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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 89
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1906.
Hi CENTS PER WEEKS!
Jews Appeal to
for Help
FEAR RENEWAL
OF MASSACRES
ON LARGE SCALE
Ortle- Has Been Restored at Bialystok, Bul Activity of Terrorists Still Continues    In Spite of Official Attempts to Quel! the Storm, the Imminence of an Armed Uprising Is
Russia's One Topic.
GOOD NEWS FROM
THE MIDDLE WEST
1 FISHERMEN WILL
, ;.;���     .       tu   Dal!    Ti h
morning prinl   .   teli gram
Sun
. Vin
mber
on   Helsingfoi
oi on  .md Bigni
[c i   othei  .n'wisi
iai  parliamen
outbreak al  Ilia:    ��
L
beginning  ol  anfi
similar to the I
Only  energel *   aiefven."
p Bvenl   H   ten*
tropin    i'eril la imminen tj
enee   bo help ue j
e tele
ganlzed
v  Octo
-
Revolution  Is Glorified.
Moscow, .lum- .17.���The Immtnenci
Uprising   is   Ihe  one  BUb
conversation   in   tie    ne
public  gardens,    in  Bpiti
prohibition  bj   the    polici
madi up irom 8,000 to 10,006
��� held dall]   in "lu   suburbs.
bes*   revolulion li  [ lorifled.
ordered the boule-
M   occupied   bj   I roups    I
��� ven:   revolutionary   proces
:
Terrorists  Still  Active.
���    Juni    :7.    A   band  ol    ���
m irning  held up a  mail
������ ������ d    Kronsnlewice    and
Hodawi     Tiie   terrorists killed    the
li liorses and two so
- -������:-:nc  the van,  pll I
���   a   and   decamped.    Ai   !)
i -   evening   Ave   I
������    i   lolice officer and his
weri   walking In the
BB&sslnt esi   ied    The
saw  are uni ts        ai   al
��� is no Indication of an
��� Qtbreak.
Order  Has  Been   Restored.
���     via   Warsaw.   June   17
bei ii restored.   The thre*
������t here   by   the   lowei
' '        'i.mient  have arrived and
���'ii   in vest isration   of   the   dis-
'   Though ihe number of dead
,1'"    I ii   definitely   ascertained.
med several dozens of per-
" killed.
Officials Talk   of  Peace.
Petersburg,  .lime  17.���The pltl-
.' ib     tl   ti
���      ��� .
and no
mm.   is expected tdicaU
who are - ttisfli     tha   the autho ;
���''    b  control and will di   i   -
thing possible to preveni  a  renewal
Thi    confidence li
hi   gove 'noi
"    '-'"due      who   ii    haled   and     dls-
frusti bu i aucrats and who
after Investigating thi situation ai
Bialystok, took the unprecedented
ste] In order to preveni a spreai o
the massacres, of telegraphing the
authoritiei ol all town, within the
Jewish pale, denying the alleged of
'"''t epo 'ti thai in disorders were
dm- to the wanton throwing of bombs
al a Christian procession by Jewish
revolu lonii
Priests Calm the People.
Tl ;���  me:,sir;   aided bj the Catholic
clergj. who toda; tuselan
Poland addressed iheir congregations
imploring ihen   nol   o believi  ������������������
spread  broadcasl   for the purpose of
uf    u]   blood]   i xcess,  was    ef
licacious    in   calming    bhe    agiti  e
: ( I  -isiian   po
tion.    Tii.   Catholi '  i "saw can-
.   - icesslon
which  was bo havi   been held  today
in order bo avoid the chance of a eon-
.
Verge  of  Gigantic   Upheaval.
Tin- general  situation, however,  is
hourly   -    ������ , -.   mo 'i   disquieting and
the countrj se, ���  on the verge
��� ��� upheaval.   In St.
iOSOOV.   thi I     C
���    ������      excite        	
i ,'al political strike
the governmenl to
s    knees    The proletarian    leaders
w ho have been p ���< for months
tor a blow. bei levi ' e momenl has
come to strike. The governmenl has
openlj refused in accede 10 the demands of parllamenl and a rupture is
imminent there. The ultimate plans
of the leaders depend upon the success achieved but if the government
is broughl down, it is not doubted
they are determined thai they and not
parllamenl shall take over the reins
of governmenl and forever enjoy the
fruits  of victory.
Winnipeg, June 17.���Despatches received to-day
from Rosthern and surrounding- point: in the Saskatchewan grain area say that the sts wheat is
heading out in fine shape. All accounts agree instating tha i magnificent crop is now prac icall;
sured, and that unless abnormal weather change intervenes, the Canadian Northwest will this y >ar expi ience the most prosperous pe io in its history, i
The estimated output of grain will place all previous j
records in the shade.
NOT ACCEPT THE
CANNERS OFFER
Nothing Less Than Five Cents a Pound For Spring Salmon
Will Keep Them at Work    One Cannery Offers to Pay This and Contract to
Take the Whole Season's
Catch.
STRIKE BREAKER
ASSAULTS NEWSBOY
uen are in open rebellion   bo  dispose    of  the  whe'-     ��� ���   son's
again anners, who offer them   We'1- the   reason   why
onlj   i cents a pound foi   spring salmon '"   tl ���: the  leason, corn-
wishes  to contract  with   the  fisher
men for the whole outpul  of the sea
son. From the energetic way in which
mencing toda and as a resull of a lta representatives were 'canvassing
meeting held under the auspices of   among  the  fishermen,  li   is  evident
Lad's Nose is Badly Smashed By 'Angry  Telephone  Linesman Who Resents Questions About
'" Scabbing '.
the B, C. Fishermen's ITnhm in the
Liberal Hall on Saturday afternoon,
they have decided that they will not
sell any fish al      ' rate than 5c
'ind.    If the canners refuse to pay
tha: they mean business, and that
they are prepared to battle with the
combine for all the available spring
salmon.
The Lark, Capt. Tillman Herring's
tug, was chartered to go out on the
Harry Hughes, the corpulent news- The assault was witnessed by a
paper boy, is nursinf i :- iken nose, numbei o people, and on their ad-
the resuli  of running up agains     ���    vice, Hughes laid i   ��� pla i    again-
telephone  lineman   who  obje at his assailant.   Detective Bradshaw
being ca led        cab, i   en If he  did   arrested the man. who gave the nana-   to buy up all their catch al the uni-   thej  offered In the first  place
that sum, then the fishermen intend   river early this mbrhing, and cruise
to quit, and  take up other work. among   the   different   boats,   for   the
The decision arrived al al the tneet-   Purpose of acquainting the owners of
Ing spread rapidlv, and i,  was known   the propoSa] male by the UnhlUe Can"
��      nerv,   and   ascertain  their   views   on
I,   Vancouver almost as soon as here,   tb��� ���,���,,���,���.  at ^ game (imp offe]..
where the action Of the fishermen was j ing to  buy   all  the   flsh   they   might
strongly commended by those in the ; catch  at  the rate of 5c a  pound,
business.   An interested pany arrived       On the other hand the canners are
here soon after the meeting was over,   firm in the stand they hav.   taken and
and    made  the   fishermen   an    offer   refuse  to  pa\   more   than   the   price
Tho
na; belong   -    h<   un  in,   The trouble   of  Andrew   Harris,    He    was   afte
happened yesterday aboul ten o'clock,   wards   ������ eased on a substantial bail,
while  Hughes    waa    delivering    his   and  will  face the  police magistrate
morning  papers     He    was    walking   this morning.
down Columbia Btreet, when, accord!     Dr. Hall, whs        ended to th.    rb>
Ing to his story, he noticed    a    man   jured    lad,  said  that   the nose    was   the  fish captured
laughing  al   him.    He got   into  con-   broken   right   across, and  ihai  while
ve sation  with him,  and  discovering   he had set it straight, unless     -
he had comi  over from Van ���   ��� -   ������       can 'ul  until the nose had
.���nd to the telephone ������:  'es    . ,,-, ,        ......  ��� ���,,.   ,,   possibility thai
noi heal properly.   Th- Boy
ed  for life  as a  result of the blow.   He thought that a
form rate of 5c n pound for Wind
Unique Cannery, with the understanding that even if the other canneries
came to time and offered the higher
rat... the Unique should have the
preference and be supplied wttfc all
Several  contracts
general opinion among them is pfi
well summed up In the remark of one
of the largest  canners, who. on be-
ins asked by a representative of the
Daily   News  on   Saturday
i hether thej   were taking b
in view of the decision arrh ,: at by
the men, replied:    "We  are not  go-
Ing to call a meeting, or anything of
that   sort.    There  is  nothing to  discuss.    We have made  the  price for
The  man   to       ���
to  'his.   and   tstill   according   to  the
arter's stor;     st   n I-  11 -
L|   blow  across -       ������-       terrific  blow mus.  I   ���-.     ��� ���     strucl
ing his nose, to break the nose in such a way.
wer.- made, although several of the
men decided to wait until the canners
had been given a chani i ply ^
the te 'ms proposed bj the men.
The Unique Cannery intends to pack this season as high as we can afford
all the avilable salmon for the ���Fer- to and we are not going to chance
man market, and it claims that it has it. The fishermen win have to be
a sufficient number of orders on hand    satisfied with it."
WISE $43,920 FOH        |CAIL
HISS ELLEN TERRY
PLAIN "MB. KING"
British   Popular   Tribute   to   the   Cclc-   Norwegian Democrats Take no Delight
brated Actress Takes a Very in  Approaching  Reception to
Substantial Form. . Haakon VII.
���'"-I.  June   17.- A    dinner    was
: a<  the  Hotel  Cecil  tonighl  In
"""'    Of     Ellen     Terry.     The     200
:s  Included   persons    prominent
the    theatrical    world.   Winston
11 :i"'' Churchill, during the course
,!  :'   '"illiant   eulogy   Of   Miss  "Perry's
:"";i:s- said he considered ii  regret-
lble "'ai  Greal   Britain  had,  no no
'���' theatre,    .Miss Terry replied to
1 Churchill's remarks and  to other
:":iM'linientary    speeches    and    after
"anking all persons concerned in the
tnonia]   tO   her,   said   she   believed
overwhelming testimony    of   af-
' ''"" and  homage she had  received
due greatly to the Intention of
''"'ie to honor Henry Irving and
herself together.
h   Was   announced   that    the   total
��� alized for the   Tefrj    Jubilee
Including the receipts from the
performance at   Drury Lane
��� and   subscriptions   raised   in
i   amounts to 143,920.
i
Christlnala,    Norway.    June    if.
Trondhjem, yesterday n city of fish .
,.,-men, is today a capital.     Manj  of
those who will participate In tihe cor
onatlon of King Haakon have alreadj
swelled the population,   and    others
are crowding north by steamers and
trains.   The gaiety over the confirms
tion of the country's new  Independ
,,,,,,. will reach iis full tide Tuesday,
when King Haakon, Queen Maud and
tne babj Crown Prince Olaf reaches
Trondhjem.    All  over    the    country
floats the Bag of   Norway   the white
bordered  bine cross upon a  fleld of
red   testifying   to bhe fealty of the
people.
The radical  Republicans object  to
the new monarchy and insist on cal
ling iiaakon "Mr.  King",    but    the
great majority genuinely welcome the
new   order   of  things   with   reawakened  patriotism.
. o	
Wins a Thousand.
Vincennesf. June 17.���Frank  Kram- .
er, the American bicycle rider, today
,,,��� the city of Pari;   Grand Prize,
valued at $1,000 i
FOOL'S FATAL FROLIC.
Montreal, .Line 17.���Mrs, Yvonne
Gagnon, widow, and Emile Picotte, i
coal laborer, were drowned this
noon by the upsetting ol their row
boat by a companion, who stood up
and overturned the occupants into the
Railroad Washed Out.
Pekin, .Line 17.t���While lhe northern'
portion of ihe province of Chi Li is
suffering from the most severe
drought since 1900, the southern ex-
tremity is experiencing Berious floods
broughl on by heavj rain. The Han
kow  Pekin rallwaj   tor thirty  i��� ;i'
and   several   smaller   stretches   Of  the
[life below Bhentlnfu have been de
Btroyed, and traffic has been suspend
ed sin.e last Friday. Some weeks wlll
be required to repair the line,
i ������o ���
KILLED   BY   WILD   PITCH.
New    York. .Line 17.���Struck     ���   a
wildly pitched ball while watching an
asi   i    game today. Moran
Do an, 21 years old, was rendered unconscious and di> -l within a few hours.
SAILORS' NARROW TWO BANDS ENGAGED
EWE Um. DEATH       EOR TRAMWAY PICNIC
The "Lucy Jane" Is Wrecked on Her   Music Galore Will Be Supplied When
Way  to  New  West- B. C. E. R. Employees Have
minster. Their Annual Cuting.
Trolley  Derailed
Fairfield, Conn., .Line 17.
car bound west, when about lo enter
Bridgeport from Fairfield this after
noon, jumped the track at a curve,
ran along the roadway about seventy-
five feet end overturned. Of the
twelve passengers, four were pinned
beneath the car.
Charles    Weidlich,  of    Brldgi port.
was crushed to death.
Live  persons   were  BetlOUSly   InjUt
ed,    The   motorman and
Capt, Mclllhenny, of ihe good ship Music galore will ne supplied to thd
Lucy   .lane,  and  his  assistant,  Ehrlc employees    ()f the  n.  C.  E.  R,    Co,
A trolley   Brierman.    hailing    from    St eves: on when they so out on Iheir annual pic-
had a narrow  escape from drowning, nie Wednesday, as the city land has
and   losi    lh.-ir   vessel,   at   Cowichan
Cap the Other  day.    The Lucy Jane
was loaded with shells for Brackman
& Ker, New Wesiminster. and met dis
aster early  on  the trip to her home
port     She   started   with   a   westerly
wind, but when about two miles from   music now being supplied b> the city
Shell Island this suddenly shifted and   band  is said by  competent  judgi
began  to  blow  a  small  gale from the   be  better than  ;;i   any   previous  tini I
"",""i'1"      ,"'1'      ^    see';     jn   lts   hlstory|   ,]|i(1    llHs,,(,   ,s   Q0   d<mh1
now been engaged in addition to Leslie's musical organization. Loth bands
are In first class shape, the city band
having been practicihg ever;, evening
for     several     weeks,     The   class    of
Hundred  Persons  Killed.
Vladivostok,  Juno   17.     A   passenger
train    was    derailed    at    Progranit-
s. heniil   Station   on   the  Chinese  Bafil
conductor   shelter.    She ran  for the Islands, bill
were arrested and will brobablj   be   "hen close inshore, the wind again
given a hearing tomorrow. Juddenl;   changed, coming with hur
 o  ;  ,"1         i as ii was impossible
io I .-��� ��� ' both anchors were
lei - ���     Phe i ea,    hich gol lip rapid-
1 ��� ������ I   .'lean  over the little craft,
carrying awy her cabin, and she began to fill.    Then the tables parted
was swept  bti the    rocks,
Train   Robbers  Appeal.
\.  h.    Mclntyre, ths   counsel    for
Vtlnei'i    Dunn, aud    Colquhoun,    the
three train robbers who held up the
C. P. tt. mall car near kamloops, ap-  ami she
piled   for a  new trial on June  Hi be
���     fustice   Irving    Mr. Mclntyre,
counsel   for  the  prisoners,  made  two
objections   both   of   which   were   ovei
era   railway  today  and   LOO  persons   ,���!(.,| by Justice Irving and the
were   killed  or  Injured. Ill be taken before a full com
Wher the big seas soon broke her uu.
Caul.   Mclllhenny   and   the  boy   lost
ippeal
SEDDON'S BODY REBELS HAVE BUT
LIES IN STATE TWO DATS GRACE
Wellington, June 17.���The steamer; Durban, Natal. June 17.���Two of
Owestry Grange, bearing the body of j Chief Slganda's sons have surrender-
pi imieT Seddon. -who died on hoard (1;] t() ,hp Nataj forces. Nearly all of
the vessel shortly after it left Sydney,   ,..il(if ���.������,,���.���.,.,, tolowOTH were kU1ed
June  l". for    New Zealand,    arrived . ,
, ,   ,   ��� .    ,      ���,���-i,t In the recent fighting.   Col. Macken-
here   at    U   O'clock   Saturday   nicht.
Thousands   of   persons   were   at   the z��e. of the Natal contingent, has given
wharf  and  witnessed   the  landing of the   rebels,   who   are   leaderless   and
the casket.    Today the body is lytn ���; scattered far and wide, until June 19
: i state.   The funeral will take place to surrender    saying that    otherwise
here next Thursday. they will he shot  if captured.
everything  but   what   they  stood  In,
Thev were being well cared for by Mr.
Allison, keeper of the lighl at Por
tier Pass, when thi News' correspondent met them. Asked If he was
going to give up his dangerous trade
of shell    gathering, Capt.  Mclllhenny
that    it  win surpass itself on    the
occasion of the tramway excursion.
The programme [or the sports was
drawn up al a meeting on Saturday,
and H Include i dveral good races between the differeni branches connect
ed wiih the shops and cars. The led
les  are  not   neglected,  and   races   fo"
the gentler sex are i elng made a feature of the attractions this year. The
prize list is both substantial and
varied, and members of the sports'
committee say thai there will be no
lack of entiles in any class.
 o ���
LARGEST ON THE LAKES.
Chicago, .Line 17.���The steamer
lenry H. Rogers was launched at
said no; lie would get another boat, j South Chicago yesterday. Miss Mar-
He was sorry thnt the Lucy Jane was! jon H. Rogers, niece of tlie Standard
gone, but he would make the best ot j Oil vice-president, broke the bottle of
it, and hopes soon to be on the rlveT  champagne on the how of the craft.
ngsin  with   a  load  of  shells.
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TARTARS ARE AT WAR.
Tiflis.    June  17.���A   telegram    received today from Igdurie ln the province of Erivan, says that the war-
The Rogers is 600  feet long, with a
carrying    capacity   of  nearly 15,000
tons.
 o  '
Chess King Is Dead.
Philadelphia, June 17���Harry Nel-
fare between Tartars and Armenians son Pillshury, the chess master, died
is spreading with increasing violence here today of apoplexy. Pillsbury was
Troops and Cossacks bave been sent j bom December 5, 1872, at Somervllle,
from Tiflis. Mass., where the body wlll be taken.
f*.^-**!***' .^V,.> V*> ^���jQ^Hj
THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY,  JUNE  13.  1906.
M<^
*   ���
:-: A SUNDAY SERMON :-:
By Rev. I. Wardlaw Ta; I r, E.A.. I   . I .
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s and difficulty
weak
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partment   of   life.     Under
demanded
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kingdom,    the  den. .-
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L        he  broke down  the    self-
��� ��� ��� ��� ���  com  ge ol Pi cei     And
tendi met t
ion, Hi of 1
��� !      adecei   on    - red the
Re-  trot cry of the fathi    of the de-
���   -  .  -   ' onl        Bti ng or weak, confident
11   . ��� :.-_-   be too    thei    i       T ���
-  ��� ��� ��� 'or- for < i in
ht that Chris- -. i all
rere wiilir.^ to trusl themselves
-.:. I ol   to His hands.    He acre - ;- >,e.
���    lief  despite  their  unbelief
conception of Christianity as a system      0ur  Ujrii  look  men toanA
of dogma something
���
and creods.     At th
it He did not
so  dealt
Hi       .'ht lead them.
���������<��� are no*,
wan.
 ie can bi
evei   real y  n el   ��������� ith  Christ.    As In
imething more than   out inl0 the lij?h, l){ a fu!, christian
��� ������ '  -' nee     Thi ol   faith
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     mav  bring a man
lis soul, but no man who is content
��� ! in
-
'      will,n8   the     days" of   His   earthly     ministry
11
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���     ���      ��� ���       epen       pon I
led     ; ��� ��� ���    .   -.., .,
ntous difference,  for  time  and   for  eternity,    in
The     is   s
lenci     ��������� blch    is   evil
��� . t in the
.  .���   ol Cod en       ined man
ol  his own     ���   .
-    ,;. o    hi       n who
i   , ���   ol  bygone
>   aversion   or   a
sacrai lental rlti Is   conti nl
In.     The b ' h
accepts is faith In I
L i . hlon to  !'    ecra e doc
trine.     It I    i        Lo dei
the creeds i       -   churche . and ll Is
���    .-.    Bul no in-
:ii. i. . m i vet divorce truth
'  living and  Tain  think-
ln       Tl ������  '!���-���       ���     ol   the churcl	
ti matte statemenl of
���    -      ��� ildi : the lives
art from thi       nf] lence
11 a luci   ' he i  bave  no  vi!   I
Everything which elevates life abovi
the       -     :|    lal      and       ���: : .-usual,
���'���'��� i ivi ol       ph-asiii-e
o   Id   .'.it ilini
coni tin   i in the perceptl m   of   some
-    I ���   rn ol  hi    Inti :
ecti! e mai       - tematlze
the ti nth.   If be I
whal  It Is thai ipUfted hi    life,
he musi be mulati  thai ti uth, mal e It
Into doctrine.      And    If    he    would
...    ... ion am li nl   loctrlm   . he can on
ly do it bj pul Ing 1       eir place new
: ii    In.    of hli But,    while
some  form  of doctrine  is  the  re ul
Chrisi   was   nevi        I Bfled   to  Ie ive
:. ininsl   icted
. in In tl e human hear'
till to teach ��� n i enlighten. If we
will learn of Him He will lead us
i ibts and difficulties
i ill truth. A firm persuasion of
e gospel, a conl -
nee on Christ, an assured hope
ol ration, are within the reach of
Christian who will follow the
guiding hand of His Saviour. To be
content to res', in doubts, to regard
as matters of indifference any departmenl of Christian faith, is to be
recreant to Him who is "the light
whicli Wghteneth every man." All
the happiness and all the frultfulness
of the christian life belong to the.
man who has won past his doubts to
cleat and definite conception of the
truth in which he stands. The temper
which would hold lightly the faith of
the fathers is a weak and fruitless
thing. That man alone Is strong who
holds firmly that which he believes to
be the truth once delivered to the
sain's. whatever may be the problems of our day or the difficulties of
our own hearts, lei us not be content
with any vague and shadowy faith.
Whatever our belief, iei us cry "Help
thou our unbelief'" and He, who Is
th  ye iterday, today and forever, will hear even as he heard Of
old. '
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AT   THE   HOTELS.
Guichon -M. A, Nolens, Vancouver;
ll. 0. l.yail, Beattle; Mrs. McKee, W.
I. and Mrs. McKee, Ladner; ll. E.
N'evin. Millside:   II.  It Smith,  Vieloria;
It Guichon, Pot  Guichon;  J, J.  McArthur,   Ottawa;   C.   Wood   and   wife,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Vancouver;     P.   W.   Charleson,     Miss
ol lhe perception of truth, ll does not   ,.,,���.,���,������   Vancouver;  Miss Lindsey,
follow   that  a   saving   faith   musi
eept a whole system of truth. All
thai i- necessary is a firm grasp upon
ono igh tr ith to e itabltsh a living con
m-. ii.in between u needy human .soul
and   a   loving   Saviour.
ii was In a heathen   country,   surrounded by Ignorance   and   degrada-1 Mack, Vancouver
tlon, thai Jesus met the father of the
demoniac,     Was he Jew or (lentile-.'
We know not.     All we know is thai
bitter cry of exceeding i d, al once
SO ignorant and so helpless. "If thou
can si do anything, have compassion
upon us an.l help us." Jesus answered
"If thou canst! whal means that word
'if thou canst?" All things are possible
to hlm thai belleveth. Straightway
the father of the child cried out,
"i believe: help thou mine unbelief,"
And the loving powei- of Jesus wenl
forth to bless and save. The < ry of
that agonized father was not a prayer
for    blessing    despite    fell    unbelief.
THINGS ARE MOVING AT THE
CLEARANCE SALE
313?3E��6SE7. '���'��� '?* ��Z��Bi9&UUJIU��ai
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And the lov/ prices will keep them moving till all the stock on our bargain list is gone
KEEP YOUR CHEST COOL!
The Small Sum of 50 Cents will Purchase One of Our Fine Negligee Shirts.
Men's Balbriggan double thread Underwear, regular
50c for 25 Cents.
KEEP YOUR FEET COMFORTABLE!
Men's Cotton Socks, 4 pairs for 25 Cents.
Special Line of Men's Shoes, regular $1.75 to S2.50
for $1.25.
Boys' light Summer Shoes, regular $1.75 for $1.25.
LOOK AT THESE GREAT SPECIALS!
Men's Suspenders, light and heavy, regular 25c and
35c, for 15 Cents.
Men's Flannelette Shirts, regular 40, for 25 Cents.
White and red handkerchiefs, regular 15c and 20c for
5 Cents.
Neckties regular 25c and 35c, for 15 Cents.
Boys' Knickers 25 Cents.
Men's and Boys' Clothing, right up to date in styles
and patterns and wide range of sizes and materials to select from, One Third Off Regular Prices.
i
Westminster Clothing
Company
Columbia Street Next Door to Royal Bank of Canada.
DAVE GROSSMAN, PROPRIETOR
?���������
Montreal; e. B. Worsnop, Vancouver;
W, l). Barnan, Seattle.
Colonial It. A. Anderson. .1. Smith,
E, ll. Smith, Aldergrove; s. Smith,
Dewdney; E3. K. Taylor, Toronto; P,
k.    Blochberger,    Portland,    Or.;  J.
Windsor-- P, J. Bownen and wife,' '
Vancouver; Bonfiehl llourneaii, Upper
Sumas; T. \v. Green, Coquitlam; It.
J. McKay. Cloverdale; C. W. Addison.
Denver, Ool.; P. Mars, A. Mars, Coquitlam; \V. Mann, Serpentine; Ii.
Roe, Vancouver; A. Tisdale. Barnet;
A. Q. Morrill, Millside; W. Oils, J.
K. Clark, J. A. McCallum, New Yorl?
Depot- B. Richards, Slill Creek; C
Robinson, Glasgow; A. L. Griffith,
Langley; A. Stewart, Vancouver; n
K. Larson, John Tosh, Abbotsford; C
M. Thomson, Ivan Erlckson, Das
Orr, Vancouver.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
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 Alway.i in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone 12. New Westminster.
'Phone 101
Reichenbach Company
limited =
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the Family Trade.
|We have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
REICHENBACH CO. Ltd
Columbia [Street, New Westminster.
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Hours   tne   iwiviiw JUNE 18, 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.
Cents
Per Week
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HINT TO
MERCHANTS
The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which yon can talk business to almost every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you.
. ALBERTA'S FIRST ..
rovincial Fair
Forma!   Opening by Hon. G. H. V. BULYEA,
Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta
TO   BE   HKI.Ii
HEARS CHAMBERLAIN
IN BRITISH HOUSE
: Returned     Local   Traveller   Is    Capti
vated  by   Imperial   Jcssph's
Eloquence.
AT EDMONTON
On July 2, 3, 4 and 5,1906
Under the auspices of The Edmonton Industrial Exhibition Assn.
$6,000 in Harness and Running Races
$15,000 to he Expended During the Fair
Special  Railway Rates From Aii  Parts.
PRIZE   LISTS   furnished   free   on   app ication   to  the   Association.
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ROD and GUN
And Motor Sports in Canada
Sent   postpaid  on   receipt of  15 cents  in stamps.
IN  THIS  ISSUE.
Frederic Percy   Armstrong tells of his successful encounter with
a lighting salmon   in   Quebee ? aters.   Ashley D.   Conger   describes
i realistic manner his thrillingiiight experiences while watching    a
lick. T. P. Bresnan gives an account of a holiday at that ideal
fishing ground���Temagami.   E. Connor   portrays   a   typical   angling
b in Paris. Miss A. R. McKee tells of two lady novices fishing
a whole afternoon on Rice Lake, Ontario. 1.. IX Robertson descants on
his hunt all by himself without guide or companion, in Quebec pro-
\ince. W. R. Gilbert writes enthusiastically of the true angler who
does not fish for fish alone. Algonquin Park as a fisherman's paradise is described hy word picture and illustrations. E. C. Wools.'.
tells of a fishing trip to Chats Rapids on the Ottawa River. Canadian Fishing Territories from ocean to ocean are indicated. Rev. Dr.
Murdoch relates a guide's pantlie- story. Tbe formation of the Alpine Club of Canada is told, and its future success predicted. Quebec's
Fish and Game leases, and the Government compromise thereon is
i q, Ontario's Game Commission report is summarised. Canada's
first auto and motor boat show is described. Sports Afloat received attention. All Canada's trap news i.. given nnd comments of interest to
every trap shooter is added,
yddress-W. J.JTAYLOR. Publisher, Box 1448, Woodstock, Ont.
tei ;i six month     ibsence, during
which    he It.-'  visited  many    ������
; principal cities of Europe,  M     .
���eturned   to   New   Westmln ������
last   weel    ai   he ��� . > ��� ssed ��� ���
to be bome again." In tlio course of
bis travels, Mr, King has visited Bng
land, Fran ������ Germ in; '. funga
��� era! o be o be ci utinenl al i
I b's. Hi was in England at the tim"
of tl:.' ons, and he had
the pi' ��� . roe" Cham-
berlaln ape ih in , hi house on tit"
question of the i a ion of the Chin-
ense   from   South Mr.   King
'li;.���  he ii  bj   fai    hi   besl  public
speaker he bas ���   ���       id to.
Vfter sp<'iniing  Bome time In   I
land,  Mr.  King  and  two companions,
Messrs.    Collins and   McAllister,    of
N'i v,    York, who    accompanied    him
I hi | In  tour, crossed the < lhan
nel and travelled to Paris,
there In timi bo witness a few of the
riots thai wi ��� ii progress in con-
no. tion with ' ii ie laration of the
church from the Btate, Prom Paris
the pany travelled to Germany, but
owing to the prom- ce '. aglophobia
prevalent in thai countr;. thej did not
sta; long, although they
well treared  by Hie authorities.
While al Buda Pesi In Hungary,
labor troubles broke out. and Mr.
King saw a few real continental
struggles between capital and labor.
He describes the people of that country as being very Ignorant, and says
thai the richer classes are little better
than the  laborers.
He returned to New York on June
io, having lefl Liver ool on the .sf,
making the passage in nine days. Mr.
King took part in tbe South African
war. going out with the second Canadian detachmenl. He has travelled
a great deal, and is making preparations for another tour through the
states in about three weeks.
Tide Table    Fraser River
FOR WEEK ENDING  JUNE  24.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Date
Mondaj
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
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Sunday
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18.15
3.50
18.50
1.20
19.30
4.50
20.06
5.25
20.45
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21.50
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23.26
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1.46
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Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
Route
Seven   hundred   miles   of   magnificent
nver  trip.    Empress  of  Britain   sails
from Montreal for Liverpool June 23rd.
For other dates and rates apply to
ED. GOULKT,
O. f. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday') carrying passengers, mail,:
express and freight connect with
Mages nt Carcross and White Horse, Thursday
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to Friday
J.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver,  R. C Saturday
SAND HEADS.
Date
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesd;!'.
GLEIM   VAi-UtY    NOTES.
(Prom Our own Correspondent.)
Mr. Brennan, of New Westminster,
is in GUn  Valley on a business I rip.
Mrs, W. Knox was down in the \il !
lage lasi week, and paid a shorl vis"
to Mrs. i;. McKay.
C, Warren, opposite It. McDonald's
estate, has men employed in clearing
land.   He has aboul five acres cleared,
and intends to .dear up the whole  160
acres  Ibis  summer.
P. McMillan, who bought  property
here a few years ago, is making rapl I
progress on his place,    lie has one of
the besl farms in the district,   lie ls
now busy clearing land and expect -
to  have aboul   ten  acres of now  land
ready  I'or lbe plow next spring.
\. Kent, who rented Mr. lllackwell's
place (his spring, got his dyke finished  lasi   week.    Ile is now putting in j
ten acres of fruit trees.
Andrew Bodalley, son of \V. S, Po-
dalley, met an ugly customer lust Friday. Going out after supper as usual,
lo bring home his calves, he saw one
of them, as he supposed, behind a
bush nnd strolling towards it, found
himself up against a bear. The hear
showed an Intention to attack him.
and probably would have done so bad
the lad run away, bul he stood his
ground and emitted a waWhoop that
made the brute change its mind.
Early   next    morning some    hunters
started  on  Hie beat's trail, but   failed   Sunday   ...
In find il.
High
Time
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16.61
2.39
17.33
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SATURDAY,  JUNE   16,  13Q6.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Pub-
ir-hing   Company,   Limited,   at   their
irfices   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
Streets. New Westminster. B. C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
 ft.  J.   Burde
J.  C.   Brown
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpariel) 12 lines to
tbe inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading'notices, bold face type 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpariel, IU
cents per line.
vo, time contracts, special positions, applv to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
word No advertisement taken tor
les.> than 2."> cents.
TELEPHONES.
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Business office  	
Editorial   office    	
Manager's   residence    277
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MONDAY. JUNE 18. 1906.
THAT   FISH   STORY.
S  '
had a
which com   ��� ���
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graph:
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Hx .   . . should
be "190!
nd the first���I
n���was       ���   B   ���
-   thi  papers
it came to be
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3 usual reck-
..ake   a   po nt
t,    In-
ntin - . it thf
a tinder a I
... | state-
it  the old order in
That is a mis
s the pai     il U   ofi     ng
��� ii I:   "hat.   aa
November.
TheseT*amp   - -b"  to
I invent:'.;.- I i
ree and bust-
should not  be interferred with.
-      But  the cold
as cold the
.
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:-
It is sail that wherever thi  ���   Is
poison, beneficent N I
so the antidote.      In  \   ��� the
les  ag    ar
tide on  the sam.       -���        m  which
���ove extracts are clipped.     The
subject Is certai -
lation.     The settle: ': n
- so high
that the ordinary man cannot mee: it;
for the first two years i the -payments .
are spread over a number of yi
the instalment.- mount up to "hundreds of pounds." In the proposed
legisltaion the "main consideration is
making U easy for the sealer during
'he first year or two, when he has to
...  a home . :. t. a living
from the land.     It the Beas ns are at
Iverse   (and  so  far the  present
season has every appearance of being
so), the task is a   :. tie.     The
Act   was  framed for the  purpose    of
Ing  those people on to the land
nnol    fl i il   in ,��� r
le foi ihem
:���. title ��� i as  much   ��1  a competence
1 fortune  wili
the si "tiers at Ri .-���-
���
md
i some I '.
���
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bug     ��� . cation and the
: sition of 1 ��� ind thi j
will be a dead loss unle
people  en   the  land   an';   kei
then eai that.
setting off Australia's droughts
against Canada's winters, this
country, with its free homesteads, is still :o be pre-
ed to Australia with Its payments
of hundreds of pounds per annum for
land on which a livii : n be i
provided 'he seasons aot rerse.
Nor should the manifes advantages
of Canada  be disri - because it
ie    ossible to find    within    its
.   ;������: .-    i   ,..���: s in  ': " be  ������  who
-   not   know  thai   Australia  is
t-ti colony, or a reporter who is
not awake to the neo     '    of inviting
���   passing sti ������ rho   ente I
with a traveler's . im to "come
..   - lng."
sponsibili";
principally    conceit
��� -     - opinions of    themselves.'
The ��� Dunsmuir,  an I
Prior     governments     cal
-h    heaven    to    a
m "Canad.:
En        ."   Then came the
-overnment,   bursting  in   .-.
'..���iinding flash of supreme genius upon an astonished world���or words to
.   valuable
��� ������   have acquired    from
...      '.    ��� lil  r has
his vocation; he should devote  himself  to  the   writing  of  his-
tory.    Such    aii i I  as bis is  -it    iy
wasted in a news] iper offlce.
LIME
JUICE
25   Cents   per   bottle
$1.50  per  gallon
R. Gilley, 'Phone
J. R. Gniey, 'Hhone 1-4 8
AN INTELLIGENT CRITIC.
I Aus
:. riend has
us,   we
fc-.few exl ' '��� M    i
with interest.     The article from
Can-
Kx-
... anothei iper,
- no com-
e edito     ippos-
.:.:       ition,   and
i it    Is���mi re    lying.     The
:     bo has pai i
::    -,i..s:
a I
���   : ���       i;.. ���    .
'    .     : iiii    (lover;.
i.e.    I    saw   lm-
e
��� . ������     nl
Wl '
m   i
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il
.���.
. i take
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..  .        i. th
i
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In Canada.   Tn ���
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pigs,   and
,   "
in    .. ....   ,
A win m wl        tl [tor ex-
lescrtbi . bowing tae
i. i  mi   ; o' ���
who did aot 1 that Aus.i ili.i
is a  British colony, I    a  :.. ,
titelligenci ad so forth,
. the loyally of
Canadian Imil a : ttle improve.
ti enl . er E n em conditions in the
Vi est, a id (most approprl itely) closes
by ";. iramlng" a drink from the re
porter. These are the concluding
sentem ��� : "Gener .11 Bpeaklng, the
agrichlturl I - of Canada are a nan I t<
mouth lot: ihey are as poor in pocket
���is they are in Intelligence. Xo. no
more Capada for me. Thej ate ���<
���ii iloj d i.e. ready to Bece le to Amerl
ca tomorrow.   The split-up will come
11   a   da- .        AS   J oil   go  west   ynu   find
:i  In  almost  evi ry domes'ir
;': m,  bul  towards Vancouver the
���- rove,   Thei i ' i mi ne;   to be
bad it: Vancouver, and I was nol be-
id In getting hold of the 'almightj
OPPOSITION TO HILL RAILWAYS.
The Ottawa Citizen prints a long
interview with a conveniently ati-
onymous "authority" on .vest, rn mutters, who bewails the effect of the
building of the Hill railway lines in
i ost doleful fashion. Here is a sam-
; ie paragraph:
"Manitobans   and    British    Columbians,  who  will profit  by Mr. Hill's
3, .-ai. no' be expi ct< i to j ii Ige
...    question    lisp     . mately.    They
eg    id C aadians, none better; but
ll  is hard to overcome the influence
er over mind, of pocket over
totism.  Anyhow, a heavy respon-
... Ol tawa Minister.- un I
aide the natl in .',
.���.-.. " .:..     e We t tt   ached to
.-���  Eas     and in  allowing    Mr. Hill,
.   'I       T I   I.T
be West i        i    I .icy of tha
ed Stal        ii doe-, nol require a
prophi ��� to see thi t, thoi gh i nc mr ig
ing him to enter the Wesl  and take
rossession ol Its carrying trade,    we
a il  mer ly   lone serious injm.
to the Interests of   Eastern   Canada,
;'     paved    the    way    for    political
banges thai  maj   re ult in reducing
Dominloi     i   I       rlgtnal   dimen-
er   md Lower Canada and
.    "I his is the
i   new situ ition,
Iii ��� edict 1        I    will
ie soon upon  i
rhe Winn ...    Press   qu ten
'    . iei i di      with il    as
tterer i ntivi
ies well to spi
'...     ��� Here
'..���..
to be found who
iii.-, anxietj    .   I
��� .    Canada i hould   Bei ede   ft  m
; he  Don  nion  ��������� 111     n Ij    provoke   a
pari of Canada.   The hi ������
Lory o    he  i te npl ol the governmenl
of sir .lohn Macdonald a q iart. r of  i
ci ntui y ago to <  ce Manitoba   iir i
subjection to the C. P. it. monopolj
Bhows thai a sure way to bring about
ie "political changes" which the
in ... thou s entleman "v mturea 11
predict" in the Ottawa Citizen ward
be for the Easl to attempl to make
Lhe West its va.- a tl and i ributary,
The right view tor the Easl to lake
is the view expressed bj the Montreal
Herald, a Liberal newspaper. Says
the Herald: "We have to accept the
"condition and make the besl of it.
"We have to accept Mr. Hill, too,
"since the west and be will have it so.
"What we have lo do is to rntik - sur.
"i hal the cheapest path, as it Is the
"most direct, from the Canadian
1 prairies to the European market, will
"be through Montreal and Quebec, St.
"John   . u I   Halifax."
THE CITY BEAUTIFUL.
.. lit n H illy News: One of the
surest indications of thrift and pr ra-
perity in a community is the effort
on the part of its citizens to make
their homes and surroundings beautiful. The well-painted house, the trimmed hedge, the neat flower beds and
the well kept lawn are the indices on
the part of the householders of a desire to make one place above all
others what it should be, hem: . sweet
home. It Is to be regretted thai the
city council has made no effort to
encoui   -��� stimulate the growth
ewoi thy   senl In ent,  and
j not lone in the past, but is
at present doing, damage to the city
will take years and thousands of
dollars to rectify. I allude to the
excavations that are being made in
different parts of the city. Take
Eighth street for example. What
could be more unsightly than the lis-
figurement made there? This was repeated over near the park, and adjoining the Columbian Hospital, and is
now going on on Thirteenth, street
above Seventh avenue. It is simply
disgraceful. If earth is wanted for
filling in. why not cut down some of
our numerous hills? Then, if the adjoining lots were terraced, no harm
would be done and the streets would
be improved.
What more naturally beautiful location could be had for a park and
recreation ground than the crescent.
But whal Is it? Muck and rubbish.
Tl e various school grounds are very
little beiter. Speaking of schools
brings up the subject of the proposed
wing which is estimated to cost
$10,000.
Abraham  Lincoln  once  said:     "No
man is good enough to rule another
except     with   that   man's     consent."
That is not the opinion of our school j
trustees.   They have carried out their .
plans so far and have asked for tenders without  requesting in  any way
Hie consent or opinion of those who
have to pay.    No doubt they are doing what they are legally entitled to
do but the citizens should ask speedily
that the law be so amended that no
work of this kind could be done without the consent of the people.    Our
laws must be very lax indeed to allow
such power unrestricted in the bands
of men who do not seem to care what
the    people  want.    It   will    be    said
"more school accommodation is wanted."    That may be, but should all the
accommodation       be       centralized?
Would  not  he  wants  of the city  be
better served by having two or three
school houses at, say $3,000 each, in
the outlying parts of the city, than one
in the central?   Of course doing away
| with the wards was the first step towards   centralization,   li wi      a ret-
rogade    movement   of at  least    100���
; years and no city can afford a backward  movement of that extent   without  being a  sufferer.    If tbey  would
i centralize all the eyesores as well in-j
1 of scattering them till mer the
city, li would add much to the beauty
of the place.    How, I ask would anj
of   the   aldermen   like   one   of   those
muckholes or eyesores adjoining his
��� nee?   I claim they have no righl
to   inllict   'in   another  one   in   another
part    of  the  city  that     which
would not  willingly accepl  I ir themselves,    Trusting others  will ag
these  matter- and  try and have I ..an
rectified I am, sir, yours truly,
M.  W,  MINTHORNE.
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Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicvcles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
ALEX. SPECK
Sign
Columbia St.
Man  on  Wheel.
New Westminster.
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. f ot.tery C o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Po rtland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
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The line of enamelled and other baths
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At our reasonable prices you cannot afford to be without one in your bath room.
We do no other than first class plumbing-the Vanstone Quality.
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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. VA'JX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, III.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.     j
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Ross-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Nortiicrn Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary-
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r"iily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane  .... 7.15 p.m.
12.25 P-m Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
5.40 a.m Nelson .... 6.45 p.m.
II. A. JACKSON.
General Passenger Agent
BOOKSELLERS AND STA
Fhone  157,
������-���T
��� Carruthers Manufacturing Com y.
J Manufacturers of
! Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU C.
Westminster Iron Works
GE'
WNU1NE
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time.
Excellent Service.
All   the   governments   of   liritish
imbia   up   to  and   Including  the
Turner administration,  which  [ell  In
L888, wore mere Bi ureheads, ha
nothing more than a "perfuni tory  �����
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, Si.
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 Oti or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings, St., Vancouver, B. C,
A. 1). CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. k. G.       A
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK TIIE 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
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining .chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library  and  smoking  cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  anj
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
You Buy "B. C."
or "Old Sport" Cigars
You do the wise thing. Us tempting
flavor will surely win your favor. Manufactured by���
WiLBERG & WOLZ.
Factory and Office, Brine Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
;ral machine ami
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKlLHiUi and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WORK
Ornamental   Iron   Wora,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc,
Mail orders and correspond'-n
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BTKEUJT.
New Westminster, ''��� "��� ' "__
Royal Bank
Canada
of
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through tourist
and first-class sleepers daily.
Atlantic Kxpress leaves at 7:25.
Imperial Limited, leaves at 17:20.
90 DAYS
Excursion rate tickets sold to all
Eastern points on June 23, 25, July
2. tt, Aug. 7, S and 0.
For full particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
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Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve 3
Total   Assets $38,3< '    1 ��.
Branches   and    corret pi 1 ueni
all   the  principal   citi-s" ot  tne world-
General banking business transacted.
SAVINGS  DEPARI MtN I.
\  opens tm account,    tnti  ��� sl addi
ti'.f yearly.
Collections made al lowest rates.
Dpen    Saturday   nights   Trom d  to 5
o'clock
NEW   WE8TMIN5TER   bKANCH
F.  B.   Lyle,  Manager.
lank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED
IncorpontQd   by   net   or
CAP! 1 u. 1 All paid ui"
RCSKRVH   FUND	
1817.
parllamenl
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1... Hon. Lord StrathcoiiH ami Jloun
Roval,  G.C.M.O,...Uou   IV "'���"
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it  S.  Clouston, Vice  Presideni   ami
General Manager.
banking   mismes
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E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger
Vancouver.
Agent.
General
if led.
Branches In ail tne prnn_
In   Canada,   In   London,  lCn��.
Cork,   Chicago,   and   St.   .""""i,
nnd correspondents In ail par - 'it "lb
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Savings Barak t>cpt.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G. D.  Brymner,  Manager.
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We have too many Skim in Stock, as we
said in Monday's and Tuesday's papers���too many by a couple
of hundred.
Several hundred mor.-.:�������� 01 | here now,
.���hich we havn't rooir: ol th   rae        -   "-'musi
sell or give away a lot of thosi ..���,���   h r
I  nays sometime  to pa sometime       - t<  iosi   mom     on good .   o-ood
���������:... scheme am i            sveofi nut,
all   ugh, we doi' alwaj   -.,��. 51 ii th papers.
Lot 1.
;       i nl; girls' skirl    o   lig]     ..��� am no elty,
eed na ; ������!.���-. io am blacl   lot! -.;: I -  <t| nr
were $2.50 and $3.01 ei aM.UJ
Lot 2.
Eighteen only, Missei Skirl   o  no el tweed and
i 'an colored cheviot   worth  in   ti $3 50 til CC
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Lot 3,
Twentj   sevei   only,   Ladies'   Skirts    plain   and
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50, <P&.^J
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, pi        goo is s' '��� ^;  ���' l ������  go i Is  made
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.rth $4.50 to S6.2J ^JUJ
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Tit. sewed and e a   ��i up
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W. E. TALES,
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DIAMONDS!
Largest   Stock   in  the  City.
Mounted     in   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come  =md  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
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Columbia St.
BURNABY ...
12 acres of Hrtt class bottom  land, partly e*       I
soil,   black   loam;    all   ditch,, I  ^'<       ' "      '
age.   Tbii   is   a   ratoaMe  piece tA      Cal    '       "    "
'���"' price and terma.
ii   acre,   tmrrfooktag Dwr Lake; n ������<������. '^
����^ prop, '   "�����   ���. would     ��� v<m>
r<Beft    prfM flW fi��f MM.   WWW.
AtMMfftM
fram Office
MT I      11       1       O     P Real Estate,  Fire fi ! if'
cLeoa, Mark & to.,   ���. 37*   j**- ^
factory to 1
rber shop. *
The annual i '       W. < '���
- '    b< 'in on Ttf"     ��� ���
tlnue  '���     tl     '���     following  "       In
��� ���     ��� ��� enu ��� Methodist church.
The ladies of the Hospital Auxllii
��� <i      -., ������      "���     afternoon  al  ' 8:30
I    th    Boi nl nf Trade rooms.
M^II!",.' ���-     iti '  '���'
chang    of hour, and I
��� ��� enl if possible.
x.  \v.  Po ���' ��� ������     ���'"' ���  ��� ��� ���enl      reno-1
ati Interii     o   the    Bruhette'
1 Saw Mill    companj. ha i    jusl    con-
���������������-1    with ili"    Pairview  Lumbt
compai       fi    the    whitewashln     ol
1 theli .    ablishi     Vanco vi      :
leavin    In di	
mence the wo I
Thi r    ���     '���       "  In I    mer-,
the ell     In thi   Board  of i
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vithel    propose    ��� :'" :'      I '���]
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be pre   rs will
	
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in Saturri ng froi
car)
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part o ��� ���
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Edwai id   tind
ither eastei planned on
the British i ....
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11-.,   poasi     ]     ���.    ���   ���    th ' ���������
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Britis    Coin ��������� '
Twi  ��� tich   ar-
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Pipi   comp in      ' r,  will be
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C anadian   G      ...
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wil    il i    nu]
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esterda
Sunda    a     h    i |u ei ��� let!
odii      chu ch    ������".    app ipri   ���
a om   wer a ihei   :. Ri      W. H.
:1 "i  h      :"    ���  '.  the children li    '"���   " ��� ���'  'n'   am tool   fo   hi
��� ������'���'.���   subjec     ' 'b   ��� ��� 	
D      i     'im Flowers." Manj  I 'i
tnilei  we '<   " 'es   ���" th g i
gi   lon  in  the ��� ���������     ie	
I'������    ������ i  we������   sal mblems of
pur      tonocenci  ai    ���   ace, and trtoe
sj mliols of a glorious   esi      ���- lon.
Kiiwar    C      ertl    aite   thi     agei
for a li        Englii h  syndicate -���"��� ���
purchai ���       e ������    i
'��� ei  '..,;. 	
'���     -    ���    from
creek ne i l<      The
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Fisher
"     This seems to indie   i        I In
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A  Bmall      ���        ' esterda;
��� ��� ���  Bnrr 1
Columbia nd  the flren	
NPo,  l  hall  Were given  a run ix) the
��� if the outbri al<     Some rubbish
that had been ftccn  Poi a long
Mme had by some mi ins caught flre,
and ah alarm was turned iii- The
hose" alid chemical wagons wi re q.u!ch
ly on 4he scene, and in a few minutes the Ure was under control. The
blase burst out jusl after the church
services were over, und a large' crowd
waa soon on  the spot.
i i , tnie schi luled
to tai     t i  th    ������ " I  Inst,  ii"-
i v,.,.., the Maple I eats and the r e I
min itei ' bs ��� team ;" ;,t ''"",   i
i .11 .,._.   Hirnimk   as   the   Lea     '
ed to  '���' " e  ���'   i ������ ttpohed  until  fl
lati e     I he loi al  I  has of
fered I      I i   i ri  '"'    ? in
Sl     i    ,,. i ne Vancoii i -  I��� |t,i^ fl
game on i'1 VlctOi i I thai date, ah l
do 'S fi' -"������ Ilsposed to (hahge. No
dotibl the Terttlhal City bOys think
thfit tii".  stand a feharice of winning
in  Vict'uiri.  while thoir  finish  hei l  ;
S   ffirPconp oonr-lusion.
Some ��� i    Frank    Lathan
,    .  ,;i oi ih'.     i   ner Ramom
ported to the police thru his bicycle
h id heen stolen. The missing wheel
has now !>epr> peeoverd and is nt the
police station aWaithig the return of
the owner.    It appears that  Mr.  l.nt-
ham   leYi   his   wheel   on   the   B.   &   K.
r just before starting out on one
of his trips, and on his return found it
Issiag.    In the meantime the wheel
had  been  taken by mistake by some
.. who, upon discovering his error,
i ronimimieated     with   the   polio"     and
handed the wheel over to them.
'     '  "   "hod.
annual  lawn
social rn  Wi ��� " sning,
a laTgi     " ��� ling 1        Ite oi
the threatii ��� ���     ���   . rri���g
and cream, Ice tl     usual
re ' shments  urei ' ladies
from a  booth undi    "     '   ���     shade
which adorn  the pari      A Ioitj;
programme of Bporl tained the
crowd, a sack ran   bein    run by the
which   was   won   | C
��� ��������� nd   N-    Newmen.    The
'���'���':'       raci   was  Ca      ;
Annii'  and   Miss  Bessie  Green.    The
. ,   Rev.   A.   ...   Brace,   who  wns
the  course  won  U
.i ,..;      i ... rethi     tl lal wns
went
red and happy after their hard
day'- lal i
��� jMwramtrjujj i
Going! Going!!
GONE!
Maple Leaf
Outing
Shoes
There aro runningshoes,
and running shoes, but
none to equal those with
the Maple Leaf Brand
on the sole. They come
in both Tennis and Oxford styles for Ladies or
Gentlemen,Girls or Boys,
and the soles of all are
made from j)ure para
gum rubber.
Maple Leaf
Lacrosse, Tennis
or Running Shoes
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Look well, fit well, wear |
well and are stylish, tteal J'
is about the way our Carpet Bargains
are meeting with public approval. They
won't lost more than a couple of days
at the rate they are going. We are actually GIVING AWAY our profit. In
many instances a portion of the actual
cost of the best English Brussels, Milton,  Velvet and   Axmihster  Carpets.
THINK OF IT!
MILTON CARPETS, regular $2.00, going at $1-00
$1.60 VELVET at        $1.00 and $1.10
$2.25 AXMINSTER $1.00
A handsome 2 tone green BRUSSELS,
regular $1.25 pov yd., now only ��� 60c
. re all pie< es fn      10        i      ird      ome with
wishout border.   Don't leave these bargains toof long as
egularprici
Come Along and Look Over Our Stock.
We Have Just Received a Car of
Fancy
Furniture
in Golden, Early English and Weathered Finish
Magniflcenl Mantle Bed in Oak.  ^or /)/)
a beaul ��� 10, for   .  , *pOO.UU
Remember all our Carpets are Reduced in Price-
Wool, Tapestry, Brussels, Etc.
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and durable.
For sale by all good shoe
dealers.    Ask for   hem.
J. LECKIE CO., Ltd.
Selling Agents,
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Lee's Furniture
Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK. TELEPHONE 7-3.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
\T THE BIG CLOTHING HOUSE
Balbrigpfi $1
the Suit
TTIACkrWear Merino 75c the
Natural Wool
$1.25
the Garment
Elastic Ribbed
$1.25
the Garment
Garment
StanfielcVs Unshrinkable $1.25
the Garment
Sole Agents for
Dr. Deimel's
Linen Mesh
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
CLOTHIER THE DAILY .NEWS]
MONDAY,  JUNE   18,   ignc'
Plumbers and Plumbing Regulation By-law, I106.
n :n.es of ihe members of ihe firm, outside   of   the   building,   hard   salt, platforms if connected with the sew-
r.ership  or   directors    of    the glazed, vitrified pipe may    be   used; ers  must   also   be   pi   perlj
company and the date the license was each length shall be wetted before be- im'.                                       ished with
granted,   and   no  license   so  granted ing laid and the space completely fi'.:- water from a Bupplj   tank.
���                         .,vi:h the ed with cement mortar, made in the 38.   Tanks shall be placed as near
tie Plumbing Inspector, proportion   of    two   of    good, clean, the fixtures as practicable, and in no
I'i.    All licensed   master   plumbers sharp sand and one of the best Por:- case shall  a trap be more than two
k. By-law   t
-  ��� ���-.                      .   held responsible for all acts   ^"d   cement,   except ia wet ground, feet from the fixture.   All traps must
ors and to ;                ' 'he plumb-                 employees ia connection with   *'hen a gasket shall be placed aroun I lave a cleaning out screw on the un-
.siness  for  which  such  bond   the  spigot  and   forced   down   to   the der side.
bottom   of   the   socket and finished 39.   All   waste  pipes  from  fixtures
"A hen
Bary to licena gulate plr*"*bers
in the City of New Westminster, and
tc  provide  toi Intmenl    ol
plumbing ins;- provide
for thi   effectivi Mng and drain-
..   o   buildings;
Therefore the Municipal Council of
Uie Corp " ���  City  of  New
ister enacts as follows
:--ted.
11. Every snch bond ani license
shall be for the year current at the
time of the granting thereof, and shall
< xpire on the 15th day of January
next succeeding the date of issue.
12. Upon satisfactory evidence furnished to the Plumbing Inspector that
ny  master plumber has been  twice
my from time to   convicted by the Police Magistrate, or
...:. ....       J. s- ice of the Peace, of any viola-
an Inspector for plumbing and any tion of the provisions of this By-law.
��uch Inspector shall I . . the or any of the By-laws respecting
. rvision of the Board of Health limbing, drainage, sanitary matters,
and be given enumeration for his or water works, his license shall be,
services  as  the  Council  sh;,:!   deter-   IP*> facI��.  forfeited and returned to
the Inspector.
with mortar cement, as described other than water closets shall be pro-
above. Each pipe must be cleaned vided at the outlet with strong metal
out with a mop after being laid. The stringers, and all sinks shall be pro-
different lengths must be laid in per- vided with approved grease traps, ex-
fect line on the bottom and sides. All cept when such fixture is to be used
connections must be through "Y" for other than household purposes.
junctions. i"-    The waste pipes from no other
25. Any soil pipe passing through fixtures   shall   be   connected   with   a
a building, or beneath the floor of a water closet trap.
cellar or basement, shall be of cast- 4L   All   traps shall    be   protected
iron or brass as in section    23,   and from syphonage by a ventilating pipe
shall extend to at least five feet out- leading  from  the  highest  and  outer
side the  building, and  no wall shall portion  of  the  trap,  either  separate
bc built  :���   ning    solidly    upon    the or joining the main ventilating pipe,
same.
26. Every vertical soil pipe
,               , ���,,���,, ���..,���,i only be allowed if in the opinion of
be cast-iron or brass, and shall extend
the  inspector  it is   impracticable   to
provide otherwise.
42. For traps in water closets the
branch vetnilatiug pipe shall not be
less than two inches in diameter, and
not less than three inches for a building of three stories or more in height.
Where a bath or basin, or both, are
in the same room with a water closet,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.l
British  Columbia Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
PENITENTIAKY   S>UHiJLI��S.
Sealed Tenders addressed to "Inspectors    oi   PenitentarieS,   Ottawa."
and endorsed "Tenders for Supplies," j VANC0UVERi   VICTORIA
will  be  received  until   -Monday,   25ta'
June, inclusive, from parties desirous
Of   contracting  for  supplies,    for the
fiscal year 1906-1907, for the following
Institutions, namely: ���
Kingston   Penitentiary.
St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary.
Dorchester Penitentiary.
Manitoba Penitentiary.
British Columbia Penitentiary.
Alberta   Penitentiary.
Separate tenders will be received
for each of the following classes of
supplies: ���
1. Milk,  pure  fresh.
2. Beef  and  mutton   (fresh).
3. Forage.
bitumln-
notlce.)
. , .:,
(Subject to change without
ALASKA  ROUTE.
S.  S. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver June r,
seattleI
route.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1   n, ln
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER]
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a.
on Wednesday and  Mondavs.
m.
4. Coal   (anthracite    and
ous).
5. Cord wood.
6. Groceries, Pork, Bacon.
7. Coal Oil  (in barrels).
8. Dry Goods.
9. Drugs and Medicines.
10. Leather and Findings.
&c.
12. Fish,  fresh.
above   the   highest   fixture,   or   by   a
k^rj sealed  syphon  preventer,  which  will
o     4 D^r^ ^f Diamhtnir rvaiiinf-r^ 13.   Anv    master    plumber   whose
..   A Board oi Plumbing Examiners - sufficient height above the highest
shall be appoint   : annually by    the hon.ls  anu  license  maj   become  for
Council.    The Boat                   ��� eited shall not again oe entitled to a ^.w    roof    or   coping, or 11 gh
together by the Plumbi,  '        <"*�� *��� "�� declaration of | JJ-ft   to   the   satislaction   of
,ho shall he Secrel                   I '       '^ sha11 *                  b>'    the P,umbin* lM '
^,,1,'i'i.               ���     QcUmayf og Inspector and if such mast- 27.   No rain water down pip.    oi
��� i   plumber is carrying on  his  busi- chimney flue shall be used as a   ��� ���
]E,    .    .                     ses under ness ii   cooperation, or as a mem I   itor  for any  sewer trap, soil    or
'   "Pany. ' '���   ���         tnership   or ipe, or as a soil or waste pipe.
rsons empl                ���'     licensed ny shall not carry on the busi- 28.   Each building in which a water I the vents for the same may join the
egularly edu t plumbing                              of loset is placed s         e provided with c]0Set vent above the fixture.    Inno
ed pi              nd experienced plui ich cancellation. a main ventilating pipe of cast iron or ! ^gg shal]    m0re than three    water
provided, 14.    Before proca . ng to construct wrought iron pipe, galvanized, of no: c-10sets  communicate   with  the   same
Plumbii                       maj   notil le-construct,    alter    or    change  any less diameter than four inches, which ventilating pipe unless it is over two
said  workman to appear and          ��� '        of the plumbing, drainage or shall  be  carried  at least    two    feet in^es in diameter.
��� ���fore such Boa:           .min- ventilation    of    any    building,    the above the highest window, opening or 43    Overflow pipes must discharge
ers,   whose  decision  a.s  to  the  com- owner,  his    agent,' or    the    master light shaft. into the open air and may have a flap.
petency of such workman    shall    be lumber constructing the same shall 29.    Soil ur main ventilating pipes on The end to keep out draught.
final and conclush  , ;- *' in the office of the Plambing In- iE ,,:l extension must   be   carried   to 44.   Every safe under a wash basin,
4.   Certificates of          ��� tency may spector  an  application   for  a  permit and above the roof of the main build- bath,    urinal,  water-closet  or    other
be granted by the Board of Examin- therefor,   and   such   application   shall (Eg, when otherwise they would open urinal,    water-closet  or  other    other
ers to  an.             er producing proof be  accompanied with  a specification within 40 feet of any openings of the fixtures, shall be drained by a special
��� -ii  that thi ' .       -'ract thereof, in a  blank form niain or adjoining house. pipe unconnected with a sewer, waste
ant has undergone satisfactory train- pi escribed and supplied for that pur- ;;...   xo soil pipe shall be less than or soil pipe, discharging into the open
ing and due examination, and in ab- pose by the Plumbing Inspector, stat- four inches in diameter.      A    waste air.
sence of such proof to any applicant ing the  nature of work to be done, pipe  receiving the  discharge of  five 45.   No drain pipes from refrigera-
who shal! after an examination before and giving the size, kin is and weights or more sinks shall not be less than t.ors shall be directly connected with
the said Board be considered by them of  all   pipes,  traps  and  fittings,    to- three inches in diameter    and    shall any soil pipe, waste or sewer.
��� ���    ������ competent, and such certificate gether with a description of all clos- have two-inch branches. 46.   Water-closets    shall    not      be
shall ben                      ���   office of tbe ets and other fixtures, and a plan with 31,   when lead pipe is used to con- placed   in   an   unventilated   room   or
lng    Inspector,  the  person    re- a description of the locality sufficient Uect fixtures with    vertical    soil    or compartment.    In every    case    there
ceivng the same paying a fee of $1.00 for identification, and    showing    the waste pipe, or to connect traps with shall be an opening to the outer air.
nd such plumber shall be a drainage    system    complete.      Plans majn ventilators, it shall not be light- All    water-closets shall  be    supplied
registered    lum er of the city. must  be  legibly  drawn  in  ink  on  a er than: with  water   from   special   tanks,  and
Provided that the Chairman of the scale of 1-S in. to the foot; provided, ii.4 inches in diameter, 5% pounds the water from these shall not be Synopsis of Canadian" Home-
Board may grant, on being satisfied however, that this clause shall not ap- per yard. used for any other purposes. No water- ^_^ stead Regulations"-^-^
with the competency of any journey- -'��� to small repairs which do not al- \y�� inches in diameter, 7 pounds closets shall be directly supplied from
man plumber applying for the same, ter the plan of thc- plumbing. per yard. the  water    mains  or service    pipes.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
7th, 19th and 20th of each month for
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsinoi
way  points.  Leaves Victoria on
of each month for Cape Scott auM way
points including Quatslno.
re, Tinware, Paints, Oils       LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New   Westminster  on  Mon-
Details of information as to form of day,  Tuesday,   Wednesday,  Thun
contra.', together with forms of tend- and Friday at 3  p.  m. and  Satu
er, will be furnished on application to at 2 p. m. with additional trip on .'.!  ...
the  Wardens  of the  various  ��� institu-j day at 5 a. 111.
tions- Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday
All  1 ipplles  aro subject to the ap-  Wednesday, Thursday and Saturda
proval of lhe Warden.
All  t, tulers submitted  must specify   trip Saturday
clearly tiie institution, or institutions,
which   it   i.s  proposed  to  supply,  and
must bear the endorsation of at leas:
two responsible sureties.
Papers inserting this notice without
authority from the King's Printer will
not be paid therefor.
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
GEO.  W.  DAWSON,
Inspectors of Penitentiaries.
I Department  of  Justice,
Ottawa. May 25, 1906.
a temporary permit to such  plumber
A  permit shall  be grained  or      2 inches in diameter, S pounds per   Water closet cisterns shall be fitted
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Colum-
��� ay at
7 a. m.;  Friday at 6 a. m. additional
p. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New  Westminster,  8   a.  ni.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2d 1
and 16th of each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure  are  approximate.
For reservations and information
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
for a period not exceeding thirty days,   refused   within  seven  days  from the   yard.
which  permit shall confer    on    such   time of filing of the application,   and      2% inches in diameter, 10% pounds
plumber the same  privilege for that   the permit of the Plumbing Inspector   per yard.
with ball taps, etc., to prevent waste.
47.   Where the trap of a closet is
above the floor, the  connection with
^ ! Ma, may be homesteaded by any per-   Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver
period  only  as if he held  a  certifi-   'if granted)  shall be valid    for    six      3 inches in diameter, 13%  pounds   the soil pipe shall be made with brass
pounds
and  rubber approved  floor flanges.
son who is the sole head of a family,
j or any male over 18 years of age, to
j the  extent  of  one-quarter   section  of
160 acres, more or less.
48.   Overflow    or discharge    pipes
Entry  must be made  personally  at
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
W. 11. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New Westminster.
Trains & Steamers
C. P. R. MAIN LINE.
e city of New Westmln- Equality and thic^ess/'to the pJpes   ence which 'allows* thTescIpe into the I "ft���?? one of the blowing plans. ��j����� Jew Westminster 7.25 daily,
11       .   ���                            ��� (1) At  least six  month,    res r pm-p "Save .New   Westminster 17.20 dailv.
II  not  issue  any  permit to which they are attached.                   house of air or gas which has been   ���n\,���    '   ,      ,,.   *          ,  .,   residence                         w���f��w     in .,, V-
,i������ ������ 1  1... ;���..������   . ���,i u ,                                                        ...                      upon   and  cultivation  of  the  land  in Anue  -Vw   Westminster  10.30 daily.
���    ���- from the Board of Examiners. months from the date of issue. per yard.
5.    Under   and   immediately   after 16.    If the Plumbing Inspector shall 4  inches in  diameter,    24
the passage of this By-law,    and    in find that the said plans and specifi- per yard. from tanks  for drinking water shall   the local land office for the district in
ensuing year on or before the cations do not. conform with the rules Trap vent pipes shall be of brass, never be directly connected with any   wJ"Ch the land Is situate.
lay of July, any persons desir- and requirements laid   down   in   re- !,Ml], cast or galvanized wrought iron, soil, vent, waste pipe or sewer.                 The homesteader is required to per-
carry on business or trade as spect to plumbing and drainage in the All traps and fil.ings shall be equal 49.   No closet or any other conveni-   forrr   the conditions connected there-
a mastei                 within the City of Bj'-laws of the
! ��� nse^halfbe Zted LTiheVnSng and drainage,'and i. "'^^'cZu^^TZuu be of canned' l7any TaVoTiVoT trom & ��j ,ffiSe�� ^ '^ "   Arrive  New  Wesl"'Iter I -   -
up in the office or shop of the master shall be unlawful to    proceed   there- the best clean grey metal, free from the drain or soil pipe, or which allows I     (2) If the father (or mother, if the           C P. R  MISSIO.VbRANCH
��� at  all   times,  for  which  he with. sand     cracks,     honeycomb,     porous ; the accumulation of filth in or about   father is deceased) of the homesteader  Lv. N.W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.60.
,,..      ���   the time of the issuing 17.    After   a   plan   or   specification places, air holes, or other defects, and it,  shall  be  fitted  up  or used.            presides  upon  a  farm  in  the  vicinity  Lv. Seattle, 12.30;   Ar. N W. 20.20.
��� a sum of $20.00.    Except as has once been approved no alteration 0f the    grade known as    "Standard" 50.   All  water  pipes  must be  pro-  of the land  entered for  the require-;        C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
provided,   my person may or  deviation  from  the  same  will   be which may be used below all fixtures, tected from injury or settling.               | ments as to residence may be satisfied   Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
take out a license under the provis- allowed, except with the written con- and  for ventilating pipes the    grade 51,   The plumbing inspector    shall , by such person residing with the fa-  Ar.   N.   W.  9.15,  10.30,  19.10,  20.20.
Bylaw on   behalf of    a sent of the Plumbing Inspector. known  as  "Standard"  of the    heavy have   the   power   to   enter  upon   any jth" 0r  mother.                                                  C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
nership,    firm    or    company    of IS.    From and after the passing of quality.      In    buildings    over    three premises and examine the plumbing, I     w) �� the settler has his permanent   Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
whkh he may be a member. this By-law every owner, or agent, of stories    in  height    the lower    three ventilation and drains, and should the   J'esu'ence   uP"n   f;irm,llK  land   owned      GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
6.    No person Bhall receive such   a   an owner, of any  building, doing or   stories must be fitted with the grade
.   ���.              is be has a place of busi- causing to be done, any plumbing in
within the City of   New    West- such  building shall, on the same be
��� iter, and furnishes a bond binding ing passed by the Plumbing Inspector
-   nself to the amount of $500.00 with b<   granted a certificate    that    Buch
at U     '   two sureties in the sum    of plumbing has been done    in    accord-
each to 'he satisfaction of the ance  with  the City  By-laws, and on
nci   Committee, or a bond to the being requested to do so shall deliv-
���   amount from a guarantee com- er such  certificate    to    any    person   per foot.
panj-, that he will employ only regis- proposing to purchase or occupy such      Medium
tubers    who   have    received building. per foot.
,  , by him  in  the vicinity of his  home-' Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m    ar  Seattle 4 11 m
  Same' ln "f Opml0n' be;n a" UnSani" ' ^ead, the requirements as to residence   Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; a? Seattle 10  un".
known as    medium.      Ine  following   tary condition, may notify the owner,  may  be   satisfied   by  residence   upon   Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
or his agents, to have the same put ��� the said land. , Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. m., ar. N. W. 9.35.
in a sanitary condition, and any per- |    Six months' notice in writing should  P-m.
son neglecting to do so forthwith, to | be given to the Commissioner of Do- j V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
the   satisfaction  of  the   pumbing  in- j minion Lands at Ottawa of intention   Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and 9.35 p.m.
will be accepted:
Standards    2, 3,
diameter.
Below  fixtures  3,
20 pounds  per  foot.
Above  fixtures 3,
, 5, G inches in
iV2, CVi, 8%, 1",
4%.  6%,
spector shall be liable  to the penal- jt0 aPP'y for patent
pounds   ties of this by-law.
52.   The plumbing inspector is also
'j. O'.i, Ul, 11\ 20 pounds   authorized   to  receive   and   place   on
file drawings and descriptions of the
hold a  certificate ot  competency      H��.    No  part of any  plumbing    or All fittings used in connection with plumbing  and  drainage  of  buildings
trom  the   Board  of  Examiners to do   drainage   work  shall   be  covered    or such pipes shall correspond in weight executed  in  the City of New  West-
all sue]       m   lng work as he may en-   concealed  in  any  way  until    it.    has and  quality.    All  such  pipes and fit- minster, prior to the passage of this
'���'-''  to io, and whether be Is a prac-  been examined and approved of by the tings to be coated inside and oui with by-law, and examine and give a cer-
������ "   I'." ei  himself or not, will not.   Plumbing Inspector, 10 whom notice tar and asphaltum. tificate, if in accordance with the pro-
or all. tt any such work to be   must be sent, when the work is suffi- 33,    Before    being    accepted,      all visions of this by-law,  upon  request
11   In connection wiib the business   ciently advanced to be Inspected, un- plumbing work    shall  be tested    by b\   owners of said  buildings.
-   by sucl    registered   plumbers,   IfeSB in the case of drainage below the water or other test approved by and 53.   Any   person   guilty   of  an   In-
���������ill   no-   riolate  any  of   Burface ol  the ground, which the In- made in the presence of the plumbing fraction of any the provisions of Uiis
���-he  terms . nd   conditions,   rules  ami   Bpectoi   ha    tailed   to   inspect   within inspector. All defective material shall by-law shall be liable, on conviction,
������������'���'���     ���������������   '   ������    Ined  in  thi    Bj law,   the five  working hours next  ensuing De   removed   and   replaced,   and   bad to be fined in any sum not xeceeding
othei   B; '   ���    which   shall   after being notified, then ihe ground workmanship  made good, at  the ex- $100, inclusive of costs, and in case
come   Into   force   from   time  to   lime   may be filled in. in case of an emer- pense  of  the   master   plumber  doing (,r non-payment of the fine and costs
n:  the Cltj  of  New  Westminster  re-   .'.nev affecting the public safety. the work. ibe same may be  levied  by distress]
spectlng plumbing, drainage, sanitary      20.   All materials must be of good 34,   All joints    in iron    or    brass and sale of goods and chattels of the
and  water works  within the   quality and [ree from defects and the sewer pipe, soil pipe, waste pipe and offender, and in case of non-payment
work must be executed in a thorough ventilators shall be made wiih a gas- j of the fine, and ihere being no  dis-
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister  of the   Interior.
N.  B.���Unauthorized  publication  of
this  advertisement  will   not  be  paid
for.
t
Every person .b siring such    li-  ami workmanlike manner.
and be perfectly gas light.
cense shall file with ihe Inspector of 21. The arrangement of soil and
Plumbing, a petition in writing giv- waste pipe musi be as direel as posing nam., of applicant, and in the case Bible.
oi a  partnership, the name    of    "ttch 22.    The soil, waste and ventilating a  brass ferrule of lhe same diameter
member thereof,   together   with   the pipes and traps must, where practlc- of the lead pipe, put in a hub of the
place  of business, ami asking to be- able, be exposed to view for ready in- jmn pipe and caulked with lead.   Tho
come a license.1 master plumber, ami spection at  all  limes    and    for    con- ferrule   shall  be  connected   with   the
s"'i'1 i"11''1"1 shall be accompanied by venience in repairing,     when neces- ioa(i ptpe with a wiped joint.   Vent
Oi"  bond  and   fee  hereinbefore men- sarily  placed  within  partitions or  in ,���������] flush pipes of water closets shall
Uoned. rocesses of walls, soil, waste and ven- be connected with brass couplings.
8. Any change in linn or location tilating pipes must be covered with 33. AU connections of lead, waste
of the business shall be promptly re- woodwork so fastened as to be read- and vent pipes shall be made with
ported 10 the Plumbing Inspector, and lij removed.   ]n ���o case shall ihey be wiped joint.
ihe license shall    be    kept iu n con- bo placed as to be absolutely inacces-      p,7.    All wate,-closets, urinals, sinks,
spicuoUB place at  the location of Hie sible unless under written permission basins, wash-trays, baths, and all tubs
business, from the Plumbing Inspector. or   sets  of   tubs,  adn  hydrant,  waste
9. When any member of a partner- 2::. When the ground is made or pipes shall be separated and effective-
ship or company is licensed Individ- unsound the house sewer shall be of ]y trapped, except when a sink and
utill.v for the partnership or company, medium or standard cast-iron or brass washtuba immediately adjoin each
Hi" liens,, may be issued in lhe name pipe, wilh joints properly caulked 0ther, in which case the waste pipe
Of tbe lino, co-partnership or com- with lead. trom the tubs may bo connected wllh
pany, the said license setting out the '���     24.    In sound ground, providing it is the Inlet side of the sink traps. Urln��l
ket of oakum, and lead, hand caulked, ' tress   found   out  of  which  the  same
can be levied, such offender shall be
35.   All  connections of lead    with  liable to be imprisoned for any period
iron or brass pipe shall be made with ( not exceeding two months.
53A. This by-law shall come into
force from and after such date as
may be named by the council by resolution.
51. This by-law may be cited as
the "Plumbers and Plumbing Regulation By-law, 1900."
Done   and   passed   in   open   council
the 4th  day  of June, 190G.
(L. S.)      W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
W. II. KEARY,
Mayor.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
!
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Daily I NEW l|    Daily
Leave| WESTMINSTER! Arrive
9:20am|Hlaine,  Belling,|3:00 pm
4:35 pm ham       Bui"ling-!9:55pm
Iton,   Mt,   Ver-
kion,     Everett,
Seattle and
iPortland, *
4:35 pinlSpokane,      St.13:00 pm
|Paul    and    all
  points  East.
9.20 am|Anacortes, 3:00 pm
IWoolley,     and
|Rockport.
3:00 pm;Vancouver |9:20 am
9:55 pm| |4:35 pm
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all points East.
For complete information,
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. O. YERKES, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon 2.40 p.m.; ar. N. W.
9.35 p.m.
Mondays onlv.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and S a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. .Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 n.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th��� Sat. S a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun.,
3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 0 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rithet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm. S.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside. .10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.m.
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Settle, etc.. .. 8.45 a.m. 3.30 p.m.
Van. & Cent. Park...l0.30a.m.    2 p.m.
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
East Burnaby  1.15   1.80 p.m.
Steveston.  etc  1.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
East, via C. P. R.. .4.45 pm. 7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. R.. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby..3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Tlmberland, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m.   12.00 m.
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ar< mei o long e ;pe;ienc< '��� n emplo; rtt others
an< ;heii V o ���'��� ii h< bes kfttWi t< tlft Denta
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Friday In tbe
lock,  In  the  small
>..'   block.     Visiting
lially Invited to at-
!Dd' ���    hi.Hi.  C.  K.;   F.   P.
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|C0L'RTRoyAL COLUMBIA. No. SS08.
,".��- F-      e regular meetings of
re held on the Second
I in sdavs of each mouth
at i
VI
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bi in   are   cordialy   In-
;;;! i   EE Pirth,"~c. u.;
'���'���Maxwell, Sec.
��lbA0YAL TEMPLARS OF TEM-
'tRANcn meet every Wednesday
J., ��'clo.', p. ���,., in Oddfellows'
ja"; Columbia street. Visiting
"woreo are cordially invited I" at-
7'  J. S. Bryson, S. C;  .1. McD,
Uiii!''t1, S, (���
80Snr,O,F SC��TLAND  BENEFIT AS-
CAMp    ��N" L0RD 0F THE ISLE:S
.,' ',19l.~M.'els on the Firsl and
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Chief.' ���''' ":i1       :' : "     "'    '"' "
^     ' "���' day of every  month  In
���'��� J. Forrester, Rec. See.
,-er l,,0F TRADE.���New   WeHtniiti-
B0il   "' Of  Trade  meets   In   lbe
E) m-Citv Hnll>aa f"ii��wH:
(j,u,f , ...  of each month,
W'E ''���""''"������    on  the si  ��� ���
il of     February,    ��
A,. ' '   November,   at   8   [,   tn
Wmh   |ne��tlngs   nn    the   sen nd
�� i         February.       >
electsfi t,ft   proposed   and
Hewil' any morft.hly or quarterly
J*11"- A. E. White. See.
Westminster
i .' HliiifliinKircii w'ir^
kDATMEl   MoKA1    Propriator.
Impo te   am   manufac :u re   d
litiiii! am li'tini)! ^iirmnicnrs
leadstows
;ai)��!;>. 'ombste Etc.
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Nev    lA.'nnt-mirifite'",  B.  C.
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     bia St.
S. G. TIDY,
 PLORISl
Plants and A fa    k in, ������   cut
Dahlias
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and 10th Street.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a  Sprrialty.
Trl.   113. Office  Eighth   Otrrrl.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   P.   C.
Stil! Doing BiiRlnrsB At ttm oi(i r.tand.
W. McRAE,
Merchant Tailor
. i hei .i 'ice* wo ������ I cdmift^ nsiilei t<  rjrofil ���/
../ill     ,;i|iiii[
Platintx Fillin]
Si'"."'    ''iliin;
v  "'      Gold Crowns .... $5.00
$1.00     Bridge Work 1-;,) $*n<
50i   j Set of Teeth   .   . . $5.00
Consultation ah<  : xsrthiriatidh Free of Charge.
AllOur Work Gu��r&Tteed for 10 Years With  a
Protective Guarantee.
I
Dentists,. lJi
Hou s 9 a. m. to S p. m. ' Remember the Place
IO"     Ha��i,Cin.s"s    N.t.   \V ..    Vait����nu*i
Shingle and Saw
Machinery
The   Schaake   Machine  Works.   \,U\ t
Now VVr-stnvn��(er, B. C.
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Ucciniuuo   lehuiaiv   Ki.   M
lourinf
-   -    -   Every Day in the Year
Between Sralllr nnd ( lu�� nj/<��
Great Northern Railway
II,p t ,,,���/..,i,,hlf  UVi'"   Rtitttf -if ihr Tammm Ortrntril I imitrd
Columbia   ItrSSl
Phil] Una of Engiiah, ecotcn and Irish
tweeds and worsteds niwnyn in stock
Bpring itooi oot�� In,   llaJtfl ���"""
election,
F. CRAKE,   \
Watchmaker and
Manufacturing Jeweler.
Acquired��� through   knowledge  ot  thej
btwrness in Kngland with lf�� ysswa ex-:
PltTi     -fP ��~* ptrtane*.   Uter w���� 7 years  manager
^"STCr    V^O��  of the wAtrb   repairing department, of
.lavage,   LjTBWU    *���    (";"-.     Montres
ffenry ,:'- fl      ��� ���      * tttmmgst pSfrt ��< i
the time.
VIA   I'll
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Jf '��������tram   D*pot
c��lumBi-j  at.
:i- leered    promot.iv  t.n any
light
FlrriTtAh,    SwiW,   Ampviran   and   all
complicated ��� i ��� n��a   feawed, ��>��
made lift* HW Anrl ftdijttBted.
&^ and HeaVV Hauling Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from SeOi Adum�� 6*0��i9��5
I'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Avp.   Cor. Ifith  Street
Nrw Wfi-ilininstfir. R, f���
PHARMACEUTICAL
All kinds of Ship repair       CHEMISTS for
W?Hk' i  o p UM PURE DRUGS and
Ship and Scow   Building j      CHEM,CALS
a specialty.
Plstimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Het^icicnccs
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
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t-olnshire handfcaii, nnd in tiie airivrrm
tho  WeSdaj   i-ii'foro ihr.  (Vsaroviirh.
���mds of oommissions fdv flonnlc
nnd '������       ���      "' '""
time ' ' " '      n wlTtl
the Grahri National in -;	
Tho camVividffo and "V biife ��� �� ---
Stakes in tne autumn.
''"������   amomiT  of  mom������   --���   I, ofl  !g
hatiiraWy a stefe'ret '���' ' T^o man
 ���' tiie of1ii"o and tho proprietors, hut in tei  *;-"��� It Is certain
tkAl "'��� ���it is not loss than |2,500
and   -;    "��� "' '���,''1 nnd more in
a sinelo i'"
Firm ��� tl    "���:"    l ��� organise
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liom Rneltind. Tho Satntday evening
mall especially OVerwheiihS thn post-
iM' i������" md all hands are
..'ipilsi'tniiod  I    "mm. otih    Tha
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ri "I'i   Tint    -n   striking   "
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Krtortmms Stiths  tiro  gpehl   hy   bet-
     agehfcies bh  afivbrtisliig    thoir
sel e's      I ��� "- of the  prlnolpal  bet-
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. "������ on statitps alone, and their ttli-
vertlseiriehi I Iti pttp'fei'S Etna circulars
In l!��'ir, are said to have cost thorn
��� /������ .vo-'f sr..iifi(i and $2r-./iOO.
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Will Stretch Cable.
The work of replacing the
phono cable atcross the river is to be
begtif) tomorrow moTnins:. nnd will he
ootnpletod in a short tinio. Tho now
caiile will he considerably heavier
than the old one, and will consist of
oitjht pairs of wires instead of six.
This increase is in view of possible extensions, and as the result of the increase of telephone users on the other
side of the river. It is expected that
the new cable will meet all demands
for some time t.o come. Tlie work of
st ringing the wires on the polos
placed in nosition during the last two
weeks will also be commenced thl3
week, and the B. C. Cannery and the
Industrial Cannery will be equipped
with the new wires.
"H"1EHF.PEI! TELLS
A SAD 'Hi. OF WOE
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tho sidr-w. '
ft. To pa-, for his own horse al tlio
ond  of tfh'e T'Otind sonson.
7.   To draw $<">o per monili.
This.   M--.    Murray   Thinks,   Is
finVni ETonni for nnrsina: a vot.
torminod rosoiv 	
iys moroo\r.r. tha" his r'eslgna-
tirm Is final unless thi prepared to romo ���   I       nd make
a more s.v    '    ���
e'erhing The scope of his   i
-���    of romnnorntion.
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WHERE  HENRIETTA    SHINES.
Tlv" ���    ns in this city will re-
Iti the announcement thai Henrietta i ���     ti   will   bo   soon   at   the
Westminster   opera, house    on    dune
COth, when  sho will  present hei  latest Now York hit and gre '���  II I  ii
tho sparklins modern comedy, "V
'���' u ��� .   Quito   Contrary."    Of  a''
slibceSses  this  famous    actress    has
made and they are many and
ptcuoii      non.'  hS       |    "   1  lior triumph in this rotnody.    Xo such pi
was r I       bel ' 1 upon hi
I        im    ' om '     poi trayal ..r Mary
li    ''���"   oomody,    'Mary.   Marj   Quite
������ ���iry."    The  theatre-going public
���' ��� familiar with Mia    C       man'e de-
ilghtfttl ";"         '    ti Inments, Those
who nave nol already   enjoyed   her
work have heard of it, bo they know
the charni it p Iiui in nothing Miss C     iman has dOne was she
s,> fSSclnating, so alluring or was her
wlnesome personality   so   engagingly
��� ' Ited as in lhis modern comedy,
tieyond all question In "Mary, "
Quito Contrary," she has scored the
greate'st hit. of her many triumphs, tl
goes without, saying thai this ae
will havo an excellent company and
tho play will be beautifully staged.
Miss Crossman never falls along these
linos. Her name is syiionomous with
all that, is highest and best ln dramatic undertakings. Her visit will be
justly regarded as a notable theatrical event of the season.
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A SURE SIGN.
Montreal, June 17.���There is a rumor here that the papal representative
in Washington is to be replaced, and
that. his successor will be the ablegate in Canada, Mgr. SharretU. It
was noticed at the Sacred Heart convent the other day that the ablegate
had wonderfully Improved his English
and the supposition Is that his excellency has had the Washington post
in view. 6
THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY,  JUNE  18, 1906.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
STRAWBERRIES
We have made our arrangements for supply.    As usual you  will  be
able to secure the best the market affords right here.
Some extra value in New Zealand Jam in self-opening tins at 50c���
the best yet.
Ripe Tomatoes, 15c per lb.   Cabbage���splendid stock, only 5c per lb.
Everything the best at the lowest prices.
T. S. ANNANDALE
"OUR GROCER"
WEST END GROCER
D.   W.  GILCHRIST
WOMAN LECTURES
ON LIQUOR EVILS
Fiery   Denunciations of  the     Hideous
Traffic Pour from the Lips of
W. C. T. U. Representative.
Some of Our
Many Bargains
INK SLINGEHS AND
COUNTER HOPPERS
Ten acres till in a lirst
class state of cultivation
and planted in fruit. 7
roomed house and good
barn. One half mile
from School and Church,
Close to station.    Price
$3,500
N.B.-This is an Al buy
For	
$5,250
you can buy 208 acres of
first class land, 120 acres
cleared and cultivated.
Six roomed house, woodshed, two barns and
windmill. Good water.
Close to Railway Station     Terms Good.
Mclnnes & Kerr,
Real   Estate   Brokers,
278  Columbia  Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Telephone   170.
TO RENT
A modern two story house on
Agnes Btreet, two doors west of
Lorne street. Four bedrooms,
hath, basement, hot and cold
water, also shed suitable for
horse or chickens. $18 per
month.
White & Shiles
Real   Estate and  Insurance.
200 Columbia St. Phone 85.
Meet   in   First   Struggle   for   Baseball
Supremacy���Lineup  Kept a
Close Secret.
Several juniors played baseball in
senior company lor the lirsi time in
iheir lives last Saturday at the game
which took place at Queen's Park between the Counter Bouncers and tho
Ink Slingers. There were a few members of each craft present, among the
motley gathering that assembled io
watch the game, and these were pressed into service, as only the captain of
each team appeared on Lhe field prepared to play ball.
Small boys who were practicing lacrosse had their sticks taken away
frifn t.lieni, and were ordered to face
the pitcher. Xo lineup of the teams
was available, and an analysis of the
play carefully compiled by the reverter WW5 snatched away before h*
could lsave the grounds. The score
w*s ie itins to 2 in favor of the
nine who plashed at the ball nnder
���Rynll's. captaincy, and they would
have made more runs had it not been
tha* tin* were too tired to play. The
casteiiias of the contending teams Buy
that in the future they will have all
tJ-usir men delivered on tho ground by
the ��rpress oompamtee, eo aa to be
sure that, they will be on hand when
wanted.
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CIRCUS LEAVES A
KANGAROO BEHIND
It Is Dead, However, and Soon Makes
Its     Presence     Known      to
Human   Olfactories.
I
Fine
Residence
Sites
Three of the finest residential
lots in tho city���only now put
on tho markel���on Queen's avenue and Peele street. For a few
days these may be had cheap
and on easy terms.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance & Real Kstate
Agents.        Tel. Kill.        Columbia St.
Belyea & Co.
General Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling uur specallty.
Wood and Coal
Dealers
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telenhone 1B0.
The last trace of lhe circus disappeared on Sal urday evening, when
ihe ciiy scavenger was called upon
by the chief of police to collect and
dispose of the carcas of a kangaroo
which had been lying on Tipperary
Square ^ince Nlorris & Rowe said
good-bye to New Westminster. The
dead native of ihe antipodes had
been a strong attraction for the small
boy every day for some time, hut
within Hie last few days. Hie attraction became too pronounced to lie
pleasant, and the police were notified.
The kangaroo has not got a pleasant
odor at the best of times, but when
one has been dead several days, it
takes all of oven a hardened scavenger's courage if) approach Hie carcas.
Great interest has been taken
among local temperance people in the
visit here of Miss Emma J. Page, of
Tacoma, who is lecturing in connection wilh lhe convention of the W.
j C. T. U. that takes place this week
at the Queen's Avenue Methodist
church, and the sacred edifice was
comfortably filled last night on Hie
occasion of her first address. Miss
Page spoke after the evening sermon,
and a majority of the large congregation remained lo listen to her remarks.
Miss Page has been connected with
the work of the W. C, T. O. for many
years and in the course of her lecturing tours has visited eighteen slates
in America, and is now on her lirsi
visit lo Canada, speaking lasi night
roi- the lirst lime in British Columbia,
Recently she has been more actively
connected with the Band of Mercy
organizations, and juvenile work generally, bul lias again taken up the
work of lecturing on behalf of the \V.
(\  T. V. s
In her opening remarks. Miss Page
plunged immediately inlo her subject,
and in the course of hei' forty-five
minute speech, the liquor traffic came
in for some very strong condemnation, and the apathy of a certain
class of people in regard to it was
severely criticised. Her discourse
was pletnifully interspersed with anec-
dotes and stories tending to show the
widespread ravages of the liquor traffic, frequent references to biblical allusions and texts, and was listened to
throughout with rapt attention on the
part of the audience. In part she
said:
"Every heart   needs io he aroused
against this hellish business, and it is
the aim of the W. C. T. U. that every :
woman   in   the   land   shall   taike   an
active part in suppressing the traffic.
We shall noi  be satisfied until every '
saloon  in   the   land   shall   have   heen
closed, and to do this we must have
the   co-operation   of   every   Christian
man and woman of every denomination.     In   my   opinion,   if   the   liquor
curse could be  wiped  off this continent,  the  churches would  very soon
have  ti   tar  greater  influence  on  the
masses  of  the   people.    As  long  as
ihere are fathers lo turn into fiends.;
mothers    to debauch,  boys  to    send
hellward,  girls to degrade, and souls
to sink into sin, just  so long will it
be necessary    for all  right    thinking j
people to work together i'or the clos-,
ing of the saloons. j
"li is nol enough to go up into the
sanctuary Sunday after Sunday, join ;
in the prayers and sing Psalms. This
is not Ihe kind of service that counts.
The Lord says, 'Is it such a fast as
this that 1 have chosen?' It was
rather "That ye loose ihe bonds of
wickedness, and let the oppressed go
free, and break every yoke.' That was
God's command lo which they should
all hearken.
"There is nothing so deterrent to
the work of the church as the liquor
traffic. It is the greatest stumbling
block. Business men and corporations are one in their denunciations
of the liquor business, as they realize
that nothing robs them of more profits
than this curse, and in everv business
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| Stylish Pattern Hats |
For Little Money, Friday and Saturday
All one price to effect a speedy clearance. There are about 25 hats in
the lot and every hat is of this season's make up. You will wonder why
we are making such a sacrifice of New Hats but we find ourselves over
stocked at this season. To remedy this we give you the benefit of the
low price now, rather than later on. The regular prices of these hats
run from $5.50 to $10.00.   We sell  them on  Friday  and  Saturday  for
$3.50 EACH
Artistic
Effects
in home dec .rat ion ne ���<! 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.
MONEY
TO LOAN
If you are thinking of building a
home, we can assist you if you are
short of funds, or if you want to
buy a home and have not sufficient
money, we will furnish what you
need, repayable monthly	
FARM LOANS
We make a special feature of farm
loans, giving special terms on repayments   	
F. J. Hart & Co.
LTD.
285 Columbia St., New Westminster.
New  Westminster
Vancouver
Chilliwack
Get Ready For The
Fruit Season
By Having Your
Preserving
Kettle
Call and examine our stock.
Complete line of tin and granite-
ware.
Anderson & Lusby
of reputable standing today, it is a
recognized fact that the total abstainer will always get the preference,
because he can always be depended
upon at any time, while the drinking
man is apt. to fall at the critical
moment.
"We must grapple with this tireless, remorseless, pitiless foe in real
earnest. We must stamp out the
saloon before we can hope to relieve
the misery that exists all around us.
The saloon is responsible for more
crimes than even its most inveterate
enemies can imagine. They are dragging girls down by the thousands
every year, and this is being done
openly, in supposedly Christian communities, where any other kind of
crime would be immediately resented;
yet this goes on day after da^-, an.l
not a hand is raised against it by the
citizens.
"The cry of the desperate, "Oh. if
the saloon were only closed, 1 might
be a man again.' How often is this
heard in every city and town. This
cry of your poor oppressed brother,
dragged down with this terrible craving for strong drink calls unto you for
release. It calls for Immediate action on your part, and it must bo a
concerted action. Boys aro being
snared in saloons by hundreds of
thousands on this continent, and nothing is being done to stop it. The people look- to tho churches lo stop this
evil.
"The saloon men are amazed at
your patience. A commercial traveller
engaged in the liquor business, speaking of it lo a friend some few days
ago said: 'It is a hellish business,
and I am surprised that the church
people have stood for it ko long. I
detest, lhe business, hut as long as
they allow the .saloon to run, and
there is money in it, I am going to
make what I can out of it.'
"Right in this city, you are allowing
sixteen saloons to run six days every I
week, putting temptation in the path
of your children and husbands, when j
you know that by a concerted effort
on your part, you could have them all
closed at the next election, for, mark
my word, the liquor traffic in British
Columbia shall fall just as soon as
you  will  unite against   il."
Al lhe close of lbe lecture, pledges
were signed by those present. A collection was taken up on behalf of the
W.  ('.  T.   V., and   lhe  mooting closed
wiih singing an.l ihe benediction,
Wanted���House lo rent, six rooms,
furnished or unfurnished; modern
conveniences,    Apply News' offlce,
For Sale���Electric lighl fittings, almost new, wire, switches, ceiling
connections, drops and fittings complete  tor ten lights.    Price $<l.0(>.
For Sale���Strong revolver, double
action, ejector, six-inch barrel, six
chambers, for II caliber Smith and
Wesson cartridges; fine condition.
Price $io.   Apply Daily News.
"The Mih^ikee"
"The   Pione��r  Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha  to |
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any!
railroad   in   the   world  that   equal   in
equipment that of the  Chicago, Milwaukee   &  St.   Paul   Railway.     They I
own  and operate  their  own  sleeping'
and dining cars on alll their trains and j
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
service  not obtainable elsewhere.
H, S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or. I
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IW. S. COLLISTER ^ CO.!
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Which Kind For You?
The Tubular or Bucket Bowl.      Low Down or High Can.
Simple Bowl or Bowl full of Parts.
Enclosed Gears or Exposed'Gears.    Self oiling or Oil Yourself
Just look into these facts and  you  can't help  but  be  convinced
that this is the only one to buy.
We believed in them by buying a  carload.
The prices of these separators are also the lowest.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
^i!XXZ<K*ZirX7XX*7XXXXXX.<r'XXXXXXX XXXXXX^X.XXXXX<XXXXX.*'X.*X.*X*: _
% Fire Insurance.
Life Insurance.
VJ We have been api lointed agents for the Union  Assurance  Society
!���<   of London, England, which has been carrying on fire  insurance busine;
>*<  since 1714 A. D.
which has  a capital and accumulated  funds of
$20;000,00Q.
The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance record:
Dec. 31st, 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $G0,400.   Prem. $22,954.60
1900 Assurance in force  $1,792,500. Premiums $ 62,605.96
1901 " " 2,554,904. " 92,029.30
1902 " " 3,425,897. "        126,695.21
1903 " " 4.086,112. " 150,644.(IS
1904 " " 4,509,754. "        166,884.20
roZEL. McQUARRIE & CO, "l/gUTf
186   Columbia   Street,  NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
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Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Ciame In Season
\We deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P. O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster, B. C.
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' Electric Railway Service!
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
,a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line-
G.30 a. m. to 11
-service rrom
p. m.
30 Minute Service during remainder or day. Transfer at
Leopold flaee.
Sunday Service half-hourly between 8 a. m. and 10 p. m-
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���id Minute Service, except between 12 and
2, and 5 and 7, during whicli
hours the service win be
half-hourly.
20 Minute Service���mo transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and 7.
Sunday Service
tween 8 a. m.
hait-nouriy he-
and 11 p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd t
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