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 -'WHITE, SHILES & CO
Real Estate
-ee page 4. TELEPHONE 85
WW Tt SHILES & CO.
Fire Insurance
See Page 4.
TELEPHONE 85
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NEW   WESTMINSTER, Ii. C, SATURDAY  MORNING, MAY  I. 1!Hi..
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I<> < IN rs PER WEEK
DERMANIC TILT
HINDUS   RIOT.
FIRE   UNDER   COI-.TRCL.
E B ii   .-.lows.    Pillage   125  Cords   of Wood   Destroyed   A..
ITA// /VT^/V^  ft/JWI?'FIh](^ reaten Et"'cf,eans' Elue M��u"tai" Rr^d-
,:i   Over   Water  Hydrant   Causes   Aid.  Smith   to
Express His Unbiassed Opinion in Plain English-
Aid. Johnston Refuses to Be Impressed ���
Hydrant Inspection.
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VALUABLE CLAIM
FOUND BY ACCIDENT
J. P. Thompson   Locates   Rich   Graphite   Vein   at   Upper
Harrison���Approximate   Value   From   $30,000
fo $40,000���Previous Parties Failed to
Discover Deposit.
	
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AUDIENCE ENJOYS ���
SPLENDID CONCERT
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DECIDED     SUCCESS ���SOLOISTS
IN  GOOD  VOICE.
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eve ral yi                   ,i   , ei> ed an offi          15000
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BUSINESS AT SYNOD MEETING   worth  whil , and                     . the cil irtnership with  him   bul
REPORTS RECEIVED.                        "   '''   ,han    '' '    '' ' to work the claim b.  hii    ���,r
go. acronipani.                       Mead Ie 1        om.   . apital ol his owi        I
Vancouver,     Mr,    Thomi    in,     whil. :- an ej eeiienced miner, havin    i
\      i   lay'     ..."    ol   In   Pri-slii     cruising In  thai   locality, found  small holes in the earth from Calffornia   a
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IN MOURNED CASE
MAKE      GOOD-GRAND     JURY'S
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POWDER EXPLOSION
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to learn  that ln |   iccomn    1_
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��� 'I lie    rand | u ���.   tvh h Io   i all    the
-    dan    ���       n Me claimed ; ''"" "' '   lshlP to !,!(' '�� ���
..  the plain Ifl    vi      caused    to his pres9,ng '"   '   '"'   an Increased s
Innd i . - ,i       ay] ''"'   ' ' "nmodfltion  In the land      ���
icross >���.���>���������,  .    ���     .   y    - - " '     Mff""'     "   ��        '
Canton yes ening   uj   iho     accepted, except on    asking for   -,-,,���,.,,,,,,    ndjourne.l until    todn* op,nlon of fhe ��ran(]    Jury that    the
.���,   ,, ,     tl    appointment of a secretary.   The   TlK. ,..,���,,,,- M,,���,',,.(, ,'        .    ,,,  (.,,���' remunerations of juror   Is total!    In
worry aboul  me, I am
look after myseff wl
'       '���''���  n .^nod refused to sanction sucl ove.L ,ration Life association    will    be jadeclUflte'
ered  from    h    i ilns    Htindn I    htil on motion of the Rev. T. V. Fer- [Bettle(] ||1(1,1V    T1|js ...,., Bhou,d |h "Before   closing   this   pi.ssBtment,
,;""' " WftS ������"���'''���'. ' "l:" ""' |,ropos31   been finished yesterday,   bul   Justice |We r""' '" ""r dut" '" "!" ymr  '    '
ere ii      ed
Aged v/oman's Heart Failure. en      Hding ized   and  "f the committee for the appointment
ei ���    on."
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,      rTr��_ome   time"  aged 76 !Ctl��n  �� "'���'  ^asstve citj  wm,  be senl down to the Presbyteries for  ^ todfty   Mme charglng'\h~7~~l w��ll   imv-   been disposed   of by   the
' .   . (      I.'-., e     i     ��� > I.I t _��� . I .   l Ili/lll,      i,lliwil,1(ll,il   im, mill,       ii       full      nl'il.i ..... ..I���!.. ���l���t.._!___! 1_. 1 .    .       , ,.
micago, Maj 3    '���'��� ���'��� ed      ien  were  wreck! I, "f ;| synod's Sabbath sehool secretary
���ed 76 ha iction  ot the  massive cltj  wan be senl ii*>*vii to the Presbyterli    for
." I   (if ,,,,,���,.,. againsi  Adolphu ...���:,���!  feel   long  waa    thrown their consideration, with fi full state-
.  .    |jb        an(j   wh01   ais(   ;���;   .-..   n   ige. The historic   man:    storeyed men<  "r their duties to be assigned
" f thln,   tna)   for balm in ih.     im      -'" ica i >   Hth   II ht Injury. The to 5uci> a  s,'.,'','':"'v and suggestions
"     '''   and      ifl          tne    io pitais s to provision for his salary, and thai
Martin wishes to consul!  some   ,aw I sh'P'8 attention to   the   case of Hex,
books whirl, win arrive from Vm     M' '���'"'"'"'""- ��Wch ��e think might
eir besi ���       he i i     ''"' Pfesbj teries be Instructed to take
hi    matter Into consideration In tim*'
The folio* hi"' is the presentment of
tin' grand jury handed to the   Judg
yesterday  morning  after    the   conrl
Iopened ai  10 o'clock:
magistrate In tl ������ district court.
Everybody Smoked.
Chicago,  May    .'!.���Judicial    dignty
".May it  please your lordship,    we   wns thrown aside today in the court
.    ouble ������> Iti
Earnings of Gas Plant
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'  '������-' unharmed. ^Continued onPage ilg     -
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"We have   visited   several   of   the   sion, as the Judge himself   was   h>-
*��� Institutions of the city, and on   dined to smoke. -"-.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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��������.������  ���;:���:;:���-"-���:��� ��� ���=:. I will be on tbe raise.   The potato ques- quite as plentiful as formerly, but som
* tion is  slill  interesting many.    A few nice stucii wns shown, nml go , I heavj
��� consignments are still coming in, lent birds found no difficulty in seilm-j al
R-r-i   t-v   y-~k  ttn   ���pr        ���   mostl)   in .sinnll lols of ten nnd twelve $10   n   dozen.     Several   smnll   lots   of
Ct ly   V_y  JX.   A ��  bags,   being   in   most  cases  the   left- pice   chicken   were   broughl   in   from
*^  ��� ������*���#  ���,,���  *_   ��� ���  ��� overs after seeding.    All thai arrived outside points, bul these were rjiiackly
yesterdaj was eagerly bought up at bought ui> early in the morninz, ,,
Lvitem Square was again livened np   ,.....,                         ...
$30  per ton und it seems  more' than prices ranging  from  $i    to    $8    per
yesterday   with   a   busy   throng,  trad-  [)robable tna1 ,|���, prjCe vvin fuifli] .ht. dozen.    The  beef on  view yesterday,
lng and purchasing at the weekly mar-   predicti&n of  lust  week  by  reach!..? while there wns no decided increase
ket. The large attendance at this $40 before the new crop is lit for use In quantity, showed a superior quality,
place of business yesterday might  be     More farm butter was _n the m_,
The
being   fatter  mill generallj   in   bette
shape than lasl   week's    stock,    evi-
termed a fairly  representative gath- Kl-  yesterdaj   than  has appeared for
eiing. there being goods offered t nm some   time, and   lt  was thought   chat, dently owing to the grass being n
almost everj farming center which is ,]���, |arge individual amounts brougnt l)lentiful.   A considerable amouni wan
reached by  boat,   road or   rail.    The in wo���i,i have the effect of  bringing purchaset1 by  P>'ivate individuals, the
purchasers were also on hand in large down  the price    of    this    necessaty! prlce |)ald being r,'"!"  '- '"",s '" i:'
numbers, and   much  business    of    a article a point or two, but though' lomo  cents for prime cuts, and 7 to 11 cents
profitable nature  was transacted.    It few  pounds went  to the wh.oles._lei 3!by the garter.   Not much change was
bad been anticipated, in view of the at   ���-:, cents, none  was retailed    <_-m  notlcetl    '"    ,h"  pork    su'5pIy'    :""'
spring work on ihe farms being now than   ,���,.  per [)ound ,,������.,,   ��� llu. flla    ,1""'~l' ""' price offered  is good, nol
on,   thai   the   agricultural    offerings guesl   of  many   of   the   b.ouseh.1 1 ."<   """'h   is    being  '"'"""!"     "'   markel
would be a little short of past weeks, j ""'   "'���'"    Ui           ..������,.-���,
but the abundance of produce on view
yesterday showed  a decided  increase
over past weeks,  the farmers evident- tinle  I11'"    <"' lw" bits  l'er I1"1""1'
who have  been expecting this 'iwes-   ,,      ��� .
day was quickly snapped up by lo. ;
sarj  article to again  assume  its , 1.1  dealers.
A Ducks and geese, were nol in ver;
ly realizing from a business point of considerable decrease In eS���s fr.in &rea< evidence, bill a few are begin
view the value- of the weekly markel   local  bird   owners  was  noticed,    thelning '" ail"ear now'    The l��-evailini
dav.    A  large  contingent  from  Van-
greater pari of the eggs   >Ti' ���*���, el _ein_
price for these barn yard quackers is
good   and   several    of    the    farmers
couver was over, laying In iheir Sun-
dnv supplies of butter, eggs,  poultry,
etc., as were many others on the In-   shl""ed   in al,!""   1-""
terurban line, who took advantage of found  ready sale al  25 and   i-1 cents
the  reduced   markel   dny    fare.    The per dozen, li Is probable thai for some
Xew   Westminster    purchasers    also
seemed to be oul   In  larger numbers
than  usual.    Little difference    In the
at preseni letting the birds se.. '"' fresh fish, Including salmon, hali-
I'reiin easi,-in   and  Oregon   i'i uns  whojbrought   in   a   few     yesterday.    The
jo-'. ��� i.    tnd  supply  however,  was  far from  filling
the  demand,  and   the    birds,    which
i were all good fal specimens, changed
hands early In the day.
itime the imported eggs will bi  in the      Mr   M(l]lk  was a)   nis  l)SUB]   ...,-,
ascending, as   local  poultry   n en   are  in the market  with a fine assortment
SA TURD A Y, May 4, Will
Be the Big Day of Our Sale
Suits . . .  $5.95 and $8.65
Worth double the money.
Flannelette Blankets 75c pair
(White and Grey)
price Of liulle,-. i'LV.;s and potatoes was   ���
noticed, and  the tendency  to change!    Live  and  tin
el   fowl    were    no!
DO YOU
KNOW
That the finest Pianos made in the Dominion
of Canada are stocked by J. H.  TODD���
Norclheimer
Dominion
New Scale
Williams
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS	
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inn. oolichans, and many other finnj
denizens of the fresh and sail water.
A ..nod na.le was done, and towards
noon liis siock was nearlj all sold
out.
The large and beautiful display of I
Floral contributions to the busy se-e-n,-
attracted considerable attention, and
a brisk trade in ibis line was cai ried
on during the morning. These deli-,
cai*' exotics with their many differ- -
I ent and beautiful shades and hues,
j from a mosl pleasing background to
lhe other necessaries, Very few of
th. markel visitors could resist the
ai tractions oi the florisl booths, and I
by noon every second person around
I the hall was wearing a "boutonniere"
of Mime favorite flower. Mr. Tidy's
exhibit surpassed last week, the bewildering array of asuns. phox, verbenas, . arnai ions, lobelias, etc., al -
tracted considerable attention. Sui.I"
Bros, also had a superb showing, their
roses, geraniums, petunas, palms and
ferns, being beyond description. Mr.
Davis was also In evidence with a full
lini of potted and cut flowers, as was
also Mr. Muirhead, both of whom re-
el\ i'ii i heir share of attention an I
patronage
Quite a few bunches of rhuba b,
were iu h iterd i . and retailed al ii
cents per bunch. The stock looked
nice and   lender.
T. .1. Trapp was on I he scene an I
the tones of his bell soon had a large
' | crowd gathered on the square to view
and Invesl in the many animals and
farm accesories which came under
his hammer.
Special   Reductions   on   Everything   in   Our
Store TO-DAY.
... SPECIAL
Canvas Gloves,
4 pair for 25c
Children's  Straw Mats and Sailors
Regular price 75c.    Will be sold  TO-DAY
25c.
Westminster Clothing Com'y
D. Grossman, Prop.    Columbia St., New Westminster
SEWING
MACHINES
Sold for Cash
or Easy Payments
SINGER AND
WHEELER & WILSON
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���VICTOR"
TALKING    MACHINES
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THE    POPULAR   TRANSCON-
TINEXTAL    3.3X1-:.
Running  Through   First-class  Pu
Seven horses in all were pul up and   ,���.,���_ .1()���,.i.. and I)jnj,u Cars dally
disposed of, one particularly fine ani-      Atlantic express leaves al   15: I i
mai bringing $260, the others ranging      Seattle and points south, 8:30.
a  little  below this  figure.    Not quite 	
as many    cattle    were    auctioned  of    *>
as some weeks, only five going under
the hammer al prices ranging as high   ''-   J. COiMS. iSD. GOl LEI'.
as $-16.    Several sets of harness were      A. (1.  P. A Agent  C.P.M.
disposed of, also a couple of wagons, Vancouver        N'ew   Westm
and   n   comparatively  new   pheaton.
Canadian Pacific The Canadian Bank of Commerci
RAILWAY CChMPANY 	
  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund. $5,000.1
HEAD   OFFICE,   TORONTO.
!;.   E.   WALKER,   President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  Ciei -I
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN TH:
UNITED  STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
' ii- other pari Iculurs api      I
III l-_c to 13c 1
l-L'e- 'II Sc lb.
Quotations
Beef, hindquart.
Beef, forequarte
V. al, 10c to lie Km
Pork,   I Ic He.
Mutton, 1 Ic I ..
Potatoes, .. jn - : . ; ��� I m.
i --'ail. :: li
iams.  \e hnlesale, 2..c   '������������/-
Butler,  l!5c I i   10c   I i.
Fowl, -,s to $10 doz
Chickens,  $7.50  Lo  %>    I
Apples,  $1.50  '
' IlliOnS,    lie!.".".    : .-���'
Duel   , $12 dozen.
HOTEL  QUESTS.
Guishon -A. .1 MacGilllvray, Van-
er; 11. Clare Toronto; A, J. (Hare
ml .;   .1   II.   Ashwell    Chiiliwack
Westminster iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AND i-..\i;i.\T,
WORK.
SHIP SMl'l him;, i;t:ipi... and
STRUCTURAL  IRON     \\ UHK
Ornamental   iron   won-;,   meaning
.'encc-s, Gaip... Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders nnd correspondence ln
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEOBIE BTKi-ET.
Sew Westminster. f, o. 474.
BANKING   BY   MAIL
Business mi trail ai i\  mail   with   any    brand
'������'���'.'-     i   ' ed, an I deposli -   made or ��Ithdi aw n
il tenl lon I       id to    it-ol town nccoun
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH    ll. U. DAVIDSON, Man��igei
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal]
ESTABLISHED   IS17.
CAPITAL $1 ..400.0CO.C:
RESERVE        $11,000,0
branches tbroughoul Canada and Now fe  uidland, and   In   I.
New   i'ork,  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and  Mexl.
Hani  a ���   Bu   :     s Trans   ���   - '-.
I
\    1
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST--
EMPRESSES
fr
Letters cf Credit I      ���:. , ��� ' -        |
ft irll,
Savings  B.ink   Department.      Depn
-���tn I Interesl  allowe l al   I , ei
four times n ye.ir.
Total  Assets over  $1G8,000,000.00,
N'EW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
ii ui lenl ���
I'M. i'. I       II II
iei   nullum   . i
���  **��>���<��>*'.'*<.
OO   ****t^   **********   ********
18.000  (EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN 114,600
Wright,   Vancouver;   Louis   Lan.i,   H. Powsri EMPRESS OP IRELAND.      TON.
Musical Instruments of every description.
Large selection of Sheet Music.
Graphophones and Edison Phonographs.
Over 4,000 Records from Comic to Grand Opera.
Band Selections.    Sacred Music.
** * ���*<.��*.������*���
J. li, TODD
NEW WESTMINSTER'S  MUSIC HOUSE,  BURR BLOCK,
COLUMBIA STREET.
Vienna: ll ll. Richardson, Vancouver;
\V. W. Millchamp, Toronto; !���' Beam-
i ii and wife, N'ew York: .1 .1. Balrd,
Vic oria.
Windsor    I. Hansard, Valley River;
W.   .1.  Poughen,  Vnllej   River;   it.   .1
it. mn
SOT
Nexl sailing from Sl. John, \i - :i,
Special reductions on tickets from i he
Old Countrj. For other sallln ��� dates
anel particulars apply i<>
ED. GOULET. . .
Wilson, Big Park, Ontario; C, Turner, A-""! tor a11 All:ill'i(' s-^ companies
Chiiliwack;  ten members of Stranger ~~~���~
in Tow n company, N'ew York: It. O.
Mackay, Brandon; J. S, Ross, Union
Baj: it. .1. Wilson, Vancouver; .1. \.
Schuman, A, Smith, Pitti Rivei', Manufacturer of
Colonial l"lin T. Chi holm, Harol I
II. Richardson, .1, Doll and wife, Vancouver; .1. il. Kei nan, Montreal; 11 R,
l-'i'i-i'liaiu'r.  r. LT, Langder, New York
J. HENLEY
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
SHINGLE
Mill
The Schaake Ma
ite*
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
M ii ll   A si ranger In Town,
! \ Texas Ranger,
M m 3.    Jul 11. e S i....
Mav in -Old Arkansa i.
�����-_______i_____k_��aCTBTOTiaK^J-aiW**7 SKf3'
Family Trade a Specialty.
Trl.  113. Office,   Blghth   Street,      	
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.       I QOOM YCUR BUSINESS BY ADVERTISING   IN   THE   MORNIN0 PAp6f Iatu
rdav
MAY -3.  1907.
THE   DAILY   N EWS.
Corporation of the City of
New Westminster
(fill Offer For Sale by Public Auction, on
iaturday,
othj
: p. m., in the Council Chamber, Citj
BOUT 200
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
RUPERT DISPUTE
LLMI1 ED
��    G.T. P. AND PROVINCIAL GCVERN-
;s St. W., Vancouver.   J        ment    may    SOON    COME    TO
i . Ing, Gn gg an I Pitman
thand, Telegraphy and En-
n    ring. J '
Victoria,    May    11.    Con esnondeni
'r__S!K!____C.H_l__i_i____ll
TERMS CONCERNING RESERVE.
Seven  Teachers j |iHV
torty-Five   Typewriters j governmenl during the
3ti   mm.':    Always in   Demand,   j would appeal   i . Indicate  .< ���-..
R. J. SPROTF, B.A, Principal  { thal ' 0,n,iar " " rec" i s
( ognize   : he   claii ,'incial   S
DELIVERY
I On ali Furniture bought at LEE'S
I beautiful  RESIDENTIAL LOCATIONS, FACTORY
iTRIAL SITES, and a few pieces of choice acn i ���
;,-,   title is INDEFEASIBLE and   he  a.
I . L907.
_.\ --I showing the exact locati m of each lol
ale has been prepared al  the CITY HALL, ai
.    msulted at any time during office hours, wl e ���
ifALOGUES may also be obtained.
TERM" OF SALE���Half cash, balance in 6 months at 6 percent.
EAT
��� ���������$ m
i       '���-. ��������� ���   .;       ������
government with regard to d*      i      m
In .      on Kaien i.slai
|
��� ������ i  .  .
m  .   ' ud '   .ni  I In     lovlnc-ial -m
���: in.;. :i.   ��� .-��� i;.  '1.   I ��� inl
We have an immense stcck of
j all kinds of FURNITURE and are I
I selling at prices to please all.   Just
think of these and buy Saturday
or you will be too late.
<KB__ __U��*
5
the Indian
the Do nil
ernnn .       Tl     provincial       rernmom
.     -   ' .tin.        :'.'.'
ie I ind If ah-
the Indl Th    <:. T.
. rid . he      ovin-
.vernniei        i ibjeci   and
rec. :. ��� (hat   ca    ful  cm-
in e givei     :..
��� -I b\  the compan*.    I
**%>.
_ ��
Al
N. H. McQUARRIE,       Tenders Wanted
Citv Treasurer.
___*" __��___
oai:
45    MILLIO
THAT IS VOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   BANK   WI I ���'
��� Tke ���
��� ��� ''.    <<���':    P    vill formula). ini).
For Stumpine and grubb- ""'     '  these land
���     . ,���   '      Fi       i    '.  >' settlement will Ix  reached
a portion otland at New	
Westminster.
For information apply to snaky story.
A, T. MORROW,
B. C. Distillery
New Westminster. \ I    O., Ma;. '������ - James Brunot, stu
Reptiles  Tie   Surveyor   to  Tree  Whi
Others Whip Him Severely.
Regular Sl; Saturday
nl
--i__. f ^.
TENDERS
di 'M in civil engine, ring al th. Ohi -
:\or nern university, nan a n -"���
esca -. trom ae itn yestei Qay. m ������
companions vou li for the ti;; I ' ���
s" I
He was sin veying and left hi.-- .
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
iOTAL   ASSETS   OVER      45,000.000
������������'.  td h\ nd*   signe
May fo
-    .   ���   ���       ..... .on Fir '
tre.i      L.v.    t   or     i       tend.       no:   "
��� ��� ��� ���
.RTHITR   M   LINS.
eather So!
Eli
latte     heard   cries    for    help.    They
I'uMii 1   Brunol   hound  :'; -'   bv 1 w i  bi;
TENDERS WANTED
welc -i"     mm... ��� i:11>- and pay intei ���   t four t
ii Sa\ ings Bank deposits.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Manager.
DiacK   snakes,     i fu v   n i i   emie-ei   on ���
Westnn 291 h  Api 11,  11	
  _    about  each of liis legs    and    lash. I
themselves to a small tree, while- t\\ i
smaller blacli   snakes  had    taken    a
couple of turns  al ml an   iak     i ������ and
'   '    ' '    thl    were  using   tl - '    tails vhi   3    t >
' Mondaj     the _.        eat Bi unol
m. fi r pi nighiiig, ievi
I1  _ )<
I1 }���
C. Mil!s? Timber and
Trading Company
V '.NCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuliietarers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
|! Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
I' Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
ARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
���   Sapperton   Pai
Coul-
��� -iiiii.
cndei     noi
.. ��� ... -I i
"     ., DIW'C \s. Cil   Ch
I      .'   1907.
The   big   sna! es   were   iii-:.  and
ired over six f. - I in len th   wil
��� M  '    en-inch bell
Set 5 chairs and 1 armchair.
Regular $25; Saturday
only $ 1 6.50
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
leph
Maple   Falls   in   Danger.
Ma       I     ;- ire I
closed in th      m   nin;   on Ma]      F
al ���': ��� Inti -   if the B. P. and B
in
' '������ ;  - I;
li ha  .  ��� ' lasl   '.     :
ail the wl it fl <S
WE    V.R1     PUTTING   OX   THE ca" for hel '''   :' A spe-  '''
clal I rain with ppai
an I volunt. ers   eft her*   al
.   I ��S
I
ers i
Notice to Housekeepers.
V
i
i
1
Large   variety;     splendid  value.!
MARKET TODAY
A Large _12-ounce ADVERTI^.
Bottle of Furniture
Till-:  DAILY  N'I
_ __ja_____i
_J H
^l5jS" rn_*_-
SECOND-HIND JM STORE5
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS CF
SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES.
EGBIE STREET
lone 214
OIK'
12.
New Westminster
Polish for 25 cents.
There is no better Vui'~
niture Polish than this
made, and tii.' price is
ab Lit half what others
:osf.
We   have  too   all   the   ether   house   W���    [%L    OTOpCT
clean ng   necessities,   such    as   Silver
Polish, Gasoline. Ox Gall Soap. House- O.  C.   Land
held Ammonia, etc. Surveyor
O t  *       I     !\ /H_ ' BIOCl*       New   '.V  ��� -trnl.i.-it vr.   ij f.
Curtis Drag Store�������������
L
urni
i
��    ����5 t1. _Ji
��_""���
_5���
fry
__,��5J^SI
num
I Dupont B!ock?  New Westminster I
Ph
m
m^ BULLETIN mmmm^
eat Northern Railwa
V. W. &
A    a*    V���
r
Ink Want
.'     the
Praser Rivei' Ta
^     I G _# i .: ^_>
__��''.-r_^;'.--^-"" ,yy'.y m !���*    .    -.
nncry ���
���33__;__^___-"-:r:: ___________________:���_______�� ____:
��.-T���M -l-i-^r,*.
i.i Something Unique h
Highest Cash Price Paid
Daily            NEW    \vi:s I'MINSTKK            Arrives Dail.
Binlne, BeTllngliam, Burlington, Mt. I     8:00 P m
- in        Vernon,   live ivr. Soatlle, Portlund       O.m P '��
'   in       sVokSne.St.Paul.aml all points I'Jasi       'i'M P m
'���'   '      i"            \,ii,(-iei-i,-.. Woolley, Itockport.           3:00 p ra
" ii i .... I     9:20   a m
"-[l'i      in \ ancouver
I* in
in     ' "The Owl," between Seattle,  N'i ��
Westminster & Intermediate [joints
4:35   p in
G:20   -i ra
Eng5is5n Watchmaker
IW.  door*  fro,,  Geo. Adams, Grocer BLACKSM|TH|N6b
Ladles'Gold Watches  Crom $12.75 up  .���.���
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open Having bought out  the  BlacHsmith
I'ace, $0.00. iug business of R. II. Benson, 1  will
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,  double ,,. , ,..:i���.,  .,, .,    ai; his olc] cu3tom
' ;'SI'' $7'50 ""'                 ,,,,,,     , ers, ii.s well as new ones.    Horseshoe
Agenl for th.' celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellman n3 a *pec.auy.
Arctic Expedition,    All warranted. h. M, knutson,
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc. Eighth Street.
Watch   repairing;    charges   reason-	
ible.
'7
lowan s
Coconut Cream
i.
c,
'ave   \'ew  W
lU'llDl
'Ml.'
estminster for Guichon    3:00 p. m.
Anive
G p. in., Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
i.m, arrive from  luichon; 9:10a.m. bv, i*
ir Vancouver
[���TE   OP  THE   PAMO  US  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily  Overland Trai ns 2
fl'    ". St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St,
'���"l|1     and    all    points   East. .,        ,r.   ,,..n
complete Information, rates, berth reservation,   call
111 "r m�����> ,,. ,'. MEYERS  Agent
1        otC i,i,m-.-,. Building, N'ew Westminster, B  C.
ii   m   VDAMS,  \������''-  rrafflc M -���
King SI eet, Union  Station,  Seattle, Wa b.
%ms
Westminster
Transfer Co.
"The Milwaukee^
i
For
Cake
LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MADE ONLY BY
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
'The  Pionc-r  Limited"  St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
��       Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
fflee 'Phone 18f>.       Harn  .'_one 3117       N'��   trains   in   ,lle   service   cm   any
Columbia St. railroad   in   the   world   that   equal   in
equipment  that  of the  Chicago,   Mil    ^_��� ���,,-���- ���^-
, waukee  ei  St.   Paul  Railway,     They
Baggage delivered    promptly to nny   (1.vn aml opcnte ,hcir nwn s,eeping
part of the city. anci (iining cars on :,ii] their trains and
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
I ���   1 ��� lit If       I* service  not obtainable elsewhere,
Light and Heavy liauiing
SOMI-Ti-lirsJG   GOOD
Red Gate Tea- ���
Coffee
w
Office���Tram  Depot
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
T,._ Tliird St.. cur Alder. Portland, Or.
50c  per  pound
ADAMS    _��_    DEANS
THE   CSTY   GROCERY
\ .**_*�����������*����������-���*�� T. 1
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
SATUR
*
I
THE   DAILY   NEWS On chemical  analysis   WIND-
Pu iished by the Daily  News   Pub- SOR TABLE SALT has bee-n
l-     - proved to contain 30# less unpur-
offic. 3,   corner   of   S:_      * .                                          .   .    .
Streets, New W -      aster, B. C. ity than the seven othe_r principal
 _                            ��� w|(t on t|.e raar].���t
E.   A.   P? ge          Manager 14.2
j__8____ftC_f��_M
and   also  all   who  (-aiili.il   llio'.v a   fair
share of   this     world's    goo is.     The
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,   10
subsequent  insertions. whal   restricted,  and   the    Philippine
Reading notices, bold face type, 20  commission   will   acl  as   a "house  of
CentS Per line- brevler or nonuareil* Lords." This grant of home rule seems,
For"Time'  contracts,   special   posl-   "hen one- looks  al  the  qualifications
tions, apply !e> advertising manager. an,| restrictions, to ho a good deal of
Notices ' of   births,   marriages   ori    ���,,,,, ,,,k.k business,
deaths,  50c.     Wants,   for  sales,  lost) .	
or fe  ind, rooms to let, etc.. one cent
per  word.     No  advertisement  taken      What  a curious  thing  is the  wor-
for less than 25 cents. ship of the-  golden calf.    Then- died
TELEPHONES.
D_y   Office   . . .
Night   Office   .
.A
. B_2
' r-.V.S.M?'M-.
SATURDAY.   MAY  4,   1907.
PONS ASINORUM  UP TO DATE.
. , local organ ol the Tories ha
ral r a hard row to hoe. It has to
def* id .. . >.' i mm in w um h is contin-
iiall; i lapi lng N'ew Westminster, and
to In I I a m. in '���. -��� h i is . .uel. , If
evei heai I ol except when one se* -
in., nan ��� (on hs wrong side i in a '
Iii ision list. Jusi at the in im* nt. Me ,.
thai ���; alitj which is said to the
par   o   \ aloi  bas compi lie I it
out in Japan or thereabouts the other
dav, a man of whom few of n> had
ever   heard;   of   whom,  it   Is safe   to
I say. few of us would have heard had
he left behind him jusi enough to pay
j for ih*' bringing home of his body.
Bul because he was ihe owner of a
big amount of money���anywhere from
twenty-five millions to three limes
thai sum.���the news agencies of the
world are gathering every scrap of Information und of supposition aboul his
people and particularly aboul the last
will and testamenl which is to disposed of those millions. Of a trul h,
great  is the Dollar.
DWELLINGS  SMALLHOLDINGS
$1000-  ".    room    col   ige, $2350- i 1   acres,  close to   cil     on
fi'om   car,   $.50   cash, balan e      main   road,   i  acres cultiva
"   '"-  ���' " '���'"*���  good    hous* 13
$1300���Small  cottage,  lol in   fruit, j     trees;   small   frui c
$250  cash,   .a ane
ments.
small
$1500���New .", . om 1 mse on Co
lumbia street, mo lern conveni
ences; eas>  terms.
. jus through.    T. rms . a -.-
$1250���.1 room house Keary stre I
lot in lawn, house In good repair.
J15G0 ���5   room   cottag.
in fruit, terms . asy
_   lot.
$2100-  2 i   acres,   2   all   cl. in I,
acres slashe I, 30 1   ii   I s, small
orchard, good oul buildings, 1 1 --'
storey dwelling, small creek r ins
through land; 1-2 cash, balance
easj terms
Lots of Money in Building
Houses, but you need such LotJ
as these to build on:
Pull sl ������������ I i -. "ii Belm ml sl reet, facing  south, c-los.   i ���
$350 - ai Ii, ��ith te mi
Pull size lot, close to Sixth street on Seventh avenue fo
lots, rinse to Columbia street, In Sapperton,   facing ���
for $125 each,
i lots on Twelfth street, car  line,  for $2400; $600 ca
lots I eing south, Dn fourth a>  Third  street,  all    h
each.
'���'���I
lots   "i   Queen's  avenue,    ery close to Queen's Pari
$2150   A   9   room  house   with   ;:ll $3000- .'nacre.-, to acr.    cultii
conveniences,  on  cit)    cai    line. and   10   acres   seeded      iwn
le.i   50x150,   good   stable;    .11 0 ,..(lj.    ......
cash, bal ince f 10 p. i   month.
$3150- A  in idem  5 lo cottag.    ui
Agnes   si.-, ��� :.  i.i, a. i lo    61 ���
grounds     I eautifull) laid    oul
$1500 cash, balan .
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
$2300    Mo lern   dwelling   on    to
avenue   near   Kigli h   street,
c ish,  balance eas
$2600   6   room   Cottage    on    '��� -:, s
streel    .'���'   n   dern,    - orn*       : t,
I n*    In   rear,   1-2  cash,
in  I and ..  i ears.
to nm.,1- an ��� xhi  i lon ee;' ie sell In' run
. ���_������������ -��� ���_���������^-^��� ���        . . _
ni;.:    m ..     om       ni ���      .vhich it hai ', TIMBEK LANDS���We deal exclusive
WANTED���Fireman,  stead)     job
hour shift.    Appi)  al onct   to Man-   P  $2000 m   i, all . in  enl
iger ���    1      ences,  1 >|   I 1x164,  all   In
$10fH   - i uh,    - ilan ���   >'     .
hen  houses
.     :
arran
$24C0     12    .    ���
'
cultii
'
���  lings
'         '
$1C00��� 30
.        .
|,
1,  e
t
.-'    ���       .'.          .:
I
HALE & LANE, Real Estate km
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER. R. ��
Phone   335 I*. < >. |_,,V ^ I
***************
s
ii ���      invited.    Pooi   thing���one can- ly in timber.   Have large and small
len\  il ;, certain sympathy. tracts   on   water.    If   you   wish   to
ii: 'ii-- frantic c* n lition to which it - buy or sell, see me.   ... ii. Chandler,
h       i< ��� ii reduc* ;.  II   eagerly    s.-i/.e.-; 107  Hastings Sm. Vancouver, B.C
upon the pretext afforded by a  refer-      ���.. ;���; : ; T"
$4o0 cash  buvs a  a  room  bouse'   n
enc    in   the C min cms   i i  the  mattei ' ,        . .        , ,.   ,, ,
central   position   close   to   P.  O.   and
ol a - ibsid)   foi   the   u Idge h. re,   ml ,,    ,   , ��� .      ,���,   .
one block trom corner.    Price   $] ;
" ' '" "U ��'.'ite..an arti .   i.   which   ,,-��� ,,as,K ,,.,,.������.,. |n smalj enta
Mr- '  P" spread over two and a half years. A,,-
$1600- 6  ro ���   . '.
avenue,   earn. -..'_.    an*
in  rear,  $65 i cash, bal
'     M.S.
$2300     I."   ii
nd on     	
in
ply P. O.  Box 594, N'ew Westminster.
and the Dailj Xews had beei -
ing ;n the paymenl of a 33ibsidy towards the cost of thai work bj the J0B PRINTING���Saw Mill anel !',.<-
Dominion government. Now the tory Stationery a special'.". We do
tvhol facl is that the refusal of th. ��� a" other kinds of printing:, and in-
subsid was made a main ground of sure D 500d J'"b at ri-ht PriceS-
attack   upon   the  Ottawa   government      ARR0W PRESS' Dai|y Newi ����ck.
'.'���   ���'    ������>���   Taylor,   the   tlefeatel   candi-       Mrs' P��mi"y- proprietor.	
' date for this constituencj in 1904. j FOR SALE���A small island containing
The bridge was bulli as a pi .vincial 1 about 15 acres, close 'ee Xew West-
I'Ublic work, and Mr. Taylor's charge minster city. Can be used for a mill
was illy   met   by   a   challenge      site.      For    particulars     ip ly    te
to cit. one instance in which a provincial public work had be. i s -
��� I i'M 'In- Dominion. He faile I
T ' do so, and has failed lo lo so to
hough I ei , of which
l! ��� is  ���' litoi   trots  oul   ih.    ��� ime
This     time    the
..    .      a      II-   W      ''  ;,-.,. |.
N'ev. e    ha      dei lar.
��uld le "against the law" fen-
_ove.nm.ni     o      ve a
Dai ..... .- tne
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ion      . ��� ��� -  .      hat cha       |
'l he Di ;:    News tries t      eep to
'���'������     ' '       "U if i     lid feel   lik    in-
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to mendacity. Thi
ov.ever,  an
.:"    . gal       '       -   ���    lng
such sni.siii ���
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ip  its tirad.
giving its re    e      i    lee
tl i the Dail      e\       ive thei
a 'oi   six month      ...     . wi
.i   In    of Oni    lo'       .vera
.   ned     Nori lie i n     railv...       la
likely   to ideri    ndin
hat provinela
if a   ce ' iin  class i
n   t h e   D. *
ind      ch an  an l* r-
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ove of the Nev   \\        ��� i
To ever;  uie    who
I    ��� .   the     ���- Hn
���   -��� : ������   , ��� e clear, and
li   i     nol   -:     to  . i i orate
no v.    Tin re is    no    olectl .n
m ' iaii;    in    Sight,   and    il    i     ml)     il
i I* -     m   Ime ihal one f. '-is comp Med
i ��� treal  s i Iotisl)  s ich articles a   thai
sion
I
r.RE    INSURANCE
I- |  . . .     ;    nil   ...     othi ...       is n
<��� call.    We re   ���    nl -lie   follow lng lea   	
HARTFORD  CO..   (Incorporated     110
CONNECTICUT  CO..    (Incorporated)   	
INS. CO. ^? N. AMERICA  (Incorporated)   .... .94
PHOENIX  Of   BROOKLYN  (Incorporated)   . .   .   1853
These old i  lia li   con  i inies hav. :,     in e\
-. eai   fire  sint e  tl eii   Ine irpoi 11 ion,
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia Street, New We sti*inster. B. C.   _J
Phorve 85.
# How are you fixed for your outing;
* There are two features you can't negle t. ii you
arc going to have the time of your life.
* Pretty Girl and cool clothes.
X        Vol; look after the Girl and we'll atten  I theii
��� Clothes.
Come, bt 3 our new Two Piece Suit!      I !
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<*        Cool as cool can be.   Swell and ham
* and Homespuns.
is cool
$5, $10, to  $14.
inen voull want one oi our new soil Hal   ra
smart Straw,
eooi
'mierweac,   sofl   Sl     .   ���'    '.
osiery, Ties, etc.. etc.
Get the Girl, and if you can't close
��� this summer the fault will not be ours.
��� Just in, a large assortment of White i   I Col
��� ored Summer Vests,  Silk and Pongee Shirt?, Fancy!
and Comfi rt Sox.
THE
CLOTHIER I
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ASK TO SEE
���:y ths MANNISH
DESIGN FOft WOMEN
Empress College Cut
Boots, SI.oo an I $4.50
Empress Oxfords
$2.50 Lo $4.50
Invictus : )xford: in
('i :olate, Kid ai d
Russian Calf, $4.50
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^_ew Westminster, BB C���
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY  WATER]
PROOF   LOGGER   BCOli
JUST TO HAND.      KVKKY PAIR WARRANTED|
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale ���>;' Odd Lines at givin ; :-
our Window and Doi r.
old counts ' $nm: store
J. STB   kVART
The latesl in meclinni. s I., i li ml-
ajitlng eri i iagnei Ism to the loading
and im.. i ; ai foes of' Iron and
\ ig "horseshoe" magn. Mil, i
' ��� ������ of the clnti li ng gear ou
the . . I picks up id .. e,
'��� ���' *' '- ��� ' . "i - m " ...;....,...
ime I maj lie; ilejMJSils iis loa I in : he
destined pla. . anil then lets go -
when thi "juice" i-e sw Itche ! off. .\
ten-ton cupaclt; magnei is said lo
beat the old  sl \ le al I   six  t;.  on .
'<\^y ���*'??*;
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The Filipinos nr. to have a sm i1
and e- .nn whal diluti tl allon ance of
home rule this year. Jul; Ifl is to be
election day, when n legislative as-
semblj will he chosen by native vot-
. registered nnd* r a franchise �� hich
excludes all who have nol been "loyal"
in  Uncle Sam foi   y\  years al  least,
i^3^2BL}-^Mh
REFRIGERATOR
and SCREEN DOOR
HtfKg
fe._��!        Jv     1"
Walk-Over Shoes, in latent
and Gun Metal.
Prices���$4.50, $5.00 an ,
30.00.
WaWMMtMim^^
CHILDREN'S SHOES-Ov.r
$500.00 worth of Chili .
Shoes op< e. id for 1 odav.
White Canvas. Tans. <������
mmmmzmi^'r-z
Our Refrigerators have perfect  air
surrounding the entire refrigerator.
We have Zinc and Enameled Lined h
Screen   Doors and Windows.
Curtain Stretchers of different  kinds.
Call and see us.
to.
T. Jo  TRAPP i.
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NOW is the TIME TO GET
YOUR NEW STRAW HAT
Our selection is complete.
Young men are wearing the Boater
shapes, mostly in Sennet Braids.
Some still wear the Golf shapes.
We also have goods suitable for the
middle-aged man.
Canvas Hats, Mottled Cantons.
Prices 50c, 60c, 75c up to $2.50
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
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have      ���      anied 1      he v i   I ' and
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and    eack,       1  an enjoya
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\ ' ��� ill tii Mrs. F. Shaw entertain,
lie l.ovnl Ci inn ive from   of her lad i i hel
  In    hon       ���    Slowal     reet ye?
e   \Ictor>   day ev.     i        _ constderabl*   nui    ���
... ;���'   i.   i' I j wen nl     nd     i mo      enjo;
. the i linn   ���< i    li 'ni.. ���! in  lo a  Iat.   houi
���.e,! iv's .aino Vu on    111 were noticed th*
\|. .���      i    c   Brow i'      Ml
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Ladles9 Blouses
_nd	
Children's Dresses
AT
the White House
a .   J.   B IR TCH,
275 Columbia St.
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267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.      j
N E W WESTM IN S TE R     1
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wai th.   mark.
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! Gilley Bros, ltd!
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Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
M       r   r    im ,- ....,>    Mrs   ,1. S. Clut. .
t    WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
i ,   ,-    . '     .      train Ii      ���
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WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
AND PEA  COAL.
vi* inlt>
F ��� two or three months, Fui nished
H use, with three acres of ground.
V 'v nice gard< n, strawberries, etc.
; tated on Vancouver car Iii ���. on
Ifth street.
$20   per   month.
Girls'  High Score.
ii,    ,   Bruri    ..   fort,   lo   flfloeii   ill?
���mm      chool    -i.M    defeatoil    Ih !'
In a '. ���-��� b -;l   match ;    iterdfi
.,,, On twn    ���.   ��� yi ���"
i  i     (he    Iris  fi    ih     hi. h   scl
|ln,l   e��� , m     nc* pssfnl,   bill   the      lahl   '
    neatl    turned yeslenla.i        !;
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* COMOX COAL AND COKE.
* CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
J VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   C E-
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J cell : ral id   I ���������    nl   ;^
* used by nearly all large con	
in tin' Province.
MANITOBA   WOOD   RE!.-.
NEW   BRUNSWICK   PLA. TER.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED   PACE   BRICK.
FIRF.  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY      and      MANTEL
BRICK.
From Mm- i 'i ij bui n I ila   11
SEWER   PIFE.   DRAIN     TILE'.
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^"���LEQD, MARK &  ���0,
New Westminster
Cardinal  May Come West.
Farm Land Sped-
r_:l_7-
Diamonds
ist received the besl stoc  ofunsel diam
-  shown in the city.   The quality and      .r
;' th is ��� -' m ia is] irf    .
will m untanyal " : ���'   '    m
SEE   OUR    WINDOW
u��    ,>K    _.*. s      i-~. Th�� Jew��ler
W. C, Chamfaerlin.
AGENT   ' '"    "        '���' ,r
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p.j                     p.   O ,;" ���'        '           Cardl        .'      ; del
c���l.|n: Vi!   h      ..   .                '  '.'  Thomas   F.
l.ii'M; eef   '     i iworth dio      ���   hal
��� ��� at some . Ime In the ruture he will vis1.
...                       i    '       . towns in ihe    Middle'    and    Western
ilores     ' state..   Tims f:ii*"!n- li.is only been In
it th    Ca New York.
lot   tl I	
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, ,,.   .                                     .   ii. C. As it Is our Intention tq pul our Ice
'    *       .   od   "i '���     ���- i delivery wagon em the route ahoul tn*'
,   ��� e ...,,    .. first of May, we would requeal those
, mm    was wh0 wni "'i'^'" ���'  ^Wlar   delivery
,   ���.    ;    i  fai                   ifflrmative, throughout the summer, to adv
aducted
Real Estate Broken
and Financial Agents |
270 Columbia Street - Telephone 307
| NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C. |
Ice Consumers.
. it and Miss Koi
ley card or tele ih .ne nl  - n ��� . i*   I   i
will .'l.M.'.e'. ��� ns in bett.'
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i sides      ' i" tie ate. Tel. No. 156.
Headquarters
for   .    .    .    .
ERFECT
ANTRIES
A.   HARDMAN
McKENZ3E STREET   -   OPPOSITE LIBRARY
P. 0. Box 248 S Telephone 302
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"The Best is the Cheapest"
The old rule works both ways if you get your dental work
done by the "Boston Dentists." Our operators are all graduate specialists of many years' experience, We employ no others. Their
work, accomplished with the aid of the "Boston Dentists'" patented painless methods, is the best known to the profession. Our
-niii and porcelain crown anil bridge work cannot be equalled anywhere hi any price,    Lot us give you an estimate.
We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
Full  set  of  tC
(li)le!  I': o\\ us
Brl Ise Work.
���ill $5 and up
 $5.00
per teieiiii... .$5.00
Gold  Fillings...
Silver Fillings.
Extracting..   ..
.$1   and  up
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Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.   .DR. A.  R.  BA KER,   Consulting  Dentist.
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THE BEST ON THE MARKET
AT  TRY    IT
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
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SEALED TEXDERS addressed to
the Commissioner of Dominion bauds*.
Department of the Interior, and marked on lhe envelope "Tender for Timher Berth No. 515," will be received
h.' iliis departmenl until 12 o'clock
noon nn Wednesday, the 5th day of
.liiiie-. li.iiT, for a license' to cut timber
on Uerth No. 515, situate in the Province of British Columbia, and comprising Legal Sub-division M ..!' Section 3_, Township C. Rant:,- 7. West of
tiie Tth Meridian, containing an area
of -In acres, more or less.
The berth mus;  be surveyed within one year after the date of the no-i
tice awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a II-
e ense will be Issued, also printed
forms nf tend, r nnd envelope, may
11 obtained al I his Departmenl or al
the office of the Crown Timber Agenl
al New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender musl be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a charter-
��� I bank in favor of the De] it; -
Minister of the Interior, for tb
pmounl of the bonus which the applicant is prepared tei paj fi r a 11-
.������-.   e.
The highest or any t. n ler n il necessarily accepte I.
No tender by telegraph will be en-
te rtalned.
PERLEY G  KEYES.
Secretary,
p. partment of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 6th.  1907.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE .NOTICE thai an application
lias been made to register Francis ('.
Honour as the own. i in fee simple,
under a lax sale de. d from the Mayor
and Treasurer of Hi*' City of Nev.
Westminster, to Francis C. Honour,
' i,. Ing date the 2n ' day of October,
A. D. 1903, of all and singular thai
certain pai eel or tract of land and
premises situate, lying and being in
ih. City of New Westminster, in the
province of British Columbia, nun'*'
particularly known and described as
subdivisions 37, 18, 19, of lot \ suburban block 9.
You and each of you are required to
cent, sl the claim of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
of ila- first publication of this notice,
*���" rwise I shall register Francis C.
i lon ur ; s owner th< reof in fee, and I
direel that publication o! h s notice
i'i ;; daily newspaper published In Xew
Westminster for thirty da - shall be
_ "l and sufficient siim Ice li*   ��� of
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Ni w Westn Ins t. , provlnc. of Brl h
Colnn bin, this II h la; of March, A.
D. 1907.
C. S   KEITH,
Districl  Registrar.
To 11-  ��� .:    ',' .   la    leson,  i !sq,
MI pi rsons si rve I v\ Ith : liis nol   e
and thos        limlni   tl     igh or under
th. :n.  ami   all  persons   claim ng  any
Interest in thi \ Irtue of
un - .   t. ri :  In nt, anel all
persi ih ��� : liming . ny InteT. I in the
11 lan I I y desc. nr. u hose title s
no! registere I un i- r th. ��� ovlslons of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be for-
ev< r estopp. I nd I. iarr. ! from si I
ting up any claim to or In respect of
said land s     old for taxes as pro-
the   following
Kitsumgallum
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ^ix
ty days after iim- we Intend to apply ie
lie, Hon.the Chief Commissioner of Land:
eetiil Works t'"i permission t" cul and cai
ry away the timber from
,l,.- crib. ���! lands, situate ni
Valley, Coasl   districl :
:-ii     i lomm. ncing     eit      a   i
al '-'.i    .' ���   mil. s  north  of  tin
ci'.rn. ���'   of    C.  1".  -\. i'..  - n's    preempt
claim, then running as follows:
east; SO chains south; 80 chaini
80   e-liiiins   nortii   to poinl   e,i e
ment.
_ i. -Conwencing at a ...>st planted
aio.it ei1.. miles north of the north-west
corner of C.F.A.Green's preemption cluim,
tin ee i unning as follows : l ei" chains w
Id  chains south ,   l GO  chains .-ast am
SATURDAY
PROFES*
Man
W HlT!lSIDE & EDA
ters and ���olic^r'"!*. ���%_!
Col um hia   Btreet
W. J. Whiteside
fONDa
II.   I.   �����_*��**
plnnt
n-lli-w.
M
I   vY***
'.''���l!(���!,,s-
80 chains
west and
ommence-
R. .1.  P.
tor of
.-
HAMPTox
________���_.     H
Canadian  Bank of .���,,���""���"
lng,   Columbia   street  l0161'06 b��i
office.  New  Westm,. te��PP0J'
HOLE
loan.
I
'ieev i
chains
i   nt.
ll.OllI
iiorili  to   thc  point    of  c
I  -in
immence-
: | ii. gistrv Act."
Hovr  Woxall   Was   Named.
Near SchwcuksvIIle, Pa., Is a vlllago
that bears the name of Woxall.   Thin
wonderful name wns the result of an
error upon the.part of the postofflce de
partment lu   Washington.    The place .
was known many years ago as "Crop     '"' e
pestettel," or "Crowtown," and later   notice
as Mecbaulcsvllle, bul when a post- B. McDougall as owner thereof in fee
oiliev was established there In ISSS And I direct thai publication of this
neither of these names was satlsfac- notice for thirty days in a daily news-
tory, and it was decided to choose n '
scribed  as:   Subdivision 30 of Lots S
and 9 Suburban  Block 3.
You and each of you are required to
contesi the claim of the tax purchaser wilhin forty-five elays from the
Tenders   for    License   to    Cut   Timber
on  Dominion  Lands  in the Province of British Columbia.
the firsl   publication of  this
SEALED  TENDERS  addressed    t.
the Commissioner of Dominion Lands,]
Departmenl of the Interior, and niark-
r for Tiin-
e i em the envelope "Tendi
NOTICE.
Notice ;- her*  ���-.  given thai  30
.   ���     dati   v.,. Inten I to ni:      i pplica
to  the  lb n.    hi   Chief C*    "���
sioni : ol Lands and Woi ..-. foi a spi
ciai  license   to   cm   an.  carr;
imi er from   the  follovi ia.   desci    ed
lands,  situat. d   in  the  Coasl   I listri. I
..  ��� ���.-   Wi -'   Bank  ol   Kil inial    .r n
15 mil.,-  south ol   Kittinia
dian Village in  a  smai   bay,
No.   20.   running     as
paper published al Xew Westminster
will in- good and sufficient service
thereof.
New Westminstei
ish Columbia this
A,  Ii..  1907.
('.   s
Province  ol   Brit-
25th  ei i.   of  April,
i To   William
KEITH,
Districl Registrar.
Edmonds,   Esq.
was  il, 	
new cognomeu. Many were the suggestions submitted to the postofflce department, but all were found t��� > be too
nearly like the name of some other
postofflce to In- acceptable. One day
the village storekeeper saw tbe word
"Noxall" upon a piece of calico and
called the attention of several friend
to It, Al once all agreed that "Nox
nil"  would  be a  fine name for their
town. So the postofflce authorities wen  ^^^^^^^^
notified.     Soon   a   letter,   cam.'   from i    All persons served with this notice,
Washington approving llm name that        ,  ., ,  .   .       ., , ,
,   , , ' . ,      ad   those claiming ihrouah or under
bail been chosen,  but  in Hi" letter II
was spelled "Woxall."   So Woxall be ;;-':,;'   and  al)  Persons   claiming any
came the name of tbe village.���Phlla- interest in the said land by virtue of
c.elpbin Record. any  unregistered  instrument, and all
  ;'irsn'i~  claiming any interesl in the
What  Puzzled  Her. ,(]   ,and   ,,,. ,],..,,.]1I    whose  title  is
A woman whose religious education . ,      ,       ,       ,
, , , , , ., , . ,.,. nol registeri ' under the provisions ol
Lad been received in the plain edifici
erected b. an unassuming New Eng- ,!'! "!-;""> Registry Act," shall be
land congregation was persuaded, forever estopped and debarred from
much againsi ber will, to attend divine  setting up any claim to or in re
so   sold -
lie   "Lan I   Regtsiry
^B i k'l' Berth No. at     <_________________________________________________________________���
otherwise 1 shall register Alice I tbig Department until IJ o'clock noon   chains west, 80 chains north, SO chains
on Wednesday, the -"tii day of June,
ISO", for i license to cul timber on
Berth No. 516, comprising lands situate in the Province of British Columbia, and described a sfollows: ���
^^^Si^aM^^^4444441^^^tjM^tAsmm%mmmm%%%%%%%%%m%%m%\ Berth   Nn.
Dated  nr the   Land  Registry  Office j sections 27, 2S, 33, 31, and the  Easl
halves of Sections 29 and 32 in Township IS, Range 23, 'Wesl of the Gth
Meridian,  containing an    area  of
miles, ^^_^^^^^^^m
.,.,     , ... .        Xo. 22. Commencing     a am
I li ���  berth musl   be surveyed within ���   .  .
east, mor* or less to the shore, then
along the shore t'1 point of commencement.
No. 21. Coi uen :ing al a posl plant-
��� : i a the wesl bank of Kittimal Arm
about 15 : , I. s south of Kitl imat Indian . Illage in a small ba;. thence 80
chains west, SO chains s* uth, vo 'hains
east, mon oi less to shore, thence
along -h* re to oinl -.T commencement.
C noticing   at     a    posi   planted
I miles north of the north-wesl corner of ('. I''. A. * In en's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: sn chains east;
SO chains north; SO chains west and 80
cl  iins south i" poinl of commencement.
i lommenclng at u post planted
aboul 5 miles nortii of the north-wesl cor-
ii r of i'. I-'. A. ' ire ��� a s pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains east;
lie chains north . i UO chains w- sl , 40
i '.... ins south M. poi it of ,.'iii!',. ne1' ni'-nt.
.mi.    . lommi ncing   nl    a    posl     planted
aboul 11 mil -  ii" th ol  the noi th ��i   t coi
el  e ���  i ���   -,  Gri en's pre empl lon
ih, a I'uunln .. low a    : ������    . :
i     . ith;     160   ��� '    ...      wesl        I"
north in point of commenci ment.
25.    Comn il    .i    i ������ '     planted
ab "a  ll of tin   in��� ri 11-\v-.
tie r of C. 1-'. A. Ur.-en      pre-e    ipi
I I" II    I-II1IIIM    '
orth; wi
ith to point of commence
- posl
a. i- .���:' ''. r       ��� . .-.   i
III chains wesi
ui.  chai ���        :
north to ]       t of i
i'.   : i    ]  . t     planted
nor111 o   tin   norI    w    t co.
iei   ..-   ''  '.'.  \. Gi e pre
runn '���      ..:       5(1 chah     ivi sl .
iins us i     t; SO chains
to point i        .      - ncetm nt,
Con :  ���        planted
... irl     of the nori     west cor
ner of  C. F. A. Green's   i mptlon i lalrn,
��� . love -    l ������" cbains easl ;
in cl 160  'Iiains  \vsi .  ami  40
e thi   point of commc-mce-
:. ��� ni
i' ig   nt   a    post     iM..
aboul  . rth ol thi   noi th-west cor
ni ;��� "i   i'  l-'   '���  Gree n's pn -i mptlon claim,
il   n rum 10 cl
i ���   .Mains     north;     4"
, ha Ins  wesl     SO e       ���       outh ;   120 ell
-   st to point of e
post     planted
nboul   I    ���       ��� li of the    south '.'..   '
coi ��� ��� r of  M".   ��� lon  No.  26,   then   i unning
-i-   follow -       i iM'  i halns  w.   t;   10 e
in rth ;     : 'halns  ��� nsl ,    and  40 i
outh  to poinl  ,.: ' onimi no mi nl
33.-   Co al     '    posl     pi inti d
iboul .    iins   north  of  the      uti   wi   l
r .a'  Location  No.   26,  then   running
follov b ���     160  ' halns  west;   10  chains
se uth .   l 'in  chains  easl :   1" ��. halns  noi til
to poinl of commenci ment.
.'���-���     ''"  im* a. Ing    nl     i    posl    plnnt* 'l
about   1 miles north of the north-west cornei   "i   ''  r A  Green's  pn  ��� mpl lon  i
then runnini to  ows .  160 chains w. si .
I.1   chains   south;     160 chains  east;     4''
north   to  i e  i l  nl   comme ncem
.;...-.      more   or  le -
Martin, weari     Vr,
��1    barristers, so -,  ,.'K ^
flees:    New Wests
corner   Claries,.,,   ,
Vancouver, rooms    i' , '.!," "   -'i,
ville si reel,    j ���,.,,,  .,   ��* 14!   -'
W. Weait, w. i;   ,,   ,' "" *��� ������'.
Bourne.    Mr.  .M,
Westminster  offlci     , "   ��� s
ternoon ���    .
HOWAY,  REID i   :.M.vis~r
ters,   sollcltoi      etc   't \
o. ,.o����� ___________���____��� 1-  bi
.1
street,   opposite
Westminst. r,
241.
ho.;,1^
Whei
GEORGE I-:. MARTIN', Barrl___ 3
Solb-ileer     1.,.    ��� Ji
^.Solli-lior,  '-'.d^^^^B
i.i   ei ei  McKenzie
'    er. B. .'
W. MYERS GRAY, li
and Notarj   I  .
I  Dl  at New Wesi   .
reet, o
P.0   Box  ICO.
. Coin���
1
W.
'���: ne
".   1 i A X S
s dicitor,
reel   . New We I
i
J
i
'
ii '
30ARD OF TRADE���New WestmS
ster Board of Tr
Board  Room, Cil .1
Se uie'1   Wedi esd each n mf
���! ������ rt(..ly   in,., m;
Wednesday    .ef     Pebi   :     v.J
August  and   No
Annual  me*   In
Wednesday    of     | -.',
mi mbers   iua}    bi
elected at on; ,.    ���������
n.eetlig.    A. K. \\     ���, -���.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
WM.   MOODY,
FRANK   VAND
AI.I.
UNION   LODGE, NO. 9. A. . . _ A.
���The    regular ef till
la held on  tin' I'm
each month, al     i       i: p. e..
the   Masonic   Ten    ���     Sojourn
brethi en are .. rd
tend.       Dr.   W.   \.  i eWoll Smi
Secretary.
service in one of New Vork's most
show}' i liurcb.es. She showed fre .
;l'e starl that, notwithstanding her puritanical trai-';:-. be was interested In
tli ��� proceeding -. She studied the club
orate ceremony, the architecture, the
richly tinted windows and the altar
d orations closely. By i ml by bei
ey s became Axed on the ceiling. 11 ��� -1
friend wondered vlmt particular fea-
tu-e e.if ill" a- lofty heights
attention for s . long a time
:ii"   said   land
as   pi i\ ide l
Act."
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
0  !Ull  iei thc e-lianiint
ti i 'il to tii. l out.
TAKE N'OTICE that application has
 n made to register Florence Mary
l),'l,l  i,,.r   Eveleigh as the owner in Pee Simple
During   under a Tax Sale Deed from The   C* r-
one . ������.:-.'   liter the date ol  I he notic
\ ai ling the berth.
The regulai ions un ler which a u-
c* nse will he Issue i. also pi int. I
fei ms nf ten ler and envelope, ma
tanied al this I lepar ... nt e h<
offi. e of the   Ci   wn Timbei    \m.
X '.\   Westminster,   B.   C
Each   '��� ndi .   must   I .   ai   .......
:   accepted * beq i.     n
bank  in  favour of the  I leptity o
Minister of the  Interior,  f i r! he amouni   of  ill"   bonii ���   whi. h  the  a
. anl Is prepan I to ���  r a  lie*
'P ���   high, st        ..,.   ten :> r  nol  ne
i ri lj   accep ted.
X'i tend* r b       legraph  n 111 b.   en
terrain. I.
PERLEY   'I.   KEYES,
^^^^^^^^    ncing ^e^|^^_^^__
ed  In a ba     given   iani.   ol   Indep. ti
��� I.ni  Ba;        .   ��� : . 2 mile:  south
��� ���;. - of th. u. th end ol Constie Islan . -a easi -. ol KI mai Vi ni,
thence   -" chaii
north, 3d chains east,
I ���    ha   ���     ��� ��� ��� ���������      to
... tn. in.
No. j :. ���    ���        i   ���       ���
.     . . - i  :i   - '    '    '
iii ;e on   Devast       n   ch
-  - ��� an     .'     " ���. i- :      ards south
hi -' hen        . cl
��� .    . .' '       i chain '
__________________!
SYNOPSIS   OF    CANADIAN     HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any a vail ble Dominion Lan.is ��� Ith
in the Railway B. ll In Brltl -le <'
bia, may I    hom    teaded 1    an
sen who Is ' he soli   head ol
KING SOLOMON  LODGE, r.'O. 17,
P.   &   A.   M.��� Rep.       (emmunlal
dons -if this ie,.;. i m cc
s'-cieuil  T.i". y.    iii (    .i: -.nth I
Masonic Temple, . w. V__l
Lag   brethr. n   are
to attend.   D. W. C!i ... Se,
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY,No.<i)
It.    11.    K.    of meets   Ic
Friday    of   ea
p.   m.,   in   Orange
Royal avenue
Journlng Sir Knl
vited to attend
!'.. J. Hood, K-
'
ss
en ale
De
of the choir she
"(.li.
E lit
New
England   wo
rn.n  in  tones of Infinite concern,
v ��� ���: jusl wouderlm? how on earth tl ���'
gel away up there I > dusl iln> raftcrsi"
--N'ew York P.   i.
What Ig "All Wool?"
I have mel a county magnate, a
wealthy man who w .uld nol be" put .'IT
wil a iinythlng bul the best, If he Unev
li, clad in a handsome "homespun''
Mill, ila- delicate blue grny mixture of
*���. hich I happenod i . know wits pro
.'.;i,."il by tli" Judlel ms blending eet old
blue stockings, such as navvies wear
with .del white stoc-iings.   I have seen
lady in n stylish "blanket j of this notice, otherwl e I shall i
ir I'.iat. lhe composition of   ler Florence Marj   Eveleigh as owner
"""'' "    " thereol   in fee,    And   1   hereby  direel
thai publication of this notice for ihi.-
a  "society
t v.e.'il" 'q_^ _________^_^^_
Which I knew to be Of such a nature
lh il il might M'l-y .easily owe its p_
IsttTice in j oi r t to ilu' cast-off hosiery
of her "wn scullery maid, collected
from ihe- ash bin. Keen the judge try
Ing a case of "misrepresentation of
goods" may. as likely as not, be un
consciously sitting in Bomebody else's
thrown away rn. s lhat he has bought
as "all wool."���A Woolen Manufacturer In Grund Mai.ii/.liie.
poration of the Disl riet ol Bui nal y, to
I .'::' ��� Cunningham, ' earing date tii"
".   10th day of March, A. !>.. 1902, of all
i
and   singular   thai   certain   pai ci I   or
of  land  and   premises    siti
lying and being In the Dislricl of N w
"     ' m Ins er,  In   i he Pro\ In. -   ol   I li
��� i !:    Coinnibl i,     ',. n '���     pai Iculai Ij
I now m  iim :  el   -ii lb. -I  a    i i .divisions
i   ..      un "A" of lot 2D,
group I,
V'o    and eai h ol    ou ai      en   y re-
.   ;   ie  contesi   iii"  claim    o    the
���a -.   (itu i hasei   Vi ll hin   fortj -five  da;
from the date of I he fir il  publication
I    _____________________________
���  i .
>o. _.. Com . |al] ,
es north       Hartt*       :,,
'.a,    on
':  '"   ���      ��� '  .            chaii
'      ��� '"' ���    ;    .     . i "
���''���'��� '"      ��� - al v.       ,.
 H i
���^H
NOTICE   IS  HEREBY  GIVEN   tl ai   '!''"";   10 miles i ,     ,..,,.
sixt>'   days   after  i ate   we   intend   to Ion l> Kil . ���,   on
to   tli -   Honorable     the  Ch '   ' Island on a
Commissioner of  Lands  and    Works | theice   120   i iu   chain
or anj  male over IS ��� eai s of   a
i he estenl of   on.   iuarl ���    lou *
160 acres, me   i   o    I.
Enl ry musi   b.   ma le pei soni
the local lan I ofl listri.
which the land is situate.
The homei tea ler Is require I I
form  the .   m :      us . onn - :���  1   i ben
���.'��� i;h under i i f the I ; lan
111    Ai  least six .mouths'      ilden..
tei
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE.  NO
-   Meets   In  O
third Friday In ���
in.     Visitine   j-.:
invited to attend.
.lames Humphre .
m
in
���- rl men!
(it:
1 - ti   '    .
*   rl]  0.   190
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
_^^^^^^^Bi^i___________V>   !l
chains;   Easl  5    chains;    North    10
-. halns,  inn!'.- or    less, to    shore    of
Huaskin    Lake;    thence    Easl    with
_^^_^^_^^^^^^^^^^, shore line I chains, more or less, to
ty days in a dailj  newspaper publish- j point  of   commencement:   containing
  M	
..     g tract i ' lai I  -:���-.-���   I  In Consi      '   ' ]:-'���'<    "     '     '     ' '  :       ��� '   '���   10
D    -ii    for a  y .: SM-      ���'   ��� men.      " '"'   ni   '''���   "      ���'      ''"   '��� '     '  '���'
lng  ii a pos!     ,"��� i ' n       -     of \m ' ' " "m n     i   i
S.   E.   Arm   Huaskin   Lak. .  .  .oul   S       x"- -''��� ' ��� ������'- "' I   inte I
V.    i u-ner  T.   I.   X...    693 I;     then ��� ���   '" '    '      mile   an [ a   epi       r   ��-.   I
South   i"    chi ins;     Wesl     5  ch iins; ��f K'.   :-' ;l l;      ;'- :- _ vill      . on th.
South i" ..hains. more im '���   - to X. !���:. north b ink ol ba . 'ie- :.. i   160 -
of Turnbull Cove; tl ence Wesl ""'"m   :"  'il'i;"    east;   mon   :
with  shore line 20 chains;   North  1" :"   fndlan   Reserve   line,  thence 'AGO
EOOtl
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
ed at  New Westminster will be
and suffi. lenl . ei vice thereof,
Dated al the Land Registry Offi .
Xew Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, ibis 25th day of April,  \   D.,
1907.
C,   S.   KEITH,
Districl Registrar.
i" acres,  more or less.
D \TKI>  this   19th day  of February
1907.
The    McLAUGHLI
LTD.
By C. R
Mc
Lnughlin
LUMBER   CU,
Pres.. M. D,
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has   been   made  to register Alice  B.
\le I Inn. all.   as    I he    ownel
Simple, under a Tax Sale
th.   Mayor and Treasurer of the Citj
��� ; New Westminster, to Alice B, Mc-
11 bearing date the 16th day of
.i..'11 ior; . \ I*. I: 06, of all and singular
thiit certain pan el . r t rncl of laud
; id pr. tnlsei Itunte, lying and being
In th< City of New W. stminster, In
i , ; o\ ince ot Bril Ish
i rth ila ly   known
To   I..
All persons served with this notice,
!ind those claiming through or under
in     Fee  them,   and   all  persons claiming  any
leeei from i Interesl in tho saiel land by virtue of
any  unregistered  Instrument,  and all
persons claiming any Interesl  In ibe
said   land  by descent, whose title  Is
n ei   r. glstered   under the  provisions
of ib" "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever  estoppe i   an I  debarred   from
setting up anj claim to or In rei
Columbia, j of the sai,; lan I so sold for tax 3 as
ai ���!     de  ; | rovlde I ' y the ' J. in l ll gistry Act."
FORESHORE LEASES.
Notice is hereby given that, 60 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works fora lease of the foreshore
right for booming and milling purposes, comprising the whole of a bay,
given the name of Indepondeni Hay,,,,, ,.������,���<, sr
situated aboul two miles south of the; chains  south
north end of Cost! Island, on tim easl
e b ilns .. mm ..'. - ... ��� Ine o
shore, Hi, n along shore to poinl ol
commencement,
\.>. 27, Comm o ing al posl planl I
about one mlle'and a quarter wesl of
Kiakiata Indian village on north bank
of bay, thence i'i" cbains north, 10
chains    west,   160  chains     south,    to
shore,  then  along  sin.  i oinl   i f
commencement.
No. 28. Commencing al a post planted about one mile and three quarters
west of Kiakiata Bay Indian village,
cui nortii bank of baj'. thence 160
ehains north, -10 chains west, 160
chains south, 3d cliains easl to point
of commencement,
No. 29. Commencing al a posl planted about one half mile oul from mouth
of Kildala river on south bank, thence
40   chains   south,  40   chains west,   sn
40   chains    west,     120
upon and   cultivation of 	
i yeai  tor thn
i_)    if the ... hei  (. r mothi r, ll
father Is d. ceas. 11, of the hom     ���    I
e ��� resides u] on  . farm In Ihe vicinity
oi the lan I ent. i - l for,   tin
ments as to re    |. nee may hi
b,'    such    pei i. a   residing    will
father or mi ther.
i'i    If the    ettler ha i hi    perman
en   residen a mm mlng land .
ed    ;   him In th.  \ Iclnltj . f his home-
.',   the   requirements   a i   to resl-
d. in" may lee' i al Isfled    bj   i -   Idem e
upon the said :   . |
s':\ monl b 'no  i e In wi Ring   I
I ' gl.. a to the   Commi i lon r ol  Da
mini.ui Lands at Ottawa of Intentl m
tn apply fur patent,
('oal lands ma be ; tin I a ad nl $1"
per acre for sofi coal and $20 for an
thraclte. Not mun' than 320 acres
can be acquired by one Individual or
company. Royally al Hie' rale of ten
ce nls per Inn of 2,000 pounds shall  lie
collected nn the gross output.
W. w. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of
terlor.
N. B.���Unauthorized ;
this advertisement will
for.
I. O.  O. F.���AMITY  LODGE, NO
Tin- regular me*
are lie-Id  in  Od
bla stre. t, evei ' ' : 1
at 8 o'clock.    Vlslth
dlally Invited to att.       S Orep
X   G.;   C.  S.   Ki. Im: ' I
Coatham, it. S.; J. W    :,. r>>G_M|
P. 8.;  Alex   Adams,     ���
.. O.  U. W.���FRASER LODGE N*J
���Meetings the flrsl  u    ll
flay   lu    each    month.
brethren cordi til* h      '
Lodge room, A. O. 1
fellows'   block.   . ; '
S. Corrlgan, r"e oi lei.
mnster workman.
POSE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE  M
115,   SONS   OF   ENGLAND, 8. 5-
li*"l Rose Degree i
Fcnirih  Wednesda
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time  and   place'.    V
cordially    Invited,
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COURT BRUNETTE, No.
4099. I'O'M
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ubllcath
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-Meets the Fourth i'i
month at 8 o'clock, iie
hall, Oddfellows' block
brethren are cordially Invited w
tend. .1. ]!. Rushton, C. Bd '���
Maxwell, R, S.
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bank of Kitlmal  Arm, and aboul  twolshot
miles south  from Kildala Arm.
Located April 5th, 1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY,   Locator.       j
FP.ANK VANDALL, Agent.
chains mirth to the shore, then along
le point of commencement.
W,  11. MOODY.
PRANK   VANDALL,
Locators.
Located  April 6th, 1007.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
FAIRBANKS     l),iiJ , N   8nd
Sunday)   ^^"H
^taRfi, at Carcross ..ml wi,;,    u
��S2"��> a ti SfJJSfHj;,
Foi   information ,p|,Iy ,Q ru"
J-   H.   ROGERS,  Tr-iffir-   m
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Vancouver, Q, ,;.       j
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No-8
A. o. F.���Tho regular i|||,',';"":on,i|
this Lodge are held on the &���� 4
and Fourth Taesdkya nl'"'"," .a;
at _ p. m. in tho Oddfellows "^
Visiting Brethren are cordiar
vited to attend.   E. C. Finn. l��
V. P. Maxwell, See.
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THE   ROYAL  TEMPLARS OF
',,,-v Weill
5Loddss
Ited tojj
PERANCE meet"'every Wedng"
at  S o'clock  p.  in.
Hall,   Columbia    streei
Brethren are cordially l"vl,f
tend, Geo. Burr, 3. C.
Sec.
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80N3 OF 8COTLAND_BENEfl|SL��s
SOCIATION, LORD OF THt
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the i-
Third Tuesday of every '!;'!.-;v., I
K.   of   P. Hall.     John    "
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S p.m. on l-'eela,  to insure -  ,���.]
Holy Trlnil ��� ���,... , .,; Rev, a.
Shildrick, rectoi Holy Communion,
8 a.m.; Matins, Sermon 11 a. ra.; S
da5   sch ���  2.30   latechism    i I
^^-^m Sundaj  in month In church, Evensong
I      ������    __���__ service and 5 p.m. excep.
���       W^k ^\ lM'iday.
��� 11 _r^        "oi'v
practl. e em Frid ij after Evensong.
St. Barnabas   Rev  C. W. Houghton
rector���Morning     prayer    and    Hoi.
��� ������ Communion ll a. in,   Evening Prayer,
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Divine   ....  hip  s ,:, lay,   11   a.m, an i
Dm '   '���'���'���'���     S ii la      scho il,    :.'.:, i
{h ii   lay al 7 p.m.
B^ Ollvei   Baptist   church -Rev,  M. L.
|jlT ' on
A JL  y
**J imm      Voung     Peopl meeting
>1   m I.'.     '".I 1 ill.;   ill     i    ;,.;,.   ;     yi) |we M
������   ���������>��� etlng    :   w- Ini . laj   even-
^1' s I* in. The morning ei mon
"'HI bi I.. a n - : ;,... ,,;��� the Presbj -
' ; m, a ; - In the i .ening the pastor will . ; The Church as the
Hous if God." T ie evening sermon
' ill he ii.Howe i h; the "Ordlnan e ol
lh*    Lord's   S i iper."
Q leen's Avenue Meiho I! I ���Rev. W.
H. Sai raclough, B A��� \ astor. Services
'  11  a.:-.i   and 7 p.m.;  Saiel iy school
Iii  le    .'... -     .-    2:30    p.    rn.
��� . v'"'"'   End  Met] . II I    Rev. Mr. Ma
ll] analysis ot the -   ��� - -���-""-��� >] *����� ana 7
, "        , Sunday scho il, 2:30 p.m.
lations   between   __u       -.���:,.!..-.:. - ,.-.. ...
i 1 Phi mas,      -mi      Sun I i*    services,  11
ie man, tne worn- ..m am -.,.   s -:::.   _,.:. 2:3o
. Leag i -. .M. .nl   .. 8 p.m.
ivening si   \ Ice,
St.  Andrew's   P    ���' . terian���Rev.  .1.
S.   I en lerson,   ��� astor.     Sun lay  ser
vices   li a.m.  and 7 p.m.; Sundaj school
Bi  '������      Classes,    2:30    p.     m.
Wesi   Pre     I    I _���r:ev.  T. Ward-
I in    Taj lor,    MA..    Ph D.,    minister.
Sen     is 1 la.:n. an I  7:30  p.m.;   San-
\  school .in.!  :., .." i I iss, _m;u p.m.
Knox   chun h,   Sapperl   i     We\.    D.
McKi nzle,  B A.,  pastor.    Servli es, 11
.   an I  7  ie in.:   Sundaj   school and
Bl le   i lass,   2:30   p.m.;   meeting or
v    !'. s  c   I-:.  Immediate!)   after the
��� ening  sei i .e e,
i.- ipel   Hall,   '.' ner   Sixth   avenue
im '   Ninth  sn     Br* aking    :'   i ea I
. -. Sim I ty nt 11 a.m.; Sun I ���
- '. ..' anl 13 le cl iss, 11 p.m . gospel
11 Ire   . .     :���  . ",  ���   'etin;, We I
j r.esday,  . p.m.
ilees; el li ill, Ti ii li street. Se vie i_
'' -.- ind 7 p :.,.: S in laj sch il al
:   10  p.m.
Lutheran Chun h,  I'>���..  B. A". Sai
stor.    Sei \li i    Sun laj   morning   at
II o'clock,
Blue Mount; In Schi ...   Ho se, N'orth
Road    Rev, Di   SI   irell _ iii
3   p.m.
Salvatl -M    A.- ���    S ei ial     mus    :'
a ting  al   K.  ol   !'.   hall  al   3  p. n ;
Salvation meeting al 7 p.m.   Brigadier
Smeeton, of Vancouver, w 111  I* a I
sen i* i -'.    \'am out   .   -;    A.   baa I
',.   In attendance.   All are- wel. n
s-   Peter's Cathe Iral  I Roman ���':   i
die)    Sun laj M is   at 8 an I 10 a.i
Cat. < hism  al   2 33  p.m.;   Eveuln -. D ���
ii   .7   i.m
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i and the butcher
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omestic problem
practically solved
at
teichenbach
CO., LTD.       I
Meale nml Retail Dealers
Several  large  ple. i in icl  i
m-ere  uotlce i In  tl e C. P. "Ft. fn
sh. el-   vei tei lay I'o      dpi    m     ��� V!
lorla,   from    ' he    S li ui
works.
Subdivision of Lot 46, Block VL, comprising some
of the finest residential sites in the city,  is now
offered for sale exclusively by us. This magnificent property
is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st St. (facing Queen's
Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on 1st St. at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave.
and 1st St., held at $1000); 2 lots on 4th Ave., 42 1-2x120, at
$600 per lot; 4 lots, 521-2x85, $450; 5 lots, $400. Call at
our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
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ORGANS. RANGE3, STOVES,
BUREAUS. EEDSTEADS, ETC.
Rushton & Speck
 Tin	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do aM kinds
of general repairing,
Sign   Man  on   Wheel.
! oi N'ew Westminster.
Coluninla oi.
Phone 275
WHERE TO DSNE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open Al! Nisht
]  i0|   xo. :I  'ii  imm    .- ni.'.i _ lots mi Bth sm between   Bth and
_ii., ,,   ;. : ,, ,,;,;,..    i'M   . $200 cash. .;ili Av.-. on eas! side;  full Bized, 88x tween Sixth avenue and Nanaimo I
v,,    .i    i S6 and 95, 95 faces 132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Pric $1000 for and   between   Uth   and  i.'.th  Btre.
on 8th HVi     ,, ties   to Gunns ranch, both, half cash. Milan.'" easy. Price $325 for both, .-ash
I lots cleared ivithoul a stump; small      ���:���-, lots on con  of 5th Ave. and B)ock -_ Ln.  {.   ., BnbdtviBloaa run-|No' ::' ''    s'","n"''1  H��use*  "i,!l  :,'^:
house,  chicken    house,    iT"    choice Gth sm. S.-W. corner; cleared.    Price n!ng ,���,.,.,, -,,, t0 6th s,    ,.,, ttnd ..,h:    n,l,m' lU'':   ���\~"''s Sl-     $2'50��;   '���
chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash. $1200; half cash, balance In G months Av,, . one ,,���  ,,n tram lini,   $800 for1    "         1'1'"      ,:: : '  li!"''
I   i-l'  house, G  ivoa-s    .nl    flush a! 7 per cen'
1ms. No. nl anl :::'. block 9, be-iNo.  306,���9-roomed  house,  with  bath
and Nanaimo St.,      room, corner ni' Gth and Agnes St.
is. j    Price $4,000; terms V_ cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 -,.
Nn. 30S.���8-roomed  House,  with  baih
.. one; price $1,500 for the two. No.   310,   9-roomed   House  and   bath
closet on ith avenue, one lot from 2nd % acre between    Queen's and 3rd room, Agnes  St   $3,000;   ft  cash,
Btreei on south -Mm fruil trees. Price Ave, on wesl side of 10th; X... 5 and       ^���" l.VR^uver '";"'' *�����1     iMi""'" 3 i""' 6 """"^ ;" ? %'
$1.00;  1-2 oash, terms tor balance al 6, Block is:  132x165 feet; all cleared l.^'luin-' i',!t ,i IbL mice             X"'   312'-8-roomed   House  and   ' lth
r i,er cenl     S  e ol  lo   55x165. md   fenc* I,   Price  $1050;  $550 rush. *    " Sl      s
17 lots, full size, 6th sm. Burnaby, balance In 6 months, os  acres ,,���    Mara   road, Burnaby
easl  Bide,    100 yards  from Cliff Can Knii Blzed lol on Royal avenue, be- $160 an acre   von   A  FEW    DAYS    I   Por  the above  tour  properties a
Factory; soil good,   Price r/nly $1020, tween Fourth and Merrlvale; all clear- oxlv.   One-quarter cash,  balance  1
$350 rash, balance on easj terms.        | ���!. $1,200, ..sun rash land - years al 7 %.
room. Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   M
cash, balance 3 ami ti mus. al 7 ���;.
special price will be made to one pur-
i baser.
McQUARRIE  &   CO.
Telephone   333
Real  Estate Brokers
PROMT   STREET
Telephone   333
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY
MAY 4 .���
TEA!   TEA!!
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We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceylon-
Tea, in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
MANY COMMITTEES
REPORT AT SESSION
Keep tke Flies A way
:i-if^p-pK   T^I: Vv
Roomin.
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Best location in town.
For full particulars apply to
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Rea! Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE i FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   1C5.
SPECIAL OFFER.���A Cook Book with every   Monarch   Range sold  before
tha  15th of May.
The "Stcxy Satisfactory" Range.
"An ab_i.dan.eof hot water,"
savs the Monarch man, is
i m kly obtained and easily
ke pt because of the very large
b. ating surface of the Monarch
I in extension water front. J:
is located" on the left side of e
the fire box and does notinter-_
fere in the least with the per
kct working of the oven."
BRYSON   &   SONS
Hardv are, Monarch Ranges        187 Cc'ttrnbia'S-1.    Tei. 6J
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CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8   A. M.    TO    11   P. M. As Usual
(Continued  fron  Page One.)
tea by the ladies of Si. Andrew's
. hurch, and :. most enjoyable time was
spent.
Evening  Session.
A3 the evening session, the K< v. '.
i I. Glllan submitt. I the reporl ��� n
Young Peoples societies, lei the so-
. ieties und. r this committee, th. re are
635 members. The sum of .117-- was !
: aised during the _ ear.
The Re'v. J. M. Millar, of N'anaim .,
present* d the repoi I    on church
and  work.   The repoi I   was a fai I
review  of the religious  life    of    the
synod.    The home mission repoi    wa ���
given te, the synod's devol ei con; ��� i
��� 1.   II.  Wilson,    interesting addresses
were given, which  wen     -  elete with
��� rsonal expert   ices on the    ;. liting
lini.    The   Rev -    Dr.    Hi rdman
' I iglas, of Providence < 'rei :,. and the
Ri v.   M. J.  Allan of the Cariboo   iis-
taking part.
Morninij Session.
The firsl business before the session  was an ovi ri ire i i abolish   I he
���' Ing  sj stem, on tl
Ing pul tie the vote, it wi - ted "
a   substantial   majorit..    i1   > as    d  -
. id. '  thai   the n. _1   m< eting   of   the
-;��� nod  would be in Sm   I  hi '-  -
Vancouver,   on Wedn. sday,   May   7.
190S.
The adjourned discussion on th.
appointmenl of a foreign mission su-
; erint. ndent was resum. ei. Ther
was read overtures from the Presbytery of Victoria and the synod's foreign mission committee asking for the
I "intmejjt of such an official, i: ..
W. L. Clay moved, and ,T. K. Wrighl
-< conde !. a resolution to adopt an 1
transmit the overtures.
Dr, Taylor opposed th< ap] ilnt-
ment, as did also It' v. J. S.Hend. r-
son, r. Cam-pbell and J. D. Gillman.
The synod refused by a larg ��� m - -
jority    io   adopt    the    overtures.
Overtures from the Presbyter.
Wesl minster and Kamloops ; -
for the appointmenl of a home mission superintendent for the synod,
were read. On motion of Rev. .1. K.
Wrigl ��� and Dr. Campbell the overture was sustaine ' an I ordered ������ ' ���
transmitted.
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Cotton Underwear]
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Screen Doors
and WINDOWS
Doubletrack  Siberian  Road.
Si.   Pete sburg,  M       !    Tl i
mil is ers h s d.   id.
: th.   Sib. i mmi railroad.   The   section fi Ins il      ..iii be
1   ibled   this   v*
Anderson & Lusby
A bsolute A ecu racy
in Dispensing
is a special feature here.
Your doctor knows what
quantities and materials to
put in your prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your doctor orders. Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed by scales
and measures proved accurate by tests.
It is in your health 's interest
to have your prescriptions
filled by us.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
With the approach of warm vveathei      . ... i
demand for Cotton Underwear.   We are fortunate!
in having received during the last few days ournen
Summer stock   and  in handling Wa   on'   '���' ...
wear we have tho'ocsi.   No advance in price over I
last year, despite the fact that every.]
vancing in cost.    See our Saturday ...-;.I
first showing.
Women's Cotton Combinatio is, each 75c, $1.10, L.25-1
Women's White Cotton Vests, each 12 !-_'���. toe,20c
25c, 30c and 40c.
Women's Lisle Vests, long, short or no  le.  - ;, each?!
35c, 40c, 50c, 60c to 90c.
Women's Balbriggan Vests, short or loi
each 65c, 75c and $1.00.
Women's Extra Cut Size Vests, lone', short or nol
sleeves, each 40c.
Women's Black Cotton Vests, no sleeves, each 30c.I
Children's White Cotton  Vests, all sizes, long or
short sleeves, each 15c to 30c.
Many stylos in Light Weight Wool V. sts
- ffer great choice to thosi who dare not wi
���   ��� ie during warm we al!    .
Dc!   Ecund   Over.
VI ;���     ..    The
��� .    ��� Harry Watts   in I    W
iarged wit!
Roper, ended toda.      Wai
-������ I and Dell    i ind .   -
Ellard Slock,
A'ei_-  Westminster
'S.?.p]c   Fa Is   i'i   Danger,
I.���Pores!
��� ��� I " ' .   .  Falls
tl     B. P    nd B  i'
The
tl ��� Inl:: ei ints, 1 e lasl ������ d ��� -
for. . the Vi - 3 w. ni down v, - i
call foi hel B.   Ingh im.    '.
cin! train with apparatus
and volunte*   i left here :    11 o'cl icl
FISHING
TACKLE
Sporting   Goods
Toys. Dolls
W.S. COLLISTER &Co.|
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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The Fii   st and Larp*     Stock of F       tur.      to be 1
1   ."   li aranci      1 .      ill on.   Ovei    '"
New an   ing daily,    Latesl st; li e and b.
W. E. FALE
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FURNITUree    [ MPORIUM
716 and 713 Columbia St.      Fcui   Frees.       Renr Fxt'.r- F .'��� St
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AND
._ FANCY GOODS
"s*8*??**_-_ ^*__r""**^i?if' t j ��s'4^fi'j9r^i>'a*
Street
Full sized lot, street on
three sides, opposite the
Bank of Montreal.
Price $12,500
Terms, $5,000 cash, balance to arrange.
Columbia and
Clarkson Streets
1 lot, double frontage,
66x132ft.; 2 lots with
factory thereon.    Three
lots in all.
Price $12,500.
good terms.
This property is situated
between Bank of Montreal and Guichon Hotel
opposite city market.
ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEWS
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217-219 Columbia St.
w.:em going east
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TO SEND Ve >U OVER
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liiKiit Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
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and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF TAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ide;is
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; tbe most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of;
private compartment car?, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free.,
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking car?.
F< r Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any
further  information  call   on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7_0 Second Avenue, Seattle, .Wash
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11 acres, . town, frame- bouse, barn and
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THOS. R. PEARSOhf, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSU1 i
to raise good stock Is good FEED. We keep the b. I hi I tue
best only Make your chickens lay by giving them good feeil.
Sl engthen your live stock   by   building up  bone  and miiscle*
and   ise C \n.\';:.\\.',
LADIES have you tried the Pastry Flour made by Ihe B
Ml :,:m: Company,   if not Telephone 333 and try It; the result'
o etaln* i   are ex.. Ilent,
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
F.~ONT   STREET.
Telephone
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