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 fhite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
Columbia St.
.X
VOU MK, !>, NUMBER 154
La.
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
N$W WESTMINSTER, B. C
1	
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY MORNING, JULY <i. 19071
^>    i7 (4b,7^ PER WEEK
U. SMLE
S SIGNED
HOSPITAL    PLANS.
New Furnace   Needed    at   the
Columbian.
MANY WILL ATTEND
Royal
The Grim Aftermath.
[//,Sperling, General Man
ager
A special rtsll timing com
mittee Of the   Ro   .. ........ hospj
M w111    be PaW    to that   Institution
withiD th<   * ���' '���      la     foi the pur-
Pose "'    looking    into the   matter ol
r  of 5. C E. /?.,  ancf erecting a new   furnace,   the present
heating apparat .-    . ,: . :... f.,���n Bat.
isfactory.     n j.  ���.,. |ntention ol  the
lov'.es Ratify Agreement   ��ard of managers    to pul In a   new
  firnaee. if j, can be   done in Buch
way "-a' it ca i ] ised for the ni w
building aft, . | | erected, and il Is
:; ":���'���:' to Ji te rmine this that the
building   comn tte<     will   Inspect  ei,.
building.
A'  :i -;���'���' la   : ie ��� ting e.f   the board
of managers hi Id on W< dnesd
eral matters of importance In conm
Hon with the :-  i wi :.. d
debited  Sail was Instructed t��      i
pare plans and speclflcatio���
���  le to call for tend.;, fo   the
Eight Delegates from Em
OO!) ADVANCE IN WAGES
forotiations Carried Out
With Both Sides Working
In Harmony���Schedule is
to Expire July 1, 1910.
Chi :ago, July 5.��� The Tribune to-day says:
Thirty-seven men,  women and children are dead
and 2,153 are maimed, lacerated or burned as a re- ;
suit of yesterday's exercises of patriotism  in the
United States.   The number of dead does not in- j
elude five drowned during the day.    The roster of ;
the dead is four more than last year's mortalities.
Committee Arranges for
Picnic to Bellingham
SCOURING EAST
FOR TALENT
:',
���wing of ths signature of  bu'Wing of the maternity cottagi  and  picnic ths   ������ .,
ng, manager ol the B. C.  "'" "UrS,'s' "nr',!" '    Ten(5e��   will     ���
called for   in the course o    the ������ xi
,:, Lhe one part, tin.! eigh   de-   ,������,        , " x-
few  weeks,   as both buildings are to
senting  the  New   West-   be completed before the winter. While M;ti""  'V'y
linstei   th<   Vancouver,  tiie Victoria  the new building    Is being built    tho  ficials    I  ti      iifferent  transportation
nd thi    L ilu   Island   unions  of   tli
"To Bellingham bj  bout," seems tei
be  the  popular  Idea  for the citizens
The committee ap-
l ��� Inte I te   ..;:���::! to the transportation pari  ���' thi   excursion, have been
ati ly, and the high of-
L,   . ...      :  the  company,    on  the ' ' : '   '
i a   three-year
llfii :   yeslrerday
thei ara
'esent maternity cottage will be used  companies have been interviewed. As  P!.inceS3  Royal, and  i! is more tjan
near  as  can  be learned,  the  propo- ble that  the efforts of the com
Those preseni al    tiie-
' C. E. Convention   at   Seattle   Attracts
Many From B. C.
The  delegates   who  were  to attend
the Christian Endeavor convention to j
: e   held In Seattle from July 1 to July
15, have decided to make fn.' trip to Jrving   Beers    Takes    Miss
the Queen City by boat, as they have
been   unable  to secure  special   rates
Dver the railways, neither road offei
.im; them  anj   Inducements to travel
'over their lines. As a resull the Iroquois has I ei n speclall) chartei ed
and will leave Vancouver on Tuesday morning i I seven o'clock, The
fare is to be $. for the round trip,
and ei largi n imi ei will avail them-
si Ives of the cheap rate.
\ special rate hei1- als i been obti n-
ed from the B. C. E. R. from this
city tee Vancouver, but before the reduced price tickets .are issue,], all delegates musl show their certificates.
Over 90   certificates   have'   boon   dis-,
osed of in Vancouver, while 25 have
���   this class of excursion does not lie(...   ta,..,,.  up   by   x.,w Westmlnster
meet with the encouragement people. A large number have also ed young Soutnern actress, has enter-
many, and thai  the price asked by !">en issued i Victoria, and altogether ed Into partnership with Irving Beers,
pailwaj   companies   is   too   steep it. is expected  that   the Iroquois  will i and will assist him in running the Op-
,,   consdered.    Strenuous    efforts carry about   two   hunvlred   people To jera   hoU6e   in  -N,.w   Westminster,   on
i.e ������>   being   made   te:  secure   the Seattle.
will   .:��� I   ;es ri eusly  enti rtained
���  several   reasons,  the chief  being
Marjorie Rambeau Into
Partnership for Management of Opera House.
WISELY KNOWN ACTRESS
West Failing to Provide
Attractions for Local Playhouse, Lady Takes Trip to
New York for Performers.
Miss Marjorie Rambeau, the talent-
agreement   Wednesday w
afternoon   by in the chair.   Mrs. Hill, T, Gifford, M
��� k   rates  of   wages   for  that   P. 1'.. Marshall Sinclair. I., a   Lewis
���lames Johnston, w. h. Kear\  secretary, and E. w. (i. Sait. architect.
meeting on  gftlon te: make a rail excursion out of
ere: .lames Cunningham
successful.
let   ; was  finally agreed njion. There
two delegates  from  each  local
oi   thi  two Now Westminster men
|jelng ,1   Vrchibald and C. Feeney,
lei the new agreement, the em-
��� ��� ������   ire an  advance of atout
twi ntj  : ���    cent over their old wage
i . ���    I eing   as   follows:    For
I:  ' rmen and  conductors, first three
ft     ���   -���      per hour: seoonJ three
.  after one year, 25V6c-i
I' ���������
rears,   28%c;   five  years,   29c;
1        ��� '  ���-������.;  after ten  years,
Busi       B    wn   and   his   trusty   do
Tige   arrived   here  last  night on  the
Owl   train   from   Seattle,   a:;!   will   be
<ni   view   today   fo;   the first   time  in
the Indian   who Ibe   Royal   City.     Buster   will   hold
'ore the police magistrate yes-|a parad< as the flrst feature of his en-
inswer    to  the  tertainment,  following  which  fi ���  and
BRISK BUSINESS
AT CITY MARKET
Tige will perform some ol their clev-
i :    tunts a  front  of  VY.  E.  Sin :1 lir's
ool eand shoe store'.    This combina-
'..  ,   has Liv.ii   these   exhibitions   in  Potatoes,  one  of   th
Kanaka   Sampson,
:   : da i
ichargi
morning    to
of being drunk and incapable
was assessed the sum of five dollars.
Sandy Sterling, who was before the
throne of justice on the same- indictment, will do fifteen days in jail, during which tme he cam form g lod resolutions regarding his future career.
'i'.c: three years, 27V6c;      Tne executive  and other memhi
of the  Xew    Westminster    Lacrosse
club  were enti rt lined by the Rev J.
S.   He nelei'son  ..-   hl9  home   lasi   nighl
rat-   Of 31   i.e   an  hoe,:   A   good    ���������,,,;���,   wag   pregent    ;|n ,
���   ���        Time and a hair win be the evening was devoted to music and
.���:::me  to conductors and   refreshments, which were greatly appreciated  by the lacrosse players.
<oms. bas been retired under the superannuation   eli use     Tl e     tr, i inci -
menl   was   gazi tted   on   July   1,     it
Mr, Clute, wffb has b. en awa.  in the
up] ��� r country, was not awari   of hi
��� tiremenl  until j, sti i la;.
The regular mi nthly meeting of the
i ouncil of v. omen will take pi: i i
In the. i o ird of trade ri om  in Me n '
ternoon.     \-   -: '    v,:': ���',    las:
��� ��� ting previi us to the National convention, which Is to take place n Van-
principal mar-
s< veral of the- large cities from New  ket   products which  have  been  com-
Veerk to the Pacific Coast, and has always   been   attended   with     immense
success.
���which lie has secured a three years'
! lease, and it is more than probable
that under this go-ahead management
the theatre goers of this city will
el ' itless see some first class productions put on the boards.
Irving Beers and    Miss    Rambeau
have  made  up their  minds  that no-
thingthat   is  not In  every way up to
! the mark will be presented here, and
i I- are to work ten hours
..     ..��� :i. 2.io an hour; carpen-
miths,   painters  and   other
���: en in the car shops will
i      an  hour  for    the'    first
or the Becond; and the
10c  for the third  year.
������   I be ] aid al the same rati
1 ii toi s ami motormen.    Over-
..������ shops will he al the
id a    half    from    six
' ���  ��� venlng until midnight,
"*-.
���   time from midnight until pouver two weeks hence' ;i '������-" :"-
In the morning.
' ��� very Btage of the ne-
��� ���   besl of harmony pre-
tl ������  men and the com-
and al no time' was there an
��� i  '    ' anj eeib, ������ than an am"
��� ��� nl would hi' reache '.
'ns bad   been   going  nn
1 " ral   ���-'��� eks,  but   it   was   only
��� the
��� ��� Bl ion  'ent:!  July" I
��� ��� I    .  thi  pari les 2 '
i   :��� pieste !.
DATES   OF   FAIRS,   '.927.
manding  such   e   high   figure    lately
owing to their scarcity, are beginning
to arrive in larger quantities now, and Iaft���r fi thorough search through Se-
a fair supply of this year's crop was U��le and other western centres for
on the market yesterday morning, what they consider suitable- talent,
as was also several tons of the oU!hav�� decided to draw upon tho re-
Tbe   "1.1   nntatnes   atlll   hold   searcos of  (he east.
tuber-
old  potatoes   still   hold j sources oi  me ease.     Miss Rambeau
their last week's price of %4b per ton,  accompanied by her m -ther. will leave
��� ,       "     . Vancouver   tomorrow   for   New   York,
but   the   samples   of the    new     crop
where   they   will  engage-  a   first   class
company to bring out to the coast.
Mr. Beers is confident of being able
to   ��pen his  engagements    here    by
about   the   middle   of   August.     Miss
Rambeau is one of ihi- most popular
Victresses  of   tin-   day.   having   scored
a   phenomenal   success  in  the   . ,ew
York   production   of   the "Virginian,"
in wbicb she' was leading lady  with
Mr,   Farnham,    sin-   also  starred   in
"Merely Mary Ann." "When we were
twenty one." "Cousin Kate'" and many
Official   List  of   Exhibitions   Trrcucj!'
out '.he   Dominion.
iiEr * - '*!'��
���rent in price, sine, last week, selling
at two and & ball cents per pound, as I
against last week's quotations of 3
���cents. Potatoes, both new and old,
are being eagerly sought after, and
what was on sale was BOpn bought up
at the above prices, early in the day.
The meal supply on view, while not
perhaps as large in quantity as last
Friday's offerings, was of a better
quality In the majority of cases and
commanded gooel sales at slightly
lower figures than lasl week, the
prices ranging on hind quarters f: un
eighl   and a  half to nine and  a half J
cents, while good  front- sell  for sir "	
and  ;< half to seven  nnl  a  half cents' Unparalleled    Aggregation'.
per pound. !    ,n l,rinS''i.- ,:"<'    Dandy Dixie Min-
Mutton still keeps scare,-. tGe far- j8trela '" ,,u' ��b"n n��use on Wednes-
mi b ving this class 0f mem s,-,-m- day' l0th July' MeBsrs- Voelokel K- No-
.ing Blow te take advantage of the Ian offer wha1 lB claimed to be the
good prices ruling, The limited sup- moa1 exPeMive, colossal and unpar
ply w!ffch was on thi markel yester- ''"''"'' aggregation of colored playero
day kepi the prl I . and the day's '"" ' ;'-'ini;;<''1- There are said to be
sale    closed   al   the  opening   figures  raore ':' '  '   comedians,    master mu-
other  of  the   latter  day   plays   which
have  beep   so  favorably received by
Ithi theatre going public.        ���-;-.-
\.e ..I'.W
��� ll    Esq.,
Lodg
���'��� \ '     ilnater:
irs of the  Isl  Instant
���   : ii  $2,000, reet Ived.
mj   thanks   for   the
satisfactory    payment
h   you,   by  the  Ancient
"I    '" ������ ��� ' l    We.rkme n.   lof   my
alei   ���      deceased   husband's
rioate,
e'our order  every
111 ':?   ' n er of usefulm ss,
V i irs  truly,
S.  K.   McCOLl
: elticn,
\. \V.  Bi 11
mt
t   ' deigns telephone
Son, q an?
following Is the official '
. u'rs an 1 exhibit! ���      Iated    to   take
agreemnl   which   '��� ���' ''  throughoit    thi   Dominion    this
With ���    Ibi    exception of
��� nti      Pai dati    ai    certlfii d
om   t by tl ���  ��� be New
Ition, M      r W. H,
Kt ary.
Cab..;' exhl on, Calgt J e;; 9
i". 11, 12.
Wlnnipi -      In lui
'.. anlpeg, J       13 to 20
Secy,
w    hli te 1
,,,,_ s,. ���        ���    _ . c     A,   Graham,
Secy.
Central Canad i ���: hii I li n, Ottawa,
Sept. 13 tn 21, E. McMah in, S c;,
Dominion exhibition, Sherbrooke,
Quei se pt, 2 to i. William Tomlin3i ti.
Secy.
Bran ion exhll Ition, Brandon, Man.,
July 22 t.e 26, F. J. Clark.
Canadian nation      exhibition
&  ionto. Onl
OVr, Secy.
��������*;��# -ingmt
T'ic   grounds  surrounding  St. Peter'* /oncn Catholic Cl,uc!. hive re
cent!;, been grt-ui iy improu
cathedral, which will inci itis* the oeatingo
third, u;.'.' bo built thit s ..   e   .
A  i IOOO   addition   to   the   rear   of  lhe
itnodation by about  or.c-
op< ning
1 wineh. were  the' Bame  as  lasi   wee! .
na ia ly twelve ..a i thirteen cents per
1 ound,    \o iiitii1' ii:.   wa   expeilenc-
d  In  Belling as  the Bupplj  was far
' - low the demand,
The eh mand for prime can assi
lamb was excellent, and the supply,
though fair, w i   a ��� equal to the oc-
teasdon, many  who  wen   not on  th<
markel early toiling to ge t In   tn the
ine       :      . . ������,     I Sun car most enjoyable, \ ������ i   I ��� ..
���.., nil     tool   placi   .... ti rda .   dj   o    ea i i!  -   ba!   bi n   p:
wht n  the      I     en ol   the'   u l.id '.which,  upon being s   ��� I when th.
[ethodisi   Chu    h   In  nlged  In    the Ir  party  a rive I  e.i   Its  de a        .   i
sicians,   dandy   dancers   and    sweet
singers than In any   other   company,
whip- the olio features of ten big sp< -
cialty acts,   the -> rgeous, grand first
; art In the Royal Palm Grotto and an
original and   excruciatingly funny finale, "A Fowl Deed," eoensplre to afford  minstrel    patrons an evi ning of
������ lid enjoyment
'iiu  big company of   clever colored
four Rftj .��� n'i five dollars ;���      ''' ""raers.which includes the famous
c   ca ��,  the  inline,  price, though  In <Vl1''"1 Pickers' band ot   sole music!"
t cases the latt< ana an ' ' :"   Okl ' - octette;    the
Tin-  demand  foi   pork,    wh h    ha    llivi'' College Rangi  -   In a aeries of
i ��� ikem i  sil btly  during the  warm 'varsity class sung-, patriotlo airs and
pros-
unui boo] pii tic !- Si   -  .'ani' ample jusi' e to bj   thu young-   weather, seems to be going up again. "',l   sweet songs   of the' Boutfi;    the
ond Beach, The day was tin , : aters, and the many grown u wl bul tho price still remains at eleven Campbell Brothers.ln an original corn-
cents per pound. Very little pork edy musical act; Williams a Stevens,
was offered yest irday, bul all that wens comic Impersonators; Toney Trlo.th*
on sale was qulcklj boughl up at the dare-devil acrobats, Benny Jones,the
above prices. Texas Teaser;    together with a buck
Butter ani eggs an  still the medi- |dance contest, which   is open to allele prizes
rrangements perfect, and the ride in  accompanied the expedition,
Geographical Atlas Has
Mf*+i\>    FvrtaO    /If n-nc'"" ''"' "'1'"1 bUB,neS8 transactl0DH ������>,", ,"!""'"' a"'1 for whlch val,,al"
IrlQny    A   inC    IVlQpS  prices bold firm. are awarded.
Wi rs,   bouquets   or   fun-
T.   Davit
To-
Aug. 26 to Sept. fl, .1. O.
A good supply of both thes- commodities was on hand yesterday and
Alexandra Wins Second Race.
The  Wesl   End   M thodiat  Sunday
The Dally News ia in receipt of an riculture, manufacture:?, finance, vital with b good Btea-ly demand  ;i brisk (Jl11""1 picnic is ti be held at Stanley
Atlas of Canada'published by the De-..statistics, currency, marine, fisheries, ,,,;"'"  w����  carried    on  all  morning.  Pnrk-   Vancouver,  on   Wednesday  of
L���.i._���,,.���   _,,!, .,   i e    E?*a   W('1'"    retailing     at   thirty.flye  IKvt   w",,k-     Special   cars   will   leave
��� .���-w~ _.���~.������ Ithe city at 8:65 a.m., picking up the
^ ^ fOtnititiue.l nn Fifth Page.) bulk of the picnlokers at Sixth avenue
SEATTLE, July 5. -The cup defender Alexandra, j
"''Vancouver, B.C., won the race from the Spirit |
this afternoon, crossing the finishing line three sec- |
onds ahead of the Seattle boat.                            .
The race was one of the best ever seen m g
Seattle waters. 1
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partment of the Interior, and preparedrrallways, education and Immigration;
under the direction of .James White, while statistics covering the popula-
lp, it. (i. s��� geographer. ; tion, area of lakes   and the progress
The atlas, which Is handsomely of Canada In its area, population and
j bound, contains thirty-nine maps, material industries, etc., are Included.
; showing the territorial divisions, for- ��� The whole work shows an Imraeri-
lests,   geology,   minerals,   telephones, slfy of labor harJ to conceive, and Is
railways, canals,    lakes,    and    sailing  most invaluable from both the Student
routes, density of    population, origins .and the general public's Standpoint.
ol the people, routes of explorers, In-     Mr. White is to be cfthgratulated on
(.���������national boundaries, etc., etc. the splendid results achieved on put-
Eighty-three    diagrams,      covering ting out such a monument to the work
trade and commerce,    population, ,ag- of the Department of the Interior.
Rejects Woman Suffrage.
 !
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Cape Town, July 5.���The assembly yesterday J
rejected a resolution in favor of woman's suffrage, |
G<�� votes to 24. !;:
;:; ���;; wi:;:;:;::;: ^:.ce;.e;.;;:��:^ THE  DAILY  NEWS.
T     6ATUR0AY,
JUL/
6' '907,
Do you know that I carry in stock the
best Pianos made in the Dominion?
PIANOS-
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS, DOMIMON,
NORDHEIMER.
ORGANS-
BELL, DOhERTY AND SHERLOCK MANNING.
TALKING MACHINES...
ED/SON,  VICTOR AND COLUMBIA.
Over (.000 Rscords to choose from. My store is the
place for you to visit when lonesome. Hear our latest
Monthly Records and you will take them home with
you if you have a Talking Machine. If not let me sell
you one. None need say he cannot get a machine. My
new easy paymeut plan enables all to have a Talking
Machine. I want to sell to every family in this dist"
riet. You will be surprised how easy it will be for vou
te> have a Piano, a Sewing Machine or a Talking Machine in your house.    REMEMBER THE PLACE-
/
J. H. TODD,
Agent for Singer and Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines
New Westminster's Music House,
Burr Blk, Col'bia St.   Phone A278
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BRIGHT   DAYS
SHOW   UP   THE   BARE   SPOTS ���
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|J Call and see^our new lines of  FURNITURE.       The best of &
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>; woods,   the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,   and 4
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the most reasonable of prices.
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURE   EMPORIUM ��
��   716 and 718 Columbia St.     Four Floors.      Rear Extension, Front St. &<
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SAN ITOL
TOILET REQUISITES
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The Chatty Traveler Who Charmed
Ralph Waldo Emerson.
It Is related that Ralph Waldo Emerson was once on his way to California when be was joined by a man who
was altogether so sociable aud chatty
that an otherwise tedious journey was
rendered ijulte cheerful. Tills man's
name was Sackett, and be told Mr.
Emerson that he resided in San Francisco. Mr. Sackett indicated all the
points of interest along the way, related a lot of amusing anecdotes aneL
best of all, was also an attentive listener. The consequence was that Mr.
Emereon came to the conclusion that
Mr. Sackett was as charming a nmu
as he had ever met, and it was in this
positive conviction that h# accepted
Mr. Sackett's Invitation to diue with
bim Immediately upon their arrival iu
San Francisco. Tbe next morning Mr.
Emerson was astonished and annoyed
to find in all tho local papers this
startling personal notice: "Professor
Ralph Waldo Emerson, the eminent
philosopher, scholar and poet, is b our
city as the guest of ,T. Sackett, the
well known proprietor of tho Bush
Street Dime museum. Matinees every
half hour. Admission only 10 cents,
rhe double headed calf aud the dog
faced boy this wCvtcT'
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Helping an Invalid.
A trained nurse mentions as among
tbe little things that help make an invalid feel comfortable and rested the
fro(]uent brushing of the hair and baching of the hands auel face. "I elon't
know what it is, whether these actions
just divert tbe Invalid^ mind or realty
do effect some physical change for the-
better, but they certainly help tho sick '
one to get through thfi day. Eatl ele I
cologne und tin- various toilet waters
are very refreshing when added to the
water or used independently. I once
heard a man say that If he couldn't
both wash his hands and face and
comb his hair In the morning when he
got up be WOUld choose to comb his
hair. It would wake hlm up better.
He felt something of the same sense '
of physical comfort as the average
convalescent or invalid."
" The Maple Leaf Fcreter''
��� I  .-.
'. 't have t&hea t'.ie Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Caaadter
Carlyle.
Thomas Carlyle, 'tli,- sage of Che!
sea," died without  winning much per
sonal   popularity,   a   fact,    however.
which is forgotten in admiration of hia
\ genius. Carlyle exerted a greater in-
llueuce on British literature during tha
] middle of the nineteenth century and
on the religious and political beliefs
of his time than possibly any other
British writer, lie never wrote a line
that be did not believe, and In regard
to style be certainly bad no superior;
From the position of schoolmaster in
an obscure village this great Scotsman
rose to be a leader in tin- world of lot
ters.���I.one Inn Standard.
DlsillusU ned.
She  had  played   in  amateur  theat
ills, you know, anil  threatened to go
fhe stage- it' her parents wouldn't
her marry the duke."
And what did her parents do?"
They let her go on  the stage, gavo
- duke a check for a front seat aud
re not at all surprised when be sail-
back to France tin- next morning."
.'levelanel Plain Dealer,
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
His  Favorite.
"What is your  favorite recitation?"
  I asked the hostess.
"'Curfew Shall Nqt Ring Tonight,'"
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000 answered Mr. Biykius, with a prompt
ness which was almost defiant.
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E,   WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  Cieaeral  Manager.
"Why, nobody recites that now."
"That's why I  like If."
A GENERAL BANKING    ItCSl.N'ESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Hia Rc-buke.
Small Johnny (nftor the slipper e:.er
else)���I'm glad I ain't a. girl.  Mamma--
Why?   .Small Johnny���'Cause  I'd  ba
Every facility  afforded   Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales   Notes , Ashamed fe) grow up Inlo a woman and
cashed  or taken   for collection.
BANKING   liV  MAIL���De-posits   may he made or withdrawn oby mall
Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���II. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
puoish little boys like me.
i A married man thinks bscottid have
! saved a lot of money had he remained
I t; bachelor, hut he couldn't*���Chicago
News.
AUNTIE'S MEMORY.
Whal   Slie   Knew   Almtil   etlie   Fall   -at
tiie Roman Umpire.
An old colored woman down iu Alabama was reported to be of great age
and was extremely proud of the dis
Unction. Tbe proprietor of a museum,
on bearing of her, sent oue of his
agents to make nn investigation, as she
would be a valuable acquisition to bin
museum. Tbe agent plied her with
questions regarding her age. Ho asked
her:
"Auntie, do you remember George
Washington?"
"Does I remember George Washington? Laws a-raassy, mister, I reckon
I does, for I done missed him when be
was a chile."
"Well, I suppose you remember the
Revolutionary war?"
"Yes, Indeed, I does, honey. 1 stood
dar lots of times an' seen ele bullets
flyin' round thick as hailstones."
"Well, auntie, how about tin- fall of
the Roman empire? l)o you recollect
anything about that?"
"In- f.-ie't is, honey, I wis pretty
young about dat time, but I does
'member, now you speak ob it, dat I
did hear eh- white folks tell 'bout hearing som'pln' drop 'bout dell time."--
Harper's Weekly.
Uour Did  ilie Wrong Trick.
Tin- Irishman wanted in sell tii-�� dog,
but tin- prospective buyer was sus
plcioua and finally decided not to buy.
The man then told hlm why In- wa-!
; so anxl ms t,> sell. "You see-." he said.
"( bought the dog anel trained him my
oetf 1 get him so he'd bark all the
time ef a person stepped Inside the
gat.-, and I thought I was sale from
burglars. Then my wife wanted nue
to train him to carry bundles, and '
did. If I put a packet in his mouth
the dog would keep ir there till se>m��
one took :;t away. Well, one night '
woke up and heard some oue in the
next room. I got up ami grabbed my
gun. They were there���three of the
scoundrels ar.d the dog."
"Didn't   he-  burk?"   Interrupted   the
man.
"Sorry a ban'.;; In- wan too busy."
"Busy?    Wlia. doingT
"Carrying   a   lantern   for   the   burglars."���Dublin Freeman-.
A  l-'rli-iirt  In  \,-*-el.
Automoblllst (te ��� another who ha-.
broken down)���Can I be of any as
stetauce to you?
The Afflicted on*' (under the ma
et'.noi - Yes. sir. That lady you see Is
m.; wife. I'll be obliged ft you will
kindly answer her questions an.l Weep
her amused while I'm fixing this in
fernal machine.���Woman's Home Cora-
pnnian.
Th��-  Landlady's* View.
"Iierden is recovering from l.i.i re<vot
spell of sickness  Isn't lie?"
"Yes; at any rate. I beard today that
his appetite i-: getting worse."
"Eh?    WbO tell you that?"
"Mis:* Starvem, at whose hooae he
boards;." - Catholic Standard and
Times.
More- Elesant..
"What yon bave," saiel in- Newman.
"Is just a common cold, ai d all you
necel is a good sweat."
"Sir!" cri'-el Miss I'.lugore haughtily.
"I beg pardon! It's a fashionable
cold, and what you need Is a good perspiration."- Philadelphia Press.
Vol   Happily   I'm.
"Then." have been times in my life,"
said he gloomily, "when I was:tempted
to commit suicide-."
"Oh, well," she saiel. "it's no use to
grieve vw the past. We can ali look-
hack and see where we've made mis-
fakes."-  Baltimore  News.
* hi|. Stick* to Ole) Dloek.
Tommy Twaddles   Oh, I doa't want
to go to school.
Pa Twaddles���But elon't you want a
good education?
Tommy Twaddles (Ingratiatingly)���
Ne), pa; I'd rather grow up to be Just
like yon.���Tit-Bits.
Inoonnldoratu Brim-.
"I don'l know why Enpock can't get
along better with his vvlfei He's al
ways ready to take all the blame"
"But don't you Bee? That deprives
her of the pleasure of Loading It on to
hlm."-Washington lie';,:!,1..
A Singular  Mollusk,
A singular light giving creature
peculiar to the waters of southern
California is the plivllirlioe, a sluggish mollusk. So plentiful are
those light giving denizens of tin.'
deep along the Califoninin coast
that those who have undergone the
experience say a night on these waters is awn inspiring. As the boat
passes along one cun sei; in the waters under it countless forms, passing and repassing, each giving forth
its strange, weird light. Bttt beautiful and impressive as this strange
sight; is to the beholder, the light
giving powers of these animals are
disastrous to themselves, sinco the
light emanating from them attracts
the attention of marauding fishes,
which seem to relish u light meal
at anv time.
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Established ISS'
* Established 1887 Incor]     . -.,
I Gilley Bros.
1906
J
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WELLINGTON
WELLINGTON  WASHED  NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND  FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER PORTLAND  CEMENT.
Thi.s   celebrated   Cement   is
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
ROSEBANK  LIME.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
LUMP     COAL
MANITOBA   WOOD  F|3^E
NEW  BRUNSWICK  PU5TEr
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
an<*     MANTEL
FIRE    CLAY
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co,
SEWER PIPE. DRAIN TILE
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence 122
i*******************************************.*^^
JUNE WEDDINGS
In the spring a young man's fancy turns to
thoughts of love, and in June he gets married.
We have now a splendid new assortment of
Cut Glass
including Bowls, Pitchers, Vases, Water
Bottles;   and a   magnificent   selection of
Silverware
comprising beautiful Tea Sets, Candelabras,
Coffee Services, Serviette Rings, and Sugar
Basins.      To view our stock is to purchase.
j   Wedding Rings Our Specialty
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELER
r������
6. Co Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AH Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mou!ding3,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    I urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
4;5   MiLUONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WIIKN'g Vol'   HANK   Willi
Th,
ROYAL W&kof CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS  OV
4S.000,():)0
We welcome small accounts and pay interesl four time-.
a year nn Savings Hank deposits,
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
/\l>|pri>v.ij-f
"Do you think theqpnpprov.
ni' my
sormon?" nskod tin1 newly appointed
rector, liopeful il_e.it. In- had in.uie a
good Impression on hi-; parlsbionors,
"Yes, I think so." replied bis wtfo;
"tbey were sell nodding."
Bank of IVIonlreaS
ESTABLISHED HI".
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, i.'i--i;1
New York, Chicago anel Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Hanking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit lBBued, available witl. correspondents in all narts "f ,M
World.
Saving* Bank Department. Deposits received In stuns of J! and upwards,
and Interest, allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) uddw
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000,00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.      ...     G. D. BRYMNER, Manage
, ruRDAY.  JULY   6,   1567.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
SUMMER
5HIRT5
In Silk Stripes   (collar  attached)
75c, $1, $1.25 and $2.
Raw Silk, collar attached,
$2.25 the shirt.
Black, Blue and Drab Alpaca, reversible collars, $1.75 the shirt.
White Canvas,
$1 and $1.25
White, ventilated, $1.25,
reverse collar.
We sell the "Big Shirt" and the
"Bte Horn" Shirt.
.adies. Win
EASTERBROOK   MILLING CO., tburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; second, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Pro-
��� ���   ia] Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR  - IMPERIAL
'    ��� ntrance fee needed   all that is necessary is that the
.. be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
INT   STREET.
New Weitminste
Telephone 333.
Adams' Celebrated Truss Rod
Als' Studebaker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, FarmTrucks.&c.
Agents f��.f the J. J. Chase Threshing Machinery.
T- J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
PERILS OF BALLOONING.
An   I'ixciettua  Tri|i  In   (he  M_iIn<   of  a
Wild  Thunderstorm.
On oni- occasion, rising suddenly
through a stratum nf clouds 10.0(10 fed
in the air Into brilliant sunshine, the
gas dilated. I l<*t out a little. Down
we dropped into a cold air current. Thc
Immediate condensation of the gas
dropped us back Into the cloud layer,
which condensed the gas still more
eiL.il accelerated the drop. We came
out directly nbove a stretch of woods
ovei- which lay another cool belt. By
this time we were falling like a rock.
We were going so last that the bagfuls
of sand we threw out went up Instead
of down. Hnstlly we threw out tin-
drng rope, the anchor, tbe lunch basket
���to little purpose. We struck thetrees
with a terrific crash, but escaped, how
ever, with nothing worse than n shak
Ing u|e and a few bruises.
Tho most exciting trip I ever ma b
wns a record breaking voyage that be
gan one Sun lay evening.   The weather
\v;is   not   propitious,   bul   we  cast  off.
We sailed across the Hudson river to
Sew Jersey and plunged into a cloud
After traveling twenty miles I descend
ed to drop n note to my wife, assuring
her of our safety,   Again we shot into
ei cloud,    Presently we drifted over a
village- anil, with that exaltatiQ). that
accompanies the sensation of floating
!n ihe air, enjoyed to a strange degree
tbe music of church bells drifting up
from  below.    Before  we were aware
we plunged Into the midst of a huge
approaching thunder cloud.   It seemed
to open and swallow us into a pit ol
gloom   and    simultaneously   Into    the-
heart (ef tli"  wildest  thunderstorm  1
think   I   bave  ever  seen.    The cloud"
rolled   and   tossed  and  twisted.    The'
balloon   would   now  be  forced down.
then tosseel up and again spun swiftly
about like a top.   We lost nil sense ot
direction.    Thunder was crashing and
rolling  nnd   crackling   all  arouud  us.
Lightning  flashed,   not   in  forked  zig-
' 7^igs. but in  great flashes of fire.    It
! was frightful.   We did not want to de-
! scend, but presently we beard the un-
i mistakable   sound   of   water  not   far
i away.   Letting out a little gas, we shot
downward.     Taster   we   dropped   and
'' faster.   Land was below us.   The prob-
; loin was to land In the high wind with-
. out damage.    I let out more gas.    We
landed In a treetop with a jar that fix-
' ed the basket so firmly in a erob-li that
It could not be dislodged by the wind,
for  now   we   had  dropped  below  tie
storm.���World's Work.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Excursion rates to all points East
July 3rd, 4th an.l 5th; August 8th,
Cth and 10th. Tickets good for three
nionths.
Also Single Fare and One-Third
for round trip tickets, Dominion Day.
Tickets on sale June 28, 29, 30, and
July  1st;  good  till July 3rd.
ED. GOULfcJT,
U. P. K. Agent.
New  Westminster.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specia'ty.
rel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
Another Surfeit of
BARGAINS
100 only, Canvas Chairs for verandas, lawns, etc., regular 65c value
Friday and Saturday snap - 50c
n
EMPRESSES
����
50 pairs of extra good value Lace
Curtains in two floral designs, 3 1-2
yards long, 52 inches wide; regular $1.50.
Friday and Saturday snap -
VALUE OF FINGERS.
IVli.-U   the   Varloim   Countries   of   Ed-
roi.e  Allow   l-'or Their Loas.
The different fingers are far from
taring the same value In the eyes o:
the law with reference to their func
tional utilization. Much tiie most Im-
portant is tin- thumb, for without It
prehension   would  be very Imperfect
. The hand is uo longer pinchers, but
merely n claw, when deprived of the.'
' thumb. It may be estimated that the
tliurob represents fully a third of tho
total value- of the hand. The French
courts all e v i." to .'i." per cent value
f er the right band and 10 to IB for
tbe left     The Austrian schedule gives
j from 15 per cent for the left to 2."> per
cent for the right. In Germany L'O
and 2S per cent aud even as high as
;'.:;:; per cenl has been nwarded.   Tbe
��� percentage is based on 100 as the total
i Industrial value of the hand previous
to the acci lent, a leiss of 50 per cent
representing half of the value, etc.
The total loss of the inele>x finger
cause s nn lnca| icity estimated at 10
to 15 p -r i ent In Austria, iu to 2 I per
e'eiit in (;.-;-j.:nny. lo per cent for the
loft and 20 per cent for the right by
Italian courts. The French allow If
per cent.
The- middle fltger is of much more
Importance than the index, states Dr.
Meiguau, whom we are citing and who
is uo small authority, far a great loss
'.f force is observed In the hand when
th.- finger Is amputated. Vet almost
all iiie- authorities ascribe li-ss impeir
tnnce to it ihan the Index, The Italian
law allows ���'��� per cent, the Austrian 6
t_> hi per ci ut.
The ring finger is tbe h'.-ist Important
Its total loss often does not cause Incapacity. The' Austrian tariff nsslml
lates this finger t;> the middle one. The
Italian law Is liberal, with 8 per cent
The French and German tribunals o:
ten refuse- indemnity, considering the
Incapacity resulting from tbe loss ������
very slight
The- litile- finger may be- compared to
the' ring, excepl In the professions li
u'hii'h it STVeM (IH a point of support
for the hand, it may be remarked hen
iii:: i the artist has not been taken Into
consideration In these cases.���Fhlladsl
phln Record.
Near Schwenksvllle, Fa., Is a village
flint bears the name of Woxall. This
wonderful name was tbe result of an
error upon the part of the postofflce department in Washington. The place
was known many years ago as "Crop
pestettel," or "Crowtown," and later
as Mechunicsville, but when a postofflce was established there In 18S8
neither of these names was Isatlsfac
tory, and It was decided to choose a
new cognomen. Many were the suggestions submitted to the postofflce department, but all were found to be too
nearly like tho name of some either
postofflce to be acceptable. One day
the village storekeeper saw tbe word
"Noxnll" upon a piece of calico and
called the attention of several friends
to it. At. once all agreed that "Noxall" would be a tine name for their
town. So the postofflce authorities were
notified. Soon a letter came from
Washington approving the name thai
bad been chosen, but In the letter lt
was spelled "Woxall." So Woxall became the name of the village.���Phil.I
delpbla Hecord.
18.000  (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN \ 14,600
H. Pomer \ EMPRESS OF IRELAND J      TONS
Particularly   low   rates     from    the
Old   Country.        Reservations   made
ihere for all sailings.
Next sailing. Empress July 1-.
:     Empress of Britain    July  26th,
For  particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Westminster Iron Works
'.lEN'KRAL MACHINE AND ___NUINE
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, BltlUUKi and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental iron vvorK, including
v'eDCtes, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mali orders Tnd correspondence In
-ited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE B'l'KEJJJT.
N'ew Westminster. e. o   ,_-
CAMPERS'  NOTICE
100 dozen Brass Extension Rods,
will extend 42 inches; regular 15c
value.
Friday and Saturday snap - Sc
WATER WINGS
BATHING CAPS,  Reg. 25c.
Fancy 35c.
.Take with you our Mosquito Oil,   Honey and Almond Cream,   Skin Soap  tor
sunburn, etc.
Car. sell you a splendid Bath Towel.
D.S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spcctaclcs^edSj
New Westminster
40 Porch Chairs and Rockers, in
red and green colors, strong rush
seats, good value for $3.75; to clear
out at $2.75 each.
This is an exceptional opportunity to get a good strong Rocker or
chair for little money.
JOHN A. LEE'S
Furniture Emporium
Grand Trunk Ry. il nuptnil Block, Columbia Street, New Westminster f
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAIM
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW Yol.K am
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara I 'i lis
For Time Tables, etc., addie 9
GEO. W. VA'jX,
Assistant Gen'] Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
(Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
i Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to al! European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Tri,
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full Informtion call on or write
C. K. LANG, General Agmt,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, li. C.
A. U. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
Phone   73
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Phone 101
EICHENBACH COMPANY
LIMITED.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOLK NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEWS ".'....
THE  DAILY  N'EWS.'
SATURDAY
JULY 6
'<
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News  Pub-
ihing   Company   Limited,   at   their
.fliees.   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
Streets, -New Westminster, B. C.
Most people always use���ancl
will  always  use   WINDSOR
SALT.     Pure���fine-perfect in      ,
subtle savour.
E.  A.  Paige Manager
133
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display aelvertising, 10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .0
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., oue cent
per word. So advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day  Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
<ss_35^psr_
SATURAY,  JUl
ON THE SURFACE.
We shall now have triumphant
shouting from the McBrlde organs
about the gratifying Intelligence wired
from the treasury at Victoria on
Thursday that the provincial finances
show a surplus of $ 1,000,000 or more
for Uie fiscal year which closeel a few
���Jays ago. This intelligence is, us we
have called it, gratifying, and it would
be most churlish to refuse a word of
credit to the Hon. Mr. Tatlow .minister of finance, who Is probably the
most hard-working and conscientious
of the miiiistei-s at James Bay. We
have reason to believe that he has
attended very faithfully to his duties,
and we have no hesitation in ascrib-'
ing to him all the credit which the
government can legitimately claim for
the good showing which, on the surface, the finances of the province now
make.
But those wiio know how matters
really stand and to what causes the
Improvement in revenue is due, will
not need to be told that the credit
due the government is largely negative: nor will such persons fail lo see
that the surface showing is far from
exhibiting <uir financial condition in
its  true light.
We have said that the credit is
largely negative���.Mi'. Tatlow has, we
believe, been diligent In seeing that
the treasury got its duo. and he has
probably done what he roulel to pie-
vent waste; but in no way has the
policy of the government materially
contributed to the progress of the
country���in some directions it has had
thi   contrary effect.
We   bave spoken eef the g K>d showing bi Ing "on th" surface."    Wh it Is
meant   by   that   we   may   best   make
.plain by an illustration.   Suppose that
.-.   mei hant  who  has  laid   in  a fine
goods,   finds  hmself   cornei li :   to   leave   hi-   busine ss   for a
��� me In  the hands of an agent.    His
sales,   '"  will    say,    are    averaging
$2,000 a   week.     Hi-   agent's   reports'!
eejgin to come    to him���''Sah s   I ist
week,    $3, ;    sales    for the wi 1 k,
$4,000; took in $4,500 lis! week," and
fio 0:1. Xo doubt he' would congratulate himself on the fun- showing of
thesi reports; leer when ho returned
and found that the goods had been
cleared "'if at bargain counter prices;
that the stock had not leeen kept un.
.���.nd   that   few  of tli.'   hills   had   been
al :. he would ruefully cemr-lnel" that
'��� he good showing h id been "on the
���urfai <-."
So It Is in British Columbia to-
Thi governmenl nre still paying
a high rate of Interesl on .a large ��� trl
of that celebrated million-dollar loan
which, .-is one of their organs candidly confe ssed the other day, was
forced upon them by the bank. Taxation, hoth by direct levy , nd by the
Ifting of burdens, has leeen excessive; reproductive public works���lo
use -i phrase which has gone somewhat out of fashion���have boon neglected, and there has heen a considerable recklessness, or possibly it may
;' th "nt. as under gooel ndminis-
Istratlon of the resources of ilu- country,
Take the managemeni of our timbei our forest wealth���for example.
Nearly the whole' amouni of this surplus, we are loll, comes from that.
It has been disposed of. and is s<���!!-
lng every day, at bargain counter
prices. That ihis is a mild statement
"f the fact is proved hy lhe large
amounts realized by man who have
sec in 1 timber limits from ilu- government, paying the full legal <!������-
mand, and turned ihem over to In-
,- tors, Profit 3 anil very quick returns at lhal���of $ln t.i $15 for .'ach
Invested h 1 .��������� bei -: e imm m.
These Investors, remember, escape no
liability   on the   original    purchaser.
Timber is becoming more and  more
valuable every day. and men are willing to pay enormous premiums to se-
cure good    limits.    The   government
knows  all  about  that,   yet  it  calmly
goes on .allowing shrewd speculators 1
to pocket these big premiums, which,
if they want, as under good adminis- j
tration they would go, intothe public;
treasury,   would   speedily    make    the
boasted surplus look like thirty cents.
Nor is that all. The best and most
accessible limits are being "cornered."]
As a consequence, the lumber consumers will be more and more heavily
mulct ns time goes on, and various
industries, including the lumber industry itself, will be cramped and
hampered.
We have not space to go into the
matter further now, but no very deep
consideration of the points wn have
touched upon and others which will
occur to the reader, will be required
to show that the good financial showing���while much better than it might
have been, is still very largely "on
the surface."
'Tfrxi-lt  of  Mormon."
The "Book of Mormon" has been
proved to be a literary plagiarism, being a free paraphrase of a romance
written by the Rev. .Solomon Spalding
In 1810, the manuscript of which came
Into the possession of Joseph Smith.
and be, sitting behind n curtain, die
tated it to Oliver Cowdery, who, seated out of sight of the reader, wrote
the matter as it was given him. Smith
pretended that the book wns discovered to him by revelation and dug up
from the side of n hill not far from
Palmyra, In the county of Ontario, N.
Y. The claim was made by Smith that
the writing on the plates wits engraved
in "reformed Egyptian," which he was
unable to read until magic spectacles,
which he called his Urim and Thuru-
mlm, were given to him, enabling him
both to read and translate into English. The spectacles aud the metal
plates have disappeared, and the story
of the dictation makes tolerably clear
the manner In which the "Book of
Mormon" had its origin.
CLASSIFIES*  ADVERTISEMENTS
wanted���A waitress a;  the Windsor Hotel.    Appl? on un- premJi s.
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT���For
three months; six rooms. TfiiffB av- ���
enue   and  Ninth   street.    Apply  J.
ll.  To-ill. tfusic   Store,    Columbia
street. dtt'
WANTED-Thirty to fortj w mien
ami girls at Fruit Cannery. Ala 1 a
few active hoys 16 to IS years -if
age. Apply nt Westminster Fruit
Packing company.   Ltd..  Front  Sf.   1
Can You Beat This?'
A six-room modern House, in good repair, on
a lot or> x 165 feet, all in fruit trees, one
block from city car,   on   Fourth  Avenue.
Price   $1,800
WANTED���Girl  with    some   experience   in    confectionary    ami    ice
cream     parlor.     Apply.    Purely    & ,
McKillop,  next  tram  office-.
Half cash,
balance easy terms.
Tue? Smiic Tie Ini;.
Pa Twaddles���Well, what's the mat
ter now?   Tommy Twaddles - Mn says j
I mustn't neve:- say a word while she'.* !
tn the room,   M.i Tw.nl lies -Why. no. I j
didn't, dear.  I said you tnnxtte't inter
rupt    whil''   I'm    talklug     Tonimy-
What's    tbe    diff��rcneeV ��� Cievelonn"
I.ea-ler.
0PERA=IWE
The fact tliat very few sockeye
have come along so far is of no im-
portace as an indication of the probable size of the run. Five years
ago, the tTi*st record of catches worth
noting was dated week ending July
lb; so that a small run during the
week after next would be quite as
early start as in the season referred
to, when some three mllion sockeye
were delivered to the Fraser canneries. It is hoped that they will do
rather better than that this year, but
Kite excess cannot be very great.
From the point of view of sockeye
propagation, it is rather desirable
than otherwise that the fish should
come dribbling along in small numbers during the early part of the season, as in such case active fishing
will not begin until later and the
greater number of these early fish will
go through fa the upper spawning
grounds, where they are needed.
OINiU  NIGHT ONLY
WEDNESDAY, 10th July
The DANDY DIXIE
MINSTRELS
Best All-Star Negro Minstrel
Vaudeville,   Song,   Dance,   Fun   Show
ever seen.
Singers, Sweet!   Dancers, Dandies?
Phunny Phellows!
Specialties, Sensational!
Ebony Ecstacies!     Paragon Paraders!
Merry Minstrels!   Plantation Pastimes!
Distinguished Dixie Darkies,
The  Band,   and  a   "F-o-w-1 Deed."
Direction  of Voelckel & Nolan, the
"Barnum   &   Bailey"   of   real   negro
minstrelsy.
TEACHERS   WANTED���For    Central
School,  this  city.     One    Mil-'    for
Division  ,1,  Boys'   Schixil:   one  Female for primary work.    Applications
received up 10 noon of the llth Inst,
it.   LENNIE, Sec
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY���'A-' furnish help of :ill kinds, ra-:.'.. bush,
saw null, railroa l labor, I: >tel hi Ip,
etc., eic. male or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Empl ���.��� n- ml Ag ty.
506 Cordova street wesl  V.i::".. -
HOUSE    AND   TWO    LOTS   to    rent,
splendid   location;   corner site on
car line, eight minutes    from    p is!
office'.     Apply   P.   A.   Daily    News
offic.-.
FOR  SALE���One  second-haeid  range,
suitable for large restaurant or logging camp, 6ftx3ft.6In.    Apply to Alex
Speck. Second Hand Store, Speck Blk.
Dr. T. Hoggan, M.R.C.V.S., Edinburgh.
Veterinary Surgecn
Having commenced practice iti New
Westminster, messages can be lefl er
D. S. Curtis' Drug Store. Columbia
street; 'Phone 4::. until I have made
my office arrangements,
Hale &  Lane,,
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
243 Columbl St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Phone  335 P. O. Bo* 26g
HereYouA
re
A CHANCE FOR The MANl
of SMALL CAPITAL
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively in timber. Have large and small
tracts on water, If you wish to
buy or sell, se.- me. '^. P.. Chan Her,
407  Hastings  St..  Vancouver.  B.C
Sea's now e-n sale at  Ryall's Drug
Store.
Prices���73c, 50c, and 23c.
M (Ms of Tan Bark Wanted
At  the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
We have thirty 10-acre Farms,
suitable for fruit, dairy or chicken
ranches. Rich black soil, no stones,
sand or gravel. Only 8 miles from
New Westminster, handy to either
boats or C.P.R. trains, in thickly
populated district. A chance for
the small speculator. Don't
miss this. Come before they
are all bought up.
Prices from $800 to $1000
a farm: one-third cash, balance
over 24 months.
RASER VALLEY
REALTY COMP
Real Estate, Insurance and Business Brokers, Murchie
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Specials for Today
. GO pairs Ladies' White Canvas Ox ft trds,
Blucher cut, large eyelets���a most stylish shoe $1.75 a pair
Ladies' Tan and chocolate shade Oxfords, Goodyear welt and turn soles, all
American manufactured, $2.50 to $3.50
"WALK-OVER"  SHOES   For Men
��� I       Just received a shipment of Brass and Iron
V I
j Beds direct from Birmingham, Eng.   Thr;
\        are handsome, strong and durable.   Come      j
| see the line. i
II White Bedspreads, Sheets and Pillow Crises i
Come ami inspect.
A ".������' at variet..
NEW   LINES   FOR   TO-DAY
Men's Orange-Tan  Button and Lace Oxfords,  the very newest styles
on tho market.
Men's Velour Calf. Blucher cut, Oxfords���the new "SkeeToe."
i j John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
j    DUPONT   BLOCK, ����..���    ,7;; NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. &
>     ****.y*i>*    *******
GENTLEMEN : These are swell
Shoes and top-notchers in every
respect.
Buy lour Summer Shoes From lis,
BIG SHOE HOUSE, LIMITED,
NEV/ WESTMINSTER
THE SIGN Of THE BIG fLECIHiC BOOT
'Ki'.l'VW^K&.WfiilllMieW
m
" >*��� tmivm;-
*
Ciaim Settled in 4 Days
��� Coquitlam, B. C.       ���
Messrs. White, Shiles & Co., J
i New Westminster, B. C. *
^ Gentlemen - ,
��        Please accept thanks for <. heck, dated JUNK 2S, ���
: from the Connecticut Fire  Insurance Co.,  scttie-
��� ment for Joss in fuJl, bv fire which destroyed :��)'
I barn on JUNE 24. ���
I congratulate you u\)nn representing a company z
*. which pays its claims so promptly, and with no
^ trouble to the assured.   Yours truly, *
(Signed)      D."  McLEAN^ _ J
\ Wlliffi, SliileS & Co,, Fire Insurance wl Real Estaie ... ^ ���
New  Westminster,   B. C. >
��� *    *...$������.:*.:.*���:.:*������*    �����>  <    ���*,.<,  . ��������    ���*>    c    * ��av-
j'wLY   6.   1907.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
pr   r.
REAT JULY SALE
AT
THE
ash Stores
ish Trimmed Hats, from our own workroom,reg-
ir $5.50 up to $7.50 value for  $3.75
or more Summer Chip and Ready-to-wear Hats
ladies, misses and children, worth from $1.00 to
|50.   Clearing price  50c
io Suit sale a great success.    Every suit must go.
|re is the balance now for the price of the separ-
i skirt:
$12.50 Suits for   $6.25
L8.00     "       "      9.75
22.50     "       "   14.00
36.00     "       "   17.50
{,25, $4, $���') and $6 Pure Linen Napkins for	
   $2.50, $3, $3.75 and $4.50 per doz.
to see the bargains in Table Cloths, loi' yards
Ine English Cambric, regular 12 l-2c. July sale
(ice  10c yd.    Only 10 yds. to each customer
Lisle Thread Lace Hose, fast dye, all sizes,
lly sale     25c pair
lu yds Wool Delaine, wool alone, French Flannel
ra Fancy Waistings, worth up to 50c and 75c yd.
Div sale.' '	
BRISK BUSINESS
Al CITY MARKET
iConUnueil from Page  One..
-, while some large Ious were secured wholesale.' in twenty-nine and
jthlrey cents per dozen. Butter averaged trom thirty to thirty-five cent*.
A good supply of nice veal was on
hhand, and eleven cents seemed to be
the' popular price.     The demand w.as
well  up to the supply and no trouble
was  experienced   in  disposing of  all
i that was on the market.
The n arket was well supplied with
.chicken, broilers and ducks, which
coffi'lflatMled readj sale' with the exception of the web-footed birds, which
seem to he a drug on the market at
| presen'. very few being anxious to Invest Rood heavy fowl commanded Catechism at 2
sm-.m  Qfiy and eight fifty per dozen,   votions, 7 p.m
while  : toilers sold all the way from      Anglican  church���Services    at    Si
��� four fifty jeor dozen.    What Mary's Sappert in   evening prayer and
;  '.ere si.Id fetched  between flv��   sermon   everj    Sunda]    a'   '
sx i1' Ilars per dozen. first  Sunday   in   the  month
Fairly   goo.i    quantities    .if   small  prayer with a cele ration of the Holy
fruits   -"as   offered,   and   the   buying  Communion  at   11    o'clock;     Sundaj
McKenzie, 13.A., pastor. Services, 11
z m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school and
Bib ��� class. _1:::0 p.m.: :nee:ing of
Y. P. S C E. Immediately after the
evening  service.
Gospel Hall, corner Sixth avenue
and Ninth street���Breaking of bread
every Sunday nt. 11 a.m.; Sunday-
school and Bible class, 3 p.m.; gospel
address, 7 p.m.; prayer meeting. Wed
nesday, 8 p.m.
Gospel  Hall,  Tenth street. Services
11  a.m. and 7 p.m.;  Sun lay school at
t 2:30  p.m
Lutheran Church, Rev.  B. A. Sand,
pastor.    Service  Sunday  evening
South Westminster.       - ������������.��� - .     ,,���
Blue Mountain School House, North
road���Service at 3 n. m.
Salvation  Afmy���Services as usual
in  the Army hall.
St. Peter's Cathedral  (Roman Cath-
��� olin���Sunday Miss ar 8 and  10 a.m.:
5 p.m.;   Evening De
.who woli furnish all Information re-
Quired.
Each tender must no accompanied
by an accepted cheque, payable to
the order of the Honourable the Minister of Militia and Defence, tor five
per cent of the amount nf the' tender,
which will be forfeited if ihe partj
making the tender declines to sign a
contract when called upon to do so.
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
E. F, JARVIS.
Secretary,   Dept,  of   Militia  and   De-
at! fence.
Department of Militia and  Defence.
Ottawa, June 21. 1907.
EAT
NEMO
��ND
LIVE
CAMPERS' NO'k.CE
Second-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS,    RANGES,    STOVES,
  BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
WATER WINGS        !
BATHING CAPS,  Reg. 25c. RushtOn    &    Speck
Sclleeil!
!0
��� be first  part of the day was   sm'">; at
brisk.     Gooseberries    sold  nt      St.      Albans
end nine cents  per pound, red
m.
Fancy 35c
Take with you our Mosquito Oil,   il'in-
ey anil Alnmnii Cream,   Skin Soap   tor
O'clock;   sunburn, etc.
morning    Can sidi you a splendid Bath Towel.
D. S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Sper.tarte.SMds
New Westminster
B irn ibj    Morning
prayer with sermon ��� Sunday at
rrants five cents, cherries eight and   ll o'clock except  the first  Sunday In
1 nts,   and   black   currants   river-   the  month,  when  the  service  will  be
iged ten cents. at   3 o'clock  in the  afternoon.    Rev.
The  flower display was well  up to  D. Dunlop, B. A., priest in charge.
he mark, as wns also a good line of      Burnaby  and   South Side Mission���
rr.'on garden stuff which was offered.     Rev. VV.  E. Jones,  pastor.  Service, in
 ���  the East Burnaby schoolhouse at 3:15
p.m.    Every   service   at   ~:2n tn   the
Wes'   Burnaby sche>)Ihouse.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
ft
EMPRESSES
CHURC H
SERVICES
DEPARTMENT    CF    MILITIA
DEFENCE.   OTTAWA.
AND
OOC
SEALED  TENDERS  (ir. duplicate)
for the supply of Coal and Fuel Wood'
required   to  hea'   the Military  Build-1
intr>   at    Victoria,    Vancouver,  New
Westminster and Rossland. B, C, for
the twelve months beginning 1st July.
1907, will be received up to Saturday,;
July 20 next.    Each  tender  is  to be'
marked   "Tender  for  Fuel."  and   ad-
dressed  to  the  Secretary of the Mil-1
Itla C mncil, Ottawa.
Printed forms of tender  containing!
full particulars maj be obtained from;
exCept I the Secretary ot the Militia  Council
Friday, when  Evensong i- said at|ottawa   ":   a;   ,:"' ()"'''''' of the Dis-
0.    Holj   Communion ever   Thurs- trlct    Officer    Commanding, Victoria
< _>	
and saint's day eet  S a.m
W.000  (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN (14,500
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IRELAND 1      TONS
Particularly   low   rates     from     the
Old   Country.        Reservations   made
here for all sailings.
Next  sailing.  Empress July   12.
Empress Of Britain luly   26th.
For  particulars apply
ED. QOULET,
C. P.  H.  Agent.
[Ministers and others inl Tested in
church  services  will  please  forward
.���ire opy ��� ' 'itis office not I Lter than
!  : .m. un F   lay :o insure ins irtl in.]
:: il; '.'.inlty cathedral, ::-%r.A, Shil-
Irlck, rector. Holy Communion, S . .m;
Matins, sermon ; 11 a. tu.
evensong and sermon. al 7
p. tn.; S. S.. 2:30 p. m. Cathecism last
-' ui lay in month In church. E ensong
and s non by rector, 7 p. m :  daily
J. HENLEY
Manufa.
>r of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth  Street
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   O.
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do all kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign   Man on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doers   from   Geo.  Adams,  Grocer
Ladies'Gobi Watches   from  $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it.  is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You can rely upon Getting the
Best of Everything.
ily, Embroidered  Linen Suits,  skirts cut and
ade ready to fit for bands; 14.50 and 12.50 lines
Iaii d down for July sale to  $8.50 and $7.50
in Fri
Cl oli
after Evens ing.
St. Barn     is���Rev. C. \v. li m .
' or���-H il e   communion    S    a.    m.,
. ot ning   ii      r and  litan      '   i   tn.;
i renins  I      er, 7 p. m.;   '     le class,
2 p. tn :  Sun lay sch eol, 3 p. ....:
:. ���:.. -   afti .    Sundaj     si In
St.
Paul
Refortue
Ey ��� o al
COI
f  4      819
' y.'I-:ii.f.3ffig|?T��"�����M3.zrnmL'7Hi ... iKwJ
Mail orders
tilled
every day.
aaaSeBBHd
TAPPER TON
NEAR THE GLASSJVORKS
Now House 6 rooms, all modern
conveniences, good lot, lane in
rear. $1,550
Will make reasonable terms.
This   is   worth   investigating.
MARE4 &. CO.
yum Land Specialists," New Westminster
SB��#
Just Wh
'    tage on corner, ."rooms, pantry, bathroom,
: "'!  wash tubs and all other improvements
also fruit trees.   This cottage has just been
painted and is in first class condition.
Pl'ice $1,650,     half cash, balance eas^
7C R|,al
~o~<<i j*~**L^r .<!������ ���i W       estate
innm   '������     i     :"i and boar
270Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone Ml|    ���..,,,...���>���:.. i:,*.
ch irch���Rev.  A.  ele  B. I iwen,  . >< tor
Ivlne  worship  Sunday,   li   a.m. aud
7   ; .m.;   Sun laj     school,    2:30
Prayer meeting o-,\ Thursda;   at 7
p. m.   All are welcome.
i llvet  Bai tisi  i hmch���it"..  '.:. :.
;. .....   D.D.,    pastor.    Preach i g    on
Sunday at ll a.m., and al 7 i ,m.;  -...
.: ���    school an I  " I ele classes  al  2:3
;:i.:     Youn .     Peoples     me \
. a lay evening al   S  p.m.;   Mi lwe< li
at S p.i ;.  Morning sii ijei   ;  "1
i. me llm ss     of     Christ."
." At the close
��� _     >r\ lei     the   ordln ini      of    I'
....   i's Sa    er v ill  i e ol sei 11 I.
Queen's Avenue  eli I ho II        '��� > ��� W,
H, Barraclough, B A., , asto . Sen   ��� ���
1:   e m. aad .' p.m.; Sun i j  bcIiooI
.   .    Bii le    Class    al    2:30    p.    in.
M   ning  s; led;   ' Th i    Fals
��� ���;��� the   Brst i    n  Berles ol  i
hi ni   ns "    the  D   '���'.'������
., m topic;      "The        tl
!���., |," the flrsl of a     ries      I   enl
���        , .en   the  mlr icle .  ���
The   Sncramenl of the Lo  r;j
S ; e| er will   be  .i Iminlstere I   i I
. li se 'if the morning * irvice,
VN'esl End Me I idlsl R .. Mr, Mn
... pastor. Se ��� ' "-��� ll -i m. an I 7
m.; Sundaj a hool, 2:30 p.m.
Sapperton    Methodist, ���  Rev,    I.
I  omas, pastor,   Sundaj    ei . ces, H
a.m  and 7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2: ��0
p.m.; Epwortli League, Mon.l.e". S p.m.
.,.��� sen Ice,
St. Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev. .1.
g, Henderson, pastor, Sund .; i er
vices li i.m, an 17 p m.;S in In uel >ol
nnd    Bible     Classes,    2:30    p     m.
Wesl Presbyterian rtev. r. Ward-
law Taylor, M.A., Ph.D., mlnisl ir.
s i rices tla:m. and 7:30 p.m.;  Sun
..,������,., ' . ;,; i i de cl iss, 2:3 I p.m.
Knox  ' hurch,  Sapperton- K iv,    D,
uster Brown and Tige
Have Arrived in Town
**>*���**********************{���<>************************************������>***-���)���**
****************** ,****** i***Q*******************************************
W|E ARE ALL acquainted with Buster Brown and his dog
Tige, who amuse the nation every Sunday with some
!., ���j   funny prank and philosophical "resolution." You have
probably thought that these characters were imagin-
 '   ary, or existed only in the ink and paper of the funny
sheet. Such is not the case. The Brown Shoe Co., of St. Louis,
deserves the credit for producing in real flesh and blood, a Buster
Brown and Tige who will entertain you at OUR store.
This is the same Buster Brown and Tige whose daily reccp-
tions at the St. Louis World's Fair were attended by thousands
and amused so much favorable comment. Since then they have
traveled the country from end to end and have added greatly to
th< ir fund of experience and wit, the novelty of which is enlivened by Buster's humorous delivery and Tige's remarkable intelli-
ge ice which rivals that of his funny sheet namesake. The hour's
reception at our store will be one of pure enjoyment to whoever
attends-whether young or old���and hereafter when you see
Buster and Tige in your paper you will have the additional pleasure of having met the two originals.
They will be in town SATURDAY, July 6th, and will hold a
reception in front of SINCLAIR'S Shoe Store at 3 o'clock. A
platform will be erected for that purpose.
NOTICE
W. E. SINCLAIR
NOTICE IS  HEREBY  GIVEN   that
�� wu) nol   ���  resi inslble I ir ���< ,   de ' ;
i intracted bj m   wife, A : i Mi   r
tter Hii;- date, as she haa volunl
n. Mc&RO ���'!
sent for the "Buster Brown Shoe"
s
GBSK&E& mtmsmm �� vsmmmm wm
tk-\W. THE  D4ILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY
OP
WHEN REST IS NEEDED.
DEPARTMENT    OF    MILITIA    AND
DEFENCE,   OTTAWA.
Ferllntr  of  Uncertainty   In   Performance nf Kontine Work.
"When people fall into tho habit of
^pondering whether they have done
routine things it is high time 1'or them
to consider (he advisability of a rest,"
said a physician. "There is no surer
sign, to my mind, that the system is
becoming overtaxed than this feeling
of uncertainty.
���'1 was staying with a friend the
ether night���spending the night with
hlm. in fact. He's fl man whom I
know pretty well, .-me! 1 thought at
dinner and through the evening, from
a little nervousness in his conversation
ond manner, that things weren't all
right with blm, Inn I vasn't absolutely convinced till bedtime approached. We were sitting uji'tairs In his
study, his family having retired, aud
he asked me to excuse liini while hi
saw that the hiiu.se was locked up.
It was a still night, and I ..mild follow
his progress around the various rooms
on the flrst floor. He sec.i.eS to me
to be unnecessarily long. ut.-.l. without
being Inquisitive, I really became interested to know whether i.e wasn't
making the rounds twice finally I
heard him gee Into the parlor, l room
I was sure he had visited at lei it once
before, When he came upm-airs I
aski-il laughingly bow many tin es he
bail seen thai each window; was fas-
ened. But he wasn't In a laughing
mooel at all.
"'It's a funny thing, old man.' he
said, 'bul I've been fool enough to look
at each window two or three times.
Do you know, it won iel strike me after
I had left a room that perhaps I hadn't
put Ihe catch properly on one of the
windows there, and back I'd have to
go to "mike sure. Being In there, I'd
examine the other windows again. It's
been that way for half a dozen nights.
Somehow doing these things doesn't
seem to make the impression on me
that oue would expect. This lack of
sureness isn't confined to locking windows eitlieT. 1 find myself at tbe
offlce wondering whether I have given
such and such Instructions���instructions that are ro much a part of my
daily work that I suppose I give them
mechanically and then forget them.
Nine times out of ten 1 find everything
Is all right, but I'm not quite happy
till I do. 1 guess I must be getting
old maidlsh in my old age.'
"It was my turn to be sat'lous then.
I explained to him that his forgetful-
ness all came from being overtired.
From habit he worked like an automaton, doing tin's, that ami the other
thing in his business or home life, but
a great number of his actions were
without thc cognizance of tin1 brain.
He needed rest and if he did not take-
it he would break down.
"I got him a wny from cares for a
bit, nnd the next time I saw him he
laughed as heartily over the Incident
of the much locked wludows as I pre-
teneled -tee. lie doesn't know it. but be
had a narrow escape. I'm telling this
story that it may serve .".s a warning
in an overstrenuous age."���New York
Press.
What   Puzzled   Her.
A woman whose religious education
had been received in the plain edifice
erected by an unassuming New England congregation was persuaded,
much against her will, to attend divine
seruce in one of New Yuri'* most
*howy churches. She showed from
fhe start then, notwithstanding her puritanical training, s-he was Interested in
tli.' proceedings. She simiicel the elaborate ceremony, :!..��� architecture, the
rh lily tinted windows anil the altni
decorations closely. By ond by her
eyes became fl;ced i n the ceiling. Hei
friend wondered what particular feature of tho o lofty heights held ber
attention for so long a time. During
a lull In the 'banting of the choir she
tried !���> Bad out
"Oh." saiel the New England wo
mun in tones of Infinite concern. "1
was just wondering how on earth they
get away up there to dust the rafters:"
--New York Post.
j SEALED TEXDERS (in duplicate)
i for the supply of Coal and Fuel Wood
{required to heat the Military Buildings at Victoria, Vancouver, New
e I
Westminster and Rossland, B. C, for,
rhe twelve months beginning 1st July,
' 1907. will be received up to Saturday,
' July 2b next.    Each  tender is to be
I marked  "Tender  for Fuel,"  and  addressed to the Secretary of the Militia Council, Ottawa.
Printed forms of tender containing
I full particulars may be obtained from
. the Secretary of the Militia Council,
! Ottaw'-i or at the Office of the District Officer Commanding, Victoria,
^.who woll furnish all information re-
j quired.
Each tender must rie accompanied
,' by an accepted cheque, payable to
the order of the Honourable the Min-
i l'ster of Militia and Defence, for five
, per cent of the amount of the tender,
I which wil] be forfeited if the party
| making the tender declines to sign a
j contract when called upon to do so.
: cheque wlll be returned.
The Department does not bind Itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
E. F. JARVIS.
Secretary,   Dept, of  Mllltla   and   De-
| fence.
Departmenl of Militlu anel Defence.
I    Ottawa, June 21, 1907.
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
i  SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe'
; Commissioner    of   Dominion    Lands,
! Department of the Interior, and mark-
j ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim- j
I ber Berth No. 524,"   will be received
at  this  Department    until  12  o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the 21st day of;
i August, 1007, for a license to cut tim-
ber on Berth No.524, comprising lands'
situate in the Province of British Col-;
I umbia, and described as follows:
Timber Berth No. 524,    comprising
.Legal    Subdivision    14   of Section 12.
J Township 6, Range 7, West of the 7th
Meridian, containing an area    of    40
, acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
cne year after the date of the notice!
i awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a 11-
| cense will be issued/ also printed
', forms of tender and envelope, may be <
: obtained al 'his Department or at the
offlce of the Crown Timbei- Agent at
1 New. Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favour of the Deputy of the (J
Minister of the interior, for the amount of the bonus which the applicanl
Is prepared to pay for a license.
Th<   highest or any tender not nec-
' SSarily  ;      e pted.
No ten ler by telegraph will be en-
tertaini I.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary.
I:- 'artment of the Interior,
Ottawa, June 25th, 1907.
What Is "All Wool?"
I have met a county magnate, o
wealthy man who would not be put off
with anything but the best, if ho knew
lU clad In a handsome "homespun"
suit, the delicate bine gray mixture of
which I bflppenod lo know was pro
duced by the' judicious blending of old
blue stockings, such as navvies wear
with old white stockings, I have, seen
a "Hociely" lady In a stylish "blanket
tweed" motor coat, Ihe composltl i��; of
which I knew t., tie eef such a nature
lliet it might very easily owe Its e-x
Isti nce in pari to 'i.e- casi off li eslery !
of hor own scullery maid, collected
from the ash bin.   Even the' Judge try
lug a  ca f "misrepresentation of
goods"  may.  as  likely  fls  not,   bo  lea
consciously sitting !n somebody else's
thrown away rags that he has boughl
as   "all   wool."���A   Woolen   Manufacturer in U-tvivf M.'ie'jizhip.
!
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i,:
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
������fc. v mmtaaM -��������. JK.��i'
._rt.-3"��(r
;-V lev���
Tenders for License tr Cut Timber on   Ll :. :,   and  *       -
eighty chains and south eighty chains TENDERS    FOR    DERRICK,    SCOW,
to   point  of  commencement. BOILER   AND   ENGINE.
HNw��>''^r"-"<uje��>** 5.    Commencing a: a pos" sei  close 	
after date we intend to apply to   Tenders for a License to Cut Timber   to  No.  4 stake,  thence    v."-:    eighty TEXDERS ad'.ressed to the nnder
3hlef  Commissioner of      on Dominion La:ds in the Province   ehains. south eighty chains, east eigh- signed at Ottawa, and marked on the
NOTICE.
-ven  that   thirty
HOME-
oF   CANADIAN
^D  REGU-ATIONS.
bje Dominion Lands with-
British Colum-
h,,;  beaded by any per-
id of a family,
e0Ver is years of   age, to
of one-quarter   section of
Bnore
be made personally at
...       ,r the district in
aDj is situate.
Dominion  L
-ands in the Province of  cut  and  carry away  the Umber from
British Columbia, the
or  permission   to       of British Columbia.
SEALED TEN!
following described lands, situate      sealed    Tenders    addressed to the
the Kitsumgallum valley: immlsskraer of Dominion Lands, De-
Claim No. 4o��� Commencing at i��ost \ partment  of the Interior, and marked
Dominion -    planted  S.  E.  corner  about 20 miles   ou  the envelope "Tender for Timber
Department of the Interior, a:. ,;' r,'��m the mouth of North Fork of  Berth No 521," will be received at this
ed on the envelope "Tender |he Kilaumgallum river    above    Kit-   Department until 12 o'clock noon on
ber Berth  No,
al   ihis Department
n on on  Wedm   ..
July, 1907, for a license to cul
ty chains and north eighty chains to envelope'   "Tenden   tot   Scow,   Steam
point  of  commencement. Engine,  Boiler  and   Derrick  for buoy
J.P.THOMPSON. service,   British   Columbia,  or  tender
New Westminster, B. C    30th May. for scow alone," will be received up
1907.
sumgallum   lake,   thence   running   as  Wednesday, the 24th day ot July, 190
'   follovs:   40  chalns  west,  SO    chains  for a license to cut timber on berth   Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
i  north, 4.1 chains east, 40 chains north,   No. 521, comprising  lands  situate  in
40  chains  east,   SO   chains   south,   40   the Province of British Columbia,  to
chains west, 40 chains south to point | the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake j .	
and comprising 5 blocks, described as |   SEALED TENDERS addressed to the
follows
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British  Columbia.
on  Berth   Ne,   - nprising    lands   nf commencement.
'   I>: tishCol-l    CIa'm No. 4'..���Commencing at. post
planted at the head of Kitsumgallum
-one ol
,. ,_���     .. :u mths' residence
cultivation ot   the land in
|for thn
|he fa:ln': ' '" mother, if the
|g ,,. the homestead-
.. . . the vicinity
J   ,.       i for,   the   require-
I may be satisfled
. ng
Commissioner    of   Dominion    ]_ands.
Bloci;  1.���Comprising that    portion   Department of the Interior, and mark-
lake  on   west  bank  about    20  chains   outside Timber Berth No. 44, Block 1,   ed on Ihe envelope "Tender for Tim-
south of the mouth of Kitsumgallum  and Timber Berth 254 Block 1, of Sec-   ber Berth No. 523," will  be  received
hose vlag iana8|.r!ver where it enters lake, thence 40   tlon 23, Township 4, Range 2(4. West   at   this  Department    until 12 o'clock
which lie to the wesl . .   :.,.,.   ,,,wins  west,  160 chains    south,    40  of   the 6th Meridian,   containing an noon on Wednesday, the 31st  day eif
required to per-   "m ,la  on  -:"     '"' -     '  Chehalls
ji,   QS connected there- Lake and <!'"'   "
I blowingplans:      Timbi    Berth  :
:.prising
and   iul    :��� of Tim ������
. hains
��� easl more or less to the shore,   area of 387 acres, more or less.
Sec ���    .- n0rth   thence along shore to point of com-      Blook 2.���Bounded  on the wesl  by  on   Berth   No.
July, 1307. for a license to cut timber
:-' '    t Section 25     thi       .     bait of  !'' "
Cheha Is Creek, on the east by Timber situate in the Province of British (  il
to the
20th DAY OF JULY, 1907.
for supplying and delivering at Victoria, a wooden scow and the erection on board of a steel derrick With
hoisting engine, boiler and other accessories according to specification:
also for supplying and delivering at
Victoria where directed, a double cy-
Under tandem hoisting engine, winch
to have four hoisting drums and two
winch heads, an upright steel tubular
steam boiler of 30 horse power capacity, and a structural steel derrick.
Specifications of the machinery and
plans of the derrick can be obtained
at the Department here, at the agen
cy nf this Department, Victoria, a:
comprising   land-  lho  Customa   HouBe   Vancouver,  and
with   the
Sectioi    i3,    the   south half and 'he' c     '   -v'��� 12.���Commencing at posti Berth 298 Block l.and the easl bound- umbia. and described aa follows:
:���'"    '               '      :  -     on    i. Sec- :'   ���    ��� about 20 chains south of the   ary  of  same produced    northerly to Timber  Berth   No,  523,  comprising
'���'"���    "��� Township ���           g    tiona  1, '        '  sl  of T. L.  No   7941, thence   Timber Berth 298    Block 2;    on thu the north-easl  quarter of Section  15,
L  'i!'    ast half of Si              thenorth '   west, 160 chains south, 40   north  by  Timber Berth  264  Block  2, and   thai  portion  of    the  north-west
'���������" 1 'arte     f Sectioi        Se tl n 11 '   '��� ��� ' chains neer:h to point   and 298 Block 2; and oa the south by quarter of Section  ll nol covered  by
,llf' ���-" ���  i half of Si          12 thi south ncement                                  Timbei Berth 254 Block l. containing Timber Berth.  171   (being approxlma-
wesi quartet  of Si           I:     and th lira No. 13.   Commen ...         post   an area of 726 acres, more or less.      Itelj   the north 36 chains)    in Town-
80ut' "                            Seel   n  15, In nted al   the north  west comer of      Block 3.���Commencing al the south ship 5, Range 27, Wes: of    the    6th  tides, viz.. engine, boiler and derrick
its   as  to resl- j Township 6,   all in Range 1, Wesl of ition No. 42, thence 40 chains west,   east      irner   of   Timber   Berth  29S Meridian, containing an   area   of  304   will   be  received,   and   separate'  ten-
by residence   '   ' ",!l  Meridian, com   ning an area ns south, 10 chains eas', 160  Block 2, thence north-easterly at righi acres, more or less.                                 .lers for the scow or tenders for all
f 4-310 north to  point of commence-j angles to the   easterlj   boundary    of      The berth must be surveyed within  together.
men'                                                          said Berth 298 Block2, 2 miles; thence one year after the date of the notice      An accepted cheque on a chartered
baa his perman-
ning land own-
..';.  of his home-
the Customs House. New Westminster, B. C.
Tenderers must furnish plana of
the boilers and engines offered, and
state the earliest possible time in
which they will agree to make- the
delivery.
Separate tenders for the three
ar-
faal!
ths' ���
.:: writing should      The  h musl be -   rveye
|0 tin- e. Jsloner of Do-   "ne year afti    the   lati     ; thi   notice          N .  14.���Commencing at post   north-westerly at. right angles to Inst   awarding the berth.
I- ��� awa of intention  awarding the berth lanted at the  north  west corner of  course, 54 chains; thence south west-      The regulations unde
which  a li-
. Canadian   bank  equal   to  20%  of the
whole amount of the lender must, ac-
< - The reg ilations un ler    whi :h a 11-
Idsma        purchased at ?10 censi                   issued,   eels.       Inted
|or sol       ���   and $20 for an- forms      tendei and envelo]
N '           than   320 acres ��� taim I       th 5 Depa tmenl   it at the
Iquire           ae Individual oi ;:.           the Crown Timber   \-"v al
Ui    rate of ten \ew West! . ;.-
I [on     .     ' pounds shed! be
Ion the gr ess output.
V
llnaiita. :
W. CORY,
:.i-:er of the In
:   publication  of
will not be paid
IND  REGISTRY  ACT.
���  v application b
> iter Florence Mary   Department of tl
|   , the     ' aer in Fee Simple' ������
hxSale  Dee l from Tin' Cor-
.:' ���':.���      trict ot Burnaby, to
| :.:.:... bl ai lng  el,lie   the
['of Mai  ll, A.  D.,  1902, of all
| certain   parcel   or
lan:   'i |   premises    situate.
ie District of New
er, ;:. Province of Bri-
I mo e     partlcularlj
location No, I , thence 40 chains west,   erl-v' a: right angles to lasl course, 21 cense "ill  be    Issued,   also    printed   company each  tender.      The  cheque
160 chains south,  10 chains east, 160   miles to easterly   boundary   of   said   forms of tender and envelope, may be  accompanying    the   tender   accepted
hains  north   to  point   of commence-   Berth 298 Block 2; thence south-east-   obtained al this Departmenl or at the  will be forfeited if the parly tender-
menl erly along said boundary to place of   office of the Crown Timber Agenl at   inK declines to enter Into a contract
Claim No. 15.���Commencing at the j be&mnillS, excluding   therefrom   any   New Westminster, B. C.
north west corner of location"'No. 44,   Portion &   Tim;..- Berth   308, which j     Each tender  must  be
tendei   n ts: iccomp ini ��� I   '^nce   40
by an accepted cheque   ;.  t chartered  south, 40 chains east, 160 chains north
lank in favor of   the Depuf   ot   the  t0 :,oint ot commencement.
Minister of the ir, foi  the am-      Claim No, 46.���Posl  planted al  the
.cn' of thi      '.      ���-..;:���'; the a;  ellcant   north west corner of location No, 12.
repared to pa   for a license. thence  SO  chains  wes:.    120    chains
���i   e high  -   o:    ;.    tend er no: i '���   '��� ' chains e ist, 80 chains south,
b'  chain? east.   40  chains  south    to   ' ;i easterly bounds .   SO chains.more      No tendei
dnt  of commencement. or less, to the   angle   In   said   east j tertained.
,,, .     ..     ,-     r,    .    ,    .  .    .  ,i   .bound.!:-  of Timber Berth 302; thence
Claim No. 4..���Post planted at the'
north west corner of location No. 44.
thence   10  chains    west,    160    chains
or fails tei complete    the work con-
iccompanled traded  for, and each  cheque will  be
chains   west.   160   chains  might fall within the? same, containing   by an accepted cheque on a chartered returned Immediately In case of non-
an area of 864 acres, more or less.        bank in favour of the Deputj  of the acceptance or a tender.
Block   1.���Commencing at    a point j Minister of the Interior, for the am- Th('  Department does not   bind  It-
on Mi    easterly  boundary of Timber  ounl of the bonus which the applicant w>If t0 accept the lowest or anj ten-
Berth 302 Block 1,   5 chains   south-   is prepared to pay for a license. aer-
easterlj   from  the  north-east corner!     The highest or any tender nol nee- Newspapers  Inserting   this   advert-
thereof;   thence  south-easterly  along   essarily ace
���ssariij   a icepti .
N . ���      pr .��� ;raph
erl iim I
PERLEY ti   KEYES,
Sec:-. I
Inter! >r,
ae en-
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
north-easterly, at right angles to last Secretary.
course following the boundary of said  Departmenl of the Interior.
v\ ilsement  without  authority  from   the
telegraph wlll be en-  Department will not be paid.
F.  GOTJRDEAU,
Deputy   Minister  eif   Marine  and
Fisheries.
Ottawa. Canada, 28th May, 1907.
Te-.ders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
Bre'.ish Columbia.
A. II
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
' Commissioner of Dominion Lands.
Department of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Tim-
be:' Berth No. 518," will be received
at this Department until 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the 21th lay of
July. 1907, for a license tee cut timber
on Berth No. 51S, comprishi lands
situate In the Province eif Britl sh Col-
im   ia   tO   'be'   we'-;     if   Chi 'ee'  .-   Cl     'Ii
and des ri ed as f ill iws:
Tin  ��� r Berth  No. 5K    con   rlsl
��� ial    onl eu of See -:  :, _��� ��� i        north
ot Timber Berth 28 i and thai p irt! in
of Section  '������2   outside Timber Berth
264 and said  Berth 2S0, in Township
I. Range 30, Wi sl   if the Oth Meridian;
also the north halt an i the soutH-ea ���:
quarter of Section 26, the uorth half
and  the  south-wesl   quarter
���_;. ihi   easl b ul Section .'���   tb ��� noi
half Section  32,    Sections  33,   II.  "Z
and those portions of Sec'.io-" 2.i an
:,,; outside Timber Berths 2S0, 201 and
272, ::; Township 1, Range I, We sl ol
th i : h Merid am als > Se'e tl ins 3, I.
;.. ���: ��� north I all an 1 south- tasl   piar-
,,,.. ge ���;,.;, 6  .-��� ' tions 7. 3, the n irth
half and the south-west quarter Sei -
tlon 9, the south-east quarter Section ,
L0, the south half Section 16, the sou h
dd land by virtue .if  half and the north-wesl quarte    s    -
"I Instrument, and all   tlon 17, the north half and south-easl      ,\ .TICE
...   interest  in the   garter Section IS, the south be:: and
ent, whose title iw   north-west  quarter Section    l
ri ied  as subdivisions
.   lsl m "A" ed lot 23,
;;.:.. hereby re-
��� '   claims  oi tin'
:' irty- five  daj'S
��� firs!  publication
thi : wise I shall regis-
I      M       Eveleigh as owner
| :      ���       \;  i   I   hereby   direct
I ��� ��� ��� notice for thlr-
I ne.-. spaper publlsh-
I ' in ter will be good
rice thereof.
" Land Registry Office.
Province of British
. day of April, A. D.,
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
Esp.
north,   40  chains    east,    160    cbains
south to polnl  of commencement.
Claim No. 43.���Post planted about
I I chains n irth if the north west
corner of T. L, No. T:11::, thence 160
chains west, 10 chains south. 160
chains east, more or less to river,
:' ence along river to point of comnu ncement
Ciaim  No.   19 ���P is
north   west   corner    of    T.   L.  7943,
th< ni e 160 chains    west,    40    chains
south,   160   chain-   e.isl.     40     chains
north to point of commencement.
Claim Ne). 50.���Post planted aboul
10 chains wi ' of the north east corner of locati in N i. 48, thence SO
chains west, SO i hains north. SO chaina
last, 80 chains south to poin: ot commencement,
Claim No. 51.���Post plante.1 at the
south west corner of T. L. N'o. 7943,
thence 160 ch iins west, to cha na
north, 160 chain.- east, 10 chaina
south to polnl eef commencement.
Claim   No.  52.���Post   i lante 1  ab iul
1   io chains wes!   if the south eas! corner   of   'I".   1..   No.   7943,   thence   160
chains    west,   10  chains    south,
chains east,  10 chains north I
)���' i ommencement.
Located   M t;   ".  1907.
1. icators:
WILLIAM  MOODY,
FRANK  VANDALL.
Berth 302, 40 chain-; thence north-
westerl; paralled to first course1 so
chain-, more or less, to correspond
with i m ;th ot flrsl . mi se; thenci'
south-westerly paralled to sec.unl
course 10 chains, to point of commenci :eeni. containing an area of 320
acres, more or les.
B i   . .'.   Comm m lag al a poin: on
the easterly shore, of Chehalls Lake,
Ottawa, Maj  30th, 1907
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Cnv.i.  Lena
Service.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made1 to register Francis C.
Honour  as the  owner  in   fe'e>  Blmple,
���under a tax sale deed from the Mayor
and Treasurer of   the City ot   New
Westminster, tb   Francis  C.   Honour,
a��ted. :1.;i1f  50 chains southerl;    trom   northerly bearing date the 2nd day ot October,
end of   said lake;    thenoe southerly A. D.  1903,   ot all and singular thai
along said easterlj  shore of lake, 2V4   certain  parcel  or tracl  of    land  audi        "      !������-���"
miles in direel dls ince, with a depth   premises Bltuate, lying and  belnf
of 67 chains on said easl shore, meas-   the City or New Westminster, in the   '      "      l!' ''!:"
u   id .it  righl  angles    to the general   Province  of   British   Columbia,   more
bearing of said easterly shore of lake  particularly  known  and  .lescribed  as
within  the bloi      . ml bn'nr. an area   Subdivisions 17. is. 19, of Lot 8, sub-
L,  pi a res, mo   ��� or less. urban Mick 9.
r: ��� I '. nooi  be surveyed with-     You and each of you are require.
TIME T-XBLE
B, C. Coast Line Servce.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Svibject to change without notice).
Steamer.
Princess Beatrice
Princess May....
Princess
jn ! Princess May
Princess
Prince.ss   May.
Leaves Vancouver.
.. July ii, 11 p. m.
. .July 12, M p. m.
. .July 19, ll p, m.
.. .Jul; 20, ll p. ni.
. . Aug. 2, 11 p. in.
. .'Aug. 9, 11 p. in.
. .Aug. 16, 11 p. ni.
.. .Aug. 2:i. ll p.m.
. .Aug.  30,  II   p. m.
point
with  Ibis notice,
��� through or under
ns  claiming  any
Agen!
VANDALL.
NOTICE.
ireb:    given tha!  30
dal ���. ^ ��� Intend to 'reply to
an i   ihi   Hon     Chief    C mimlssloner    ol
the   !. nda   an I   W irks    for    a    sped i
I l   under  the  provisions   those portions of   Sections 1,
ll, an I Sectl m 12.' licence  to cul  an I  < irrj   away  t.m-
ig 272 and 302,  ber  from    the    following    described
, i, Wesl of the  lan I .  situ ite I  In the
,   Section  12, the      Beginning al    1   posl
,, ,4) :;,i the sou  '     if -nail baj  BOlltll   -ib
;( Township 5, ial md aboul on 1 mile easl of Booker
Tth Meridian, Lagoon, thence uorth 10 chains, we I
, vi;-   ncre8i   .;, Ch 1 ns, n irth   !0 chains, easl
I halns,  south    10    chains,    easl     10
1 imins, so ith    iO    chains,    easl    IU
The berth m 1 ' /.""    ,,,,, ,     , ,���th   10  chains,    west.    4U
in   ine year ifter the date of the notle ��� awarding the  iierth.
1'., ���   re filiations  under which a  Ii-
ci nse will   be    Issued,   also    printed
1. of ten ler an i envelope, may be
ol ' lined at this Department or al the
cif.ii ��� of the Crown Timber Agent at
Nevi   Westminster. II. C.
Each   ten ler musl   be accompanied
.    .... epl ��� i   '; ique on a chartered
bank In favour of I be Deputy o�� the
������  ii iter of the ir.-:' ir, for the am-
1. nl  of    the bonu ��� which the appll-
. prepare I to p iy tor a license..
N e tender bj telegraph will be en-
, i'i.   The hi . lesl or any tender
n it   nei ea  irllj   a cepted
PERLEY Q, KEYES.
Secretary.
D ep ,; tmenl of the Interior,
Otl iu 1, A irfl 24th, 190Y,
NOTICE.
Princess liVani.v.
Princess Mav   ....
Princess Beatrice,
to       VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE
contest   the   claim   of   the   tax  pur-   S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vancou-
chasbr within forty-five days trom the   ver, 1 p.m. daily,
.bile, of   the  first   publication  ot   this       Leaves  Victoria dailj   at  1   a.m.
notice,   otherwise    1    Bhall    register VIOiORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
Francis C.   Honour as owner thereof PRINCESS BEATRICE.
in fee.   An.l l direct that publication      Leaves Victoria dally excepl Monday
dally newspaper
Westminster tor
good and sufflcl-
���i;i'1 Registrj   Act," shall be
ind   debarred   from
1 laim to or in respect
lOld   ror  taxes  iis
"Lan 1 Registry Act."
NOTICE.
il    thirty elays after
: '" m ike application to
mer or Lands and
ie io cut and carry
.Ms-  half Sectl n
wesl ot   1
ia Townshli
7th  Mer! Han;    a!
east quarter Seel
Range 2, West of   th
containing ':.   '    !   '���
more or less,
.,;���.,.; el   "ilillll
'     ''
:' r a ||
|,ilu'������  from the following de -
��mmeni Ing a! n posi plant-
- de o��   Twenty-Five
k ani1 marked .lames Sharpe,
thence  10 chainB west;
I   '        8 chains; thence east 80
f'      '���]"'��� '""'Ui sn chains; thence
I ' iiolnl of commence-
Ti; ��� regulatli
���ii;,e will    be
I
' ���   ������
n e
'mmencing    nl
BOUth     of
a      pose
James
one year after '      Iat'   "��� ':"' aotice
iwardlng the ber h.
e  under which a II-
Issued,   also prlnti I
..,,    ,     : . sr and envelope, may be
obtained al this Departmenl or U the
offlce e.f the Crown Timber Agent at
New Weatmlnsti r, B. C.
'  Lac!, tender mu      e a ��� ����pwled
by an accepted cheque on a char ered
bank in favour of the Deputy of thi
Minister of the interior, or the am-
aufl Whtch lhe applicant
,v for :   b. ��� -
',:1   tend ir aot nec-
;, ,e, , g mth : 1 ; h ins. west
, hain 1 to ] iinl if commencement,
TI
Tal ��� notice that, thirty days atfer
ia8l district:   date I Inten I to make application t.e
planted   head  11    ;  lief Commi  doner of Lands and
of Broughton   Works for a 1 cense to cul and carry
. 1    timber from the following des-
:rlbed  lands, situated In New West-
pi minster district,
1.   Commencing al   a  posi   set   on
ith bank n1' :    iresa creek about
thr 0 an I a b ilf miles west rrom Sil-
reek, thence norih eighty chains,
M'LAUGHLIN   LUMBER   CO., easl     eighty    chains,    south    eighty
I/in.
\ i!,, ouve', 3, C, Ms
1907
hains,  and  wesl  eighty    chains    to
mint of commencement,
2.   Commencing at a. post set close
to  No.   I   stake,   tlienee   norlh   eightj
west    eighty   cliains,    south
FORESHORE   LEASES.
Notice e- hereby given tha't, 60 days imalnf,
,.-. . ���  ,!,���..,  1  Intend  to apply to the eightj chains, and easl eighty chains
Hon.   Chief  Commissioner  or   Lands
:    thenc*
f"th80 chains; thence
thence   north   SO
West     in    chains, lo
ii "men:.
JAMES SHARPE
ount of the bo
is prepared to
The hlghesl 01
west 10  essarily accepted.
No ten ler by telegraph
tertained. ,.-..5,5
PERLEY (i. KI'ALS,
S-v;7etary
an I Work- brr a lease of the foreshore
Ighl for booming and milling purpose .-. comprising the whole of a bay,
given the name of Independent Bay,
altuated about two miles south of the
will be on
ti   ; oint of commencement,
:'. Commencing at a post set close j
to No, I Stake, thence west eighty j
chains, south forty chains, east one 1
hundred and sixty chains, north forty,
chaina and wesl eighty chaina to point
.,        ..:,i of <'r<s'i Island, on the eastjof (ommencement.
bank of Kltlmat Arm. ami about two j    4.   Commencing at a post set on the |
miles south from  Kildala Arm.
Depariment of the Interior.
Located April Sth, 1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY,  Locator,
FRANK VANDALL, Agent.
railway   belt   line,   distant   about   six j
miles   north   of   the   north    shore    of
Harrison   bike,  theace   west   eighty 1
chains,    north    eighty    chains,    east,
of ihi. notice in a
published in New
Ihirly days shall be
eiu  service hereof,
Daied al the Lan I Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this I'.Mh day of March,
A. 1). 1907.
C. S,   KEITH,
District Registrar
To George VV, Jamieson, li; p
All persona serve.I with this noiice,
and those claiming through or under
them, and all persons 1 laimlng any
Interesl In the said land bj virtue e>r
any unregistered Instrument, and all
persons 1 laimlng imm Interesl In the
Bald l iii'l b ��� descent, ��hose title Is
nol registered under the. provisions of
the "Land Registrj Vet," ihall be
forever 1 itopj��*��� l me 1 deb irred from
setting up any claim to or In re .pool
1 of the Bald land sii s .11 For taxeB
Us provided by the "Land Registrj
Acl."
FIRE ALARM  BOXES
Following is Hi" i icatlon and mini
bei of the Are alarm boxes In the city:
6���Asylum.
8���Royal City Mills,
7��� Carnarvon and Tenth,
8���Koyal avenue and  Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue anel Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
I-I��� Columbia   nnd   Dufferln
15���Sapperton.
2.'!���Queen's   avenue and   Sixth.
21���.....el avenue and Second.
25���Fifth   avenue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue anl Eighth.
27���Third avenue ami Tenth.
S2���Agnes and Sixth,
84���Schaake Machine Works.
3S���Columbia and McKenzie.
30���C.P.R.  Station.
42���Small  and  Auckland   Mills.
at 8:30.
VICTORIA
���.STMINSTER
NEW      Wi
ROUTC.
S.S. Rithel
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tuesday   and
Friday at 7 a.m., and leaves Nen West
minster on Wednesday and Saturdaj
at 7 ii.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen   City,
Leaves Victoria al   11   p.m. on  1st,
7th, and 1 Uh each month tor Cla; r>
epioi:  leaves Victoria   on    20th    for
Quatslno and way points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer      ,
Leaves N'e'-w Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at 2 p.m. an 1 Saturd iy
at 2 t>. in. with additional trip on Mon
.I iy at ."1 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Mon.lav. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7  a.  in.;   Friday  at 8 a.  in. additional
: trip Saturday
p. 111.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. 8. Beaver
Leaves  New   Westminster, 8  a.  m.
Mondays,  Wednesdays ami Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
in I Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at   S   p.m.   2nd
, and   llUh   of  each   month,   calling   at
Sktdegate on first trip and Rella Coola
on  second  trip.  Time on  arrival  and
departure are approximate.
For   reservations   and   Information
nail or address
ED. OOTTLET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Oen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
Qeneral Superintendent, Victoria.   ' ������'   I
l  ���"--?���������
__>..�� I .   .
THE  D. AIL Yi* NEWS.,
SATURDAY
JULy.
SPECIALS
GOODWILL'S   FAMOUS  FRUITS - Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP  COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
Public Supply Stores
^>
WORKS OF A WATCH.
! vXabWaWaX*?^^
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
GOOD BUSINESS OPENING
I
A Quarter or a half interest for
safe in a flourishing Sawmill business. Only ill-health would make
a man retire from such a profitable business. About $3000 cash
required. This is a cinch. Come
and learn full particulars.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEWiWESTMINSTER
All the Parts Are lint ��bt Kxvrt-Hhitia
of  One  Ideu.
To one who hns never studied the
mechanism of :i watch Its mainspring
or the balance wheel is a were piece of
metal. lie may have looked nt the faee
of the watch, and while he admires the
motions ot Its hands and the time It
keeps he may have wondered in idle
amazement as to the character of the'
machinery which is concealed within.
Take lt to pieces and show him each
part separately, and he will recognize
neither design nor adaptation nor relation between them, but put them together, set them to work, point out the
nthe'es of each spring, wheel and cog,
explain their movements nnd then
show him the resull. Now he perceives
that it Is all one design: that, notwithstanding the number of parts, their diverse forms and various offices aud the
agents concerned, lhe whole piece Is of
one idea. He now rightly concludes
that when the mainspring was fashioned and tempered its relation to all the
other parts must have been considered;
tliat the cog- on Ihis wheel are cut aud
regulated���adapted���to the ratchets on
that, etc., and his linal conclusion will
be that such a piece of mechanism
could uot have been produced by
chance, for tbe adaptation of the parts
is such as to show it to be according to
design and obedient io the will of one
Intelligence.
MUSLINS of QUA1I
AT LITTLE COST
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
VT Agents  for   'KLEENO" "ft*
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Paper Napkins
Chinese Lanterns
Fans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives
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J. J. MAC KAY & GO'S
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
and NEWS DEALERS
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':-*
CARS  LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM- 8   A.M.    TO    11   P.M. As Usual
�������-4
SUMMER   IS    HERE !
Keep out tnose Bluebottles
Fool those Mosquitos
by fixing up our
Screen Doors ana
Screen  W inaows
Fifty   Mile*   <<>  Miirkct.
It is not an uncommon thiug lit
France to see a fanner forty or fifty
miles from home in wei weather with
c load. If he sees a prospect of a
three days' raia. he puis his tarpaulin
over bis load, a cover over his horses
und a waterproof coat on aud starts
off to market. He may go fifty miles
before he finds a market that suits bim,
or he may know in advance just where
be is going. Vou do not ofteu see anybody driving fifty miles through a rainstorm lu the United States to find a
market for a load of hay, but it is not'
uncommon to see farmers' wagons forty or fifty miles from home iu France.
They choose the wet weather for that
purpose. Their roads are just as good
then as at any time.
We have just opened up a nice
line of ALUMLM'M GOODS,
including���
Preserving Kettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc, Etc.
t These goods are giving
splendid satisfaction, anil we
recommend  them.
75 Pieces of Wash Muslins anj I
Fancy Ginghams
15c per yard
While we show many handsome Wash Jyl
ranging in price from 25c to 45c, we are makb J
low priced line a special feature this week. It ofl
exceptional opportunities to provide tin.. chitdJ
with serviceable wash dresses at a minimum cost!
In the list are   Plain and Check Gingh;
Chambrays,    Striped   Percales,    Cotton chair
Flowered Organdies,  Swiss Spots and Dimities/
See our large show window for a few varietJ
| ANDERSON |
f & LUSBY ll
ft ft
M AI
>:.cC'��x*>>>>>>>>>>>x��>>>>:>xc i
W.S. COLLISTER &&
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
The Chinese.
Conservative historians among the
Chinese claim for their race au antiquity of at least 100,000 years, while
those whose estimates are a little
"wild" assert that the Chinese were
the original inhabitants of the earth
and that Chinese history goes back at
least 500,000,000 years. The government records of China place the foundation of the empire.' at 2500 B. C. and
claim that It. was established by Tohl,
who, they assert, is the Noah mentioned in the book of Genesis, B. C.
224(1.
How It Struck Her.
"Vou seemed greatly impressed." said
the minister, "with my description of
how they brought the head of John fhe
Baptist before the kins on a salver."
"Yes." sighed Mrs. lie Style; "I was
thinking how much better they train
i'd servants in those days. Now, mine,
tvben ll,,-y bring me thlDgs, are forever
forgetting the salver."���Louisville Con.
rler-Journal.
first
A   Sti re   Wuy,
Author���Oh,   i'-e   unutterable
monotony of existence! I am thoroughly disgusted "illi it nil. Would
lhat I might completely disappear for
awhile. Second Author���Then why
uon't you marry a famous woman?"
Judge.
Iler Mourning:,
Maud���Why Is that lady over the
wa," always in black? Is she mourning for any one? Boss Yes, a husband. Mam! I didn't know she'd been
married. Bess- N'i
fng for n husband
but she's  mourn-
all lhi' same.
IT'S  THE
LITTLE THINGS
M, forgotten, make life
miserable when camping
LIME JUICE for the thirsty
LEMONADE
TOOTH POWDER for
cleanliness
SOAP for  cleanliness
SPIRIT KETTLES for
speedily making hot water
HAIR BRUSHES
POCKET    CORKSCREWS
Etc., Etc.
A Good Oin
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms,
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANH
To those who cannot swim ���Our
Water Wings will support a
person weighing 250 lbs. as easily as
a boy of 50 lbs. By the use of them
you can pet twice as much fun out
of your morning dip.
See Our Window For Camping
Requisites
T. A. MUIR
THE DRUGGIST   ���   Columbia Sf.
"Quality and  Price
7.
KEEP YOUR
VALUABLE
PAPERS
IN   A
New Stock Patterns
Safe Deposit
OF -
When you get supplies for the pantry you wa "
fresh.     Th.'ii when you want good
TEA   AND   COFFEE
why don't you call en the man who make..-'
of them, and get value for your money'.'
ri    Aw i    nr       /*       Ofl! St.. next tn Columbia!
Edmonds I ea to. phone 309
GARR'S BISCUIT!
in hau-pound  packages
c per Ib.
-AT
50c RETURN
 BOX 1
IN  ] I
Fire - Proof Vaults
OP
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT COT, Ltd.
Paid up Capital. S 100.000
DINIRWARE
JUST OPENED
Adams y Dean
-AT
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
�� ' Ileal estate agreements of
saie purchased on short notice
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., im.
iji.ackik BLOCK
I F. J. HART,
Manager
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA,
.suitable for wedding gifts.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
I   ifflc.e 'Phone l*fi.       Horn roone 137
Columbia Bt.
I
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; Baggage delivered    promptly to tny
I part of the city.
j Light and Heavy Hauling
Cffiss���Tram Depot
BULLET IN*
Great Northern Railway|
SI7.40 Spokane and razlurn. Accouni
Baptist Young People's Jnion. Tickets on sale
July :'. and ,'i, return limit July 10.
Fare and One-third for round trip to I"''1'
points in Washington on account of Fourth of July>
Tickets on sale July X and 4, return limit July 6.
$3.55 Seattle and return.   Account Twenty-
third International Christian Endeavor Convention.
Tickets on sale July 8 and !), return limit .lul,vj��_
Low round trip rates to all taslcrn
points. Tickets on sale July 8, 4 and 5; Aug.
8, 9 and 10; Sept. 11, Vl and 18; return limil 90
days. St.Paul $60, Chicago $71.60, St.Louis $67.50,
Winnipeg $0(1. New York $107.60.
For rates to other points and all information,
call on or address
F. C. MEYERS, Agenl
Bank of Commerce Bldg-
Telephone 194

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