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 te amies
L mSURANCE
& Co.
INCE
^STMINSTER. RC
__J^'MI'KI!I"
iiSTivER     LABOR CELEBRATION    |
fROM SUMAS   MAY NOI TAKE PLACE
Meeting With Riv- j Proposed Celebration in Dan-
AUG 17 WOI
2i
5^7
White, Shiles & Co
���E
Columbia St. Phone 85
  % \      REAL ESTATE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST hi. 1M7//0 . QP.\*< ^>^     1�� CENTS PEK WEEK
���.I  i *���
BISHOP RETURNS.
FINGER   SMEARS.
anges
Improv
Bishop!	
'   ��� it    liocesi   Ol Ne \v Wes'.-
reti mi I on  Wi Ines lay af-
ement Commit
tor This Morning.
ger of Being Cancelled -
Tramway Men Inactive.
:.
t
Iy ���������
.... :.
Oliver,   Minisfc i
who    arrived    fn cn
. mlng, U in thi
��� ������ :   al   the   G ii-
afti i   hi*     rei
be   Inspected   a
in  com    i
: Vancouvi i. Ri b-
McKenzii  of th
lasl  evening  a
tei, Mr. Ollvei   said
-h Columbia  ' ir
.. ������ ag In toui h  ������
.  which come' iin-
, ��� f !eis  departm* nl
S imas, In- Ini
jiews :.     te    uial he ha I g< ne
���   himself   with   th<
���:  this  pari  ol  tbi
...    ��� cognized  th<
. re   very   diffi   ��� nl
Uti    ..       '.
than "...   ... ���
���    j  ...    les
.      ���   ���     ���   -
| '
.1
��� othi r dial ricts
- ..��� ranged ti   meel
(tivtr in      ������:!���:.���  committ< ���    n
v , - office this n ���
and in-.ir wh i tl
���  ������   sa)  regarding their
��� improvi menl    I  the
��� ���   stated thai hi   bad,
|ereij'eie-'    ' Mr. Martin, ���.-��� II Itoi
arrange l to  mei *   him
|v. ..��� -��� min.������ -   eet   11    . 'e
���   was   later  obliged   to
ine to 11  o'clocl.  I
: ..��� bi r pn -��� - -   ���
: -   n     a   al sl racl     n i
.   ���  '    ol   ih<-    commit tee't
H ' ,.     stated  thai   11 ���
P��  ��        ������ me   directly   -inder
'��� ���' ���������    . man's   di
���   l lier     gi ntl< man
oast in a very short
:-' ���     ���   tho ighl   ii   would
. mmlttee   to  take  the
11,- woul;. hove -
i   '     '....:    .v bat   ' bi .���
���. .��� ..:i thi   ' .    0
���'���i- morning   i nd
���  m in  hi
i   i ub al   i   o'i
��� t.   I !��� ive fi i thi
liis .  .
In  I ed   whi n
:i i  showe I in   r< -
������.  rouse i bj repeal
��� lly    unlock.       11������
""1 i           ���! thi   light. Hi sum-
���   position in bed be
t et
held in this
the -���   ���.
....
son ���   timi    ..      ���        e of the Ioca
nl
...       :���    ��� ���    r-
:...: i.
That   thi    B.  I      .    ���:     employee
will  take no a      ��� in I
zing   of   ie   . ��� : ���   . '..
io be    eld hen ed.   Thi
:.���       '    I   .
a the event of �� ��� ���    a-
oi   being held   it woiiid
thai thi     ������   ild have 1
harder.    Al      ���   last meeting    f thi
;'i -I.   li   was    lecidi        al   thi   men
a., ild   ii"'   assi t in lion
owing  to  the   reasoi
according to a  51 ��������� n   at madi
, terday by J.  S,  Raini ���     ent ol
! the union. -_ ��� <���*��--
As the B. C   b.   K. ., iployi ��� -   in.oi
is the on .' organ!; s citj
-,.   ���     fficie ��� ..'"..'
;.. cai ry througl ���   '    as
was mooti d some w< ���   -    -     an
none of the othi r orgai us  ap-
��� ; ���  ��� ���. ��� ���   wo thal   lin   I
it ie;      to be on       -   i se i
aotl lng doing at homi ad the work-
lug men of the city whi l< n totake
pari   in  ei   ; rocessie n  and   wi ai
|ge_s will probablj havi I travi 1
��� . Vancouver or Bi i - bam I r the
privilege
my Confirmations en the Okanagcn    Black   Hand   Expert   Leave   Clue   Bel���Catholicism    Flourishing. hind   Him.
Lordship   Bishop     Dontenwill        Elizabeth,   X.   .!..  Aug.   1."..���Traced
by finger prints in ink impression of
a black   hand  signed  to a  letter  receiv e   by   Fat! ��� r  Fore li  oi St.  An-
fivi   weeks  tour of the   thony's   Roman  Catholic    church,   in
'   -   i;   district,  in  the  course  of   which  the  priest   .-   threatened  with
'-    risited most of ibe  cities,   death unless he turns over   $600   by
��� and camps in the district. The   September  1.    Michael    Venzio,    an
speni   some  time  ai    Revel-   Italian  bai'ber,   was arrested   as   the
���. Armstrong, Enderby, Kelowna.   writer of the letter. The police round-
ton,  Sicamus  and  Vernon, and   ed  up several Italians and took  im-
mplj satisfied with the progress   pressions of their   fingers.     Edward
��� atholic churches since | Schwartz, who is at the head of the
asl   annual  visit.    In the course  Bertilllon bureau in Newark, declared
, ������ .    ial ons   Bishop  Dontenr, thai the in.; n bs1< a In the letter cor-
[���onfirmi .   ovei   Bixty     persons,   responded   with   thi     Impression    of
��� ���!���   reci   ������ 1   into  the   fold   of   Venzio's  fingers   ti   en   bj   the  police
!. '.���  ��� . and on this evidenci   .. conviction L
His Lords        expn ssed  hims< If I      hoped  for.
rised  al  thi   growth i ; the -������	
on    -.    Itanagon  count:':-"      Peterborough, Aug. 15.-
o ���   his      -    ..- ���     The  people are   thai In the near futuri   the Dominion
then    bj     hundreds     every   p. .ernment    intends   rebuilding    ihe
id  1   mesteads are changing   ' igh   locks,    They   will    bi
lai     thi   sellers always realiz-   made ll" feet  long and considerablj
wider so that m< re boats maj I i
accommodated In it at once, and save
��� ..age. This was the i sc isi giv< n
by R. R. Hail. M. P.. to lhe canoe
men for not having the necessary
work at  the locks done to make    Ii
CONVICT NARROWLY     LACROSSE GAME
lib,.
ESCAPES CAPTURE    ENl�� ... TIED SCORE
Jim Walmsley's Mistake Re-1Two All at End of Play-
suits   in Miner's French-     Unable to Continue Game
Leave Being Prolonged. Because of Darkness.
i
$500   reward  well   be   given   to   any j     The    best     Intermediate
man. woman or child who will return   SePn  jn  this  city  during  thi
to  the   B.   C.   penitentiary   one  Miner
(William), who has not been heard of
���     enl
lacrosse season was played las
ning N'tween tin- Retinas ;m.l the
directly for the past seven days. The \\.^\ lenders. At the en i of the
party wanted wears a disguise of time the score Stood two all an! only
piety, and may be found in the vicmi- lowering darkness prevented the
ty of tram holdups, or where money match being continued to a leci ive
is cached  in  large quantities. , jioint.
^^^^^^B   Thi   Reginas have held th sition
At the yawning hour of midnight,   ol  . cond  best  in the    running    .ill
Btated J the telephone bell at the penltentiarj   ..,.,���:   and  lasl  evening thej  went
summoned the guard on   duty,   and   on  thi   field to win, with the result
from the other end of the wire came   thai thej  gave the last Green-shlrted
... a good j ri fit on their investments
���  ���      is  still  fai   i elow
��� ial   value  as   productive  soil.
confident   that   a ,:e-.v
���   rs   ti iii    -- ���    the    Okanagon  the
m .1  ''ee. klj   s< ttli ; district of Brit-
imbia.
a peremptory demand for the deputy
warden, as tidings of great joj had to
be imparted io him. The deputj
warden was awakened from his
beauty Bleep, and, hastily dressing,
he shivered his way into the office.
Over   the   line   came   the   voice  of
Jim    Walmsley.   night   watchman   at
-��� , handlers their fastesi peace of
th ��� ear. The game was not unmixed
with a little slugging and much foul
play, some of which was noted by
Referee Charley Galbralth, and a
numbi i of players were ruled over
for a time in consequence. A scrap
ti ok  place  in   the'  last  quarter    be-
safe for small boats to navigate.
the C. P. R. depot:   "Mr. Bourke, one   tween   Fitzgerald   anel   Sangster.  and
BOYS ARE SUSPECTED
OF iltlNIi BURGLARS
WESTMINSTERS FILE
ANSWER TO PROTEST
An  answer  to  the  protest  entered
The   provincial police  went  out to    .,    t)]e
���     yesti rday morning to invest!- ' againsi
Vancouver    lacrosse    club
^      awarding     inr-t      Suturdaj's.
gat<   another case ol i.e..us.   breaking  game to New Westminster was fram-
with robbery.   This is the third io!,-   ' '-  '-n a< -l meeting of the New West-
.. .aster club last evening. Charley
Galbralth was present. The points
raised in the protesi was thai New
Westminster    had    played     Charley
  violating   sections
one, two and three of rule lour, which
i of the convicts has just gone into
] Kenny's restaurant, where he bas or-
I dered a porterhouse sl iak saying
1 that he is ravi nously hungry. He is
wearing the garh of the government
: and there can be no mistake. You
had better send down a guard, I will
see to it that none of the box cars
at the station are stolen ;n Die mean-
LACROSSE TEAM PICKED
FOR TRIP TO VICTORIA
nabj   within the least  month and the
��� ' ���      ������   having   n   aard   time   to
���  out  the culprits.    The provin-
,    ���    an   of  thi   opinicn   that Ualbraith,  there
��� ���nsi-   	
...   tricl5S   .,:ii  -i...   ...., provides   that   a   player    shall    ndtj
:.       ..  ingtheii tra]  for certain boys, change clubs  :., n   than onci   during
esidenl              a         who ari    inder tne   season, and   also   that  the   New
,.���.,..   ,jon Westminster  '.nam   failed  to  forward
Both thi  -'   ��� owned by tin  N  rl  ��� "���������'���  expense   monej   to  the  Vance.u-
��� . :                mber company, and tl Vi'' c'!lli> six dear days prior to Sat-
^          c. p  j;   ,!,,���,; were broken open, i ul lay's game.    fJharlej Galbralth no-
':   .. . |j ,,..,  Sj   en from tin  store. Th 'bb-2 the executive of the club thai
king out i ���   -i 2'-b l   !l>'   letter  to  the    Maple
time.    Be quick.''
Deputy Warden Bourke din   ot hesitate.     Guard   Walsh   the   man   with
1 the iron nerve, was immediately    de-
i spatched, single handed, to recapture of his youth. Many of
the notorious outlaw who dared enter the city to partake of a late su,>-
leer. leaded down with instructions
and ,firearms. Walsh made remarkably quick time from the peb to
Kenny's restaurant,    which    he can'.-
a few minutes later Alex. Robertson
an 1 Em. Warwick had a shor' set-to.
D. Bartlett attempted to separate two
Of the pugilists and in doing so re-
ceivi 1 a blow in the face anl was
sent to the fence, the referee evidently had surmised that Bartlett
was attempting to take part in the
fight. The scrappers were soothed by
foice <i[ reasoning and the play was
resumed without casualties.
Hugh Gifford  played    a    splendid
game In goal for the Reginas in spite
the s'ops
which he effected would have done
cu i'ii to a man of experience. Munn
for the East End. rs in goal was also
there with  the goods.
0.  Peele.  K.  Brown.    D.   Morrison
and   G.   Fitzgerald    played   an   extra
iously   approaches.     Dismounting,   lie   good    game   for     the   /Reginas
i f   many   m   "���   ���
'I ..en bine-   ''..    Il-'i-
...  which his   bi    im
coasi   : Ini >   . hi
-. .,; Japani .-���.  \1'
��� be was ln fai
li   a   "White.    Bi n1
-   ;-    iraclie    b
ror th ��� bi "���    i'i
��� ������ Igranu ha I   be< a
^ . ivei nmenl     com-
��� bi   reg ilatli m  au-
,   on and   leporta
Thi   ���- ������ ���"
tlnue   i'i  exi rclse   e
���i   the     Immigration
���   e ���  keeping i ul all
nol   Bkelj  to  mak<
A  lacrosse  team   representing  ihe
local intermediate will lea
steamer   Princi s.   \ li t< ria  today for
Victoria,   win re   ti lej    ������������:    ph j     a
b - tomorrow   with   tbi     v-   me-
liati -  ��� ���   thai     cltj       C    D.  Peek
ll   '; .    '��� . :       ���. :
thl : .e
The- 'v^___________________________________________________________________________________________.
.  . . , way of the ticket ����� Ind iw, thi
..'.'.;���     -. first
men  oned   labor  day i suitabli
linn- for the Int. r  ���
de .   I< d   to   ho] :   i .'���     oi   ���
matches . nd with tl n      ji      M   ��� ������ w
���.ni..   ..... 's  game   wi -   ai .me ed   and
Ihe team understan ling tl etum
������. tel   ������'      ��� e given.
The New Westminster line up will
be:   Munn,  O.  Peeh    Mai  ha I   Roi -
[..ii. ilannei Ing, W. Warwii . . K.
Brown, i' Spring, M. Wai wh I . Tin n-
bull, C. Smith. R. Sl ". ti . and
spare,  D   Uanlett,
���     ���      .    .     : ��� mi;;>. e.n I
afti;   gal' ��� ring    up  sundr;     .   tides
including two Sheffield    jaek-1 .   ���
��� ���   ���   ���     ."..������'-... . i corn, i tc, il.. y
rted  leaving an  overcoat   behin
The station   was   entered
way ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
been s nashe 1 in.    1; ���
.- e;   informed   the   police   ;- il
mis sed  i othing  from    thi
An overcoat left in tbj   store
��� ���  : iei. .. -  is a  boy's <e;  a  small
Leaf club for registration as a mem-
������ ;��� of ;: e team, and that he receiv i
.: letter in reply notifying him that
..���    .ppiication had  been  acci , I d.
In iheir reply to ibe protest, the
executive expressed the view that this
Stand was not well taken by tl ��� Vancouver'.; i.-i view of thi facl that he
constitution of the association sti
thai  a, :  ii  ;��� ���   registration m i I
���   made   out   on   a   regular   printed
form.    Thi I i ation  in    this  case
coat, and  therefore   si   .��� -   to was  wrttl  n     With   respeel    to
-; engthen the convictions ol the po- money proposition, the executive had
.: .   thai   boys     i    oncerned in the to acknowledge the corn, as the mat-
��� ries   thai  have  taken   pla e   at ter of sending the money In advance
i    i lm< s. had  been ovi i looked.
Victoria,   Vug,   i:.     i
the  scei ���   . '   anothi      big    !,..t.is;-.'
practice  ast evening, I he e belli   I il
rs em the fj< d. Tl ��� boys
.1 hour'    b II    md wound
round the trai; .   They
               '.. ���  .���'
�� hi 'i I In   ti im for Sal urdaj        iii'
will ! !��� del niti ly deel li
Tli.   \\ ���  tmlnster tea
GRAND TRUNK OfFERS  TURN ON THE SWITCH
TO BUY V., W, & Y.       IN LADNER TOWN
peered in through ihe door. There
could be no mistake, there sat the
escaped convict, munching away al
the first hearty meal he nad had for
a whole wi ek. The five hundred
dollars reward was as good as earned.
Cautiously approaching bis man,
Walsh called upon him to surrender.
The challenged party turned around
and at one., the five hundred vanished into thin air. He had
ferocious  mustache.
Explanations being now In order,
the guard described the hurrj up call
over the telephone, the quick rui'
Into the city, ana th" sa l denouement. And then the other fellow
cleared up the res! of the mystery.
His name was not Miner, Clarke.
We.ods or Mct'.uskcy. ii was Rogers,
and by occupation he was a fisherman. He had arrived in the city from
up river late in the day, and started
out to get a meal. The fact that he
wore   a   khaki   coat,     adorned    with
Smith scored twice tor the reel shirts
but it was more through luck than
good play. He has seldom been seen
in worse form.
The match  commenced a  tew  min-
Uti -   before   seven   o'clock,   and   was
lively   from   the   start.    Smith   made
thi   flrsl   score for the Reginas and
W. E.  McFadden for the West Ends
wed  a few  minutes later with a
a  shol Into the net.   Another score was
made by Smith before lhe end of th.;
".   Brst quarter.    Neither side  netf^a :r'
ball In the second quarter amj, jf w-as
in   the   third   quarter  Vdai  the   scene
v. ,.  tied by SangVier scoring tor the
Wesl  Ends.
The'last quarter was very fast, botfi
sides doing their best to l.ux.f Ute i-.u:
ime the net without Success, T'i ���
falling darkness interfered with b'v
passing.
As the teams stand now, the Wi -t
Enrders have four games to their
cn aii  and  their opponents have two,
twenl
i ui In a -
ii. \. iiii .;    1" a
hold   ;i   flu     :'':iN
President Hays and   Man- t^ q e. R. Co. Will Turn On Miner.  The other three convicts are
'   ,       r ,    j  ,     j still suppose;! to be in hiding In the
Ine   lurrent   baturuay��� Vf]l.i Bnd ^.^^ Bre patro._ing the
Kept Faith With Patrons
ager Morse Coming West
to Negotiate Big Deal.
brass buttons and Jim Walmsley's with three gumes yet to play. The
vivid imagination, bad supplied the Reginas have to win three straight
necessary details to identity him with   games in order to secure the medals
a desperate criminal. ...   bave i n donated by Messrs.
Up-to-date, this is the nearest ap-   Roberl Jardine and .lame.- Leamy as
proach to the actual capture of Bill  trophies,
The' teams line up waa as follows:
',\ e -���    End     K.   Munn,   D.   Marshall.
______...^^B (,',v
the provincial champion-
thai   the  gin.'    ���' ���
Montreal, Aug
���    e
Irand   Trunk   Pacific
15���It is stated ben
M. Hays and Gi n
an    :i  ..     vn
��
De!      ' a China Shop.
Ve-'. !"..   The nn -
1    .'ii.I   dramatic  dls-
|lVi| ��� --��������� dei r caused ex-
'i streel  today.    Tha
il tb" city at the north
.   whole  town,   pur-
' .i   : nil   finally   found
,;:e  street,    lb wlldered
��� it Into tiie businos;
KlVe... .
1 chlnn st,
Its*
'.':
Vane itiver  for  iii.   specii
,ii,
the   animal   fell   on
'��� I   erising   lashed  inli. ;ivi|y  stocked with
���'iy ware,    etc.     The
���lele:;:   <_^^^^^^^^^^
 Jilunagi r  F.   W.   Morse'     . I   .1
foi^^r
H ^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_���
.���!,,.,I      ��� -���''    I  '   "'     '   "' !;' ':       '''
The ,,���,,,    layers, h iwi ver, an   ��� - ���'��� . .,.,   ol   closing  a   deal   with   thi
. spl ,���,,,���, formi and little appre- .,,,���,,,,,.������.���t ofthe Vancouver, iVest-
henslon Is fell on thi pari "' the iuin8ter & yukon railwaj for the ac
asts as to the outcome, ,,;li,n,t.nt of it.- rights and privileges
' for the construction oi a line from
Vancouver to Fort Gouge, where the
n)ajji line .ef the transcontinental will
bi i ipped.
Negotiations looking to this ar-
aid to bave been un-
At   thi   en I   ol   this   we 2  anoth ir
:; nunli.   will be ....  ��� Ing llghl i
power man.,  mih 8 from theii   source
district, Thi offer of $500 rew..' i
bus been i' .' bj Con mil sioni r ol
in.minion Pi ii.. Shvrwoo i bj mi m
of a ;��� legram to Chief of Police
Chamberlln, of Vancouver. The warden of the ; ���:. ��� ntlai.   hi -  a il   y i
local ent
Making Doubly Sure.
Paris   Aug     15.   Mme.    Bassager
wife of a doctor at issoudan, revenged
ist ferocious manner on
��� husband    ^^^^^^^^^^^
in ib.. course oi  ..
handful ol
wife,   telling
in the rii pUng wati ra ol    iki s B mt-   :���. ���  , ���;���.,,. -���.   ..,.���-.,��� -.  ...   ..,
zen and    Coquitlam.     On    Saturday   that there ic a price on Bill Mlner'i
nexl  the  B. C, Electric Railway Co   'head.   Th.. othei  threi   criminals art
Intends to turn thi  current on to the   not  mentioned In the offer of a  re
tension  wire to Ladner,    Since'   ward.
the end of lasl year Ladner has been	
111 by electricity, bul the current v.  - Where  is the island?
��� nerated by a temporary steam plant      A cablegram  from  Honolulu
Installed   by   the  company    to keep) the schooner Lute C. Olsen returned I schoolroom  as
B, Oalbraith,  w.   Warwick, D,   East-
W,  Sangst' r.  Al, Johnston,  D.
Bart] ���;. E. Warwick, U. Sangster, V.
M e . Iden 0. Swanson.
R. giiiie-   M. Gifford, ir  Peele,    it.
D,   \i ��� Isi "i. A.  Robertson,
Q   Mannerlng, C.  Smith, .1.  Pitzger-
.. 1.   K.  Hrown  C.   lb.tune. ii.  Archibald and li. Allan.
^^^^^H    Tuberculosis    n   Schools.
London, Aug. IS.���Speaking at the
International congress of school hygiene.  Dr. oblriglit, of Toronto unl-
says  versity. dealt with the question of tin'
,er8e,nnftmS"hl8,nfatuationfora|rangementare
"       der way for some time, but  .vere halt-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I factor In ttiliercu-
faith with the municipality, a delaj Ion Tuesday from Avovo to Laysan is- losts. He. referred to the lamentably
In the construction of the high power j land, one of the Bmall group north-  prominenl position held by the teach-
The- captain reports   ers e.f Ontario In the death list from
line having  been  occasioned  by the | wesl ot Hawaii
leaned
and
rlvei
length   of   the
igh a window iit the
!1 i ontlnued on towards
(')l|il' .i crowd pursued but
���    r.isr and gol away.
IV..
PPer vv, |
"ii|.|., ,
prettv   actress,
quarrel the doctor threw a
gold   ainl   ��,,"'s   al   hI        j. ,���,,..
The wife wenl downstairs
loured Borne vitrol in-
,���l   rushing   upstairs
ntents ove r h ir
,���. Bassager ran to plunge
his head in a pai. of -b.-   HI. wW
, yolver and puii-
her to
to the surgery,
to   a   bucket,
again, emptied the co
hiishani
Run in Nova Sccti*.      thereupon seized fl^ri ^ ^ ^
     ,|/���.   rushed   out   I
n addressing n meet-1 wide ana  u�� ����^��         ,.,���
the i
noon,
ir>.���sir Charles Hib-  ed the trigger,
^��� ���   anl   the  il"1'1'"'
_________ ���i'i,,, nrifp ran aft' r
B'erday,   announced   thai ! ""'  l"<""      ' "
n ( imi', and 11 might   and fin .-""
,,,,. i,him this time
iii,.   ,
ol
'      ..'"ibi    choose'   ,'!:���
"Ihl   "ie   good   old
' Scotia,
blBi piercing  the  heart,   toe.  Badger
W  ! declares she was amply Justified bj
husband's misconduct.
pn
ed several months ago by reason of
the opposition of the city to certain
routes over the False creek foreabore.
As the recent agreement with Vancouver bus given the line practically
;lr the foreshore desired, the V., W.
& V. Is now said to be prepared to
(:, se the deal,
Dominion governmenl requiring a
greater height for the wire across ,h _
Praser river than  the company  had
t calculated on.
Xow everything is in readiness. Two
of the four towers that carry the wire
', over the river to Ladner from    Lulu
j island  reach   the  great  height   of  320
t ei,   and   are   probably    the    tallest
wooden  towers   in   the  world.    They
ber
.Messrs. Hay. and Mor.-e ar ��� said. are bulli square, tapering towards the
to have departed for tbe west with top and are really elongated pyra-
full knowledge of the situation on the zaids. They have to he strongly
coast, and are prepared to plan the gtiyeed to prevent swaying in the wind,
enl ire' scheme of operations connect- though the lirsl. and highest gtood
ing the main line of the (iiand Trunl; ' the heaviest gale on record, which
Pacific with Vancouver before they blew last December, wlthoui a Single
ii ave. guy to support it.
thai he cruised tor tw Ive days in ihe consumption, and suggested that the
locality and he wan unable to find causes were foul conditions of air in
Laysan, It is apprehended thai the the older Bchools, and the inhalation
island has heen sunk by seismic dis-   of chalk dust rrom  blackboards.
turbanceB.   The island of Laysan was !	
Inhabited by Max Schemmer and his | Carnegie's   Munificence,
feamlly and a number of Japanese la- London. Aug. 1'..���Andrew Carne-
lmrers. The United States govern- ; gle has given J600,0C0 to King EJd-
nient tug Iroquois Ire, which is re- ward's hospital fund. The money has
turning from Midway island, will been handed over unconditionally to
search for  the missing Island. the  Hank  of England  to  be  used  as
 ��� the administrators of the fund think
MacLean is Not Free. best.    Mr. Carnegie's gift is the sec-
Tangler, Aug. in.���it has been ond largest individual gift made to
learned that Cald Sir Henry MftcLeftn, I the fund since it was founded in 1897
who has been a prisoner of Raisuli , the largest having been that, of S.
Since early In July, has not been set ' Lewis, the money lender, who boat liberty as previously reported. queather $1,250,000 to the fund. T7IE DAILY NEWS.
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at 3
Five Cents a Bar
BOTH SIDES ASSURED
Of VICTORY IN END
Key Men Are Just as Confident as Officials, Who
Declare Strike Broken.
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E   beg to call
your  attention   to   our
window   display of New
Shirts, of Foreign and
Domestic Materials,  in
attached  or  detached
The man is certainly hard to please
who doesn't take a fancy to some
of the Shirts we are showing.
We have still a few of those
SUITS at REDUCED PRICES
which it would pay you to investigate.
HLDeBECK
THE   CLOTHIER
New York, Aug. 15.���On the one
hand this afternoon officials of the
Western Union and Postal Telegraph
companies asserted that the operators' strike was broken, and on the
other the telegraphers declared they
were gaining strength, that ihere were
more than 21,000 operators out, aad
that the' strike was proving inure
successful from a labor point of view ���
than that uf 1883.
Belvedire Brooks, superintendent of
the eastern division of the Western
I'nion company, declared that the
officials had the utmost confidence'
in their power tn win ns against ihe
men. .'imi stated that no effort would
be made to prevenl a strike among
I iie 40,000 members nl' the- Order of.
Railway Telegraphers.
From th" newspaper point of view
ihi' situation was decidedly improved.
Horli companies .-aid that press matter was being promptly moved and
n;.in..' leas.' I wire's lo \ew York operated hy newspapers throughout the
country wei" manned,
The    press   associations    reported
that  their traffic was now practically
! normal.     The   Associated     P'-ess     is
| maintaining     its   customary    circuits
I fully manned in the eastern divisions.
* Se veral operators who went out have
* returned to their keys.
* Dispatches from Norfolk, Va., said
* that the operators in both the West-
* I'm   Union   and   Postal  offices  there
* had  none out.    At the Jamestown ex-
*. position   an d   Portsmouth,    Western
* l I'nion and  Postal operators struck.
* At   the   strikers'     headquarters     it
t. was  announced   that   the   conditions
* favoring a  speedy settlement  al  the
* strikers' terms were improving hour-
X ly.
;
TO THE RESIDENTS OF
SAPPERTON:
We have just   opened   au up-
to- late
MEAT   STORE
on the corner of Columbia and
Keary   Streets.
VV ��� Intend to carry onlj the
choicest of MEATS. POULTRY     and     FRESH     FISH.
Orders  promptly delivered.
Vour  patr in ige  sollcite I
J. TRA VERS & CO,
Cor. Keary and Columbl i Sts.,
SAPPERTON.
We have just opened up a nice
line of ALUMINUM GOODS,
including-
| Preserving Kettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
LlC, tlbi :���;
THE FASHION
Lie!. FEED Ai SALE STABLES
Horses For Sale and Hire
Natty Turnouts
Horses Groomed, Stabled and
Fed        	
Rigs of All Descriptions For
Hire       	
Smart Driving Horses
BELL, INGLES  &   CO.
Eighth Siren.    -   ���    Phone 250
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>J splendid    satisfaction,
>*l recommend  them.
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giving
and   we
S*fO<Mtf instantly
the brilliant newness andfiniih
Pianos, Furniture, Picture ?Z
Interior   Woodwork,   HL
Floora.andallpnlished.vaS
or enameled surface a
5,ren,tw8 a'1'1 redresses even!
thing it touches. Revarnishwf
unnecessary, becauseg scratch^
stains and dirt instantly di3a
pear, leaving a smooth, bt*
surface.��
Liquid Vmtr is rot a varnish U
a surface food that is absorbed bj
the latter to ita urinal briehfl
ness.   Easy to use - only a ni J
of cheesecloth ia necessary,
instantly.
One  delighted customer wn'tei
that it ia worth $i'i) per bottle,
The price is only 50 cents.
AfBWtrU. bottlmt 10c. ��aeh
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T.J.TBAPP & C0.,Lld.l
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Solid Gold Jewelry
Our stock of OOLD Jewelry is the lamest ever shown ia Westminster. Pearl Set BROOCHES, SAFETY PINS an.l STICK I'I .VS.
NECKLETS, CHAIN'S, BRACELETS, CUFF LINKS. It will pay you
before purchasing, to examine our stock of DIAMOND RINGS, both
in SOLITAIRE an.l combinations of other precious stones. EMERALD,   SAPPHIRE,   RUBY,  OLIVINE, &c.
We also carry Diamond Set BRACELETS, BROOCHES, EARRINGS, &c.
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Empress is Breaking Record.
Montreal, Aug. 1".���The Empress on
her voyage from Liverpool, was reported off Helh' isle lasl night at
12:30 twenty-five miles easl of Pell..
isle. She shonhl reach Quebec at I
o'clock tomorrow afternoon and thus
perform th.. fastest trip from Liverpool to ihi' ancienl capital.
I _
| W. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler I
>. ~ -       >   . Aaent for the Hamilton  Watch. fl.
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W.  E.   FALES'
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
Hotel Guests.
Guichon - F. P. Phillips, Toronto;
A. .1. Burrows ami wife, .Mount Vernon; P. B. Jones, Vancouver; .Mrs.
Roche and child, Mlnnedosa, Man.:
.1. s. Green, II. Con;.. Everett; C,
Moc .Hum. Vancouver; M. W. Mooi
ll. J. Seego, Seattle.
Windsor- J. Musselwhlte, I). Mc-
Kinnon, P. .1. Shackham, Vancouver;
ll Boudreau, Castle Rock, Wash.: .1.
VV. Peckins, Langley; A. C. Weils.
Chiiliwack.
Colonial���Mrs. Heasliak, G. A, Boyle,
Pred Perrj, Mount Lehman: A. P.
Dixon,  Eburne.
TENDERS
LADIES'
Hairdressing Parlor
V
Hairdrefting Tonic V/ashes
Manicuring Toilet Articles
Shampooing Facial Massage
Scalp Treatment Cicen
OVER WELSH STOKE, Coliiinljiii
Stree?. Enhance on Sixth streel
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1 ani 11..' pioneer Furniture an,I llnuse. Furnishings Dealer, Pun.. ..;
Director 'iinl Embalmer, and l will sell you anythlngin my line cheap
and wil! give .vou better value than you cm .ne:  in any other place
in  th" cil:.   Try me.
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretchers, the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
prices. Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up. Pre-
amtaulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
I
kind? of jnii work ami repairing ilom
,    ii icei .'in I satlsfai tlon guaranteed.
I ha e   old the block and am .-tin dolnj
and in tin' Bame old way.
mi shortesl nol Ice. Ri isoi
New goods arriving tally,
business in  the. same place
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Tenders .':;���'��� Invited by the boar I
tii.iiml;<-is  e.f the    Royal    Colum
hospital, Ne.'.   Westminster, B, C, :...
till   noun   Tuesday,   the   -Till  'la;.'  ol
August, Piii? for ilu- construction -in 1
completion of iwo buildings \b/.
Maternity  Building and N'urses II ime.
Plan,-   and    specifll ati ens      ' ;;e
seen eo  mj  office, cit.'-   hall.
i-iie v"!m;,i.s    enclosing   tenders    ;e i
p.  in   superscribed, "Bids for  IL. ,
lal   Buildings,"   W.   II.   Keary,    Esq.,
S. c.   Roj;..!  Columbian   Ho ;��il ai.
Lowesl or an.v tender ii"t neci
lly  accepted.
W.   I!.   KEARY,
SeC,    Po li el   eef    Mull l'.'
Roj al  (lolumbl hi   I! )   -en.
, New  Westmlnsier, B.C., Aug, I'. 19 -:
TENDERS WANTED
Monday, Aug. 19
A SURVIVAL OF THE
Twenty-Eigiith   Triumphant Tour
Richards & Pringle's
FAMOUS
GEORGIA
Minstrels
Introducing   the   Beg Sex   Comedians
Clarence Powell
Lee Denton
Fred Simpson
Elmer Ciav
Frank Kirk
Lester .McDaniels
and
40-Emperrirs of MinsIrelsy-49
New and   Bewildering  Sight*,   Scenes
and   Sensateons   without   a   parallel
in  the  Minstrel  World.
PRICES���$1.00. 73, 50. 25,
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Just Received:
Carload of
BRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
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Se aled ten lers will be received by
the undersigned up to n p. m. of Annus: ii', 1907, for the purchase of the
follow Ing machinery:
I medium speed Dee!;, engine center crank, I"|| h. p. driving wheel, L0
[eet iii.i. 21 Ini hes face., with Feed-
water heater, complete, In good running order.
1 clutch pulley 96 in. x L6 In, race
I 7-s bore,
I clutch pulley BC In, x 11 In. Eai e
l 7-8 bore.
1 wroughl iron rim, split, ."I In. x
12 In. face I 7-8 Lore
2 lun llghl D. C. Incandescenl <1. n t-
iiiiis, llu volts.
Machlnerj can be seen at llghl . ta
tion, Tenth street, Now Westminster,
What looks nicer than good
teeth, properly kept in
order?   Use MUIH'S
Tooth Powder
anil keep llmm clean,
T. A. MUIR
Liquor   License   By-law   1339.  Amendment By-law, 1907.
A    .... law    to   further   amen i   the
"Liquor l.i. ense Bj -law 1889."
The municipal council of the corpo
atiuu of the citj of New Westminstei
. nacts as follows:
I 1 .     Se  ': m     12     eif     \b-     ���:.: [UO!
License Bj -law l s89" is hen by    re- j
peale I   i   I  :;..'  following bu  itltuted
therefoi.
'12. Si new lifcnsL' for the sale al
ii iiiors shall be granted uuh---. In addition to the other requirements and
provisions In thai behail required by
law, a petition eer requisition for the
granting of such Hi ense, sign 1 by a
majority of tiie' qualifle I eli tors resilient within the .iivision In ��lilch are
situated the premises in n eet ol,
u hich the Hi ense is j mght, ' e delivered to the elei.. ... aci lng lerk ol
the coi .... il ..i al I be time of dellv-
��� ring to him the petition mi ni loned ln
section G of this bylaw, an I he sfiall
thereup m ti tnsmit the ime to the
licensing ... I, and the bo ir i shall
not be bound to grant such license .:
in the opinion of the m ijoi;' \ ol tin
board then present the pu die n erects
ju 31:';. a re isal, proi. ide I thai I hi ; c-
tltlon herein provided for sh ill o >',
be necessary upon any application foi
a wholesale license,    Por the pui .���' ������
FITTF^IT I  o:" "''s "" ''"" ''"' r'ty sna" '"' ���'���'''' 'ded
in' i the f illowlog divisions:
1st. All tie ei portion ee:' tie. cltj 1 ���
in^' wes' of the mi Idle of ;-":. 51 reet,
L'n.l.    All thai portion ol I;;.. city 1
Ing betfl ee the mid He ol   121 h stre I
an I the ml Idle of Sth stn
3rd. All tii.,- portion of the . tj lying between the' mid iie- of 8th street,
and the middle of Iti. mreet, in I a line
being I'. ��� ie..; hi asti Ij boundary t.t
Ith  s .-.. ���   pi iduced    '���) the    Pr i ��� i
b b.. Ali 'iia: portion of the < It) lying  "������������ ��� .ui the iiii.' I  llvlslon, a:. I ': ���
���   In astei:.      oundar;    of   Q ieeu'1
:.i'..   ..:. i   a   :::."   bl lng  : ':���    -a   !   not li.
eastei Ij   ' nun i.e:;.  of said  park, pro-
; i." i  '.. the noi thwestei ly I
"   th<   i'ii). and  t . tne Fr iser
also :!; tl ce tain pan ������: of lai .1 on thi
- eitli Bide of said river fnelu ie' I wit'
���   .it' i ... dry.
Bth.   Ali thai portion a   ". ti
Included in the divisions herelnbel i
iloscribe.l.
I _.') This '... law tuny lie cited us li.
"Liquor License'Bylaw 1889, Amend
menl Bylaw irmT."
nunc an.i passed  in open    council
this 22n I To. of .Inly. 1907.
L- 8.       W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk,
W. II. KEARY, Mayor.
J.HENLE1
Manufae <". --: ol
Mineral Waters, Etc]
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Trl.  113. OffUs. Eighth Stif
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.
INorthen
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel e.n the I'm:    .-
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rat'
yuick Time. Ex :ellentSer
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St.
AND ALL POINTS EASI
Steamuhir Tickets on sale to allE
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rat^s   Roun
Rates   to   8outnern   CallTor
For full informtion call en or wnte i
C. F). LAKG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vane   iver, B,
A. I). CH VRLTON
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC
=FINEST  AND   FAS
ft
4
EMPRESSE
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18.000  | EMPRESS OP BRITAIN (l
10   I
H. Power 1 EMPRESS OF [RELAM
Particularly   low   ra
Old   Country,        R'  ���
here for all sailing
Empress of Britain	
For particulars ai
ED, cn! i-i:'',
C.  P. ��
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"The Milwaukee'
"The   Pion'-r   Limited"  St. Paul
Chicago,   "Short   Line"  Omaha
Chicago,  "South     We l    L.mi."H
Kansas City to Chica^'
No   trams   in   thr   Si '     '
railroad  in  the  world  i   '       ',,,
equipment tliat* of the i     ���"���'"��� ' '
waukee & St.  Paul  K.
own and operate their own ^[,
nnd dining car, .... alii tl " 'rain5Jl
give   their   patrons   an    "!  l   I
service not obtainable '     'd"'rP
H. S. ROWE. General Ag����K
t34 Third St.. cor Alder. I-:<!'<":
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
City Hall,
11, 1907.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
fi w Westmlnsti r,   July
We Eat to Live
Bui at tim same time it  is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You i'.in rely upon Getting the
lil ST  OP  l'.'\ ERYTH1NO
Ladles'Gold Watches from $12.75 ni>
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watcbes,   open
face, $6.oo,
Gentlemen's Silver Watcbes,  double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for die celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
An tic Exoedltlon.   All warranted.
Chains. Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
Grand Trnrik Ry
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto.]
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Bostonj
And all the principal business c��nw
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and the
TIME PROVINi t
new yotf-
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
aiso to buffalo, New ";;���;,..
PHILADELPHIA, via Nia^��
F��r Time Tables, etc.. addn
GEO. W. VAOX,
Assistant Gen'l Pmb��i gjSjo, Dl
Agent, 186 Adams bt.. .. "h:
fci!l>
THE DAILY XEWS.
Hi
M sHI%LES
	
\\by-y
"Progress
Brand"
Clothing
Mn BIG iWE
; -i��.��, f rr   cat" sine v"'j
' 0    RENT
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THE WHITE HOUSE
'.  ���   F       . ._.. Slump
'2Tosi Bom iarv Line.
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H.   L_.   DE BECK
BOYS'
FALL CAPS
" "'"[."     s"i'".cs .-    hones I
. i ..; nesi      gooi     ������ wishes
pos   ���   ;    : .       Icll li  tn   till
..������������>-     pooi s]    am
es   we      ag ii    : Pleani   cai
e       ttntM             ..     " > ���      '. '��� OTWgl L   :
P.(       Bl        .               : :���.     ."
F . c s  SHEC       ROOMS '���...,,...
.  si     tei    l    ���    ��� ' ���:::::.....
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i                   '.. M        i .      .        .        : :        ."..':.
WANTED .......    ag< ���    business
Englishl     .    .���:���: ......    . .'   ,;. ;.: i   pos
.      .'....".'. .      e   ;���. ...     '.
. ii i -. .:  sa ;. ��� ���    bighes     'eferences
Sew Westminsti   i    ��� tu
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W.'  aw  ".'".;.:���;   ::  >-y-y;,   ���,.     ������.:.:  ftSftds
in regard :.'
..WOOLS..
having just voce ��� ed a camp et* '.������.���..- ..: I&er
lin. Shetland. V "; ; ��� ������;. and   -."...,..-..���
all shactes Also, all sizes in
Slipper Soles
<.
For Men, W omen and Children,
������ ������ ������ ���
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A. I. BIRTH
275 litlumbia Street
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In the MOTOR STYLE
50c and 75c Each
SHINY PEAKS and SELF PEAKS
:".'.-   Rj c
Nc-
IPHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL VI4,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
6-anches ghoul Canada and New I    ���     ind, and   ln   London,   England,
:. Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City     A   ien
ag   Uuee.iuess Transac ted.
Mters of Credit Issued, available witl correspondents in   ill narts of the
Wi -
������'.�� B ���-   Department.    De|vosits  re ��� vi I   n sums of Jl and upwai la
resl allowed at 2, per cent pei  annum (present rate) .   led
four : mes a year.
[fa   .(...,    ...... jif.s.ooo.nno oo.
N':v.   WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D. BRYMNER. Manager
' m ���i	
ihingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
rhe Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C. 	
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etc. mali em&li     '���������     i
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CEO,    H.    HALSE.
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coin i v.  B   C
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Great Northern Railway
$60
n. PHI. TO MINNtAPOUS
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her eastern pc nts
POR   \ I OM.FORT \:;. E  tW P TAK!    I
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
s  and tourtei sleepefs, dining t rs an.i ComMnaiton
Ol St". I :..-.ev.-   >���'. Me ae.   in   ,    lint   . fe'    On    ibt-    a   la   featte
.  ,    PAST MAIL" if anotber good traito.
P, C, MEYERS, Agent
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I School Opens On the 26th [
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ried   October   in.  1901     I       n   youn
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
ading Company
, VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturera and Deaiera in All Kinds ot
Umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
New Westminster   j
Optical Department
V large i on n|  ""'    I
:     -    .;���..���    GLASSES    Bllll
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matter ho      oung    or  ' ow   i   I
V    i    :;, IJ    ll ive   j I! I    falling   .'ii'"'    '
,   have mlxe I  sight,    It's  nil
........ have ihe npiill u
and gla   ���    to    iit anybody und
...       ..:���!.     A .     tO   le ICI ' .   "' il      we
thi m   ft  m  bo cento up.    NO
FIT NO  PA^
Telephone 12.
D. S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spectades,Seeds
INew Westminslc.r
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL I4ACH1NU anu HJNU1NE
WOXK.
SHIP SMITHING. BHUJUHI nnd
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   none,   inciudlod
Fences, Gates, Fire __.sf.'iii><!H, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In
Ttted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STKhilUT.
New Westmlnnter. tr. O. Hi.
THE QUESTION ARISES:
What kind of Shoos are you going to wear?
Answer:
Buster Brown
Blue Ribbon^ Shoes
Where are you going to buy those Shoes?
W.L SINCLAIR!
^aaaii
of course, he keeping the best line of School
Shoes in the city, and the only place where
you can get the Buster Brown Shoe, he
having  the  sole  agency   for   this   city. THE   DAILY   NEWS,
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily N'ews  Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
.fliees.   corner   of   Sixth   nni   Front
���treets, N'ew Westminster, B. C.
A'---j;
E.   A.   Paige Manager
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,    10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .0 !
the   inch.      Five   rents   per  line   for j
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents jeer line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, iOc. Wants, for Bales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office    A22
Night   Office    B22
WINDSOR SALT is a
Canadian salt ������ guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity o( imported
salts. Insifl on having WINDSOR
SALT. 195 w
: u.ixeel fat mi that sort of "policy" ap-
. plied to the southern part of the
country, and unless signs and tokens
have losl their significance, they are
! now sharpening their teeth tor a feast
I on the resourci - of the northern
' country.
FRIDAY,   AUGUST   16.   1907.
ABOUT   TAXES   AND   "ISIMS."
iel.'a   is  the  socialistic one or divide j
up  and bave a  fresh start.
We* ilo   nol   happen  to   know   hou
the particular estate in question was |
created.   It is quile possible that the
man who built  it up enjoyed    some
monopolistic privileges for which the
law did not require him���as it shouM
have   required   him���to   pay     a     fair,
quid  pro quo.    Taking particular instances,  it   would  often  be  easy    10
show   that   the   death   duty   did   but
restore to the state a papi l>-f what
belonged to it by righi;   but the facl
that   a   blundering   nile-of-thnnili   law
happens to do substantial just ice- in
this or that instance, does not  make
it  a jnsr  law.    To see what  a  blundering  and   unjust  expedient     these
death duties arc, one has only to remember that one estate may be li i-
ble to the tax but once In a century,
Toronto is sore!.. vexed by the pro
blem of providing some means by
which Its citizens can reach the wa
terfront without inclining grave rlsl
of losing their lives in crossing a network of railway track;. Bridges, to
carry the street over the tracks
and a Viaduct to carry the
tracks over the streets, arc
the plans suggested, each plan having its advocates an,l opponents. The
situation is a fine object lesson for
younger places where similar conditions are coming into existence; but
ithe chances are againsi the younger
places learning the lesson to any
practical purpose.
RING
fa
ft &*
SINGLE   STONE   DIAMOND
TWIN   DIAMOND
THREE   STONE   HOOP
DIAMOND  AND  SAPPHIRE
FIVE  STONE  HOOP
DIAMOND   AND   RUBY
DIAMOND  AND   EMERALD
DIAMOND   AND   PEAR'
DIAMOND   AND  OPAL
AND  OTHER  DESIGNS  TOO   NUMEROUS   TQ   MENTION
Taxation evokes a  good    deal    of whlle another of or|"a' '""""m  may
,    ,                                      be liable five or six times.
grumbling, and  there  is  more than a       ,  , ,
Greal fortunes come from the pos-
little lying and trickery resorted to J session of special privileges. People
for the dodging of it.    Few    neonleiho^o  1.... ,- 1 ���-  - ���-'   (.]t..;ii' eyes at]
there are who cannol be said to be
concerned aboul taxes, directly or indirectly; and yet it is very nearly
true that there is nothing of large anl
ance to the peopli
about   which   they   are  so little   con-
 ^^^^^Btain   iibiv  "
Men   will  gru
people   have   bin  lo  look   wiih
1 what is going on around them every
day, to be convinced of that. These
privileges are, In "organized society"
given   by the  law,  the    government,
  _____...^__ which   is   supposed   to be,  in   dem 1-
general   importance    to   the    people  cratlc countries, the representative of
__  e con-: the   popular    will.    The    privileges,
cerned. Thai statement of course therefore, are given by the people,
involves a certain play upon words, and if the holders were required to
ill grumble or swear at their pay a proper equivalent for the privl-
lax bill when ii conies in; but, once lege they enjoy, we should not need
it ie paid, they think little more to exact death duties, and we should
about the matter until the nexl de- get rid, with them, of a lol of other
mand; and the thing about which the! pernicious absurdities which now op-
majoritj of us show a reallj astound- press the people and clog the wheels
ing carelessness Is that study of of true progress,
methods and systems of taxation Before that happy condition is
which would equip us for intelligent brought about, however, the people I
work in the direction of reforming will have to learn that then
abuses.
A   related  point  as  1   -        "   wnl   "''   more   d
thinking   i-  api   to   be  more  or  less   violated  with impunity than  can  th
misty an ! nebulous is the real differ-   laws (,f health,
ence between  the  various "isims" of '
which  we  hear so  much  in  the dis-j     Look
cusslon of political questions���Socialism,   Toryism,   Liberalism
Renumbering Streets.
Victoria,  Aug.  15.���Good    progress
is being done in renumbering the
city streets under the new system recently adopted, The .lames bay 1.0c-
linn has been completed and Joseph
Sears, who has the contract to do the
work,  is  now  busy  working on  Fort
stre,.t  from Wharf sti t tei the Foul
Bay road. Mr, Sears expects that
he ami his assltaants will complete
the- whole' city within three months.
They have been at work for about
three weeks.
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith     Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
GENTLEMEN!
BOOM YOl'R BUSINESS BV ADVER 1
TISI.VG IN THF MORNING  PAPER. [
What is nicer than a
well-cut Suit, made of
the finest materials?
I have the finest selection of Cloths tee
choose from in V'an-
t*\   couver.
THE VER Y LA TEST STYLES
DAN STEWART I CO., Tailors
Opposite Daily
Province office
20 Lots in Sapperto
ONLY ONE BLOCK FROM THI CAR
For $3000, 1-3 C
as
115 Hastings St. W
'   peop
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I a thing as the science of governmenl  |
which    our I having   laws  which  can   no  more   be
out   for a   "policy" of    huge
rants  to railways  and  all   thai   son
A little Over $9,000
Buys one of the best available pieces of
WATERFRONTAGE on the river.   See
us about it.
and
so   of thing under the
'���i,
Corpo
man   tt .is  a   So-
fict that he ' elieved ii the !
1   of
JOM
 jv.   oj   tiling'   tinder  the  excuse    of     "ie
fo th.   Many content themselves wiih   veloplng" the more northerly distric1
the   easy criticism. ������(>, these politic-   of  the  province
i.'i.'is ar   ;ili alike:  n j.H their own in- '
'' :',s!    nd the Interesl of their party
they thin . aboul;  nol  the weifa:- ��� . :
Ibe country."   Anil, pray, who elected
the  politii lans;   win. gave- tin m place
and   power?    lu     these    democratic
'by-  the e  is ei   greal   ileal  of  truth
'" "i-   saying that, after all, the people -. :  whal they wain. ,
Thi    ii hi r .i.i,   ,u avowed  Socialisl
n-i* oh cted : . the Imperial House of
Commons, an I the ne \vs gatherers, in i
���.������'������������-   .   -   mm.:..   ..r the  "Suciaij -1
tic' : U  -  .- hich hi   m : i, pul govern
mi nl       ... ship   of   railv -.;.-   \a  th
forefront.    One   mighl  ji^t    aa    v
ri   ' as ... vi  that _,
cialist   :.- 	
^"'y '''.   ge vi ��� nnieni   I i   protei i     the |
< :   citizen -.     \gain,   th ���   Monti   ."  :.    commenting  on   a  receni
idem   ol   On    rio      ixatl m,     gets
thin -      ���  ������'.! llu   uti; i  way an un I
a   i  .  . .    Lhose   who cl is - ib
... ..��� sun e .sion duties as I
un c led In i' niacin, a - "Socialisl
The SI ir says:
"Se Fulfo 'd's   . -1 ate   dropped
into the   i Intarlo Irea    rj   .;'.:."���' ,00
n   I. _ . ..   duty;   and   i h re   . i
who       ��� i i   nk   b ������  ::ii. ;.- an
a. : ���       ...i.i II tic spolial Ion.    Bul    .1 i
i;..      ...    lo  tin       critics    th...
S nal   1    I'll:..   '    .'. 0 ii i   have   had   a
v cu     Las]   lo len re any ...siaie
,e:   ill, afte   h    .. .1 ��� 110   here 1 1 guard
it, il      wi   e nol  : ..  lhe !- gal an.l nd-
niinl '     '.      maehiner.i     which    th
pro.     ���. of 1 intu l.> provides  for thi
prol ;   .     lhat  estate,     When    a
man It   I    ori anlzed     1 ocb  ;
wl        en hlm to  hi quealli    his
properi  ,    N'ov .  If oi ganlz   1  soi lei
Is to     ip|>ort Its  benevolent  machln
en   by lalxng the wealth i;   protect;,
1  .  ���        no wealth thai it  can more I
justly tax than thai to which it gives
very  often   all   Its  value���the  wealth
lefl in heirs in an estate,
Is   n> il   1 hal   a   fine    speclnv n    ol
economic reasoning?   Passing the ab
surditj  ne talking aboul a man "leav- I
ing"   (i.e.,   bequeathing)   his     estati
after he is dead, and  the begging ol
1 he.   I, 11 stion   Involved   In    the    talk :
aboul   organized   society   enabling   a
man  to bequeath    his  property,   ex-1
limine thi   argumenl  aboul organized
socii ty -i\ Ing a value   "after all its
value"   to property jusi  passing Into
the possession of one who acquires it
by inb.'! iiance    The I lea appears to
be that property al such a time stan Is
In   some  special  danger  from   which
,,      .��� ������ d    society   established    go\
ernmenl -protects it. That, of oours<
is iiiii' tilous,   The facl Is thai the.
death dui les are essentially and rad
Icallj Boclealistlc.   Probing to the bol ���
1 hi,   one easllj   sees  thai   the  bash
BOURNE & GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
Here's a chance to build some nice cottages and
make money, as there is a great demand for
workingmen's houses in the East End at present,
Hale & Lam
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTJ
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335 . P. O. Bo\
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jTwo Teasers
1
idld   10- icre   bloc cs riting    on     Bu 1
    $100   per   .icre.     Term
��� ���    ng  on  ilu   N'orl h   Arm,  clo >e   to   I he
    $325  per  acre.    Ter
THESE ARE MONEY MAKERS
I P. PEEBLES
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Real
^^^^^^^^     Estate
% 270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 31.
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Protection is needed
for the hundreds oi*
feet that will shortly
be wending their way
to school.
ON
Our lines of School
Shoes are very complete and are made especially for us by the
very best makers in
Canada.
A Good One
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANC
���ril
Boys' School Shoes
From $1.25 to $3.00 a pair
Girls' Schoo! Shoes
From $1.25 to $2.50 a pair
Our School
Shoes will
make life
long
friends
for us.
We invite
the attention of all
the parents
to our special line of
School
Shoes.
NewWeljii gton COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stor '��� _
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW IBI
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   "J3'
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JOHNSTON'S
Sign of ths Big Electric Boot
BIG SHOE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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LIME   JUICE
25c. a bottle
$1.50 per Gallon
AT
I RYALL'S DRUG STORE
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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pi's Bargaii
largalns that cla d       .. ���
Usi  ol nioL' ���    .-,-.   nt
��� iu can, stay at   ��� ,:..
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requlri   theii
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15c   yard
rrenc).   Dress   Goods  75c
es   wide;
grej
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75c  yard
25c   each
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50c   naer
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$3.S0;     %4 ���
12.50;
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En:   .
| Special Reductions in Girls' Dress Skirts
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Here's Another Line at $1.50
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STORE    CLOSES     M     55    P.  M.
e|To H. SMITH:
: and 271 Columbia Street, New Westminster
e
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JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
<rockeryi^Glassware
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.      OUR   PRICES
ARE  RIGHT.
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ADAMS U DEANS
EASTEND
We can sell yon an entirely NEW HOUSE
"' the East End, containing 7 rooms, With
b<>th, electric light, pantries, etc., with patent
��">orf fiber plastered walls, and a nice lot.
'his can be handled with
$1,000 Cash
* �����<*������������� ����-���...��.
��� ������ and pot-      M     Boudreau   has   ;.-   i     ppolnted
... 'Is ei i   .... 11    at l !i" local G   V ft. depo
bi     ������-���.' ie        .n mencing    toda        M
. :. ���;.   came
.: estate
.
Boud .    'ie.       ������ '..i   :    station-
e    ������ '..    No the 'i    Paclfii   sti   loi
al Ca Ro       Wa ih,   having   e
nf .;.             ..:   (   ,., ���   -.,.. j ^'t   tie -. "        ��������� age    '.en   Mon-
.  ������ 'noon   '"'';''   ;,: whlcl   cl      he  Is  a  native
-   ���   coupli   o   weeks In   His v u      am '    will a   'ive In the
Inity of Evere cltj  toda;
��� ���:.   Richai     '..    ; Idi   premiei
ami   ���    ���      om    hi   island
a te ii . .:.     i     ���>���  |    'emain
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II '.>:: ���        .    up   to
.'������'     lie K &       S..e   -
- reel
' I Ughei                    Ll 'lii'il tO   wei'.'k
'hi!    ,        lothing   i .1 ish -
lent weeks
friei I.         he   eai
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easl
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& Sl   ea, ( o-
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asl three
Sco
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Gary S
here he i
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i.    ���..:   | nov   thai   we  a 'e selling
���������   class  salmon a   ���   cents a tin at
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FURNITURE AND
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100 only. Cottage Cornice Pcles,
made of white reed, 4 feet long,
with ends and brackets complete;
regular 35c.
Snap price       .      .       12*20
We have a lot of
SAMPLE DOOR MATS
suitable for bedroom and dining
room doors; made of remnants of
tapestry, with fringe, etc,
Friday and Saturday only
25c each
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and Stands, highly finished; regu-1
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slian "< Inches Boiler locomotive
type, length 20 feet, dl imeter 72
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By flames that would lay your dear home low,
So fire protection you should buy.
Yes, I have the best protection money can buy and at the lowest price.
If you are thinking of insuring, phone, write
or call for rates.
A. W. McLEOD, General Insurance Broker
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work, accomplished with the aid of the "Boston Dentists'" patented painless methods, is the best known to the profession. Our
gold an 1 porcelain crown and bridge work cannot be equalled any- $��'
where at any price,    Let us give you an estimate.
We Guarantee ail Our Work for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
Full sei of teeth $5 and up  Gold Fillings 51 and up
Gold Crowns   $5.00  Silver Fillings   5Cc
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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.
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4 lois between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Xos. 21, 24, 25 an :
j 30, close to new tram line extension.
1 $1200,  hah' cash, half six  months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, ..
splendid investment.
Lol 20, block B lacing English
church, ney lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price $ti.re(i.
160 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stump..;,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced:
1 1-2 story house lte.\2S, lean too 14x2:.
and leean too 10x22; barn 30x32 and
lean too Ltl'xl4; granary 10x10; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon'
shed 20xJ0; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 05 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue ea^t
side, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block u4, lot 9, $1000 each.
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU   WANT   BETTER THAN  THIS?
27,2 acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new bouse, I'i storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some aires
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property is only K mile from
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chickens and ducks could le sold with the
! property at a snap.
Lot 22. block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
100 ACRES  about  two  miles  from
Aldergrove station,  CO  acres  cleared
and  partly  feuced,  good   house,   barn
and stable.    Price $16 per acre; $170u
; sh, I alan ���   to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lol No. 2, Dist.
Lot 8; two cottages; soutl! side of riv-
I er, near bridge.   $300; half cash.
1 ACRE at corm:' of approach to
bridge, on the north side of same, with
store; cleared ami fenced in fron!.
J1CC0; term���$300 cash, balance arranged.
2 LOTS,   132x132,  N.-W.   corner  of
j loth Streei   and   St. Andrews.   Price
$1050; half casb.
1 LOT, full size. Block 59, Lot 8,
Sub. !); partly cleared. $200. or $150
cash.
6 LOTS FACING tth AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AXD BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
2 HOUSES on 1 lot, Keary Street,
Sapperton; 5 rooms and kitchen, wood
shed anel 4 rooms, kitchen and wood
shed. $1000 each, one-third cash, balance easy.
77.,'.S  ACHES,  black loam  land,  all '
ploughed and cleared and dyke J;    X.
E.  '<  Sid. 5.    $75 per acre, one-third
casb, one-third 3 months, one-third 6
months.
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing 8th Avenue,
I lots cleared, small house, chicken
house, 17.". chickens; fenced. Inclusive
price $1500, $1000 cash.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Second
streets. No. 5, 6 and 7. Price $400
each or $1100 for Uie three.
Full sizeel lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets;  $225.
28   acres  on    Mara   road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre    FOR    A  FEW    DAYS
ONLY.   Oue-rjuarter cash,   balance   1   Uafance*at
and 2 years at 7 %,
:; LOTS,
cleared, up .   ���.,_ AJ
tween 1st and
each.
4  l.<ITS, 2 le I
6th  Avenu.- 01 ,.     j
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four, or $300 tach;
Doubl.���    tern
1st and 2nd SI . 1 lot    pr J
cash half and I .. D  ��� ��� J
Rents for $10 e ��� nanl
40 acres '_. se tloi   11. \ :
of Tn. 2, aboul
Haworth  road, Sum y;   himJ
11- storey hou e, J
other 3 can be ad li I ttpsi Lir
shack; l% acre - h ared anJ
with clover, rc!. -   1
One mile from shingle mi: I
$1,200;. terms ball cash, f
months at 7 <:',.
Full sized lot N     12 nn R.|
and 8th St.   Price $.1050,  af
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Cth Ave. on east side;  full sized. OOx  132x132 corner 100 feel BquaJ
houses drawing J." per moottf
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less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
TAKE
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.
For  information apply to
... H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver.  B.  C.
Westminster
Transfer Co*
'.���flee 'Phone 1S5.      Barn I'none 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haitian
Offi3.1���Train Decot
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Ye.u
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call  on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
?20 Secoutl Avenue, Seattle, Waste
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, ci tn-
.prising some of the fines! residenl   .
sites in  the  city  for sale exclusively
by us.    This  magnificent  pri jeer;;.- is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue,    First    street    (facing    Queen's
'pari;-  and   Emory  street,  compri ing
in all ien  33x120 foot lots  ;.   ii -   on
j First streel at ��700 (exce] ting thi
j ner lot  facing  Fo 11 th    a /i nue    an I
First street, held at $1000); two lots
Ion Fourth avenue. ���!_! 1-2x120, at $600
per  lot;   four lo*,  52   1-2x85,  $^50;
five lots, $400.   Call at our offi ���   1 n
j Fro-.it street and inspect ; lans.
\e>. 3i S. ' - oome ! ho ise, ������. ':i I ath
room, corner of Gth and Agne 1 SI
Price $4,000; terms ���.. cash, 1 nce
3 in: 1 ii months al 7
House, full sized lot, on Kear.i
streei. Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,1' ', i ,1-.  ti  ms.
120 acres, E 1-4. section 25, township 9, Maple Ridge, 1 barn 70x78 ft.,
1 barn 38x70 ft., C-room house, all
nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres
under cultivation; balance as pasture..
easily cleared. 2 acres of orchard:
good rich bottom land; 2 good wells
and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
balance easy.
House 30x42, 4th St., between Ith
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, anil bath room
down- sti Irs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized lol running lack to Ash Sr. Price $3,800:
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
at 7 per cent.
2'j2 storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern Improvements; lol 66x132;
lane at bacl;; part of lot set out with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1 let No. 24 in 13th. .-treet south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
both, half cash,  balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
I        $2,500
months.
160 S.K.  M of Si ction I   I
10 acres,partly clean   . Kai -..^
running through; goo I road
north   of  Webster's 1 orner;
mill and P.O. al thi wesl
ber worth $7 per acre; ce iarj
4 miles    from    Porl   Hane
$2,100; terms $1,100 casi      1
ranged.
Seven   roomed   house  all
modern improvements, north
I side of Hamilton St.   $1500
1 j 1-2 cash balance easy  at   7
��� e per cent.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, fi5 faces
on Mh avenue, next to Gunns ranch,;
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
bouse,   chi.ken     house,     175    choice
chickens; horse and rig; $1500 cash.-
1 1-2 lu.use, 6 rooms and flush
closei on 4th avenue, one lot from ^nd
strei ; i n south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 j ".- ent. Size of lot 55x165.
$350 1...h, bal no  on e: -;  terms.
Lots 16, 17 ant] U0 of 11 of 3. Price
?500 '��� r thn e or ?lTr, each; 1-2 cash
1.    ���: 1   6 mi nths al 7 per cent.
��� I lol 1 n  Royal avenue, be-
tv '���''���': :'    rth .... : Men Ivale; all clear-
1 I, $1 200. $800 cash
Aci eagi on Vancouver road, corner
0! Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage Is si Hit.' '    ��� al this price.
No. 30 ��� :.'. med House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; '...
��� at ii,  !.alance 3 and tl mos. at 7 r'<.
160 ai:<s, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th stn ��� t, between   7th and  Sth  aver l( s.
; I,.: size lot, block 0, lot14,
Pt. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, 55%xl66, Tenth Btreet,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
2 houses corner ot Merrival and
Acnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot ll: one house rents for $25, thei
other $1": flush closets an.! all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
fash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 an 1 18
months at 7 'bt.
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Lots  14   and   15 of  1  of 6    of    .4
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance G months at 7 per cent
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street if 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, C months at 7 per ceut.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enrjuiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located In a commmanding
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house, Tew rooms 1 recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane In rear; pari of lot
-' I out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott, road, IB acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
One acre in block ��
tween 18th and 16t|
on  8th Ave.    Price
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
Large lot and two i I
lumbia street, Sapperton,   B    |
at $10 each.
One and one-half store;      \
full  size lot,  situated nortb
Royal avenue and corner of Mil
street;  9 rooms;  bath room, ll
cold  water, closet;   woodshi
bearig   fruit  trees;   stre |
sides;   line   view.    Prle e $1.8( .
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., betw \\
and 3rd Ave., secon I
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all < J
alongside and back Pi >l
half cash, balance easy al i
One lot No. 12 on Roya! Ave|
third lot from Eighth street, $1,
for sale exclusively.
150 acres Improved Iin I.
and sheds complete, near Cl i   '
all  under cultivation, $15,000.
can   handle  this, don' fl
bargain; terms can be a
Part of lot 369, joins Lnl \
ahout   70   acres,   onl)   ������-'
Half cash.   Jump.
2 lois, 20, 21;  No. 20, $'7��: N"
(corner)   $175.    Durham
streets.
��rFor  the  above'  f  '���
special price will be made to
chaser.
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone   333
Front Street
Telephone_jj*3 16. 1^07.
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sifi.ite, lying and !>eing in the District!
of New Westminster, in the Province;
of British C ilumbla, more particularly,
Known and described as lot 7, subdlv-
Ision of Northwest quarter of Section j
19. Township 2.
You and each of vou are required
OF   CANAOIAN     HOME-   tQ contes,  ^ claim ���,  ..���,  Ux pur.
chaser  within   forty-five  days    from
cense    will be    issued, also    printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
Tenders   for   Licer.se   to   Cut  Timber  office of the Crown Timber Agent  at
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
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,Capital $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
fciLKER. President ALEX,   LAIRD   General   Manager.
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
able Dominion Lauds with-
Railway Belt in British Colum-
bla, may be bomesteaded by any person who , the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to
'!l" of   one-quarter   section of
160 acres, more or les
1 must be made personally at
tbe ical land office tor the district in
whii h the land 13 situate.
The homesteader is required to perform '.he conditions connected there-
wlth under one of the following plans:
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
t(  by au accepted cheque on a chartered
. bank in  favor of the Deputv  of the
the  Comlssioner ot  Dominion Lamls,   ,,.,..,,._.    ��� ,,     ,  .   ,       ..    ".,
, Minister of the  interior,  tor the am-
the date  of  the  first   publication   of IDepartment of the Interior, and mark- :0Unt of the bonU8 which the applicant
SEALED TENDERS   addressed
this notice upon you. otherwise I shall
register Margaret Robson, as owner
thereof in fee. Anel I hereby direct
that publication for thirty days in a
daily newspaper published at New
Westminster of this notice will be
good ami sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim- 1 is prepared to pay for a license,
ber Berth No. 525," will be received at!    Tn* highest or any tender not nec-
this Department until 12 o'clock noon
j cessarily accepted.
on Wednesday, the 23th day of August
1907, for a license to cut timber on
Berth No. 525, comprising lands situate in the Province of British C'olum-
New Westminster, Province of British |,jia. and described as follows;
Columbia, this 18th day of July, A.D., ���     Timber  Berth   No.   52j,   comprising
1907. j the North half of section 29, West of
C. S. KEITH,        i Mara Lake, the North half of section
District Registrar.     ; 29, and all section 32 in Township 20,
To Fredrick Throssell and H. Burton.   Range S, West of the (ith meridian,
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, July Sth, 1907.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT.
Take notice that I, Henry Grose, of
All persons served with this notice,  containing an area of 185 square miles  Vancouver, B.  C., timber cruiser, ia
ii)    At least six months' residence J anil those claiming through or under i more or less.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
��� facility afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
or taken  for collection.
IvKlNG I!V  MAIL��� Deposits   ma.,  be made or withdrawn oby mall.
���L, jccoui      receive every a;tentiou.
Epp WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS  YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   BANK   WITH
Th,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVEF.
45,000,000
We  welcome small ac ints and paj inl I four times
lyeai   n Savings Bank deposits.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Manager.
It ���������������������   ^   *   ���;���   ���   p*******   **���*
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itiS
Ladies,, Win
$15���or���$10
E*SlERBROOK  MILLING  CO., Eburne,
opPER  two   PRIZES - First, $15;   Becond,  $10,  ���'"'
t loaf of bread exhibited al the  forthcoming Pn
��� :i1 Exhibition, made with their celebrated
'toPERIAL   FLOUR - IMPERIAL
[ ' entrance fee needed-all that is necessary is that lhe
'''���"' be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
���LOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
Telephone 333.
'-IT  STREET
New Westminster,
upon aud   cultivation of   the laud in
i'" b ��������� er for three years.
12)    If tbe father (or mother, if tbe
ta Is deceased), of the homestead-
les u;ion a farm In the vicinity
land entered for, the requlre-
. - i 1 re .Men e m iy be satisfied
them, an.l all persons claiming any
Interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, ami all
persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whose title is
no; registered uneler the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be for-
The berth must be surveyed within
��� year after the date of the notice
awarding the   berth.
The  regulations  under  which  a   11-
ten.l   to   apply   for   a   timber   license
over  the   following  described     lands,
I situate in the Coast District:
1���Commencing at a post    planted
cense will be issued, also printed. at S. E. corner thereof and situate
forms of tender ami envelope, may be' about 20 chains distant in a N. E. dir-
obtained at this Department or at the
eetion from the S. VV. corner of sur
-.'I..1.    nBNim   w,iri:���,    a-it*.   tho  ev���t estoppel and debarred from set-  office of the Crown Timber  Agent at . ,
;,..,;'  .:, . . :.'   ���e,"'U'    ^  tUe   ting up any claim to or in respect of \ New Westminster. B. C. ���yed lot ^"' ""nce north 160 chains
'")    If the settler has his perman-
1 esldence uipon :' irming lan 1 own-
������!   ij him In the viclnltj of his home-
���'   id,   the   requirements   as  to resi-
������     :   ...     .  - Ltlsfled   by residence
d the sai i 1 ia 1.
Six months' notice In writing should
ie given to the   Commissioner of Do-
the sai.l land so sold for taxes as provide! by the "Land Registry Act.
be  accompanied
thence west 40 chains, thence south
Each tender  must
by an accepted check on a chartered  160 chains, thence east 40 chains.
R- .South West quarter of Section j bank  ln  favor of the Del)Ut-V of the;    2���Commencing at a post planted at
28   Township  16    New    Westminster j Minister  of the Interior, for the am-   the   south-east   corner   thereof     an-
ount  of  the  bonus   which  the  appll-   about  ]Q0   chalng   ^^ [n   a
District���All that pan of the South
East Quarter of said Section lying to
the North and West of Lot 47, Group
2, and all that part of the North East
.inion Landa al  Ottawa of intention  Quarter of said  Section lying to the
��� . apply for patent.
Coal lauds may be purchased at $10
er acre for Soft coal and $20 for an-
West of Lot f!r,6, Gioup 2.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
A   Certificate  of   Indefeasble  Title
W. W. CORY,
thraclte.      Not more than   020 acres  to the above property will be issued to
in be acquired by one Individual or   Margreta Jensen, on the 19th day of
company.   Royalty at the rate of ten  August, 1907, unless in the meantime
ots per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be '; a valid objection  thereto is made to
collected on the gross output, I me in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein,
1 or in any part thereof.
Deputy of the Minister of the In- ^,   g   KEITH,
terlor. District Registrar of Titles.
B.-Unauthorized   publication of   ....j  Registry  office,
advertiser   it    will  1   '  be paid       New   Westminster,   B.   C,  July   18,
i 1907.
The   person   or   persons   having  in
"���-Wf,*^ their custody  or possession  the fol-
lowing Title Deeds relating to the said
eroperty are requested to deliver the
SEALED   TENDERS   addre      .   to  same  to the  undersigned.
X
���i-|.
tor.
cant is prepared to pay for a license.
The    highest  or any    tender    not
���necessarily accepted.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, June 29th. 1907.
Conveyance dated 9th May, 1894,
from Thomas Graves Gregson tei Elizabeth   McGregor.
A.   WHEALLER,
42 Lome Stree;.
New Westminster, B.C.,
Solicitor for Applicant,
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Phone 101
REICHENBACH :
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.   \
lesale and Retail Butchers \
Columbia   Street
FOR VOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
��� he inde signed, and en I n -������ I " renter for Eh I ��� El vator, Calgary,
Alta., Public Building." will bi re eiv-
e ! at this BJ .. until Frl la; . A igust
2, 1907, inclusiv fo th cons ic-
'...-.>. ee:' in electri ,:���-������ il ir ' the Cal-
g iry, Alta., Public B iii ling
Plans   tendering   are   notified   thai
������ a lers will not  be conside        mless
[signed with thei    .    ial signatures. 	
Each teuder mus     1      c mpanied      ne east  portion  (62 4-10) acres of
i .;. an accepted  :heque on a chartered   the  fractional  south  east quarter of
bank,  made  payable  to  the order   if  section    16,    township    24.   Whereas
I the Honourabli   the Ministe   0   Public   .  ,0�� of the loss of certificate of title
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)   number 1416P, issued in the name of
,1   the amouni   of  thi   tender,   which   Ralph Slddale has been filed  in this
ie forfei    II pari    tend    -   office.
Ing decline.to 1 it<     Inl    a  con Notice is hereby given thai  I shad.
when called  upon  to   lo  so, or 11 ..  ;;,,, expiration  af one month from
fail to complete the work conl      '��� I   t[le date o�� tjie first publication hereof,
for.   If the ten Ier   e aoi   1   epted the
... will   ie rei irne I.
The Dei;'-'   ":'    ���    ~   ���     bind itsell
1 , aci 'pi th ��� I iwesi   er an;   ten li r.
Bj 01 i ������'.
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Departmi nl of P il lie Wo    -.
Ottawa, .1 il;   1, 1907.
Newspapers will nol be paid I     thia
idvi rtisemenl  If the;   insert   It  v Ith-
:   autboril    : ���  .. the De artment.
aorta
direction from the south-west corner
of surveyed lot -135, thence north 8ll
chains, thence south bu chains, thenci-
west SO chains, thence south SO chaim
theuce east So chains, containing 010
acres more or leys.
3���Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner thereof au..
situate about 120 chains distant in a
north-westerly direction from the
south-west corner of surveyed lot 495,
theuce north So chains, theuce west
I SO chaius, thence south SO chains,
SEALF.i:    MNDH-RS addressed tu the thence east SO chains, containing tilt)
Commissi'.:: "    of   Dominion    Lands, acres  more  or   less.
Department o. thi   luterior, and mark-      4���Commencing  at a  post  planted
.. if     ....     I at the south west corner thereof and
ed on the euu.dope    lender for iim-1
1 at the north west corner ot surveyed
Ten
for License  ...  Cl''. ~r':~.2e.r
neon Lands in ine f.-.jv.r.c:
��� Columbia,
ber Berth No. 524,"    will be received
lot 495, thence north SO chains, theuce
at this Department    until  12  o'clock1 east SO chains, theuce south SO chains,
noon on Wednesday, the 21st day of thence west SO chains, containing 040
.        .   ,��������   e        ,- .   ��� .������  lucres more or less.
August, 190i, for a license to cut timber on Berth No.524, comprising lands,    ''-Commencing at a post    planted
situate in the Province of British Col- > """th-west   corner,   about   80   ehains
,. ,   ,       ...        ... .distant in a northerly direction from
umbia, and described as follows: ,
j the north east corner of lot 4'j.j, thence
Timber Berth No. 524,    comprising east    40    chaills   lhence    SQUth    lli()
Legal   Subdivision   14  of Section 12, chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
Township G, Range 7, West of the 7th'north 100 chaius, containing 040 acres
In  the  Matter   of   the "Trustees   and
Executors Act." and In the Matter
of the Estate of Augustus William
Lundbcin, Deceases.
All i    suns Laving ai    claims
:,.. ii i- againsi I      1 -' ���'���' of Aug
Wiuiani Lun ihon    ite <    Sui       1 ei ���
...,(  British   C iluni ' 1,  decease I,   are
herebj   r   1 :!-; '   *'" -   ,:"' ''���"������
:, rsigned their 1       a an ;   1 i'i:" -
Issue .���  duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid ob-
|i eti r. be ma le to me ta writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, B. C, July 0,1907
Tenders    for  License to Cut    Timber
on  Dominion Lands In the Province of British Columbia,
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to
���  ,. Comn issi mer of Dominion Lands,
.   . ir :���   a:     of    the'    Interior,     and
irki ; on the envelope "Tender for
rimber Be 'th    No. 526."   will be re-
lvej    ��� Department   until    l'-
Meridian, containing an area   of
acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
one year after the date of the notice
awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
offlce of the Crown Timber Agent at
New Westminster. B. C.
40 I more or less.
HENRY  GROSE.
Locate;] duly   0,  1907.
THE MISSION LUMBER CO.
���	
NOTICE OF.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE  is hereby  given  that  the
partnership heretofore subsisting be-
1   .-:, ���. a accompanied  tween Joseph Cameron    .in, Joseph
Mark   McDonald     as   "The     .Mission
by an accepted cheque on a charten el
bank in favour of the Deputy of Hi.' Lumber Company" of the District of
Minister of the Interior; f r the am- .\L.���- Westminster lias been dissolved
ount of the bonus which the applicant by mutual consent as ot the 29th day-
is prepared to pay for a license. 0f .lune, 1907.   All debts owing to the
The highest or any tender not nee-j said partnership are to be paid to
essarily accepted. (Joseph Cameron of Sapperton in the
No tender by telegraph will be en-   District of New Westminster and all
.(irijn,, j claims against the said partnership are
PERLEY G   KEYES to     '10     presented     to     the     said
Secretary.
Departmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa, June 25th, 1907.
lock
noon  .'ii   Wednesday,  the   lib. Tenders    for License to Cut    Timber
,1 ,��� of S iptember, 1907, E ir a license
to 1   t on '>..'.������ u No, 526, com-
on Dominion Lands in the Pro
vince   of   British   Columbia
... ,,.;��� panicula -   0! their   claln        rising lands situate in tiie Province
���m.i ih" nature ' E th ���   securities I
.   Britiih Columbia, and di scribed as  Lhe Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
11  '.vs: ���
Tim er   B erth   No.  5^
lhe   North   half of tho
SEALED   TENDERS
of 11
Department    of    the    Interior
and
comprising
nj 1  held by them,   Iul;   verlfb d, on
or before the 3lsl    daj    of    August,
1907, ,.       ,      ���     ,    ,.   ,   Timber   Berth   No, 527," will be re-
Notice Is hereb   liven that after the! *��   N'ortJ    ial   0l lJ* ^'J^t celved at this Department    until    12
3ald date the executors will pi Ito ^arte. �� Jc��     ^ containing an ��'olo<* ����>" ��n ^'Uu'sday. the  Ith
,;.,,;,,.,, the said estate amongst the     '  ��� day ol September. 1907, for a license
laving regard ���'" ���' '" Sl acreB' '1"'        LBa ' (to cut timber on Berth No. 527, com-
The berth must be surveyed within
Joseph Cameron by whom the same
will be settled.
Dated al New Westminster this Loth
day   of July,   1007.
Witness: .IDS. CAMERON
j. 11. .ioiinson.   .1. m. Mcdonald
SEALED TENDERS    addressed   to
ie undersigned, and endorseJ "Tender Cor Public Building, Cumberland,
B. (.'.." will be received at this office
until Monday, August    19, 1907,    in-
eleisjvei;.. for the construction   <u' a
addressed to public building, Cumberland, B. C.
Plans and specification can be Been
and forms eif tender obtained at this
1 artles 1 ntlth d thereto, h
,,,,. to the claims of which they shall ine Derm musi   >.��� survwu ""���"'" l prlSing iand8 situate in the Province
,,,,',',, have bad  notice, and they will one year after the date of the notice j ()f Brmgh ColumblJli aIui described as
,.,'.'.���'. uable for the proceeds of the awarding the berth.                              follows:���
,   .                  ..,���    jo   .;;.. The regulations under which  a 11-'
touted to an    pers ..   if whose claim cense   will be   issued,   also   printed
marked on the envelope 'Ten ler for department and on application to the
postmaster at Cumberland.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made   on   the   printed   form   supplied,
Timber Berth No.
and  signed  with iheir actual signatures.
[���.ach tender must  ne accompanied
by an accepted check on a chartered
commencing tjan]Ci made payable to the order of the
>hev had nol notice al the time of dls-  '"rms of tender and envelope, may be
1 ,, obtained al this Department or at the
Wbtitlon thereof. oftice of the Crown Timber agent at
rtnte 1 th 3 24th da ��� of July, 1907.    : .
F w HOWAY,        New Westminster, B.C.
Sollclt0r for John McKenzie and John     "ac* "nder ����'*< "" accompanied
Churchland,
esl ite,
executors    of    B 1 rve
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
'bank in favour of the Deputy of the
'Minister Of the Interior, for Ihe amount   Of  the  bonus   which   the   appli-
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT. 20
TAKE NOTICE that application has canl is prepared to pay for a license,
been made to register IMargaret Rob- The   hlghesl   or   any   te-,, lev   not
9on as the ownei In Fee Simple, under nocessarilj accepted,
,' Tax sale Deed trom 'i'he. Corpora- No tender by telegraph will be en-
tion of th ��� Township or Districl  of lertained.
Surrey, to Margarel  Robs in, bearing
,,,,, the 7th day of November, A D.,|
,, 1 ,.; .,"; and singular thai certain Departmenl of the Interior,
��� e, Qj  ...,,. 0j |an!j ftnd premise Ottawa, July Oth, 1907
iii the West end of the most. North- ),()I,ol.:lt.io the Minister of Publto
erly boundary of Timber Berth 290; works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
thence East, along sai 1 North bound- uf []w aln0UIlt of the tender, which
ary of Timber Berth 200, 2') chains,' wl��� be forfeited If the party tender-
more or less, to the West boundary of lng decline to enter into a contract
Timber Berth 378; thence North, j When called upon to do bo, or If he fall
along sahl West boundary of Timber (o rf)m,,i,.u_ t),e work contracted for.
I Berth 378, 120 chains, more or less, to l If th(, len(ler i,e not accepted the ch. ck
[the shore of Pitt Lake:   thence West   wl��� bo returned.
cliains. more or less, to equal
length of South boundary: thence
South 120 chains, more or less, to
point, of   commencement    containing
an area of 'JU  1. res, more or less.
The departmenl does not bind Itself
to accept the lowesc or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secret ary.
PKKI.KY O. KEYES,
oecretafy.
The berth musl be surveyed within  Department of Public Works.
one year afti".- ihe elate of the notice.    Newspapers Inserting   this   adver-
away ling the  berth.
lisi'inent   without  authority  from  the
The regulations  under  which a  li-   department, will not be paid for ',',. t
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m\\m and 3 Cleared Lots
in West End, close to tram line; frontage
on two streets;  5 rooms;   cement foundation; water in tke house; cellar.
Price   $1600. Enquire for terms.
For Sale exclusively by
W. J. KERR
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Fire  and   life   insurance  agent,    Resl Estate Broker
276-278 Columbia St, Westminster.B.C. Phone 170
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SOLDIERS FIRE ON
RIOTOUS IRISH MOB
Friday.
august
Searchlights Turned Upon
Unruly Crowd ��� Bayonet
and Baton Charges.
$1,000
will buy 160 acres in Maple Ridge municipality. We don't mean $1000 for the first
payment, but $1000 ALL TOLD.
You can double your money on this inside of 6 months.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ua
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
li Underwood        Empire
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v Typewriters:.
���AT
J.J.MACKAY & COS
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
and NEWS DEALERS
Belfast, Aug. 1.5.���Searchlights were
flashing on Belfast last night as a
means of protection against moles,
many gas mains having been cut The
lights were operated by a fully equipped company of Royal Engineers,
numbering eighty men, who have six
large searchlishts. The railway companies rushed the men from Alder-
shot, and they did duty under rivif
authorities. During the riots lasi
niiilit two men and a woman wee-
killed. Barbed wire was strung on
some of the streets to entangle the
cavalry and the gas mains were cm
by the rioters during the night.
Men, women and youths participated with the greatest zeal ln th.
stone throwing which began at sh
o'clock and lasti l until midnight. Fe.'
hours the soldier saml police were
subjected lo an almosl continuous
bombardment. Repeated bayonet and
baton charges were made but they
did not seem to terrify th. crowds,
enraged as they wer, agiainst the
soldiers.
The soldiers were at times beaten
back to their I.ase and foi a period
it looked as if the rioters would succeed in gaining the upper hand. It
was only after every effort had been
made to defeat the attacking party
that the order to fire was given.
The volley momentarily checked
the mob. But very speedily the people renewed their labors with greater
intensity than before. A second volley proved the determining factor of
the fight. After it had been fired the
spirit of the mob was broken and tin-
police were able tr cope with the
rioters.
The Irish trades unionists have
given notification of their willingness
to r.rbltrate the difficulties. The
board of trade of London will meet
the unionists half way and try to
settle the tro il le.
We Close Our Sail
Saturday Night
The general reductions on our stock will cease Saturday night, .,  i th,.
will be busy opening up new goods.
���������������������������������������������������������������
The "Stay Satisfactory" Range.
"An abundanceof hot water,"
says thc Monarch man, "is
quickly obtained and easily
ke pt because of the very large
he ating surface of the Monarch
pin extension water front. It
is located on the left side of
the fire box and docs not interfere in the least with the per-
tret working of the oven."
South African Medals.
The we.r office has sent out the
following: It is notified that claims
to-South African war medals from
civilian- employed during the late
campaign, will no; b. entertain I after the 31st day of Di ce ml er, 1907.
Anv applicatii ns for thi si decorations
before that date sin.aid be addres-se I
to the secretary, war office, Leondon,
S. VV., accompanied by full pai ti ila i
as to the nature of the dui li s pi -
formed, the corps ti - hi. h ibe api li-
c.aiit was atta.-he,!, with thi names of |
any office.rs un lei whosi inarm
orders  hi   sei . ��� I,
We invite inspection of our Ranges
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Paints and Oils 187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
tar Agents for   "KLEENO" tt
Rossland, A r. 15.���John (V. o
was instantl.. kill) i in thi Whiti Bi...
shaft .it   I . this    :'.-. ne on     He
was riding in th -; ia and a< ci lently
fell out whe.:] n ar I he ; 10-fool li rei,
and went h irling down the shaft to
the 1000-foi ' level, striking againsi
the side-, on ��� .e way, His hi a 1 ivas
almost si ven ' From hii hi d . and
the body was badly mangled. He
was a native 0f Italy, aged 24 years,
and has lived in this camp foi the
past   eight   y. ars.
Nature'.
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
i;��� ne ..ei  Repairing
-Tke-
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ri ie... s, Stoves and all kirn!.- i f
FURNITURE,
Columbia and Front Sts.      Phone 275
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
New Stock Patterns
- OF -
DINNERWARE
JUST OPENED
 AT	
2 Transcontinental Trains 2 MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
DAILY
Excursion  rates to all  points  East
July 3rd,  4th  and 5th;    August 8th,| Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA
8th and 10th.   Tickets good for three j Stable for wedding gifts.
months. ; _
ED v. Th.%n,  : 500 Cords of Ian Bark Wanted
New  Westminster. ; ^t ^
IHE MORNING MB 15 THE BESirra,er Rlver Tannery
PAPER FOB ADVERTISERS.      j   Highest Cash Price Paid   !
Object
Lesson
How many in this life are like
the butterfly who lives; In the
��� ii.jii.win nts and pleasures ol the
present, with no though! of the
morrow, and how few, comparatively, are like the anl which
continually labors, preparing for
that rainy day or cold weather
which is sure to com< -
No, the "Butterfly" man is not
a success. It takes a "Hustler"
to get on in the world. Start it
now. We can show you choice
investments in City and Farm
Properties. Now is the time to
start. Buying now will insure
good profits. We can show you
how, by buying right, 'tis easy
to make
Money in Real Estate
Friday and Saturday we are clearing out certain odd lines at such low
that there will be no occasion to mention what's left.   Just a ment''
special snaps here.
on of tl
ii New Lot of Women's and Hisses'
Neckwear Included in Our Closing
Sale Bay Bargains.
We are overstocked in Women's Brand New
Neckwear, such as Wash Collars, I.ace Collars, Turnovers, Ties, etc.
Our orders were duplicated through an oversight,
and sooner than be unfair and return a portion of the
shipment, we are going to place this new lot, which
has just been marked off, on sale Friday and Saturday at reductions of from 20 to 25 [ier cent. _
See our small show window for a few style.-.
White   Lawn Collars in immensi
lar prices 26c, 45c, 66c to $1.    Saie j
Lace Collars, regular prices 33c, 60c, 75c, $1.00.
Sale price, each. l^e, 40c, 60c and 80c
Embroidered  Linen Wash Collars, regular 25c,
35c, 65c and $].     Sale price, each	
 20c, 25c, 50c and 80c
regu-
price
  -". 50c arj
Every Line of Neckwear in
$1.25 and $1.50 Shirtwaists lor si
The balance of one lot of Whiti Sl ������.-., ��� j
we have been selling during thesi J
are only about 26 left and they an  mostly in sizi
40 ami 42���not the  best  selling  sizi ., we
them out Friday and Saturday, ea h
Women's Wrappers 95c eacl
Only a dozen or so left, and to ens
none left Saturday night we have marked themaj
low price.   Regular  values $1.50 to $2,   Frida
Saturday, each	
Women's Wash Suits, were $3.75���14
Now  $2.50
In our determination to clear out every liJ
Summer Goods we have not considered the costol
articles. The prices on these suits new represent
than the cost of material. Sizes 32to38; regular p|
$.'1.75 to $4.50.    Friday und Saturday, ea :.
No goods on
approbation or
exchanged during the sale.
Everything as
advertised.
W. S. Collister & Co.
247 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
KYLE'S
Good Cheer Store
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SPECIAL VALUE
IN GROCERIES
Tomatoes 2 tins for 25c
8 Bars Royal Brown Soap for 25c
Choice Creamery Butter 30c
Hams from 18c
Best Bread Flour from $1.35 to $1.60
:-:    FRESH GROCERIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION    :-:
DR Y GOODS
A large consignment of Dry Goods just arrived:
Umbrellas, Socks, Shirts, Sweaters, Underwear, Calicos, Sheeting,
Pillow Cotton, at lowest prices.
Complete Stock of Leckie's Well Known Boots and Shoes.
PHONES    88���109
Kyle's Good Cheer Store
THE HOME OF PLENTY
Phone 276  255 FRONT STREET  Phone 276
Orders carefully made up and delivered to all parts of the city.
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