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 VOLUME 1, NUMBER 91
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1906.
10 CENTS PE
R WEEK
KING HAAKON VII
ENTERS CAPITAL
IN RO AL STATE
Enthusiastic Norwegians Weir J\e Their New Sovereign and
Bark Out Character! -' Cheers of Delight on
Catching Sigh' / the Baby Cro.-
P' |.e, Olaf.
)wn
Trondhjem, June 19.���King Haakon
VII., bis queen and their b ���<���. I to
the anclenl capital of Has
,,., !. where Norway firsl w i
;   :   nation.    They  came   thi
,.v,.,u:    in the gunboal Helmdal ami I
of jubilation befitting the oi
rii,. elaborate    preparal
eception   hardly   had
before    crowds  began    to
congn gate along the route of the pro-
..in the pier io the palaci on
a iter and  bluffs, marking
, atrance.   The expectation   had
ordinary grave Norwegians
Parisians    In their    ga ���
They    waited  In  the  noon-daj    sun
��� ,tiis  down  on    Trondhjem
ifter suns elsewhere have
On the  pier  was   bull!   a   pavilion   In
Norse  form,  decorated  with
greener)    and    the nation's    colors,
pavilion   were   gathered
members   of the    diplomatic    corps
' Ihi Istianta, officers of the army
Ipal  officei
The King Approaches.
of the   Danish   wai
oming the royal salute, an-
nounci :  thai   the   king's  yachi   was
ag.    The   crowds   wailed   si-
until the Helmdal entere I
slip, when thi      , ..... into the sharp
hurrahs thai   exp ������     Norwegian enthusiasm.    Th,-  firsl   figure  discerni-
ble nl1 the deck was the wonderful lit-
""  crown   prince,  olaf.  In   a  white
sailor suit, held  high above the rail
hy    his nurse,  and  showing    a  pre-
cociou    Interesl   in  the scene.    The
oon j,lined  the prince and the
��� I oui  mother cheer winch
was renewed  wheH Queen  Maud aped.
Enters   His   Palace.
The   royal   familj   speedily   lande I
and the king conversed briefly with
���   ��� '   the diplomats.    The mu-
nicipalitj    presented  an address    of
welcome tor which King Haakon ex-
ied his thanks.    Then  the king,
Crown  Prince Olaf in his arms, ac-
companled  by  Queen  Maud, entered
c irriage and. escorted by  cavalry,
drove to the palace through cheering
Throngs surrounded the palace for hours, cheering the king and
queen.
Although   Norway   is   regarded   as
outside the bomb belt of Europe, and a country free from violent
political    animosity, the    Norwegian
police are taking precautions to protecl  the king and other notable per-
ces.
I
BREAK IN RANKS
OF CLOSED STORES
The- closing of the stores this afternoon will not
be general. W. E. Fales announced his intention
yesterday of remaining open all day to-day as he considered it a farce for a few stores to continue business while all the rest are closed. He would no longer
close his store while the hardware men remained
open on Wednesdays. Mr. Fales is rather in f vor
of the Saturday afternoon closing, instead of the
Wednesday, and from the first he has not been satisfied with the arrangement.
SEVEN JOURNALS
ARE CONFISCATED
IN ST. PETERSBURG
Russian Papers Get Into Trouble for Telling too  much of
the Truth About the  Bialystok  Anti-Jewish  Outbreak    Another Slaughter of Hebrews Reported From the Same District.
LIMITED CAR SERVICE TO-DAY
As the majority of the employees of the B. C. E.
i R. Co. will be absent to-day on their annual picnic, a
{ full service will not be given. The cars will run up
tlie hill only once every hour, and will make half
hourly trips to Sapperton. '.All work cars will be tak-
{ en off their usual runs, but the inter-urban service
j will be the same as usual.   The men who will not
i
^-St.    Petersburg, June 19.���No   dis-j from Duanaberg, province of Vitebsk,
orders al  Bialystok have been report-1 llu   miles   southeast   of   Riga,   dated
ed today.   The ciiy council of Blaly- June 18th:
sink has demanded ilie abrogation of, "Fifty persons have heen killed In
martial   law.    Seven  St.  Petersburg the anti-Jewish rioting at StaroslelBce,
newspapers  besides the Gulois, were I noi  far from Bialystok,"
confiscated today, two for their vigor-	
take part in the excursion wrill work extra shifts, and
will be on duty practically all day.
ou�� comment on the attitude of the
authorities at Bialystok, and the
others for publishing long de-
tlve stories of the outrages from correspondents. A
curious lncldeni is related at Minsk,
where Governor Kurloff, whose trial
for Inciting the November excesses
was urged by Delegate Arankantseff
in the lower hnes,. of parliament lo-
day, "Aas thanked by a delegation of
.lews for measures instituted by him
to prevent an outbreak.
I
DUNSMUIR OPENS
V. W. C. A. HOME
BIO BLAZE IN HEART
OF TERMINAL CITV
New Lieutenant Governor Officiates at
Brilliant Ceremony in Vancouver.
BUSINESS MEN
FA VOR THE IDEA
OF AN OUTING
a ��� rchants'  picnic now   Beem i
issured   tact,  and  at  the
leld  last   nighl  in the  Board
om -. ih" Mn,. of all pres-
of   optimistic.   The reporl
the committee apolnted al the last
::  verj encouraging. Several
li :    enthusiastic    workers
roidably   absent,   but   many
es  were    seen'    among    the
"���md the table.   The meeting
'inle hue in  starling, but  one.
111,1   chairman  had  been    appointed,
��� began to move rapidly.
���'��� R. Gilley was elected chairman
i:i! after the reading of the minutes
bj" the    .notary. .1.  II.  Vidal  reported
^ result of numerous Interviews held
"Ith   different    merchants.      Almost
wlUwm exception, he has found them
favorable inwards the picnic idea, bul
ii    a    trifle   backward    when   it
came to taking an active pan in the
PreParatory work.    He was Bangulne
the picnic would be a success.
$300   Guam,-tee   a   Bugbear.
E.   Mackenzie  strongly  endorsed
^]     Villi's   soiaiinents,   and    added
furnishing of the $800 guar
��� a, d to be the chief bugbear,
ii   shouhl   not   be a  difficult
raise thai sum as soon as
'' Hie ball well rolling. He
lhal   there   were   enough   mer-
<h'l,i;-   preseni   io  make  ibe  picnic
��� I  success,  and  said  lie  was
': lenl ihat the majority of business
" hi the city would heartily Buppori
"ied.
Dave Grossman was of the opinon
"li|i a committee Bhould be appointed
I 'hat  they Bhould be authorized
:anva8s all the merchants noi prea-
f'm ;i1 Hie meeting nml ascertain their
"nvs- mui also to whal exieui they
""'  Willing  lo  help.
Cook Feels Optimistic.
'''" W. Cook  snid that u greal  ninny
""|l1, were holding buck from the
':"'Uv:'Y picnic for the purpose of
''"'''"ling the merchants' picnic, ami
II '' Would not be fair to disappoint
'"'"' He was sure thai there would
"' "" difficulty  in  finding  merchants
1|"   ""aid   1���.   willing   to   guarantee
isary amount
N-  Deans  also spoke   Btrongly  in
;   "( Hie  picnic,  slating  thai   B6V
f bis customers bad expressed
!.,
iheir   intention   to   lake   part    in   the
.nriim when ii came off.
Th,. proposal submitted by the C
p. it. to place the steamer Charmer
at ihe disposal of the merchants for
$300 was read, the secretary giving it
as his opinion ihai the only expense
Incurred would he for the band and
boat, and he considered thai the refreshment stand would more than paj
toi' the music,
Will  Buttonhole Merchants.
On     motion   of   D.   E.     Mackenzie,
seconded by  Dave Grossman, it was
decided thai  a systematic canvass of
i
ib,. city  merchants should  he made
ami committees were appointed to do ���
the  work.    While ascertaining  iheir I
views  wiih   regard   to  the   picnic,  the I
canvassers  are  also to induce  ihem ,
to take tickets, and it is expected that
bj lhis means a sufficient sum will
be raised to pin up the guarantee
asked I'or bj lb.' C. 1". R. The opinion of ihe merchants will also i.e
taken respecting the place where lhe
picnic will be held, a majority of
those presenl lasi evening, preferring
Mayne island.
Ex-Auditor General Paralyzed.
Quebec,  June 19.- J.  L.  MacDoug
al. ex-Dominion auditor general who
has been auditing the city books *inee
last March, had an attack of partial
paralysis of the lefl side in the chateau Frontenac yesterday.
 ���o ���
LAYS AWFUL liHARliE
,   AliAINST HER FATHER
Anacortes Girl Says She Was Violated
by  Her Own
Parent.
Anacortes,   June   10.   a   startling
sensation was sprung today, when
.lohn Wagner, a well known musician,
was  placed   under  arresl   charged   by
his own daughter with criminal relations of Ihe mosl serious nature. The
,l,,le   given    I'or   the   allegd   crime   is
November 26, 1905.   The daughter is
IS  or   I'.l   years of age.     Many   people
nere   believe Wagner   Innocent   but
opinion seems lo he divided in the
case.
Vancouver. June 19. (Special.) ���
ilon. .lames Dunsmuir, British Colum-1
nev. lieutenant governor, officiated ai his first public function in
Vancouver this evening, when he formally opend the new Y. \V. C. A.
home on Howe street. The governor
arrived in his private yacht accompanied by a number of friends and
proceedd direct from the boat to the
scene of the ceremony. The new
home, whicli lias been built at an expense of some $15,00(1. is a splendid
and spacious struct ure and easily accommodated the large crowd of public persons who were invited to witness the proceedings.
Stanley     Park   Livery   Stables    Badly
Gutted���Catholic  School  in
Danger.
Vancouver, June 19. (Special)���A
big blaze in ilie ceni re of the city
startled the business section of Van-1
couver late this afternoon and for a
iim,. the local fire brigade had an exciting experience. About 5 o'clock
flames broke out in the big frame
building of the Stanley Park Livery
stables, Seymour street, and a heavy
cloud of ominous smoke hung over
the tower of "lie church of Our Lady
of   the     Holy   Rosary���the     Catholic |
edifice   which   stands   close   al   hand.
% i
The fire  was  soon  communicated  to
an   adjoining   residence   and   to   the
roof of the Catholic  school building,
which   was  partialy   destroyed.    The j
total  loss incurred, although not yet
definitely    known,    will    undoubtedly
reach well into the thousands.
Tsar Wants to Be Shown.
St. Petersburg, June 10.���The election of the agrarian committee of 99
today initiated the second, stage if
agrarian legislation in the lower house
of parliament. The commission consists virtually of the inner circle of
the strongest men in parliament. The
makeup is regarded as "moderate."
Though rumor is busy with the success of the reactionaries at Peterhof,
information has been received from
the palace tonight thai Emperor
Nicholas has decided to send a senatorial committee to the Balkans, to
learn whether the military authorities
are justified in determining that summary executions and marl ial law cannot be abandoned.
Another  Anti-Jewish   Outbreak.
London.      June    19.���Tin
World     has    received   this
Count Witte Interviewed.
Vichy, June IS.���In an interview
today, Count Witte, the former premier of Russia, expressed strong disappointment, and disapproval of the
lower house of parliament whicli he
declared is slowly developing into a
revolutionary body. Russia needs
peace and order, and confidence in
the men who earnestly desire to heal
the wounds and enter upon a period
of economic, moral and Intellectual
welfare. Instead of this the revolutionists, under the pretext of patriotism, are serving the interest of the
foreign enemies of their country *%y
transforming Russia into the powder
magazine of Europe. I: Is known that
Witte personally is favorable to the
Jews and their desires, as contained
in the memorandum presented to him
at Portsmouth by the committee of
prominent American Jews, but, he
strongly condemns the attitude the
.lews are assuming in placing themselves at the head of the revolutionary
party against the advice of their own
enlightened leaders, thus making it
Impossible for their non-Jewish
friends to assist them. If they are
defeated they will be more oppressed
than before, whereas, if successful
the remainder of the population which
is more anti-Semitic than in other
Jewish countries will oblige them to flee the
lispatch    country.
HINBOB SUFFERS A VALLORE'S FIREMAN
PAINFUL ACCIDENT TURNS A BESEI
Is
Knocked   Off   Pile   of   Timber   at
Millside   and   Has   His   Arm
Ercken.
Will   Appear   in   Police   Court  Today
to Answer a Serious
Charge.
KIDNAPPER GETS
HE A VY SENTENCE
A Hindoo with an unpronouncable
name was severely Injured in an accident which occurred at Millside
yesterday    afternoon.      The    injured
From present indications the Vellore is likely to remain moored opposite the C. P. R. wharf indefinitely.
John Henley, a fireman belonging to
man was standing on a large pile of' the   crew,   absented   himself   withoul
John Kean Goes to Penitentiary for Twenty Years    Magistrate Said He Would Have Liked to Turn the
Prisoner Over to the Tender Mercies of
a Crowd of Angry Mothers.
Philadelphia, .lime 19.- "Had I ihe
disposition of this case I would summon a large number of mothers here
and turn you over to iheir tender
mercies, but as the law fixes Hie
penalty for crimes like yours. 1 can
do nothing but commit you without
hail for the action of the grand jury
on ihe charge of kidnapping."
These words were addressed by
.Magistrate Klsenbrown lo John Jo eph
Kean, lhe abductor of Frederick
Math, the 7-year-old son of Charles
Muth, the Columbia Avenue jeweler,
who. with bis captive, was discovered
yesterday after a six-days' search in
a  vacant  house in  West  Philadelphia.
The magistrate's office was crowd-
ed nnd muttered throats could be
heard when the prisoner was placed
In the dock. .Many of the spectators
were   women.
Finally, after the prisoner had
pleaded guilty, a sentence of twenty
years of solitary confinement with
hard    labor    was    pronounced.
timber, which was being built up by
his fellow workmen. His attention
was attracted elsewhere at the moment when a large stick was passed
along. This swept him off lhe top
of the pile, causing him to fall a distance of about twenty-five feet. When
picked up by his comrades the man
was unconscious and had several dee;>
cuts about the face.    Upon an exanii-
Twentv-live    minutes  later    he    had ,,....     . .
,    . . naiion it was lound that his right arm
been   arraigned before a   magistrate
committed  to court  withoul  bail.; ��� broken ani1 "uU  lu> was {VV?W>'
bruised    about    the  body,    lie  was
taken to the Royal Columbia hospital
al Sapperton where his Injuries were
attended to.
and
The grand jury quickly found a true
hill and at 11:20 a. in. he was in the
criminal court awaiting bis turn to
face Judge Sulsberger.   Shortly aftei
12 o'clock the judge passed sentence
upon him and at 12:30 the great iron
doors of the penitentiary closed behind him. lu his quick trip from liberty to lhe solitude of Terry Hill no
friendly hand or voice was raised in
lhe prisoner's behalf. If he behaves
himself his sentence, under the law,
will be reduced to twelve years and
ihree months. The court had lhe
power to give him  a  life sentence.
Much sympathy is expressed for the
wife ami three children whom Kean
leaves   without   means  of support.
leave a couple of days ago, and as.
he had drawn his, advance money,
the captain was na.urally anxious to
ge: the sailor back. The assistance
of lhe police was engaged in locating
him, but as he refused to return to
lhe boat, he was placed under arrest,
and will be charged with deserting
his ship tomorrow morning in the
police  court.
 o	
NOT CALLED TO TORONTO.
Denver, Colo., June 19.���President
J. II. Baker, of the University of
Colorado, today authorized a denial of
the announcement made yesterday
ihai the presidency of Toronto university   had   been   offered   him.
LOANS MILLIONS
10 SAN FRANCISCO
FATAL PISTOL DUEL.
New York, June 19.���A duel to the
leath with pistols as weapons was
The fought on Harrison street, Brooklyn,
enormity of the man's crime, whicli ,,.���., v toflay< between a diminutive
had aroused the whole city, stirred ^^ ^ .^ ,onR8horeman 0,
lhe officers of the law  to quick nc-
.ion. Kean was arresled yesterday ��W same nationality, in which the
at about Ihe time the courts were; latter was almost instantly killed,
closing. Promptly at 10 o'clock this The longshoreman fired three times
morning he was photographed and at bis antagonist, who fired but once
measured    by  the  Bertillon    method,   in return.
Washington, D. ('., June
tacit agreement was reached today
by the president, Secretary Shaw
and the delegation of representative
citizens of San Francisco by which
substantial aid will he given San
Francisco by the government.
it is proposed that the United
States treasury deposit with the San
Francisco banks |12,000,00() of government money with bonds of the city
as security for the deposit, the money
to remain in the banks until such time
as the governmenl may call for it.
This is not to he before a number of
years, so that the banks have prac-
19.���A., the deposit for such a period as will
be of value in the reconstruction of
the city.
Under the law, the secretary of the
treasury has authority to deposit government funds in this way.
He cannot, or course, hind his successor to leave the money on deiiouil,
but he himself may leave it there until it is needed by the government.
It is proposed in California to organize a corporation with a capital
of several millions of dollars, composed of prominent and Influential
men throughout the state of California and other states and to issue
bonds to   guarantee the   government
tical assurance that they may retain   against loss through the banks.
I
tsmrn THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20.
���
onsidered' bnt
I
such re one act is
:,other act the general r.
eluding the day on which each i
acts   i-   done   Is     p ���'���' '���'���'������
precise  time  at  which  either  of  the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      ac-.- is done doe.- no: become material.
UnM een manifest-, i am therefore of opinon that in this
. ..   during the la-1       -   the    "Notice     A Appeal"   *J*
,=^_.hp   served one day too late and that the
.  ;he Thornton case���the ;    ^    ���amni
eff0r . ���   i man's friends
JUDGMENT THAT SENDS
THOiiNTilN TO JAIL
Hon.   Ncrman   Bole's  Summing  up   of
the Case in Refusing Leave to
Appeal.
��� ���ure  for  him  a  new  trial   prong a good deal of discussion on
the  street   corners.    In   response   to
���vera! persons,
Judge Bob -lon on the ineffect
ual appea led    in   extenso.
Mr. Reid. counsel for    the    pr.
 Ions   wen . u ai ���   warrant
ed    in refusing to hear the    appi   I
There is ano-her case to the same   .'
fect  in  'Queen  v. Justices  Shepshiro
8 Adolphus and Elds page 173. which
where an act is required by
el many days, ar
t befo      . coming event the time
be reckoned excluding both the
erring his term, . .at of the even
nothing . ,ne at pr-
herein is taken    :.
��� in of the Acting Police
..   PI
nricted  ti.
'��� M -.t and
era othei ai
public
... ��� -���
ommoi-
-���   -   ind    sen-
...
s to the que*
��� -
.-��� .-tions
.imely: one as
for son - days
the defendant thout
Ini recog-
: the
that fhe
:.       ., eai   in
s as this must remain in
Turning to the code I find that  the
I  notice must be given at least
five days ���   the hearing an!  to
day the 18th of June is the heari ig
fixed by consent of both parties
. :he appeal was duly en ���   ���
ring ellant, the
n on the 13th
of June  and   Is coi in   te
nce v ��� as jut
I to, too late.   As the appeal is
-
and   aw -.   which   I
of 150.00
��� W.  NORMAN  BOLE, J.'
S'i w   VVestminsti i.  B.  C,  18th  .1 im
MAKES TRAIN  ROBBING   DANGEROUS.
N ' content with putting 'Old Bi
Miner and his bandit companions behind the bars for life, the C. P. R. has
���: iced another   feature   for   the
���  ition    of    its    trains, which  is'
calculated  to dampen  "he ardor    of
_.,  those  who may  seek  in    future    to
shape   emulate this band of highwaymen.  A
���'-��� 0. O. O. for   )arge  numt,er  0f Hot magazine  guns
g proa e been i ed the i xpress mes
sengers on runs in the danger zone,
-
In the ..   ��� -���:.'  case It is
ppellant was a-   ..
.-   . (May, the
th day of
having given a pi
���    ���:.���        ��� :."��� red into
g In       \
filed
-:./ ace the firsl
point
������  hich    I   tai ���
. the becomi
���   ��� ���.
.--   -     ....        ���        Ini ;- as   results,   scattering  iheir    charge
and they are ex; ecte ; to use them so
��� etly aa to 3avi   thi   -rouble   In-
ci lent  to arresting train  robbers    in
e.    For many years ihe express:
cars in the Bl itet ���   carried These
weapons, and  in some  instances  the
messengers  have  made  good use of'
Some of the trunk lines of the
���   tern states have standing rewards
of $1,000 for dead bandits���dead ones |
��� ���    ���       ���in.g   preferred.     Thes?
guns are especially recommended for'
ace of treasure trains since they
can  be sired  at random with deadly
Of
��� cond  notio
men I  the ac"
���  ���      ��� e    which re'j ���'��� '
���   ry nodi 1
erve  the
ir  with    a
���
��� ' Ime.
buckshot in such a manner as to cover a wide area.
The Mare's  Nest in the Senate.
Senator Macdonald    having    moved
for the production of names of share-
ers  in  the  North   Atlantic  Trading Co., Sir Richard Cartwright made
a vigorous reply in which he pointed
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      out  that  the Opposition had  thought
Is are; it  had  gol  hold of   a    case   against.
five ���    ��� '     Ml   -rs. Sifton. Smart and Preston but
thi    found that II had got hold of a mare's
notice   neat.      Neither  Jury  nor   nny   other
I
Now what is th
���   Bvi
���
M.  ('. at   page   139
���
witness produced by   the   Opposition
would swear he had a particle of evl- j
dence to show that   Preston    had   a"
scintilla of interest in the North Atlantic Trading Company.   Jury would
only  say lie  had  suspicion.      Against
b) mt and notice of   this wen. to be   placed    the   sworn
��� itemi nts of Mr. Smai I and Mr, Pres-
on    ad the Btati mi al oi Lord Strathcona thai  Becrecy musi be maintained regarding the contract, Sir Wllfrl l
Laurier had  don,- right   in refusing io
public the names of those in the
North  Atlantic Trading Company    to
^^m :u a pledge of confidence had been
t .":, by an accredited agon,  of the
the it, tei     ... Canadian Oovi rament. Ile would have
notice of a    '  !i  ������ '!' mied of Sir Wilfrid  and ol
otl      colleagues In the Commons
iugh        ,   .-..    if I'  had been decided  to disclose the
; e vei
Th
hen In ��������� i i e un ler a
'.    ' ' 112
Ich H w ,
day of
thi   .iii oi J muary and
of i   peal  was Berved  ai
9   o c   ii I    '.'.   the  IllSt  De
fames     after     a      coil! "act   had   been
mad,, with the concurrence of Lord
Strathcona and Mr, Sifton, where the
disclosure ol the names would resull
Senator Macdonald    '11 would ser'
them right."
Sir Richard said he hardly thOUghl
i; would serve anyone right to be
thrown Into prison for having encouraged immigral lon to Canada.
Senator Macdonald dropped bis mo
l ion.
..,   , .    :      . . .t   ,,,,   Llon is   in the men being imprisoned
.....   which
given was to be exclusive of the
��� ;���, lng notice  and also of the
m which the appeal waa entered
. it this were the ' i ' . a'.-" on
point   I  coi fi   .-  I  should  be Inclined   to think  thai  the notice  was
sufficient   time   but   ii   has     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I.,-,.      ,  frequently decided  that   ths "
word- al leasi exclude the day on) Two ladles, who lived near one an-
whlch the notice is given and also the _ other, were great friends until one
day on which the act Is done, that lt managed to secure an exceptionally
..ems to me to be (oo late to revive' good cook. 'I'he other, actuated lends question especially as it appears envj and making sure of the mistress'
that In the two latest cases the court' absence, went to see thte cook one
recognize 'he previous cases and held morning and offered her more monej
themselves hound by them.   'Zouch v.! than she was then getting.
Bmpsey,' 'The Queen v. Justices Salop' and "Milchell v. foster' are direct
an h.ui'ies to this effect; ii ihen was
contended that a fraction of a day
upon which notice was given might
be taken Into consideration and if that
wa     doli"  the  notice   wiiuhl   appear  to
be given In time but no authorltv
was cited for thai proposition where
the question is 'which of the two acts
But. the loyal cook declined to
change ber  place.
Several days later the two ladies
met. at a dinner party, and the firs'
cu:   the  second dead.
"Why, Mrs. Jinks," Bald the hostess,
"you know Mrs. Blank, don't  you?"
Mrs. Jinks replied: "I often bear ol
her. She sometimes calls on my conk
I understand."
THINGS ARE MOVING AT THE
GS
CLEARANCE SALE
And the low prices will keep them moving till all the stock on our bargain list is gone
KEEP YOUR CHEST COOL!
The Small Sum of 50 Cents will Purchase One of Our Fine Negligee Shirts.
Men's Balbriggan double thread Underwear, regular
50c for 25 Cents.
KEEP YOUR FEET COMFORTABLE!
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.
LOOK AT THESE GREAT SPECIALS!
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.
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Company
Columbia Street Ncxt!Door to Royal Bank of Canada.
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
j   Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
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Lumber Always in Stock for Fencingland Draining.
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1 i
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our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
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THE DAILY NEWS
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���"I JOHNNY TACKAUM IS
��� ��� ALBERTA'S CONFESSED MURDERER
Formal  Opening by Hon. G. H. V. EULYEA,
Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta
AT EDMONTON
On July 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1906
Under the auspices of The Edmonton Industrial Exhibition Assn.
$6,000 in Harness and Running Races
$15,000 to be Expended During the Fair
Special Railway Rates From All Parts.
PRIZE   LIST3  furnished   free   on  application  to  the   Association.
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Should Read the
Spring Fishing Number
(May Issue) of
ROD and
And Motor Sports in Canada
Sent  postpaid  on   receipt  of  15 cents  In stamps.
Frederic Percy
a fighting salmon   in   Quebec waters
IN  THIS  ISSUE.
Armstrong tells of his successful encounter with
Ashley D.   Conger   describes
deer-lick. T. P. Bresnan gives an account of a holiday at that ideal
fishing ground���Temagami. E. Connor portrays a typical angling
match in Paris. Miss A. R. MoKee 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 pro- ���
\ince. W, R. Gilbert writes enthusiastically of the true angler who **
does not fish for fish alone. Algonquin Park as a fisherman's para- *
disc is described by word picture and illustrations. E. C. Woolsey
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Bad   Indian   Says   He  was  "too   Much
Pahtlum"  When   He   Killed
Newell.
	
!      Clo        guarded Ly Provincial Con-
| stable Jones, of Heriol Bay, Johnny
Hill, alias Tackum, the alleged murderer of Charles Newell, i Church
House Indian, reached Vancouver yesterday   on  hoard the tug Clive.    The
 ij   djf   Newell   waa   nlso   brought
down and removed to Kemp & Simp-
sen's undertaking parlors, where the
inquest will be held. Newell's klooteh,
liis two little children and Charlie,
Mill's eighteen-year-old stepson, were
brought down as witnesses. The
woman, the children, and Hill's Btep-
son, were in the canoe with Newell
when he was shot, allegedly by I Iill.
To a reporter Johnnj volunteered
the   Btatemnt:    "l  shoot  him    with
shot sun, nol with rifle, because he
cut   Annie  on  the  head."
Annie is the woman with whom
Johnny Tackum has been living lately and she did give the officers a
verj bad time of it from the time i [
her arrest. She shrieked and BWOre
and demanded in all the Chinook and
English she could command a gun
with whicli she said she wenl.I sheet
Johnny Tackum and then herself.
The story of the tragedy, as it is expected the crown will be able to prove
when the case comes to trial, is that
Charles Newell, the murdered man,
refused to drink with Johnny Tackum.
Johnny got angry at the refusal and
insisted that Newell should drink.
Newell started to ko away and hill
wenl after his gun and shot him. It
is a fact that Newell and TackumY,
woman  had   a  row  and   thai   she  did
igel a bruised forehead during the
debate. Thi- was several days before    the    shoot ins.     This    morning
��� Johnny   Tackum   admitted   the  shoot-
* lng quite freely but said Ihat he was
"pahtlum" when he did it. "Too
much pahtlum. too much pahtlum," he
repeated  over and  over  again.
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tells of a fishing trip to Chats Rapids on the Ottawa River, ('anad- >    |u, wljj )|(1 .l)p](i t()   n,,|,u,,,   1)0
an Fishing Territories from ocean to ocean are indicated.    Rev. Dr. $ | w,,ii;[U  ,mii |)|(, (,()s|  ()(.   ,]|(>
Murdoch relates a guide's panthr 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 report is summarised. Canada's J
first auto and motor boat show is described. Sports Afloat receive^ attention. All Canada's trap news is Riven and comments of interest to
every trap shooter is added.
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yddress-W. J.JTAYLOR, Publisher, Box 1448, Woodstock, Ont.
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Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
Route
Seven hundred miles of magnificent
river trip. Empress of Britain sails
from Montreal for Liverpool June 28rd.
For other dates and rates apply to
ED. GOUbET,
C. P. K. Agent.
Now Westminster.
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pioneer  Limited"   St.  Paul  toj
Chicago,   "Short  Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of 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.
U.S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
Northern Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro*
pean points.
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C,
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore \. G.        A
The Next Revolution.
If Mr. Edison is right in his conclusions, says the Witness, we shall
shortly see a revolution in electric
locomotion. Mr. Edison announced
for a second or third time, the other
day, that, with the use <>i cobalt ore,
th   the
storage
battery to hair, and thai Buch reduction will make ii a practicable method
of propulsion, He has now discovered
extensive deposits of cobalt in North
Carolina, and expects to be able to
pul his now battery on the market before long. This would mean much
cheaper automobiles than can be
purchased now, and much greater
economy of working. If the new battery should prove as cheap and economical in working as claimed, many
more people will he able to own or
hire automobiles, and instead of being
as now, chiefly the hobby of the rich,
there will he few so poor as not lo
be aide to afford an occasional automobile ride, if not to possess an automobile of their very own. and in
time, it may be thai the trolley wires'
and poles and rails will go, as well
as the horse, and all the world will
ride i'i railless. as well as horseless,
carriages.
, o  i
Tide Table   Fraser River
FOR WEEK BNDINQ JUNE 34,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Date
I Monday  ...
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Tuesday ...
Wednesday
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TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to >
J. H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver, B. C.
Thursday
Friday ..
Saturday
Sunday
Scandal-hunters, Please Note.
Prince Albert, SaBk., June i">.���The
Prince Albert special dispatch to th"
Winnipeg Telegram concerning the
conviction of II. .1. Moherly. clerk at
the Sandy lake poo!, has caused considerable comment here on account ol
Its false and misleading associations.
The Telegram's correspondent stales
that It was rumored around the
streets that Moberly would "peach"
if his fine was not paid. The Telegram's correspondent, who was in
court during the proceedings, for>pt
to mention that Mr. Adam, of the
firm of McKay & Adam, the leading
Conservative lawyers tn this city, was 'pnura(jay
also present in court and offered to
advance Moberly $100 to pay his fine.
The Liberals wonder why, and also
upon whom the Telegram's correspondent is apprehensive of Moberly'3
"peaching."
High
Water
Time
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|    17,30
.j     8.20
|   is.ir,
Tall
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Low
Water
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CaToo
21..ii
12.80
22.-IU
L8.00
23.36
18.80
0.10
14.00
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14.35
1.45
15.15
Date
Monday   ..
Tuesday ..
Wednesday
SAND HEADS.
High Water
Time JH'ght
Low Water
Time | fight
Friday   .
Saturday
2.09
16.51
2.39
17.33
3.09
18.12
3.40
18.50
4.12
19.27
12.0
11.0
11.9
11.6
11.7
12.1
11.6
12.5
11.4
12.8
9.33
21.22
10.03
22.11
10.32
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3.0
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2.1
9.1
2.0
9.3
11.02 | 1.7
23.42 | 9.5
11.32 I  1.4
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Sunday  | 5.20 | 10.9
! 20.3S I 13.0
0.28
12.07
1.15
12.45
6.6
1.5
9.0
1.8
*M THE DAILY NLWS
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20, 190G.
THE DAILY NEWS
Pal llshed by The Daily News Pub-
Ifblng   Company,   Limited,   at   their
offices   corner   of   Sixth   and   From
Streets, New Westminster, 13. C.
VIEWS OF THE PRESS
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
C.   Brown R.  -*���   Burde
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,   10
cents per line (nonpariel)  12 lines to
tbe  inch.      Five  cents  per  line  for
subsequent insertions.
An Object Lesson, ��� Pres i
Roosevelt is about to nationalize the
remaining coal and oil lands. If
Britain had done this with her ooal j
years ago she would not now be seeking an outlet for surplus population.
There is an application of the policy-
nearer home, and Canada could wisely
follow the President's example.���Toronto Globe.
W. C. T. IL LADIES
lit! DOWN TO WOKK
Convention.      Opened    Yesterday,
Now   in   Full   Swing���Rev.   Pes-
cott's Stirring Address.
Is
Watch Prince Edward Island.���Ths
The W. C. T. D. convention opened
yesterday in the Queen's Avenue
Methodist church, a large number of
delegates from ail parts being present. The afiernoon session began
shortly after 2 o'clock, and opened
with   the   singing   of  a   hymn,   after
than likely that some of    the    other
provinces  of our  Dominion   will    In
No advertisement taken  far    view    to    the    enactment of similar
ies.i than 25 cents. legislation.���Charlottetown    Patriot.
offered  by  Mrs.  McNaghton,  of Victoria.     The  roll  call  of  the   officers
TELEPHONES.
The      Mujik's      Song.���"What      a
Business office   22   'eavenly mornln' Blllsky!      Let',
Editorial   office      17   out an' kill a Jew!" i.s    the    Russian
Manager's residence   277  Cockney's version of the Whitechapel
suggestion,���Winnipeg Tribune.
Ac-
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10   eyes of the civilized world will be up-
ccnts per line. ; on our little Province, and it is morel whjcn a ,)Saim was read and a prayer
For    time   contracts,   special   posi-
LVus, a; plj  to advertising manager.
neSh'C"ief'fWanttf for'^e^t or   ' in" "'" ��b*f le**���� ��      and superintendent, and the report of
found.'rooms to let, etc., one cent per   have set them in prohibition, with the   the exectullve committee on nominations followed.    The Rev. W. H. Bar-
] raclough,   B. A.,   preached   the   usual
] convention sermon, and then the com-
j mittee on credentials presented its report. The delegates' roll call was
afterwards  read,  all  present answer-
I ing to their names. After the president's address, the treasurer's report
was received. The meeting adjourned when the report of the correspond-
: ing secretary had been read.
At  the  evening session,  Rev. J.  S.
i Henderson presented greetings to the
members of the convention from the
Ministerial Association. The unavoi I-
able absence of Mayor Keary was
much   regretted,  as he  was  also  to
i have given an address. Greetings
from the Woman's Council were tendered by Mrs. Levar, while Mrs. Van
Lou welcomed the visitors on behalf
of the local union, and also recited an
original poem, composed especially for
the occasion.    Mrs. Gordon Grant, of
LIME
JUICE
25   Cents  per  bottle
$1.50  per  gallon
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Drug   Store
EYES TESTED FREE
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jJealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. Pottery C o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
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WEDNESDAY.    JUNE 20.  1906.
HARBOR  IMPROVEMENT.
'I'he reporl of the royal commissi6n
ou transportation, presented to parliament the ether day by the Minister of
Public Works, has this paragraph
aboul   New Westminster:
"In view of the large lumber ani j
canning industries at this point, it is
advisable   to   keep   up   a   standard   of
depth sufficient to allow of sea-going
vessels reaching the harbor.   I'he evi-
deuce given is to the effect that the   complaining of the unfairness of   his
Department of Public    Works   states , political opponents   is   warranted   to
that, there is 27 feet in   the   channel,
and  it   is presumed that if that  depth
was maintained it would    be    ample,
but because of the character of    the
Whv I)i 1 They Laugn?���At the risk
ol ��� Ing oi lered to appear at the Bar
ol the House we cannot help express
lng our opinion thai George Bu
Foster is making a holy show of him-
self. He undertook to lecture the
House of Commons yesterday because
there was laughter when the Cinq
Mars farce was enacted the other day.
Why did the members, including, let
it bevsaid, gentlemen sitting behind
the former arch conspirator in the
"nes; of traitors," split their sides
with laughter when the correspondent
of La Presse appeared as a "prisoner"? Surely Mr. Foster is the only Victoria, responded to the welcome
man who needs to seriously ask the jn a few appropriate remarks. The
question.    The    spectacle of    Foster   address of the evening was delivered
by Rev.    w. B. Pescott, of   Wesley
river'there is much work to be done
in   keeping  bars  from   forming in  it.
and in keeping the north arm in reasonable shape for the work to be done
on it. and your commission would recommend that the dredge now at work
on  the river could    do    more    work
with a double shift,    and    that    such
ste,i.-   be  taken  as  may  be  necessary
il :\n a chart of the harbor, and
nel leading thereto, and   thereby
of insurance being obtained at
le rates."
��� nt informtion would lead to the
���   ��� ..  -hat *he    department    In-
���   carry  out this  recom-
:.. and our member    at    Ot-
Il   lolng his duty in the matter
em in mind of their ob-
ligations,    as    was    shown    by    the
. "jesS with   whieh   he procured
the order asked for by telegraph by
the chairman of the pilot board a few-
days ago.   The fact thai he was abb
in a few minutes after receiving   the
'��� legram, to have the order wired to
'  ���   agencj    I the   departmenl    here,
' 3 that, the subject   was a "live"
one over w hicb no time   had   to   bc
I ln i xplanatlons.
move anyone to mirth who has follow
; ed his career, or for that matter, who
has listened to or persued his
speeches during the present session
only. It would be more remarkable if
'he House had not laughed.���Ottawa
Free Press.
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Notice to
the Public
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all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
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church, Vancouver, who gave a stirring temperance talk.    After  the offering had   been  taken,  the meeting!
closed  with  the  singing of  the  dox-                 Sign  Man on Wheel,
ology.                                                           ' Columbia St.             New Westminster.
The programme for today is as foi-'  __
Come in and see our assortment of the famous
School Book Condemned.
At the meeting of the Synod of
Ontario, at Kingston, last week, Bish
op Mills criticized with
vigor the high school geography in
troduced in September. 1904. It pre
sumes, he said, to tell ns that the un
I verse, and this world as a part of it
were not the work of a Supreme Be
lows:
Wednesday  Morning.
9:30���Devotional exercises,  Mrs. T.
F. Watson, Vancouver.
9:45���Convention called to order.
Roll call. Reading of minutes. De-
the utmost i'artmental reports. Press work, Mrs.
Dingwall, Nanaimo. Cnfermented
wine, Mrs. Burkholder. Victoria. Literature, White Ribbon Tidings and Bulletin, Mrs. Pelkey, Vancouver. Evangelistic work, Mrs. T. F. Watson, Van
couver. Missionary work, Mrs. Priest-
in,-, bu: the product, on the contrary. ]y> Xanaimo Mothei,s meetings, Mrs.
of chance    or accident    arising from   g]]env00(]
self-contained conditions
from
already   ex
isting in physical nature;    and    that
Victoria.    Organizer's    report,   Mrs.   Spofford,   Victoria.     Fair
work, Mrs. Dr. Manchester, Port Ham-
man, instead of being created by God   bond     Soldiers and  volunteers,  Mrs.
in   His  own  image,  sprang originally   Lye, Vancouver.    Bible reading, Mrs.
G.  Grant, Victoria.    Noontide  prayer.
Wednesday Afternoon.
2; mi���Devotional  exercises,    Nanaimo.    Convention     called   to     order.
Minutes of morning session.
2:20���Reports of departments resumed. Juvenile work, Mrs. C. L.
Street, Chilliwack". Parlor meetings,
Mrs. Gleason, Victoria. Railroad
employees. Mrs. A. A. Dorrell. Roll
call.
3:00���Flection   of  officers.    Report
of committee on resolutions.    Report
of committee on plan of work.   Scientific temperance instruction in schools,
Vancouver.    Adjourn-
POLITICAL RUMOR.
Victoria Times ^iu's prominence
: i a rumor that the lieutenant-gover-
��� l e. thi   premi t thai
11  '   ano      ���.Time to accepl 'be chief
'���"���io.   ssiont    as one ol his advisers;
and thai thi   faliehl announcement ot
a    judicial    Investigation    into    the
Is   the   resuli   of   ihis
nr iiu.ition.
The D ...    ; now.- nothing of
��� i' further than thai it is as-
:   nci   con   ig from a
non-official but   . ua        well-info ��� |
1' thai the rum ir is not mere
���die go is! i, Tbe Colonist id' yei terday denies ti,.   truth o.   the  n
'he denial in uch extrav i-
:''< ! ! 'ha: one js naturally
1,,(| to think there musi be i ome
'" indatlon tor the report, lr It vvero
llJle gossip merely, with nothing ar
all behind it, why ..hould the Colonist
rave over it like a maniac? That
Pal er h t been filling iis columns
lately with very gross and palpable
falsehoods about "Laurier and loot"
ami so forth.; why ihen should it
speak ;,s if the publication of a ru-
m��r, as a rumor, that ihe Minister
whose position made   bim   primarilj
responsible     for     the     Kaien     island
scandal, had  been  requested  to Btep
from BOme inferior form of animal life
to gradually attain,   by   evolutionary
process, tr, the higher form in which
he appears today.      This    the    high
school  geography  teaches.      At page
12  it   tells us that  life on this earth
harl its lowly beginning   in   humble
seaweed, or in gelatinous    or    limey
matter  that   arose on  the  surface of
the salt water; while at page 427   it
teaches the    false    doctrine    of    tlio
"nebular hypothesis" which had its or-
' igin wdth the German skeptic, Kant,
and   was    afterwards    taught     anew,
with  fresh environments, by the eminent French astronomer   Laplace,   as   jirs.    Macken
an excuse or justification  for his own   nient.
Atheism.     Thai   a   book   of   this   dan- Wednesday   Evening,
gerous character shouhl he used in 8:00���Chair taken by president,
our educational institutions must be Opening exercises. Music. Address,
regarded as a deliberate attempl to Mrs. rj, Spofford, Victoria. Offering
weaken or wholly destroy the Christ-   and    music.     Address,    Miss E.    E.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
Eaton-Hurlbut
Stationery
which arrived a. short time ago.
It is swell.
]. J. MACKAY & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
Fhone   157.
Ian     Th  of students of both  sexes,
 o	
Bad Colonial Policy.
English papi rs to hand contain dispatches   from   Australia,   containing
some vigorous utterances by the late
Premier Seddon,    of    Xew    Zealand,
whose death occurred last week with
such unexpectedness.     Witb Premier
Deakln, of the   Australian   Commonwealth, Mr. Seddon received a deputation on .lime 1 at Melbourne wdth i��.
gard   to  the status  of  the     Xew     lie-
brides    under    Iiriiish    and     French
joinl coin nil.   Mr. Seddon bitterly attacked ihe lute liritish government as
ibe   "stupid  men  in  Downing street"
for their action in ihe Pacific, notably
al   Hawaii, Xew Caledonia, the Tonga
Islands, Fiji, nnd Samoa. "The presenl
"trouble in    ihe new  Hebrides,"    he
said,  "is    due-    to    Ihe    fndit'l'erenee,
siipineness,   and    ignorance   of   the
liritish government."   He complained
that Imperial despatches were marked
confidential,   thus     preventing     the
arousing of Australasian    opinion    i-i
the   interests of  the   Empire.      "This
marking is  frequent,''  said  Mr.  Sol-
thls
Page, Olympla, Wash. Presentation
o; Banner, Mrs. McNaughton, Victoria.
Announcements and  Benedh tion.
Wiiti;] ALCOHOL POISON
IN PICNIC COCKTAILS
School Mistress and Lad of Seventeen
Die   After    Holiday
Outing.
Xew  York, .lime  1'.'. It   is  believed
i bat cocktails containing wood alcohol were responsible for two deaths
which occurred in Brooklyn today. A
pitcher .of lhe concoction was drunk
Sunday evening b\ a party among
whom were Mrs. Jessie Bosquett, a
school teacher, 23 years old, and
Joseph Hirsch, 17. Both Hirsch and
Mrs Bosquett died today. Mrs. Eva
Full wood, also a member of the party,
is seriously ill. The others who drank
of the cocktails suffered severely as
! the  result.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.     j
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 r'lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective Sunday, November io,
1001.
Day Train Arrive j
.. Spokane . . . .7.15 p.m.
... Rossland ... .4.10 p.m,
.. .Nelson .... 6.45 p.m.
H, A. JACKSON.
General Passenger Agent
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures j
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU ,        C.
j Leave
9.20 a.m.
1 12.25 P-m
9.40 a.m.
down and out. was ,1 penitentiary id
fence or thereabouts?     Our contem- tJon' "an'' ' am ,il'1'11 "'' ''���"   To
porary should remember thnt one of Mr' ,)p;ikin said "Hear, hear."
the .Ministers resigned during the ses-i'  "	
sion. presumably because thi or of "So you long for ihe time when ihe
the Kaien island matter, noi  to men- airship will be a commercial reality?"
tion other things, wns too strong for "Sure," answered the   baggageman
bim.   nnd    it    should also remember wiih   some   enthusiasm.   "Think   of
win!  is said of those who protest  i0o droppin' off a  trunk  at  a  way station
--o-
l.lllell.
from a helghl of aboul two miles!
EARTH SHAKES AT WOOLLEY.
lioliingham, June 19,���Dispatches
received here from Sedro-Woolloy,
tell of sharp earthquake shocks I'e't
there last nighl at 11 :80. People
were awakened from their sleep by
the trembling of the earth, but up
damage was done. The supposition is
that the vibrations were due to a land
sli le   in   the   Mount    linker   dlstricl.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Year I
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF  EAME
Till-.    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in thc
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, li
brarv  and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders,  or  any
further information  call  on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
You Buy "B. CJ
or "Old Sport" Cigars
You do the wise tiling. Us tempting
flavor will ..ure:.- will your favor. Man-
in' it lured  by���
WILBERG & WOLZ.
Factory and Office, Urine Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, P. C,
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE A.MJ EiNUlNE
WORK-
SHIP SMITHING-, IMIUUW and
STRUCTURAL IKON     WORK
Ornamental   Iron   worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders aud correspondence invited.
JOHN REID,
BEG31E BTRJJiET.
New Westminster. 'J- "   [7*
<LaEiaciaa>ra
Pacific
RaiSway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through tourist
and first-class sleepers daily.
Atlantic Express leaves at 7:2").
Imperial Limited, leaves at 17:20.
90 DAYS
Excursion rate tickets sold to all
Eastern points on June 23, 25, July
.', 3, Aug. 7, S and 0.
For  full  particulars apply  to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
Royal BarsS^
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Rcuerue f,3.+37,162
Total  Assets $3tJ,3/3,5/ti.,
Branches   and   correspondents   li
all  the  principal  citfs or trie world.
General  banking  business transacted.
SAVINGS   DEPAKI MfcN I.
",  opens an account.   Interest added
taif yearly.
Collections made at. lowest rates.
Dpen    Saturday   ntgrits   from  a  to 0
o'clock
NEW   WESTMINSI LK   BRANCH
F.  B.   Lyle.  Manarjer,
111.1
ESTABLISHED 181'<
Incorporated   by   act   or
CAP!'' v i.   I Ml   i't'l'1  Up) ���
RESERVE   FUND	
paruamen
��� 1 l.UUU.OOH
jio.000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona ano  Vloun
Royal, G.C.M.O,...Hou  Preside
Hon. Sir G. A. Drummonrt, ne ,i;icn
S.  Clouston, Vice  Presldenl   ana
General Manager.
E.
banking   business
trans-
cities
New
Nlld..
General
acted.
llranches in all th" princips
in   Canada,   in    London.   Eng
York,   Chicago,  and   hi.   .mnn
and correspondents tn all pans ot un
world
Savings Bank ^<ept.
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
G. D.  Brymner,  Manager.
lilty Limits i.in^���emi vw.v mini
nours    tnn   m"��� WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20. 1906.
THE DAILN  NEWS
7
5
THE CASH  STORE
Anniversary
iii3ai6iu
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 merchandising has proved what has
often been said "that people wi II buy goods where they can buy them
cheapest." The fact remains th erefore that Smiths sell the goods
cheapest 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
few-
1 cent
Will   buy   a card of si - iki    ini   ��� yes, or
paper ol safet    plni - curlers, or
yard of brush binding I wn   b own   green.
Wil!   buy  two dozen buttons,    white    or
smoked; a pair of curling iron-, a se' of dress
steels; a black comb i bunch of Corticelli
braid  in red, fawn, brown or peacock.
Will buy a dozen .. a, red, or navy Mili
tary Braid,    medium  width, or a dozen pieces of
whtte   tape.
10 cents
Es all we ask  I -
white, with
!" owered   Muslins,
....  Mowers.���10c.
121-2 Cents
Is the price   of  pieces Fancy Dr ss  Muslin-
white with g een ie, navy, red and black
dots and flow.-       also test  English prints;
fast colors.���12%c.
20 cents
For Striped   Cotton Crepes; Striped Muslins with
dots; large   flowered Muslins;   white Swiss with
dots;   also plain tancj     Zephyrs. Good fast
colors.��� 20c.
Ladies' Smart Ready-to-Wear Hats--About a dozen
and a half of them in popular colors; combinations
greens, greys, etc.. whieh sold early in the season
at $2.7e. and   $3 60���all will go al $1.95.
Ladles' Stylish Heady Trimmed Hats in popular
shapes and popular colors; some two and three
tone effects���of Chiffon, Braided Straw or Wire
shapes. These were formerly $3.50 to $5.00; now
tbey are $2.50,
Samples
Sent
nn
Appliidiion
267 Columbia St., New Westminster
Mai!
Orders
Promptly
filled
r<
W ;;3nraaams^OT;ii^^^
News Briefly Told
���l. Honeyman returned    to    Ladner   ing in stables.    The tirsi  party was
��� n'av afternoon, after spending a   found  in a stable on  H.amage street,
Shorl  while in the city.
It.    H.    Braden, of Port Hammond.
' i:i tin city for a shorl while on
business yesterday.
Alex. Hagan was a passenger on the
down river steamer Transfer to
Woodward's Landing yesterday afternoon.
A carload of hay was shipped lo
Ashcrofl yesterday on the Canadian
Pacific railway by the Brackman-K r
Milling company.
The Brackman-Ker milling comi
received threi  ears of feed yesterday,
two from  the North  Wesl    and
from tin- Sound
Tin
W.   A
I '���   1      ��� ���
Mp|m4M0ND3
and number two allowed himself to
be discovered in tho market stables.
Both will bo given a chance to explain
their strange choice of sleeping quarters to the police magistrate ^this
morning.
NEXT OPERA DATE.
Henrietta Crosman who will be seen
at the New Westminster Opera
House on June 30 in her latest New
York hit, "Mary. Mary Quite Contrary," is skilled in all details of
stage craft Apart from her genius
for acting which has elevated her to
one the highesl rank In the theatrical
world, she is a stage director of recog-
Last Chance
to secure one of these Carpet Bargains.   Just a few left.
100 yards beautiful two tone Green Brussels, good value at $1.25,
sold at 60c.
60% same quality, nice design at 60c.
Elegant Red Velvet, regular $1.60 value, 21% yards;  sale price
$1.00, and a few others at these  winning prices.
Now don't delay if you nee-d the Carpet; spare the cash.   It it is
worth an effort on your part.   .
All kinds of furniture at lowest prices.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 t o  241   Front  Streets,   Dupont   Block,
pile driver  Rustler, owned  by   ��ized   ability,   with   a   thorough    and
Gilley, is busy    repairing    the    practical   mastery   of   this   branch   of
INTERCOLONIAL NOW
ROASTS A SURPLUS
Hon.   Mr.   Emmerson's   Genius   Turns
the Old Bugbear Into a Paying
Concern.
Markel wharf. Several new piles her art, Indeed, If she were to give
have been driven and the wharf is up acting to-morrow she could earn a
being overhauled in general. big income as a stage director.    Miss
T.  ii. Moon- ���f Ruskin   who   has   Crosman stages all her own plays and
been spending a few days in the city   s,u' w��u ''"' tlrBl w",ll;,�� '���> !,lis r',,in"
and Vancouver, returned on the Pav-|try  "' attemP1   ,,l;"   work.    Mosi   If   ,., ot- railways, some time ago stated
ourite      ,    to   hit    "'"  a" "f llj" BUCce8B "r :I  l,,a>'- no   thai during ten months of the fiscal
,���,,,���. matter how cleve, It may be, depends   y(>;n. (hi. dflfld1  ha(J )))i(>n (MU (]own
had    hopes
Hon.   Mi.  Kmnierson,federal   minist-
aeied,   and   the   manner   in   which  its
ideas are built upon and carried out,
and here is where the skill of a stage
director counts.   It is here that a play
may he made or marred.     Testimony
to Miss Crosman's success in this line
of endeavor will be forthcoming from i taken by
till persons who have seen the beau- [ business
ties and  perfections
creations.
of    her    stage-
On  account  ol   : he  hea * j    run    ol
earner    favourite-    will
le    i   on upriver run    to    Mission    at
2.30  o'clock   Insti ad   of    2    as    was
formerly announced.
John Silva, a Portugese with an
Anglicized name, wPl be charged in
the police court this morning wdth
being drunk and incapable on the public streets. Silva is a sailor wh?n
sober, but a professor of ancient
languages when in his cups.
Andrew Harris, the telephone linesman, who assaulted Harry Hughes on
Sunday morning, was lined $12.50 and
COf .- in the police conn yesterday.
The accused wns. defended by M. ,1.
Whiteside, while .1. II. Howes appear-
e      ir the prosecutor.
The postpone ga ������ en party under
the auspices oi Ladies' Aid of Wesl
Presbj terian enure! will bi held at
ilie residence ol Mi s. John McKenzie.
s:. Patrick street, on Friday afternoon and evi . Ing, ol   his week  June
Two young men are to appeal   I -
fore  the    magistrate    ihis    morning
charged    with    cycling on  the  sidewalks, in  contravention  of the    city
by-laws. This is the flrsl case of the
kind thai has been broughl forward
for a considerable time.
The halibul fishing steamer Squil
arrived in port yesterday from the
fishing grounds near (loose island,
with fifty thousand halibut in its hold cash and special prises were given. A:
for the Columbia Packing company of lne termination of the sports on the
this city. After the work of iceing-up regular programme, and after having
is completed it will leave again for well satisfied the inner man with the
the fishing grounds. ; good things liberally provided for that
A Frenchman named Durlen was purpose, boating, bathing, bicycling,
brought across from East Haney yes- etc., afforded a round of delight tm-
terday evening in a small row boat by til 8.45, when once again all boarrtexl
Dr. Manchester and transferred to their trustworthy steed "Gladstone"
St. Mary's hospital.    Hurien was suf-   and moved off for home, after having
to $82,000, and that he
that even this would be reduced during the two months that remained.
He is now able to announce that during the mouth of May this deficit was
overcome, and that its place had been
surplus. On the year's
now  has a  considerable
surplus.
The minister  asserts  that   economies had been  effected without stint-
Successful   Annual   Outing. ing the serivce, neglecting the road,
Once again, before the closing of or in any way injuring the public In-
St. Louis College, the pupils and pro- terest. Freight rates have been
fessors of thai well-known institution slightly increased and economies ef-
of learning bad the happiness of hav-> fected by cutting off employees
ing their annual outing at English ! whose services could be dispensed
Bay. At 8.50 o'clock, Monday morn-! with. In the month of May the earning the palatial car "Gladstone"! ings increased by $118,000. These
moved off from the station, well fill-' results were reached notwithstanding
ed wdth happy and joyous youngsters the fact that the increased paj to em-
and no less jolly professors, in antiei-' ployees, necessitated by a general ad-
pation of a joyful time at Vancouver's vance in the pay of railroad men all
famous sea resort. The day was an over tne continent, added $1,000,000 a
ideal one for an excursion���cloudless year to the working expenses. The
sky and a cooling breeze making lt improved condition is no mere tern-
all that could be desired. Having ar- porary spurt, Mr. Emmerson believes
rived at the bay, after having travell- but is based on conditions that he
ed over the beautiful valleys and hills hopes .ire permanent.
between the two cities, the children ���
indulged in a fine programme of
sports specially gotten up for the occasion. For the many races, comprising flai races, potatoe races, 3-legged
races, wheel-barrow races, blind man's
races, obstacle races, and    so   forth.
Lost���Charm off watch chain; solid
gold, marked "Yukon," and set with
diamond. Finder will he rewarded
on returning to Daily News' office.
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest  Stock  in thc  City.
Mounted     In   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler,      -      Columbia St.
BURNABY...
all in grass
12 acres of first class bottom  land, partly cleared and
loam;    all   ditched  and fenced;    has    about    -t    chains
valuable  piece of property.    Call and  se.   US
Boll,   black
frontage.   This   is  a
f��r price and terms.
'���I   acres   overlooking  Deer Lake;  soil, clay
timber on the property.   Plenty of water.   This would make aver,
Irable  site  for summer  residence.    Price $100 per ace.   ic.nis.
Mi     i   *��   i   o r     ReaI Fita"' F!re * Life InZTrance
cLeod, Mark & to.,   r./. 273.   Near Tram oft���
loam;   considerable
fering from strangulated hernia, and
was in a'serious condition, He appeared to be about fifty years of age,
and  Buffered considerable pain.
Lawrence Roberts, a hall'breed, was
sentenced yesterday morning in the
police court to a fine of $50 and costs
for supplying liquor to an Indian
named Jimmy ROSS, who wiis found
drunk in Roberts' company. Ross
was lined $r< and costs for being
drunk and Incapable. Roberts' fine
wns paid yesterday afternoon, and he
stepped out of the lock up after remaining ihere only a few hours.
The Bteamer Beaver arrived from
Chilliwack and way points yesterd i;
afternoon with    Its    usual    load    of
ht, The following passt ngi i i
rived fron the upriver districts; Mrs,
Beamonl and Mrs Medgley, from
Chilliwack; Mrs. Barker an I VI
Ashley from Vasey's Landing; O.
cione from Mlssl m; L, L Cl iln from
���.,,. ni Lehman; Mis. Dunn trom
Whonnock; Mrs. Wnldock from
, ngley; and it. McBrlde and T.
Sprott from Port Haney,
A representative of the Dall;  \'<
had the pleasure of a chal  with the
premier yestot la ���, when   the   honorable gentlem m  was good "hot
congratulate the scribe on the
. Bper you nre  retting out."   Mr. McBrlde is in  presenl a< ting in hi ��� t a
paclty    as   the    representative     of
Dewdney, fulfilling  the duty of consulting'   hrs   constituents   about    the
needs of the dlstricl In the matter of.
public works.      He is delighted with
the progress which   In   Dewdney   as,
elsewhere, is so noticeable these days; '.
but fools the great, demand for roads ;
and  bridges, for drainage works and
oilier  improvements  which  this  prv
gress creates   and   emphasizes.     All
Ihis means a big demand on the treasury  and it is not to be wondered at
thai the premier is somewhat perple.c-
ed by that aspect of the matter.
Officer Johnson last night, in the
space of a couple of hours, found two
liquor-loving individuals calmly snor-
enjoyed a most pleasant day, not soon
to he forgotten.
Wanted���House to rent, six rooms,
furnished or* unfurnished; modern
conveniences.    Apply News' office.
For Sale���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 44 caliber Smith and
Wesson cartridges; fine condition.
Price $10.   Apply Daily News.
A fine of $20 and costs was imposed
on Joseph Charbonneau yesterday by
Ca] I Pittendrigh, SM., in the cruelty
to animals' case which has been pending before the courts for a considerable time.
1
Maple Leaf
Outing
Shoes
There are running shoes,
and running shoes, but
none to equal those with
the Maple Leaf Brand
on the sole. They come
in both Tennis and Oxford styles for Ladies or
Gentlemen,Girls or Boys,
and the soles of all are
made from pure para
gum rubber.
Maple Leaf
Lacrosse, Tennis
or Running Shoes
Look well, fit well, wear
well and are stylish, neat
and durable.
For sale by all good shoe
dealers.    Ask for   hem.
J. LECKIE CO., Ltd.
Selling Agents,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
''J tSfiWa V
AT THE BIG CLOTHING HOUSE
��f
[briggan $1
the Suit
Natural Wool
$1.25
the Garment
WEAR
ICrWear Merino 75c the
Elastic Ribbed
$1.25
the Garment
Garment
Stanfield's Unshrinkable $1.25
the Garment
Sole Agents for
Dr. Deimel's
Linen Mesh
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
CLOTHIER
***mm pi
THE DAILY NEWS',
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1906,
Plumbers and Plumbing Regulation By-law, 190G.
names of the members of the  firm, outside   of   the   building,   nan i   Bait, platforms if connected with the sew-
co-partnership  or  directors    of    the glazed, vitrified pipe may    be   used; ers   must  also   be   properly   trapped,
company and the date the license was each length shall be wetted before be- vente 1 and automatically flush, l with
granted,   and  no   license   so  granted ing laid and the space completely fill- v. ater from a supply tank.
ghall be 1                     except with thr ed with cement mortar, made in the SS.   Tanks shall be placed as near
By-law    I                                               permission of the Plumbing Inspector, proportion   of    two   of   good, clean, the fixtures as practicable, and in no
plum ���                                                     io.   All licensed   master   plumbers sharP s:uld and one of the best Port- case shall a trap be more than  two
appoj                                                    ,1|in >,. hPld responsible for all acts land   cement,   except in wet ground, feet from the fixture.   All traps must
of their em] 1- yees in connection with when a gasket shall be placed around have a cleaning out screw on the un-
their  '                '   :'   which  such   bond the   spigot   and   forced   down   to   the der side.
and license is issued.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Columbia Coast Line
Service.
ors an : - the plum!
'   .::..;-.
When nd i
sary to licena
ic the City of New Westminster, and
to provide for 'he appointment of
plumbing inspector, and to provide
for the effecti. . -ing and drainage of building-;
Therefore the Municipal Council of
the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster enacts as follows:
1.    The Council  may  from  time to
requii  . app ln1
an   Inspector   for   plumbing  and   any
11. Everj s; h I md and license
shall he for the year current at the
time of the granting thereof, and shall
expire on the loth day of January-
next succeeding the date of issue.
U'. Upon satisfactory evidence furnished to the Plumbing Inspector that
any master plumber has been twice
convicted by the Police Magistrate, or
a Justice of the Peace, of any violation of the provisions of this By-law.
or any of    the    By-laws    respecting
bottom of the socket and finished 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
out 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" for other than household purposes.
such  Inspector   shall   be   under    thi
supervision of the Board   of   Health plumbing, drainage, sanitary matters,
and   be  given   enumeration   for  his or water works, his license shall be,
services  as  the  Council  shall  deter- M'so facto. forfeited and returned to
mjne_ the Inspector.
2. A Board of Plumbing Examiners 13- An>' master plumber whose
shall be appointed annually by the bonds and license may become for-
Council. The Board shall be called feited shall not again be entitled to a
together by the Plumbing Inspector, license until the said declaration of
Mho shall be Seer.- rj of the Board., forfeiture shall be revoked by the
at such times  t the Council may find Plumbing Inspector and if such mast-
_a.-v er  plumber Is carrying on  his  buBl-
3. in ca ��� '. dispute arises under n��ss in co-operation, or as a member
this By-law as to whether any person* 0* a company, the co-partnership or
or persons employed by any licensed company shall not carry on the business of plumbing from the date    of
junctions.
25. Any soil pipe passing through
a. building, or beneath the floor of a
cellar or basement, shall be of cast-
iron or brass as in section 23, and
shall extend to at least five feet outside the building, and no wall shall
be built leaning solidly upon
same.
26. livery vertical soil pipe shall
be cast-iron or brass, and shall extend
a sufficient height above the highest
window, roof, or coping, or light
shaft, to the satisfaction of the
Plumbing Inspector.
27. No rain water down pipe, or
chimney flue shall be used as a ventilator for any sewer trap, soil or
waste pipe, or as a soil or waste pipe.
40. The waste pipes from no other
fixtures shall be connected with a
water closet trap.
41. All traps shall be protected
from syphonage by a ventilating pipe
leading from the highest and outer
portion  of the  trap,  either  separate
the 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
the inspector it is impracticable to
provide otherwise.
42. For traps in water closets the
branch vetnilating pipe shall not be
less than two inches in diameter, and
not less than three inches for a building of three stories or more in height.
YVhere a bath or basin, or both, are
in the same room with a water closet,
��� r plumber is a regularly educated practical and experienced plun
as in this By-law is provided, the
Plumbing Inspector may notify the
said workman to appear and be examined before such Board of Examiners, whose decision as to the competency of such workman shall
final and conclusive.
such cancellation.
28.   Each building in which a water   the ventg for the game may join thc
closel is placed shall be provided with  c]oset vent above the fixture    In no
a main ventilating pipe of cast iron or   case  snail    more than three    water
14.   Before proceeding to construct   wrought iron pipe, galvanized, of not   c]osets  communicate  with  the   same
le-construct.    alter    or    change  any   less diameter than four inches, which   ventilr-.ting pipe unless it is over two
; ortion of the plumbing, drainage or   shall  be  carried  at least    two    feet ' ju^gg jn diameter
ventilation    of    any    building,    the   above the highest window, opening or ���     43     Overflow pipes must discharge
owner, his    agent,    or    the    master   light shaft. int0 the open air and may have a flap
be   plumber constructing the same shall       29.   Soil or main ventilating pipes   0n the end to keep out draught.
Ble in the office of 'he Plumbing In-   [n au extension must   be   carried   to j     44,   Every safe under awash basin,
PEN IT bN 11 AMY   sUrrLitb.
Sealed   Tende..-.>��� 1   to   "In
spectors of Peiiitentarii-s, Ottawa."
and endorsed "Tenders for Supplies,"
.vii! be received until Monday, 25th
June, inclusive, from parties desirous
of con;ratling for supplies, for the
. year 1906-1907, for the following
institutions, namely: ���
Kingston   Penitentiary.
St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary.
Dorchester Penitentiary.
Manitoba Penitentiary.
British Columbia Penitentiary.
Alberta  Penitentiary.
Separate tenders will bc received
for each of the following classes of
Bupplies: ���
1. Milk,  pure  fresh.
2. Beef  and  mutton   (fresh).
3. Forage.
4. Coal (anthracite and bituminous).
0. Cordwood.
fl. Groceries, Pork, Bacon.
7. Coal Oil (in barrels).
5. Dry Goods.
9. Drugs and Medicines.
10. Leather and Findings.
11. Hardware, Tinware, Paints, Oils
&c.
12. Fish,  fresh.
4.   Certificates of competency may   spector  an  application  for  a permit   and above the roof of the main build- | bath
be granted by the Board of Examin
urinal,   water-closet  or
ers  to any plumber  producing  proof
0 them that the applicant has undergone satisfactory training and due examination, and in ab-
pther
therefor, and such application shall ing, when otherwise they would open urinal, wafer-closet or other other
be accompanied with a specification within 40 feet of any openings of the fixtures, shall be drained by a special
or abstract thereof, in a blank form   main 0r adjoining house. pipe unconnected wdth a sewer, waste
pi escribed and supplied for that purpose by the Plumbing Inspector, stat-
sence of such proof to any applicant ing the nature of work to be done,
���nho shall after an examination before and giving the size, kinds and weights
the said Board be considered by them   of all   pipes,  traps  and   fittings,    to-
30.   Xo soil pipe shall be less than ' 0r soil pipe, discharging into the open
four inches in diameter.      A    waste   air.
pipe receiving the discharge of five 45 \;0 drain pipes from refrigera-
01 more sinks shall not be less than ; tors shall be directly connected wdth
three inches in diameter    and    shall 1 any soiV pipe, waste or sewer.
to be competent, and such certificate gether wdth a description of all clos- have two-inch branches. 40.   'Water-closets    shall    not      be
shall be recorded in the office of the ets and other fixtures, and a plan with       21.   When lead pipe is used to con- placed   in   an   unventilated   room   or
Ing    Inspector, the  person   re- a description of the locality sufficient cect fixtures with    vertical    soil    or compartment.    In every    case    there
mg thi                   ing a fee of $1.00 for identification, and    showing    the w'aste pipe, or to connect traps wdth shall be an opening to the outer air.
��� for, and such plumber shall be a. drainage    system    complete.'     Plans majn ventilators, it shall not be light- All    water-closets shall  be    supplied
.    -ered plumber of th" city. must  be  legibly  drawn  in  ink  on   a er than: with   water   from   special   tanks,  and
TIME TABLE
(Subject to Chang'- wirnoui
ALASKA  ROUTE.
S.   S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver Jul
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves  Vancouver  daily  a'
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTM
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster al
on Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily excep
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m
urday at 2:30 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. in. on 1st,
7th, 19th and 20th of each month for
Ashousit and way points; leavi-. V. ���
toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatslno and
way points. Leaves Victoria en 20th
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatslno.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
r;<'t!ce.)
.
1  I'- m.l
INSTERl
Sat*
Sat-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Leaves  New   Westminster        Mon-
Details "of information as to form of I day,  Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thu        j
contract, together with forms of tend-  and  Friday  at  3  p.  m. and  .-
er. will be furnished on application to' at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mon-I
the Wardens of  the   various    institu- flay at 5 a. m.
tions. Leaves Steveston Monday, Tui   I  . j
All   supplies  are subject to the  ap-  Wednesday, Thursday aud S. -j
proval of the Warden. 7 a. m.; Friday at 6 a. m. add |
All  tenders submitted must specif/  trip Saturday 5 p. m.
Provided that the Chairman of thc scale of 1-8 in. to the foot;  provided.
Board may grant, on being satisfied however, that this clause shall not ap-
with the competency of any journey- ply to small repairs which do not al-
rnan plumber applying for the same, ter the plan of the plumbing,
a temporary permit to such plumber 1T>.   A  permit shall  be granted or
H4 inches in diameter, 534  pounds the   water   from   these   shall   not  be
per yard. used for any other purposes. No water-
1%   inches   in   diameter,   7   pounds closets shall be directly supplied from
per yard. the  water    mains or service    pipes.
2 inches in diameter, S pounds per Water closet cisterns shall be fitted
for a period not exceeding thirty days,   refused   within  seven  days  from  the   yard. with ball taps, etc., to prevent waste,
which permit shall confer   on    such   time of filing of the application,   and      2% inches in diameter, 10y2 pounds       47.   where the trap of a closet is
plumber the same privilege for that   the permit of the Plumbing Inspector   per yard. : above the floor   the connection with
clearly the institution, or institutions,
which it is proposed to supply, an I
must bear the endorsation of at leas,
two responsible sureties.
Papers inserting this notice without
authority from the King's Printer will
not bo paid therefor.
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
GEO. W. DAWSON,
Inspectors of Penitentiaries.
Department  of  Justice,
Ottawa. May 25, 1906.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Colum-
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New  Westminster, S a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tu<   I   .
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling  atl
landings   between   New   Westminster]
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN   B. C.  ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at 2  p. m., 2nd I
and   ICth   of  each   month,   calling
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coolal
on second  trip. Time on arrivi      I
departure  are  approximate.
For   reservations   and   information |
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
; eriod   only   as  if  he  held  a  certifi- (if granted)   shall  be  valid    for    six
1 ite from the Board of Examiners. months from the date of issue.
~i.   Under   and   immediately   after ]fl.   If the Plumbing Inspector shall
passage of this By-law,    and    in find that the said plans and specifi-
y ensuing year on or before the cations do not conform wdth the rules
3 inches in  diameter, 13%   pounds , the soil pipe shall be made wdth brass
tier yard. I and rubber approved  floor flanges.
4 inches in  diameter,    24    pounds j     4s.   Overflow    or discharge    pipes
per yard. from tanks  for drinking water shall
Trap vent pipes shall be of brass,   never be directly connected wdth any
day of July, any persons desir-   and requirements laid   down   in   re-   load, east or galvanized wrought iron. [ soil, vent, waste pipe or sewer.
ing to carry on business or trade as spect to plumbing and drainage in the All traps and fitdngs shall  be equal
a master plumber within the City of By-laws of the City of New Westmin- j��� quality and thickness to the pipes
New   Westminster  shall  take out    a ster,  he  shall  not   issue  any   permit to which they are attached,
license, which license shall be posted for the plumbing and drainage, and it 32.   All cast-iron pipes must be of
up in the office or shop of the master shall be unlawful to   proceed   there- the best clean grey metal, free from
plumber at all   times,   for  whicli  he with. sand     cracks,     honeycomb,     porous
shall  pay at the time of the issuing 17.   After   a   plan   or   specification places, air holes, or other defects, and
���  ���   ���             im  of $20.00.    Except  as has once been approved no alteration . 0f the    grade known as    "Standard"
reinafter provided, any person may or deviation  from the same  will  be which mav be used below all fixtures,
49. No closet or any other convenience which allows the escape into the
house of air or gas which has en
confined in any part of it, or from
the drain or soil pipe, or which allows
the accumulation of filth in or about
it,  shall  be  fitted  up or  used.
50. All water pipes must be protected from injury or settling.
out a license under the provis-   allowed, except wdth the written con-   and for ventilating pipes the    grade;     51.   The plumbing inspector    shall
ions of this By-law on behalf of    a   sent of the Plumbing Inspector.
 j known as  "Standard" of the    heavy j have  the  power  to  enter  upon  any
partnership,    firm    or    company    of      IS.   From and after the passing of   quality.      In    buildings    over    three j premises and examine the plumbing,
which he may be a member. this By-law every owner, or agent of   stories    in  height    the lower    three   ventilation and drains, and should the
6.    No person shall receive such   a   an owner, of any  building, doing or   stories must be fitted with the grade j same, in his opinion, he in an unsanl-
Standards    2,
diameter.
Below  fixtures;  3,
20 pounds per foot.
Above fixtures  3,
license unless he has a place of busi- causing to be done, any plumbing in   known a.s "medium.
ness within the City of   Xew   West- such  building shall, on the same be-   will be accepted:
minster, and furnishes a bond binding ing passed by the Plumbing Inspector       Standards    2, 3, 4,
hmself to the amount of $500.00 with be  granted  a  certificate    that    such
least  two sureties in the sum    of plumbing has been done    in    accord-
111 each to the satisfaction of the ance  with the  City  By-laws, and on
Pinanci   Committee, or a bond to the being requested to do so shall deliv-
���   amount  from a guarantee com- er such certificate    to    any    person   per foot.
���  he will employ only regis- proposing to purchase or occupy such      Medium 5%, 9%
tered plumbers   who   have   received building. per foot.
i hold a certificate of competency
I   'ii.   IP.ard  of  Examiners to  do
all such plumbing work as he may en- concealed in any way until    it
���  to do, and whether be Ls a prac- been examined and approved of by the  tings to be coated InBid
The  following
tary condition, may notify the owner.
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.
52. The plumbing inspector is also
20 pounds   authorized   to   receive   and   place   on
6 inches    in
8V4. If
4%, f, 1', pounds
13, 11
^^^^^^^^^ E. J. COYLE,
bla, 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 IS years of age, to General Superintendent, VIctc
the extent of one-quarter section of
1G0 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
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If thc father (or mother, if the
W. H. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept..
New Westminster.
Trains & Steamers
B I file drawings and descriptions of the
19.   No  part  of  any  plumbing    or      All fittings used in connection with   plumbing  and   drainage  of  buildings
drainage  work  shall  be  covered    or   such pipes shall correspond in weight ' executed  in   the  City  of  New West-
has   and  quality.    All  such pipes and  fit- < minster, prior to the passage of this
and out with   by-law, and examine and give a cer-
C. P. R. MAIN LINK.
Leave  New  Westminster 7.25 daily,
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive  New Westminster  10.30 daily.
Arrive  New  Westminster  19.10 daily.
M      C P. R. MISSION' BRANCH,
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. N. W. 7.25, 9.35, 17.20, 19.25.
by such person residing with thc 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   Ly_ New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
residence   upon   farming  land   owned j     GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
by him  in   the  vicinity  of his  home-1 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.; ar. N. \V. 3 p.m.
the said land. kv. Seattle, 4.34 p. m., 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! 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.
W W  CORY G- N- R-���PORT GUICHON.
Deputy Minister of ihe'interior:    L *";  N-  W-  9"20  a'm-   ����� Guich0D
N.  B.-Unauthor.zed  publication  of Wg,^  2.40 ar.  N. Wl
this  advertisement   will  not  be   paid   935 p_mi
for. Mondays only.
imber himself or not, will not Plumbing Inspector, to whom notice tar and asphaltum.                               tificate, if in accordance with the pro-
H or allow any such work to be must  be Benl  when the work is suffi- 33,   Before    being    accepted,      all   visions of this  by-law,  upon   request
in connection with tbe business clently advanced to be inspected, un- plumbing  work    shall  be  tested    by   bj   owners  of  said  buildings.
ich   registered   plumbers, less in the case of drainage below the water or other test approved by and ���     53.   Any   person   guilty   of   an   In-
thai  he  will  nol   violate any of Burface of the ground, which the In- made iu the presence of the plumbing   fraction of any the provisions of this
the  terms  and   conditions,  rules  and Bpectoi   bus  tailed   to  inspect  within inspector. All defective material shall   by-law shall  be liable, on conviction.
regulations  contained  in this By-law, the five working hours next ensuing be   removed   and   replaced,   and   bad   to be fined in any sum not xeceeding
in any other By-law   which   shall after being notified, then the ground workmanship  made good,  at   the ex- ' $100, inclusive of costs, and in case
may be filled ln, in ease of an emer-   pense of  the  master  plumber  doing
g( ney affecting the public safety. the work.
of non-payment of the fine and costs
the same may  be levied hy distress
come   Into   force  from  time  to  time
I  the  City  of  New   Westminster  re-
iting plumbing, drainage, sanitary     20.   All materials must he of good      34,   All joints    in iron    or    brass I and sale of goods and chattels of the
liters and  water works within  the   quality and free from defects and the   sewer pipe, soil  pipe, waste pipe and   offender, and in case of non-payment
work must he executed in 11 thorough   ventilators shall be made with a gas- ; of the fine,  and there being no dis-
said City, J
7.    Everj   person desiring such    li- and workmanlike manner.
cense Bhall file with the Inspector of 21,   The arrangement of   soil   and
I'  -ni,ing.   a   petition   in   writing  giv- waste pipe must  be as direct  as pos-
name of applicant, and in the case sible.
of a partnership, the name   of   each
member thereof, together whh the
place of business, and asking to become a licensed master plumber, and
snid petition shall be accompanied by
the bond and fee hereinbefore mentioned,
ket of oakum, and lead, hand caulked,
and be perfectly gas tight.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1   35.   All   connections of  lead     wdth
 H iron or brass pipe shall he made with
22. The soil, waste and ventilating B oraB8 ferrule of the same diameter
pipes and traps must, where practic-j of the lead pipe, put in a hub of the
able, he exposed to view for ready in- iron pipe and caulked with lead. The
specfion at all times and for con- ferrule shall he connected wdth the
venlence in repairing.     When neceB-   lend  pipe  with  a wiped  joint.    Vent
tress found out of which the same
can be levied, such offender shall be
liable to be imprisoned for any period
not exceeding two months.
53A. This by-law shall come into
force from and after such date as
may be named by the council by resolution.
54.   This    by-law may be   cited as
sarlly  placed  within  partitions or in   rind flush pipes of water closets shall   the  "Plumbers   and   Plumbing  Regu
recesses of walls, soil, waste and ven-
8, Any change in firm or location tilating pipes must be covered wdth
of the business shall be promptly re- woodwork so fastened ns to be read-
ported to the Plumbing Inspector,'and  llj removed.   In no case shall they be
the license shall be kept in a con
spicuous place at the location of thi
business.
9.   When any member of a partner
ship or compnny  is licensed  Individ
lie connected with brass couplings,
36, All connections of lead, waste
and vent pipes shall be made wdth
wiped joint.
37. All water closets, urinals, sinks,
bnslns, wash-trays, baths, nnd till tubs
"r  sets  of  tubs,   adn  hydrant,  waste
s.i placed ns t<> he absolutely Inaccessible unless under written permission
from the Plumbing Inspector.
23.   When  the  ground  is made or pjpes shall be separated and effective-
iinsound the house sewer shall be of |v  trapped,  except, when  a sink  nnd
ually for the partnership or company,   medium or standard cast-iron or brass washtuba    immediately    adjoin    each
Hie license may lie issued in the name   pipe,  with    joints    properly    caulked other,  in   which  case the  waste  pipe
of   the   firm,   co-partnership   or   com-   with lend. r,f,m the tubs may be connected with
pany, the said license selling out the      21.    In Bound ground, providing it is t)1P ]n]Pt side of the sink traps. Urinal
latlon By-law, 1906."
Done   and   passed   in   open   council
the  4th  day  of  .lime,  UlOfi.
M..  S.)       \V.   A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
w. II. KEARY,
Mayer.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Cllard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Daily I NEW ||    Dally
Leave| WESTMINSTER! Arrive
9:20am|Blaine, Belling-|3:00 pm
4:35 pmjham      Burling-|9:55pm
[ton,   Mt.   Ver-|
|non,     Everett,
Seattle and
I Portland.
4:35 pmlSpokane,       St.|3:00 pm
|Paul    and    all
points East.
9.20 am|Anacortes, J3:00 pm
IWoolley,     and
      |Rockport.
3:00pm!Vancouver |9:20 am
9:55 pm| 14:35 pm
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all  points East.
For complete Information,
rates, 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.
t	
I
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
L\. Vancouver for Westminster a'
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. S a.m,
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 .i.ni.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. S a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sim.,
3 p1. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm. 8.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside.. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.m.
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45a.m. 3.30p.m.
Van. & Cent. Park...l0.30 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.
Tlmberland, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m.   12.00 m.
Ulty  Limits  uino��� ntti tu:�� iiuin
nonrR    tne   m����ii*> .��  20.  1906
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4) J OF   1 llTH I:OR J J
MLMMI) BUILDINU
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
Hill's  New  Road from Coart to Winnipeg  93  Miles   t - ��� . ���
C. P.  R.
Will. HUIR FACTORi
IN THIS PRGYiNCE
Ammen-o      ->   New    Wgh   ;',.������  r     Explosive, to Be Made in British
Columbia.
MOREV5
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24   ��4S Gran
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Bu sine 5.5 e.eeee
336 Hasting Streel W., Vancouver
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HnWAV REID  &  BOWES.  Barris-
0**1' a     -v..   42   lx>rne
.Jt site   Court   Hous--,   Nevr
�� J. H. Bowes. P. O. Bo,
!tl.
G.. R      .   MARTIN. Barrister ar..'
'"";' Oeicaon  : I
oxle streets, New West-
minster, ������'���  L'-	
SECRET   SOCIETIES
Comr; -eee Shorl
���      "*���' '  In?      ���
THE BES^ : ES]
Engineering
Mi rine and Sti rnrses.
teachers   (eighl
salaries
-;  of
EL J.
H. A, SCRIVE1 Principal
REFORM RESTAURS
Carnanon SL, Wittl 10th and Mm.
We guarafttet their beautifully and to
be the equal of the bi ��� ������ teeth yon ever saw
costing tw .. as r h. Our mechanical experts
are men of long experience (we employ no others)
and their work Is the best known to the Dental
Profession.
|;N|0N LODGE. NO. 9. A, F. A A. M.
UN'on meeting     if    this
. ���  ������ First  Wednes lay la
���� -   - o'cloci  p. m
the
Tt . cordially Invited to at
gj W. a.  DeWolf  Smith.
Bi
KING SOLOMON  LODGE. NO. 17. A.
y  t   \   \i ���Regular  communication, of'this lodge are held on the
',. |  r  in each month in
S onlc Temple, at 8 p. m. Mm-
;nR brethren are cordially invited
uTattend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
ROYAL CITY   PRECEPTORY, No.459
r B K "f L n"'"'* Becond a!1''
forth Friday of each month, at 8
mi( in (irange hall, corner of
Roy-d avenue and John Btreet So
jouming Sir Knights cordially invite,! to vend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
p-   E   E. Matthias:, Reg.
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From 15c. up.
GIN E US A  , RIAL.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
���Meets in Orange hall flrsl and
third Friday in each month at S p,
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invite I to attend. E. E Matthl u
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec
,0.0. F.���AMITY  LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of tl      lodge
are h-     In Oddfellov i' ha     ���
bla        ���. every  Mon I      evenln
at i       ck,   Visiting br
dial'r. ���    I to attend.    S. J.  Mi
N, G    v.. c. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A.o. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE  No.   '.
_V he first and third T ie
jay i     month.       Vi II
bretl ��� 'i cor llally invited to attend
Lo,., .   \. O.  D. W. hall, Odd
fell-        lock, Cl irk on  str< et,  (
3. Corrlg in,  recorder;   Louis Witt,
r.. - ii '..n-.an.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones, |
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices,
Nev-   Westminster,  B.  C.
STOP
and look at the fresh
stock of homemade candies fresh daily. Fruit
of all kind, IceCreametc.
Fresh Strawberries and
Pine Apple	
R. C. PURDY,
Other1 prices worth coming miles to profit by
Gold Crowns .
Bridge Work
Set of Tfeeth
/   prr   1
'(oof*1
$5.00
$5.00
ConaullrOon and Examination Free of Charge.
AllOur Work Guaranteed for 10 Years With  a
P.olr. live   ( .u:\it\lt\f-
i Dentists, lJI
Hou s 9 a. m. io 8 p. m.    Remember the Place
407   11 askings   St.  VV..   Vancouver
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FOSE OT COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
r.,; - meets B -ond and
Pout sday of each month.
In K. ( '  P,  Hall, Colum' i     31
8 p. ii:.. White u    �� D igree, Fonrth
Wedi In    ���������"'.. month, same
time Visit
cord :   ������--'.       E.  B.   SO
cor.. , H. Disn<     B     etary.
T>-;,r
:
Shingle and Saw Mill
achinery
COURT BRUNETTE. No. ^099. I.O.F.
-:.:              Fonrth i
o'clock,   ���   ' small
hall iting
Invited to at-
loshti a, C. R-; F. P.
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COl'RTROYALCOLUMBIA.No.-"
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t i on the   Second
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S. G. TIDY,
 rLORIST
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��� v I -1 or address ith A
and Kith 3tre
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
k .-rated Waters,
ly Trnde a Spncialty.
ffl.  113. Office.  Eighth  3treet,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Stll! Doing Business it tne uin Stand,
W. McRAE,
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
ftew Westminster, B. C
Berinr.ina;
February 15, '06
WN!     "   XOTLAND  BENEFIT AS-
��"-"-     r   ;,M. LORD OF THE ISLES
CAM -���  191 ���Meats on the <���" ';i  <���'������'���
.- every month  in
.lohn    m
...      ..    ���,,.. Sea
Boa-;  jp TRADC���    iw   Westmln-
��� I,;.- Meets in lh,>
tS   IV.IIOW:-!'
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nestings an  Uttr   '��� '
Of       iP.d.r'i.-i ;���'���'.
onl   Voveinber.  nl   8   p
of     [February,
na ���   be   proposed    i-1
elei       :    , ,   monthly or ojiarterl
'.    \. :<'.. White; Sen;
Merchant Tauor
Columbia Street.
Pull lino of Btaglish, aootcJi ana lrtsfl
v ���,, hu.   TOrsteds always in  (to�� '���
goring stook now m.    Biwte ��w
eli'dlon.
Tourislj
Sleepers;
-   -   -   Every Day in the Ye^ir    '
Between Seattle and Chi
Great Northern Railway
'The Comforftihle Way"  Route of the Frni-otr* Oriental I.imited
FbrT detailed information, t'ates  etifl .  sat) oh Of address
F  C. GRIFFIN, N*w Westminster, B. C.
?. CRAKE,    BBEOH'S DftV
Wes^nriyimister
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St,
58 delivered    promptly to any
,. dl
Light and Heavy Hauling
Q':w':   'hone ..::..      ttftrfl  i-nono   :���"
Watchmaker and
Manufacturing Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business n England with 10 year:-. e\-.
perienofl. Qatar was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Go.-, Montreal.
Hcnr" Mirk' . lusiness manager part of
the time.
thgllsh,      IwiSSj   American   and   ail
lomplicated  rntohes cleaned, repaired;
nade Iflce new and adjnsted.
Charges Reasonable.
"  .. loots from Geo. Adams Grocery
 NU
Pool "( 1th Ave.   Cor. I0tfi  Sti��ei
Now Wiisliiiinstiir, B. C.
.... CALL ON ....
[\A.Muir&Co.
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no to
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north to N'i ������  u     ti to   ���
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and  Mid"."     '���    ���  iner's
:".    ��� . Idaho, n'i ������: . n.	
I   ' north tt . .        ; out on
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31   John,
i\.  to  Br ������ Via        '   miles:
���      X.   1)..   '.i   p,
Pi iii h   v tiln      md from w-ii-
T        -��� It m        \1.,��� 0|)
'l hi   Urandon exti nsloi) i ��� be
ing   bulll   under  H harti -   oi   thi
" Ibii    ;-' i il ati hi ������ an   & ftiidsdh'i
B 13   r<:iii.. a;   e.-MM���    .,..!  ,i,��� por.
' ige ia Prairie nnd Morden "���-'' n i
nre lielnir Bulll   bj   thi    (,;" |  ftaii
waj   ol  Manitoba.;  ������>''������'' als.o has a
charter    for a  ilBfe '",111    Winnipeg
u'"""' td the liltBttlatlbnal !'  Em
ersttn     i he llhB frbhi  Bolssi ��� aln to
"' lon la being bliltl undei the name
"' I he Bi Ibh & Saskatcl  Rail
^"f'     fhe 300 "ii'. tlon
from I I lale dr v--    h, p..
td   V' '   ������    ���"������     be I  led   as  thi
te ctltlh o*  Mr. Hill's Winnipeg Vahcourei   pi ������>      The  eai I ���������
 ; In be frtitti \\'i"";-  to F"t
til Ill      tiles,     td  ������"������'
plete the tnburitaln liriic tlie two 	
���' '���"   to  Neisoii  and  Knsd k
���  be ���- ecte I  he north by tin
��� ""- '��� ticti I fodi'��� ;l      I
1 he ��� ill  ���'  ��� fi om    Van-
      ;"   Ml ' ���        and  t'fttttd   Fork'-
tci   Marcus,   Wnsh.,   thfettce   Stirth   ' 1
-1   I I    ���      to     K'i'-'kotiook:
'������-������' ������ - tnfth tb Ron'ri--' ,; il I Ida-
ho: thehce bvet the -niiiri line of the
foi bera to Seifbfa1, Mont.,
and thgnce north to Fernie .'ind on to
Winnipeg The distance by the rout���������
 ed  will  be  1,575  miles, against
i,4Bi  miles hv  rhe  preserr  line nf the
Canadian   Pacific   ?rom   Winnipeg   to,
Vanoo nver.
The Railwnv Ag* has marie ne
- ��� ��� tS io irrade^. fcntves,
and distances on the proposed line,
and will review the whole project in
Its nex-r Issue. According ro these
estimates rhe road from Fernie ro
Winnipeg    ca--       -    - ii1"   on     6   foiv-
tenths   i'" cent.    I with cur-
s degrees    Cm
-������'ion  will  nor  he difficult, and  II
��� ������  he road can be built
-   - ��� f20,00 tb ?-i--..e ��� ���
���   the   cost,   inol ��� I   ig
aiinals,   will   not   ^xi-oi^]   $30',000  per
mile.     The     road     now   being    builf
��� nigh    the    nionmains    constiinte-
irl of the ti'attsebnt mental  routi    md    " '
I rneuli    ite ������   oWaTd   a
��� -a rii line will have been taken.
1' - ��� ������ nain line frOm Winnipeg will
liass   fhWlUgh   Port'ore   la   Prair'	
6i*ahdon Is certain; bul  west of the
lattei*    M : ���       he     iropbsed route   Is
IOV i   i"'      0   VlT    Bill  and  his UeU
tennhtS.      Sxtehslve    terminals    have
-     ���   nl   ���'"������ 6d al   Winnipeg at  a cos'
��� ������ 000 000 irid efniitiala httVe also
been acquired i\ ^brtagS Ib Prairie
md EiVahdbh; work on these bfanch��i
Is   ��rell   "'   " 1    ""I   'h��.v  irl'i  |M>
ehhtpietea by  '' triy fell!   Parties
are now In the Held west of Winnipeg
md  Mr.  Hill  assorts, according to the
Hallway \"'\ thai the line from thai
oily to Valicbuver  will  ho  ready  for
.������ev, ition      a\    lhe     lime     Ilie     Grand
Trunk Pacific is completed to Winnipeg.
Miss   Peachley���Mr.     Spoonnmore,
what    1
  [eterinined
. . . .        ....
y ������ ���    ��� So   an-
"  ��� epresen-
��f Ammonal
������        md,    Who is -n Canada
ftft ���   1 Is coni
Ammonal  I ehtibm in
  and  is  used
nd for stti
���mg shells for
���	
1'iYini  ������! 6 :ti"   ah	
���    Ight  in
���    '���           een'. than  -1
���      	
	
��� ������     -        ������ ���  a	
' old      It cai	
 letonal n
���     ���  ��� ���    ; mil '.
M hi	
ind in fa ������      1   in
  ....
conditions, and -    ; ;" li U
I mlder and go our ol 11    11   ' :
allj there nre no obj ti n bl fumes
1 f| tftei the eitplo : -
lt is the intention of Mr. Wlnl
itabltsh at leas'- three factories
for the mariufactilre of this explosive
in Canada One df these will bo In
the Maritime provinces, one ln Manitoba and tiie' third lb British Cdltim-
���i-i thi '���'-���������' Is net an expensive
one, mir are the Materials difficult
lo ohtaiti di cbsiiy; It is all in tile
skill of the chemist iu charge of the
plant. In GrfeElt Btltaib this explosive
has all bi ���'��� ol ������''���   I ������ itrobg fbdthblii
In the cblll rl      tb [uatrl   j  rl "
and gbvernmehl bbtttracts; having overcome the prejudices of v ll '
;-' rests and custdth. In composition
il   ; ���   tt   tntxlitre   df   tilt into     nf     am-
 lum, aluminum and chnrrnnl. with
I th ��� ���: id ' ingredients in some of
''��� beclai mixtures. For use In coal
mines which are liable to explosions
from   the   ' " ���    1 ���  ���   ,-,r  gases,
this new 1 ' has passed fbe high-
fesl   'est- at  Waci-.vich arser,  j
In speaking of the merits of ammonal. Mr. Winter mentioned the foi
lowing points of superiority over dynamite, gun co'tnn anrl the picric
compounds. There is no freezing,
thawing or exudrcion in hot weather
There is no danger or risk to workmen in the manufacture, storage,
transportation or use. There are nc
fumes tO delay opornrions in deep or
poorly  ventilated mines and little or
no flame to cause explosion of gases
in mines or to ignite timber, ft can-
������-��� evplodei by friction or con-
���n, and finally on the continent
of Europe ir is carried on regular
trains as ordin.trv mbrchandis \
at. the same rate. This means a
great saving in cost.
t    ���   following  were   some    of    the
S of Ammonal  made at  the  factory:
Three    pounds    ammonal.    Nd.
cartridges, were tied in a bundle and
eight   trucks   run   over.     Result,   the
explosive simply burned    away    without any letohatidb or explosion.
Five pounds was   laid    on    railway
line and a locomotive    and    train    of
elghl   trucks ru    nover.    Result,
cartridges were-    simply    crushed    up
with no explosion or fire.
One pound cartridges were place)
on a rock- and struck vigorously with
a sledge hammer. Result, the cartridge ��� were ill pounded up hut there
was no explosion.
Three pounds of ammonal were tie 1
in a bundle md three revolver
fired   through   the   package   at    close
range      Result, the   bullets   pa
rlghl   through  with  no explosion.
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Praises the Doukhobors.
Malcolm  McMillan, of    the    McDon-
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
All kinds of Ship  repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty
intimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence: I	
124 Sph St., New Westminster CC'lNew Westminster,
Ellard Block,
have I ever given you good reason
to think I preferred you to other
young men and wanted to marry you?
Mr. Spoonamore���No, to tell the
truth, you never have. I learn from
the other fellows that you kiss them
good-night when they go away, the
same as you do me.
"Why did you tell that poet to hitch
his waggon to a star?"
"That," answered the editor, gloomily, "was my  polite way of saying I
B. C. 1 wished he'd get off the earth."
aid-McMillan Co., G.T.P.   contrac
says a Winnipeg paper, returned
weel; from an inspection of the work
along  the  line  as  far  as  the  LUrdtaii
river.      In ibis vicinity   the   Doukhobors bave several    grading   contracts
and   Mr.   McMillan   speaks     in     th.)
highest  terms of  their   work.      The
Doukhobors, he maintains,   have   put
up some of the finest pieces of grading that have been done on the whole
line. They are great hustlers and aro
not at all affected    by    "pilgrimage
propensities."   Mr.    McMillan   stall
that the work Is  going along    very
satisfactorily und by    Ihe   time   the
snow flies the   company   expect   to
have not only the   275   miles   from
Portage    to    the    Touchwood    Hills
graded, but also the 55    mile   spaji.
Portage to Winnipeg.
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m THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2C, 1
905.
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HEADQUARTERS FOR
STRAWBERRIES
We have made our arrangements for supply.   A.s usual you  will  be
able to secure the best the market affords right here.
Some extra value in Xew 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.
T. S. ANNANDALE
"OUR GROCER"
WEST END GROCER
D.   W.  GILCHRIST
|IN SPORTING CIRCLES!
SYSONBY WON
$184,000 IN
RACING CAREER
-^i^--r^yn'.'\-^^^cs^^f^jr.^^
Some of Our
Many Bargains
NEW TELEPHONE GJIBL(
ACROSS THE FRASER
Ten acres all in a lirst
class siate of cultivation
and planted in fruit. 7
roomed house and good
barn. One half mile
from School and Church,
Close to station.    Price
$3,500
N.B.-This is an Al buy
For
$5,250
you can buy 208 acres of
first class land. 12nacre.s
cleared and cultivated.
Six roomed house, woodshed, two barns and
windmill. Good water.
Close to Railway Station    Terms Good.
Mclnnes & Kerr,
Real    Estate   Brokers,
278  Columbia  Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Telephone   170.
Is Yqur House Insured ?
The Hartford Fire Insurance
Company lost in the San Fran-
cisco tire a larger amount than
any other single company, and
. lng Its policies dollar for
dollar.
White & Shiles
Agents.
Real   Estate and   Insurance.
260  Columbia   St. Phone  85.
Heavy Line Is Payed Out from Scows
Without a  Hitch���Quick Time
Made.
Fine
Residence
Sites i
Three of the finest residential
lots in the city���only now put
on the market���on Queen's avenue and Peele street. For a few
days 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 and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling uur ttpecallty.
Wood and Coal    I
Dealers
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telenhone lao.
At day break yesterday, just as the
Daily .News was going to press, half
a mile of telephone cable was laid on
the bed of the Fraser river opposite
this city by Mr. II. W. Kent, superintendent of tie- liritish Columbia Telephone company, and a force of men.
The cable was dropped into the bed
of the stream in fifteen minutes, the
work being done from a scow which
was towed by a tug. It was exactly
:::::n o'clock when the tug started out
from the Xew Westminster side of the
river with the scow bearing the cable,
and it was 3:45 o'clock when the last
foot of cable was dropped of Brownsville. Altogether 2,500 feet of cable
was laid, and as the work was done
at high-water slack, there was not
ten feet of sag upstream or downstream on the entire line.
This new cable is destined for service in connection with the new copper line between Vancouver and Seattle, which was completed two weeks
ago as far the land lines were concerned. The new line will be open
for business in the course of a day or
two.
The British Columbia Telephone
company has now two cables running
under the river between this city and
Brownsville. The old cable was laid
in 1894, and has seen uninterrupted
service ever since. The new cable
was made necessary by the large increase of business between British
Columbia and Seattle and the mainland and Victoria. A new telephone
line between the Royal City and Ladner is adso being installed. This
line will be of copper, and will replace
tic old iron line which has seen service for years. Poles are being erected
'"���wen this city and Ladner along
the Fraser river. As soon as the
poles are up the copper loop will be
strung and the old line will be abandoned. A local line from the Ro-yal
City to the Industrial and British
Columbia canneries on the south side
of the Fraser river is now in course
of construction, and will lie finished
in the course of a few days. For
the purpose of giving a number of
farmers living In tlie vicinity of Sunbury, which is situated half-way between this city and Ladner, telephone
connection with the former place, a
suburban line is now being built from
the Royal City.
Keene's   Dead   Turf     King     Will     be
Buried with  Domino���Local
Games   on   Saturday.
James R, Keene's famous 4-year-old
colt Sysonby died yesterday at
Sheepshead Bay of blood poisonint;.
His death occurred in the presence of
his owner, who was making his daily
visit to the stable, and the horse
dropped dead while Mr. Keene was
standing beside bim.
Sysonby was probably the best
horse ever raced on the American
turf. His only defeat in his racing
career was in the Futurity of ������ 1.
when he finished behind Artful and
Tradition. His first appearance in
his 3-year-old form was in the Metropolitan, when he ran a dead heat
with Race King. From that time on
he v. on every race lie started in. capturing such famous classics as the
Tidal Stakes, the Realization, the Annual Champion, tlie Century Stakes,
the Grand Republic at Saratoga. This
year he was entered in all lhe big
Stakes and was the winning favorite
for the Brooklyn. Suburban and
Brighton.
Although generally spoken of as
an American. Sysonby was an English horse, being by th'c English stallion Melton out of the English mare
Optime. In his two years of racing
Sysonby won more than $184,000.
He will be buried in the infield at Sheepshead Bay, but will
be disinterred later and shipped to
Kentucky to be buried next to the
other famous Keene horse Domino.
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Get Ready For The
Fruit Season
By Having Your
Preserving
Kettle
Call and examine our stock.
Complete line of tin and granite-
ware.
Baseball on Saturday.
The local baseball players are
practicing hard every evening in order to be in first class condition when
they meet the All-Vancouver team
which is coming across on Saturday.
The Xew Westminster players aro
feeling almost sorry for the awful
drubbing they will give the lads from
the Terminal city. They prophesy
that the way they will hit the leather will be something to marvel at.
Several of the most enthusiastic are
even abstaining from today's picnic
in order to have a few hours more
practice.
The firemen at Xo. 1 hall were
yesterday presented with a young St.
Bernard dog by Mr. De Grey, tho
Columbian street barber. The pup is
only six weeks old, and comes of pure
bred stock, the father being the well
known champion "Highness" winner
of over forty prizes at shows all over
the continent. The mother is also a
prizewinner, and when the pup grows
up, there is no doubt that be will
also take his place among the prize
dogs at the benches.
Tecurnsehs Trim Reginas.
The weekly lacrosse match of the
.Junior schedule was played last evening between the Tecurnsehs and the
Junior Reginas, the Tecurnsehs winning by a score of 8 goals to 6. The
play  was  the  fastest  seen  in  junior
Artistic
Effects
in home decoration need nut be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
for furniture and pictures, can be
had at reasonable prices if you call
.... at ... .
HUDSON'S
Wall   Paper  Store
Sixth Street.
35 acres on Vancouver Road, behind Power Substation at
$75.00 per acre on easy terms. This will be valuable property
shortly, and will subdivide well; have good frontage on Vancouver Road.
T-room house on lot 60x132 feet on Seventh street, neat
Queen's avenue. Most desirable property in splendid situation.    Price $1,600; $350  cash, balance easy.
Three lots and dwelling, corner Third avenue and Second
street, This is a valuable corner and will be a money maker
in   single  lots.  Price $2 2 011:   $1100  cash.
Splendidly situated residence on Columbia street, good
view and modern; $500 cash deposit only required. Must be
sold.    Call for particulars,
X. B.   We have excluslve sale of tin' above properties.
F. J. Hart & Co
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Never in any past season has there been such a demand for white
shirtwaists as that which rules at the present time. In our stock
of white shirtwaists will be found the size which any woman ma
desire. For style���well we left that to ths manufacturers to give us
the latest. Our varied assortments show all the pleasing sly'.
For the latest values at 75c, $1.00, $1-25, $1.7."., $2.00, $2.50 to $4.50.
See what we are showing:
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Anderson & Lusby
; lacrosse here this season. In the
early part of the game the Reginas
! seemed to be masters of the situa-
I tion and run after run was made up
' the field, generally resulting in the
I scoring of a goal. At the beginning of
the second quarter, however, the
Tecurnsehs changed their goal keeper,
putting Munn, their regular man in
place of Eastman, who seemed to be
slightly off color. Prospects now began to look rosy for the Tecurnsehs,
as their opponents found it impossible to keep up the strenuous pace
with which they had started the game.
The combination of the Reginas also
began to fall off and a large number
of their passes were intercepted by
the members of the opposing team.
During this quarter and through the
remainder of the game many sensational shots were stopped by Munn
who seemed to be invincible to Allum,
who bored in shot after shot only to
have them deftly stopped and thrown
out.
Sport   Costs   Life.
Wertheim, Baden, Germany , June
IS.���Percy Pierce, of Buffalo, X. V..
the only American who competed in
the recent Herkomer automobile contest, collided while riding in an automobile today near Handheim, with a
wagon containing two physicians, killing one of them, and injuring the
other.
Dsering and Frost & Wood All Steel
and Steel, Self Dumping
Hay flakes
3 1-2 to 6 feet.
MOWERS��� Our Giant Frame .Mower  beats  them  aii  for  strength
and easy cutting.
Auction Sale at Market Every Friday.
T. J. TRAPP 8c CO.
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House Cleaning Time
And you may possibly need a carpet. We have the greatest range of
them and can guarantee,to save you money and give you better satisfaction than you can get in any other place. For instance, a good body
Brussels, paper for underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up.
Old carpets taken up, cleaned and relayed for ten cents a yard. We
have the largest stock and the finest show rooms and the finest prices.
Come and see us. It will pay you to see our stock before placing your
order elsewhere.
W. E. PALES,
716 and 718 Columbia St. Four Floors. Rear Extension, Front Street.
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WEDDING     BELLS.
St. Barnabas' church will this afternoon be the scene of a pretty ceremony when,  within  its  sacred  wal's,
j Rev. Mr. Houghton will pronounce the
solemn  words which are to unite in
, the bonds of holy matrimony Miss
Helen Clute, of Xew Westminster, an 1
Mr.  Mainwaring-.Iohnson, of Victoria.
I Local social circles have for some
lime been looking forward with pleasant expectancy to this wedding, for
the bride, who is fifth daughter of
Mr. Clute. inspector of customs, is as
well known here as the prospective
groom is in the captal city. Miss
Clute has long been a prominent member of thai handsome and popular
bevy of young ladies who make Xew
Westminster social functions so attractive and successful. She is well
liked throughout the city, and counts
amongst her personal friends a host
of the elite of society whose kindly
wishes for a life time of happiness
wil go with her to the bridal altar.
The time honored offices of bridesmaid and groomsman are to be filled
by persons as welt known as are the
contracting    parties, Miss 10. Martin,
' of Surrey, assisting the bride, while
j Mr. W. R. Gordon, city editor of the
Columbian, supports the groom.
After the conclusion of the cermony,
when the nuptial knot    has heen se-
| curely tied, the newly wedded couple
j will leave on the south bound train for
a pleasant, honeymoon in Uncle Sam's
Pacific states.
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WHOLESALERS WORKED A CINCH
Hamilton, June 19.���The investigation into the conspiracy charge
against the officers of the Dominion
wholesale grocers guild was resumed
yesterday at the police court. James
Irvig,    Toronto  agent     for    Babbits'
i Soap Powder and Condensed Milk, admitted that if he sold to outside retailers  or   wholesalers  he would   be
| cuf off by the guild members.
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of London, England, which has been carrying on fire insurance business
since 1714 A. D., and which has a capital and accumulated funds of
$20;000,000.
The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance record:
Dec. 31st, 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $60,400.   Prem. $22,954.60
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.        "   150,644.68
1904 " "    4,509,754.       "   166,384.20
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
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'We deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News.
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Electric Railway Service
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. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service trom
C.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���no transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and 7.
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Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be- ^
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City and Sapperton
Sapperton Line���16 Minute Ser- J
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2, and 5 nnd 7, during wnicn j
hours    the    service   win   tie ��
half-hourly. 4,
Sunday Service   hair-nouriy be- ���
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