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 ,e Shiles & Co.
J INSURANCE
^MINSTER, B. C
[ME -'���
SUM DER 193
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
2S0 Columbia St. Phone 85
'MINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1907.
BY BUllfl WOUND
ISHED BY All CONCERNS)
,Kirk, of Sapperton, Whose Death Was Said to Be
to Clot of  Blood   on   Brain,   Died   Under
Mysterious  Circumstances;   But No
Inquest Was Held.
'A CENTS PER WEEK
-*egfe/,
'vEsE  MUST  PA/.
STOLE A  BOAT.
S ng,     Contractor      Objects. ; French   Canadian   Chagrined   to   Fend
-ty Days. Then Pays up.
ast. the i bina-
������. -      ..nei
-  "������    iver have r< fused
. ���        1 taxes, iinei
> year, n    stepi      .       een
' ��� Charley
. ntracti     i       -        ��� -  the
���' ��� ��� hi   St.     Mungo
���   -   .     oned
Small    Craft    Missing.
���
lighi thai bh��   Ji
passed awaj
���:
ian  hospital on
..      .   from a clol  ol
was fi ven out
lend '-
I   ���
lhi   ..
Ian, bul from   ...   u
was  said    to   I
. his own han I,
n es oi the cats
I'
:.   ai -
���
:
'��� an     Suil
......   ol
M.I'M .
of    general   ..       ���     .    ���  ;.  ���   ,     -.-    an . Mrt
are commenc- ; ��� . .\, .....
a iui Jl   was     -..       shorl  tin e later an exi
--ary     by     the    ... - ed   in   S
,      ���     'aptain  PItten-   hand ....
��� stlons, Btati -l   K     , .hut thi       end :.���.���
received at  his Sri I is-     to seti ���     i the gre
.   of Mr. Ki:,.     the ]    i een misreprese   t<
effect      it the inten had   ; He was (    ���      efore the ci
ill   that   an   en-   on  May 14 ebtor i
��� den d   aecessai ���.   then It   ...     found that
���  thi   doctor an I   ��� :' ���   ���������      In   Mrs.   Kii   -   nai
��� ie.nl not taken thi me n< j ould not be ce ��� cted. lt
deceased was ii un lerstoo I thai the ttei si I
���sl having bi ��� a     ��� lng   pn bei I, an M     Rae'
���;"  rnej   .- si   king l    leai:.   a hether
Kir]    ��� ���   ���  ���     wa     i ran sfei ���
'���   Mrs    Kir     i   ���    ler to ai ..,;
ment i    the Rai t, and 1
It is found       - .���;.,...  ;,,..
ken t     recovei   pa.. -
.'itint from her.
Wh< ther the  loss    I  thi   $500 ] aid
��� irnlng    in   was   ti   R ;. account ol the farm oi th
. yal    Columbian   troubles  ovei   c   in   :,..������������ i ���   affected
Ious  condition,   Mr. Kirk*s mind Is not  known.    Mrs,
ound in his head, Hi    Kirk   affirms   thai   hei      is and  eiiei
.. lousness     but I not won .- ness   and in fact
since his i ma ng   I     N< w   Westmin-
Kirk, informed the   stei   bi    bad  ;r.   seven      li    -   more
1 :i 1 tesday  thai   hei   than  madi   up the loss  susti ne     i
' ���   habit of occas-   '.bf farm property
Ted . Le Blanc, a French Canadian who wailks about on crutches,
having had a leg eroken a re w m< nths
ago. was yesterdaj the victim oi a
theft, his boat, which he had left tied
up neai tbe C. P. R. wharf, having
been stolen, supposedly by young
lads who wanted to enjoy an outing
on the river.
t .'   Ulanc  has  promised    tee  m I .���
things  interesting for the culprits  if
$46  he can manage to catch up to them.
" '���'-'��� :"'   ��� ������"���   :I"'   In  broken  English  he  Informed  the
���  -   flews  yesterday that  he would huri
���   the boys su badly lhat the staff at the
hospitals    would    be overworked   in
conseq lence.
��- ai
Ms ��T| BILL MINER
i   t with thi
rison di    s open
��� ��� when hi     .       ed a
ted from thi ��� ����� --
ml Hi war ... owed his
Sevi thei   Chinesi
���    '    ; Ai-b In thi  Bami11 menagerie tent at the Ringling 1
��� ��� .    thi
��� ���   -
Pining For Freedom, Prisoners Steal Only Boat on Wright
Island, Carry Off Pigeon Post, and Sail Away to
Liberty���Officials Feel Much Annoyed
At Escapade.
Two  more   convicts    took    French
leave from the custodj  oi  the peni
tentiary    officials    late    Wednesday
��� ,'ening and are stWl going, although
��� ,'e n guai  - ;. <  on their trail el"-
untll 9 e i lock the regular retii mi:
time, mi Wednesdaj evening, tin
discovering the two of their cH&rges
were nowhere to lie seen, the guards
went   to  the   boat   house anil     found
Shots  at   R.-c na-s. ! ,hiU   ,llr   >';,,i'<u k   h'i'1     N',M1     1"'"k<"1
Seattle   Aug   22���Angered because   terminea ;'   ' ,!l  ,!:"m to earth.   The   from   the   boat   and   the   crafl   taken
on-   a caavauman'ejected  him tnen,  ihe  escape took plac.  from Wright island,   away.    On  running    tothe    carrier
,:"   ol  thi   nexl   circus last night, Lee Waldon, a labor-   ���
���
i asi   as  giv< a
���   Is  that  Andi ��� .-���
:��� iii'-  nn  Bl ii-
���  ton in an In-
I Bondjt n :   cai rying   a
ri him  which  he
ear,   About four
���
Vigilant Steps a Bu'tet.
I   \-  ������ n    Ont.,     Aug.    22���Agne/s
shot   and     instantly    killed
PI bert   at   Wiarton,   Ontario,
ist nighl     ':   ���   Thomas wi n an and
���������  i     . nducting a  housi   of
:������ -     -  the  Docks,  a  ri Bidential
���  town, and the citizens
'   les    ng their presence, formed a
mmittee and atiem, ted to
drive thi     ��� it, when the Thomas woman  drew   .;  revolver  and   shot   Gil-
���.. :    "< bi   ������. oman was am sted
er, drew a revolver and made an ..'-
tempt to murder the show employe.
The bullet missed the canvassman and
passed through the animal tenl and
into the big tent. Fortunately the
bullet struck no one.
After an exciting chase, in which
four sinus were fired at Patrolman
Paul F. Haubris, the officer caught
the assailant, who had been shooting
In the direction of a crowd In front
of the main entrance. Waldon was
sent to the police station and locked
in a cell. No charge has heen placed
againsi  him.
in nti river, wnere tne men were em- pigeon coop to send a winged mes-
ployed on the wood-cutting gang, in sage to the penitentiary, it was discharge nl guards Tomilson and Sulli- covered thnt the conlvcts had, with
van. admirable forethought, taken the
The escaped men are Louis Kelly, birds with them, to prevent lhe
a full-blooded Indian who was sen- guards from notifying outside parties
teneed to two and one half years for of the escape.
robbery at   Qufsnel   in   October   1906,       By   means  of  a   rough   raft   hastily
and  William  Brewer,    a    half-breed constructed the gunrds pushed down
who  was   sentenced    to   serve     four the   river   to  a   logging   camp   where i
years, the committment having been ' they   secured  a   boat   and  continued
made at Vernon  dating  from Decern- iheir way  to  this city  via  the  river,
leer Ci, 1906.    Both were young men, arriving here yesterday morning and
Ke'.ly being  24   and   Brewer  19  years notifying the  acting  warden    of    the
of age. esee.e -.
JUDICIAL DECISION
STOPS CONSTRUCTION
KEEPER'S CHART SHOWS
HIGH WATER MARKS
Wright island comprises a small
patch of wooded land about twenty-
five miles from the city in Pitt river.
Thirteen trusties and two guards were
stationed on the island and were engaged in cutting wood for the penitentiary.
The lwo  fugitives  Were not   misseil
Officers were Immediately started
out on the chase for the prisoners
and none of ihem have as yet returned, lt is thought that by watching the Pitt and Fraser rivers aud by
making Inquiries of parties residing
along the streams a cine may be obtained.
ROLLER ON THE MAT.
AFTER THE FAT MAN.
Railway    Took    TOO      Much  Accurate ReCOrd Dates Back   Seattle Medical Athlete Returns After   Heavyweight    Monarch     of     Europe
ipi ���  ���     y r p   ���    . More Honors. Marked  by Anarchists.
il:im    U ars���LOW    1 oiril      S���atUei Aug, ga���After having given ]    Madrid   August   22.���The explosion
bomb  at  Lisbon    today,   -wbicb
Right-ui-Way Land���Suit
Goes Against It.
Touched This Year.
rink, but very sei-
Vboul    threi
:.-��� Of th<- tWI nl   -
me   aw,ue   ���������   hi
his  gasping   toi
t i  beside 11
ut  as he did not
itely  summoned
arrived      al      thl
���   four o'clock,
I' '      -    Lhe    patienl  Dr.
'   ��� i  that   if hi   ba :
- spltal   he   might
The rem  ���
ul the doctor
' 1     Kirk around, i
ours   latei     Dr.
tned  her that   Mr,
1 - a clot of iblood
bursting    ol    n
Kirk's   ba ithi r
���   mann      ast
Kirk,   "il    was
:'\���-i   near   Ed-
laki n suddenly
the    neighbors
- him."
tions, Mrs. Kirl;
td never oai - led
���  there were n.>
e ���'���    The     bad
rrom    Manitoba
'1  been  Bold  to
mthi ago,   ��� im
purcha.-.   !   .,   ���
-. '
eefture   for   Hie
��� s    agee.    There
te plat e al the
Mr. Kirk
A   Pleading   Affair.
A   delightful  "al   home"  was  ten
dered,   yesterday   afternoon,  bj   Mrs.   case,
W, 1.  Rogers  at   her    residence,  112   struction  on
Sixth  street, In  hon u   ol  Mrs.  Sullivan, a relative who  returns  h imi   ti
Si -i  Pi tncisco this ��� ������ ning.
The reception toi thi nature, of a
lawn party, an inti resting te ature i '
whii i eing .��� conund um contest.
Thi flrsl ; onors wi n ���. rrled ofl b>
Miss V< ra Gllk} whili the b i
prize wenl 'ee Miss Hi nry, Dainty
��� . freshmi nts wen   servi     Iui Ing  the
.eClem-" D
Thes.   present   were:    Mes lami s-
Berrj    S illi\  i    G    Lev   r,  S.   Levar,
Oormi c,   it' ns  a,    R.   Wintemute, ei.
\v.    Gilley,    W   H.  Kelley,    Willx i
Smith   b   M. Eddy,   J.  A, Clark,  L
As a   ��� '  '.':.-���   decisii n  han li d
down ;.���-:��� \.. : ;. Mi Justlci i ll< -
ii. nts in thi Weaver \ s. Victoi a
Terminal Railwa} <s. Ferrj company
a ; reliability that con-
Nev, Westminst* r-
Blaini cut-off, *\ hich th< Greal Northern railwa} Is In ri alitj I uilding,
will ��� ��� .; foi months and i os-
sihly till next spi ng I be lling ol
the couri was that the railway i ni-
panj - ��� ill not ; roceed in Its U
sil.::- iqin   more land than the
���e -,       .; '   I feet foi   t righl   e]   i
A  chart  showing the rise ot  Watei
every assurance that he would never of a
wrestle professionally again. Dr. Roi-1 killed two persons ami fatally injured
ler, the Seattle champion, bas found two others, brought to light a plot
eh,   .allot;       .  Bt tee Strang for bim. ! hatched   by    Republican    conspirators
in the Frasei   during the freshets foi ;iI),i  jje has  consented  to  meet   Kuril   to assassinate King Carlos and  Pre
the   last   dozen  years  has  been  pre- Klank ton $1000 or more, the bout tb I mier Franco and to seize the govern
sented  to the city  by G.  A.  Keefer, be held In private in this city.                ment of Portugal.
resident   engineer  tor  the    Dominion "        '                         '" ""        V             i ""   -""   '��� "<���"  '''���
government,    it  also shows the high
water mar!, recorded during the high
..ears since ^tv.. All measurements
were taken at Mission bridge and
comprise an entire record during tin.
mouths of May, .tune and July.
T ee  highest  point recorded   in  the
lusl 30 years was 25 feet 9 inchi-. this
Otto   Floto,   ol   the   Denver    Post, I     The jwlice allege thai the head of
authorized   bj   Klank   to issue    the.  ,],,, conspiracy is Jesse Bettencourt, a
challenge,   seat   it   ite  Roller   Monday,   medical   student.     In     searching    his
and last evening he arrived at a de- , apartments  they founel a  number of
cision, and his response was a wil-  letters and  papers which  resulted iu
lingness tee meet Klank. the arrest of thirty republican le^.d-
The local  wrestler stipulated  in his   erB,    They have been  place! or, ships-.
i reply that the match must be held In   and are heavily guarded.
| private;  thai  he bad promise 1 never i    gettencourt   lives jr.   u,,* tenement
' a districl of T.isVur nad hip fooms have
reached on June 5, 1904.   wrestler aftei   his  win    over    Kran', , 1)(���
trial < :  the   case ��� >  the
Metljerl .,,:.       Misses���Vera   Blaine and Olivers,   i'h
Milberry, and others,    right-of-way #as to Le approximate!}
��� n ling   tiie
courts.
A Ma ��� histor} of the ase is as
follows Ji hn Weavei c< nveyed to
the  railwa,   company  a righl of-wa.v
land  which lies between   ,;""   wlth   th��   l907   l!i-h   m:nk  ,1,:!'
reputation
hi Ighl   hein
N'ext  comas  June  1;   1SS2,  wheu  tl
water   raisi ,   .;  .eel   10 Inches,  and
six   years     i fi re,   .lune     it!'     lsT(t.   a
height   Of   22   feet     9    inches     was
reached.
The i bar, reveals a tact in connet -
through his
width ol thi
Gilley,  Hi nr; .
K.iiitiis iokmis um
DECISION IS RESERVED
well off and  had
work   for    nine
It.
ril
Will
,.
:  by a  N'ews  restated that   he
'' "used   but   was
e  anything about
I  Issued rite death
" aware whether
n notified oi not.
���]     Kirk   bad     shot
.,, ell avoiding com-
(ilr', asking "Who   told
'"I   Is  the  use   or
Itp now."
L00 feel   b il  a irr w  iti  ���    ..���
and wide i   In otl ers.    The sun  ,  ol
the line runs al ng the sea shore ��� ������
y\v   wei . ��� roperty i nd  foi   se me
,li-. -.ilj aralh Is a dyki  which Mr.
Weavi r and  asso   ati -  ; i II   for the
ii i draining the mud flats. ��� m
applications   the 15th   inst., th-      llwa:   company
, n., red  iat    :��� I------1 t  the prop
, .������.  an i comn ��� nce I thro'    -  ��� i  th
lhe sti ovi    no     nl    from
hi i., ���  ,���. bli a had bi en 11 nveyi d
������   .n in thi Weaver agreement, t ul      irif,
a flfi    feet extra on eai h Bide |23-10;
.    ioo  fool   right-of-waj   which
i rai tlcally   would   give   theni  a   two
i.;m lr��d fool  I'- ht-of-way.
On the 16th. inst. W. J. Whiti Ide
,,��� ;,, half of Mr, Weaver, applli i toi
an ex-parte injunction restraining the
supn nn
I istlce
���
firsl
The
e,iy reall
[ li  I   that   '
'���'.he   eai 1,
':��� ,
fese .i
BteAn,,,,
A ��� 1 .       ���
couri   ch tm ers     efon
���   :i
en i icl    -. ������
Oni    m
Jack, an In
servi   e ni    ��� all foi  Btealing n
had not   rifli   and ra ��� "''""���  ln
Ineas affairs, ln   'Han.   near   B<   ���  Ooola.    The
was tried al ���'   "j   !"
of .lulv by the local magistrate
ground for the application v:es defect
ln commlttmenl W. J. WMteside ap- company from taking iiossesBion of
p,,,,,,,' for the crown and J. P. H. the extri I feet on each side. Tbe
Bole for the applicant, injunction
The other ap] II
behalf of Dr. Ch
Ciiee.a  Indian who was
Serve'     siX     1 Ithi .,,,1
cli,.. stealing   for the company,   stated    that   till
prplica-   clients wen   very anxious to proceed
tlon In this case wa    also defeel  In
committment,
The chambers ri' c�� i      '    -<'A 'm"
porta.,,   case  In   which   F
people are uoncerned,   J,
applied on   behalf ol   Mi
I angley foi an or*
cancellation of townsite   dan.^ ^  ^     Mftpppoprlatlon     vr0eeedings
has   5hall have been carried out
Mi
hup-
Kirk
the early  hours
[d obtained a i'��-
1 !|i  occupied  by  a
���ls either a leoarder
own  son,  timl
;:'
ilrk came to Hrll-
���latiiloha  last   De-
'     "i   the  Okanagan
'!ased n farm from
was   made  effective  until
i made on   yesterday,   when   Mr,   Whiteside   ap-
anothi;   Bel a  piled to have the Injunction continued
litti  I   to   ;j|i the d ite Of trial.   This was agp I  I
I, na  Coola  to by the court.   It. L,  Reid, acting
rather das. es the reputation of
prophets whe pre licteti last wlnti
that the pre senl would be ami.he i
flood year. Fai trom 1907 being a
flood year, the highest point touched
ai Mission bridge was lower than the
i,.( ord rise a irlng an} other year
since, istij. v,Ith :b, exception ol 1902,
la".', and 191 6, 'I hi 1900 recoi i was
the lowest, ��� a only IS fi i I it
Ini hes,
Follow ing ar< r he aatei and
a i ..ir�� mi nts ol i ecords d u lag
tli" last  th i irs:
June    .' .   22 9]   ri'-.'.  Juni    11.
1894, June 5, 25 9; 1895, June
Hi, 19-8; 1891 Iul ��� 9, 21-9; II ri.
Ma} 24, 1S-5; 1898. June 16, lv-<e
1899, Jul} I '. 19 I . 190 I, 2:n- 27,
21-1; 1901, Juni " 19-6; 1902, Jul} 7.
17 0; 1903, June IS, 22-6; 1904, July
ll. 18-1; 1906, -lune 12, lit-:!; 1906,
July 18, 13-6; an i 1907, .lune i. 17-8,
'The churl \v 11] be framed and placed jin view iii I lie e.n ni rie library,
Gotch hist fall, ami thai he would live
up ta that announcement ln that he
would not agree tei wrestle ln public,
Tiie  $1000  a   side,    suggested    by
Klank not omly met  with Holler's ap-
ivt I, I ul he suggested thai the bel
bi   madi   lai gi r, and that  the match
���   pulled ..itt as soon as possible, in
this citv.
en headquarters for reptJ
rilenn agl-
exi>lo-
���llis
HOLBROOK HOTEL MEN
FACE CHARGE IN COURT
tators and conspiraiors. The
sion occurred In Bettencourt's rc'*-."
and the men killed and those injim*M'
were conspirators against the king
and  tbe> government.
The noise of the explosion was terrific and when the police rushed In
they found the room a wreck. The} tit
onie made a Bearch and found many
documents toiling of the conspiracy
against  the King and premier.
A mooley cow. captured on Front
Btreel yestei la} afternoon bj Officer
Johnsti ii. is at present In the markel
stables   awaiting   lhe   arrival   of   Ihe
tt.  Have ���wmT
Proprietors   Sait
Served Drunken Man Who
Was Also Siwa3hed.        ANSWER TO PROTEST IS
DELAYED IN TRANSIT
l
Tin   proprietors ol  the   llo'.ri. ok
hotel did               '. ���    f busin        ti
��� 'ni   la ,  a i     to  Chlel   Mc- ,     ;:         ,.,   ���,, .,, ..,   .���.,,.,,   nf ,,���.
wn    ���       li I .01  Informal on   leafl .   .    .    ,,,.    wjl,  ,.,,  .. ayed  t0.
agialnst them I  i i clng liquor to an 11 morrow   i ternoon  when the    Maple
Intoxicated men, t wit. George Stein, j |.(.;lN and  Vancouvers will come to
gethei   at   Brockton   Point,  Vancou*
magi.-1 teeti   i ti  lh*'
a cow.   The grounds
Rabbi Hirsch Turned   by Russians.
I'aris, Aug. 22.- Very few persons
are in Taris just now against their
will, but such is the position of Dr,
Hirsch of Chicago, one of the fore*
(mint rahhls and workers for the benefit of  Russian  Hebrews.    Dr. Hirsch
v. ho In addition to I eing a  lover of
.the cup, Is also under the. ban, having
��� - 11 Siv, a  'ee  I    I QU     :   mths  ago.  The
illi e claim to haM eiIdence to the
��� feci that stein was servi d with
llq ior al the Holbt ook while In a
drunken  condition,  and   Stein,    who
vor.   Quite a number of Now Wesi
minsti ���   people are arranging to go
ovt r and sei   the match.
Vancouver won both their matches
with tbe Maple Leaf team this sea-
sun, and there is a strong possibility
was chargi I yesterday morning with U^,  they  wil  ldlspatch    the  Mount
with construction and thai he would
e willing to put  up any  reasonable
ai ount of monej as a guarantee, but Lftm6 fwm Chlcag0 to maU,. ,, 9peclal
Mr. Whiteside took the stand thut he | emi|,���vol.  ,,���   thelr  behalf_ ,,ut    was
n. Kennedy   had no authority from Mr. Weaver to; turM(J  ,)ack  ffben  fae    r(,.l(.heJ   ill(.
farter of   waive an}  rights that he might have,   RuBglftn    front)e���    He    retiir*led    to
thi    and  as  the  matter stands  the  <���"'��-   Paris nml l9 now at (lu, GrilM(1 Jlo,,.,
ol   a   pan}  will simply have to cease work
having heen .drunk and Incapable,
whs remanded in order to have his
evidence at the hearing this morning.
Tills will be the first case Of this
nature brought against a hotel keeper
for some months, although other offences of n like nature are reported
to   have  taken   place   recently,     This
is the fit-.t  lime the Holbrook is In
Pleasant bunch Again tomorrow it
Vancouver wins tomorrow's match
and are alio awarded the match of
August  10 as a result Of their protest,
they   wii!   dead   New   Westminster  by
one  much  in the run  for  the championship, with three more games   to
plaj
No statement has yel been received
debating what next to do.
certain Btreel in
through her property
purchased the four It
tbe sireet on each
Ious to  bave  the
thereby mai
piece,   u<-'
in com-
trouhle since the present proprietors, by Secretary Ryall 0f the New Wesi
McDonald and  McNiven. took  poswes-   g,|glttl   Uwaxjw club from  the B, C
"'""��� j A.   L.  A    as   to  the decision  of the
Another  liquor  case   will   also  be j committee    in    the   Vancouver-New
m    Ca ret
which  fiaiiU   menting on the case the OOUrt stated      Sam Preston, who has been under   lic.ard   by   the   poilce    magistrate,   a j Westminster  protest.    As only  forty
attx-   that the company should have stcur- , treatment in  the  Vancouver hospital   woman  from  tbe  mire  section  being | )unn!! (s given the committee to hand
cane
.     '   . i  the extra fitfy feet on each side   for some weeks past for Influmaiery   the accused  In  ibis ease.      Another  down a decision, the document   will
, ���! .   eu   ��� t  tne extra uuj   '��e. ��.. ��*����,������ =���- ���   ���~w_���_, *,..-> .��  ,,   ,,,,,   ���,.,,���,.,���   ...     v ��� | uuvn u decision, me aocumeni   win
ve   lh"        ' .    |uU >:..   or th[, dyke ur whatever property thy   rhi'iimfllism.  lettirned to    the    city   unsavory ca��9 from the same district 1 have to be  forthcoming before 2:30
king ker i reaulred befcre tailing po��M����lon,        yesterday alteJmootn. will nine, be heard ln the court.         , o'clock this afternoon,
ilslon wa    n ��� "eu-          i i PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS
EVERY
PHOTOGRAPH
CLEVER CRACKSMEN
CAN OPEN ANY SAFE
���	
Cool Criminals Use Chemi-
UNDER THE
New   Management
OF
THE
Royal Studio
Washington. Aug. iii;.���Expert
cracksmen can enter any safe the
manufacturers  put on  the  market
This claim is made in a consular report received at the state department.
HAS THE
Personal Guarantee
OF THE  PROPRIETOR
LIONEL   HAWEIS
(pronounced Hoyes)
MAIL CONTRACT
Iprussic acid; that, the volatilization
I of a few drops of ethyl-dichloracetate
I would cause profuse and persistent
| weeping or that a tube of liquid am-
i monia would render the Immediate
{ withdrawal eef the cracksmen imperative.
In  the great  battle    between    the
1 AT If Q'_-l        f P   ���!    ' cracksmen and the manufacturers .it'
CaiS tO Melt blues 01 ^asn-!safes ,ini, vallits each progressive step
boxes-Remedy Suggested jis offset, now that the burglar is able
  ' ' to melt,   the  sides  of  the    strongest
! safe, he must be defeated hy some
chemical or mechanical device to
punish him for bis wrongdoing an.l
render his work ineffective.
The consul remarks in closing his
report, that ���'eventually the daring
in which it is declared that steel I burglar with sufficient training might
fuses under the blowpipe flame of an ! venture to face the unknown dangers
acetylene generator charged with cai- of a safe well provided with more or
cium carbide, water and compressed ' less effective neutralizing agents for
oxygen are now being used by the the coneeale'i possibilities of de-
cracksmen.    The flame is so intenese ' fense."
that  it  eats  through  steel  as  an or- |	
dinary gas jet does through lead.
Reading like a novel, the report re-
oounts the daring deeds of a imlel
safe-blower, who secured a room in
a hotel directly over.a jewelry store.
By drill and saw a circular piece of Fairbanks, Alaska Aug. 22.���What
the flooring was removed. A thick is believed te, be the biggest plot for
cemenl ceiling was disclosed, but the robbing the T'nited States mails is
intelligent thief was not daunted, now in operation in Alaska. Only yes-
W'ith a chisel he removed enough of terday word was received from the
the cement to lower an umbrella, coast thai the third pouch missing in
which was opened and held suspended   a month  had been reported at  Skag-
b.v  the handle to catch the particles   way.    The  sac!:  contained   SI"'    br.
of cement and prevent them falling sold dust addressed to Seattle banks,
to the floor of the money changer's Postoffice Inspectors already in the
office while the hole was being en- north working on the two former
larged sufficiently tee permit the robberies have taken up the latest
passage of the cracksman. loss,    n   Is   almost  certain  that   the
By means of a rope .adder the rob- !sacks wer 5len wntle in transit on
ber lowered himself and brought with , the   Yukon   fiver   steamers  between
him two cylinders of compressed ozy- ' tnis P��mt and Dawson.    Several men
gen    and    tin    acetyline    generator
charged with calcium carbide and water, also several heavy blankets. The j scarc<?.
latter he  used   In  erecting    a    tent
I
are  uu ler  suspicion, but  no    arrests
have been made.   Reliable clews are
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
ehe Postmaster (ien,..ial. win be received   il  Ottawa until noon, on  Frl-
around the safe so thick that no ray
of lighi could pass through. The rest
of the work was simple enough
Uniform Building Laws.
Montreal,  Aug.  22.���The  Congress
He   of  Canadian   Architects,  now  in   ses-
twenty-seventh ddy of Sep-   'lid the job, returned to his room and ��� sion here, has adopted   i resolution to
vanished. , tiK, effec|   that in  view of the  great
Declaring that it Is impossible to range of architectural activity inVolv-
construct a safe which will withstand ing erection of buildings in widel.v
the flame that can be generated, the separated centres, of the' great loss -
government Is officially advised by involve,! by conflagrations among
the its consul that unless safes can be poor! constructed buildings, and of
placed under the vigilant eyes of po-   the  danger of serious accident   "The
teml er, for the conveyance of His
Majesty's mails, on a proposed contracl ��� i four years, twice per week
each wi ���, between New Westminst ���
and Strawberry Hill (Proposed Posl
Office on Seen i Road), during
Postmaster General's pleasure.
Printi i   notices   containing   further   licemen where al! sides
s may be seen,   Institute of Architects of Canada do
information as   to conditions of  pro-1 it will be necessary tei pack between
hereby ui ge ii] on the various municipalities ��� f the D iminlon the desir-
cal device which will render it either   ability  of  the  ei tctment  of  uniform
fatal or physically  impossible to re-   building by-laws which can be graded
enl  from   Mr.  Robt. (!.  !...,.,   teieiin  in the  vicinity of  the  safe or   to suit .   iqirements  ol  Cai idian
Scott ro   I, and  al   the office. <���.   lhi    vault   when   the  fierce,  oxy-acetylen     'tiral i   nimunitl  -. villages, cities and
Posl Office Inspector. blowpipe Is doing its work of eating   towns.'
posed   contracl   may    be    seen    :n-i   the steel linings a chemico-mechani
lank 1 rms of tender may be obtain
ed at thi Pi sl Offices of N'ew \\ >i
min-
Post i iffice Inspector's Office.
Vancouver, B. ('.. Aug. n;, 1:107.
JOHN  It. QRBEjVFIEL i
steel.
The consul suggests that potassium      For  cut   flowers,  bouquets  or  fun-
j cyanide and  sulphuric acid might  be   eral   designs  telephone   T.   Davies   &
Post Office ln.-,|."..iir   used to generate the deadly fumes of   Son. B 20S,
'By!; '.'   _ 1    t��J i wwi f-Jf I       T��t.&X'y.\x..b%
1 '���    y W_\ 4-y-wi^:%;
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IJfEILABEL THAT RROKCXS
1. ..vLgBaft ���aer.i^'g^^yaag-'. .^MBXsaitmrv
Piepare your boys tor
licnool  opening.
Wc ve made great provision in Scnool Clothes.
Wc ve keen there ourselves, ana we know exactly what School Boys require in Clothes.
A man���wl,0se coat sags at thfe collar,
bags at the elbow, and simply won't
stay pressed into shape--ought to be
mighty sorry he did not buy
"Progress Brand"
Clothing
DISTRICT OF
TAKE .Vm
son,    of    N,.
cruiser,   Ini ���
| timber    1. .
described
1. c imn
the  Bouth
aboul     three
from   Silver  1
Harrison   :.
chains,     wesi
eighty chain
tn point ol
A'J3UST;
'  WESTM|^
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''"titl.stw
tor
"is lo|
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" northi
tains,
eighty!
Made right���looks right���IS right
Look for the  label   that    typifies
progress.
GOLD   ROBBERY.
Big   Plot    for    Stealing     From   U.  S. ,
Mails Suspected.
S3
2. Commen ..
the  south   bai
aboul    three
from   Silver <'..-.
Harrison   Lake
chains, so ith
hundred an I
chains,    and   v
poinl   of  coi
H.   L.   DE B
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half miij
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b.    10 'J
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railwa)   belt Iim
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rison    Lal e;
+����������������������������������������������������������������������   chains,    -
eighty chains, j
���11 polnl   '   -
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New  Wi
Augusi
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Just Received:
Carload of
BRIQUETTESj     :
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for burning in heating stoves
ancl grates.
12 Transcontinental Tra|
DAILY
Excursion   rat. 1
j Gilley Bros, im I
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:
* CiXcuiaiou   rai''.- ���
* July  3rd,   ith  ai \ ;.l
t 9th and  10th,    T             eod tf
* months.
ED. GOULfl
1   i'. k. A_j
New Westa
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: Rushton & S[
Victor Gramophones and Rl
Gen '    -
���Thc���
���k     (Maple I-eaf f-
J^, Label)
'���'���'��� 13 MADE IN CANADA, AND 13 THE PUKEST AND BEST
y ti:z rriv.w co., Ltd.. Toronto
Xv..". -Tr^azzsnKSSvcERS-sisscr"^:     iii ii'i'imm 1 trsrr.hubs
SECOND-HAND STI
f**i
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers  and Dealers  in  All Kinds  ot
j Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
j
' Interior Rinish,     turned Work,    Etc.
< Fish and Fruit Boxes.
R inges, S1 ���:
S
Columbia  and  Front Sts.     P'i
J. HEiNLI
Manufai turer of
Mineral Waters,
Aerated Waters]
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office. EigtitM
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.|
Westminster
i Transfer
Large Slock Plain and Fancy Glass.
'fi ...  phoi  i**"1 ,'B,,|
Columbia St.
Baggage dellvere     1 omuw
part of lhe cltj
!   Light and Heavy Ha
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Off 151���Trai   D"��'
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.   {
��
Royal City Branch, Cekmbia St.    t
Telephone 12. New Westminster   I
We've Sailor, Blouse, Reefer and Norfolk Suits, made from
handsome, durable fabrics, strongly sewed and reinforced where
the strain comes.      Couldn't be better if we charged more.
I
$3.00
up to
$8.00
! H. L DeB
THE
CLOTHIER
Ladies, Win!
$15���or���$10 I
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWd PRIZES - First, $15; second, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at thr forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERSAL   FLOUR  -  IMPERIAL
Ne�� entrance fee needed all that is necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
kFRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.     _
thebrilliantntnv.i. ..,'y
Pianos, Furniture, I - W d J
Interior Wopdwort, oj J
Floors, and all polished, w 1
or enameled ��ll1r,ai'','f\���cg evef
It renews and ^Shinl
thing it touches. Beva^r8tchJ
unnecessary, beca ib��> . dj,f
stains and dirt ug^J
pear, leaving a smootu, j
surface. ���       ,       .    mrnishil
a surface fond th. t��� ������ l' torj
the old finish, instantwj ^M
the latter to.it�� ��*2S��lM
ness. Easy to'**-*&. M
ofcheeseclofnisit''^38^     1
instantly. inmcr 'T'l
One  dcjiKU,-   >;,   ';frLott|
that It to worth }Wj
The price fa only su^^jjT
_ Soli-' M J ���,-'jST  23,  1907.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
toys' School lis
Just Wkat Yoi
Want For \
.. BOY
OLEON BOWStR
PREPARES TO EIGHT
our
A New Suit
2-piece and 3-piece'
(3.50, $3.75, $4 up to $8
the suit
Phillips
Tne Wardrobe Clothier
lommissioner of Fish-
Announces Decision
To Force Fisheries Issue.
ia,   Aug.   22.���The   inevitable,
i tween the  province  .end  the
- toi  th    control of the fish-
British Columbia will be ad-
oearei  today  by the
tuenl     .      Attorney    General
a commissioner of fisheries.
:  be gazi ������ ei io that  position
���   confei rini     ��� thi   commission-
��� ' .i Hie-.,   ilr, Bowsi r i.- ri_;uifi-
;e t il  t. . qjected that develop-
'���'���   within ,i shon  time will pre-
'   a   fight in  the  courts.    The
' '���      -  e'en to certain fishing
oasl bn, nses te. op-
1   in  v iter.   ��hich  the   province
���    ared s tiall pot I e entered up-
, ��� Ivati   parties  will e Ithei
1   '���   bi     to the provinci il dictum
thi      fight te, the courts in
:   efforl   to secun   n Hi f
pt intmi ni  ol  Attorm 5  Gen-
''���' wei ���       .   mmissionei of fish-
'���'���-   i-   in   . 1 lam e   with   powers
���'���    ��� '  ri.  tin   provincial Fisheries
acl ol  1902, n
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight   Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at 3
Five Cents a Bar
Condensed
Advertisements
LOST���Plain   gold   ring,
this  office.
Reward   at
45   MILLIONS
THAT  IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   BANK   WITH
Tn,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
ar e>n Savings Hank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
iBank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
f"thes''       bout Canada and New foundland, and   iti   London,   England,
, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
ng Business Transac ted.
*������' Cn   t issued, available witl. correspondents In all tent? of the
I""" Bar.-  Department     Deposits received In Bums of $1 and upwai la
: e lowed al ;; per cent, per annum (preseni rate) added
four t
|��� *sset<
in,  .'.'i-
\'':\\
a year.
$168,000,000 00,
STMINSTER BR VNCH
O, n   BRYMNER, Manager
^Canadian Bank of Commerce
K Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
Ell
Al.K
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
''��� President
ALEX.  LAIRD, Genera)  Manager.
:neral BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.        ^r
FARMERS'  BANKING.
WT''''���   atf0,clcd   Palmers for   their  banking   business,    Sales  Notes I
thw  '*    takcn  for collection. .,   '[
k", Kp' ;   BY   MAIL-Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
'tow r,
;nts   receive every attention.
"Ew  ���  ESTMINSTBR BRANCH-H. Et DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
has been c msed throughoul thi  -  >un-
trj   ;..   the  in atment  meii 2    oui
Hi       . . ���    tor 0     lie  S    lalisi
i -.. ��� ing in Muelhausi . Ken
Wlel .   was  rn jail tin lergolng a ���
. :   even days' Imprl sonmenl I
in in  ig  the   authorities,    Onlj
: iii- -, nteuce wi  ���   um t
. a hi   wai  Inf   m< : lu  ba I
.���1 e ouiI vitni   ��� ag tinst 1
. r 1 1 landner, wh 1 v. ai
,l in have defra ide 1 to th   exi  a   of
',11 mai lif ���
��� :, fore Hen  Wii Icj  lefl  hi
was handcuffed, .mei in this condition
epeared hi fore tin  couri to give his
.   1 lent 1.    \Vlien he    protested,    tli ���
Informed blm he w,as onl;  a 1
rdlng tee bis written insti   1
tl ms.
g ich     tactless    and     unnecess  1
...... ritj   could  only  be extende l   d
Socialists, and it will doubtless hav.'
.;���. eff eel of largely Increasing tii ���
number of Socialists in Muelhausen
and   vicinity.
pingle and Saw Mill
machinery
EAT
NEMO
SND
��e Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NEW AND STYLISH DESIGNS
IN
Ladies' Golf Jackets
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCIi,   -    275 Columbia Street
���
ROOM AND BOARD in private family. Apply corner. Qneeu.. avenue
and Eleventh street.
wanted���To rent a furnished cottage or flat immediately. Apply A.
C,   Daily   News Ofice.
JAPANESE BOY attending daj school
wants work with good family. Remuneration   $1.1111   per   week,   with
room  and   board.
P. O, Box 545, cit
Apply tu  R.  P.,
WANTED���Experienced
enced girls as sewers.
Front  street.
or  mexperi-
Applj   2-17
WANTED
Fi
-11K
le
help    !:.
b
work,
short  ho
irs
\pp
y  Meth
id
Steam
laundry',
Co
un
Ida
street.
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TREASON   IN  MOSQUE.
Soldier to Pay  Penalt yof Felly With
His Life.
T.mri- r, Aug, 22.���A sensati nal incident occurred during the celebration
of nee m-daj prayers al the (..rand
MosqiK ' t Djidid a1 Fez yesterday. A
(soldier suddenly shouted 'May Allah
rend< i our mast< r, Moulay Moham-
rni.'.. \ ictorious."
Mohammed is the Sultan's, brothe/,
and as :n. proclamation of a new Sul-
' lu i.e . mosque while rhe Sultan is
| living is traditionally the signal for a
revolution, the faithful who were at
prayers fled in fright into the streets. [
creating ee panic.
In ie .short time all shops wi re closed and thi lews i arricadi d in their
residen es, The troops on duty at
the mosque" seized the soldier who
cre ted the disturbance and !,- was
I ��� ii" a converted Jew and was
beaten unmercifully and taken, cover-
1 I v. Ith e : od, 'ei prison where
will ; : . abl) t e b hea led Later, ir-
der was restored in the city.
s
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Solid Gold Jewelry
Our stock of GOLD Jewelry is the largest ever shown in Westminster.    Pearl  Set BROOCHES,  SAFETY  PINS and  STICK  PINS,
NECKLETS,   CHAINS,   BRACELETS, CUFF LINKS.    It will pay you  ,J
before purchasing? to examine our stock of DIAMOND RINGS, both !���:
in SOLITAIRE and   combinations of other precious stones.
ALD.   SAPPHIRE,   RUBY,   OLIVINE, &c.
We also carry Diamond Set  BRACELETS!    BROOCHES
RINGS, &c.
of DIAMOND RINGS, both  r.
EMER-  $
J
a
8
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EAR-
IW. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler 1
�����: Agent for the Hamilton  Watch. '*!
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Huge   Paper   Mill   Merger.
Appleton,   Wis.,  Aug.  22.���10 m ��� ���
the  greal   need  ol   the  future i:i  the j
papei      id<    i . t: i ��� it��� n t pulpwi    i timbei   t ���.   irnmi nse   merger    i I   paj
mills now  being formed will endeavor
���<  se -nn   ��� ��� iul  i11 i,i 00 acres oi pulp-
... ������      q" th��       ���. ini e ol Qui  h
combine   i    almost   complete I.    F.nd
will have a capitalization of $20,000,-
000 to $30,000i 100.
G< e :_;, a. Whiting, presldenl
mills ;.i Ale,.in.sii,i und Stev. ns' Poinl:
stati - that the merger will nol .-: ip
with print papi I and pulp inil-s. but
will take in prai tically everything In
the papei manufacturing busin -- .':
the Middle Wi st, except tl anl
paper mills.
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W.   E.   FALES'
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
*
1 am the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings Dealer, Funeral
Director and Embalmer, and I will sell you anything in my line cheap
aad will rive you better value than you can get in any other place
in the city.   Try me.
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretch-
e's. the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
prices. Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up. Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
A If kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving daily.
I have sold the block and am still doing business in the same plac6
and in the same old way. -���*������
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WANTED���Lady assistant ln family
of three, apply .Mrs. A. .). Holmes,
IT" Columbia street.
WANTED���-My 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 capita!. Apply
105 Columbia street. iL
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, 35 Hastings St., AV. next door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. E. J. Grieve, proprietress.
6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St.,
between Third .and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
sold immediately; a bargain at
$1500, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
&  Co., Front   St.
'EMPLOYMENT AGENCY���We furnish help of all kinds, farm, bush,
saw mill, railroad labor, belt el help,
etc., etc. male or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Employment Agcy.
506 Cordova street west Vancouver.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly ln timber. Have large and smaii
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. S. R. Chandler,
407  Hastings  St..  Vancouver, B.C.
feggjagsgisgi^
For Sale or Charter
STERN-WHEEL STEAMER "HAMLIN." Length 146 feet, width 30
feet, depth 4 feet G inches. Engines 16x60, built in Pittsburg, Pa.;
shaft s inches. Boiler locomotive
type, length 20 feet, diameter 12
Inches; winking pressure 126 lbs.
All pipe ci nnectlona complete^ ���'
��.   JXriri-rivs. price, t-Xe.. rirriy t< ���
H. ^- JONES
407   Cordova*   St"   Vancouver.
QL-7? 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.
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KYLE'S Good Cheer Store
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Fresh Groceries at lowest prices. .
Just received a large consignment of Leclde'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.
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Kyle's
Good Cheer Store
THE HOME  OF PLENTY
Telephone 276.
Front St.,  opp. C. P. N. wharf.
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TIIE   DAILY   XEWS.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily N'ews  Pub-
��bing   Company   Limited,   at   their
..Sees,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
���tnaets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.   Paige Manager
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
the inch. Five cents per line for
���ubsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
There's no reason why you
should buy 'cheap' imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more ��� is absolutely pure ��� and
goes farther.    Get 'WINDSOR.
133 VV
���o close association    with    John.
!;    :������; corn.    The in lign inl  ri'ri" de- i
ed the  we I ;':.- it   the as- ,
si guests   jreatly enjoyed    th^
nuptial  ice  cream   which  was   read
at the home of a neignb ��� .-.
located along the Port Moody
: ;     The   ��  " ���:   will   be  used    for
agri il  an i  domestic    purposes.
He   ert  P.  ButterfieM of   Squamish,
B. C   i ���; :.��� 1 for a rec ir I of 85 inches
��� ��� :������: flowing into S luamte
: His   implication   was  granted,
..���__ : ���..    - ;    Iy will be used for agri-
I and  ��� echanical  purp ises
JAPANESE WRESTLER
IS MOUNTAIN OE EAT
GIRLS
WE HAVE THE GREATEST SELECTION OF DRESS
AND ENGAGEMENT RINGS THAT HAS EVER BEEN
SHOWN IN NEW WESTMINSTER. BRING YOUR GENTLEMEN     FRIENDS   ALONG    AND    LOOK   THEM    OVER.
TELEPHONES.
Day  Office    A23
Night  Office    822
ARREST ALL KUSjIANj     Nipponese Expert Tips Scale
WAS STARTLING ORDER * fi0.">*?����*
But Five Feet Tall.
Horace  Dore
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FRIOAV.  AUGUST 23.  1907.
EXAMINATIONS.
The modes and methods ot the education  departmenl  have come in  fo;
some criticism of late In the press of
the province, and it may be of Inter-
esi to people here to know that British 11 : ......... Is not tiie- only place In
which the que... n Is a live one. That
they have it on the carpel in Ontario
also .- evident. The Brantford Expositor says;
"The complaints regarding the
character of the departmental examination papers this year will. It Is
thought, lead to a lowering of the
standard sei for students. Why should
the standard be lowered? Keep up
the standard, but use a little common
sensi ii. setting the papers. Let the
examiner keep in mind the spirit of
the saying that a fool can ask questions thai a wise., mun cannot answer.
Papers constituting a fair test do not
Include catch questions���questions
which -eee. examiner himself may nol
be able to answer without consulting
Iii-   library."
The St. Catharines board of trade
is oppose I in the proposal to coin a
"penny" in Canada, By a benny is
meanl a coin of the value of twee
cents- that Is to say as near the value eif the British pi nn as we can
come. The board says there is no
use fo . enny, by which it probably
means to express the. idea thai a
n ation ol    mall denominations
of  coin     would   be   more   '.emi islng
i ban nsefu    r ���  ���   ��� somi thin
in  th il
I'i;' -'   S n   now ranks as the sec-
'/' ���' owet  ii, the world, bul he
1 ���' c    ered th il   there  i-   a   very
: efeci  In hi      ittli -iii;,.-   The
tnenl i  ilng the powder
...      .:.    :' om 'ii': maga-
������������ thi  water lin' have
ned  �� '
ei .i   view i" speed
and   the   imparl ������     facto    ol   safet;
! '���....        ������      . ���;.   .ome dis-
������'���-. accid ml ��� le ive occurred, and
��� :, ���    what    advantage
���    ild     .    In     r. Ing  ii   second
nr two o me   i ; ween shots, it'
few had      en fired   the ship
and !���. ��� w were   enl to 1 he bottom by
Inti   n il  ���"���   . ��� lion.      As  an  addition to naval    icl inrl i   nol
i .      ���          advantageous.
Detectives Start Rounding
Up 2000 Men When Officer
in Charge Goes Insane.
Copenhagen, Aug, 22.���The entire
police fore*, hen gol a Bl irtling shaking up last night Every officer received a sudden telephone order I om
Second Officer Tureben for the whole
fore to turn out ani arrest every
Russian in Copenhagen, a great plot
against the czar having been discovered. The order was immediately
complied with. The detectives who
were accessible were hurried off in all
directions, and steps were taken to
rouse those who were off duty tl
occurred to only 'en*, of the nine su i-
ohiefs who received the order to doubl
its accuracy. He reflected that there
were more than 2,000 'Russians in the
cit>. and concluded thai there must
be a mistake somewhere. He telephoned to the first officer, who has-
��� 'ned i.i headquarters and found that
Ti . ien bad gone suddenly mad. The
order was cancelled in time to save
the liberties of the fri.--. in -
Thn ��� ip] lie itions foi water reci,;.!- were granted yesterday by wa-
.;<���;��� commissioner C. C. Fisher. The
Surrey Shingle Manufacturing company of Cloverdale applied for a record of 50 inches from Johnston
creek, anel the entire amouni was
granted, It will be used for floating
-'���'nrie. bolts down a flume. David
Oswald of Sapperton was granted
a record of two Inches from a small   Japanese costume
Victoria, \nz. 22.���The famous
Hitachiyama, Nippon's champion
wrestler, a mountain of fat and
muscle, weighing .ri-' pounds, though
but five ���������������' high arrived in Victoria
by tbe steamer Kaga Maru yesterday
from Japan on his way to the Unite,!
States. Three other heavyweight
wrestlers, and a jiujitsu teacher from
the Waseda university all accompany
Hitachiyama, and all the necessan
requirements for wrestling match* -
have been brought. It is not intended to give public exhii.itions, bul ���:.���
Japanese wrestlers expect to give a
performance at Washington befon
President Roosevelt. They were reg-
fstered at the Driard yesterday an.!
leave for Seattle today.
The   big  fellow   created   much   interest on the streets yesterday as he
strolled   about   in   company   with the
other members of the party.    He did
aoi   impress those  who saw him as
being particularly  athletic  with    his
elephantine girth, but he has a lon?
recot : of successes i n the   mat   in
an  that  belies his looks.    In  this
respect he resembles the late "Terri-
I ���   Turk"   who     met    an    untimch
! leath off the coasl of Nova Scotia by
: the sinking of the ship on which hi
sailed.   The Turk appeared to be just
a big bundle of flesh, but as a wrestle
he was in a class by himself, possessing abnormal strength.
Hitachiyama was clad in Occident   .
costume,  wearing a  ��rrey tweed  su
that ill becomes him. The other men ���
hers   of  the   party   wer,.   dressed   in
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
I
Dr. Jordan
The   Eyesight   Specialist
iegs ���    remin I his old     u tons
prospect - om-
ei 3,   thai   new   -��� ��� ��� eye-
glat     in     c mstanl Ing
added   to  his  Iat -���     ��� ��� ���       of
goods,     He   wishes   all
11 to look, to 1 '���   resl.
Same   old   adsress:
:.34 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
WE THINK THEY
A GOOD BUY
198x132 ft., with 66 ft. street, - .. two sK
and a 100 ft. street on one enti, for <*>12o|
on terms.
These lots are nearlyall cleared, ai I are ol
50 feet from the survey of the new Vancou!
car line, and only one block from the 12t i St. J
They face south and have a fine view.
Optical Department
A large proportion if the
��� ��� la - wear GLASSES still a
: irgei proportion nee ! them. We
In iape to suit glasses to anj sighl
'. matter how j mn 2 ��� - h iw old,
Y>i!i may have jusi fai ag sight or
:��� ou may have mixe 1 sight. It's all
the same to us. we .:���������. 1; e tppllan-
' ea an l glasses to suit any ��� >ri md
bo ly, Aa to pri ��� -. ��ell we
have them front 50 cents up. N'O
FIT XO  PAY.
New Westminster
Women
MM HUNDRED JAPS
COMING NEXT MONTH
20   Cases
OF
NEW
American Shoes
opened up yesterday.
They are beauties, too,
consisting of Blucher
and straight cut, in
Patent Colt, Patent
Kid Vici and G u n
Metal. These goods
were specially mafle
for us bv the
Vancouver, Aug. .:'. Eight liuiidi I
11.011 ' .ne e I ive ieen booked for
.... en 1. lulu 0 iv'uni mver
mi 1 ������ unei Indiana, und the op-
then oi u eco'. I ,��������� -��� : 0111 i.e. Island to th : 1 the chai toi' , irt)
<ei' 1 in.  Indian <   ie 1.      ien  tuk< n    up.
... new. ��.e.-e rec ilver to laj 11 111
, Francisco, w here I lie In liana is
0... nc Slie It 11 ���'���! 111 hi n a) 1 rom
\ uncoil.. r to Honolulu I 1 pick up the
,)a ,:i. ���. ii i- iii.i-!; ihal moie than
eighl hundred will 1 ome as booking
is still open, The Indiana should arrive about  9 ipteml er  10,
Tomorrow nighl another mass
meeting of the Asiatic Exclusion
league >viii be held in 1 he auditorium
it' the  Labor hall, Homer sireet.
Hon,   11.   Xnsse,  Japanese    consul
.ni ni Ottawa, declared lust night
lhal in could not believe report ��� from
IlllS   1 0 esl   to  It ffeel   lli.it   llis-  eeiilll-
1 --.men were being broughl to Cana-
(lei undi 1 contracl In violation of tli"
Alien  labor tew.
Waiting   at  the   Church.
Portland, Ore., Aug 22 Miss Annie
Conroy, a bride-to-be, was lefl waiting al the church nl Arlefaa, a Portland
suburb, tonight, Dexter Day was to
be the groom, and elghl w;is the hour
Rei for the wedding, The time arrived mni tm groom, so the police
were notified, They searched withoul
result.
TWO hours latol Dei; ;i;>; oii.e I al
11 Iiu rch showing 1 la n j the 1 .':'���
BEST    MAKERS   IIN    THE    UNITED   STATES
SHOES!
We would like to
show you our $.'j.00,
$3.50, $4.00 and $1.50
Shoes. We consider
these the best shoes
made for the money.
A special line in Patent Colt at $5.00 is
very "nifty."
Give us a call and
we will be glad to
show you the new
styles.
SHOES!
For the young lady
wanting a common-
sense shoe, we have
two or three lines,
made to our order,
with low heels and
broad toes. Prices���
$2.50 and $8.00 a pair.
New goods coming
in every day from
the best makers in
Canada and the United States.
SHOES!
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
HOUSE, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Hale & Lanl
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPeJ
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335
P. O. Bol
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Thn .    - ilen II i  10- icre  blocks   t onting    on    I
    $100   per  acre.
���' ���   ���   ���     .ranting on the  North  A m,  i lose
    $325  per acre.    Te-ml
THESE  ABE   MONEY   M \Klri;
| P. PEEBLES K.
t 270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone I
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On the Altai
This close-in Home is practically SACRIFICED.
The owner wishes to build to suit himself, and
before he does so he will let his present modern
residence go at
$2,5 OO
BOURNE & GORDO:
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
New Well ngton CQAj
MAYERS & PRESTO!
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH,
P. O. Box   345
fill
'Pieone
105.
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"MED  RUB'I
The Latest Hair Tonic
Price    -    -
I RYALL'S DRUG STOjj
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THE   DAIL?   NEWS.
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NEWS
Jan Tartan
hecks and
'ancy Plaids
The latest trade magazines cannot emphasize
io strongly the increasing popularity of these ser-
liceable materials.
���    showing Includes  the    Murra       _1  Beth,    Hunting,
| ���      Argyle,   Dundas,   12n     B i      W ite       D iche
Rob  Roy, King E :��������� ���   I Parta
ef 65c, 75c, <J0c  and $1.00  yard
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-���"..   - nap,  8  bars  fi .   25'
.-   li   &   - en   Fi mi  .street.
Choice i re im iry   mtte   at 30 cents
per lri at Kj le & S m, Front .street.
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: ���'' VVindi i ���   lining room will'     Horace   Dorer   yesterday   Installed
to-day,   iftei    having    beenta Dumber of handsome new fixtures
��� '   nearlj   two   weeks   while   al-   in   his jewelry   store,    two    massive
we liag    made   in  the' wall  show  eases  being  thn  principal
! additions,
to '.-,..:. on  mortgage em a;>-       7-   room   modern   house,   close'  in;
I security.    White & Shiles, Co-  convenient  to  Central  public  school,
iia street, c , immediate  possession.    Snap    $1370;
terms.   Abbott & Hyde, next Guichon
hotel.
The  funeral    if   ", ,  .     A.    Fry,  a
���  ; year old  girl,   ook  place in the
;lish  church    emeterj    yesterday     The regular weekly market will be
ifternoon, th C. W,  Houghton   held   this  morning.    Quite    a   large
e'in-. antlty  of   produce   arrived   at   the
i wharf during the last few days con-
| siirneel   to the   markel  cl.'rk   I'ur   sale
on commission anl   i  greal   quantity
I'uglan   Vlexande      Lindquist,    the  more will probably lee brought to tin:
1    ���  year old   son  of   Mr     .ne!    Mrs. | city today.
��� nd luist, ol the N irth r ia I posl of-
died est la norning after a Wayfarers between the hours of 3
irl Illness Dr. Walker attended the and :!:::" a'm' Cor the |ias; "'v,> morn-
ri.   The funeral wi" ��� ���' ��� ���' ������   i:u> lhelr l'-v,s    wer<     lncItoed
all kinds of : tl [lowers and pot-
i ints.   T ly, the florist.
take place at
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wo-thirtj  o'cl       on Sa
:. "'ii iii 'ie'. Mas enic   emeteiy.
after-
h.e ivenward,  might  have    caught
ILANKET
STOCK
tOMPLETE!
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IImp8e of a celestial visitant. A comet, boasting ia most gorgeous tailmany
Fruit  and poull      farm   In  Surrey,  yards in length emitting balls of fire
ive  miles from    New    Westminster,  from time to time, is paying a flying
;ood house md  veil    15      es cleared,   visil   to  the   ether lying   above   this
lalance   pari    '��� ittom,     Price  uqarter of the globe. The comet  was
��� -'"  Per acre     Eas      lyments, Whi;.-   firsl discovered by Professor Daniels.
&  Shiles & Co., _.��� ::: iia Street,  of the Prinre-inii observatory, June y.
New Westmins s-16-7
: lard to this store                    ��� ri        e   Goods,   .end
shoddy and trashy  cheap have   -������.���      I
li      i ��� i-n';;    stock   froi     ":. ildesl    in !   mosi
Owned and conducted ���     goods are
: .i  place in ���' ���   l'"   t S i             :'
trices are marke I In
.'iii   lini   ever;,   line
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In  Sheeting,  Pi
s,   in I   Napkins
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Something   li .������   hundi   i   per-
atten le I o   ilr com ert at
i :������ Albert Cresci al yes er i ij e^ ������-
ning, the severa >ele :ti ms being
heartily encored. The club swinging
demonstration .. Jam - Summers
proved to be a ple i sing novelty, and
��� he clevei ���_��� ' wa - greete I
w Ith loud and long ��� i i li' - al the
conclusion ol      ���  I I
We -���������������.
uf lemon and ian exiract fe r 15
cents  per  bottle    _1   the  Go  I  Cheer
Store, 255 Front   -: ' ��� t,
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Editor   Burd ri emi  Plo-
ne ��� :   New.-. !- . -  ::. foi   a good
tl ing.     He   has isse i    the     woi 1
aroun 1  the   I hat  it  w iuld  be
i   good  thing ��� i h   - ortsraan to
... the flrsl   gn -   .1  ���   win n  tl
si ason  i om s in his oft         and
for each farm r I sen                  .:: ������
,   | |e :.;       .. '���'        .:-  -
���ond  of   thei ���   ���   ���.'��� I
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J.A.L
ees
SPECIALS
FOR
Friday-Saturday
ONLY
Sii ce then it has been sweeping towards the earth at the rate of about
1,000,000 mile's a day. It i-e 'it present
aboul '.ni or inn million miles distant.
It will le,' nearest the earth according
i. istronomers earlj In September
iv] en II Is expected t'i sheer off at a
tangent.
CHAIRS
Damaged from the last fire. To
be cleared out at far below cost.
Values from $1.00 to $5.00 each.
Special price 25c to 50c each
Columbian College j;
will   re-open  b  a.   m.,
TUESDAY, Sept. 17
Gymn isi tm an 1   V.   M. C. A.  3jj
bull ling  will be rea Iy  C ir use  ri
;   Octol er  1st, ri
I','.- i' el- 'ed ir, et :., a Idress:    k
COLUMBIAN      COLLEGE.        2��
The New Westminster
Nottingham LaceCurtains
30 pairs only.   Regular $1.35 for
$1.00
in floral design, etc.    Woven edge.
16 pair Cable Net, convential design; regular $1.75, for
$1.35
II   vou  re
r-jai towels foi   10
Hair Dressing Parlor ie.'..- the
Vibratory .Mess:,.' M ichtne for
les in the city,   There is nothi.i
1,3.1-
e ents each, . i      Kyle an 1 Son, Froi     jt tor |)Uj] ]ing u,, the flabby musch .:
sl reet. .'���:' ri ���    .: ,1 :; .���'...    It   ;-  als.i i y-
STORE   CLOSES    AT    5    P. M.
T. H. SMITH
267 and 271 Columbia Street, New Westminster.
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JUST   RECEIVED
Complaint   ha ���    ���       i    ...    ���
ime of  tl mper.  "ti West
.:.i:u isian I have    i   i   behavin
:.   ���    :::. i     ming   mat      ,  ins
I assers-bj   an [using ������'
e la ; e   wi      will li      - "
iti  ntion of the poi      has been i       ���
��� i thi    state o       airs i
who is consi le ���-       ' - :'."    ���'.--
ler iei  the ele, will be (    - '
,i atched in ful i   .
35   acre _    it  H     ������;     ��� a   L  ll:
icre3 cleared       I I    Eruil     N'ew
:   ,..;. ���:    .      .-"        I        I   :'-    Eo<    ���-
:,.- : . - lit,   A &  Hyde, i   si
Guichon   In te
cellenl  for all nervous complaints,
Manicuring for ladies an I gev'i
mon. Also scalp treatment for .t
disease and falling hair.
over WELSH'S store, Columbia
Street. Entrance on Sixth Street
a roc
Shipment of
^Glassware
A L
Crockery
GIV!  US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING  IN  THAT LINE.      OUR   PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
GENTLEMEN!
What is nicer than a
well-cut Su't, made of
the fjnest materials?
1 have the finest selection of Cloths to
choose from in Van-
^s,   couver.
THE VERY LATES7 STYLES
DAN STLWART & CO., Tailors
145 Hustings St. W..
Oppottte Daily
Proiincc office
Hearth Rugs
Oddments to clear in Tapestry
Hearth Rugs.
No. 1���48 x 22,   various colors.
Regular 85c; special    -   -   50c
No. 2���60x27; regular $1.95, for
$1.25
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
ADAMS & DEANS
Thoma ���   ri" ks  c implaine I  te
chief of polii     .....,'.
���  i ::   hel I : 88" ~l  '   ;'  "''     '
,.,]  ,,u  the   N "' h  .V m  road in the
hours of tl     morning.    B
could ;i"'   giv.   a g   id   lescri ti
the  han Isup i   in,   iut  -' ite I
......   .   .        .       ard and a fero     iu
look.   Brooks   i      I '���'��� ��ni ab      -
.,. cash, and woul i have given thi    ��� ���
whiskered rraser River Tannery
happened   to havi    :    '   nds        '��� 	
taking awaj      '" '��� '"    '' '   ��� ���
the hlghwaj i     ���     ���       ��� '���'���ls ���'��� '    '
victim and   eade htm a fond fa
Brooks is now   anxious to rem .- ��� - -
qualntences.
At thc
Highest Cash Price Paid
Extra!    Special!
30  DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
$15. OO    Up
Best of Trimminc.     Best of
Workmanship.    Cut to Fit.
M.LANOTRY, Up-to-date Tailor
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
247 Front St.
To accommodate all the guests
win> will visil the city during exhibition time it is desired that all householders preparea te. offer accommodation al reasonable rates will leave
their addresses with Edward Hoult
billeting agenl at the city hall, where
.Ul Information may be obtained.
AI.KX. GARRETT,
Chairman of the Billeting committee.
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ir capital is limit* d, we ci
e good returns,   On the n��w car
locka which are bound to double ;.i
'. dollars invested now will make you opei
one-quarter cash, and balan
the mapB and plans al  our office.
fow   you  whe e   you  can
,��� ..  we   can   sell   you
l���e lu short time.
your eyes Iat ������
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IVIcLEOD, MARK & CO,
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ffte Farm Land Specialists,
New Westminster
Two small siz : fire   ere . safi - a iw
on hand.   A.bl otl &  Hyde, nexl G li-
i ohon  hotel,   agent3  tor  Vict, r    Safe
company.
John Russe'd,  ��� y< uthful appn nl ���
employed In the Archibald Plum   i ;
shop, received i n imi er of bad   mrns
��� the other day while pi tying with s ii- i
: ollne   and   matches.    He    acchlently
spin   Sinn.' of  tii"    liquid    onto   h'.s
clothing an 1 then evolved an Mea   il ���
would see  whether rhe soak'' 1  i loth
would burn,   Striking i match he ai -
,)lilNl j,  t0 :!,.��� saturated parts e.r his
clothing  and  was  quickly convinced
of the result.   He wis seriously   urn-
ed on several pa'rt3 of his body
fore the flames were extinguished and
���> had tn be removed '��� i the h a ill il
tor treatment,    The  boy  was  ���-'���, n
preliminary attention in RyaJVs drus
3 or, ':. Dr. Jonea and Mr. Etyflll
tore bi lng taljen io the hospital. I ���
i . mlng's reporl i wi re' thai  tha bny j
v.!s lin.���rovin.s 3atisfac��SHy, I
What's the use of a savin* your dough
When it might take wings and fly
By flames that would lay your dear home low,
So fire protection you should buy.
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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
Pliohe 62        :-,       Arinitlrong Block, Hen ttelinlnsler. B. f.        ������-���        P. 0- Box 394
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THE DAILY NEW&
FRID/
DAY.
2fc
MUSIC WAS MORE IHAN
IIN SI CODID SIAND
EDISON
Gold-
Moulded
Records
Sad Celestial Tries to Enter
Heaven by Many Routes to
Escape Musical Jingling.
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Paris, Aug. 22.���Tin Si Hu, a Chinaman in Che service of Mme. Va   id( ssi
the (ejiera singer,  wanted  to commll
..nd   he  tried  to  do  it three
tin ���        i   i -   the last fortnight.
ii' first swallowed arsenic, but an
emetic prevented him from dying.
Then he took a large dose of opium.
but again he was thwarted.
He made a third attempl lust night
by throwing himself from the second
floor window of Mme. Varades
flat. Once more his luck was out, for
he fei "ii the cushions of a passing
motor ��� ������.. an I ��� sc tped with only a
slight injury.
He was taken to the police station.
where h. explained why life had become   sm h a burden to him.
"Mme. Varadesse howls too much,"
he sal I. "She howls all day long,
ani I want to die to get oul of it."
Mme, Varadesse expressed sympathy with Tin Si Hu, anel promised
to si i. I  him   back  to China.
Good Investments
in Choice Acreage
 AND	
Handsome Homes
Our List is the largest, most complete ancl up-to-date in this city,
eai
1 Loi  66x132 ft., S. y_ ot ri lane at      ll 0 acn s, less    ri :���      ��� ���'��� -'��� Uway,      F ill sized Lol on 4th St. ai tie < nd
back, 3rd anil Queen's avenue.   Prici     owns! p ri Sec. 11; all   ottom land,   of  Regina  St. between  5th  and t;ri
I   Lots    8��xl32  -.ach,    4lh  avenue,
trei t,    $1200 cash.
grass, suitabli   I i ���  farm;   avenues,  wesl  Bid.   ol 4th St.    Price
���'   acres under-drained, litched   all   $-00;   I    :  casb.
md and fenced around tnd through '    j  Lnb.    ,.,.x].., t.ar,
��� :    5 room house; barn  40x75,
��� :.���  ������, : foi  about i   hea I of
stock     Price $8000;  terms one-third      - HOUSES   on 1 left, Keary Street,
.:...,         ���   .;.:;.,,..,.. one mile SapP^ton; 5 rooms and kitchen, wood
Eloci corner of Fourth avenue and     ' 1; station on new cai
Thirteenth stre...-   88x132 onlj  $800,
splendid  investment.
$1250;  half cash, bal. tl months.
4 ioLs between  Fourth avenue an.i
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24. 25 and
30, close to new  tram line e.xtenri. i
$1200, half casb, half six months.
Lot   20,   block     B   lacing
church, nexl lol to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $650.
MR. J. H.
TODD
has just received a shipment
of the latest Edison Records, of which the following are a number of the
most select ;
Minuet   and   Gavotte from   "Paliacci,"
Edison  Concert  Band
He Never Even Said Good Bye,
Ada Jones
My Dear       -     Reginald Werrenrath
Stnoma,        -     Edison  Venetian Trio
I'm  Tying the  Leaves 60 They  Won't
Come   down,      -    Byron  G. Harlan
Wcrk, For the Night is Coming,
Edison Mixed Quartette
Flanagan and His Money,      S. Porter
Joyce's 71st Regiment Band,
Edison Military Band
Dearest,   Sweetest,   Best, Anthonj -
Ev' ry Little Bit Added to What Yo've
Got Makes Just a Little Bit More,
Collins &  ���'.    lan
He Goes to Church cn Sunday,
Billy Murray
Heather Bells,        -        Albert   Benzli :
She Was a Grand Old Lady.
Hai veyHin 1< . mj i r
Street  Piano Medley,    AugustMolinari
Harrigan, -       -     Edward  Mi i   ���
Miss Dixie, -   Edison Concert Band
So Long, So Long,    -    Arthur Collins
In the Good Old Steamboat Days,
Murry K   Hill
My Word.' What a Let cf It,        Dennj
The  Merry  Lark,
Edii :-i  Symj hony Orchestra
Red Wing,      F, !1. Potter and Chorus
Burying   the  Hatchet.
Ada Joni a and Len Sin,ice;.
Tl v   Srilors'   Chcrus,
Edii in  Male Quarti Ite
School Drys Medley,
E I   on Military B tn I
Fish Drowned the Chinamen.
Cumberland Aug. 22.���A double
drowning occurred in Courtenay river
yesterday by which two Chinamen
one Known as "Baby" and the other
as Mar Chine? Chung, lost their lives.
From what can be learned it appears
they went out to fish in a small skiff
; on the river and after fishing some
time one of the Celestials caught a
biiL'f .'ish. which after a struggle he
wteceeded in bringing to the surface.
In  attempting  to  land   the   fish   the
i sit/iff upset throwing the occupants
ir.to the water, and not being able to
swim, both went to the bottom before
aid  could  reach  the spot.
Tie bodies were later recovered,
and from the position in which they
were found indicates that one tried
to rescue the other, and in doing so
was dragged to the i.ottom by his
compatriot.
Lol   22,   block    B,    between     Mrs.
��� ��� fi  ��� ri and Thomson hi ise, Carnw-
Engli :.   ���  u street; full sizi $160*
160 ACRES about  two  :,. li -   from
'...���.''grieve station.  30   a eared
. i. I partly fenced, goi d  h   :-���.  barn
:.[ stable.    Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to be arrange 1
'i ACRES :������
Lol   le;,   c
an :   Bi iii' ���
roomed   he
kitchen an I I
ed:  ci ti i:. al
he ited bj  pi] ���
15   bearinj
Btock read) te
shed and 4 rooms, kitchen and wood   -
shed.   $1000 each, one-third cash, bal-
an ��� easy.
"���  acres  clean
maining ai ���
from sch
'-,',-  ACRES,  black  loam  lern.I. all   bal. In 6
I :��� ughi I and cleared and dyke l;    X.
1   Lot   il
$800  cash.
��� ell
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south
dinij
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���   $3000; |
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160 acres less right of way about b
acres for railway; 2b acres stumped.
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, iean too 14X2S |    1 ri ACRES, Block ri Lot N'i . 2, Dist
and lean  too 16x22;   barn 30x32 and   Lol  v:  south side of th<   river, near  price $1500  $1000 cash
lean   too 32x14;   g.-anary   10x16;   two     :���:-,���.    ��300;   half cash,
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon
E   ri  Sect, 5.    $75 per acre, one-third
cash, oni  thl  .  I months, < oe-third 6
months. 3 L0Tgi                         ^
7 LOTS, 120x52, fai ing 8th Avenue, cleared, uppei      ���  ���   'th Ava
l  lots  cleared,  Bmall  house,  chicken tween Ist and 2i    Streets, Pr)
house, 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive each.
shed 20x30; smail milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34. lot 9, $1000 each.
27V2 acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, I'i storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring.      Balance
4 LOTS, 2
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,  6th Avenue on south side, \0|
LOTS.    32x13 f, north side between First and Second  37 & 38, full size     Price $1
streets.  No.  5,  6  and  7.    Price $400 four, or $300 eac-       If cash
each or $1100 fi : the three.
St. Andrews.    Price
���    Street    an
$1050; half casb.
1 LOT, full size. Block ri'. Lol 8,
Sub. !���; partly cleared. $200. or $150
cash.
Double   ten�� ti ��� -    ���.. ise, ttj
Full Bized lot, north ride of Ham-  lst an<1 2nd S: I
cash half and hall  ��� ���     nths!
Rents for $ln e
ti LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS: 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN ti. 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
llton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; I2:b.
tu acres % se ction 14, N. '���.
28   acreg  on    Mara   road, Burnaby. 0f Tn. 2, about 3 n   es from btl
$160 an acre    POR    A   FEW    DAYS Hawortb  road, Surrey;   housi
ONLV.   one-quarter cash,  balance  3 1J4 storey housi .a. |
and 2 years at 7 ' j
2 lots on 8th St. between    ath and
other '.', can be <       .  :;5tairs|
shack;  1^4  a< re.     i ired audi
with clover, red; fairly easily e
One  mile  from  shingle mill
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, titix $1,200;,   terms
132; Nos. 9 aud 32.     Price $1000 for months at 7 ri.
both, .half cash, balance easy.
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House and cottage on Colunibia st ,
Blow in Four Smelters.
Grand Forks, B. C. Aug. 22.���A good
supply ol coke enabled the Granby
smelter to Mow in four furnaces yesterday and another two furnaces will
be blown In today. Everything now
points to a continuous run for the.
plant for at least six furnaces as the
coke  blockade has   been  broken.
of    property   easily    cleared.     Price   house i"ents f<"" $25, cottage for $12;
$4,700;      $2500 cash, balance ti   ?:"". eas>' 'eras.
and 12 months.
This property is only y_ mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
120 acres, E 1-4, section
t (ew II-
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
\ FEED & SALE STABLES
j     SWART  TURNOUTS
j GOOD   HORSES
I Phone 250
Eighth Street
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.
ship 9, Maple Ridge, j barn 70x78 ft.. &
1  barn  38x70 ft., 6-room  bouse,    all '.
nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres ;
j under cultivation; balance as pasture, '���!
ea ily   cleared, 2 acres   of   orchard; :.b
good rich bottom land;  2 good wells ri
and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
balance eeasy.
House 30x42, 4th St., between 4th
and ath Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized loi running back to Ash St. Pri e $3,800;
$1,500 cash, balance at $300 jeer year
at 7 per cent.
'2'b2   storey   house,   10  rooms,   .also
Block, corner of Auckland & Mil) 51. and Royal Ave., almosl an acre.
$2,500
miles  fiom city
be-
1C0  acus,
$40 per acre
Two lots on 1Mb  Btreet,
tween 7th and Sth avenues.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, 55%xl66, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue, Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
Full sized lot No   12 on Royl
and 8th  St.   Price $.1050,  hlf
���if  balance at 7 '.   pei annum.
ri      Westerly 4,  il  of 63, Sub,
122x132 corner 1"" feet square
; houses drawing $-���    ���
$5,000, half casi.       mce in 61
nionths.
160 S.K.   W Ol  -'���  '
10 acres,parti)     ���..    I; Kanaka
running throng;
north   of   Webstei       >mer;
: mill and P.O. al the   m sl    f��|
I ber worth $7 per
���i  miles    from    P "    Haney,
$2,100; terms $1,100
ranged.
houses corner or    Merrival    and
Subdivision Of lot 46, block 6, ci m-
prising some of the finest residential
sites In the ri';-' for sale exclui ie
by us.    This  magnificent properl
modern    improvements;  lot   66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with   Agnes;  full sized lot;    city  block ri.
fruit   trees   and   nice    lawn.   Price   lol  li;    one house rents  fi    $25, the f
other $10;   flash  ch   el    and all con- Royal avenue and ce 1
One acre in block 9,
tween 18th and 16th
on 8th Ave. Price \\
l-o cash, bal. easy.
Large  lol  an 1  "���> ' I
lumbia stn et, Sappi *
at $10 each.
(me and . ni ; a I : 'i
full   size  lot,  sil , ���'��� . north
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and  12
iiecteil    with
Price $3,500.  street;  9 roon ���.
I 'I
balanci   in ti, 12 and IS
cold  water, closi t; 1
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New We��tmln��ter. B.C.
months at 7 per cent. Cash $2 000
situated on the comers of Fourth ave-      1   lot No. 24  on 13th.  street south  months at 7 ���,. bearig   fruit  treef
nue,    First      treel    (facing   Queen's  side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.      Lote  ]4  &hd  ]"' (l1   ]  ��* c    <,f    ''   sides-   fine  view     Price H800
7 lots Xos. Sl to 86 and 95, 95 faces j (c[TTfd'}   Pr,.Cfi $500: f''r '!"' tW0' l\2   cash.'
Lot facing 2nd SI , etween j
and 3rd Ave, Becond t froi Q��l
Ave.;    52x122 feet; ���   ' '���'
alongside  and   bai h      P   '    ���'1
half cash, balai ce i
park-  and   Emory  street,  comprising
in  all ten  33x120  foot lots facing on  cn gth ���..,���.,.,... .       .,,,,
First street at $700 (excepting the c< r-
ner lot  facing  Fourth    avenue    an I
Firsl street, '..,���:,] at $1000;; two
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per  lot;   tour lots,   52   1-2x85,  $-50;
i cash, balance 6 mouths at 7 per cent
|4 lots cleared without a stump; small i    Lot ^ 0D Sherbrook .-tret of 11 o
house,   chicken    house,    175    choice  3, cleared.   Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal
chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash.  ance- c months at 7 per cent,
l   1-2  bouse, 6   rooms    e.nd    flush      Six lots, 50x150, ou::-ide city
H   STEWARDSON  tlve lDts- $40��-   Call at our offici  on  closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd   $60 each   lot.
. uv/11   Front street and in   eet plans. street on south side; fruit trees. Price  enquiry.
$1900;   1-2 cash, terms for balance at!
,Vo,  306.���9-ro< med   lue ise,   with   bath 1
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    \W WESTMINSTER
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
roonj, corner oi 6th ai I   Vgnes St.
Price $4,000; ������ . ms '_. casb, bal; -
3 and 6 months at 7
House,   full   sized   lot,   on   iri.
street, Sapperton;   rents ior $ir> per
month.   Only $1,050.
7 per cent.    Size of lol 55x165.
$350 cash, balance on e;   ��� ������ i ms
limits
Fuller   particulars  on
HOUSE and LOT
One lot No. 12 cn Royal AveniJ
third lot from Eighth street, $1,1
for  sale exclusively.
150 acres Imi roved 1
Fl
Centrally located in a commmanding
situation;   Third   avenue, al   foot  of aod s,"'lls '""������ ' '
Lots iti. I? and rii eej' :i 0f 3. Price | Fifth street,   Two and one half-storey n11 l""l(���'' ",;':
Tew rooms (recently papered) can  ,lil!l111"  '
$5C0 for three
117", e ach;  l-L' cash   house.
balance fi months at 7 pet
I  . . sized b,: on Royal
���EMPRESSES*!
N
ew
>Vestmmster s
MU
HOUSE
18,000 /EMPRESS OP BRITAIN 114.500
H. Power I EMPRESS OP IRELAND j     IONS
Particularly low rates from .the
Old Country. Reservations made
hero for all sailings.
Empress of Britain July 26th.
For   particulars  apply
ED. G OFF ET,
C. P. R  Agent.
Westminster Iron Works
G. ".NERAL MACHINE AND iiJVUl.VE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, KKUJue and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WUKK.
Ornamental iron Worn, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence invited.
JOHN REID,
BBQBIEJ KTKK.ET.
New Westmii.:.rir. f. o. 474.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
cent. I All modern conveniences;    hot   and bargain; term
avenue, be-   coI(J   water,  bath,   flush   closet, lava-      Part of lot 309      i '
veen Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-  tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot about   Tu   Ben   .    i
ed, $1,200, $800 cash 06x132, with lane In rear; part of lol Half cash.   .' n
Acreage on Vancouver toad, corner jset ��'" wl,,i fr,it ,n',,H-   Price $2,763.      ��� ,o(s  ���(,  .,,    Vr       $ 170; N'
oi Gilley mad.   $225 per acre.   Acre-  $1'500 cash- balance arranged. (corner)  $175 ' Durbni        Is'
age Is selling fast at thi, price. |    1G0 af,.���s m (h(i S(.o|1 roa(l ^ &^ 6treot3
No. 308.   5-roomed House, with  ban,  cleared;  harn rii x 30;  stables, etc.;    CTFor the  .b-���-   ' "J
^splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000 special price will bi
���    cash, balance easy. chaser.
room,  etc.;   Agnes St.     $2,500;
cash, balance '���', and il mos, at 7
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone    333
Front Street
Telephone
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pjve rooms, hall and pantry, and electric Iii-.ht.   Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.    Price $1800,   favorable terms
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��TEAO   REGULATIONS.
hon trust am i
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
PAL ESTATE and ���INSURANCE
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e Dominion Lands with-
-.   Belt In British Colum-
h imeBteaded by any per-
the sole head of a family,
-   ever ri ; ears of   age, to
:   one-quarter   section of
-   more or less.
:: -���'��� be ma le personally at
��� ���- I   ri. ���  r - tbe district in
in i le sit...
- mesteadei Is req .:re3 to per-
'- Uti ms ��� mne< te i  there-
he following plans:
A.1 ������ isl .   .   ;. mths   resi lence
���    -     ��� I   cultivatl >n of   the land in
ear for three  .ears.
thi  father (or mother, If the
5 i    -���-:-, of the homestead-
��� ���  -     i a farm iu the vicinity
lan I ��� ntei id I r,   the   require-
- '    residence :: ...    e s .'.-tie!
- :.   resi ling    with  the
: .
has  bis i ������:man-
ng lan : own-
;.   he vicinitj    E his home-
'������'���   re ; tirements   a?  to resi-
��� e sa isfle !    by  resi . n :e
31     .      .:i I
sis    .:.'.-' .. '   e in �� i ll ng gbou ;
- ������ ��� '    the   C immlssloner of Do-
 Lands at I itta j a of intention
:' .
��������� lands m u  base 1 at $10
icre fo   soft i ial an 1 J:" for an-
Ite.     Not more than   320 acres
acquired    .   one individual or
in;     R i; alty al the rate of ten
���    ' .     ' po in ri shall be
lected   n the gr iss i il put,
W. W. CORY,
I t the M nister of the In-,
��� ..
v.   !'������"���������!'������" ' 'ien nf
- .-... . ent    will not be paid
for,
In the  Matter   of   the "Trustees   and
Executors  Act."  and  in the Matter
of the Estate of Augustus William
Lundbom. Deceased.
j.      ers ivlng anj claims or de-
thi  ��� it te  ol   \ i- istus
\v   .   ��� |    - of Sum    Ci n-
tre, Bril leceased    are
i fii    v. ith  the un-
:. imi - em I addi
.-,;���.' if their
,:. i the. nal E the securities (If
nn; i  ' theni, dulj verified, on
irei        I        ri.     ol    August,
TIM3ER NOTICES.               ; ner of Timber License i, thence
  south   tu  chains,                   easl   160
TAKE    NOTIC .    thai    Henrj    M. ihains, thence nirtei  10      . as thence
O'i   ano.   of Ne%   Westminster,  B.C. wesi   160 chains    to  point  ol
ati .. timber cruiser, intends t> mencement, and containing 640
applj  foi special   im ���-. licenses ovei more' or less
th-    following   described   lands,   situ- H.  M. O'CONNOR
ati .  In vicinitj    tf Draney and Riv- Augrust ri',. 1907
er.-   inlets,   New   Westminster   Lanl 14. Commencing at  a  posi   planted
Dis      ���   Coasl  District  Range 2, ,"1 chains west of the southwesi  cor-
1  Commencing at a post planted at ner     of     Timber    License     11,509,
-   ithwfsi  corner of Timber Ll- thence south 80 chains, thence west
cense  11,508,  thence west  40 chains, So  chains,    thence  uorth 80  chains.
thence  north  su  chains, thence  east thence  east    80  chains    to point   of
1:'" ehains.  them-.'  south  io chains, commencement,   and containing   640
thence  west  SO  .hains.   thence south acres more or less.
4" .hains to point of commencement. H.  M. O'OONNO...
intaining 640 acres more or less. August 23, 1907,
H. M. O'CONNOR. "���&��� Commencing at  a post  planted
August   23   1907. Ml chains  west   and   40  chains  BOutJ
2, Commencing  at   a   post   planted "f  the  southwesi   corner  of  Tlmbet
I      hains west ot the southwest cor- License 11,509, thence south to chains
nei    : Timbei   License U.50S, thence thence east 160 chains, thence north
eas   ���   chains  thence south 80 chain.- V" chains, then..' wesl  160 chains to
thence west SO chains, thence north Point   of   commencement,   and     contains to point of commencement, j tainlng 640 acres more or loss
and  containing    640   acres   mole  or H.  M   O'CONNOR
August  23, 1907,
H. M. O'CONNOR. 1('. Commencing al   .e   posl   planted
August 2     1907. v" chains west   and  SM chains south
Commencing   at   a   posl   planted "f  ;h>'   southwest   corner  of   dn
.ains wesi of the southwesi cor- License    11,509,     thence    south    SO
nei ol Timber  License 11,508, thence chain:-, thence .-.est  SO .hains. thence
south   SO   chains,     thence     west     SO
chains, thence north SO chain;-, thence
e -��� >0 chains to .��� iinl of commence-
..:: 1 conl  Ining 640 acres more
;  less.
li.  M. O'CONNOR.
���   .'.-'  ... 1907,
ommem ....
at
north SO  chains,    thence    wesl    SO
chains   to   poinl   of    commeni enn nl
.1111    containing    'ri11  acres   more  01
less,
II.  M   O'CONNOR
August  23,  1907.
17. Commencing al  ;i posl   planted
1
.1   posl   planted   SO chains  west   and  SO chains  sour
I ' . iins �� est ���: : he s mthwesl corni : ol Pirn ei Li ���> nsi 11.50S, theni e
s-' chains, thence west su
. hence sou h SO chains, thence
. isl x" chains I 1 point of commence-
:. .' and ��� '���:.' aining 640 a,-res more
Ol   le ss,
ii.  M. O'CONNOR.
A .-.'i-:  23,  1907.
of the southwesi cornei of Timber
Lice use 11,509, thenci' south v
chain-, thence wesl s" chains, theme'
north SO chains, thence easl SOchalmi
in point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less,
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August ri',, 1907.
IS. Commencing .11  a  post planted
160 chains west  and  su chains south
���' immencing     ���   a   posi   planted
hains   nori    of    the  northwest!0* the southwesi   corner ol    Timber
comer   of    Timbei    License     11,508,   License 11,509, thence north 80 chains
thenci   wesi   10 chains, thence south   thence wesi   so chains, thence south
lains,    thence    wesi   10  chains,   s" chains, thence  easl   su  .-hains  to
    south   10  chains, thence easl   l",irtl   '"'  commencement,   and    con-
<0   hains, thence north 120 chains to   tainlng 640 :    ei   ..   e 01   less,
point of commencement,  niel contain- "��� '''   U;   ,^^��'i.
:���:_ -';.. acre, more or less. A,,-"s' -;;-  1;'��"-
11. M   O'CONNOR. 19. Commencing at a  post   planted
August  23,  1907, ri'11 chains wes'   and  su chains south
G. Commencing   ..;   a   posl   planted  ot   ,h''   southwesi   corner ot Timber
100 chains north of   the    northwest   License 11,509, thence south see chains
orner   of    Timber    License   11,508,   ,1"'mv w,,>l   s" chains, thence north
���  chains,  thence south   so chains,    thence aasl  SO chains to
point of commencement, and contain-
more or less.
H, M. O'CONNOR.
; ���    Iiains.    thence    west   40 chains
.   so 1 chains, thence wesl   iu- 640 acn
t 1 oh ilns, :,.;e ��� e n irth 120 chains to
point of commencement, and containing '. 10 acn - more or I.s,.
11. M. O'CONNOR.
August  23, 1907.
Vugusl 23,  1907,
20, Commencing at   a  post   plan e I
240 chains  west  and su chains south
of  the southwest   corner  of  Timber
-
lis
I .
���:
glvi n that afte   I  ���
late  tin  exee ttors wlll procei I I 1
e the    ild ��� state atnongs
.    [tied thi    to  having 1.
, ; .    , .     .. ,:. h tl   :   -;. il
1 have I   i  notii ��� .  an I they will
li        [or the piocei Is ol ;;.-
��� th re if,
nte 1 ;.'   11    pei son of who e cln
��� at the- time of dis-
���
ated I        .; E .1 ily, 1907.
V. W. HOWAY.
.' hn   .  Ki nzii   an i ���'
��� 11.-    ��� I    above
7. Commencing   il   a   posl   planted License 11,509. thence north 80 chains
160  .hain-   north of    the   northwest thence  w st   SO ehains. thence south
cornei   oi    Timber    License    11,508, s" chains,   thence east   SO  chains  te.
thenci   north  -ee  .hains. thence wesl l)oinl of commencement, and contain-
SO  chains,    thence  sou":   SO  chains, ing 640 acres more^or less1.
nce   . .esi     SO   chains     to   point   of H'  M-  O'CONNOR.
commencement,   and    containing 640      August "... ran,.
acres more or less. 21. Commencing  al   a  posl  planted
li. M. ovonxok. 240 chains wesl  nnd sn chains south
August 23, 1907. of  the   southwesi   corner  of  Timber
S. Commencing  at   a   posl   planted License 11,509, thence south SO chains
16i   chains   north   of   the   northwest thence  wesi 80 chnins, thence  north
corner  of    Timher    Lien-,-    11,508, SO ohalns,  thence  easl   SO  chains  to
SO chains,   thence  vast polnl of commencement, and
SO  chains,    thence  south   su  ohalns, ing 640 acres more'
ner oi ��� License 11,509, thence
north,   8 1  . hain -      11      wesl    80
iins, ' hen - - mth y-' < hams, them e
easl SO - bain - oinl of commencement, and containing 640 acres n. re
or loss
H.  M. O'CONNOR
August rii. 1907.
JT. Commencing at a post planted
240 chains west of the southwost corner of Timber License 11,509, thence
north so chain:-, thence cast 80
chains, thence south su chains, thence
wesl 80 ehains to jHiint of commencement, and containing 640 acres more
or less.
H.  M   O'CONNOR
August  2 I,  1907,
28. Commencing al  a  posl   planteed
160 chains north and so chains easl
Ol the northwesl corner of Timher
License 11,508, thence north 80 chains
thence easl 80 chains, thence south
80 ehains. thence west su chains to
polnl of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
11.  M. O'CONNOR
August J;. 1907.
29. Commencing al u posl plan e I
160 chains north and su ehains easl
ol the noi thwesi corner of 'run ��� r
License 11,508, t hence south p> chains
thence' easi 120 1 b tins, thence tt u th
vi . halns thenci wesl 10 1 halns,
thence south 10 ''hain--. thence west.
<0 chains to ilnt of 1 ommenc nn nt,
an i    >   ntainln;    640    acre ��� ,-,
le ss
11.  M. O'CONNi
Augusi   2 :.  1907.
30. C 'mmencing  1 1  .1   posl   planted
12' chain ���  :.��� in 1   1 I chains easl
of  the   northwesl   corner  of   Tim
License I1.50S, th ni ������ south 111 cliains
��� e i- i-i iv' . '..ains, thence noi   1
40 chains, thence west   l6(Lchains to
polnl of commencement, and conl
inu 640 acres more or h'ss.
11.  M   O'CONNOR
Augusi  23,  1907
31. Commencing from a posi planted .et the' southeast corner of Timber
License U.50S, thence north 120
chains, thence easl 60 chains, thence
south hi chains more or loss to shore
of Wesl Arm of Draney's Inlet;
thence southwesterly along Bhore to
polnl of commencement, and 1 >n
tainlng 640 acres mon' or less
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August  23, 1907.
32. Commencing from a peist planted at the northeast corner of Tim er
License 11,509, thence south 10 chains
thence   west    see .iiains,   lh  :;.       south
lu chains, thence easl ri' ehains,
thence  north  80 chains  more -
to shore of West Arm of Draney's Inlet;   thence  westerlj   along  shon     1
point  ol commencement,    and    <
tainlng 640 acres more or loss,
11. M. O'CONNI iR
August  23,  1907.
33. Commencing ���'' un n po il
. .1   10   chains   eas:   of    : h '   noi t'::
corner    of     Timber   Llceus     It      '.
thence south  SO chains, theuce  ���
SO  chains,    thence  ��� ���        s' ��� lains,
more or Ii ss, to shore of Wesl   Vrm
of   Drainey's   Inlel;   theni e west,
along  shore   to  poii    ol   1   mm
meni. and 1 ontainlng '   0 acres m ire
11. M.
INNOR.
\.: . i!'   23,  1D07
Ito
When going east
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THE MORNISG PAPER
TELLS THE NEWS
FIRS!
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
E NO that ai i'ii' ati<
.     . istei   Mai ' trel  It.' 1-
Slmple, 11
s      ;. em The Cor]
...    I      rid   of
.    '.: .  . :.���    Rn isi '..   11
. ;��� if N- vember, A I'
:   tl      certain
..���.- land and pn ni
-   eing ia th ��� I'.e-
,   \   . ?. In the Pi ���'- '
1   ��� . .    t. mo      a
b and di      Ibed as lol 7, suh .
0f -.   thwesi su irter ot Section
���  .-. 11   .:: ���   .
Vou a      ��� ���      of >'** ;l1'' require I
dm of the tax
, .....  v th ���   forty-five days    from
��� .   first   publication  of
.....   .   ,   m you, otherwise l
eglster M trgarel   RobBon, as owner
a fee    And  I hereby direel
Ueation  tor  thirty  days in   a
���   ,.. . ,���.-.��� published    at    New
Westi ilnsl   ���   if this notice' wlll    be
good an   sufficienl service there if
Dated I the I. ad Registry Office,
\- .. -,-,. stmins er, Province of British
, - ��� .,   ia, th - I -'a day of July. AD.,
1 -���:
C, S. KEITH,
District Registrar
T 11 issell and H. Burton,
. ���   ersons s rved witli this notice,
: ilmlng through or under
them,  and  all persons  Claiming any
il  ri the said land by virtue of
sti red   instrument,  and  all
.  ��� -  cl ilmlng anv  interest  in  the
said land by descent, whose title Ifl
.gistered under the provisions of
1   1 Registry Act," shall ii" tor-
evei estopped and debarred from set-
my claim to or In respect ot
: land so sold for taxes as pro-
.  ' -:    ;.   the "Land Registry Act."
th in wi -' SO cliains to polnl of
������- ..in emi nt, and containing 61 1
.  3 mon     :  '.oss.
11. M. O'CONNOR.
\  gust 23, 1907,
or less.
H, M. O'CONNOR
August  23,  1907.
22, Commi ncing at n posl ��� lanted
1 13 chains easl and 20 chains Bouth
of the  louth   'nd of Goose Ba> In Itiv-
Commem ng   al   a   posl   planted   ers  Inlet,    thence    north  SO  chains
. a ilns   nori .1   il    the  uorthw 1 sl
.:       oi    Tin  101     License    11.50S,
... nc '   nori li  > 1  chains,  thence wes
-1,  chains -    -      ml h   s"  chains,
ice east SO cl ains I a polnl m' corn-
nil 1 ontnlnlng 610 acres
ss,
li.  M. O'CONNOR.
', igiut 23,  1907.
10. 1 . mim m lug til .-. posl planted
210 chain 1 orth of the m rthwesl
1 ner o T inber Lelci nse 11.' OS,
11 ������ nortl so ch tins, theni e easi
-" i.:..i",-. tin ice south Ml chaius.
; . ��� 1 e- . esl 10 ch iins to poinl of
,  ni:.,.... '������'- an 1   containing   640
acre s more oi  Ic - .
il.   M.  O'CONNOR.
Augl! :   23,   I!  17
I '..  Co       II n ling   at   a   posl    planti'.I
_.' ��� , h ilns u irth an 1 sii chains wesl
the nor! h\\ -1 coi uer of Timber
Lie e ns.- U.BOS.thence south 80 chains,
thoni e wesl SO chains, thence north
mi chain*, 1 hem 0 easl sn chains to
iolnl - ' ' ommei cement, and con
��� iin,n- -.;ni   icres more' or loss.
li. M. O'CONNOR.
\ icusl 33, 1807.
thence �� esl  80 chains, theni e s ml h,
--'i chains,  thence east  su chains to
point of 11 mmencemonl. and contnln-
Inj, (i pi m,.- es more or less
1!.  M   O'CONitOR
Uigusl Uh.  1907.
23. Commencing al a poal pi 1 ii I
115 1 halns ensl and 20 chalns's mth
of the south en I ol Coi ic >'��� i; In ltl\ ���
ers Inlet, thence south 80 chains,
theni '.��� wesl so chains, theuc ��� nori
so chain-, th mce ''u-t ���"'' ' hain 1
polnl of commem ement, and containing ll 10 acre's more or li - ���
U.  \t   O'CONNOR
August 'ri.;. 1907,
24. Commencing al a -' I' inti I
it:, chnins oast and 20 ch ilns a mth of
the south end ot Goose Ba> In Rivers
Inlet, thence Bouth G4 chain-, thence
wesl 100 chains, thence north 64
chains, thence cast I"" chain; to
poini of commencement, and containing 610 acres more' or l ibs,
ll. m. O'CONNOR.
Augusi 23, ioo?.
���jr.. Commencing al a posl planted
65 chains easl ami 20 chain- south of
the Bouth end 0! Goose Bay.in Riverj
Inlet, thence west 100 chains, thence
12. Commencing al  b posl planted n01��th 80 chains, thenc* ^ast 30 chains
290 chain ; north ami 80 chains wesl m,m, or ieSi3 tn 8hore of Goose Bay;
oi   ih"  no-.thwo-i   corner of Timber, fl^nce southerly, easterly and north'
License 11,nOS.tlience north SO chains, ���a8terly  around shore  of    bay  to a
thence  wost su chains, thenca south 110lut north of post; theuce south sai
sei   chains.   Ihence  east 80   chains to' cllalns more 11V ie8s ,0 polnl Of com-
poinl   of    1 emuieneement,  ami  con- mencement, ajfd containing 640 acfB
tain;-- : 1.' I           mor ��� or less, ,110,-0 0r less.
H. M- O'CONNOR..
A:',::.   ��� An.mi.~t   23,  1907.
18. G                                 '      '���������'   ] ~';- Commencing
..                                 ��� ,;��� 240 '-'-'.ains wesd of
11. M. O'CONNOR,
a  poei   phat.p.l
soul
Re  South  Wesl  quarter ot Sei   on
2S, Township 16,  New    \\< - . li
District    Vli  thai   par   ���    the  9
Easl Quarter >-: said u lyin
the North aud West ot Lol   ri. Gi
2, and all that part of thc N irth E
Quarter of b ild Section lying to I
West   eef   Lol   356,   111.Hip  2.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
A   Ccrtlfli   '    0    I   lefeasble
to   ...   ibovo proper!    will be Issued to
'
\ .   ist, ll    ,    uuu , *
a valid objection I ule to
tne in wrltin on or ]
c 1 a 1 m I n      ������ -       ��� ���      tth
or lu an:      rt thereo
c   s.   KEITH,
ct Ri -I
m in Ofl
\   .   Wes :.,;' ���        '     C, Jul     18
1907.
Tin'   pi   ion 01    iei   m    having In
their ' isto 1.   01   po
lowln rii tl   Deed    ���   itlng to the
pro] eit>  ai������ requi iti 1 to deliver the
same to the undersigned,
Conveyance dated  Dth  May,    1894,
from Thmn ig Graves 12 ��� .son to El
abeth   McQregoi
A   WHEALLER
42 Lome Strei
Ni'w Westminster,  B.C.,
Solicitor for Vnpl 1    1
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pione��r  Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago.   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South    West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
I railroad   in   the   world   that   equal  in
equipment  that of  the  Chicago,  Milwaukee   &  St.  Paul  Railway.     They
��� own  and operate their own sleeping
m.i dining cars on alll their trains and
ejive   their   patrons   an  excellence  of
trviie  not obtainable elsewhere.
It  S ROWE. General Agent.
.1   Third St.. ce-r Alder. Portland, Or.
1   11   .
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nwi-pni V\ PAGE  EIGHT
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAV- AUGUST,
IF
Fine Suburban HOME   LONE PROSPECTOR
:v:<o>r<o:o>>>>>>>>>>>>>:��>;^
8 acres nearly all cleared, fine rich so:'] for gardening; nice comfortable house; good orchard and small fruits; close to two suburban car lines; 1000 feet of waterfrontage; ideal home.   Worth $8000
Price       -       -       $5 SOO
Only $1,000 cash, balance $500 per year.
IS LOST ON LAKE
Abandoned Horses and Outfit Discovered, But No
Trace of Man is Seen.
tWJ.KERR.Ji
Ja:.e- -   Wil    a, a  prospector in the
Cariboo   count-;-,   is   lost   somewhere
around   Horseflj   lake,   without   hoat.  ;���;
��� horses,  pi   visions, tent, food  or any  $
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.  r
$1,OOQ
will buy I60 acres in Maple Ridge municipality. We don't mean $1000 (or the first
payment, but $1000 ALL TOLD.
You can 'double your mime.) w Ihis inside oi 6 months.
accommodation whatever.
Wilson is one of the many lone
prospectors :n ihis part of the country, and had been living for some
time in a cabin near Spanish lake.
About three months ago he informed
some packers who passed his wa)
that he intended t" move in the direction of Quesnei lake in the near
future. This was ;he 1,1st seen of
him.    A   party of men.  jj<assing Wil-
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ca
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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son's cabin a few weeks later, found g
a note pinned on th*. table by a rusty V
|ack-knlfi, Bti ting that the owner hal V;
gone '.:'  to Horsefly lake, and woitfd  >J
.he back in three weeks. As ihe note
w.is at the time drier! six weeks hack,
some of the party, whei: M> rsefly lake
was reached, organized a search, the
result of which was !!;< lin ling 1 I
Wilson's boat, horses an! outfit.
.Nothing was seen of Wilson.and there
was no sign of .his having hern in
the vicinity for several elays past.
The horses were running wild, and
ha'l trampled over the scattered outfit several times. One of the party *
"was left in charge of the horses at J
the lake, while the others continued >;
the search for three days, during
which no trace was seen of the man.
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
KWS HEALERS
STEW PAN WITH EKAMEL LOVER
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���*HlTC  CEREAL   BI'jH
BRYSON
Agents MONARCH RANGES
DAVIDSON'S
CEREAL
STEAM
COOKER
AND	
Vegetable Boiler
Made in "Premier"
and "Colonial" Enamelled Steel Ware
& SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
TO THE RESIDENTS OF
SAPPERTON:
'>���'���   ha.'     1 :   opened   au  up-
to-date
MEAT   STORE
cn  the corner  of Cclumb.a and
Keary   Streets.
Wi   Intend to carry 1 nlj   ��� tu
choici -1   of   MEATS,   POULTRY     and     FRESH     FISH.
promptly di liven d.
Your  patronage   solicited.
J. TRAVERS & CO.,
Cor.  Keary and Columbia Sts.,
SAPPERTON.
School Books
ana
FULL STOCK
AT-
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doora   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face', $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
enue, $7.50 up.
A_*ent for the celebrated South Bend
Watcbes, supplied to tbe Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch   repairing;    charges   reason-1
able. I
217-219 Columbia St.
We Eat to Live
Bul iat (In- s,-:ui.  :ime ii is necessary to know v.ii;    ��.  are eating,
At KENNY'S Cafe
Vou   can   n  .    upon   'GETTING
THE   BEST I VERYTHING.
Vri- have just opened up a nice
lint- of ALUMINUM GOODS,
including���
Preserving Hetties
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc., Etc.
es" These goods are giving
splendid satisfaction, and we
recommend  them.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
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TWO MODERN STEAMSHIPS
FOR NEW ZEALAND RUN
Vancouv< r, Aug. 22.���Two modern
steamships, each of them of eight
thousand tons carrying capacity, are
to lie placed on the run between Vancouver and Xew Zealand ports. A
compan; t< operati this new service
has lu-n formed, and preliminary arrangements will, within a few elays.
have advanced to that stage where the
names oi bh( steamers can be announced.
It is expected by the promoters
that, one < ; the steamships will be
ready to make the initial sailing from
this port some time in October.
During thi past two ..ears rii..
transportation tradi between Vancouver and New Zealand ports has grown
tremendous . and although twe>
sti amei s i -. ��� now on this route it is
fell tbi ��� thi ���< ir ample traffic foi
other ' raft "I even largi r tonnai
than those al presi nl in service. Th
new lini rs will also make calls 1 I
Australian  ports,
WHAT   LOOKS   NICER   THAN
GOOD      TEETH.      PROPERLY
KEPT      IN      ORDER? USE
MUIR'S
Tooth Powder
AND    KEEP    THEM     CLEAN.
T. A. MUIR
The Sale of
FancyLin i
is arousing great interest this wei . The
extraordinary values arc accoun.. -,,,,
this. When you stop to consider that the
prices are from 20 to 50 per cent
regular prices, you will see the advai tage
of buying now. Many women are purchasing these Linens now for suitable gifts
at Christmas.
TENERIFFE   DOYLIES  each   5;,   10c,   25c and 40:.
BATTENBURG   DOYLIES,   each   10c.   15c, 20c  and  35c.
BATTENBURG   TABLE    COVE RS AND SCAR VES. ( I
and $1.00.
DRAWNWORK  DOYLIES, each 10c,     15c. 25c  tc 40c.
DRAWNWORK   CENTRE    PIECES, each 35c. 40c. 50c to $1.00.
DRAWNWORK   TABLE   COVERS,  each 85c. $1.00. $1.25 to $2.00
DRAWNWORK      SIDEBOARD  SCARVES,  each' $1.15. $1.35 to $2.00 I
Boys' Sweaters 75c Each
A new lot of Boys'Wool Sweaters jusi  in timi ,v....
colors navy and cardinal, a;l sizes, each 75c.
New Dress Goods for
School Dress
Among the many new pieces of Dress Goods are sevei
mat designs, suitable foi  K<��'d wearing  Schoo]   Dresses    fo
colors hrown and navy, |*t yap] 35c.
W.S.COLUSTER & Col
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN  THE NEW
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Exile and Death.
St. Petersburg, Aug. 22.���it is n ���
ported thai 274 persons throughout
the Russian empire wen exiled lee
political e tie nsi - during the m mth
of July, and II is officially stated thai
54 Russian officers and 95 priva ��� -
were killed and lhat .17 officers and
���"-' private? were wounded, whih
maintaining ordi l during the sami
month,
! REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY
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I BUSTER   BROWN  BLUE RIBBON
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Nature's
Object
Lesson
SUPPLIES
MOREY'S
Our   Scribblers   and   Exercise   Books  are
Fine
How many In Uns Jifo are like
the butterfly who lives In the
enjoj ments and pleasures of the
present, with no though! of the
morrow, and how few, comparatively, are like the ant which
continually labors, preparing for
thai rainy day or cold weather
which is sure ti) come���
No, the "Butterfly" man is not
a success. It takes a "Hustler"
to get on in the world. Start it
now. We can show you choice
investments in City and Farm
Properties. Now is the time to
start. Buying now will insure
good profits. We can show you
how, by buying right, 'tis easy
to make
Money in Real Estate
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FIRST---Because they find in this shoe all the distinctive characteristics of the high grade shoes worn by their fathers and
mothers.
SECOND---Because the varied selection enables them to choose
a style which pleases them.
THIRD---Because they are made in sizes, widths and shapes that
will fit the foot of any boy or girl and affords them the maximum of comfort, which in turn keeps them pleasant and
happy.
tO URTH--Because they find in this shoe the name dear to
little one's hearts, Buster Brown, friend of every boy and
girl.
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The Reliable Shoe Man.
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