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Massacres   Hundreds   of Jews
Hebrew Replies to Signal for Uprising By Throwing Bomb
Into Corpus Christi Procession and Fierce
Sacrifice of Life and Property Follows.
Bialystok, Russia J-.u.c 11.--A
j,-wish anarchist threw a bomb among
tbe Corpus Christi procession which
was in progress here and killed or
wounded intiny persons.
In consequence the Christians attacked and massacred the Jews and
demolished their shops.
Hundreds of persons were killed or
The bomb was thrown from the
balcony of a honse in Alexandrovia
A clergyman, named Remonoff, was
pmong the killed in the explosion.
After the explosion, the Jews began te lire with revolvers from the
windows of the house into the crowd.
Soldiers surrounded the house and
fired two volleys into the windows.
Meanwhile the exasperated Christians attacked the Jews' stores in
Alexandrovia street, demolishing the
fixtures anil windows, and throwing
"oils into the gutter and beating
and murdering the Jews.
A crowd of Jews fled to the railway
station pursued by the mob. which
killed many of them.
Three .lews were thrown from the
second story windows of the railroad
station building.
e  Jews   are   fleeing   from   Bialy-
the    mobs    arc    pursuing
Dragoons have been sent out to protect the Jews.
Thc Jews arrivng here on the rail-
read Irains have been dragged from
the cais and many of them have been
Troops have cleared the railway
Al I o'clock this afternoon the dis-
ttirbances still continued.
1 '������'��� leatesl despatches fron. Bialystok, which were received aboul midnight, report a situation of the utmost,
gravity.     The   anti-Jewish   outbreak
I there was still raging    Fighting was
iu progress in the *   eets.    Fighting
v.as continuous.
The best stores in the city had been
j sacked  and  many  Jews  were  dead
j and wounded.
Figures, however, were not    given
i out and probably the casualties are
unknown  in  Bialystok  owing to  the
j continuance of the disorders.
The signal for the outbreak which
was apparently deliberately planned,
perhaps, as a result of a cbjnter
stroke for the assassination of Chief
of Police Derkatchoff on June 10,
which was attributed to Jewish Bund-
ists, is given as the explanation 3f
the bomb firing. This was followed
by revolver fusilades in several quar
tres of the city.
The police are said to have not interfered with the rioters, who number
three-fourths  of  the    population    of
the city.
The   Jews   offered  the   best   resist-
j ance possible, many of them hein 5
armed, bul were unable to prevent
the pillaging of    their    homes    and
I places of business.
Finally the military  interfered, but
j according   to   advices   received   here,
wlthoul   being able to  restore  order.
Reinforcements have been  sent  to
' Bialystok.
Several members of parliament to-
i.ight received messages from Jewish
correspondents at Bialystok, declaring thai the police apparently had
given over the Hebrew population to
slaughter. These     correspondents
urged thai the only hope was in an
appeal to the ministry of the interior
lo interfere in their behalf.
A delegation of deputies immediately called at the headquarters of the
police department, where they were
informed that all measures possible
had been taken to stop excesses and
restore order.
Insurance Companies  Have Bureau in
Which   Names   of   Rejected
Ones Are Posted.
Makes  an   Average  of Twenty  and  a
Quarter  Knots on  Speed
Toronto, Ont, June 14.���At the insurance Inquiry this morning .1. Rad-
Bhaw, actuary of Imperial Life, gave
details of an interesting system pur-
S-:<M by lif,. insurance companies. He
';il|l insurance companies are ineni-
"!s "' ii literary bureau in Boston.
llu'u :i policy is refused nol ice of
"to refusal and the name of the ap-
ll!";"!:- d.ne of his birth, and other
'"formation    is sen',   to the    bureau.
llls bureau notifies all ite members.
"' Jected person endeavors to In-
*im' with another company he falls
0 8el insured because before the
"""'���' ls granted this file of rejected
'"''"l'1'" is looked over.
Montreal, June 14.���A Liverpool
cable says the Canadian Pacific Railway company's new Atlantic linei
"Empress of Ireland" reached there
this morning. On her speed trial an
average of twenty and a quarter
knots was reached. On the 720 miles
from the Clyde to the Mersey a
speed of eighteen knots was maintained. The weather was beautiful and
the- trip a delightful one.    Everybody
was satisfied.
Speeches were made to the effect
that the C. P. R. had become a might v
factor in the unitity of the empire In
binding the distant with the immediate west.
Gentleman From Nova Scotia Is Deceived in Varcou-
er About Conditions in New Westminster
Will Invest Here.
After driving around this city for a couple of
hours yesterday afternoon in company with J. S.
Bryson, the well known hardware man, a well known
Nova Scotian announced his intention of investing a
substantial sum of money in real estate in New
Westminster. This gentleman was Peter G. Archibald, of Musquoduboit, Halifax county, brother of
Donald Archibald, ex-M.P. for Halifax, who is now
on a pleasure tour throughout the continent, accompanied by his wife. This is his first visit to the Pacific coast, and New Westminster was unknown to him
until yesterday. While in Vancouver he was told by
some friends that it would be a waste of time for him
to come over here, as there was absolutely nothing to
see, and it was only a one street town.
However, Mr. Archibald was anxious to see his
old friend Mr. Bryson, whom he had not met for
over fifteen years, when Mr. Bryson was on a visit
back east, so he determined to come in spite of all
the discouraging reports about the city.
On his arrival, he met Mr. Bryson, and sympathised with him for having to live in a place like this.
To say that Mr. Bryson was surprised is putting it
mildly, but he determined that Mr. Archibald would
carry away a different impression of New Westminster. He invited his guest to join him in a drive, and
for a couple of hours he escorted him around the city,
giving him much useful information about New
Westminster at the same time.
Long before the trip was completed Mr. Archibald had completely changed his ideas of New Westminster, constantly remarking; "I had no idea you
had such a fine city here, this certainly is a surprise
to me", and expressing his delight at every turn.
Several of the city's industries were visited during
the tour, including the Brunette Saw Mills.
Mr. Archidald's intentions, on arriving here,
were to leave for the East to-day, but after seeing
New Westminster, he has posponed his departure,
pending substantial investments which he intends to
make in this city, His last request to Mr. Bryson as
he was stepping aboard the car for Vancouver was
to look around for a suitable tract of land which he
might buy before going back. His first intention
had been to invest in Vancouver property, but he has
now decided to give New Westminster the preference, as he is convinced that there are better prospects here than in the Terminal city.
Spike Between Rails Ditches  Passenger Train   on   Penn��
sylvania Road���Three Men Killed Outright
in California   Smash-up    Street
Cars Collide.
Marietta, <)., June 14.���The Southbound passenger train on the Pennsylvania railroad due here at 7:30
1 'clock, jumped the track at Elba,
while running al the rate of forty
miles an hour.
The engine, baggage car and tender
wenl down an embankment, and the
iest of the train ran to ths edge of
the bank.
Engineer Vaughan and Fireman
Shackles were fatally injured and
many passengers were hurt.
A relief train was sent from this
cltj with all the local physicians and
1 urgeons.
An investigation showed that a
spike hnd been driven between the
Three Killed Outright.
Point Richmond, Cab, June r4.���In
the wreck of a passenger and work
train on the bell line, between here
and Point San Pueblo, about 7:30 a
1.1 . caused, presumably by defective
switch, three men were killed out-
��� chl nnd a dozen men slightly injured. The dead nre: Charles Alli-
scn, machinist: Dennis Griffin, brick
layer;   Ray  Tiniberman,  bricklayer.
That no more were killed seems remarkable, for there were 250 men
aboard the train which was made up
of two passenger coaches and two box
cars conveying workmen to the brick
yard where they were employed.
Street Car Collision.
San Francisco, Cal., June 14.���
Three passengers narrowly escaped
death on a runaway Fillmore street
car this morning when the conveyance
came in collision with a McAllister
street cur at Fulton street. The injured are: John Chester, bruised and
lacerated about the body; A. Silver-
stone, hands and face cut by flying
giass, and H. Harris, injured about
the arms and legs.
The impact of the colliding cars
v as terrific, and several passengers
were thrown violently to the floor.
The Fillmore street car, to which responsibility for the accident is at-
lached, became unmanageable and did
1 ct respond to the brakes when"
Motorman Selageman reversed the
Minimum Salary in the West  Is $800
and May Soon Be
Pacific Coast Company
Employs Strike Breakers
'  ;| '���    Wash,  June    14.���Strike-
"       s were today employed hy the
'' ( oasl   Steamship company to
1 ,,,e city for a crew to man the
I,"1'"1"1' Umatilla, Ued up here by
r~��n "r "ie strike. Their efforts
0DJ*d successful to the extent that
���, al oi "ie steward's department
j,.'' s,'('"''(,d. Two men went to work
hun ''   engineer's department.    It is
tha ������     "li't ^e company may seek
lo   Ud of other lines with a. view to
!     n6 out the entire force of union
r��m    vessels operated    out   of
'" (IT. , ,
'-���     Uiocal   representatives   of
(her lines    say they  will    carefully
1 consider   lhe   matter  should   such   a
i proposition  be placed before them.
Xo violence was attempted by the
strikers;  the presence of a force' of
I policemen   tended   to  quiet  all  loud-
voiced   men   in   sympathy   with    the
May   Fair  Deserted.
San Pedro, Cal., June 14.���The
sleamer May Fair was deserted this
morning by its crew of twelve men in
response to orders from San Francisco lo quit the vessel.
Spark Gaus 2s Conflagration Which Destroys Plant of the
Yale   Columbia  Lumber  Company  and
Other   11 operty.
London, Ont., June 14.���At last
eight's session of the Presbyterian
General Assembly the report of the
western section of the augmentation
committee was presented. During the
year 1903 twenty-three augmentation
charges have become self-sustaining
and twenty-three mission Stations have been transferred to list of
augmentation charges. The increased
liberality of the people has enabled
the committee to raise the minimum
salary to $SO0 and the hope is expressed that the minimum salary
would soon reach $1,000 and manse.
Waves of Passion.
St. Petersburg, June 14.���The lower
house of parliament was swept today
by successive waves of passion evoked by a series of government communications, including Military Procurator Pavloff's rejection of the appeal of the house for a cessation of
the executions in the Baltic provinces
and the request of the procurator of
the district court that the house expel M. Ulienoff, who has been indicted
although a member of parliament, in
order that he may be arrested pending his trial for press offences. So
fierce was the storm that President
Mouromtzeff was compelled to announce thai he would adjourn the
session if the demonstration was continued.
Two Sons of Arthur Benham of Bar-
rie, Ont., Lose Their
Darrie, Ont., June 14.���John and
Oeorge Benham, aged S and 10 respectively, sons of Aurthur Benham,
were drowned In the creek her*
yesterday. They went in bathing on
the way home from school, got beyond their depth and sank.
Their sisters and a number of little
children were present hut apparently
did not know enough to give an alarm
for belli. The bodies were ..1 the
v.ater over an hour.
i Willamette    Gives    up    the    Marked
Body   of  an   Unknown
Nakusp, June 14.���A most disastrous flre raged here tonight, starting
:,; 6 o'clock from a spark in the saw
mill of the Yale Columbia Lumber
company, totally destroying their
plant and entire stock of lumber in
the yards.
The entire water front was in dan-
re 1 of being gutted for several hours,
many families moving all their household goods to places of safety, momentarily expecting the flames to extend
to their dwellings.
The 0. P. R. shipyard, which adjoins the mill was also almost in the
grasp of the dread flames.
Fortunately about 7 o'clock the wind
changed its course and with the help
of the pumps of the C. P. R. Steamer
Minto, which was got under steam as
quickly as possible the flre was con-
lined within a certain area.
The tug Columbia later arrived and
i-i throwing a stream of water on the
fiercely raging piles.
The steamer Rossland has also
been hurriedly sent for fo protect
the company's properly.
The C. P. R. has lost three box
cars and one Hal car, but saved
: everal others.
The entire population is working
bard to confine the flames to the mill
and have made many fruitless efforts
ti   save some of the lumber piles.
The mill had a capacity of 50,000
feet per day and the loss on the plain
i. about $20,000. The yards container' nearly. 2,000,000 feet. The whole is
covered by insurance, hut the amount
i.i unknown.
Unless the wind changes its course
during the night all lhe outside propel ty is saved.
The company's offices, stores and
cookhouses are  intact.
Between fifty and sixty men were
employed at the mill.
Portland, Or., June 14.���The body
of an unknown man was found in the
Willamette river this afternoon, bearing evidence of murder, The legs
vere tightly bound with strong wire
inui ihere were marks of wire about
thi hands and body. There was a
gash three inches long lu the head.
The body had apparently been in the
waler three or four days. The mail
\.;.s about 45 years of age and was
wi il dressed.
New Meat Inspection Bill
Fails to Please Roosevelt
Washington, D. C, June 14.���President Roosevelt today expressed his
entire disapproval of the new meat
inspection bill as completed by the
house committee on agriculture. He
expressed this view today to Chairman Wads worth of the house committee, when Wadsworth called on
him and submitted a draft of the new
measure and asked the president's
The president declared that the bill
was not at all adequate to meet the
Chairman Wadsworth will refer the
president's objection to his committee.
Price of Sockeye.
At a meeting of the Fraser river
canners' association held in Vancouver Wednesday afternoon, it. was decided that the price to be paid for
sockeye during the coming season
should be 25 cents a fish during the
month of July and 20 cents in August.
The July price of 25 cents is to be
payable for all fish delivered at the
canneries or camps up to midnight
of July 31. '    1   ' * l
r   Plain
of  Some
Consi lerable public Interesl
bi en aroused by the   report
ia    the
back, that various individual.-- hud to
make against the postoffice here,
some "f which had. and all of which
.-hould have, been made to and dealt
with by the postoffice Inspector at
Vancouver. The following (without
mentioning names) are fair samples
(."��� the complaints: A gentleman who
had been invited to the meeting far
ihc purpose, told how, about two
years ago, his wife had failed to receive a letter until she specially asked for it at the wicket. Through a
misunderstanding  about  the   address
\.t.    of I l.e di   us ilon of post-
office affairs which took place at the   lt had ,)een p]ace(1 in the general de-
I ade   meeting  on   Wednes-   livery instead of in the lock box.   A
epresentaUve   of   this   paper   member of the board said that anoth-
Inti        red i be postmaster yesterday
on the subject.   In reply to questions ;
r stmaster Kennedy said:
"1 have not seen a copy of the let-
: . \. bich tne .-��� i - tar) of the, board
of trade sent to J. Ii. Kennedy, M.P.,
at Ottawa, and li would appear from
the reporl In the News thai a copy
was not available at the meeting; but
er gentleman who was absent had a
complaint to make about having failed to receive a certain letter some
weeks or months before. Another
member recollected a similar case
about another absent complainant
Two members who were present each
complained about delay in delivery of
a registered letter.
���Without going inlo the merits of
-ing  from  the  reply  of the  mem-   any of these complaints, it only needs
ler, as published, and from the reporl
< [is ussion, ihe letter while
doubtless well-intentioned, mus; have
.. in son ev  i ... ising and also unfair to the Xew Westminster post-
g men of the    board    of
to be mentioned that there is a prop
er time, place, and way to make such
com plaints ko they can he properly
investigated and substantiated or disproved, lt is pun of the ordinary
routine nf the inspector's offlce to
listen to and deal with just such com-
".:-.:-; wflp, as members of special plaints, and my contact with other
. have had ibe question of   postoffices iu the course of business
I lenient of local postal facil-   >; sufficient to warrant ibe statement
'��� dally in hand for some time,   that New Westminster postoffice coni-
- re       nab I doubtless by the best of   pares more than favorably even with
Ives  and  by a commendable zeal   seme of the more pretentious 'city of-
- .1. knows no bounds;  bu; in some   f.ces' in the relative number and fre-j
..   pects iheir methods betray a lack   quency of such complaints.   They nre \
o1 experience, clearness, and business   inevitable   incidents    of     postoffice
acumen that militates against the ob-   work, which will not  be wondered at
they have in view and to a con- by any intelligent person when he con-
Bi irable extenl Impairs the influence si der s the thousands of letters ban-
and usefulness of Uie board of trade,   died  daily,    many  of  them    poorly, j
"This is strikingly exemplified,"
continued the P. M., "in regard lo
the board's actions in this very mat-
".. ��� >���' improved postal facilities. The
re.il object the board has in view, and
it is an ambitious and commendable
i ue, ;t to have New Westminster placed mi a "city ofiice" basis, with free
citj deliver) and everything thai goes
some of them badly, addressed. One
oifice again is often blamed for mistakes which occur in other offices,
and the office is blamed for some re-
mtssness on the part of poster or receiver.
"Right here I would suggest to the
board of trade that, if it is going to
relieve the postoffice inspector of the
villi offices of thai    class.     While it larger  part of his  routine  duties, it
may be doubted whether tho depart- should equip itself to perform  those
.    ill    w.i accord    New    Westminster duties judicially, and not foolishly as-
exceptional treatment in this respect
---that is, make it a "city office" before it acquires the usual standing of
t: wns which have such offices, in population and postal revenue���the board
of trade is quite within its rights in
agitating bo thai end; but Bome of the
n ���.. tit setvi io think thai they are
Bring,  while they  are really  hin-
sume as it has been doing, without a
particle of evidence, that every com-
plaint against the postoffice that can
be raked and scraped together with a
fine tooth comb oft the streets, is a
proved charge. All of which shows
that the board of trade, whicb is a
valuable and useful institution in the
community in its own province, can
tiering, this main object by confusing   only make itself absurd by meddling
and obscuring it with, all kinds of
petty complaints, real and imaginary,
against the postal service and postal
arrangements as they exist, i'or the
hearing and redressing, where redress is required, of which the ordi-
nary official machinery of the department is amply sufficient without recourse, official or otherwise, to Ottawa.
"This confusing of a loi of inconsequential minutiae with a real public
issue, together with a lax and careless use of words and phrases which
in these petty departmental matters.
"If 1 had," said the postmaster in
conclusion of his statement, "in any
v ay tried to block or obstruct the
usual, proper, and competent channel
for the hearing of and dealing with
such complaints, there might be some
excuse for the extraordinary action of
the Xew Westminster board of trade
in respect to these matters. But I
have always given every assistance
possible in having all complaints
fully and fairly investigated, so that
there is absolutely no excuse for the
have a meaning much wider than ap-   action taken, which gives the wholly
pears to be intended, accounts for the
altogether wrong impression which
Mr. J. B. Kennedy apparently got
from :he letter of the secretary of
the board, and which the public generally would take from the discussion
of postoffice mailers at the board of
trade meeting of Wednesday night, according to the reports. The main issue is entirely obscured and the im-
pression is prominently conveyed that
there are some special, if not scandalous causes of complaint against tbe
conduct of the Xew West minster postoffice.
"In ihis connection," the postmaster
continued, "1 see one member of the
board is quoted as having 'claimed
that irregularities have occurred in
the postoffice here.' The member in
question probabl) 'didn't know it was
leaded' when he used that expression
���it Is doubtless just another illustration of the lax and extravgant style of
expression indulged in (quite innocent-
1. bm not always harmlessly) by
mebers of ihe board of trade.
"As   an     illustration,"   said     Postmaster Kennedy, "of the sort of thing
some members of the board of trade
iigluly  term 'irregularities' and upon
which this whole furore (outside the
legitimate agitation which I formerly
n-i ntioned)  is found ��� 1. and as illustrating ihe sort of thing that august
body makes the subject of special and
general     meetings,  and    communications  to  Ottawa���I   was  present  by
special invitation at a special  meeting  called  by  the  postal   committee,
three or four weeks ago, ostensibly to
consider and discuss the proposal to
have   ibis  office  made  a  'city  office,'
cue of the inspectors being also present by Invitation.    A  fraction of the
time  was  devoted to discussing that
question   and   also  a   request  that a
railway mail clerk should be put on
between ihis city and Blaine; but the
major portion of the time of the meeting  was  given  up  to  rehashing  and
i"tailing petty personal complaints (I
use the  term not as a depreciatory
adjective but as a classifying appela-
tive), extending as far as two years
wrong and damaging impression that
there are great, scandalous 'Irregular!- \
ties' in the conduct of the Xew Westminster postoffice���'irregularities' so
serious as to call for the intervention
of lhe board of trade."
Freshly made candy every day at
the Star Candy Factory next to De-
Grey's barber shoii. tsWWW\
Royal IBank
Cr.pital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total   Assets $3e,3/a,t>/B.
Branches   and    correspondents   In
all the principal cities or the world.
General   banking   business transacted.
t   opens an account.    Interest ad led
lalf yearly.
Collections made at lowest rate-.
)pen    Saturday    nights    trom  B   to  9
F.  B.   Lvle,   Manager.
Bank of
Incorporated by act or parliament
CAPITAL (All paid up). ..��14,UUU,i;00
And the low prices will keep them moving till all the stock on our bargain list is gone
The Small Sum of 50 Cents will Purchase One of Our Fine Negligee Shirts.
Men's Balbriggan double thread Underwear, regular
50c for 25 Cents.
Men's Cotton Socks, 4 pairs for 25 Cents.
Special Line of Men's Shoes, regular $1.75 to $2.50
for $1.25.
Boys' light Summer Shoes, regular $1.75 for $1.25.
Men's Suspenders, light and heavy, regular 25c and
35c, for 15 Cents.
Men's Flannelette Shirts, regular 40, for 25 Cents.
White and red handkerchiefs, regular 15c and 20c for
5 Cents.
Neckties regular 25c and 35c, for 15 Cents.
Boys' Knickers 25 Cents.
Men's and Boys' Clothing, right up to date in styles
and patterns and wide range of sizes and materials to select from, One Third Off Regular Prices.
Westminster Clothing
Columbia Street Next Door fco|Royal Bank of Canada.
lit. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal,  G.C..M.C....H0II   President
Hon. Sir G. A. Drummonu, fresideni
E.  S.  Clouston,  Vice  Presldenl   and
General Manager.
General   bunking   business   transacted.
Branches In all tne principal cities ;
in    Canada,   in    London,   Eng.,    New
York,  Chicago,   and   Ht.   Jotin,   Ml'ld., j
and correspondents in all parts of the
Savings Bank Dept.
G. D. Brymner, Manager.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,   Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
!   Telephone 12.
New Westmsnjstr r.
'Phone 101
Reichenbach Com pa
Wholesale and Retail
firleaf Dealers
We Cater to the family Trade.
We have on sale for the benefit of
oui' Customers the Primest, Tendered
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
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efWSraS^CE JAX'.' -* ���" r-J?raaCTL'7!n
appen In
Financial    and   Membership    Reports
Are  Presented and  Officers Are
Formal  Opening by Hon. G. H. V. BULYEA,
Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta
And the only way to keep posted is read the
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 be Expended During the Fair
Special Railway Rates From All Parts.
PRIZE   LISTS  furnished   free  on  application  to  the  Association.
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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.
Per Week
Frederic Percy Armstrong toils of his successful encounter with
a fighting salmon in Quebec v aters. Ashley D. Conger describes
in realistic manner his thrilling light experiences while watching a
deer-lick. T. P. Bresnan gives :. 11 account of a holiday at that ideal
fishing ground���Teniagami. E. Connor portrays a typical angling
match in Paris. Miss A. R. McKee tells of two lady novices fishing
a whole afternoon on Rice Lake, Ontario. L. D. Robertson descants on
his hunt all by himself without guide or companion, ln Quebec province. W. R. Gilbert writes enthusiastically of the true angler who
does not fish for fish alone. Algonquin Park as a fisherman's para- J
dise is described by word picture and illustrations. E. C. Woolsey
tells of a fishing trip to Chats Rapids on the Ottawa River. Canadian Fishing Territories from ocean to ocean are indicated. Rev. Dr. X
Murdoch relates a guide's pantile story. The formation of the Al- ���
pine Cluh of Canada is told, and its future success predicted. Quebec's ��
Fish and Game leases, and the Government compromise thereon is
given. Ontario's Game Commission report is summarised. Canada's
first auto and motor boat show in descril ed. Sports Afloat received attention. \11 Canada's trap news i. given and comments of interest, to 4
every trap shooter is added. i
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The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which yon can talk business to almost every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you.
Railway Company    J
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through tourist
and first-class sleepers daily.
Atlantic Express leaves at 7:25.
Imperial Limited, leaves at 17:20.
Excursion rate tickets sold to all
Eastern points on June 23, 25, Juiy
2, 3, Aug. 7, S and 9.
For full particulars apply to
C. P. R. Agent,
Xew Westminster
Assistant   General    Passenger   Acjent.
Northern Pacif
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
j Route
Seven   hundred  miles   of   magnificent
river  trip.    Empress  of  Britain   sails
from Montreal for Liverpool June 23rd.
For other dates and rates apply to
C. P. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
"Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Portland, Ore A. G.      A
The Milwaukee"
'The Pion^��r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in 'he service on any
railroad in the ivurld that equal in
equipment thai ol "'ie Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Pan' Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining ears on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
Connection made with all transcontinental lilies in  Union Depots.
H. S. ROW',:. General Agent.
134 Third St., cor AMer, Portland, Or.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information appiy to
.1.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver,  B.  C.
Victoria, June 11.���The Grand
Lodge of the Independent Order ot
Oddfellows opened thalr Thirty-
bi cond annual session yesterday forenoon with the following delegates in
Victoria, No. 1, T. X. Brayshaw, T.
C. Hubbard, W. J. Wriglesvvorth; Columbia, -No. 2, J. Wilby, P. W. Dempster; Royal City, No. 3, C. S. Keith,
VV. L. Smith; Dominion, No. 4, R. A.
Anderson, W. H. Cullin; Black Diamond, No. 5, W. C. Jarvis, T. Dixon;
Harmony, No. 6, T. Doherty, E. Rowland, ,J. E. Lowe, H. Carrol; Excelsior,
No. 7, E. A. Kipp; Vancouver; No. 8,
S. llallauder, W. H. Brown, W. R.
Jamleson; Tatnal, No. 9, C. J. Chapman, P. A. Gibson; Western Star, No,
10, W. Law, A. Cleland, D. O'Dwyer,
F P. Bishop; Union, No. 11, R. Mc-
Knight; Selkirk, No. 12, II. (1. (iough,
VV. W. Foster; Cloverdale, No. 15, H.
McDonald; Kootenay, Xo. Hi, (1. F.
.Motion, A. o. Shaw; Duncan, No. 17,
\\. il. Hooper; Vernon Valley, No. is,
A. \v. McCullough; Mt. Pleasant, No,
Ui, .1. Taxman; Centennial, No. 20, G.
Yarrow, YV. H. Thorpe; Delta, No. 21,
J McKenzle; Ashcroft, No. 23, J.
Lehman; Island, No. 24, R. Abercrom-
ble, Pacific, No. 2G, W. H. Walsh, J.
Stark, A. McKelvie, T. B. Godfrey;
Amity, No. 27, A. Adams, D. Adams,
E. L. Webber; Cheam, Xo. 2S. R. H.
Turner; Rocky Mountain, Xo. 34,
Thos. King; Rossland, No. 36, J. E.
Cuminings, E. Johnson, T. H. Long;
Boundary Valley, No. 38, G. B. Taylor; Silver City, No. 39, W. J. Gar-
butt; Slocan, No. 49, A. M. Rogers;
Trout Lake No. 41, D. R. McLennan;
Key City, Xo. 42, .1. Manning; Enterprise, Xo. 43, F. E. Dockerill, J. W.
Melross; Wildey, No. 44, F. J. Smyth;
Gateway, No. 45, J. P. Kennedy;
Snowshoe, Xo. 40, W. S. Cook; Mt.
Fnnie, Xo. 47, T. Beck; Coronation,
No. 48, H. Cunnings; Cambourne, No.
45, G. R. Xorthey; Eureka, No. 50,
A   Paul.
Treasurer's Report.
The treasurer's report shows a balance on band of $2,008.45, beiug much
larger than that of last year. This
sum is outside the amounts received
by subordinate lodges, which amotrat-
p..l in all during 1905 to $01,955.15.
'I'he assets of Ibe lodges in British
Columbia amount to $277,570.76, au
increase of $14,331.12 over those of
1904. During the year 1905 an
amount ol' $18,656 was spent in relief
of brethren, their wives, orphans and
families. Since the institution of tha
grand lodge ill 1871 there has been
spent in this work the large sum of
British    Columbia  Oddfellows    did
j nobly for their distressed brethren in
San Francisco.    The sum of $2,027.40
' has been forwarded to F. B. Ogden,
giand   warden of  California,  at   Oak-
; land.
During the year several mergement
of lodges have taken place.    Banner
ledge,   Xo.   31,  with   Harmony   lodge,
Xo. 0, on   12th June,   1905.  Persever-
i ance   lodge,   Xo.   29,   with     Harmony
lodge, Xo. 6, on 31st July, 1905; Gold
- Bange lodge No. 22, North Bend, witti
I Cheam lodge, Xo. 28, Agassiz on 14th
I April, 1906.
Growth of Membership.
!     Although there have been no lodges
! of the male branch instituted during
j the year, there has heen a good in-
I crease in membership.    One new Re-
I bekah lodge was formed on 23rd May,
I 1000,   at  Phoenix,   with  33   members
j and  prospects are stated to  be good
fo: a large accession.  Steps have also
been taken to institute lodges of this
branch  at   Cranbrook  and  Fernie.
According to the report of the
grand represent itives on 31st December, 1904, ihere were, on the continent oi' America, 1,520,621 persons belonging to tin ordi r, having funds Infested io the enormous sum of $37,-
Election   of  Officers.
Grand Master���F. IS. Simpson, Civ.n-
; brook.
Deputy  Grand   M ister���T.    Emble-
don, Rossland.
Grand Warden���H. T. Fulton, Lady-
j smith.
Grand Secretary���Fred Davey, Vic-
i toria.
��� Grand      Treasurer���Wallace     Law,
Grand   Representative���D.   E.  Mac-
| kenzie,   New  Westminster.
The only offices for which there
was any contest were those of grand
1 treasurer and grand representative.
For the former office there were four
candidates���three from this city and
cue from Vancouver, and the Vancouver man won. For grand repre-
sontaive there were two candidates���
the retiring grand master and T. F.
Xeelands of Vancouver, the former
being elected.
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!sbiii^ Company, Limited, at theil
tffli is   corner
ij  s century,    lie wil still ihi:-
lentally.    This is the basic fact which
we have got  to remember in all our
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of   Sixth   and   Front   dealings with them.
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Transient display advertising, 10
OMits per line (nonparlel) 12 lines to
tho inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
.-���ents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
Foi time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants. I'or sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
word. No advertisement taken for
tesj than 25 cents.
Detectives Mulhern, Jackson and Wad-
dell   Plan  to  Establish a
Private Agency.
Vancouver, June 14.���Something of
a sensation was caused In civic administrative circles this morning
when it became known thai three of
Ll e besl known detectives arc preparing to hand in their resignations.
The men who are understood to
have decided to unite the force are
Detective Sergeant Mulhern and Detectives Jackson nnd  Waddell.    Their
resignatins have not yel  been handed
Business office       22   h    ,ml |)l(. m;lMeI. |||av ,���, ,|(,;(IVod for
Editorial   office      17   several   weeks.    Thcii-  decision,  how-
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FRIDAY, JUNE   15.  1906.
,,     i. J, Hill is a rallwaj man from
ound up, but he Is also a shrewd
,,-r who bas made good use of
his wide opportunities, and an enthusiastic believer in the future   of   the
West.   Nor does he allow his sympathies bo be cul off short by the political boundary line.    Everything which
U  likely     lo  affect  the  growth    and
i . er, Is i be resull of consideration for
a number of months.
The Intention of the three officers
Is to foi va a private detect Ive agency
;.. the city. For a long time they
e been Impressed with the possibilities   ol usiness  and   have
��� i assure l of important business
from local    final -   -' utions    as
veil as from national detective agen-
i!(s of the United SI ites. Their intention Is also to furnish nightwatch-
men for local linns and generally to
(ngage  In   special   ; olice  business,
The three officers have long and
very enviable ri cords in local police
affairs, and have many of the most
important criminal captures made in
Vancouvei-   to   llieir   credit.     Mulhern
Leut.   3olton   and   Companion   butchered by Chief and  His
Manala, June 14.���Flrsl Lieut Edward C. Bolton, of the Twelfth Infantry, governor of the province of
Davao, Island of Mindanao, and Benjamin Christian, have been murdered
on the beach on the west coast of
Davao by a Mungalayan and his two
The murderers have not yet been
captured. A report received here by
Gen. Wood, from Gen. Weiss, who is
ai Zamboanga, stales thai Holton and
Christian passed a night at the Muii-
galayan'e house aud were to return in
the morning with the Mungalayan
brothers as guides. The Americans
were unarmed and were attacked unawares.
The Mungalayan has the reputation
of being a cut throat and murderer.
H( is second chief of the Tagacolas
who are non-Christian people. Lieut.
Bolton was endeavoring to pacify the
people by peaceful means and had
ui me ihere unarmed. He was con-
sidered one of the best officials of
the governmenl and had accomplished much. Christian, the other man
: urdered man, was a discharged
oldier and foreman of the governmenl   I' rm Hi   Maiil i.
A reporl of the murder received al
constabulary   headquarters   gives  the
25   Cents  per  bottle
$1.50  per  gallon
Drug   Store
W. R. Gilley, 'Knone t-d-t>.
J"  R" Gniey. 'Hriont 1
vJ ALi JL?Sla A
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. O. Pottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Po rtland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. De>
'Phone 1-B
rOt  '
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development   of  the    Canadian    West
i ppeals to him jusi as it would If no has been on the force eleven years,
such  boundary line existed.   Accord- nearlj all of thai time as a detective,
ingly we find him in a recent speech Jackson has been an officer for eight
al Ottawa, turning his attention to the : years, seven of whieh he has been in
subjeel which occupies so much of his   plain  clothes.    Waddell  lias  i n  a
thoughts  and  saying some  pertinent detective   between    three   and    four
things aboul the growth of the newer years.
Notice to
the Public
I am now open  to  buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
M,m-     Stoves,  Ranges,  Tools,
alayan  is the leader of a    h nd of
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
Now its
For first-class Hot Water. Ste;tin ;
Hot Air Heating Installations ;
Plumbing, call on or write us forpria
LEoblbinjj Work a Specialty
Pipe cut and threaded to  Demensio
by Machinery	
parts of ihis country.      A natural re-
mark about the importance of endeav-
ii ing  to  secure  settlers  of the  very
best  class���which means    the    class
While tho detectives are not personally concerned In the forthcoming,
investigation, there is no question
that Ihe  recent turmoil  in  police af-
i esi adapted for the conditions of the   fairs has  had  something to  do  with
country���-Is seized upon by   the   Con-   their decision.
servative    papers,   eager   for   every  ���o���   ���   ��� ���
scrap  thai   can  be used     to    forward
their organized campaign of slander,
and tortured Into a censure of the immigration policy of the governmenl.
Passing over the Implied discourtesy
Lo Mr. Hill, attention is called to the
Actress   Will   Present
Mary, Quite Contrary.
Th. aire patrons In this city will re-
iuconsistency of the organs.     No act   .i"itv in ""' announcemenl that llenri-
of   the   government     has     done     so   etta   Grossman   will   be   seen   at   the
much���been so effectual���in the way
or securing the best class of settlers
200 religious fanatics who are terror.
izing the country ani recently sicked
i1 place known a.s McC illoch's, near
Malalog. The Americans are gather
Ing ai Malalog. One company of
regular troops and one "ompany of
constabulary were dlspatcho.l from
Zamboanga at daylight today to scour
the counl ry, arrest the murderers it
possible,  and  restore- order.
Capt. Langpore has been made acting governor of Davao and placed in
charge of the operations.
Burglars Commit Murder.
Los Angeles, Cal., June 14.���Joseph
Schezk, laundryman, was shot and instantly killed at his home on St
.!.��� seph street this morning, by two
burglars, who awakened him and his
wife in their bedroom. The murderers escaped and there is no clue to
their identity.
ALEX. SPECKi    #���������
on    .lime
as the Saskatchewan Valley land
silo; yet ihe organs exhaust {hems-elves in denunciation of that very
act. The organs recall the man who
was always dissatisfied with his dinner.' No matter how it might be
cooked or served, he wanted it some
other way
always disgusting;
eat a boiled frog." One day, the dish
at which he grumbled was promptly
removed and another, cooked in a different style, substituted. That did not
suit him either; "1 would as soon," he
said, "have a boiled frog." Promptly
the dish was removed and another
set in iis place. He lifted the cover
and Ihere lay���a boiled frog, and the
grumbler adjourned to the back yard.
When the next election comes along
the Conservative grumblers will get
their boiled frog���and adjourn to the
back yard.
Westminster opera
30th,  when  she  will   present  her lat- Bank  Officials  Arrested.
esi Xew York hit and greatest success        Spokane,    Wash., June  1-1.���E,    W.
the sparkling modern comedy, --.Mary,,. Swanson. president, and C. E. Clure,
.Mary.  Quite  Contrary.      Of all   ihe' cashier    of  the  Washington    State
successes this famous actress .has
made and ihey ure many and conspicuous���none has equalled her triumph in this comedy. No such praise
The dish before him was ��as ever before bestowed upon her as
he "would rather ';ns come from her portrayal of Mary
in the comedy, -Mary. Mary Quite
( ontrary." The theatre-going public
is familiar with Miss Crossman's delightful gifts and attainments. Those
who have not already enjoyed her
work have heard of il. so Ihey know
the charm ii possesses. Bui in nothing Miss Crossman has done was she
so fascinating, so alluring or was her
winesome personality 'so engagingly
exploited as In ihis modern comedy, j
Beyond all question in "Mary, Mary, j
Quite Contrary," she has scored the
greatest hit of her many triumphs. It.
goes wlthoul saying that ihis actress
will have an excellent company and j
the play will be beautifully staged.
Miss Crossman never fails along these
lines. Her name is syhonomous with
all thai is highest and best in dramatic undertakings. Her visit will be
justly regarded as a notable theatric-
ill i vein  of the season.
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. Xew Westminster.
in home decoration need not be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
for furniture and pictures, can be
had at reasonable prices if you call
.... at ... .
Wall   Paper   Store
Sixth Street.
rown a
ridge Wor
Of The Highest  Order
i'i i cepl and practii e do nol always
run on the same lines. The Colonial of yesterday bas an article in
- i i ii lakes a very high tone about
' in  \     a  ers which habitually nnd un-
lui bingly lie aboul public men," and
ii. an adjoining column ll unblushing-
l.v li- -. we   mean   prims   a   slander
1 ank, which recently closed, were
arrested this morning on complaint of
E. E. Vogelson on a charge of receiving a deposit of $l!5 from him
alter they knew the bank io be in-
m Ivent. The bank was closed in
Insurance Men Threatened.
San Francisco, Cal., June 14.���Officials of California are agreed, it is
said, that insurance companies which
���refuse to meet thlr obligations and
pay their losses in full will not only
be driven from the state, but ruined j The only all rail route between all
before the world if the widest publica- j points east, west and south to Ross-
lions of their methods can accomplish ; land, Nelson and intermediate points
thai end. connecting at Spokane with tlie Great
, rQ  I Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
! & N. Co.
Defaulter   Pleads  Guilty. Connects at Rossland with the Can-
Syracuse,  X.   V., June  1 1.���Charles   adian   Pacific   Railway   for   Boundary
II.  Paine, the defaulting teller of ihe ! Creek points.
Onondago  County  Saving  bank, who I     Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    with
was recently  brought   back   from Xor-   stage  r"iily for  Republic.
i (Uirt
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. SheppaFd Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
pleaded   guilty   in   the    county       Buffet   service   on   trains   between
today  to  grand   larceny in  the   Spokane  and  Nelson.
al oul John Oliver, M, P, p.
i      Far as   the i>ai Is of the
which  ii
story in-
air. Oliver's reputation are concerned i confesses lhal
ll   malo -  up a ��� ies along, after
the i ishion ol ihe nmsery raconteur.
Search for Gold.
Another party of mining prospec-
Lors left Wednesday on the hunt for
paj dirt. EM. Hughes, and his brother
Tom, of Lhe Lyton hotel, accompanied
by J. Cameron, until lately connected
with the Ii. C. 10. H. carshops, once
again shouldered iheir prospector's
p,.cks and started off. Their destination is the headwaters of the Fraser
river, and they expect to return loaded with nuggets. As all three are old
and experienced prospectors, they
stand a good chance of striking gold
in paying quantities. George and
Walter Hughes will manage the hotel
Britain  in  Egypt.
Interviewed on his return home to
New York on Monday, Dishop Potter,
speaking of his trip abroad, after
irmenting the use to which the American flag was put in Cairo in advertds-
ii p patent medicines, said:
"I spent my winter ln Egypt and
was greatly impressed with the
splendid achievements of Lhe British
administration of affairs there. It had : during the absence of theil
been thirty years   since    |    was    In  ���	
Egypt, and the change wrought in
thai time is indeed wonderful. No
more brilliant jewel shines in ibe
crown of Great Britain than her
achievements In Egypt, On one occasion 1 was talking with Lord Cromer, and in the com.-, of our talk It
was mentioned how seldom it is that
the mind of the Oriental changes, and
to this observtalon Lord Cromer
made lhis profound remark and astute reply: 'You can change the lace
Of the land by canals and railroads,
and you can Improve the conditions
of a people by Introducing a better
government, bul you cannol change
the mind of an Oriental in a quarter
! ;i degree, on one of the indictments
found againsl him, and will be sen-
lenced nexl week. The maximum
; enaltj   11 ten j car.- imprlsonmenl.
_ Q	
The civic Inquiry into the whole of
the water    works system,    following
"\e.-al    complaints thai   have    been
lately  received  al  the city hall, will
: <��� held today.
Children  Burn  to  Death.
Syracuse, X. Y., June 11.���Two
children, aged I and 3 years, of
Charles Maxwell, a farmer living near
J-'inesville, live miles from this city,
were burned to death today in a carriage house, it is thought the children were playing with matches.
��� o ���
James J. Easley Dead.
Tacoma, Wash., June 1-1.���James J.
Easley, a prominent capitalist of
Tacoma, and for many years a law-
2 i i in Seattle, died al St. Joseph's
hospital last night after a short ill-
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City Limits uine���pwrvtets uqid
nonra   tne   service  ����' le of
j Hose
Cash Store
Local News Briefly Told
kirt Week
We have too many Skirts in Stock, as we
said in Monday s and Tuesday's papers���too many by a couple
of hundred.
Several hundred more are on the way here now,
for which we liavn't room on the racks. Se we must
sell or give away a lot of those now here.
it pays sometimes to part with our profits, some-
is even t,o lose money on goods   being a good
irtising scheme and one that we o  ei  carry out,
although, we don't always say so in the papers.
Lot 1.
only girls skins of light gray and novelty,
tweed, navy cheviot and black doth skirts,
were $2.50 and $3.00 each	
Lot 2.
Eighteen only, Misses Skirts of novelty tweed and
plain colored cheviot,  worth up to $3.50 Gl CC
Lot 3.
Twenty   seven only,   Ladies'   Skirts,   plain   and
fancy, worth up to $3.50 each  (M nr
Lot 4.
ixry only, Ladies' Skirts
��� cheviots, nil wool
trimmed with . trappim   . v.
of pretty light  tweeds
tods, some nicely
i -
;h to $4.50
; $2.45
Eighty seven Ladies Skirts, including a range of
smart new goods, some of selected goods, made
. i our order and built for good hard weai
north $4.50 to $0.25	
1   111 ol'   Mm!   bay   was   :::
i he cltj  yesterday.
W. Reld leii  for Ladner j ea -
afternoon after spending a fev.- days
i-   In- city.
K. Ryestedk lefl on the steamer
Transfer I'm the Salnl Mungo cannon yesterday afiernoon.
r.  Barges was a passenger on the
down-river steamer for Steveston yes-
1     afternoon.
Chief Mcintosh, who has been Indisposed for the past few days, will
resume bis duties today.
The \. I., c. packers inn Reliance
arrived in ihc ciiy yesterday from
Victoria and lefl in the evening for
thi   down-river canneries.
Alex Falls of Ladnei left I'm- his
home yesterdaj afternoon on the
down-river steamer after remaining in
New Westminster foi- a few days.
Tv i patients were admitted to the
e terdaj  morning
treatment.    Both  came from  the
iper co
A numl i ���- men are bus; repairing i  ��� me io iln- w esi 'con
and .      -   ;   ,       ,
������-' days ago.   The work i- rapidly
!���' .i ii, [co ... and in i
'  i    wharf   wi!!   be  a
li   Ident.
\n application for fifteen inches of
wi ter was posted in the government
igent' offlci e terday by F. Bole,
Mn water to he used for domestic
and agricultural purposes. The stream
from which the record is to he obtained runs from Bole Crock Into the
[ North Arm of Burrard Inlet.
The tug  Firefly of tin-  British Co-
\ lumbia   Mills  Timbe."    and    Trading
company   broughl   a   small   boom   of
logs down trom upriver yesterday afternoon   for   ih.-   Royal   City   mills.
P. Venables the local agenl for the
Calgary Milling company, received
two cars of wheal from headquarters
An accident happened  ai   the B. C.
��� busj aro in ! thai district for
some  lime  lo come
Mr. and Mrs. .1. i>. Hampton Bole
I returned from  their honeymoon,
end taken up their residence on Third
Conductor Dan Starrei ot the rj. P.
k. has lately Invested in real estate,
Which   may   he  taken   . :,-   sign
thai he does noi Intend to abandon
Xew Westminster entirelj   though his
; I'Omotion makes it necessary for him
to reside in Vancouver in 'he future.
Hi has purchased a house and lot on
Agnes street, and intends to hold it
foi   some time to come.
Going! Going!!
Giving Them a Chance.
John Oliver. M. P. P., paid a visil
i town yesterdaj and was Interview-
e! by a representative of ihe Daily
Ni ws wiib respeel to ibe storj primed in the Columbian, in which a land
purchase of bis was represented as a
transaction more to bis profit i ban to
his credit, Mr. Oliver said In- though!
ii better ihc to discuss ihe m
through tbe newspapers, as he propos
ed Immediate^ to take steps in give
the gentlemen who wen- advertising
him as a "grafter" a chance to make
their accusation good in 'be courts.
Political bard knocks lie could give
and take in good pari, Iuu wbeu political animosity led men to attack
l-.is private character, thai was another mallei-. He bad nm heard of
the Columbian's attack upon him until
Wednesday night, and yesterday
morning he came to town to see his
li gal advisers, ,
Entertained   on   Vellore.
Aboul forty guests were entertained
on board ibe sailing ship Vellore on
Wednesday evening by the officers of
the boat, Capt. Cornelisen, tbe mates
Silveston and Homme, and steward
Olsen acting as hosts. The party
proved to be quite a success, nnd in
.-(turn foi- the courtesy shown to
their   friends  on   shore,   the  landlub-
E.   R.  shops   yesterday   morning,   by   bers   will   entertain   the  captain   and
Gauze   Lisle
Hose,   black
and   tan,   2
pairs  75c.
Fancy    Lisle
hose, blue,
red and
black,  2 prs
which A. Wintemute, one of the workmen, was slightly injured. Mr. Wintemute was standing on a platform
when by some means be slipped, strik-
ing bis back against a seal. The injury was more painful than serious,
though Mr. Wintemute will be unable
to work for a few days.
Uev. Dr. Sipprell, B. A.. B. D., principal of the Columbian College, is ai
[.resent making a -our through the
Okanagan Valley, and will visit Sum-
i lerland on Sunday, where he will
I reach in the Methodist church on the
occasion of the annlvrsary services.
;'n Monday he is to deliver a lecture
on -The Hope of Age"
The C. P. R. steamer Beaver arrived yesterday afternoon from the
up-river districts and towns with a
heavy cargo of freight and seventy
head of beef cattle from Chilliwack
trans-shipment io P. Burns & Co.,
new in the Kagios' hall tomorrow
evening. A long and varied programme bas been prepared for the occasion, and the entertainment, which
is given under the auspices of the
Norwegians in New Westminster,
sl ould prove an enjoyable one.
��� o ���	
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   Axminster  Carpets.
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 per yd., now only... .60c
Remember these are all pieces from lu to 60 yards, some with
and some wishout border. Don't leave these bargains too long as
they will sell at the regular prices, as soon   a.s   the   sale   is   ever.
Come Along and Look Over Our Stock.
 I i	
We Have Just Received a Car of
in Golden, Early English and Weathered Finish
Magnificent Mantle Bed in Oak,   *Of  /l/l
a beauty, worth $511.00, for  ipOQ.UU
Remember all our Carpets are Reduced in Price-
Wool, Tapestry, Brussels, Etc.
Not on Top, But Still in the Ring.
House Cleaning Time
you may possibly need a carpet.   We have the greatest range of
�� em and can guarantee to save you money and give you  better Batw-
>���< n than you can get in any other place.    For instance, a good body
v i;   isels, paper for underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up,
;���; Old carpets taken up, cleaned and relayed   for ten cents a yard.   We
it haw the largest stock and the finest show ro ms and the   finest   prices.
| Coi e and see us.   It will pay you to so- our i tock bet,.re  placing your
,���1 order'elsewhere.
and 71S Columbia St.
Rear Extension, Front Street.
Largest   Stock   in  the  City.
Mounted     in   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler,      -      Columbia St.
12 acres of first class bottom land, partly cleared and all in grass:
soil, Wack loam; all ditched an.l fenced; has about 4 chains
frontage. This is a valuable piece of properly. Call and see us
:"r price and terms.
34 acres overlooking Deer Lake; soil, clay loam; considerable
timber on the property.   Plenty  of water,    'i .       >������ '��� " "   '
desirable site for summer residence.
Price $100 per acre. Terms.
McLeod, Mark & Co.,
Real Estate, Fire & Life Insurance
Tel. 273.      Near Tram Office
: of Vancouver. Anions the passengers were: C. Jaggers, from Mac-
Donalds landing-; C. W. Armstrong
and wife, and S. Correy from Chllllwack; G, Payne, and F. LeClalre from
\ < am Lehman; R. Frederickson, from
Langley:   Mrs. Charley and A. Adams
'��� from  Hammond.
One of the female patients at the
asylum attempted to escape on Wed-
��� ra sday afiernoon.    Workmen who had
been   employed  in  the  garden  left a!
idder lying on the ground, and went j
1 away. Tbe patient noticed the ladder, and watching her chance, she
: lopped it up against the wall and
climbed over. Her disappearance was
soon noticed, and the attendants
si attered in all directions looking for j
bar. She was captured before Bhe
could gel very far away, and brought
lack to the Institution, screaming at
the top of her voice.
A large number of city people at-
u i led the entertainment given in the
Presbyterian church at Tynehead on
Wednesday nighl. At least ten rigs,
each carrying capacity loads, travelled
between New Westminster and Tyne-
1 end, and Ibnse who look Ihe trip
were well repaid for their exertions.
A capital programme was rendered,
consisting of piano solos, songs, readings and recitations. The following
ladies assisted: Miss Munn, solo;
Miss Vass, piano; Miss McLean, Van
waiver, elocutionist; Miss Curry,
reading. The usual refreshments
were served after the entertainment.
W. X. Draper, surveyor, returned
from Sumas yesterday morning, where
he has heen engaged during the past
fortnight surveying land for private
parties. He returned to New West-
n i nster to attend to business that had
accumulated during his absence, and
will here about two weeks before
returning to complete his work
around Sumas and Matsqui. Mr.
Draper .reports great activity around
na country, and says that the crops
are coming on fine. There still re-
n a ins large tracts of land to he surveyed around Matsqui, and he expects
Sandy's   Horse   Goes   Strong.
The latesl information obtainable
out San (l.v Rae's horse is that, after
his Sensational stunt on Columbia.
- 'eet, and across the bridge, he con-
tinued to travel at a good rate of
speed, and was reported out about
the same ; tei: miles on the Yale road yesterdaj morning, and still going strong.
A farmer stopped the horse across the
river, and 'after holding it for some
time, again turned it loose, giving information later in the day to Sandy
about it. He did not satisfy Sandy's
curiosity as to the reason why he
1 ad not held on to the horse after he
bad captured him.
Lee's Furniture
Balbriggan $1
the Suit
Natural Wool
the Garment
Merino 75c the
Stanfield's Unshrinkable $1.25
the Garment
Elastic Ribbed
the Garment
Sole Agents for
Dr. DeimePs
Linen Mesh
I i
��� I
Plumbers and Plumbing Regulation By-law, 1906.
*   By-lav    to    license    and'   regulate
plumbers and to provide for tbe
ippolntmeni of plumbing inspectors and to provide for the plumbing  and  drainagi   of buildings.
Whereas ii  is desirable and necessarj to license and regulate pl7""bers
in the City of .v w Westminster, and
tc  provide  for the  appointment    of
plumbing inspector, and   to    provide
for the effective plumbing and drainage of buildings;
Therefore the Municipal Council of
the Corporation of ihe City of New
Westminster enacts as follows:
1. The Council may from time to
time, as occasion may require, appoint
aD   Inspector  for   plumbing  and  any
names of the members of the firm,   outside   of   the   building,
co-partnership   or  directors    of    the   glazed, vitrified pipe may
company and the date the license was   each length shall be wetted before be-
granted,  and  no license  so  g.amed   ing laid and the space completely fill-
shall be transferable except  with the   ed with cement  mortar, made in the
permission of the Plumbing Inspector.
10.   All licensed   master   plumbers
shall be held responsible for all acts
of their employees in connection with
their   business  for  which
such  bond
and license is issued.
11. Every such bond and license
shall be for the year current at the
time of the granting thereof, and shall
expire on the lath day of January
next succeeding the date of issue.
12. Upon satisfactory evidence furnished to the Plumbing Inspector that
any master plumber has been twice
convicted by ibe Police Magistrate, or
a Justice of the Peace, of any violation of the provisions of this By-law,
or anv of    the    By-laws    respecting
hard   salt,   platforms if connected wiih the sew-
used;   ers   must   also   be   properly   trapped,
vented and automatically Bushed with
water from a supply lank.
38. Tanks shall be placed as near
the fixtures as practicable, and in no
case shall a trap bo more than two
feet from the fixture. All traps musi
have a cleaning out screw on the under side.
39. All  waste  pipes from  fixtures
proportion   of. two    of   good, clean,
sharp sand and one of the best Port
land    cement,   except in wet ground,
when a gasket shall be placed around
ibe   spigot   and   forced   down   to   the
bottom    of   the   socket and finished ^^     ^_��� ,
with   mortar   cement,    as   described   other than water closets shall be pro-
must   be  cleaned   vided at the outlet with strong metal
laid. The   stringers, and all sinks shall be pro-
above. Each pipe
out with a mop after being
different lengths must be laid in perfect line on the bottom and sides. All
connections must be through "Y"
25.   Any soil pipe passing through
a building, or beneath the floor of a
vided with approved grease traps, except when such fixture is to be used
for other than household  purposes.
40. The waste pipes from no other
fixtures shall be connected with a
water closet trap.
41. All   traps shall    be    protected
such   Inspector   shall   be   under    thai 	
supervision of the Board   of   Health   1'lumbing, drainage, sanitary matters,
and   be   given   remuneration   for   his
cellar or  basement,  shall  be  of  cast-
iron or brass as in section   23,    and ^m syphonage by a ventilating pipe
ml extend to at least five feet out- leading  from  the  highest  and  outer
no  wall  shall portion  of  the  trap,  either  separate
Canadian Pacific Rai.
British Columbia Coast Ll
Service. ":
services  as  the  Council   shall   determine.
2. A Board of Plumbing Examiners
shall be appointed annually by the
Council. The Board shall be called
together by the Plumbing Inspector,
who shall be Secretary of the Board.
a*, such times as the Council may find
3. In case any dispute arises under
this By-law as to whether any person
or persons employed by tiny licensed
master plumber la a regularly educated practical and experienced plumber,
as in this By-law is provided, the
Plumbing Inspector may notify tin-
said work-man to appear and be examined before such Board of Examiners, whose decision as to tlie competency of such workman shall be
final and conclusive.
4. Certificates of competency may
be granted by the Board of Examiners to any plumber
satisfactory to them ihat the applicant has undergone satisfactory training and due examination, and in absence of such proof to any applicant
who shall after an examination before
or water works, his license shall be,
ipso facto, forfeited and returned to
the Inspector.
13. Any master plumber whose
bonds and license may become forfeited shall not again be entitled to a
license until the said declaration of
forfeiture shall be revoked by the
Plumbing Inspector and if such master plumber is carrying on his business in co-operation, or as a member
of a company, the co-partnership or
company shall not carry on the business of plumbing from the date of
such cancellation.
14. Before proceeding to construct
le-construct, alter or change any
portion of the plumbing, drainage or
ventilation of any building, the
owner, his agent, or the master
plumber constructing the same shall
side the building, and
be  built   leaning    solidly    upon    the
20. Every vertical soil pipe shall
be cast-iron or brass, and shall extend
a sufficient height above the highest
window, roof, or coiling, or light
shaft, to the satisfaction of the
Plumbing Inspector.
27. No rain waler down pipe, or
chimney flue shall be used as u ventilator for any sewer trap, soil or
waste pipe, or as a soil or waste pipe.
28, Each building in which a water
Closet is placed shall be provided with
a main ventilating pipe of cast iron or
wrought iron pipe, galvanized, of not
less diameter than four inches, which
shall be carried at least two feet
above the highest window, opening or
light shaft.
or joining the main ventilating pipe.
above the highest fixture, or by a
sealed syphon preventer, which will
only be allowed if in the opinion of
the inspector it is impracticable to
provide  otherwise.
42. For traps in water closets tbe
branch vetnllating pipe shall not be
less than two inches in diameter, nnd
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 n water closet,
the vents for the same may join the
closet vent above the fixture. In no
case shall more than three water
closets communicate with the same
ventilating pipe unless it is over two
inches in diameter.
43. Overflow pipes must discharge
into the open air and may have a flap
HfcNIItNimnY    bUHHLItS.
Scaled Tenders addressed to "Inspectors of Penitentaries, Ottawa."
and endorsed "Tenders for Supplies,"
will be received until Monday, 25th
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  freBh.
2. Beef  and  mutton
3. Forage.
4. Coal   (anthracite
5. Cordwood.
6. Groceries, Pork, Bacon.
7. Coal Oil  (in barrels).
8. Dry (ioods.
9. Drugs and Medicines.
10. Leather and Findings.
11. Hardware, Tinware, Paints, Oils
12. Fish,   fresh.
Details of information as to form of
(Subject to change wtUum
S.   S.  Amur.
Leaves Vanoo  ..-
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily ai
P. IB,
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves Xew VV-
n Wednesday and Mc
and     bitumin-
19.   Soil or main  ventilating pipes   on the end to keep out  draught.
an extension must   be   carried   to
within 40 feet of any openings of the
main or adjoining house.
44. Every safe under a wash basin,
bath, urinal, water-closet or other
urinal, waxer-closet or other other
fixtures, shall be drained by a special
pipe unconnected with a sewer, waste
file in the office of the Plumbing In
spector  an   application   for  a  permit and above the roof of the main build-
therefor,   and   such  application   shall lEg] when otherwise they would open
producing proof  be accompanied with a specification
or abstract thereof, in a blank form
piescribed and supplied for that pur- :;o.   No soil pipe shall be less than   or soil pipe, discharging into the open
pose by the Plumbing Inspector, stat- four inches in diameter.      A    waste i air.
lng the  nature  of work  to be  done, pipe  receiving the  discharge of  five      45.    Xo drain pipes from refrigera-
and giving the size, kinds and weights or more sinks shall not be less than   tors 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.
to be competent, and such certificate   gether with a description of all clos- have two-inch branches.                               46.   Water-closets    shall    not      be
shall be recorded in the office of the   ets and other fixtures, and a plan with 81.   When lead pipe is used to con-   placed   in   an   unventilated   room   or
plumbing    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.
therefor, and such plumber shall be a   drainage    system    complete.      Plans maln ventilators, it shall not be light-   All    water-closets shall  be    supplied
registered plumber 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
��� a. a.
^^^^^^^^^^^      Oini.r. I
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily 8xci   - a
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p. �� Z
urday at 2:30 p. m.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m,
7th, 19th and 20th of each month fo
Ashousit and way points; leaves v"
toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatslno and
way   points.  Leaves  Victoria on ,(l*
of each month for Cape Scott and w���
points including Quatslno,
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  Xew   Westmlnstei on lion
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     day,   Tuesday,   Wedne,,bv,  Thur d
contract, together with forms of tend-  and Friday at 3  p.  m. and Saturd
er, will be furnished on application to at 2 p. m. with additional trip on tt
the Wardens of the   various    instilu-   '
day at 5 a. m,
Leaves Steveston
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       Mon lav, Tuesday
All   supplies  are subject  to  the  ap-   Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
proval of the Warden
All tenders submitted must specify
clearly the institution, or institutions,
which it is 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
i not be paid therefor.
Inspectors of Penitentiaries.
Department  of  Justice,
Ottawa, May 25, 1006.
in. additional
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ scale of 1-8 in. to the foot: provided,
Board may grant, on being satisfied however, that this clause shall not ap-
with the competency of any journey- ply to small repairs which do not allium plumber applying for the same, ter the plan of the plumbing.
 H with   water  from
1V4 inches in diameter, 5% pounds   the   water   from   these   shall   not   be
per yard. used for any other purposes. No water-
1%   inches  in   diameter,
per yard.
a temporary permit to such plumber
for a period not exceeding thirty days,
which permit shall confer on such
plumber the same privilege for that
period only as if he held a certificate from the Board of Examiners.
5. Under and immediately after
the passage of this By-law, and in
every ensuing year on or before the
first day of July, tiny persons desiring to carry on business or trade as
inches in diameter, S pounds per
2l/2 inches in diameter, lO1/^ pounds
15. A permit shall be granted or
refused within seven days from the
time of filing of the application, and
the permit of the Plumbing Inspector   per yard.
(if granted)   shall be valid    for    six      3 inches in diameter,
months from the date of issue. per yard.
16. If the Plumbing Inspector shall
find that the said plans and specifications do not conform with the rules
and requirements laid down in respect to plumbing and drainage in the
a master plumber within the City of  By-laws of the City of Xew Westmin-
4 inches in  diameter,
per yard.
Trap vent pipes shall
lead, cast or galvanized wrought iron.
All  traps and fit ".ings shall  be equal
in quality and thickness to the pipes
closets shall be directly supplied from
the water mains or service pipes.
Water closet cisterns shall be fitted
with ball taps, etc., to prevent waste.
47. Where the trap ofva closet is
1 above the floor, the connection with
l3J/2 pounds - the soil pipe shall be made with brass
and  rubber approved  floor  flanges.
4S. Overflow or discharge pipes
from tanks for drinking water shall
never be directly connected with any
soil, vent, waste pipe or sewer.
49. Xo closet or any other convenience which allows the escape into the
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Colum-
7 a. 111.;  Friday at 6
trip Saturday 5 p. in.
S. S. Beaver
Leaves Xew Westminster, 8 a. m,
Mondays, Wedne,days and Fridays,
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p, m., 2nd
and 16th of each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coo'.a
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure are approximate,
For reservations and information
call or address
be of brass,
Agent, Xew Westminster.
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ E. J. COYLE,
bla, may be homesteaded by any per-j Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
Xew   Westminster  shall   take out    a   ster,  he  shall  not  issue  any  permit   to which they are attached. house of air or gas which has beeu
license, which license shall be posted   for the plumbing and drainage, and it      32.   All cast-iron pipes must  be of I confined  in  any   part  of  it,  or  from
up in the office or shop of the master   shall be unlawful to   proceed    there-   the best clean grey metal, free from j the drain or soil pipe, or which allows
].lumber at all times, for which he
shall pay at the time of the issuing
thereof a sum of $20.00. Except as
hereinafter provided, any person may
take out a license under the provisions of this By-law on behalf of a
partnership, firm or company of
which he may be a member.
ti. No person shall receive such a
license unless he has a place of business within the City of    Xew    West-
with. sand     cracks,     honeycomb,     porous ' the accumulation of filth in or about
17.   After   a   plan   or   specification   places, air holes, or other defects, and i it    shall  be   fitted   up  or  used.
General Superintendent, Victoria.
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
Xew Westminster.
Trains & Steamers
Leave Xew Westminster 7.25 daily.
Leave Xew Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive  Xew  Westminster 10.30 daily.
Arrive  Xew  Westminster 19.10 daily.
has once been approved no alteration 0f the grade known as "Standard"
or deviation from the same will be which may be used below all fixtures,
allowed, except with the written con- and for ventilating pipes the grade
sent of the Plumbing Inspector. known  as "Standard"  of the    heavy
IX. From and after the passing of quality. In buildings over three
this By-law every owner, or agent of stories in height the lower three ventilation and drains, and should the
an owner, of any building, doing or j stories must be fitted with the grade j same, in his opinion, be in an unsani-
causing to be done, any plumbing in ' known  as "medium."    The  following   tary condition, may notify the owner,
50. All water pipes must he protected from injury or settling.
51. The plumbing inspector shall
have the power to enter upon any
premises and  examine the plumbing.
such building shall, on the same be-
minster, and furnishes a bond binding ing passed by the Plumbing Inspector
himself to the amount of $500.00 with be granted  a certificate    that    such
at least two sureties in the sum    of plumbing has been done    in   accord-
$250.00 each to the satisfaction of the ance  with  the City  By-laws,  and  on
Finance Committee, or a bond to the ' being requested to do so shall deliv-
siiine amount from a guarantee com- er such  certificate    to    any    person
pany, that be will employ only regis- proposing to purchase or occupy such
tered plumbers    who   have   received building.
and  hold a certificate of competency 19.   Xo  part of any  plumbing    or
from  the Board of Examiners to do drainage   work  shall   be  covered     or
all such plumbing work as he may en- concealed  in any  way  until    it    has
gage to do. and whether he is a prac- been examined and approved of by the
tical plumber himself or not, will not Plumbing  Inspector, to  whom  notice
permit or allow any such work to be must be sent when the work is suffi-
Will be accepted:
Standards 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 inches in
Below  fixtures  3,  iV>,  6%,
20 pounds per foot.
Above  fixtures  3,  W>,  GVi
per foot. ,
Medium 6%, '.>Vz, A 17. 2
per foot.
All fittings used in connection with
such pipes shall correspond in weighl
and quality. All such pipes and fittings to be coated inside and out. with
tar and asphaltum.
33.   Before    being    accepted,      all
or his agents, to have the same put
in a sanitary condition, and any person neglecting to do so forthwith, to
a, 1��, 'the satisfaction of the pumblng inspector shall be liable to the penalties of this by-law.
, pounds
0 pounds
done in connection with the business   ciently advanced to be inspected, un-j plumbing work    shall be tested    by
water or other test approved  by and
except   by   such   registered   plumbers,   less in the case of drainage below the
and   thai   he  will   not   violate  any  of   surface of the ground, which the In-
the terms and conditions, rules and
regulations contained In this By-law,
01 in any other By-law which shall
come Into force irom time to lime
in the City of New Westminster respecting plumbing, drainage, sanitary
matters and water works within the
said   City.
7. Every person desiring such license shall file wiih the Inspector of
Plumbing, a petition in writing giving name of applicant, and in the case
of a partnership, the name of each
member thereof,   together   with   the
Vpector has failed to inspect within
the five working hours next ensuing
after being notified, then the ground
may be filled in, in case of an emerge ury affecting tlie public safely.
20. All materials must be of good
quality and free from defects and the
work must be executed in a thorough
and workmanlike manner.
21. The arrangement of soil and
waste pipe must be as direct as possible.
52. The plumbing inspector is also
authorized to receive and place on
file drawings and descriptions of the
plumbing and drainage of buildings
executed in the City of New Westminster, prior to the passage of this
by-law, and examine and give a certificate, if in accordance with the pro- I
visions of this by-law, upon request
b>   owners   of   said   buildings.
 ��� 53.    Any   person   guilty   of   an   in-
made in the presence of the plumbing   fraction of any the provisions of this
son who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to'
the  extent   of  one-quarter   section  of,
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land ofiice for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
eacli year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the j ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
father is deceased) of the homesteader Lv. X. W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
resides   upon   a   farm   in  the   vicinity  Lv. Seattle,  12.30;   Ar. N W. 20.20.
j of the  land  entered  for  the  require-j        C. P. R. WESTH. .UNCTION.
ments as toVsidence may be satisfied   Lv.   X.   W.   7.25,   9.35,  17.20,19.25.
by such person residing with the fa-   Ar.   X.   W.   9.15,   10.30,  19.10, 2H.20.
ither  or  mother. 0. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL,
(3) If thc settler has his permanent   Lv. Xew Westminster 6.30 a. m.
! residence   upon   farming  land   owned j     GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
j by him  in  the vicinity of his home-1 Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.: ar. Seattle i p.m.
; stead, the requirements as to residence   Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10p.m.
jmay   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon   Lv. Seattle S.30 a.m.; ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
the said land. i Lv" Seattle, 4.34 p. m., ar. N. W, 935.
Six months' notice in writing should  P-m.
be given to the Commissioner of Do-! V., W. & T.���VANCOUVER
minion Lands at Ottawa of intention   Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and 9.36 p.m,
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., anil 4 p.m.
Lv.  N.  W.  9.20 a.m.;  ar. Gmcbon
2.20 p.m.
Lv.  Guichon  2.40 p.m.;  ar. N. W,
9.35 p.m.
Mondays only.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50,1
and 8 a. m��� and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster ��'
same hours.
to apply for patent. |	
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
inspector. All defective material shall
be removed and replaced, and bad
workmanship made good, at the expense of the master plumber doing
the work.
34.   All  joints    in  iron    or    brass
by-law" shall be liable, on conviction,
to be fined in any sum not xeceeding
$100, inclusive of costs, and in case
of non-payment of the fine and costs
the same may be levied by distress
and sale of goods and chattels of the
sewer pipe, soil pipe, waste pipe and   offender, and in case of non-payment
ventilators shall be made with a gasket of oakum, and lead, hand caulked,
and be perfectly gas tight.
35.    All   connections  of  lead    with
 iron or brass pipe shall be made with
The soil, waste and ventilating j a brass ferrule of the same diameter
pipes and traps must, where practlc- of the lead pipe, put in a hub of the
able, be exposed to view for ready in- j iron pipe and caulked with lead.   The
ferrule  shall  be  connected   wilh  the
lead  pipe with a wiped  joint.    Vent
and flush pipes of water closets shall
place of business, and asking to be-
come a licensed master plumber, and spection at all times and for con-
said petition shall be accompanied by venlence in repairing. When neces-
the bond and fee hereinbefore men- sadly placed within partitions or in
tioned. recesses of walls, soil, waste and ven-j he connected with brass couplings.
8. Any change in firm or location tilaling pipes must be covered with 1 36. All connections of lead, waste
of the business shall be promptly re-; woodwork so fastened as to be read- and vent pipes shall bo made with
ported to the Plumbing Inspector, and  lly removed.   In no case shall they he   wiped joint.
the license shall be kept in a con- so placed as to be absolutely inaeces- I 37, All water closets, urinals, sinks,
spicnous place at the location of the slide unless under written permission j basins, wash-trays, baths, and all tubs
business. _ from the Plumbing Inspector.
9. When any member of a partner-!     23.   When the ground  is  made  or
ship or company is licensed  Individ-   unsound the house sewer shall be of
or sets of tubs, adn hydrant, waste
pipes shall be separated and effectively I rapped, except, when  a sink  and
of the fine, and ihere being no distress found out of which the same
can be levied, such offender shall be
liable to he imprisoned for any "period
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.
54. This by-law may be cited as
the "Plumbers and Plumbing Regulation   By-law,   1906."
Done and passed in open council
the 4th day of June, 1906.
(L. S.i      \.v. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
Dailv I NEW '       |l    Dally
9:20 am|Blaine, Be)ling-[3:00 pm
4:35 pm|ham     Burling-|9:55pm
Iton, Mt. Ver-I
|non, Everett,
Seattle audi
I Porl land.
4:35 pmjSpokane,       St.]3:00 pm
|Paul    and    allf
points East.
ually for the partnership or company,   medium or standard cast-iron or brass  washtuba   immediately   adjoin   each
lhe license, may be issued in the name pipe, with
of the firm, co-partnership or com- with lead.
pany, the said license setting out ihe      21.    Iti
joints    properly    caulked   other, in  wdiich  case the waste pipe
from tho tubs may be connected with
sound ground, providing it is , ihe inlet side of the sink traps. Urinal
yt."-""" """
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
9.20 am|Anacortes,
IWoolley,     and
3:00 pmtVancouver
9:55 pml
:00 pm
9:20 am
4:35 pm
Route of the Famous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all  points East.
For complete information,
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. YKRKES, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
Fraser River and Gulf
Ben ver���
From X. W. Mon. Wed. Frld. 8 UJ
From Chwk.  Tu., Tin, Sat., 7 a.m
Ramona��� ���   ���
From  N. W. Tu., Th.. Sat. 8 8.B.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed., Fri., I a""
Transfer��� . a���.
From X. W. daily, ex. Sat. and bin
3 p-. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. t>
Add. trip Saturday, 5 P'11-    a
Kithet��� D
From N.W., Wed. and Mod.. 7 ��^
From Victoria Tues. and Sat.   a-
Mall Service
Close.    Wg+
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm.     *���*>*.
10.00 p.m. l".^'''
9.00 a.m.
Sap'n & Millside.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc..  .. 8.45a.m. ���,,
Van. & Cent. Park...   '.30'�����";()n   .���,
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 1"-
East Burnaby  Li0
Steveston. etc.... WOpJO.
East, via C. P. R...4.4a Pm"
East, viaC. P. R.. 10.00 PJ��-
Sap., Mill, Coa'm..4.15 P-ra-
Van. & Burnaby..3.30 p."1'
Timberland, Tues.,
Friday  12"00 ffl'
1.30 V-��
1.20 P*
1 n 30 a."1
7.10 P.��
10.30 a-*
7.10 P-*
6.00 P."""
12.00 *
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Mrs.. Lizzie Lnan,
, i    Clarl Boi   h reel    C.
recorder;   Louis Witt,
:       -  workman.       	
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There arcrunnim sh < -.
find runninc- shoes   bi I
none to equal those with
the Maple Leaf  P.
on the sole.    The co ������
in both Tennis and  Oxford styles for Ladies or
Gentlemen, (5irls or Bc ys
and bhe soles of all are
ma.'1;'    I :'>m pure   pi t
:.-.     ���- bber.
Maple leaf
Thu   idi
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Fatal  to  Resident of
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������~*':\i:zV:ur"-v.L Monumental Worths
. legree meets Be 101
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., : :���- a ,-.   ;.-.--    ���
:    ���     ' -   -
place.    Visiting  BretJ -
Invtted       E.  B   E
Pres.   B   Dism     Se     tarj
JAMES  McKAY,  Proprietor.
COURT BRUNETTE.. No. 4095. I C r
���Meets the 3 -
.ws'   bio
R   r. P.
R. S.
;;    -- r ;vAL COLUMBIA   "���
A. 0. F.���The res
-v' held on t*    S
tend    E. C Firth, C   ������
}'   I nell. Sec.
"-E   - : ��� AL  TEMPLARS  OF  TEW
PERANCE meet   evi ry v. ��� I
v  ���       lock   p.  m-.  i'1.  <
;���;. .,     street.     Visiting
Brethren -   .   ���- ��� '   ; t0 a;
S   Bryi  "... S. C; J. M^r1-
.. Sec.
CAMP. 191.���Meets on the First and
Tali . Tuesday of every month *n
K. .f P. Hall. .lohn McNlven,
Chief;  J. J. Forrester, Ree. See.
Importer &n&  n     ..,���,-.������.��� of
Marble and Granite MonumenLs.
Tablets, Tombstones. Bt
--   fOT prices.
N.-w  Westmin.ctc-   B.  C.
ar.d look at the fresh
st ck of homemade candies fresh daily. Fruit
of all kind. IceCreametc
Fresh Strawberries and
Fine Apple	
....        .,.-.-.
, : ctlca
Front S
Look well, fit well, wear
well and are stylish, neal
and durable.
For sale hy all  good shoe
dealers.    Ask for   hern.
.1 LECKIE CO., Ltd.
Selling Agents,
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand
H   McRAK.
\ Merchant Tailor
i. i,
1  il -���    -'  ���' cl
. . , le, fowl     ''      ' .......
| _    i ir and wife   Po ��� lai A   (i
���'-���'������"      D. French    ���������     C.
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Ric!      '��� I '-oisford.
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Sr,ride:-"li.   ChlPiwrieK ;    W.      M''l. - ��� '
.,   h. Clarke, T'iu  ialte;
" ��� ���  d;      Mr*.     .1.
���   ���    -  ���- (iver.
Columbia Street.
- .   of Knsriish. BCOTCfJ ana  Irish
tweeds nnd wo - ���������-       "   I - ������ ��� '���
'...     -i      ....  I.     TIC?,
v,-.1..-  vonT
Tram Office, Columbia St
board of TRADE.���Xew Westminst ir Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room. City Hall, ns follows:
Sec-.:.,;   Wedn.-sday  of each month. ,    .,���..,
tho second  Telephone A184 or address 4      ^<     -
Plants and   Annuals   of fall   kinds,   cut
flowers am! floral designs,   Dahlias
60c per doxi n.
Quarte/ly meetings on
esday of February, Ma.y,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annu l meetings   on   the   second
isday of February. Ne.".
I ��� rs may be proposed and
elected at anv monthly or quarterly
ag.   A. E. White, Sec.
and 10th Streel.
Transfer Co.
Office���Train   Depot
Columbia  bt.
Baggage delivered    prompuj  lo anj
part ot the city.
CANDY       : Light and Heavy Hauling ���,',',
You Buy 44R. C.
or "Old Sport'   Cigars
You do thi �� .- ���' - - t ��� tempting
flavor will surelj win your favxin Man
ufactured bj   ���
Factory and Office, Urine Block,
Watchmaker and
Manufacturing Jeweler,
Acquired a through knowledge of the
bui ine i" England �� ith 10 years �����
perience. I ater wa�� I yi at ��� manaj ei
of the watch repairing di parti lent of
Savage, i | man. & Co . Menu. al.
Henry Blrk' ��� bu line managei |iai I of
tho time,
"A Wholesome Healthy Life Requires Whole
some Healthy Food."
B. X- K. Will AT II AKtS
IN ll IVl O    THE    PERrECT   FOOD
By using Hipsc Foods on alternate days
you get   a   delightful   change   of   diet
SOLO    B \
B. iv Liis.
Carrulhcrs Manufacturing Com'y.
MatiufaetUrdrS ot
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
ihe Carruthen ManufactuHttg Co.
VANCOU ,        C.
akes the purest of pure sweet
and invites the public to call
and sec   the candv made
'hone "iV>.        Hani   I'lume 181
Westminster Iron Works
English,   Swls .   Am. i lean   ano  all
omplii'iiieil uah In;: cloai   H      pain !,
le liki new ami adju ited.
Charges Reasonable,
Two I loon from 11 \dam ; I Iroci i y
Shingle and Saw Mill
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
\\ (IKK.
New WpRlminsler, B. C.
Fresh Fruit in Season,
twelve years experience in the
candy   trade.
The proof of the pudding in in
the eating.
Next Door DeGrey's Barber Shop.
iei: and solicitors, Blnckle Bill .
Columbia   street.   New   Weslmliislet  ;
Ornamental   Iron   won;,   including | w   ,   Whiteside, n   L, Edmonds,
Fences, Gates, Fire Hiscapos, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In
yttod, M;t   i.i"   HA VttJTON BOLE, iiollcl
ij"fc��-lrSJ   f?FII"i 'nr nf Hi" .--pi.-I,,,,  .om i   OfRres
JtJrirN   tXLlB.^, Canadian   Bnnli  of  Commerce  build
lng,  Columbi i   ���'>'������ i   opposite  post
office, New  Wflstmlnstm     M mev lo
BEGBIE hi ui'.i'.
mi Westminster.
V, O.  474.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Tr^de a Specialty.
Tfl- 113. Office, Eighth Street,
.... CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
barrister*, solieitors, etc,      Ot
liens;     New  \V<::-���.ImiiiMler, Trapp Blk.,
M.niei   ciarlfson unci  Lome streets,
Vancouver,  room8 21   to 24, 446 (Iran-
vine street J iseph Martin, k. C, ...
VV. Weait, W. (!. McQuarrle, 11. A
Bourne. Mr. Martin wid be In th?
. minuter offices every Friday af
ters, Solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
���street, opposite Court House, New
WeStmtOilar. 1, H. Bowes. P. O. Boj
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� ��� B. C.
GK70RG8 R MARTIN. Barrister and
Solicitor, Ouichon block, Colum-
���-In ��nd Mei;>nzle stree.ta, New West
niinstei. O. C
Beginning February 15, '06
...   Every Day in the Year   "   -   -
Between Seattle and Chicago
Great Northern Railway
"The Comfortable Way" Route of the Famous Oriental Limited
For detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
Coquitlam C<^incil.
��� '��� . .   .���- ���i    nr'i  in I fi��� ��� Hall,
]-.'���   '     i-resent    '���<������ ve Rooih    and
C fc   FOS   vi.-i.-.r,   sh-iv,  and Bren-
  - -'     regular
- ���'��� o     ��� ting
������     ���     oad  and  rirlnpt-
\    ..    ..-..., .. received
\ T ,     |  ,,,.;,
'���i ft  <   ' '.-, as-
-       rn) in
'��� i -m.
\  .,- . ...    i that a
���.'' ���   ���  ������ ���     ii   I   from
N   rth   road,   without  having  ob-
���      Is-slOi) in do so, Ci-uni.
IV as  reiiuepie,!   tn  take  fileps
'.      protect     the   council's     interest,
felthJi       ���   --ni   or  hy  conipellina: the
-'  to p;u all damages.
The re^iLMvnion ol Paihniaster
Falconav was accepied and Mr. tfohn
Hoi niipoinied in his place. .1. Mann
igain wrOte asking for payment for
ektraa iotie bj him on the Indian
road and on motion the letter was re-
i < IVod  md filed.
Hugh Bath asked for a road to he
Slashed out to his land lhe S. i�� of
Lot '���'���'i''. and the mailer was left to
i'onus. Fox and  McLean.
Mr. lames Cunningham wrote com-
l lalnins of the had state of the rofcds
ill iu, Wesl tehd, and the clerk was
Instructed tb freblj that the Council
did iiie besl thej could with the funds
ai theli disposal and suggesting that
Mi. i iinnlngham become a Councillor
UEkl | eai and n v io do better himself.
'l'lie school accounts amounting to
9106 u""' ordered paid. This amount
Includes all arrears due the teachers
riiul also the payment of a nolo fj;
$136 due the Royal   Han!; of Canada.
The following   i.Tenuis were paid:
Din ���'������ - Galbraith, printing, $3.75; J.
G itley, oil tor hall, $3.80; A, Falconer,   road     \vnrl<    $1.40;   .lohn     Smith,
ulary, etc., $27.85.
The collector report vl rae sum i f
I ! mi collected since lasi r< |   i
The bard of workis n poi i I calling
tor tenders tor ditching on Wilson
n -1 and also tor a till near Smith's
and requested the clerk to give
i toll esi Imate of the cost of the Indian road.
The returning officer reported thut
'he voiing on lhe Land Sale By-law
resulted In 13 voles for the By-law
and none ajrainsl   it.
The |,and Sale By-law. 1906, was reconsidered and finally passed.
The Reeve and Councillors' indemnity was ordered paid to date.
The building of a culvert from
Trung road onto the prairie near Pitt
River ferry was left, to Couns. Fox
and McLean.
.1. Smith was given an extension of
time in which to complete his cotf
tract on the Junction road.
No tenders being sent in for the
ditch on the Wilson road it was left
to Coun. Fox to get the work done.
The matter of repairs to the   Hoy
road was left to tlie board of works to
rail for tenders to be in by June 2.
The Council then adjourned.
FRIDAY, JUNE 15  i��
We have made our arrangements for supply.    A.s usual you  will  be
aide 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.
i Impromptu     Set-to  Occurs   in     Parlor
Car on   G.   N.  R. Train   Near
New   Westminster.
Is   showing  splendid  values  in
|   A  J. BIRTCH. 273 Columbia St
Some of Our
Many Bargains
Ten acres all in a first
class state of cultivation
and planted in fruit. 7
roomed house and pood
barn. One half mile
from School and Church,
Close to station.     Price
N.B.-This is an Al buy
For .
Garden Party This Afternoon.
The garden party to be held this
afiernoon and evening at Moody
Square under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid of the West End Methodist,
church will undoubtedly be a success
If the weather proves fine. In addition to the usual delicacies in the
way of strawberries and cream, cake
and coffee, there will be a varied
I rogrumme of sports and other attractions. A hall game will he played between two of the junior teams.
The ladies' races are likely to prove
the most Interesting, several fleet-
footed damsels having promised to
Like part. The prizes are certainly
original in several cases, a big juicy
strawberry being the reward for one
winner. The second prize will be
1 all a strawberry, the clerk of the
course, Rev. A. .1. Brace, disposing of
be other half.
you can buy 208 acres of
first class hind, 12(1 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.
Telephone   170.
I I F YOU have a house to rent,
{ ��� sell or insure, list it with
I     us  and   get   good   results.
If you are looking for a suit-
ble home, at a reasonable figure, call on ns and with our
large list of properties we will
endeavor to suit you.
White & Shiles
Real   Estate and  Insurance.
200 Columbia St. Phone 85.
Interest in Picnic.
A meeting in connection wilh the
B. C. E. U. employees' picnic was to
have been held last evening al the
company's offices, bul at the last
moment it was postponed until a
later date. The programme of sports
and other attractions was to have
been drawn up at this meeting. The
efforts of the committee who are in
charge of the arrangements nre being crowned with success, and everything points to a first class picnic
this year, The many Inquiries that
are being made daily at the tram ofiice show thai considerable interest is
being taken in the outing, and a large
crowd will no doubt accompany the
Street car men on ihe occasion of
their annual outing next Wednesday.
I'assenger.s in the parlor car on the
(I. N. R. train last evening were
treated to an Impromptu prize fight
ine of charge, bei ween Cloverdale
aud Xew Westminster. A husky
travelling .salesman and the colored
ptrter were the principals, while ihe
other male occupants of the car divided the several duties of seconds,
timekeeper, attendants and backers
between them. The cause of all the
tumble, /according to some of the-
passengers, was the porter's inability
to answer a civil question in a civil
manner. When asked by the traveller
whether the next stop would be New
Westminster, he mumbled something
bei ween a gurgle and a groan which
could not be translated Into any
known language.
The traveller, who has more temper
iban he can conveviently control, rose
111 his wrath, and told the dusky por-
t( r many unpleasant things about his
race, and in his energy overstepped
the  bounds of polite  language.
The colored man also had a mini
b< i of remarks to make, and while
be was having his innings, the ladies
left the car, presumably feeling that
their presence interfered wiih Uie
I roper degree of lurid language which
each wished lo hurl at the other.
When their angry passions had
been roused to white heat, the principals squared up, and without waiting for the word go, pitched into
each other, disregarding all the Marquis of Qtieensbury's rules in theiu j
short and strenuous struggle. Before
a knockout blow could "be administer-
ed, the conductor arrived on the i uyork
scene, and called time. No decision
was given, but each is confident that
another three minutes would have
put his opponent out of the running
Get Ready For The
Fruit Season
By Having Your
Call and examine our stock.
Complete line of tin and granite-
Anderson & Lusby
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������^,
j Stylish Pattern Hats j
For Little Money, Friday and Saturday    :
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th   Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of ] Ship  repair
Amsterdam, Holland, June 14.���The
Dutch warshiji Piethelm arrived at
Xieadwediej) and reported having
heen in collision with the Belgian
steamer Meuse off Haak's lightship.
1 he Meuse sank and her captain and
twelve of her crew were drowned.
Large Crowd Enjoys Social.
The social and entertainment given
on Wednesday evening under the
auspices of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
St. Barnabas proved to be a thorough
success. Over $35 was realized, and
a capital evening was spent by the
large crowd present. Tlie free and
easy manner of all the guests helped
in a great measure, the whole affair
being quite informal, and therefore
all the more enjoyable. Ice cream,
strawberries, and similar refreshments were served at intervals during the evening, and an excellent programme was rendered. An orchestral selection under the leadership of
Prof. Judges opened the entertain-
ii)i ut, followed by a piano duett by-
Miss Doris Clute and It Major. A.
S Leslie's picolo solo was wrell received, while the vocal duett between
Mrs. Frith and Mrs. Lmmett was excellently rendered. Frank Lewis
next obliged with a guitar solo, followed by a piano solo by Mrs. Frith,
who played in excellent style. A.
Johnston obliged with a song, which
he rendered In capital style. This
was followed by a piano duett by Miss
Muriel Cotton and Miss Vera. Cord-mid. A concert flute solo by A. S.
Leslie and a banjo solo by H. Lewis
brought a capital entertainment to a
close. Leslie's Fife and Drum band
v.as in attendance, and played selec-
i tions on  the lawn.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
City Intermediate Teams Put up Good
Exhibition  of the  National
Three of the flnesl residential
lots iii the city���only now put
on the market���on Queen's avenue and Peele street. For a few-
days these may be bad cheap
and on easy terms,
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance & Real Kstate
Agents. Tel. 106. Columbia St.
Belyea & Co.
Ceneral Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling our bpecallty.
Wood and Coal
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telephone lbO.
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	
We make a special feature of farm
loans, giving special terms on repayments   	
F. J. Hart & Co.
285 Columbia St., New Westminster.
New  Westminster     -      Vancouver     -      Chilliwack
The intermediate lacrosse match between the Reginas and the West End
teams last evening, resulted in a vic-
i< ry for the West Enders, with a score
Of 7 to -I in Iheir favor. The game
was fasl. and with one exception, the
1 ayers behaved themselves. Robert-
El a and Johnson contributed the usual
i-cap without which no up-to-date lain.sse game can be looked upon as
complete, but were quickly ruled off
by the referee. After dangling
around the fence I'or live mi miles,
they were allowed to pick up their
slicks and   resume  the game,
For the Reginas, Wintemute and
Smith played a good game, while
Clute, who made his first appearance
in goal, created a favorable impression, stopping several likely looking
shots. For the winners, Galbraith
and L. Turnbull were the star players, though the whole team deserves
George Rennle occupied his usual
position of referee, S. Malcolmson
and Q, Reid acting as umpires, while
ll. Murphy anil C. I). Peele were of-
Pcial   time   keepers.
The following players scored I'or
their  respective teams:
West End���B. Henry, I ; W. Turn-
bull, 1; 11. Johnson, I; VV. Warwick,
2;   L.  Turnbull,  2.    Total,  7.
Keginas���i.     Wintemute,     1;     v.
I i.rdy,  2;   A.  Smith,   I.    Tola],  -I.
The following is the order in which
tin- teams lined  up:
Wesl     Enders -Goal,   it.     Carty;
point, D. Digby; coverpoint, C. Gal-
i raith; lirsi defence, Bert Galbraith;
Becond  defence,  II.  Ackley;   third  de-
i fence, K. Munn;  center, W. Turnbull;
I bird home, II. Johnson; second home,
, W. Warwick; llrsi home, L. Turnbull;
outside home. II. Henry;  inside home,
I G. Spring.
Reginas���Goal, Chile; point, Pearson; coverpoint, Spring; lirsi defence,
Robertson; second defence, K. Brown;
third defence, (!. Mannering; centre
field, Winterniute; third home, J.
Keary; second home, E. Tedrow; first
home, ('. Bourne; outside home, V.
l'tirdy;  inside home, A. Smith.
All one price to effect a speedy clearance.   There are about  25
the lot and every hat is of this season's make up.    You will v.,���,
we are making such a sacrifice of New Hats but we find our,
stocked at this season.   To remedy this we give you the benefit
low price now, rather than later on.    The regular prices  of  the
run from $5.50 to $10,011.    We sell   them  on   Friday   and   S
$3.50 EACH
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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.    Selfoilingor 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.
& Fire Insurance.
Life Insurance.
'���! We have been appointed agents for the Union   Assurance  Si
!���; of London, England, which has been carrying on tire   insurance bl
>*< since 1714 A. D., and   which   has  a  capital and accumulated   funds oi
!��? $20;000,000.
J The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance record:
V Dec. .list, 1898 (5 months) Assurance in force $00,400.   Prem. $22,954.bU
!���, "       1900 Assurance in force  $1,792,500. Premiums $ 62,606
J "       1901 " " 2,554,904.
V; "       1902 " " 11,425,897.
;���: "       1903 " " 4,080,112.
1904 " " 4,509,754.
92 029.30
"        126)695.21
160,644.68 '&
166,384.20 V
Real   Estate   Brokers g
and Contrac    It M
186   Columbia   Street,  NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C
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Royal City rish Co
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Game In Season
[ We deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P. O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster,
1 Electric Railway Service ;
Bryan Is Reticent.
St. Petersburg, June 14.���Asked to
define his attitude toward the presidential candidacy in 1908, Mr. Bryan
��� spressed bis pleasure at the complimentary resolutions passed by various
stale conventions, but  said  It   was too
early    to make   any   announcement
lelatlve to his renomlnatUm,
Interurban   Line.
4 Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
in. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
6.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���no transfer.
Rot ween 12 and 2 and 6 and 7.
30   Minute    Service   during l* ���
matnder of day.   Transfer     ^
Leopold t'lace
8unday   Service   l->
tween  8  a.  m
If.hourly ,l0' ���
in. ���
nd  10 P. "" s)
City and Sapperton. *
Sapperton L.ne-J!.M-n��;:;^!
vice, except l-etw.���-.';���,, |
2, and 6 and 1, '""""v,, ue X
hours    tlie    service   WlU        f
,ce Qaii-nourlyjw i
Sunday Serv
tween 8
m. SOd 11 P. nl"    ���
il British Columbia Electric Ry- Co,,l^j
1   11 111   . IIKl.,1
I   *��"'
City  Limits  Line���dwi m;e  u.iiii
trie   service  \*'��


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