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��eaciy to Start From London on Most   Remarkable
Balloon Voyage in History of Aerial
Xew Ycf , May 21.-A London despatch to the
I Herald say?�� More remarkable than any feat of aer-
I ial navigati| on record is the balloon trip to be made
from Lond�� this week by Prince Jaime of Bourbon
I and Baronf ��sef Von Korwin, a lieutenant in the
1 3trian 4 iy. It now develops that the Aeronauts
j will utter , to cross the Baltic Sea to some point in
j Austria c aring the distance of approximately 1,000
j miles.
This expedition will be without parallel, thenear-
! e~: approach to it being the voyage made by Count
| De La Vaulx from Paris to Kieff in Russia during the
i Paris Exposition. The start is to be made today
i (Monday) if the wind is blowing in the right direc-
J tion. Baron Von Korwin explained that the balloon
i will be inflated with pure hydrogen because it has !
| double the carrying-power of ordinary gas.
;       ' 'We are using hydrogen for the purpose of mak
Insane Man   Orders   Bishop
Dontenwill to Stop
The Millside Industry, Viewed From the C. P. R., Track.
j ing greater headway he said," in spite of the fact
i that it is quite dangerous. We will carry enough pro- !
{ visions to last 48 hours, life belts and a quantity of ;
! grease, the same as Holbein used in swimming the
I channel, in case of any accident in crossing the sea."
j The balloon and its equipment weighs 900 pounds
j and the ballast 1,000 while the human weight will be
i 300.   The ascent will be made any day this week
when the wind is blowing from the north or north-
j west. The start is to be made from the grounds of
j Austrian Exhibition and it is probable that it will be
witnessed by the Prince and Princess of Wales.
The trip is planned in the interest of the Austrian government.
Prince Jaime the son and heir of Don Carlos,
claimant of the Spanish throne, during the Russian-
Japanese war fought in the Russian army being
wounded at Lia Yang, subsequently being decorated
for gallantry. Baron Von Korwin has made 1,000
ascensions and 130 voyages during the last 10 years.
He is head of the balloon department in the Austrian
The Fraser River  Mill com],any is five of these cottages, which will be
now  building cottages  for iis  work- lei to the married employees, the men
men at Millside, and has about com- paying  the  company  renl   for  them,
pleted the first one. and having the advantage of residing
Before the end of the year ilie com- close to their work, which saves ihem
pany  expects  u,  build  aboul   twenty- a great deal of lime.
The cottages are small but comfortable, consisting of four rooms, kitchen, siiiing room and two bedrooms.
The occupants may also, if ihey wish,
ereel woodsheds or any other additions. Iuu the collages always remain
the property of the company.
Shaughnessy Arouses
Canadian Enthusiasm
W. W. Forrester Gets
Rifle Range Contract
Mespai ': trom Ottawa to the Daily boundary of the Brownsville Hats, and
nnounces thai the contracl for which form an excellent slop butt for
tin   Rifle Range, tenders for stray bullets.
Invited som,- time ago, has     The Dally News hears that ihe con-
Ieei awarded to w. w. Forrester, of tract does not Include everything con-
*e* Westminster. sidered necessary by local authorities
Mr. Forrester has established an ex- In rifle shooting;  bul  Mr. Forrester's
��"!l''11' reputation  tor ability to    put temporary  absence from town  makes
;h  in  go,���l  time and    in il   impossible   for   us  to  get   full   par-
���"'"l ahape, by his work in the build- ticulars us to this and other points to-
hatcheries,    and    there    is no day.  ,1.   B.   Kennedy,  M.   P.,  who has
i:'1'' thai  he will make another satis- been   pressing  this  matter  at   Ottawa,
llc,()''y record on the rifle range. may be counted on to look after local
'hi:',   will nm tvnm -i .���.i���i    ,, interests in  this as in oilier matters.
Quebec May 20���Sir Thomas Shaugh"
m ssy, president of the C. P. R. was
the guest of the Qu, 11 c board of trade
Saturday evening at a banquet tender-
ed him in the Chateau Fronienae
which will ru down into history as the
most successful affair of ihis kind ever
held in the Ancient Capital. The occasion w���s the first sa ling of the Canadian Pacific's magnificent new steamer Empress of Britain, which with
over 7",, passengers on board, sailed
for  Liverpool at   3:45 this afternoon.
Notables Present.
George E. Amyot, president nf the
board of trade, presided having on his
rlghl hand the guest of the evening.
while at the table of honor were also
seated Hon. ('has. Fltzpatrick. minister of justice; Hon, Sydney Fisher,
minister of agriculture; Hon. L. P,
Bordeur, minister of marine; lion.
Randolphs Lemleux, solicitor general;
R. I.. Borden, leader of the opposition,
and many members of the senate and
house of commons, and the provincial
legislature; while around the tables
w,re gathered leading business men of
the city.
Remarkable Enthusiasm.
When  Sir  Thomas  ruse  lo  reply  to
Policy of Upbuilding.
necessary.   The   water   way   must   be  foreign corporation could object if the
luoyed and lighted so as to remove ob- legislation  is  surrounded  by  similar
Btructions and    elements   of danger,  safeguards.
Much had been done, to Improve the
Si.' Lawrence route but much more re-
n 'iiu I I > be done. The   Canadian   Pacific's   policy   had
always been to work for the up building of Canada and it was following
The  United   States    was    spending lhis out They had at  times declined
alliance which entailed a financial sac-
No   Reason   for  Jealousy.
ie range,
will run from a point   a Interest
of the    south  end of the II certainly will not be his fault if all
%e. in ,,  southeasterly ,lire,-tiOIl  to necessary   provision   tor  an   up-to-date
le h|U which    forms    the   southern rango Is not made.
W the Crew    to  Hand    Over
Number of Moorish Passengers.
Rumor  Says   Lieut.-Gen.  Stoessel   and
Rear-Admiral   Nebogatoff
May Die.
millions on the development of its Atlantic ports and Canada must also do
Its utmost If ii did nol want to lag
hind. The well-being of the whole
country was involved. People, If they
were i,, lollow ihe movement of a
train load of wheat from the Northwest to the Atlantic would be surprised ai the amount of labor the task required. There was no reason for jealousy between Canadian Atlantic pons.
There would be business enough! for
them all and care should be taken that
the eos, of handling the business will
not be an extra tax.
Gives Illustration.
In order (,, illustrate how business
mighl be worked up lie cited the case
of St, John. In the season 1895-96 the
total i,milage of export freight handled through ilie porl of St. John was
32,606 ions, and in 1906 it increased
363,821 ions, yel the wharfage facilities llnre were nol so much as 1o yel
the loasl of liis health, proposed bv earn for il the name of being a mod-
Chairman Amyot there was a remark'- em port. Under existing conditions
aide sc-iie of enthusiasm, il being there is not another possible winter
some moments before Sir Thomas was porl on the Atlantic coasl of Canada,
able to proceed. Sir Thomas' speech Halifax was too far away from the
was a plea for the development of Can- point where the traffic originates.
adian Institutions and waterways and Qther Countplai Change Tunei
sol  the keynote tor   the    remaining
speeches of lhe evening. He began by A r,'w >':"* "���''" wl,|,,> Canada was
frankly Informing those present that '" ���' much !|,;s satisfactory condition
the reason the Empress was not being than today, her overtures tor better
taken i��� M,unreal was thai the chan- trade  relations  with  other  countries
ml was nol deep enough. A Bteamship   were ill  s���  eases met wilh  tndiffer-
man would not   willingly pay the cost
riliee on Iheir pari simply because
such alliances would have interfered
with what they considered their duty
to the country.
lie thought that thai policy had
been an Important factor ln the present prosperity of Canada, and in making the company a recognized leader
iu the world's commerce,
Sir Thomas' remarks were most enthusiastically   received.
Fitzpatrick'6 Remarks.
Among the speakers Mr. Fltzpatrick
aroused the greatest enthusiasm when
he seconded the remarks of Sir Thomas concerning the development of Canada's own transportation facilities. Between easl and western Canada there
lay an unsettled strip and one that
lie did not think would ever be Bet-
tied Up, Thai strip musi be the bond
between easlern and western Canada
crossed by arteries of trade, which
would bind ihe two se,'lions of the Dominion Indlssoluhly together. Ths
Btatemenl that trad-' followed tha Hag
was  one  of  the  greatesl   fallacies    of
political economy. The Hag followed
trade and it was tor them to sec thai
trade   was   developed
The Other speakers included Mr.
Borden and the members of the Dominion cablnel present.
Disturber   Is   Given     Into   Charge     of
Doctors Who Send Him to
A sensational scene was ��itne u d
in ii,,- Human Catholic Cathedral yesterday morning when the officiating
priesi, Bishop Dontenwill, approached
the altar during the celebration of
mass. A man who had be.n sitting
quietly in one of the front seals stood
up, and advancing towards the Bishop
-1,-clrifled the worshippers present by
proclaiming himself as the Messiah.
"It it useless to go on with the celebration of mass," he said, "I am the
Son of God, and you must worship
The man was immediately taken under lh, care of some of the assistants,
and medical men were summoned to
ascertain his state of mind. He proved
to lie Frank Wurtele, a waiter employ-
lately developed traces of melancholia,
lately developed traces of melaucolia
and religious mania. During the last
few days he has been accusing Some
of the patients of being the devil, and
has repeatedly proclaimed himself as
the Messiah. He would gel Up during
the night and wander around maintaining that the devil was very near,
but that Satan could not hurt him as
he was divine.
The sisters of the hospital say that
with the exception that the man wus
absent-minded and forgetful they were
not aware that there was anything serious the matter with him, until his
sensational interruption of the service
yesterday morning. He had often
maintained that the end of time was
rapidly approaching, and thai everyone should prepare for the dissolution
of the world.
After being examined by Drs. Walker and Drew, Wurtele was committed
to the lunatic asylum. The opinion of
the medical men is that he is very
quiet and orderly, but subject to hallucinations. He is not considered a dangerous man at all. and a period of
complete rest may possibly restore
him to his right mind.
Hundreds   of   Families  Are   Homeless
and Much Valuable Property
Is Destroyed.
of carrying his cargo 7.". miles by rail
to and from his vessel ami, Sir Thomas added facetiously, "pay the extortionate rates charged by the railways," if he could avoid it.
enger8, Th(
is obliged to ap
While il was lying
iboui  hair way be> 1 command-M
,"'";"1  and   Melilla, a  number
wn fishermen swam off from
;ilh| boarded   the   steamer
St. Petersburg, May 21.���II  1* rumored that the military court  which has I LawrenCI
1,,-en   Investigating  the  surrender  of
Port Arthur, and the bailie of the Sea
of  Japan   has     condemned     to  death
mer Manolita hound from Tetuan,
^'j"""'  I'.r  this  port   and   Hying the
Moor       Qag' has been !lll;u'k(Ml by
"s Who took away some of its pass-
Manolltas machinery got  Lieut. General Stoessel, who command-
,"ri1"1' and il was obliged t'o a,,-   ed the Russian forces at Port Arthur.
J** the  coast,  While  it   was lying   and   Hear   Admiral   Nebogatoff,     who
''"""mlevelz  ���i,������t   i,_n,       k<_ I commanded one of Admiral Hojest veil
rn,',' bordering ou contempt.  Now .-de
was  prospering    and  countries    had
Changed 'their tune toward her and
W, re anxious l,, compete I'or her 1ra,
and furnish outlets for her exports,
"Can we nol ge; along without assistance tendered al this late date?" ask-
e I  Sir Thomas.
Canadian Goods for Canada.
The manufacturers of eastern Can
a new ada could nnel lhe reiiuiremeiils of
Uie ad-   ibe wesl uinil lhal section of lhe eoun-
Prepares for Busy Season.
'i'be Westminster Fruit Packing com
pany  is gelling  inlo shape
Milwaukee, Wis.. May 20.���A special
despatch from Ksennaba, Michigan,
says that in the forest fins which have
i n raging in Unit vicinity four lives
have   heen   lost,   hundreds  of   families
are homeless, several millions of dollars worth of property have been
burned, four towns wiped oul and a
dozen   more or  less  partially  burn,-,!.
one hundred square miles of territory have been swept  by (ire.
her Had,-   season's  work.  In  order
for  a   bigi
lo meet    the
Will   Bo a True  Sport.
New  York,  May 111.    The  Herald  lo
need ,,f mor,- working accommodation, j day says:  Foreign advices smie that
il   has   about   been   decided   to  secure i Crown    Prince   Frederick   William   of
Solution of Problem.
Then   followed   a   historical   reiiiiuis
cenca of the development  of the St
route from the days of Jac
(pies Cartler, Today they hac
and  distinct  epoch  marked  by
venl of the Fmpress, larger, faster and   I ry had developed its own iiiaimi'aclui
more expensive than any  vessel lu-r,-  ing Industries,
tofore  engagd   In   the  trade  and   this
would solve the problem as lo whether
other premises for th,- purpose of storage. A new evaporator is lo he Installed, considerably, larger than the old
one, aud of Improved Style and design.
The evaporator will be thirty feel long.
twelve feel deep and eight feel wide.
Germany will attend the German-American races ofl Marblehead next September whether the boat he Is building
to contest for Ihe right to represent
Germany wins in the trial races at
Kiel  in July or not.
"f .M���,
""��� shor.
"g h
't' crew  to hand over to
I,,,   /'' ni��"l���-r of Moorish passengers
sm* to the Deni Barraguel tribe.
sky's .squadrons and who surrendered,
during the naval battle, to the Japanese.
Sailing Party Drowned.
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 20.���Five
oi not passenger travel could be at-
Iracted to the St. Lawrence in such
volumes us lo warrant even larger
and speedier ships.
Much Remains to Be Done.
However   large    the   mail    subsidy
Then let them see that their exports
reached th.- Atlantic coast tn their
own rout,- to the extent that they
could do so wlthoul resorting to unduly aggressive or undesirable legislation.
On more than on,- occasion parliament had restricted the charters grunted   to  Canadian   companies  with  tin-
Fisheries Commission
To Reassemble June 13
,he Ch;
StaV at Home on 2-Mh.
1""n" en   May 21. Witness
match and
l,���;���. JamPi��nship lacross,
""'s1'' Of the Citizens'  Ham
mighl be lhe project would not be sut
iBfactory   until   it   possessed  commer-1 Idea of forcing them to nsslst in 1
,,.,  ,,���     u ���'���-   drowned   today  in   the I iBfactory  until   it   possessed   oommer-liaea or rorcing tnem ro assist in ui-  commission as a whole will visit traps,
Tennessee river by the upsetting of a clal stability as well. For himself   he development of Canada's ports and if  canneries, etc., both in British Colum
ney|thOUgh(   that  the   possibilities  of the' these restrictions were thought proper
would surprise  people,  To sue- \ and best, surely no company seeking
The Fisheries commission ls to re-Iof Vancouver  Island.    There  will   be
asemble on Wednesday, June 13, at j conferences with the Washington State
Vancouver, and it is probable that the commissioners, who will visit the province for the purpose.
sail   boal   in   a   sudden    squall
were all members of the Bldredge fam
! lly  which Is a prominent one.
blfi and Puget Sound waters, and that
committees will visit the fisheries on
ceed there were a great many things! charter privileges in the Interests of a1 Northern rivers and on the West Coast
It Is expected that the commission
will be able to conclude its labors and
make a final report before the next
session of the Dominion parliament.
���������Hpv ;���.��*" '.sac*
���'���^'i,i&*0&'' THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY.  MAY 21, 1906#
Rev. A. J. Brace Preaches on the Semi Millenial Anniversary of the Death of Christopher Columbus, Discoverer
of America���Discourses by Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor
of the West Presbyterian and Rev. Dr. Rugg of the
Olivet Baptist Church.
(Rev.  A. J. Brace, Pastor.)
"Surely the isles shall wait for me,
and ihe ships of Tarshish first, to
bring thy sons from far. iheir Bilvev
and their gold wilh them unto Hi,-
name of ibe Lord thy God." Isaiah
GO-9. '.^
This wonderful text from the more
wonderful poetic chaper dealing with
ihe magnificence of the Millenial dawn
has a wide .missionary significance BUg-
known. Th'- sailors mutinied and <1--, dominion exercised by the princes of
urmiiied in their fear lo put the ships  Hie Gentiles.
about, for home. Hy entreaty, threat The disci],les well knew the , i.avail, l promises the Intrepid navigator acter of Gentile lordship. All Hie
held   them    steady to  the    westward  world was groaning under the Roman
gested by the opening of world gates].;n
for lb-' entry of lhe saving gospel  of
tin   Lord Jesus Christ.
Jusi ,"  years ago today, May 20th,j
i;,u,;. Christopher Columbus, the great
Italian navigator and discoverer, died
in abject poverty as many men of renown die only to have iheir real worth
appreciated by succeeding generations.
Some years after his death ',he
Spaniards for shame sake erected a
monument over liis grave. Well mighl
if be said as Hobby Burns' mother
excaimed when a monument was
placed ovei' his grave;
"Oh, Bobbie ye asked for bread,
and ihey give ye a stone."
The time for appreciation is ln
life when a word of cheer will staunch
the gaping wound and lift lhe soul
heavenward. Worthy is the proverb,
"One ounce of taffy is worth
,,i' epitaphy."
Unfortunate, too, if is that the
name of the continent was given by
,. less worthy discoverer Amerigo
Vespucci, Imt lo the citizens of this
fair western province is given the
honor of bearing constantly to mind
lhe name of the great navigator and
discoverer in our euphonious British
The distinct success of this man
Columbus was due to the fad thai "he
had a definite object in life and determined lo realize it."
'l'lie com rolling passion of his life
was the powerful conviction that ho
had a divine mission lo perform. That
he was lo he a Chrisio-ferneno,"
ii" aning a "Christ-bearer" to the ends
of ihe earth. Well for him that he
kept well to the front, such a noble
ambition   else   he   never   would   have
theme   was  "Waste  and   lis   Punishment."   He introduced his dlscussi -v.
of the subject by a brief exposition of
the parable of the unjust steward. He
said    We shall understand the parable  and  its lessons only  as  we  know
iii,   custom of those times.   The steward   was     one   who   farmed   oui     the
estate of    his    lord,    as was common
in those times, collecting the revenue
of    the       estate,     giving       to     his
lord       a       certain       amount        as
agreed   and    repaying   himself   from
the extra amount he would collect. If
he  was faithful and honest he would
collect,   only   enough   to   fairly   repay
himself for his service.    If dishonest
he would extort an extra amount with
which   he   would   enrich   himself.     In
this case he exacted so much that he
had   impoverished   the   estate.     This
had come   to the notice    of his lord
who  was  now  calling him  to  an  ac-
i counting of his stewardship.    He resolves to reform his conduct.   He will
- call    the    servants of    his    lord and
reduce his  demands to a  fair return
for the use of his lord's property, one
that   would   meet,  the   claims   of   his
lord   and   satisfy   his   creditors,   then
' when   his  lord   came  to   examine  his
ace,mills lie would find his own claims
golden opportunity,    it  was a nil-- as mei  and a saiislied tenantry.    But if
it was shame-   tte should learn of his past  unfaithfulness and refuse io continue him in the
stewardship,    he  would   have    gained
lhe good   will  of his lord's  tenantry,
Ihey would think he was suffering because   of   his   favoring   them   in   his
dealing   and   so   would   be   ready   to
,ne occasion through jealousy Colum-, their request to the Roman rule. They  take him into their homes.
I us wns thrown Into irons and badly  only desire! to be his viziers, exercis-      Tlu,   great   lesson   the   Lord   would
maltreated  by  one  Bahadillo  who on  ing a  benficent sway under the king" toacn nis disciples is that of respon-
o Spain was drowned wiih   ruling   in   righteousness.    But  Christ, gibiiity,  faithfulness    of    truth.     We
sea    rebelled  branded their request as selfish, self-   are reSj)onsiblo to God for the faithful
seeking in principle identical with that ; nsQ of tlle means and opportunities he
cruel Gentile lordship. We have known  gives us     The "earth is  the Lord's.
In our own day that selfish greed. We  anQ-   the   fulness   thereof,   the   world
We are
the use
The   men   who   look    upon  their  fel-; of   tllese   things   and   some   day   will
lews only as sources of gain, the men   ,)e cane(i    to an accounting of    our
who give nothing but demand all. We   stewardship. Indeed that accounting is
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
course. After snatching a few hours
sbep one day on examining iln- com-
i'uss he found all lhe ships bad been
luriiel about, while he rested.    He lm-
Forth from Bom,- poured a
constant stream of proconsuls and
governors, cruel and rapacious. A
few  brief years of shameless corrup-
mediaiely turned all westward once uon> .,,,,[ Loaa���d with ill-gotten wealth
more all hough the sailors threatened each representative of the Caesars
io throw Him into the sea. gave place to a successor determined
his I urn lo make full profit of his
On October 12 the glad slioui "Land, in
d" i>roved true and well deserved
reward came to the plucky admiral arrogant and Insolent as
after seventy-one days on the sea of left and corrupt. Every one in Pales-
blackness. On landing he called lhe line knew the dominion of the prin-
island San Salvador meaning "Savl- cos of the GentlleB. But surely all
our," slill holding true to his convic- that has passed? Look for a moment.
tion of "Christ-bearer." Jajnes and John must, have been
Three later trips were made and on shocked    when  the    Master    likened
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.
returning to Spain was arowneu wiuu ruling  in  rigiueousness.    d���i  ^"'""M slbllity,
all  his    company���the    sea    rebelled  branded their request as selfish, self-   .m; responalbl��
against    such    Injustice  nnd    visited
retribution    on  the  jealous    Spanish
official. j in our own aay uifiL semsu gieeu. ,,-.���   .in(1
This   whole  romantic   story   has  a have known the men who would BeizeLnd ^gy ^at <_wen therein."
direct  bearing on Christian missions, every opportunity for their own profit.jonjy tewanis entrusted with
A triad of invent ions came forth about!
this time.
1,    The mariner's compass, making
Shingle and Saw Mill
Machinery        j
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
a pound  1,0ssll3le such discoveries.
2.    Thc printing press, making poS'
sihle ihe
have felt their blighting influence and j continually
i ing
'   voices   have  swelled   the   outcry |in��r I0lin,i   faithfu
going on.    If we are be-
greater trusts are
multiplication of cheap gos-  raised    againsl   their    methods.    But
pel literature and curiously enough the. across our outcry comes the voice of;
first,  work  of  tlie  press  was  a  1200
page  Bible.
3. Steam as motive poyer, when
added to sailing ships, doubly increas-
e I speed and effectiveness, and when
used for lhe printing press marvellously reduced the cast of printing and
opened the way for th
ih,- new found countrie
Christ  warning  us  that we  too have
our parts with them.   As we seek our
own, assert, our own rights, press our
own interests, we yield our influence
to give them power.   All we seek maybe   right.     We   may   desire   to  strive
only  in legitimate manner but in our
deluging of (effort we lake our part in making the
with gospel great   struggle     self-seeking     would,
I which is the abiding place of vice and
(Continued on Page Three.)
Truly did God appoint discovery and1
invention to be the hand-maids of the'
No doubt God was holding hack the
misery and want.
Over against that kingdom of self-
seeking there is still the kingdom of
Him who came to give. He came
"that He might minister" and all his
discovery of the new  world for good
reasons. For lamp of genius and the! days He sought only the opportunity
name of scientific thought was bum- t,, help. Tenderly, patiently, day by
Ing hard and not until the dawn of the day, He poured forth His richest
reformation with leaders coming like treasures for tlie afflicted and outcast
survived the repated trials and moun-1 the  llon   Luther,  bold  Calvin,  brave
tains of opposition encountered in his
Stormy  career.
Tie' story of his life is romantic and
unique. His ancestors were all seafaring men. His wife's father was a
.successful navigator and at his death
lhe young hero to be fell heir to a
quantity of valuable nautical charts
which li.- studied with no small degree of ability. On,- of the crude
geographic charts suggested a western
ocean reaching out towards India and
the real quest of Columbus when his
opportunity came was a short route
io ihe Indies by sea Instead of the
lengthy caravan routes. One of the
most pathetic notes in ihe romance Is
lh.' fact that iill his dying day in
spite of his successes Columbus was
never conscious thai He had discovered a new world. Such a fact k> un
Incentive to all of us to follow duty ut
all costs even if we never know the
success ,,f our quest.
Columbus was always a .student���he
never believed in accidental knowledge
',.' experience, ll,- worked out systematically and lh,,roughly all his theories on well based hypotheses. As
early as i 17;; he believed ihe earth a
sphere and one-third sea around it.
This stimulated him to seek financial
aid   lu   pursue  sea   Iravels.
He was refused by ihe Italian ami
Portugese governments and turned liis
attention to England and decided to
visit Henry Vli., bin was captured by
pirates en route and for ten years
more mei only rebuff and ridicule, ln
IIM he appealed to Ferdinand, King
of Spain,  was  refused nnd subjected
Knox and  the  rugged  Savonarola did
God   permit   He   founding  of  the  new j
Then,  too,  why  was ColumHus not
sons of men, and when He could give
nothing more He gave himself. "Hei
gave his life a ransom for many." By
ihat sacrifice He appeals to men, laying his grasp upon everything that is
permitted to touch the coast of North noble and tender in Iln- human heart,;
America? This was reserved for-ind asserting his lordship over all
Cabol later in the employ of Britain, that is best in human nature. Son'
and thus was protestantism represent- of man and Son of God He reveals
,-d first in the new world and a hun- all the struggle of the divine love.
died years later the Pilgrim Fathers From the very beginning of history
brought, to ih,- New England coast God had been giving largely and rich-
lhe leaven of the simple gospel of ly to ihe rebellious children of men.
Christ. How different the parts at- He was the shepherd leading His
Cected by the rub- and sway of Rome��� people like a (lock. He was the One
Mexico and the southern pari of the merciful and gracious, more forgiving
continent, still in the fear of the tide than a mother, feeding the hungry,
of civilizateon and waiting for the and healing the broken hearted.
clarion note of the simple call of Uie Through the long ages God so strove;
gospel. Now as the great countries of with men and when He had nothing
Canada and the United Stales have' more to give He gave himself.
fell ih,- Influence of the "Chrlsto- Christ "came to give His life a ran-
fernens," Ilie "Christ-bearer" anani- s,,n I'm- many" that Ho might, redeem
festly Her duty is in Hi.- Columbus them from iho dominion of sin and
spirit of pluck and perseverance to|selfishness. It,- established tlie king-
carry  lhe  liberating  Influences lo ilie   dom  of lov.'  in the  world.    We think
wilh   joy     and   gratitude   of  all     the
progress thai   kingdom has won, of al!
southern   shores and permeate   these
re),ul,lies witli  lhe true gospel und the
open Bible, Thus may thlB greal
country and iis privileged people truly
be ihe "CHrisi-bearei" to countries
yel  In the darkness of heathendom,
I Bev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M. A. I'll. I).)
"Ye know thai the princes of ihe
Gentiles exercise dominion over them
and they ihai are greal exercise
authority upon them; bin it shall not
lit, so among you."���.Matt. 20-25,
Does  Jesus   reign   in   Christendom
to seven- and drastic indignities. Un- today? We conduct our government
daunted he wandered all through Spain in His nam,-. "Upon iln- faith of a
barefoot, by name a widower wiih Christian" we make affirmation, We
only a little boy sharing liis pilgrim- inscribe His name upon all our In-
age. The boy attracted the kind at- stitutions, But does lie reign'.' Misery
t< iiii<ni ,,f a monk who gave the two ami degradation an- in our cities,
shelter in his monastery for iwo years Vice, poverty and war devastate our
and becoming interested in tlie energy peoples. After eighteen centuries of
and devotion of Columbus to his pei   Christian  governmenl   and   education
project   induced  Isabella, Ferdinand's
Queen to assisi the adventurer. Although the court treasury was empty
Isabella was enthusiastic and pledged
her jewels and obtained for Columbus
th,- small pittance of $7,000'necessary
for the venture.
On Aug. 3, 1192 the happy Columbus with three small ships and L20
men set. sail. September Oth they lefl
the Canary Islands and faced 1h<- Unknown sea wesl ward. The I rials of
ColumbUfl     from   this   will   never     be
i is terrible honestly io contemplate
the existing conditions of society. Is
the kingship of Jesus an i.ni post ure'.'
In the face of ancient evils permitted
or even fostered by a Bo-called "Chris
Han" statesmanship und a "Christian"
Industry, many are growing weary of
Ihe preaching of lhe name of Jesus.
Vei ii is w,,e lo ihe world if there is
no appeal to Hie King himself from
many things that are done in his
name. Despite all change of forms the
kingdoms  of this  world  are  still  Hie
lhal bas been done to lighten the burdens of men. Yet even as we ivjiiire
We are compelled H.v the poverty and
degradation of multitudes to hang our
heads in sorrow. After all, through ihe
long ages, how little Has been done
:o win Uie Una! triumph of the kingdom love, it is because men have
failed lo measure their lives in the
full force of thai "even as." "II shall
ie,i be so among you, even us the Son
,,i Man came not to be ministered
unto bin io minister." Only ihe life
ihai measures up to that standard is
a life wilh an undivided allegiance and
an unimpaired Influence for good. Just
in proportion as we "seek our own,"
e.eii ihough our Bearch ia lawful in
Itself, we make it possible for men
in refuse to see in us that love that
"suffereth long and is kind." Tin-
love that "is not easily provoked and
iliinkeih no evil."
Even while we cry oui againsl all
ihe tyranny of selfishness and greed
in our own day, let us remember our
own pari in maintaining ihe ancient
order. I-.I us remember how often
We have betrayed Ihe cause of Him
who gave himself lhal He might redeem us from that tyranny.
U.K. 10SS
Beginning February 15,f_'06
-   -   -   Every Day in the Year   *   -   -
Between Seattle and Chicago
Great Northern Railway
"The Comfortable Way" Route of the Famous Oriental Limited
For detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
'Phone 101
���- limited j^e^eeeee
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the Family Trade.
Wc have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
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.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
l V
Bev.    Dr.   Rugg   took   for   liis
"-Urday  morning   Luke  16:1-2.
text Sign
His Columbia St.
Man on Wheel.
New Westminster.
Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes.
Peaches, Crabs, Small Fruits of all kinds
Ornamental trees and shruhs in great variety, evergreen
en from 2 to 0 feet.   Roses, paoonles,   rhododendrons,    privet,
green, and broad leaved for hedges.    Catalogues free.
D. M. Robertson & Sons
and gold- J i
Tynehead Nurseries.
b. c
1.2S I 12.S j   8.���l j 5.9!
ii, and b and v. ��"���lX''< J0MD*V
MAY 21. 1906.
of regulations for Disposal
Syn��M'nerals'on Dominion Lands in
Initoba. the Northwest Territories
*Ttbt Y"k��n Territory.
���? ' .anas may    be    ;   i
per acre for soft  .
���   anthracite.      Not   more
����B ' an be acquired by one
.mpany.      Royal..,      I
:-  per ton oi 2000
'ds shall be collected on the gross
of     eighteen
���nd joint  stock com-
.   ree miner-' certificates
try for a mining local's certificate is granted
��� .. . ���   rs, not exceeding
L upon payment in advance of $7.50
��� i n individual, and from
;;nnum for a company,
Z n   ng to capital.
^  free   miner,   having   discovered
..-,; in place, may locate a claim
I   by   marking   out   the
't' with two  legal   posts,  bearing
one at  each  end of
A, line of the lode, or vein.
���  . jjjjni shall be recorded within
cated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's ofiice, one additional  day   allowed   for   every   adieu  miles  or fraction.     The
...       ���    ��� ling a claim is $5.
.  .; ;   k  mast be expended on
each year  or  paid to the
���     rder in lieu thereof. When
j. been expended or paid, the
��� ���  may,  upon   having  a  survey
-��� ��� and upon complying with other
������-.   purchase   the   land   at
I     an acre.
j may be granted by the
j the   Interior   to   locate
ng iron and mica, also
n the Yukon Territory, of an
��� . ceding 160 acres.
7 tnt  for   a   mining  location
��� ,r   the   payment  of  a
... per cent, of the sales
���    of  the   location.
p] 1 NING��� Manitoba and
lhe N. W.  T.,  excepting  the  Yukon
territory: Placer mining claims gen-
.   are 100 feet  square,  entry  fee
ft renewable yearly.     On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being  100
feet long and extending between high
snd low water mark.     The latter in-
��� bar diggings, but extends back
���   ��� 1 base of the hill  or bank, not
ling iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
md th, N W. T.. excepting the Yukon Territory���A frce miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
lor a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
; ���'
The I --'   - right is confined to thc
stibraergi I beds  or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
���  year.     Royalty  same   as
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claim; shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general direction of thc creek or
gulch, thc width being from iooo to
**�� feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims  are   marked   by   two   legal
��� one at each end, bearing notice?. Entry must be obtained within
ten day-, if the claim is within ten
roile* of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
tlaim must hold a frce miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
'WO, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall be
chargcl the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
��'two and one-half per cent, on the
�����e of the gold shipped from the
jwt to the rights of all persons who
���Ve, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims except
iskatchewan   River,   where
c 'es ' "     in   dredge   tO   high-water
m"k on ��� ich alternative leasehold.
' shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
,ait' '' ' e lease for each live miles
��].! . re ' person or company has
,.. . led   more   than    one   lease   one
each fifteen miles or frac-
11 th"eof is sufficient.     Rental, $10
[er annum  for   each    mile    of river
e and paying a fee.
Work  must   be
each year to th< vi \   east $20
A   certificate   that   work   has
the claim shall be deemed to be
���ned,  anad  open  to  occu;
and entry by a fret miner.
The boundar ��� - claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in tht
Yukon   Official   Ga: ��� .
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
' ��� ���   -    ���     ries and within the Yukon
Territory, are open : pecting for
tl    cum, and  the minister may reserve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery on the land to be
pi   spected, an area of 1020 acres :
such   period   as   he  may   decide,  the
length of which shall not exceed I
times the breadth.    Should the pros-
;     I   r  discover  oil  in   paying  quan-
I irily establish such
��� ery, an area not exceeding 640,
acres,  including ihe  oil well,  will  be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and the remainder of the
tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject 1o royally at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
Deputy of the Mir, ster  of the Interior.
Dept. Interior.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.     j
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points,:
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-'
adian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage  ('lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
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.
Day Train              Arrive
9.20 a.m.
. ...  Spokane  ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m.
 Rossland  ....4.10 p.m.
g.40 a.m.
General Passenger Agent
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Embodies the newest   and best ideas
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders, or  any
further  information  call  on  or  write
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
(rive their patrons an excellence of
service  not obtainable elsewhere.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any oilier line. They protect
their trains by the Block System.
Connection made with all transcontinental lines in Union Depots.
II. S. ROWE. General Agent.
t34 Third St., cor Alder. Portland, Or.
Royalty at the rate of two  "
J a '],,i Per cent, collected on the i >----��� ----- �����-- *'
"Put after it exceeds $10,000. I     if       .1 T%       ��� f��
gin the Yukon Territory-1    Northem   raCltlC
��anfSi ;S "' llvc niill-'s each may be
ted to a free miner for a term of
years; also renewable.
IttWer j"'8 right is confined ^ the
bclo 1 k'"" or kars '�� tlle rivcr
darvW '"w water mark, that boun-
Ilt j!�� iv fixc<l by its position on the
dat��� I , August in the year of the
T. ot the lease.
in J0 lcs.sce  sha!
the f"'"""1 within two years from
f0r ""' of ('ie lease, and one dredge
from* 1. milcs within six years
Yukr,   r date'    Rental $100 per mile
have   one   dredge
K',���   -]-
erntory  to   be   paid  to   the
No fr
e�� miner shall receive a grant
than  one   mining  claim   on
'" mor
but theParate  r'vcr'  creck  or  Kulch-
"Umber  ^^  miner   may  hoId   any
claims   by   purchase,   and
may   work   their   claims
PayfnV'j   Shlp  by   fi,inK   notice   and
aban.on >A  ��^ ^'     ^ claim  may   be
'he ��,m     8nd   another   obtained   on
'mc  ^ek,   gulch   or   river,   by
Trains Daily
Travel on thc Famous
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Portland, Ore. A. G. P. A
on Sunday
(Continued fr, Tw<,
We beg to notify our friends and tho public generally that, we
have engaged Mr. D, MoFadden, who has been our iceman for the past
two years, to deliver ice for us again this season. Unless the weather
is very unfavorable you may expect a call from him about the first
of the momh, when any orders you have been pleased to place with
him you may rest assurred will be promptly carried out.
The B.C. Packers Association
Phone 156     New "Westminster, B.C.
committed   to  us.    If  ������
wasting our Lord'* goo
��� way.
Tl -on        ���   thai
fined   our Int,     -etal
10    money.     Thai   maj   1-,
nearly everything ha:- a monej vain,
Vu.i  can   bnj   almost  anything bul   a  ���'
charact,     foi   money.    You   ���
iding,    honors,
titles, and so we
bav<   come to understand  on
tion   to   be  confined  in  our  steward
ship   to   iho   use  of  1he   wealth   wiih
which   w, ed.    We forget
that   a<    only the things we use but
re   ourselves   belong   to  our   1
"\\ ,��� are not 1 iwn but we
are bought with e price,' 'and, as we
sometimes sinj:. "l belong to Jesus,
1 am not my own own," is not ko much
poetry as plain prose Th, Lord
takes special pains to teach the fad
01 stewardship. Not only Hiis parable
but thai of the pounds and thi ta
ants and the vineyard all teach the
same thing.
The flrsl thing in stewardship is responsibility. Hut you mav say what
hav, l to be responsible tor? 1 have
no wealth and my time is noi m>
own. 1 cannot see ho\s l am wasting
my lord's goods. Hear in mind thai
you, too, belong to the estate of the
1.01,1. Kee], in mind thai yon are
to us,1 for him the time and talents
he has given you. You stand al the
morning of life wiih grand possibilities in ihi way of undeveloped powers,
Hut yon may be wasting those powers.
The l,o,iy that should be developed foi
Veteran   Clerk  cf   Privy  Council   Will
Swear  in  James Dunsmuir
as Governor.
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
(iame _n Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News.
New Westminster, B. C.
Do you need a Set
Ot   1 eetH . ot Refund Your Money
Read   Our   Prices
iy   Fay
A Full set of Teeth
Gold Fillings
Bridge Work, per tooth
Gold Crowns
Silver Fillings
Platina Fillings
Lost Teeth Restored by Artificial Substitutes.
Bridge Work is the most durable of all Dental Work.     Our
Bridge Work is 22k.    Guaranteed for 10 years.
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
With a Protective Guarantee.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.   Remember the Place
407 Hastings St. West, Vancouver.
May 21.���.Tarn- smuir
.  ������ ��� 01 d In ��� h ��� we, I
fernor    for    British   Columbia.
.1.    McGee,    th,
oi    th,     , coancil    ol    Ca
'  I '     flay nn,mi,
adminisl      th,   1 ustomarj   oath.    11,
will st<    ovei  at  \\ Into swear in Sir Daniel M< M
v term.    Ml s. Met.
,'b-   transcontinental railway   commissioners are calling for lenders foi
65,000   ions  of   ste,      80-pound   rails,
wiib the necessarj   fastenings   also a
million   and   a   half   of   vai"   -
Tenders must be In bj June 7th.
Application  will  be made thi*
sum for the incorporation of the Fording   Valley railway company to build
a  lino from the H. C. Southern, near
th,   confluence ol  the Bl���  river nnd
Michel creek, th, nc, to Fording \
and onward 10 Okotoks, Alta,
Guichon R.c. Davis. Chilliwack, A.
I. McQuarrie, Calgary, A. L. Larwlll,
Vancouver, 8, McKay, Vancouver, i <;.
Brown, Vi.toria, V. Guichon, Port Qui-
ebon. (;, Thomas and wife. Vancouver,
V. E, Buchanan, Detroit, Mich., \v. nu
him is wasted bj dissipation, unholy chanan, London, Ontario, Dr. S. H.
living, the wasting of opportunities, Murphy, Renfrew, H, 8. Conners, La
Of improvement in in-re hurtful pious Conners, F. U. llredlev, Anaeories.
,110s. when ii should be strengthened Colonial -G, H. Harrison, Xaiiaimo,
by right exercise it is weakened bj g, g p Hughes, Nanaimo, H. Wilson.
Idleness and diseased by tobacco and Nanaimo, J, W. Kon?.on. Xanaimo. .1.
drink. The mind that should be johrawn. Nelson, ft Davis. Seattle,
strengthened by study and thought, be- Miss .|atl(, .i���bn>-o���. Nelson, .1. W. Sand-
comes diseased through misuse and berg, MatBqul, D. K. Molbeson, Vancou*
awaited and feeble through lack of V(,ri p rj_ Stewart. Vancouver H. C.
right use. Wasting the goods, getting Martin, Toronto
ready   to   report  a   failure   when   the
Lord   shall   come  demanding  an  ac
counting of the stewardship.
Windsor- <!. Barrowclough, Millside.
\v. <;. Martin, r,ui Moody, C, Golden,
What a,-,- you doing to get readj for Vancouver, W. J. Taylor, cloverdale,
th imlng ���f the  Lord   to take nu L   *&*��*, Haselmere, Robert  Gra-
acoount   of  the  stewardship?    What ham- por1 M,m,'>' A' R' Turner> m"
planning forr-hls service.    Social abil- 8lon' rily- ''��� '"  Wikon ;ni1'  famll>''
Ity?    Well, how are you  using it to Por(  Hammond, W. 0. Titus. Blalhe,
Influence men  tor the rlgnt, for the Wa8h- ''��� Willi., Blaine Wash,, .lohn
,., Cowan, wife and  family, Nepakuima,
if thy Lord? Powob of Bong?
Wash.. .1. Joegens, MoHenry, N. 1).
service ,
Are you usinu that  power to win men
ti    Christ?   Accused   ol   WUStlng   his      Central    Miss  Cordon,  Victoria,    .1.
goods.    Give an  are,mill   of thy slew-   \Y.   Kiehanlson.   Seattle,   .1.   \\.   Keen,
ardship,     mayest     no     longer     bi
steward. The penalty of unfaithfulness is to have the talent taken
away. The penalC of wasting the
Lord's goods is to be cast oul of the
stewardship. To the Jews was com
muted the trusl of the Sabbath and
tbey moved unfaithful to that trusl
ami ihey were easl oui of the stewardship. Seventy years in captivity-- no
Sabbaths, l'nl'ailhl'ul lo our trusl we
likewise may loose our Sabbaths, wo
ore loosing Ihem. Our blind Samp
sun's are being made to grind oven
now .even days in the week tor the
pleasure   of   th-   Philistines,    (live  au
account! What shall 1 do? Begin to
make "friends of the mammon of unrighteousness."     Be    wis.-    in    your
Ceni ral
111, m,l,
Park, Thomas Warren  Hnm-
Cosmopolltan���J. .1. Mclnnes, Sydney. N. II., .1. .). Brewster, Kamloops,
\    Way,   Kamloops,   A,   Cameron,   St.
Mungo Cannery, ���'. D, McDonald, Langley, Murdock McDonald, Burnaby,
Adam Alexander, Port Moody, Thomas
1 lowering. Vancouver.
Depot���K, frank. Millside, Oscar
CummtngS, SoUthport, Gi II. Turner,
Mission City, .1. Fish-r, Lulu Island.
.1 Copping, Abbotsford, C. Johnson,
Vancouver, A. M. Whiteside, Vancouver.
spiritual generation as lhe children! Vieloria. May 21.��� A moderately low
of Ihis world. Correct your mislak-'s. | pressure area overlies the region ini-
Renent  your wins. I mediately east of the Rockies and ,he
.         j, __,  pressure is only compnrativly high on
the casi. These conditions are oaUs-
Tido Table   Fraser River ing a continuance or unsettled weather
both on the' Pacific slope and in the
Northwest   provinces.     Light   showers
For Week Ending May 27.
Tuesday ,
Ti,, 11 iday
Friday    ...
: Saturday   ���
1.86    1
., :,.,
High Water jLowWater
1 -.
����.��������������������������� ....������������������������ .���������������4
Time JH'ght
Time light
Monday    ....
11.8 |  10.32
ll.l  |  22.38
Tuesday   ���������!
B.57 :
11.7  1   10.58
2 :1
11.8  |  23.19
Wednesday   ,
11.6 | 11.26
12.1  |
Thursday    ..
4.49 |
11.3  |    0.01 1
12.3 | 11.56
11.0  |    0.11
12.4 | 12.29
Saturday   ...
10.8 j    1.31
12.5 | 13.05
|   6.11
| 10.5 |    2.21
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have fallen in liritish Columbia and
moderate rain in Oregon and Washing-
Ion. In Alberta and Saskatchewan
thunderstorms occurred yesterday and
general  rainfall   result",1.
Fo recasts for 38 hours ending r, p,
m. Tuesday on the Lower Mainland:
Light lo moderate winds, unsettled
With rain.
The purest of ice cream at the Star
Candy Factory next to DeGrey's barber
shop. *
Godficld   W.   Booth,   Manager.
The Northern bank wlll open a
branch In Victoria on June 1 God
trey   w.   Booth,   who   was   formerly
manager of the Bank of British Columbia at New West minster, and who
passed many years in the service of
that bank, will be the manager of
the Northern, A. W. More, lately
with Rand Brothers, of Vancouver,
and who was also in the employ of the
Dank of British Columbia in this
province for several years, has been
appointed accountant. The bank premises will bo on Government street, In
the offices lately occupied by the C.
P. R. company.
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Drowned in Lagoon.
Chicago, Ills., May 21.���An attempt
01 occupants of a rowboat in the lagoon at Sherman Park to change thetr
places, cost the lives of two men last
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System   stenography  and   typewriting.   The Province offlce, Armstrong *
block, 'Phone 62. *
MONDAY,  MAY 21. -|o05
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F. B. Lyle, Esq.,
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!)��� tr  Sir:���It  ba ���   ig
stated that I   iwn      the Dally
New.- Publishing Co., Ltd., have been
"dishonor,- I,"  1  shall  be much ol
it  you will inform me whether  there
i.i any truth in the stat, mi a'.
This company has. I believe, kept its
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cheque has been dishonored, the fact
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Business  .Manager Daily News.
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MONDAY.  MAY 21. 1906.
Ii is a rule among respectable newspapers ilia' controversies with other'
papers are '., be conducted in the edi-j
torial columns, for the contents of
which the paper Is more fully responsible. Thai the Columbian should disregard this rule, as it disregards others which decent people respect, is,
hojvever, quite in keeping. The front
page "story by our young men," as it
would doubtless call It, which that paper printed under a four-column heading, last Saturday, is redeemed from
utter silliness only by the fact that it
repeats the statement about "dishonored cheques" which has once or twice
already been made to do duty in the
Columbian's very cowardly attempt to
Injure iho business .standing of this
A cheque is "dishonored" when the
bank upon which It is drawn refuses
to  pay it   because  ihere are  no funds!
Royal   Bank   or  Canada
New  Westminster, B. C,
May 21, 1906.
The Manager,
Daily News Publishing Co., Ltd.
New W'esi minster. B. C.
Dear Sir:���I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter, under ibis date,
and to slate thai we have honor,-.I all
cheques authorized by your company,
and that, no cheque, authorized bj ;��� iur
company, has been refused by this
Yours respectfully,
(Signed)      F. 11.  LYLE,
The Roval Bank of Canada.
from ihis cltj   I i
.'       Mood ���. whicb    quite sufti-
11 pre ts, aa
estmi and Vai
ver.    The Un,   trom ci y to Port
Moody  will be a short        , - m
tivelj   ��� as  to cost   of construc
tion, and will open a district not i ���-
enjoying rail communication. II will
thi r, tore be a mos- usel tl line to this
pari of the countr.: much more so
ban a mere duplicate of the C. P. R.
tracks along the south shore of Bur-,
rard Inlet. As a means of communication between Vancouver and Port
Moody it will be little, if at all. inferior to tlie direct line, while, as lias
been said, it will possess several a I-
vantages which that line could not
claim. I; should not be forgotten thai .
the people, in th- final analysis, pay
for railways. If lines cost more than
they should, or if too many of them
aro built, higher rates than would otherwise be necessary must be paid.
Therefore the building of unnecessary
lines or lines in the wrong place Is
bad public policy, and pushful people
who imagine ihat they are serving
iheir particular comer ,,t' the common-
wealth by trying to induce capital io
construct railway lines ahead of reasonable warrant, or io construct too
many of them, make a very serious
1 work. Bo far th
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. for by an
, K towns!
"Prince Rupert did the wharf
which 1 bargain wil
provincial government called for.
; . .. pillsburj an l ii::'. engineers,
are on lhe groan.1. ani Indian labor
has i" en eng tge I to do some clearing.
Further developments will be awaited
with Interest
W. R. Gilley, 'Knone 1-_M��.
J. R. Gfiley, 'Hnone 1 4-|
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. fottery C o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Po rtland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-b
Mrs. and  Mr. Joseph   WIntemute Congratulated on Their Golden
It   will be soon by the above letter!
that the Columbian has be.n guilty of
deliberate    falsehood���falsehood      for
which it can plead no excuse of ignorance, since it has repeated it after our
plain  and  explicit   denial;   no  excuse;
of heat of controversy or anything of
ihat. sort, since tlie misstatement was
made with a cool, calculated intention:,
to injure the business of this paper.
Ii was rather a curious coincidence,'
was  it  not,    thai   the  Daily News, in
Now Westminster,    and    Ambassador
Whitelaw   Re-id,     in   London,    should
have,  at about the  same  time,  been
discussing the duty of newspapers in
ih,- matter of the preservation of the
language. Is there not���ahem!  a pop-|
ular saying about, th,- like thoughts ofI
great minds!
Vancouver���or at leas,  some of the
people   of  that   pushful   burgh���want
ih.'  B, C. E.    It. to build a line f rom j
their city to  l'ort   Moody direct. Tho
line  would of course run  right, alongside  lhe  C.   P.  R., which  would  seem1
to  be  rather    a   waste of  good    Bteel:
rails. Perhaps ihe pushful folk are nol
aware that it is in contemplation   tc
One of our contemporaries says that j
it  employs  its  editorial  staff    in the
humble, but useful, occupation of saw-.
ing  wood.  The distinctly wooden nature of the result of iheir labors is ample evidence of the truth of the state-1
Kai-en Island, which heretofore has
been a mere watchword in politics,
comes to the front now as the theatre
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Winteinute today are receiving the congratulations
of their many friends on the attain*
ment of their golden wedding. Fifty
years ago today, Mr. WIntemute led io
the altar, .Miss .lane Millman, and today both ai the rii"' age of "���"., ihey
ar.' still united. To look at Mr. and
Mrs. Wintemute no om- would imagine
that they bad reached within twenty
years of that age. Last night about
forty of the scholars of iln- Queen's
Avenue Methodist Sunday school wiih
which .Mr. and Mrs. WIntemute have
been connected for many years dropped in and offered their congratulations and gathered around the piano
lor awhile while a number of the old
Sunday school favorites were sung.
This afternoon and evening. Mr. and
Mrs. Wintemute are holding a reception. The Royal Templars of Tem-1
perance have mad,- a presentation of;
a purse of gold to Mr. Wintemute who
was one of the charter members of
their lodge when il was opened over
'S.'i years ago.
Mrs. Wintemute was born in Devonshire, England, and when only a lit-.
tie girl came with her parents to make
a home in Canada. They located near
St. Thomas and she and Mr. Wintemute were playmates as children, and
ir the year 1S56 they were married.
In tii,- spring 1S62 Mr. Wintemute took
a notion that he would like to come to
British Columbia, then regarded as
char out of civilization. He went away
round by the isthmus, visited the
coast and went back- with glowing reports of the country and its prospects.
Mrs. Wintemute had been ill for some
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny, j
Manufacturers of I
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
time when Mr. Wintemute returned
home and in tho early part of the year
1865, they decided that they would
come to liritish Columbia to live, as
ilie doctor had ordered an ocean voyage. Accordingly they journeyed to
New York and took ship for the end
of the earth. They went by the Isthmus and it took eight weeks to accomplish the journey. In New York they
were detained for three days, a.s the
city was in mourning over the death
of their beloved president, Abraham
Lincoln. They reached the coast In
safely, and found New Westminster
a struggling little burg with only a
few hundred inhabitants. Mr. Wintemute is a carpenter by trade and started out in his own line of business and
erected some of tho largest residences
which graced the city before the fire.
H eventually saw that there was a big
prospect along the line of pile driving
so he secured an outfit and a crew of
men and for ten years he gave his
whole attention to that line of business, and drove piles all along the water front as far west as Steveston. He
bought a number of acres of land
where his residence is now locate,1 and
some of the immense trees which he
felled   when  on  the  ground   extended
clear across two complete lota and halt
way across a third. The dlsastrou
which devastated the city In th,     ...
I "-'.is,      was     disastrous     Indeed     to
Mr.   Wintemute   and   almost
him. He had   to stand   helplessly   by
while property running in value i
to ihe $Tu,Ol)0 mark, went up in smoke.
Mr.  Wintemute  eventually    sold his
idle driver to G-eorge Gilley ami ol
anil  retired lo a less arduous life. Mr,
Wintemute  is still hale    and    hi
ami   keeps    in  harness    an.l    seldom
knows an idle moment, and in th
spect Mrs. Wintemute takes no second
place.  They have ihree children
living,  si,me  have  gone to the grefl
beyond   ahead   of   llieir  parents.  The;
have eighteen grand children an.l I i-
day they are surrounded by them and
are satisfied that   they are am..:;
happiest   people on  the  continent.
Saw Mill Additions.
The Small and Bucklin Lumber company has ],laced orders for an iddi-
tion to their band saw equipment 1' la
only a short time since the same company increased their machinery, bui
the growing business makes it imperative that the present. Enlargement
Bhould   take   place.
Bargains t��� Buyers
Men's and Boys' Suits at One Third Off!
Balbriggan Underwear, all sizes, regular price 50c, for 25 Cents
Flannelette Shirts, all sizes, regular price 40c, for 25 Cents
Men's White Shirts, regular price 75c and $1.00 for 25 Cents
Men's Cotton Sox 4 Pair for 25 Cents
Men's 25c and 35c Suspenders for 15 Cents
Boys' Knickers per pair 25 Cents
Flannelette Blankets per pair 75 Cents
Working Shirts, regular price 75c and $1.00, for 45 Cents
Wool Sox 2 Pair for 25 Cents
Red Handkerchiefs, regular 15c each for       Cents
Special Bargains in Our Shoe Department!
m i_
Clothing Co
Next Royal Bank of Canada, Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C.
I Thursday   . .1
1.2S | 12.S |    (Ul j 5.9 I
_, and b and 1, during ^"J * 0NDAV. MAY 21. 1906.
For Sale by l"l. T. KIRK, Hardware and Tinsmithing.
Local News Briefly Told
See Those Stock Patterns in
To Be Cleared Out At
Cost Price
The City Grocery,
Telephone 97.
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| lacrosse"8
!      STICKS
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; J. J. MACKAY, y CO.
1 Booksellers,   Stationers,   News   Dealers.
lOur Knowledge
Ms Not for Sale
We don't charge extra for it.    Our contracts
show that we are masters, thorough in every %
detail   of work,  workmanship and material. ���
��� See us before you let your work. ���
Not on Top, But Still in the Ring. ^__
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House Cleaning Time_
15 And you may possibly need a carpet. We have the greatest range of
fi them and can guarantee to save vou money and give you better satlS-
ft faction than vou can got in any other place. For instance, a good body
��V Brussels, paper for underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up.
S Old carpets token up, cleaned and relayed for ten cents a yard. We
* have the largest stock and the tinest show rooms and the finest prices.
[���; Come and see us. It will pay you to see our stock before placing your
,<|( order elsewhere.
[���J 716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.
Advertise in The News
Largest Stock ln the City.
Mounted     in   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come and Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
4MQMM0N05     The Jeweler,     -     Columbia St.
-. :.-.s-'V;u       ��� '���J��'*||K___M JM_***' 1- ���    ���
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26 acres in Surry, 5 acres cultivated, 1! acres in grass and '2 acres
"early cleared; 8 acres fenced; good orchard; 8 chicken houses; fairly
good house; good well; alder hot ton land.
'"" acres, 65 acres cleared; soil black loam; good house, barn and hen
n��use; 8 miles from city,
$75 Per Acre
Ralf Cash;   This is Splendid Property.
Mr! o~ J     M       1      Q    C Real Estate, Fire <fi Life Insurance
CLeod, Mark & to.,   Tei. 273.   Near r���m omCe
Phone 138 for Ice Cream. *
R  W. Grier lefl on th, B,
tor Bpill8bury i
days in the city.
Ice Cream the purest at the West-
minster Creamery. ���
ll. E. and J. Macintosh of Vancouver went up river ihis morning on the
Beaver to Mount Lehman on business.
Leave your orders for Ice Cream a
the Creamery. *
J. Hoosack left on ihe Beaver for
his home at Langley after spending
Sunday in the city.
Freshly  made  candy  every  day  at
the Star Candy Factory next to De-
.-  barber shop. *
Tom Warren was a passenger on the
steamer li,'aver ihis morning to Glenn
A. Macintosh was among the Beaver's passengers to Fori Hammond
Hi is morning.
He. :y Harvey ,,,!' Enderby, spent
R ' lay in the city as the guest of his
brother, .1. W. Harvey, of the (lien.
.1. H. Hargreaves, commissioner of
public works for Edmonton ciiy, was
a visitor in Xew Westminster yester-
; day.
The tug Magnet  yesterdaj  towed a
good si/.eii boom of piles from Mission
for the B, c. Contract company
which  is  working on the Pitt River
The steamer Rithel arrived in the
city on Sunday afternoon from Victoria and other way ports with a small
passenger list., one hundred ami fifty
ions of cement for the ('. P, R. and a
small cargo of general freight.
The steam tug Clive came in yesterdaj from Coquitlam with a large
seven swifter boom of logs for the
Royal City Mills. The Clive lefl today
for ihe Serpentine with a set of boom
sticks for the same company.
The senior lacrosse membership
tickets, which admit holders to all senior matches played in New Westminster can now be obtained from H.
Ryall, secretary.
The steamer Transfer arrived in the
ciiy this morning from down river
with a small quantity of freight and
the following passengers: P. C. Walker, Mr, Graiier, T. Ladner, Miss Patterson, (i. Walker, from Ladner and G.:
Guichon from Port Guichon.
Lilian Moore, a Mulatto girl, and
Emma Wilson, two of ihe residents of
the red light district were charged in
the police court ihis morning with
a. , mg bawdy houses. Both pleaded
guilty, an.l were lined the usual $15
and costs.
A me.-ling of the executive commit
tee of the Senior Lacrosse cluh will
he held on Tuesday evening, commencing at 8 o'clock in the office of
Si cretary Ryall. Business connected
wiih the match to be played on May
24, will he discussed.
On Saturday last Captain O. Wilkie.
received a visit  from a nephew, ('. Mc-
Combie of Dublin,  Ireland.    Mr. Mc-
I Combie is a lirst  class all round ath-
��� lete and holds lhe honors as champion
: hockey  player of Ireland. His brother
whom he has gone to Vancouver holds
j a record as   champion    four-mile-flat
runner of Ireland.
Gilley Bros.' steam tug Flyer left
today with a scow load of crushed rock
for Richmond on the North Arm of
Hie Fraser. ll forms lhe lirst instalment of rock I'or the Eburne municipal
council, which has entered upon an extensive campaign of road improvement, li will then take a set ,,r boom
Micks io the International Logging
company's camp a1 Burnett,
Ah   Sin.  tin-  festive  fan  inn  player
who is periodically called upon lo contribute  io the  city's exchequer as  al
penance for his fondness I'or gambling
was again rounded up yesterday, and.
admitted to $30 bail. The sinning Sin]
failed  to respond to his name at the
police   curl   lhis   morning,    and   the
magistrate  ordered   Ihe  bail  to be  es-
I rented.
The local employees of the B. C. BJ.
B.   Co.   wlll   meel   in   the   t'nion  hall,'
Oddfellows'   building   this   evening   to
arrange ahoul their annual picnic. The
dale In  which  this popular excursion1
will    be  run and    also    Hie    locality
will    be   deci,led.    Chilliwack is  slill
iu high  favor with the street railway,
men, as at  all  previous excursions to
Chilliwack  there  has   remained  a   balance  in  hand  after  all  expenses  were
paid,   and   also   owing   1"   special   attract ions   of   Chilliwack   for  such   ex-
I ciirsions.
The steamer Ramona arrived in ih'1
city yesterday from Chilliwack and
Other up-river points wilh its usual
cargo of freight. Tomorrow morning
lhe Favourite will lake over the run
as the Ramona will likely spend about
len days in Ibe dry dock undergoing
repairs.  The   following   passengers  ar
rived on ibe Ramona yesterday: i>. B,
Hall,  11.  Keith,  R. .1.  Macintosh,  from
Chilliwack; Mrs. Watson, ami J. A.
Conley, from Murphy's landing; Mrs.
Patterson,   from   Patterson's  lamting;
'i ���  p.  King and �� Ifi . from Armour's
landing; l-\ .1. llan. ami M. li. \i
iron,   Salisbury's   landing :   .1.   Po
rrom Langlej; Mis-  \i. K    . from McKay's landing, and Rev. Mr. Summer-
from Porl  Hammond.
O.  11. Howes lefl on the Trail-;.
La,In. r   ihis   al'ievm,:,:,.
T. Ladner was among the Transfer's
down river passengers   ' noon.
S.  Eagles was one   ... earner
Transfer's passengers to Woodward's
i Bis afternoon.
W. P.. Townsend took a business trip
on the Transfer to Ladner this afternoon.
P. Falkner was among the Transfer's passengers to Ladner this afternoon.
J. Rey, of Victoria, left on the steamer Transfer ihis afternoon for Porl
Guichon, to visit his sister, Mrs. Qui-
S. McCullough of Nanaimo lefl on
the Transfer this afternoon for Ladner where he will spend a short time
on business.
H.   Mitchell   was   among  the  down
river   passengers   on  lhe  Transfi
Ladner   this   afiernoon   having   Bpent
the morning in town.
.1. .1. Johnston, has started to erect
a new resilience on Third avenue between Royal and Queen's avenue.
Workmen are now l,us\ . scavating for
the basemenl an.l fo,nidation.
T.  .1.  Armstrong,    Masonic    Grand.
Master, returned today  from Vancou-j
ver Island, where he has been paying!
an  official  visit   to    the    subordinate
Rev. .1. A. Seymour will in-each his
farewell sermon next  Sunday,   in St. j
Paul's Reformed Episcopal church and j
will  be succeeded  the following Sun-1
day by Rev. Arthur Owen, late of Sur-:
rey Centre, who has accepted an invitation  to act as  Mr.  Seymour's successor.
Chief Constable Spain went out to
Hazlemere today to serve the warrants
in connection with the Charbonneau
cruelty to animals case. The case will
come up for hearing before Captain
Pittendrigh, S. M., on Friday next,
and Mr. Charbonneau will give an account of how he allowed a horse under
his supervision to be worked with
shoulders raw and swollen.
A warrant from Vancouver was received by Chief Mcintosh ihis afternoon calling for ihe arrest of a Hindoo charged wiih healing another
swarthy skinned individual. The assault 100k place in Vancouver, after
which the Hin,loo returned to Millside,
where he is working. Officer Johnson
was sen! out with the complainant to
make ihe arrest.
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Striking   Drivers    of    New York    and
Their    Sympathizers    Start
Sunday Riots.
New York, May 21.���The East side
was aroused yesterday by three riots
of striking drivers and sympathizers,
who mobbed and stoned funerals. Weddings also were Interfered with and
brides and guests had to walk or ride
on street cars.
The worst disturbance o�� the day
occurred at the funeral of Samuel Diamond from his late residence in avenue C. The undertaker had been able
to get only one open coach and a
hearse and he drove the hearse himself. His son drove the coach which
was occupied by the Diamond family.
Three hundred friends of the Diamonds finding no carriages, determined to walk.
The procession started for the Williamsburg bridge followed by a hooting crowd of strikers and their sympathizers. At N'orfold and Delancey
street a shower of stones fell from the
roof of one tenement house upon the
heads or the mourners. Heavier missiles struck tin- carriage occupied by
the relatives. No one was hurt,
i o	
Land  Safely on the  Rods and    Wave
Hands at Frightened
Tired of the easy life they had been
leading in the Royal City for the past
few days, and anxious to visit their
friends in Beattle, two Individuals of
the genus hum adopted an easy way of
travelling yesterday afternoon on the
4:30 (1. N, It. train. Loitering around
thc stallon until tho train had started,
the pair took a flying leap as the first
baggage car was passing them, ami
landed nicely on the supporting rods
beautiful:      handsome i
Have you seen th .,. genuine mahogany
Dresser, Chiffonier and Brass Bed |
in our show window ? Its a beauty. The best ever. Let us
whisp-r in the ear of the Beeker after the most beautiful and
lasting furniture Its a Bargain! Good honest workmanship
and in fact a magnificent outfit,
$i 15.00
The Three Pieces  for Only
Regularly Worth $135.00.
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 to   241   Front  Streets,   Dupont   Block,
The "Paragon" will wash anything without previous boiling.
There is no need of using any
chemicals���only soap and water.
Anything from the finest linen
anil lace curtains to the heaviest
blankets, without the slightest
injury. Will wash up to 25 pieces
within 5 to 8 minutes better and
cleaner than by the harsh and
tiresome rub board method. We
also carry the Knowll and Reacting Washers, the largest stock in
the Province to select from.
One up to date house in  Brick  Row,   Sapperton.
Dwelling , n S.W. cor. 9th St. and 3rd Avenue.
Cottage, corner 3rd Rt. and 3rd Avenue.
Kilby Place, Sapperton.
Three rooms for light housekeeping, Ash St.
Small house on Princess, St.
T. R. PEARSON, ^^^
The Big Clothing House Sells
Sn Coat Shirt
In tke...
Also in
Try One  of
These Shirts
and Find out
No pulling
on Over the
Head.  Put
on Like a
Coat as the
Mutual  Life  Assurance
Co. of Canada
Amount ot Policies now ln force exceeds $44,000,(100.00
Amount of Assets, legitimate and solid, now exceeds $9,000,000.00
This is a company or policy-holders, by policy-holders, tor policyholders.
OUK MOTTO!    ine largest amount of Assurance for the Least
Possible Outlay.  ussetm
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
New Westminster, B  C. 'Phone 85.
! ticials at Blaine were notified of the
presence of the tramps, but it ls not
likely that they will be caught stealing
I a ride, as these hardened hoboes always roll  off a mile    or    so before
1 reaching a point of possibly unpleasant reception.
under the body of the car. From the
way   in  which  they  coiled  up ia Co'
narrow space at. their disposal, it was'
plainly evident  that both hoboes had
often travelled in this manner before
and this mode of seeming an easy r'de!
was no novelty to them.
A number of people were on the f.a-1
Lion platform at the tfme, und the firs* I     -
i In,nghts of some was that a tragedy   -^.     _   .      _~
had   taken  place,  as  they thought it j W��   lN��   LJ-PclOei*
was a double case of determined sui-;
cide, but neither of the tramps were'
ready to scuffle off this mortal coil, and i
ih.y waved their hands to the staring
crowd as the train stoamed out. Thej
wires were   set   to   work, and the of-
B. C. Land
Ellard Block.   New Westminster. B.C.
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To  John   Cooper,   Xew  Westmla   er,
British Columbia.
TAKE NOTICE that a Writ of Summons has been issued against you in
the Supreme Court of British Columbia at. the suit of Agues Blackle to
foreclose a certain Mortgage made by
you in favor of Walter Blackie, a copy
of which Writ may be seen at the of-
; flee of the District Registrar of this
Court at Xew Westminster:
tried conclusions  wiih a  pickea team  ing: AND   FURTHER   TAKE   NOTICE
oi ihe Intermediate club. The game; Mr. President and Gentlemen: The that pursuant to the Order of His Hon-
finished with an even score of eight year 1905 has no! been a had year lor ,������ \y. Norman Bob-, local judge of the
runs I-, each team. II was suggested our association, if we take into con- said Court, dated 12th May, 190G, ser-
thal another inning should be played si deration ih,- fact that, out of our vice of the said Writ upon you may
to decide the winners, bin .several of clubs a large number of very good be effected by inserting this Notice
the players wen- badly needed down players have been drafted into .he ,\n the Daily Columbian and Daily Xews
town  by li o'clock for ihe purpose of | Senior  clubs;   and although  this  fact j newspapers for one issue.
Dated this llth day of May, 1906.
Plaintiff's  Solicitors,
Trapp Block
Xew "Westminster, B. C.
Local   Seniors and   Intermediates  Play
to a Draw at Queen's Park.
Queen's park was the scene of a
furious struggle S:uurday afternoon,
when   iln-  ciiy   senior   baseball   team
C. Snell;  New Westminster, F. Lynch
and  A.  \V.  Cray.
The election of officers resul ��� I as
follows ll..:,. Preslden . \. W : 1
New Westminster; president, Al. Lar-
will; first vice-president, Rev. \V. W.
Bolton, Victoria; second yice-president,
W. S. Galbraith, New Westminster;
��� iretary-treasurer, C. D. Peele, Nev.
Westminster; executive, L. York,-, Victoria, and S. McClay, Vancouver.
Secretary's   Report.
Ti,.' secretary, Al. Larwill, submitted ih.' following reporl to the meeting:
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 445 Granville street.    Jaseph Martin, K. C	
W. Weait, W. ii. McQuarrie, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wiJI be in th3
Westminster offices every Friday af
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
street, opposite Court House, New
Westminster. J. H. Bowes, P. O. Box
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia   street,
W. J. Whiteside,
New   Westminster.
H. L. Edmonds.
receiving pay cheques, and they felt | may seem a small matter to those
thai it was impossible to delay on so] who do not follow the work of our
important an occasion. The game will, league, it. is exceedingly gratifying to
therefore be played off som,.' evening those of us who have heen Identified
ihis week. ! with the B. C. Itermdeiate association
Al lhe start of tlie game, the seniors] since  its  organization,  and  especially
seemed to have it all their own way,
and two men had already been called
out in  the  fourih Innings before the
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
so io President Cray and myself, who
have  been members  of the executive
commit lee for six years. At the ah-
Intermediates secured a run, Peele be-jnual meeting last year, I ventured to
Ing responsible for lhe first score.The predict, that Victoria would be with
Seniors had three runs in their favor us ihis year, ami I am sure we are
by this time, and prospects did noi all very pleased ihat ihe prediction
look rosy for the other bunch, but has proved true, and welcome Mr.
they picked up in grand style towards Bolton in our midst. Might l suggest Acquired a through knowledge of the
the e���,| of Uu- game, and manged to that iho secretaries of the different j business in England with 10 years ex-
got home a sufficient number of times , i���hs send their name and addn-ss as Pf^nce. Later was 7 years manager
to keep the Seniors from getting ahead   eoon   as   possible   after   their   annual | ��f th(* watch repairing department of
the secretary  of this  as- Savage,   Lyman    &    Co.,    Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
MR. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C.
of them.    The gain,- was far from be-  meeting,  to
ing fast, and lh,- fielders had an easy l relation.
time of it, very few balls being struck      Trusting that our national game will
any distance.    For the Seniors Lewis  be more propular this year than ever,
pitched a steady game, while Kelly on   and Ihat  a true sporting spirit will be
third base attracted a good deal of al-   shown   in   all   our   mulches,   and   ihat
tent ion hy ihe way in which he missed  both officers and players will do their
several   easy   catches,   for   which   he   uiniosi    to   foster   a   friendly   feeling
blamed a sprained wrist  which handi-  toward  each other, I  remain, respect-  Two Doors from Geo. Adams Grocery
Capped him som-whai. j fully yours, 1���J	
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
No particular player could be singled'
out for special ment ion, both team Btlll
requiring a few practices before being
ii.  lirst  class shape,
Following are the scores and the
lineup  of the teams:
Seniors      1  0 0 2 3 0 1 1���S
Intermediate    0 0 0 10 4 1 2���S
Seniors���Smith, c; Lewis, p.; Sinclair, Isi b.; Lamotte, 2nd b.; Kelly,
3rd b.; Canfleld, c. f.; Ryall, 1. f.;
11. ane. r. f.;  lileastead, s. s.
Intermediates   ���   Malcomson,      c; '
Lacrosse on 24th.
Considerable interest is being taken
in the lacrosse match to be played al
Queen's park on May 114 when the
New Westminster Lacrosse team
promises to imt it all over the Maple
Leaf team of Vancouver. The City
band will be in attendance after
parading on Columbia avenue aud al-
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY.
"Daily | NEW [j   Daily
Leave! WESTMINSTER! Arrive
9Y20 amlBlaine, Belling-]3:00 pm
4:35 pmjham      Burling-|9:35pm
Iton, Mt. Ver-
|non, Everett,
Seattle and
4:35pm[Spokane,      St. 3:00 pm
jPaul    and    all
points East.
9.20 amjAnacortes,
3:00 pm;Vancouver
3:00 pm
9:20 am
14:35 pm
together   a   pletsant   afternon   is   in
Peek-, p.;   Bllodeau, 1st   b.;   Dewdney,! stol.(.  fo].  lhe  people of  lhis  clty
Snd 1
H.   H.
clute, 3rd b.;  Eastman, c. f.
1. I'.;   Fletcher, r. f.;  Weaver,
N. W. Forrest.
Looking  Abroad  for  Victims.
The New Westminster Baseball club
Victoria Day.
From the  Enemy's Camp.
All of the teams in  the  British  Columbia Lacrosse association are ready
for  the  opening of the season,  which
occurs on    Thursday    next, says    the
s certainly going to be a success this Vancouver News-Advertiser.    On thai
day lhe Maple Leaf and New Westminster teams will meel at Queen's
Park in the Royal City, while the
I Vancouver twelve will cross sticks
with   the  Victoria   team   at   Oak   Bay,
year if hard work and interest in baseball counts for anything. Members ,,i
this go-ahead club have beeu selling
season tickets on lhe street, and a
large number have already been dis
posed of. Ii is ihe Intention of ilie
management to hold the lirsi match
ol' lh.' season on May 24 when ihey
hope to go down to Chilliwack, if suitable transportation can be arranged
at a reasonable price. Failing in satisfactory arrangements for the trip, a
match will be played In Vancouver on
the Brockton Point grounds against a
picked Vancouver team.
Victoria. The players on all of the
teams have been training faithfully
during the pasl. few weeks and are in
good condition. The Maple Leaf
twelve will make their debut in Senior
company in this province on the holiday. Many new faces wlll appear on
the lacrosse oval at New Westminster
C.   Intermediate   League   Holds Annual   Session   and   Arranges
when the teams meet. On the Royal
Ciiy team there will be at least six
new men, while the home team will
have several new men, who have not
yet, played in this province. Many of
lhe new men are old Easterners and
can be depended on to make a good
showing against 1 hu fast New West-
The   annual   meeting  of   the   B.   C.  minster team.
Intermediate  Lacrosse associtlon  was      The Hne-up of tlie Maple Leafs has
held on Saturday evening. wU >'el been decided upon, and it is
-Mr.  Bolton, Vieloria, applied  for the   ,ml   expected   thai   the   teams   will   be
re-admission    of  the   Victoria    Inter- selected before Tuesday evening, when
mediate   cluh,   and   lhe   re-inslaleineiit
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly [fur-
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
in home decoration need not be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
for furniture and pictures,, can be
had at reasonable prices if you call
Wall   Paper  Store
Sixth Street.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
100 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
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
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
I residence upon farming land owned
I by him in the vicinity of his homc-
| stead, 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 Do-
i minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
��� to apply for patent.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.  B.���Unauthorized  publication of
this  advertisement  will   not  be  paid
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.
p^��������^��a ���_- ��� _*o���� .��4
Railway Company
Double Through Fast Train Service Daily with Dining Cars,
Sleepers and Tourist.
Atlantic Express leaves at
7:25, connects with trains for
Seattle and Eastern Canada,
also with steamers at Fort
William. Imperial Limited
leaves at 17:20.
For rates and other particulars apply to
C P. R. Agent,
New Westminster.
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
of its players, both of which requests
were complied with,
In regard lo the matter of a guar-
ai tee and forfeit to insure dales being kept, it was decided to require
each club to put up a marked cheque
for $;:.. as a guarantee deposit within
fifteen days of ihe annual meeting and
in theevenl of forfeiting adate to forward to Hie disappointed club Un- sum
of $25 within six days, ihe rub' governing 'his lo he iden.ieal with lh.' tor-
fell   rule   of     lhe   Senior    assoeial ion,
wiili ihe exception of ihe amounl of
'he   forfeit.
It was also decided thai in ih.' Victoria-Mainland matches the home club
shall forward to ihe visiting team $25
Inwards the expenses six days before
lhe n,:tich, ihe visiting lean, to have
the option ol' bringing its own referee.
On .111,,l ion lhe position of field cap-
lain was abolished and it was decided
lo   keep   lo  only   one  referee.
The following schedule was decided
June 2���Vancouver al New Westminster.
June in���Victoria at Vancouver.
June 23���Westminster al  Victoria.
July 21���Victoria at New Westminster.
July 28���New Westminster al Vancouver.
August   ���!���Vancouver  at   Victoria.
The following were appointed official referees Victoria, J. 0. BrOwn and
Stan. Peele; Vancouver, F. Murray and
lhe players will turn out for their final
canter before the big match. There
are over twenty men in ihe running
I'or places on the team and tile committee will he confronted with no little
difficulty ln selecting the besl material.
For goal, Md. Ravfly and Jim McGeer]
are both being tried out and they are
showing up well. 11 is probable that
Etavey will he lhe man selected to defend ihe Hags in the initial game.
Among the oilier 'players who have
been turning OUl in practice ar.'Brown,
Ilorribin, Green, Fisher, Plum steel,
Walter Murray. Whieiley Murray, Mc
Arthur, It. Ravey, Morrison, Van'
I lorne, ]���;. Murray, Fred Murray, 1
Gardner, Martin, McCualg, and Barnes, i
Carter, the husky defence player,
sl rained his back in a recnt practice
and will nol likely be able lo play in
the lirst   match,
The New Westminster team has
been plugging away hard for ihe past
three weeks and if condition counts
I'm anything, Ihat bunch should bo on
Hie grounds wilh the goods all ready
tor delivery. A number of the Intermediates will he given a trial 1 his season,
as the majority of lhe old war-horses
have dropped oul and will play the
game from the grand-stand this year.
The young players arc; putting up a
good game and Ihey will give any team
in the league a hard match. The
dope she,.1 for Hie holiday match looks
like lhis:
Goal,  Digl.-y:    poini,    c. Galbraith;
(Continued on Page Seven.)
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or "Old Sport" Cigars
You do lhe wise thing. Its tempting
flavor will surely win your favor. Manufactured by���
Factory and Office, Brine Block,
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
I'or Time Tables, etc., address
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
Tenders    addressed    to the    under
signed ai Ottawa and marked on the
j envelope "Tender for the construc-
! tion of a Hydrographlc Steel Twin
, Screw Steamer," will be received up
to the twenty-second day of May next,
' for the construction of a Steel Twin
1 Screw Steamer for the Hydrographlc
! Service in British Columbia waters.
Specifications, plans and forms of
1 tender can be seen at the offlce of the
Agent, of the Department of Marine
and Fisheries at Victoria, B. C., at
the Custom House at Vancouver, B.
Ci and at the Department here.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque equal to
10 per cent, of the whole amount of
the tender, which will be forfeited if
the person sending the accepted tender declines to enter into a contract
with the Department. Cheques aeom-
panylng tnders which are not accepted
will be returned Immediately after a
decision has been arrived at.
Newspapers copying this advertisement without authority from the Depart merit will not be paid.
Deputy    Minister   of    Marino   and
Departmenl of Marine and Fisheries.
Ottawa,  28th March, 1900.
The time for receiving tenders for
the construction of a hydrograpbic
steel twin screw steamer has been extended to the twenty-second day of
May, 1906.
Deputy    Minister    of    Marine    and
Department of Marine and Fisheries,
Ottawa, 14th May, 1906.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
Seven   hundred  miles   of   magnificent
river  trip.    Empress  of  Britain   sails
from Montreal for Liverpool May 19th.
For other dates and rates apply to
C. P. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
Royal Bank
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total Assets $3b,3/3.0/0.
Branches and correspondents in
all the principal cities or trie world.
General banking business transacted.
'Y  opens ap account.   Interest added
lalf yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
)pen   Saturday   nights   trom 8  to 9
F. B.  Lyle,  Manager.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co
British  Columbia  Coast Line
(Subject to change witnout   notice.)
Princess Beatrice
Leaves Vancouver    May   15th    mn
28th. u
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1  ���,  ���
S. S. Rithet
Leaves Xew Westminster at 7 a. ni,
on Wednesday and Saturdays.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. ni. on 1st
7th, 19th and 20th of each month for
Ashousit and way points; leaves Vic-
toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria on -nth
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves Xew Westminster on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at 3 p. m. and Saturday
at 2 ],. ni. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.; Friday at G a. m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. 111.
S. S. Beaver
Leaves Xew Westminster, S a. m,
Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. 111. Tuesday
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between Xew Westminster
and Chilliwack.
S.  S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. ni., 2nd
and 16th of each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure  are  approximate.
For reservations and information
call or address
Agent, New Westminster.
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
General Superintendent, Victoria.
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New Westminster.
Bank of
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL (All paid up)...? 14,000,000
RESERVE  FUND $10,000,000
Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal, G.C.M.G,...Hon President
Hon. Sir G. A. Drummond, President
E.   S.   Clouston,  Vice  President  and
General Manager.
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities
ln Canada, In London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. Jonn, Nfld.,
and correspondents in all parts of the
Savings Bank Dept.
G. D.  Brymner,  Manager.
Still Doing Business at the Uld Stand.
Merchant Tailor j
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, Scotcn and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always ln stock
Spring stock now in.    Make your
Trains & Steamers
Leave New Westminster 15.40 daily.
Arrive New Westminster 11.35 daily.
Lv. New West. . 8.30; ar. Seattle 16.50,
Lv. Seattle 10;  ar. New West. 18.40.
Lv. New West. 10.35 and 17.3.1.
Ar .New West. 9.35 and 16.40.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; nr. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4.20 p.m.;  ar. N.W.   9.35
Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and 9.35 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv.  Guichon  2.40  p.m.;   ar. N. W.
1 9.35 p.m.
Mondays only.
Lv. New West. 5.50 a.m., C.53, 8
and hourly until 11 p.m.. wilh half-
hourly hei ween 15��.30 and 6.30 p.m.
Saturday half-hourly noon to 11 I1'".
Sunday hourly 8 a.m. to 11 pm.;
with half-hourly bet. noon and 7 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver same time throughout.
Fraser River and Gulf
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frld. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
From N. W. dally, ex. Sun., 2.15 p.m.
From Mt. Lehman, 7 a.m.
From N. W. dally, ex. Sim., 2 p.m-
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.;
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
City of Nanaimo���
From N. W. Sunday 7 a.m.
From Victoria Saturday 7 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.    Eeceir i
Seattle, via Sumas 10.00 p.m
Sap'n & Millslde...l0.00 p.m
Vancouver 10.00 p.m
Cloverdale, Blaine, ���n   m
Seattle, etc..   .. 8.45a.m.    ��P'"T
Van. & Cent. PariU.lO.80>a.m;,   Jg
Victoria "���,82B,?'1!i5_5.
East Burnaby.. .. 1.16 p.m.     ���,'/'' m.
Steveston, etc.... 1.30p.m. 10.3"*
6.45 p..ro
6.45 P-"1-
9.00 a.m.
East, via C.P.R..
Sap., Mill, Coq'm.
Van. & Burnaby.
���i'oo p.m. 12.0��m
3.30 p.m.   G.UUP-1"
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iv^r-..   ...  orange  hidl  arm   una
\\uf\Tr     lh     -. �� ~ i^__^__^__^__^__^__^__H
:   ouch month i
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Bfi.    E.  E.  M:..
J . : ��� -,  Rec -Sec.
E   .    S3 :��� DTT, B.A., Principal,
H. A. SCRIYE.'-    :. '-.     ��� ice- lYincipal
,::��� ���?"- REFORM REMALRAM
.     Carurvoi St.. tetan 10th anrj Mm.
etend.   S. .1. v.
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re    ''.ler;   Louis   >'....
1      '������
. i i ei    I   icts from 28 cords np. For
O.  bom    187,    Ne*
. - ������
.-son   ��� Ki ' -   :''-r   Dong
is ..'''. .    ���     i  -..
. vv   01   ';  '���'��� I, I
may act  as a final  board of appeal 6 hy the *
4    ���;!,..,    ,.     ��� ,���|   t0 ,.f.H(,   parimem and the hous*- committee on
we fo   " ���"'-'������' i '��� ton ro-
I       cup
Ti&va! affairs.
���-  ��� ays iba,
gethf-r      wi,,,    , ue i;,i+i,,iint7iir.i!i,.      - ���.
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aeaperate*  fo -.He
6.     Mal ...   -
r;.  ��_le_.M-oa(   .       ��� ���      ���    I     B��   -���:.               -";'':'.   ���   ' nny Of tl
Business of Annual  Meeting of B. C.
Association  League.
-ees ��� :
e corner in West End; two lot!-     ��� raociatioi   I  ��� , ,, ecesSAr;
....      -...'. ito commission wlthoi
... ..���   ..     ���. ���   ���-    Tm?   nr,   hand,   find
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Seattle    V
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.   ���   .     3 wer,
From 1 5c. up.
��� |   he
otherwise or
���    ���    ���-!���'���     appeal r.
3SS for  Setting-Tnre Barred  Rock-     "������.. n��m> ;���� �����  of  |1. and, erection  ot R new .   ln<5
$1.0   ,���    t .    ������    Vusl a, Sap - ��� .   ._. fc N
Afar, .....;.';'.
President's   Report.
��� .
Rosslsnd   Mines.
The co
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��� " SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S ���
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t sday of each montl
,  ,      ��� ;. Columl   .  S
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v.,.:..:-  :
:.. ted       E.   B.   Ptinch-
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Br    ��i                  i   I   ill     i         Hogs.Br, _e finals which   I   sou                                                         	
ton. hitch - -. iiVl 1n ,..,., T.^al t0 ,1o gQ BliaU
__H~   ..eil 1',-om ihe	
Wanted- - ..,...:,, .nee,"
 ������ ' ���������   ing  it.     Th, . -   lei'i
Wanted���Ladi, act  ,.,..,.,
as ag, it for   high class  pub' ,..     ���
hous,    Vpply John ...      ...   on    the
i c ���'��� g im,-   ... ivelj   Cor us civili
ans.   '.���.... ,....���.
To  Let���Six roomed house on Royal  that   you    have  been  able to    carry
A  0. F���T: e regula ngs of
on the Second
at'. esd    s of each no nth
_1 ' In lhe Oddfellows' H.,',1.
en  are cordialy  in-
ri:- :     i;   C. Firth. C. R.:
F. P. ' Sec
JAMES   McKAY.   Proprietor.
itactnrer ot
Marble and Granite Monuments.
Tablets. Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
THE ROYAL  TEMPLARS  OF  TEMPERANCE v..--'   > v. ry Wednes
;.  iii.. in  Oddfellows
;. | street.      Visiting
Brethren   i    i ordially invited to attend.   J. S. Bryson, S. C;  J. McD.
. Sec.
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Tnird Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief; J. .1. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
New  Westminster.   B.  C.
and look at the fresh
stock of homemade candies fresh daily. Fruit
of all kind, Ice Cream etc.
Nexl Tram Office, Columbia St.
avenue, near Fou th, $10.   Ap)  ham-
.1. \'i. McDonal I, ,.".  \ ... ...      Uate
and   juniot      The  question   of  i
Wanted���31   ��� aa rhumb'  ,, .,   j-oUttger vl     .     .   .     ..
houses     .    *    E    Chapman,       who are no*   he hope of the iV8' Malttfoad beMt matches, the p��-
Brownville, City P, O. nre, wi!   b,   broughl you    I
rlj   urge  upon  the   Main
v.- ,   oi  .  on the supreme
.    .      .....   low
... , v,   ,,.,.,, ,, .,K��� ���       ,  island for several seasons pasi
We, the undersigned, agree to > ,ose
our stores from 2 to T p   rfl, eVerj  Sal
\. ,. . -., |
new b'.     "      when installed, b,
���   .   lodp-niinina hols1!   in   Oanada.
tt will have a ,"   ..   .....
,������     HM-l will be sif>nm-driven.    Ifne
    #&_ found  to he inadf1
��� . i ihe requirements of aoi-Btihg
.   .,-,.] waste or ti-"  - ���
and   Wai   Ka_le   ground   iliroiiah   the
��� ��� .    shaf,.    Th."  task  of  to-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_, stall ins ih p "���������   -���       	
Board of Appeal ��� ,        ��� .,  ^^  ^..}]
The question of who shall be eligi-! 0(.(,npv ,-,oiiih=-   time.    Ti   is
O-..- .....     ,h;ij ii  Mill be com
i 1    ��� ��� v months from the presehi
���  week ending
even   ������ " ere:
Centre Star M50
I ���   i--      :<.1^,
1 ���   ttoi   Two          TitO
Inmbo             90
. T.vd of
��� . BUb-sldta) -    ��� - was
 ������ ��� ���.   length an.l 11 was finally
decided  thai   the  lot il  ,     Btihsldlary
ociatiOns were  qui'.-  .....  .'iv   to
deal with ihis ma... .  ��������� ���  .. ���
Tin- incoming execut'.v, wa_ recommended t--, take IhtO ,--v..    >n ihe
visa    ity ol arrdttging BOitte inland
......  ol  whlcfl  would be devoted to
ro\idtag a fund to be used fo* flip
I' ���. ii-. ol aftj  plaxer meeting wiih an
accident <m the field.   The isecretarj
also Ihstrheted  to conim-nieate
With  M     >"   W .  Murray of TtJrOatJO, tO
u\ au.i arrange for the Corinthians of
fetal    M30
rota        '  to date.. .\i_��,fci6
i o	
Extension   Miner   Killed.
\ ,'Tii,uo. iv ,-.. May ti:���An accci-
Plantsand  Annuals  of fall   kinds    cut
flowers ami floral designs,   Dahlias
60c per dozen,
board of trade.���Now Westmln
Bter Board  of  Trade  meets  in  tlu
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
B, Wednesday of each month.       __hone A184 or address 4th Avenue
Quarte.lv   meetings   on   the   second    lelePnone ^t,J mrt Street.
Wednesday     of      February,     May,
August and  November,  at  8  p.  m.
Annual meetings    on    the    second
February.     Now^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
members   mav   he   proposed   and   -g-^.���--m^-f _r>��->    f"0
elected al  anv monthly or quarterly      |   |X�� |9 I *--���       ^-��^-��*
A. B. White. Sec.
and 10th Street.
urdaj afternoou during the months ot
Ma>. .lane. Julj and August, comment
lng   May   12,   1906.
A.NDERSON  &  M'shy
T. .1. TR \PP & CO, LTD Pai tl. B,
hakum w ,v bryson
CUNNINQH \M n \KP\V \Kl-l CO.,
Per ���'.   \. Cunningham, Mgr,
and  the result Is seen in Ladysmlth B^d"'to" VWlt'  Vancouver    wh?ii|dHU   occttred   at   feSxtensitttt   ��ito M
>e '   u touring Canada nexl fail.
Officers  Elected.
The election of officers resulted as
Honorary President- a. t. dhJWard,
Armstrong,    Van-
and Vie;,'    ...    x,ue off this
Intermediate aa��� Junloi Championships respect i\-ely, Tne Mainland
Football association musi leave no
sione unturned ,', revers. iiii,; IB 1807,
ri,. re has b, en an unavoidable de-
laj   in  Ottl   affiliation Wltb the football Victoria.
association of Sttgladd,   u was favor      Presldettl    \\   F.
ably reported on in Januavj  bj   the couver,
ipeelal committee of thai  body, bui     Vibe-Prdsidenl   1
ii could not be broughl aboul tin cer Westmihster.
lain   altel aiiiuv-   bad   been   affected   In
,,nr constitution,   These mailers will Vancouver,
i-i attended to todaj and we ,an then     Hearts   votes of thanks  Werd alsts
become pari ol thai exeelleni orgaaisa   passed to Rev, W  w  Bolttm ami Mr,
tion Which bas done BO much foi   the  r   M,  Whyte for Iheir  valuable fpi'v-
".anie.                                                             Ices  d-fing thfe  pasl   year.
The   Question   of  appeals   has   eonie , O	
.nu,,ii,-mi, forward amongai us ,iur PHnfighta for Holiday
v Mahotiej    n.��
BatUrday, whereby a miner was killed,
Thp UhfortUhate man was .lohn N6_ai,
nspd vi years Up was killed by a
fall of coal BecaSed Is a native ot
England, '",'1 leaves a wlfS add three
iim the pa il season and musi bi sel
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia St.
******* *******************
CANDY       ! Light and Heavy Hauling
Baggftfe delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
office 'Phone 186.       Barn   I'nono 187
���    the purest of pure sweets
ind invites the public to call
and see  the candy made
Westminster Iron Works
city, the mi
lain,',i under the
md   registered   In   thi
The title   la therefore   unltnpeacb
aide and  lb,- rily  wlll transfer all  lotl
tu i i,e purchaser by deed wsrrsntlnQ
the title.
I'll,-  upset   price  bas  been   Ml   ,,nlv
Arrangements have be_B cbmpl_ted
'''���   ""   *"""  ���  , foi   the bin l,i,\in_ ,-arntval which will
,   Several useful amendments are also l:l,,��� ,,,,,��� a)  aeefeatioa pari,, vm,.
,lto be submitted to you ror debate and ,.,���lv,.r,   oa the eveaihg ���r   May 24.
I am glad   ta uote thai the _tnHi0   i���,iiieui���iiv   stood bouts   have
Mainland Pootball assoclatloa has ihisS
-oiislllulioii    ami    bylaws!
���  (ii'iN'MiiAi, MACH1NM ainu UNOINBI|wlth a"view to cover ths amounl d,���
 ������-   I*   f.n
Fresh Fruit in Season.
Twelve years  experience  in  the
candy  trade.
The proof of the pudding is in
the eating.
Next Door DeGrcy's Barber Shop.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
*'��� 113- Office,  Eighth Street,
Slill' SMI'IIIINO, liKUHii'; and
Ornamental   iron   worn,  including
Fences, dales, Kite KseapeH, tne.
Mall orders and corrospondenco Invited.
','���w Westmlnstor. 1'. *.). 474.
....CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster, - ��� ��� R. C.
Tbe corporal ion  of lbe ('lly of New
Westminster is offering for sale by     _
public auction L,898 lots ail within the tied for good and all.
liiuils of the said  city.
These lots were obtained for nrrenr^	
ol taxes accrued during a number of :,"i""    ' ;n" Blad   ," ""'" <h!" the|Some   imriieuiailv
years ami have bee,, transferred to the Mainland Pootball a��soolatldn has this beet)   mm^   .,���,,   ,,,���  niansemnni
to them having heen ob   |:isl S",IS"M adopted and played undei  promisea ,,1;,, ,,tP ������,,,,, nfra|, ���iU ,,���
Quieting Titles Act"  :l    r"ni1111    ConBtltUtlO-    and    bylaw-  ,���,���,,���,,���, in .,, ,,,,,,,  ,, ���,.,���������,. a3 ir
of the "l,i'1' """���' " '" ,""', to ttw lasting ���,���,���,  ,,,��� .,���.,,,,,����� ���r Beffle ()f ,,,���
upbuilding of lhe Ra,,,,-. ,,,������������ ;,,,,1,.ti(, 01.!,.1|,,>-,.,U���MSI of thP
i irusi ihai in-fore another' contest nountn
!"'liv"K   l'"1'   lh"   lln' hamplonsbips    ' T|���,',������,��� ���V(M,Ms lo be a ten ,������.���!
you will have been successful in ee��
curing appropriate trophies, it is to
i���- regretted thai the Nanaimo cup is
stiu withheld, <i,a-, failing yea, alter
year, to sei ve the pui pose r,,,  which
ii   was given, and  thai   all  our efforts
Shrinking Menus.
Al  ou,   present   rate    of    reducing
^^^^^^^^^^^s/^fs^ti^sm | menus to meel  Hip lime at our dispo-
.Secvelary-TvPasum-A. O.  lt_W?rt��|Sftlj m n,,, ,,���,ilUv  br,���R���,���  ,���,.,��� w
the diniPiisioiis of those on which the
Frenchman traded his horse. liicht-
,,���== bas ps advantages; btil wheti one
so..= ,,,,i ,,nly the length bul the
breftdth, SO fo say. of our dinners being reduced spnson liy spiisoii, il net
unnafnrally   causes   Rome   anxiety   as
to the ultimate result of this1 cutting
dew,,   process.-  -London   World.
lo   lbe I     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
below the actum value of the propertj ,,,,,,. ,,���,,,,, ,,, i ,.  return of tn<
x map showing I xacl  location  rmedli P,  -bi,n   Is  beld   at
,���',,���,,, .'.'.���',, for   nasi n Oumberland,   With th*. oiwi a_a���,
,���,,l),l',���i ai the City nan and may be nerving   theli   I '     ,M" p"s';,
,.,    a.    anv    .Un-   during   OfflcO   s���������.,.   hav. llttto difficulty   in   ob-,
Catalogues  may also i    i,���: a Junior trophy and sl Id .......
!      H       ,     auliealion   lo   the     Cltj   ������ in li,,- wi   Kiibsbllary assoeu,
,.,,,.'���.,.,' tions wi,b '.ady pom��m cups foi
The   Bale w,.i  take place In    thelth. various armies.
,, ���,���.,, 0hamber, City nail, al I p- m,
on   Friday,  June   1,  1-U6.
Terms or nab-:   Cash,
N-.  ii.  McQUAKftlE,
City Treasurer.
w. w.
Belyea & Co.
General Hauling nnd Delivery.
Heavy  Hauling our specallty.
Wood and Coal
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telephone i..u.
Secretary's Report.
Set relary   10.   M.   Whyte   in   bis   rein,rt,    showed  n  balance in  hand    of
164.60, He itaied thai i1 was ta be
deplored thai the Mainland association. After allowing n protest to
K ��� lo the M. 0, association, had, after
receiving   the   decison   of   the   U,   C.
association, upholding the appeal practically Ignored such decison. He also
Congratulated the association upon fhe
successful start, made ln intermediate
and junior football circles, as upon
the juniors depended the future success of the game in this province.
Change Name.
Acting upon the  suggestion of the
, mn. si for points between Roberi Wil
Hams, the undefeated lightweight
champion of Australia, and iiur Turner, lhe clever colored lightweight
bote) who bas mei ami defeated all
Ihe ge.'d ones  In  his ol&Sg ext-ppl   the
'.,. lop mill ihe, -; Williams realises
thai iu- going up igftlnsi a good man
wi,i,i be meets Turner,   Bo he is iai<
Inn HO ,baii,es In not bfllttg in the pinli
or COhditloti, lie Is working out daily
al Recreation park With B number of
loflal boxers, who are greatly struck
Wit- liis speed and shifty style. Tur-
i-er ls also reported bO be Retting himself Into flue trim, as he has a number ,,r ,,r other important fistic engage
ments In  view and wishes to com,' Up
ai  the large end of the purse on each
The preliminaries also promise t<> be
To "Show Off."
I li-abpih Plutely. black. shiny,
clean, and very religious, lost, her husband by a cave-in Where be was dig-
gittg a cellar, and when the time came
fnr Urn fUnSt-al, She appeared dressed
In deep black, but   with while gloves,
suei, as soldiers weaf.
' W'bv Aunt tiizzi, pi ol "sled, her
mistress, "how did you happen to get
whifp gloves;"
"Don'l   von   s'posp.   Missus,    dat     I
��ants ,ie,u nlggahs to sec ,iat rae gol
on   gloves,"    American   Spectator,
Taught by Experience.
Nellie's brother Tommy was asked
in the kindergarten, by the teacher, if
be could  make a   Maltese cross.
"Do li easy, an' in a minute," was
his  reply.
"How do you make a Maltese cross?
Tell the other children."
"All you got to do is to step on its
tall."���American Spectator.
��� o	
Pope's Condition  Not Serious.
Rome,  May  20.���The Pope    is still
fast and keenly contested, William confined to his bed by rheumatism,
Speck, the Terminal City welterweight j hl��� his physician says that his c.ondi-
champion, and Kid McCallum, who is tlon is reassuring and that there is
virtually recognized as the lightweight absolutely no cause for appreheh-Jon.
champion, ^^^^^^^^^^^s^b,__H
They recently boxed a fast six rounds
contest, which ended iu a draw, and
each Is anxious to get the decision
over the other.
Joe Summers, the middleweight,
champion of the province, will hook up
with a well known local heavyweight.
The pair will  travel six rounds.
Palma Enthroned.
Havana, Cuba., May 20.���President
Palma was inaugurated at noon today
hi the presence of the diplomatic corps
cabinet officers and representative citizens. None of fhe Liberal members
of congress attended.
MONDAY,  MAY 21, 1
Fire Insurance.
Life Insurance.
We have been appointed agents for the Union Assurance Society
of London. England, which has been carrying ,-n fire insurance business
sine- 1714 A. D., and which has a capital and accumulated funds of
*_";<���,< 1,000.
The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance record:
Dec. ".1st. 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force ?60,400.   Prem. $22,954.60
1900 Assurance in force $1,792,500. Premiums $ 62,605.96
1901 "    "    2,554,904.       "    92,029.30
1902 "    "    8,425,897.       "   126,695.21
1903 "    "    4,0811,112.       "   150,644.68
1904 "    "     4,509,754.        "   166,384.20
Real   Estate   Brokers
and Contractors
Columbia   Street.   NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
For Quick Sale
iscner's   Mind   Becomes  Hazy When
the Police Magistrate Questions Him.
A serious charge was made against
���ers this morning in the
polince court by a man named McKay,
who found himself in the dock charge,l
wiih being drunk and disorderly on
- yesterday. Asked by the
magislrate whe;,. he obtained the liquor, he replied thai he could nol remember. Further ques Ions elicited the
Information thai he guessed he    had
itronized pretty nearly all the hotels
and obtained drinks al all of them. His
memory was too tricky to allow him
to remember any particular place, how-
��� ver, and not even the offer of remitting his fine could elicit any definite
The chief of police informed the
curt  that McKay had named one ho-
Tewing  Business Is Active in View of
Approach  of Swift Water
The different lumber mills of the
city are bringing down all available
.logs to tide them over the high ,\ ter
season, and a busy time is the rule al
all the mills just now as a result. The
Royal City Mills are bringing down
from their camps in the Coquitlam district over three million feel of logs,
and in the opinion of the lumber urn,
are among the finest logs hal
have been brought here for a long
The tug Bum. tic arrived'yesterday
lowing a boom for the Brunette Saw
Mills. These logs are also of a very
fine quality, and came from the firm's
lumber camps in the north.
A large boom was also broughl in
last evening for Tate's mill, ami several other mills are also bringing
down booms, so ihai they will have
SUfflcienl mat.rial on hand for the
nexl thirty days, during which time
ihe river may possibly be (lowing loo
swift to allow lh,'in to bring down
their  booms   wilh  safety.
Season's Freshet Is On.
Tii.' heayiesl freshel of ibe season
is running today and the old Fraser is
looking pretty muddy. The waters are
filled with debris washed from the
banks and the current is almost too
swift for the fishermen. Quite a number of fishermen turned out last nigh;
iu anticipation of a good run but gave
Rearrangement of Work for Ministers
and   Missionaries  in   British
r ash Suit
���  Make an early visit to our Ready to Wear Department and  select  v<      *
-   Wash Shirt Waist Suits.    High class styles here at little prices. '   ���
Three good dwelling
houses with outbuildings, garden and fruit
trees, good water,
within three miles of
New Westminster, 1
mile from inter-urban
tram, on the North
Arm Road.
Some of the finest
land in the district.
Don't wait till the
other fellow secures
Call and get particulars.
We make a specialty
of subdividing for the
benefit of homeseekers.
Plenty of small
places in every locality
Apply to
Real   Estate   Brokers,
278  Columbia   Street.
Telephone   170.
We have a personal knowledge of these two properties
and can confidently recommend them to intending settlers.
iei when he was brought in yesterday,   '>.���' '" despair after they had made two
but    tht- man    in the dock remarked  0r   lhree   drifi *   without  results  suffl-
ihai  In- was not in his right mind at
the  time,  being still  under  the influence of the liquor.
McKay   was   fined   $2.50   and   costs,
and ihe brandy bottle found on him at i tains was light and the weather condi-
I tions during the spring season have
will be used as an exhibit against! been favorable, so that the highest wa-
hotel   proprietor,  should  the  evi-  ter wll] Probably be rather below the
dent to make it worth while.
There appears to he no danger however of any damage from high water
this year. The snowfall in The moun-
average of normal years.
the time of his arrest was confiscated,
dence  against him be strong enough
to warrant a prosecution.
American  Consul Assassinated.
Batoum,   May   21.���Wm.   H.   Stuart,
the American vice consul was shot and  having helped wonderfully to develop
killed at his country place last night..  tll(' Plants, and  runners are shooting
The assassins escaped.
.Mr. Stuart was a liritish subject and
one  of the  largest  ship  brokers  and
During the rev-
Good  Strawberry Crop.
The strawberry crop is looking particularly fine this year, the recent rain
out in all directions.
Miner Admires McQuarrle.
exporters of Batoum. During the rev- ,\. L. McQuarrie, the C. P. R. mail
olutionary troubles of last fall his life clerk, who is one of the chief witness-
was many times threatened by long- en in the trial of the men arrested
shoremen, and' at. Christmas a depu- for the recent holdup on the C. P. R.
i;,iion visited his office and practical- line returned to the city on Saturday
Ifly compelled him to give them $1,600 j night, and spent Sunday here. Mr. Meander the guise of a holiday gratuity Quarrie positively identifies Bill Miner
for dock laborers. He was 49 years! as the man who held the revolver to
���, age and had filled tlie position of I his head and requested him to strike
American vice-consul for about two. an attitude with his hands elevated
years. (over his head. Mr. McQuarrie is con-
 o  siderably gratified at Bill  .Miner's ap-
German Idea of Peace. preciation of his coolness on the occa-
Hamburg, May 20.���The German na- sion when Pill had the pleasure of
vai league at a meeting here today d,- meeting him without the formality of
elded to send a telegram to Emperor' an introduction. Appreciation" from a
William calling upon bim lo see that: man of Bill Miner's standing is a testi-
additions are made to the German j monial that very few men have been
army and navy, the increase being jus- able to claim, and he does not. seem to
liliable as the best guarantee of peace.! be at all annoyed at Mr. McQuarrie be-
 o��������� cause  the  hitler  was too  smart    for
New York Painters Strike. I him, and tricked him out of some $35,-
New   York,   May   21,-Strike    head- 00�� or *40.000-
quarters have  been established  at   1hej ��
American theatre hall for the members Returns from Northern Camp.
oi the Brotherhood of Painters who go The steam tug Magnet came in on
on strike today for the new wage sche- Saturday from a trip to Greenway
dub-  of  $1  a   day,  for  plain  painters: Sound which is about  150 miles north.
and $4.50 a day for decorators.
(> roomed house and good lot  in  nice  sit-
���uation,   chicken  house,   etc,    Price  only
$650.    For quick sale only.
��r>l|rn     fix       Last End residence, 6 rooms,   bath,   elec-
AUIlLu     j | .""trie lighl, good   situation   and   convenient
to business section.    $1150.
(i roomed cottage, close to Agnes Street
���in East End, practically new house, modern in every particular. Large lot, beautiful situation, fruit, etc. Price $1800.
Very easy terms.
6 roomed  dwelling,   electric  light,   bath,
���central   location   and  good  view;  stable.
Price   $1600   with    exceptionally    easy
F. J. Hart & Co.
The object  of lhe trip was lo lake    a
party ot ten Norwegians u, Greenway
; where they have opened up a new logging camp which they ar,- running on
the partnership principal. Tbey purchased a good heavy supply ,,r provisions in ibis city and took with
them io iheir camp, donkey engines
ami a complete camping ami logging
mil fit. They have secured a very prom-
1 ising limber limit and will be a king
iim,-  in  exhausting iis resources.
Visitor From Glasgow.
���lames Kerr, of Glasgow, arrived in
Ihe city today. Mr. Kerr has been away
from liis Scottish home for about six
weeks. He came to B. C. on a tour byway of the United States and proposes
returning through the Rockies via the
C. P. R. Mr. Kerr is an enthusiast on
Boys' Brigade work, and was connected wiib tbe movement in Scotland
since its inception in Glasgow in the
y,ar L883. lie has now in the regiment,
the 93rd Glasgow, of which he is captain, the sons of the boys h,- trained
twenty-three years ago. During thai
lime from a small beginning Captain
Kerr has seen the Glasgow brigades
grow to a force or G,r,0() strong. In the
United Kingdom, the boys' brigades
now number 50,000, while In the United Kingdom, Canada and the U. S. A.,
they  boast  a  membership of  1411,00(1.
J Mr. Kerr regretted very much that he
; had arrived In the west too late to witness Hie drilling competition on May
Day. He expresses himself a.s delighted with the west, and will take back
I a very favorable report of the country
and its prospects to his home on the
other side of the Atlantic.
Following is the Bnal drafi of stations determined upon by the Methodist conference which concluded iis
sessions in Victoria on Saturday last:
I.���Victoria   District.
Victoria (Metropolitan)���Go. K. B.
Adams, George VV. Dean superannuated. J. P. Hicks left without an appointment, at liis own request.
Victoria (Centennial)���Samuel ,1.
Victoria (Victoria West)���Arthur E.:
Roberts,  chaplain  to  H.  M.  forces at
Victoria (.lames Bay)���AV, E. Dunham.     Wm.   Sheridan   superannuated.
Victoria (Chinese mission)���One to
h" Bent.
Victoria (Japanese mission)���One to
be sen'.
Nanaimo (Wallace Street)���John
Robson, B. A.
Nanaimo (Haliburton Street)���R, l!
Nanaimo (Chinese mission)���On-' to
be _ent.
Saanich (Sidney, B. Ci��� J. A. Wood.
Cowichan���To  be snpplied.
Salt Sluing Island���Thos. Key-
worih, under superintendent of Wallace street.
Ladysmlth and Extension���William
S. Schllchter.
Cumberland���It. ,J. Mclntyre.
Cumberland (Japanese mission)���
L'kichi Oyama, under superintendent
oi Cumberland. Fred S. Okell and
Charles F. Connor to attend college.
.1. Wesley Miller, B. A., to attend college.
II.���Vancouver   District.
Vancouver (Wesley church)���Walter
E. Prescott, B. A., 657 Burrard street.
Chas. Ladner superannuated.
Vancouver (Princess Street)���A. M.
Sanford, B. A., B. D., 474 Princess
street.    James Turner superannuated.
Vancouver (Mount Pleasant)���Albert E. Hetherington, B. A. B. D. Ebe-
nezer Robson, D. D., superintendent,
Jos. Hall.
Vancouver (Sixth Avenue)���James
Hicks. Alfred E. Green left without a
station at his own request.
Vancouver (Chinese mission)���One
lo be sent.
Vancouver (Chinese mission)���Goto
Kaburagi, M. A., Ph.D.    Steveston to
1 be supplied.
Vancouver (Scandinavian mission)
���Christian N. Hague.
South  Vancouver���T. C. T.
Richmond���Thomas W. Hall (Eburne).
Maple Ridge���W. Gordon Tanner, B.
A.  (Port Hammond I.
Mission City and Agassiz���James
Calvert and supply,
Duncan Creek���To be supplied.
Klondike���J. A. Seymour.
Atlln���One wanted.
Howe Sound���To be supplied (C.
B.I, under superintendent of Princess
III.���Westminster District.
New West minster (Queen's Avenue)
���William H. Barraclough, B. A. Wil-
ford J. Sipprell, B. A. B. D., principal
of Columbian college, by permission of
conference. James H. White, D. D., local sperintendent of missions. Thos. D.
Pearson, John P. Bowell, superannuated.
New Westminster (West End)���Albert J. Brace.
New Westminster (Sapperton)���To
be supplied.
New Westminster (Chinese mission)
���One to be sent  (T. C. T.)
Sapperton (Japanese mission)���To
be  sui,plied.
Ladner���John F. Belts.
Chilliwack���R,   Forbes   Slillnian.
Langley���Roberi Wilkinson,
Cloverdale���Chas, l-l. Butgold, under
superintendent  of  Langley,
Sumas���R,  II. 0.
CbSam���Thomas  Green, BJ Au B. D.
Upper Sumas���Henry Wilson. Members in British Columbia nol elsewhere enrolled, local superintendent
of mission. Ceo. II. Morden, left
without a station at his own request,
to attend C. M. college. E. W. Staple-
ford, B. A., left wil boul a station.
J. .1. Nixon, to attend college.
IV.���Kamloops   District.
Kamloops���S. Stanley Osterhout,
j Ph. D. James Turner, superannuated.
Kamloops (Chinese mission)���To be
Thompson River���One fo be sent (C.
S.), under superintendent of Kamloops.
Nicola (Nicola Lake)���T, II. Wright.
Salmon Arm���John S. Pye.
Revc-lstoke���Chas. H. M. Sutherland.
Trout  Lake City���David W. Scott.
Golden���Pre,] L. Carpenter.
Cariboo���To be supplied.
Ashcroft���Allan   K.  Sharp.
Lillooet���To be supplied.    F. Albert
MaGee lefl   without a station at  his
1 own request.
V.���Okanagan District.
Enderby���Arthur N. Miller.
Vernon���John   II.  Wright.
12 Piece Suits at $3, $3.50,$3.75T$4.50and$51
These low prices are a slight indication of the extraordinary   vai
J are offering this week.
'- ���
White Valley ami Okanagan���E. D.
Kelowna���Andrew  Henderson.
Summerland and Pentlcton���B. i 1--,1
ley Balderson, B. A.
Ileilley���It.   W.   Hibbert,  M.  A.
Keremeos���To be supplied.
VI.���West   Kootenay   District.
Nelson���R.   N.   Powell.
Vniir���One wanted.
Kaslo���Samuel J. Green.
Poplar���To be sil],plied.
Sandon���(F. L. C.)
New Denver���To be supplied.
Slocan   City���To   be   supplied.
Rossland���John D. I'. Knox,
Trail���Joseph   W.   Winslow.
Grand Forks���Elihu Manuel.
Greenwood-  Henry  S.   Hastings,
IM,,,,nix   Chas, w. Whittaker. i
Scandinavian    Mission���To be    supplied.     Waller   W.   Baer  lefl   without j
a station.
VII.���East   Kootenay   District.
Cranbrook���James  P.  Westiman,
Movie���Thomas Somerbutts, under
superintendent of Cranbrook.
Kimbei'ley���Wm. Vance, under superintendent of Cranbrook.
Fernie���W.   L.   Hall,  B.  A.,  B.  D.
Morrissey���To be supplied.
Michel���Geo. R. B. Kinney.
Coal Creek-���One to sent (G. B. R.i.
under  superintendent   of  Fernie.
Elko���To be supplied, under superintendent of Cranbrook. R. E. S. Taylor
to attend C. M. college. T. C. Col-
well, A. E. (Marshall and It. E. Collis
to attend Victoria college. Daniel M.
Perley, at college.
VIII.���Indian District.
Naas River���One to be sent.
Port Simpson���G. H. Raley, by permission of Montreal conference.
Skidegate, Q. C���Frank W. Hardy,
B.  A.   (G.  M.   college).
Port Essington���Barnabas C. Freeman.
Kltzelas���Native agent (S. E.), under superintendence of chairman.
Kiizegulca���George Edgar.
Hazelton���Horace C. 'Winch M. D.
C   M.  college), medical  missionary.
Kishpiax���William H. Pierce.
Hartley Bay���Missionary teacher
(G. R.) under superintendence of
Kitamaat���George H.  Raley.
Kitlope���Native agent (G. L.), under
superintendence of chairman.
China Hat���Native agent (G. L.),
under superintendence of chairman.
Kimsquit���To be supplied by native
agent, under superintendence of chairman.
Bella Coola���John C. Spencer, M. D.
Bella Bella���Richard W. Large, M.
D  (C. M. college), medical missionary.
Rivers Inlet���Missionary teacher (H.
W. W. B.I, under superintendence of
Cape Mudg,���Missionary teacher CI.
E IM, under superintendence of chairman.
Lower Fraser���i nomas Crosbyl Sard-
is),   Native  agent   (('apt.  J.I
Nanaimo���Missionary teacher ( W. .1.
K.), under superintendence of chairman.
Cowichan Tribes���Charles M. Tale
Vieloria���Lay agent (W. II. G.I, Under superintendence of chairman.
Niinai ��� Misionary    teacher   (C.    A.
I).), under superintendence of chairman.
Clayoquol���Roberi Whittington, M, A.,
D. D., chairman of Indian district, to
reside in Vancouver. W. J. Sion-' left
wlthoul an appointment at his own request,
Big  Ship for Lakes.
Detroit,  Mich.,  May  21.���At   a  banquet af lh,- Detroit club last nighl, fob
Not as Good As Any, but
Makes House-Cleaning a Pleasure
It cleans silks, satins, laces, curtains and ribbons without injury to
the fabric. Once tried always used for cleaning carpets, rugs; upholstered furniture, clothes, dr,
goods, anrl for the ordinary wasli
it has no equal. It works wonders
on Woodwork, oilcloth, linoleum,
etc., when used according to directions.
Anderson & Lusby
For a
Few Days
Nice house, ready
for occupation. Good
situation on Third
Ave and Tram Line.
Corner lot, house,
furniture, garden
and fruit trees, all
to be sold for $1600,
on easy terms.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance'&'Real Estate
Agents.        Tel. 106. Columbia St.
2nd and 3rd"Avcnue Burn-
aby, Near City Limits,
Close to City Tram,
A. E. WHITE, 260 Columbia St.
Telcphone8 5.
lowing tho launching of the steamer
Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, J. (.'. WW'
lace, president of lhe American Shipbuilding company in reply to ., toast
mad,- iiu- statement thai within iln'1'1'
or four monihs lbe companj would
contracl to build a Bteamer tor the
great  lakes  from  640  lo  645  feel
length   over  all.   He  did   noi   say
would order the vessel. This gigantic
ship, said Mr. Wallace, will be 625 feel
keel. II will carry 14,000 tons of iron
on a draft of 10   fed.   Several steam
era 600 feel In length an- now
ing and the the first one, the J. P'er"
pout Morgan, will go into commission
within a few weeks,
Electric Railway Service
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
in. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service rrom
C.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���NO transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and 7.
30 Minute Service during remainder of day. Transfer at
Leopold Biace.
Sunday   Service  half-hourly between  8  a. ni.  and  10 p. ni.
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���lb Minute Service, except between  li! a'1"
2, and 5 and V, (luring wnicn
hours    the    service   win
Sunday Service hair-nouriy between 8 a. m. and 11 P- m-
I British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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