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Education   Bill   and   the   Attitude   of   the   Labor   Party
Threaten to Bring   About   the   Downfall   of
Sir    Henry    Campbell - Banner-
man's Ministry.
New York, June lu.���The Herald
]|;|S the following today from its Lon-
iluu correspondent: The keynote of
home politics is the ever increasing
unpopularity of the government and
tin. clarion call of Mr. Chamberlain,
when, al the meeiing of tin- Unionist
workers, he affirmed that the education bill would never pass, and that
they mighl expect a general election
111 six month. "Therefore," said Mr.
Chamberlain, "Keep your powder
It an    Catholics    are    dead    set
againsl the education bill. Wales,
stated by the government to be practically unanimous in favor of the
measure, is holding mass meetings of
protest against it. The Church Union
nt Greal Britain is also organizing
mass meetings to proi est and the
Irish  members are  against   it.
Labor   Party's   Humor.
The Labor party i.s rapidly breaking
out in open revolt against the government party, as reflected in Mr. Kier
Hardie's expression that the great
hope of the people lies in breaking up
the Liberal party, while the greatest
fear is that, labor may be absorbed in
Liberalism, Humorously enough ihe
Labor party urges Sir Henry Camp-
bell-Bannerman to take a peerage ahd
retire into the sanclty of the upper
house. At the same time they propose al an early date bringing forward a measure for the abolition of
the house of lords, which, with ihe
help of the Liberals, they have hopes
Of carrying.
Storm   Increases.
Thirty-two special trains arrived
fete on Friday filled with Lancashire
folks a)io came up to protesi againsl
the education bill. Thej numbered
10,000 people and were headed by the
lop of Manchester and London. All
tomorrow the parks will be filled with
��� linns which will inveigh against
ihi- government's pet bill.
Now that political veteran Sir
'l'ii:\ ('arapbell-Bannerman who owes
Lis position to the fact of his character, which has made him a leader
it; a party whose factions are ai con-
-iti' loggerheads, has taken fright al
'lh' storm rising so rapidly around his
head, and strives to persuade ihe
��� lei tors  thai   the   education   bill   wtis
leg icy of the late governmenl.
To make the leader's  position still
worse,  it   is  an  open   secret   thai   the
leaders of lhe government are divided
jamong themselves on this and many
other questions. John Hums, bumptious and uncontrollable, has set ihe
entire Labor parly by lhe ears.
Brings About War.
Winston Churchil, who is termed a
"jampot politician with a school boy's
jcuteness and mischevious proclivities"
las antagonized all lhe colonies and
tin' vast banking trade and other
financial Interests appertaining thereto, and has landed the country in a
South African war, whicb, according
to what I hear from an officer who
has just returned from there, is only
in iis infancy, and quite sure to develop on a very large scale.
Sir Edward Grey look office on
condition that he was not to be tampered with, and he stands aloof, while
Mr. Asquith, the cleverest man of his
parly, keeps from the leadership
which naturally belonged to him, and
does not at all approve of the premier's milk and water policy of giving
way to the demands of woman suffragists and other cranks in the hope
of gaining general popularity.
Lords   Will   Amend.
Eventually the education bill has to
be submitted to the house of lords.
There it will quite surely be rejected
and returned to the lower house with
crushing amendments which the government cannot possibly accept. But
in the meantime, from what is clearly
visible now, the majority of the
electors will be up in arms, and if
the government should be forced to
appeal to lhe country, one of ihe
most remarkable volte faces of par-
liametnary history might have to be
recorded���thai of a government having come into office with a majority
never held before, being swept from
power in the quickest time of any
ministry known.
Methodist Conference.
Xeepawa. Man.. June 10.���The
Manitoba Methodist conference has
decided to memorialize tbe general
conference to at once allocate to each
conference tm amount sufficient to
pay off the debt of tbe Union church
relief fund. During the past year this
conference raised $304,122 for church
purpose's. It litis a membership of
Arms    Himself    With   Two
Big Guns and a
Announces     Intention    to      Bombard
Penitentiary   and     Set   Bill
Miner  Free.
The Royal Columbian Hospital is one of the oldest institutions in the province,
and has an honorable record of service in the cause of suffering humanity.
The original building, which was erected more than 45 years ago, stood at the
north-east corner of Fourth and Agnes streets, and was, for those days, a commodious
and imposing structure.
Twenty odd years, howrever, made a great difference. It was felt that the hospital must be brought up to date, and accordingly the old property was disposed of, and
the present building erected on its commanding site at Sapperton. In 1889 an act was
passed authorizing the change and vesting the property in a permanent board of trustees, who continued to be responsible for it up the year 1901.
Meantime there had been established in New Westminster a Women's Hospital,
and towards the close of the century a movement began for a consolidation of the two
kindred institutions, and the project was carried out in 1901, an act being passed in that
year by which the amalgamation was given legal force and sanction ; the former trustees were relieved and a board of directors constituted and made a body corporate.
This Board is composed of four persons named by the government of the province, four by the city council, and four by the women's council���twelve in all, and there
are provisions of the usual kind for periodical election of members.
Under the new administration the hospital has more than maintained its former
good record ; but it is felt that the rapid growth of population in the city and district
will soon render necessary a larger building, and one in which all the most modern ideas
as to hospital construction can be embodied, and hence it is that Mayor Keary has
brought the project of hospital construction to the attention of the public.
Joseph and William Plan
the Peace of the World
Premier of New Zealand
Dies on Board Steamer
Vienna, June 10.���Emperor Francis
Joseph today received the members
of the Austrian and Hungarian delegations in formal audience ai lhe Hot
burg,    Replying to tbe addresses of
��� pn sldents of the delegations, the
emperor said: "Our alliance with
Germany proves itself to be now, as
heretofore, by virtue of its defensive
"i   conservative   character,   a   valu-
-M" guarantee for peace.
"Hy the visit of Emperor William
t'''! me a tew days ago, our Intimate
an<i friendly relations were again
Placed on record and marked by the
same feelings of trusl as our rela-
Ions wilh our other ally wiih which
w" find  ourselves  in grateful  accord
on the matters affecting us in common."
Referring to Russia and the Balkans, he said that although the situation in the Balkans showed many detects, it wtis undeniably improved,
and llull above all, il had been found
possible to avert more serious complications.
"As in the past," the emperor continued, "ibe preservation of tlie peace
of Europe, and above all in the monarchy, will in the future continue to
be the dominant policy in dealing
wilh these affairs."
The emperor announced thai credits
would he submitted for the purchase
ol   war material  bu-  lhe  more .speedy
construction of warships and armament.
Sydney. N. S. W��� June 10.���Richard
John Seddon, prime minister of New
Zealand died from heart failure this
evening aboard the steamer Owstrey
Orange on which he had embarked
this morning to return to Xew Zealand. The Owstrey Grange put back
into Sydney. Mr. Seddon was (11
years old.
Mr. Seddon's death  was totally un
expected. He had been in Australia
fince the middle of May. He came
here to consult Alfred Deakin, ihe
P'inie minister of Australia on important questions, mainly those concerning the New Hebrides. He visited
the principal towns, making speeches
and receiving deputations "on various
matters interesting to Australia, such
as  colonial  preference and  alien  im
migration. He made a sepech at Syd-
ney on Saturday, declaring that it wtis
a suicidal policy for the colonies to
send trade to foreign countries, thus
enabling them to strengthen their
navies. Trade, he said, should go to
the mother country to assist in
strengthening the British navy.
When Mr. Seddon sailed this morning he appeared to be in his customary health.
With two 12 calibre loaded revolvers and a murderous looking jack
knife on his person, fortified with a
liberal supply of bad whiskey to keep
up his courage and notifying everyone
l.e came across of his intention,
Henry Doniiny walked unsteadily up
Columbia street a couple of days ago
with the avowed intention of exterminating the entire police force and
starting a reign of terror in New
Westminster with himself as chief
despot. A carefully planned attack
upon the penitentiary for the purpose
cf releasing Bill Miner and his pals
was also included in his programme,
and many well known people were to
fall victims of Dominy's trusty weapons as soon as he had put the police
force out of commission.
When the news reached Chief Mcintosh that Doniiny had started on the
warpath, he at once realized that he
v as up against the real thing in the
matter of tough propositions, but he
did not flinch from his duty and he
tit once mapped out a campaign
against the redoubtable Doniiny.
With infinate caution    the    enemy
v.as approached, but a spy informed
Dominy of his danger, and he executed a flank movement    and   made    a
, masterly retreat to Vancouver, where
\ he     remained   under  cover    for  two
days before attempting a descent up-
J on the present domicile of Bill Miner.
Unfortunately for him, he was met at
the tram depot by Chief Mcintosh and
! Detective Bradshaw, who had been ly-
I ing in wait for him.      Dominy    was
I taken to the police lockup under escort,  but   when  searched  it  was  discovered that all his weapons had disappeared.    A  key  was found on him
with which he intended to   open   the
gates of the penitentiary and set Miner free.
Dominy will he found in the dock
at the police court this morning, when
he will explain his future intentions
to the magistrate. .
Bill Miner will not be called as a
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Storm Fatalities.
Jamestown. N. Y., June 10.���Two
fatalities were reported today after
the storm. Mrs. Leander Haglan
was struck by lightning and killed.
'. She was the widow of a farmer. The
body of an unknown man was found
in the lake. He was about Gf> years
eld and well dressed.
Ships   on   the   St.   Lawrence   Cannot   Cash,    Checks    and    Drafts    to    ih;
Accommodate All the Traffic Amount of $200,300 are
Offered. Missing.
Canadian   Firm   Undertakes  Work  of
Saving the  Stranded Allsn
Filthy   Condition   of   Cell   in   Winnipeg  Police  Station   Kills
William  Forman.
Saw Mills Close Down
On Account of Strike
S!- lohn, X. B., June 1(1.���One
1 '"sand men are idle here as the re-
suit of a strike which was declared ln
lhl> saw mills last evening. The deal
PllerB asked for an advance of 30
(,|'m* per day which was refused and
lh consequence of their action seven
|"m* closed. There litis been talk of
,lis for some time, and only ihree
ago   one   mill   was   closed   for
Beveral days, but this strike is of
more Importance. .Men tire scarce i
bul. Ihe times are good and thus both
sides are in a good position to light.
The outlook is that the majority of
mills in St. John will remain closed
ior weeks.    Although it is only the j
ileal pliers who are asking for money,
all the rest of the men desire Increases, and their demands will bo
made later.
Quebec. June 10.���Over 3,000 Immigrants from Europe were landed
here Saturday morning. Five thousand
more are on their way by the Steam-
ships Empress of Britain, Victorian,
Canada  and   I.tike  Michigan.
Four thousand more embarked on
steamers leaving Liverpool on Friday
and these will reach Canada tit ibe
end of the presenl week. Besides
these ti contingent of nearly 3,000 is
expected in Montreal on Monday from
New York at which porl they are expected to land on Sunday.
All second class and steerage accommodation on vessels plying the
SI. Lawrence for weeks to come has
been spoken I'or, wiih the result .hat
thousands of British, and continental
Immigrants for the Canadian west
have been obliged lo book their passages thither hy way of Xew York and
Xew    York,   June     10.���Wheeloch
Harvey, a messenger of the First National Bank, on Wall street, has disappeared, taking with him cash,
i hecks and drafts lo an amount
which was reported in Wall street to
he close to $200,000. It is known , hat
he had among the papers Intrusted 5 i
him one drafl for $1(10,000 on the
Canadian-American Trust Company,
Bank officials, while admitting lasi
.night that Harvey had disappeared
with valuable papers and cash, asserted lhe amount of cash was small
and few of Ihe papers wero negotiable.
They said he was bonded by the
I'nited States Guarantee & Trust Co.
Harvey is only 1!) years old and had
been in the employ of the bank less
than a year. lie is a son of Louis F.
Harvey, teller in  the Chase National
iinnk and lived with his parents.
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Winnipeg,    June    10.���A    stranger
; here    named    John    Dennlsou,    was
drowned in the Red  river yesterday.
It is believed to be a case of suicide.
Montreal, June lo.���A Canadian
firm, the Donnelly Wrecking Company,
will undertake the work of salvage
OU lhe Allan Steamship Bavarian,
Which now lies on Wye Rocks, near
Grosse Isle, and which, it is feared,
will become a total wreck if an attempt is not made in the near future
to float her. Some time ago Capt. T.
X. Arnit, president of British Coast
Salvage association, made a thorough
inspection of the wreck. His firm
subsequently declined to undertake
the salvage of the vessel lor the
underwriters on "no-cure-no-pay" principle, Capt. Arnit said it would cost
from ��20,000 to ��25,000 to float the
Bteamer and �� 1,000 more to reconstruct her. In his opinion the vessel
could be successfully floated hut ho
declined to assume the entire risk.
The matter was therefore dropped by
the association which he represented.
Winnipeg, June 10.���A coroner's
jury empannelled to enquire into the
death of William Forman, who was
found dead in a police station cell
yesterday morning, after having been
locked up for drunkenness, rendered a
verdict charging that death was mainly due to the filthy and unsanitary
condition of the cells, and laid the
onus on the city council.
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Retired Pastor Killed.
Binghamton, N.  Y., June 10��� Rev.
, George Horton, a retired Presbyterian
< clergyman, was instantly killed while
driving into his yard near Oxford yesterday.    The   wheel   of  the   wagon
caught, throwing him out and breaking his neck.
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Shah Recovers.
Constantinople, June 10.���The Persian embassy here has received advices from Hehran to the effect that
the shah ls in normal health, having
recovered from the severe attack of
gout from which he suffered recently.
���|^ ,'i*. A* THE DAILY NEWS
Insisted on "definite religious instruction,"   und    it   was  declared   by    Mr.
llAIirUTITl) (IC   llinr^   'tamsay Macdonald to be an In
llAUuitlr.h Uf JUiJUL Hcable basis of settlement.   Mr. Mac-
i donald's polished speech was applaud-
Faroled   Prisoner   Writes   of Penlten-1 ���� by sections who looked at the quea
opposite  poinis  of    view.
tiary Warden That H:
Taken a Wife.
Canon City, Colo., Juno 10.���Antone
Woode, now known lo the world as
Charles II. Howard, who gained
national notoriety as the "Colorado
Boy Murderer." and who was only
paroled from tlio Colorado state prison ;t few months ago, was married
at Newburg, X. Y., last Monday evening to Miss Mabel Estella Terry,
daughter of former Judge Henry P.
Terry   of  that  city.
News of the marriage was conveyed
lo Warden Cleghorn today in a letter written by Woode himself, who
���says his bride is an elocutionist and   u,;,s
tion from
Churchmen cheered his contention
that ihe use vi the Bible merely as
a text-book did not contribute i i
moral instruction; many radicals concurred in his argument that it is not
the duty of the state to teach religion
in the schools; and there wtis considerable sympathy with his view thai
1 eace can he obtained only under .1
system of secular education.
An   eloquent vindication of   Bible-
i teaching was given on Tuesday by Mr.
Lloyd-George,   who   reasoned   closely
'and spoke with an earnestness and
force which impressed the whole
house. Even the most bigoted churchman dared not scoff at his championship of the Nonconformists, who
braved so much for their own dog-
and    members in iill    quarters
recitationist of note as well iis an accomplished musician.
Woode's case attracted the attention of noted criminologists for many
years, those experts being divided ;is
tc whether or not be was a degenerate and beyond hope of reformation.
Wooi'.e. in L892, at the age of ten
years, shol and killed .loseph Smith,
near Brighton, for a watch the latter
carried   and  the  bid  coveted.
The lirst jury which tried the boy
failed lo agree, bul on liis second
trial he was convicted for murder in
ihe second degree and was sentenced
to twenty-five years in the state peni- j
lentiary. Numerous attempts made to
secure him a pardon failed, but last
fall he wtis paroled and went, to the
Roycrofters at Hast Aurora, and later
to Newburgh, where he was employed
by tln> Church Calendar Company.
Woode is a good artist and musician, talents that he developed during
bis prison career.
were spellbound when he declared
that the people had made up their
minds to rally round the Bible, and
were determined that "no ecclesiastic
or politician should be allowed to
.-land between the child and the light
of the greal book, which saved England from darkness, and which would j
continue to Illumine its gloom amid
the darkness which oppressed human
Prom ;i sketch of "The Great Debate," by a clever London journalist
we condense:
Probably never before were there
so many manuscripts in the House of
Commons as on Monday. Certainly
not since the home rule bill have
such a large number of members de-
slted to speak. Tbey informed the
Whips of their Intention and some of
them, standing by the side of the
chair, whispered their ambition in Mr.
Lowther's own ear. The speaker did
not call on every man who was an-
.vous to be heard. Lists were handed to him by the Whip;;, and from
these he drew up a programme, which
guided liis eye to the member most
likely to speak wilh authority or acceptance. Some of Ihe bores were Introduced as a relief to the tension.
They gave their colleagues an excuse
I'or withdrawing.
A  const am ly  crowded  gallery tosti- '
lied to the public interest.   Even the !
ladles    showed   their    concern.     The i
more privileged seats behind the grille
a*, the disposal of the speaker's wife ]
have  not   heen  so  steadily  occupied
this session as In recenl years. Fewer
members come  from  "the right side :
of the Park," and  smart  ladies have j
fewer acquaintances on the floor. This ;
week, however, even  Mrs.  Lowther's I
gallery  has heen  filled,  and  nothing
has been lacking in the plcturesque-
ness of the house.    Many  peers also
have followed the controversy. Usually a  bishop has served to stimulate
the   denominatlonallsts by his   presence;  the Duke of .Norfolk's dark, rose! ir    i ice  has encouraged  the Roman Catholics; and zealots have looked with a Imiration on the high-strung
feature- of Lord Halifax.
Whll ��� ' lever, handsome Mr. Wyml-
bam. who shot more than one glance
at the ladles' gallery, was opening the
t ���  '        flourish of rhetoric, Mr.
Chamberlain was a strange study. He
looked jusl as he looked when Sir
William A ison i pposed I be bill for
the abolition of plural voting. Mr.
Wyndham, in declaring the uncompromising Opposition Of conservative
churchmen to the bill, r< presented
tl.eiii a ������ ��� be champions of religious
equality  antl   liberty   of  conscience,
Vital issues were presented in re- '_
markable speches by Mr, '!'. P, O'Connor, on behalf of the Roman Catho'-
IJcs; by Mr, Perks as spokesman for
the Nonconformists; and by Mr. Ram-
Bay Macdonald as an advocate of
secular education. Between Mr.
O'Connor and Mr. Perks lay a wide
gulf, bul both were careful and conciliatory in tone, 'i'he former, in ;
cl timing thai the Catholic character
of Catholic schools should he guaranteed ly statute, used ibe language of
peminsltni as if he were arguing with
friends. Mr. Perks nitty have felt
elation as he rose from Ihe crowded
benches on the right of the speaker to
join in the debate. For many years
ib rideii as the embodiment oi' the
Nonconformist conscience, he spoke
now as one who had prevailed. Yet
in the hour of victory be dealt most
tenderly wiih the susceptibilities of
The simple Bible teaching with
which Mr. Perks was content had
been ridiculed by Mr. Wyndham, who
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with j
stages at Carcross and White Horse,!
maintaining a through winter service.!
For information apply to
J.   H.   ROGERS,   Traffic   Manatee,
Vancouver, B.  C.
Churchyard  Novelty.
In the churchyard of the little Mid-]
dlesex village of Pinner, England, there
stands a monument quite distinct from
'��� all those which surround it. It consists
i of a tall, square pyramid overgrown
with ivy, through the middle of whieh
projects a coffin made of stone. This
| monument was raised by a son to his
parents, William and Agnes Loudon,
as tho inscriptions tell. They do not,
however, tell why he chose to have his
parents' remains poised in mid air in
the stone shell instead of being buried
In the usual manuer. This curious act
is accounted for in a strange way.
It appears that his parents came into
some money which was to be theirs "so
long as their bodies were above the
ground." When they died, therefore, in
order that the money should not pass
into other hands their son "buried"
them in this curious manner, and, despite the apparent injustice, his object
was attained.
Maple Leaf
There are running shoes,
and running shoes, but
none to equal those with
the Maple Leaf Brand
on the so^e. They come
in both Tennis and Oxford styles for Ladies or
and the soles of all are
made from pure para
gum rubber.
Maple Leaf
Lacrosse, Tennis
or Running Shoes
Look well, fit well, wear
well and are stylish, neat
and durable.
For sale by all good shoe
dealers.    Ask for   hem.
Selling Agents,
And the low prices will keep them moving till all the stock on our bargain list is gone
The Small Sum of 50 Cents will Purchase One of Our Fine Negligee Shirt
Men's Balbriggan double thread Underwear, regular
50c for 25 Cents.
Men's Cotton Socks, 4 pairs for 25 Cents.
Special Line of Men's Shoes, regular $1.75 to $2.50
for $1.25.
Boys' light Summer Shoes, regular $1.75 for $1.25.
Men's Suspenders, light and heavy, regular 25c and
35c, for 15 Cents.
Men's Flannelette Shirts, regular 40, for 25 Cents.
White and red handkerchiefs, regular 15c and 20c for
5 Cents.
Neckties regular 25c and 35c, for 15 Cents.
Boys' Knickers 25 Cents.
Men's and Boys' Clothing, right up to date in styles
and patterns and wide range of sizes and materials to select from, One Third Off Regular Prices.
Westminster Clothing
Columbia Street Next Door to Royal Bank of Canada.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,   Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
'Phone 101
Reichenbach Company
^^^^   Limited =e.
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
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 for our trade.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
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the   service  \f't" ,     HDAY, JUNE  11, 1906.
The Night
And the only way to keep posted is read the
Delivered at your door in time for breakfast. Complete service of the World's
news as furnished by the Associated Press,
and all the local happenings of interest.
0 Cents
Per Week
The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which yon can talk business to almost every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you.
Provincial Fair
Formal  Opening by Hon. G. H. V. BULYEA.
Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta
TO  BE   ���     . .
Ob July 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1906
Under the auspices of Tbe Edmonton Industrial Exhibition A
$6,000 in Harness and Running Races
$15,000 to be Expended During the Fair
Special Rallwa)   Rates rrom All  Paris.
PRIZE   LISTS  furnished  free  on  application  to the  Association.
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Should Head Iho
Spring Fishing Numbei
(Ma) Issue) of
And Motor Sports in Canada
Sent   postpaid   en   receipt  of   15  cents  in stamps.
Frederic Percy   Armstrong telle ot his successful encounter with
b fighting salmon   In   Quebec waters,   Ashley D.   Conger   describes
in realistic manner his thrilling light  experiences while watching    a <>
deer-lick.   T. P. Bresnan gives an account of a holldaj al thai Ideal !'
fishing ground���Temag&ml.   E. Connor   portrays   a   typical   angling
match In Paris.   Miss A, R, Mr, oo tells of two lady novices fishing
a whole afternoon on Rice Lake, Ontario.   L. D, Robertson descants on
his hunt all bj himself without guide or companion, In  Quebec  pro
rfnee,   W, R. Gllbsa-t writes enthusiastically of the true angler who
does nol fish for fish alone.    \ gonquln Park as a fisherman's paradise is described by word picture  and  Illustrations.    K.  C.  Woolsey
tells of a fishing trip to Chats Rapids on the Ottawa River. Canadian Pishing Territories from ocean to ocean are Indicated,   Rev, Dr,
Murdoch relates a guide's panthe    Btory,      The formation of the Al
��� ine Club of Canada is told, and Its future success predicted. Quebec's
Pish and Game leases, and the Governmenl   compromise   thereon   Is
given,   Ontario's (lame Commission reporl is summarised,   Canada's
first auto and motor boat show i> described. Sports Afloat received at
teution.   Ail Canada's trap news i-. given and comments of interest to
every trap shooter is added
Vddress-~W. J. TAYLOR, Publisher, Box 1448, Woodstock, Ont
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"The Milwaukee"
'The Pion��r 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 thc world that equal in
equipment thai of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate Iheir own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not  obtainable elsewhere.
Connection made with all trans-
continental lines in Union Depots.
II. S. ROWE. General Agent.
t,VJ Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
fcnny of Plain Clothes and Uniformed
Officers are on Lookout for
preoantiei ���     .    .
ii.   the   vicinity   of   ihe   fl B...
��� I  toUttg"       Plain ri
from the local detective force, sei
��� ;"i'i a se, Tforrn-
������ i   p   ta ...i b   a. a-.!  ev<   ���
no    one is   penwttfced    te   o
the grounds or galewa;  on the
north sick- oi the eactot     . ;, i�� a
public thoroughfare.
All the pates at the east, south and
west entrances to the grounds are se
���"������ i i chained and padlocked, and po
lieeinon keep ;, sharp lookout for
Stragglers, This action is considered
significant, coming: after the bomb
throwing in Mad-id and the n
from Oregon, where anarchists were
���ested,   after   a   pie;   to   assissinate
the  president   had   been   discovered
When  the  president   start*
customarj afternoon drive in the    i a
vehicle which he prefers, no one i-
Iemitted l)0 linger aboul the d "
wa> or entrance, Ko fixed timi it se:
for thi dt ,.. ture which is changed
dailv. so nobody outside ol the guardians of ihe White House maj know
w hen to expeci I hi presldi
down the drivewaj.
The horse never puis his heel on the
ground, nor even the ball of his foot
He stands rip on the very tips of his
toes, and this is, in part, the reason
why he can trot so fast, bobbin's heels
are half way up his hind legs, and what
we call his Knees are really his wrists.
The t>:irt corresponding to the upper
aria is short and is so embedded in the
muscles of the shoulder that the elbow
comes next the body, but tbe horse has
only one digit to each limb, and the
wrist bones are comparatively small.
Tbe so called ankle, then, is the
knuckle, where the digit joins the hand
er the foot, and the "foot" is only a
single thick finger or toe. with a great
nail for a hoof.   The lower half of the
horse's foreleg is really  a  gigantic
hand, with only ihe middle finger and
a piece ont of the middle of the palm,
while the corresponding part of hi*
hind leg is a big. single toed foot.���St.
Uini-  tu 1'nWlo Sp������l,on��.
Never refer pityingly to the poor.
This brands you at once as a demo
gogue, Never say anything respectful
of corporate Wealth. In sa doing yon
lav yourself open to the charge of lie
inn a hired man
Never use slang if you want respect
able people to take slock In you. Never use pure English. The masses hate
Never talk Straight to the point. You
will be accused of taking; v ourself too
seriously.      Never   tell    funny   stories.
They lead to the suspicion of ohicaa-
Never praise "our forefathers." Ancestry pride is disgusting Never appeal to the "sturdy Immigrant leaven
In our midst "   lt riles the old families.
Newark News.
Wheat  Production.
Winnipeg, June 9,   Manitoba    and
Tbe    Canadian     Northwest     produced
��� s...s:,l 600  bushels of  wheat   last   sea
son,    according to ihe figures    sub-
i mined by Prank 0. Powler, secretarj
Cf the Northwest drain Healers' Association. According to Mr. fowler's
| estimate there remains to be market
j ed 8,412,000 bushels. Country mills
.-re called to use 9,000,000 bushels of
the year's crop, while 8,600,000 bush"
els were utilised  for seed  purposes..
The purest of ice cream at the Star
Candy Factory next to Hot! ivy's burlier
shop. *
WIhiIiiiIII.   mm   \��>\* *pnpern.
iu   Holland  births,  marriages mul
deaths,   instead   of   being  recorded   in
newspapers, are indicated by windmills.
When a miller gets married he Stops
his mill wilh the arms of tlie wheel in
n slant ing position and with the sails
unfurled, ills friends and guests frequently do likewise wiih their mills, In
token of the ceremony. To indicate n
birth tlie wheel is stopped with the
arms In B slanting position, but at a
more QCUte angle (hon for a marriage
ond with the two upper sails unfurled.
Shoulil ii miller die the sails of his mill
ore oil furled, ond the wheel is turned
round until the arms form an upright
cross, In which position they ore left
until after the funeral has token place.
C. P. R. Prepares.
Montreal,    .lime  10,    It  is    reported
thai   the  Canadian   Pacific  Hallway   is
preparing     to     build     another     Hue
through  the  Rocky   Mountains at   a
j polni    north of    the presenl    route
through tlio Kicking Horse Pass, and
ibat the work win commence on this
line wlthoul delay. The story goes
ihat Hie new mute will be through the
Yellowhead Pass, whieh is aboul ".t">
miles  north   of   the   Kicking   Horse
i lass, and  which  Is  tlu- best   railway
j .niiie through   the   mountains,   Tic
C. I'! R, does not confirm tin- reporl
ihat ii has secured a rlglil-ol'-wa.y
though the Yellowhead Push but has
engineers on the Held making preliminary surveys.
Rossland Ore Shipments.
Rotslftnd,   .Inno   !l.- The   shipmenth
lor the week were as follows:
Centre  Star    2,140
Le Roi     2,580
l.e Itoi  No. 2         600
Crown Point           65
Total for week     B��87B
Total for the year, 148,869 tons.
per cut
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��� ���������� THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Punishing   Company,   Limited,   at   their
vftices   corner   of   Sixth   and   From
Btreets. New Westminster, B. C.
fieiul  statement   which will  givi
history  of the  whole unsavory   busi-
J.   C.   Brown R.  J.   Burde
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpariel i 12 lines to
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
conts per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent, per
word. No advertisement taken for
lesj than 25 cents.
Business office    22
Editorial   office      17
Manager's  residence    277
,���:,,    Makes  Report on  Stock Yards Which
Your letter, not being accompanied   ���"" *
MONDAY, JUNE  11. 1906.
The signs of an intention on    the
part of the government   to   dissolve
the provincial parliament and seek a
now lease of power are multiplying.
The papers which support them are
devoting a large amount of their
space to the double task of abusing
the Liberal administration at Ottawa
and singing the praises of the McBrlde government. Several times lately we have said something as to the
manner in which the campaign
against Ottawa is conducted; and that
in favor of Victoria is conceived on
even simpler lines. Abuse must
have at least a pretext; but praise can
be offered with nothing more to lend
by the name of the writer, cannot be
published, particularly as this paper
has no knowledge of the facts of the
case. ln any event it may he doubted whether the internal economy of
u business concern is a p/oper subject of newspaper criticism.
Differs   From   Neill-Reynolds'
Richard Zombory  Has Now Only One
Affair of  Honor to
Vienna, June 10.���The 151 duels
between Richard Zombory. a well
known Hungarian sportsman residing
at Buda Pest, and officials connected with the Hungarian Land and
Mortgage bank, will not lake place,
the matter having been settled by an
apology by Zombory. He now will be
compelled to flghl bul one duel with
Johann Szuchs, the original challenger, Zombory in apologizing said he
did noi intend to offend the respei
able class of bank officials.
Chicago, June 10.���A report of the
sanitary conditions of the large packing plants of the stock yards was
made yesterday by Chief Sanitary Inspector Hedreck, of Chicago, who differs from the Neill-Reynolds' report.
Although many things were found
which did not meet his approbation,
the report does not contain any
wholesale charges of bad sanitary
conditions such as characterized the
report of the government investigators. Accompanying the report is an
official communication to the packers
to comply immediately with the suggestions of the city officials. This is
commented on by Mr. Hedrick in addition to his report in which he says
the packers do not seem to need much
persuasion to improve the conditions
complained  of,
Stearn s
25 Cents
a Bottle
I     W. R. Gilley, 'Khone I-**.
Drug   Store
J. R. Gflley, 'Hnone 141
Healers in
j    Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. lottery C o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Po rtland Cement Co.
j  Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-B
Now Its
In   II*
Horn   to   Uroir   Them    In    the   lions*.
Potted  I'lu 11 i.s  Preferred.
The eggplant, one of the most wholesome, nutritious and finely flavored of
vegetables, being 11 tropical plant, re
quires a high temperature, but the
young plants can be raised, with a little enre, In the house as we'd as in a
hotbed. This ls bow it can be done, as
told in an exchange:
Get a ten cent package of Improved
New York large purple seed, which
sow evenly In a small box of line, well
enriched loam���leaf mold If you can
get It���covering the seed lightly and
firming the soil about the seed by pressing  It gently   with  a  small  piece   of
il substance than the will of the offer- j board.    The soil should be just moist
er. And in ihis case that is about all
the substance it has. One organ
speaks of the "sound and forcible
arguments" of Messrs. McBrlde and
Green. A good many of our readers
have heard these gentlemen on the
platform, and are In a position to
know something of the soundness
and force of the arguments they are
accustomed to use. We said just
now that the organ "speaks of"
these arguments. It does not quote
them. All the reports we have seen
cf the addresses of these gentlemen
in the upper country also "spoke of"
their arguments. These "arguments"
are, of course, simply assertions. The
Ministers declare with much emphasis
that all their acts have been patriotic,
pure, and wise; and thai any person
who refuses to take their bare word
for it, no matter how completely circumstances may seem to justify such
refusal, is a very improper person indeed.
Reverse this, add the pretext, and
you have the outline sketch of the
anti-Ottawa campaign. Is there anything that looks as it' ii might be
wiong there���then shout thai it is
wrong, that it must be wrong, and
that anyone who dare.- even to hint
thai after all it may not lie a proper
gi ound on which to condemn the governmenl Is a too] or worse; and there
you are. The thing Is beauifully simple, oner one "gets the hang" of it.
and no more, as during germination
eggplant seeds cannot stand much
dampness or being chilled. This is the
critical time. Place the box before a
window, facing the south If possible,
ln the kitchen or a room where tbe
temperature never falls below 08 to
70 degrees.
IIckIm   Any Time After  March.
It often happens that aft^r April 1���
before which date it is best not to sow
your seed ��� the temperature outside
gets low, penetrating the window
panes; in which ease remove your box
of embryo plants to warmer quarters
for tlie time being.
.Vs soon  as  plants got their second
cias,  According  to n  Scientist,
Fniiila ini-ntal  Hagl*.
Is the sense of smell excited hy gases
or  particles?    According  to   Dr.  John
Aitken, nn English specialist, gas is the '
fundamental   basis   of   the   sense   of
smell.    In experiments he first investigated musk, of which it is possible tt>.
detect by smell a microscopic quantity
inconceivably    minute,    a    fact    well ',
known to scientists.    Dr.  Aitken car-
tied out his researches upon the cloudy
condensation basis, according to which,
if odors are attributable to particles,
the latter form nuclei of cloudy condensation   in   supersaturated   air   and
thus make their presence visible.
In the case of musk no such nuclei
were detected, proving that musk does
not give off solid particles, but evaporates as a gas or vapor, aud that it is
gaseous particles from the musk that
act on the sense of smell. Of twenty-
three other odorous substances not one
gave its perfume In solid particles,
nothing but gases or vapors escaping
from them.
Dr. Aitken points out that the nostrils appear to substantiate this theory.
The perfume of snuff, for instance, is a
soft, velvety sensation, while the effect
of the solid is sharp and biting, more
allied to pain than pleasure.
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.
Plumbing Time
For first-class Hot Water, Steam and
Hot Air Heating Installations and
Plumbing, call on or write us for prices.
Jobbing Work a Specialty
Pipe cut and threaded to Demensions
by Machinery	
Sign  Man on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Man's  "I.c-Nfsop   Side"  Works   to   Keep
the  "StroiiRer  Side"   Free.
A group of men, which included a
salesman for a Chicago cigar bouse,
stood talking near the news staud in a
hotel when the subject of cigars came
I "Say, Striblen," said one of the men,
leaves they should be transferred to | "you're a cigar salesman. Tell me why
larger boxes; better still, to pots���three J it is that all smokers hold their cigars
Inch and five inch sizes are handy. In j to the left side of the mouth."
transplanting the first time to the three J "They don't," replied Striblen���"that
Inch pots handle plants carefully, leav- ] Is, all don't. It Is only the right handed
lng as much soil as possible attaching | men who do. Left handed men hold
to roots. In transferring from three to
five  inch   pots���the   latter   being   one-
third filled with soil beforehand���do it
as follows: Invert tbe pot, placing tbe
stem of tbe plant between tbe second
and third fingers of your left hand, so
that the top of the pot rests on the
palm of your band; give the pot two or
three taps with your right, when it
can be lifted off; then put the whole
mass into tbe five inch pot, filling in
with more soil; adopt tlie same plan
when transferring from five inch pot
to garden.
is rather a pity that  the cuttle-
Illustration    lias    been      worn
The   Hardest    to    Hake    Are   Orehid*
nnd    American    Heaiity    Rosea.
The orchid and American Beauty rose
are the two most difficult tlovvers to
make. A skilled worker can construct
only about six American Beauty rose?
in one day, and this number only when
the leaves and petals are all ready to
put together. The small flowers, like
the jasmine, are also ditlirult to make,
and only skilled hands can be intrusted wiib this work. The majority of
the small and delicately made flowers!
their cigars in the right side of the
mouth. The reason, I have been told,
is this: It Is natural with all men te
make their 'lesser side' do what work
it can to keep their 'stronger side' free
that it may meet emergencies. If n
man has a package to carry he holds
it in his left hand if he Is right handed;
If he is left handed he holds it in liis
right hand. Tn either case the hand
he has tho most confidence in ls free
for emergency use. This same idea ho
stretches to cover the muscles of his
lips. It isn't the possibility that he
may need the muscles on the right side
for emerge, icy use that makes the right
handed man hold his cigar in the left
side of his mouth���It's just that Idea
about his whole 'lesser side' that: makes
him do It."���Denver Post
Belyea & Co.
Ueneral Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling our specailty.
Wood and Coal
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
TeleDhona lbo.
in home decoration need not be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
for furniture and pictures, can be
had at reasonable prices if you call
.... at ... .
Wall   Paper  Store
Sixth Street.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        Imported  for  millinery  uses are  made
threadbare In literature.    The cuttle-! In the prisons of franco.    The worls
Of making tlowers is pleasant  and  for
flsh is a beasl that, under Irritation,
shows "a marvelous plaj of changing
colorB"; and. when cornered, has a
trick of ejecting from cine pan of
ii "Inner consciousness" a foul stream
ol coloring matter, resembling Ink,
a ler cover of which i: 1 el ires Into a
place of safety���hunts Its hole, so to
: peato This so exactly resembles the
conduct of some human animals that,
as we have said, it is a pity the useful Illustration is worn threadbare.
A press dispatch from Ottawa puts
the matter of the release of Brothier
very much as It was put in these
columns a week ago. The statement
is that witnesses who had testified
against Brothier on the charge of perjury, made affidavit that they had
themselves been guilty of perjury in
so doing, and it is added that facts
dlsclOSed about the "record" ol' these
witnesses were of a nature to lend
color to the contention that the
charge of perjury bad been "arranged."    A  lew days should bring an of-
skilled hands lucrative
ceivlng all lbe way fr 'ii
beginners lo .s'_7> fur iln
Great   In  His Line.
Mr. Robert Barr once showed a portrait of Mark Twain to a silk merchant
of Lyons. "Tell me who that is," Mr.
Barr said. The merchant gazed at the
portrait and answered, "I should say
he was n Statesman." "Supposing you I
wrong in that, what would be yotll !
next guess'.-" asked Mr. IJarr. "If ho
Is not a maker of history he Is perhaps
a writer of it; a great historian, probably. Of course- It is impossible for mu
the girls re to guess accurately except by accident,
$3 a weel; tor hut I USB the adjective 'great' because
best  workers.   ' nm convinced this man Is great in his
Much of the liner grades is givi 11 mu
for home work, women nnd girls tak
ing huge boxes of flower petals and
leaves to put together. One market
for artificial flowers ls thai of the bar
nessinakers, who order bunches of vio
lets and olner small llowers and resell
them to grooms for the decoration oi
Iheir horses on tallyho trips and othei
gala occasions. Many of the handsoiin
corsage bouquets of orchids and vio
lets so much admired at the theater
and opera are artificial. - Leslie's
line, whatever It Is. If he makes silk,
he makes the best." Mr. lfarr told tbe
French merchant who the portrait represented and said, "You have summed
him up iu your last sentence."���Loudon
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
Also to BUFFALO,  NEW YORK ami
PHILADELPHIA,  via  Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
Assistant (len'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
A   DIsK'ii.sied   Musician.
Conductor Qerlcke, known as the
"human metronome," bad been giving
a Wagner programme. After the concert one of tbe trombone players was
heard   to   say  to  a   fellow   musician, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"Well, I am going to quit."   "Are you   Syrian.���Youth's Companion
daffy?"  said his friend.    "What's  the
mutter?"   "Well, it's just this: In that
'Tristan und Isolde' number I  inonien-
SpeoklnR of AneeNtry.
Mr. Chase has such an exaggerated
respect for the blue blood of lioston
which runs in his veins that bis manner is slightly patronizing. lie was
lately Introduced to a Syrian of good
birth and education who lives in this
"Aud may I inquire," he said blandly
In the course ot tho conversation, "if
you are of tho Christian religion?"
"My family was converted to Christ's
teaching at the time of John's second
Visit to Lebanon," quietly replied the
iiis Intellectual size.
Cholly Nitwit���D'ye know, Miss Out-
tarily forgot the technics of my instru-1 ter, though I've only just met you,
ment, got enthusiastic, filled my lungs there seems to be n���er���sort of iutel-
for that magniflcenl passage for the lectual sympathy between us. You
brass, when up goes that fatal left know just bow to appeal to my tastes,
hand, so I bad to swallow my enthu- you know. Are you a literary woman?
slasm and wind too. If I don'l quit 1, Dolly Cutter���No, I'm a kindergarten
am either going to burst or die of tuber teacher.���Cleveland Leader,
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 and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with tiie Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r'aily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
9.20 a.m.
12.25 P-m-
9.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
... Spokane   7-iS p.m.
...Rossland   4.10 p.m.
 Nelson  6.45 p.m.
General Passenger  Agent
Gold Crown and
Bridge Work
Of The Highest  Order
Our system of Gold Crown and Bridge
work is the best known to dentistry. We
defy contradiction. Thc bridge work
made by our system has never been surpassed. Our bridge and crown expert is
the highest salaried dentist in the west:
We have hundreds of testimonials to
prove these statements. Our prices are
about one half what you are accustomed
to pay.    They never change,    ....
Bridge Work, per tooth -  $5.00
Gold Crowns       -       - $5.00
A Full Set of Teeth      - $5.00
Gold Fillings       -       - $1.00
AllOur Work Guaranteed for 10 Years With a
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The Boston Dentists, i
Hou s 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remember the Place
407   Hastings   St. W.,   Vancouver
From first of June until school opening in
August, Wednesday afternoons will be hou-
days for all our staff except one, who will  j
keep the store open for  transient   trade-
tourists, visitors, school children, etc.
MACKAY'S boof:Rvjssttoa^oN"
rnursaay   ..|   1.JW | la.s |   s.ai | o.��
City limits Line���Worvieo rr'vm
hours    tne   ��*rvice
t'lii ,���������'
JUNE 11.  I90t.
I The Cash Store ~-
Local News Briefly Told
We would do even more business if more people
. :>thes-wise.''
The more we get found out, the bigger our bus-
The fact that our business is increasing so rapid-
. is    ���; proof that the clothes we sell are depend-
We are getting found out���and very glad we
...    However, we want nacre people to find us out,
-   ur skirt stock is too large,  by a couple of
Ired, are going to put the prices down to a very
teh, and see if they won't come and examine
. c tods for themselves.
ghl   nly, light grey, and novelty, tweed, navy;
���..   : and serge skirts, wm S_ 50 and S3.00 each,
^$1.05 IE-
Misses' Skirts $2.45
ice lot of pretty light tweed and cheviots in brown
id blue, all wool goods, worth up to $4.50 each,
Ladies9 Skirts $3.65
ery fine range of smart new stock,  in popular
-    f popular goods.   Many of these Skirts were
made to our order from selected c ods���good- built
rear and at the regular prices were \\ Orthgyto $6.
��� $3* 85 ���
t two hundred skirts wi .   luring  this  sale.     The
t- ked .       st, so if yo      ..���:.. skirt or  tvt i,   this
once to secure their
Mail Orders Filled and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Send Length of Waist Ba~.J and Length of Skirt.
Cannot Fill Telephone Orders for These Goods
Nor Send Goods en Approval.
T. H. Smith
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Not on Top, But Still in the Ring.
House Cleaning Time
iu may possibly need a carpet.   We have the greatest   range of
them and can guarantee to save you money and ��i\e you better satis-
��� ���������'"   I  than you can pet in any other place.     For instance, a pood body
. paper for underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up.
pets taken up, cleaned and relayed for ten cents a yard. We
have the largest stock and the finest show rooms and Che  finest   prices.
and see us. lt will pay vou to see our stock before placing your
order i Isewhere.
''' ;t I 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.
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Largest   Stock   in   the  City.
Mounted     in   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
j DIAMONDS 1  The Jeweler,      -     Columbia St.
(!)   Smali house in West End on full sized lot; within  :?  minutes  of
u'"1'1 car; suitable for small family; Trice $600.
R (2) Close to the bridpe a 6 roomed cottage with a lot and a half,
nricige employees or those working at Sapperton should see us about
ms for price and terms,
(3)   Sixth avenue, 8 roomed house, bath, etc., with a very nice garden, line location, $2100.
i,1"    House with Grooms, 3 pantrys, bath,   stable,   etc.,   and  2 pood
'��w; $1250 cash, balance to suit takes this.
McLeod, Mark & Co., *��SZ 'miit'S
Phrnn .���   :������. Oream.             ���
���Iiihoii 0 . '.,. : v adl   was    a
! assemget a the Pi \t .-.    .    ).-  .
��� council wii; hold its usua
V eel.:- meei baj this i venrni ft b
cotmol   obambei
Doctoi   Bo I we    was a flown   ���
[insscmga  oi   Qu   Favorite yettterfias
"'.'!       '..li,   Ohilliwii.'i
Ice Cream the jmrest at the West-
mtnstei Dreamer; ���
Doctor W. A". Bavtes rettffinei
i      nooi     ni     .hi    Favorite
from f.hilliv.-aek.
C. Preston . ���: Si rarflah was among
che Favorite's passenger* bo Neva
������ ������>.:.. netei   ������?.���.-.������  afternoon.
A. Charleston arrived rrom Hanej
yesterda: afternooii on the steamer
Tht    - rrived   in
pon   ' ���                      .... from \'ir
-   ���     di t cement   and
T        ���       >Cl '...'.
Kteami      D ol   Ban -
esterdaj' i
s ��� . ....
...... t Pei tot Cret ������   a
the Crean -
local .   women
be boar ��� i  . -  ���
.   ���    asi
....-   :   stea   . .-.  5 s a
Chinaman   at   North   Bend  will    be
. in :he county court this morn*
A  strawberrj   festival  and  coi
will be held in the lecture hall ol St
Andrew's church tomorrow.    Th.:    :,..
: the congregation are in cha
. .   . be enterbainmc ..
The freight* r Gtt<
��� - . rdaj   villi           of 200   tons
i V coal Cor the river steamers
tons  of  Portland   cement   were
ight in for loca  >
Miss MeRaj of McKaj s   	
��� ��� . in Xew Westminst* .��������� > erday
afternoon from  the ������        ������   i
���:     Sh<     S   N
\ sit lag hei  pan nts.
The resident   . I  M s, L. A. 1 i
Granville streel      . ���   been chosen' as
the    localltj    where    the    Women's
auxiliary of the HoU    frinlty church
wil! hold theii   strati b< 11 j   so< I i
a. 7.. Smith of Mean: It     u   <
e.i yesterdaj afternoon on the steam
ir Favorite with his household goods
end effects, Mr, Smith is moving to
Vancouver where he Intends to reside
in future,
in consequence ol a washout on the
t . P, K. iines near Medicine Hat,
mails from the east have heen delayed
bul three mails were expected to arrive in early morning, the tirs: be
lng slated to reach here at one o'clock
the second at three, and the last one
about  five o'clock.
The thirsty horses maj now drink
their till, the water troughs along the
different streets having had the water
tamed on yesterday tor the first time
this year since the glanders Bcarce
The trough at the market has not
been repaired, so that It is probable it
v. ill tie rebuilt entirely.
The steamer Favorite, which has
been replacing the Ramona while the
latter was In drydock, wil be rellev-
. ,i on Tuesday, when it will proceed
Lo    Porl    Douglas    on    Harrison    lake
with a load or lumber. On returning,
the old nm will tie resumed, bul In
future the final landing wlll be Mis
sion Instead of Mount Lehman,
This morning's session at the police
couri will be enlivened b) the appear
ance of several women, who have
charges and counter charges galore
to lay againsl each other. Alt the
parties Interested In the ou tea are
residents of the Red Lighl district.
and while the cause of the trouble la
i ot known, there is ample evidence
that it took place.
Mr. and Mrs. T, ii. Smith received
rows yesterday thai their son Jarne -
had arrived safely In Toronto. Master
.lames who is just ten years of age,
started oul alone from New Wesl
minster, his   parents expecting   thai
he   WOUld   have   ciiiii|>aiiy   I'rom   Slea
minis to Toronto,  bul  the company
missed connection and .lames eon
tinned     his   journey   alone,     making
connection by boat  al  Fori William.
The Vellore sun rides al anchor
on the bosom of the Fraser, with the
prospects of securing a crow as ap*
patently   as  reinole  as  ever.     Yesler-
day  the big vessel   was gaily derurnt
nl with flags and bunting, hut  people
looked   In   vain   for   the   Union   -lack
annum the gaily decorated rigging.
This facl was strongly commented upon by the man In the Street, and
many   opinions  wore  advanced   as  to
the proper course for a vessel to pursue while In foreign  waters.    II  was
even suggested thai the Anvil Batter)
.   mm a voll
at the Velio
ll  boirit Simfia;     tu   c .
li   obiel could nol b<    own
his usual haunts, s.    hi   '���.���
be abandoned.
Tin s .. men Tr-i'us v bid  has been
ni'   'i.iniie:   at  Winsifle    ��������� i nei
yes erfla;   i venting and  anohore
pos i  ths C. P. N. wharf, waiting ro;
the   irif   to come Hp befori   proceed
ins on the jotrrni ������ ..   ftom<
Tomorrow  evening all interest ���    h
the proposed merchants  ptenfc i
peotefi to bi  present at  ihe mei
ii   hi       rn connection with r>:-.
lng work to the board eft trade  'oo
Ctt5    hall      A   priori   ai:en.-laf'.''<    t
sired,  as  commiitons  have  ro  bi
pointed,  anrl   much   -online  work   hal
still ro Ue dose
Henn MSoSwatR, ol Chilliwack  was
admitted ;. ���..   ;,   Ootembiai
piial yestterda: evening, suf
rrom a toroken leg. it appears thai
:..-.. a week ago, Mi MeSwain waa
softs, when thej
beoasH anmanageabh ani he was
throw i and seven
ol  his  legs  being broken
He  was   .,;���..:        ittendei      ���   but
���   : .. ��� ���    sed to eel
- -t  fleemed  i   ���
a\i man   ..-  .' t  < ��� ���    ���
menl.   Or. Roihwell aoOOmpanied
on his journej
The steamer Ramona  will  resume
ts upriver run on Toesda;  mon i
havtog spent 1he las', lew weeks
in the Kmerson drydivk. where it
as thoroughly overhauled and re
painted, the ehlel colo - being white
and blue. Prominenl among ihe im-
proveatrents is a new bow, while -the
present appearance of the boai is a
great Improvement upon the Kamona
ol a few -weeks back. The -water line
oi the hni: has heen painted a bright
red, and   the whe;     has also   heen
 ed   the   same   color.   With   while
trimmings.   In the interior, the ladies'
. has heen artistically decked oul
In white with pink trimmings, while
the dining  room has been  similarly
redecorated.  The smoking  room  has
; ri a   grained  a  light   oak  color.    To
complete the natty appearance of the
the owners have purchased two
..-   wiih a blue cross and ihe com-
..; j s ... I iis on a whiii1 background.
��� ���o���
Sunday  Gaines  Stopped.
\i ���> York, .tune 10,   There were no
... itessional beee
games played In Greater New-
York today. Police Commissioner
Bingham Issued instructions to his
subordinates during ihe week that
should prevent the playing of all
Sundaj base ball games where ad
mission was charged,
, ���o	
Freshly made candj   every day at
the   Star   Ca&dy   Factory   ne\|   to   De-
Grej 's barber Shop, * j
Wanted���Old   'pigeons    for    breeding.
S4S Powell street, Vancouver,
we save |USt   -ecelvei  ���  sh  imei     ..   Linoleum from   Scotland
beautiful pat ������ ins  excellent  ��� alue
Just fihtok ".-ii  cati get a gooi ���. > 45c usimlh nom at
:,:./   others at 50c. 60c. Tsc am    how excellent OoiteVjaatpets ��������� < ed
for 85c, "ogii'i.   si no.
Carpets!    Carpets!   Carpets!
836 tt, 242 Columbia and 226 t o  241   Front  Streets,   Dupont   Block,   |
'"A WViolesome Healthy Life Requires Wholesome Healthy Food."
B> using these F^orfji on aHeinale days
you get  a   delightful   changa  of  diet
soi n   i*>
B. K. in?,.
Maple Leaf Tennis
and Lacrosse Shoes
Represents the acme of Perfection in
athletic footwear. They are made over
all styles of foot form 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.
Advertise   in   The   News
Balbriggan $1
the Suit
T)TlA(lerWear Merino 75c the
Natural Wool
the Garment
Stanfield's Unshrinkable $1.25
the Garment
Elastic Ribbed
the Garment
|  Sole Agents for
-     Dr. Deimel's
Linen Mesh
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\ Sporting News* | Northern Pacific |
���       and Comment.       X
I *
Rough Play in Vancouver.
Three fre and easy tights and one
attack on the referee ought to lie
enough excitement tor one game of
lacrosse, and the big crowd that paid
their admission fee last Saturday in
Vancouver to see the game between
the Maple Leafs and the Vancouver
lacrosse team evidently felt that they
got their money's worth. The teams
were fairly well matched, but the
Vancouvers had the best of it as far
as passing and combination work
went ,and defeated their opponents by
a score of 11 to 7. Both goal keepers
played a good game, and had it not
been for the good work of McGeer,
the Maple Leap goaltender, the score
against his team might have been anything between 10 and 50.
Referee R. H. Cheyne and A. W.
Gray penalized the players whenever
they showed any signs of rough house
tactics, as it   was a well  known fact
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
general direction of the creek or All tenders submitted must specify
gulch, the width being from iooo to clearly the institution, or Institutions,
2000 feet. All other placer claims which it is proposed to supply, and
shall be 250 feet square. must bear the endorsation of at leasi
Claims   are   marked   by  two   legal   two responsible sureties.
Papers inserting this notice without
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim must hold a frce miner's certificate.
!    The   discoverer  of  a  new  mine  is
of  iooo   feet  in
authority from the King's Printer will j
not be paid therefor.
Inspectors of Penitentiaries.
Department of Justice,
Ottawa, May 25, 1906.
entitled   to  a   claim
Toronto,  St.   Paul   length,  aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-
AND ALL POINTS EAST put  on which no  royalty    shall    be
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-  charged the rest of the party ordin-
pean points. ary claims only.
Entry fee $10.     Royalty at the rate
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip , 0{ tw0 an(j one-half   per cent, on the
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C
Portland, Ore A. G.
value  of the gold  shipped  from  the
ject to the rights of all persons who
Tenders  for   Steel   Rails  and   Fastenings and Railway Ties.
Sealed   Tenders,   addressed   to   the
have, or who may receive entries for I undersigned, marked on the envelope,
bar diggings or bench claims, except  "Tender for Steel Rails," "Tender for
on   the   Saskatchewan   River,   where   Ranway   Ties,"   Tender   for   Spliced
; the lessee can  dredge to high-water  Bars>��  Tender  for Bolts  an(]  Nutfi ���
mark on each alternative leasehold.      .Ten(,er for ^^ ^  .^ {or
TO SEND YOU OVER   ,���-,��� '������ ,,,,, ,.. s���tyu-it.���,.
Nutlocks," respectively, will he received at the office of the Commissioners of the Trancontinental Railway at
Ottawa until 12 o'clock noon of the
7th day of June, 190G. for sixty-five
thousand     (65,000)     gross    tons    of
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
that there was considerable ill-feeling   Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
between the teams, and the only way
to check it was to fence the men a.s
soon as   any one of them tried   any
dirty work.   In spite of all they could
do,    however,    three fights    occurred,
two of  them  happening in  the  last
No serious Injuries resulted from
the fights.
Garvey, Morrison and Matheson
were retired for the rest of the gan%,
while several of the others were
penalized from three to five minutes,
according to their activity during the
argument. Ravey especially seemed
to lie looking for trouble all the time,
and was prominent in every scrap and
handed a few to Referee Gray in the
last scrap.
On June 2::, the Westminster Seniors are scheduled to play the Maple
Leafs in Vancouvei-, and when talking
cl their chances after the match on
Saturday Referee Cheney said that
the Maple Leafs would have to improve considerably in tho next two
weeks if they expected to heat their
opponents. In fact, neither of the
teams that played on Saturday are
equal to New Westminsters, and if
the home players continue In training
as they have started, there is no rea-
The lessee shall  have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company has
obtained   more   than   one   lease   one
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-
Rental, $10
per annum for    each    mile    of river  eighty pounds (SO lb.) steel rails (open
leased.     Royalty at the rate of two hearth or Bessemer, at the option of
and a half per cent, collected on the  t,K, commissioners) and the necessar
output after it exceeds $10,000. s..t.��i��~.        1   * ml
J     ,  .      .    ..     .. ,       ���     . fastenings     and   tor  one  million
Dredging in the \ ukon Territory���  ,       ,     ,
Six leases of five miles each may be h,,mlred  and  fort>'-fiv<-' tho��sand     d*
granted to a free miner for a term of 545,000) railway ties; in strict accord
20 years; also renewable. i,nc:t'   witl1   tll('   specifications    of  the
The lessee's right is confined to the Commissioners.
submerged  bar  or  bars  in  the  river Tenders must be made on the forms
below   low   water    mark, that boun- supplied by the Commissioners which
LTD.  dary t0 be fixed by its P��sition on the a.s well as the specifications, mav be
Embodies the newest and best ideas S/ot VSR '" ^ ^ �� ^ ��U^ ��* ^^ t0 ^ D'
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.: The lessee shall have one dredge
and LUXURY. It is lighted with jn operation within two years from
both electricity and gas;, the most the date of the lease, and one dredge
brilliantly illuminated train in the for each five miles within six years
world. The equipment consists of frnm such date. Rental $100 per mile
private compartment cars, standard Yukon Territory to be paid to the
16  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining   comptroller.
car   reclining chair cars  (seats free),      No free miner shall receive a grant  conditions on which tenders ,   .
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   ll-   0f  more   than   one   mining  claim   on
brarir and  smoking cars. each   separate  river,   creek  or   gulch,
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any  but  the   same   miner   may  hold   any
further  information  call  on  or  write   number  of  claims   by   purchase,   and
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
Daily I NEW ||    Daily
Leave| WESTMINSTER| Arrive
9:20am|Blaine, T3elling-[3:00 pm
4:35 pnrham      Burling-|9:55pm
Iton, Mt. Ver-
|non, Everett,
Seattle and
4:35 pm|Spokane,       St. 3:00 pm
|Paul    and    all
 points JEast	
9.20 am|Anacortes, 3:00 pm
Woolley,     and
3:00 pm
9:55 pm
19:20 am
14:35 pm
Route of the Famous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all points East.
For complete information,
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.
Canadian Pacific Ri,
British  Columbi, rE      ay '
cJmbia Coast
VSUb3eCt^,:���^     not,,,
".   S. Amur,
Leaves Vancouver June r
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily
at 1
, may
Lumsden, Chief Engineer, Ottawa
Ont., to A. E. Doucet, District Engen
eer, Quebec, P. Q., or to A. E. Hodgins
District Engineer, Kenora, Ont.
Full information in regard to dcliv
eries, quantities for which tenders
will be received, and also ns to othe
A sampli
Railway Company
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westmlnstei  ,- -
on Wednesday and Mondays. '
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily exce,.
urday and Sunday al  1:30 a ��
urday at 2:30 p. m,
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at. 11 p. m      .
7th, 19th and 20th of each month fJ
Ashousit and way points; leaves J
toria on the 7, and 20, tor Quatslno
way  points.  Leaves Victoria on
of each month for Cape Scott and ��l
points including Quatslno,
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New   Westminster 0,     J
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday, ThursdJ
and Friday at 3 p.
at 2 p. rn. with additioi J
day at 5 a. ni.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Ti     j
Wednesday, Thursday am] Saturday]
7 a. m.;  Friday at 0 a. ni.
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
S. S. Beaver
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
free  miners   may   work   their   claims
in   partnership   by   filing   notice   and
is given on form of tender
of the nutlock tendered on must ac- lpoypc at 17"20
company each tender for nutlocks.
Each tender must he    signed    and,
sealed by all the parties to the tender J
Double Through Fast Train Service Daily with Dining Cars,
Sleepers and Tourist.
Atlantic Express leaves at    Leavos New westminst
7:25, connects with trains for    leaves Chmiwack^ &nd *""*
Seattle and Eastern Canada, Thursday and Tatoday
also with steamers at Fort
William.     Imperial Limited
For rates and other particulars apply to
paying fee of $2.     A  claim  may be   nnd  witnessed, to he acoempanied by
abandoned and another obtained on
the same creek, gulch or river, by
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
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal  not, the claim shall be deemed to be
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in  abandoned, anad open to occupation
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and entry by a free miner.
and the Yukon Territory. The boundaries of a claim may be   within  tcn  days after
COAL���Coal  lands  may    be    pur-  defined absolutely by having a survey    the contract.
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver, 1
son   why   they   should   lose   a   single
game this season.    There is no truth 1 chased at $10 per acre for soft coal  made  and   publishing  notices  in   the
In  the    rumor thai   they'are    taking   and  $20   for   anthracite.     Not   more   Yukon   Official   Gazette.
boxing lessons in anticipation of their
an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank of the Dominion of Canada payable to the Commissioners of tho
Transcontinental Railway for a sum
equal to ten per cent. (10 per cent.) of j -
the amount of tender. Canadian Pacific
Cheques deposited by parties whose  R , Ma��� Steamship
tenders are  rejected  wil   be  returned 1 	
the signing of
next     meet in
They   play
with   the     Vancouver
lacrosse   and
love   one
Vancouverites Interested.
Considerable interest is being taken
in Vancouver In the lacrosse match to
be played here between the veterans
and the senior lacrosse team, and
while In the Terminal City on Saturday It. II. Cheyne was asked innumerable questions regarding the chances   according to capital.
than 320 acres can be acquired by one Petroleum���All unappropiated Do-
individual or company. Royalty at minion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000 west Territories and within the Yukon
pounds shall be collected on the gross Territory, are open to prospecting for
output.                                                       , petroleum, and  the minister may re-
QUARTZ���Fersons of eighteen serve for an individual or company-
years and over and joint stock com- having machinery on the land to be
panies holding free miners' certificates prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
may obtain entry for a mining loca- such period as he may decide, the
tion.                                                           ; length of which shall not exceed three
A free miner's certificate is granted times the 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
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.    By order,
P.  E.  RYAN,
The  Comniissionres  of
the Transcontinental  Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, May 19th, 1906.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands with-
iif the veterans in the forthcoming
contest. A large crowd of Vancouver
enthusiasts are expected here on Wednesday tn witness the match,
Guichon���E.    Evans,    Seattle;    w
Foster,   Millside:   A.   Bui ton   McKen
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,  acres, including the  oil well, will be i!1 t,le Railway Belt in British Colum-
sold to the prospector at the rate of bia, may be homesteaded by any per-
A   free   miner,   having   discovered  $1 an acre, and the remainder ef the son who Is the sole head of a family,
mineral in place, may locate a claim   tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres, 0r any male over 18 years of age   to
1500x1500   feet   by   marking   out   the   will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre, the   extent   of  one.quarter   , ctl    '    f
same  with   two  legal   posts,   bearing  subject to royalty at such rate as may .,.���
location notices, one  at each  end  of  be specified by Order in Council,
the line of the lode, or vein.                                                     W. W. CORY. Emr-V must be miu'e  personally at
The claim shall be recorded within      Deputy of the  Minister  of the In- the loc:i! llin(l office for the district in
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles  terior.
of a mining recorder's office, one ad-      Dept. Interior
ditional   day   allowed   for   every   ad-
zie, Surrey Centre;   Lester  W.  David,   (Iitjonal  ten  miies or  fraction.     The
.Millside;     Captain and     Mrs.   Butler, , fee for recording a claim is $5.
Victoria;   C.  E.  Smith,  Montreal;   11.       At least $100 must be expended on
W.    Vanderhoof,    Belllngham;    Alex   the  claim  each  year  or  paid  to  the
Stewart,  Seattle;   L.  B.  Joseph,   Port    mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
Renfrew;     ll   C,   Brice     Vancouver; ' $500 has been expended or paid, the
Roberi   Nevlns,  .Mills ;   ll.   lv  Gal-1locator   ma>''  uP��n  havin�� a sUrvey
higher, wife and daughter, Port.
Moody; C. B, McLean, Vancouver;
1:. G, Sherwood and wife, Everett;
Ml It. II. Benson, Nome; II. I). Benson, Everett: Nell] Lougheed, l'ort
Moody; G. Jardine, Vancouver; F.
McReady, Vancouver; A. C. McReady,
Van' oiiver.
Colonial S.   K,  Suttles,  Seattle;   A.
Gonthroe, Vancouver; It. ll. Baxter,
Vancouver; Miss Estella M. Douglas,
Si attle; Mr. Franklin lloig. Toronto;
Honor L. Wllhelle and wife, Seattle;
It D, Patterson, Dawson; (!. Mer-
cier, L, Mercler, George Brandon,
Bans  lloiinne.  Minneapolis.
Windsor���G, .1. Hanby, S. E. Nel-
.-on, W. K. Clark, S. E. Taylor, II. B.
Baton, E, Welsbey, Vancouver; W.
0. Sieltis and wife, Blaine, Wash.;
���lohn Barnett, Victoria; A. McKenzie,
Nanaimo; A. E. Tlsdale, Barnet; D.
A. McMlllen, Vancouver; W. Reynolds, Mission; George Allan, Lang-
It ;.: Henry WeBt, Langley; D, David,
Coquitlam; A, D, MfcKenzIe, Vancouver; Dan Sutton, Surrey; C. Ha-
gan, wife and son, Duncans.
Depot- George Milne. Ladner; W,
A.  Withers,    Barnet;   Miss    Beeves.
Vancouver; K. W. ingle, .lames Saudi-
son, .lames Besl, Sapperton; G. 10. St.
John, J. D. Dnderhill, Vancouver.
Freshly made candy every day at
the Star Candy Factory next to DeGrey's barber shop. *
for the
made and upon complying with other PENITENTIARY  SUPPLIES,
requirements,   purchase   the   land   at       Sealed   Tenders   addressed   to   "In-
$1.00 an acre. spectors    of  Penitentarles,   Ottawa."
Permission may be granted by the  and endorsed  "Tenders for Supplies,"
Minister   of   the   Interior   to   locate   WU]   De   received   until   Monday,   25th
claims containing iron and mica, also
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 2]/2 per cent, of the sales
of the  products  of  thc  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting thc Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fee
$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
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to per
form the conditions connected there-!
with under one of the following plans, i
(1) At least six months' residence!
upon and cultivation of the land in j
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the !
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
hy such person residing with the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
lime, inclusive, from  parlies desirous  residence   upon   fanning   land   owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply tor patent.
Deputy  Minister of the  Interior.
N.   B.���Unauthorized  publication  of
this advertisement will not he paid
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
Seven   hundred  miles   of   magnificent
river  trip.    Empress  of   Britain  sails
from Montreal for Liverpool June 23rd.
For other dates and rates apply to
O. F, K. Agent.
New  Westminster.
Royal Bank
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets 5^b,J/d,o/o.
Branches and correspondents ln
all the principal citi?s ot tiie world.
General  banking business transacted.
\. opens an account.    Interest added
talf yearly.
Collections made at lowest rate1?.
)pen   Saturday   nights   Trom a to 9
F. B. Lyle, Manager.
s,  calling
landings   between   New   WestmlMtj
and Chilliwack.
S.  S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nj
and   16th  of   each  month, calling
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Cool
on second  trip. Time on arrival ;
departure  are  approximate.
For   reservations   and   informarjol
call or address
Agent, New Westminster. |
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver,
General Superintendent, Victoria.]
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New Westminster.
power  is   used  claims   200  feet   wide   ous)
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renew-'
able in the discretion of the Minister'
of  thc  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the J &c.
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
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
claims   shall  not  exceed   250  feet   in
of  contracting   for   supplies
fiscal year 1906-1907, for the
institutions, namely: ���
Kingston  Penitentiary,
St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary,
1 lorehesi.er Penitentiary,
Manitoba Penitentiary.
British  Columbia Penitentiary.
Alberta   Penitentiary.
Separate tenders will be received
for each of the following classes of
supplies: ���
1. Milk,  pure  fresh.
'2.  Beef   and   milt Ion   (fresh).
I!. Forage.
4. Coal   (anthracite     and
Bank of
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
CAPITAL  (All paid up)... 1814,000,000
RESERVE FUND 1110,000,000
Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal, G.C.M.G,...Hon President
Hon. Sir G. A. Druminond, President
E.   S.   Clouston,  Vice  President  and
General Manager.
5. Cordwood.
6. Groceries, Pork, Bacon.
7. Coal Oil  tin barrels).
8. Dry Goods.
!>. Drugs and Medicines.
10. Leather and Findings.
11. Hardware, Tinware, Paints, Oils
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th Street
New Westminster, II. C.
12. Flsh,  fresh.
Details of Information as to form of
contract, together wilh forms of tend-j nished.
er, will he furnished on application to
the   Wardens of  the  various    institutions.
All   supplies  aro  subject to the ap-
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly fur-
length, measured on the base line or  broval of the Warden
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities
In Canada, In London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. Joiin, Mid.,
and correspondents ln all parts of the
Savings Bank Dept.
G. D. Brymner,  Manager.
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
Trains & Steamer
Leave New   Westminster 7,25 daily,
Leavo New Westminster 17.130 daily.I
Arrive  New   Westminster 10.30 daM
Arrive New  Westminster 19.10 daffl
Lv. N. \V. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle,  12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,  8.85,  17.20, 19.25.
Ar.   N.   W.   9.15,  10.30,  19.10, 20.M
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a, m.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 pJ
Lv. N. W. 4.36 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10pJt
Lv. Seattle 8.3(1 a.m.; ar. N. W. 3 pJ��
Lv. Seattle, i.'.'A p. 111., ar. N, W. ��1
Lv. N. YV. 3 p.m. and 8.35 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.36 a.m., and 4 p,E
Lv.   N.   W.   !>.20 a.m.;   ar. Uui<*��|
2.20 p.m.
Lv.  Guichon  2.40 p.m.;  ar. N. ���|
9.35 p.m.
Mondays onlv.
Lv.  New  Westminster 5.50, 6.59,1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour \M<\
after till 11 p. ni.
Lv. Vancouver for  Westminster >|
same hours.
Fraser River and'Gulf
Beaver��� _
From N. YV. Mnn. Wed. Frid. ��� ����������
From Chwk.  Tu., Th., Sat, 1 lllJ|
From N. YV. Tu., Th.. Sat. 8 a*l
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Prl., 7 �����������
Transfer��� . ������.
From N. \Y\ daily, ex. Sat. ai
3 p. in.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday. 6 a.m. ���
From Sleveslon, 7 a.m. 1 Krl. 6 �������"���
Add. trip Sat unlay, 6 p.m.
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 1"
From Victoria Tues. and S    ! ' 1
Mail Service
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm.
Sap'n & Millside.. 10.00 p.m
Vancouver 10.00 p.m
Cloverdale, Blaine, n of) n.tti.
Seattle, etc..  .. 8.45a.m.   �����     ���,
Van. & Cent. Park...l0.30 a.rfl.
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, Scotcti and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always ln stock
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B,C." JSt    stock now ln" Milke vour
8,20 P*|
10.30 i>\
, .10.30 a.m.
Victoria.. ..
East Burnaby
Steveston, etc.... UOp.m.
East, vlaC. P. R...4.45pm.
East, via C. P. R.. 10.00 P-"1-
Sap., Mill, Ooq'm..4.46 p.m-
Van. & Burnaby..8.80 p.m.
Timherland, Tues.,
Friday  I*'00 ffl'
1 n.oft n." I
1.20 P-"1!
7.10 ?H
10.30 W
7.10 P-"
0.00 P"
12.001"' I
1.28 I .U.8 I    s..ii  1 o.:t j
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proposed   and                             ���            ^-^          Henrj Birtt"* ttt&ftsqfter pari ��t
y monthly or quarterii     |  fJcHISTd4"   V_ 0��   ���
-  '��������� White, See. ,    .,
s�� ... \v.-,���-. . atl   and   all
eotttpUcated \vatche�� cleaned, reefed,
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pari oi the - '���'���> ���
CANDY      | Light and Heavy Hauling
CAQFgM   /Cru.-ontii'/V.
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t*   Cl'.NKU.M, MACH1NM  AM' BlNUiNB
Y\ t>lt K-
SHU' SMirillM!, nmiHIK nnd
Ornamental  iron   worn,  including
Fencea, Gates, Kin* bisoapes, etc
Mull orders nnd (���orri'npoiidoiico lu
BBOBIM hikkki'.
\'ow Wostmlnster. ���'��� "��� *'1*-
' '' ��� li Fruit, in Season,
welve years experience In the
���f   m randy   trade.
K   "!' proof of the pudding Is in
It the eating.
\ Next Door DeGrey's Barber Shop.    | ' *''CALL ��N'''
������������������������������������������ww���w: f # A.Muir & Co.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
i,   t   r   HAMPTON B01 fl, until I
H of i in>   111>i.hub pout i i <ni> i���"
I'MlliiiliiUI ll.'ilil. ut rniiinii'i i S I'lill'l
lllg, I'oliiinl'iii 'ilieel. opp."i|li> pOSl
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ooruor Olarltsou etnd Lorne streets
Vancouver, footns 81 to 14, 441 OrttB
viiio street ,i iseph Martlhi i< ''., ������
yv, Y\'"!iii. YV. ll. MoQtiaiit". Hi A
Bourne, Mr. Martin wi*/i be ia th-1
tVeetmlneter offloei every Prld&y nf
Shingle and Saw Mill
Ma chin en'
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Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
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tare,  lolloltorii  eti .  4S   Lorne
streel,    Opposite   ClflUTl    IIoiib",    Now
Weitmlmtor,  J. n. Bowee, iv 0 Bw
Gi.iiitui'; ig. MARTIN, Barrletei nn''
Botloitor, Oulohon block! Ooluni'
iiu nml MoKensie ��tfeete, New vv>��t
minster, B< f!-
Far"ily Trade a Specialty.
M. 113.
Office,  Eighth Street,
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ���
VV. N. Draper
13. C. Land
B. C.    Ellard Block.   N*w Westrnlnstftr, B.C.
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Buginnini   Fcbwwt;   15 ''l'
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C CRTrTIN, N*��w W^tmmster, B. C.
Fresh Water Port
The City of New
Best Facilities on
the Pacific Coast
All Kinds of Man
ufacturing Enterprises
Information can be obtained from
Secretary Board of Trade,
Mayor City New Westminster
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���- ���"��� ��� ������ haritSTn 6f modern life. The
rime ������ ��� Vice's  in  whirh  mt-  un-
��� ' ���    ���   entangli I are
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imv\ Y\> are ion busy io get any-
iliiYit' lione:    tn   ���   chachlnery   of
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tnu     've hnve no time for "the
H hours- of cMt nnd vnll�� nnd drives to-
g^tftev" 61 whieh our correspondent
Writes-, 6t fi h'er things
thni would do ns good.
r���,   |fl  ,, v   (;&��   r;--e".ih   of  the  new
��� hiv, the "���'.���.ii- i cause of the
' if tfoe bW?    rhe old friendship
vv- nsexnnl. because one sex had
'''    inonot��oi) that
nvvii- trioril-liiu. The new friendship
i ��� ... ��� ��� fi tl has  very largely
taken its place, It user] i a rare
Ihittg for n man to i i friend of
id- wife or a wife of her husband;
i' is now n common thing. The
. quailzation   of  the has  done
��� .vo    i-     * ' and
Rt    '"   th    ���      fo    there  c in
He no thi     -l'ldiin except  ln"\\   i i'
, quai���
 o ���
Tlio   Mole   11ns   |-><��.
The m'ajorlty of people believe that
il...   ,.,  i     is   oven   "Minder"   than   the
bn    rbial   bat,   but   the   natui  '
know thai   Bitch is nol  the ���
.lohn Ltibbock and Cnrl Hess, the fette'r
a noted German naturalist, by carefnl
liivestJgatlon proved that the mole has
eyes which are us perfect as those of a
horse  or  nn   elephnnt.   They   are  very
small optics, to be sure fonly one mill!
meter in diameter), but In the matter
of reflection nnd refraction do noi differ from the normal eyes in larger animals.
Our  Locked  l'p Force*.
It is the locked up forces within, that
lie deep In our natures, not those thnt
nre on the BUrface, that test our mettle.
It Is within everybody's power to call
out these hidden forces, to bo somebody and to do something worth while
In the world, and the man who doos
not do It Is violating his sacred birthright. -Success Magazine.
French Mnrrlnien NcntrlcHonB.
It sounds almost incredible, but is
none the leas a fact, Unit a Frenchman
under twenty-five years of age whose
parents are dead and whose grandfather or grandmother ls alive cannot
enter the married state without the
written authority of both or either of
them.-Parls Letter to London Post
We have made our arrangements for supply.    As usual you  will  be
able to secure the best the market affords right here.
Some extra value in New Zealand Jam in self-opening tins  at  50c���
the best yet.
Ripe Tomatoes, 15c per lb.   Cabbage-splendid stock, only 5c per lb.
Everything the best at the lowest prices.
Horse     Dashes     Into     Barbed     Wire
Fence and  Upsets Occupants of
for Xew Westminster and
district is better today than
it has ever been at any time
within the past ten years.
With deep water vessels
and steamers coming up the
Fraser river and giving Xew
Westminster her rightful
place in the shipping world.
The coast Kootenay railroad a long felt want is now
an assured thing and will
open a vast tract of country
for settlers in the near future. The opportunity for acquiring sites for homes as
evidenced by the result of
the sale of property held by
the city last week, is unsurpassed by any city on the
Coast,    justly entitles    Xew
Westminster to be called the
city of beautiful homes.
The country round is fast
settling up with from five to
twenty acre holdings, of
which class of property we
make a specialty and have a
large number for immediate
D. Stewart, traffic superintendent of
the 13. C. E. R. Company, wa.s injured
on Saturday as a result of being
thrown from a rig on Fifth avenue.
Mr. Stewart was out driving with
two friends, when the horse became
frightened by the approach of a street
car, and dashed wildly along the
street. All efforts to stop the frightened animal were vain but on reaching the corner of Fifth avenue and
Thirteenth street the maddened steed
was unable to turn, with the result
that he dashed into a barb wire fence.
The three occupats of the rig were
thrown out, Mr, Stewart receiving
somewhat serious injuries in the back.
The other members of the party were
uninjured, but the horse was badly
scratched, and the wagon reduced to
ii   complete   wreck.
Women  Have Good Time.
Winnipeg,   June   1".���The   Canadian
Women's Press   Club concluded    Its
session last evening when the officers
and members held a reception which
 was   attended    by   many    prominent
valuable species, the daughter of the citizens. They were afterwards
dromedary having died about four lunched hy the Western Canada Press
months ago. association. A portion of the dele-
Ever since her offspring passed gates left for Banff this evening and
away the big camel has been sick, will visit Edmonton. The remainder
She would lie down and pay no at- will go west tomorrow morning as
tention to any one. YY'hen food was guests of the C, P. R.
given to her it would often be an hour  ~	
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l Musling Greatly Underpriced!
1,5011   yards  of  beautiful   summer   Dress   Muslins   and   Gine]
sale this week. B^^
12 t Cents Per Yard
Many odd lines from our large stock, worth  from  ir,c to 2��t
yard;   all to be cleared at this  low price this week.
See our small show window  for a few designs.
Pines Away After Death of Daughter
in   National   Zoo   at
Washington, June 0.���That animals,
as well as human beings, sometimes
nie of a broken heart is believed by
many, and never has this theory been
better illustrated than in the death of
the big Arabian camel, or dromedary,
al the National Zoological Park. In
the death of this animal the collection loses its last, representative of a
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Ice Cream
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We have forty-two
acres fronting on the
Fraser river and Great
Northern Railroad
connection, deep water, price only
an acre.    Grand site
for an industry.
Real   Estate   Brokers,
278 Columbia  Street.
Telephone   170.
Of more before she made any attempt
to eat. Her big, glassy eyes stared
l.iteously off into space, and the comment of -the keepers was that she
wouldn't last long. She was examined
several times, but no special ailment
could be discovered.
Treatment  of   No   Avail.
A few weeks ago the animal became
seriously ill.    She was given medical
attention, but failed to respond to the
treatment.     Gradually   her   condition
1 became  worse,    and    yesterday    she
Dr. Buckley, of the bureau of animal
i industry, of the department of agriculture,    performed an    autopsy.    Death
| from old age and cancer of the liver
I was the official verdict, but the knowing ones say it was a broken heart,
and that she had pined away since
her offspring died.
The animal had an interesting o-
ttry, and, besides being of a rare
species, had a royal pedigree. She
was a little over thirty years of age,
and during the Italian campaign in
North Africa in 1890 was attached to
the army under Gen. Baratieri, operating in Abyssinnia. After the defeat
of the Italians by King Menellk this
camel, with some of her companions,
returned to Italy. Shortly afterward
the Italian government, through its
consul at Baltimore, presented this
one and several others to the authorities in charge of Druid Hill Park.
Five years ago the two animals,
mother and offspring, were purchased
bj the authorities at the locatzoo
for the nominal sum of $1UU each.
Their affection for each other has.
always been a source of great interest
io the officials and keepers, for seldom does a mother show marked at-
11 nt inn to her offspring after it is
several years old. She was a proud
mother, however, and watched the
younger animal as closely as human
< hlldren are watched.
Irishman   Is   Killed   in   Saloon   Fight
and  Italian  Has  Head  Blown
Royal   Time  Abroad.      ���	
London,   June 10.���After   a voyage
which both declared to have been the       Buffalo, X. Y., June 10.���The police
most pleasant in their experience, Mr.   Of  this    city  are   investigating    two
and   Mrs.  Nicholas Longworth  reach-   fatalities,  both  of   which  may   result
ed London early this afternoon, hav-   in charges of murder,
ing    journeyed     from     Southampton       Tap  O'Neill,  a   laborer,   was  killed
where they debarked from the Ameri-   in a saloon fight early lhis morning,
can liner St. Louis in a beautifully ap-   Louis Wood is under arrest, charged
pointed royal carriage which was at- ! with  having  struck   the   blow   which
tached to the  American  line special   caused O'Neill's death,
on  the London  &  Southwestern  rail-       Joe Severeno, an Italian youth had
way.      The    royal    car    which    had   'he  top  of his  head   blown   off  with
awaited them at Plymouth was taken
to Southampton during the night.
On arrival in London, they were
met by a party which included 'Ambassador and Mrs. Reid and the members of the embassy staff, as well as
several hundred American residents.
The greeting between Mr. Reid and
his family and Mr. and Mrs. Long-
worth was most cordial.
lt has not yet heen announced
Whether King Edward will entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Longworth, bul it is expected they will dine with him at
Ascot. i
a charge of buck shot just outside
the city last night. Another Italian
is under arrest pending an investigation.
i o	
Eleven   Killed  and   Five  Seriously  Injured on the Susquehanna
2nd and 3rd Avenue Burn
aby, Near City Limits,
Close to City Tram,
A. I. WHITE, 260 Columbia SI.
lelephone 85
We are offering tin. up-to-date
poultry farm, ln whole or in five-
acre blocks; cheap for cash, or on
easy terms; suiluatod on Xonh
Road, near school and proposed
Port .Moody extension of train
you'll never have a better
chance to get Into a good paying
Apply at once to
Malins, Coulthard X Co.
Financial, Insurance & Real Estate
Agents.        Tel. 106. Columbia St.
Loon Starves to Death.
Two other animals also died at the
park yesterday. A loon starved itself
li death, following the example of
its two mates a couple of days previous, and one of ihe recent lv ac-
p . oii  quired red howler monkeys died from
I Al II  captivity,    Several of these monkeys
^^^^  arrived al the park about three works
ago,   but   all   have  died   except   one.
The three loons that have recently
died were webfooted birds with shorl
vings, and are sometimes called the
northern diver. They arrived at the
park about a week ago. but since that
time have refused  to eat,
Modern, completely furnished house on Queen's
Avenue, splended situation, with fine view of
the Fraser River. Will
rent for two months
from 1st July.
Partly furnished house
on Carnarvon St., near
Church of England Cathedral. Possession at
once. Rent $16.00, including water.
Handles  Actor   Roughly.
Xew York, June 10.���When George
M. Cohan was doing a song and dance
in the lirst act of "The Governor's j
Son" at the Aerial Garden last night.
a drunken man hurried down the aisle
to the orchestra rail,
"Before you sing that song shake
hands with me, will you?" he said.
Cohan walked to the front of the
stage and extended his hand over the
head of the bass drummer. The man
closed his fist on the actor's hand and
then gave a quick jerk. Cohan went
sliding over tlie bass drummer on the
II was quite a fall and some persona expected he had been injured,
bin Cohan picked himself up quickly
and before the big man could gel hold
Of him again he got back on the
7 roomed house on 8th
Street, good situation.
Rent $12 per month.
Well lighted rooms in
brick block in splendid
List Your Property to Rent With Us.
f. J. Hart & Co.
Lancaster, Pa., June 9.���Eleven
men were blown to pieces and five
others were seriously injured by the
explosion of a dynamite plant near
Pequa along the Susquehanna river.
The accident was one of the most
horrible in the history of Lancaster
county. The victims were literally
torn to pieces, not enough remaining
of a single body to make identification possible. The cause of lhe ex- |
plosion is not known. The two unknown residents of York county, who
were killed, had just started to drive
from the place with a load of dynamite.
Tho dead:
Benjamin Gerbardt, aged 22.
Benjamin Riner, aged 21.
George Rinear, aged 20.
Fred Rice, aged 21!;  married.
Collins  Parker,  aged   IS.
Phares Schoff, aged IS.
William Funk, aged  111.
John Boatman, aged IT.
An unknown man.
Two men, unknown, residents of
York county. All except the last two
lived in ihe Immediate vicinity of the
dynamite plant.
The seriously injured are: Walter
Brown, Martin Riner, George Grey.
Charles Cramer.  Jacob  Kchoff.
They hail scarcely gained a distance
! of 75 feel when the plain blew up
with a detonation that was plainly
heard fifteen miles away. A great
cloud of smoke covered the site of the
factory, and when it had cleared away
there was not a vestage of ihe horses,
wagon or men who had left the factory only a moment before. The air
was filled with debris and fragments
of human bodies and pieces of flesh
, and limbs were found hanging on the
: trees nearly 1,000 yards from the
scene of the disaster. The remains
of those who had been killed were
picked up and placed In soap boxes,
identity 1 .ng impossible. Some of
whom it is thought, will die, were
taken  to their homes In the vicinity.
Spearmint Wins.
Paris, June 10.���The Grand  Prix ile
Paris I'm- a purse of $10,000 and sweep
stakes   tor   three-year-old   colts   and
fillies at one mile and seven furlongs,
was won today by Mayor Eustace
Loder's English bred bay colt, Spearmint, who won Iho Engliah Derby on
May 30.
Which Kind For You?
The Tubular or Bucket Bowl.      Low Down or High Can.
Simple Bowl or Bowl full of Parts.
Enclosed Gears or Exposed[Gears.    Self oiling or Oil Yourself
Just look into these facts and   you  can't   help but  be convinced
that this is the only one to buy.
We believed in them by buying a  carload.
The prices of these separators are also the lowest.
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Life Insurance. \
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'���{ We have been appointed agents for the Union Assurance Sonet)  |
!���< of London, England, which has been carrying on fire  insurance business ft
& since 1714 A. I)., and   which  has  a  capital and accumulated  funds ot g
$ $20;000,000.                                                                                            E
��< The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance record:       g
V Dec. 31st, 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $00,400.   Prem. $22��954.^ J
,���; "      1900 Assurance in force  $1,792,500.          Premiums $ 6*.605-^ I
��< "       1901          "           "            2,554,904.                   "         3Ttm I
us it        mo')            <<             "              'i Aor. uq7                        "          12ti.W,i'-'  a
i Fire Insurance.
lze.t.  ,. .,.
150,644.68 91
166,384.20 ,
Real  Estate  Brokers  I
B      TO LOAN.  miA^U AIVIYit,    Ot    W., and Contrac   ic
>: 186  Columbia   Street, NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C. J
^^^^^^^     Columbia  Street, NEW  WESTMIN!     ^^^^^^^^^
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Ciame In Season
; We deliver to all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.    P. O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster, B. <-���
I Electric Railway Service
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30 Minute Service during l* *
malnder ot day. TransIM I
Leopold Place. J
Sunday Service half-hourly �� J
tween 8 a. m. and 10 !>��� ��� ���
and sapperton. j
Llne__16 Minute g j
vice, except between it i
2, and 6 and 7, ���"""���Jm j
hours the service WW I
half-hourly. M
Sunday Service   MlW**^
tween 8 a. ni. and u v
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every halt-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service trom*
0.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���no transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 6 and 7.
lie- J
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it British Columbia Electric Ry- Co"  M
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