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JUN 20 1S06
Commandant at Kronstad Receives Significant Token From
Terrorists    Crisis in Russia Is Rapidly Approach-
ing, But the Emperor Goes on Playing Tennis���Government Waits the Blow.
Bialystok, June 18.���The correspondent of the Associated Press found the
history of riot here written In unmistakable signs in the streets, which
Were one continuous picture of arson
and pillage. 'I'he windows and doors
0f ihe Jewish houses were wide open,
giving a view of theii wrecked Interiors, or were boarded up with rude,
wooden shutters. Everywhere could
be Been weeping women hunting tor
traci of killed or wounded relatives.
The principal streets were devastated
and along them wretched proprietors,
last week rich but now reduced to
poverty, were wandering endeavoring
certain the extent of their mis-
The coiniiiandei   of the fortress at
Kronsta.lt has received a grim warning lit the shape of a coffin,  which
livered  at  his house.
The   bodies   of   nine   revolutionist.-;
en found in burned houses at
Bialystok   from which they   attacked
the police station.    Gen. Bader, commandant   Of  the   troops   at   Bialystok
een made governor general.
Reduced to  Black  Bread.
St. Petersburg, June  18.���The min-
teti. .    the interior has senl a clrcu-
I overnors and citj prefect i
atti nti.iii   to  the  excesses  al
Bialystok and Instructing ihem to take
efl   tlvi    steps to prevent    agrarian
incea  as  well  as attacks  on
��� ws, and to promptly nip In the
.   dip. i.'.ors.     Any   neglect   of
Instructions, it Is added, will be
The bakers of St.  Petersburg and
adjoining towns struck today an 1
only the black bread eaten by the
IKior was sold. The streets were
filled with crowds of workmen.
A correspondent of the Associated
Press was stopped today in one of
the sburban towns by a workman,
who, wlthoul the slightest embarrassment demanded money. The man an-,
uounced thai those who had money
might as well divide it as the work-'
men soon would be able to take what
they wanted.
A monster meeting of 15,000 Social
Democrats and workmen held at Tere- '
koi. Fin.Hand, this afternoon, was addressed by several members of the .
"Group of Toil" of parliament and
every revolutionary utterance was
frankly applauded.
Government Waits the  Blow.
The government appears to he
waiting for the blow io fall before
raising iis hand, and it is reported
thai the design of several ministers
to raise the question of a more active
policy, during the cabinet meeting
yesterday was apparently fruitless.
Heavy patrols' have been placed in
the streets and the railroad stations
are ocupled by troops, bul no action
has heen taken to stop the agitation.
The emperor is reported to be spending most of his time playing tennis
at Peterhof.
The Keeh today again appeals to
the emperor to try to save lhe situation bj dismissing Premier Goremy-
kiu and placing members of parliament, who enjoy a measure of public-]
confidence, In cent...! of the govern,
San Francisco, June 18.���Four men are under
arrest and charged with murder to answer for the
killing of Andrew Kellmer, of the Sailor's Union,
which occurred last night as he and several other
members of the union were approaching the steamer
''National City " in a launch for the purpose of inducing the non-union crew to desert the vessel. The
men accused of the murder are Port Captain Hammer, James B. Hubbard, Daniel T. Cahill, and Frank
The arrests were made after an all-night cruise
on the bay by the police in search of the '' National
City", which immediately after the shooting was
moved from her moorings at the foot of Sixteenth
Street to Hunter's Point.
The arresting officers were well armed with rifles
and no resistance was made. Captain Frederickson,
who was actually in command of the National City,
took no part in the shooting and was not taken from
the boat. He went to the police quarters of his own
volition, however, and made unsuccessful efforts to
communicate with the arrested men. Engineer Bird,
of the launch which carried the union sailors to the
National City last night, declares that the men who
were fired upon were entirely unarmed, and made no
hostile move, even after the men on the National
City opened fire on them. The shooting has created
a tremendous sensation on the waterfront, but seems
to have no appreciable effect on the lockout situation.
Indignant Ratepayer Gives Council Until June 25 to Put  a
Stop to Unpleasant Odors Emanating From
a Drain-���Davitt's Advice Receives
Poor Welcome.
There is at least one man in New
Westminster who thinks that he can
give pointers to the ciiy fathers on
the way they should conduct civic
affairs, and in a long letter to the
council last evening this man, W, J.
matter would be discussed when the
council takes up the subject of the
appointment of an inspector, and tha'.
the clerk should write to the secretary for a copy of the plans they
The  proposition  of  the  city   band,
Davitt, made several caustic remarks   submitted at the last meeting, was re-
respecting   the  operations   that  have | celve(1 iu writing, and C. D. Peele was
been going at the Brunette Saw Mills
recently.    He    charged     that  L,     \.
present to answer questions. The
j band offered to play once a week on
i Columbia  street,  and  in case of in-
Lewis, the manager of ihe company . cien]ent weather, they agreed to give
had been driving idles on public prop- a concert the following Thursday at
erty alter having been turned down by j the Albert Crescent. The mayor was
the government, and that later he at-; o�� the 01)inion tnat a supplementary
tempted to bluff the council at a \ concert should be given in the east
private meeting. He also objected :o j endj and another in the west end of
water lots being given to the com-! tnt. city, and the aldermen residing
pany, even if they were going to build] jn lnose districts backed him up vigil mill ihere. After the communion- orously. The lack of suitable lights
tion had been read, received and til 2d \ was the obstacle put forward by Mr.
according to custom, the mayor ev-! pee!e, but after much talking, it was
pressed his opinion of Mr. Davitt'.;; decided that he chairman of the light
letter in no measured terms, saying j committee should arrange to have
thai the council were well able to suitable lights fixed up for the oc-
look after the city's interests, and j casi0n, and on behalf of the band. Mr.
that if they needed help, they would i peeie promised that the extra con-
not apply to Mr. Davitt for it. \ certs should be given.   Mr. Peele also
Pound   Keeper Let Out.
The    resignation    of    Poundkeeper \
Murray   was   received and   accepted,
the  resignation   to   take   effect   from
July   1,  and   iwo  aplications  for  the
position    were  received,    one    from
suggested that the merchants should
pay 50 cents or $1.00 a month for the
privilege of listening to the music on
Saturday evenings, as they were indirectly benefited by it, as the concerts    brought     people    down    town
Annua!   Race   From   Dover  to   Heligc-
land  Yields   Laurels    for
Yankee  Builders.
Subjects     of    Tsar   Were     Surprised
When   They   Were   Seized   in
Mimic  Warfare.
Sir William McDonald Pours Out Three More  Millions  on
McGill    Hon. Louis Brodeur Banquetted in
Montreal By Enthusiastic
Thomas Dominy and the other from i where they patronized their stores.
\V. Sanderson, the latter declaring
that he would not accept less than |50
a month. Both applications were referred to the police committee to report.
A complaint was received from .!.
E. Phillips respecting the odors emanating from a drain on the east side or
Fourth street, opposite his property,
and asking that the nuisance be
abated.    He further staled that if the
The    mayor reported that    he had
visited the new reservoir on Monday
' morning,   and   had   found   the   water
within a fw inches of the top.    Tho
i fences were also being satisfactorily
i repaired.    Aid.     Henley    complained
| that the water was riming to waste ac:
| the city troughs, and  suggested  that
the superintendent be advised, and instructed to regulate the flow, so that
the supply shouhl not be so great dur-
Heligoland, June IS.���In the Dover
Heligoland yacht race tor Emperor
William's cup. which was started Sat-
urdaj morning, the American built
yawl Navahoe, owned by George W.
Watjen, of Bremen, crossed the finish
line al 8:05 this evening. The American caller Ailsa, owned by Mrs. A.
R. Li wis Hill of Southampton, al 0:00,
ai"l the liritish buill schooner Clara,
owned by Max Von Guilleame, of Cologne, at 9:30 o'clock.
��� ���o	
Fresno, Cal., June is.- The continued hoi weather of the past woe';
has melted the snow In the sierras,
and both Kings and San Joaquin
ire higher than al any time
sim'1, the  memorable  year of   1884,
acres of  valuable grain  land
i   ��� loded.
London, June 17.���The first period
of the maneouvres closed Saturday.
An official reporl of the full results
attained has not been issued yet but
thev are understood to have been
gratifying with regard to the strength
of the coast defences and mobilization Of naval reserve divisons. Several
wheat-laden sailing ships, including
the Russian bark Fahrwohl. were
captured southwest of Queenstown.
Their crews were greatly surprised
and supposed that an outbreak of hostilities had taken place when at first
they  were surrounded  hy  warships.
Mayor Keary received a reply yesterday to the telegram sent to J. B.
Kennedy, M, P., on Saturday, regarding the fishing scare. The telegram
was brief and to the point. "Xo truth
in published report," was all it said.
Montreal, June IS.���At a meeting or'
the board of governors of McGill
University today Sir William C. McDonald, the millionaire tobacco manufacturer, intimated that it was his in
tent ion to hand the school of agriculture and college for teachers in training, now under construction at St.
Anne de Bellevue, over to the board
of governors of McGill. The cost of
the college buildings and equipment
will be over a million dollars and in
addition, Sir William is giving an
endowment of $2,000,000, whicli, it is j
expected,   will   he  sufficient   to   fully
maintain it. The institution will be
ready to begin work a year from next
December. Dr. Robertson, formerly
Dominion dairy commissioner, is the
head of the new institution and is in
charge of the construction.
Banquet to  Brodeur.
Montreal, June IS.���The banquet
tendered by the Liberals of Montreal
to Hon. L. P. Brodeur tonight was a
great success, fourteen hundred sitting down to the vast array of tables
which covered the immense floor of
the drill  shed.
existing conditions still prevailed on I inS the rest of the week as on Fri-
June 25, he would*instruct his lawyer! rta>'s- when a ful! flow crm be allowed,
lo bring a suit against the city, hav- as the farmers will use a lot of it for
ing fully made up his mind that ""h> their stock. His recommendation
should not be outraged by the council ' was approved, and the superintendent
anv longer." Mayor Keary explained ta to be instructed accordingly.
that he had already instructed the
superintendent of sewerage to have
the matter attended to, and that the
nuisance would cease within a day or
so. The communication was ordered
Ask For the Road.
A. J. Holmes, on behalf of the
Oddfellows' cemetery, asked thai the
street lines on Richmond street on the
east half of Lot 19, and the west
half of Lot. 20, Block 3, New Westminster   suburbs,   be  given   to   them.
Prague, June IS.���A disastrous
cloudburst occurred today over the
communes of Selan and Smichow, an 1
in the .valley of the Sazava rive;'.
Sixty houses were demolished, dams
and bridges were swept away, fields
were laid waste and much live stock
perished.   Seven persons are missing.
London,  June  17.���W.   F.   West, of
This   was   referred   to   the   board   of   tbe   Undine   Barge  club,  of  Phlladel-
The Baptisl Voting People's rally
1"'1'1 ln the Olivet Baptisl church last
evening was a great success. About
:"" young people of the Baptisl
churches of Vancouver attended,
A; remarks by the chairman, A. H-
Marlon, of Vancouver, a flute solo was
'','1"1,T"d by A. Leslie of lhis city, ac-
oompanled by Miss F. Banten on the
Jl'San, This was encored vigorously
'V the large audience. The pastor of
J1'" New Westminster church, Rev. Ai.
i1(   togg, D. D��� then gave a short ad-
688 of welcome lo the visitors. The
Dexl Pari of the programme was the
I'''"11'''' of a portion of the scripture
A. W. Dymnock. A solo by L.
accompanied  by Miss K.  Len-
6 "n the  organ   followed,  and   was
v'."; well rendered.    The chief pari
1 'ho programme consisted of an ad-
18 by    * Rev. B. H. West, of Van
couver, in which he referred to the
early history of the Baptisl people
during the sixteenth century and the
trials that were undergone by them
during thai time, especially in Switzerland. The speaker also commented
on the privileges enjoyed today
throughout Anglo-Saxondom which
are largely due to the efforts of those
who stood for iho Baptist principles as
outlined in Hie New Testament. Tin
speaker then gradually led up to tha
work of tho present day and In closing remarks that the Baptisl doctrine
stands for solidity and common .sense
above all other things. After singing
a hymn and serving refreshments tho
meeting was broken up at ahout 10:30,
tho guests leaving on cars that wero
awaiting them at Queen's Park. This
is the first Young People's rally he'll
in New Westminster iu whicli the
Vancou ver Baptists joined.
Packingtown      Disclosures      Provoke
Searching   Questions   in   Imperial  House.
London.    J tine'   IS.���Chicago    meal
again Informed the subject of several
questions In the House of Commons
today. Mr. Hicks-Beach, Conservative, son of the former chancellor of
the exchequer, asked War Secretary
Haldane what quantity of Chicago
canned meats was supplied to the
iroops in South Africa during the
late war and what proportion of enteric deaths ought more properly to
have been ascribed as due to ptomaine
The secretary replied that rather
more than half the canned meat had
come from the United Slates. The
war office knew nothing of any cases
of enteric fever which would be classed as ptomaine poisoning.
Mr. Lea I Liberal) wanted to know
if the war office would not issue an
order requirng every can of meat supplied to the army to be plainly stamped with the date of manufacture. Secretary Haldane said that such had
long been the requirement of the ordinary war office contracts.
Police Capture  Broker Who    Carried
Off     Schoolboy     to     Extort
Money   From   His
Philadelphia, Pa., June 18.���Little
Freddie Muih, who was kidnapped
from school on Tuesday last, was recovered from his captor in a sensational manner lhis afternoon. For
several days the identity of the kidnapper has been known to the police,
bul despite the efforts of 400 men
who have been working on the case,
he was not located until today. Accompanied by one of his men, Chief
of Detectives Donaghuy went to 426
North Sixty-second street, in West
Philadelphia, and there found John
Joseph Kean with his captive. Kean
attempted to escape and was shot at
by the detectives. The bullets missed their aim, but Kean surrendered,
and was taken to the police headquarters. The kidnapper, who is 42
year* old, is described as a former
stock broker who had recently been
a real estate agent. He has a wire
and three children and it is believed
that, his desperate financial situation
i drove him to tha crime.
works with power to act.
Brigadier A. Smeeton, of the Salvation Army corps in Vancouver, asked
the council to assist them with a
financial grant for their home in Vancouver, whore Ihey cared for fallen
women. Ile pointed out that as girls
were taken from this city, ihey should
be enl il led to a grant from lhe council, especially as the removal of these
women was a benefit to the com-
inunily. This was referred lo lhe
finance  committee  to   report.
A petition signed by seventy-six
rale payers, headed by C. (!. Robson,
was received, asking for the construction of a sewer on Sixth streel and
all Intersecting streets necessary for
the connection of their properties
with lhe main sewer.   The mayor said i grand jury today handed down an in-
phia, who is to compete for the Diamond Sculls at ihe Henley regatta,
arrived at Southampton today. On
the journey over from New York
something stove a hole in his racing
shell but he hopes to be able to repair the damage at Henley.
Los Angeles, June IS.���Mrs. Arilla
Scheck, who with Krnesl G. Stackpole,
is charged with the murder of her
husband, Joel Scheck, made a statement today concerning the crime, in
which she asserts lha; she is the victim of hypnotism by  Stackpole.
Trusts Are  Indicted.
New   York, June   IS.���The federal
that the construction of this sewer
would lie the next work undertaken,
anil lhal lhe men would be set to
work there as soon as they get
through with the Fourth avenue
Plumbers Offer Help.
Charles B. Keefer, secretary of 1h3
Vancouver Journeymen Plumbers' Association wrote respecting the appointment of a sanitary inspector and informing the council that they were at
aresent preparing plans which they
Intended to submit to the Vancouver
council with reference to the improvement of the sewerage system, and of-
fering to submit the same plans to
the New Westminster council if they
desired   it.    It  was  decided  that  the
dictment charging the MacAndrews &
Forbes company, the John E. Young
company, of Baltimore, and the presidents of the two corporations, Karl
.langbluth and Howard T. Young,
with violation of the Sherman antitrust law. The indictment Is the result of an investigation into the so-
called tobacco trust commenced by
the  federal   grand  jury  May,  1905.
Equitable Is Nationalized.
New York, June IS.���Stockholders
of the Equitable Life Insurance Society today, by a vote of GOT to 80,
adopted the formal resolutions authorizing the amended charter, which
provides for Ihe nationalization of the
~~ ���-���������. '
Ladies of the W. C. T. U. Will Gather
in Queen's Avenue Church���
Many   Delegates  in
This afternoon, in the Queen's
Avenue Methodlsl church, the twenty-
third annual convention of the Women's Christian Temperance Union of
British Columbia will assemble for
-sion. Th. gathering is
expected to prove an Important one,
for no fewer than fifty delegates from
different parts of the province will
be in attendance. Reports of the
various differem branches of the society, which cover almost every
known line of modern reform work,
will be received and interesting debates will undoubtedly be provoked by
some of the recommendations made
therein to the convention. The
"piece de resistance" of the programme Is Blated for the closing ses-
Blon, Thursday night, when the promised oratorical contest between iho
young ladies of tho association who
< , . to . ������ pari will ... held. Ac-
��� i "    annual custom, a silvi r
ii i warded to the
contestant who, in the opinon of the
judgi elivers thi n st address on
"prohibition,"���this silver medal entitling the winner to enter a second
: te ilanned for some date in the
future when the silver medallists of
i ich year will contest for a prize of
Thi fo lows:
This  Afternoon.
1:30 lng,
2:00���C ���    ��� alle I to    01... r.
...   Firm   a   Foundation."
:      ���        .;       .'.... ;hton,   Vic
Roi ers   nd supei intendents.
j. if   executl       committee   on
C mon,  by  Rev.
lough, B. A.
R. ��� :' ��� re lentials'   com-
��� e.    Roil call of delegates.
Pres lent's   address.     Ti
er's     ���      -     Corresponding   .-
-    ��� A Ij ' :.:.-.    : -
This   Evening.
taken    bj ...
ex     Ises     ',..   tings, Mayor
...    -erial Association,   Rev.
S.   Henderson;   Woman's  council,
'���'���  -     . '���'.   -    Van   Lou   t ir  local
. w. C. T. iv. solo,; replying to
��� - -   ol   wel   .......   Victoria,   Mrs.
Margt. Jenkin-:   address, Rev. W.   B.
Van offering,    an-
icements    Doxolog    and benedic-
' ion.
Wednesday   Morning.
I���D vo\ lon d exercises, Mrs. T.
F. Watson, Vane o ivi  .
9:45���Convention   called to   order.
Ro'.l  call.    Reading of minutes.    De-
���   orts,   Press work, Mi s,
Dingwall,     Nan dm.       Unfi rmented
wine, Mrs. Burkhold.    \ Ictoria. Literature, White Hi!.:.on Ti lings and Bul-
li tin, Mrs. Pelkey, Vancouver,    Evan-
Istic work, Mrs. T. P. Watson, Vancouver,   Missionary work, Mrs. Prii -'-
ly, Nanaimo,   Mother's meetings, Mrs.
Sherwood, Victoria.    Organizer's    re-
Mrs.   Spofford,   Vii I iria.     Fair
work. Mrs. Dr. Manchester, Pen Ham-
ond.    Sol | teers, Mrs.
"   Vancou rer.    Bible reading, Mrs,
'���   Gi   at, Victoria.    Noontide pi
Wednesday Afternoon.
2:00- -Di (rational exercia   ,    Nana!-
called   to
nornli lon.
. ii ats   re-
Juvi alii      .m. : .   Mrs,  <".    L.
I hilliwack,    Parlor  i
^ I    -. ...      R illr a 1
��� A. A.  Dorrell,    Roll
flection .    .    Reporl
i:    ���. ���
. In schools,
'; ���    Vanco ive .   Adjournment
Wednesday  Even,n-j.
'   ' , Idress,
la.  Ofl
'��� .     '
.    Presentation
"���    ��� ii   Vii orla.
I       ai diction.
Thursday  Morning,
;    ���    Reading    Mrs,   Spain,
Roll    call ;,., ,    ,-  [ing   0f
mlnut       Rep i I    Curfew  bell, Mrs,
"��� ��� ���    't   Sailors, lumber^
'���"���    Mrs. McDonald, Van
'���'���   "'���    nong foreigners! Mrs.
G  M. Smith, Vancouver.   Temperance
coffee   houses,    M       ,,. ,,,. :'    Vm.
" '''���"���'��� s"ri;i1 Purity, Mrs. S. J.
Thompson, Victoria. 1'rovincial w.
C. T. r.  Home, committee's report,
I leper"   of   Y  work.
11:30   Memorial.    Noontide prayer,
Thursday Afternoon.
2:n(i Devotional Exercises, Chilli-
V':|"^ Minutes ol previous session,
Re- 3rta of commit".,.,. (Pinal.) Ap
polr.tmenl of superintendents. Appointment   of Provincial Home   com-
��� ittee.   X il i es ���'���' motion and ai
itltution.    \...\
ami  place ol  nexl  ���   a\
at of audit
I   b.      Reading    of    min
j of convenl
Thursday  Night .
S -~""Y" night.      Chair I
Mrs. Gordon Gram, Victoria Opening exercises. Music. Modal contest
and drill. Address on Juvenile and
Young Women's Work. Mrs. Macken
and  Mrs.   Dr.  Gillespie erland. I
Report of judges and presentation <>:'
prizes and medal.   Offering in aid of i
the work.
"God Save the King."
��� u	
The Song of the Thrush.
Ah,  the  May was grand this mora-1
Shure, how could I feel forlorn in
Such a land, when tree   and    flower
tossed    their    kisses     to      the
could an Irish heart be quiet
While the Spring was running riot,
An'   the   birds  of  free   America   were
Binging in the trees'?
In the .-onus thai thej were singing
Xo familiar note was ringing
But   I   strove  to  imitate  ihem   an'   I
whistled like a lad,
0, my heart  was    warm    to   love
For the very newness of them���
For   the  .'libI   soul;.-   thai   ihey   lie!;,.. 1
me to forge"-   an' I was gla 1.
So I mocked the feathered choir
To my hungry heart's desire,
And l gloried in ihe comradeship thai
made their joy my own,
a   new   note   sounded,   stilling
the  res'.     A  thrush   was  thrilling!
he thrush  I  left behind  me in
the fields about Athlone!
Whore, upon the  whitethorn  swaying,
He was minstrel of the Maying
In my days of love and laughter 1h.1t
the years have laid to rest:
Here again his notes were ringing!
But I'd lost the heart for singing���
Ah! the song I could not answer was
the one I knew the best.
���T. A. Daly, in the Catholic Standard and Times.
A Dividing Line.
The people we know necessarily fall
into certain classifications. Some have
travel.'!, some have not. Some have
been to college, some have not. Some
are generally good-natured, some are
not. Some go to church, some do
not. Some think and some do no".
And so on.
The quest ion we are asking is,
Which of all the dividing lines is
most decisive in fixing the real position of men and women whom we
meet and have to do with in the common doings of life?
I',.-ween Dives and Lazarus, we are
told, there was a gulf in the- next
world; between them the story shows
that there was already a gulf in tho |
presenl world. Shall we think of the
gulf as merely one between wealth
and poverty, or, since Dives left his
wealth behind, shall we not. rather
think of the division as existing between different states of mind? It
may fairly be assumed that the most
decisive lino of distinction must de-
pond, not upon external conditions.
but upon the state of mind.
Xow, what is the state of mind.
the having and not having of which
makes tho most difference in relations between men? Does it. not
turn upon the idea of what may be
called in modern language the democratic mind?
The democratic mind implies a
distinction which is internal and
vital. The democratic mind puts
first the common humanity of men,
the dignity of man as man, the duties
of man as man, the rights or man as
!l;l". If puts quite secondary all
external distinctions, and we might
almosl Bay all 'merely Intelectual distinctions.
Democrcy n presents the Impulse
and progressive tendency toward
equality of dignity, duties, and rights,
Called by different names, it has bee,-,
'he guiding principle or all the greal
foi ��rard movements In history, ri is,
moreover, the touchstone of genuine
illglon- the religion which is a motive power in life and regulates the
relation of man to man.
Whosoever has once fell the Spirit
of this idea of the essential equality
of men, and has come to see that the
Inequalities are merely secondary and
accidental���-whosoever has once gol
the conception of the democratic
mind���can not gel rid of it. It fixes
the viewpoint and standpoint of men.
More than learning and ignorance.
more than wealth and poverty, more
than any other distinction whatsoever, the state of mind indicated by
the words democratic or aristocratic
Is the main dividing lino.
I-  o���	
Medical SIi,dent���What did you operate on thai man ror?
Eminent     Surgeon���Five      hundred
"1 mean whal did he have?
' Five hundred dollars."
And the low prices will keep them moving till all the stock on our bargain list is gone
The Small Sum of 50 Cents will Purchase One of Our Fine Negligee Shirts.
Men's Balbyiggan double thread Underwear, regular
50c for 25 Cents.
Men's Cotton Socks, 4 pairs for 25 Cents.
Special Line of Men's Shoes, regular $1.75 to $2.50
for $1.25.
Boys' light Summer Shoes, regular $1.75 for $1.25.
Men's Suspenders, light and heavy, regular 25c and
35c, for 15 Cents.
Men's Flannelette Shirts, regular 40, for 25 Cents.
White and red handkerchiefs, regular 15c and 20c for
5 Cents.
Neckties regular 25c and 35c, for 15 Cents.
Boys' Knickers 25 Cents.
Men's and Boys' Clothing, right up to date in styles
and patterns and wide range of sizes and materials to select from, One Third Off Regular Prices.
Westminster Clothing
Columbia Street Ncxt:Door to Royal Bank of Canada.
i. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,   Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone 12. New Westminster.
���M��� ���M���11 '
'Phone 101
Reichenbach Company
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the Feiiy Trade.
re have on salf for tlie benefit of
our Customers the Primeat, Tenderest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall f-.-.d for our trade.
Columbia' Street, New Westminster.
"i   *��� i -�����:* i
Ulty Uimill Line���omviCT irom
nonrs   tne   ��*��v������>   im"   �� TUESDAL, JUNE  19, 1906.
And the only way to keep posted is read the
Delivered at your door in time for breakfast. Complete service of the World's
news as furnished by the Associated Press,
and all the local happenings of interest.
Per Week
The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which yon can talk business to almost every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you.
CoWan'S Perfection COCO&
(Maple Leaf Label)
MilK Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallions, ELtc.
Cowan's CaRe Icings
��� 1  in
:*a   I M
���A A.
Formai  Opening by Hon. G. H. V. BULYEA,
Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta
HEI ,.
On July 2, 3, 4 and 5,
Under the auspices of The Edmonton Industrial Exhibition Assn.
$6,000 in Harness and Running Races
i i    $15,000 to be Expended During tlie Fair
Special Railway R?ntcs From All Parts.
PRIZE   LISTS  furnished  free  en  application  to the  Association.
�� 'flrTTSJWri'TW^^ i -'3 '��W
Should Read the
Spring Fishing Number    i
(May Issue) of
And Motor Sports in Canada
Sent   postpaid  en   receipt of  15 cents  in stamps.
Frederic Percy Armstrong tolls of his successful encounter with
a fighting salmon in Quebec v aters. Ashley 1). Conger describes
in realistic manner his thrilllngaight experiences while watching a
deer-lick. T. P. Bresnan gives an account of a holiday at ihat Ideal
fishing ground���Temagami. E. Connor portrays a typical angling
match in Paris. Miss A. R. McKee tells of two lady novices fishing
a whole afternoon on Rice Lake, Ontario. L. D. Robertson descants on
his hunt all by himself without guide or companion, in Quebec province. W. R. Gilbert writes enthusiastically of the true angler who
.loos not fish for fish alone. Algonquin Park as a fisherman's paradise is described by word picture and illustrations. E. O. Woolsey
tolls of a fishing trip to Chats Rapids on the Ottawa River. Canadian Pishing Territories from ocaan to ocean are indicated. Rev. Dr.
Murdoch relates a guide's panHr- story. The formation of the Alpine Club of Canada is told, and its future success predicted. Quebec's
Pish and Game leases, and the Government compromise thereon is
given. Ontario's Game Commission reporl is summarised. Canada's
first audi and motor boat show la described. Sports Afloat received attention, All Canada's trap news Is given and comments of interest to
every trap shooter is added.
yddress-W. J JTAYLOR, Publisher, Box 1448, Woodstock, Ont.
Roosevelt  Yields   to   Qbdurr.te    Committee and  Packers Will Conceal Age of Their Embalmed Output.
Washl       'i     ii. C., Jun<
:' implete agreement .-
.    lon Ween
len     Rooi
��� ������ on agricultun   ���-
'   '",| ie White H
The bill will author       u    .
��st of, I      i    ;...,     The con     a
" '   ; ;"'      ;|   no   '.   contaii
to the ' 'hi
���. ..... ;,..  .
��� ��� nt. i      I
of agricultun :
nd  this no1 [r. R
the lal  i
tors tl .���. ...
at all  tin
thi   word! :    " ;
li.      ������    | ������    bi ���     I
entire  sal Li facl lon  with
which was reported from the commit-
tei   as a substitute for the Beve
amendmenl    and    wns  toda
tnltted    ' m I ee  thai    the
obanges mighl  be made.
When Surgeons and    Barbers    Joinrd
Mon than 400 years old Is
ai Coll. ��� ��� ��� ��� ons, Edinburgh. At
the time ll was founded the surgeons
and barbers of the ciiy were united
as one of the fourteen Incorporated
trades of Edinburgh. On Julj i. 1505,
they received their charter from the
Town Council.
The charter oi the barben>surgeonB
was confirmed bj James IV, an early Stuart King, of great enlighti a-
ment an.l accomplirihment, who to
much Interest in the progress ol the
surgeons on account of the m
his army in time of war.
In the charter leave was given to
the Incorporation to control (he medical education of the city, such as
It was ln these days; of blood let
ting, to hav.' the solo right of prac
lice and  to  put  down  quacks.
They were to gel every year the
body of a criminal who had been
ex. cuted to practice anatonly on
ihey promised in return to do "suffrage for his soul." Of the firsl 158
members of the incorporation, six
were surpeons to the Kings of Scotland.
As society improved and medical
science developed, the gull between
the surgeons and barbers widened.
and in 1772. as the result of a pro
cess in the Court of Session, the i on-
nection was finally terminated. The-
deacon or presldenl ol the incorporation ol surgeons was ol mere than
320 years a member of the Town
Council ol Edinburgh, ex-officio. and
several of the deacons were members
of the Scottish parliament.
Tide Table   Fraser River
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
Seven  hundred  miles  of  magniflcenl
river  trip.    Empress  of   Britain  Bails
from Montreal for Liverpool June 23rd. i
For other dales and rates apply to
Pi). goulut,
C. P. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route !
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains  (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
express    and    freight    connect    with
stages at Carcross and White.Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS,  Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver, B. C.
Northern Pacific
Trains STaily
Travel on thi   Fannies
Electric-lighted train.    Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Torcnto, St. Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reducer)    F1n.;s    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Portland, Ore. A. G.       A
Said a distinguished politician to
his son, "Look at me! I began as an
Alderman and here 1 am at the top
of the tree; and what is my reward?
Why, when I die my son will be the
greatest rascal in the city."
To this the young hopeful replied:
"Yes, dad, when you die, but not till
Date Water
Mondaj          2*36
|    L7.30
Tu.'slay  j      B.20
:    18.15
Wednesday            8.50
Thursday    j      4.20
|    19.30
Friday   j      4.50
i    2H.nr,
Saturday   |      f>.2r,
|    20.45
Sunday    |      6.00
j    21.20
Monday   ...
Tuesday  . ..
Thursday ..
Saturday ...
Water Low Water
|H'ghtTime Hght
0.28 | 9.1
12.07 | 1.".
1.15 | 9.G
12.45 I 1.6
Br 'I
TUESDAY,   JUNE   19,   1906.
Published by The Dally N< �� ','
:������    Lit
fl     g   corner   of   Sixth   and   I
���j   .    ,. New Westminster. B. C.
matter of the "Pen
leal," as it is called, will result as did
'.aien Island investigation before
a committee ol the Leg. This
Is .1 -:ross case of contempt of court.
The result of the Kaien island Ini
gation  was a coat  of  whitewash,   bo
poorly applied that it would not
J.  C.   Brown fl- J'  Burde   The IVndray matter is to be investigated  before a judge, and i'  is sailing very near the wind    to   insinuate j
that any of the supreme couit judges j
would    use    the    wnitewash    brush: |
Grand     Trunk   Pacific   Will     Instal
Canadian  System to Absorb the
Present Great  Northwestern.
Transient   display   advertising,
,MUs per line. jnonparleD �� ��ne.tt ; ____ ^ _. ^^  ^ bad ^ _
tbe inch. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type. 20
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, lu
cents per line.
i'or time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
1e r.Oc.   Wants, for sales, lost or
iound','rooms to let, etc.. one cent per
word! No advertisement taken for
lesi than 25 cents.
mate that if he did he would so bundle the job that the black spots would
be plainly visible under the whitewash.
Business office   	
Editorial   office   	
Manager's   residence
.   ;   ..
Th.- Co in        ' -    thro igh    a
editoi lal   m itter  an I
news" to excuse
the wild break it made las- Saturday
abou      ��� egula   ons.     The
poinl   of the  matter  Is
3 given    ������'....      ���    that
the part of the "oil yea:"   order    in
council whicb   el. i    I06 was to
hav,- no force or etlect;  and anyone
anxious about fishery
Hard on Mr-Bride's    chief   counsellor.���Ir  is reported  that   Mr.    J.    H.
Hawthornthwaite, leader ot   the   Socialist party in British Columbia, and
of himself and   another    Socialist    in
22   the  legislative assembly,  is to    tour'
17   British  Columbia  in  the  interests  ol
his  party.    No use. dim:   British  Co-!
la has had about enough of your
sort of socialism.���Nelson    Canadian.
Herald of Election.���The   business
met   ol Armstrong who are directors
Cot!      elt mine in th* vicinity
ol Seymour Arm. have succeeded  In
getting from the McBrlde governn
roprl ."ion of $M'O tor the pur-
' ���   of building a trail to the mine.-
strong Advertiser.
. o	
Guichon���Charles    K.  Vincent    and
friend, Victoria; Jack Green, Everett;
Thomas A. Sharpe, Agassiz;   H. Dun-
nell,   F.   A.     Sharp,   Vancouver;      A.
In addition to equipping its new
transcontinen*:;'; line with a telephone
system that will be used almost entirely by the train despatchers, the
Grand Trunk Pacific, it is now announced, will establish and operate a
new telegraph system. The new telegraph company has been Incorporated
by parliament with a capital of $5,000,-
000, and permission will be asked by
the company to carry on a public telegraph business throughout the Dominion.
As the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
will open up new territory, especially
in Western Canada, the establsh-
ment of a telgraph service is deemed
an immediate necessity, not only for
the benefit ol the company's private
business, bul for the bensfit also of
commercial and financial business Interests of Canada. The new company
will enter into competition with the
present telegraph services throughout
the country, and indications would
jHjint to an active campaign foi; business between the rival lines. Tho
inauguration of the Grand Trunk Pacific Telegraph will mean the absorption, before many years, of the Great
North Western Telegraph by the
Grand Trunk Railway, which, in con-
25   Cents   per  bottle
$1.50  per  gallon
Drug   Stoi
W. R. Gilley. 'Knone t-i.-t-
J. R. Gniey, 'Hnone 1 4 J
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents li. C. lottery C o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Piione l-b
Whealer, Nelson. ^^^^^^^^^^^^
junction   with   the   Grand   Trunk   Pa-
Colonial���Mrs,   M.   Insb-y.   Vancou-   Hfif,^ wjn operat(? g teiegraph system
the editor  of   ver;   E. 0.   Patterson,   Pit;   Lake;   L\ j rhrougnout the Dominion.   There will
the Columbian professes to be should   l. stove], Dawson City:  Auley Sharp    then be practically only two telegraph
that    and    should   have   Vancouver;     Mrs.    Frank    Gieldings,
rights '-'���   lfi
ce that the dispatch in the   Bellingham;   T.   E.   Johnson,  Va^ncou
companies   in   Canada,  the   Canadian
seen ��� on       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
-��� v.   -   . blunder.     As we said
- ��� "his is a matter which af
reets    Important    business   interests,
and one. therefore, which should not
the subject of mere political
canar ���'. -
The Columbian tries to excuse itself
lng "such a thing has happen-
it  It  forgets or ignores
two Important considerations when it
statement.     In   the   first
Pacific    Telegraph and Grand
^^^^^^^^   McDonald.     ���
place  the incident to  which  it   must   Cole| Vancouver;     M.   R.    McDonald,
���when the whole    season    was   Burn(1, . j   Hunt, Ladner; A. B.  Lar-
the  mplneness or blunder-   ^   p,,,.kin    ral.;   Murdoch   Mclvor,
. i���took  place when Sir   langley.
r-   h. T i. ��� Minister ol Marine
ver;   M.  Magnuson.  Miss Tillie  Mag-
nuson, Miss  Alma  Magnuson,  Blaine.
Windsor���J.  Brown  and  wife,  Vancouver;    H.   S.   Pickik,   Mount    Leh- l 	
man: K. J. McKay, Cloverdale; G. j Theatre patrons in this city will re-
Barth, Cloverdale; S. Thompson. Red joice in the announcement that Henri-
Deer; M Matheson, Red Deer; Luke ttta Crossman will be seen at the
McCluke,    Ladner;   .1.  G.    Matheson,   Westminster  opera  house    on    June
30th, when she will present her latest New York hit and greatest success
the sparkling modern comedy, ''Mary,
Mary,  Quite.Contrary."    Of  all   the
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
In the Summer Time
our thoughts naturally   turn   to   bathing.
The line of enamelled and other baths
we carry is splendid and extensive.
At our reasonable prices you cannot afford to be without one in your bath room.
We do no other than first class plumbing���the Vanstone Quality.
Sign   Man  on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Millside;   Nf,   Devereux,  Vancouver.
an ��� Fisheries, and the present govera-
';... B  not   follow tbe example of
earned gentleman; in the second
place, this "off year" order in council
Bsed on strong representations
British Columbia people interested in the fisheries, Lacked by an of-
tion of the McBrlde governn,' nt, through a report of their of-
:        approval and Issued by the gov-
t, that  such a step was an able  necessity  if the  Fraser  was  to
reserved   from  being tished  out
ia the Immediate future.   These facts
should have been considered by the
ter ol the articles relerred to before he used a reporter's blunder to
the foundation of a sensational
le designed to serve   a   political
.   merely.
Depot���R. Jones, Vancouver; ".
Knssel!, Xanaiino: John Courtell, Denver.
��� O '���-
Lady   Journalists   Serenaded.
Lethbridge,    Alia.,   June    18.���The
members ol   the Canadian., Women's   who have not already
i' om all ov.-r the   province  comes
.   :.  i .. work than men i .
��� tor."   This healthy state   i
' Ises      m the g< ni  al a Ivance-
ol the west,   ubich
��� nl ol mining,   and   all
��� ho i &    oi       Indu I h
i   mn i thi  ���    and   are
.   .     ;.'. .
.:       -,'    i
,     ��� i        ��� | San
��� i  ��� omi   lo an i
neither a demand
for hlghi ���  noi .oi to enforce
lower  wi ... bi fore
ter, in tb.    ��� San
Pranclsco.    Meantime thi re  Is
distress  In   the    trieken  city   much
mon       '. is generally acknowledged.
A private letter trom Ottawa was
ihown to a roprei entatlve ol ; his
paper ..esterday, and his attenl lon
was drawn  to a   paragraph  aboul   the
tress ol legislation. "The committee of I be House ol Commons are
very busy. So much time bas been
taken up by scandal bunting Lhal very
little  is   lefl   for   the  actual   work."
The Victoria Times has a tronl page
article which it makes prominent, and
the point of which is that things are
booming In ihe capital city. Very
glad lo hear il. In this growing time
there is plenty for every place, and
New Westminster does nol want
all. Besides, she i.s too busy
Press   club   arrived   here   early   this
morning    and  left  at  7   o'clock    by
special    train  for    Cards!on.    There
they  were  met   by  the  citizens  with
brass Land, and  were driven  into the
country where tbey witnessed an exhibition of    roping, broncho    bus:ini'.
etc.   Al Magrath they were recipients
of  BOUVeniT     badges  and   bocpiets     of
prairie (lowers from little children. At
Lethbridge, Cue ladies were tendered
i reception at the new Chinook Club
by the members of the board of trado
and iheir wives., Tbe president. Mr.
Conybear, made a speech ol welcome.
replies    being   elicited  from    Misses
Harry.  Wallace.  Cameron.     Mesdames
Coleman, i Kb i Alden, and others, At
midnight they were serenaded al their
cars by a party ol ladies and gentlemen,
An Irishman  in Australia.
Ex racl   irom  a  li I ter ol  an   Irishman in Mlldui a i An. i ralla I to   i
ter at home.
" M il .I u i a now supports a popultaion
ol  between  tour and  Ave thousands,
mo  ' Ij   male and  la> males     l bol   is, in
  in    In a bad saj son i hej
support thlmselves bj borrowing from
one another after ol flee hours. The
iii Igatlon is supplied by stveral large
pillnpiif   engines   an'   four   cluhs -���1 In ���
former glvln' toive pumpln's each
ear, an' the latter runnln' continually, an' wid e\i lira shifts during the
summer, owln' to the parched condition of the i.locks. The climate ot
Mlldura is seml-throplcal���about 123
in the shade duriif ihe summer
months, ll' it wlnt to 246 it would be
consldhered fully throplcal. Yet it is
withal quite healthy, the   heat    beln'
easier endured than In other localities
where   it   does   be   hotter.     ("sually   a
gentle breeze springs up before midnight, an' sometimes whin ibe thermometer is dan.ing on ibe 123 Upgrade, an ungentle breeze springs up
before mid-day, and blasts lverything
before It. This is .ailed a heat wave.
but  did ought  to be called a  breaker.
successes this famous actress has
made and they are many and conspicuous���none has equalled her triumph in this comedy. No such praise
was ever before bestowed upon her as
has come from her portrayal of Mary
in the comedy, "Mary, Mary Quite
Contrary." The theatre-going public
is familiar with Miss Grossman's delightful gifts and attainments. Those
  enjoyed    her
work have heard of it, so they know
the charm 11 possesses. But in nothing Miss Grossman has done was she
se fascinating, so alluring or was her
winesome personality so engagingly
exploited as iii this modern comedy.
Beyond all question in "Mary, Mary,
Quite Contrary," she has scored the
greatest hit of her many triumphs. It
goes without saying that this actress
v, ill have an excellent company and
the play will be beautifully staged.
.Miss Crossman never fails along these
lines. Her name is synonomous with
all thai is hlghesl and best in dramatic undertakings. Her -visit will be
justly regarded as a notable theatrical even: of the season.
Tiflis. June 17.���Advices received
from Persia are to the effect that
Turkish troops are continuing tho
movement tor the occupancy ol Persian territory and now are but six
hours' march from the city of Uru-
miah. Thej have occupied the Persian village ol Zelo, trom whicli tho
Persian guard was driven.
 o '
i was going through sing Hin", nol
long ago." said Jack iia/.zard, the raconteur, and told a few slories lo
amuse the fellows there, When I had I
finished one of Ihem came up to me
ami congratulated mo.
' 'I like those stories,' he said, I
have heard four or five of them before'���1 had told six���'but I can't help
liking them,'
"When he wenl away I said lo the
"How long has Ihat fellow been
"Fifteen   years,"  h(��  answered.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
Come in and see our assortment of the famous
which arrived a short time ago.
It is swell.      *
Fhone   157.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny, j
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & FL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage rNily for Republic.
liuffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
0.2O a.m.
[2.25 p.m.
9.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
... Spokane ....7.15 p.m.
... Rossland ... .4.10 p.m.
... .Nelson    (1.45 p.m.
General Passenger Agent
You Buy "B. C."
Sport" Cigars
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pion-" Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   thc   service   on   any
18 il   has  been  the  cause of  breakln'   ,"'il''l',r"1   '��   tbe   world   that   equal   in
A ir;'. ernmenl paper   predicts   that
the judicial Investigation which Is to
a good miny. The things thot seem
to grow best here are debts, fresh
and dhrled figs, fruit wid stones
grapes, vvidout stones, peas, pumpkins, slbiin' thrombones, Prlnch
! ean i, bile beans, long beers, and
���a ither rates."
equipment that <>f the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service  not obtainable elsewhere.
II. S. ROWE. General Agent.
\ ^34 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
Eight Trains Every Day in the  Year
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Embodies the newest    and best ideas!
and   LUXURY.     It   i.s   lighted   with I
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly   illuminated   train    in    the
world.      The   equipment   consists   of
private   compartment   cars,   standard
16  section   sleepers,  luxurious  dining
car. reclining chair cars  (seats  free),
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   library  and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders,  or  an>
further  information  call  on  or  write
7-jo Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
or  ^^^^^^
Vou do the wise thing, its tempting
flavor win Burely win your favor. Manufactured by���
Factory and Ofiice, Hrlno Block,
Railway Company
I L      I
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through tourist,
and first-class sleepers daily.
Atlantic  Kxpress loaves at 7:25.
Imperial Limited, leaves at 17:120.
Excursion rate tickets sold to all
Eastern points on June 2:!, 25, July
2, ::, Aug. 7, 8 and !).
for full particulars apply to
C. P. U. Agon),
New Westminster
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
Westminster Iron Works
Ornamental   Iron   worn,   including
Fences, Gales, Flre Kscapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence Invited.
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Royal Bank
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets J3B,3/3,0/tt.
Branches   and   correspondents   In
all  the  principal  ci tea ot tne world.
General  banking business transacted.
'\   opens an account.    Interest added
Kilf yearly.
|     Collections made at lowest rates.
)pen   Saturday   nlgtus   trom b  to '���>
F. B.  Lvle, Manager.
Bank of
Mo nir eai
Incorporated hy act of parliament
CAPITAL (All paid UP). ��� ,��14,UUU,U0U
Rl. lion. Lord Strathcona antl Mount
Royal, O.C.M.O,...Hon President
Hon. Sir G. A. IJriiiumou.i. president
IC,  s.  Clousion,  Vice  President ana
General  Manager.
General    banking    Business    trans-
Branches in all the principal cities
in   Canada,   In   London,  Brig.,   New
York,   Chicago,   nnd   Ht, U.   NMj.
nnd correspondents tn all parts <" t"6
Savings Bank Dept.
G.  D.  Brymner,  Manager.
Ulty   Limits   l-iri��J nm vim  ll.llll
nours    tne THE  DAIL>   INEWS
��� 11
To commemorate the opening of the now famous Cash Store���
June 20th, 1901���we will  inaugurate a great sale on Wednesday.
Five years of successful m erchandisincj has proved what has
c(ten been said "that people will buy good, where tney can buy them
neapest." The fact remains therefore that Smiths sell the goods
eheapest because in all the history of New Westminster no other
store ever grew   so   rapidly   in  popularity or volume of business.
Many bargains are here for thrifty shoppers.    Let's enumerate a
1 cent
Wil    buj   B  cat     - es, or i
ii.me   o    ate! .... o    ���
ird of brusl ��� ��� ��� en.
5 cents
Wil    iii!      vi    lozei                   ittoi svhlti     o
smoked;   a   pai     o       irl o    .1 'es
steels;   a   bl acl   : oml   o        ounc!   ol Coi I Icelli
braid in red. fawn   browi o   peacock,
10 cents
Will buj a dozei    a A m    i .  o   navj Milt
, ������   Braid,    mi dlun   v Id i.   o       dozei   plecei   ol
vlitie   tape
10 cents
lB all W(   as;    tor Muslins,     in
v :   ��� . with   gn t' iwera     LOc,
Ul-2 Cents
is the prlci   ol plecei Pam *usl i i
,. | ,     ' . blue, linv\. red and  black
mi Bo* er     also o    ;'>   besl  English prli
fast colors.��� 1'.
20 cents
Stl   , .....    s ��� ..,���,; Muslins with
...    ;...... >  ralli i     whiti     Swiss    with
. ,���-     ;.;r.    piah i |  fane?    Zeph; rs
colors.��� 20c
At $1.95
minp "tors   co i bii -
...   ,   . a bi  season
:n $2.75, ai      > -" ;" *195"
At $2.50
,,  g      .     , . ed Hats  In popular
���,,    two and    three
.     I  Straw  oi    Wire
Bhapes.    These were . $3.50 to $5.00; now
e $2.50
';    tion
H. Smith
267 Columbia St.. New Westminster
Local News Briefly Told
iprii      Inspector of < an W. 1 ���   Van-
he city ye- ���.. couver, wt       h
Fr ia       and    evi r;   d i     i     ivenfn
C md    factory  nexl   to  D ���      Deteotlv ���   M
,:' larber *   was in the city jrteterda mnec-
.1.   Burn Barnstoi was   tion  with th�� buggy  stealing affair
among the upriver passengers on the   that happened in  the Terminal   ��� ���
Pavori     ....   pd i;    ifti rnoon.. last week.    An employe of the (
E. Black iun    i   \   ��d"w irdi mding
.. shorl while in ihe clt; rest, i
d '���    leaving  On   the  Transfer in the
afternoon foi   hon
Last Chance
to seeiire one of ''��������� ���    Car       Barg     i fe ���   ;
100 yard mi  Green Brussels, good valu        fl.26,
sold at 60c.
60%   same qualify, nlc a* KOc.
Elegant Red Velvet, regular $1.60 value. 21%   yards;   sale price
$1.00, and a few oflier    it these  winning- prices.
Now don't delay if yon nee!   ihe Carpel;  spare the cash.   It ii is
worth an effort on your pai
All kinds of furniture at lowest prices.
Distillery, named Brewer, who was In
the company of the lumberman who
hlr id iho horse and buggy, went with I
tha detective on his return to Van-:
" .     load oi coal was broughl In   fyni,VCT-    Mr. Brewer Ib positive that
from Ladysmltl     st rda     i   the Fl      ^e can identify the man wiio hired the
towed up to the pumping -'���    bu^gy, although he does not know his
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 t o  241   Front  Streets,  Dupont   Block,
tion at  Matsqui.
I>.  J.   Arrhii.i,:.    .,,.      .     i; : ,���  will
foi    Revelstoke    this   evening,
where  the)   have  a        it ostti.
off. n .��� them bj the Canadian Pacific
Rallwaj  company.
B. <". salmon wai     ������ iot.       I      the
Mont    il marl - - ...
,   fres     im        fo   fro2        The
... t    o   fi   sl   ffeh (in
I i
t; i   d
Tho buggy has been found In
a damged condition, but the hor
still missing.
lacross. game which was
to b. .i.i i ���: letween the
Ma;.h Leaf o Vancouver and New
\v. 3tmlnstei oi June 23 will no ���
pulled off until July 7. A hitch oc
curred over the date, the Vanco
team being anxious to hav.. the day
.,. ,;l ,    .    | lit. red from June 23 to another -
, ,.w,,.. ^ suitable for ll   i on enli nci     tfegotla
lions move,     ,.      jlowlj   and finally,
in order to i matter settli i  om
\ a    or the other, the Iocs   bo;    gave
.     the   rermlnal  Clt;   team until  toda,
io pi .    i    :;:   i   heei   Ins   illei   li    the   ,      ,
" 'boos,, be ween june 23 and Julv
owners       rhi    I    u   advantag    i   ������     -    ���,, .     ,
..i in- afti   aooi   Mr. Murray of the
i   ot hi     in ���'��� amboats    no    ,,,,..
_ Maple Leafs, telephoned ove   to  -1
.    ....      g
Not on Top, But Still irt the Ring.
House Cleaning Time
And you may possibl; need a carpet. We have'the greatest range of
then and can guarantee to save you money and giveTyou better sati
faction than you ecu gel in any other place. For instance, a good bodj
'' els, paper for underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up.
Oli ��� pel taken up, cleaned and relay."I for ten cents a yard. We
have the largesl stock and the ftnesl show rooms and the lines! prices.
Come and see us. It "ill pay you to see our stock before placing your
ordei ire.
71b and 71v Columbia Si.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.
the C   P.    Ft
possessing om
The manager ol the local baseball
nine wish to se, all thi members oul
to practice, a match having been arranged with Vancouver on thi coming
Saturday afternoon. A strong team
is being put on by the Vancouver men
as   ill',",   are   pickhi'.      hi    bl ':     pi I   fi
out of the leading baseball  nines In
the Te 'mlnal Cl
The water in the nev. reservoii
\\ as wit bit, eight Inchi bo hi over
flow pi,i ts','. da; . i nd membe ������ ol
the water commission are of the
opinion thai some ol the b -.
around the citj have been patched up
��� resuli of the inquiry held las'
Thursdaj In the commit tee rooms of
the city ball.
,\ n      ;���,.   has  beei   a     age
Thursda;   af ernooi ��� il
the board of tradi    .'"'es   under the
auspices   of   the   New    Vi istminsti
brand  o    he anti-tubercolo
Stor the purpos   ������     ���      ag an auxil-
DIAMONDS!      '<
DIAMONDS!      j
Largest   Stock   in  the  City.
Mounted     In   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
llilfie'rONDoi  Tl.c Jeweler,      -     Columbia St.
���  L2 acres of first class bottom land, partly cleared and all in grass,
H black  loam;   all  ditched and fenced;   has   nan  *
frontage.   This   is   a   valuable piece of property.   Call ana ���
fl"' Price and terms.
,   ,     .,.ii  cbiv   loam;   considerable
34   aces   overlooking Deer Lake; loll, clay   mam,
:;'"!��" -..,�����.��"��. m -j-sj ^;; '.;���.���.:�����'
''"liable  Bite  for  summer  residence.    Ub<   *	
Ml 1     m��       1       O     r- Real F state,  Fire & Life Insurance
cLeod, Mark & to.,   r��/. 273.   Near Tram
that   his team bad selected  Julj   7.  g0
ru]     7 it will he.
Hon. \v. Norman Bole yesterday
afternoon delivered judgment in the
������as., of the Thornton appeal, having
listened to the evidence during the
morning. In giving his decision. Hie
Honor sai.i that the statutes had not
heen complied with, and as the appeal
was irregular in form, he had no
alternative but to dismiss it. with
costs, which he would fix 111 $50, Mos
of rhe ladies interested in the case
were presenl when the decision was
given, '..ml the; followed tbe learned
judge's reasoning attentively. Rev.
C. W. Houghton waa also in court,
and a fre, the decision took Steps to'
ascertain the feasibilty of another appeal, but later on stated that nothing
would   be  done,  at   present.
Thomas a. Sharpe,   superlntendenl
of tin    Agassiz   experimental    farm,
was In the city yesterday on private
business, and will return to his farm
today.    Speaking of the condition of
frull   this  year.  Mr.  Sharpe  said  thai
in the object   foi   which  the  socle      .,ne recent  rains had done consider-
exists  land who is not?)    The meel     .,],,,. |njury ro thi   crops, more espec-
Ing will be addressed   by   Dr. Fagan,   ,.,;,,   . .   , .     ,v(1,���  ,.,���.,.,,,,.,  .,,.,,
provincial health office;. The special BtrawDerries The bay had also BUf-
purpose of ihis junior society will be fo,.Pf, ro a (,onsj(if,rt.;,i,!e ex-tent as a
to help local sufferers from tubercul- ,,���.���,. ,��� ,he proiongea rarnS| w���iie
the work of the existing society ,lU rniils were sllght]/y (;il���, ,tr,n
being devoted to the provincial sani-   ]as(   y(>a].     He  w,)S BurprisM   ,,-,  ,,.
I;'"",nl- . that   strawberries   were   selling   at   a
\   meeting of the  license oommls-   high  Bgnre on the market, and said
Mon.iT   will  be  held  in  the  mayor's   Ina; shonlv the price would drop con-
office tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock,   siderabh,    Mr. Sharpe is quite enthu-
Thi   new  siding recently put in by   siasttc over the prospects of the pro-
J.he Hreat  Northern  ne     tl 1 :"     vinclal   exhibition   this year,  and   is
is   now   connected   with   every  other   eonfldent thai it will put all previous
a   way  siding in  the  city, With  the   records In the shad?.    Fruit  will be
except ion of that of the Brunette Saw
Mill companj. and I       expect.     hal
bit ....   "     b��   n 6 position   0  rans-
, ,   cars In a very sho The
si.iing has proved to be   i     ��� ���    ioon
to the r.ii.v ;,>  | eople.
P.  Byrne,  of   Burna
application In the wat. 'lon
er's  office  yesb morning   for  a
record of ten Inches  of wa
a  stream  rls ng 157 in Eas
Burnaby.    Tbe   .��� Is   wani.'d   '  :
Irrigation purpos.       *  ���  h.    appli' a
tlon made j"esterdaj was that of ^  1
K;,y.   of  Vancouver,   who   wan
Inches,  to  be tafcen   from  a   smaB
Btream emptying Into the North  Vrm
of  Burrard  Inlel      fhe  case will  be
"    heard before Mr. C. C.  Fl  '"'.  '" J��lj
All records for largi eea In D I
1 b Columbia forests were broken lasi
week, according to the Vancouver
Province, when a gigantic Douglas Bi
containing, according to the British
Columbia scab' no less than 18,500
feel of merchantable timber, wan
i,,n,,,i al the Hastings mill camp al J
Koch Hay. This huge log bas been pill
Into ihe water and II will arrive In
Vancouver uc\i  weel.  in a boom being
made up for the Hastings mill there.
The diameter of the log at the butt ||
Ik 11  feel  11 inches.     \l  the small end
its diameter is I feel 10 Inches, and
Ita length Is t>9 feet,
on   Thursdaj    evening ii   unique
oratorloal contest will i"1 beld under
lhe allspices of the VV. C, T. 1'. wllt'll
Lhe young ladles of lhal orgnnl/aillon
whose ambition lends them lu that dl*
rectlon    will  compete tai   a silver
medal, now on view In the window of
fiii'bi' drill; store. The subject or
lhe address Will bfl prohibition and
the  person  who,  In   Itie  minds of the
! judges, gives  the  best  oration, win
i he presented with the medal, The
\V. ('. T. T. convention opens today
In Queen's  Avciue  Methodlsl   church
plentiful, and a fe\* days of bright
sunshine would help 11 to ripen In a
very shorl  time.
Andrew Harris, tha telephone lineman, who is alleged to have assaulted
Harry Hughes on Sunday morning,
was formally charged in the police
couri yesterday. The case was remanded until this morning, the ac
cused remaining out on bail.
Premier Richard McBrlde arrived in
the citj yesterday in company with
Thos. Gifford, M. P. P., and spent the
evening visiting friends. Mr. Mc
Bride said that he bud enjoyed his re
en' trip through the upper country
ve s much, and was well satisfied
with  the  result.    He will leave  tor   "f *w<* he studied the outlook for
Dewdney    this morning.    Of    course I
,. .       , ,. .        ...    , .,. i higher    prices   are  assured   for    lhis
polities  has  nothing  to  do   with   his.
visii here anj  more 'ban tl bad with
his  \ -;   OUgh  the interior.
St. Paul. Minn., .Tune   IV   The six-
story  Ryan  Annex building  was nutted   by   lire   today.     The   dam:."'
the building and stock is said to be
$450,000.    A  series of gas explosions
prevented   the   Bremen   from   got.ting
at   the  dames  and   caused the  blaze
to  spread   throughout   the     structure.
Several   firemen   wore  cul   by   flying
glass  and   three  were  overcome   b
heat  and smoke.
��� o	
High Prices for Cattle.
Winnipeg, .rune is.~-0ne of the
1 leading live Stock dealers of the West,
! J. T. Gordon, of the firm of Gordon,
Ironside & Pares, has just, arrived
from a European tour, In the course
of which he studied lhe out look for
bhe cattle trade. He is convinced tha,.
higher prices are assured for this
year's exports; indeed, he believe",
that the high prices-prevailing foui
years ago may  be almosl  attained.
Escapes the Gallows.
Montreal, June 18.���Thomas .7. Hac-
i.et. accused of having murdered Edith
May Ahern, a little girl 5 years of
age, whom he enticed to follow him
on meeting her on her way home from
school, was found guilty Of manslaughter by a jury in lhe court of
King's bench this evening. The In-
defmiteness Of lbe medical testimony
as to the exact cause of the child's
death saved Hackett from the | t
Wanted���House io rent, six rooms,
furnished or unfurnished; modern
conveniences'.     \pply   N'ews'  office.
For Bale���Electric light fittings, almost new, wire, switches, ceiling
connections, drops and fittings complete for ten lights.    Price $9.00.
for Sale���Strong revolver, double
action, ejector, six-inch barrel, six
chambers, for It caliber Smith and
Wesson cartridges; fine condition.
Price $10.    Apply Daily  News.
T Tl\derWear Merino 75c the
Balbriggafl $1
the Suit
Natural Wool
the Garment
Elastic Ribbed
the Garment
Stanfield's Unshrinkable $1.25
the Garment
Sole Agents for
Dr. Deimel's
Linen Mesh
-    .~m. ���
���iiwiat," THE DAILY .NEWS;
Plumbers and Plumbing Re-
Oiilatioii By-law, 1906.
4 By-law   to regulate
plumbers and to ]
.   : Inspect
ors e for the pi unb-
ad necessary to license and
in the City of New Westminste
... Intment    of
plumbing  bu ectoi to    provide
lng and drain-
Then tore thi   Mun    pal Ck>uncil of
the Corporatlo CH    oi   New
1. The r. ti i     time to
an   Inspector  for   plumbing   and
���vision of the Hoard    i
and '���'   his
2. A Bo
shall  be
i ry.
'      -
���        -
4.    ' ���   "
i ���
ers  to any pi
ant b - - tory train-
m, and ::
... ��� efore
���  .       ��� .���������
���' ;.-   and certll
?    Inspect
mg 1      - . ���'
.   :   ���.,
��� . of the "
Ided that the        I       n
I     rd nu     grant, on    eing sal
:.';.��� of any journey-
ipplylng for the same,
��� :. ;       ���     ; ermit to such plumber
I       period not exceeding   birty
:'.  confer    on    such
same privilege for that
I  only  as if he held  a certlfi-
���.. the Board of Examiners.
":. ':��� r      r.d    immediately   ,, ������
B   law,    and    In
r on or bi
: of J  .; .  any  persons  ���.
��� -.      - :."     or tn le
he City of
��� "���     shall   take cut    a
blch license shall be poste i
���  ���  ��� of the master
er  at  all   times,  for  which  he
���  thi   ��� me ol the Issuing
of $2 .00.    Except as
.���rson may
���   ���
������  i :,     -half of    a
.    firm    or    company    of
i    ��� mi mber.
���.   ! a shall receive sui b   a
��� ���   ��� t- has a place of
��� .e ciiy of   New    We it
ad famishes a bond binding
��� f to the amount of $500.00 with
it two sureties In the sum    of
��� ich ��� , the satisfaction of the
ttee, or a bond to the
��� ���     ��� louni  from a guarantee com-
���.vill employ only reg
who    have    received
i    Iflcate ol competency
I  ol  Examiners to do
Ing work as he may en-
; whether he Is a prac-
t e ; 01 not, wlll not
< , work to be
ction with the business
ii i  " .   tered  plumbers,
. '.-   violate any of
:   conditions,   rule..;   and
��� al   ned ln this By law,
��� i  By-law   which   shall
ce fn "i time to time
��� ���   Cltj  of New Westminster re-
plumbing, drainage, sanitary
an I   .'..11<��� r works within the
I City.
".   Evi        erson de Iring such   li-
.'i'h the Inspector of
1 a pel tlon  In  writing giv-
og name of applicant, and In the case
of a partnership, the nan,,' of each
member thereof, together with the
place of business, and asking to become a liceni. i mat ter plumber, and
said petition shall b, accompanied by
the bond and  fee hereinbefore men-
t   OI.���     i
8. Any change In firm or location
��� thi business shall be promptly reported to the Plumbing Inspector, and
the liens,, shall be kept in n con-
: plcuous place at the location or the
9, When any member or a partnership or company i license] Individually ror the partnership or company,
the lh en: " may be issued In the name
of   the   firm,   co-partnership   or   coin.
; any, the said license ;, tting out the
names of the members of the  :..:...
co-partnership   or   directors    o:    the
company and the date the licen-
granted,   and   no   license   so   gl
shall be transferable  except with the
permission of the Plumbing Inspector.
10. All licensed   masti        I imbers
shall be beld responsible :
of their employees in c "��� with
their business  for  whi ���-1
an I licens ��� le isa ���
11. Every   such   bon !   an I   !
shall I the year
time of the granting th.
expire  on  the   15th   day  of  January
next succeeding the d ssue.
12. Upon .- tisfactory evidence fur-
:.:      : ; , the Plumbing
any mastei   .      iber has been
-ice of the Peace, of anj
tion of the pr.
or any of    the    By-laws
plumbing, drai:
or water works ill be,
ipso facto,  forfeited and retui
; he Ini lecto
I .   Any    maste
and   lice ������   for-
U not enti     i to a
���    ��������� until  tl eclaration .
ny, the o
a     of    a:. the
er, hi ent,    oi     the
tructing 1 i      sbal!
file in P ig ln-
ecto . .plication rmit
therefor,  and   such   i      li
-��� .������ .ation
.-tract thereof, in a blank form
pi escribed and supplied for that purpose by the Plumbing Inspector, stating the nature of work to be done,
and giving the size, kinds and weights
of all pipes, traps and fittings, together with a description of all closets and other fixtures, and a plan with
a description of the locality sufficient
for identification, and showing the
drainage system complete. Plans
must be legibly drawn in ink on a
scale of 1-8 in. to the foot; provided,
however, that this clause shall not appl;. to small repairs which do not alter tbe plan of the plumbing.
15. A permit shall be granted or
refused within seven days from the
time of filing of the aj,plication, and
the permit of the Plumbing Inspector
fif granted) shall be valid for six
months from the date of Issue.
IC. If the Plumbing Inspector shall
find that, the said plans and specifications do no; conform with the rules
. : ;eq liremerrs laid down in re-
spect to plumbing and drainage in the
Bj laws of the City of Xew Westmin-
he sbal: not issue any permit
for the plumbing and drainage, and it
shall be unlawful to proceed therewith.
17.   After  a   plan   or   specification
b     once been approved no alteration
��� viation   from   the  same  will   be
allowed, except, with the written consent of the Plumbing Inspector.
IS. From and after the passing of
this By-law every owner, or agent of
an owner, of any building, doing or
causing to be done, any plumbing in
BUCh building shall, on the same being passed by the Plumbing Inspector
bi granted a certificate that such
plumbing has been done in accordance with the City By-laws, and on
being requested to do so shall dellv-
ei such certificate to any person
proposing to purchase or occupy such
19, No part of any plumbing or
drainage work shall be covered or
concealed in any way until it has
been examined and approved of by the
Plumbing Inspector, to whom notice
must be bi ill when the work is BUffl-
i lently advanced to be Inspected, un-
In the case or drainage below the
Burface of the ground, which the Inspector has billed tO inspect within
the Ave working hours next ensuing
alter being notified, then the ground
be filled In, In case or an emer-
gi acy affecting the public safely.
20, All materials must be of good
quality and tree from defects and the
work musi be executed In a thorough
and workmanlike manner.
21, The arrangement of   soil   and
waste pipe must be as direr' as possible.
22, The soil, wasle and ventilating
pipes and traps must, where practicable, be exposed to view for ready Inspection at till times and for con-
venlence In repairing. When necessarily placed within partitions or In
recesses of walls, soil, waste and ventilating   i>|pos   must,   be   covered   with
woodwork so fastened as to be read-
il.\  removed.    In no case shal! they be
so placed as to be absolutely Inaccessible unless under written permission
from the Plumbing inspector.
23, When the ground is made or
unsound the house sewer shall be of
medium or standard cast-iron Or brass
: pipe, with   joints   properly   caulked
[ with  lend.
-I.   in Boun i "roun i. providing It is
outside of the building, hard salt,
glazed, vitrified pipe may be used;
each length shall be wetted before being laid and the space completely filled with cement mortar, made in the
platforms if connecte 1 with the sewers   must   also   be   properly   trapped,
aatically flushed with
v. ater from a supply tank.
38.    Tanks shall be placed as near
proportion    of   two   of    good, clean, the fixtures as practicable, and in no
sharp sand and one of the best Port- case shall a trap be more than two
land    cement,   except in wet ground, feet from the fixture.   All traps must
v. hen a gasket shall be placed around have a cleaning out screw on the un-
splgot and forced do a ie der side,
bottom of the socket and finish. 39. All waste pipes from fixtures
with mortar cement, as described other than water closets shall be pro-
above. Each pipe must be cleaned vided at the outlet with strong metal
cut with a mop after being laid. The > stringers, and all sinks shall be pro-
different lengths must be laid in per- vided with approved grease traps, ex-
fect line on the bottom and sides. All cept when such fixture is to be used
connections   must   be through   "Y"
25.    An;. - through
a building, or beneath the floor of a
iron or brass as in section    23,   and
shall exten . least five feet out-
for other than household purpos..-.
40. The waste pipes from no other
fixtures shal! be connected with a
water closet trap.
41. All traps shall be protected
from syphonage by a ventilating pipe
leading  from  the  highest  aud   outer
side the building, and no  wall shall   portion  of  the  trap,  either  separate
lilt 1 ...-���'.
I   soil   , i  e
e cast        ��� ad    ial! > :���'��������� I
:;'icient hi ove the high 31
ev.    roof,    or    coping   ���
shaft,    to atlsfaction    o
27. wn  pipe, .
.   [or an;        ...   tra
iii      i
28. Each building in which a ���
is placed ...
Inch.   .
e carried
.vin.low, opening or
light shaft.
- '.    Soil or main  ventilating pipes
���.     .tension must   be   carried    I
and above the roof of the main building, ������ -hen otherwise they would op n
or joining the main ventilating pipe.
above the highest fixture, or by a
sealed syphon preventer, which will
only be allowed if in the opinion of
:nspector  it   is   imprac
provide otherwise.
42. For traps in water closets the
.  ���   ���   ting  pipe  i hall not be
than two inches [n diameter, and
not less than three inches for a build-
��� I three stories or more in 1 e
Where a bath or basin, or both, are
in the same room with a water closet,
the vents for the same may join the
closet ven; above the fixture. In no
shall more than three water
- communicate with the Bame
ventilating pipe unless it is over two
inches in diameter.
43. Overflow pipes must discharge
into the open air and may have a flap
on the end to keep out draught.
44. Every safe under a wash basin,
bath, urinal, water-closet or other
urinal,    water-closet  or  other    other
within 40 feet of any openings of the   fixtures, shall be drained by a special
main or adjoining house.
30. No soil pipe shall be less than
four inches in diameter. A waste
pi; " receiving the discharge of five
or more sinks shall not be less than
three inches in diameter and shall
have two-inch branches.
pipe unconnected with a sewer, waste
or soil pipe, discharging into the open
4a. Xo drain pipes from refrigerators shall be directly connected with
any soil pipe, waste or sewer.
46.   Water-closets    shall    not      be
31. When lead pipe is used to con- j placed in an unventilated room or
nect fixtures with vertical soil or compartment. In every case there
waste pipe, or to connect traps with   shall be an opening to the outer air.
All    water-closets shall  be    supplied
��� ���' .���;.'.   t
'    -     .-, ���.-; 'V.V'.-A '
���, ,,   ��� -v/t,-.: 5 ....
Sealed   Ten ...-.-1   to   "la.
spectors    of   Penitentaries,   Ottawa,'
and endorsed "Tenders for Supplies,
Canadian Pacific Railway
British   Columbia  Coast  Line
(Subject to change witnout    notlc
S.   S.   Amur.
Leaves Vancouver June 15    :. | ji
will   wTc7ivejTnVif Mondavr^VANCOUVER'   VICTORIA   SE^ttJ
June, inclusive, from parties desirous] rwwic.
of contracting for supplies,    for the
.   1906-1907, for the following
. : imely: ���
Kingston   Penitentiary.
St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary.
Dorchester Penitentiary.
Manitoba Penitent!
British Columbia Penitentiary.
Alberta  Penitentiary.
S .irate tenders will bc- received
for each of the following classes of
supplies; ���
1. Milk, pure fresh.
2. B itton  I       h).
;;. Foi   - .
I. C        (anthi    It.     an!     ' itumin-
5. C
.  Poi     Bacon.
7. Co I i iii  . in .barrel   I
9. D tf.
10. ir and Fin Hi
II. . Tinware, Paints, 11
Princess Victoria.
Leaves  Vancouver dailj
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves Xew Wesl mil at 1
on Wednesday and Mondays.
S. S, Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily ex
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p.  i
ur lay at 2:30 p. m.
fi. S. Queen City
'. al  il p. m. ,
7th, 19th and 20 b ol  i
��� .  way poii ts;
toria on the 7, and 20, for Q .
way  poinl .  Leaves  Victo
of each month tor Cap,' Sco
-. ��� Qu    lino,
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   Xew   Wustmins".
Details of information^ to form of day,  Tuesday,  Wedne  I
'and Friday  at 3  p.  m. and  Sa
her with forms of tend
.be furnished on application to  at 2 p. m. with additional trip on
main ventilators, it shall not be lighter than:
1,4 inches in diameter, 5% pounds
per yard.
I1- inches in diameter, 7 pounds
per  yard.
2 inches in diameter, S pounds per
2% inches in diameter, 10M> pounds
per yard.
3 inches in diameter, 1'lVz pounds
per yard.
4 inches in diameter, 24 pounds
per yard.
Trap vent pipes shall be of brass.
lead, cast or galvanized wrought iron.
All traits and fittings shall be equal
III quality and thickness to the pipes
to which they are attached.
32. All east-iron pipes must be of
the best clean grey metal, free from
sand cracks, honeycomb, porous
places, air holes, or other defects, and '< it. shall be fitted up or used.
of tho grade known as "Standard" 50. All water pipes must he pro-
which may be used below all fixtures, tected from injury or settling,
and for ventilating pipes the grade j 51. The plumbing inspector shall
known as "Standard" of the heavy : have the power to enter upon any
quality. In buildings over three premises and examine the plumbing,
stories in height the lower ihree ventilation and drains, and should the
stories must be fitted with the grade ' same, in his opinion, be in an unsani-
known as "medium." The following tary condition, may notify the owner,
will be accepted:
Standards 2, 3, 1, 5, 6 inches in
Below fixtures 3, 4%, 6*��, 8%, 10,
20 pounds per foot,
Above fixtures :!, P.i, 6V&, pounds
per foot,
the 'V, of th     \   rlous    institu
All he  ap-
... Wai I. ���!.
All        : imltted must specify
clearly the Institution, or institutions,
which it Is proposed to supply, and
must bear the endorsation of at leas'
two ri sponsible sureties.
Papers inserting this notice without
authority from the King's Printer will
not be paid therefor.
Inspectors of Penitentiaries.
Department  of  Justice,
Ottawa, May 25, 1906.
with water from special tanks, and |
the water from these shall not be
used for any other purposes. Xo water-
closets shall be directly supplied from
the water mains or service pipes.
Water closet cisterns shall be fitted
with ball taps, etc., to prevent waste.
47. Where the trap of a closet is
above the floor, the connection with
the soil pipe shall he made with brass
and rubber approved  floor flanges.
48. Overflow or discharge pipes
from tanks for drinking water shall
never be directly connected with any
soil, vent, waste pipe or sewer.
49. No closet or any other convenience which allows the .scape into the
house of air or gas which has been
confined in any part of it, or from
the drain or soil pipe, or which allows
the accumulation of filth In or about
day at 5 a. m.      ^^^^^^^^^^^
Li ives Sieve il on M u
Wednesday, Thursday and Satui
7 a. in.; Friday at G a. m. a I
trip  Saturday  5  p.  m.
S. S. Beaver
Leav.s  New  Westminster, S a. n
.Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fri I
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tui
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling  ,
landings   between   Xew   Westn
and Chilliwack.
S. S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at 2  p.  m., 2i
and   16th   of   each   month,   calling  a
Skidegate on first trip and Bella C
on second  trip. Time on arrival an
departure  are  approximate.
For   reservations   and   informal:,
call or address
Agent, Xew Westminster.
  E. J. COYLE,
bia, may be homesteaded by any per-   Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
son who is the sole head of a family, J. W. TROUP,
or any male over 18 years of age, to      General Superintendent, Victoria,
the   extent  of  one-quarter   section  of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At  least six  months'  residence
Synopsis   of   Canadian^  Home-
"'"'  stead Regulations^]"^;*?.
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Colum-
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New Westminster.
Arrive Xew  Westminster 19.10 dai
per foot.
Vi. 9M-, 13,  17, 20  pounds
or his agents, to have the same put
in a sanitary condition, and any person neglecting to do so forthwith, to
the satisfaction of the pumbing inspector shall be liable to the penalties of this  by-law.
"il. The plumbing inspector Is also
authorized to receive and place on
file drawings and descriptions of the
Trains & Steamers
Leave Xew Westminster 7.25 daily.
Leave Xew Westminster 17.20 daily.
upon  and  cultivation  of the  land  in   Arrive  Ncw  Westminster  10.30 daily.
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the I _.,
father is deceased) of the homesteader  Lv. N. W.  7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
resides   upon   a   farm   in  the   vicinity   Lv. Seattle,  12.30;   Ar. N W. 20.20.
of the  land  entered  for  the  require-          C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
ments as to residence may be satisfied   Lv.   Nf,   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
by such  person residing with the  fa-   Ar.   N.   W.   9.15,   10.30,  19.10,  20.20.
ther  or  mother.                                                  C. p. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
(3) If the /settler has his permanent   Lv New Westminster 6.30 a. in.
residence   upon   farming   land   owned       GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
by him  in  the vicinity  of his  home-   Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
stead, the requirements as to residence   Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon: Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; ir. N. W. 3 p.m.
the said land. Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. ni., ar. N. W. 9.35.
Six months' notice in writing should P.m.
be given to the Commissioner of Do- V., W.  & Y��� VANCOUVER
minion Lands at Ottawa of intention i Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and 9.35 p.m.
to apply for patent Lv- Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
Deputy Minister of ihe'interior. 9^m    ^  ^�� ^   ""  ^'^
N.  B.-UnauthoriZed  publication  of ^L��vP'���ulcLon  , 4Q p n] .   ar   N<  w,
All fittings used in connection with   plumbing  and   drainage  of  buildings'
such pipes shall correspond in weight. ' executed  in  the  City  of  New  West-
and   quality.    All  such   pipes  and  lit- ' minster,  prior to Ihe passage of this '���
tings to be coaled inside and out with    by-law,  and  examine  and   give  a cer-
tar  and   asphaltum. tilicate, if in accordance with the pro
83. Before being accepted, all visions of this by-law, upon request
plumbing work shall be tested by , bj owners of said buildings,
waler or other test approved by and ! 53. Any person guilty of an In-
made in the presence or the plumbing fraction of any the provisions of this
Inspector, All defective material shall by-law shall be liable, on conviction,
be removed and replaced, and bad to be fined in any sum not xeceeding ,
workmanship  made  good,  at   the  ex-| $100, Inclusive  ol' costs,  and  In  case
this   advertisement  will   not  be   paid
pense  of   the   master   plumber  doing
the work.
34. All joints in iron or brass
bi wer pipe, soil pipe, waste pipe and
ventilators shall be made with a gasket of oakum, and lead, hand caulked,
and be perfectly gas tight.
36. All connections of lead with
iron or brass pipe shall be made with
a brass ferrule of the same diameter
of the lead pipe, put in a hub of the
iron pipe and caulked with lead. The
ferrule shall be connected wiih the
lead pipe with a wiped joint. Vent
and flush pipes of waler closets shall
ibe connected with brass couplings.
36. All connections of lead, waste
and   vent,  pipes  shall  be  made  with
'wiped  joint.
37. All water closets, urinals, sinks,
basins, wash-nays, baths, and all tubs
or sets of tubs, ndn hydrant waste
pipes shall be separated and effectively   trapped,  except   when   a   sink   and
washtubs   Immediately   adjoin   each
Other, in which case Ihe waste pipe
I from the tubs may be connected with
j the inb't sble of tbe sink traps. Urinal
of non-payment of the line and costs
the  same   may   be   levied   by  distress
and sale of goods and chattels of the
offender, and in case or non-payment
of the line, and there being no distress found out of which the same
can be levied, such offender shall be
liable to be imprisoned for any period
I not exceeding two months.
53A.   This by-law shall   come   Into
i force   from   and   after   such  date  as
may be named by Ihe council by resolution.
54. This by-law may be cited as
the "Plumbers and Plumbing Regulation  By-law, 1906."
Done   and   passed   in   open   council
the   lib  day  of .Inne.   L906.
(L. S.I       W.  A.  DUNCAN,
Ciiy Clerk.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
nilard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
Daily I NEW ij   Daily
Leave| WESTMINSTER] Arrivo
B:20am|Blalne, Belllng-|3:00 pm
4:35 pm ham       Ilnrling-j9:55pm
(ton,   Mt.   Version,     Everett,
Seattle and
4:3BpmlSpokane,      St. 3:00pm
jPaul    and    all
points  East.
9.20 iun|Aniicortes, 3:00 pm
Woolley,     and
3:00 pm!Vancouver 9:20 am
9:55 pm I 4:35 pm
Route of the Famous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all  points East.
For complete Information,
rales, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
9.35 p.m. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mondays onlv.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
ond S a. m., and every half hour thereafter till II p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Fri,I. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Tb., Sal., 7 a.m.
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. S a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
From N. W. dally, ex. Sat. and Sun.,
3 P". m.; Saturday 2 p. rn.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. li a.m.)
Add. trip Sal urday, 5 p.m.
From N.W., W?ed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm. S.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.11.
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45 a.m. 3.30 p.m.
Van. & Cent. ParU...10.30 a.m.   2 p.m.
Victoria 10.30 n.m. 10.00 a.m,
East Burnaby 1.15   1.20 p.m.
Steveston.  etc  1,30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
East, via C. P. R.. .4.45 pm. 7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. R.. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnahy..3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Timherliind, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m.   12.00 m.
Ulty  Limits  Line���obi
vn e  mint
nours    tne   ���"'��""' PROFESSIONAL
NDS, 1
'.. Edmonds.
��� p 1!' ��� BOLE, t
P ��� court Offices
l'1 ' of Commerce build-
9�� treet, opposite post-
UK ' . minster. Money to
Ic<?. -'
��:;\in   & McQUARRIE,
A'""' .      solicitors, etc      Of-
inster, Trapp Blk..
l��s- lD   and   Lorne   st;.
tom",' 21  to 24, 445 Gran-
SfS     ePh :Ianin'K-c- -���
,:.  McQuarrle, H.  A.
�����   p    M"   Martin  wijl   be  in thj
feSi- * every ***** a*
llmvW  1:Kin & B0WES' B&rrls-
Hi ters, '"-s-   etc-   ''
���reet. ol       ''.'
Court   House,   New
I. H. Bowes, P. O. Box
flFOBGl"- i:  MARTIN, Barrister and
ll Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum-
���. u., i./.ie streets, New West-
b  C,
MOREY'S c��'"fo a.
Business Institute    j
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
Commercial   1";   . S]
W  E Sneering
Tin.-vi' ������!
nn. i,i���s, ,,. ,,���,.. BEgT  ()f
BEST  of
R' J- SPROTT, B.A., Principal,
H. A. SCRIVEN, B \ , Vjce. Principal
Carnarvon SL between 10th and Mclnnis.
�����. -
i*^ '
Remarkable Sensation Sprurg In Terminal City By Member  cf   Council   Who   Says   Heads   of  Gambling
Fraternity Offered Him Money To
Prosecute  Competitors.
We guarantee then to fit beautifully and to
be the equal of the best set of teeth you ever saw
costing twii i i s much. Our mechanical experts
are men of long experience (we employ no others)
and their work is the best known to the Dental
mnioN LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
l_", '   ������ ting    of    this
.��� Firsl  Wednesday In
:���  - o'i Iocs p. m., in
tie Masonic   Temple.    Sojourning
,. c irdially Invited to al
W.   A.-DeWolf  Smith,
F & A,  til.���Regular  communications of this lodge are held on the
T lesday In each month In
mple, at 8 p. m.   Visit-
:.'. ren   are  cordially  invited
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
F"' ' ' . Hcurs,
! Stylea
From 1 5c. up.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
j> b, k. of [., meets Becond and
fourth Friday of each month, at S
p. m., in Orange ball, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. So
s.r Knights cordially In-
. ml. W. Iv Dunlop, W.
p.;  E, E. Matthias, Reg.
-Meets ia Orange hall first and
third Fri lay in each month at s p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
���:....��� | i attend. B. E. Matthias,
W.M.; .1. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
1,0,0. F.��� AMITY  LODGE, No. 27���
Tho o ��� ilar meetings of I    -    id i
���  i iddfellows' hal . '
bia .-'      . every  Mon        ev.
at ��� Visiting bi  'hren
diali'. li vited to atten 1.   S. i.
N.', .  \V. C. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE  No. 3
-Mi ��� lie first and third Tues
day :n each month. Visiting
brei a cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. I". W. hall, Odd
fellows' i lock, i larkson Btreet, C
S. Corrlpan, recorder; Louis Witt,
i."     ir workman,
115. SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red ii e Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of eai h n onth,
In K. of !'. Hall. Columbia St., at
8 p, in.. V. Ite Rose Degree, Fourth
Wi Ine lay in each month, same
e. VlslUng Brethren
invited. B, B. Btinch-
combe, P ���  ��� ii. Disney, Si cretary.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES  McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones, j
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster, B. C.
Other prices worth coming miles to profit by :
Gold Filling .... $1.00
Platina Filling . . . $1.00
Silver Fillirc; ....     50c
Gold Crowns .... $5.00
Bridge Work (��&) $5.00
Set of Teeth   .   . . $5.00
Consultation antl Examination Free of Charge.
AllOur Work Guaranteed for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee.
mim it
���Meets the Fourih Friday In the
mon ���   o'clock, In  the  small
ha'.! lows'   I,lo<",;.     Visiting
i'r''1 ,��� , ordlally invited to al
l. it. Rushton, C. IL; P. P.
Maxwell, k. s.
;.:. I look at the fresh
stock of homemade can- 'EE.
dies���fresh daily. Fruit
of all kind, Ice Cream etc.
Fresh Strawberries and
Pine Apple	
Next Tram ' mei. Columbia St.
Plants an.l Annual.-  ot'{all   kinds,   cut
(lowers and floral designs,   Dahlias
50c per dozen.
Telephone A.184 or address -1th Avenue ���
and Kith Street.
Hou s 9 a. m. to 3 p. in.    Remember the Place
rG7   Hastings  St. W.,  Vancouver
A sen ��� 1-1 Ion w as Bprung on th.
comer    public   on Sunday    mo
when the News Advertiser made the
open declaration that one of the mem
,.f the present city  council had i
been offi i ed bi Ibes ' '��� those who con-
trol the gambling In ol the citj.
in   an   Interview  with   the   aldi
concei... .        vi   -  Bti    tl	
in the  year  he  was approached  bj
mem i one ot 1 he Chinatovs n
tions io have him use bis Influence
: o have the police raid gamblii ���.
tablishments run bj the opposing
[action. \ ... es i - o bes. placi
were furnished and thi promise given
the alderman that he would be back
or.- ed in 1 he mayoral-
tj , ampalgn nexl year Finally, of-
:. of money v.eie made, cheques
I..'inn tendered. Later the alderman,
In companj with a policeman, visited
the places suggested ln the lisi of addresses and found that gambling was
reallj going on there as noted. Tha
person concerned planned al fust to
lay a nap for the bribers and have
a. third pany bear them make ilie offers but "nave the idea up because of
the difficulties Involved.
About the city hall inquiry was rife
as to whom Hie alderman who was
approached could have been and the
World Btarted out lo find out, Mayor
Buecombe said the Information as he
read it In Uie News Advertiser was
like lightning out of a .dear sky, as
he bad never bad any Intimation of
ibe kind made lo him. Interviews
were soughl with members of the
council who have been mentioned as
possible candidates for the mayoralty
next year. Aid, Betbune said he was
nol the party quoted and added thit
be had never In all his civic connec
tlon been approached in any way
seeming to Indicate the offer of a
bribe     Aid.  Baxter bad nol seen  the
articli med and  m
menl along the - im<  line as Aid. Be-
thune concerning offering of   bi
One after another, Aldermen Monon.
Williams , Macdonald,    Stewart    and
Rogers made similar affirmations.   As
Aid. .bd'fs, Heaps and liaise are i
ot the city, the World, by a  proci
ot elimination, narrowed the possibill
ie    down     to   Aid.   Odium   and    McMillan,   neither   of   whom   could   be
lo<    ��� d in time for an interview. The
illities, however, poinl strongl
in ihe direction of Aid. Odium.
Altogether Vancouver is having
exciting time jusl now over Its polli i
problem,-.    Under an edid  I me I
Mayor Buecombe, who wants Du
streel  cleared of its haunts of vice
���' ���   women  ot the deml  mo
gettii      ��� adj to move to other quarters.   Some have made purchase   ���
Pail-   Lane,  i.m   tr-.e  citizens  of the
orho )d are up in arms and are
demanding protection from the police.
The mayor refuses to enter upon  a
campaign of extermination, for be insists   that   such   a   campaign   would
merelj result in scattering tbe women
all   over  lbe   city,     li   is  evident.   ac
cordlngly,  ihat   his  worship's   policy
is one of toleration provided that the
unfortunates can be confined lo an acceptable      rest rid ed    district.      The
trouble    is to find  such    a    district.
Sell.xil   Trustee   Victor   Odium   is   of
the opinion that  a determined effort
to  drive  the  miserable  traffic  out, of
the city  altogether is lhe only solution   of  the   difficulty   and,  believing
lhal   the   mayor   and   police  commissioners will nol act for fear that they
may nol   receive the backing of public opinion, is urging that a. plebiscite
of the voters be taken.    At one time
it   seemed   possible   lhal   the   council
mighl   fall  in  line  with  Ihis scheme,
i.ni  determined opposition has come
from unexpected sources and Trustee
Odium is nol receiving much support.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
Manufacturer of
A. 0, f. Ph ��� regular meetings of
thi- . ,. held "ii the Second
an,! i. <   i, y..   ���p,v^ of each month
nt! in the Oddfellows' Hall.
.ti,   ire cor,li.ily  in-
'���    . -.I.    B, C. Firth, C. U.;
P, P ell,  Sec.
THE ROYAL  TEMPLARS  OF   TEMPERA", ce meel   every Wednesday
:''             :.  p. m��� iu Oddfellows'
Hi      Col imbla    street.     Visiting
 rdlallv Invited to at-
'   s. Bryson, S. (.'.; .1. McD.
' S. e.
CAM ��� 11.���Meets on 'be Firsl and
'! ol , very  month 'u
��    I   P. Hall,    John   McNlven,
' i.   J,   Pot      '   ���.   Pee.   See.
BOARD OF TRADE.���\ew   West min-
''        ird ol Tr.' le meets In the
  Oil     [all, as follow-
��� t nesdaj  of each month
', '    met tings on tb	
I        day    of     February,     "
;     it ami November, at 3  p. tn
*J     I meetings   on   the   secotu!
Wednesday    of     February.      Ne*
s   may   be   proposed   and
any monthly or quarterly
"' '  lag.    A. B. White, Sec.
'>*&  Beginning February 15, 'C6
f��  Throug
���e     Tourisl";
ll  Sleepers
j%i .   .   -   Every Day in the Year    "   -   -
Between Seattle and Chicago
W. McRAE,    | Great Northern Railway
The Comfortable Way" Route of the Famous O rwrttal Limited
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.     ���
Tel. 113. Office. Eigbth Street,
Still Doing Business at the Uld Stand.
Merchant Tailor
Columbia Street.
Full Un" "f English, bcotcn and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always in jtock
Spring Stock  now  ln.    Make vour
��� election.
For detailed information, rates, etc., call on or addrew
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia at.
delivered    promptly   to any
'""   ' 'he city.
Watchmaker and
Manufacturing Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with 10 years experience.   Later was 7 years manager
,,f the watch repairing department of
SaTage, Lyman & Co., Montreal.
[1,-nry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
English. Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
mu.le like n��W and adjust.'.!.
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
f,w Westminster, B. c.
���-ight and Heavy Hauling        Charges Reasonable.
��'r     'Phone l!i5,      barn 't'oone 137 ' Two Doors from Geo. Adams Grocery
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
124 Efghffi St., Ntiw Westminster, U.
....CALL ON....
Prescriptions .1 Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� ��� B. C.
A spei iii meeting of the municipal
council ot the corporation ot the township ot Chllllwai u wa; held In the
Com ilouse. Chilliwack, B. ('. on Saturday the HiHi dav of .June, 1900.
Presenl the Reeve and all the councillors.
After the notice calling the meeting
had been read, the following communications were received and dealt
R. Roberts re bridge across Bell
slough. 'Hi motion received and laid
over to the regular meeting In .Inly.
A. C. Wells re the ("has. EJvans
road. Received and filed for reference.
.t. A. Coulthart, asking for power to
blow out stumps on road beat No. 2.
Mover by Harrow-Wilson thai Ihe con-
be instructed to take powder
oil blow out stumps in front of ,1. A.
... llth ,i t's  property.    Carried.
ll. .1. Robertson, chairman of a committee, requesting the council to lay
thi Fire Limits Hy-law" on the table
for 6 months, Ordered lo be received
and  filed.
ll. Kipp, pathmaster, re road work
on Williams road. Moved |,v Harrow-
\v; ni hal the communication be received and tiled and the matter left
it. the hands of the Reeve and Coun
clllor Reeves.   Carried.
Wm. Hunt, re taking up puncheon
Opposite   his   Stable,     Moved   by   Wil
��� on ii.iiio.v that   the   communication
he received and filed and lhal he be
granted permission to remove the cor-
(hnoy on 'he Upper Prairie road, pro-
vlded li" leaves the road In ;,s gobd
repair as .it present. Work to ho done
at his own expense, Carried.
[,. Neville Smith, re location of the
Schubert  road.       Moved    by     Wilson
\shw.di that the communication   be
received mid filed and left over until
cterk finds By-law gazetting said road.
I,. Nevlle Smith, agent for the
Yorkshire Guarantee and Securities
Corporation, Limited, offering at their
own cost to build a new plank sidewalk the same width as the present
one in fron* of the Oomnierlcal hotel
on a substantial foundation. 7 or ft
inches lower than the present sidewalk, and to bring it to the level of
the sidewalk joining by easy slopes
and repair the verandah so that It will
he no menace. Moved hy WIlsnn-Ash-
wefl that tho communication be received and filed and that he be granted permission to replace sidewalk In
front of Commercial hotel according
to his communication.   Carried.
T. P. Evernll, re stray hogs on the
road. Moved hy Barrow-Ashwell that
the communication be received    and
filed and lhe matter be lefl in Hie
hands of Councillor Slade lo act. Carried.
Hope, Q-raveley <fc Co.. Ltd., re
drainage from the "Belrose Farm."
Moved by Wilson-Barrow I hat tho
communication be received and filed
and that the clerk be Instructed to
reply to same lo the effect that the
contract has already been let Tor
cleaning oul lhe Interception ditch
which will give the properly in ((ties-
tion  the desired  outlet.    Carried.
Heeves Ashwell thai Ihe Fire Limit
By-law be reconsidered and finally
passed this day six months.    Carried.
Reeves-Evans lhal the Schools Temporary  Loan By-law he reconsidered,
finally passed, signed and sealed. Oai
Tlie council Ihen resolved itself
into committee of the whole with
Councillor Reeves in lhe chair, to
consider lhe Chilliwack rale By-law,
The Committee rose and reported
the By-law complete, which report
wns. on motion, received and adopted.
This By-law was then read a third
time and will lie reconsidered and finally  passed  on   the  7th  of .inly.   Cm.;.
On motion Ihe council then adjourned.
. n	
Full Particulars.
At a meeting of people Interested in
the question of Ihe exacl dale of lhe
end of Ihe world, one hnshy-whiskor-
ed   prophet   said:
"Socialists will by this time he gov-
erning the world and will have adopted as their trade mark the hnmber
668. This will be branded or tattooed
on the forehead of all who do n ,1
wish to be beheaded and are members
of the Socialist Labor party,
"At or ahOUt tills date the earth
will be invaded by 200,000,000 Infernal
demons, probably from Mars. These
demons will begin to kill Ihe population. Finally will come Armageddon,
the greatest id' battles, in which all
the people of the world will tight the
, "The result will be a draw, hut not
until both sides have been absolutely
exterminated. Then down will come
the curtain, for that will he the end of
the world."
Another speaker asked if women
would have to be branded with "Gfi'l"
and when the reply was in the affirmative he raised the point that they
would refuse the branding, as H would
spoil their beauty. The wh'le whiskered pronhet who fathered the "61.6"
brand said women when the time
came would, he felt assured, rather
lose their looks than their heads.
If   i
We have made our arrangements for supply.    As usual
able to secure the best the market affords right here.
will   be
Some extra value in New Zealand Jam in self-opening tins  at  50c ���
the best yet.
Ripe Tomatoes, 15c per lb.   Cabbage-splendid stock, only 5c per lb.
Everything the best at the lowest prices.
l ���.n-wmwgcgar'-': Tsnmttvss
Larga     Number   of   Ticket:     Air:
Sold���Long  List of Prizes fcr
Those Who Take Part
in the Sports.
Some of Our
Many Bargains
Ten acres all in a first
class state of cultivation
and planted in fruit. 7
roomed house and good
barn. One half mile
from School and Church,
Close to station.     Price
N.B. -This is an Al buy
With fine weather guaranteed by the
clerk of the meteorological bureau,
with two bands in attendance, and a
with two bands in attendance, and
posed of to intending holiday makers,
the New Westminster tramway employees' fifth annual picnic and excursion to Ganges Harbor, to be held
tomorrow, promises to be even more-
successful and pleasant than any
similar event has been in the past. A
FROM    THF    FRASFR   sPlendid    programme of   sports   has
rnUiTl    ind   In/iuLll   ^^ arranged, and will be carried out
  ; as promptly as possible under the di-
Irrigation  Schem��     Inter-   rection    of an  energetic    committee.
Those planning to take advantage of
the outing should not forget that the
Charmer leaves the C. P. R. wharf at
8 o'clock in the morning.    The list of
athletic events  for which  prizes are
offered is appended:
Boys' Race, 50 yards, 10 years'
Limit���First, one pair shoes, presented by T. Pinnick; value $1.50. Second,
one jack knife, presented by Hard-
man & Bryson, value $1.00.
Girls' Race, 50 yards, 10 years old���
First, books, presented by H. Morey
& Co., value $1.50; second, goods, pre-
feres   With   the   Designs   of
The irrigation system, which is projected by the White Valley Irrigation
and Power Company, Ltd., will be
the gretaest in British Columbia, according to the Vernon News, and will
be of immense benefit to the White
and Coldstream Valleys, enabling
comparatively unprofitable areas of
range and grain land to produce the
excellent  fruit   for  which the Okana-
9 tr
Get Ready For The
Fruit Season
By Having Your
Call and examine our stock.
Complete line of tin and granite-
gan Vallev is Justly famed, and lead-
ing  directly  to  that  sub-division     of   sen,wi  b-v  Birtch & Co.. value, $1.25.
��� ������������� ������������������������������������������������������������< ^���������������������������������������������^
j Stylish Pattern Hats |
For Little Money, Friday and Saturday
All one price to effect a speedy clearance.   There are about  25  hat
the lot and every hat is of this season's make up.    You will wonder
we are making such a sacrifice of New Hats but we find ourselve
stocked at this season.    To remedy this we give you the benefit  of
low price now, rather than later on.    The regular prices  of these  I
run from $5.50 to $10.00.    We sell   them  on   Friday  and   Saturday
$3.50 EACH
you can buy 208 acres of
first class land, 120 acres
cleared and cultivated.
Six roomed house, woodshed, two barns and
windmill. Good water.
Close to Railway Station     Terms Good.
large holdings which, in every disrict,
is the first step towards increasing
prosperity and population. The source
of water-supply for the system will be
Lakes Aberdeen and Haddo, situated
some it miles southeast    of   Vernon.
Boys' Race,  100 yards. 15    years-
First, shoes presented by Barclay  &
Adams,    value   $3.00;     second,    cuff
links,  presented   by   H.   Dorer
Girls'  Race,   inn   yards,  15  vears
Mclnnes & Kerr,
Real    Estate   Brokers,
278  Columbia   Street.
Telephone   170.
A modern two story house on
two doors west of
Dome  street,    Foui   bedrooms,
���    .-:.-.   hoi   and   cold
water,   also shed   suitable   for
or    chicken.-.      $18  per
White & Shiles
The former lake has an elevation of First, goods, presented by T. Gifford,
3,625 feet, has an area of 1200 acres.. value $3.50;     second,  umbrella,    pre-
,-nd  receives the    drainage    from    a sented by Gordon's Dry Goods House,
catchment area of int.   square   miles, value   $2.50.
while Lake Haddo is 3,575 feet high, ! 100 yards, Employees Vancouver
has an area of 800 acres and has a Branch���First, goods, presented by
catchment or drainage area of fifty West End Grocery, value $5.00: sec-
miles. A dam 90 feet long nd 10 feet J ond, port wine, presented by Falch <v
high between Laki : Aberdeen and Seeley, value $3.00.
Haddo and another I6i feel long and1 440 yards race (open)���First, goods,
10 feet high at the outlet of Lake presented by J. A. Lee, value $5.00;
Haddo is expected to raise the depth second, goods, presented by AA", Smith.
of the water in ihe two lakes to an value  $2.50.
average of eight feet, and give them Fifty   Yard,   Married   Ladies���First,
a  combined   capacity  of  16,000  acre-! nickel coffee pot, presented by T. J,
feet.    An interesting poinl  in connec- Trapp, value $3.50; second, flour, pre-
tion with the projected irrigation sys- 8entea- by Calgary Milling Co., value
tern is the fact that it will divert wa-j $3,00,
thai  would naturally find its way Fat Man-S Race, 200 pounds or over,
Real  Estate  and
200 Columbia  St.
Phone 85.
Three of the finest residential
in the city���onlv now put
on the market���on Queen's avenue and Peele street. For a few
lays these may be had cheap
and on easy terms.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance & Real Estate
Agents.        Tel 106.        Columbia St.
Belyea & Co.
General Hauling nnd Delivery.
Heavy Hauling uur apecallty,
Wood and Coal
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Teleuhonc jl>o.
by way of Mabel Lake and the Spal-
cheen River into ihe Fraser, so
'hai it passes into Okanagan Lake
and eventually into the Columbia. By
pursuing a circuitous route, the ef-
������ ' of the natural trend of the wa-
tei shed me overcome.
��� o	
Wimbledon, Eng., dune 18.���h. 7..
Doherty, Great Britain, in a splendid
--'.irne, heat Raymond D. Little, Ameri-
' ��� today by a Bcore of 3-6, 6-3, 6-8,
6-1, 6-3.
��� o	
Bribery   in   Disguise.
London, June 18���As the result of a
, petition, Thos. Charles Robartes, eld-
on  of  Viscount   t'lifton, member
of parliament (Liberal) for Cornwall,
has   been   unseated   by   lhe   election
court, in consequence,of illegal practices.     The   entertainment   of   voters
at  a garden party was the  principal
item in the complaint.
100 yards���First, lumber, presented by
Brunette Saw Mill, value $5.00; second, load wool, presented by Belyea
& Co., value $2.50.
Employees ii. C. Electric Ry. Co.,
220 >anls���First, shoes, presented by
W. E. Sinclair, value $5.00; second,
cigars, presented by Fred Lynch,
value J3.5U.
Bona Fide Island Farmers, 100
yards���First, cigars, presented by
Fred Eastman, value $3.50; second,
hat, H.  L.  DeBeck, value $2.50.
Obstacle Race, Employees���First,
harp, presented by .1. H. Todd & Co.,
value $7.00.
Carshop and Vancouver Barn Employees' Race, 100 yards���First, one
sack rolled oats, presented by B. &
K. .Mills, value $4.00; second, goods,
presented by Westminster Clothing
Co., value $2.50.
One Hundred yards, Ladies' Race
(open)���First, ladies' silk blouse, presented by T.  H. Smith, value $10.00;
in home decoration need not be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
for furniture and pictures, can be
had at reasonable prices if you call
Wall   Paper   Store
Sixth Street.
If you are thinking of building a
home, we can assist you if you are
short of funds, or if you want to
buy a home and have not sufficient
money, we will furnish what you
need, repayable monthly	
We make a special feature of farm
loans, giving special terms on repayments   	
F. J. Hart &? Co.
285 Columbia St., New Westminster.
New  Westminster     -      Vancouver     -      Chilliwack
I VBEUBEiMfcT! 1*1* BE Hi
second, glove box, presented by T, A.
Muir, value $3.00.
One hundred yard conductors' race���
value First, pants, presented by R. McRae
value $7.00; second, box cigars, presented by J. Chappell, value $3.50.
Three-Leged Race (open)���First,
wet goods, presented by Nels Nelson,
value $5.00; second, one box cigars,
presented by B. C. Cigar Factory,
value $3.50.
Ladies' Throwing Baseball���First,
wallpaper, presented by E. W. Cook,
value $5.00; second, three pounds of
tea, presented by Adams & Deans,
value  $1.50.
Tug of War, Car Shops vs. Conductors and Motormen���One box
cigars, presented by T. Freeman,
value $3.50.
Boat's Crew Race (220 yards 1 ���
First, goods, presented by Richmond
Bros., value $2.50; second, razor, presented by H. T. Kirk, value $2.00;
third, razor, presented by Mr. Leach,
value $1.50.
Egg and Spoon Race, Ladies���
First, goods, presented by Anderson
& Lusby, value $3.00; second, roast
of meat, presented by Pacific Meat
Market,  value $1.00.
Motormen's Race doo yards)������
First, goods, presented by (.'. A.
Welsh, value $5.00; second, wood,
presented by C. C. Dunn, value, $3.75.
Crackers Eating Contest (Open)
50 yards and back���First, laundry, presented by A. Turner, value $12.00;
Becond, tea, presented by Sinclair's
Jockey Race, Jockey to be over -I
years���First, case of claret, presented
by A. Vachon, value $7.00; second,
leather hand bag, presented by Wm.
(Jammings, value $3.50.
Section Men's Race, 100 yards-
First, pair boots, presented by Johnston's Shoe Store, value $4.50; second, goods, presented by J. C. Philips,
value $2.50.
Old Man's Race, age 50 or over���
First, accident policy, presented by
Shile & White; goods, presented by
J. (I. Q-amon, value $2.no.
Swimming Contest, catching duck
in water���First, umbrella, presented
by W, S. Collister & Co., value $5.00;
second, razor, presented by I). Walker,
value $2..Ml.
Baby Show���Goods, presented by
W.  C,  Chamberlain,   value  $5.HO.
No person to win more than two
All decisions of the committe to be
Brothier's Break for Liberty.
Seattle, June in.���Desire Brothier,
arrested In Seattle on Information received from the Canadian authorities,
escaped from the Immigration 'officers
upon his arrival here from l'ort
Townsend at 10:30 o'clock lasi night,
but was recaptured. He was brought
here on the steamer Indianapolis and
on landing stepped lo the side of the
horses attached to an express wagon
while the Inspectors who had him in
charge were talking bo the driver. He
was handcuffed, oui suddenly he
sprang around the noises' heads and
ran down the tracks. iM an instant
he was losi in darkness, and before I
���the two immigration men could real-!
ize what bad happened he was gone.
They stalled in pursuit and hunted
the fugitive among the maze of cars I
: and railroad tracks and finally sue-
I ceded in effecting his recapture.
Which Kind For You ?
The Tubular or Bufcket Bowl.       Low Down or High Can.
Simple Bowl or Bowl full of Parts.
Enclosed Gears or ExposedJGears.    Selfoilingor Oil Yourself
Just look into these facts and   you  can't  help  but  be  convinced
that this is the only one to buy.
We believed in them by buying a carload.
The prices of these separators are also the lowest.
>>>ro>>>>rc<o>>>>>>::<o>>>>: :�����c*>>>>>>>>>��>>>>>>>:>>:>>;>:
1 Fire Insurance.
Life Insurance.
�����! We have been appointed agents for the Union  Ass-urance  Society
���*<   of London, England, which has been carrying on fire  insurance business
since 1714 A. D., and  which  has  a  capital and accumulated  funds of
The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance record:
Dec. 31st, 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $60,400.   Prem. $22,954.fin
1900 Assurance in force  $1,792,500. Premiums $ 62,605.96
1901 "    "     2,554,904.        "    92,029.30
1902 "    "     3,425,897.        "   126,695.21
1903 "    "     4,086,112.        "   160,644.68
1904 "    "     4,509,754.        "   166,384.20
&EZ*. McQUARRIE & CO., "t-SSitf
T86  Columbia   Street, NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Game In Season
\We deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P. O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News.
New Westminster, B. C.
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\ Electric Railway Service \
30 Minute Service during re- ��
rnainder ot day. Transfer at ���
Leopold Place. I
��� 0
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. 111. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service trom
G.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and b and 7.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be- ���
tween 8  a.  m.  and  10 p. m. ���
City and sapperton. ��
Sapperton Line���lb Minute Ser 1
vice, except between 12 and *
2, and 5 and 7, during which *
hours the service win be I
half-hourly. T
Sunday Service hair-hourly be- ���
tween 8 a. in. and 11 p. ni.     T
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd|
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