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VOLUME 1, NTJM    'il 7-
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., 'Iii! RSDAY MORNINfi, MAY 31, 1906.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
JURY WRANGLES
OVER EVIDENCE
Fails to Agree on   Guill of   Alleged   Train   Robbers
Trial At Kamloops    Seven Stand for Conviction    and   Five   for
Acquittal.
on
wrangling for-our hours ovei   produced  in court, which were taken
enc,  In the case againsl the al- off the prisonei  ai his request. He recognized a red and black handkerchie
at  thai  produced  bj   the mounted po
lice as pari oi the prison.       , ffects.
-Mr. McLean    Whal  would  yon si
diet   Sevan of the Jurors were aboul Dunn'i  ;,<���,,,,  ���
ttviction and five for acquittal. ,,     ,.
-"���     Hus.-,,        (p.   was   Blightly   Eng-
Tb,  in",  asked the <'<��"'; tor further i^u iiuii oould have h,vl] ;    Q
i ion   ou   some   points   of   ,-vi-  a Cockney,
lenc, a   to the Identltj ot ibe prison-     Cross-examined
train  nil,iei'.-  the  jury  a;   Kan
returned to coun al   10 o'clocli
nighl  and announced  to Justice
ilnn they were unable i,, agree
.  del     b '   had become eon
Th,   information  was given, ana
by   .Mr.   Mae!,,
He would in,-   ne certain thai  the a<
,vas  Cockney,   He  earn,    to  Kan
untl]  the nexl  assize court
The  trial  of  Dunn,  on,-  of  the
,   [TeLi, and 111' 10 ihe latest    ,on
1 "' '    tne requ, i     o   th,   gov,
11]  trying    o reach ai   h__,Iii_
lent, ,,
Continuing, Mr. Hussej said b
n    '   '   :i     '    tha1   ���"" ��   '    n,��� employed Amerl,
'     'bed.   1.1    wioea   ,,. ,,v     3e&y
1 of  Uh-  prisoners  wil!   he   ,,,������    ;l;   fa ,   had
no private conve ���   ��� n,
houghi Si   v, '   hail gpn<  li
who   is   also     charged   Hon   of   Quitch;,,,.    IK-   wenl    ,
"    :   toten1 t0 kil:' vv;:i  joined  ttle mounted   polic    a
��� i with ihis morning.
Mr, Maclntrye    Did    thc p i
fuse to 'd the prisoners ?
Mr. Hu Fes;       Ro
"Did you lia'.e the pi isonen   photo
graphed i I  the jail?"
"Yes."
"W'hai    In   the   name    if
-������ was that  for?"
"II   was  par;   of  my  business."
Conl 1 is said the only-
local photographer had been previous-
WINS SWEEPSTAKE
Edward Whyman, an employee at the B. C. E. R.
car shops yesterday received the happy tidings that
he had won the big prize in the Derby sweepstake
held at the Horseshoe hotel, Vancouver. A few days
ago, Mr. Whyman speculated a dollar on the chance
of getting something out of the lottery sweep, drawing Spearmint the winner of the Blue Ribbon turf,
and this dollar has netted to him the biggest interest
of any money he ever invested in his life. While the
exact figures were not knowm last night, it is thought
that his share of the sweep will be something over a
thousand dollars, as he gets forty per cent of the total amount realized by the sale of tickets. Mr. Mcdonald, of Seattle, drew the ticket on Picton, the
second horse, and F. Calder, of Keefer street, Vancouver gets third with the ticket drawing Troutbeck.
Mr. Whyman is still quite a young man, and the
sum of money so easily realized will give him a good
start in life, and may possibly be the first step on
the road to wealth. Mr. Whyman, who lives with
his parents at the cornet of Fifth avenue and Sixth
street, was the recipient of many congratulations
from his friends last night on the occasion of his
good fortune. He is well known in this city, having
lived here all his life.
IGNORES DEMANDS
OF LOWER HOUSE
Government of Russia Again Falls Under  the   Influence
of the People's Oppressors and War Is   Declared    on    the   Social
Revolutionists.
Kaniloops,  Maj   3l.- -Todaj   me
SCl a-'-    In   '���'��� : to   Kane
will be a famous trial. The c
.   i.  nearly    half the
1 e .
bad  taken  his
.-��, I    bench, Mr. Maclntyr,
to mal ���, i ion to the continu-
and        whal   be  claimed  was nol   a
ll,  read an affidavit ei  I
lag to  his encounter wiih  )     , ; L,lt,(,i   by   ��� hv  ProvilK.P,  am]   hl
Wai    -   Keih   of San Qin-ntin, a.  the  was   obllged   I(,   ,,,,   ,,P,missiori   ,���,,������
hi   coun  house. Superinteii   the representative of that paper befor,
".   was pres, in. and tl    was  ,,���.   ,)ll01,)H   W( ,v   ,.|ken_
ihe  intern ion  of ihe crown ftQSSeyi    continuing,    said he    had
he identity of Miner on K,l- -���,,.,;   ,.,-   Kl>,,v   coming  u���     H.  had
entity 'he old man posi- .   ,..,.. ,   ���,,     -.; ,,  |��� ,.���, )W-Cv, ���i
"i-                                _ jail.    Tin-   witness   said   he  k*p1   the
Counsel then submitted a motion tor prist ners  separate and guarded th ���<:
St, Pet, rshurg, May 30.���Despite the
Interpellation to ih< emperor adopted
by ibe lower hous, yesterday, in regard io Mi,, provocative "Black Hun
dred" telgrams, the official messenger
todaj published Beveral col,nun
againsl extending amnesty to "iraii-
oi's." bin asking for the pardon of
those who par Icipi ��� d in the anti-
Jewish outrages and generally pro-
tea 'a hal I he lower house does m,I
represent the real voice of the Rus-
Bian pop!,,. This, taken in connec
tion wiii, he execution of the elghl
r olutionl al Riga, while iln in
lation on the subjecl was pend
ing. i;- Interpreted as b, ine a studied
effort ea the pari or the governmenl
io Ignore the demands of parliament.
The manner in which the policy of
the g,       ��� '      I', shifl     from
day lo day, could  noi   b,   better illus-
: than by the sudden decision to
irOS, elite    ihe   leaders   of   ihe   recent
meeting   of   Social   Revolutionists  ai
which a  revolutionary resolution was
adopted.
For a fortnight 'be organs ol' the
Social Revolutionists have been allowed to print reports of meetings but
now ibe pul,Heal ion has been Stopped
and Governor General Doubassoff of
.Moscow, and other governors general
hav,. Issued proclamations in ihe emperor's name, warning ih, Inhabitants
thai  revolutionary movements will be
suppressed   al  all   cosl.
The partisans of autonomy  for the
Tader   provinces   in   the   lower   house
of  parliament,  si\iy  in  number have
,.'���������,ni/,-d   a   league  and   hav,-   pi, dged
lelveg to support    a  programme
calling for territorial Integrltj of Russia   and   ih,-   self-governm nl   of   the
.,..,r .
 o	
Floods   in   Oregon.
Pendleton, Or.. May 30.���A third of
the  people  of Pendleton   are  temporarily homeless, having been driven from
their homes hy flood.
Probable Purchasers
Keep Treasurer Busy
a;.  The jury was composes of       a  ,,f  the  town  who had
the ;rial, wh,, bad seen ESI-
eeaiise lie   bad   heard   rumors   of
rescue on the streets,   11   had charge
-���!' the accused   since Hi, ir arrival  at
escribed as Min,:' in th,- Pro- the ja.il. Ile allowed a young man who
���    er.    ami be    sal,milted represented   himself   as   a   friend
sh   ild  be dtecharg , olquhoun in bis boyhood to conv,
th,   bench was interrupting, with the lattei a: the jail.   There had
ni. about  to reply, said he been m, a;:,'1111,1  lo gel  a  confession.
could .       ���    n,a- an;,   good could be      \-  the eel of ihe cro      i   mination
tone bj postponement. The articles in Mr,   McLean   stated  that   this  w, 1
would  nol  influence    the end  th    cas,   for the Crown, and ih,
1 Tared,    ln regard to   the adjournment    for   lunch was   taken.
������            ident,    the    proper    course      When couri resumed after lunch At-
:,,    have    the     warden torney   Mclntj-re  stated   thai   the  d,
Applications for the catalogues describing the lots to be offered for sale
by the city tomorrow afiernoon still
continue to come tn thick and
Capitalists from Vancouver, Chilliwack, Ladner, Surrey, Millside; in
fact, from all ih,  surrounding country
daily making personal inquirie
the city hal!, ami Ciiy Treasurer McQuarrie is busy all day long making
lightning calculations as to the probable prices th,; certain favored lots
will  bring.    Tl map jusl  insid,
iho doorway I li     from view al
AGED MAN SIMMS
BY HiS WIFE'S GRAVE
ALFONSO PROVIDES
FOR PRINCESS ENA
Leaves Pathetic Letter and Asks That! Future Queen of Spain Will Have Cash
,i iy long by an anxious group of men
who are only 100 willing to put their
money    inlo  Xew   Westminster    real
tte, and there is no doubt that
when   iii, '   :        I ap  his fit-
tie hammer and proceeds to knock
down ihe goods on Friday afternoon,
h<; will find the council chamber filled
to overflowing with men anxious to
buy ihe lots offered. There is no
doubl thai the Bale will be a brisk
several have signified
Intention to bay in blocks and
eel .   and   ih< i\   will   be  no
���   los   waiting f, ���   the nexl  bid.
No Tears Be Shed for
Him.
SELES HIS INTEREST        BRIDGE IS BLOWN OP
IN THE DEPOT HOTEL      FOR SAFETY OF TOWN
�� ith  the 1 ourse of
Mr.   Ma, Intyre  bad   a   case.
is,   the application  for
���a:.    Mr.  Maclntyre declln-
-. ami the trial proceeded.
Mr.  UcQuarrie, the mail clerk, was
I, 1 an 1 , viiniiied aboul his
the description and fi1 ol
the   man  in  the ear.     Mil
was Stood  before the Jury and
towi 1 how lax lhe cal was.
'oral   Stewart   was   then   called
d :,, the events leading up
1 'he am St  He described and idenli-
arms  taken    from  "Shorty."
Hie effects of the prisoners were hand-
'  :"   Sup, rintemleiit    llussev   al   the
Jail.
lease v.e.,i i offer no , \ Id, noe.
Deputy Attorney-General McLean,
who addressed the jury on behalf of
the prosecution commenced his speech
of one hour by complimenting the
R, X. W. M. P.. who lie claimed were
constables with authority In any
province of Canada. He referred to
the Calgary detachmenl as thai "gallant little band who SO nobly mail,
the arresl."
Step by step Mr, McLean showed
thai the prisoners were in the vicinity
,,f Duck's station for a weel? or ten
frays previous (to the hold-up. Hi
spoke especially of the positive Identification of Colquohoun by Engineer
Tallin and of Edwards by Mail Clerk
McQuarrle.   They were further ldenti
O.     Bilodeau   Disposes     of     Half   Dynamite  !s  Used  to Destroy  Blazing
Share   in   Property   tc   J.   M. Structure Over the Kennebec
Wise.
River.
rr"     ���  mined  by    Mr.  Maclntyr
"'' !"'i no warranl and did nol know  gea- _y articles taken from the looted
"ll" In  ih,-  party.  Sergeant  Shoe- marj  car and   found  on  them al  the
"'"in a   0 related bow the prisoners nm,- of iheir arrest.   Special attention
��� capl ired, and a severe cross-ex-  waa paid to the tracking of the men
ani'natlon bj   counsel for the defence llV Constable  Fernie and  the Indians
Icil any new evidence.
ti inleiii    llussev     was   then
���   In answer to Mr.  McLean he
Bttl(' l!<' was ai the jail, when the prls-
were  broughl   In.    Hoots were
Ignace     and   Michaels.     The   peculiar
marks     found   on   the   hunts     of   the
prisoners  enabled   Pernio   and   bis  as
(Continued on  Tag,-  Blight.)
An importanl deal was put through
yesterday' when 1'. o. Bilodeau sold
oul a half share iu the Depol Hotel
to ,l. M. Wise, who has been his partner for the lasi ten years. The par
ties Interested In the sale do not mention the figure al which the property
changed banes, bin ii is understo id
to be a handsome one. Mr. Wis,, will
continue the managemenl of the Depot
as in the pasl. while Mr. Mil,,,lean has
noi yel decided whal he will engage
in in the future, though li is probable
thai he will again enter the hotel
business. For the lasi twenty-eighl
years he has conducted hotels In New
Westminster, and also al Yale. Hast-
Ings, ami sev, ral ol bei places, He
built the Cosmopolitan Hotel naming
ii the Depot, bul as there was son,"
difficulty in obtaining a license, he
sold ii to Mr. McDonald, the presenl
proprietor. Mi. Bllodeau then purchased ibe property which he disposed
,,f today, and renamed ii the Di poi
Hotel.
Dlson, Main, Mat 30. lo save the
lawn from the flames, dynamite was
us I ti day to destroj the Madison end
of ib, covered wooden bridge of the
ei-sel railway station between this
town and Anson which caught from a
spark from a passing locomotive. The
bridge which was 600 feel long spanned  the  Kennebec river.
MICHAEL DA VITT DEAD
Dublin, May 30.- Michael Davitt died at midnight.
The hospital where the father of the Land
League lav was besieged by anxious callers all day
|ong. John Redmond, leader of the Irish Nationalist party was a frequent enquirer by telephone from
the House of Commons and postponed his continental trip planned for the Whitsuntide holidays in consequence of the critical condition of his friend.
About eleven o'clock last night Mr. Davitt ra -
lied in a remarkable manner and was able to speak
t(> those at his bedside. He became quite cheerful,
1)l>Ugain collapsed and sank slowly till midnight
when the end eame.
Good  Crop  in  Corea.
Tokio, May 30.   'I'be members if   he
bouse   of representatives   who have
been visit ing Cores lo study the cot-
ion prospects, have broughl back a
hopeful report, They think lhal al a
moderate estimate the crop ought to
he worth $10,(1110,1,nl, annually. Japan
now imports yearly from India and
elsewhere 186,000,000 worth of cotton
which will probably be largely replaced by Corean cotton should this
estimate be correct,
Berwind  Keeps Silence.
Paris, May 30. Edward .1. Berwind,
presldenl of the Berwind-White Coal
Mining company, sailed for New York
today from Cherbourg on the steamer
Kaiser Wilhelni der Grosse. He reso-
' rely declined to make any statement
regarding the testimony given at the
recent inter-state commerce hearing in
Philadelphia.
Forgers  Sentenced.
London. May 30.��� Al the bid Bailey
today Harry Samuel Simons and
franklin Everhart, charged with conspiring to obtain large sums of money
by fraud, wer, found guilty. Simmons
was sentenced to two years lmprtson-
 I   al   hard   lal,or  and   BVerhafl   to
eighteen months bard labor. Simons
and Everhai I were charged with forging shares and eerl ilieales in connection with \aNka, Oklohoma, Cripple
Creek ami Manitoba mining companies.
Simons said lie was from Illinois and
Bverharl from Pennsylvania.
, 0	
Fernie   By-Law  Defeated.
Fernie,   B.   C.   May   no.--- lhe   vol ina
,,n the water bylaw yesterday resulted
as follows: For the by-law 82, against
83, Tin- proposition was thus defeated.
Thirty seven persons voted on town
lots recently transferred to them. Bach
individual was sworn before he was
. Mowed in vote.
On Monday evening S. Herehiner,
ittorney, and .lames McF.voy, bun!
commissioner for the coal company,
appeared before the court of revision
and objected lo the valuation placed
upon the company's lots, but they were
not allowed a hearing on the ground
that other parties had sworn ihat they
were the registered owners, thus shut-
iing the coal company out of the case.
Troy,    X.  Y..  .May  30.���Andrew    .1.
, of Freepoia,  L.  l., committed
ulcide   on   his   wife s   grave,   in   the
Oakwood  Cemetery,   in   this  city,  by
shooting.    Mr. Smart wa.s at one time
a   papei     . m ifa, :���,,���,_.,��� \n  Kiind   bake,
Rensselaer  county,   bin   he  had  lived
in Freepon  tor a number of years. He
came  here  to  visil   his  brother.    He
gave  n,,  Intimation  of his  Intention.
H,   had grieved deeply over the death
of  his  wife  and   son.
\ .- tors   10  ilie  ," net, 1 ���   saw  him
iding 1 eslde the grave of his wife
as   if  in   , aria -       . ��� 1 , Ten   for  a   long
tIih-.    When  the  cemetery   empl  \
were leaving the grounds, at  twenty-
five minutes to 6 o'clock, the report
Even  Should  She Become a
Widow.
London, May 30.���Under the marriage treaty signed here May 7 and
Issued in the form of a parliamentary
paper today. King Alfonso engages to
secure to Pricess Victoria, as Princess
1-lna is now known in Spain, an annual
pul,lie grant of $00,00,1 while he is alive
and  In  the  event  of her  widowhood
$50, 1 annually while she remains n
widow, A private Bettlemenl is also
made  bin   the amounl  is nol   staled.
The princess forfeits forever all
hereditary rights of succession to tho
crown of Great Britain.
Boy   Commits   Suicide.
Seattle, May 30.   Claude    Newman..
of a pistol was heard, but no heed wai  13-years-old,  while at  play  yesterday
paid to it, for the sound of the hun- shot and killed himself.   He was play-
guna iu the surrounding woods is
frequently  heard.
A letter on the grave said:
"Vou ask me why.   Old, weary, slef
and alone.    I go to my rest, to lay me
down by all thai is mortal Of my dear
wife and son.    I am in the world, bul
1101  of the world.    I  am of the pasl
generation. My usefulness is at an end.
Shed  no  tears for me.    1  shall  resl
quietly here.    I can assure you 1 have'horn,
tried, to the best of my ability, to live
an upright, honorable life. 1 have tried,
to do my duty as I  have seen and till !
derstood    It.    1   have  ever  tried    to|
brighten the lives of others and shed
ail   the   happiness   I   could   over   th.
lives   of   thus,     abOUl    111''.
"Being    now  in  the    seventy-ninth
year of bay age, by the laws of nature,
i he end could not be far in the future,
hence 1 anticipate II bul little In time. -
1 would have you think and know thai
1 am in the full possession of my p,n
era] faculties. This acl is bul the
logical resull of my condition. I have
always had a dread of living unlil m.\
menial  faculties fail, and  I  sin,uld  tall
Into seen,1,1 childhood.
"This is no sudden res,,Ive of*!llllie;
I have contemplated it ever since the
death of my eon, In 1896. 1 write
this  calmly  and   without   excitement,'
With   the   full   appreciation   of   what   1
1111   doing.
"As the springtime of my life Is
pas', my sum,11,-r ended and the closing
Season, the Winter Of age, is falling
heavily upon me. I go to my resl.
Fare w,ll.
"A.   3,   SMART."
ing thai he was going to comniii
suicide, and told his companions,
"Nobody cares for me." He ihen placed
a revolver 10 his head with his tinge-'
on the 1 rigger. There was a flash, an
explosion and a cloud of smoke
iln- top of the boy's head was blown
off. He died instantly. His pa,
who Wei'e at work downtown, did Mot
hear of the tragedy until they reachod
I'be  mother was prostrated.
SUMMERLAND MAN     .
COMMITS SUICIDE
Becomes Despondent at Duluth. Minn.
and   Ends   Life   Witri   a
Bullet.
Duluth.   Minn.,   May   30.���C,   W.   C.
Young, of Summerland, H. c. committed suicide yesterday by shooting. 11 is
1 In,nglit     that   despondency     resulting
from business troubles led to the
tragedy. H,- was 50 years old and was
for len years cashier of the Rat Port-
age Lumber company ai Kenora, (int.
Lasi February he resigned because of
lad health and engaged in lhe real
(-slate bUSiheSa here. Il is said that
$5,000 would have covered his obligations,
Reuben   J.   Taylor   Dead.
NeW York, May 110.���Reuben ,1. Taylor, superintendent of the Continental
Fire Insurance company, died tonighl.
Torpedo Boats Collide.
Plymouth, England, May :!0.���During practice manoeuvres today the tor.
pel,, boats numbers 108 and Sl collided
in the channel off this porl and both
w.re badly damaged.
TWENTY TWO DROWNED
Concepcion, Chili, May[30.���The British ship
Lismore, Captain Cowell, from Melbourne April 21
for Coronel has been wrecked at Santa Maria.
Twenty-two of the crew were drowned including
all the officers except the first mate who with three
members of the crew landed at Ilico.
���i
i THE DAILY NEWS
1806,
BRITISH BATTLESHIP        WANTS MEN TO LIVE
GOES ASHORE IN FOG       TO THE AGE OF ISO
One    of the    Finest  of the    Channel   Notable Woman  of the  United  SI
Fleet Is Badly Writes on   Aristocracy  of
Damaged. Health.
Bristol, England, Maj 30.   The Brit- Mrs. J.  B. Henderson, wife ol    the
ish battleship   Montague of   fou lator from Missouri, who has
thousand  tons, and  belonging to Uie achieved  some notoriety  by dumping
Channel   fleet,  went   a hore  during   a numberless gallons  of  One old wines
dense   fog   ibis   morning   on     Shutter lnto   the     gutters   of   Washington
Point, Lundy Island,      the entrance to cause she has come to    believe   thatj
the Bristol Channel,   sin- is in a bad liquor is a curse, has written a book
���   [tjon# called   "The   Aristocracy   of  Health."
The Montague struck on a granite  Here  are   io ��f  the
cone southwesl of Lundj Island known Ba
as Shutter Poinl, at 2:10 o'clock this
,1.
in it:
"Th,   human rai
ls l!
'he human
morning, and remained on the rocks! race -s anaemic, and the world, whieh
with a bad hole In her bottom.   The [3 a paradise, but  by man converted
into a  hospital, is seen and    judged
through the eyes of the invalid.
Ami let us also observe that in the
Montague is a first-class steel batUe
ship.    She was launched  in 1903, cost!
iboul   J5.250.000 and carried a crew of
seven  hundred  and  fifty  officers  and
men,
Plymouth,   England, May   30.   The
latest  news of the Montague de, p, as
of the disaster.   The vast
: ol torn  rend, r 11  doubtful svheth, ������ she can be r, floated,   Her
c,\ w 1 een   transferred   to  other
ships.
 o���	
St.
MITCHEtL-BURR.
'.nil's    Reformed       Epls, ipa
di ��� I allzal lon and decad, nee of the
People of the Basi and later of Greece
and Kome, they did nol know in theli
wildest revels anything stronger than
wine. II lias remained for later gen-
, :. Ions io add to I be Hsl of human
d, royers spirituous liquors, opium,
t, icco, tea, coffee an I a bosl of ol bi r
favorite poisons,
"Could our   beloved coun, ry   estab-
.   ��� an a 11 tocracj  of heall b 11 could
claim royal insignia worthy    the   Immortal gods.
"Man  Is  the onl.,'  animal  ill..;  lose.-,
half his progeny   in early   youth;   in-
��� il. nature's avenger of physical sins j
destroys  a  third  of the  human  race
Church was lip. se, ne of a very pretty
wedding last   evening when the  Reverend   J.   A.   Seymour   united  in   th,
bonds  of  holy   matrimony   Henry  A,
Mitchell, of Ladner, and Miss Alice M.  before thc anniversary of Its first birth-:
Burr, daughter of Mr. Benjamin Burr,  day, and the average human life is hut.
of Columbia street, New Westminster,  thirty-three years of more or less phy-
The church was beautifully decorated  sical imperfection. Is it not a sad con-i
for the occasion with flowers and ever- templatlon?
greens, A choir composed of the lady "If a man can live 150 years under
friends of tin, bride was present, and favoring hygienic conditions, the phy-
heralded the arrival of the wedding siological law is established that oth-
party with singing. ers under the same   favorable   condi-
The bride, who was given away bj   tions may live equally long.
her failu-r. was charmingly dressed in      "Americans are literally dried    and
cream silk trimmed with lace, and car-: baked by a constant  temperature   be-1,
ried  a  bridal  boquet  of cream  brides  tween   seventy   and    eighty   degrees.:
roses.    .Miss Bessie Burr, sister of the 'Americanitis' is  a  very disrespectful!
bride, attended her as bridesmaid, and  name given   to    a   compound   illness
was dressed in pale blue embroidered composed   of dyspepsia   and nervous
voile trimmed with lace.   The brides- conditions,   and   ibis   overheated   and
maid's boquet was composed of pink impure atmosphere is supposed to be
and    white    carnations.    Little    Miss one cause of .it
Ellen Patchell made a very charming "The chance of marrying a hospital
flower girl, dressed in pink silk, and is greatly diminished by choosing for
carrying a corbellle of pink Bweel a wife a woman with a proportionate-
peas. Joseph Mahoney of Vancouver ly and properly developed physique.
was best man, and .1. J. Johnston, and "All testimony goes to show thai
���I. W. Mahoney wei'e ushers. we are physiologically not adapted to
After the ceremony, the wedding a flesh diet. Tho human liver is too
pany were entertained at supper small and the human Intestines are
at the residence of the bride's parents, 'oo long for that kind of food. The In-
About fifty relatives of the bride and aer coating of the intestines is also
groom sat down to supper. The house formed differently for the assimilation
was tastily decorated for the occasion of animal and vegetable foods."
with roses, carnations, sweet peas and  o	
other dowers, while festoons of evergreens added to the beauty of the
scene.
The haapy couple left on the C. P.
It., las; night for Shawnigan Lake,
Vancouver Island were the honeymoon
will be spent. They w, iv accompanied to the station by a large number
of the guests, who took possession of
the 9:45 car. and escorted them in
' ite. The happy , ���:'. made merry
on the way down to the train, and
their mirthful laughter could be heard
a long time before their special car
arrived in sight. The party returned
to the residence of the bride's parents
��� seeing the newl; wedded couple
safely <m their w: i  scene of the
honeymoon, and r, I until a late
hou:  making merry.
Mr.   an I   Mrs.   Ml i hi 11   will i
at Ladn i el urn    from
S   twlngan  La
'
.
puddl .  suitably  engra i ed,  the
Ro . the bride
ady to
. iln  th      R. 1 l, '.v    West-
Tl gift to
ch; to the
bridesmaid,    a pearl  br ,och:     flower
girl, gold locket; and    i the besl man
I
Explanation cf Disappearance.
Additonal information  was received
yesterday by Chief Mcintosh concern-
ling the man Falrheiller, whose mysl -
lions  disappearance  some   five  weeks
ag,,   has   not   been   satisfatcorily   accounted  for up  to  the  present time.
J. W.    Strangeman, with whom    the
missing   man   worked   for   some   time,
arrived   In  the    city  yesterday    from
Pitt   Lake,   and   called   at   the  police
station, where he was shown the rifle
found in the deserted boat.;    This he
identified as one that Falrheiller had
purchased   some   little   time   ago.     He
also recognized  the boat as being the'
one   in   which   the   missing   man   left
Piu   Lake.    Mr. Strangeman does nol
think thai  Fairheiler has mei   with a
grave,  and  Is  inclined 10 believe tha   be simply lefl the country to
avpld  the  payment   of certain  heavj
thai   li,-   bad   contracted.     He
e .   |70 from  the Sma.1 it Bucklin
Mill   Co.,   a   Iii:!-    while   back,   a.    .   !
\: nc      lyment i     wor!   �� hich h ��� was
to do, and had  borrow, ,1  $60 li om one
pai tj sad $30 from another jusl before
b-a\ Ing camp, besid is owing a he n,
groi i ��� j  bill.   All hope of fin,Una Fail
bellei'    body,  i  ��� ��� tuning thai  he baa
been ������. ov n, I     i    nol  yel  bei n given
up, as it is possible that it may have
gol caughl in the foundations of some
of the wharfs.
lifTiiiifr i iir yt wiirr ���'- ���' *���""'"' - ''"' -*'"
AT THE  HOTELS.
Guichon ,y,    Harrison
River;  li. M. Westeroll, St. Paul;  B.
McMillan,   Vancouver;    Bruce   Brier,
Portland,   Or.;   Mi -. C.    R.    Stewart,
I   nz, Cal,
Colonial���A,    W.  Lee,    Vancouver;
Theodore   Ci oft,   Vancouv, r;      Hugh
Hough, La Grand<. Or.;  E,  H. Crawford, Vancouver;  Mrs, Dan Price, Lad-
Ruby Price, Ladner.
Wind   ,r���G,       i        r, Vancouver;
N.   S.   Lambert,   Elgin;   J.   Davidson
Vancouver.
D, Goo Belllng
ham;   ii. T.  Nault,  Roseberry;   .1
('aider   Langlej:   .!.   Rolls
Commencing Thursday Morning, May 31       I
���ensational Reductions in Prices
that will make this sale of short duration but a HUMMER WHILE IT LASTS
Here is the Evidence of Quick
Disposal of Goods
Men's and Boys' Clothing, right up to date^ in styles
and patterns and wide range of sizes and materials to select from, One Third Off Regular Prices.
Men's Balbriggan double thread Underwear, regular
50c for 25 Cents.
Men's Cotton Socks, 4 pairs for 25 Cents.
Men's Suspenders, light and heavy, regular 25c and
35c, for 15 Cents.
Men's Flannelette Shirts, regular 40, for 25 Cents.
White and red handkerchiefs, regular 15c and 20c for
5 Cents.
Neckties regular 25c and 35c, for 15 Cents.
Boys' Knickers 25 Cents.
Special Line of Men's Shoes, regular $1.75 to $2.50
for $1.25.
Boys' light Summer Shoes, regular $1.75 for $1.25.
estminster Clothing
Compa
Columbia Street Next Door to Royal Bank of Canada.
DAVE GROSSMAN, PR
r
Miners Accept Proposition.
Kansa   City, Mo., May 30, ��� The i >fl
coal   miller.-,  of  Kansas, Arkansas anil
Indian   Territory   ln   conference  here
today,  agreed  to accepl   the  proposition    submitted    yesterday    by     the
.-.'    ��� rn Coal Operators' a ��� ocia
tion.    Tl,,-   agreemenl   musi   now   be
ratified by a referendum voto by the
miners, bul ll is believed today's action
will resul; in  reopening the mine.-', In
ii    ��� ,-,.: ,, ,a: .-, by June 10. The Mis
miners i entin    disl lei No.
25, still stood oul  for the 1903 scale
A.   verbatim,, which means a higher pro-
'Phone lOt
leichenbach Company
z===^.    Limited   -eeeeee
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
B.C.
A.   -\rchi-  portional rat,   than r, -I by the
bald, ii  s. Mingo, Hatzlc. operators.    The    conference    was r,-
c      opolltan���J.    v.    Strangman,  sumed later In tb    hopej of persuad-
Pitt   Lake;   N.   Walker,   Blalm     Mr.  inn Missouri  to come Into the a
and   Mrs,  Cold '.-���>-.
'' ���-.i -;��� ", Porl .Moody;
.1. W. Wilson, Ha/.. Imere; C. Coiton,
ii Hi . re; J, C, B, it, Dewdn, y; A.
A   Tincote, Vancouver.
m nt.
The puresi of ice cream at the Star
Candy Factor n, .' to DeGrey's barber
shop, '
We Cater to the Family Trade.
We have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenclerest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
REICHENBACH CO. Ltd
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
*
L
i, Timber mi
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining-
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone 12. New We.tmin.ter.
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sprvtoo  wi" IRSDAY
MAY 31, 1906
THE DAILY NEWS
And the only way to keep posted is read the
��
Delivered at your door in time for breakfast. Complete service of the World's
news as furnished by the Associated Press,
and all the local happenings of interest.
ftv^ ���' \y^
INT TO
The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the clay, and the NEWS is a medium
through which yon can talk business to almost every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you.
FALLS INTO FLAMES
AT WINNIPEG BEACH
Young Englishman Takes a Fit Beside
Log   Fire   and   Is   Burned   to
Death.
Godfr< y has Invested mosl of whal
I |, f| of bis for,une In a n �� ��� I
- rty- '��� ond ���, and Sixth avenue, to provid, mself and bis
wife, in the even! thai b, becom,
tally blind.
EXPERT lilVES VIEWS
ON PATENT MEDICINES
Dr.
J.   E.   Dube   of   Montreal   Advises
Special  Committee of Parliament at Ottawa.
Winnipeg, May 30.���A horrible fatality occurred todaj al Winnipeg
Bi ich, a summt r resorl aboul fifty
miles from here when a young (
lish Immigrant named George Griffin,
while standing in from of a greal log
Are, was seized with an epileptic :"n
and fell bead foremosl Into the flames,
Boy   Gored   by   Bull.
Olympla, May 30.���Gored by a ma i 	
bull, torn, braised and broken, Jesi Ottawa, May 30.���Dr. .1. E. Dube, a
Ferguson, is lying in the hospital in promiu nt doctor of Montreal, ex-
a critical condition. The boy went to j amined today before i special com-
the pasture for a cow on Sunday even- mlttee of parliament PJcently appointing. When he did nol return by 10 e_ to reporl upon the use and sale ol
o'clock, a search discovered bim si; traudulenl and deleterious medicines
ting in a buggy in tbe barn, bleeding expressed the opinion that in the In
and  nearly unconscious.    His clothing u-rest   of   the   public   ilie   government
Blind in Day Time.
Xew York, May 29.���Afflicted three
years ago wilh "sun-blight", a rare-
disease which renders him totally
blind in the daytime and permits him
to see perfectly a; night, Philip Godfrey, after having consulted eye specialists in every part of the world, is
utterly discouraged. He bas spent $20,-
000, the savings of a lifetime, in a vain
- irch   for relief, and    having n few
bis  neck,    extending  almost    lo    his
spinal   column,   where   the   horn   had
penetrated.    Several  ribs were broken.
 o ���
No one witnessed tb tragedy but he
was known to b, BUbjeci to fits. He was nearly torn from bis body, and hejshould provide for ihe analysis of all
was dead wln-n found a few minutes presented a horrible appearance. A patent and proprietary medicines on
,,,,,. deep wound  was found on the side of  the n!ark,.,   The results should be re
ported to th,. authorities, and where
ibe preparation was nhown to contain
dangerous elements the use of such
medicines should only be allowed under doctors' prescriptions. There was
in, doubl thai patent medicines were
the direct cause of many sudden
deaths, llis experience bad shown that
the use of preparations containing
such drugs as cocaine, opium in var-
fornis, Indian hemp, alcohol,
chloroform and ether was apt  to pro-
Automobile Accident.
New York, May :;0.���Reuben .1.
Taylor, superintendent of the Conti-
nental Fire Insurance company, while
automoblling today with his wife, was
buried under lhe machine after it had .
loppbd over n thirty-foot embankment   in   Riverdale  avenue.    I!,-   was
voke a craving for these drugs.     In
hundred dollars bfi, be offers it to the   taken  to a   hospital   in  a   critical   eon    ^^   ^^    ^   ^^    ^^
physician  who can  effeci   a  cure. dition.    Mrs. Taylor jumped  to safety.   ,,,,,,.     w(,n,   ^   ,n   ^.^   ,,,,,.,,,,,���,
��� ������  -      the people againsl harmful compounds
bui Ihere were catarrh preparation!
on sab- it. Can ida conl aii Ing cocain,
which in the United SI itei .. iuld b,
f, rbidden.
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NEW|WESTTMINSTER
FRIDAY,  JUNE 8,   1906
l_ir 100-Circus Chins km mi Cslebritias-lOO
32 Famous Bque-rtriana
IB   Daring   Aerial lata
10 Rm ��� Me tt   ' -       ��� i  Hiirtwa
7  Russian  Oc  .
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11   Arebian   Tumblers
23  Marry Mirthful Clowns
9  Doacaticaff.!  Equilibrists
2C Astonishing Acrobats
��� j sJapmnemo Cit^cus
���    ..������������.-;    _Jarl&nd  Entires
,. Trnined Wild Boasts
'-.-.��� Elophmnta
...   ���    si nd Flos Indicus
��� .      ��   .:,:   .;..- ���".   Soa  Lions
:,-    .. . '���  " . 11) :   HorsesS
ig   Rom   n   . h ���   ol  Races
IS'  :..i,i:::d  Arebian  Sialll.fi*
', \..:'.j Japam so Artists in Amerlci.
,WM;i-'   \        ,.,-t.''        P stntl.tuid' Psny BaSlal
%V    m&';'-    i    ' '���'   ;     --'-'fi^e   V"-.';ri:..i. .;���:���   Horses
lM'5��\iis'.:,v '"'��� -���'   ''���������'     ,��� - ry i     *���	
I ^'W&^JM���� 'Stirk(iO)Family
v. < ��� ji^ii^
I \pA I :e9% Prettyidnaiaretta
ll        ,',-A      '      h     '.-���!,,.���*,    -. M    ,;������ ,. ,.,,,���>!���. ,���,,,- n���.-.i ���.-,,,, I,.,!-. SOMLHSAU.TS
/%E W I) v) Grand Streal hasuS
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Black Diamond City,
Tb,- Free Press, of Nanaimo, has an
historical sketch of thai city in iis is-
Tuesday.   The foil,,win-,    para-
are of more than lo    li     rest:
Nanaimo Is one of the oldi sl eil les
Pacific Northwest, Prior to the
of the whites it  was an Indian
village   the home of the Qullseyewals,
the   5Te     lee-kani     and i   -we i
tons, who w, re banded tog ther and
! the territory thai Bt ch, d
Nanaimo river to Departure bay,
which was known as Nanymo. The
country being heavily timbered and
the Indians at this polni being mainly
dependent upon the fishing for support, the early traders finding it an
mipj'li,>ia!,le market, .ships landed at
Vieloria and wenl pasl .Xanyuio to
Fori Rnpei'i on the north end of the
island, at which place coal was diflCOV-
, red.
In the summer of 1851, Indians, digging tor clams on th, be u h In from
of where Nanaimo now is. uncovered
a huge black rock, A piece of this rock
was placed in a lire and ii was discovered thai il would burn. News of ibis
Snd reached the offices of the Hudson
laj company al Victoria and in a
I j short time the men who were prospeot-
1 lng and boring for coal al Port Ruperl
changed locations and the settlement
Nanaimo was i>, gun.
The Beaver was the flrsl boat to
- e . igular trips to the new Settlements, calling twice a year and
making a trip to all the trading posts
along the coast.
In 1852 the Hudson Bay company,
Joseph \\. McKay, first officer in
charge, built some cabins at this poin
and called the new place "Col-ville-
town." A water power saw mill with
over-shot wheel was operated on .I:���-
Mill stream. Mines were opened i
coal shipped to California. One ,, h,
lirsi vessels loading her,- was a
called the Ogden which was bound for
San Francisco, bul foun lered iff Cape
Flattery and was lost with all on
board.
.Yinaimo's firsl newspaper was established in 1866 by the Nanaimo Publishing company and called the Nanaimo Gazette, M, Hale editor. This was
sac ceded  by  the Tribune, which   was
, ded by the N malmo Free Pres i,
e i ibllshed In 1874 by the late George
Norris, now published as an evening
paper by his sons, (!. K. and W, It
Norris, The other paper of Nanaimo
la the Herald, established in 1894, now
edited and published by Dr, l\ S, Reynolds.
in iis fisheries Nanaimo is taking
prominence. During the last season
fourteen firms operated al Nanaimo ln
herring fishing, catching l.tbn, tons.
The Dominion government brought
over Scotch curers who put up the
herring, which was of superior quality ami found sale, going to all par's
of the earth. In the salmon fisheries
the principal catch is dog salmon, for
which   there   arc   three   salteries,   ihe
fish being put up principally for the
Japanese market. Dog fish nre caught
in large numbers by the Japanese and
oil rendered from the livers. Cod, halibul and smelts are caught for the local
markets. The New England halibut
boats stop at this place for their bait.
Oysters are raised here in large Quantities contributing to the supply for
Victoria, Vancouver and the local mar
ket.
112 performances at 2 and 8 p.
France Wants Satisfaction.
Paris, May 30.���The cabinet has decided to send a warship to Tangier
In order to obtain satisfaction for the
recent assassination of a Frenchman
In that vicinity.
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. ��� '���"!.��� THE DAILY NEWS
THE DAILY NEWS
Pub. .���  The Daily News
lehlng   Company,   Limited,   al
iffices   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
sStreets. Xew Wt.     ini    ;. B. C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   Brown R.  J.   Burde
>^.oMT>-.-^��w^v^wW>w~.      ...    ���    ii  ��� ���, ��mmms*m^s*mm
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
Cents per line (nonpariel I 12 lines to
tbe inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
���
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a gi .      .
jowl  wi b
.-' md
scorn,    . .
article���the    two are
alongside  of each other in adjoining
columns���in   which edi
.���l    lodisl   Recordei        it nou
an ignoramus "to i        i I
the position ol :   gos
pel,"   lecau ��� mdemns somi
which       i to him io be S m I ij
i  only  a  f, w
worth oi
mighl -. i, a precedent for retro-
actlv,   leg oi .t    .. , ild nol
ling.
e.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10   desecration. To quote the article: "The
coats per line. immediate cause of his   wrath is the
For   lime   contracts,   special   posi-   tact that the regimen tly march-
tions, apply to advertising manager.      ed out to Gobi u1  iti a day  al
field and . poi ts, . nd rec lv-
aat Ho
im,
- ill huir, of  the exalted offlce ol
of the United Stati
nol be quite the mod,-si young man h<
i   ..: the I lm, oi   hal kissing business.    [I   would    now appear
i hal   his   - .  .       .    ood        shrinking
from the oscular demonstrations of his,
feminine admirers was simply a subtle  pretence    assumed    to encourage
them, bst hL- should be deprived of the
full  measure  of their intoxicating, if
!. r  unsubst antlal, tribute.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or ed prizes tor their prowess on a Sun-
found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent per day." Bj th ��� death of Michael Davitt,
wo. J. No advertisement taken for Ti,, Methodist Recorder asserted Ireland los, - a patriotic son, who hales, than 2a cents. (hat ]h|. rejjgious j, ;���,... ,.;��� parents devoted many .-..earn,.,- years to her
-^~���~~~~^^~^.~.-~~~.--~~.-.~."~ whose sous were members of ihe regi- service, liis death will cause a feel-
TELEPHONES. ment.   would   be outraged   by  the  per- lng   of   sorrow   among   Irishmen   the
romance, and that the practice of us- world over���a  sorrow all the greater
Business office    i|]tr Sun(]av a���  a'drill day was likely from the fact thai recenl events Seem
Editorial   office      17 ,(.  prevent   young men  with religious to point to an early adjustment of al
Manager's  residence    277 convictions   from  joining   the   militia, 'east   the   main   causes  of  differences
 ..              , ,������ Both of which statements are denounc- between   his  native  country  and  the
- grossly  inaccu al        whereas other  parts   of the   United   Kingdom.
���T ���''*���' ���'���"  ' they are largi      true. For that consummation he has labored
  Now it certainly seems inconsistent and his life closes when the goal ap-
THURSDAY.  MAY 31, 1906.
TOEING THE MARK.
to  I, amine,, the publication of a news-
ie  early  hours  of Sundaj
mo     ���   . and In the s im   breath to indulge in "- im, wh it '   sterical" abuse
d!      i lerg  :. ��� a   ii c tuse he object s Xo
Whatever   maj    be ib.mul,-   o      _,   t    using of Sunday as a drill day. As
conduct    of the    members    in voting tai.   as   ,lK.   mere matter   of Sunday
themselves an Increase of sessional al- Work���giving up S lay to Secular em-
lowance last yer. II appears that the pioyment- is concerned, "the Sunday
country is getting some value tor th pa er is the lesser offender in any corn-
extra mom'.-.. ��� The party whips Bay mUnity in which the two things criti-
tbat th,- regulations attending the pay- cjsed ,..,��� ,���. found iu lnis province,
ment of the Increased sessional allow- N,���. can it be pieaded that the one is
ance are having a -ond effect in cans-  ,, ,v .,,,,, Ih(, u.]hV workj .-,,,. lh��� niili.
tia   act   undi r   ord, rs   - impulsion   is
put upon the members to some extent.
To discuss that, however, i.s not the
mrpose of this article.  Whal  is here
pears to be almost In sl
Judge KUlam's announcement that
��� Dominion Railwaj commission had
|i cided to hold a general Investigation
of railway tariffs, will be generally received with favor���outside the railway
offices: what is the opinion of tlie railways aboul the necessity for such an
Investigation is another matter.
lng member.- to attend more regularly
and to apply themselves more assi-
dously to business. Under the amendments of last session a member is al-
"Laurier and Loot," says the Colonist, "is the latest apt alteration." How
about McBrlde and Muddling Mismanagement; or Green and Giveaway: or
Tatlow and Trebled Taxation: or Fulton and    Financial    Fuddlement;    or
lowed fifteen days during a session for  minted out is, that the discussion of something of   that   sort   which would
absences, but for non-attendance over pUrjijc questions from the "fad" stand-
thai time a deduction ai the rate of point���whether the fad b, the off-
$15 a day is made. .Moreover, a mem- Bpring ���f religion, or anti-puritan pre-
ber cannoi draw any allowance until ]u(_ice, or mere business interest���Is
the end of each montb, and then he mischievous.. Two months ago, the
has to make a sworn statement of th�� Daily News had a short article in
number of days he has been present. w-l(j(.h j, described the bill as "a very
The payment is made to him al the fail. attempt to strike a balance berate of $10 a day. and when the !    ��� tween   the   two   principles  thai   every
person  has a  right  to the enjoyment
sion is over a final settlemenl takes
place, when the member has to forego
bis dally allowance for any days, in
cxci js of fifteen, when he was not present.   The   new   system   is   greatly   in
of a Weekly Sabbath or Day of Rest,
and that the liberty of the individual
should not be Interfered with so long
as its exercise does nol trench on the
der
session  a  member mighl   only  attend  teci   in  th
for a  few days, aud yet  could march  those  Persons
the interest of the public, and acts as nbefty of oilier individuals." The arti-
a check upon improper payments. Un- cie further said of the bill thai in it
the method in vogue prior to last ������,,,,, ,,���,.. ()f lhf, g0v,.,.nnil.iu to protect in the enjoymeni of their rights
who are unable in the
IT with his whole sslonal allowance. ,M,I1IV 0l- things to protect themselves,
Several cases in whieh this actually i;. recognized; as i.s also the obllga-
occuxfed could be cited. Such a thing tion of the government to keep its
as thai  is now impossible. hands  oft and  allow  people to do  as
 ��� they  please,  so long as the doing of
PRIVATE VIEWS OF  PUBLIC  MAT-  their pleasure does not tread on other
folk's corns or Interfere with the good
of the  commonwealth.
"Our   modern   progress  makes    the
framing of a satisfactory act  of this
���ejudices and bu* (lescrl])���on . Very d,fflcul) m.uuil.  aml
TERS.
Tbe way in which even such enlight-
tned people as newspaper editors al-
np
the passing of it a thing still more difficult. In the days of our grandfathers,
when a man was accustomed to wait
until the day after tomorrow for news
from lhe nexl parish, the suspending
of all the ordinary business activities
on Sunday did not put any one out
very m aerially; but nowadays it is
a   very   different  matter.
"It may safely be predicted thai
t beie will be a good deal of squabbling over the act, and ihat. many wi!'.
perslsl in looking at ii from om- of
two points of view, neither of which is Creek points
the right one. One of these may be de- Connects at Meyers Falls
scribed  as  ihe dollar-and-cents point, stage r'-iily for Republic.
iness interests to obscure their  view
In 'l- .ding with public questions would
���   v,:;,   laughable if it  were not so often mischevious. Jusl al preseni there
is some discussion of the question of
Sabbath observance, to which a spe-,
lirection has been given by the
announcement that a clause in the bill
now pending before tlie house of common- a: Ottawa, is aim, d at ihe Sun-
. ,] ning ii, wspaper.  On,- of our
ovincial   contemporari 3   gets  quite
be matter, ,b cl   ing that no
i slave should submil to su-'h
a. We in 1',: itl   . Columbia, ii
. :,:���-> prepar, d to submil to any
n   b     rem! ich is "re   on-
and     n, ;" but    are not   to   be
"whlppe i imo ., slavish obedience" to
of class oi     ct. Thi      i
; M irent, of
it tl e no ,
��� b ���   some-
lous fa Is" an 1
. ."  Perhaps
11   is as  well to .     pap-'i' n-
I  evi ry  Sunday
morning,
Then v,,��� find in another paper,
which is nol published on Sunday
morning, an entirely different view of
be ca t ! a ;bat tb- protests of
ci Min Iiriiish Columbia papers are
"somewhat hysterical"���that they are
altogether unreasonable in expecting
that a law which i.s to apply to the
whole Dominion, should 1,,. made to
suii them Instead of suiting all the
other interests of this province and
all the interests of all lhe other provinces. Ii scouts the argument relied
on by th< advocates of the Sunday
morning paper���that a Monday paper
means Sunday work for editOrsand
printers. "Nine-tenths ,,r the rubbish"
it declares, with a rude disregard for
editorial feelings, "which goes to make The decision in the Emerson log e*-
up the avc-cage Sunday newspaper can porting ease marks another instance of
be prepared a, any time���from elghl government blundering. One finds it
o'clock -ei Sunday evening io early the bard to avoid the conclusion Ihat the
following morning is more than suf- cost of the suit is just so much of the
ticieiit time to handle 'i,, telegraphic, tax],avers' money thrown away in .an
news, and everything else is stale." attempt to "gel even" with an indiv-
Oii,- migbi well Imagine that the Ian- idual who happens to be obnoxious to
guage quoted came from some member 'lie powers that be at Victoria. Which-
of the "class" or "Sect" which, accord-' ever w-ay the decision    had    gone    it.
be more than mere alteration?
Northern Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. A. G.       A
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points,
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian   Pacific  Railway   for   Boundary
,-ith
and ihe other as the religious. It is
really a mailer of the right of the individual io the enjoyment of a day of
rest, and ihe duly of the governmenl
to protecl him, as far as possible, in
lhe  enjoyment  of ihat right."
Th, lasi sentence seems to sum the
ease up, in the proverbial nutshell,
when the mailer i.s looked at from the
proper polm of a just understanding
of the rights of individuals and the
proper functions of government,
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
AT THE BIG CLOTHING HOUSE
Balbriggan $1
the Suit
VV XI^-/tL/\
iTlXCierWear Merino 75c the
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Garment
"t
Natural Wool
$1.25
the Garment
Elastic Ribbed
$1.25
the Garment
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V.   .- -      j    j  fe
5 a   u w.sr
Stanfield's Unshrinkable $1.25
the Garment
Sole Agents for
Dr. Beimel's
Linen Mesh
PHILLIP
THE CASH
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Nemo
STRAIGHT
Nemo
WITH  MAPLE  SYRUP
Nemo
WITH CREAM: AND SUGAR
Nemo
WITH  STRAWBERRY  SYRUP
Nemo
WITH PRUIT
Nemo
THE PERFECT FOOD
SOLD BY
ALL
GROCERS
B.K. 10S8
Fresh Water Port
The City of New
Westminster
OFFERS THE
1901.
Leave
Dav Train             Arrive
9.20 a.m.
   Spokane   7.15 p.m.
12.25 Pm-
... .Rossland  410 p.m.
9.40 a.m.
....Nelson   6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
General Passenger Agent
Mr. Sloan. M. P., is quoted as authority for the statemenl that the Grand
Trunk Pacific i.s getting busy in the
matter of pushing its line through to
the Pacific. This time the anticipation
Is not founded upon any thing in the
shape of political bargains or subsidies, but upon the business proposition
that the company cannoi afford to let
its rivals get ahead of it. The development of Canada and the march of
progress on the other side of the Pacific are creating a rapidly expanding
business, and it is to do business thai
railways are built.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER,
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis. St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
1 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 anj smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or  any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. They protect
their trains by the Block System.
Connection made with all transcontinental lines in Union Depots.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
Best Facilities on
the Pacific Coast
FCR
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sun,lay) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
For information  apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver, B. C.
All Kinds of Manufacturing Enterprises
Information can be obtained from
-TT*     __-_>���
WHITE,
Secretary Board of Trade,
OR
W. H. KEARY,
Mayor City New Westminster
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ritvl Imits Line���service rrnrn
jp    snrvioo
trill   "��� Local News Briefly Told
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p0r Sale by M. T. KIRK, Hardware and Tinsmithing.
See Those Stock Patterns in
Dinnerwarc
To Be Cleared Oul At
I        '.,'.
ost Price
The City Grocery,
Telephone 97.       ....
ADAMS & DEANS
Eaton- Hurlbut's
Writing Paper and Envelopes
i -stand  at  the highest point in High-class
i
i Stationery on this continent.    A shipment is
i
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IMACKAYS BOOLfsSION- I
PARAGON &
-The- "Paragon" will wash any-
fching without previous -boiling.
'I here is no need of using any
chemicals���only soap and water.
Anything from the linest linen
and lace curtains to the heaviest
blankets, without the sltphtest
injury. Will "/ash up t<, 25 pieces
within 5 to s minutes better and
cleaner than by the harsh and
tiresome rub board method. We
also carry the Knowll and Reacting Wasners, the largest stock in
the Provinc ��� to select from.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
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Not on Top, But Still in the Ring.
House Cleaning Time
And you may possibly need a carpet.    We have  the  greatest range  of
them and can guarantee to save you money and  give you  better satis-
facl on than you can get in anv other place.     For instance, a good body
. . papi r for underneath, sew,-,! and laid for one dollar a yard up.
Old carpets taken up, cleaned and relayed  for ten cents a yard.   We
have the largest stock and the finest show r   ,, ��� and the  finest  prices.
id see us.    [t will payyou to see our stock before  placing  your
[elsewhere.
W. E. FALES,
716 and 71s Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.
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S iven  i ows   belonging  to  ��� asl
nts   were Impounded    yesterday
bj  Poundkeeper Murray.
L   ive your orders for Ice Cream a
th,  Creamery. *
L. Tambollne left for Westham is-
lan i yesterday afternoon after spen l-
Ing the morning in the city.
City liand moonlighl excursion to
Ladner ne.\i Tuesday. Tickets 50
c, nl *
i-i. I-'. Mortimer was nne ,,r the Transfer's passengers yesterday afternoon
for the Brunswick cannery at Canoe
pass.
Th, freight boal Forager cleared for
Vieloria y, .--'erday after discharging
Its cargo al   the  Brackman  and   K r
wharf.
Ice Cream the purest at the Westminst, ���  Creamery. *
T ��� Brackman Ker Milling company
n reived a carload of Hour y, sterday
��� om the EJasl shipped ever the C. P.
j t.
S f. Williams of ibis city wenl
down river yesterday afternoon on the
steamer Transfer to Ladner In the ln
< ' - of the Calgarj Milling companj .
Wi si Presbytei Ian church ladles are
: n paring tor iheir annual ice cream-
strawberry festival ami sale of work.
Time, Thursday, June 14, afternoon
and evening; place, residence of .Mrs.
John  McKenzie, St. Patrick street.    *
Mrs, Gorman, of Pernbrooke, Ont.,
who, accompanied by her daughter, has
bi a visiting her cousin, Mrs. A. I..
Lavery, of this city, left las: evening
for Seattle.
The regular quarterly meeting- of
the New Westminster branch of the
Anti-Tuberculosis society of British
Columbia, will be held in the board of
Lrade room on Monday afternoon, June
4, at 2:30 o'clock. All persons Interested in the work of the society ai\. cordially invited to aitend the meeting.
Five new fishing sRlffs are being
bulll for the- St. Maim,, Packing company by A. Chalk. When completed
the measurements of the boats will be
., mty feet, three teei long and aboul
th ���' and one half feet in breadth.
A number of machinists from the
Schaake works are busy overhauling
the engine of the Brackman Ker company's oat meal mill on Front street.
Th.- engine will be shipped back to
Calgary in a short time for the com-j
pany's new  mill  in thai   city.
G-eorge Scott left yesterday afternoon for Montreal from where lie will
sail on the C. P. R. steamship line
to the Orkeny islands for the purpose.
Of visiting his parents, whom he has,
nol secn for the pas, fourteen years.
Mr. Scon has been engaged in the
cattle business in this country for a
long time- His brother will look after
the business until his return next
spring.
The S. S. Favourite arrived in port
yesterday afternoon from Chilliwack.
and other up river points with a full
cargo of freight, the bulk of which
was consigned to Vancouver. Twenty-
head of beef cattle were broughl down
from Chilliwack by their owner. W.
Nevard, for the Royal City butchers,
also a large number of sheep from
Chilliwack for Vancouver aud a
heavy cargo of farm produce, The foi- j
lowing passengers arrived on it: C. B.
Reeves, from Chilliwack: VV. Pert,
from Mission; J. Rider, and Miss Cot-1
tel, from Lehman; R. Jackson, from
Green's landing; K. McKay, from McKay's  landing;   Mrs.  C.   Fellis,  F.  H.I
v,. i.. Da-
from  Lang ;,ii-,n.
from   I'o: aid.
<��n Saturda: the ii. ��� sche lul d lacrosse game of the provincial league
will be play.d at Queen's park bet wen
the Wesl End Intermediates and a
Vancouver team.   The game will Btarl
al    :',   ,, 'clack.
The men who have been employed
on th,. surveying of the new G. N, R.
road across the river returned to the
city las: night, having completed the
Burvey. It is expected that cons; ruction will start in about two weeks'
time.
The lirsi garden parly of the Season
will be held on Friday afiernoon al the
West End Methodlsl church parsonage.
The girls of Mrs. Brace's class will
be in charge of the entertainm, ut,
and supper will be served on the lawn
from 4:30 to 7 o'clock. The object
of the garden party is to raise funds
for the painting of the church.
A meeting of the summer school
committee was held on Tuesdaj even
lng at Columbia college, Il was decided to hold the summer school al
: he Columbian college from July 3 to
9 Inclusive. The Rev. Dr, Riddell, of
Alberta, will lecture on mb. Ions, and
the Rev. Dr, Sipprell will deliver a lecture on Bible siinly. A feature of the
190G summer school will b, the Ep
worth League convention thai will be
held  in  connection   vith  it.
Tb, fourlh game in he Church Hoys'
I,,-ague schedule was played lasi evening between the Wesl End Methodists
and the Queen's Avenu, Methodists.
The game resulted in an easy win for
the Queen's Avenue boys by 12 runt to
5. The game was scheduled to take
place on Saturday, bul owing to several of the boys having other engagements on thai dale, ii was decided to
play off the gam,, earlier in the week.
Frank Canfield refereed the game to
the satisfaction of all Concerned,
The local hole-Is are being circularized by the Dominion Commercial
Travellers' Association, who ar, anxious to interest them in the publication of a vesl pocket edition of a
traveling man's guide, which they
have under consideration. A somewhal
similar guide was published a few
years ago, but for some reason it was
discontinued after a while, and traveling salesmen are of the opinion ihat
a handy book giving information about
hotels in the towns which they visit
would be a great convenience to them.
The charge for inserting the name of
a hotel, together with information as
to rates, etc., is a dollar for one year,
bin if desired a hotel man can have
a fuLl page advertisement inserted.
The size of I lie book will be ;>V2 by
5  inches.
BEAUTIFUL! HANDSOME!
Ha1 inline mahogany
Dresser, Chiffonier and Brass Bed
in our show window V Its a beauty. 'I'be best ever. Let us
whisper in the ear of the seeker alter tb,- most beautiful and
lasting furniture -Its a Bargain! Good honest workmanship
ami in fact a magnificent outfit.
$115.00
The Three Pieces   for Only
Regularly Worth  $135;00.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
236 to 242 Columbia  and 229 to   241   Front   Streets,   Dupont   Block,
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Our Knowledge     \
Is Not for Sale       !
We don't charge extra for it.   Our contracts ���
show that we are masters, thorough in every f
I detail   of work,  workmanship and material. I
! HARDMAN & BRYSON \
��� See us before you let your work. ���
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To Rent
Furnished house on third avenue $25  per  month,  with   piano $">
extra.    All   modern   conveniens
Om- six-roomed dwelling, on,-  I,rick row,  Sapperton,    All modern
conveniences.   $9.00 per month.
T. R. PEARSON,
Columbia   St.
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ICE.   NOTICE.
We beg to notify our friends and the public generally that we
have engaged Mr. D. McFadden, 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 month, 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.
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Trial   Adjourned.
Caldwell, Idaho, May SO.���The special court called to try the W. F. M.
officers and whose integrity was so
strongly attacked yesterday, has adjourned. This was not done, however,
because of ihe accusations against
District Judge Frank Smith, but owing
to the court agreeing with James R.
Hawley, chief counsel for the prosecution, that the trial of the defendants
could not proceed until lhe ha!,cits corpus matter should be disposed of by
dismissal or final decision in the supreme court.
.Mrs.   Moyer    and    .Mrs.    Ptttibone,
wives  ,,f  ibe   prisoners,  and  the  par-;
ents of Mrs. Haywood were present in;
ihe courtroom yesterday. The three defendants were brought clown from lhe
countv jail at Boise, Ada county.
W. R. Gilley, 'Phone n-_-_.
J. R. Gniey, 'Hnone 1-4--
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers ln
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. Pottery C o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-6
DIAMONDS
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DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest  Stock  in the  City.
Mounted     in   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler,      -     Columbia St.
SAPPERTON!
MUST    BE    SOLD   IMMEDIATELY
��� 6-roomed house, well situated, new foundation, chicken house and
'5niil" orchard. First-class chance for employee in mill. Only *650.
. , Columbia st. cottage, 4 rooms, with about 21-2 acres of ground
ani1 considerable fruit trees.     Enquire about this property at, ���ur offlce.
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Bright Light Stove Polish
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Big 3 Shoe Polish
Get a Tin and See For Yourself.
PRICE 10 CENTS PER TIN
C. A. Welsh,
The People's Grocer
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We deliver to all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster, B. C.
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Emerson Will Take Action.
,!. S. Emerson, who has won out in
another tilt with the commissioner of
lands and works in connection with
the recent seizure of logs which he
proposed exporting, and which he re-
plevined, is now out with a declaration that he means to go back at those
who have been troubling him, and, as
he puts it, Mr. Green may now have
to do a little dodging himself.
The status of the matter is a little
peculiar, in view of the last paragraph
of the judgment, which reads:
"I must therefore hold that the act
does not apply to the timber in question. That being so, the defendant had
no power to seize it, and the crown,
as  represented  by  the chief commis
sioner, had no power to authorize its
seizure under the statute in question;
and, therefore, as the crown can do no
wrong, there was no crown seizure at
all, and the timber was not in the
possession of the crown when replevied from the defendant."
Under these circumstances Mr. Emerson can only obtain redress by going after the officers of the crown personally, as the learned judge holds
that, the boom was never in the possession of the crown.
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Bombs Do Some Damage.
Tiflis, May 30.���The condition of
Governor General Aliklnoff is serious,
his liver having been pierced. Eight
bombs were thrown at him and five
of them exploded, killing two Cossacks.
, THE DAILY .NEWS;
THURSDAY, MAY -
13WS.
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and Comment.
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Lacrosse This    Evening.
��� ������������������������������������������<���������������-*���<>�����  Celtic   park,   Long   Island   ciiy.    Mr.
Gilbei'i   clear,-,]   the  bar at   12  feel   ::
inch,-?,.
THE SULTAN'S ARMY.
.', rusalem is Turkey's princi,a! garrison town in Palestine. Bul here there
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ are only, in normal times, 1..",,���, men.
Considerable Interesl is being taken There are also importani garrisons al
in ihe lacrosse match ihai is to take both Damascus and Beirut, and minor
place 'his evening a, Queen's park ones at Gaza, Beersheba, Jaffa, Hebron,
between the Wesl lind Intermediate I Haifa, Tiberias, Tyre. Sidon, Has-
and the Brownsville teams. This will beyeh, in the Lebanon, and Baalbek.
be the second game of the city league The Turkish officers Btationed al Jem-
and as both teams ai'e in tllie eundi- saU-ni are said to be capital fellows,
tion. a swift game is anticipated. The Their kindness and courtesy lo all for-
d isky warriors of Brownsville are de eigners and visitors, although il has
termined ihat they shall take back ihe nol Beldom been repaid by abuse, are
scalps of the West Bnders when they invariable. To keep things as lively
return to their tepees. The West a.s possible in the otherwise somewhat
Enders are Jusl as determined that the dismal city, they have a band playing
visitors shall not handle the rubber every afternoon in the square before
any more than is absolutely necessary, ihe Tower of David and twice a week
and with such a difference of opinion in tlie public gardens outside the city
good lacrosse can be expected this walls. The Turkish officer always
evening. W. Marshall will defend looks smari and neat, but Ihe private
net in place of Mun, neither eaivs nor is obliged lo take j
at  Chilliwack  at  pres- the smallest interest in his appearance.
���:���-..   West  En
who   is   away
ent.
W< 91  End.
He may be seen wearing   odd    shoes |
Brownsville.
Goal
W.   Marsha'.!
D. Digby  . . .
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Point.
Cover Point.
First I), fence.
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or none, in a dusty uniform, ragged j
and buttonless. His uniforms, which I
are made in Constantinople and Dam-'
aseus, are evidently all of one size, to
.('. Johnny which he has to accommodate himself
as besl  he can.
...J. Poinl     The soldier   is well    fed. receiving
two   rations  a   day���two   pounds  ;<i_
,W. Francis ounces of bread and rice soup in the
Second Defence. morning, and al nlghl meat, rice, and
-y    11. Louis   vegetal,les;  twie,   a  Week also he gets
Third Defence. a pudding   mad,-   of   "Bmeed"    nine
S ngster  A. Felix Hour,   cooked  with sugar and  butter.
Centre.. The  process of rationing is  peculiar.
W.  Turnbull    I-'.   Pierre  The food for the day is all purchased
Third  Home. by iln- orderly officer, who proceeds to
L. Turnbull  W. Johnston market, accompanied by ihe doctor to
Second Home. examine the meal and soldiers to carry
H. Johnson   II. Thomas lhe purchases back to barracks. 11,  al-
First  Home. so   superintends   iln-  cooking  of  din-
W.   :     ison    W. Basil ners.  Each soldier is entitled to one
Outside Home. pound   seven  ounces  of  good   mutton
F. Henry  A. PL-ier daily, and before 'he f,������l is portion-
Inside Home, ,,l oui ihe commandant has to inspect
G. Spring A. Johnny ami taste it.
  The officers drill their men daily un-
Public School  Boys Win. iii noon, and once a week march them
Two baseball teams representing the out into the open country. They hav,
j,ul,lie    school   and   ihe   high    school occasional rifle  practice on the Plain
clashed yesterday evening on the oval (;:'  Rephalm,  between  Jerusalem   and
: ��� Queen's park, and after a very good  Bethlehem, and  Ihere are spring and
game,  ihe   public school   boys  retired  autumn  manoeuvres.  Bul  the Turkish
victors  by  a   score  of   1:1   to   12.    The   soldier is taken  tor so many other du-
game was pretty even throughout, and ties���nighl    watchman,   tax collector,
righl up to ihe last innings the issue policeman, domestic maid-of-all-work���
was in doubt.    As a combination, the  ,ll;lt    it is hardly    surprising    if    he
high school had a shade the better of knows little of his own.
it,   am   Sharp,-,   who  pitched   for  the      The Private soldier's pay is one mete   school   proved   too   tricky  f0rUeedah <87 cents) a month. Payment is
ihem, and    the catcher had    a much 'rregular, and although on great feasts
ter  time  than   the   batsman,   who hl' is supposed to be paid off to the
��� nol see the ball coming his way. lasi   para, it is too often deferred or
\;r for Sharpe's splendid pitching, the laPfles altogether. Good Service, wheth-
-     3chool are confident thai the re- "'' ''>' offlcer or Private, is rewarded bj
t  .    would   have  been   different,  and Promotion, and all ranks enjoy the pri-
the   circumstances,  they    ar   Ul,'~r  of travelling al   half rates by
proud of the showing made. land or sea- Offences by privates are
I up i:, the fo],owlngI punished  by conflnemenl  in barrack.
or by  bastinado. Officers are tried by
Hi-    S,   ool���Sharpe, pitcher:  Hun- court-martial, and  for grave offences
-���   I, .-:;   Ward!,-,  firs;    base;   may be punished by the cutting off of
Trapp,     cond base; Munn -bird base;   the  tassel  of the    fez and   aismissa
:     -     short   stop;   Hill,    rightfield
.  from the service; for a smaller offence
,,.,-, fjt | , officer is deprived of his sword and
Public    School-Swanson,    pitcher; l!'*orations, confined to barracks, and
' er;  H. Gifford, flrsl :io;  saluted- However he is never im-
.1. Gifford, second  base;   G.  Bi- K'*on--l "���' -'"-'"i.l-.l.	
, tl     I   ,ase;   Erne t, shortstop;
V. Debe,             Beld;  W. Day, center- JJ       /^T)    A   "%/ T7
field; K. McGowan, leftfleld. JT .     ^ J_V-_^.I-V_L, .
J. Weav, r, urn
Can't  Pull  Jeff Out.
D     ���   ,-,    the v< t, ran train ir,
i<  . ssively handled three world's
ons    S illlvan, i! n betl and Jef-
ii'l in private conv,
was a isolutely no pos-
ol Jeff's ev,i  returning to the
��� ���  contrary  not-
: -...    i leli a, 5   says   the   big
l] :���. :;,,!,.     COD    '
o I, ol exl t, nee, on
i  ;. Los Angeles, to    ev r
ol again undergo-
ol   raining,
io world's goods to
,f liv-
lance ,,:' hii lif, . and any
o, no matte - whal it may
a  his ease and
o
al    opinion
M   ���  S tou.ghes1 pro-
adv    In I he i ing and    is de-
he next    world's champion, 'i'i,!- oi,),,ion. from such a source,
.- ���', be worth som< Ihing.
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with 10 years experience. Later was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage. Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Ji,,ors from Geo, Adams Grocery
PROFESSIONAL
BASEBALL    RESULTS.
New   York,   May   30.���Today's   bas,
��� I  as  I',,'lows:
Eastern   League.
Al  Buffalo   Buffalo, 2; Montreal, 1.
Al  Providence���Baltimore, 4; Providence, 3.
Al   ,; m h,   '<,    Rochest, r, 3;  Toronto, l.
Al J-,  ej City���Jersey City, 8; Newark, 7.
Al Newark���Jersey City, 5; Newark,
MARTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices; New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24; 445 Granville street. Joseph Martin, K. C, ...
W. Weait, W. G. McQuarrie, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wiili be in th?
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
street, opposite Court House, New
Westminster. J, H. Bowes, P. O. Box
241.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia Btreet, New Westminster.
W. .1. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
New World's Record.
New York, M 30, A new world's
record al pole vaulting was established
today by A. C. Gilbert, of Yale, al the
Decoration Hay track and li, Id athletic
games of the North American A. (.'., al
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
loan.
PEORGB E. MARTIN, Barrister and
** Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. O.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal  lands  may    be    purchased  at $io per acre  for soft coal
and   $20   for   anthracite.      Not   more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual  or   company.      Royalty   at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner's certificate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $".50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocatcd within ten miles
of a mining recorder's ofiice, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $3.
At least $100 must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, tlie
locator may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2$. per cent, of the sales
of  the  products  of  the   location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being 100
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of  the  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and stib-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
'length, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek or
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
I length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-
! put on which no royalty shall be
\ charged the rest of the party ordin-
1 iry claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
I of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
jeet to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar digging? or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five mile*
but where a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac
tion thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
I per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output  after it  exceeds  $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
, in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grrnt
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the   same   creek,   gulch   or   river,   by-
giving notice and paying a fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A certificate that work has been
not, the claim shall be deemed to be
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and the remainder ��f the
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
Dept. Interior.
Great Northern Ry. j
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY.
; ! Canadian Pacific Raihv��. v n   1
Britlbh  Columbia Coa.t Lli,
Daily I NEW Daily
Leave| WESTMINSTKR| Arrive
9:20am!Blaine, Belling-|3:0U pm
4:35 pml
Burling-|9:35pm
Mt.   Ver-:
ham
ton, ^^^^^^
non, Everett,
Seattle aud
jPortland.
4:35 pmlSpokane, St.
|Paul and all
points  East.
'3:00 pm
9.20 um'Anaeortes,
IWoolley,     and
 [Rockport.	
3:00 pm Vancouver
9:35 pmj
3:00 pm
9:20 am
|4:35 pm
<ij._-��
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 IS years of age, to;
the extent of one-quarter section of
ICO acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land ofiice for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there-:
with under one of the following plans. ���_
(1) At  least  six  months'  residence,
upon  and  cultivation  of  the  land  in
each year for three years.
(2) If 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
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
fcr.
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth,  Chicago, St.
Louis and all  points East.
For complete information,
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
-'rvice.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change witnout
ALASKA ROUTE
Princess Beatrice
Leaves Vancouver
28th.
VANCOUVER,
notice.)
May  r ;
and
VICTORIA   SEA.TTlr
ROUTE. fc
Princess Victoria.
Leaves  Vancouver daily
VICTORIA      NEW
:...
WESTMINSTER I
ROUTE. '
S. S. Rithet
Leaves New Westminster at 7
on Wodnesday and Saturdc
' a, in.
ays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Sat. I
urday and Sunday al 1:30 p. ;,,  g.,
urday at 2:30 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves  Victoria at  11   p. ���,, on 1st
7th, 19th and 20th of each month for
Ashousit and  way  points;   ieaves Vic-
toria on lhe 7, and 20, for Quat Inoand
I way   points.  Leaves  Victoria ,,n 20th
of each month for Cape Scott and Waj.
points including Quatslno.
*���-
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE,
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New  Westminster ,,ii Mo_.
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesd ,. .  Thursday
and   Friday   at  3   p,   in.  and   Sal
al 2 p, in. with additional trip en .Monday at 5 a. in.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Sat irday at
7 a. 111.; Friday at 6 a. 111. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. 111.
UPPER   FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westmin ter, 1, :,;,
Mondays,   Wedne da;, S  an :   ���
^^^^^^^^^ 1 Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m,
Seattle and Eastern Canada,   Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling at
also with   Steamers   at   Fort   landings   between   New   w,
William.     Imperial Limited and chilliwack.
leaves at 17:20. northern b
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Double Through Fast Train Service Daily with Dining Cars,
Sleepers and Tourist.
Atlantic Express leaves at
7:25, connects with trains for
For rates and other particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster.
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
Route
Seven   hundred  miles   of   magnificent
river  trip.    Empress ol'  Britain  sails
from Montreal for Liverpool Jim,- 23rd.
For other dates and rates a],ply to
ED.  GOULKT,
G. j. . K. Agent.
New Westminster.
^^^^^^^^^      C. ROUTE.
S.   S.  Tees
Leaves Vane,,:,, er a, 2 p ' . 2nd
and lGth of each month, calling at
Skid-gale on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure  are  approximate,
For   reservations   and   information i
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
!���:. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J, W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria,
W. H. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New Westminster.
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly (furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
Artistic
Effects
in home decoration need not be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
for furniture and pictures, can be
had at reasonable prices if you call
.... at ... .
HUDSON'S
Wall   Paper   Store
Sixth Street.
Royal Bank
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.   Reserve $3,437,162
Total Assets ?36,3/3,&/..
Branches and correspondents in
all the principal cities ct tlie world.
General   banking  business transacted.
SAVINGS  DEHAKIIVItNI.
'1   opens an account.    Interest added
lalf yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
)pen   Saturday   nights   Trom a  to 9
o'clock
NEW   WESTMINSPEK   BRANCH
F. B.  Lyle,  Manager.
Bank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Incorporated by act or parliament
CAPITAL (All paid upj.. .$14,mm,DOO
RESERVE FUND if 10,000,000
Trains & Steamers
C. P. It. MAIN LINK.
Leave New Westminster 7.25 d
j Leave New Westminster 17.20 dally.
I Arrive  New  Westminster 10.30 dally,
'.. Arrive  New  Westminster  19.10 daily;.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N  VV. 20.20,
C. P. R. WESTK. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25,
Ar.   N.   W.  9.15,   10.30,  19.10,  20.20,
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
Lv. N. W. !)._0
.; ar. Sear::,
Ut. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal,  G.C.M.G,...llon  President
Hon. Sir G. A. Drtiminond, President
E.   S.   Clouston,   Vice   President  and
General Manager.
General hanking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities
In Canada, in London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. Jonn, Nfld.,
and correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dept.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G. D. Brymner, Manager.
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
Merch
hant Tailor
Columbia Street.     *
Full line of English, Scor.cn and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always in stock
Soring  stock  now  in.    MnKo   votir
ejection.       :~ri'kl_�����_HfflHn
Lv. N. w. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.: ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
l.v. Seattle, 4.34 p. m., ar. N. W. 9,35,
p.m.
V.,  W.  &   V.���VANCOFVKU
Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and !).::.", p.m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.ii",., and -1 p,m,
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. O.UO a.m.; ar. tiuiciion
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon 2.10 p.m.; ar. N. W.
9.35 p.m.
Mondays onlv.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
I.v. New Westminster 5.50, 6,50, 1
and 8 a. m., nnd every half hour thereafter till 11 j,. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster ��
same hours.
Fraser River ancl_Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frld.      ;1'
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., I ;:K
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri.,
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
Prom N. W. daily, ex. Sat. ami
3 jr. m.; Saturday 2 p. in.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m. .
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m-'
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rithel���,
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a-0.
n.m.
Sim.,
Mail Service
Received.
8.20 I'-"1'
Close.
Seattle, via Sumas.10 pm.
Sap'n & Millside..lo.ou p.m
Vancouver 10.00 p.m
Cloverdale, Blaine, ion-ni
Seattle, etc..   ..  8.45a.m.   i-"^
Van. & Cent. Park...l 0.30 a.m    '"���
Victoria 10.30 a.m.
East Burnahy  1-1d
Steveston, etc.... 1.30p.m.
Bast, vin C. P. It...4.45 pm.
Mast, via C. P. R..10.00 p.m-
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..L45 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby..3.30 p.m.
Timberland, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m
10.30 ,'t''
9.00 a.m-
i n.iin n.m,
1.20 I','11'
10 30 a.m-
7.10 P-111-
10.30 a.w-
7.10 P-m-
fl.00 P-nl-
12.00 m-
A
mursuay
l._b  |  X-.8  |     8.31  |  a.'J |
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I Im'ts Llne^-Servico rrom
1,9-1 SECBET   SOCIETIES
Don'
no. 9. a. f. & a. m. JUNE WEDDING
UN meeting    ������' ,,,,,-, ,      ,
B
���  Wedneua"
o'clock p. in.. 11,
Temple.    Sojouriiing
oi dially Invited to al
DeWolf Smith
LOVELY
CHINA
u0MON  LODGE, NO. 17, A.
}'���'���" Regular  communica
,- bold on the
li   ".", i;  month  ii.
I,    at 8 p. .m.   Visit-
���   cordially  Invited
,,. w. Gilchrist, Sec.
 AT
Ini
to a
.AVAL CITY   PRECEPTORY,No.4oS
RU1 .,   j-   0f i., me 'is  Becond  and
Friday o( each month, al  8
0 ange   hall,   corner  of
L..," ���venue and John street..    So
burning Sir  Knights   cordially   luff to attend.   W. E. Dunlop, W.
J,.   h. E, Matthias. Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE   LODGE,  NO.  1150
^-Meets  in   Orange  hull   first   and
turd Friday in < ach month at s p.
���el hren are cordially
;: nd.   E. E. Matthias,
w M.; ��������� Humphries, Rec.-Sec
. c   F,_AMITY   LODGE, No. 27���
rpj,. ' !l :'.    - B    Oi     thiS    I"        ���
��� [lows' hi 11, (
ev, ning,
; Visiting bi ithren cor
to attend,   S. J. May,
.    i oath an,. Rec.-Sec,
. -  L,  w���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
'_t. ' ���   Qrsl and third Tues
month.       Vil
Invited to attei
V 0. U. W. hall, Odd-
, |    i lai,    ,n streel   C
:,, order;   Louis Wit:.
��� . : n.
FOSE  OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
115, SONS  OF   ENGLAND.   B.   S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fou-     Wednesday of each month,
p, Hall, Columbia SL, al
S p. I,:.. White Rose Degree, Fourih
lay   in    each month, same
place.    Visiting Brethren
Invited.      E.   B.   Stinch-
coni'.--   Pres., 11. Disney, Secretary,
MOREY'S (���'""fa s-.
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings Streel W., Vancouver
Commercial, Pitman and Gregg Short-
/n ���', ._Te.leg"iphj and En^neering
^ilVl'v.������"'':imi Stationary) Courses.
-III. BESl of cours, . the BEST of
teachers (eight) and the BEST of
salaries.
R. J. SPROTT, B.A., Principal,
H. A. SCRIVEN, I        -. .-. Principal
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarv��n SL, brim 1Mb and Minis.
BIG WANTS
Lost
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1,   70
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LOST���I; :    .       v. [th whi
che ���
'"ie!.'     v    ,1. Matheson, Cu
To Let���Two Furnished rooms
b.    Willi or  Wlthoul   board.
62!   Queei ��nue.
Wanted 2000 Cords ol Hemlock B -
at th, '' ��� River Tannery, Ltd.
taken in lots from 25 cords up. For
particulars applj to the manager ai
or P. O. box 187, New
Wesl mie-
For Sale���Modern 7-roomed house on
fine corner In Wesl  End;  two lots
ad fraii trees, Cheap. Appl;
X, this  offlce,
"13"  AND  -23"  HOODOO.
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which
enough
o
her it
I    said,
e.
fl o    "        do   i u    ���
-���in police couri this n i
lng, stopping now and ,,i
Id head and murmer; "i in i
Buoh a business!" ed chestnuts, who come l'1'"1"  '^"
Markowitz's wife    was M ae;   of th�� goatherds, who hawl
who tad a  pari  In    For    Five their n b n      hi   -  vis. who are
Breton   peasants,  and  of many  other
i rades.
The  Paris  Cabman.
li  is a peculiar!
vlsll or    who    | ���
��� li to tell one dialed fr m ai
hav,   noticed,      'u all
PRESTON REFUSES
TO DISCLOSE NAMES
Secretary of the High Commissioner's
Office ip  London   Is Heard
From.
A
hinese  S
From 1 5c. up.
�� A TRIAL.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
COURT BRUNETTE.  No. 4099,  I.O.F.
���W I ���   Fourth Friday in the
_ ���   o'clock,   in   the   small
I Ifellows'   block.     Visiting
: ������     en are coi dlallj invited to a1
J. B. Rushton, C. R.;  F. P.
Ua       .. lt. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBI A. No. 880S.
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
he! I on l he Second
and! rth Tu, sda; s ��� :' each month
al ' n . in Hie Oddfellows' i
VI Brethren  are cordlaly  in
vited      attend.   E. C. Firth, C. R.;
Y. P. Maxwell. Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesd
:.' , clo,!. p. nt., in Oddfellows
B Columbia street. Visiting
Bretl -, an cordially invited to attend. .1. S. Bryson, S. C; J. McD.
1 . Sec.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month In
K. of P. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief; J. .1. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westmln-
Bti r B iard of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each montb.
Quarterly meetings on ihe' second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at. S p. m.
Annual meetings on tho second
Wednesday of February. New
- rs   may    be   proposed    and
elected ai anv monthly or quarterly
'"  ting.   A. E. White. Sec.
�������������������������������������������������������������������������
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES  McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New Westminster,  B. C.
STOP
and look at the fresh
stock of homemade candies���fresh daily. Bruit
of all kind, Ice Cream etc.
Fresh Strawberries and
Pine Apple	
R. C. PURDY,
N<-.   Tram Office, Columbia St.
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FACTORY|
S. G. TIDY,    !
 FLORIST
Plants and Annuals  of Jail  kinds,   cut
flowers ami floral designs.   Dahlias
50c per dozen.
Telephone A.184 or address 4th Avenue
and 10th Street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia St.
Baggae     lelivered    promptly  to any
part ot lhe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office 'Phone 185.      Barn rnone 187
FOR SA LE���An invalid's chair. Appl>
Coi    Fourth St. and   Eighth Ave.
AUCTION SALE OF NEW
WESTMINSTER CITY LOTS
>	
,       of New
,    sale by
i ubllc Mots a    within the
Lh,        . city.
���
a number of
3 ears and have bei.. rred to the
the title to them having been obtained under the "Quieting Titles Act"
and :   in   the   name   of   the
t Ity.
The title   is therefore   unimpeach-
and the city will transfer all lots
to ihe purchaser by deed warranting
the title.
The upset price has been sel  only
-���     ��� B view to cover the amount due
to the city, but  in every case is far
below the actual value of the property,
A map showing the exacl location
ich lot offered Cor sale has been
.   ,: the City Hall and may be
consulted   at   any  time  during  office
hours.     Catalogues  may   also  he  obtained    on  application  to the    Citj
��� , urer.
The     sale   wid   lake   place  in     the
,, uncil chamber, Cltj Hall, at 1 p. m.
on  Friday. June 1,  1906.
Terms of sale:   Cash.
N.   H.  McQUARRIE,
City Treasurer.
5-19-St.
Notice to Water Consumers
The city  water will   be turned  off
froftu 8 a, m. to Hi a, in. on Tues,lav.
the 29th inst.   This will onlj  affeel
that   porl ion of the city  above Third
avenue, ,-ast of Sixth street,
W. A. DTJNCAN,
City Clerk.
Land for Sale
I have ninety acres of land for Bale
at Tori Kells, seventy live acres of
rich bottom land secure above hlghesl
freshet, Fifteen acres of bench land,
good frull land. I'ri, $2,700, half cash.
balance to be arranged. At the easl
, nd of the land then- i., a saw mill going up. The di'd Northern Railway is
a; the wesl end, This is tin- cheapest
buy in this district, Vpply
JOHN  CREAN,
Guichon Hotel,
��� I',,,,   Broadwaj "  \
ed   in   e,,,iri,    sh.,  wa-   tall ;ooi
.,,,1 well dressed and wo \ ������.,,.
ble   jewelry.    Markowitz, who
lives ������   438  Wesl  one Hundred and
, complained   thai she
!  :.NS:,,il;e,l him.   _1   firsl  Mag
Mayo did noi understand from the tea-
��� Imonj I hal : h, , ��i r, married and
when he asked ii they were, Markowitz shrugged his i h, replied:
"Marrie I, judge! Why, wher, do you
"Well,  I hav,   a  mart    on  mj  hip.
.    ihe ha,I,It,in,    M
"Shov the judge, show  ii  to
I he j.: '��� I ��� while
strate blu I    h,   wo
Th, !'.   u a    _ i
ctlon of the mark.
According  ii, the man  ihe v
ced to hin, bj as,
Then \-. ��� r,   married in a sj nagog a,  a1
13 Pik,   sl ,'-'���   i rn theii  w, dding tour
they wenl to Philadelphia and Marko-
osl  fainted when th,   bi   boj
wed them to room 23.
in addition io that, he added, a, At-
lanl ic Cii v. w ],, re I i , irlj in
their married life, the hoodoo still pursued them, foi' lo! the room dooi was
numbered  13,
"Those numbers, those numbers!"
said Markowitz, "Ach, Whal a sham,-'
Believe me, judge, I'm a true man."
The woman said she had not been
happj either, and thai she had been
deceived as ',> the age of her spouse,
believing him to be "fi years old. when
in reality, she added, she had a wejl-
defined suspicion thai he was aboul a
i.   May  30.   Th"
->da;.   disci W. T. R.
1 ' "'""" ,'!'",n ,l! 'artjP       ,,;   [rom   thi   wl ������ ��� d and
ol the country. Th- same thing is true  6 -  motto  Duncan Ro
oi  coal merchants and of dealers In the evidence to the house, in
cluding   his    refusal   to disclose   the
North Atlantic Trading
'"-.    Mr. Preston gave th,   Public
Accounts  nmittee   rathei    a lively
and his ivfusal to ans-
wer a quel Ion or Mr. Baker's
how manj members of the North At-
lai Trading company were previously engaged directing continental emigrants to Canada led io the reference
The eai, drivers' land is probably lif-
tle knov a to Englishmen, h is down
in the Eve; i'on, and Ro lez is iis eap-
iial, a  liny   village,  where th,- worsl
language and  the  bet arts in    all ol   i        matter   to  ihe    house.    Mr.
Prance are to b,   C i. The elde I of '���        ''��� secretarj of the high eo,,
each  family  in  Roden  takes the land  sioner's office in London, told ihe com-
and tl ':,i, a.    The old folks  tnlttee  thai   copies of  Preston  le  ���
,   wiii,  him until  their death, and  '"  Enni-s    wer,   I ,laced    ln his
the younge  ones go to P   Is and drive  (Griffith's)  hands by Jury, the C
cabs, dian  Immigration  agenl  ai   Liverpool.
For    e       thej   drive aboul   in    all  Witness communicated  th Lord
iplng togethi m        " hcona, wl,,, refused to tak, c
until they have garnered enough to go Cl "' ''"" copy, Griffith then w,,ni
hom,   and  |,;t   for  their boa ��� Ennis for the original, and accepted
ag  for    the r alnder   of their Ml"  ,'"n   responsibility  for  the  lett, ���
.  go wiih ih,, elder br,  hei   ):'  wrote the lal
- a notarj  he firsl day or ,1,.      ���       "There was a proposal," added Grit-
turn In,in,- an,I sign a deed bj  which  fi'h. "to do something contrary to the
he is hound ,,, keep them for thi    re-  i,!   ""notions  -if  thi   governmenl    and
mainder of th, ir days in idleness in v. hing whieh ir, Inimical to the in-
mm for their savings. tere I   of th,.  government,  and 1  fell
There is an old priesl in Rod,-/, who perfectly Justified in taking the course
thoroughlj understands his flock. He I did. For that course I am answers
never asks them to enter ih,- church. ,'1 "-x chief, nnd I may say if 1 had to
hut ohais with them Outside it. and do th,- thing over again I would adopt
preaches informal sermons as ho almost precisely Hie sanie course I
ihinks fii. A few days ago a deputation  have taken."
of the men took him a plaster Btatuette Griffith was asked to tell the story
of St. Fiarce (falsely believed to be of his quarrel with Preston, bui pul
the cabmen's patron sninll. whose the committee off by saying it grew
rake��� for St. Fiacre was really a gar- out    of many    trivial    circumstances.
dener ihey had cut away, and Bnbsii- Oriffi'h denied charging first-class rail-
tuted a tiny cabman's whip. way fare against the Canadian govern-
_ o  ment when he actually traveled thlrd-
Freshly  made  candy every   day  at  plriss-
the  Star  Candy  Factory next to De- ��
Crey's barber shop.
Mutual   Life   Frauds.
Fork, May 30.���The   Tribune
PURE GOODS ARE
COWan'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallions, Etc,
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU
c.
ft ,��� purest   of  pure sweets.
I    and invites the public to call
J       and see  the candy made
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:h Fruit in Season.
T     i
4 1weive years  experience in  the
��� candy  trade.
I    The proof 0{ t_hP pU(]fijng is jn
J the eating.
|   Next Door DeGrey's Barber Shop.
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Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINHI A.nu BiNGINB
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKiDU-J and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental Iron Worn, including
Fences, dates, Fire hiscapes, etc.
Mail or,lers and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGB1E HTHJ-iCX'.
Vow Westminster. f. O. 474.
elyea & Co.
General Ilanling and  Delivery.
Heavy  Hauling (JUT Bpecailtf.
Wood and Coal
Dealers
Columbia St, below Tram Office.
Telenhona iao.
Shingle and Saw Mill
Machinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
New
says:
The special grand jury in its investigation of The Mutual Life insurance
company's affairs obtained evidence
Monday thai many thousands of dollars were taken annually for twenty
years from the treaSurj of the company by means of fake bills, purporting io be for printing and supplies
for the company furnished through
the firm of (i,org,- McKibben ,�� Co.,
bookbinders, of No, 36 Park street.
Part of the evidence was furnished
by George McKibben, head ol the firm,
who was a witness yesterday afternoon.
1, was said about the criminal court
building that the unearthing of such
proofs of fraud probably would result
in Indictments againsl former officials
of 'he Mutual, who had guilty knowledge of the fraud. The entire amount
of money taken from the Mutual's
treasury in such fashion, ii is believed,
amounl,-d   to   more  than   ?1,000,000.
An oflieial of the Mutual says that
since the change of administration a
saving of ?lon,nun a year to the company in the expenses of the company's
Office building on Nassau street had
been effected by ordinarj methods of
economy.
A saving of $15,000 a year in the
cost of coal burned in the buildings'
steam plant was obtained merely by
changing the size of the coal.
oyE ��� 'El^   ������ mS
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Farr>'ly Trade a Specialty.
el' 113- Office,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   Et.   C.
....CALL ON....
r.A-Muir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster, ��� ��� - B. C.
3a  Beginning February 15, '06 ll
i*m >���_
f  Through
Tourist
k  Sleepers
You Buy "B. C."
or "Old Sport" Cigars
You do ihe wise thing. Its tempting
flavor will surely win your favor. Manufactured by���
W1LBERG & WOLZ.
Factory and Offlce, Prine Block,
WWW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J'""':  ^2��M_
-   Every Day in the Year
I     Between Seattle and Chicago
-VIA TIIE
Great Northern Railway
The Comfortable Way" Route of the Famous OnentalLimited
For detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
Tide Table   Fraser River
For Week Emi
.ing June 3.
NEW WESTMINSTER	
Date
High        Low
Water      Water
Time       Time
7.25
3.45
I
23.10
|   16.55
Tu_pday    1
&.16
|     4.45
1
23.50
|    17.40
Wednesday    |
!
9.36
|      5.50
18.00
0.80
|      7.110
1
11.15
|    1S.50
Friday    |
1.10
L3.05
8.15
1
I   10.35
Saturday    |
1.45
|     9.15
1
1 1.35
20.20
Sunday    i
2.25
15.55
1      8.35
1
|    21.25
SAND HEADS.
Date
High Water
Time |H'ght
Low Water
TimejHght
Mon,lav    ....
6.4,4
| 10.1
3.15 | 9.4
22.27
| 12.-1
14.26 | 2.5
Tuesday   	
7.34
|    9.6
4.16 | 9.2
23.09
| 12.4
15.13 | 3.1
Wednesday  ,|   8.54
9.1 j
5.19. | 8.6
| 23.49
| 12.3
16.05 | 3.8
Thursday    ..| 10.36
1
|    8.8
1
6.17 | 7.7
17.04 | 4.6
Friday    |   0.28
| 12.4
7.09 | 6.6
| 12.25
|    8.9
18.11 | 5.1
Saturday   ...|   1,08
| 12.6
7.56 | 5.2
| 18.61
|    9.7
19.19 | 6.0
Sunday    I   1.44
| 12.8
8.40 | 3.7
15.08
1 10.6
20.22 1 6.6 THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, MAY m
The Cash Store
CORSETS
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So much has been snid���and rightly���about the comfort of D. & A.
corsets that som, women don'i realiz.- that the fashionable lines
in them are quit,- as strong a poinl as the comfort.
[f you have had a new dress made 'his spring, the besl thing to
do it you want to trj thi D. & V is to ask our corset expert, to
choose the exactly suitable sty'.,- for you.
Then you ai\ sure of being at once down to the minute and comfortable, sine, all the spring models of this corse, show the tapering
waist demanded by the present fashion.
Our prices are not al all high either. D. k A. Bias fitting corsets,
with hoe,   supporters attached to sides.
Special at $1.00
Other   qualities. $1.23. $1,50.  $2.C0. $2.50 and $3.75.
EMPLOYEES MOVE DP
IN B.C.E.R. CO. SERVICE
S. H. Franklyn Succeeds D. J. McQuarrie and   S.  Gregory  Succeeds
D. A. Shiles.
Th,    appointments   thai   have
Pending tor some time In the offlci -
of the    B. C.  Electric Railway    Co.,
were    officially announced    yesterdaj
afternoon,  and   will  come Into effect
on   June   1.    Georgt   H.   Franklin  has!
been   appointed   agenl   In   Vancouver,
succeeding .1. McQuarrie, recently appointed local manager in place of F.,
R. Glov.r. resign* 1.   Mr. Franklin has!
been assistant agenl in the Vancouver
office for the lasi  four years, and is
therefore     familial     with     the    work;
which he will undertake on Friday.
Th,- vacancy caused by the retirement of D. A. Shiles has been fill* I
by Sidney Gregory, and the appoint-]
menl is one that is giving satisfaction
to all parties. Mr. Gregory is one of
the oldest conductors In the emploj
oi the cm],any. having been over
twelvL, years on th, road. He is well
and favorably known to the travelling
im!,lie, and is very popular with all
his fellow employees, who rejoice with
him on the promotion whieh has fallen
to   his   lot.
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Ice Cream
freezers
Anderson & Lusby
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Every day I rings on - nearer  the   time th,
divssrs are a necessit;   fi r c imfort.
Now is the time to think aboul  whal you will
many fabrics shown ai  this season.
Our wasli goods section offers a varii I   ������ :
a li rge range of prices.
10c,   I2%c,   15c,  2oe.  25c, 30c   to  50c  per  yard.
colors that  will stand the  wash tub pro," .,
n   whi!
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1 Fire Insurance. Life Insurance. I
We have been appointed agents for the Union  Assurance  s,
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of London, England, which has Been carrying on fire insurance I |
���J��  since 1714 A. D., and which has a capital and accumulated   funds of !���!
J*!  $20;000,OUU. >J
h The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance record-       !���!
I*!   Dec. 31st, 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $60,400.   I'rem. $22,9E, ���, M
"      1900 Assurance in force 51,792,500. Premiums $ 62 605 96 SI
1901 " " 2,554,904. " 920293(1 >!
"      1902 " " 3,425,897. "        126 69521 _
"      1903 " " '4,086,112. "        150,644*6  5
1904 " " 4,509,754. "        ],���;. .-:'-���:���;
roZEI, McQUARRIE & CO., "tJSSJlH
186   Columbia   Street, NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C. _
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Queer  Freaks in   Etiquette.
When the  youthful    king of Spain
was twelve years of age he one daj
had the misfortune to slip   and    fall
down a flight of the pal axe steps,   ine
fall would very probably hav,- been attended   with  fatal  results had  it    not
been  for a   servant  who extended    a
kindly hand and saved his young master by breaking the fall.    But by   a
stringent rule of Spanish etiquette no  produced involving his client,
servant may dare touch the sacred_per-      Mr.   Mclntyre in   beginning his   ad
sou ,,:' the king,    and  tor this    very  dress complimented the Calgary polic,
"grave" offence the servant    wa
once dismissed from his position.
By  a  remarkable law  of royal  eti
OVER EVIDENCE w. IN. Draper
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(Continued   from   First   Page.)
sistants to track them for three days.
At the conclusion  of Mr,  McLean's
address Attorney .1. D. Swanson spoke
on   behalf  of  his   client   ColQUohoun,
claiming   that   no   evidence  had   been
a1
Too much care can't be exercised in selecting a suitable covering
for corsets. Much time might be profitably spent in selecting from
our's. Some are of Nainsook, Cambric. Lawn, etc., very nicely trimmed and prices ar,
35c, 50c, 75c and  $ 1 .OO
T. H. Smith
illicit'', which has existed for a number of years at the Court of Siam. no
person i.s permitted to she],
apartment situated above thai occupied by the king. A deliberate bleach
of this rule has on more than one occasion bei n punished by death. Recently wln-n the King of Siam paid a
visit to Paris a number of bedrooms
were reserved, directly above that in
which the king was to have slepi for
the dusky followers of the royal visitor. The blunder caused great conster-
until the matter was explained to the
management  and duly rectified.
It is a traditionary etiquette custom
in the Marlborough family for each
duke to presenl a Blenheim spaniel to
the duchess when she enters Blenheim
Palace for the first time as its mis-
ir. ss. The story from which this custom has its origin is 1 hat during the
for the fair evidence given by them.
"The prisoners and myself have every
reason to feel grateful to the mounted
police and we have nothing to Bay
in an except as to the many kindnesses we
have  reeived  from  them."
Hu   reminded   the   jury   they   Were
trying three men for a robbery committed in  Canada  and  were not   hereto  do  scavenger  work  for the   I'nited
Slates  detectives.    Shorty  Dunn's  re-
! marks:   "It   is   all   up   boys"  referred
: to crimes committed in  Montana and
'other places.   Mr. Mclntyre denounced
: the sweat box proceedings allowed by
the police.    The evidence of McQuarrie was fiercely attacked, the attorney
saying it could not possibly be true.
i The. difference   in   the-  size,  age   and
general appearance of the accused and
of the  description   given   in   the   placards  offering the  rewards was  com-
i mented on in closing.
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stove?, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
Mr, Justice Irving in his charge to
battle of Blenheim a spaniel followedI the jury made it very plain that in his
at the heels of the great duke through opinion Edwards, Dunn and Colqtto-
mii the day. never leaving him until
victory was assured.
WILL TURN WATER ON
TOMORROW MORNING
Mayor and Aldermen Will Witness the
Fi'ling   of  the   New
Reservoir.
�����   ' he   ie w   reservoir
irned on tomorrow morning al
The  mayor  and  aldermen
Fakir at Work.
Information, was received yesterday
by the chief of police that a man has
recently been solicitng subscriptions
around New Westminster and district
tor the Ladies' Horn,- Journal and the
'Saturday Evening Post. The man
calls himself R. J. Field, and .sometimes VV. C. Thayer, and represents
himself as an agent of the United
News   company   of   New   York.    The
.    in a  body to witness  facl   thai   there  is no such  company
lie   big  pond  and  to   do,-s   not   stem   to   bother   him   in  the
n   the   work,  whichjleast.   His method is to travel around
luable  addition   to soliciting subscriptions for the publi-l
tem, and is
ticular  value this
���i -  are  thai   it
ason, and the
I, -i  by  the  n, w
ilntain   tin
������ ���
Chimney
Sweeping
cation.- |��� question.    He offers special I
inducements to subscribers, and generally  has several  copies of the latesl
Issue of each  on  hand, which he distributes to  people.    He also carries a
pi ' < r  magazine   rack,   which   he   offers   to
booksellers who will lake up an agency
_____ for these magazines. His game is to
obtain payment In advance and after
he has completely worked one dlstricl to move to another point, while
his victims weary themselves trying
to gel satisfaction oui of the mythical
United News company of New York.
; o	
Forgive Us, Ladies.
He held a  cage in his hand, and his'
expression was glad.
"Al  last," he said to the sad-faced
-ri,   ,, ���,       ,,                          .11 friend who joined him,   "I have been
The pioneer chimney sweeper of the ,,   ,    .-,,������            ,              -,
���    .,                                                             c able to tullil the    dearest wish    of mv
Northwest has arrived in the city and wlfe>8 ���,,���.,. sh(, haa always wanU.(1 J
- prepared to clean chimneys without   parrot, and now I've got one for her."!
causing any dirt.
Leaves orders at  No.
Holbrook   Hotel,
���MiY Hall or
Smoke Stacks Painted
J. F. RUTLEY
"Hope It'll have better luck than the
one I gave my wife," said the speaker's1,
gloomy friend.
"Why? What happened to it?"
"Don't   know  my wife, do von?"
"No."
"Neither did the parrot, it wanted
to talk during the daytime, and
couldn't gel a chance while my Wife
was about; so it stayed awake at
nights to do Its talking, and the poor
thing died of insonimia in two weeks." ;
Hello!
Got Through
House Cleaning?
Too bad those nice curtains and
carpets were not.put Into a house
of your own. Next time you attempt to "clean house" See that
it's your house, not the landlord's.
WE CAN SHOW YOU
Some great bargains in New Westminster real estate- Start to buy
now, don't wait ami tell your
friend, "We could have bought
that place for so and so much in
1905." Yes sir, your making the
mistake If you want a home or
good real estate investment, that
you  don't  buy now.
WeVe got something
to show you. Come
let's talk it over.
"We closed up Several more deals
last week."    Won't you be nt-xt.
All  Kinds of Insurance.
noun wei'e guilty. He pointed out the
direct evidence against Edwards and
Colquohoun and had the sheriff place
out for the jury's inspection the circumstantial evidence produced by the
prosecution. This consisted of the
boots that made the peculiar tracks.
masks worn, revolvers and bottles of
patent medicine stolen from the car
and found on Edwards and Colquohoun.
The    jury   retired   to consider    the
verdict  at G o'clock.
ALEX. SPECK
Sign   Man  on  Wheel.
Columbia St. N,w Westminster.
Is a
Bargain That
Is Second to
ie......
12 1-2 acres of rich
black loam land, two
acres cleared and in
potatoes. Twenty fruit
trees and patch of
strawberries. 10 acres
alder and easily cleared. House and bam,
Good water. Trice
only $550.
F.J.HaiUCo.
Limited.
Farewell to  Rector.
On the occasion of the retirement of
, the Rev. J. A. Seymour from the rectorship of St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal church, a farewell gathering of
the congregation was held on Tuesday
.evening, al which the rector was presented with an address and a gold
lockei inscribed "To Rev. J, A. Sc.v
niour. from St. Paul's K. l'l. Church,
New Westminster, May 29, 'an."
Th,- presentation was made by F, P.
Maxwell,  after  an   address  had   been
; read by .1. .1. Johnston. The Rev. A.
E. Vert, and Messrs. Johnston and
Maxwell, in the course of short
speeches complimented the retiring
rector oii ihe way in which he had endeared himself to liis congregation,
and wished him all success in his
new spin re.
Mr. Seymour briefly replied, thanking those present for the token of
esteem with which they had presented him, and assuring them thai he
would always look hack at the time
ihe had spent among them with feelings of pleasure.
Mr.   Seymour   leaves   shortly   on   a
visit to the East, after which he goes
to Dawson City to take charge of the
j work   of   ihe   Methodist   church.     He
will   be   succeeded   here  by  the   Rev.
; Mr.  Owen, formerly of Surrey Centre.
. o	
Crew Landed.
Puncha, Island of Madeira, May 30,
���The British steamer St. Oswald, arrived lure today and landed the crew
of the abandoned British schooner
Canadian, Capt, Connelly, from Cadiz.
May IJ for St. Johns, Newfoundland.
Invest in
Burnaby
WE have on our list 'desirable acreage in
Burnaby, in any size and situation required and at prices
and terms to suit all classes
of purchasers.
Five
to   city
$500.
acres
limits
close
onlv
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance & Real Estate
Agents.        Tel. 106. Columbia St.
2nd and 3rd Avenue Burnaby, Near City Limits,
Close to City Tram,
Six roomed house
and lot on Royal
avenue for $1 1 50.
$150 cash, balance
in monthly payments.
Six roamed cottage, all modern and
one acre of land on
fifth avenue. A large
quantity of fruit trees.
Good chicken houses.
Price $1000.
Several
houses to rent.
good
A. E. WHITE, 260 Columbia St.
Telephone 85.
Real   Estate   Brokers,
278  Columbia   Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Telephone   170.
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niainder of day.   Transfer ���� ^
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Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at. 7;80 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly curs will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service trom
C.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���mo transfer.
Between 1. and .'and f> nnd 7.
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service  half-hour!
tween 8 a. m.
and  10 P- '"��� *
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City and Sapperton. ���
Sapperton Llne-lb Minute Stfj ���
vice, except between U. J
2, and 5 and 7, during *"��� I i
hours    the
hall-hourly.
service   will   be*
Sunday  S'-rv,,.o   halt-nour'y he' j
and 11 I1- _
tween S a. m.
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