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 |e, Shiles & Co
tU ESTATE
St.
Phone 85
���M|.; 2, NUMBER 175
ESTMINSTER, B. C��� FKIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 19ff
0 fINANCES
m SHAPE
RURAL AND   URBAN.
Two  Sets cf  Questions Necessary and
Fair.
THREE CANDIDATES     i
NOW IN THE EIELD
LIBERAL CONVENTION.
Leader    Macdonald    Issues    Call
Gathering  in Vancouver.
UND REC!
fori
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B. C
NTS PER WEEK
MBERS NEW WESTMINSTER.
fS'sJa
of     the]
|etaryW. H. Keary Pre-
i   ts statement Showing
favorable Balance.
.      ' -      ithorl j.  a.   Macdonald,    leader
'��� "   nothing  to liberal   party  in   provincial    politics
j/n.m ,   'Z ..;; Socialist,   Independent  and [     ������* *���nJ��r
Conservative Aspirants to
IMMENSE ADVAinl^.,
Louis  Hill  Speaks    of    City's    Bright
Prospects to Princeton Man.
bi      high
V, .:.-    me.  | .
Dl
itatemenl   pres* nted
.',. ii. Keary, at. tbe
���The
lifc*"   '
y the board of man-
P   . ( Columbian bospi-
,   .    s office on Wed-
enti ine ���   . ���.,������,, ���,
���      ��� ���    . .
r<-cl
��ne gentleman    onnected    with
lent ren
'-'���' '      ��� ��� ni   set.   ,��
��� "       ���     iral anei city (students
ad on . fair. Tak.
Political Glory.
Vancouver, Aug. 1.���Attorney Geri-
vV. -i   Bowst:. conservative,
bi ,'i. Martin, K. c.  Independent.
Edwin T. Kingsley, socialist.
.       practically no  doubt
: vent.-.ni   of the   party   to   be   held   in
Vancouver  during  fair week  at   New i
Westminster.     This   will   mean   that
the gathering will be held either late !
in September or during the first few j
days of October.
Notice of the call has been sent out
to all the liberal associations in Brit-j
ish  Columbia.    The   Vancouver asso- j
elation  has been  requested to  make
In u. e of a conversation with
; one of the'joading men of Princeton,
Julv, 1907, Beats the Same.B c- il few da>"s ^��- Louis Warren
*" ' : Hill,  president, of  the  G.X.R.,  int.i-
Month   Of   Last   Year   by mated that   oi   all  the  places  which
Fifty-Eight Per Cent.     Ihe had visii-" dU!'ing the cours,i of
���*        �� | his recent trip, New Westminster ap-
| ljea|p(j  to  )-jn_   as  jjjg  cjtj.   Wjt|.   tjje
brightest future, and he suited that
his company would see to it that the
trade of this city was well catered tor
by the G. N. R.   One of Hill's expres-
Lfcyevenim   was by far tbe besl    ���    ai   ���   -���.. f drawing   Thi   whatever that there will be a three-' arrangements for the providing of ac-
1   ��� ...     een   submitted,    ac- latter was i . .    ;,,. curriculum (                            .,
r; .                  embodied In tb< oi ag   before   ���   Wft.
1                , menl  was foi    the - ���'���' "���������������      ��� . hools,   Th.- citj
lune 30,  1907,    11 "' hola , ,- tl nal   advan
$1,496.13 to  ib' ���    mfali   to i xact thi
account  ai  the ' -:: ���   test fi lhi   two.
"As  ' ' 'hi hi rge thai the- examin-
L] year ei    i
wed   '
fail -���'' ������
ta,    ie  - in "I $2,268.16 to th,
Saturday made necessary by the appointment of W. J, Bowser to the at-
tornej gem alship Nomination papers have :���'.'. signed for lhe three
named above, and all are definitely in
the field.
The decision of the socialist party of
Canada to contest the election  is in
commodation
gates.
for the visiting   d< le-
NEW   STEAMSHIP   LINE.
Mail Line Between Australia and British   Columbia   Inaugurated.
An advance of more than 58 per
cent, over the receipts for the month
of July in 1906 is reported from the
land registry office, which proves
more conclusively than anything else
can do the extraordinary growth of
New Westminster imd the number of
purchases of New Westminster property that are being made.
The land registry returns for the
month of July, 11)05, was $757.41, for
./July, 1H00, $110-' and for July of this
year, $1M0. This means that the returns for the present year were eve;
140 per cent, higher than the returns
for 190.") and fully 5S per cent, more
tiu-li the   figures of  1906.      July    is
i                iding fund account, ation question! may bt  in the posses-
-   si               :'iK'n   als"   "''   ���' ,,:'        "'     andidates   prior to   the < annua to coi        tne election is it       Victoria, V. C, Aug. 1.���Two steal
'...,..             egress being madi exai          ���         latter is possiblt accordance   with  the    announcement I ships came from Australia yesterday
.   .      .   ruction of tbt nfinitely improbable.   All  papers    I made that in the event of a candi- j the Manuka of the Canadian-Austra
,,;.���..   bos. tal.    It   Btated   that i;-'   '        i    a oi an examination arc '.'.ate from  any  quarter opposing  the'jian line with 312 passengers, lnclud-1 generally considered to    be    a   slow
:    bi   It ! by F. It. G over, collect* 1 and returned to the depart- election of Hon. Mr. Bowser, the so-] ing many mechanics for   San    Fran-1 montn for :,]1 kmds of u��siness- and
lonate $100 each to ::" nl     Evidence        ws that there has ctalists   would   take  a  hand.    When  cisco,   and   the   steamship   Foreric, i (heTe is every Probability that the re-
jj...         ag fund, and thai tbi been         abusi      Thi   percentagi   ol it  was  definitely   learned    that   Mr.   which came  via San Francisco from  turns wil]  reach *2'000 a  month b���"
['-..v.     .    ���   available    for    the pupils whi              greater in the rural Martin was in the field, the socialist   Newcastle   to   inaugurate     the    new   fore the end ol lhe l'resent >'ear
:;..  omi    ���"   as soon as actual schools  than In thi   urban schools." party of Canada held a meeting and Australian mail line from British Co-
I ���,:   een commenced.    II   was  selected Edwin T. Kingsley as stan-   lumbia  via  San Francisco    to    Aus-
pototed     i-   thai   the  $1000   do- A   specii    meetlnij   of the citj   di- dard bearer.   Whether the decision to  tralia and New Zealand.   The line will
Fader was  available rectors       thi   ;;   A. & I. society wil! enter a candidate was in pursuit of the be essentially   a  freight service,  but
,���>.,������    '    tbi     building    com-' he  held   In  thi   board of trade  room ancienl alliance of conservatives and! if the business   warrants,   passenger
Kit anj ilmi     Tin- report  wenl nexl   'I tesd      evening at  S p. tn. to socialists in  provincial  politics is. of  steamers will be built,
since tbe lasi   meet- receive reporl   from thi   various com- course, a matter of pure conjecture.         Lumber  cargoes   from  British   Co-
wbat
Bions was "We informed the Westminster reporters that we intended to
build a new depot, but we did not tell
them about other plans which we have
in view.    The time is not ripe yet."
Although he did not know it. Mr.
Hill was speaking to a New Westminster man tit the time, and the latter conveyed the information to a
friend in Ibis city in a letter which
reached here yesterday, and ;which
was shown to the News man by the
recipient.
Louis Hill, occampanied by his father. James J. Hill, is due to pay New
Westminster a return visit in about
five weeks time. The Siwashes >re
reported to be extra    busy    weaving
During  the  last   half    year,    there   baskets in anticipation of his exten-
' were 109 births in New Westminster ' sive purchases.
122 deaths,   and   4S   marriages.    The ���	
;:              ,  the  secretary  bad   mitteee     .      . ge of tht   enl i From present indications there will
.:         ���   resentatlves  ��� |  a   taining features foi exhibition   week. ''���'���-��� but ont  public meeting in connec-
Tne   whole   '    gri ,   bo   fai   as   the tion  with  the  campaign,    when    Mr.
elebration  part of the I             on- Martin will, it is reported, devote the
'������nn-,:   will !(  enl ..   -.  rev  ..:������   .nj ur. ater   par;   .-.:   iei.    speech     to     the
: ���   s ibmitted I thi   n   etinj
;��� i al.
inici] alitiee    r i ���-   I ag
Ml to erect i   ni ��  building, and
I.  :.     ���-   ��� .    e,mi   the   move
:,.      id had promised conl
Thi   ��� port was adopted
a is asked to fui a
I ior tb��- new nurses' hom.   and
��� 1 ttagt   at the <���.'!.' lesl
li ���    In order that ten
in      ���     foi an l '-ons': .
... : ���     ���      in   the  m-ar   l e
I-i,.    ��� t  ti udt rs   ft
ll ������   en i   ol   :.    ���
.. .-������    ���     n as     appoint. 1    to
:��� the hospital.
1  iniiiughani    read .. ranged to hart
���   .    - ma It tee tbi
which bi n-
��� m over t; ��� ������ -
Lumber cargoes
lumbia mills for Australia and
general freight can be obtained on
Ptiget sound and at San Francisco will
be taken to the Antipodes, and coal
from Newcastle brought to San Francisco on the return voyageB.
number of births mentioned are only
those which were reported at tbe
registry office. Owing to the absence
of regulations specifying penalties for
Kansas City Police Chief Ousted.
Kansas City, Aug. 1.���Daniel Ahern,
inspector of detectives,    was    made
temporary chief of police to succeed
BORDER BOYS BRING
BASEBALL NINE OVER
Treat To-Night for Faithful
Fans���Silver Strengthens
The Local Team.
INDIAN LONGBOAT
!     MAY RACE AT EAIR
question oi Japanese   and other Oriental immigration which is the chief
: plank of bis platform. Mr, Martin
relieves  that   all has  not   been  done
j that might   have been done to stoj
the  influx  and  he  will elucidate  his
contention that there is a definite way
(.at of t-be difficulty.   He believes that
ihe   provincial   government  can   keep
on  reenacting what is known as the '
3 make   Wingf-Footed     Redskin    Will   Attractions Secured for Next Week at
to n.��r_i   Unncp
neglect to register birth the same as' John Hayes by the board of police
deaths, all the births are not record- j commissioners yesterday. Hayes' term
efl had expired, and no action to remove
The returns from fhe customs de- him was necessary. Charges of the
partment at this place also show a gravest nature have been made
marked advance. A total revenue of j against the police department, and
$15,569.09 was collected in customs*| Gov. Joseph W. Foil,
and other sources curing the motath j reappointment
of July just closed against $8,628.91
for the month of July 1906. An increase during the last year lias been
over ^0 per cent.
STOCK COMPANY.
to prevent the
of   Hayes,   summarily
removed one of the police    commissioners.
COMMISSION DEALS
WITH LOCAL QUESTIONS
i
Be Offered Inducements to
Come Here For Exhibition
Optra House.
H
Marshall    Sin
gtl -:���
Sllvei    ������ lil   lee   st ��� :i   In  ���-.    ���  ���
inJfoi in . : Q ii en'i   pari   this evi ning,
a ��� :.-  .1'     led to at    a thi iw in
ot n   h the    ......        nster 1 as< -
. ommitt! -    ������ -   ball tt am, aftei  bi rin      secured       I
. :  visited the h< nneetion   with  it  t :   month
.. .  feeuiiel - verj -   ago,       i e  game    at
satisfactory condi-  j*
James Cunning tarn iog ��� .       nned i
���   ���   appointi I   :       niton      ��� ��� nging to th -        ���
committee I e> Vancouvi       - lv< e ol the besl
The Brandon stock company, which Rival Roads Demand Decis-
has been dt lighting Vancouver theater
goers   at    the   Dominion   during   this,
the three lead-   week, will be seen in this city next
Contracts signed by
lng  British   Columbia   lacrosse teams  week, arrangements having been made
ion Regarding Switching
Facilities -Delta Interested
e of tne Dominioa
���: nuii :r i'i- ffective.
Conct   b.i.     - candi laturt  an.! bis
chances  of election Mr,  Martiti contents himself with the   assertion that,
-.' j   general  will "Noi  hav.'
the sm thin  - he has."
Hon    Mr    Bowser  professes   I     bi   to take  pari   in the lacrosse  tourna- j through   Irving  Beers  for the  use of j
very ce       enl       election and tc at-   ment  which will be pulled off in the   :!'*' opera house.
;    h  ..:��� ���   if  anv  Importance  to the   city   during  exhibition    week,    were      Although   this company ^
opposi!    :: ��� I Mr, Martin -    M    K   it -   laid before tlle members of the board   come here  under the auspices of the   morning, but little progress was made
,.     ;..    ,.;..  that he bas ucm,   an  of control of the exhibition which was  new management of the opera bouse, ���with  no  blame attacna_nie    to .ne
....     om    i    e held last evening in the mayor's of-'�� is understood that it is a high class commissioners, however.    Applicant*.
Eice. ��� aggregation, and the dramatic critics'.not being ready to proceed is the c^tese-
en  Vanco i.e. and    Bellingham   have- of.fJfJaj'.
Vancouver.  Aug.    1.���The    railway
not   commission resumed its sessions this
...    i tl and his wi - .
account!    foi     ���   ������     secon ilways been
v,, re passed an i   .,
t month oi
: -   ���
��� mi the  wnik
.   month "i June
Ma
I'Mi":    Nun I ���
ii   I,   H
, imittc i
lune I
���: iated     ' i    i
i isplti
erni ���
_! I
a inl       '���   ��� ire        Hi       Is
��� :     hitter,  vi ��� ���     ������ '���     ::��� -  tial
ito tht
.nil: i he I
��� ���   meeting bj Mist       ,. .���.,..  fol       ������  ,    ;       M(:.;
.. superlnten It nl     ,   . ;,      .. ,.,:���. ��� ngth-
: '������lm'"' ��� ; Pa"  ened consi lerablj I      be garni
ian hospita ,,   , ,.   . ,:,       .. -,  ..   and, t a
Ll               dng e [ghl . ill I e all |
men,  I hi   t< am   ��� one i
strong! -    '.. bich I een seen In the
eld                  a
will 111
���      ���    nnl  ��� r
Ith  ne.   . e voices
received  fn m     ,        ,,.          r:i. from tbe little
-      num... r   ol          !               h,, | .        ,-e gotten i
lay,   .bi--     11,      , .                ... igether,
Illi :
.las. Cunning-    . men on tl ''
Hill,    Mrs     p|t( th(     .
'i:i    aim ' ��� y"'  '      '       "
The;   .-      ���   lhal   t vl
Blaint  ������ am will mean  i
hv ARPiv/r^ In f tin   sa i  Bt
bam on All     t 14 nsequeii
will strain everj w   ��� -i:i ("1L
Curley   Lewis   will   hold   down   th ���
center of thc tirei        id will scatte
the   new    tug  curves, drops and spits with his  left
ast winter   on   tbe  In bis besl style, Sid Malcolmson will
has just arrived officiate behind lhe    it and do   the
ii Works, Toronto, I dainty handwork.
With regard to the other team whi
will figure in the tournament, the sec-   been f-':��� k!ua lWnSs   ^'���-���'
retary reported that he had received   Pla>'ers the past     v weeks,
several telegrams from Rev. .1. S.
Henderson who is in the east, to the
effect that he had interviewed the
managemeni  of the Tecumsehs,    the
Iter of Orient     Imi
���iii   got     ii-     Natal   act   thl     - .    thi
lasl  sess Iti   ugh   I      ss at ' - ;
v...i refust I  - ������   '-b- Ht:-. -.   ���      ieu-
tenanl governor.
Xominatl ::-   take  | act     torn
:- lling  I-    :��� Sal it   .���.  " -    li
iving ��� ���;������''      itt ���-  gen-
iteresi   Is   being taken and the shamrocks,   and   the  Cornwails,   and
isiness mi     *-h��n   ap-   an  had expressed  their readiness to
lied i    eared   to     e    m wan   ,.,.,���,.  ,��� l!l(.  coas|   .in(1  play  in .ik.
t the election taki so s    i  \, w Westminster tournament, provld-
S,al     lay, ing the inducements  were mail.   - if-
  ficiently  large.    Mr, Henderson's last
T.ccps Pouring  In. wire Btated that he was of the opinion
[i .- '.   Trooj ���     a ' iut  to that satisfactory arrangements <������ uld
In   city, em]    ���   '"-   '''   be made and thai hi  was sending full
[act that tht       I   i illy de-   particulars by mail.
11      with
them
wl    an    ��� ng more pay because
, .   :    extra work the 3tri     ei tails,
il,
I       w    .    .,
siiortlv
An adjournment ^as made
;,L��W)'e noon to permit of an
examination of ^ Point on DunleyS
avenue, whi re the C, '
in a third track and wii
in  consequence   demands
R. is putting
ie the city
'Uat    the
Ild   do   certain
*>U<
[
Ml
��� ::. Man ha
.   11. Keai ���
���   ARRIVES.
u8 Wii te Ready for Work in
T'-'o Weeks.
LOCaL EMPLOYEtS STILL
STICK TO TtN-HOUR M)
.  r,   B.  i'..  Aug.   1.���
t( a days tin employees of tbi
... Columbia   Electric  Railwaj   com-
1 pany wlll b< working on a ni ��������� - ih   I-
,,   whit h will practically Institute a
-hour day for the men.   This was
i ne of ibe demands of the employees
when the new agreement was drawn
u))| i,,n  tii,   company ,answered
A it 11 gome discussion, C, A.   .'. ��� 1 ;;.
who will leave for thi   east on a
nt ss  trip  within  the  nt xt few
was authorize i to Bign a contri
om   i f the  i' ams  mentl med.
A        eositi m  iu bring tin   Indian
runnt i  Longb iat, and als   B irn . the
well kni wn  Calgarj    long    dist ���
. cer, i i N'ew Westminster to com t ������
with roast raci rs was ali �� discusi   I
and Mr. Welsh was authorized I
terview these parties while easi and
endeavour    to   ai range   for   ra Ing
events?.
Considerable routine business  pertaining to the agricultural pari oi the   Quarrie
exhibition   were transacted  last  evening. Formal notice was received from
The com] any is headed by Ray
Brandon. Miss Jennie Russell and
Miss May Roberts, and during the
course  of   their  seven   days   stay   in   company
this city they  will  put on the follow-   work. t^j
ing plays and others: On the Stroke of       The first   point  taken up the open-'
Ten,  A  Texas Ranger.    The    Parish  ing of  the commission   this morning
Priest and When the Bells Toll. j was the protest of the v.. W, &  V.
Brandon's company is booked for a againsi a little game of freezeout
long engagement at the Dominion, but allegedly played against the v.. W. &
owing tn i' previous booking occupy- ' V. by the B, C. B. R. and the C.P.R.
ing the boards foi next week. Um.J in connection with the switching of
lespian would have Ih en Idle had j cars to the wood pipe works al New
not Irving Beers offered them the  ise   Westminster.
���  which tbe.   in-      Mr. Mai lin. on behalf of the v.. W.
mt liati: ��� a ot pted.   The forma! i pt tting of the i pera bouse under tht new
mam gemt nl  will ta...   place
tne end  i t   August,  win n    m.  ;
: imbi i   vill   Btai  In   ' Merely    Marj
Ann "
that
i.
-
���I.   The workmen
ibi ready for use
I    Of   Week-.
waa laid by the '
' lusl fall, and af-1
ntracl  was cou- j
'iilli',-   and      P.
completed Borne
��� ee wad launched,
���   tho  arrival   Of
il lhe completion
���'    .
 ���
f'*�� ii,."",
r ���
I"
i
Sl  lev   >���
(j       ''    "
V
,"���
I
'.'I.
roo
pin
. ]��� paid by the hour, it  was up to
<���""'' I - entinelai  the men to have the length of the day
arranged   to   suit   themselves.    The;.
& Y.. got an order that "order No, 3'
of the commission applying tei such
connections as this should apply here.
The mattei of charges was lefl indefinite.
Mr. Griffin an I Mr. Reid again ap-
: ��� an l bt fort the board in connection
witli the application of the v.. V. ,\. E.
and   the   ; litj   of Delta  with
H -are!   to   !;:--     '     Ige     of     the     road
along the Fraser In that municipality,
The  municipality    secured    valuable
concessions as regards maintenance of
roadway and culverts, whore the rail-
c'' | road   goes   along  the  highway.    The
'I8 ' matter of the costs of this application
nil)   expected   thai   the  amouni  will. Wiis u>r, wit��� 1n,  lK>:,r<,.
eroughl   up to J62.000.    yesterday:     M|.   McMillan,   on   behalf of the  C.
P. It. asked for a change In an order
made in April, 11)07, regarding a cross-
TKEASL'RER OATHERS IN
NEARLY SIXTY THOUSAND
iie sum ol   $56,4<5   has  been  col-
ected  by City Treasurer N,  ll.  .,.
in  ttixes  it,  date,  and  it
g pince, Silver will be
 w No. 2, Jimmy Lewis ri^^.^  , ,.  ;,:|   ,,,;    .      	
'.���    weeks.
particular,
������ ������!!   id  Ii.   n,
1
1   l(:��"tiii. i,
I  Ca,    '' bl   been purcha.
I
I
anel
en -
shon stop and will handle ai
ihn. comes bis way, Captain Stem .-.
to slaughter .anyone who tries  osteal
third will  llis consent.   In the out-
Held,  Barbaree will  keep the   grass
from grow-in, in lhe lefl patch, hw
bree is slated to catch the highfl er
In.be,,' r, while the right pos do
.. ,, allotti I, bul elthei
or owens will be there
whlzzle"   In    tl''
���;,.. ii, w sheet b is Jusi bei n prepared.
This change will nol affect the New
Westminster employees, according to
:i statement made yesterday by Local
Man.liter McQuarrie, who informed a
News man that, owing to the Inter-
urban  runs  being manned   by   New
Kamloops to the effeel thai a districl   iyas the last day on which the cus-
exhibit would be made from thai sec-   tomary one-3ixth rebate was allowed,
tlon this year.    Those present   were  and during the day over $26, I were  ing of the C P I;  i    Hie V   W & Y
Presldenl T. J Trapp In the chaii. a  taken   In   by   the  treasurer.    Tomor-1 at Fourteenih 'streei, New Westniin-
1   ' '!   :     "   '"     ,:"!- w (; row's in-.il will bring in another batch : ster.    proviBjon was not made for a
in   the   order.     The   chief
will bring tht; amount up to fully $00,-1 engineer ot   the  commission thought
The remaining taxes, $2,000, or,thiat this matter could be covered by
a  brakeman  acting as a  flagman. It
an 1 tin
s cretary, W, H. Keary. i 0f money, which the treasurer expects! watchman
Tradesmen  Furnish   Funds. 1000,    The remaining  taxes, $11,000,  ori
The  city merchants are  responding mon  will come lu al old times during I
heartily to  the   call   for  subscriptions the next  few months, I was   (!()nt,  |.,     Toronto in   connection
by  the  bandsmen, and   the  collectors      Tbe amount  collected In   taxes last. | Wjtn
yesterday took  in quite,   a sum    of year was $59,782, so   that   there   is'
money  from the  different tradesmen, every   prospect  of  a   substantial    in- !
la order to ensure a band concert on crease   in   the     revenue    from     that I
She   has  nol. yel
sent   i��
.roj, |
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��������,
l by
company, and
ing m iti rial to
: Swan   "i bay,
Canfl Id, Pric. oi
when   the    phere
gloaming.
The  Blaine learn  had  noi
,l an,-    i the Playe.   up to    as
night.   The game b  ..-..,.-.'   ���
six o'clock .harp, and do waltln   lo.
I late comer.
Westminster crews, and each    round  Columbia streel every Saturday night, I source this year.
ftun- recently put in. Mr. McMillan, for the C. P. R. contended
that In foggy weather a flagman walking ahead of the train would not b9
sufficient protection. The V., W. ��
,,,,, taking two bourn, it would be Ita- the sum of $40 must be collected The. amount collected does not In-' y, tra|n might be coming at 40 miles
possible, to have a nine hour day. It weekly. Several of the merchants dude arrears or any special taxes for j an hour. There should bo a proper
,..,, ,,, ll(. either an eight hour a day,  separated from $6 an $10 bills iwht n  sewers or other purposes. j SVstem to protect tho cross and the
m.  a  ten   Hour   day,   and,   after  .!���-   the  collectors    called,  although    thei   IV., W. & Y. should be called on to
liberation, the men decided to keep majority gave $1, and promised to Don'l forget the great baseball j stop before running Into the crossing
on working tor ten hours as In thi keep up the donation weekly until the match between Blaine and New West-! Tbe matter was reserved tor oonald-
,,.,,,! end of the season. minster will start at DifSO tonight.        1 eratlon.
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Sunlig
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.  *
Sold by all dealers at 3
Five Cents a Bar
Ladies, Win
$15���or���$10
EASTERBROOK  MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; second, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed���all that is necessary is that the
bread be maeie with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
BRIGHTEN
YOUR HOME
BY USING
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
*'��� Agents for   "KLEENO" -&j
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   Vol'   BANK   WITH
��� Ifte
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Hank deposits.
F. B.  LYLE,   Manager.
VANCOUVER NOW HAS
A STOCK EXCHANGE
C. D. Rand Officially Opens
Western 'Change ��� New
Era in Financial Circles.
Vancouver, Aug. 1.���"To know the
value of money, so borrow, and to
know the value of unlisted stocks for
which there is no prescribe dmarket,
go a-marketing then," said President
C. D. Rand at the official opening of
the first stock exchange in British
Columbia, the first west of Winnipeg,
and with the exception of Spokane,
the first west of Chicago.
As is well known neither Seattle
nor Victoria have an exchange, and
the little party of local financiers who
gathered in the exchange at Pender
and Hornby streets this morning,
opened a new era in financial and industrial British Columbia.
President Rami's address, able and
exhaustive,  dwelt  largely  upon    this,
pointing out ihai much of the industrial   progress  of    Spokane  was   due |
io  British  Columbia.
There was loud cheering anions the
thirty present, members within the
bar and welcome visitors without,
when Air. Rani concluded:
"I now declare the Vancouver Stock
Exchange open for the transaction of
business."
Within the bar sai .1. R. Waghorn,
i.' W. MacLean, Donald Von Cramer,
A. B. Diplock, W. L. Germaine,
Charles .J. Loewen, .1. F. Magutre and
II. E. A Robertson, with C D. Rand at
the president's desk, and John Kendall, secretary,
Clearance
Sale
Men's Suits
Com*
and
Furnishings
SLAVE GIRLS.
Fifteen   Chinese   Women   Rescued   by
Secret Service Agents.
San Francisco, Aug. 1.���In a raid
organized and conducted by United
States secret service agenl Richard B
Taylor, fifteen Chinese slave girls
were captured yesterday and taken to
;he- Alameda County jail. They will be
brought before United States Commissioner Peacock and given an opportunity to show cause why the)
should  not be deported.
Eight of the womfin claimed to be
natives of the United States, and even
saiel that they were married, and were
permitted to land as wives of Chinese'
domiciled in this country. All were
admitted at tins port. Six of them
do nm appear to .'ec more than sixt< i n
years of age.
Quickly j
We have taken all our broken!
lines of Men's Suits and placed!
them by themselves, and now offer!
them to first comers fur just
$8, $9 and
$10
Late callers will get no chance at them, for the Suits will sell       sight,
No old stock���all new spring styles.    In this lot are
Suits we have been selling all season for $12, $15 ond $16
Just think what a bargain these Suits will be for the men who call earlj
enough to get them.    Here is an unusual opportunity.
Boys' 3-piece Suits that sold for 5.50, 6.00, 6.50, 7.00, going at  $3.2!
Men's Felt Hats in gray and brown, worth 2.50, for $1.00
Men's White Shirts, 1.25 and 1.50; to clear at 75c
Several broken lines of Men's Colored Shirts, to clear at  50c
H. L DeB
THE   CLOTHIER
_3-S.
The heal  during the lasl  couple oi'
days   was  Intense    at   many    inland
point.-.    Ninety-three degrees of heat
"ii    Wednesday    ami    >/.iety-six    on.
Tuesday    was
Langley.
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BRIGHT   DAYS
SHOW    UP   THE    BARE   SPOTS
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report"!    from     Porl
HOTEL   GUESTS.
Guichon���D. .'���. Hyslop, Enderby, li,
: Captain Jemmett, Agasslz; K. ('.
Miller, White Hor-". Yukon; \. E.
11'Brien, Vancouver; !.. AI. Ftaym -r I,
Seattle; A. !'. Gillis Tacom 1,
Windsor���Miss Sylvester, W.J. N ir-
man, Regina;   H. Ca::: ia; . C.  Wilcox,
Stettl ir;  G. Prasei
Mi ;_..������,  Winnipeg;
Chiiliwack; ('. li. Levers, Chllliwacl
A. Vai hon, Bov en Islan I: ii. !:< rt ram,
Langley   Prairie;   .1.   Roberts,   Ladner.
Colonial !'. .1. Lumsden, Vancou-
-. -: I-'. ::. Sa ce, Millside; Mrs. .lone-.
Haney; W. J, Burr and wife, H. R.
Pa ! lon, We il min ' er Junction.
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Call and see^our new lines of  FURNITURE.      The best of
woods,   the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,   and
the most reasonable' of prices.
W. E. PALES,
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FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
716 and 713 Columbia St.      Fcur  Floors.       Rear Extension.  Front St.   >J
Vancouver;  A. I-'.   Ijjjggjf&zgifiaZai^^
Alex.    Johnston,	
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
W    !���:.   WALKER,  President ALEX.   LAIRD,   General  Manager,   i
A GENERAL  BANKING!    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every facility  afforded   Farmers fcr  their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed   or taksn   for collection.
BANKING   BY   .MAIL���Deposits   may lie made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���II. It. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A Genera; Hanking Business  Transacted.
Litters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all parts ot the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
an 1 Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over JIGR.ono.noo.OO.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
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Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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590 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
*-Uxrri   Hl"l��u      M��u_.   VA/����t.~ilr,��f-t     H.C   |
H. STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK, NEW WESTMINSTER'
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturera and Deaiers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    1 urned Work,    Etc.'
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Roya! City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
INorthen
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Fun.
"NORTH CnAST LIMITED"!
Electric-lighted train.   Low ll.ij
Quick Time Exeelli nl Serf
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St.
AM) ALL POINTS EASI
Steamshir Ticket.- een   ale toalll
pean point.-.
; Spec.!    Reduced    Rates   Round
Rates   tc   Southern   Californl!
For full informtion call on 11       j
C. E. LANG, General Agent.r
'.: -  Hastings St., Vancouver, B. |
\   I). CHARLTON,
Pe
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"The Milwaukee
"The   Pion'""-   Limited"  St.
Chicago,   "Short   Line"        " *
Chicago,  "South     Wesl
Kansas City to Chicane
No   trains   in   thr   bi  i        :
railroad  in  the   world  l    ���    '::
equipment  that of tier -      "' '
waukee  &  St.   Paul  Railway
nun and operate their own -:'li
and dining curs on alll their bsimj
[give   their   patrons   an   exce
service not obtainable elsewner
H. S. ROWE, General M
|,U Third St.. ror Alele_rJ^""1
Spokane falls & Northern
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. W
Red Mountain Ry. Co. ^
The   only  all   rail   route   ^'rI
points east, west an.l ���out"       1
land, Nelson and intermedia en.
connecting at Spokane w:tn  ���   0_
Northern, Northern Psc In
& N. Co. .  .(.(
Connects at Rossland ��'A'\,n[,.���
idian   Pacific   Railway   tor
Creek points, .. ,,.   (
Connects  at    Meyers    ra
Uagc ''lily for Republic.       ^
Buffet   service   on   tram.
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday.    Nov
1901. _
Leave Day Train
0.20 a.m   ....  Spokane
,..2S p.m Rowland
9-40 a.m ^"jACKSON- JGUS1
,,ccrSJ By-law
TILE DAILY NEWS.
'689,
1907.
,ent By-1^-
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Al ���   Hon of the cit;   ly-
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in the   ll\ islons herein el
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Byl iw   1 889,  Amend-
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:.        ���    J ily, 1907
W   *   ''   VAX. Cit)   '   ���
\i;v  Mayor.
Every STETSON Hat
Bears ilie Stetson Name
ARAB MURDERERS
MASSACRE MANY
HE CAN'T DO IT'
most critical, try as they may, can find
nothing to knock in the
STETSON
We have the Stets< Soft and Derby Hats
in ��� ' e latesl ty] is, in black soft
styles; also ii' nev c ��1 ��rs,
Price;
$4, $5 and $6
11"
Whites Flee For Their Lives
Before Onslaught of Dusky Desert Dwellers.
Tangier, Aug.   1.���i.;:-.   Merall,   who
an ived here lasl - ;.'-    ��� m the G�� rman
te ami :   which    roughl   a  number ol
.lews ,emi refugee - from i lasa  Blanc
' i arer of th       poi I   from the
Frei]       ' '.K-i'.-'i'      '   :, :.     ; !:>-re sh ew,.ii
that   tiie-  slaughter ol   Europeans   in
Casa 1 lam .1 was an oul 1 mie e.r a wai
n   chi i    ..  the Ara  -  for the extermination of Europeans.
On Monday a number of Arab chiefs
��� ntered Casa  Blanca an I    demanded
��� ���   harbor Improvemenl    work
���
The Pasha a Bl mea  polnti I
it   thai   the  work      ere  b< ing  di ni
.   the  sanction       :     the    sultan,
. on the 1 bh   ��� .   elii el 1 hal the
.- ni   was   no longei   - ���   Ir  ruler, as
!&i2��
This is the label that guarantees
I richest fabrics, finest tailoring,
tj newest styles ancl r.nmatch-
aT*  I able values.
It is a good thing to look
for���and a good thing to
find.
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���tars-
It goes in all
Ed"
Suits and Overcoats    ���
Is it in your clothes ?   It should be.
H.   I_.   de BECK
Pi .3 1 II    1    ilir%f*
i!ILLSa  O
The Wardrobe Clothier
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CRAKE IW- C. Chamberlin
I English Watchmaker
Wa doon   from   Cro.  Adams,   Grocer
I- ��� i'K-s  from $12.75 up.
���Mei Silver   Watches,   open
J6.CC.
IWlemei .. .   \\ at hes,  double
.17.50   .
r---' foi ��� ��� ��� ebrated South Bend
r "������ - ed  to   the    Wellman
I        ��� \:i warranted/
I Jewelry, etc.. etc.
I   ' ng;    charges   reason-
W The Jeweler - - Columbia St. *
I  ������   :     :.     :. .
On Tue   Lay 1    rail g the  natl-,
��� :i the Ir ati .e-i. by stoning .-.  Eu   ���
:.. an i when the man tried to flee
was  surrounded   a-1   backed
leci s.   This w is the signal  foi   thi
��� v ral attack,  an I   a    soon  as  the
ecame kn wn, the French an I
-'   inish  reside nl ���  rus bed to their re-
ective consulates for protection.
During this flight at leasl elghl w< n
len I.     M.  Do 1 .������ |1<.    the French
consul, demanded that the Pasha pro-
. le ....    - ������ rl for the recovery of the
edies.     The   Pasl,;;   ; li .1 le I   at    fin ���
bal   he  had no cartridges, but upon
��� ir her represent! tii n hi   finally pro-
.. i< d an escort.
When this rescue party,   however,
��� .ee lie ii  the   scene   of  the   attack,   i;
as   charged by  a  number  of  An 1
cavalrymen an! foi :ed into flight.   In
thi   meantime, when the    Jews    and
stians wen   taking refuge on the
lerman ship, the Mussulmen began I
ttack the other Europeans upon the
larbor   works.     They   fired     on     the
workers, and killed some men. whose
Iii - we re s-;1 se [uently burned.
One wen.an who tried to escape was
shot  in  the water.    The  one German
and one French steamer in the harbi
���  Casa Blanca    when the    German
steamer pulled out were close together.   It  is feared  Case  Blanca  will
���   Invi led by twenty thousand Arabs
today.    Tiie.   French  cruiser  Gallilee.
which  left  here  lasl   night   for Casry
Blan ,,. shoul I . n Ive there to,lay.
LIME   JUICE
25c. a bottle
$1.50 per Gallon
RYALL'S DRUG STORE |
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: Electric Railway Service *
���       ._.... .......,.  ��� ��.
Interurban   Line
Cars, for  Vancouver  and    way
stations  will  run  every half-
hour from f>:,".U a. m. to 11:30
p. m,
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap-
perton and city limits over tin-
city line.
City  Line:     Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes .'.Her and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour.
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at C::_0
a. m.
Sunday Service hait-nouNy between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
X British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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BULLETIN
DINNERWARE!
|J. HEN LEY
U      'ncturer of
I Mineral Waters, Etc.    A
Aerated Waters,
Fa"iily Trade a Specialty.
m 113.
NEW
We  kave just opened up  a crate o
"Arcadia" and Yedd's stock patterns.
If you  require any to complete your
one.  now7"  is the
se#, or want a new-
time.
nice
Office,  Eighth  Street.
Wl ! TMIN8TER,   B.   C.
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I "��!���.. L'_...'.iiI-Iflp._,0��_,..*_jJ!.*.��C.VW_��."��t
V
line of GLASSWARE
just received.
ADAMS & DEANS
Millionaire Wife tD Scribble AgEi'-L
-       Ni w   York,     Aug.     1.���Mrs.     Rose .
Harriet  Pastor Stokes,  wife  of .1. c.
Phelps Stokes, has  decided  to return l
to journalism, and has entered into a'
contracl with Vorwaerts to takecharge
of  that  paper's  "Bairn    tor   Lovers"
�� column.    In  addition she will    write
���   weekly    articles  1 n  socialistic    sn' -
jects, j
i'i. li r the hea 1 1 ��� "Bintel Brief"
or "Bunch of Letters," Vorwaerts has
de veloped its "Advice to the Lovelorn" di partmenl until it is now consult! d bj a large part of the East
Side. With MriS. S-o_.es, who as a poor
girl married a num worth several millions, in charge of this column and
dealing out advice in love affair.-, Vorwaerts hopes tei Increase Its circula-1
tion and influence. Mrs. Stokes first
attracted  notice  some  years  ago  by |
her  article's In  Tag!    ll tt.
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(,.������;.fencer instantly restores
K"i         tandfinishof
Cj'1        1 e, Picture Frames
Floor,     ;���   ,;'v *k,   Hardwood
orenL^1;-'1 polished, varnished
[[ Z?eled surfaces.
tC "';  '   ! redresses every-
5'l touches. Revarnisi
���aniisriir.K is
stajn, 1VV',1"-causes scratches,
pear 1 ��� dlrt instantly disap
Hrface     nE '"' Bmooth�� brillian
farris
mt
is not a varnish, but
tha oiTM��?d that is absorbed by
Hiei.H.i1' " mstantly restoring
nea   ,'''' t0 'ts original bright-
^^���\yx>^~w:yRri-c-
Wtantly.      i8necessary. Dries
S_atittigl!.ted customer writeo
Vri eis'/''?1 fm l,er botlIe'
' lu"is inily 50 cents.
^>��' bo.ties .11 oc. ..oh
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TIDE TABLE    Fraser River
NEW  WESTMINSTER,
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ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
AND RETURN
Tickets on sale Aug. 8,9, 10, .Sept. 11, 12, 13 acct. Jamestown
Exposition.    Return Limit, Ninety Days.
Above rate is from New Westminster; $00 from Seat.Uft,
Same rates apply to Duluth; i roportioneite'.v ;w rates from
Washington and Oregon points Kate to Chit?a8P: $71.60
from New Westminster, $64.00 from Spokane, J7L?�� trom
Seattle. Low rates to Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, .^
n any otUer eastern points
POR A COMFORTABLE TRIP TAKE THE
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
Standard and tourist sleepers, dining cars and Combination
Observations car. Meals in dicing car on the a la carte
plan.   The "FAST MAIL" is another good train.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C,
W, A. ROSS. Assistant  General  Pass.  Agt., Seattle,  Wash.
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 ' TIIE  DAILY   NEWS,
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Ptib-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
..illees,   rorner   of   Sixth   and    front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, lu
cents per line (nonpareil i, 12 lines .o
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cen's jeer line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, ,r,0c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. .No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cent8.
WINDSOR SALT is made in
Canada. Coil* no more than the
cheap imported salt -and h much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
194 W
;: ite, was also beard by Judge Cane
. es terday, and an order was made
awarding judgment with costs.
TELEPHONES.
Dav  Office   	
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 2,
1907.
THE SMUT MACHINE.
I |There is an old rid lie. Why eloos
a donkey eat thistles? th" answer to
which is. Because he is an ass. This
is evidently Imperfect, Hi' may like
thistles because he Is an ass. inn he
eats tli' in because he likes them,
This analysis of aa ancient rhenium Suggested Itself as we pondered
lh.. question why the McBride organ
in New Westminster persisted in turning itself into a smul machine, li
mast he, wo presume, because it likes1
that sort uf thin:;. Why il likes il is
another question, and one upon which
we shall noi enter jusi  now.
Now and again, the. organ makes an
amusing "break."    One of these occurred quite recently when \\  copied j
from  one  Its co-laborers in  the  Tory'
vineyard   an   article   which,  while  it
abused   the   Liberals,   admitted   thai
they  w��'ic certain  to carry    the next
Dominion election.   Such an admission
as   that���au  admission     by    a     Tory;
paper thai   the Liberals are strong in
popular support���does    the    organ's
cause  more injury  thai   it can  offset
by columns of the    partlzan    "smut-
machine" outpul  which ii  prints.
By the way. could nol the organ Introduce a little variety by giving the
public senile comment on the outcome
of thai $37,000 Green-World libel
suit? There arc ,a number of points
on which such a stickler for the
white-robed purity of public men
mighl "spread Itself" su to speak;
and then we know that ii is an
authority een libel suits.
EASTERN   SYMPATHY.
Mr. Macpherson, M. I'., says the
astern papers have' heaped abuse upon ioiii on account of his activity in
the matter of the recetit influx of
Japanese laborers. He excepted the
Globe, which strongly sympathises
with the position in which British Columbia finds herself, ami he might
have made other exceptions. For example, the Presbyterian (Toronto)
which looks at public matters from
an entirely non-partlzan point of
view, says:
'The people of British Columbia in
general are genuinely disturbed al the
prospect of an excessive Immigration
from Japan as from othe r Oriental
countries. Until recently the Japanese
government restrict''I the emigration
of their subjects to Canada by refusing to issue passports. Now tliat
restriction is removed Thi' Dominion
government, for imperial reasons' disallowed the provincial legislation Intended to act as a barrier againsi a
Japanese invasion, and British Columbia, in ihe meantime is helpless,
Everyone desires to '... m good terms
with lhi' Japanese nation, inn an uii-
resl ricted Immigral I ���;-. Is a diffei enl
question and  a   ve -.. Icull   one  to
handle."
The' language Is m id r iti. bul one
can easily si',' where the writer's
sympathies lie, and the protest against
"unrestricted Immigration" is all the
stronger because the difficulties In the
way of adjusting the conflicting Interests are recognize I.
One of the most attractive adver islng displays have hav,' been seen In
New Westminster for some time is
'now on view in J. A, Lee's win 1 >W.
The features of the display .are the
handsome chairs, sideboards, china
cabinets, and a table spread .ind set
with beautiful dishes and cutlery. The
dinner service was furnished by
Messrs. Adams & Deans, grocers, to
make the display more effective.
Among     other     beautiful     pieces     of
household equipment noticed    In   the
whitlow is the tall clock which was re-
I cently Imported.
Secretary W. H. Keary, of the Royal
Columbian  hospital,   received  a   note
j yesterday from J. J. Cambridge, accompanied by a check for $0.10 which
; the writer stated was half of the
gross proceeds from    the    Inter-city
j lawyers   and   civil   servants     baseball
��� match which was played at Queen's
park last Saturday.    It. had  been  ar-
1 ranged that the proceeds should be
divided between the Royal Columbian
and St. .Mary's hospital.
Always in stock, full line of American
and Swiss made Watches, in Gold,
Silver,   Gold   Filled  and   Gun   Metal.
WATCH  REPAIRING
WE WERE NEVER BETTER PREPARED TO HANDLE WATCH
AND CLOCK REPAIRS THAN AT PRESENT. EVERY WATCH
A TIMEPIECE WHETHER SOLD OR REPAIRED BY    .....
HORACE DORE
GOLDSMITH SILVERSMITH DIAMOND   MERCHANT
Columbia Street, Next Tram Office.
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, B 20S.
British Columbia Telephone Co., ltd. THERE ARE ONLY A FE
Supplementary List, August 1, 1907
NEW    WESTMINSTER
Judgment is Reserved,
llis Honor Judge Cane reserved
judgmenl after hearing the evidence
in the case of Belyea ..v. company vs.
the Calgary Milling company in the
county coun yesterday. The plaintiff
claimed $95.20 for alleged non-pay-
ini'iit of .accounts for draying, !���'. W.
Howay and J. P. II. Bole appeared
for the plaintiff, and VV. II. D, Ladner, of Vanoouver, acted for the defendant company I*. F. Newell, Vancouver agent fur the company, appeared on behalf of his firm, The
casi' of the Chiiliwack Lumber com-
,fanj against Hummer, of Chiiliwack.
to force the paj mi nl of a promisory
229 BEATTY,  MRS. G Res,   Sl \   nl I   -:'
A233 BOWELL, J. P    Res.   Eighth   S
A312 CHEYNE, R. H Res. C irnarvon Sl
A113 COATHAM. w. C Res. Ninth St.
A183 CAMERON, J Res,   Sappe
B29 CRAKE.  M .' Res, Third   Wi
B189 DYNES, C. H Grocer,  Sapperton
330  HOLBROOK   HOTEL       Fronl   SI
B238 HALLIDAY, A. P Res.  Eighth St.
A165  INDEPENDENT   SHINGLE   MILL     Fronl    St.
B326 MACGOWAN, D.  H Res. Third Ave
B179 MAGEE, F.  A Res. Twelfth St,
308 MURRAY BROS Real  Esl ��� ���    .'!��� - bii   SI
A268 PHILLIPS. MRS. J. E Res. Que ms Ave.
B262 TRETHEWAY,  R. A Res Ave.
B312   TAIT. C. W Res. Col mibia St.
336 HOLMES, DR Columbia St.
Subscribers kindly cut out this lis1 ai I     iste It li     o ir T il   ��� one Directory book, as this will be the only of notice.
LflT Of THE
30 acres of level land with L320 foot waterfr ntage.J
1 mile from the bridge, on the Great Northern Rauwaf
Price, $8 per foot
OX EASY TERMS.
Hale &  Lars*
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTl
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Phone   3 35 P. O. Box
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ABOUT THE -NAILING" OF "LIES."
We i I not    detail   iho   circumstances which  led  io  the libel    suit,
Preen vs. The Wor; |, vvhich ins just
'i   a de elded iu favor of the defend-
in! ii' v .paper with costs, bul we wish
to im ei   ,e tention to exi racts from the
'     ori   e.t   th.'  ju. go's   ell irge   to  tin
iury, a.a publl lied      tin  News-Advertiser:
".Ur. Green  musl  either have  been
very  Innocent,  or  he  must have.' accepted th   offer ivith tha hope of some i
ultimate  ben 'fit, *    *    i h. '
b "I given th;;    ��� ,.      Lo  \, ,CKa.\   and
there  ��:>,.  ,,,, evidence to show  thai
'���    1"    ������ uol still in MacKn r's posi   -
'���'On *   *   'If you find,' add- :
n   I j   Ige, 'I .in   ninety-nine
parts  ol  ��� he ai ;- '.    a       rue an I on
il       ��� , nnl a vei -
did  foi   thi   |il iinl ,' i '     noi  .   .
d on i...
Mai ,i   the e -..���..      direction   to  I In
jury  to find  :. ;ain; lefi mlaiii   ii
one  pai t   in  a   liundi i ei   u   poor one
per cen    of th ut il published
el     '. ���   '.    ���..��� i \\: ll,
Ihe J tl      ;   ' udanl and
in ihi  opinion of fhe,
jury,  then fore,  Ihe   itoi j   as  told  by
the World  ivas true.
Now If anyone will i urn bacl. to
Lhe files of tl     Co   mbian  e.r  ihosi
ile> ��� . rds 1 h" i 11 I   .i;' .lau.iai       11   i
he Vi      ��� ��� i -        -. ;���:   tin   |ur;    ,   m
eclii        . en all
true, thi McUi i le irg in hotly de-
iioiiiie . 'I as "lies," N'ol un Li k< "i
infaii .n.i renc ��� 01 anj thing of thai
sort, bul "lies." Furthermore it
printed ci rtain statements sal I to
have b( eai w ri111 n i iken or tele-
aphed by Mr. Green and Mr. Mo-
Bride, and shouted furiously thai by
i lv ' state :.;��� ati tht' "lii s" were
"n tile I,"
Now i he jury, after hearing all Lhe
evidi iu e. declai es thai theae "lies"
were nol lie's but the truth) rati
where does tie.' loc il organ gel ofl
at'.' Prof ��� ��� lng to be In the confidence
of the government, ll vei ently assured tli- electors ih it these stories
about the $37,000 woi Hi of bonds lie-
in ! off red to a member of Lhe governmenl by a company seeking con-
e -'iins from it, and being pa se;l on
by that member to a clerk In his de-
;. irl ment, wei e "lies," Judge and Jury
eay the stories were not lies but the
truth, The organ did nol say "sus-
iie'iui judgment��� wall for proof," ll
simply Bhouted "lies   lies."
a nil there Is a standar I by which
anyone can measure the veracity and
I ��� usi woi thlness of tl      ild organ,
RIGHT THIS WAY
EVERYBODY
EORTHE |jEST SHOES
For the Balance
of the Week Our
Sale of
LADIES' and GENTS'
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on   6th  St. car line       -        -        -       $300 each
Corner lots 9lh St. bet. 3rd & 4th Av. 500    "
Inside lots between 3rd & 4th Av. 400
Lot on Agnes street 66x132        -        -       $1000
Several of these lots near the Vancouver car line
$175 each,   $25 cash,   balance $10 per month.
Better terms it you  take more than one.
. P. PEEBLES H
% 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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^iwrcrasTO'rsMMsss^ nrarxsKafnnBSE'ESflc&m^
WILL CONTINUE. We have placed on tables all the lini s we
are offering, and on every pair we have cut the price almosl in
two. Il will pay you to investigate. HERE'S A SAMPLE
OF WHAT WE ARE DOING:
Men's Black Vici, Goodyear Welt Oxfords, $4.50 lines Cor $3.00
"     Russia Calf and Chocolate Kid Oxfords. $5.00 lines for  3.75
"     Box ('all' and Dongola Oxfords, regular $2.50 lines for   1.75
Ladies' Patent Leather Oxfords, our $4.50 kind for   2.75
Black Vici Kid and Chocolate Oxfords, our $2.75 kind, for     1.95
Goodyear Welt Oxfords, our best makes of $4.50 Shoes, for .... 2.75
See the assortment of Ladies' Oxfords which we are selling- for $1.00 a pair
DON'T OVERLOOK THIS GREAT
SHOE EVENT!
.ooc
On<
House on 7th Avenue, near ith street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light.   Nice lot, stable and chiel
rv.ii.    Price $l<   0,   favorable tern; .
DOMINION TRi 'ST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSUR.    '   |
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JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE
STILL MORE BARGAINS li
Ladies' and Children's
lleady-to-Wear
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
HOUSE  Lid. ITHE WHIT�� HOU5I
A. J.
275 Columbia Street uST-
TIIE   DAILY   XEWS.
HE CASH
[BUY
At Half Price
lunimer Stocks are being rapidly cleared out.   We
never did and never will carry ever goods.
leases of New Goods are in. 100 more will arrive
in a few days.   Plenty of selling space will
be required.
Come Now, Buy and Benefit
[[ETAIN MUSLINS
Wii ite Swiss, in a variety of patterns, 46 to
35c and 40c per yard	
'I'-y Curtain Rods, 2 for 25c, or	
inches wide, regular
 HALF PRICE
 HALF PRICE
ffiSS NET CURTAINS
$5.00 ones for $2.50.
nr:; pairs ot a pattern.
Ki ones for $5.00, or . .
$7.50 ones fur $3.50.
 HALF PRICE
ETTY
DRESS MUSLINS
balance of 20c and loc
Small patterns in blue and pi:
now for 10c and 7 l-2c. or ...
lines.   Choice
HALF PRICE
1 PAMS LS
:' -Vet goods, in standard shades, some chiffon and niching trimmed,
ial $3.50, for $1.75. $ 1.50 for $125, $6.50 for $8.25, $10 for $5.00,
or    HALF PRICE
)RESS  SKIRTS
t Shadow Plaids, in worsted or tweed, pleated and finished with
buttons and self-strapping, isual $4.50 for $2.25, or.. ..HALF PRICE
INDIES' UNDERWEAR
S itable for hot day;-, in bleached oi
' :' LOc and 5c ones 2 for 5c, or ���
.COTTON HOSE
Ribbed and plain, odd lines, odd
  	
unbleached,sizes 3 and 4, 20c ones
 HALF PRICE
'.--,   US Icil
25c
lines, now
nants of Cim
v   eens, all 	
lams
.'.: islins
Di
[lollaiK
2 for 25c
HALF PRICE
Flannelette and
HALF PRICE
Table
5 Cases of Samples, consisting ot tapestry,
Covers, Fancy Linens Boys' W,ish Blouses, Lace
Ties, Collars, Fancy Slips and Tops for Cushions,
Gloves, Hosiery, Towels, Curtain Ends, Silk and Moreen Underskirts, Wash Skirts. Infants'
Dresses, bought at usual discount for samples ar
always find ready sale at SMITH S.
and
ind
fene Early To-Morrow^TheBest Snaps
First to Sell
During August Store
Closes at 5 p. vn.	
267-271 Columbia Stei,
New Westminster, B, E
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Miss Mabel Wells returned borne A. Vache.n an I family, of Yancou-
Wednesday, ifter visiting friends in ver, are spending the summer atthelr
Bellingham for several days. ; holiday   residence on Bowen island.
Miss Sadie Kaumltz, of San Fran- Tonight the West Enl Methodist
cisco,    ii    spending    a    few    weeks trolley  party  to  Stanley  Park  takes
with Mrs. IJennett, of Agnes street.
For all kinds of cut flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
W.  i;   McQuarrie    left    yesterday
evening for his summer residence,
where he will spend a few days camping.
-Mis* Ethel Beers, a sister of Irving
place. The special car leaves the
city at twenty minutes after seven
o'clock.
Mrs. J. Duncan, of Thamesville,
Ont., who has heen visiting Mrs.(Rev.i
J. S. Henderson at the manse for the
past two weeks, returned home yesterday morning.
St.  George   E.  Jeffrey,   late  of  the
Beers, arrived yesterday from  Char-   Columbian staff and  who    was    also
weeks' connected with the Daily News, left
yesterday for Barnet where he will
take up his new duties as fire warden.
Uotttetown,  P.   E. I., on a  two
visit tu her brother.
Max Leiser,   if the firm of Pither
and Leiser, of Victoria, who has just |
returned from a trip to Dawson, paid
the citj  a  visil   yesterdaj   afternoon.
A. F. McRae representing the Canadian Scotsman, a fortnightly publication issued In Lhe Interest of Scotchmen throughout the  Dominion, is at
���''������' ; '������-  present   visiting   the city, a guest .it
the' Windsor hotel.
Good
I'-i-air- to the C. P. R. wharf. A
number of new piles are being driven,
and  ��� ii   sleepei - an I  plan!;.- are all
He''.V.
The management of both the New
Westminster lacrosse club and tho
Maple Leal lacrosse club have no-
Mr. Travis, , i ml arrival from titled the entertainment committee :-l
Winnipeg, yesterday commenced build- the exhibition thai they will he wining a store at the corner of Keary and | j.ng to play their October scheduled
Colum la streets, Sa erton, where heimatch prior to the first of October,
intend, to conduct a butcher shop. tn order not to have it clash with tha
He expects to be cutting beef within lacrosse I lurnament which is now l.e
the next  couple of months. ' ing arranged for exhibition week.
George Bones, a victim of the op- The cricket match between the
pressive heat, made a raid on several bachelors and the benedicts which
i refreshment parlors yesterday after- was scheduled to take place on the
noon in a brave attempt, to quench an oval al Queen's park tomorrow after-
awful thirst. The police finally took I noon has 'ieen postponed until Aug.
pity on  him  and  placed him  in the! 17, the postponement being necessary
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED���Waitress,   apply
restaurant.
WANTED���!" boys to work ai the
glass works.   Apply at works.       ii
WANTED���Position in real estate office by good hustler. Apply a. o.
P. O. Box 693.
FOUND���Collie dog I young) ft-'th
Vancouver license tag fastened lo
collar. Owner can have saw by
paying expenses. Box G. Daily News.
LOST���Ladies Brooch, between Lytton hotel and tram office. Finder
please return to Lytton hotel and
receive reward.
WANTED���A clerk in a law office,
must have had experience in business, preferably legal business. Address, stating salary expected and
giving* references. D. S. Daily-
News office, New Westminster.
WANTED���By middle aged business
Englishman, occupation in any position of trust, with business ability,
moderate salary, highest references
New Westminster or Vancouver. Reply Box A. Daily News.
6-romej house on Eighth street, between Third anel Fourth avenue, newly painted, and papered, to be sold
Immediately, a bargain at f 1500, half
cash. Apply McQuarrie & Co., Front
streel
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY���We furnish help of all kinds, farm, bush,
saw mill, railroad labor, hotel help,
etc., etc. male or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Employment Agcy.
506 Cordova street west Vancouver.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive-
ly in timber. Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. S.. R. Chandler,
4U7   Hastings   St.,  Vancouver.  B.C
cooler,   whence   he   will   emerge   this
| ��� morning to show ce/.se why he should
not  le.-  fined  for  having been drunk
anil incapable.
A message was received at the
provincial police office yesterday
morn;:..: ;���> -'eli- effect lieu: an Indian
employed at the St. Mungo cannery
''.own the river ba i gone insane, and
Jthey we re asked t i take the man in
chargi iIhlef <lonstable Spain notified the officials of Delia municipality of the matter, md it is probable
thai the unfortunal ��� Indian will be
committed to  the asylum  from  Lad-
Secreiary  1. W.  Wilks, of the Kelowna Agricultural  and  industrial as-
on    ..-���.. ritten   Mayor  Keary,
er  el ' ." New Westminster pro-
,.    lal   exhi  It I ...  to the  effect  that
��� .    Kelowna i'.ii:- will be held on the
24th  ar, 1  25th nf September,  Instead
: lu the itei! an I 20th, as had been
rronously published.    Mr. Wilks also
informed Manager W.  li. Keary, that
!<��� lowna was arranging to .-''nil a dis-
exhibii    t i    New    Westminster
again this fall.
The  ie.  :.    ��� '   thi    railwa)   com-
. issl ea.  i: '-'���   -i'iin-    in  Vancouver,
��� , a   special tram  yesterday  after-
n   ni  inr ihe pui pi se of paying New
Westminsi  .   a  visit,  but  by the' -ime
on account of the fact that, through
early arrangements, the baseball team
secured priority for the use of thn
grounds.
TENDERS WANTED
At Queen's park 5:30 tonight,
greatest baseball game of the season,
New Westminster >r--us Blaine.
Thomas Gifford, M. !'. 1'., has
vacated tic premises iu the Holmes
block which he has occupied for so
many years, and last evening moved
his jewelry stock into the premises
which have been used for some time
by T. H. Smith for his milliuary department. It is understood that ihe
in ingement is only temporary, pending Mr. Clifford's success in securing
suita eh' permanent quarters.
Sealed temlers will be received by
""' the undersigned up to 6 p. m. of August 1.'. 11107, for the purchase of the
following machinery:
1 medium speed Doty engine center crank, 150 h. p. driving wheel, 10
feet ilia. _!'i inches face, with Feed-
water heater, complete, in good running order.
1 clutch pulley Ptj in. x IG in. face
4 7-8 bore.
1 clutch pulley ,"G in. x '. 1 in. face
I T-^ bore.
1 wrought iron rim, split, 54 in. x
1:.  in. face 4 7-8  I ore.
is assisting in maturing the plans for
the organization of what will be
known a- '.hi' li. C, Fire Chief's and
Firemen's association at Nelson next
month. In speaking last night nf the
proposal tn form a B. ('. association.
Chief Watseea stated thai the aims eet
the Pacific Coast Fire Chief's association, of which he is a member, were
somewhat different from those eef flre-
men in this province, as it took in
the entire' Pacific coast, embracing
volant ee".- fir.' brigades, etc A proposal to organize a purely provincial
association had moi wiih general
I Ban   something  favor,  and  a  meeting    hei    alreadj
iad induced    them   to change'   their   ' n called for September 15, iu Nei-j
minds, :���:.'.  the  trip  was abandoned   - "��� ''"" -h ' '���"'''.-'���"���' "��� organizing.
:' ir the' daj.   Tb    -, ecial returned to  "
Vancouver abou    six "'clock.    It     is
le  thai    the  i ommission    will
. .   ...   :   ���   : ..   or  tomoi i e.-.v.
���j LOO light D. C. incandescent dyna-
(",,;��� ; Watson of the fire department   mos. UO volts.
Machinery can be -eai m llghl   :.i-
lon, Tenth street, New Westminst ������-.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall. New Westminster,   July
11, 1907.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it  is  necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You can rely upon Getting the
Best of EVERYTHING.
.V .\   all  ;.   i fans I irn  up tonight
:. j out   bu Inreds,    and    chi i .    New
uinsi     . ���   :    i   ��� erj In the gr< il
el all  :   itch  Ne i.   Westminsi  r vs.
Blaine.
That V. ������- i .: iter     ���  iei tj contlnu a
. appi al to the eastern Investor is
evldenl   fi mi   th     ...     thai   fn quent
des ari  ' ��� Ing made. During the past
e."..  weeks, si veral   residences   have
sold   to   new   arrival-   from   the
, a ���.. an |    ' sterda;   P,  W,    Han:    ���<��
.        stern Sas catchi wan, saunte od   EVENING,
Only 2 More Days'
Fun! Fun!
from
- ON -
STEVENS'
CABINETS
Mmy-Go - Round Roya| Studio
Corner ol   Eighth Street I
anil Ague's.
LADIES! Don't Eorget SATURDAY
$1
lul , ,i i cai re il esl ite   iffli e an I m-
nuire i   ti        ill   rancheB,    After  b -
i. , . .   . o| ertli a  i lo n   I
the ' it. . In iii I I u 'ii a .. .r' i:.
. an i luvi ������' I ?10,000, Mr. Muir
ha . returm d to 9 isle ttch< wan, iu
( m return to New Westminster in
th autumn and o< cupy his new hoaa
Ths deal was male through the Office of W. .1. Kerr.
i'lt'ty dollars and casts was the fine
Imposed on the proprietor of the' Cosmopolitan hotel In the police court
yesterday morning, A supposed spotter. John M. Allan, of Sapperton, gave'
evidence to the effect that lie had
been berved with drinks at that hotel
an.l after hearing a number of witness. 'S, the magistrate imposed a fine
as al ove, this being the iecond offense of this nature charged againsi
the Cosiueipolit.il!. The case against
the Depot and the Central hotels will
be heard this morning. Both hotel-
men hive ple i led not guilty, and a
number of witnesses hav.' been sa -
pi.e-.rieii to api ear and give evideni e.
It is undrstood thai some of the ho-
tel3 will api eai from the eie'cisi..:- . [
th i magistrate.
CASH
AIDERS
LIZES offered for the BEST
(Under entirely new management)
CUNNINGHAM BLOCK
An Elegant Home
We have for sale a 2-storey
8-room House, entirely new,
with all modern conveniences;
clothes closets in all bedrooms,
and Al bathroom; cement
foundation and retaining wall.
This property is situated in the
best part of the town. Call
and see us for price and terms
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists," New Westminster
IHMIIi THE DAILY NEWS.
'f*$^Kt+$��rif#^
HOME SWEET HOME"
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WHEN the wife���tired of sewing made easy
by use of  the  Singer Sewing Machine
bought at J. H. TODD'S-wants to entertain her husband, she brings out the
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Valuable Proper
All over the city for sale on easy terms. Acreage on the
proposed B. C. E. R. route to Chiiliwack. Lots on the
proposed new route to Vancouver. Houses in every
district.        Farms throughout the Fraser River valley.
PHONOGRAPH
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chooses   the   selections   he   enjoys,  and
prepares  to spend a pleasant evening.
Two acres in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
OVER 6,000 RECORDS TO CHOOSE FROM
1 J. H. TODD'S
NEW WESTMINSTER'S
MUSIC HOUSE
SINGER and WHEELER <��: WILSON   SEWING   MACHINES.
���;*oy*yy*r
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ONE OF THE
GREATEST DEMONSTRATIONS
IS NOW GOING ON OF
DURKUS SALIO DRESSING
By Miss Williams.
Receipe Book given away FREE, at
The Public Supply Stores
GEORGE ADAMS, Prop.
New Stock Patterns
- OF
JUST OPENED
 AT	
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA,
suitable fur wedding gifts.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  ANO   FASTEST^
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AND i_.'I\UINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHINU, iJKiJJUiij and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WUKK.
Ornamental Iron Wont, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in'
.'Ited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BTKHUUT.
New Wpsfminnter. r. v. 474.
ft
EMPRESSES
51
18.000 (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,500
H. Power t EMPRESS OF IRELAND J     TONS
Particularly ! >w rates from the
Old Country. !:��� servatlons made
here for all Bailings.
Empress of Britain July lid.
For  particulars apply
EU. GOULET,
C. P. Ii. Agent.
WHEN GOING EAST
VSK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
tight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity anil gas; tbe most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
.6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
���:e.r. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modem day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking ears.
For Time  Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
Subdivision of lot 46, block b,
prising some of the finest resldenl
sites in the city for sale exclnslvelj
by as.    This magnificent propert;
situated on the comers of Fourth ave -
'nue,    First    street    (facing    Queen's
park-  and   Emory  street,   comprising
in  all ten ;:.".xl20  foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the c< ��� -
ner  lot  facing  Fourth    avenue    an .
First street, held at $10C0); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, ar $6C0
per  lot;   four  lots,   b>2   1-2x85,   $450;
five lots, $400.   Call at oar office    n
Front street and inspect plans.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth aven ii
north side between First and Second
streets, No. 5,  6 anel  7.    Price $400
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of Ham-
I llton street between Sixth and Eighl i
:streets; $225.
160 acres less right of way alxiut S
acres for railway; 25 acres stumpi I
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 Story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
i and lean tew 10x22; barn 30x32 and
: lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wage n
shed 20x30; small milk bouse, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. ��� i
$600d; $2ii(iii cash, balance (.as!;,- arranged fit 7 jeer cent.
I    Full sizeel lot on Third street,  be-
. tween .'loyal and Queens avenue cist
side, m w bouse; $1C	
Two le ts, block .'14, lot. 9, $1"- i ea :h,
NOW, THEN, WHAT CO
YOU   WANT   BETTER THAN   THIS?
27!j acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation;  200 young
fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear;
new house, 1]2 storey, 5 rooms;    hen!
houses,  in  good   order;     some  acres I
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring.     Balance
i of    property   easily    cleared.     Price
$4,700;,     $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This  prop, rty is only i-, mile  from
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chickens and ducks could be sold with the '
property at a snap.
2S noes on .Mara road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 %,
N'o. 306.���-9-roomed house, with bath
room, oorner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4.C0C; terms ���_��� cash, balance
3 and 6 months al 7 %,
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents ior $10 per
month.    Drily $1,050.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
House and cottage on Columbia sl .
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easj  terms,
120 acres, E 1-1, section 25, township 9, Maple Ridge', l barn 70x78 ft.,
1 bum 38x70 ft, 6-room bouse, all
nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres
under cultivation; balance as pasture,
���. silj    i le an el. 2 acres   of   orchard;
od rie ttom lan I; 2 gooel wells
ek; $100 per acre; $4,000 casb.
ance e asy.
House 30x42, 4th St., between 4th
and 5th Ave.; 2 Single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St. Price $3(800:
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per yeai
at 7 jeer cent.
.'_.   storey   bouse,  ki  rooms,   also
modern    improvements;   lot    66x132;
j lane at back; part of lot set out with
I fruit   trees    and    nice    lawn.    Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and  12
months at 7 per cent.
|
1  lot No. 24  on  13th.  street  south
side of 4th avenue.   Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and !'5, 95 faces
jon Sth avenue, next to Gtinns ranch.
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
; house,   chicken    house,    175    choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 casn.
1  1-2  house, C   looms    and     flush
[closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
[street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900;  1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
Lots 16, 17 ami 20 of 11 of 2. Price'
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 0 months at 7 [ier cent.
-bi acre between Queen's and Ord
A\e. on west side of 10th; No, 5 am!
ti. Block 48; 132x165 feet; all cleared
and fenced. Price $1050; $550 cash,
balance in '1 months.
Ful] sized lot on Royal avenue, 1,< ���
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and abler. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full  particulars.
Lets 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th I
street and 8th avenue;  2 corner lots
$250;  4  inside lots $200 each.    Price
$950,  cash.    Single  lots at cash.
Lot 14 on Fifth avenue, sub B, 10
of sub 0. $300 cash. if. cleared; size
55 feet by 132 feet.
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner |
of Gilley road.   $225 jeer acre.    Acreage is selling fast at this price.
100 acres, Westmins'er district, 40
acres tinder cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, ���"���_ acre strawberries planted
this year; abler bottom land; running
spring; be n a 18 x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and co v
��� ta les, three In all, stal le S cows an I
- pan hoi -i- : near Mission Station;
schools, churctn i near at hand;
-'��� mer lan Is twice a day; aboul 100
acn timber, Br ;i:i;: i edar, never been
"���" ed; $2.00 i refused for standing
timbi i; e arriage bouse 16 x 24; hen
bouse ma le of b< wed timber laid In
mortar, 12 x 30, A chance of a lifetime, $9,ooo; $4,000 cash, balance al 6
per cent.
No. 308.- 8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; ft
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. al 7 <���',.
One acre, corner of
Aukiand and lltl) Street
and Royal Avenue
$2,500
L60 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 1Mb street, between  7th and  8th avenues.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot It,
St. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
l lot, 55%xl66, Tenth street,
ofl Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Term- $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
cei
24 acre
front;      12
bouse, lath ;���
chicken   barn ai      ���    .
:kin.Is.    prl     $3,000.   Ter
cash, balan el       : ;   ,,,
$3,500,    subject    to
lease.    Fine  residence fo)
2nd   Street,  comer F0urt|
Splendid  location, now
$30.00 per month; lease
tended  if purchaser so dj
good paying investment,
be arranged.
Double    tene
: 1st ami 2iui St.; |>J
e ash half nnd ��� ��� . J
j Rents for $10 i |
40 acres >_��� ������      d 14,N
of Tn. 2, aie..,:' [f'0J
Haworth road   S irn       I
i'_. storey hou ���
other 2 can be ad J
shack;  l1-  ,.   ���
'with clover, re .   I       easl
,.���.,.             ...               ,   ,   ,i One  mile  from    : ... ���'.. n��
No.  310.-9-roomed   House  and   bath $1200.    .,,..,,
room,  Agnes   St.   $3,00C;   '-   cash, months at 7 ',
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 ���: Full sizeel lol
'and Sth St.    Price $,1050,
Xo.   312.���S-roomed   House   and   bath balance at 7 91    ���   annul
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   >., Westerly ���!,  I                i
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7
;;,.   j 132x132 corner  ll    Feet sd
in.uses drawing t_ ���   er mo
Block 12 on 12th St., east side;  10  $5,000, half eas
full sized lots.    Price $2,500. one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
House  corner  of    7th  St.    and  -Ith
months.
160 S.E,   M ol A
10 aeTos,partly cleared Kel
running through |
       -            ..... | UJIUiUfi    I
Ave.;   !i rooms;   2 full sized  lots, Utix ' north   of   Webste
132;    orchard    of    apples, pears and
plums.    Prii
$4,000, $2,000 cash,  bal
ance on time at
mill anil P.O. al
ber worth $7 ;���> ce4
4 mile's   trom   1'   i   Han
-   ,  .                                   ...            ci    $2,100;  terms  $1
5  lots corner of street  between Sth   ;, ��� ,
and 9th Ave. on 2nd St., side of 2nd
St., equal to one acre; partly cleared.
$500. half cash. A Bplendid opportunity for investment.
anged.
S.-W.  Sub. Towi -: ;��� 18;
railway   runs  alongside;   oMl
chard.    Price $15 i      acre
cash, balance In tli
across front facing J
$70o cash, balani ���       inge
., .   ,      1 acre dav, housi
More exclusive  properties  just  listed  j0yCe station-   partly clea
with us for sale.
Lot 5, opposite   Knox church, Sapperton, east  siele Colun.i.e   Siivet on
car line.   $350 cash.
.1 lots south side ol Sixth Avenue;
very light clearing; 60x115% teet on
Sub. Block 10.   $1050 cash.
���I lots on Fifth Street, 11, 12, 13, 14,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 each, half
cash, balance 6 months at 7 %,
2 houses corner or Men ival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one bouse rents for $25, the
other $in; (lush closets and all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balani
months at 7 b'c
One
acre in
blocJ
tween
18th .
ind 1
on Sth Ave.
Price
1-3 eas
h, bal.
easy,
Large  1
it and "���
el  CHttag
lumbia street, Sappi     D. BJ
at $lo each.
N.-l-:.  '., or Suit 19, Township 10; s	
timber,    Price *le, per eie-n-, terms $l, )
ca I . balance easy.
Lots  14  and   15 of  1  of 0    of
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1
One and one-half   '   ���.
in b, 12 and 18 full   size  lot, situate I nortl
Koyal avenue and corni      I
street;   !���  rooms; J
cold  water, closi t;   woodsha
bearig fruit trees;    treet!
sides;   fine  view.    Price $'e|
���I
���> I
casb, balance 6 months at
cash.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook streel  of II of i,
3, cleared.   Price $275; 1-2 cash, bal
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
tier cent, j
Lot facing 2nd St., betweei
| and 3rd Ave., sen i.        fronj
! Ave.;    52x122 feet; all '    1
i alongside  nnd   back      Pi    I
2 lots on Sth St. between    Bth and   half cash, balanc  ea
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, iliix
132;  Xos. 9 and  12.      Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
Six lots, 5(i.\ir,o, outside city hunts
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
One lot No. 12 on Royal
third lot from Eighth street,]
for  sale exclusively.
150 acres Impi ���   ���
mil sheds coin].!''���. near C
i all   under cultivation, $15,000
HOUSE and LOT can   1,:m(l,��   Mli ���  ':
Centrally located in a commmanding bargain; term- cai
situation; Third avenue, at root of ^cn acres good '
Fifth street,   Two and one half-storey ab0ut 3% m'lei ' '���''
house, Ten rooms (recently papered) roa(j $12 per acre;
All modern conveniences; hoi and
cold water, bath, Rush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lol
06x132, wiili lane in rear; pan of lol
sei oul with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged,
Pari of h>i ':,;'1
aboul   7o acres,
Half cash.    Jump.
I
2 lots, 20, 21;  Nc
1170;
le'.li
(corner)   $175.
streets.
creg on the Scotl road, 15 acres
cleared;  learn BO x 30;  Btables, etc.;    nrFor  the
1
i
splendid soil; only $30 per acr
cash, balance easy.
above'  four 1
?'���  special price will be made ti
chaser.
TAKE
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Excursion rales to ail points East
July 3rd, 4th and 5th; August Sth,
Oth and 10th. Tickets good for three
months.
LT).  UOULL'T,
U. p. K. Agent.
Now  Westminster.
!  The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN, !
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,;
Vancouver.   8.  C.
mmm in the nek!
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone   333
Front Street
Telephone
333 ""li
1907.
|*3
table
Uf��J
7 CANADIAN     I
Regulations.
HOME-
sltuate, i
of  New   V.
of Brit!
known an l ���:
Ision of Nor    .
1!).   Tee?. ���
You   pj ea
to conl
chaSer     .';
tin- date
DAILY NEWS.
Mini-' Interior,  ;' ir the am
our.; m .- .vluch the applicant
is prepa ��� , to pay for a license,
snders  for   License  to   Cut   Timber      The hlghesl or any tender not nec-
lominion Lands in the Pro-        cessarily  accepted,
vini     f British Columbia. No tend. telegraph  sill be en-
as     Idressed    t .  '"-:ii:-
,u Lands with-, tin; nol   -��� up m   ���
illsb Colum-   rogi��ter  Margan
anv per-   thereof :"   !V"
tMded bi anj  per | ^ ^
pjniia'1
Belt in Brl
bead of a family, | daUy newspaper published
li.tlieE0'e
��� IS
, of   age, to I Westmlnste     ,
j more
E|_St
lieast su
p over
ol on*,
or ���'
made person
u,, ror the district in
Did 'a s:>mie'
aider Ii required to per-
"jjtions connected there-
, snowing plans:
j .���,���,'.    residence
the land in
lot thre-
1 father (or mother, if tbe
bomestead-
,   vicinity
,entei :i"   re'iuire'
������ satislied
,     ... . i g   with  the
... bis perman-
land own-
���
11    be
section of good an I sutficb .
Dated   il  the Land  Rt
ally at   N,'w Westmin tei   Provine
Colun,'..,. i ds  ;���', daj  ., u,
1907
Dominion Lands,
and mark-
elope "1 for Tlm-
525,    nl     ���      .ived at
,���    ;i on
ie 281            il August
���    '���' -������ to ��� .   timber on
25, compri, ag lan Is sltu-
B Itish Colum-
ed as foil ews:
Timber Berth   No,
PERLEY C KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior.
Ott iwa, July 5tb, 1907.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT.
I;
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar
To Im ���:        Throssell and H    lurton
All    ie- .     v,.l   with   thl     I   ,1
aml thos ��� claiming thr...;-!.. ,,������ under
them'   n :  al' pei mlng any
lntere the
any   un ��� ���;   ten I li .. . ,   ,
persons
Bald   ' ,'. ; yhose title  Is
uol reglste |   ... :��� ���                   ,.._ o{
the "Land R ..            I be for
ever   ��� ��� .                      , se
ting eet of
the Bald lan I so taxes
vidfid ;,;��� the "Lati I Registry Act."
��� bis home-       p,.   g mtb   Wesl q larter   .    Sectioi
-  to resl-  28,  Town hip  16, N'ew    Westminsu
residence   Distri I    All  thai pari  of the S i
Easl Quarl 1 Se< tion Ij lng I
X . tendei   :...  tele     iph wi    be en
n   I,
Take; notice that 1, Henry Grose, of
Vancouver, B. C, timber cruiser, in-1
tend   to  apply   for   a   timbei'   license
comprising j over  the  following  described    lands,!
:h" N'�� tion 29, Wesl of, situate iu the Coast District;
M'- "    -     i half of section      1���Commencing at a post   planted;
on  12 in Township 20,   at  S.  E.  corner  thereof  and  situate
Han-,-      We     of the Gth meridian, about .20 chains pistant in a N. E. dirJ
'""'���"������ ���'���    m area if L85 square miles ; ection from the S. \V. corner of sur-j
veyed lot 195, thence north 160 chains,;
'!l ll1'-'   '    surveyed within   thence  west  40  ciiains,  tbence southi
r after the date ot the notice. 160 chains, theuce east 10 chains.
n"   ' [rth, 2���Commencing at a post planted at \
ulal  '     under which a  li-  the   south-east1 corner   thereof    and
I, also    printed  about  100  chain:;  distant in a uorth j
���    tender and envelope, may he  direction trom the south-west corner!
1  :l ''���'������- Depa tmenl oi   il the  of surveyed  lot   195, tbence north SO |
��� ol the Crown   rimber Agent at chains, thence south su chaius, thence
N "'* Westmin I      B C, west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
��� ader ���      anled   thence east 80 chain-, containing 640
cepte ; en a chart ired  acres m ire or less.
favor       i.    !���   .".   of the      3���Commencing  at  a  post   planted
I I  i       ': ���.,;  the am-   at-   the southeast  corner   thereof and
the bonus   which  the  appll-   situate about 120 chains distant In a
prepared  o  .a   to   al   ense,      north-westerly    direction    from    the
highesi   or   .        tei ler    not  south-west corner of surveyed lot 495,
thence  north 89 ohains,  thence west
m'Ma'vsmttMmsmma&zmaBm
Bargains
FOR
Friday-Saturday
AT
. .   iting should the North .'. ���   ��� of Lol   17, Grou;
Ijjlie e' lon ir of Do- -. an I al art of thi   N i th E isl
Oi     ..i of intention Quan u    i    said   Section to ihe
bpatent \v<'st    if  L il   156, Gtoup 2.
., eased at ?10 la\d  registry act.
l;orsoft c.jal an.i $20 for an-      A   ( :ate   ol   ... .��� I I ���
jfot more than   320 acres : ���   be propi       will 1
|  ;. ne ;:. Ilvidual oi Margre  .   leas I daj   if
5 8 r ite 'if ten ^ugus     1907, unh meantime
i i| . mds sh ill be a valid ction I toad
ine   In ....  It'.ng b
[jille gros   o itput.
.    ..   ' ORY,
ter e.if the lie
I
]... i   publication of
��� il  be paid
PERL .V G. KEYES,
Secretary,
" ment of the Inl irlor,
1 ittawa, June 291 i, 1907,
for License tc Cl',
������.on Lands ii tree
Columbia.
I M
n  In  in
���
'
fe l-
: [dressed
I   "Ten
���   Eh \ itor,   Cai ;ai
.    .   ,
las
livi I;    '   .   the   ,'. ie
I ��� at the Cai
;..
f
notified   that
1 red unle - -
...-;;���-
mpanl. .
charten
���
li ��� there el
C   S,   KE  .
Dls    . '   Regis
������������   office,
B.   C.
1907.
The ;;    er  perso
; i.    |S rei ��� . -   , sa
...        .      ���        ted        leli ���
Ign   !
��� e   I ite 1   9th   May,    1S94,
- Graves Gregson I
��� egor.
A.   WHEALLER,
12 Lorne Sl e
N'i a  Westminste .   B.C
Solicit      for -A
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
SO chains, theuce south 80 chains,
thenc,- e-ast 80 chains, containing 640
acres  more  or   less..
4���Commencing at a post planted
at the .-outh west corner thereof and
at the north west corner of surveyed
lot 495, thence north 80 chains, thence
east i'i chains, theuce south SO chaius,
th'ence .vest 80 chains, containing 640
acres more or less.
5���Commencing at a post planted
north-west corner, about 80 chains
distant In a northerly direct!'er, from
the north east corner of lot 495, thence
easl t'i chains, thence south 160
chains, thence west 4n chains, thence
SEAL!'1       l.VDERS  iddn ssed tothe
Commissi . Dominion    Lands,
��� pari ment o,    ie luteri       nd mark-
i t'.:e envelope   Tend     tor Timer Berth X". 524,"   will     i received  ttorth t60 chains, containing 640 acres
il   this  Department    until  L2  o'clock  I! "
��� n "ii Wednesd iy, the 21st   i i;   of
gust, 1907, fo ��� e li' mse to cut timber on Berth N ��.524, comprls i * kinds
eituate in the Pr ivince of B I   -': Col-
,. and des i Ibe 1 as f ill iv, ���:
Timber Berth No, 521.    com]    - ag
Legal   Sai. llvlsion   14    >f S icti :. 12.
Township 6, R mge V. W  il   i   ;     Tth
VI  rldl in, conl lining    :���.     ea   of   40
.....      less,
The
! ear aftei  the  late of the n ''ie'.'
awarding the berth.
Loi ate I ,lulv  6,
HENRY GROSE.
1907.
IHE MISSION LUMBER CO.
NOTICE   OF.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
erth musl        lurveved  within  '���"   ll  JosePh  Cameron    anel
.    It   McDonald     as  "The
Thi
Re ���������      . ��� '   on I'.
I-
regulations   i   le    .������ I ' ���': a li-
.. will    be    issu id,    al - > pi inte I
the'   '   . ' ".. ���.  south  eas       . ���        ������'   ��� irms 0f ,,.., ;..   a i | envi ' ipi . n   ,
I
I'   ���
(
w
the order ol   . . L6.   1 iwnship    24.   VV ie i ������
of Puhlii    pr<] the 1      of ot title
',
���    eon filed in
effice
Notl ���
i e first publication hereo
te ol I certifi-
. in the
.... ,, .. to m vvri lng
C. S. KEITH,
District Re
l.e- I  Ri Office.
N ivi W        luster, B C, .1 il: i       :
��� '  ���     ,1"   p.C.I
tender,   w hich
tend
..  i intraci
Io so, or  i:   h
conl racte i
��� ac i . ted the
!.
. id Use]
NOTICE is hereby  given  that  the
partnership heretofore subsisting lie-
Joseph
Mission
Lumbei   Company" of the District of
N'ew Westminster has been dissolved!
by mutual i onsenl as of th ��� 29th day .
ol J ine, 1907,   a:; debts owing to the
;   iari ie ship    ai e to be paid    to
foseph Cameron of Sapperton In the
District of Xew Westminster an.l all
aims against the said partnership are
��� e     be     presented     to     the     said |
- >ph C imi ron ' ;���   whom    the same
bank ia ra\ ���       E the Dep ity of      i   will be s ittl "1.
Minister of the Inl    lor,        the am-      . ated at New Westminster this 13th
.   thi        "- which the ap lie 'nt   day of July,  1907,
.. ed   ��� this Deparl ra :-.' o
office of the Ci iwn Ti tiber Agenl  al
N'ew Westminster, B. C.
Each tend      musi     e accoi     in'.ed
an accept"        e     i o    i cha
I)  GELINAS,
Si cretary.
'.  1907.
���  . aid for this
ll  with-
Department.
Mj'.t.r of | .. 'Trustees and
1!'ut*-fs Act." and in thc Matter
h Estate cf Aucjustus William
,i[c"'.D" eased,
;< .
1 cl ilms or de
le of Augustus
��� s irn y Cen-
dei.,. ed, are
v, :".i the un
an I addresses
of their claims,
be securities (if
Inly v>.rifled, on
1.     of    August,
.
Tenders    fcr  License  to Cut    Tim
on Dominion Lands in the Pro
vince of British Columbia.
SE \LE I   TENDERS
the
Departn ''i '    ;"'    ' '���    '
en,  I rend,
Timbei  B N"
i .ivi I . |1"   ���   :
o'cloi ������ ���������- w,'lln
,,'   S      ��� !:'":
, n berth No
ai     ��� ���
ired I '' ir a lb ens ���
T ���   : Ighes        .;.      ender not nee
���il    ice ���..
N ��� ten ler '   will I e en-
ied.
PERLEY G, KEYES,
Se
: mi nl ol l      Inter! i.
Ottawa, .1 me 25th, L907.
v Itness:
J. H. JOHNSON.
JOS. CAMERON
j, m. Mcdonald
day o
to cul
prising i
.I,.   the
tor .i Hi
P
i-
���
12
I a
���
Tenders    for License to Cut    Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province   of   British   Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS     i I Iressed    to
a I   sl.;   1, and en lorsed "Ten-
Cor  Pul lie  Building, C,umbe rland,. |
'���   c���" ib.:    ������ reci Ivi 1 at this office
iti    M n la; ���  A igusl    19,  L907,    In-
.. j ..-; . e . ��� ���      c i strui 'ion   of a
,  lie bull ling, Cum ii "la::.!. B. C.
plans   in ;    pi  dfic   I ea can be seen
... i [orms ol tend .  obtained at  this
i irtmenl em I on application to the
��� stmaster al Cumberlan I.
���:.-.ms tendering are notified that
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to
������. c ,: D minion La   Is,   tenders will not be considered unless j
o��    ,.       interior,    and   made on  the  printed  form supplied.
envelope "Tender foi   and  signed   with  'heir actual slgna-1
turi -.
K ,,���', ;,.. ie    must   '.-��� accorai anled ,
Columl la, n
a i
.
'' io
ii thai after tin
-m . .    quarter ol
will proceed to ���
Eas   oi i
a<l
' I
any
late amongsl the
avlng regard
which they shall
an I they wlll
proci eds of th ���
thereof,   so    .1 s
ln    ���'      '11 Of Whose cl iim
:"'      ' at the time of dls-
*a ���
"', ���ll''1 ri i! of July, 1907.
!'��� W,  HOWAY,
| '      McKenzie and John
'    "'"'iilors    of    above'
of Bril
e follow    .
Timber  Berth
1 the   North
Se
i ii :
area of S I H
The berth musl
,.,   ,.  ,e, .  ,, ite nf ;.l ��� ti' ��� ��� ���
one yeai  aftei
iwarding the b rth.
The regulation    ""
i.  ied.   Bla
N '   52b, com
South   Easl
ction 33,  Townsl
; |   ���;. .  ntalnln | b i
n ir ��� or '. ���-���
,     ���'        Ith :���
the ante ot th
...���'���
ed on the
i'    Ber h    N    527," will  ; e ri -
I at this 1 '      !-
ii on on Wed
, ,    ol  Si pti n.        I   '���'��� '   '''���'
ii hi i mbe    ii   B  'th N i. 527, i un-
.,:.   lan Is situate In the Province
il British Columb id  les    Ibi -'���
. . iws; ���
Timber Berth N >, 52", comm n   i
. ; ., \y, .;��� en l of the mosl  North-
,  :    boundary o�� Timber  Berth 290;
I    uce East, along *l I North bound-
������ Tj,n er Berth 290, 20 chains,
les3, i , the West bound iry of
V. ,'    111
... II-
'
will he
:��� tender and envelope, a
j Departmenl or al
niwu Timber agent at
ter, B  C.
:, ; ompanled
i chartered
Depui    of the
Und
application has
|t,Ki.;- REGISTRY   ACT
er M irgarel Roh
ei Simple, under
' i The Corpora-
1
N 'vi mber, A D���
il ir thai certain
��� I an i premises
P or Districl  of
llobson, bearing
i   nse
[orms o
! obtained al thl
office of the C
Xew Westmlns
I    I,;.,,,',,  tender musl
I by an accepted cheque ���
bank In favour of tbi
Mini,!.',  of the int.tr
ounl    e.i'   tl  '  IW""8
can! Is   ' ���'
The   hlghesl   or
nopeBsa Ilj  accepted,
No te der by teles
tertaine I,
IMJIII.l'.''
ary o
more or
- :��� er   Berth   378;    thence   North,',,
: ag said Wesl  bountfoi , of Timber
,, 378, 120 chains, more or leis, to
the shier.' ot Pitl  i.e te; thence West
bj an accepti i check on a charten d
... ,  ... ;, ,   ,',:,��� t.e the or.li".- 'if tho
i.... ,ra de    the    Minister    ol    "nbV.e\
v. .    i, enual to l m per cenl flfl p.c.) ;
of the amount  of the  ten ler, which
will ii ��� fori ; ������ i If the party tendering decline to enter1 into   -.-. contract
wtfen called upon to do so, or If he tall
to complete the work contracted for.
if the ten ler be not accepted the check
will be re turned.
The departmenl aoes not hin.l Itself
accept i'm lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
LEE'S
������������������������������������������������������������������������������**********************
Sale of Tapestry Squares
6 only Tapestry Squares, size
3x3, regular $7.50, for     $5.00
3 only, size 3ix3, reg. $10, for $7.50
3 only, size 4x3, reg. $15, for $12.50
These squares  are  exceptional
good value. Come early and get one.
20 pairs Flannelette Blankets
Extra heavy, size 60x80,
Regular $1.50, Special $1.15
20 pairs Nottingham Lace
Curtains
Woven edge, 3 yards long, 50
in. wide, regular $1.25, for 90c
FURN1TURE--15 per cent
off all Furniture for these two I
days'   sale,    including   Side-1
boards, Dressers and Stands,
Pedsteads, &c.
++���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+������������
JOHN A. LEES
Furniture Emporium
Dupont Block, Columbia Street, New Westminster
Phone   73
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
QFUCE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box.   345
���Phone   105.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*
\ Established 18*7 Incorporated 1906 {
! Gilley Bros. Ltd I
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
(   ciialns,   more   or   les3, to equal   Department of Public Works.
leAgth of   South   boundary:    thence     Newspaper Inserting   this   adver-
120 chains, more or less,    to  Hsement without authority from  tho
ommencement    co-ntalnlng  Jepartment will nol be paid for it,
appll-
ir a Hi "��� ��� '���
���:: let'
not
rai h will bi  ��� '
G. l
CEYES,
,creto  ���
Department of the M
Ottawa, Julj ���
South
polnl of    c
t., .,,,,., of 240 acres, more or lean.
The berth mus: be surveyed within
.,. year after the date of the notice
awarding the berth,
The regulations un ler which a ll>
.',;,   wiii be   Issued, also   printed
. ol tender and envelope, may be
,   lined nl this De partmenl <-r at the
.. , [ the Crown Timber Agenl al
, ,v Westminster, B, C.
Ench ten ler musl  b  im   tnled
,,,    .. .,     pted cl
I,  in  [av ir ol
Westminster
Transfer Co.
effice 'Phone 1SR.       Horn f none 13"
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered
cirt. of tbe city.
promptly to ��ny
-��� ,. , .��� 2 ,r-.- - !
the Deput;   of the
Light and Heavy Ilaulinf
Offi =u���Traeii  Depot
WELLINGTON  LUMP COAL
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND  CEMENT.
This   celebrated   Cement   ia
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
ROSEBANK   LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK PLASTER
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON BRICK.
PRESSED FACE BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE    CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
:
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:
Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence 122
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j '��� THE   DAILY   NEWS.
FRID^. augI
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4 Cleared LOTS
WEST ENDERS LOSE WITH
ONLY TIN MEN ON FIELD
On 5th St.; 66x132 to wide lane; 2 of these
are corner lots; they are all cleared except
one stump. These are fine building lots;
only one block from car line. For short
time only. - - - Price $850
For Sale exclusively by
W. J. KERR
. Fire  and   life   insurance agent,   Real Estate Broker
<   276-278 Columbia St, Westminster,B.C. Phone 170
���
:
I
���    ������    ������   !*���#+*.
���**y**ib;*o**y**i.b**y**-- **: **:
The Excitement in Surrey
incident to buying up land on the route
of the tramway to Chiiliwack, has only
fairly commenced. If you wish to be "in
the swim" and make some profitable turnovers, consult us at once. We have land,
in tracts from 40 to 600 acres, all worth
investigation.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
The  Reginas landed  a   victory    at
Queen's  park  last evening over their
local   opponents,   the   Wesi   End   la-
! crosse team, by coming out with the
long end Of a foui to two score.    The
match   was   Uie   second   won  by   the
' Reginas  ihis  year,  while    the    West
I Bnders have four    games   to    their
1 credit.    There are    hut     four    more
. matches to be played, and if the Re-
: ginas hope to win the medals donated
for competition by Robert .lardine and
James Leamy,  they   will  have  to repeat last evening's performance each
tJme.
A   very   small  attendance   characterized last night's lacrosse event, the
'. public having  evidently  come to the
conclusion that the medals woulel go
: to the fast West End team, and thai
playing the matches was only a mat-
. iter of form. The Reginas have shown
, that they are stlli In the running and
| a good crowd may be expected to wit-
| ness the next round.
The play  was lively  at   times, and
j occasionally   rough.     i'he   West   End
i team played with two men short and
j the Reginas were short one man. Thi
! loss of the match is attributed by ihe
i West Enders to the fact that the Re-
' ginas played one man more than they.
Eickhoff referred.
Following were the players:
West End���Goal, munn; point, Marshall;   cover  point,  <lalbBiaith;   first
defence, W. Warrick; second defence.
'Johnston;     third    nefence,    Bartlett;
home, Sangster, Em.  Warrick, Goulet
e and Swanson.
Reginas���Goal. Peele: point, Robertson; cover point, Pearson; first defence, AIcArthui; second defence.
. -Mannering; third defence, Fletcher;
center, Brown; home, Bourne, Smiil).
Morrison and Archibald.
COLLISTER'S
Great Annual Summer Clearance
NOW   IN    PULL   SWING
Hundreds of customers visited our store during the opening day of mi
and found themselves well repaid in making their purchases at foe reduce!
prevailing in every department. |
OUR SALE LASTS FIFTEEN DAYS, and we will make every dav a hi
day during that time. Everything reduced except Butterick patterns and
cottons.   We mention a few specialises for to-day: ''
Big Reductions Among the Women's
White Shirtwaists
30 only, women's White Muslin Blouses, size's 82 to 40, trimmed with
rows of insertion and lace, some shorl sleeves and some with
Jong sleeves, regular prices $3.50 $4; Bale price, each    $1.95
25 only, White Muslin Blouses, with probably a little less trimming
than the first lot but good serviceable washing waists, regular
prices $2 and $2.5(1;  sale price, each   $1.-45
One lot women's Waists, mostly white, in many different styles. These
are made of fine lawn with lace irimmings, regular prices $1.25 to
$1.60; sale price, each     95c
Two Lines of Silk Blouses Less Than Half Price
tl only, White Silk Blouses, sizes 24 to 38, a sample lot, regular price
$3.50 to $4; sale price, each       $1.95
3 only, colored Silk Blouses, regular  price $5.7.",  and   $8.75;   sale   price
eacl)        $3.95
|| Underwood        Empire
v Typewriters:.
SAILING   MASTERS  STRIKE.
I
-AT
I J. J. MACKAY fi? COS
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
and NEWS DEALERS
���
���
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
After your long hot end
dusty walk, ease your
feet and make them
comfortable ty using
I. L Mll'S
 M	
T.A.
Foot Powder
w	
tooling and Refreshing
T. A. MUIR
THE UilST
Columbia St.
New  Westminster,  B, C.
ft I
Sixty Vessels I Ide at Newcastle Docks
��� Refuse tc Load.
Vancouver, August 1.
Passengers arriving in the city yesterday on the Canadian-Australian
liner Manuka state that when the
Manuka left Newcastle more than
sixty sailing vessels were lying idle
due to a most unique strike���a strike'
of the sailing ship masters.
Stringent por? regulations have heen
enacted at Newcastle groviding penalties amounting to ��187 sterling
daily, if vessels were kept at the coal
wharf while other berths were procurable. As a result shipmasters hav.
struck and are refusing to load,
It is probable that the origin il
clauses enacted will lee modified.
Big Clean-up of the Left-Overs in the Neckwear and Belt Department^
Turnover collars in nice embroidered or hemstitched linen and muslin, muir.   of  them   slight!
ti lit r prices 20c to 35c;  sale price, each   	
One lot of Women's and Misses Silk Fichus lace and silk collars in cream, black and whiti   regular pH
$1.00 to $2.50;  sale price, each   	
"Women's black silk belts, many different  styles  to select  from,  regulai   puces  $1.00   to  J l        Bale ;ij
each   	
One  lot   belts, including leather  belts in  all  colors,  colored  silk   bells,  and colored   tinsel    ��� ts,
prices 75c to $1.25; sale price, each   	
Women's  white wash   belts,   regular price 25c to 35c;  sale price, each	
Three More Lines of WASH SUITS.    Much Underpriced
Overlooked in our first list:
Women's Light Colored Duck Wash Suits, well made1, wdth ample fullness, regular prices $3.75 i y-,i\
sah   price, each   	
Women's Clucked Gingham Wash  Suits, regular price $2; sale price, each   	
3 only, Cream Lustre Shirt Waist  Suits, regular value $10 and $10.25;   sale price, each  	
W. S. Collister & Co.
A'o goods on
approbation or
exchanged during the sale.
Everything as
advertised.
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line of ALUMINUM GOODS,
including���
Preserving Mettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc., Etc.
* These goods are giving
splendid    satisfaction,   and   we
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Asylum Returns.
The returns ol tbe public hospital
for the insan. show thi numb< r of
patients in the hospital during the
month of July, 1907 as '. Mows: In
hospital al beginning of month, 300
males, 109 females; admitted dining
the month, 17 males, 5 females; returned from probation, -i male-, 1
female; discharged without probation,
1 male; discharge 1 < a probation, 3
males, 2 females; died, :: males, 3
females: in hospll I at the do, e of
tiie' month, ::m mai is, i 13 females; on
probation at the li se oi the month,
27 males, 20 females; total under
treatment eet Mm close oi the month,
'���'Al males, 133 iemales.
Nature'
Object
Lesson
TOILET   SOAPS
Wc make a specialty of
Toilet Soaps. We have the
biggest line in the city,
ranging in prices from 2c to
$1.00 a cake.
PURE CASTILE at 25c a Bar
OLD BROWN 25c a Dozen
BIG CAKE BALSAM TAR at 5c.
Full Line of Colgates.
Sec Our Window
| ANDERSON I
S y LUSBY
D. S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spslafta.Scids
New Westminster
How many In this life are like
the butterflj who lives In the'
enjoyments and pleasures of the
present, with me thoughl of the
morrow, and bow few, comparatively, are lil.ee the ;tiit which
continually laebors, preparing for
thai rainy day or cold weather
which is sure to come���
No, the "Butterfly" man is not
a success. It tar.es a "Hustler"
to get on in the worid. 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
Victor Gramophones and Records Money in Real Estate
General Repairing.
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SECOND-HAND   STORE
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Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Frsni Sts.      Phone 275
SATURDAY NIGH
will see the finish of our Clearance Sale of
TAN OXFORD
AND SHOE
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..The Reliable Shoe Man-
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