(
���    irs   woi k  to     I ring    the
Swi il-       i     to normal ce ndltlon.
ki ��� ���     rrested  by  Chief
f   !��� Hi.    Mi.], r,   of   Sti vi ���'��� n.   who
ii neste I Ha ins m ��� n a charge i I
��� ������   ling a net     Both i bai ges w       c
In esi igated tonight.
The  Vancouver-New    Westminster
b  ��  -   hi ar 1  last  Wed-
-    ..   by a committtee of the B. C.
��� ossi   asosclation who has
��� : lered   a   decision,   the   substance
is thai the match of Angus;
Icl   was  won    b.v  New  West-
..-������  .  shall   ' ������   pi lye I  ow r  again
in Vancouvi       :.   .   i..::? to tv mutu-
agreed upon.      The    committee
ind  that N"w   Westminster was al
lit  In  playing Galbralth.    The de-'
-: :i ruled that sixty per cent of thi
-   receipts shall    go  to  :he  Van-
���������        i    and f irty per cenl to the
v w Westminster club.
- Improbable that the game wi'I
hi re-played. In conversation with
. ��� ��� ii mi mtiers of the club last even-
���- it was learned that they were
i-ery much dissatisfied with ih>> re-
; It of the protest and that the game
il I n : ' e re-played unless it was
found necessary in order to win the
championship.
The committe which heard ri:-' case
nslsti I ot C  W. Murray, chairman,
J. Ma-tin  e?nd   2. J.  Reynolds.
final terested in the 1 raffi .
Mi< hai     -.j  -   o   ...   14-yi ai -ol I
���   tim, told Commission!
ents i tn in service fi
years.      be ���   paid    ...-   :  ���   e   st
' his pas ..-���   to  Vmi an I :
Vlrs. Ryan Gets a Title.
New V irk, Aug. ."���.���Mrs. Th.mias
F. Ryan, wifi il the New York finance -. bas ': a i the title of countess v i-
ferred upon her by Pope Pius N. This
reco.- trries  with    i;    church
��� ��� ��� ri'e ions.
CHRISTIAN   SCIENCE   SP^t^DS
Engl fi   _? sciples  Do Net Approve  cf
Mrs. Eridy.
WIRELESS COMBINE
IS NEXT IN LINE
CHINESE POLL TAX CASE
IS NOT YET ENDED
> tlan Science
: Several Aerial Message Com-
ly seas       liscu      n    i ben
aimosi     panies Decide to Amalga-
.:    ��� -     lng as "Is  M Fail-
ere  is n       iestion
i :   . ���:      -      i       u Gn
B   '    n.    Services  are helel  regularly
mate���DeForest in Strait:
James Anderson Decides to
Take Proceedings Against
Delta Magistrate.
].- s
Aug. 23.��� I! has
been
in some English and - i towns,! ,( r     sever..]
aad the sti      appears to sav-
���      |'at the Aldei ' :    -
tm\wm^k^klKk^km'Vl;:
��� , .
I the   meetii _ h          .                     ��� the c u i-
. , . ���          Earl D mm�� n "
ont- among othi
I                        .,                    lnl which ' , infill ���  -       rm      n   I thi   i  ;
esi  '. '��� Ion - i   i     -  :' ....               aim 1 here tod      but ���
nctinble.  an ....           Pacific  W
dmitti I that an
���..,.                .��� -'         ���
..,.-���     ���         . , -
,f Christian Sell The proposed consolidation, accord-
t developmei
SCCKEYE  SEASON   ENDED
Nothing    Uke   a    Run    During
Weeks.
ing to the mi:., ei. Inv< :.���> the Pa
M   Vmerican and th ���
cidental    and    Orients     Win     ���
_    rii ������ mpunies,
su      The DeF< ��� -       :���-, tn)  Is al  pn
. nmi shi i In bi. v) liquidation i
a num " r ol   financiers  ee,-" n ,, i ��� ���
s, ,.,,-,   to  bi   making  a  di Bp< rate effort   n
t_n_     ,  ., MosedlsTh     ' '       '! tb     :;"':1 BtockhoMerB "!l1
whl<* has. contro,    . ,.,   corporatlon,
IH    the    IH -'������ ' ���l        - n   ��..���������_>,    I        Hiel.llee,
.,.,,. has been a good run
The
ffl<
.
' md the professor ad-
Iniulants to the cook.
���
Aug,
-Definite
j(1 ," now  have  been   made
' | |
|"ii of the fire chiefs of
y. and of Spokane, to con
s' litember   19,   with    the
e^ , inlzatlom      A     special
Twenty Thousand club
| r the mattei".   Chief J.
Now Westminster, will
Airman.
j, ;���   I   ''li;i:-.'      I   I'iipliani   "ri.ii-
I PttStTSrieast"duringt"he Reason.   Pacifi.   Wireless company which hai
for a .!���:���  bi ,   . . ..���,,,,,,-  in L      Vngeles, i- m ,
but tin   pn ���������   ��� ..     n chlcag0.    !��� haa been Btated Uial
wenl easl  in tlji   Interest of Um
There   was   ,       ��� ,..,.,,   merger,   bu,  thi.   Is denied
last, an .     .    . ; :!���.  .
ctin .1 aboul - ,,..,. ���
for   which   the    ������-es.cn    canneries I
H iiuiii ������������'������I'-b ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"""     S" nn"veBterdfty to I line tanK In a motor-boat in the S'ea
kept operal ng ,.,,���,.   .:-.���.. exploded  tonlsht, cam
pack th    :    ' ,       ,-   ,���.���.���. d.nth of two persons and serl-
I  a  ha'f
rannei li -   "    '
Gasoline  Tank  Explodes.
Tiverton,  H. I.,  Aug.  25.���A  gaso-
  .... a motor-boat in the 8*a-
���onnet  river exploded  tonlsht, cau��.
_________________________________________Blu iin
rk0���Fr.da>tian.-
four    h ���
h   men
wo     ^^^
nine;.   BOm
much   as  three    an ;
-""K   Q",ir :.;",���:,. spring salxncn
win   continue  In  ""
nshlng  buslne
( ontlnues _'ooei.
thl    r.m
J''"
i-is injuries to five others, ine boat
uas ,i :?o-footer, owned by JoBeph
I'houluard of Fall River, ana con-
talne.l fourteen young people who had
��� ten on a trip to Newport from Fill
Hi ver and had stopped Ot HVtnon
on their return.
Charley Sing, the Chinaman who
��as hailed ��� fore the magisl rati i .
I eita in I forced to ; ay Me. rev�� ���-, i��
taxi -. on ��� ��� ������ hlmsi If ... i
Chinamen, has found a champion ol
his rights In J imes Anderson, i
..... nl ' St, Mungo i anui ry, w ho
thai    ��� Instrui I d    his
solli Itors    ��� eed    again ��l
.    if Delta for theii    .   i
.'.��� ���   ng    ttitud    . . dealing ��Ith th
rl   ital.
Mr,   Vnderson bi ited I i a Si ������-.
portei   3 il ���     j   thai  I b   li :���    S n
��� ���    ���   nl     ���   ' 'hinesi   .'.en.
ss. Mungo      ni arrived    on
.    '  Frldaj
fo lowin I p  :u.. I.-   ��.
i efore lhe  n   i
��� ate al  i'e ;���,.   on ihe' following Mon-
t   tO   BhOW    e .ill-'
he t ���" uld not  pa)  lhe revenue I
om -. ������   il Chinamen or
Jail,
Charley * at to lvita In answer I i
the itinimons md was asked to square
up the :. xes and coal ol the iou ;.
amounting to $-K>.   On his refusal he
�� s taken tei j.iii. but growing uneaa;
i as in' ii< ared the big itt m ta ��use, h
; i��a!il lhe nmount.   Mr  Anderson \wbl-
th,,t t\v Peril uuiiioi'ltlo�� iin\>si< ,1 ���.
I wrong   mini,   lunsuuteU    ��s    Cha,:
Sint;  ri noi   the Chinese lali.n-    con-
��� tractor, but merely the foreman
1 cannery.   Quong Qn Wo ft ooffi]
he state*  are  the labdi
. and thov '.'-ei ���
j with.    1 -,-    .
Btnblo     . id   pre
I ���
pnrpd bim ol
, he le
: the
ci clam
Up-to-Date College Will Be
In Use Early in October
---Is a Fine Site.
Mansoi    ndusi    .
- ���       j    ���:>      Brltis!    ���"
i, nfi r< n ���   of   >������' ��� nth   Daj   Advi nt-
eslgi   :   b a training scl
stlan ere, wil
Pi tl   Hammon I  on   v ��� loesd .-. I let.
2   of thh  .-- -���   with   :���   :;   Rags lali
hurch bcim        ��� ���   I
-���   l: musical    - eni
Ruth Wi :-��� ���:: matron, Mm . M,
Watson; and precepi , L. B. R: -;-
-. le, ii of I be pupils.
The Ioard of din I rs nslsts of
E. L, Stewart WT. C. Young, J. L Wll-
s ���:. S A. Wllband and WH lam Man-
son.
Th, s hool farm consists of a - il
two hundred and ten acres, part ot
which, consisting of open ���.,.
land, is under cultivation. Trie remainder is timber) .nd which furnishes abundance of fuel and Inmber.
A saw mil! is at preseni working the
timber into lumber. There is also an
abundance of pure, ���.': water, whil
snow-capped mountains to the nort'.i
form beautiful scenery. This beautiful farm was donated to the Advent-
Is:? c.'me three years ago by William
Manson.
The building now being construct
ed ri 36 by 42 feet, two stories high,
besides the basement.    This building
can he made to accommodate twent)
students.
In th( basement will be locati ;
among other rooms the kitchen ar.*i-
dininc room where the students will
he famished wiih plain wholesome
food Two full meals and ,i lune'.'.
will  be served per ,';. On  the ti:-'
floor  the  assembl)     and    recitation
rooms  will   be  found.     The second
floor wi'! ;.,  us ,! .:- ,   i rn Itoi y.
The   ? hool is open   to   all   woi I
persons af both sexes whi wi]     i
to com; iy with Its   egtilal    ns, .,ri*:h
er they make a profession ef religi n
or not.
Th-- objei: of the e< liege Is t< n In
young people for the ::iini.-",-\. according to the Seventh Da; Adventist
standard, an i the mi n in rgi e x-
pect that they will have aboul Rft< n
students to commence the tirst term.
A large number if apj plici tions have
already been received, although
nothing lms been prevlouslj p il llsh
ed aboul the training - hool, In addition to the rellgio i i ee-.ition of
the students, the following subjects
arc Included in tho curriculum:
Geography, reading, languages, arithmetic anel account -. . cnn; inshlp,
drawing, music, nature study, ele-
mentar) physiology, book-keeping,
history, civics, rhetoric, algebra, ele-
mentar) astronomy, e i mentary hot-
any, ��� ;��� mentar) | hj -��� i lementar)
literature, prophecies, I itln, elementary riu ntlstrj. ch mentai,
*��� "������ '
Vancouver Club? Turn Lacrosse Game Into Exhibition of Brutal Fights.
In oni of thi iug ��� -' e_..::.e's >< e
::i   British :.-���-.        f not
::i ri;e   ..- rears      -   V in o*n er
e ij:���     ��� an    lefe   ed Ma   i
i.< afs ..-;_��� ark on Satui .:.,>
by sevei    I I' ���   \ mcou-
vers showed up in ��� tei rorm than
their o] : oni nts hell   ro i-1   Bl li e%
, laj .��� ��� . dhem of the glor) w bich
j ��� vis. was dui them. The game
^a raarl : .��� v veral fistic encounters etween play* rs, ad i nee Ri feree
i . :.i was assaulted b) Vernon
ii:n:.. ol the Maple Leaf team.
e':.��� . :.��� . te ni].' .: ��� retaliate bui
��-.i> bi Id ... k Ch�� i Icing w.|^ hai d
all through the game, the bodj being u^l^i continually. Players were
seni to the fence In numbers for
fouling,
Seeing theii men on the fence and
the genie slipping away from them,
thi Maple Leafs resorted to Blugging
and more were sent to the waU. Towards th< finish the players devoted
more attention to 'heir opponents
��� ��� the all, with the result that
th     exhibition was   very  poor.
Vancouver madi two goals In tho
flrsl Quarter, one in the Becond ree
in the :h'.rd mni i ne In the fourth
Th.e 11:11 hunch pel their goal in the
second quarter, Train,er finding tho
net,     *
K;i\o In goal for the Maple U'afs
, taxed ... splendid name bul owing
rio rough pla) he was not always
, sent, n-' was sent to the fence
four times ami was ftnall) ruled off
tor the balance ol the game Gib
bona In goal tor the Vancouvers tiiel
pood   wo:i;.
The ���.'.��� xi  league match  wlll    take
place   ;n   Vancouver   em   Laibor    day,
Septemhi r 2, between the' Ne'w Wesl
minster   team   and    the    Vancouvei
te .un.
The following is the ; neeen leagv ���
standing: To
Won  Usi   Pla.v
\ew Westminster ....::      -
Vancouvers    2       2       i
Maple  Leafs . ... 2
CHINESE PROBLEM.
Jfl
CHICAGO   POLICE   ACTIVE.
War Waged  on  West  Side Checks by
Several   Sc.u.iris.
<" Vug   .'"���    Th    Cl        '    .
-  ��� d  oul  .i  ei.e ���   ol   warfare
nals his! nig
Id up man jusi afte he bad roh-
leer a  e'iii/cn.  and  b)
er's     ompanlun .-.
�� ho ta   '       eeord    f ci Ime, vi u i ta ���
��� ia i v.h    ".i-   illli       ' ���   b ayer waa
'��� lleeman Parh  3.  r< e     KeMj   has
��� I. up Michael O'Ne I, a ati amfltl
\    companion   of   (Celt) 's,   Thoma
Roach, w.is arrested ni the aauu timi
Early In the day  the    pollci    h 11
: me .' tlvel) to v. eir\ to rid thi   rm si
Bide of crooks,   As a re mil more thai
twenty   thieve-,   soui"   Of  them
Imiis of International reputation, wi >
Ihown to the detectives in ti
at the nightly line-up.'  It wa
, suit of Ihe first  day's worl   ol    mr
.-Iliad,-        pii ISO        ll   : ie:  ti   rid
' h.cio .-ent  influx of erim
rials     . .ue '!��� be
ke-.-   - ri.
': i th'' other    -
'
Celestials    Want     (0     attend     Public
Schools ,n  V .ctoria.
Victoria,   Aug, 25.���The  Influx    of
Chinese chll iren anei thetr tppllc
Kn- permission to attend school   n
der thai  ujion showin:  .,  ,
of attendance I r tn
ma)   receive a rebate of tin    i n un
Of   iheir   head    tax,    h.is   brought    I
school boai I fai e ^ face wtth a ci
So  si rlous  Is  the    situation    thai
Chairman  .; i)   summoned    n  special
BeSSl    '   ��� ���    -   .:. .. ,    :      .
ning to ������ 'i -��� ti ��� the tnattje i
ii he Inst nn
to
those  C iim ie eta  dren ap I) ing
The    trou I     h.is    been    broujthi
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Domtu m acl
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School   hoard   ���ina-'- ,ndor��*|
the action of thi chairman .ml dele-
ca:o(l chaii ir..  i if    lie
provtnctsl edui ���        ' ^nd
instnie ;��� ' Superintendeal Ra on to
refuse permlta W CMMM in I ih��-
UMwer of the deparUnwil is rec�� n
Discrimination  Must Ceat*.
-Thee date
'���, ms ordiM'ed   ih'^
ad  t" vt'ase   lis
ag:   >3t;,: Omaha    in
;h. .       Tho  viiilroii.i
efnsing car* to ��hlp-
; '<>,?<;fjl,jrai�� destined
BraKrt   Rtfuted   to W��rk.
Uran.i   l-'oi\s      It. C���   Aug.     Bo���A
wreck ojj-nrv, ,i on the Great North-
j eru   spur  to  Phoenix fm**ttrltiy.  but
n,i i'h   A..-   "riously injured    It was
anothe    .m -e ot the brUefcee if using
ro woi e,    Sey<nr��l of the jheavlri laden
i ore ilunMia *0�� piled u|k. PAGE  TWO
THE DA TLY NEWS.
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Voting Contest
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
EXPELLED BOARDERS
USE EGGS AS PROTESTS
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THIS ELEGANT LIBKARV INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASE WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THK LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE FOLLOWING   MANNER :
Tbe merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash pur-
ch ise one vote.
The contest began Aug. .'Ird, 1907, and will close Jan. 2_lrd,
1908, at 7 p. in. ,
A ballot iiox i.s placed In D. S. Curtis & Co'a drug store, where
votes are to he deposited.
At the close of tin.' contest the Lodge, Society. Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Currenl   accounts  whoa promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remem er, votes can be secured by trading with the firms listed below,
Library  Is on exhibition at  W,  E. Fales' furniture store.
D, S. Curtis will count the votes.
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Puritans of Pilot Mound
Close Hotels and Force
Many Into the Streets.
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* W.    E.   FALES
* Furniture
* HORACE   DORER
J                            Jeweler
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D.   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.    BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
* REICHENBACH   &   CO.
* Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West   End   Grocery
* MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
* Restaurant
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THE   DAILY   NEWS   PUB.  CO.
Daily  and   Weekly   News
X               ARCHIBALD  BROS.
t                           Plumbers
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MOREY  &  CO.
Books and Stationery
^             THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
��� e -..j ier  new   management i
* Lionel    Havveis,     Photographer
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Home-made    Chocolate    Confections,     Ice    Cream
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Pilot Mounl. Mun., Au,'. ib��� L.ist
nighl -��������� as om if th ��� tn >st ii- ir li rly
in the historj ot Pilot Mound. All
day ihe.- roomers and boarders, who
had been turned out by the closing of
the two hotels, paraded the streets In
se-erch of other lodgings. In the evening, those that were still homeless
| form l a parade anl presented a
number if temperance agil itoi - with
an assortmenl of eggs.
Mayor Baird had to be called and
after much difficulty succeded in restoring order. During the day a
number of travellers stopped al the
Mound and had considerable difficulty In finding accommodations,
S ime of ��� he town laborers were also
,:.. ielled to Irive to Crysl el city, a
���!!-��� ince of five miles to ge: their
mi al -.
Il is understood thai ! oth the
Shore H ius< an i the Frlen I's Hote
have been offered for sale to the temperance people .it verj low figures,
but neither ie ts been accepted and
vi r, little efforl will be pul ���'��� rth to
find other accommodations for the
public.
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry Soap
Sunlight Soap
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Just Received:
Carload of
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NEW AND STYLISH DESIGNS
Ladies' Golf Jackets
THE^JfiniEMjSE
S A. J. BIRTCH,   -   275 Columbia Street
SPIKELESS CACTUS.
Mexican      Greatly      Impressed      With
Eurbank's   Improvement  cn   Nature.
San Francisco, Aug. 25.���En: Iqu i C.
Criel, Mexican ami assad >r to the
United States, who is visiting San
Francisco, spent yesterd iy al Luth ir
Burbank's gardens at Santa Rosa. He
was ��� ofuse In his praise when he
returned to the Fairmont hote] lasl
night of all that he saw at Santa
Rosa.
"Burbank  has done a greal work." '
sai I  the ambassador.    "He has done
a  service  to  nature    the    value    of
which cannot  l.e underestimi I.   He'
has produced wonderful results. i
was especlallj interested in the spike-
li ss c ictu which lie has produced
and more so in relation to the uses
it will have in my 'iwn country.
"Mexico  is   especially   adapted   for
the extensive growth of the    cactus
and the Intro I n yon of the sj Ike!  --
. ������ ���    ������ '.    e     :'   mui')   sen Ice   lo
' ',������ c mni ry.   I shall < ertainly reci rni-
men i   the esta       .   enl    of   ex; eri-
I    tal   n -   in   Mi xi o  ���;   in   my
;  ' irn, en which the production of -
��� I s - cactus will be pursued."
SIX   ARE   DEAD.
'la:*:*2*'.:a:a.*.XM'X*:a2M^
ISOLID Gold Jewelry!
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-j        Our stock of GOLD Jewelry is  the largest ever shown  in   West- >;
'���! minst r.    Pearl  Set  BROOCHES   SAFETY  PINS and STICK  1'IXS. ��
�� KECKLETS,   CHAINS.   BRACELETS, CUFF LINKS.    It will pay you >.
;���; |   fore  purchasing, to examine oar stock of DIAMOND RINGS, both >!
* In SOLITAIRE and   combinations "r oilier precious stones.    EMER- y
I*. ALD,   SAPPHIRE,   RUBY,  OLIVINE, &c.
!���; .... ri .1 carry  Diamond  Set   BRACELETS,    BROOCHES,     EAR-  V.
>;   RINGS, &e. J
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1W. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler I
Agent for the Hamilton  Watch.
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New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths* Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
Dispatcher    Bungles    Orders,    Trains
Crash Together.
1 ikl ihoma City, Aug. 25.���Because
a train lispatcher :u S ipulpa faile i
to give train or lei - correctly, ; wo
���i ��� nger I tins on ti." :: ick Island
Numbers 212 an I riri i rashed Into
each other thi    ifternoon at 1 o'cl
mile and a half wi sl   if Tulsa, c rn
'.������:    d m  II shin _   both   loconi il re
an i fivi can . killing six person - and
���   ' msly Injuring several others.
The i !' nti 'led  dead    are:      Chri -
Bentz,   engim er,  Monett,   M >.:   Chat.
'���ran ;er      fireman,     Sapulpa;     Tom
Co mey, ei glne er,  Monett,  Mo.
Both were through trains, one lo-
Ing the bulk o] the business of Tex is
:' Ints to Okl ihoma city, and ll c
other a Texas and Oklah ima I ;.::;
oul of OKI ihoma city and Kai sas cil .
Both train   caughl flri
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
Doukhotiors A'l Arrested.
Kenora, Ont.,  A igusi   23,    D mkho-
- ���;���     ..���  lei    '.-, li    . :. ������ been sojuu .
In?   In  the  neigl   ���   m id ol   Ken
e     a     st, started tow rd    the i isl  a
few   lai.- ago.    The party gol
��� i    M     ;ach, about I ��� enty mile; ���
n they wer�� all arresl . for
marching along lhe C. P. R. tt ick,
The -.'. bole number were returned t i
Ki nor i thia evening In a freighl car
In which they are domiciled for the
The le ider oi the ban 1 li is
unaccountably disappeared an I I; u
thoughl thai with him wenl all the
tin I- of the Doukhobors.
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
P/lust Live cn Fish Nov/.
New York, Aug. 2o.���Deliveries ol
. ii al from I ical packing houses were
completely stopped today by a strlk :
of thi 100 wagon drivers. The only
meal delivered Is thai from refrigerator care. The drivers handling refrigerator car meat may strike this
afternoon.
Since August 11, when the agre ���-
menl ri-t . en rie packing companies
and the ti amsters' union expired, the
representatlvea of both have been i n-
deavorlng to adjust certain dlffet i n -
ees, bul the teamsti rs decline t'i ac-
-. ��� a i iii ���'��� providing arbitral lon
em all Questions,
DISTRICT OF NEW T
TAKE N'OTIi |
son,    of
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tim ������
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1. Con
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from   Silvei   Cre
Harrison  La        ��� 1
chains,    west '
eighty ch iin .   1
to  poinl   .,' '
2. Comme t
HOMPSJ
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the   south   banl I
about    three
trom  Sliver  i
Harrison   Lake
BRIQUETTES
chains,   south I
hundred and ' "���
chains,    and
poin!   of  com
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railway   liell
mile'.- noi th of |  ���
rison    l'eii ���
chains,
eight;   e h i
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Ne-..      IV |
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��� for burning in heating stoves
��� and grates. ���
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j Gilley Bros. Ltd j canadia^
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A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE'
2 Transcontinental Train
DAILY
Ezcursl n  rati
July  3rd,   Ith  an I Vugustl
9th and 10th.   'i'e
month -.
EU. (.ni Lt,"!',
i.i'. K. Aeecl
Saw  ..e8t_n.nl
Rushton & Spe
Victor Gramophones and Reef
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutactutets and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
SECOND-HAND ST0J
Ranges, Sto\ -
FURXI
Columbia and  Front Sts.     P.*
j. FTEnij
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
fei. 113. Office. Eighth St*
NEW    WESTMINSTER.   B.
Westminster
Transfer O
'(,,;��� 'Phone !Xf>        "'"���''  r0""'
k Coiumnia st.
aaggage delivered    protm ���" "
pari e,f llee iny.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.    \ Light and Heavy Ila
Telephone 12.
New Westminster   i
OffIsri���Tram  Oo'int
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REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -    LTD.
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NtXT ORDER OF MEAT
*br*:2*2r*2*2*. *   *   *   *   *   **:.*2r*2r*:r*2*y*2*b-*2r*y*br*b*
the brilliant newness and w>
Pianos, Furniture, I H ' i^rf
Interior   Woodwork, .Bg^,
Floors, and all polished, varm
or enameled surtftces. y
It renews and teAt^JLA
thing it touches. B��w���gB��
unnecessary, liccau.si BJo rfj  p.
Stains  and dirt inst"Mfaj,
pear, leaving a smooth, Pr
surface.. virnish. bol
Ei��uidUen��r.snotav^i)t   ^
a surface food that im ' storlnd
the old finish, in.smiiyjiht.1
the latter to its on^naj   j^m
ness.   Easy to<���*Z%Zrt, V"ei\
of cheese cloth is necessary.
instantly. ,���fn,rer wri^l
One  delighted  enstnrner    ^|
that it is worth $100P��
The price ia only 50 cen��
Af��wtn��LJ">t"gJ' i"Jb!^---
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T. J. TRAPP & CO., If- Ae Cj.  Z6i
1907
THE DA I I.V NEWS.
PAG?: THRKK
te
NERVY OWNER STOLE
CITY ELECTRIC LIGHT
Just Wkat You
Want For Your
��� BQYS rii
A New .Suit
2-piece and 3-piece
|3.50, $3.75, $4 up to $8
the suit
PHILLIPS
Tke Wardrobe Clothier
namo Placed on Boat
Town   Left   in   Deep
Darkness   Bank Annoyed
.   .   --.....- en j
be effects     oi
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a neigh    rin-
ts   elect
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night hou
a. Dr. of R Harboi
:/ -      ad    ��� .-.<���'.,���.
.. .��� - -.������:' .-
the
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'      �� -'      -���':
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.-���..'.- ��� ...     was
Grei ���
learm
eat tbi .:.-..���       . .  ba
��� - ���   -������ li:.     '���   ���������      ;    . -      fore il
-   .'. e of it.
It n a e    '-.-������ ':.
--���������. ���.     : -   v. hich  fur-
* light  the 'own.
in is   heavllj.
interest) thi I  th<   trou-
T ie   S :,   J lan    County    Bank
holds thi   ���.    -.  ge, which it   eclares
les thi      wer planl    This is de-
1. ron, an I i   forstall its
��� I '1: ��� ���: n m    away
Atton the b uli are in Frl-
ind will bi ing  suit
��� rec  ��� ��� ���   '  ���   pro] ertj     Mi anwhile
, If tl      -...-'��� the town
���'  li   ���    ���     . ..-   n ovei I'   Ca] ron'e
' . - - nd thi    ������'.' ul I liki   to
���    ��� . a      '.int.
Do you know tat I carry in stock te
best Pianos made in te Dominion?
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PIANOS
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS. DOMlhlOt,
NORDHEIMER.
ORGANS- -
BELL, DOI.ERTY AND SHERLOCK MANNING.
TALKING MACHINES-
EDISON, VICTOR AND COLUMBIA.
Over 6000 Records to choose from
place for you to visit when lonesome
My .-tore is the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Hear our latest
Monthly Records and you will take them home with
you if you have a Talking Machine. If not let me sell
you one. None need say he cannot get a machine. My
new easy paymeut plan enables all tei have a Talking
Machine. 1 want to sell to every family in this district. You will be surprised how easy it will be for you
to have a Piano, a Sewing Machine or a Talking Machine in your house.    REMEMBER THE PLACE-
New Westminster's  Music   House,
Burr Blk, Col'bia St.   Phone A278
J. H. TODD, ^^^
Agi nt for Singer and Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
��� rltlsh Columbia Coast  Lln*
Service.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston, __,
7 '   Princess May   July 26, 11 p. m.
And all the principal business centers of  Princess Beatrice.. .Aug.  2,  11  p.  m.
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and  the MARI-   Princess May Aug. 9,  11  p.  ra.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(S-.ibject to change without notice).
S'.eamer. Leaves Vancouver.
Princess Beatrice . . . July 6, 11 p. ru.
Princess May July 111. 11 p. m.
Princess Beatrice. . .July 19, 11 p. m.
CREDITORS   WERE   EASY.
PURE GOODS ARE
ICOWail'S Perfection COCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS TBEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
45   MILLIONS
THAT  IS  VOUR  SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   BANK   WITH
Two  Months' Resident  Secured Thousands cf  Dollars.
Winni] - z,   Man     Augusi   25.���Anx-
e loi   ini   '        R. C.
ey, who is s I     ���      tne-
��� "���-��� en   Winni.'' -      '���> 1    the
I'nited   State.;       un lary in  a Xoi th-
- h : ��� -. ��� hi
erty,     Morley had been   running
ee irage   in   the   i 11    roller    rinl
G    ry sl   ��� the ] .is' two m n
;".; ' ling to thi stoi givei
hi ered ., he lid some wi 11, in
high ':- m Ins luring b:r I ri :' i ���
rei r. Mode , ;..- froni the S ��� -
r I im ind ft< ��� w ii king in s me
��� ��� al gar igi - for a month, -:��� I
to start up for hlnftelf. Hi Inr-
' .M I s< vera! thousand dollai - on
notes and skipped with two aul m -
bile? not his own.
The =
ROYAL BANK ^CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS  OVER   45,000.000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
���ar on Savings Hunk deposits.
F. B.  LYLE,   Manager.
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
MONEY CAN BUY
AI ANY PRICE
VISIT
Bank of Montreal
Bones  of  Monster  Found.
On  Queen    Charlotte    Island    the
' one s ol r. gigantic animal of prehistoric origin have '<'i'ii discovered that
are  so   pon lerous    and   jinusual   ii
- ���    us   to   mystify   s cii n Ifl
n ��� ���: v.:.      ...       ���; ���' , ru,   Tl    boni
have   been   brought    to    Van ouvi  .
where I ie;  now are on e_ hibil   m,
me isure i    seven    feel
across th    on hea ! and the eye sock-
ighti en  Inches in diameti r,
e' .    , ' the : lbs  Is sixteen fi el   long.
The   . tilmal   when   Rllve  i oul I   have
led tl    Ibllag   ofl the  tops of
lest I     tn es,   Human beings and
mlnial -   if to la
h vi   ...- pi are l like   pigmys    I ���   I
usti r that once   ta   ��� '   i
primeval  I   esl  on Qui en  Chn
lotti        ��� ;
THE
Royal Studio
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Fulls.
Fe.- Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAjX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European [ue.nts.
special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
Princess Beatrice.. .Aug.  16,  11  p.m.
Princess May  Aug. 23, 11 p.m.
Princess Beatrice.. .Aug. 30, 11  p.m
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROl TE
S.S.  Princess Victoria leaves Vancou
ver, 1 p.m. dally.
Leaves Victoria daily at 1 a.m.
VIC i ORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Leaves Victoria daily except Monday
; at 8:1.0.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Victoria    ou    Tues laj    an,I
Friday at 7 a.m.. and leaves N'en West
minster on Wednesday and  Saturday
at 7 a.m. . t��l
VANCOUVER NANAIMC WrOTEI
IS     -J \~1^_5. ?. Joan
Leaves Vancouver ^'.v. at L;30 p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE'. " .,' ���
Steamer Queen  City. ~\i
Leaves Victoria at  11   p.m. on  1st,
7th, and Hth each mouth for Claycv
Iquot;   leaves Victoria    ou    20th    for
Quatslno and way points.
For full informtion call on or write
C. F. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C
ADVERTIS1
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New   Westminster ou  Mon
Jay,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursday
and Friday at  2 p.  m.  and  Saturday
..    ���    , ,- v,-.j - I l! - P- m. with additional trip on Mon
N THE DAILY NEWS.
A. 11
CHARLTON,
Portland.
Ore
lay at a a. rn.
fj ���   i 1      LIAWCIC     H r Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesdav,
proprietor, l. hawlw Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co. *��**^.���^v *******>*
r ^_\\\U*U*U*U*U*U*U*U*U*U*U*U*Umt      fiVIHoV      Of      ��      een        M        ��JJin	
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
(pr i' un< -."I Hoyes)
. N. Draper
ESTABLISHED 1811
^ITAL
.$14,400,000.00
^fcE'"~   "U__U'  $11,000,000.00
 *. i;��;-������ ���,;:.'���:.-;: :\
'. "ik, Chicago aud  Spokane, I ,S.a , ana ���
..     '      Banking Business Transacted. . ���
GL',t(r��ol credit issued, available will, correspondents ... all uai
I S^Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of *�����*>"��
merest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) add
k     'our times a year.
I ��,al Asset, over $168,000,000.00.                                BBYMNER, Manager
WESTMINSTER BRANCH. ����� "��� .	
MAIL CONTRACT
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-"P Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
�� HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO Manager.
E'WALKER, President ^X'  LAIRD, General
A GENERAL BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
, FARMERS'  BANKING.
^ 'ac.llty  afforded   Farmeri for   their  banking  baseness.    Sa
'������heel or taken  for collection, wIthdrawn oby mail.
BANKING   HY   MAIL-Deposits   may be made or wm
town accounts  receive every attention. ��.,��_____���
^W WESTMINSTER  BRANCH-M. It. ^ZrloCK
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O CLUWk.  . ..
Oui-of.,.
SEALED TENDERS  addressi d
ehe Postmaster General, will be re-
. ..: Ottawa until noon, <>n Fri-
lay, the twenty-seventh day of Sep-
tenil ��� r,  for the    unveyance   of  His
v,     sty's mails, on a proposed confer four years, twice jier wee':
i    h way, between New Westminst ���
Strawberry  Hill  (Proposed  Post
Ol    ���   on   Scott Road),  during    the
Pos master General's pleasure. ���
Prlnte i   notices  containing   further
im ntion aa to conditions of pro-
os   I  contract  may    be    seen    = i��-J
.rms of tender may be obtained ai the Post Offices of New Wrii1-
niinster and from Mr. Robt. G. Lee,
S.v.t  wad, and at the office of Hit
Tost Office Inspector.
Tost Office Inspector's Office,
Vancouver, B. C, Aug. 16. 1907.
JOHN R. GREENPIEL
Poit Office Imp?
B. C. Land
Surv c>or
Cllard  Slock.   New  We��t"iln��t��r, B.C
H. STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOI h,    NEW WESTMINSTER
 1
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST*
The only all rail route between all
points t.est, weft and south to Rosi-
uid, Nri.j'n .'md intermediate points
ronnecting at Spokane with the Great
Sforthern, Northern PacAfic and O. R.
. N   Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek point-.
Connects at Meyiri Falls with
���t.ige  I'-iily for  Rt'iuihlic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday.    November    10,
1901.
Leave
9.20 am.
11.2S P��n.
j.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane   7.15 p.m.
..Rossland   4.10 p.m.
..  Nelson  6.45 p.m
H. A. 1ACKSON
���EMPRESSES
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
11,000 J 'EMPRESS OF BRITAIN \ 14,600
_^__^_^_^_���^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^���__^_^_^_^_^_���
H. Power { EMPRESS OF IHELANI ��� )    ToiCS ' [or
Partli
OM
CONfAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE\HORSE,   DAWSON   and
riU:-     Daily tr��in��  itxcepl
., i    carrying   j)������enRrr*,   mmil,
i   freight   connect   with
���riicross ��nd White Home.
throujih winter aervice.
eiation apply to
GliWiiffcttf MuMvti,
. '/'',:���
tn.;  Friday at tt a. in. additional
trip  Saturday  5  p,  ni.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New  Westminster, B  s,  ni.
la; i, Wednesdays and Fridays.
:., ives Chiiliwack ~ a. m, Tuesday,
rhursday   and   Saturdays,   calling  at
ic lings  between   New  Westminster
:. i Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN  B.  C.  ROUTE.
S.   S.  Tees
Leaves Vancouver st 8 p.m, -nd
iiiei 16th of each month, calling at
S'eiidecate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
leparture are bi proximate,
Fur rtMrvaUons ind Informatton
n'i or address
F.n QOULET,
Asent. K*W  WMtUtMttr,
B, .i   COTLB,
,a��t. Gen.  Fas*    \:c      V uicoaver.
J. W   TROUP,
��� ���leneral BvptrtetendMit. Victoria
Westminster Iron Works
CT^NERAL MAriHINK AND KMriNHS
WORK.
8H1P SMITHING. BKllH*a an<1
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental Iron wore, including
Fences, Gates, Fir* bacapea, etc.
Matll orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BDOBIB BlRKBT1'.
474. PAGE  FOUR
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THE   DAILY   XEWS.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
.dices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets. New Westminster. B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
M:NDAY.AUe.
WINDSOR SALT is made in
Canada. Cotfs no more than the
cheap imported salt ��� and is much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
194 W
, without labor, reached here last eve- '
i ning, en route east.     They were not
' liccorded   as   much   sympathy   as   the'
' previous party, as fn^ people begin to
think they arc imposing ou thei: good
nature,    anil    have      been      a      sed
:-
to
the
direction
their I
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpareil). 12 lines .o
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions
Canada, but to those of Great Britain
as well.    The teams representing the
     Briri-ri   X-'    H   Artillery  association
Reading notices, bold  face type, 20  and the Canadian Artillery association
nte     ma.,     lino     \,~a.,lr.-     ~-    -..-. ~Ji
were composed of citizen soldiers. The
standard of efficiency  attained by of
fleers ami  men in all  c:Lses was ex-
marriages   or   ceedingly   creditable.     Artillery   is   a
for sales,  lost   gcientlHc   branch  or the service, and
cents  per  line, brevier  or  nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For   time   contracts,   special   posl
tions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    births
deaths,  50c.     Wants,
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per   word.      No  advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day  Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
<B$WMJ&m
MONDAY, AUG.  26,  1907
INQUESTS   NECESSARY.
fine-  nf   thos^  errors   which   are so
apt io occur in hurried writing, gave
io een article which appeared on the
front   page of this   paper  on   Friday
last,   the  appearance  of   em   insinuation against a leading medical practitioner of this city,  'end  that  error,
for which the Dally News lias already
expressed ainl again expresses its regret,   makes   it   a   somewhat   painful
mailer to refer to the subjeel again: :
but   a   newspaper  must   put  its duty'
lo the public fir~t.    It  was that feel-
in- of duty which caused the puhlica- '
tion uf our former article, anel which
now Induces us to return to the Ktib-
ji'ct.    There was no Intention ee' first
ami there is no intention now to im- '
part  blame to anyone.    Tbe officials'
acti -I in   -hi-   matter,   we   believe
ibe  honest    exercise
which   the  law
demands of its officers and men a
high standard of technical knowledge
and skill, and no doubt the British
were surprised to tin I tb*- Canadians,
who drill f'.r only compartirely short
periods each year, so well up with
their work. Nevertheless, the dis-
cernment and adaptability of the C'an-
eeelians enabled them to learn enourii
from the excellence of the British
drill eiurin-' tbe final stages of the
competitions to equalize the results."
route and how to go about obtaining
alms. A number of little children
were in tbe party. The/ come from
fhumler Hill village, who are under
the leadership of a man who has al-
ways been agitating and creating unrest among hi.s people. He is trying
to induce the Doukhobors engaged
with the farmers to join the pilgrimage, but with no 'cc: es. Two of ihe
younger people ! ive already deserted
and returned to their homes.
Tbe- announcement that the C. P. R.
will probably nm two transcontinental trains per day eill winter is a pretty good straw to Indicate which way
the wind of British Columbia's prosperity  is  Mowing.
Surplus from Trams.
Nottingham. Eng., Aug. 25.���Lasl
year the municipal tramway carried
31,000,000 passengers, an increase of
2,355,386 over the previous year. The
undertaking shows for the year a pro-'
fit of over ��24,001 and of this sum
'-'17,110.1 has gone to the relief of the
rates
of a
WE THINK THEY^]
A GOOD BUY
198x132 ft, with 66 ft. streets
01   wo sides
How tho ae r i im'ng h iusi    ri sha
- empanied    bj   thi e    count n
                                              I H                ���.;--���'.��� I
There  has   been   no   accident   a   omobile   md I dd Chief Ma I   .
prions or fata! nature through-   story
and a 100 ft. street on one end,  for $-i2    '
on terms. ^0��
These lots are nearly all cleared, ami ���..���,
50 feet from the survey of the new \- '   �� y
car line, and only one block from the 12^?^
They face south and have a fine view. "        Car
Hale & Lan
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PRopERt]
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER  R r
Phone   335
out the vear.
       in
of discretion
as Interpreted allows
them; the fault, therefore, lies with
l li^ law.
The protection of a country's citizens is the first duty of the government of that country, an'l the ;je,inr
tv< wish to mai e Is that full public
':���-..estig: tl in it;'" everj case of violent ��� ,:��� tnnatural death is necessary
for the nrotection of th/-
The   latest  piece  of  Tory   "ch ek'
is  tbe  accusation    that     Sir    Wilfrid
Laurier wan's to make a political issue  oul   ol   tiie   "all   red"   route  proposal.   Tii" bool is on the other foot,
Notwithstanding the fac:  thai prominent     Conservatives   advocate     the
scheme, certain organs of that party
are  snee-i ing   at   it   an I   i bbnr:   it   a
"fad" and :���. "ciazj idea" an I :-������ f >rth ' .
'���and why?    There- are two theories,   {
but which is the true on ��� '���>������   do not : (
know.    One  is  that  Tory  opposition
io the proposal arises only an i sim- '
ply  freen;  the  fact  tha-   ti..-   | .:   iral
le i l<      iroughl   the   in ittei   forw li i.
tb'- a ii'-:- i~ tiie- the pow ���   ii hin I ;.ie |
Conservative  party���the  "institution'
which  owns tha;  party���is withholding assent to the scheme in tbe mean-
time until it sees whether its will be
in ri- own interest tee approve it.
:-   -.:.i   Inform   I  the hat
. Nakus.. ima   had   run   .e ��� -..-    ���-���
(wife,     i.'os'.a   sail   tha:   N
^^^^^^^^B  h.ii i
i,��� c*_��,i    r~.   _ ���    ..,-_     i, ���       co '.   follow   the eloping ���   thi
Jap  Steals Countryman s Wife.   Using
a,,.,, ,,_  ���  ������        r-      _. had      disappeared       ��� hief      Merit'..
Auto as  Runaway Coach.
  se irehed the three Japs f :.--.-
Tacoma, Aug. 25.-In search of his   "l   rap0D''     :'   'i::   '' "   find  a:
,     , i ���>'        ���.',.���'���'-. i -   of the g
wife, who. he said, had been abducted '
ELOPED IN STYLE.
I Two Teasers!
i Tb; ���:;!:!   10-acre   blocks    fronting     'in     I:
t     $100   per   acre.     Terms
m;- morning  while  he
ages "��� the city,   starte I   ���  ::.   i r
was at work   se .������ -,   ;- ,-���  the  aul n
II.   Nakushima,   proprietor of the   car: e i awaj   his  wife
jfl   .      -   fronting on  the  North   Arm,  close  to
    $325   Per   acre.    Teor.s
THESE AUK MONEY MAKERS
Ree
Sure
In th��
pubiri.
e case which has given rise to
I b      discus -ion,    the    officials    who
the facts w< re satisfie I thai the
D    ::' i bis     own
han-i. ���       n to doubl
ndi ot their
More   Doukhs  on  Tramp.
Miunedosa, Aug. 22.���Another partj
of thirty Doukhobor pilgrims, seeking
natun   - upplies fi ml
and see us at once about those
quarter acre Lots. Fourth street
(on car line).
Prices range from $150 to
$250, on easy terms.
i
k.
Abbott & Hyde
Next Guichon Hotel
New Westminster
I    ^   .    r^-Ci!/JDjLliD   Estate
: 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 31.
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a-
i.
'    '|'l!   ���
as a -I. .
been.    \<,
conclusion;
^^^^^_^_te (���'-'-:. I ���/.'���
. ,i  ,     the
i mosl       ���        .   |i
That d elf was mosl
v. . t ha    ieen then
I'i ���       ent ha    fori i d rie- mat-
' (cil    In   ������  wa:
i .-iii conci med
������'���" il :     have
fgu.     -     lowever, sh "il I be, ".��� ,��� in
propel      ' ri  to.inde I    i] m    I c  eir-
tan       of anj     iriJculai    case
TI ���   _���   ��� ���.'.'������ which  we have
-���:, ��� -: ���_'������      i: -     ���       |irove!
ri  evi r   m     ������ ho    Ivi      the    m itter
i 01
It   shotil I   b''   quit'-    evident    lhal
prh ��� : ii! :���  Into the cil cum tancc
e : ,-: -b- tth which has resulte 1 I rim
. ihi i' th in nal ural causei cannol in
;ill i - ��� .,- .-'iIrii(���:/���:11 to establii h
tli<> fan of iccidenl or -'ii' Ide, and in
sentimental considerations should he
allow- I to tand in the wa;.' of Mich
full emi searching enquiry as shall
pul ilu- law officers of the crown in
posse .i ". all ascortaina de facts.
I',i ell ' ���' e- well ii j ,i proper
reelln ��� ��� " Ihe sacredness of human
life, d ll -rU lhat the full I . _ ..
I-Ubll -    turned   upon    ail    sm i
e h ies.    \n   hlng    hort of thai���ti
ea ���  the hiding
e - enti il f icts    v." ill    lalnly ope
way |     .    trn   n ee ch would sooni
late      '      ... ti a l\ nntagc of.
Wi   '.'    1  n ei dwell    further
ihjecl   now .     '< -   w -  bav
.,   ". io give     I lu. matter consld-
wil    see al    om o    thai    v e
shoui I   fi II  in  our duty   to I he community If we neglected  to  point onl
ih"   Iaii       of allow Ing such ensi     is
t hal   upon w hich  w e have i omniented
to be kept from the knowle Ign of
public nnd I rented as private matters
w hich i ould be proiiertl     lh posed o(
I ,  en;,  oi  two official.- after mon
b ss pi rfunctorj    personal   Invosi
tion.
BIG GUNS.
Spi ee    e    of  the resull of
cent   artillery   competitions
Canadl a and Old Counl ry  \
teams, the i llobe says:
Tee Canadian gunners at
bene won the King's cup, Al Peta-
i.., ��������� n l isi month the Canadians were
also successful, and won the Prince
'.'' Wah ' cup and the Londonderry
Chalh tige cup. * * * * * ��� Tbe
record of the work done throughout
these i ! !l' ���' fCompelltions, wb.ii-h
I 6j en on July -ri' and closed August
t;. oughl to lie highlj gratifj Ing not
only   t '   tbe   military  authorities   i :'
On thc Altar
This close-in Home is practically SACRIFICED.
The owner wishes to build to suit himself, and
before he does so he will let his pi "sent modern
residence %o at
$2,500
BOURNE y GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia St. pets
^,- -.. -���������������������������������.������������>..��..o-*>>.>..��..��..^
W.  E.   PALES'
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
1   '   ��� : " '   furniture and House   Furnishings   Deaii
:' '" ' I  Embalmer, and  I will sell you anythii    . . necb.a
':' :   ' w you be "- r value than you can  get in at
���  ' cil       Tr;   me.
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 2=c up. China
Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from-15c up. Curtam Stretchers, the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all gi ides i'i
prices. Iron Beds, white and tint enamels. $3.50 and er. Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all  descriptions.
'     ��� i work and repairing done on .b���,r: st in
.   ��� ��� : and satisfaction guarantei 1,    New good
1 nave   " I :':" hlock an.] am still doing bus:-.       |
-rn i it. the s.-iti Id wav
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"NED   RUB"
The Latest Hair Tonic
PrSce
: RYALL'S D1UG STORE
************ ***********
* *
Ladies, Win
$15���or
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
HOUSE, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO., Cburnc,
OFFER   TWO   PRIZES - First, $15;   second,  $10, <"r
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the   forthcoming l'!''
vincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL    PLOUR  -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed���all that Is necessary is thai the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STREET.
New Westminster,
Telephone ri %. 1307
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ke latest trade magazines cannot emphasize
pongly the increasing popularity of these serine materials.
4.   a ins; Includes the    Mun iy,    McBet ing
r>'le,   Dun las.   12       Bl -       W - D _
| Roy, Kins !���::..    \   \   .-.  Tartan
 66c. 75c. 90c and $1.00 yard
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I0MPLETE!
this stoi e's   re   itation   for   Re loods      a.i
ri'ly and trash)   cheap   stock,   we           led   I
u  entire Btock  f nd m isl
��� - ;.'��� I  and conJu ted i
ni' in the  Be t  Stoi n i   n
m ll keel  In plain I
fin l   every  line rid
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STORE   CLOSES    Al    5    P. M.
JUST   RECEIVED
f/je Cash Stores *
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CITY NEWS
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a today for the I
::--  ��   h   ,  Eul   teaching  staff
ei ts ��� >r a large atten lauce.
li  l. Edmnods and VV. \\ Oartj re-
i I -.- ���     . ag from a short:
'"'' : ��� n   trip as   fai   south   is   Port-:
1 in >.
iwn   Baa i,  8   liars  for  25
cents a-. Kyle  �� Son, Front street.
':'-  H.  .Smith   lef:   oa   Saturday  fori
>nto,   Mon:; ial   and   the   fea ltn_j>
'" i cities on a purch islng   rip
md winte   _ io ri
\ -in   twenty     New    Westminster
: "      went t i Bellingh im on Satur-
I ������ ���  '     '"en ;  the  B -\ Ingh in   ��� arni-
-   e closed on thai da e
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acres   at   Hammond   with   fourl
���i ������        ired .ne 1 in fruit.    New six- j
b mse      Bargain   for $2,600;
nils to suit.    Abbott &.  Hyde,  next]
m   hotel.
In .i   -   win ;  blew  ie ��� the gull ail,
Fridaj and Saturday with th<   reel al   loats outward hound
���    - lige 1   t e  tie  up at Steveston
ten ��� at of the- sale,   i
i
'���
:. -   ed-sch lonei  Snowen-
left   porl   ;. la;    afti   :: on
cargo   ol   lumlx       Ei -        'lie
F isei   River sawmils     She   will un- I
'   i   p irtloi hi     cargo :     San
'���' .-.:. . -   r
Fruil   and  poull      fa :     In   Sti rej.
miles  Erom    New    Westminster,
���       ���, ������   'ri well; 15 acr - ��� leaie 1,
Ude      bottom.      Price
$25 per   i Easy payments. White
Shiles &   i o., 260 Columbl i Street,
New Westminster. S-16-7 |
M irj   Dick,  ��� ���   Indian wi man who
ii en a  pal ient at the St. Mary's
'.-.-'-. e
Satu afte rno in.    Tht
���   ship] ed    toda    to   Lytton, wh >re
relatives of I ;ed      side.
Tl - utended  for G< ��� i -������
auneur wh    an Into
ng lad o\   :   i week    e .nol
i the
:     to local      tl       elusl re
- . ,    .���'.-- -        in
M ���:.- y I    loan i - : -    oa ap-
ve: se   .   '
,, S       -. Co
il. J. Phillips paid a vtstl to Har- j
rison Hot Springs yesterday.
K.   C.   Meyers    aud     Mrs.    Meyers,
went down to Everett, Washington, on
Saturday on a visit to friends.
��� Choice creamery butter at 150 cents j
per lb. at Kyle & Son, Front street.
i
Legagne Worthtngton of the Fraser
River tannery clerical staff, left Sat- i
urelay for Port Harvey, where he will
siii'iid  a couple of weeks.
F, C. Griffin formerly G. N. It. agent
in this city, and now agenl al Blaine,
was In the- city on Saturday. He
brought his Utile daughter here to
attenel school.
If yeiu require good towels tor 40-
cents each, go to Kyle and Son. Front '
street.
Dr.  Harvey Clan', who    has    been
one of the physicians of thfi Toronto |
asylum for about a year, kas been ap- '
pointed assistant  medical superinten- ;
den' ol the asylum a: New Westminster.
T;i>' hull of a fairly large tug lias i
just been placed In the water by the
builder, Sam Dawe, and a few days'
ago was sold to Captain Blssette, ofl
Vancouver. The boat was constructed!
near the Emmerson dock arite-r the
North  Arm.
For all kinds of cat flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
The river improvement committee
is endeavoring ti arrange a meet ine;
with the Hon. Wil I im Templeman
for :' pui p ise of 1,: lng before that
official the necessitj >l deepeningthe
Fraser river channel. Mayor Keary.
chairman of the committee, has written Mr. Tenipleman asking '' r an opportunity of laying the case before
him. The minister will be given >i
comprehensive idea of whal is required in order to put the river in
condition to handle the volume of water trade which Is gradually coming
to the river, and he will be asked to
support the committee's representations to the Ottawa government.
We are selling two dozen bottles .
of lemon and vanilla extract for 15 !
cents per bottle at the Good Cheer j
Store, 255 Front street.
FOR
FURNITURE
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS. WINDOW SHADES,
PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES, GO-CARTS. LACK
CURTAINS,   PORTIERS,    UPHOLSTERING, CABINET
WORK,    SHEETS,    PILi.LOW  CASES,  BLANKETS.  &c,  &C,
It  will  pay  you  to  try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73.
DUPONT  BLOCK.
COLUMBIA   STREET.        NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
After making an attempt to close
all real estate offices in the city on
Saturday afternoons, and succeeding
fairly well for some weeks, the dealers in land have almost abandoni I
the scheme, as several of theni will
refuse to keep closed on Saturdays
in future. On Saturday afternoon
only about half a dozen offices remained closed, all the others doing
business as on any other day. It ri
expected thai it will be only a matter of time before all the offices are
again open on Saturdays, as the
present system is far from satisfactory io all concerned.
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p. in., of MONDAY, September 2, 1907, for supply
of Oats, Hay, Bran and Straw, delivered to order in the city for the
Corporation, for one year.
The lowest or an.v tender not necessarily accepted.
W.  A   DUNCAN,
City  Clerk
City  Hall, New Westminster,
August 23, 1007.
Columbian College
will   re-open  3   a.   m.,
TUESDAY, Sept. 17
Gymnasium and  Y.   M. C. A.
building will be ready for use
October  1st.
For Calendar, etc., address:
COLUMBIAN      COLLEGE.
Condensed
Advertisements
TO LET���Bed sitting room furnished,
near Crescent and car. Apply White
Sillies   &   Co.,   Columbia   streel.
WANTED���Boy lo take charge of office. Apply in own handwriting to
S. G. care of Daily  News office.
WANTED���Assistant iu the ready to
wear department, must have experience.   Apply W. S. Collister & Co.
ROOM AND BOARD In private family.    Apply   corner   Queens   avenue
and Eleventh street.
WANTED���To rent a furnished cottage or flat Immediately.   Apply A.
C,   Daily   News  Ofice.
JAPANESE BOY attending day school
wants work with good family. Remuneration $1.1111 per week, with
room and board. Apply to R. F.,
P, (). Box 545, city.
WANTED���Experienced or inexperienced girls as sewers. Apply 247
Front street.
WANTED���By experienced young
laily, position as stenographer and
typist. Write Miss E, D, News
office.
FOR SALE���A growing bakery and
confectionery business on Columbia
street. A splendid opportunity for
a man with small capital. Apply
165 Columbia street. ri.
Ma Iras   Muslii -' city;   ���
iloring on   i s; from 40c  ���
  ������    ���
T. H. SMITH
267 and 271 Columbia Street, New Westminster.
������������������������������������������������
A Large Shipment of
rockery ^Glassware
PVE US A CALL IF VOU REQUIRE ANY-
RING  IN  THAT LINE.       OUR   PRICES
ARE  RIGHT.
��������*e��****
ADAMS y DEANS
lasy Money!
' '    ' Hal is limited, we ��� in   show   you where   you
'   ooJ returns,   On the new car Hue we  can  sei
/     '"       Which are bound to'double in value In shorl
'       Hara invested now will make you open youi '
""'   '";i:i- one-quarter cash, and balance over -' >"<
Illl sw. i
mai s and plans al our ofl
fcLEOD, MARK & CO.
W FQrm ,      , c      !#���#-�� New Westminster
"rrn Land Specialists, nKW
. .-.. i e   street, < ity.
lati   r tl is    - n reg-
s nin     'i.i    men   m'Ul   a epear
ef >;���   Fishei i is  Inspector C.B Swe
:      ��� ������ .     Thi   offence   Is
.. -   :.     "     '
1; :i month ago, the unlawful flsh-
jns . : " i >vt' the Frasi rlvi r
erl Ige.
���      riegi i ss v, hi   was
-   '    in   ri ini I ��� -
ople,  an I   wh<   i -
��� ..-   Pi. ,::; -ril   isyl im   b.   this
four n   i ,; - ago, has
. | -. .,-   [ to oi - L'-
the    i ollce   ma Sl ���   will
���   . in tl     Winn!     - jail.
,.-,.. ,... f] ,wers, bouquets or funeral di signs tele '��� me T. Davies &
Son.  B 20$.
A  number  of    In ���'���        n
-. . .!-   a ���    ��� ��������� ill :���-   :'"- '   ' '
,        .. 3    ��� ������      olice stati    . h iv-
:. convict   1   n various c! ai ?,
.   -      morning     in each case,
whisky  pla i     a  more or li ss      ui -
,   ���       i:    ' : led   bn   th     I
Is Lizzie Seym mr, a klootchman wh
has  ha 1   prevl ms   ���- iu ilntani -���  '-'���'':-
the interior of    tl;    lockup.    M i ar-
, j- . were  ma 1    : esterday.
i   -���    Fairview      intermediates    of
\  iver   will   m isl   pro abl     ��� ; .
u3l a picke i li i mi Hate I ��� im of
this city on Thursd iy evening of this
,, :.. arrangements for a game on
��� - date being now on the : oinl of
,. letion. The - Intend - pu
,1,, j,- itrongi si i ombinatl m in the
li .;.i on this occasion, an I the Fair-
view lads will certainly have :. hai 1 '
tlrae 0f it if they Intend to i tti m I
;,, |,.,.;, up their reputation.
;. room modern house, close in;
convenient to Central public sch wl,
Immediate possession. Snap $1370;
terms. Abbott & llyde.,next Gulch in
hotel.
The Rev, Dr. and Mrs. Crafts, the
well known Sundaj workers of the
Eastern United States, will vtsii this
,.;,-, this week, Dr, Crafts wlll l-
' dress a meeting of "National Bins."!
Mrs. Crafts will a I Iress a meeting ia
the same < hurch i n W- Ines' . afternoon, taking as her subjei : "GoJ
made the world and tli" W un n
Dr. Crafts' advan :e ag nt, R iv. Dr
Tutt3|      reached    In    S .     Vi ir x
churd -   -       '- A
qu - n's Av. nre- ri. th i'.'i'. church lis
evi aln_j.
Optical Department
A   large   proportion   cf   the     public
these  days   wear  GLASSES���still     a I
larger proportion need them.    We are
In shape to suit glasses to any sight
n ���  matter  how   young    or  how  old.;
V ��� ;   may  have  jus:   failing   sight  or
you may  have mixed  sight.    It's  all
the same to us, we have the applian-
��� - and glasses to suit: anybody and.
everybody.    As    to   prices,  well    we
have   them   from  50'cents  up.    XO
FIT XO  PAY.
The New Westminster
Hair Dressing Parlor has the only
Vibratory Massage Machine for Ladles in the city. There is nothi.i; like
it for building up the flabby muscles
of the face and neck. It is also excellent for all nervous complaints.
Manicuring   for  ladies  and  ;;e i 'e
men.    Also   scalp treatment   for   a',
disease and  falling hair.
OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia
Streel. Entrance on Sixth Street
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, nn Hastings St., \V. next door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. E. J. Grieve, proprietress.
6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth 8;.,
between Third and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
sold Immediately; a bargain at
$1500, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
& Co.,  Front  St.
D.S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spectacles,Seeds
New Westminster
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well as pi ispective customers, thai new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added 1 his ri; -������ stock of
nj tic el good -. He wishes all
to call to l< ok, to buy or t-' rest.
Same   o'.i   address:
331 ��ile;lini|5 Sl.       VANCOUVER
GENTLEMEN!
What is nicer than a
well-cut Su't, made of
the finest materials'.'
I have the finest selection! of Cloths to
choose from in Vancouver.
THE VERY LATES! STYLES
DAN STEWART & CO., Tailors
145 Hastings St. W., -   te&f&S
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively In timber. Have large and smat.
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. S. P.. Chaneller,
lu;   Hastings  St..  Vancouver.  B.C
! ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
Tei accommodate 111 tl ��� guests
������ who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired thai all h mse-
holders prepared to offer accommo-
| elation at reasonable rates will leave
their addresses with Edward Hoult
billeting agent at the city hall, where
all  information  may   be obtaini i.
ALEX. GARRETT,
Chairman of the Billeting committee.
For Sale or Charter
STERN-WHEEL STEAMER "HAMLIN." Length 146 feet, width 30
feet, depth -1 feet G inches. Engines 15x60, built In Pittsburg, Pa.;
shaft 8 inches. Boiler locomotive
type, length 20 feet, diameter 72
inches; working pressure' 125 lbs.
All pipe connections complete.
Particulars, price, etc.. apply to
H. A. JONES
407   Cordova   St.,   Vancouver.
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What's the use of a savin9 your dough
When it might take wings and fly
By flames that would lay your dear home low,
So fire protection you should buy.
Yes, I have the best protection money can buy and at the lowest price.
If you are thinking of insuring, phone, write
or call for rates.
A. W. IVIcLEOD* General Insurance Broker
Phone 62
Armstrong Block, New Westminster. B. C.
\\ 0. Box 394
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THE DAILY NEWS.
NEW SULTAN MAKES
TROUBLE EOR OLD
Good Investments
MCNday
pROFESSj|
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Moors Split Into Two Fighting Parties ���Arms Smuggler Captured at Tangier.
in
Choice Acreage
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Btreel
Westminster
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ters,
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AND
Tangier. Aug. 25.���A fierce strugg ���
foi thi Moroccan thi m is es] ��� cte I
beri - - ee result ol Mouley Mafri I
ming hii iself sultan in Morocco
citj a week ago, according to advices
111 j:k here today. He was hailed
as leader by his followe] s.
'i ie tribes of Southern Morocco a -
rallying tee the standard of Mouley
Hafid and ll Is - \ e ted Abdul Aziz.
the preseni sultan, will lune a bard
fighl t.e hold his throne against his
ele-'. : mine i n latlve In view of the
Bupporl sure to be given the pretender by the dlssatisfii i tribesmen of
the south.
The proclaiming of Mouley Hafid
n ��� titan was accomplishe 1 with gr< it
i ��� ri mony, todaj's advices state. A salute ' f four guns marked bis assumption ef the throne, There was a no-
i.e I review of In - partj. Chieftains
of half a dozen of the fiercest and
mcsl warlike tribes Immediately paid
their homage to their new sultan and
pi mlsed their aie! in ousting Abdul
Aziz.
Mouley Hafid immediately formed
:��� couri and announced Jabbao Cures;-;
Pasha e r Kasbah as his vizier. He
announce? his intention of naming
bis brother, Mohammed, as kalii ' of
Fez.
Mouley Hafid is supposed to e
now on his way with a strong, -well
aiiied force to take command of the
Moors besieging Pas'' P.lancn. A
fierce attack on the European armies
there Is expected on his arrival, An
attack on Casa Blanca may prove
more than the French and Spanish
fore s can met t.
Li ndon, Aug. 25.���Arms tend ammunitions are being smuggled today
trom Tangier, destined for Mouley
Ila;i I, who has proc aim< I himself
S .a in opposition to the reigning
monarch, Az:z.
II is asserted that hundreds of rifles and thousands of rounds of ammunition have been landed alone the
coast by smugglers, One smugggler
has been captured, according to the
Tangl       orn spon lenl < f the Central
The French  cruiser rii i'h ayala, h<
rts, arrivi d  there   oday bringing
ite   a   German   sailing vessel  captured
of! ' I ���- M irocc in  coast  with a carg i
ol   Fri nch   rifl      a Tl e  vess< I
v.   -   flying    ;;;    Sp '.:-'.   '' ig   il  the j
time     Hi r captain is reported to 1 e
I risoner.
Handsome Homes
Our List is the largest, most complete and up-to-date in this city.
M'
|R. J. p. HAMPTO.N
'0I'     Of    thl ���:'..������'        ""I
��� ing,  Colun 1
, offlce, New  *V<
loan.
ilnster.
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AftTIN   '
l Lol 66x1 2 ft., S. ri of 8, lane at      160 acres, less 3% for new railway,      Full .- .-���     b- I
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.    Price   Township 4. Sec. 11; all bottom land,     ;   Regina   St.,
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months. under grass, suitable for dairy farm;   avenues, west  e
I-  acres under-drained,    ditched  all   $-;oO:   hall
round and fenced ..round and throi gl
centre;    5 room house;    barn 40x75,
~:'ll li it  feed for ahout  300 head  - f
stock.    Price $8000;   terms one-thii I
cash, bi 1. to suit purchaser.   One mile
Block    ornei of Fourth   ivenue and   from station on new car line.
TbiTU   ���������   treet SSX132 onlj  $S00, a      ,_.,,  2,   b]ock    ,,     ,���..,,,,���    Mrs
splendid  Investment. Hoffards and Thomson house, Ca na -
von street; full size $1600.
160 ACRES about  two  miles   fi   n
Aldergrove  station,   30   acres   clear' I
anl  partly  fenced,  good  house,  barn   r.. ,������-.
and stable.   Price $16 per acre; $176
cash, balance to he arranged.
betwei n
4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenui eetween Tlfir eenth and
Fourteenth street. Xos. 21, 24, 25 and
30, close to new tram line extension.
Sl-'"'. half cash, half six months.
Lot 20, block B facing Engli h
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvi n
strei ';  price $650.
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4 Lots    SSxl -  each,
$1200 cash.
2 HOUSES    ���:.'.'��� t,  Kl .:     Stre< t,
perton; 5 i ii *
shed an I 4 rooms ;.   tnd wood
shi -l.   $'0CD ea:-. ��� ; ��� -thir I cash,
ance easy.
77 5S ACRES, black lan I, .
.   ighi I an [cleared   nd dyked;    X.
$75 per acre, ���       '
i      ;;.  nths     ;.- -thi   .  6
t the end      ���' ACRES go< l I a a bi il. Group 3,
and 'ri.   Lol   16,   cornei   Blui   Mountain   road
Si     l';; ��� -  :.��� "���   n ad,    bo ith  side;    6-
.    ed       ise;   pai   ".   dining  r<   m,
��� ���   and ;!:;��� i   be Irooms;  plastered; i 'use rvatoi ���    0 oi   10 tei I  long,
y pipes; wel);   its   e; barn;
y, lng  fruil   trei   ;   ��� ��� nsidi rabh
ly 1        n     it; 2 skej
|i ared, light timl er on re-
II fi qci d;     ri   mile
���    -     ol.    Price $3000; half cash,
-   -.   aths at 7 pei cent,
- ' b:
c��rnw  i la        , ^-
Vancouver, i   .: ���. s 21 to 211
ville street. J esenh Maniii
1 y- Weai mcqSS
Bourne.   u Martin win
Westmlni b . a ever. j
ternoon
fl1"1
VI    Ri
��RQE E. MARTIN
Solicitor, Ouicl ;, :. 1
bia and \ii Ki
minster, li. (',
W. MYERS GRAY, 1
aa 1 Ne '   -    ,- j
1891  at New
:; es n Curtis Bid
son   stre ��� f
P.0   Be \ felephonel
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Sect
. one-
4 >'   SSxi;
$800   cash.
���ith av nue, 13th St.
W.
160 acres less right of way about is
acres for railway; 2b acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 1Sx28, lean too 14x28
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 and
lean too :_l_.'xl4; granary 10x16; two bridge
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed  20x30;   small  milk house,  small
1=4 ACRES, Block 9, Lot Xo. 2,Dif
Lot  ri  south side of the river, ni ir
$300;   half cash.
F.  II A '. SFORD,
So'l   tor, etc., Craci
3 LOTS,    '���. 6 & 7.   fill sized and   corner      Columbia    and
cleared, uj pi ; ride of Bth Avenue, be-   streets, N'ew \. -.   >_
Streets.   Price $500 -���
2   LOTS.   132x132,  N.-Vri   comer   ��� I
10th Stre-:   and   St. Andrews.    Pi -
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing ..n,n. .   ,,
$1050; half casm
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
1  LOT, full size,    Bli ck 59,   Lot
Suh. 9;  partly cleared,   $2C0, or $15C
$6000;  $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
sidi. new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot, 9, $1000 each.
cash.
-7'2 acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, l'-2 storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price , house rents for $:
$4,700; 52000 cash, balance 6 ?5-00��i fta'ri' terms
and 12 months.
6 LOTS FACING tth AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST; ORCHARD.
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
IS, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
7 LOTS. 120x52, ri   ng Sth Aven 11 .
4  iots    lean I,  small  b   ise, chicken  tween 1st and
house, 175    hi kens    fen 1 1. Inclusive  each.
price $1500, 51"   -      sh
Three : il siz< I 1 ts on Fifth avenue.
;. rth sidi el ��� ��� ��� F sl and Second
streets, No. a, 6 a:. 17. Price $400
each or Jl100 for tin
F ill size I lot, n rth . ie of Hamilton streel    - "   ���   n Sixth    ; i Eighl h
streets; $225.
40 acr.s 4 section 1 I. N. !_. of E   %
2S  acres on    Mara   road, Burnaby. of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bridge oil
$160 an acre   FOR    A   FEW    LAVS Haworth  road, Surrey;    house  18x26
ONLV    One-quarter cash     ;    ;  ��� & storey house, 3 rooms finished, an-
. her 3 can be added upstairs; small
and . years at , shack;   lri   acres  cleared and seeded
��� . . ...   ���.   .  , . ,       .  with clover, red; fairly easily cleared
2 lots on rib st. between   5th ami  f)n,.   n;j!,.  ,..,,__   ��� ,.._. .    ,h  :       ,.,,.,...
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66s  $1,200;.   terms  half cash,  balance 12
132;  Nos. 9 and 12.      Price $1000 for  months at 7  ���:.
Full sized lot  No. 12 on  Royal Ave.
4 LOTS. 2 lots from 1st Street and
6th Avenue en south side. No. 2~<, 36,
17 �� 38, full size. Price $1100 for the
four, or $3C0"each;  half    ash,
Double    tenement   house, 4th Ave.,
1st and 2n 1 St.;  1 lot.   Price $1,700;
cash half  end half in 6 months at ",'.
Ri nts 'or $10 each tenant
GOARD OF TRADE.-Newl
ster Board ol Trade n.e*
Board Room, City Hall, q
Second Wedni sday ol .aa
Quarte.ly n eel ng ;. tl
Wednesday of Februail
August and November, ai
Annual meetings on tbi
Wednesday oi Februail
members may be propij
elected al a nthly or
meetiag.   A. K. Wh��e, Sei
SOCIETIES.
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House and cottage on Columbia .-
cottage for $1!
This property is only ri mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
LIGHTS OUT.
Orientals     Resent     Watchman's     Attempt to  Enforc3   Rules.
Bellingham,   Aug.   25.���Because  hi
gambling  game    : 1 i
it; .   ed tl   '  ���;.-   ligl      ..1 the   eunk-
l ��� e pul   out,   Watchman  2 mi -
Pacific   '.;    rican        1   h
atta       I  \.   'I:.-   .      ...
.. se   'te I   everel;   beati u.
On ���;.'   athh  Ic   littl     Ori   1
1 le   le 1   a   poker  ate 1   ti.-     other    a
shovel    land     and   �� hi n   Ji m s    1
peered in the      ukhouse he was   ���-��� t-
111 a!        rin  bo ;;���   :���. a way thai will
1 im sari   ; ir
'. ���-. ling to the slot told, it is 1 ht
rul. - : the company t 1 ;- \ ��� the lights
i'i Ihe ��� inkbo 1 xting iii he I ., I:
'��� ai   nigh .     Wi ini sd ij    n
. n Ji ;.. ie ticed light burn-
Si Japam se el i rtment n thi
big bun bo 11 a and wen; to 1 nf'
ihe rule. The Japam s - n ented thi
'fancied intrusivn in thi Ir home anel
atta ihi ! Jones wh h ,;i" firsl weapons
llu \   1 ould find.
.lorn ee ci '��� le - In [ etting oul in
���11  "ti air aftej -   fi r e struggle .
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Faurth avenue, First street (facing Queen's side of 4th avenue,
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner  lot  facing  Fourth    avenue    an I
120 acres, E 1-4, section 25, township !', Maple Ridge, 1 harn 70x78 ft.,
1 beam 38x70 ft., 6-room house, all
nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acn s
under cultivation; halance as pasture,
easily cleared, 2 acres of orchard;
good rich bottom land; 2 good wi
and creek: $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
balance easy.
House 30x42, 4th St., between 4th
and oth Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath roe m
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized lot running hack to Ash St. Price $3,800;
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per . a
at 7 j^rr cent.
2% storey house, 10 route.-, also
modern improvements; lot 60x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, halance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1  lot  No. 24  on  13th.  street  south
Price $200 cash
7 lots Nos. Sl to SO and 95, 95 faces 1
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,'
1 lots cleared without a stump; small ;
house,   chicken     house,    17;,    choice
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & I Hit St. and Royal Ave., almosl an acre.
$2,500
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, be-
tween  7th arid  Sth 'avenues.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, a.ririxlCCe, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, ririeinee terms
to suit,
and Mh St.
balance at
Price $.1050.    half cash,
ri per annum.
Westerly 4, 1! of 63, Sub, Block 5,
132x132 corner 100 feet square; two
houses drawing }:> per month. Prici
$5.coo. half c.ish, balanci In G and 12
months.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE.)
The regular meetings
are held In Oddfellews' ha|
bla street, evi il n
at S o'clock. Visiting iirel
dlally Invite I I attend. Sj
dlally    Inviti
Richmon. N   G.;  A V. 0 1
V.  C:   Vri  C. C0.1l
Davy,  F.  S.;   ri
ICO   S.E.   ri  Of  Sect!   n   ri'-.   Dist.   12,   FRATERNAL   OPDER
10 tuns.tartly cleared; Kanaka creek
running through; gi pe mile
north ol We tei corner; shingle
mill and P O. at the w esl ��� ne r; timber worth $7 per acre; ceiai and fir;
4 mih s from Port Haney. Price
$2,100: terms $1,100 cash, balance ar-
; mged.
Ai : ie' No. 2"   Meets et
evening -
ball, Colun
W.  Pres ; H. S
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on 8th Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOW
��� Meetings the first and thl
day in each month,
hrethren cordi illy Invited tl
Lodge room. A. 0. 0, W, t|
fellows' hlork. Clarkson a
S. Corrigan, rei order; Loi
master workman.
Large lot anel two cottages on Colum :,; street, Sap] 111 in, Both rented
al $10 each.
2 houses corner of    Merrival    anel,     0ne aD(, one.ha]f storev ���., ,,e ttnd
Agnes;  full sized lot;    citv block 31,   . ���     .      , .
lot ll;    one house rents for $25, the   tul1   slze  Iot-  situated  north  Mile  of
other $10;   flush  closets and  all cem    Royal avenue and corner ol ri  KInnis
nected    with    sewers.      Price $3.500., street;  9 rooms;  bath room, hot and
Cash $2,000    balance In 6, 12 and Is  col(] wate    c!().       woodsbed;
months at i ri. .       .     ,    ,.
bearig   fruit trees;   streets  on   threi
Lots  14  and   15 of  1 of 6    of    -i
FOSE   OF  COLUMBIA  LODl
115,  SONS  OF ENGLAN_D,|
Reel Rose Degree meets
Fourth Wedn oi -    I
In K. of P. Hall. Colunioia)
8 p. m��� White l; I'"-""J
Wednesil.iv ui ��� ' '- nl"!lJ
time and place. Visl
cordially    Int iti '
B, B,
combe, Pies.. H. Disney,
sides;   fine   view.    Price  $1,800   $!T0
' fcleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2   cagh
cash, balance 0 months at 7 per cent.      .   .  .    .
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen's
Lot 14 on Sherhrook street of 11 of  and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's
3, cleared.   Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal-   Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all cleared;   lam
alongside  and   back.      Price    $1,000;
Firsl  street, held at |,000); two lot-, cW horse ca8b.|ance, 6 months at 7 percent
te Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600 "'  * I .   .
per   lot;   four  lots,   52   1-2x85,  $450;'     l u-  house' ,!   r"0,1)S    :'n<1    f!usn !     six" lnts' 50x150, outside city limits  nalf cash' halance easy at 7
five lots, $400.    Call at our office on closet on ^,'1 avenue, one lot from jnd , $60 each   let.    Fuller   particulars on
1- roni stn i I and inspi cl plans. . y,r""' "n B0 ���'"' side; fruit trees. Price J enquiry.
$1900;   I-:1 cash, terms for balance at
7 : tr cent     ri/e of lot 55x165.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 09!
-Meets the Fourth Friday,
month at 8 o'clock, in ""
hall, Oddfellows' MocR.
brethren are cordial!)' inn a
tend. .1. B. Rushton, C, 1
Maxwell, R. S.
No.  306.���9-roomed  house,  with  bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St,
Price $4,000; terms '_��� cash, balance
3 and 6 mi n hs al 7
House,    full    sizeel    lot,   on    Keary;
eet,  Sapperton;   rents for  $10  p��r
month.    Only $1,050.
Burns tc Oeath.
Ij i ''. . ���. Wis Vug, 25.- -Fre I
ll"; stersi 11 years old, . efu el no
jump from a burning house here' fieri a : i wa 3 burni i i d ath in , h ���
sighl i : b.\< mother an I a large
< row I,
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
$ 150 ' ash,   alanc   on ea     ti rms.
Lots 16, 17 an i 20 of i I of
$500 for thn e or $175 i ach;   1
alance 6 months at 7 j.er cent,
Full size ; ��� ; ti Royal a nenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 casb
Acre::-,, on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acreage is selling fast at this juice.
No. 308.���S-roomed  House,   with  bath
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   '-2
cash, halance .'! and C inos. at 7 %.
One lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street, $1,050,
HOUSE and LOT for  "'e exclusively.
Centrally located in a commmandlng      1:'" acres Improved land, buildings
nation;   Third   avenue,  eet   foot  of  :""1 -beds complete, near Cloverdale;
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA.
A. O. F.���Tbe regular i   ���
this Lodge an  :        .
and Fourth TuesdaysioM��J
at 8 p. ^in.iheOjfa
!���;. C. Firiflf
Visiting Brethren are cord
vjted to attend.
F. P. Maxwell.
I'ri " FI th street, Two ar, i one balf-storey
easj, bouse, Ten rooms (recently papered)
I All modern conveniences; hot and
cold wate,-, ��� ath, fl ; h closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
06x132, with lane in rear; part or lot
set out with fruit trees. priC0 $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
nil under cultivation, $15,000. If yo i
can handle this, don't delay; it's a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.   Jump.
2 lots, 20, 21 j  No. 20, $170; No. 21,
THE   ROYAL TE...
PERANCE meel  ever)
at 8 O'clock p. i��- '��.
Columbia
MPLARS ��|
ui i ��� 1
Hall,    uo.ii.i.e
Brethren are cordiallj i"    ,
tend, Geo. Burr, S.
Sec.
(corner)   $175.    Durham  and   Second
160 acres on the Scot! road, 15 acres   streets.
'���/   ed;   '.arn   50  x 110;   stables, etc.;:   ��arFor   the   above   four   properties  a
���i   ���   ': only $30 per acre, $1,000  special price will be made to one pur-
chaser.
cash, balance easy.
SONS OF SCOTLAND.jBNjf
SOCIATION, LORD OF "|
CAMP,191.-M.''';;;%,o.
Third Tuesday of ever     j
K.   of   P. Hall.    ���;"n
Chief; J. J. Forrostar^^
Hotel Guests.
Guichon,���F, It. T. Lord, Sintaluta,
Sask.; .1. Fullgr, L. C. William.-. Vancouver; VV, H. English, city; W, G,
Hopper, John \V. I'itt. Vancouver; R.
M. Hutchis in, Langley.
Windsor���(J. M. Melbury and wife',
Seattle; ri. Gallaghi r, Vancouver; M.
Thompson, London, England; II. .Men-
���/:''���-���, E. Adams, J, Gillies, Porl Hanej;
H. Kaighan, SheffI Id; J, Arnold,
Chiiliwack;   P,  Wilson.  Chiiliwack,
C li lift]���W. .!. Leary and family,
P irl Guichon; H. M irahall, Vancouvi . Mrs, ll. VVarwicl an i family,
Victoria; 11. II. MacKenzie, Mrs. ���
MacKi nzii'. Winnipeg; C. Al'oerl on,
'We-.tha., island; W. W. Ogilvie, Seattle,
REAL
TeScphonc    333
BROKERS
FrOilt   Street Telephone   333
FIRE ALARM >-i^
Following ist ri' locatio"
ber of tbe fire alarm boxes in
5���Asylum.
6-Royal Citj ^:!~
7���Carnarvon and
avenue ;"l!l ''
-Royal
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13_Second anil P
14���Columbia and '
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's avenue
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24���. ..'ie
26���Fifth avenue .
26���Fifth avenue and
27_Tbird avenue ana
2,2���Agnes and Sixth.
24-Scbaake Macl.^
35_Columbia and mci
3fl_C.P.R.  Station. ,,,
42���Small and BnckW AUG'
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TIMBER  NOTICES.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
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!n the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office Tor the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditl ns connected  therewith under cue ri the following plans:
1 ri   At leas', six m mths' residence
���-��� I   i iltivatioa of   the land in
'��� ir for three years.
(-'   If lhe father (or mother, if the
leceased), of the homestea l
lea upon a farm ln the vicinity
-   - ��������� i enter -1 tor,  the   require-
���   '���' ��� as to :������  I : ���:, -.��� may be satisfied
ich   pen in   residing   witeh  the
;.. ither.
1 :i   If the settler has his perman-
ri ���; lence upon Eai mlng land own-
:    ''hin  In the vicinity of his home-
-'   id,   the   requirements   as  to resl-
! :.. ��� -   be   - ll isfled    ley  residence
' . ��� said lan 1.
Six mouths' o ���'  ��������� In writing should
-; ���'���;. ' i the   i' .mmlssioner of Do-
o  I. in Is at Ottawa of intention
ly for ; atent.
Coal lan Is ma;        pun hase I at ?10
ei  act ��� for -  El  i oal and $20 for ante-.      Not more than   320 acres
in be acquired by one individual or
��� ipany,   Royalty at the rate of ten
ents per ton of 2.0 10 pounds shall be
ted on the gross output.
- W. W. CORY,
I; ������ itj  uf the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized   publication of
..- ad,cruse enl will a ���: ee paid
for.
ner of Timber License 11,509, thence ner of Timber License 11,509, thence
                             south   lo   chains,     thence    east   160 north   80   chain.-,    thence     west    80
TAKE    NOTICE    thai    Kenrj   M.   chains, thence north 10 chains, tbence chains,   hence south SO chains, th nce
O'Connor of Now   Westminster,  B.C.   west  ioo chains    to    oinl   of    com- easl 80 chains to point of eommence-
pecupation timber cruiser, intends to   mencement, and containing 01" acres ment, and containing 640 acres more
;. i] .,  foi  special timber licenses over   more or less.                                         j or less.
the   following   described   lands,   situ-1                              H. M. O'CONNOR. H. M. O'CONNOR,
ated  in vicinity of Draney aud Riv-! ^   August 23, 1907. August ri", 1907.
ers   Inlets,   New   Westminster   Land      14.'Commencing at a post planted LIT. Commencing at a  post  printed
District, Coast District Range -.          80 chains west of the Bouthwest cor- 240 chains west of the southwesi cor-
1. Commencing at apost planted at I ner     of     Timber    License      11,509, ner of Timber License 11,509, thence
the  southwest  corner  of  Timber  Li-   theuce south  80   chains,  thence   west north    80    ehains.    ihence    east    >_0
cense  11,508,  ihence west  40 chains,   SO  chains,    thence  uorth  SO  chains, chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
tbence north so chains, thence eastl thence east    80 chaius    to point of wesMS.i) chains to point of commence-
120  chains,  thence  south  40  chains, | commencement,   and  containing   040 I ment, and containing G40 acres ni'ire
thence  west  SO chains,   thence south  acres more or less.
I or less.
II.  M. O'CONNOR,
August 2:1, 1907.
2S. Commencing at a post planted
160  chains  nortii  and SO  chains  east
2. Commencing   at   a   post   planteei   ot   the  southwest   corner  of  Timbei ! of the  northwest   corner  of   Timber
40 ciiains west of the southwest cor-   License 11,509, thence south 40 chain* ; License 11,508, thence north so chains
ner of Timber  License  L1.508, thence   thence east 100 chains, thence north   thence east  80  chains,  thence south
easl .0 chains, thence south 80 chains  f�� chains, thence west IOO chains to   80 chains, thence  west 80 chains to
iO chains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
II. M. O'OONNOx..
August 23, 1907.
15. Commencing  at a post planted
80 chains  west  aud  40  chains  sout.i
d      e 'i.i-
M.  O'CONNOR.
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more ier less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
20. Commencing al  a post  pi inted
80 chains  west,  and  ie. chains south   160 chains north and su chains east
l,,--   planted   (lt   ;'"'   southwest  corner  of  Timber   of the'  northwesl   corner of    Timber
thence west 80 cnains. thence uorth i",in'   ot  commencement,  am
80 chains to point of commencement, tainlng 640 acres more' or less,
and   containing    640   acres   more  or "
less. August 23, 1907.
ll. M. O'Connor. 16. Commencing al  a  posl   planted
A ig ist 23,  L907.
3. Commencing  at  a
Pi chains wesi of the southwesi cor- License    11,509,    thence    souih    80   License 11.50S, tbence south io chains
i.,.. ol  Timber License U.50S, thence ''hains. thence east  su ohalns, tbence   thence easl  120 chains, thence' north
south  80  chains,    thence    wesl     su north  so   chains,    thence    west    80   s"  chains,    thence    wesl   I i  chains,
chains, thence north SO chains,thence chains   to   point   of    commencement,
east i   chains to point of commence- and    containing   640  acres  more  oi
mi        -iel i untaining 640 acres more
or   less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
A ig ist 23, 1907.
les i,
11.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
17. Commencing
a  post   planteei
J. Commencing at a post planted su chains west and SO chains south
1" chains wesl of the southwest cor- ��f th<' southwest corner of Timber
ner ofTimber License 11,508, thence "cense 11,509, thence south 80
north SO chains, thence west su chains, thence west SO chains, thence
hains, thence south 80 ciiains. thence [north SO cbains, thence east SO chains
aasl mi chains to point of commence-[t0 Poin< o( commencement, and con-
���     and containing 640 acres more   tainlng 640 acres more or less.
or ieSS, H. M. O'CONNOR.
ii.  M. O'CONNOR. August 23, 1007.
A iueir-t    23,   1907.
.". Commencing   at
160  chains  north of    the  northwest   ��r the  southwest  corner of    Timber
corner   of    Timbei    Lier..-.-     11,50?, Immense 11,509, thence north SO .chains
thence  west  4" chains,  thence  south
iins,    thence    west  40  chains,
thence   south   40   chains,  thence east   P��int   "f   c': nent-   :m<1     con
is. Commencing at a post planted
a  post   planted  160' cliains west ami su chains south
thence west SO chains, thence south
SO chains, thence  east  so  chains   to
mining i''!"
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i. CONNOR.
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407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
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In  the   Matter   cf   the "Trustees   and
Executors  Act."  and  in the  Matter
cf the Estate of Augustus William
Lundbom,  Deceased.
All pi   .- ins having any claims or de-
tinst the i state of Augustus
Winiam Lund iom late of Surrey Cen-I
tre,   B itish   Col ;;.    a,   lei i ased,   are
, , , 1   to  file  with  the un-
;.   .Igne 1 thei ��� uam - an i addresses
and f ill ��� irticulars   of their   claims,
I   the   nal if   the   securitii ���   ei;
mj)  in 11  ley them, duly verified, on
-    ., fo e the "lsl    day    of   August,
1007.
Notice is h< n by given that after the
- ,: ; date the executors will proceed to
.tribute the said estate amongst the
rties entitled thereto, having regard;
; , the claims of which they shall
80 chains, thence north 120 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
11.  M.  O'CONNOR.
A igust  23, 1907.
c. Commencing at a posl planted
160 i'h.,ins north of the northwesl
corner  of    Timber    License   11,50s.
thence east   80   chains,  thence  south   80 chains,    thence- east    0  chains to
40   chains,    "thence    west   10 chains,
thence  south  SO chains, thence  wesl . in- ';i�� acres more "[ lPS'
10 chains, thence north 120 chains to
11
August 23,  L907.
10. Commencing al  a  post   planted
160 chains west and 80 chains south
of the southwesi corner of Timber
License 11,509, thence south so chain-
thence west Si) chains, thence north
30 chains, thenci' aasl -11 ehains to
.oint of commencement, and contain-
ire or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
ADVERTISEMENTS  IN
Tke
Daily
News
BRING   BIG   RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
then have had  notice, and they will
.   liable for the proceeds of the
esl ite    Dr an.v part thereof,   so   lis-
tri    ied to anj | erson of whose ei iim
iad not uotice at the time of dis-
trihul   ;. :b in of.
Date 1 this 24th   l iy or July. 1907,
F. W, HOWAY,
g -   itoi ' ir -; ihn McKenzie and John
Cl ircl lan 1.   executors    of   above
estate.
LAND  REGISTRY   AC I .
TAKE NOT,Cil that application has
���,.;, made to register Margaret Rob-
. ,..  1S the owne ��� in Fee Simple, under
, Tax Sale Dee I fr mi The Corporate ., 0f tb To ,'nship or District of
g ;;-;-,... te>  Mai :..;��� el   Ro .son, bearing
;. ti   the 71 - da;   ,;-' November, A D���
-  | -   tti] ng ilar that certain
P irci 1 or trai      f ' ��� i I an 1 pre mis  -
g'.ttiate, lying and bi lng iti the Distrii I
��� v, -,v We stmlnsti r, In the Province
,( British C dumbla, m ire ; articularly
iuieivn aud dese rlbed as '-,: 7. subdiv-
i| m of Northwi >t q i irte ef Section
10, Township ri
v i; , ;; ea h of . ; are requir -1
, , Contes the cl i m of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from
the date e.f the' first pit.llcation of
this notice upon you, otherwise 1 shall
register Margaret Robson, as owner
thereof in fee. And 1 hereby direct
that publication for thirty days in a
daily newspaper published at New
Westminster of this notice will be
g .,,.1 and sufficient service thereof,
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this IStb day of July. A.D.,
1907
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Fredrick Throssell and H. Burton.
All persons served with this mince,
and those claiming through or under
them, and all persons claiming any
[uteres! In the said land by virtue of
any unregistered, instrument, and all
persons claiming any Interest In the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up anv claim to or In respect of
the said laud so sold for taxes as pro-
Vided  by the "Lanl Registry Act."
point   of    commencement,  and   con-
taining 640 acres more or less.
II.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, lon;.
7. Commencing tit a post planted
160 chains north of the northwest.
corner of Timber License 11.50S,
thence north so chains, thence west
SO chains, thence south SO cbains,
thence east    so  chains    to  point of
immencement, and containing 040
ac es more or less.
II.  M. O'CONNOR.
August fri. 1007.
S. Commencing at a post planted
160 chains north of the northwest
corner of Timber License' 11,508,
thence north su chains, thence vast
-I chains, thence south sn chains.
tii nce west 80 chains to poinl of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
II.  M.  O'CONNOR.
Aa;-t*t 23, 1007.
'a. Commencing   at
240  chains   nortii  ol
Aucotst 23,  1007.
20. Commencing at n post planted
240 cliains wesl and 80 chains south
of the southwesi comer of Timber
License 11,509, thence north su chains
thence  west   su  chains, thence south
thence south 10 chains, thence west
M| chains to ; oinl of commenc ment,
and   containing   640   acres more or
le-s.
II.   M.  O'CONNOR.
Augusi  23,  ll'oT.
30. Commencing at a post planted
120 chains north and I'i chains east
of the northwest corner of Timber
License 11,508, theuce south 40 chains
thence east L60 cliains. thence nortii
40 chains, theuce west 100 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acre-.- more or less.
II.   M.  O'CONNOR.
August  23, 1907.
31. Commencing from a post planted at the southeast corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence north 120
cliains. thence east 60 chains, thence
south 01 chains more or less to shore
of West Arm of Draney's Inlet;
thence southwesterly along shore to
point of commencement, and containing 610 acres more or less.
II.  M,  O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
32. Commencing from a post planted at the northeast corner of Tim,'ter
License 11,509, thence south. 10 chains
thence west 80 cliains. ill nei south
10 chains, thence east 123 chains,
thence north su chains more or riss
to shore of West Ann of Draney's inlet; thence westerly along shore to
poiut of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or h'ss.
11.  M.  O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
3. Commencing from a posl  . l-  t-
;���       thence  oast   SO   chains   to   ed 40  chains  east,  of    the  nori      isl
point of commencement, and cenitain-   corner    of      i itn:- :    Licene      ���      ���:>.
lng 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August  23,  1007.
21. Commencing at a post planted
2 lu chains west and v'' chains south
of the southwest corner of Timber
License 11,509, thence south SO chains
j thence west SO chains, thence north
SO chains, thence east SO chains to
point, of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 2'.',. 1907.
22. Commencing at a post planted
e 1 15  chains east and  20 ciiains south
of the south end of Goose Bay in Riv-
a  po-t   planted  ers Inlet,    ihence    north  80 chains,
the  northwest   thence wesl  80 chains, thence south
r of Timber License 11,508, ^f' chalns- thencp Past S0 chains t0
thence north SO chains, thence wesl b'riit of commencement, and contaln-
S0 chain.,    thence  south  80  chains,  lng 640 acres more or less,
II.   M.  O'CONNOR.
August  23, 1007.
2",. Commencing tit a post planted
11" chains east ami 20 chains south
e.r the south end of douse Bay In Rivers Inlet, thence south Ml chain-.
Ihence'west  SO   chains,   thenci'   nortii
thence south so chains, thence east
SO chains, thence north Su cliains,
more or less, to shore of West Arm
of Drainey's Inlet; thence westerly
along shore to point of commencement, and containing Oil) acres more
or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 21!, 1907.
thence easl su chains to point of com
mencement, and containing 640 acre'
... U'e ee' 1. ss.
II.  M.  Ii CCNNOR.
August 23, 1907.
i i. Commencing al  a post planted
240  chains  north  of    the northwesl
irner of Timber License 11,508,
thence north SO chains, thence east
ll chains, tbence south 80 <huiiis,
tl. nce west su chains to point ol
commencement, and containing 640
��� :i n - more or Ies3.
li. M. O'CONNOR.
August  23, 1907.
11, Commencing at a posl planted
290 chains north and su chains west
if the northwest corner of Tlmler
l.i; ense U,50S,thence south sn chains.
thence west su chains, thence north:
su cliains, thence east SO chains to |
point cf commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M, O'CONNOR.
August 2;l. 1907.
!j. Commencing at a post, planted
290 chains north and SO chains west
so chains, thence easl 81 chains tc
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
11. M O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
Re South West quarter of Section
28, Township 16, New Westminster
District���All that part of the South
Bast Quarter of said Section lying to
the North and West of Lot 47, Group
2, and all that part of the North Easl
Quarter of said Section lying to the
West of Lot Had, Gump 2.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
A Certificate of Indefeasble Title
to the above property wlll be Issued to
Margreta Jensen, em tbe 19th day of
August. 1907, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto is male to
me in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest the iin,
or in any part thereof.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar of Ti:'   I,
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, is. ('., July 18,
10(17.
The person or persons having in
their  custody  or possession   the   fol-
24. Conimencing at  e  posi   planted lowing Title Deeds relating to the said
Go chains easl and 20 chains south of   property are requested  to deliver  the
the south end of Goose Bay ln Rivers  same to the undersigned.
Inlet, thence south 64 chains, thence 1    Conveyance  dated  Oth   May,    1894,
west   100   chains,    thence    north   64 . from Thomas Graves Gregson to lUliz-
chains,    thence  east    100   chains to abeth McGregor,
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
II.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
25. Commencing at a post planted
63 chains east and 20 cliains south of
the south end of Goose Bay in Rivers
Inlet, thence west 100 chains, thence
north SO chains, thence east 30 chains
more or less to shore of Goose Bay;
of the  northwest  corner of Timber thenCe southerly, easterly and north-
license 1 l.r.os.lhence north so chains, | 0,.sUn.,v   !iround  3hore   of    bay   to a
thence west so chains, thence south
SO chains, thence east SO chains to
point of commencement, and containing 61" acres mor'- or less,
H. M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi  23, 1907,
13. Commencing : I  b  pi ':i   ; ianl   I
1    chnins wesl        ie scathwes; cor-
A. WHEALLHR,
42 Lorne Street,
New Westminster.  B.C.,
Solicitor for Applicant.
"The Milwaukee"
"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
���quipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
uid dining cars on alll their trains and
.jive their patrons an excellence of
service not  obtainable elsewhere
H. S. ROWE. General A_?ent.
240 chains west ���    tl e   o i ' wesl cor-   ,34 Third St.. cor Aider. Portland, Or,
point north of post; thence south SO
chains more or less to point of commencement, and containing 040 acr s
more or less.
II.  M, O'CONNOR.
August 2;:. 10117.
2-.;. Commencing al  ei post  planted
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MLJf <J PAGE  EIGHT J
THE  DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
Fine Suburban HOME
8 acres nearly all cleared, fine rich soil for gardening; nice comfortable house; good orchard and small fruits; close to two suburban car line.-:  1000 feet of waterfrontage; ideal home.    Worth $8000
Price       -       -       $5500
Only $1,000 cash, balance $500 per year. j
FLOATING LIGHTS ON RIVER
COMMEMORATE PEACE
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CWJ.KERR.I
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
$1,OOQ
will buy I60 acres in Maple Ridge municipality. We don'l mean $1000 for the firsl
payment, but $1000 ALL TOLD.
Vim can double your money on Iliis inside uf 6 months.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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To fittingly celebrate the close- oi
the negotiate ns e.i tin peace conference in 1905, tin' Japanese employed
aiiuve tin- New Westminster bridge
l,y C. Shim 1 i and other parties on
Saturday ��� vi .1 ng >��� ut floating down
ou the Oosoni eel ihe mighty Frasi
over one thousand "kiyunoshus" or
parti-colored lights, fastened on shingles and small pieces of board. The
effeel o; these little luminants sailing down thi' river was greatly admired by the manj win: wondered -
tin reason !-��� 1 the strange display 0;
brilliancy. Many theories as 10 the
cause wi t e ��� et forth, Out very fi .\
people gui ssi l   1 Ight,
The pe:: ce confei enee, whil li
brought about the termination of th
war between Russia and Japan, toe,
place :et Portsmouth, N. II.. lastina
se vera! days, The parties who tool'
part in the debates, which were 01111-
ducted ��i'h tin- utmost si ei 1. . wei 1
('"in; Witts nnd Heiron ,ie Rosen, representing Russia, and Huron Komura,
tli- Japam se statesman, and Baron
Tal aharl, ambassador to Washington
President Roosevelt wns also preseni
ul thi' conference, but merely exerti
his influence whenever it was necessary in the int' . ests nf p. ace,
The .i.i: anese at Steveston also
celebrated the occasion in much the
same manner as their New Westminster brethren, and added to the number of floating lights on the' Fraser.
De  Laval
Cream
i Separator |
School Opening
THIS WEEK we are busy making it interesting
for the School Children, with opening up
school   Supplies
NEXT WEEK the Schoolchildren will be busy
making it interesting for us.
J.J. MACKAY & COS
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MONEY FOR  MONTREAL.
Montreal, Auk. 25.���The story
thai English and French capitalists
are riiout to establish a trust company here with a capita! of $6,000,000
although details are being withheld
for  the time  being.
A Montreal financier said today
that a large amount of capital would
soon be broughl to this country, although he couh] not say what turn thi
affair would take.
Iri said that capitalists were ce t-
ting apprehensive of affairs in ilu
United States, and as the political situation was by no humus certain in
South America, he now believed vv<
jvould see very large Investment-
made in the Dominion. In a word, hi
considered the trust story well
founded
! ANDERSON I
& LUSBY
I
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WHAT   LOOKS   NICER   THAN
GOOD      TEETH.      PROPERLY
KEPT      IN      ORDER? USE
MUIR'S
Tooth Powder
AND    KEEP    THEM     CLEAN.
T. A. MUIR
The Sale ol
FancyLinen!
is arousing great interest this week. I
extraordinary values are accountable for
this. When you stop to consider that the
prices are from 20 to 50 per cent under
regular prices, you will see tin-ad vantage
of buying now. Many women are pur.
chasing these Linens now for suitable gifts)
at Christmas.
TENERIFFE DOYLIES each 5c, 1Cc, 25c and 40c.
BATTENBURG DOYLIES, each 10c. 15c, ?0c and
BATTENBURG   TABLE    COVERS AND SCARVES  i .j
and $1.00.
DRAWNWORK  DOYLIES,
DRAWNWORK   CENTRE
DRAWNWORK   TABLE   COVERS,  each 85c.
each 10c,     15c, 25c to 4Cc.
PIECES, each 35c. 40c, rC: t0 $1,051
$1-25 to UM
DRAWNWORK      SIDEBOARD  SCARVES, each 51. ���   ;������
il
Boys' Sweaters 75c Eachl
A new  lot of Boys' Wool Sweati rs jusi   In  time
color.-- .navy and cardinal, all Blzes, each 75c.
New Dress Goods for
School Dress
Among the many now pieces of Dress  Goodi   in    evi   .
neat ele.-.ens, suitable for good wearing School   Dn
colors  brown and navy, per yard 35c.
W.S. COLLISTER &Cl
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
BOOM YOI'R BUSINESS BY ADVER riSING  IN THE M0RXIX0I
DAVIDSON'S
STEW CAN I7ITH EN'MEL ::VCR
9
"THQ
CEREAL
STEAM
COOKER
A!\t>
Bringing  in Aliens.
Toronto, Aug. 25.���The membei ol
the international Journeymen St' n< -
c itters' union will attempt to ; rev
a charge againsi local employers of
violating the Alien Labor act
The.v claim that fourteen nun hav<
been brought over from New York
to - n ;��� the sti (ke. Ti' presental: ������ -
of the union complained to the city
today thai contractors in civic works,
the morgue end Pa/pe avenue police
station, were' paying 40 cents instead
eef the union rate of wages, 50 cents
an hour, and the contractors will be
���written to by the city,
ed along .Niagara street and the canal
bank to near the' Queenston stree
bridge, where the' nun was arreste I,
The- police had been notified and arrived on tit.' scene In the nick of time.
otherwise the man would have re-
��� - ��� I seven treatment. The mi n,
whe has te woodi te li g, gavi :.:- name
as ��� morj Brague. The iit',. girl
said I ��� a : ' ������ ig] ' her candy an I i a-
; ��� I e.i ��� long with him. rii was
' en to the polici station and after
a '.'��� I he ring rem tided until T n s-
day.
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART TURNOUTS
GOOD HORSES
Phone 250
Fhilitli Street
Extra!    Spe
30  DAYS Oft]
SUITS MADE TO 0|
$15.OO
Best of 'I  ng.   Ba
Workmanshi]     Cul to
M. LANfiTHY.
24 7 front St
Tssraaw
:   i~p
WIRE  EGG  AND e/EGEUBLE G0ILER
WrllTE   CERC/.L   ai'-H
BRYSON
Agents MONARCH RANGES
Vegetable Boiler
j
Made in "Premier"
and "Colonial" Enamelled Steel Ware
& SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
Peg-leg in Trouble.
���  St. Catherines, Ont., Aug. 25���1 I ��� re
,was greal excitemenl around the corner  of   Niagara   and  Church   streets
last evening when a little gin named
Ethel   Bell,  eighl   yens  of  age,   n
missed, and  it    was    learned thai   a
strange   man   had   been  seen   leading]
her away.   An alarm was givi n and a
large n imb< r of nelghl   .    stai ed in
search of the pair. Thej wi re follow-
TO THE RESIDENTS OF
SAPPERTON:
We   have  jusi   opened   an  up-
���    late
MEAT   STORE
cn  the corner of Columbia and
Keary   Streets.
\V>    intend   lo   I ,'irry  only   the
choices!   of   MEATS,   POULTRY     and     FRESH     FISH,
Orders  promptly delivered.
Your   patronage   solicited.
J. TRAVERS <5��CO.,
Cor,  Keary ainl Columbia sts,
SAPPERTON.
SchOOl B00hS    Object
f*)UR increasing business  has   already  necessitated  the  enlarging  of the  store  and  the
doubling of our  shelf capacity, so that now we
have room for all. :    : ���'    ���'    ���'
and
Lesson
SUPPLIES
FULL STOCK
 AT	
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches  f'om  $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.oo.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted,
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reason-
Able.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   I_x����r-
clse   Books  are
Fine
We Eat to Live
Bui at the same time it Is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You   can   rely   upon    GETTING
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING,
How manj In this life are like
the butterfly who lives In the
��� ie.; lyments and pleasures of the
present, with no though! of the
morrow, and bow tew, comparatively, are like' the anl which
continually labors, preparing for
that rainy day or cold weather
which is sure to C(,mf'���
No, the "Butterfly" man is not
a success. It takes a "Hustler"
to get on in the world. Start it
now. We can show you choice
investments in City and Farm
Properties. Now is the time to
start. Buying now will insure
good profits. We can show you
how, by buying right, 'tis easy
to make
Money in Real Estate
KYLE'S" Ow
Fresh Groceries at lowest prices.
Just received a large consignment of Leckie s
boots and shoes.
New stock of Rubbers and Gum Boots.
Umbrellas, Sweaters, Overalls, Hats and Caps.
We have a fine selection of good, strong and
cheap Children's Boots.
The highest price paid for Farm Produce^
Butter, Eggs, Vegetables, etc.
s^*
PHONES    88���109
Kyle's
Good Cheer Store
THE HOME  OF PLENTY
Telephone 276.
Front St.,   opp. C. P. N. wharf.

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