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VOLUME 1, NUMBEB 7;;.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1906.
MA/301906     &
10 CENTS PER WEEK
STRONG REBEL ARMY
INVADES GUATEMALA
Attack on the Strongholds of President Cabrera Is Strongly Supported By Natives and Foreign Planters
Victories of Revolutionists Followed
By Reverses.
HOBSON FOR PRESIDENT
jj, xico i'i'. .   May   29.���Advices  iv
Tapachula and T in i
State of Chiapa -.
i lon    igainsl   the   existing
idminl of the presid, i, .    E
of G latamala, brok,
Guatemala  was inva led
lint i by as many bodies of
, . . quipped wit h th,
Gen. Manuel  Leandro  Barillas, fo
���ab-ni   of   Guatemala,   with
and a stock ol 700 rll
Hi .lea-, border a    , po nl
town   garrisoned     : ,
i.
bas great  coffee estates in
Ighhorhood wher   h
a i   whence   In    was   driven
i    ag i bj   Presldenl  Cabrera.
:        lieved that Quexaltenanglo will
���   hou    much    blood
Barllli        ���" - full) evade    h    earch
aut boritles.   He wlll recruit new
rch   acres-   the   nn nm-
i    loyal  to him,
reason to know.
Captures  Ocos.
Jose  I.i on  Castillo    cap'
: rday   without   much  resist-
-. a.   He tool
ten and  wa    received  with
v.  the people,
Empire Slate, from San
France t .   which   lefl   thai   port   May
terate fighters  i emit-
ed in '       city,  and   some  300  rifles,
has re icht i  Ocos,  thus enabling  the,
ciii/.eiis to be armed.
Forced to  Fall  Back.
'������ Castillo,   commanding   one
Gual  malan revolution-
���  ing the citj   of    Oco .
tin   befor,   .   superior
now  reported  to  have
nev   base,  and   will   be    re-
onlghl    by   several   hundred
:,,:   men   from  the steamer
e.   General Barillas la In
alns   making   bis   wa;.    to
iglo.      Barillas    has    with
Bn,    body   of   picked   men.   and
o be stea i ecrult lng
Io news has be n i ecelved
lor,  bul   lhe  invading force
t-li   time be well  advanced
'���'������ mala,
" :���   ileni    Guatemalan  now    here
i ���    that  th,   j, country is ripe
for the overthro - ol Cabrera. Th,
Season ol rain h el In and the
roads ar, bad In Gu it, mala. Telegraphic communication is difficult owing
to the cutting , [ the wires on |t_j,e
Guatemalan Bide.
Messengers on hors, bach will be
���''��� patch, d trom Ocos, where Major
Castillo held his fore, s and from the
flying column of Ca. Barillas, who
ning on to Quatzltenanglo, a citj
of 10,000 Inhabitants. This citj is
Uk, I to be occupi, d bj Gen. Barillas
W, dnesday oi  Thursda
Rebels   Have  Strong   Support.
The   revolution   is   said   to   b,
tfidelj  B] read ,    any in the hi
torj  of Guatemala.    Foreign  planters
en waiting for months for Gen.
B i act.    P acticall;   e
Int, rsts ami many of the betti .
oi natives supper:  the r .- rution.
Frequent abuses of pow, r i ch ��� I
to the government. Gen. Barilla - an I
Gen, Castillo and two aides left the
citj bj strategj on May 11. Tl i
bought tickets to El Pas,,, over the
Mexican Central. They hoarded the
night train but lefl li several miles
oul and returned here when- they
boarded a Pullman car stocked with
provlsl i i  carrying their saddles
iggage, lu -his car th,
ovei the Vera Cruz and Tehuan-
" illroad I ��� Ton ila, on th,- Pacific coasi, there switching to the nev
Pan-American railway, which now approaches the Guatemalan boundary.
Their start towards the United States
outwitted the Guatemalan repn sent i-
tives here.
Cabrera  Feels Victorious.
I',mania.  Maj     29.-   Th,     Associate I
has    received   the    following:
"dial, mala,    Maj  29 (9:12 a. m I
Revolution started bul  alrea-dj  <
(Signed.)        "ESTR \Y CABRERA."
Drowns In  Lachine Canal.
Mo,,: r, al, Maj 28. Al an early hour
this morning the body of Benjamin
i :, Mom re:,! West, was taken oul
Of the Lachine canal near tiie bridge
at ('ote St. Paul. Drearie was flfty-
foui vt-ars of age and is survived by a
large family. Il, owned conslderabh
proper,.., and was a gentleman farmer
at Montreal West. For a period of several months Drearie had been Indisposed and latterlj his mind .bad been affected,
'
Washington, D. C, May 29.���Captain Hobson
of Merrimac and kissing fame actually has presiden-
' ii : aspirations. An intimate friend of his, who has
recently been with him in Alabama, says that the
bee is in his bonnet, and that his recent success in
securing a nomination for Congress has convinced
him that he has as good a prospect to secure the
presidency as anyone. He says frankly that he will
use every legitimate means to secure a nomination
from the next Democratic national convention. If
he should fail he will wait another four years. He
is young and.the experience which awaits him in
Congress will serve to increase his qualifications.
If he cannot secure the first place on the ticket
he will accept the second, and is willing to run with
Bryan, Hearst, "or any other good man." Not long
ago he remarked that "Hobson and Hearst" or
"Hearst and Hobson" would make a good campaign
cry, and the alliteration seemed to please him.
Immediately after the congressional election,
which cannot fail to be in his favor, because very
few Republican votes are ever cast in Alabama, Hobson proposes to make a systematic canvas to secure
the Alabama delegation in the next Democratic national convention and will continue his lecture tours
through the country until he takes his seat in Congress, for tlie purpose of making the acquaintance
of influential Democrats and getting in touch with
the organizations in the northern states.
G A THER AT MA DRID
FOR KING'S WEDDING
Representatives of Royalty of Different Nations Flock to
the Spanish Capital    Streets Present Spectacle
of Lurid Color and Intense
Activity.
Madrid,  Maj   29.   Th<   preparations
for the marriage of King Alfonso and
| Princess Ena of Battenburg are fast
approaching culmination, with the arrival of foreign princes and envoys,
the Influx of vast throngs and the
final adornments of sir s and buildings,
The   train  of   the   I'rinc   of  Wales
in I the Arch-Duke Francis Ferdinand
'. i       i arrive- al 2:30 o'clock, foi-
:   by   ilk   trains  of   I'rinc,���  Albert
Leopold of Belgium, Prince Eugene of
I -n,  anl   manj   ot hers.    The  arrival   of   th,    visitors   was  marked   by
of splendor,
:"      Pardo   palace   was   the   center
Ol    f Stlvlties   tonight.     King   Alfonso
and  I ' ���  witnessed  a  perform-
he Pardo theatre, one quaint
feature of which was a tableau of a
Spanish marriage, suggestive of the
nuptials which are to take place on
Thursday.
Th,   streets tonight  present a
of lurid color and intense activity     Railway   trains   are   bringing   in
mils of foreigners and provincial
I irds.
The   streets  along the route of the
sv, Idlng cortege ai ��� with color.
from en I to < nd, with tloi al arches,
sunbursts of iiriiish and Spanish
flags  and   garlands.
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Black Chapter Prospers.
Toronto, om., May 29.���Supreme
Black Chapter of liritish America
opened iis 32nd session here lasi nighl
with an attendance of over a hundr .1
ites from all over Canada. Grand
m.i ter William Chlnnery of Toronto
presided. The report of the grand
treasurer showed an income, including lasi year's balance, of $2,063. The
grand master's address condemned the
autonomj bills, advo, ated a satisfactory system of life memiv.uship and
urged the necessity of providing suit-
forms for opening and closing and
installation ceremonies. Grand registrar Williams reported a membership
of 1,450, a gain of 752.
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Eight   Workmen   Executed.
Riga, May 29.���The death sentence
waa today executed on elghl murderers
of Police I.i, utenanl Porzhitsk. These
were he workmen in whose behalf
the b,w,r house 67. parliament Interpellated Premier Goremykln and demanded a commutat ion of sentence.
eat Packers Are Shy
of the House Committee
PLANS FOR FACTORY
ARE DECIDED UPON
MOUNTED POLICEMAN .
ATTEMPTS SUICIDE
Washington, D. C, May 29.���The re-
W- -.     N, :'. and    R, ynolds,
' conn,::-; i mei a of th,  p 'idea ,
n ling their investigation into the
sanitary and other conditions existing
a    tie- several packing houses, is being
��� ited, bu:  it i todaj  that
i:   probablj   w ould   not   b-   su iml   ��� I
��� Thursd - v
Mo addiional   facts  were developeu
a:   the  White   House  todaj   regarding
';    Beveridge meal inspection amend-
to   the   agricultural   bill.    The
matter   was   dl bneuy   at   tilt
ing ni the cabinet, bui no deflni ..
aci ion was taken.
The agricultural appropriation bill
which has special int. rest to packer
of meat, is now before the house committee on agriculture. So far ther.'
has been no request made for a hearing on the pan of the pack, rs. n Is
understood    ibis    requesl   would    be
granted with the understanding that 11
th, packers were heard th, committee
isjre also to Hear the other
si : . and this might necessitate mak
| iblic s ��� cial report? regarding the
sanitary conditions, etc., now in the
custody Of the president.
Mayor   Keary   Secures   Water   Record
for the Westminster Pipe Company.
Constable Waldo Disturbs the Serenity
of the   Barracks  at
Calgary.
-o-
Robbers Blow Postoffice Safe.
No na, May 29.���Some time
cigl    the - ���!',- in the post
office  al     Sunnysid     was   blown    to
bj   :    i -,, rs and Sl,000 In monej
and stamps stolen.    There is no clue
.' ,bl ��� rs.
������ ���o ,
Burglary at Point Roberts.
!:!:>::,-\  Wa sh.,  Ma    28    1.   lohnson
���   name gl\ m b;   a man ar
Pati ilman     ib e lleson,   al     P iln
R i    rts  early 'ruing,  eh
with burglary.   The officer states that
he captured the man in the act of loot-
i Ing the home of Mrs. Merkey.
TON WILL RESIGN       DR. S. B. LEACOCK GIVES
WHEN HE GOES TO JAIL      ADVICE TO CANADIANS
"ill not Put U. S. Senate in  Position   Says if we do not Become  Something
of    Having    Member   in Great   We   Will    Become
Prison. Smaller.
Washington, D. C, Maj 29.   Senator     Toronto, Ont., May  29,   "We must
���l""1" known to membersLcome a real, integral, governing part
.--,    ,,n   privileges   and
attitud,  ,-iace the recent   ��*  the   British  empire    If noi   that,
decision  in   which  his  Wl   s]1;1;|   become something Inflnltel;
'- affirmed bj the high,     ,     ��� declarcd  Dr, B,  B,  Leacock, of
,. McGill    University,    Montreal,   ln    a
le, lure  lasi   nighl   In   Mass.y   Hall   on
"Imperial Unity," delivered und, r the
ttrt-   He says in a letter thai he will
Benate In the position ol
���I iis members in jail, and
,���   soon   as   ibe   mandate
irl    tO   the    COUrl    below    is
'   nforced.
recelpl of ihis communl-
"m Senator Burton bas been inform
!,';    numbers   of   the   committee,,
.iiaiors   outside   of   the Destroyed  by   Fire.
.Insist  upon action at once ,,,Xi^    May 2!,_ThP
"Ml   he  commiiit'e   will     likely
v��te��n his cas,, before the expiration  town of Stamford, Texas, -a reporte
auspice- of the Daughters of the Empire and in tin- presence of his Ex
Cellency Lord Cray and party.
Il!'"s, ill  session.
to  bave  been  tl,-sir,,veil  by  Ore.
Railway Tariff Question
Warrants Investigation
Toronto, Ont, May 29.l Judge Killam, chairman
ofthe Dominion Railway Commission, which met
here today announced that the commission had deeded to hold a general investigation into the railway
t;ir'ift' question as the affairs in this country had
bached a stage whero this waa warranted.
Bill for Eight Hour Day
Progresses At Washington
Washington, D. ('., May 29.���The
house commit tee on lal or today authorized a favorable i -1 orl on the
eight-hour bill. Tbe bill provides that
elghl hours shall constitute a day's
work In ih, rnanul icturi of any sup
plies for the government or In an--
work done for the government by contract. Every such contract shall stipulate a penalty of $5 for each labo
,,r mechanic for each and everj caleii
<! ,v on which he shall rabor more
i ban eight hours. Nothing in this
ftel shall appl, to transportation by
l:-i,d or waler. or shall the provision
ami stipulation in the act provided for
effect so much of a contract as is to
be Performed by way of transportation,
Ol for such material as may usually !'���
bought in the op, n market.
Aliened  Murderer  Lynched.
M, nroe, La., " 29 .mo en
can, i  b  sp, clal  train  here 1
enl to Tai  u uh, La., wh, re they
forced the jail and hanged R. T, R 11
. alleged murdei er of a prominent
mechanic of Gerard, La., in February
1904. Rogers was tried and on id
, uilty, but was sul sequ, ntly granted
it   new   trial.
PLACES DEAD ON RAIL      SAVAGE DUCK DEAR
IN FRONT OF ENGINE      CHASES DOV UP TREE
The Westmlnstei Pipe Manufacturing company will shortly ered a mill
in ibis city for the purpose of manufacturing wooden pipe on a large
. and over fifty hands will be
' ij-ed at the start, to be Incn d
as the Interests of business demand
ii. The company is capitalized al
$250, '. and as there is a good opening h, re foi ibis class of industry,
the new venture should be a success
from    he stari.
It was only yesterday that plans
w, r; d, finite ly decided upon, as there
has b& i some difficulty in obtalnin
the necessary water supply, bul the
action f Roberi McNair of Vancouvei
who h. Id a prior right to the water
applied for by the company on Gold
creek, Coquitlam river, ln waiving his
rich' to it, allowed Water Commissioner C, C. Fisher lo grant the necessary 250 inches applied for by Mayor
Keary on behalf of the company.
in addition to the manufacturing of
pipe, the company will undertake to
Btipplj water to the muncipalltles of
Surre;. Helta. Steveston and Richmond.
For tills purpose pipes wlll be laid
from Col-i Creek to New Westminster
and from here the water will be car
rled through to the several places men-
"��� ,1.
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Michael   Davitt's Condition.
Dublin, May   29,    Mlcha, d    Davltt' i
i ondltion is unchanged.   Numerous In
i have been r, celved concerning
him I om ���':   United States and othei
counl ri- s.
.lohn Dillon arrived from London
last ht, and spent the entire daj
:,: the hospital. Mrs, Dillon has been
,, th, hospital with Mrs. Davltt prac
I tlcally the whole time since Maj 27
1 , hi n Mr. Daviit was taken seriously
111. Mrs. Daviti is now much better.
Mr. Davitt's oldest son is in constant
ittendance at  his father's bedside.
Calgary, Alta., May 29.     V 9 o'clock
ihis moi ning a pathetic event disturbed the serenity of life a1  ihe it. \. \V.
M. P. barracks when Constable Waldo,
'a young man wdm was thought much
'of by  his comrades and  superiors,  being  a   decent   ami   intelligent   police-
' man, while crazed by Illness, placed a
r, voiv, r to his hear!  and  tired.    The
bullet    missed bis hear:   by    on
; i :' an Inch and passed ou
hind. Inn. whether ii  pierced bis lunf
or  passed around   ihe  ribs  is  nol   yel
known.    He lies now in a critical con-
dition at ihe Holy Cross hospital.   II-
was about  to be Sent  to Regina to be
invalided   from   lbe  fore-.
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AMERICANS ARE KEEN
FDR POWERFUL NAVY
Provision for Warship to Equal Drcau-
naught   Included   in   Bill
Reported.
Washington, I). C. May 29.���The
naval appropriation bill was reported
to the senate today by Chairman Hale.
The total increase made by lhe Benate
was $2,461,037, making a graml total
1 ol $103,070,670. The house provision
I'or a powerful battleship equal to tho
Knglisb ship Dreadoughl remained in
ihe bill.
��� ���o	
Will Borrow $1,500,000.
Winnipeg, May 29. The city council decided last nighl lo borrow a million and a half dollars I'or civic lm-
pro\ ements.
The Sunday car by-law was vigor
ously ,,pi���,s,.ii by the Ministerial Association and labor nun, and no progress was made wiih it. Labor men
object to the clause I bat men may be
asked lo work more than sixty hours
a   week.
r ���������
��-���,
St.   Catherines'   Man   Finds   an   Inex-   Youth    from  Germany   Has     Exciting
pensive   Way   of   Ending   His Adventure   in   Woods   of   ihe
Life. West.
St. Catherines, Ont., .May _!).- William Elliott, an employe of Taylor &
Bates' brewery, was .struck and Instantly killed on a railway crossing
here Ibis morning.
Later a Hub- girl staled lhal sin-
saw Elliott deliberately place his
in-ad on ih,- track when he saw the
train coming, il,- had been mentally
unbalanced since be hail a lawsuit over
 I    mal ti rs   and   his   family   ha'!
been keeping close watch on him.
Tacoma, Ma., 29.���Augusl Ricey, 16
years  of  age.  who  arrived   from  Ger-
any to live with his uncle on a farm
near Puyallup. went for a short walk
- a Sunday morning, ii,- became lost
' i the woods and was chased up a
tree by a black bear and kept a prisoner until last night, when a rescuing
party of thirty men found him. The
boy was hungry, cold and badly
scar  '.
SEVENTY ZULUS KILLED
Durban, Natal, May 29.���Six hundred rebel
Zulus surrounded and attacked Col. Leuchar's force
yesterday near Buffalo River. Under cover of the
bush the natives got within fifty yards of the British, but the latter opened a heavy rifle fire upon the
rebels and after two hours of fighting the Zulus fled,
leaving seventy killed.
The British loss was one killed and three
wounded.
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..Mt THE DAILY NEWS
w_.uej_._uAY. MAY 30,
STRING OF WITNESSES
IN TRAIN RODDERY
Trial   of the  Trio  of  Alleged   Hold-Up
Men   Proceeds  at
Kamloops.
Kamloops, Maj 29. \ - o'clock
rnoon, aft, - mnsel tor
the defence had exhaus ed every
means which laj in his power to secur, an adjournmenl of the trial of
the three alleged train-robbers and 11
certain   thai   the  hearing   would  rjunn wa
procei i. the Kamloops curt bouse pre
seined   an   appearance   which   it   hai
never don   bet,,re and which the pre
sent   anclenl   edlflu
again.
,   ���, of i
i ���    i lunn   some d i;
��� -ll,   of th,   ���
;" ir
wa    i  ���:���   mr,   ol h
1,.. ::.  Thej   were  Wl
bad some conversation
Edwards,  lie was verj  agre, able.  He
her that  he had come from Vernon,.
George    Hazelhursl    of    Bostock'
ranch,   Dm ks,  said   he  saw   Dunn a1
the store ,,n Ma,  5. He W, al Into the
store ami cam,   oul   alon,,    He w
from  the store toward    the    Btatlon
on toot,    i: was about 6:3l
),. in.
Joseph    B.   Graves     of     Campbell
Meadows d, scribed    the two    horses
never  will  show eaptuivd  b>   the  police. He firsl  saw
liein   aboul    four   miles   soulh   of   his
Everj   available Inch of space was ^ ,    ;;,,  ih, 0f the robbery. On<
crowded, and  disappointed  spectators
were strum; rrom the courtroom down
the slairs. along the corridors, through
the portico and far out Into the street.
Everybody was there   who could   by
any   possible   nie,,it     get   ihere.     and
.side-hobbled and one hobbled in Si
wash fashion. He came across then
whil( driving a baud of horses. Th,
police came lo bis house thai nlghl
and he reported having seen them
They were b,n h branded "M". One wai
many ladies were present who Beemed a  stamped  brand, the other    pul  on
to take   decided   Interesl   ln  the  pro- wjln a running iron. He recognized the
ceedlngs,   \ Bplash of brilliant scarlet n0]
:,,-���,    nd ther,  gave a tinge of color, William Philip, of Ramsay fi laiilip
nol   Ineil   to  Kam o          For It   came i.-,i..   general    merchants,   told   how
i     "'     a-   .e   achmelil   ef |���mn   had   purchased   a  smali   bill     of
lb-, i   Noi hwe '   VI mnti I polli     a ti , ,.         on   S il n la>',   May   :..   and
hu I h                 he trio of all ..,, BOOd8 had been pul in a sack Cor
cd land          es, und now returned i< nlm. A Back which had been found at
:   in their conviction. 0ne of the camps    on    the    bill    was
MM- quiet had been in Bom    m, ' U11  i,,,,,   n,,  recognlzed  Hn- shlp-
eure secured the jurymen were called. |,|ng  marks  and   iln-  marks  Bhowlng
and the process of selecting the tw.lvt vvna|   the sack contained. The  mark
I men and true wa                 undei would  Indicate    that   ibe sack    came
way.  Man  after man  wa- challenged fr0m their stores, and it was the same
by counsel    on both    .-aii-.    utitil    ii |<|na- \u, had  packed  Dunn's groceries
Beemed  al   one    time  thai    a    panel i,,. One of the items sold Dunn was
would  nol   be Becured,    but   with the toilet soap, put up in a box similar to
lasi   iwo   called   lhe   twelve   was   com- (,,u,   produced.   Another   was   tea,   two
plete.    Deputy   Attorney-General   Mc- pacicets. llis tirm kept tea of the kind
Lean wlthoul anj ado at once entered which  had one- been in ihe packets
upon hi.- opening address. He pointed shown him.
om that ihe crime was nol one which p  gj. Carter, a prospector, win, was
could  \  committed wlthoul  delibera- ,,���,. 0f iln- tracking posse, recognized
lion, and  was om   which required lha' the  gunny   sack   as  one  found   al   the
the leader should be a man of strong each,- near Campbell's Meadows. The
character with th,  strength developed ti.., ana- &oap wrappers were found ai
���riniinal lines, development   on- the  lirst   camp  they  came  io on    the
alons.
1/ possible after long apprenticeship. ,
"The crime which is now under eon      Joseph Callln, the   engineer   on No.
"had been 97| was ;lk.n caiied and repeated the
well and carefully planned. Those who
committed the crime mus; have considered  every  del ail."
He clearly set forth the history of
the crime from the time the robbers
were Brsl seen on the engine tank
masked   and   with   drawn   guns,   umil
story of the holdup, This evidence is
substantially the same as given by the
witness ai the preliminary hearing.
During llis evidence ihe sack of dynamite was produced In court and created some uneasiness, liven his lordship seemed to breath    more    freely
ihey were rounded up in a clump of wnen the .stuff was identified and. tak-
cottonwood sixty miles away by riders ,��� away. The engineer's evidence was
of ihe plains, lie described in graphic ���,, an [n wnen al about 5:30 counsel
language the following of the trail [or the defence asked for an adjourn-
from the railroad near iln- 120-MHe ment. The judge refused io order the
Pesi up over ihe hills and pas; the jury tn p,, kept in custody, stating
rough country south of Douglas Lake. .,,.,, as the government did not pro-
and bow trailers found camp after vlde proper accommodation he would
camp and at each some broken link ���,.i insist on locking a jury up. He
was forged into the chain of evidence cautioned tlu jurymen againsl discuss-
binding the prisoners to their crime. |ng the case with outsiders and ad-
He showed that the,, men bad been journed until 10 o'clock this morning.
hovering  aboul   near  the scene Of the Proceedings   Today.
holdup  for days, and  ll   was wiih this       Another     feature  of    evidence    ,1.-
art   of liis  case ;h;r   the evidence be-   veloped  today out of court  in the case
B*11' of the alleged train-robbers, which goes
Albert   Duck ol Grand Prairie road.  t0 snow tnat Miner was tlu- leader of
swor,   that   on  Sunday, April  29, the ,,u. gang whlcn held up tb,- train at
Edwa   Is, whom he positively   Mission two years ago in September.
Identified,  came to  his ranch  house,      A.mongs1  the effects of th,- presen1
about  four miles south of Ducks Bta- accused was a tin,- automatic revolver,
tion, and purchased supplies. The wit- Today lt was examined by Mail Clerk
:. ss   asked   hlm   which   waj   he   had   Thorburn, who was on the train held
from, and the old man pointed  ,,-, near Mis-ion.
���   ,      vard G    ad   Prairie.    Witness      Thornburn absolutely Identified thc
ask,.: whj In- di i noi purchase his sua- gun ;1S tne one stoien [rom nim bj .-���.,
on, of the stores there, and   [eader  nf  the  gang  ai   the  nine that
"Oh, w,   came in back holdup  was committed.
'���'���li-" The  trial of the three  men,  Miner
������-���' Ed- alias  Edwards,  Dunn and  Colquhoun,
- ed .me was contlnued ... l0 o'clock thla morn-
horses noi he hands of I jug,    ���Shorty" limped, handcuffed but
-    '''   - '���'���     ;: '������   smiling    Into the    cour room,    Miner
and C ,lq . loun, al   - manacled, entered
V|  ' ' ''1-| later in  charg,   ol  Constable  Pearse.
that  A iarg(   Crowd was presenl  when Jo-
":-       b  '      in continued his evidence,
��      Mr.    McLean  Intro luced  a    sketch
) re- map of th,   seen,     I  the holdu ,, bi I
Mr. Macli objected and I h,   map ���
w (re nol -
nan
H. U. Ta ,-. > miles
is    and
H,   .-.,w   th,   three
.ll'ter-
noon .md .    iem. The horse
fusing   to
cross i house. He de-
Mr.   Maclntj re Vou   hav e   been   In
i   vici      ,1 e C,  P.  it.    Bft,  ���
Callan    \ i. ars.
Mr.   Maclntj >       , aklng
j ou gave   fuller   , vidence    N ��� -
with white than wlu,n you ie Hra, ,,,
nd a | of white about   ������...n nl- .,,,, .,     er8
th( legs ;.   He
won',! not be - one in
\, -.
in answer to questions by Maclntyre
������;- oi the police, but it might  witness said he bad seen the robbers
D ���"'''��� waa ba3 back-    itogether  about   half  an   hour.    He
-   Iquhoun was walking be-  had not  seen  the third man so long,
*e men. -me moon waa in the south and shin-
Miss  Lequime,    who lives    ai    T.; ing nearly on the robbers' backs. The
C Tk, near where...  j   WM   ;,,..v    :i;lll   ���   WM   pracUcally
']w camP WM '���  ��� ' ! h��" 3l��<   dark in the tender.    Mr.  Callan con-
had  mei  the man  Colquhoun on the tlnued thai he could not swear to the
Kn,ll,>     ' ' !1"  was  hal or cap wort, bj th,  robber in the
" ho��es. He stopped B   lgway.    He  had  ;, id  account, of
-    i if ther was a corral at  the   robbery,  and   had  seen  the  por-
thelr : ������"���   Nv' ('��"-'1 run   the traits.    He  accompanied   Mr,  Kilpat-
horses  in.    She    described    the two rjek to the jail
'   '     '-" tn i ln the     Question d bj Maclntyre, there wer,
haad ��� them, Mr.    McLaws, Mr, Woods. Mr.   Tun-
";;  '' fitted ..,.; oth      ... ectlves al the Jail.
thai  she had Been th,  horses  before     Mr. Maclntyre-   So you went up with
Ml' l":;:'  in;" ' ' o thai Bhi      regular bodygu
- to ldei ifj      m:-.   MacLean    He  sail   thev   were
ColQ��l>oun. She said I no doubt  there when h,  gol to th   |all.
thai thej the sam nd Colqu-  	
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rade
: Slices:
Our $5.00 and $6.00 Canadian and ""AmericatvShoes  Reach
the Limit or Style ^and ^Excellence. -J^| J    'gtHll
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$4.50 and $5.00
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"Florsheim"
Chicago's Best Boot.
Tan or Black
$5.00 and $6.00
THE FAMOUS
"Packard"
American Shoe.
Made Tan and Black
$4.50 and $5.00
We'll Just Put It Mildly and Say That WeVe the Best $5.00 and $6.00
Shoe the Country Produces
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We Cater to the Family Trade.
We have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed far our trade.
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gSDAY.
MAY 30, 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
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The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them'for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which yon can talk business to almost every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surroundingjdis-
trict. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you.
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EMERSON WINS SUIT
AGAINST GOVERNMENT
: Chief Justice Ki.   ter  Hands Down De-
cislcn  In thc  Lo-j Seizing
Case.
���
Skln-
nd ju igmenl  was for the plain-
Th , ,  -'.      vi      ill      ��� oughl
ii I
. Em-
, rson, whose li seized b
mi    t      . alleged
tlon to export them. They wer, cui
under han I Heen ������ before the
passagi of the Timber Manufacture
Acl and Mr. Emerson claimed the
rlghl to , x ior! hem if he wish d I i
do so. Altogeth, r $7,000 worth of logs
.-. ere s, I:
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Norris and   Rowe Circus.
Noi ,'t  ma le a promise   last
,n  tha    If the;   had  a  succ ssful
would give us an .,1!    now
show and - ng lie highesl salaried
arl Isi thej  s, ,-111 to
have  . ! famous
nam 1 ng. Th,  brighl
circu under
, fol
lowing :   The three  M, rkle  si on
the  dying trap, z ;    Frank and  Dolly
Miller, in a beautiful four horse carry-
���;  the Maretta troupe of horse-
ilists; Ed. Hocum, the
��� Ide ; the
an, 1   men an I v, imen
aero    '       the  'i>'~;    and    only
troupe of Japa
1:11111!,1 r;  the six flyl ������ dar
ing mid-al ;   four <' 1
3   in  :,   sensal tonal   mid-air  acl:
A',,:  Ban!    and  Mi  :
.. in one - :' I he pret I i- sl
.
,   hat of 1 ....
I   and op,
ih,- .Misse . 1 Pringle, K
and LaLonde, four graceful youn
in the aerial - won
derful St. Angmon Familj oi 1
the act ov-r which England
.. li, 11 it was li:
don  Hippodrome;    the    Ave    Sisters
Etexos, dai' anasts;    4   juggling
the Aerial   Magnani  1
!|,,::; 1<  1 rapeze acl made it the
sought for acl anions all circus
own,-]-, it took a lot of patient hard
work to secure these artists for Euro
pean actors can secure all th, ��� d
ments they can accepl al home with-
ravelling - ross the contin
ent,   however,   when    Norris   &  Rowe
issured they were to have a
highly profitable tour las, season, they
quietly despatched Chas. Sasse, one
of tlu-ir New York agents, to Europe
and gave him carte-blanche as to expense. Thai Mr. Sass, succeeded is
shown by the superb programme
whieh will be shown here when the
Norris & Rowe Circus will exhibil al
Xew West minster, Friday, June 8.
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Command  at Work  Point.
Victoria, May 29.���The question of
who will be commandant at Worn
Point baracks has been finally settled,
Col. Holmes will unite the duties of
district ofiie, r comanding with thos
of commandant, and will move in as
:-,,on as Col,  English leaves.
Col.   English,    by special    an
In <���-,nm, ind, and will
be till the 1:|Sl of the Imperial troops
leave.
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Sir William  Is Ninety.six.
Toronto, Ont., M 13  29 .���Sir William
ilowlaml.    first   Canadian    lieutenant-
governor of Ontario, celebrat, 'I bodaj
ninety-sixth   birthday.    He    has
recovered from a s, vere illness.
(ilVES EVIDENCE ON
INSURANCE PROFITS
Col.  MacDonald  of Confederation   Life
Testifies  Before the   Enquiry
Commission.
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. fottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone l-b
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NEW WESTMINSTER
FRIDAY,   JUNE  8,   190
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Toronto,    Ont.,   May    29.���Al     this
morning's Besslon of the Insurance Enquiry    commission,   Col.    Macd in i d,
larj and secretary of the Confederation  Life gave a statement of    th
company's profits during the last year
amounted to $325,000, bul oul ol
this $149,000    had    to  be  taken    foi
i   es, 1 saving the total net profits al
$176,000.   The total commissions paid
out amounted to $168,000.    In
io  commissions  on  renewals  witness
ited that expense had been gradually decreaing while expenses for commissions on  the first  year's business
had  been  increasing.
Regarding the rebating -.;-���;>, he
said he thought this should be abolished if Canadian and American companies till acted in unison. Regarding
distribution of profit Macdonald said
thai each part of the profits were
given to shareholders and the remainder to participating policyholders.
Each policyhold, r was considered and
paid Individually.
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School  Board Meeting.
The fact thai  Trustee Peck  was ,<
the city on Tuesday    with hi
family for a  visit  to the (,.,1 Countrj
was the reason i'or the calling of the
board oi  school  trustees   ogel a, r
regular meeting Monday night, All
j the members were present excepl Trustee Cunningham.
���. . disposing of the minutes of the
lasi meeting, reports of committees
were in or,ler. The secretary reported
thai Joseph Clennen, firsl assistant in
the high school, had resigned, and on
shorl notice lefl the city sine hist
board meeting. He had. with the
consi n| of th, principal :. i a< ��� ,1 Miss
Mc Niven in the room, and Secured
Miss Lillian Armstrong to fill Miss
Mi Nlven's place until the end of the
term.
The board approved this action and
appointed Miss McNlven to the position  vacated  by Mr. Clennen.
Trustee Peebles reported on the Empire Day celebration. It was a decided
success, and great credit was due to
the principals for iheir untiring ef-
��� in the matter. Votes of thanks
passed to the principals and their
staffs, i��� the Sons of England who
had helped in decorating the armouries, and to Lhe managers of the Methodlsl church who had loaned 200
( hairs  for the occasion.
Trustee Peck reported Inability to
- cur, order books for the principals
as requested, and the secretary was
authorized to secure them. Applica-
lons on the teaching
��� iff were read from two gentlemen
in Nova Scotia who desh-j to conic to
British Columbia, each holding tin- B.
A. degree of Dalhouse college. The documents were filed for reference.
Architect Clow was present, and
with thc board, went carefully over the
plans and specifications of the new
wing to the brick building, and a resolution cairied thai tenders for the
work of construction should be advertised for when the plans are
eted.
A few bills   were passed,   and    ���
board adjourned at an early hour
a most  harmonious  meeting, all wishing for Trustee Peck and his family -i
pleasanl  and  profitable time In their
native land and   a safe return
about  three months' absence.
after
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te 100-Circus {.hampisns and Celebrities-100
22   Famous   Equestrians
ih   Daring   A��� rIa���I��� ta
II    Arabian   Tumblers!
tO^H^RoJih   RiJers   **   ��*"*  A""*"" C'���"*
7  P-usaian  Cose; .fee
3   Sensational   Equilibrists
20 Astonishing Acrobats
A Complain Japanese Circus
Superb   Carland  Entreo
s of Trained Wild Beasts
>!���*/�� cf Performing Elephants
Camels, Llamas and Bos Indicus
SS&v.oa'tod   Scale   and   Sea   Lions
test   Jumping    Horses
,:ng  Roman  Chariot   Races
\T /   r_C0>     Tr.!���.d imported Arabian Stallions
\,   C.��� :iy Lady Japanese Artists in America
8 Shetland Pony Ballet
Cake-   VA/etlking   Horses
Marvelous Picards "'
geiebraicdstirk (10) Family
America i Qreateei Cycllan -nd Relief ftkatara
*..��/.; Lc flCUt* Troupe
10 Lovriy Lad lea oi i�����ui.., Perm m ClaaeH fum un ���
Urea. W.voUm. "tdeilat
Pretty Edna Maretta
The Only l _d> In Ihe entire World whn thrtm* SOMERSAULTS
on Ihr Naked (lx.li of ��� Swiftly Running M
Grand Street Parade
���10:30*
Dally
���_��_��
2 performances at 2 and 8 p.m.
Of Importance.
The change in the fiscal year of the
Dominion, which is to close In future
March 31, instead of June 30, will be
found io have a very beneficial effect
I-i ih, tter carrying oul of publlo
works, as money will I,,- available al
the beginning of Bummer Instead of
Int, r on. Following la the texl of the
amend, d eh,us- in the act:
"The public accounts shall Include
th, period from the firsl daj of April
in ,,ue year to the thirty-first day of
i in tlic nexl year, which period
shall constitute the fiscal year; all ,-
a submitted to parliament shall
1���    :',,r  ihe  services  coming in  course
of payment during the fiscal year; and
���ui balances of appropriation which re
main unexpended al the end of the fiscal .ear shall laps,, ami be written oft:
Provided, thai upon cause being shown
to the satisfaction of the governor inj
: council he may, by order in council lo
bo made before the first day of May of
each year, extent the time for finally
closing the account of any appro-,,ria-
! Hon. I'or a period of not more than
Hire,- months from the end of the fiscal    year,���after    the    expiration    of
I which extended time, and not before,
the balance of such appropriation shall
lapse ami be written off."
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Two   Boys  Drowned.
St, .lohn, X. 13., May 28.���At MilU-se-
i ville, a suburb of St. John on Saturday afternoon Walter S. and Ernest
L. While, sons of Robert J. White,
wen- drowned n few yards from shore,
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��� - -:��� UH I MM     IM THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, MAY 20
THE DAILY NEWS
,lished by The Daily News Pub-
l.blng   Company,   Limited,   at
iffices   corner   of    Sixth   ar.d
{Street.-,, Xew Westminster, 13. C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   Brown R-   J-   Burde
ADVERTISING RATES.
,n which rhe charges wei    so ex
Ive thai the countrj  �� ,
ited.   If   the   gov, i nmen '-   iln,
-, alll   ;;   would i,:,\
da and n ^ai
and Victoria whal I  . ���
i':i"  Libert-'  id:.: form of  1896 W   -
a p,��,d  platform and had been li >
to, , scepl as to Si nate reform, and he
believed thai would yel be accomplished."
Transient   display   advertising,   10 THOSE KOOTENAY LANDS.
c-.mts per Iir.,- I nonpariel)  12 lines to       .,.���.,, , ..    .
the  inch.      Five  cents  per  line  for       rhe World makes out a  verj  black
subsequent insertions. case againsl  the McBrlde government
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 In the matter of those celebrated Koot-
conts per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 enay boal and oil hinds. As it tells the
cents per line. story,   the   government   has   allowed
For   time   contracts,   special   posi- claims to be staked and re-staked, yur-
tlons, apply to advertising manager. V(.V((1 ;mi, re.surveyed, and has calmly
Xotices   of   births,   marriages   or Issued a licence to anyone who chose
deaths, 50c.   Wants, for sales, lost or to "file" on a  claim, quite regardless
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per of U|(, numbe- ol- uCences already issu-
*orri        Xo advertisement taken  for .
;,      n-       t ed for the sane- piece ol ground. Now,
les- than 2d cents. ,     , ���,
wlun ihc nun    who have    paid    good
money for useless "titles," wani to re-
TELEPHONES. cover,   the  governmenl   shelters  Itself
���    . ���. oo behind its privilege tin,I refuses 1o be
Business office     "
._ sued.  Aside  trom  iht.  hardship  to in-
Editorial  office     dividual*, ihe conducl  of the govern-
Manager's residence    277 ment is evidently of a kind to do grea1
���   ~~~~ jnju,,v to iiu- interests of the country.
There is no doubl about the vast rich-
^ggjgP1 ^ Qf thege iandSj    Bj   retardlng the,r
������ " "*""~ development   the  governmenl   is   very
WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1906. seriously checking the progress of the
  province; bin thai is nol the worst feature (,t' 'lu- matter. Confidence in the
THEN    AND    NOW. good   rai|1,   of    tl)|.   provinCe     will   be
We   hear  ii   said  occasionall)   thai shaken.  Iiriiish and foreign  investors
iiu- government of the Dominion lakes cannot be expected to follow the sinu-
more money out of the pockets of thejositles    of   our provincial  politics or
people than their predecessors did. The to discriminate  very clearly   between
people iurn    in more revenue   to lhe one class of investment  and another.!
treasury   of  the   Dominion,  certainly; L,i  it   be noised abroad among lnves-
but does ih,, governmenl "take it oui tors  that   these  Kootenay  coal  titles
of their pockets?" There are two ways an-  unsound,  and   the  l-l,;l'   brand  of
in which revenue   may   lie   increased, "unsound titles" will be put  upon all
On,- is hy raising th,- rate of taxation; British Columbia investments.
the oilier is by Increasing the prosper-      Nor can the government plead that
Ity ,,f th,- country.   The McBrlde gov- unexpected complications have arisen,
ernmenl adopted the former plan, and sine- ii  was warned   in advance   that
does thereby "take money out of lhe its action would  result  exactly as ii
pockets of the people." The Dominion has  resulted.  Over and  over again    it
government, on th,, contrary, decreas- was pointed oui. when the government
,d ih,- rate of taxation. True, they did announced what it was pleased to call
increase the rate on spirits and tobac- iis  policy as  to the disposal of these
co, bin  lhal  is the only increase. The lands,  that  lb,,  course it  proposed to
customs rale is lower than it was   in lake must result  in delay of develop-
1896.    Had ii   been lhe .same, the rev- ment   and   confusion   and   strife  about
enue for last year would have been $5,- titles.    Bul it would noi be warned,
uu,,,,iuu more than it  was.   So that in-      lie ii  remembered   also ihat this is
st,:id of taking money out. of Uie pock- the government which bas been taxing
ets of the people,  they, so to speak, people to death and starving the coun-
pul live million dollars into their pock- iry    by    withholding   needed    public
eis.      This on  the  customs    revenue, works, pleading thai  its lirst duly was
Then the cost <,f postage has been re- to  equalize  revenue  and   expenditure.
duced���:;:', per cent, on domestic let- in these Knot, nay coal and oil lands
t,-rs; GO per cnii. on letters to Great i: had a property which, properly han-
Britaln ami other parts of ih,- empire, died, would by this   time have   been
Thai  means another million or so in pouring money  by the hundred thou-
th,- pockets of the people, Again, al- sand into the provincial treasury. As it
though 'he gross national debt is larg- is,  while a comparatively  paltry sum
,-r   (ihe   increase   I'or   lhe   whole   ten has   been   realized,   we   have,   instead
years, however, is less than the aver- of a rapidly growing industry, tht. ar-
age yearly Increase under Conservative resl of development, and the certainty
rule), the debt per head of Ihe popula- of endless trouble and  confusion be-
tion- ihe proportionate debt���is small-, fore the matter is finally adjusted.   It
er.    How then, it may be asked, noes is certainly most, exasperating to the
ii  happen, if ihe rate of taxation has taxpayer that, while he is compelled to
been lowered, thai tin- revenue has so dig  ever  deeper  and  deeper  into  his
largely   Increased?  In  tin-  firsl   place, pocket  to satisfy the demands of the
Ihere has been a  Very considerable in- treasury, the natural resources of Ihis
crease in population.    In Hie    second "glorious province"���those sources of;
place,  it,ere  has  been  a   UH,  per ceni. wealth  which  are  the heritage of the
increase in   trade���170   millions   last people���should be squandered, thrown
year as against 221 millions in th,. last, away,   by   incompetent   and   Inept   ad-1
year of Conservative nil,-. In the third ministration of public affairs.
place there has been a large increase 	
in  revenue oilier than taxation.    The      Sir ('has. II. Tupper, when in Mont-
Charge against  th,. governmenl  of tak- rea] the oilier day, was eloqueni in his
ing more money out  of the pockets of denunciation of lhe "extravagance" of
the people is jusl  as ridiculous, just the  government;   bul   quite forgot  to,
as stupid, as would be a similar charge mention thai  he had duly drawn his
against a merchant who. by lowering own allowance of $;; :>oo or so, under
his prices and Improving liis methods, llu, iU,t of iast session.
Increased bis trade. 	
In the co s on
i nh  >,;  ti, ���
^���iver. ae drawback with which
. r ha i    had to contend
:.-  tie ic�� ,,i' a  supply of good,
'..Tier Fraser Is a fli
chap in many ways, bu whi n 11 i
to ihe supplying of good water tor
household purposes he has his limitations. Ry the way, his worship, the
mayor, is to be congratulated on the
good work ii,. has done in bringing
this project to the brink of realization.
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For Bachelors Only.
The man who avoids matrimony on
account of the cares of wedded life rivals the wiseacre who Secured himself
against corns by having his legs amputated.
It is in life as i: is with a (cite; (1
will not lly very high unless it has
siring tying it down. And .so the man
who is tie,', down by half a dozen responsibilities and their mother wi
make a higher and si longer Might than
the bachelor who, having nothing to
keep him -steady, is always floundering in the mud.
.Many men think themselves self-
made who an- nally marriage-made.
Napoleon won his great victories
while Josephine was his wife, ami
while l,e ],,\,. i her, Bismarck ami Dis
raeli, who for thirty years were the
com rolling powers in European politics, both owned thai ihey owed their
success io their wiv, s.
Don't marry for beauty alone. Socra-
t( s called 1,,-auty "a shon-lived tyranny," and Theophrastus pronounced 11
"a silent, cheat." The man who marries for beauty alone is as silly as the
man who would buy a house because
it had fine flowers in the front garden.
Brown  6now.
"Confound you," said the manager,
af the end of    the snowstorm scene.
"What on earth do you mean by mal
ing the snow out of brown paper?"
"Ain't  the    scene   laid in London?
asked the property man?"
"Yes but whal of that?"
"Well,  that's  the  color    of London
snow!"
Northern Pacific i
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
JAND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to al] European 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. A. G. P. A
Threatened with a deficit, the mem-
SOME PERTINENT FACTS. bers  0f  the  governmenl   of  Western
Replying to Mr. Foster, in the bud- Australia have- cut $1,000 each off their
get  debate, Mr. Paterson put a loi   of own   salaries,   by   way   of   helping   to
filing facts and figures into very brief keep the exnenditure within the rev-
qpmpass.    Her,  is an exl raci from lb.- eime.   This instance of effort to nianii-
���   ort: factUTc  a   surplus   is  respectfully   iv-
"Mr, Poster had criticized the tinan- ferred   to   Premier   McBrlde   and   his
ce minister for not saving in years o1 finance minister.
,���   -   ��� This,   Mr,   Pa   r on  con- ���    - 	
tended, had   gen done,   because   while The bill to compel the proper label-
ther,. had only been   an Increase   of lng of all bottles of "patent" medicines
t 15,000,000 in the dria since 1896, which contained dangerous drugs, was
for ererj  year of eighteen while the "smothered" In the legislature al    Al-
Conservatives directed    affairs   there bany, N. Y.. pretty much In the same
had been an Increase ot $6,000,000. As fashion as a similar bill was done to
to the conditions in il,,   Yukon, , very- death al the last session of the legisla-
on,-  knew  placer  mining  was noi  as ture al Victoria.   If the medicines are
prosperous as ii had been; perhaps 1! half as powerful as those who manu-
was over-governed, lie kmw ihat the facture them appear to be, one would
presenl minister of the interior bellev- do well to us,, them with caution,
ed it could be governed with fewer of __?_________-___-=_=
lieials. and was dealing with thai mat- "The nations of the world will look
ter now. He was glad Yukon railway to Western Canada to learn the ways
had I,,-, n referred to. Ther, was no so- of peace." That is the bouquet which
called Bcandal al the presenl day de- a New York paper throws across the
noiineod wiih greater vigor than had International line. The occasion is a
been thin agreement, Years had pass- note of the discussion as to the main-
cl, the opposition bad blocked the tenance of the Mounted Police force.
scheme .as a steal and corruption. (The now thai the Northwest Territories
senate, which ihen had a Conservative have become provinces. The paper
majority, killed the bill.) Not one ceni Irom whieh We quote advises their re-
was 1o hav,. been given. As lo the land lenlion as the certain way for the mw
thai was to hav,. been given, he veil- provinces to keep the high repiltalioit
lured to say no syndicate would now as law abiding countries which the ter-
give fifty million cents for it and not rltories gained.
have to build any railway. Th�� hill had j -
not hft'n re-lntroduced, because no Aside from Hi,. Importance to the
man or sot of men would have taken city of the establishment her,- of the
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points,
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific a:td O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage f'lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
Nemo
WITH   MAPLE  SYRUP
Nemo
WITH CREAM AXD SUGAR
Nemo
WITH  STRAWBERRY  SYRUP
Nemo
WITH FRUIT
Nemo
THE PERFECT FOOD
I
SOLD BY
ALL
UROCERS
B.K. 10SS
l-HMII
INDUST
Fresh Water Port
The City of New
Westminster
OFFERS THE
Best Facilities on
the Pacific Coast
IOOI,
Leave
Day Train             Arrive
9.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m.
 Rossland    4.10  p.m.
9.40 a.m.
 Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
General Passenger Agent
the contract on tho 1,-rms they exacted. As to the White Horse Railway,
built  without  Canadian aid, ll  was    a
I
Westminster    Pipe Co.'s works,    the
undertaking will be one of great value
if it  is successful In Instilling a good
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
TIIE 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
I if, section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,   Folders, or  any
further  information  call  on  or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
"The Milwaukee"
'"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
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.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. They protect
their trains by the Block System.
Connection made with all transcontinental lines' in Union Depots.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St., cor Alder. Portland, Or.
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.
FOR
All Kinds of Manufacturing Enterprises
Information can be obtained from
A. E. WHITE,
Secretary Board of Trade,
OR
W. H. KEARY,
Mayor City New Westminster
mursuay   ..\    i._�� | i_.a |   o.al i _.�� ,
City 1 Imlts Una���Korvico Trom
Kfirvir��   Vin *{,..
���   Y 30, 190��
THE DA1L>   NEWS
Saie by i~l. T. KIRK, Hardware and Tinsmithing.
Sec Those Stock Patter
ns in
Dinncrwarc
To Be Cleared Out At
Cost Price
The City Grocery,
Telephone 97.       ....
ADAMS & DEANS    I
Eaton- Hurlbut's
Writing Paper and Envelopes
ind  at   the highest point in High-class
Stationery on this continent.   A shipment is
���.-.' 0] _n for inspection at
MACKAY'S
BOOK and STATIONERY STORE
Cylinder
Washer
any-
:ling.
'I.   re is n,    :     ,  of using any
���ip and  water.
Anytl     .        ���:'.  the  fin
and lace eurta   - I iviest
. ^   without  " ���       fhtest
injur ���   .  rp to 25 ]
n 5 1   - '       tea better and
ban   by   the  harsh  and
rub I oard metfa, ���:.   VVe
���i -     irry the Kn    -11 and
��� -Tick in
���      '    - -  ������������ :
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
_3BEg��r��T��r��yfr>-y-^^
Not on Top, But Still in the Ring.
House Cleaning Time
���. need a carpet.   We r .      I       pr  d   ft    ange of
gi irantee I i   ive you money ���
n anv other place.
I and laid for one dollar a    ird inland relayed i yard.   We
indtl    finest show r         ind the
. ��� before j lacing your
W. E. FALES,
'���'. unbij, s-.    Poor Floors.     Rest Extension, Front Street.
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DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest   Stock   in  the  City.
Mounted     in   any   Style     you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
��� DIAMOND S ,   The Jeweler,      -      Columbia St
SAPPERTON!
Must   be   sold immediately
8n, ��� 6-roomed hone, well situated, new ��^tt^e^��ta-^
smal] ,,   t,i;....(,m chftnc��.fOT employe* m mill. Only S650.
Columbian  cottaire  4 rr,���m,, *ith about 21-2 acres ���t  grtrand
rraWe fru:- S ��.     1   ��������� re ,i���,,ttl. -y at our office.
M.|A      1      W       I       0r Real Estate.  Fire A Life Insurance
CLeOd,    Mark   &   tO.,        TA 273.       Near Tram Office
PbO i_3. ���
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tiding
lers for 1 -ma
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:  this city.
ice cream at the Star
ry next to] . barber
shop. ���
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tis home at   B   in
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the R   '���'��� -'-���'   ���   "     R. M itheson.
. . port
ia with
���.'. merchan-
- ag whi h  was
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-A estniin.-:,.f   Frail   con
���noon    on    the
Beaver,  in the shape    of    a
ed.    1      R
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.ti   Peck,   pr >vi inspec-
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M.    and Mrs. J.  9 i i '.'���
Saskatch
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topolltan.   Mr. Sawyer has bought
I      rale i .    -  - -
:. ��� - He
is   1      l ������'..: .   :.  - :.   ng    "'.  "
.
son las ; al
I drill ani     sing
Mr.  Cool -
out was most ered ad th
ag i -:.me wh(_
once
:: -   Dr. W.
A.   Adams  of  Dewdn
.
friends ar-
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-
W. E.  V
the fui -       ots.
officers   '
.     S      -7, 1     ���   O. F. or.   '-.
N  GL, A. P.
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ard il
��� ... on Mor. :
I. at 2
ei ir. t the - ������������ ��� co.--
id the _
until
the ci".y -his morning from Bon:
of cereals for the Brackman-Ker company   from    their  mi   J
aamei ad about eight  hundred
-   ol  hay   for  the same company
trom   the   bay.     When     Hearing    the
. _  of the  Prase* a  nor.. I   -
_  .     sprang up and caused the
of about six hours in ::
��� mouth.
The election    of officers    for ;.
_���.  No. h. Knights of Pythias, on
���a   follows-.
Chancellor Command-.-     A.    W.    Mc-
Y:,v-C_ance!ior.     Grit.    Johnstone: Prela-e. Thos. ackera-M   Mt-
I  Work, W.  Iteming:   Master of
Finance. Geo. Blaketey: Master of Ex-
- .. Keeper o:  Be-
- lis, F    I.  '.. -���        U
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.  Thursday, June  14,    afternoon
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Cam
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thoroughly   whi
have ;
le.    Tne
mt 1 :.
0.   For-,--,   who   W
-.vashing,   having   a
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who j
med   over   nigh-   in   the   :ock-up!
magii John
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"���'-���' -.     W.   Brown'.-      was '
-    two    hours   in   ������
New   W
off his fee if he
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The steamer ]
and
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Rev. Cald ' I :.     nan; B.
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Langley.
Captain   Wi ...    ol
minsl :���   B Brigade  yesterda;    : --
lai
wh i -.- ... .  tnaimo
Boys' Band on ^ the;
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In the
i tO  1
New  Wes
way  in  which   the
-
-   some  of
-vhich
itly ap-
i boys
<_-
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Faij   to    F'nd   Johns;-.
i Gillis - re-
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gone       -.   and
.   :.. ....
searcl
latest    news
I  of Johr.- thai  .:   -
:^r had  --   ..  him  getting    ::  a
t Wood - :.    ling
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and M th
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Pups   Rsstcrsd   to   Bey.
Th ���        .'. i, who s
--'. on Co.    .
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aorning I '   ���"
no tl
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BEAUTIFUL!
HANDSOME!
en that el
Dresser, Chiffonier and Brass Bed
in our show window ? Its a beauty. The best ever. Let us
whisper ir, the ear of the seeker after the most beautiful and
lasting furniture-Its a Bargain! Good honest workmanship
and in fact a magnificent outfit.
$115.00
The Three Pieces   for Only
Regularly Worth   S135.00.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 to  241   Front   Streets,   Dupont   Block,
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j Our Knowledge
: Is Not for Sale
We don't charge extra for it. Our contracts
show that we are masters, thorough in even*
detail   of work,  workmanship and material.
: HARDMAN & BRYSON
See us before vou let your work.
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To Rent
Fu Vl~.   per   month,  with   piai      V
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On ing, one a       rton.    All  modern
(9-00 per month.
!T.
R.
PEARSON,
Co
lumbia
St.
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ICE   NOTICE.
We teg to notify dot friend gene illy   that    ire
gaged Mr. D. McFadden     ..   ..  - been _aa for the put
two years, to deliver ice for as again th ss the weather
;..  nnfaToral   ��� y  i ma    es         t r -.'.'. froa iinu about the first
)f the month, - ters y,: place with
you may re?.-        erred n
1 he B.C. Packers Association
Pkone 156     New Westminster. B.C.
^���Tason   to   Appear   Again.
A'.'.      - a U> now
in ci: - ' -. .--..-..
targe    by  the
_t Vaaco :
... I   I   ���
���-....
espe-
_B    "ran^:
from the   local
I aa    case, an order
from the judge would be all that would
brt neces.       I > procure possession of
i -   eraoa    Mason is dn�� to make his
fourth   I Tr.ce in th* police court
on Frida
        o	
Sanoagged and  Robbed.
Dun: .   r,   ���   C.   P.   R.   ::r
ras aaad    - - s
B, si  M '���--��� laj   r...-.-.-     I- is re-
i.der   was   found
unconscious in the C. P. R. yards not
!   liter h? had been asaulted.    His
i are           led to have been
CMMer Hhres in Vaicouver.
 __,-,	
Coughs Up Tooth.
���..ing been pronounced an incurable vio'-.m of consumption by R;--
slan    and    London    tpecLm-Ests,    Miss
m was    saved,
Maple Leaf Tennis
and Lacrosse Shoes
Represents the acme of Perfection in
athletic footwear. They are made over
all styles of footform lasts and come in
either Tennis or Oxford cuts. For durability, grace and comfort "Maple LeaF'
outing shoes have no equals. Ask for
them at your dealers.
J. LECKIE CO*, LTD.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
from-:  i  - Barrtatrarg physician.
I m  her left  '.ung    a
tooth,   which.
iown her throat by  a
k:--.:r,   -  Idler    ir.    a    massacre    in;
which h--r parents were kille 1. ��� I
delphia North American.
Fire at Kitimatt.
Th- Indian Girls' Home at Kitimatt
was totally destroyed by fire on Sunday last, and many of the children are
practically homeless. The loss is estl-
f_   00. News of the fire was
.at  by  passengers arriving from
Kitimatt   ,,n  the   steamer  Tees.    The
home, which was a three-storey struc-;
ture, was bu:':"  r Kittonat  i few years!
ago, and was controlled by the Meth-!
, hurch. It is understood that insurance amoun'ing   to   about   |1.M.
was carried on the building* and con-
Lents. There were about 36 girls in the
home,  which  was   ia  ch    -      I  Mils
Long ani Miss Jackson.
Lost���May -i   in or near New \v:^-
minster     ct;:.- ��� 11.  i      baa:
sachei    containing with  7 -
cents    change,   gold   brac-'.-t,    n I
other small articles.    Finder pleas ;
leave a- this office. MMt
Land for Sale
I have ninety acres of land for sale
a" Port Kells. seventy-flv- acres of
rich bottom land secure above highest
freshet. Fif'e-n acres of bench land.
good trsft land Pries $2,700, half cash.
:j ilance to be arranged. At the east
nl of "he land there is a saw mill going up. The Great Northern Railway is
West ^r.d. This is the eh,-1
buy in this district. Apply
JOHN  CREAN,
Guichon Hotel. THE DAILY NEWS',
WEDNESDAY. MAY
1906.
��� ���������<
:Sporting News*
*4 fcjt^
and Comment.        *
���
:
Games for Half He   days.
'     -      v. I
es pla,
���
series of g
h_e fir-
ball match al Queen's park on Wednesday n, it.  , -,  tean s have n
!. bul it b that i:
. th< m,
:. ;  their clerks.    There is g
\: lal on both sides, and a tasl gam<
should be put up teaans.   Tho
following week, a lacrosse match will
bi  played, and so on alternately.
Cricket enthusiasts are al
lng    for   a match   to he   played
against   Vancouver eleven, but r,
has been set for this match.
And in
-
���  -  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
straight n
 O _���
Moral,'.*     -  T��
Ton   to, 29.���Summons
...
.
-
-
Ambitious Duncans.
Says   ihi   C w i( ban   1.- a Ur:       The
ntervteWed
Mr. ii -  on Wi Inesday last re
subui      . train run as far
- station     -      I of stopping, as
i- does now. ai Shawnigan Lake. Some
_ represen - �����      made and
a i immitt, c  appointed to draft a let-
��� i  so thai  Mr. Goodfellow could pul
the  matter before his  company  in  a
.-.:.   SS   - ....  "
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be piir-
d at $10 per acre for soft coal
and $j-o for anthracite. Not more
cres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of -iooo
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
Ot'ARTZ���Persons      of     eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates  pr0spected, an area
may obtain entry lor a mining loca-  sucn   period   as   he
tl0n- length of which shall not exceed three
A free miner's certificate is granted t;nlcs tne breadth. Should the pros-
for one or more years, not exceeding pector discover oil in paying quan-
five, upon payment in advance of $7-50 titles, and satisfactorily establish such
per annum for an individual, and from  discovery, an area not exceeding 640
giving notice and paying a fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A certificate that work has been
not. the claim shall be deemed to be
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
of 1920 acres for
may   decide,   the
�������� '.I
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. VV. & Y. RY.
No. 2 Team Wins.
Tht. occupants of No. 1 and No. *
dormitories of the Columbia college
raked up two scrub teams yesterday
afternoon and played a gam< of lacross, . ' Qu, n's park I
hour. A despei t< struggle was wag L
but the weight of the men from .,0.
! 1 i   victory over theli   1 <;>-
and gan     ended in their
favor -    ire of 5 e     - I
Fight   Postponed.
:        lelphla,    Pa.,    M 29.���The
fighi      ���   -v- en   B as   and
Tommy    Burn-   .
:
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $S.
At least ?ioo must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey Any available Dominion Lands with-1
made and upon complying with other ln the Rai]way Belt in British Colum-
requirements,   purchase   the   land
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and the remainder af the
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
Dept. Interior.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Dailv j NEW
Leave' WESTMINSTER
9:20am Blaine, Belling-]
4:35 pm ham      Burling-
[ton, Mr. Ver-
jnon, Everett,
Seattle and
[Portland.
4:35 pm Spokane, St.
|Paul and all
points East.
9.2U am Anacortes,
' Woolley, and
Rockport.	
3:00 pm Vancouver
9:35 pmj
Daily
Arrive
iTOU pm
9:35pm
3:00 pm
3:00 pm
9:20 am
|4:35 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.
Barnes   Defeats  Athertcn.
lass.,    May    29.���Jim
S feated   Ed
in  .;  wr< -��� Ing
eighi champion-
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In   I -  minui -
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Eastern   League.
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Do You Need a |
Set of
at
$1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
, Minister of the Interior to locate
| claims containing iron and mica, also
j copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2l/2 per cent, of the sales
of the  products  of   the   location
bia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the   extent  of  one-quarter   section   of
160 acres, more or less.
���p
Entry  must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-
Canadian
Pacific
Railwav Company
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The    Law    of    Politics.
politics -   : .        to
��� 1    ���   lom   I   has Its
- -    rnal as the law
d .   as  Inexoi ible  as
���. By obedience  i
.:,    or a political
to  sti ength  and  useful-
gard for thai law,
��� -.v wide the circuit or how
I, a Is in the end to de-
. John Morley quoted
.:,, *, a worthy statemenl
v of polli [cs:    "Things   are
��� h, lr consequt nces will
���'��� I I be; why then should
elv, 3?"
.    Mr, Morley   said    he
In ci I ��� .1 in I, 1 ters
���.-.-   mce to every par-
empire,    The
���   lon and  warning
the iiriiish house
10 ' Bighted de-
' id    of life, and
1 tl     ���    en
1: ���.-.   gr, al
Britain
of the
��� 1 Ime    :, 3
ifflc, Mr.
���   to   India,
to know,
need Bri-
ive   the
- ��� : tain! ���
��� ol politics,
na-
!, in the
\\
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���    1 Ivlng
notion thai
hey cou
������ of things;  h i1
ere is
''    ., ...
..  consequences
are, and not
:.    tO
to pr,       ip.
I    ' he lm-
d  minanl
lubllc    policy.    Th.
lOlitlCS
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all es
pcrtuni :,, th,   li,   airei     By thai  He
some of Cai
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WE GUARANTEE TO FIT YOU
OR      REFUND     YOUR
MONEY.
Read Our Prices
Why Pay More?
A full set of teeth $5.00
Gold fillings $1.00
Bridge work, per tooth . . . .$5.00
1 -     I crowns  $5.00
Sil ������ r fillings      50c
Platlna fillings   $1.00
uos- te, th r, store l by   artifl-
��� :     Itutes.
Bridge woi k Is the most dur-
of  all   Dental   work.    Our
bridge work is 22k,   Guaranteed
for  10 years.
All om- work guaranteed for
10 years with a protective guar-
antee,
The Boston
Dentists, ft
Hours li a, 1:1. to 8 p. m.
Remember the place.
*
407  Hastings  St.  W. Vancouver.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
PROFESSIONAL
erally are 100 feet square, entry lee
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being 100
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yu-
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or  mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
kon Territory-A free miner may ob-   may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
tain only two leases of five miles each ' th�� said Ia"d;       .
for  a  term  of  twenty  years,  renew-,     Slx months  notice in writing should
able in the discretion of the Minister; be given to the Commissioner of Do-
of the  Interior minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
The lessee's right is confined to the | to aPP'y for Patent.
submerged beds or bars of the river
below anv low water mark, and sub-
Double Through Fast Train Service Daily with Dining Cars,
Sleepers and Tourist.
Atlantic Express leaves at
PL\CEr'VMINING���Manitoba andlform the conditions connected there-! 7:25, Connects With trains for
the N. W. T��� excepting the Yukon with under one of the following plans. Seattle and Eastern Canada,
Territory: Placer mining claims gen-      (O At least six months   residence     , ..,     -i.     ��� t   v  J.
upon  and  cultivation  of the  land in , aiSO \\ im   SieamClS   HI   r Oil
each year for three years. William.     Imperial Limited
(2) If the father (or mother, if the  leaveg at tf-gQ
father is deceased) of the homesteader   ���
ror rates and other particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
Xew Westminster,
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
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 Juno 23rd.
For other dates and rates apply to
ED. GOULET,
0. P. K. Agent.
New  Westminster.
Royal Bank
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve 33,437,162
Total   Assets $_b,3/i.r>/b.
Branches and correspondents in
all the principal cit;-*s ot the world.
General   banking business transacted.
SAVINGS  DEPARIMfeN r.
1   opens nn account.    Interest added
talf yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
)pen   Saturday   nights   Trom  a  to  9
o'clock
NEW
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
j claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
j length, measured on the base line or
I general direction of the creek or
j gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 fect. All other placer claims
I shall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing no-
I tices. Entry must be obtained within
I ten days if the claim is within ten
I miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each addi-
1 tional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
I claim must hold a frce miner's cer-
: tificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of 1000 feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on thc out-:
; put on which no royalty shall be
! charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
I Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the;
i value of the gold shipped from the
' ject to the rights of all persons who
'have, or who may receive entries for |
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of  the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
fcr.
bar  digging
s or
bench claims, except
Martin, weart & McQUARRIE,
*��* barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: Now Westminster, Trapp Blk..
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Van,ouvcr, rooms 21 to 24, 446 Gran-
vilie street. Joseph Martin, K. c��� j.
W. Weait, W. <:. McQuarrie, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wijl he in the
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon
All kinds
work.
Ship and
a specialty.
Estimates
UOWAY,   REID  &   HOWES,  Barrls-
ters,   solicitors,   etc.,   42   Lome
street,   opposite   Court   House,   New
;' " tminster.   J. 11. Bowes, P. O. Box
-��4],
w
iiteside & edmonds, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia Btreet, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
It. .1. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor of the .supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce build-
in::, Columbia sheet, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
loan.
IIEOROE K. MARTIN, Barrister and
*"* Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum-
bia and McKenzle streets, New Westminster, B. C,
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a pei son or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at thc rale of two ryishetl
land a half per cent, collected on the i
output after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of live miles each may be
i granted to a free miner for a term of
1 20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the !
submerged bar or bars in tlie river
; below low water mark, that boun-
| dary to bc fixed by its position on the
1 1st day of August in the year of the
1 date of the lease.
The   lessee   shall   have   one   dredge
j in   operation   within   two  years   from
I the date of the lease, and one dredge
' for  each   live  miles  within  six  years
from such date.    Rental $100 per mile
Yukon  Territory  to  be  paid to  the
comptroller.
No frce miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same mincr may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
frce miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the  same   creek,   gulch   or   river,   by
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VAUX,
Assistant Gcn'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. c.
of Ship repair
Scow   Building
promptly |fur-
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Elyhtti St., New Westminster, B.C.
WESTMINSTER   bKANCH
F.  B.   Lyle,  Manager.
Bank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Incorporated   by  act   or   parliament
CAPITAL (All paid up).. .$h,ijiiii,i:i)I)
RESERVE  FUND $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona nnd Mount
Royal,  G.C.M.C:,.. .Hon  President
Hon. Sir G. A. DrummoncI, President
E.   S.   Clouston,   Vice  President  and
General Manager.
Artistic
Effects
in home decoration need not be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
for furniture and pictures, can be
hnd at reasonable prices if you call
.... at ... .
HUDSON'S
Wall   Paper   Store
Sixth Street.
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities
in Canada, in London, Eng., Now
York, Chicago, and st. .lonn, Nfld.,
and correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dept.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G. D.  Brymner, Manager.
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
j Merchant Tailor j
Columbia Street.
Full lino of English,, Scoten and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always ln slock
Spring stock now In.    Muiie vour
selection. _      i L; . ,^jV
Canadian Pacific Railway Ce,
British  Columbia  Coast Lin
Service.
TBME TABLE
(Subject to change witnoui   Il0Uce.
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice
Leaves Vancouver    M 1
28th. aa<l
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTL-
ROUTE. &
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daih   ,���  ,   ,
���
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Rithet
Leaves New Westminster at 7 ,,
on Wednesday and Saturdaj
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Sat
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Sat!
urday at 2:30 p, 111.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on H
7th, 19th and 20th of each momh for
Ashousit and way points; leaves Vic
toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatslno ana
way points. Leaves Victoria ou 20t_
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatslno.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New  Westminster on Monday,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,  Th
and Friday at 3 p. m. and Saturday
at _ p. m. with additional trip on
day at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tue
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturd
7 a. m.;  Friday at 0 a. in. additional
trip Saturday 5 p.  m.
UPPER   FRASER   RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m,
Mondays,   Wednesdays  and  Fri lays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tu,
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   callii .
landings  between   New   vv,   ���
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN   B. C.  ROUTE.
S.   S.  Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd
and  icth  of each   month,  calling at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella 1
on second trip. Time on arrlvi
departure  are   approximate.
For   reservations   and   Inform
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
.1. W. TROl ,".
General Superintendent, Victoria,
W. H. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New Westminster.
Trains & Steamers
C. P. R. MAIN LINK.
Leave New Westminster 7.:'.", daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 d I
Arrive   New  Westminster  10.30  d    ..
Arrive  New  Westminster 19.10 dally.
0. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. W. 7.1'.",, Ar. Seattle 15.60.
Lv. Seattle,  12.30;   Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. It. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.   W.   9.15,   10.30;  19.10.  20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SFECL-L.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. in.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle I p.m,
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. in., ar. N. W. 9.35.
p.m.
V., AW & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. w. 3 p.m. and 9.35 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver S.35 a.m., and I p.m.
G. N. It.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon 2.10 p.m.; ar. N. W.
9.35 p.m.
Mondavs onlv.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 0.50, 1
and 8 a. 111., and every half hour there-
after till 11 p. m,
Lv.  Vancouver  tor  Westminst,
same hours.
Fraser River nrcdGuif
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frld. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 s.m.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVE It.
Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sal. and Sun.,
8 p. in.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 11.111.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Erf 6 a-m-'
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rithel ���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. -1 a.m-
Mail Service
Close.     Received,
Seattle, via Siinias.K) pm.
Sap'n ft Millside. .10.00 p.m. L0.30
Vancouver 10.00p.m.   9.00a.w.
Cloverdale, Blaine, nn   _.
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45 a.m. 8.30p.m-
Van. & Cent. Park...l0.30 a.m.   Zp.ro.
Victoria 10.80 a.m. 10.00a.m.
East  Burnahy  LIB   1-20 I1"'-
Steveston. etc.... 1.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Easl, via C, P. R...4.46 pm.
Easl, via C. P. R,.10.00 p.m.
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m.
Van. ft Burnaby..8.80 p.m.
Tlmberland, Tues.,
Friday  12-00 m,
S.20 p.m.
ni.
7.10 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
7.10 r-ffl-
6.00 p.m-
12.00 m.
luursuay
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1 '     ' , . ' #   City I Imlts Line��� Morvico ri-<-��m
the
ttrtrWP
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L'nil.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
r, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
of    this
I  |       ���.  rlnea,
,'clock p. 1     I
;.,,,,,i,      Sojourning
ord ill    invited i i i
i
I, .  \v. A.  DeWoll   Smith,
f,    tl
JUNE WEDDING
until
LOVELY
CHINA
BSG WANTS STRING ill WITNESSES
IN THA1N ROBBERY CASE
LOST
name
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him her,
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OlOMON LODGE, NO. 17, A.
'     t,    ,.-, guli     communi, i
re held on the
i    each  month  In
at 8 p. in.   Visit-
co  Iii I    Invited
I,. w. Gilchrist, B,
-AT-
To Let���1
....   | ...
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McQuai
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WItn
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i the
old
onVAL CITY  PRECEPTORY, No. 459
'��� ��� eel ���  second  an I
,.������!���],    nun,,',,      nt    k
of each  month.
i  orange  hall, eon,,:   oi 336 Hastings Street W
B
Of
and -lohn Btreet.   So.
v
W.
MOREY'S Q"UM' st.
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
Vancouver
'
Mac]              ��� the chest.
in Prii C                          by Mr.   M iclntyre,
1                               "S he did noi giv,  any de crlptl
In lots from 25 cords up. For| as Dunn.   Aboi Kamloops, but to the mall
apP'    '    "'    '" '"      '                   Dunn said h,   wan superinter              '���     lSiz.
SAN FRANCISCO SENDS
$3,000,000 TO NEV YORK
This   Trasfer   Is   Most   Important   Development  of   Day   on   a   Dull
Market.
Wanted -21    I Cord    o   ! I loci
:' er River   :       Ltd.
I
O.  box    1st,
��� renu
����F( I ommercial,  Pitman and Gregg Shi rt
1 ��� i api     an       -, ?ne, in
i< jvil. Marin sand   ta ioni ri I Coi
I HE BES1 of cours,       h    REST of
ti achi ���
en,      W, E. Dnnlop
I     Mai   Keg.
For Sale���Modern 7-roome    b<	
B 'n,    in   ',"<--    End; I no lots
an    : -     tree    Cheap. Appl.
X, thi    of! c,
LOYAL ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1150
���Meets I', Orange  hall  firs    an
,   in each month al 8 p,
: _re    ir   cordi   :
i    i    .'! itthias,
.   Humphries, Rec.'Sec.
Balariei
(eight)   and  the   BEST   of
i
FOR SALE���An invalid's chair.   \
Cor. Fourth  St,   in    Eli ?h1
0 0   F���AMITY  LODGE. No. 27���
of thi   lodge
Colum-
-.  ������    Mon la    evening,
al .     .   ,      !
: ,        Maj
I
A 0  (j   w��� FRASER  LODGE  No. 3
th,  first and third Tues
Vlsll
cordl ill It,    t,
A. O. U. V.. ball, Odd
Clarkson ti I I
ord,       Loui - Witt,
R. J. SPROTT, B.A., Principal,
H. A. SCRI\ . ,. .Principal
REFORM RESTAURANT
iarnarvnn St., between 10th and Mrlnnis.
Meal H
ihinese  Si
Prom 1 5c. up.
GIVE i .   A   . ,
:
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRE
AUCTION SALE OF NEW
WESTMINSTER CITY LOTS
corp the i i   .Yew
,1
lion 1,398 lo
.
,�� ta ig a numb
���Quieting Titles Act"
iam      ���    ��� h
FOSE  OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
115. SONS OF  ENGLAND.  B.  S.���
D, .���""   meel    Bi - - a,   a
V i dn   d i ���   of - ach month,
1    Hall, Columbia 81     i
White Rose Degree, Fourth
u    eacl   month, same
Vlsitini   B ���  hrei
E.  B.  Stinch-
.   :.   D   : ��� . ���- cretai
COURT BRUNETTE.  No. -4099,  I.O.F.
���Me ta the  Fourl h  Friday  In  the
o'clock,   ii    thi   small
Idfellows'    block       '    Itini
a are cordii       Inviti
B   Rushton, C. R.;  F. P.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES  McKAY,  Proprietor.
lm-,, ter and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Wi Ite for prices.
New  Westminster, B.
C.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 880S.
A. 0. F.���The regulai   me o
,i    I-   - ond
irth Tu I   moi tl
h    h    -i Idfellows' i:
Irethren an n
end    It C, Firth, ( . R,
;   '���    ,.    wel    Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE me i - ei v\ e lnesda>
: :.   p,   m.,  it,   Oddf,
streel      Visiting
Bre hren ar,      r lially invited to at
J. S. Brys ,n, S. C; .1. McD
Be
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
camp, 191.���Meets on the Firsl and
Third Tuesday of every month 'n
K. of p. Hall. John McNiven,
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Re<   S -
board of trade.���Xew Westmln-
Btei rd of  Trade  meels  in  the
R    ::    Cil i   Hall, as follows
��� ��� ���   i esday of each month,
meetings on the second
ly    of     February,    May.
nd November, ai  8 p. m.
' eetlngs    on    the   second
.'     Of      February.      Ne,v
: may   be   proposed   nnd
l any monthly or Quarterly
meeting.    A. ES. While, Sec.
STOP
and look at the fresh
stock of homemade candies fresh daily. Fruit
of all kind, Ice Cream etc.
Fresh Strawberries and
Pine Apple	
R. C. PURDY,
���; Tram Office, Columbia St.
S. G. TIDY,
 FLORIST
Plants and   Animals  of Jail   kinds,   cut
flowers ami floral designs,    Dahlias
50c per <",<-���/��� n.
Telephone A.184 or address 1th Avenue
and 10th Si reel.
��� h
will ti all lots
to  th, ,    deed warranting
the title.
upset price b i    been i      onlj
'
'     Il t  far
below the actual value o
A map showini h, ' ication
ich loi  offer, _ Eo   sale has been
pre]     '     C i     may 1
con suit, _   a    an i   ���������   ,, p.c,   ~^-    ~~
houi - may  also b,   ob-
i, . ,��� to the    i,:
'
sale  w place  In    th,
[all, at 1 p, m.
on  Friday, June  1.  1906.
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N.  H,  McQUARRIE,
T  ii   urer
5-19-8t.
���
; " I    hoi       vl     i was
he jail,
M brand wa ��� liis.
xamined   by   Mr.   M    I
���   ' -       said   riiiiin   had   B
thi a    Princ,    ��� .   H
"a   Edwards since   F, br
���:   of  him  probablj   two
md   had  seen   him  coming  to
mail.
Mr.  i, - ������ led, identified  the
i    on,.- found hobbled
the  <! - ihe robfr
rem
train v ,       ield up, wa   th, n ex-
ittention wa   I       Irawn
rinei r
���i   the
,,   and
,]
then desci
imlnation,
Mr. Macli
���'���      ' | who
���
"Tha-     is    n i
Let'    indersi ,,,,] ,iVi1;1, ..
a   ��� ;���     For    the life ol   i
know."
Mr. Ma - McQuarrie,
who  corroboral give]
al the prelimta ir -,-s l, adins
up   ���      I        ibbery,    The tall  roi '
fo    h   box,   McQuarrl
' t    ' ������      "The express box.   Ha ������
nol we gol th     ���   ���
ber ha : ��� ��� '
e  robl       asked San
Francisco   pouch   and   al -:e,l   a
-rl   cure.    A-   far  as
he knew the :������ I : one i ickage
of  registered   letters.    The  masl
��� h,   old  man -1   i ,]        md  he saw  an
Walter Willis, the other mail clerk,
New   York,   May  29
purt of actlvl b   open-
��� ocl   market sans
immer dull
i lon   ruled at times and
of   prices   was
was " mined and '   ' ' " '" >rrow's ho '
bear:-' ���    01   VlcQu accbunl
Pi was in i'1 languid  inter,.-:   in   the  mar-
relatin he tracking of the rob-
ted  when The court rose for     The o   ' 000 of Penn-
���    I      The   postoffice   stenographer s
to whom McuQarrie gav   the descrip
tion, was   I hed        from
coin-' moon.
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Van
AT THE  HOTELS.
F. V. Gulch -a   and    wife,
h     R, .1. Porter,  Vi,-toria:  R. 11.
Clarl -. al; ll. O   Lyall, Vancou-
���   v
���John  A.   Mclnnes,    Nlco
IJ
I     M PI     ' Uherl  Pat-
igo;    G-.   McC Van-
��� Duncan, I       Mead
B. Jamleson,    M H. Mlt, hell,
Ladner; B        Id B rurneau, I
mas.
\ lin ;ton, Belllngham; ;- I G ll.
Turn, r, Mal " Suma i; N.
J. Bu ' H F. Wilson,
iltlam; Samu, Cod
I don'l D ' : Blal H. G Mingo, Hatzlc.
.1. AV. Kerr, Central Park:
lly,   P.  .1.   Foulds,  Emil   Harjln,
Pea Moody; A. A. Walker, Hazelmere.
Cosmopolitan���D.  Robertson, West-
Island;     .1.  Sawyers    and    wife,
imln, Saskatchewan; C. J. Poth-
erglll,   Langley;   Sam Purdy, Vancou-
' ���-,-      Fisher, Victoria; William
b     ,n, Pitl River; C. Smith, Seattle; A. Stronger, Pitt Lake: A. M ith
ion   St.   Nnii's. X. S.
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Cream the purest at tho Westminster Creamery. *
Notice to Water Consumers
Tl  v       b,   turned  off
���:  8 a. m. rn io a, m. on Tue
will   only   ���
he city i   ->ve Third
...
W. A. DUNCAN,
Ciiy Clerk.
Belyea & Co.
General Hauling nnd Delivery,
Heavy  nauimg Our specatlty,
Wood and Coal
Dealers
Columbia St.. below Tram Office.
TelBDhona 160.
Carruthers Manufacturing Com y.
Manufacturers oi
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU , C.
Westminster
Transfer Co. F. CRAKE,
Royal City Fish Co,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Ciame In Season
We deliver fo all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News.
TTlim"HH-"IIIIIM-IIIIIWMIIIIII HI     I    III.III1MI
New Westminster, B. C.
m-HIUOJJUM.BU'.X.'ll
markel,
action   was largelj   conclu led   bj   the
i   ounts    and  iho
funds    remain   on with    the
iks.
The mosl importanl development of
I -day  was the transfei
'
'">".    This is the fi
he fulflllmenl
ly Indhlg, >l hope thai i would
o New York Immed
hen th
had demon
bundance of th        ovl ilon  mad ���
osltors,
���
the Ion
with n
of th, .,14 to
There wa     , lack of confidence
In  the  perman, In mon
day to day borrowing. The firmness of
tlme loans is Indicated bj 1,
��� ither  than  by incr, ased   1 ���-
; mand.
is practically no demand for
maturing   during   the
rlod of interior demand for
icy.    Ii   is   expected,  however,
tfter June 1 there will be cheaper
rale  for  money.
Prlc, very   well   maintained
today, in  spite of the lighl   demand.
Reading wa - still the principal feature
of  the markel   and  late in  the ,"t,Jr;.
was   a movement   in
St,  Paul, which  was associated  with
a favorable view of crop prospects.
The late advances were Well maintained an i   '          lng was steady and
dull.     Tina :                   irregular.    Total
sales   par    value    $2,295,000.    United
��� bonds w.-re unchanged on call.
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Graft    in    Germany. **
Berlin, May 26.���Uglj reports are ir.
' circulation In governmenl circles to
the effeel thai extensive scandals have
be< n unearthed in connection with the
conuuel of military operations in German Southwesl Africa. Tlu- government announc, ! Wednesday that the
budg, ipproprlation of 600,000 marks
($1,000,000) a month for- military necessities in Wesl Africa had been exceeded by as much again, because of the
actual reQuirements, but made public .
no details.
Mi mbers of the Reichstag informed
a correspondent the budget commission had received confidential Information thai practically all money recently appropriated for government
purposes in Wesl Africa has mysteriously disappeared. It, is unlikely the
can ',,na be concealed and when
they do come out, a tremendous sensation is Inevitable, because il will be
the firsl case on record of "graft" in
Germany, involving public officials.
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TAR
CANDY
FACTORY
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia  8t.
Baggn e dell        I
i .ii-i of il,e city,
proi   itij   i -, anj
Watchmaker and
JManufactvring Jeweler.
���; the purest  of pun- sweets
1111,1 invites the public to call
������nd see  the candy made
:
Light and Heavy Hauling
(iffieo 'Phone 185,
Itarn  rnone 1:17
QE
Acquired a through  knowledge of the
busine is in I n ��� land with 1" years  ex-
perienc -.   Later was 7 years mi	
of the v ati h  repairing  departmenl of
,j -,   Lyman    &   Co .    Montreal,
Henry Birl 's busini i   ��� lanagef part of
the time.
English,    Swiss,   American  and  all
^BRAL MACHTNbJ AND 1-NlilNE  complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
Westminster Iron Works
the
Fruit in Season,
experience in
andj   trade.
T'r"' proof of the pudding ia in
the eating.
Next Door DeGrey's Barber Shop.
H444-**** ��������������������*������������������ ���** t
J-HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, iikii'Wk and
STRUCTURAL [ROIN    WORK.
Ornamental' iron   worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Fir ��� Escapes, eto,
Mail orders and correspondence In
JOHN REID,
BEG3IK B'_'-U-J-T,
\>w Westminster, f. o. 474.
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doers from Geo. A-lams Grocery
Shingle and Saw Mill
achinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
Strike   in   Montreal.
Mon!real.  May  29���Over two    hun-
-lers  employed  by  the Do-
mii'lon  Transport company  are on a
for increased wages.
 o ���
Tsde Tab!e   Fraser River
For Week Ending June 3.
NEW WESTMINSTER	
.... CALL ON....
r.A-Muir&Co,
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
fffjftdjj
aST*! t fl_
wtTpB^L 2 1
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IB BL   ftjfj       T*^sm.m
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Mi\
hami|y Trade a Sped
Th- 113.
NEW
alty.
Office,  Eighth  Street,
WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster, -   - B. C.
You Buy "B. C."
or "OH Sport" Cigars
Yon do the wise thins. Iti tempting
flavor will surely win your favor. Manufactured by���
WH.BERG & WOLZ.
Factory and otrtoe, Brine nioclc,
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Beginning February 15, '06
Through
Tourist
Sleepers
-   -   -   Every Day in the Year   ���   -   -
Between Seattle and Chicago
-VIA THE-
Great Northern Railway
The Comfortable Way" Route of the Famous Onental Limited
'���X'l.
For detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
High
Dale Water
Time
Monday   ...." ;    OS
| 23.10
Tuesday    | 8.15
| 23.50
Wednesday    |     9.35
I
Thursday    |      0.30
| 11.15
Friday    | 1.10
| 13.05
Saturday    |     1.46
| 14.35
Sunday    I 2.26
I 15.-,:,
Low
Water
Time
;;.ir,
1G.55
i.i:,
17.40
5.50
18.00
7.00
ls.:,o
8.1!
L9
9.15
20.20
8.35
���11.25
SAN ll  HEADS.
Date
Monday   .,
Tuesday ..
Wednesday
Thursday
HiRh Water Low Water
Time  H'ght
0.11
22.27
7.34
23.09
8.54
23.49
10.30
Friday    | 0.28
| 12.25
Saturday   ...| 1.06
| 13.57
Sunday    | 1.44
I 15.08
10.1
12.4
9.0
12.4
9.1
12.:',
8.8
12.4
8.9
12.6
9.7
12.8
10.6
TimejHght
3.15
14.26
4.10
15.13
5.19.
16.05
6.17
17.04
7.09
18.11
7.56
19.19
8.40
20.22
9.1
2.5
9.2
3.1
8.6
3.S
7.7
4.6
6.6
5.4
5.2
6.0
3.7
6.6
.tdt^ THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY. MAY 3
��0, 1900
The Cash Store [���
Good Taste in....
SUMMER
GOWNS
can't be described, but it can be felt nevertheless by
every one who sees it.
These Summer Muslins have that indefinable
something about them that makes them alluring to
every woman who sees them.
They are made as they should be. Small durable dots in Swiss Muslins; neat, firm stripes in the
dimities, and fast, to soap and water, colors, in the
flowered goods.
Today we want to call your attention specially
to a display of White dotted Swiss Muslins. Our
stock now comprises all the qualities in these goods
from 10c to 50c a yard-with quite a variety of
patterns.
BUYS MUST MAKE 0000
OK BE TAKEN TO JAIL
White Dotted Swiss,326  inch   1 A^   ��� J
WhiteJDottedSSwissfand Crossbar  Muslins,
excellent for [children's  wear   1 ff ���   ,,. J
Small round dots well
Swiss Muslin, 27_inch.
[worked  on  ground of
:::.".:: 25c yd
Smalljdots,! figured Jleaves,   etc.,   on  Swiss
Muslin,    excellent   washing   OKp    \jr\
good.
Superior qualities, in dotted and figured Muslins, finest Swiss goods, at 30c, 35c, 45c and
50c a yard.
Detective
cf   La,
Bradshaw  Secures    Names
is  Who  Committed Theft
at  Park.
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Seven   yo iths   are   implicated  in   a
case of robbery al Queen's park, which
happened Monday.   A building used by
J. C.  Henley i'or the purpose of storing   mineral   waters   and   son   drinks
in safety wa.s broken into, and twelve I
dozen bottles of the fizzy liquid taken
away.     The   lads   drank   the   contents
of   several   bottles  on   the  spot.    De-
tective Bradshaw was detailed to work
on the case, and before night had located   seven   of  the   hoys   Implicated
in the robbery.    Mr. Henley does not I
wish to press the charge, bul unless
restitution is made within twenty-four
hours,   the    lads     will   have    lo    go]
through the ordeal of lacing the police I
magistrate, from  the  prisoner's dock,,
as  the  chief of  police considers it  is j
too Serious an offense to he dealt with
lightly.    The hoys in question are all
of respectable families.
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Building   New   Residence.
Mrs. C. E. Iloi'fanl of ihe Sockeye
grocery commenced yesterday to build
a residence on Carnarvon si reel, opposite Holy Trinity church. The
building will be a seven-roomed cottage, frame construction, on concrete
foundation, and will have all the
latest modern improvemnts installed.
The collage will be ready for occupa-
,' lion in about i wo months,
.Mrs. Hoffard only purchased the lot
on Monday morning, paying $200 down
as the first instalment. The same
day   she   was   offered   a   like
E'-':
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Keep Cool
Ice Cream
Freezers
Anderson & Lusby
JUMORS EMULATE
STYLE OF SENIORS
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Fistic  Encounter  Occurs During   Progress   of the   Regina-Tecumseh
Lacrosse  Match.
The   second   lacrosse   match  of  the
tmount I junior  city  schedule   was  played  last
in cash if she would transfer the property to another party, but Mrs. Hoffard refused, as she has been trying
for a long time to obtain a sui1 aide
| site on which to build a residence, and
even $200 profit over a deal in one day
was not sufficient to induce her to
pari with the lot in question.
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Some Snappy Specials in
Dress Goods
are here for your inspection TO-DAY
Cloths,   Serges,
m:Greya. 50c yd
They include Mohairs, Tweeds, Cheviots, Satin Cloths,   Serges,   Lustres
and Cashmeres, Cardinals, Blues, Browns, Green.-
Cream and Black, all at	
T. H. Smith
Hand Injured.
An employee of the Brunette Saw
Mills, named Wood, met with a slight
accident yesterday afternoon while engaged in working around a circular
saw. His hand was caught in the
machinery and severely lacerated. The private
injured hand was attended to by Dr. interfere wiih the progress of the
R. E. Walker. Mr. Wood was after- game. Apparently these two players
wards able to return to his home at ; hud been present at the senior match
Sapperton. The injury is not serious. , last Thursday, when several of the
 o-  players mixed il   up on the field, and
... .    c   o   /-,���������, they evidently thought that they would
Address to  F.   R.  Glover.
presented  to  F.
"GOOD" SPELLING.
11   is : rm- that  the only really
spelling is phonetic spelling; it is unfortunately true that our orthography,
I clples  in  any   reform  for   whieh  it is
Tood  reasonable to work.    They  have    not
a ,,onioned ihe standard of the earlier
I revolt;   bin   ihe:-'    have changed    the
.point of attack and the plan of cam-
no not wholly unphonetic, is from tie paign.      This    .should    be    distinctly
true phonetic point of view little less grasped  by all  who ar,- interested in
than a nigh-a,are; but. it is also tm,.  ^eir work and plans.���Century,
thai   io  reform  ii   phonetically  would  ��	
���   sitate a radical transformation of .    . ,    .  , _    .,    . ,, .
Accidental Death at Matsqui.
the great  majority   of   the   familiar
Matsqui, B. ('.. May 28.���Fridjof Eig-
torms   o;   English   words cause  it   , , ,   ,,      . , , .,,,,-,,
land, i h,   si.\-y,ar-oi,| soft ol  .1.  M. Eig-
would involve extensive alterations of ,.,���,,   aied  ,,,,.,, ,hi,  mornlngi Death
''���" alalia':,'. 'I',, say, a-  some do. lhal    was   cans,,]   by   a   Bevere   blow   on  the
alpha!,,:':<���   reconstruction   shoul.l   Skull received from a fall on lhe back
An address will be
It. Clover, the retiring local manager
of the l'>. ('. Electric Railway Co.. and
for many years city clerk of Xew
Westminster, on the eve of his departure for the Okanagon, where he will
engage in ranching. The presentation
will take place in the board of trade
rooms at the city hall tomorrow evening, and ii will be of a public character.
Hello!
Got Through
House Cleaning?
la   the en,] rather than the beginning
���ti to which a gradual approach
sleps of bis home. Last  Sat,inlay evening tiie young lad. while standing a,
the   He,   of   lhe   Steps,      suddenly      fell
iuai.    Is on       i ,  commend
' ' :i|uiiou   <���      o   T.   I   confu- lower step. Sunday morning he became
sion and anarchy    for   a quick   and unconscious, and Dr. Stuarl of Mission
ping revolution. Bui be great ('"y  was summoned, but  upon exam-
of English who,    a. ,:ii"i"" Lhe lnjured b��y was found ">
.... beyond   all     medical   aid.     Toward
Prof. Loui ��� i.   have   osl ���        ,
| evening    he regained    consciousness,
'   l)honetic   sea--,   will   consenl   toi bul  lived only a few hours. The fun-
���    ���' up al once ,,;��� gradually, thru a era! was held yesterday afternoon al
transition   period  of  vexatious confu-  ,'1'' Lutheran church, Rev. A. C. Quale
���  orthograi'        iblts,   their offlclatln6-
��� nd  their conveni nces, in
ord, r  thai   their  spelling, or thai   of
their grandchildren,   may   a --nine   a
form  which,    from    il -    i trangeness,
���' ms to them utt, ri pulsive, is
a supposition which cannol be , ater
tained unless, on,. relles upon the
scientific accuracy of one's principles
more than upon one'i knowledge of
human nature.
Tin- fun recognition of ibis fad by
the Simplified Spelling Board is whal
< hi, fly distinguishes Its program and
makes it a practicable and hopeful on,-.
All of iis members, probably, heVtily
believe in Hi,- phonetic principle; they
may i sped or hope 'bai some time ii
may be embodied in English orthography; but ihey are agre, I that il musi
I,,- subordinated to o ��� tlcal prin-
Electrocuted  at   Portland.
Portland, Or., May 29.- Charles
Hicks, a lineman in ihe employ of the
Portland General Electric company,
was elec rocut, d today, while working
ai First and Abler slree'. His body
served as a medium through which
2DIIU volts of electricity passed. Hicks
came to Portland a Bhort time ago
from Sali  Lake City,
Too bad I hose nice curtains and
carpets were noi pul into a house
oi your own. Xext time you attempt to ������clean house" See ihat
it's your house, not  the landlord's.
WE CAN SHOW YOU
Some great bargains iu New Wcst-
minster real estate- Stan to buy
now, don't wait and tell your
friend. "We could have bought
thai place for so and so much in
1905." Yes sir, your making the
mistake if .vou want a home or
good real .state investment, thai
you  don't buy now.
WeVe got something
to show you. Come
let's talk it over.
"We closed ii]) several more deals
lasi  week."    Won't you be next.
All  Kinds of Insurance.
get inlo senior lacrosse sooner by
adopting the same tactics. The referee
disillusioned them on this point.
The  team  lined  up  in  ihe  following
order:
Tecurnsehs. Reginas.
Goal.
11. Johnson  F. Julian
Point.
1). Marshall R. Pearson
Cover Point.
l)  Eastman  I. Fitzgerald
First Defence.
R. Cormack  G. Mannering
Second Defence.
0. I'urdy   II. Fletcher
Third Defence.
W. Sangster  W. Mark
Cenlre.
D. Bartlett   R.  Hampton
Third Home.
H. Johnson    I.  Brown
Second Home.
\\.  Stout    E.  Tedrow
First Home.
J. Feeney    II. Archibald
Outside Home.
V.  McPhaden    It.  Allum
Iside Home.
O, Spring   Gr. Chile
Referee, P. Peeney.
Girl Strangles Mad Dog.
Anna Winters, a l.V\ on r-ohl girl,
proved a heroine when she strangled
io death a mad dog which had alia,'Ived her little brothel in the yard of
iheir home, al 78 Prescotl sl reel, Jersey Ciiy. The girl, while strangling
it, heal iis head againsl lhe side of a
tub until il was dead. The dog was a
, pel in the household and little Harry
ami ibe animal were Inseparable.
While playing in Ilie yard the dog
made several attempts to bite the little fellow, who became frightened and
climbed lo the top of a box lo escape
th,, dog. The animal leaped up after
him, and Unn the boy screamed for
help. Ills sister heard liis cries and
ran oul. She grabbed lhe dog wit hon!
a second's hesitation and strangled it
wilh her hands. While this was going
on some one found a policeman, nnd a
telephone call was sent for a S. P. C.
A man, but when they reached the
house the ,l���g was dead.���New York
Evening Mail.
Everj day brings i m   a ari r   the   time   v.
dresses are a necessity for comfort.
Now  is the  time to think about  what you will da,    .
many fabrics shown a:  this season.
Our wash  goods section offers a varied and lng
a large rang,   of prices.
lac.    llW.e.    15C,   20C,   25c,   30c    lo   50C   per   yard,   in   whi'
colors that  will Btand the wash nil, process.
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since 1714 A. D., and  which  has  a  capital and
$20;000,000.
The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance recoi.
Dec. 31st, 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $60,400.   Prem. $22,954 60 y
"       1900 Assurance in force  $1,792,500. Premiums $ 62,60       v
1901 " " 2,554,904. " 92,021 an ���
"       1902 " " 3,425,897. "        126,695.2] ���
1903 4,086,112. l;,,,.,     ,.
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money McQUARRIE & CO., ^
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186   Columbia   Street
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?ea/   Estate
and Contract ,
WESTMINSTER,   Et.  C.
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that the plaintiff lives In South Africa,
ihe defendant in Switzerland and corespondents mentioned in the case, as
well as in a counl er claim by the defendant, live In London, Paris and
South Africa. The case will be tried
almosi solely by depositions.���New
York Tribune.
evening at Queen's park botween the
Tecurnsehs and the Reginas. A rather
slow game resulted in a victory for
the Tecurnsehs by 7 goals to 5. There
were occasional spoils of brisk play,
but on the whole the game could not
be considered a fast one. Three boys
were rilled off during the game, the
first one for too strenuously checking
an opponent in an at tempi to get the
rubber. The other two players were
senl to the fence for five minutes to
meditate on the evils of allowing their
spites  against   each   other  to
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy'
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
ALEX. SPECK
Sign  Man  on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
T. have on our list desirable acreage in
Burnaby. in any size and situation required and at prices
and terms to suit all classes
of purchasers.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial
Agents.
12 1-2 acres of rich
black loam land, two
acres cleared and in
potatoes. Twenty fruit
trees and patch of
strawberries. 10 acres
alder and easily cleared. House and barn.
Good water. Price
only $550.
Five acres close
to   city   limits   only
$506.
Six roomed house
and lot on Royal
avenue for $11 50.
$150 cash, balance
in monthly payments.
Six roamed cottage, all modern and
one acre of land on
fifth avenue. A large
quantity of fruit trees.
Good chicken houses.
Price $1000.
Insurance & Real Estate
Tel. 106.        Columbia St.
2nd and 3rd Avenue Burnaby, Near City Limits,
Close to City Tram,
Several   g<
houses to rent.
iod
LOTS
$45.00
'tr
\. L WHITE, 260 Columbia St.
Telephone 85.
Real   Estate   Brokers,
278  Columbia  Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Telephone   170.
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I Electric Railway Service
Diphtheria in Cariboo.
Th,- een tary of the provincial
ia,ani of health has received information thai several new eases of diph-
th, ria have appeared al Soda ('reek,
and a fresh supply of antitoxin was
forward",! to lhal point by the board
of health lasi w,-, k.     \
F.J.HarfiCo.
Limited.
Long Distance Divorce.
One of the most peculiar divorce i
proceedings thai has been on the calendar of the supreme court of Xew
York county in years is the suit of
Walter B, Park againsl Edith M. Talk.
Tip   suit  is particularly interesting in
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
ni. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service Irom
G.oO a. in. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and b and 7.
30 Minute Service during ��* *
mainder of day. Transfer ai $
Leopold Place. *
Service half-hourly '"" <���'
and  10 p. 'n
Sunday
tween 8 a
in.
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line-lb Minute Service, except between U ana
2, and 5 and 7, during wmca
hours    tne    service   will   i
half-hourly.
Sunday Service
tween 8 a. m.
half-hourly t'1'
and  11 P- nl'
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., l^
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