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 K, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
cj Phone 85
|Coli"lll,ia
;oliM
].- 9, NUMBEK 168
Whi
ate, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 23
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1901
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ITER FAMINE MAKES
CITY ALDERMAN
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WESTMINSTER PUPILS    DICK BIDE STARTS
MATRICULATE IN EAST      PAPER IN ALBERNI
Royal Gity Girl Wins Dis-, Versatile  Journalist   Treks
Irtage of Precious Fluid Compels Council To Insist
Upon Cessation of Irrigation-Street Sprinkling May
Stop   Many Applications for Sidewalks.
depleted condition of the water   ...-.., , ���:   ...���.,.;,. ,,, claimi , .   be em���
".', '������ "!' ^"'<,i111 :"" ' :-' the city, applying fora posi-
\ ,,,. a regulai meeting    ion ol       .. ngei in N'ew Wi stminster.
.ven)I)!   and on recommendation , be an expert in        li
,'',n',   [Aid, Smith, chairman of    ��� ol recomme ndations. The
���gtel    ,,.,      ���      th<     following  applical    . . .... refi rred ti   thi    ���   ith
ntfon wai        :  mouslj  passi d:      committi ���   for a reporl
the i xtreme dr;. Bea- A- V. Ba rett, western represi ntai .,
",'. , . quantity of water]' ';:' Moaetar> Timi wroti q i I
'.".,, .   _. r of ilu' supply ol   ���::- rateE "" BPace In hii   i iblica  on,
I .-'-���  ;.. lng  dimin-   ",; '      L       ���"- the  a.i.
Ivisahle    thai ''"   '    :       ''   :��  the  citj   ;..   having
be ,     |so that  Irrigatii n   lh*       ���������   ��� ������'-������'  factory siti -  a Ivi i
CMl. .    ,    two eights ,i! ��� ach   '''���'    ��� '��� '       m    isi t<
. rvoirs ma> I avt   !;' '' rri ';"' "nana   comi    lei
:   ip to their capacity. J consideration
jticebas   een given through the      A  Petition signed    by    twenty-
��� :      ���.   water be used for  SaPP'   :   :   " tepayers   as   ���.    or ths
I ...  and Wednesday I construction of a new sidewalk on a
tinction And Is Second On
Pass List.
! ��� results of thi J me matriculations of Universitj oi Toronto hate
ieen published.
Ol 'in four New Westminster Hiih
school pupils who tried the examination for senior matriculation, three
have completed   their   matriculation,
To West Coast To   Edit
Copy On New Sheet.
R, .1. Burde, formerlj news i ditor of
the Colonist, left Victoria on Saturday
evening on the Bteamer Tees for Alberni, where he is starting a newspaper, The first number will appear
August 1. From Nome to 'Frisco,
from   Montreal  to   the  Pacific,   very
he other has passed conditionally, much so in >ictoria, and ever inure  so
���   names  of the successful stud- in  Winnipeg,  Mr.  BurJe Is  well and
ents are as follows:   Elizabeth   Jean favorably known.   His ripe experierfce
l. Idlaw,  who  won    distinction,    and and  his wide acquaintance wiih men
se  nami   is  see   ..    ���  .   the   pasi- and affairs as well as his experience
COLLIERY EXPLOSION KILLS
FOUR HUNDRED MINERS
Disaster In Japan Entombed 470 Workmen ���Fire Adds
Its Horrors to Awful Sufferings of Imprisoned Men
���Only a Handful Escape���Province In Mourning.
Tokyo, July 22.���There was a  fatal liery aj the time of the explosion, and
explosion lasl Saturday in a colliery at are numbered among the victims.
Toyooka,  Bungo  province.    It is  re-     Bungo province is plunged In gloom
ported nearly all of the 470 miners in as  a result ol  the  awful  disaster,
the pit at the time were killed. 	
list,    The onl
student  ahead of her J in the newspaper business
peculiarly
lance
���'������'���'      ' ':    _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^____________________
I,.... .'  Is expected thi I   ��� ' :' ' : ���' ' ��� :������ ;,;'*'!- j ''������'- v-  ' ol '���
Lsui ��� ���-  will  assist    in   giving   :,:'   hall for a distance -      chains was
I: to ���
I: lai -  '������   ii
]:., on   oi   Hie   wati i   de-
i;,,:,- ease using    the     Lreei
Iklei 'he    day.      Mayi r
;, ting tha        irge am -
���   eived
Kir.cj
__^_^_^ I  thai  a   Faculty of Applied Scien
number of new resldei bei i 	
en ed on hi si reel and th tl the
walk was badly neede I. R< fei red i i
rd ol works for a i ep irt.
Jam- e Ti -���.' v applied t< 1 ave a
was certainly used in crossing constructed in fronl of hie,
Ins In "is. and that it " * ; :' " K"'"':' '-"'���
ii.:..   : Idea ... cut down the      Mr' T'-;'*-'  was Siven th��   pi rflege
.      \ll. Johnston con-   ol    "'' "    ' Q�� the crossinJ
,th        ,   amoun(     0{    water|     An   applicaUon   for lhe  use of  the
.Muriel   E.  Dawson, gold   medallist e lit him for such an undertaking and it
��� ei Albert college. Belleville, speaks  well  for  the  prospects of Al-!
Clinton   W.  Ahercrombie, who alsplbernl that  Mr.  Burde has decided  to
won  distinction,  and   whoso name   ifi   locate there.
third on the pass-list. He is  particularly    well    versed in
Maiile Jessie Budge. j British  Columbia affaire, having been
Miss Minnie Olive Carter, wno pass-I engaged in newspaper work in Viced conditionally, j toria, Vancouver and Xew West-
Among the nam is of j ... matricu- minster, for several years in each
. nts is that of Morley L. Smith, an place. Previous to assuming the news
old High school y, who has been i editorship of the Colonist, Mr. Burde j
successful in mRtriculating    into   the j was editor of the Daily Xews. having j
'become associated  with    this    paper
j early last year. He had also been con- |
ii' ' ted  with the  Columbian   for some |
Tokyo, July 22.���(LaterI���It is feared that only about a dozen men will
be rescued alive from the colliery at
Toyooka, where the explosion occurred on Saturday. To add to the hor-
I roi of the accident, the mine has
caught fire, and the miners who are
imprisoned by the cave-in of immense
walls will bave no possible chance of
escape.
The   disaster  is  one  of   the   worst
Mother's Sad Accident.
Vancouver, July 22.���Mrs. Boyle, of
lee.2 Howe street, lies in a precarious
condition al St. Paul's hospital and it
is thought that she must die. Barly
Saturday morning albout 2 o'clock she
went to the children's room to see
that they were snugly tucked in bed
and returning fell over the baliatrade
on the steep stairs onto her back. Dr.
T. J. McKenzie and Munro were hur-
HONORS FCR  MINERS.
Promises   New   Decoration
Sutterranean   Heroes.
con-i lerable time.
which bas ever happened in Japan. I riedly called and upon examination it
No official cause for the accident is I was discovered that her back was
given out, but it is strongly suspected ( broken in the upper lumbar region aud
that il is the work of malcontents, a;that from that point down she is com-
strike having recently taken place in pletely paralyzed. She was conveyed
the colliery. ,0 the hospital, and it is not thought
The owners of the mine, the man- that she can recover. It is supposed
ager, as well as .a large number of the that she struck on the railing leading
other officials, were down in the col- , to the second flight  of stairs.
For
CONDUCTOR   IS   FREE.
I.',. ���    nl ling  was  too  small  to
board  of  tra le  room  on  the <     a n
ri
He pointed out that
' :  thi   25th  inst.. In which to hold a
preets were none'too well sprink-   ' "'"'   '      :'   "  interested in   foot-
lit the     ��� enl   time.    This   |   lnl   bal1- Wi:s received from Ben R
]���:���      ���  water commlttei ; : '   n ' ;' Bl  was granted,
g contained the follow-      '''-'-'���  E-  T'^n  aPPll6d   for  ih"
Lon ion, July 21���King Edward opened a new dock at Cardiff yesterday
which was made necessary by the
gr< atly increased coal trade of the
town. It was named the Queen Alexandra,   lt is claimed to be the largest
Guelph   Man   Sent   Down  fcr   Railway
Wreck Gets a Pardon.
FOUR TOURISTS SEE     SHIPS COLLIDE AND
SIGHTS!   151 LIVES ARE LOST
masonry dock  in  thc    world.    It    is
nearly half a  mile long and  will  ac- ! disobeying   orders   which   resulted   in
commodate the Largest  vessels afloat, ; a  fatal railway accident on the G. T.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     ^^^        so that they  can turn and  leave the j R.,   by which   seven   were  killed  and
HBHBlrattoaB. ' "��� plans for the subdivision  |l0{._.   ........   n]...   ^thcmX     dlstUT.bln^ others    lnjured>   near Gouroek.   Out..
l.lkLeod wrote expressing liis  '    ""   reserve lying between blocks 3   mher vessels whlch  are also dockedjlhas been   released.    The   Minister  of
���*v   the  petition signed   I ���   and   '     "'"'   i:iou,jn- the  mayor  was     T)||  Klng knlghted lhe J/)nl Mayor* Justice granted him a pardon, which
e-e well aa himsell  for  aut^hc :.:��� ���: i.e sign the plan. ,,, Carlff| w   g   Grossman, who is n I reached here at noon yesterdiay.   Soon
Ifli'fcw..
Kingston, July   2i-conductor  r. i rj^j    rp0 gjtka  Mag-Rificeiit' Steamer  Columbia Sinks���
Thompson,   of   Guelph,   sentenced   to!        l _ _. t-,
-Northern Town Will Yet \    Every Woman Passenger
Become Tourist Resort.
the  penitentiary   for  three   years   for
I ���' ������'      tween    Queen's   and
���e' Fi  - Idi walk mi Fourteenl b and Ma
nalmo streets above Sixth avi nue was
Pour New Westminster men returned yesterday from ,a trip to Skagway
and Sitka, and the quartette report a
most enjoyable time on the excursion.
on   the   west   Bid!   oi 'J01' {]]^ ''''���'���' [   ''   stonemasi n.    His Maj< sty in a speech   after two o'clock he walked out a free j The.1. oi were Dr. A. J. Holmes, A. B.
eulogized  the biavery  oi  ������   1 mine'n    man.    He  was heartily  congratulated
I been turned down   uwaio Birera xutc a��m .������ <>�� and  promisej 1o shortly  establish  a
I -n ���!,.��� dangerous con-   :'"""'- '������"���" ����. J. M  rsha I ��� " Na- new clvl] decoration bearing his name
I ,valk, Mr. McLeod asked ' nailno st,M-   she slate<i th'"' " IV  :   !   for "courageous men who in the mines
oa bis release by prison officials and
others.
While in the prison he was a work-
Holmes, C. E. Osborne, and E. L. Webber, the trip being made on the City oi
Seattle.   Speaking of his holiday yes-
Goes Down to Death.
San Francisco, July 22.���ln a collision between the passenger steamship Columbia and the steam schooner
San Pedro off Shelter cove, on the
Mendocino coast, one hundred and
fifty-one passengers lost their lives
Saturday night. Tbe Columbia sank
and lies completely submerged In the
tlon be reconsidi  i . persons had been injured latel;  on the   ;in,,   quarrjeg  of  this   country  vohm-   er  in  the dormitories.    He left    the
���   ived that tho petition ra]k b* tripping over the loose      ^rd3 | tari:y endanger t]       111   i to save the
IWi.ier^B in   ""   walii'     1:w<;'r'
���   ��� lairmaa of thi      ard of works ' :' u reP��rt'
, ,   thal   he  kne^   ..,,,       The reports of the market business
lives  ol <etriers."
prison wearing tbe clothe.; ...  ;ia I on
when  he entered, about  a  tne nth ago.
was not  in proper 1101  ;'"   tnonths of May
'   .   .   I   from   Marki t I D.    ���:
stati cn nt      dowed
re wen  -   bei
itention
CORNWALLS TO BE
:���    ,  . refCTred back to the ��� ������      ,n  sales ''"   '     L        '"���'
|" "I reccnsidei       n
F rfelt       te ri
be n ne"" . from
119,  block 7. on  ���
(Ie' "hit!        bated hi I bi ��� n     ���
:"' ��� ity while clearihi
*:-   : '        ' ���  I  1" have the Sl I
1 is preparing to build
IMr.  Fluinerli'e; also
��� -inn to laj  building
-treet
the fi.
SECOND CHOICE
EVERY LICENSEE
GOES OUI 10 FISH
ti rday    yening, Mr. Webber remarked ' deep waters of Shelter cove.
thai it was the pleasentest trip he had I    Capt.  P.  A.  Doran,  master of the
ever had the pleasure of making, and j Columbia, stayed with his vessel  and
he looked forward to a  repetition of i is among those  lost.    II  is  reported
the enjoyatole time in the near future,   that  every  woman    passenger    went
"We left Seattle about two weeks
ago," remarked Mr. Webber, "and ever
since it has been a constant succession
account    .       inting    to
$1S5.75.   Tl ��� "���     .'   ������ eived and
si      .    ". Lennie, of ti   school President   Henderson   Goes Sockeve Still Scarce, Though j:,;' immease river, land being visible loomed the dan.
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   r*nV, *-w-�� _-.��     On*.      T��,.
boar I.  wrote to the effeel
East To Arrange   Terms
With Tecumsehs.
down with the ship.
The collision occurred at r^j^^g^
when all on board save <Me [Ookout
of pleasant events. The scenery on the ; and officers on lhe hrid^e were asiee,,.
trip to Skagway is simply m. ;rnifitent, .The. Columbia was t:Paming n0rth at
and far surpasses anythlni else 1 have an easy rflte, having left here at noon
ever seen:    It  is just like sailing on \ Saturday.     SuddeTtfy   <-'u'- of  the   top
hull i*f the    Bteam.
cn both sides during nearly the whole | schooner San Pedro, southl:c,"''n��.L evi-
neetini    f the 1 oar I h<   :   a thi  llth.
Inst . .i   ... -  decided to i e coun
cil ti   con strut I a i rossing i n   ' dum-
treet   opposite th    streel   ��� adlng
j-    the Sapperton school   and   also  a
,\:u'r.iooTits\WWWWWWWWWW\^^^t
Some    Fair    Catches    Are'.Mb.  journey.    W��   made the run to
Made-Humpbacks ArriveiKetcllicM from So;i,tle in n* hours'
| thi:-: being I little over the usual tlni'-.
  I We called at  Wrangle, Juneau, Skflg-
While the  average was    something   way> Sitka, and  several ether places.
under forty  per  boat, a   number    ol   A party of us had the pleasure of vis-
-esent one  he will interview the managers cf the   fishing crafts  brought   in from  75 to   it ing the famous Treadwell gold mines,
The Rev. J. S.  Hi -.'���������  n '��� fl
; ide���	
_^^^^^^_ , ���limd grounds, as the pr. ^	
,khT,        - '���'"'   referr< '      lhad  been     insidereJ   unsafe   for  the   n   ims b  Lacrosse team   with a view  90 fish yesterday morning, the result | where  fifteen  hundred  men are em-
|. oact.andthi The     mkm wag referred to I to bringing that lacrosse aggregation j 0f their Sunday nights' labors. Sock-  Ployed every day.      The    machinery
'he work '" ;'   done   ..'.','.',.,..,,,] ,,r n-orks foi a report. t.e this cltj in ord-.' to play a number eyes seemed to be more plentiful than  used there Is the most m  to date ob-
~',,n "r the board of DetIOoil signed '������     ni     0 imbia   of matches   during  the ������ urs 1 of the  at any time before this season, but the, '>':" ''���'- '   -���-'��� '��� & ' scene   of activity to |
provincial exhibition.    Before leaving,   big run is not yet.   When a boat can   b��� SMl11 ;lt (!i" busy center is one not j an effort  to escape fronyhe doomed
vessel, but the time was too short  to
aid the live savers.    The vessel  sank
dently out of her course. wi.''-;;' ~:
were blown and frantic but futile "l-
forts made by the helmsmen of each
vessel to avert the collision. The San
Pedro struck the steamship on tho
port bow, tearing an immense hole in
her side through which the water
rushed in great volume. Alarms
sounded throughout the passenger
shi]i and the terrified passengers
scrambled  from  their  state rooms in
le
write        '   11
(Continued on Paw Three.)
REPORTERS  PROTEST.
I utu,e -       I Board Meetings May
it   Scribes.
I ig ol   ; he  board  1
held lasl evenli
���. cei. Ing applica-
. hers for the po l-
u   di\ li lon three (
ment     ol     Central
'1 a  other   urgi nt
.  twelve  applications;
it owing to the num-
"lianv
irom
I
1
iters.   4%
poi '��� ��� allowed    to .1 ���
' We ai ���   discussing   prlvi Im -
���  the reporter!   tn  . ! iw -
ed in atte nd 1 ur nu etlngs, 1  ..
1.-:-."  - ,1 :   '��� :   .   '   ���
wished 1 '  ���
.    '
Mr.   Henderson  informed    the   News  go out and return within three or four j soon to be forgotten.
that he had twi       '',;- '  '''���   hours  with  about  five hundn l*fish,      "After w<   arrived at Skagway, we
1 '
���
ro lay before the '      ims<     ....
'. oul 1 -��� cur    the    es!     issibl    ten
for New W< stminstt i
hi the evenl of it bein
..me. tn Hi;,. .ti    a.- mi nl with the
.  ' imsehs, Mi   H . state 1 that
:!i" Coi nwealls   woul'    b     thi    nexl
���  oli e,   Thi  Ti   .���. ��� ;; . ggregatii n ;
the fishermen will consider thai they  went up to the summit of the Whit
have witnessed a goo ! run.
The fishermen w ���.-   out In full f 1 e
mi Sunday evi ni.i:      ' he e ai    about
in five minutes.    Shelter cove, where
the ship was lost, is 1711 miles north
2000 licenses  now out, and    judging
from   thi   aura ier    ��� I   fishing    craft,
Pass, an elevation of about 3,000 feet,
from where a splendid view   of   the  ' : San Francisco.
surrounding country can be obtained, j    A 'if(' '";':   was launched    with    a
Down below, in the   old    trail,   the  number of thi  passengers on board.
bleached bones' of hundreds of horses.!    The steamship Roanoke spoke Hie
it   to
That the p ;.. ei i
.bout 800 that took to the stream on     ' ^; -' ���       .   the    K  mdike  rush,! steamshii   Q ,    W.  Elder and the
,,,.. 3tll] to be 1    ���   glisti ning   In the  ,',:i':' nad ' '���'     '    ; ��� Ighty-eighl pas-
., eng      and membi   - of the crew of
"At  Sltkn   we '   1  the privilege of the Columbia  which  were taken   off
���   mining the old    Greek   Orthodox jthe steamship San Pedro.
1 burch,  bu ll  thi n   i.i the early days
recommendations ac-
la  y:ii of ih" applications,
(..le!'1"!'^''       was  not   male.    The
���,, ������ further considi  ���
��nu n1(.
Mi   Peebles then stated that he was
In  favor of having all mei tings   1
tee the pri ss and public, I
reporters entered In such an unceremonious manner, be felt like tui ling
hinted for
the
|Tl���
nexi
m
lee
I'I
''   ��� Jnueie iii  will be made
eoting of the full board.
sysleni, which the
"^emulating   installing  in
,.";" Scn��ol' was again discus:-
PntnlttegJ""' ' wuy' ana   a   i,1M'('i:i!
Ptu.i.1 1V"'   rim",'v appointed to go
.,:"' '"'    h.  details of the sys-
dntl feport to
sHW'iil|
P'fmanpe,
"Phornbui
ln"' news
______! 1 n 1
Dose of ::'':' evening for the
'H'0|.(,', ;'"  I'lo.���.'''dings.
l"i;,p .,  ! '" retire.     Trustee
'8 or 11
loatt e       3 had not been lnvit-
Hj ,,'"    ''    ' l'-< -oil the meeting
' out ;���!' oraer \\ n,,.
II.  Querie,  has  written    to  Manager
ut when the  Keary, of the    provincial    exhibiton,
asking what  terms would  be offi red
^V^^^l^^^^^______________l
;   -cries of games.
^ Much interest is being taken in the
them out ^^^^^^^
the   pressmen  to clear
predate the situation
Sunday nig! I   al    ' e ti a< 1  ������ n having credital ��� wi re at work.
li wai n poi te I lasl evi ning th tl
fishermen aboul the mouth of the rivei
wore catching as high as 100 in some
rases.
satisfied with the report of c ^ and
effort   will  be  made   to  induce
...... ...     were     ���
::"''   are wllUng .0 make  the  trlp^  	
a very lew words.            _____  ^ from tfae fac) th;it the secretary, [ ca8es,  whlIe   the   .,,.;...    ... , .,,,,,.,   of the  lasl   century  by the    Russian i%vas damaged    considerably   forward
The  San  Pedro lost her Stem    anil
(.'I::::: 111 ill   Peck ^^^^^^^^^^^
m[    -j    ara   big games that will be played during
ne  the exhibition, and the players are already  planning how   I bey   will    meet
the next meeting,
ralttee consisted of
md Trustees Peebles
men  dropped  Into
" the  represi nta-
sure you ;iP^^^^^^^^^^_,
told them.    The re por ter.- asked for a
resolution fr  the board   for   their
future guidance, anel they were Informed that the matter would be con-
sidered al the next regular meeting.
The scribes then departed,
the easterners on the field. The lineup for the big game may be strengthened by the addition of some of the
old players who had decided that they
are definitely ont of the game for good
and all, but who are now wavering
-,r.ni considering whether it would not
be advisable to don the red uniform
just once more. Harry Latham find
W. Clifford are likely to figure on the
M   c   Brice, on behalf of the V. V
&   H.  railway, has  posted  an appllca
H   h,   the   ualci- cie-iiiiii sioners ot    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
flee for a record of five Inches of wa-  Hne-up, although at the present time,
ter from an unnamed stream running  neither will admit thai  he intends to
through the N. W. quarter of! section   ���,���
IB, township 10, near Abbotsford.
applied   for   the   water
domestic,  mechanical
purposes.
i'e fty.
One   of  the   local   fish   dealers   remarked yesterday that a large number
sei tiers.    The  interior  decorations  of   Her mainmast was gone And her fore-
this edifice are marvels of beauty, the. mnst sprung; her cargo was gone and
she
most famous  painters  and  artists of}B"�� was '" :' water-logged condition.
...        j.     ,     .    . . , . ���    .1.     the ,i" ' li'-;n<.  honn   pom mi alon oil  to i The Elder towed her to Eureka.    The
of humpbacks bail been caught 111 the   1!le ""���'   lJ" ���in--   '" ' ���'  comm.sioned  to :,_,,, , ,    ,
the past  few days   and    Prepare mural decorations and paint-1 Roanoke  picked  up a  body supposed
ings tor the church.   One picture es-   f0,lje Edward Bulkr r'ml br;;'-ht jl ,:)
pecially, the Madonna  and  Child. at-jth,a cit'V'
tracted our  attention.    The robe.- ol '
river durin
on account of this, he did not anticipate the big run for some time yet,
I   ibe  sockeye'j  and   the  humpbacks  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
do not run together.    In his opinion,   the Madonna are worked in pure gold,
the sockeye will not come up in lar?
numbers until  the  majority
humpbacks  have    gone    1111
spawning grounds.
of
to
a
He
for    general
��� lustrlal
Hugh Youdall. of Vancouver, a former residenl of this city, was in New
Westminster yesterday on business.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ China Ripe fcr Rebellion.
while the Child's garments are made I xew York. July 22.���A letter was
the oul of silver threlad, The picture is received at the headquarters of the
the worth an enormous amount of money. | hmri] of f0|.ejgn missions of the Pres-
"Aniong the other objects of inter- ; byterian church from one of the me.Ii-
est in the church are a number of j oaI missionaries of the board now in
; robes belonging to the priests, the china, describing the conditions
B j most gorgeous being one worked out 1 around Canton.
Vancouver, July 22.���A. B. Woods, of pure gold thread, the gift of the'; According to the writer, Dr. J. M.
manager of the V., W. & Y. railway, I present Czar of Russia to the official- ' gwan_ oniy B leader is necessary for
bas just  received   word  that the rail- ' ing priest a few years ago. L widespread rebellion in that part Of
way commission will sit here on July j     "Within a few years time, I believe | China.     He    says    certainly    before
.'11  to consider several applications of |that   Sitka  will   become one    of  the
Railway Commission to Sit.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ twelve nionths pass a decided change
for branch    line's. | recognized  tourist  resorts or the Pa- j ln government  may  be expected  and
These   applications  were    laid     over   ciflc coast.   It has all the advantages,  whether this is accomplished by force
from tbe last session of the commis-' and  the travelling public  is just Le
the  V.,  W.   &   Y.
sion.
ginning to find it. out."
of  arms or not  is  yet  to  be determined.
'") A'b"���'J"'('."'���' THE   DAILY  XEWS.
What's the
use of
paying more
for clothes
than they
are worth ?
What's the
use of
style, without
service���
of wear
without srood
looks?
What's the
use of
taking-
chances with
any other
Clothing
when
you can
get
"Progress Brand" Clothing'
Look for the Label that typifies progress. ai
H.   L.   de BECK
IN GOOD
COMPANY
TAKE IT EASY
AND   LNJOY  GOOD   MUSIC
t
[
Edison Phonographs, Columbia
AND
Victor Talking Machines
FROM 512.50 AND UP
Records for above.
Thousands of selections to choose from
High Grade Pianos
J. H. TODD'S
NEW WESTMINSTER*
MUSIC HOUSE
SIN i ::.   ���   i R'HEELER & WILSON   SEWING   MACHINE^
SUCCESSFUL PUPILS
I     PASS THEIR EXAMS
New Westminster Makes
Splendid Showing In High
School Entrance Exams.
Victoria. July 22.���The results of the
urban High school entrance examinations have been anounced. The examination is conducted by the provincial authorities, and the papers eare
marked i:i the office of the deput)
minister of education in this city.
Charlotte Armstrong of Golden, B.
C, passed first in tbe province with
a total of 798 marks. A Victoria girl.
Norma W. Spencer, of the South Park
school, passed second with 7.U
marks. Of the 62o candidates throughout the province :J1S passed.
Of the 15 bronze medals annually
awarded by tne governor general ten
were won by girls.
The work generally shows a decided improvement over that of former
yours.
Examination Centres.
Examinations were conducted at
the following centres:
Armstrong: Number of candidates
20;  passed, ti.
C imberlan i: Num' er can ei lates,
1 ���',: passed, 5.
Grand Forks: Number of candi-
el ites,   15;   passed.  1 j.
Kamloops: Number of candidates,
25;  pa-seel. 6.
Kaslo;    Number of eas ii at< -.   13; |
I issi d, 7.
Nanaimo: Number of candidates,
25;  passed, 14.
X- Ison: Number of can 11 late ���. 34;
passe i. 21.
New Westminster: Number of can-
eli lates 51: passed, ll
l: ��������� ���:.��� toke: Numbi r of in ;: I ttes,
22; passed, 16.
R ��s!and: X . .'-��� r o i .. li lates,
20; passed, 14.
Vancouver: Numbi r of i in li lates,
265: passed, 115.
Vi ''. m: Nun er of Candida s, 23;
passed, 12.
VU toria:    Number    of   i   ndidates,
asse l. i:i.
Tutal numbi ; of candi lates, 620;
, assi i. 31S.
The . iss   ;- -   if   i.r  Girls' Ci atral
il, New Wes minsti r, and of th<
C< ntral school,    Nelson, a is     irticn-
Larlj -; atifj lng.
The  lit'' ��� n . ..-    ���   -
donated   by his   exc< gov
ernor gen( ral have been ������������ m by the
follow:;,
Cui    erland:    Ireue M un e.
Goldi o    Cha loti    \. msi    ng.
Gran I Forks: Filancis C. H inning-
ton.
K imloops:  Elwell T. Wall
Kasl i:  Rae Ritchie-.
Ladjimith: Peter T. D. Cle ..
Nanaimo: Alma A, R >���.<. i.
Nelson: James Nicoll.
New Westminstei : Vera B. Ki nn
(Girls').
Revelstoke: Frank Grant.
Rossland:  Li Iii   Di ...   ���:.
Vancou ������ . Hattie Mill:. | M ml
i1:- isanl I
Vi mon        .     ti i B   Ml
VI ��� irla: Norma '.'.' Spen (S >utl
Park.)
'i" e resull so    he Nev.
ster examii is as follows
T ital i        ��� candid '��� -     "���
pa   ed, 42
Boys'   Central:     Num ie     e!   candidates,   19;     pai -��� !     15;     Arl i ,.     R
Cn Ighl in, 7';-;   Wllfri I J.   . :.������ ���
"34;   Hugh  B.   Wilson,   729;    il    E.
Francis Battson, 726;  Ki       C   VI
gov in,    699;     Laurence    Dash ��������� ���-:-
rpi       fi 1* F) 1        C _0 ''' '��� 65-*: John C. Johns, 622;  Ham
I he Canadian Bank or Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E,  WALKER,  President ALEX.   LAIRD,   Genera!   Manager
A GENERAL BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
617;   Henry   H, Turnbull,  611;   !���;��� n-
" neth  B. Casselman,   610;   Arthur    K,
Reserve Fund, $5,000,000   MacDonald,  598;   Thure   Storm,
Alvin W. Sharpe 574; Albert B Watson   562.
Girl r  Centi ii:    \ ���;,,.. andl-
dates, 21; passed, 20: Vera B. Kenny,
7^ i;   Mary Postill, 733;    G trtrud ���  E
-���������-        - Diamond,   719;    Gertrude    Robinson,
FARMERS' BANKING. 6S0; Catherine M. Muir. 661;    Alber-
Every  facility  afforded   Farmers fcr   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes    Una  C   .M'Iiu. 639;   Gertrude   I.   I.nn-
cashed  or taken   for collection. din, 638;   Lily ('.  10.  MacKenzie, 638;
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.    Sigrid M.  E. Johnson, 617;  Elizabeth
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention. A.  Cralk, 615;   Ethel Campbell   606;
M. E. Alberta Kelly. 604; M irl m I.
While. 603; Sellne F. Paw.-. 594; [sa-
'������ I L. Kelly. 594; Mary B. Eastman,
591: Hazel AI. Smith. 590; Olive 0.
Archibald, 589; Laura H, Ai chibal i.
5S4; Merle McKam, 594.
Sapperton:    Number of can 11 Ial  -
1: passed, 0.
CAPITAL $14,400,000,00 Westside:    Number of   candidate .
RESERVE      $11,000,000.00 5;  passed, .".:    William  H. Patterson!
Branchea throughout Canada and New foundland, and  in  London,  England,   688;   Erie  M, King,  571;   El wood  S.
New   Y<>::..  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Gen-    Bent, ."a;.1,
eral Banking Business Tram-sac ted. Agassiz:    Number of cand  la es,  I;
Letters of Credit issued, available wit!, correspondents in al! nirts of tha   passed, 0,
World, Brownsville:  Number of candidates,
Savb.rs  Bank  Department.     Deposits   received in sums of $1 and upwards,    |;   passed,   I.   .anus  A.  Mur      . 677.
and interes: allowed n: :: per cent, per annum  (present rate)  added       st,   Ann's    Com snt:     Num!
four times a year. candidates, 2:   passed,
Total Assets   eve- jifiS.OOei.noo.oo. Mel:,,; id,   683;    Blandine   Bessette,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.   657; Laura I ivery, ".70.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
If the Saving o
Cents
on
the Dol
MEANS ANYTHING TO YOU
FALL IN LINE.
Watches
Clocks
Cut Glass
ilverware
a
t prices unheard of in this city, ancl quite regardless
of cost.   UNBROKEN PRICES BROKEN.
Stem Wind and Set Watches 75c. ��� (See our window).
Brooches, 10c up; Cuff Links, 25c up; Alarm Clocks,
75c up.   (See our window).
All Silverware, half price and less.
8-day Clocks, strikes hour and half hour, $2.50 up.
Nice Fedroom Clocks, $1.50 up.
Remember we are forced to this, as we have to vacate our present store by July 31, and we have
no place to which we can remove our stock.
COME WITH THE CROWD
Goods Sold for cash only, no goods on approval
during Sale.
THE LEADING JEWELER JULY
1907.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
Night Ro
i
HATEK SHORTAGE
MAKES COUNCIL ACT
"   ;   ;'     I fn ra Page One.)
AND
Pyjamas
Men's Night Robes, in choice variety,
cool and roomy for summer wear. Fine
Muslin, soft, yet strong. Some are
plain and others neatly trimmed, with
or without collar. Its quite a trick to
make a good looking, comfortable
Night Robe.
Our Kobes are made by a Night Robe
maker that understands hi.s business
tlvn Highly.
Men's Flannelette Nigh! Robes, - 75c io $1,25
" Muslin Night Robes, - - 75c to $1.50
" ill Wool Night Robes, large sizes, $3.00
" Pyjamas      -      -     ���     $1.50
leys'Pyjamas ��� ��� ��� $1.25
" Flannelette Night Robes,    -  -   75c
HLDeBECK
CLOTHIER AND FURNISHER
streei property owners, many of whom
'���' d on of   one    or    more
' ��� tes, wae. received, asking rm- tie
'���'instruction oi i cement sidewalk on
Columbia stn i ������ COst to be paid
on the local Imp ovement plan.
Tin; foliowig signatures footed tne
Petition: J. li, Mathers, manager of
Dominion Trust Co.. \v. S. Collister.
'��� O. Major, i ��� g, .:. Blackle,
1!. I-. Edmonds, agent for William
Bdraonds, .Malins Coulthard & Co,
agents for Hamley, Douglas, and Guichon estates, R. J. McMenemy, \Y. G.
M Quarrie, L. Gardhouse and E. A.
Greame.
VV. M. Minth irne wroti referring to
the recommen latio:. of the board of
works for ih" construction of new
sidewalks as reporte I In the News lasi
week, and stated that a new walk was
needed b< tween Fifth and Sixth avenues mi Thirteenth streel fully as
badly as between Fourth and Fifth, as
��� is provided foi In las- week's recommendations. Thi letter was referred
to the board of v irks foi consideration.
Coming in re] orts, the finance committee reported    recommending    the
��� yment of the following accounts:
Albert J. Hill   fl33.7o
The Warden of B. C. Pen...    50.1)0
W,  H. Nesbitt     40.00
Total       $22:;.75
The parks committee asked for payment of following accounts:
Archibald   Bros $182.93
if.   Bennett       SS.50
I
Opposite Post Office
New Westminster
I
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SAN ITOL
TOILET REQUISITES
AT
RYALL'S DRUG STORE:
��� ��� ��� * * * * * * * * ** * *
���r*y*b.-*b *b* :* ������ >��� o*A*:,t
|B. C, Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dea.crs in All Kinds ot
Lui��ber.   Uth,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash, Doors,  j
interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc. ;
Fish and Fruit Boxes. J
Urge Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
^tober Alw_,��. in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Total       $271.54
Aid.  Shiles  iei cei ted  verbally    that
Chief Watson, of the fire department,
1 had resumed his duties at    the    fire
hall.
The chairman oi tiie water committee read a lengthy letter from William Stott, superintendent of the wa-
i ter works, in wMYc attention was
called to the presence of electrolysis
in the water mains, an1 to the promise of the B. C. Fleet if company made
months ago to sui ig return wires
along the tram line for the purpose
of returning the current. The superintendent recommended that the com-
\ pany be asked to lay the necessary
return" wires before commencing the
operation of the ustillery road ��*
tension.
He also recommended  that, on  ac
count of the high cost, the request nf
D. D. Bourke to have the city   x ite
service extended ij his reside 1 ������ ���-i
Nineteenth street, be not granvd
Aid.  Smith  moved that the tv cm- '
mendations embodied in the letter --���-
'   adopted,  .and   Al I.   . ardine   s<  oude!
on  condition  that a  clause be a Idi 1!
to the effect that the clerk shoull 1: -
tify   the   B.   C.   Electric  company   to
-   rry oul the w< rk as - iggeste'    Wi
Johnston wished    to   Know    whet'ier |
there  were  any   other   houses   in   tb*
vicinity of Mr, B< urk '- r< sidenci . and
being  answered   in   the   negative   by]
Aid, Smith, he stated  thai  he  would '
like to see Mr. Bourke supjilied with
water  if  it  could   be  arranged.     !':������
motion to a'JopI  thi   superintendent's
recommendations wa< carried without
1 irther discussion,
On motion of Aid, Jardine, seconded
by Aid. Shiles. the !.. 1, ir Lic< nse I: -
law 1S89, and Amendment by-law ii)U~,
was finally pass ��� ���; and   ma le law.
Aid, Jardtae called the Ioard of
works committee's attention to the
dangerous condition of the sidewalk
on the south side of Queen's avemoj
��� ,ve pn Firsl an 1 Second streets, Aid,
Hi nley promise I to In peel the walk
referred to. The mayor and all 11'. *
aldermen were pres ml w Ith the ex ���
ci ption of Al i. Gam tt,
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it   is  necessary to know what we are eating.
4 MORE /
BIG   T"
CIALS
***********************<' ��� �����������������������������������������������������������������
At LEE'S FURNITURE
and Drapery Store
* * ******************** *** ������ ��� 5' ? ��������� ��������������������������������������������
No. 1.
100 yards Swiss Muslin, coin spot,
for sash curtains, 36 inches
wide, regular 25c, for 20c
No. 2.
36 only Purified Cotton Filled Comforters, size 72x72, with good
muslin coverings in various
colors, suitable for camping,
etc., and guaranteed to wash.
Regular $2.50 for $2.00
Regular $2.75 for $2.25
No. 3.
40 only Imperial Oak Centre Tables,
highly polished, size 21x21,with
turned legs and bottom shelf,
regular $2.75, for $1.85.
This is an exceptional bargain.
No. 4.
Is another line of Centre Tables,
size 16x16.  Reg. 1.75, for $1.40
**********************************++���+++���*���**++*
JOHN A. LEE'S
Furniture Emporium
Duponi Block, Columbia Streel, New Westminster
Phone   73
l ltJ0llam%L2i&ZT'
We will sell the balance
oi our stock or
Tenders   for   License   to   Cut   Timber
on Dominion  Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Comissioner of Dominion Lands,
Departmenl Of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No. 525," will be received at
this Department until i? o'clock noon
on Wednesday, the 28th day of August
1907, for a license to cut timber on
Berth Xo. 525, comprising lands situate in the Province of British Columbia, and described as follows:
Timber Berth No. ;>2o, comprising
the North half of section 29, Wes; ot
Mara Lake, the North halt' of sec:, 'it
29, and all section 32 in Township 20,
Range 8, West of the 6th meridian,
containing an area of is:, square miles
more or less.
The berth must be surveyed wit bin
ie year after the date of the notice
awarding  the   berth.
The regulations under which a license will be Issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent iit
Xew Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted check on a chartered
bank in favor of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for a license.
The highest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
Xo tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G. KEYES.
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, June 29th, 1907.
Ten        for Licens*. tc Cl1'. Tl.v,!rer f.n
I        ''.on Lands in tne Provides ui
i       e.j; .    ��� Columbia.
SEALED EXDERS addressed tothe
Commissi::," oi Dominion Lands,
Department oi the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No. 524," will be received
at this Department until 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the 21st day of
August, 1907, for a license to cut timber on Berth No.524, comprising lands
situate in the Province of British Columbia, and described as follows:
Timber Berth No. 524,    comprising
Legal   Subdivision   14   of Section 12,
Township Ce, Range '.', West of the 7th
Meridian,  containing an area   of    40
; acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
; cne year after the date of the notice
awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
offlce of the Crown Timber Agent at
, Xew Westminster. B. C.
Each tender  must   oe kctfonrpanlea'"'
��� Ly an .QC��pj'te:l cheque on a chartered
bank in favotf? fif the Deputy of the
Minister of the Int^'Un', for the amount of the bonus which the1' applicant
I is prepared to pay for a license'. v
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Xo tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, June 25th, 1907.
Tenders    for License to Cut    Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
I
TEA SETS
ways in
At KENNY'S Cafe At 20 Per Cent. Discount
Off P.eg'ular Prices.
oya! City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
R
felC STEAMSHIPS
m|j| MNADIAN PACIFIC BY
pr~2.l__.ANO   FASTES1
HfJESSES*
*JB*RB
|* '���onei
1im���; ">H 0F BRITAIN > 14,500
impress of Ireland;   ions
���Old
/;"e>li..
Couni
ii
�����w   rates     from     the
Reservations   made'
H Baiiing8i
L|N|,.,
Pai .  i]
"r Britain.
July 26th.
ra apply
l^D. GOULET,
C, P, It. Agent.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Crocc,
face, $6.00. watches,  double
Gentlemen a stiver wo.
Chains, Ring*. !��*%����   ,.������
Watch   repairing;    charges
able. .     .
You can rely ui.on Getting thc
Best op Everything.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
��!!ard Block.   New Westminster. B.C
Westminster Iron Works
QENERAL MACHINE AND ENGINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, HKIUUH; and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental Iron Worn, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders nnd correspondence In
rited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BTKEET.
;.ew Westmlnnter. 1*. O. 474.
ADAMS y DEANS
higgle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
^"r:^l!KK^;";'v:v>i;M^H:e::!:"'v:^-e;:-C
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to
the Commissioner ot Dominion Lands,
Department Of the interior, and
marked on the envelope "Tender for
Timber Berth No. 526." will be received at this Department until 12
o'clock noon on Wednesday, the 4th
day of Septembi r, 1907, for a license
'to cut timber on berth No. 5_20, com-
prlslng lands sil ... in the Province
1 :  Britl   i '. and described as
\ follows: ���
Timber   Berth   No.   52ti, comprising
; the   .North    halt of the    South   East
j quarter of   Section uu,   Township 12,
! East of Coast .Meridian, containing a:i
area of Mi acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
��� one year after the date of the notice
awarding the berth. '
The regulations tinier which a license   will be   issued,   also   printed
forms of tei:. r and envelope, may be
obtained a1 ibis Department or at the
I office of the Grown Timber agent at
j N'ew Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
i bank in favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of tbe Interior, for the am-
I ount of  the bonus  which  the appli-
i cant Is prepared to pay for a license.
The   highest   or   any   tender   not
I necessarily accepted.
No tender by telegraph will be en-
lertained.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
secretary.
\ Department of the Interior,
' Ottawa, July 5th, 1907.
.���nAJ'.W
ii, i .iieM.i.ia THE   DAILY   NEWS.
V'.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
Jllees,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A. Paige Manager
attended by many friends of the do- |
parted. The pall bearers were;
Lavergne Adam.-, Stanley Purvis. Roy
Wintemute, Wesley McDonald, Albert Allitt, and George O'Connor, all
of whom are members of the West
End .Methodist Sunday school.
Tbe following friends of the deceased young girl laid flowers on the
coffin:
Factory    department     Royal    City
:_iil!.s,   gates  ajar;   Wesi   Had   Metho-
schol,    crescent.;     Mrs.
Don't be persuaded to use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapest
in the end.
198 W
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 dist  Sunday
cents  per line, brevier  or  nonpareil, j Ross and Mrs. Carrier,    E,    Gooding,
10 cents per line. ; Mrs_ ^   Smither.   Royal  Templars of
For time contracts, special posl
tions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or I Stretch,
ITemperance, Mr.  and    .Mrs.
brother-in-law    and
b.   n.
sister,
fire to avenge the sending over Niagara Falls of an American ship. The
Peel sank without much damage from
the fire, (anil lies among the rocks
forming the river bed, where the Peel
iloclt stil [stands on the south shore
o fthe island. Several years ago parties  succeeded in   raising  the  boat's
Hotel Guests.
Guichon���J. W. Collins, Seattle; G.
D. McKay. Vancouver; H. Crofts, Edmonton; 0 C. Smith and wife. Calgary; Miss !���:. Tweed, Calgary; W. A.
Crane, Toronto; A. P. Devine, Vancouver; It. J. Parsell, Todd's Inlet; L
G. Lindsay and wife, Vancouver.
Windsor���J. O'Hoarn and family,
Olds, Alta.: W. .1. Bain, St. Paul: Duncan B. Neale, Chiiliwack; George
Thompson, Vancouver; E. M Walsh,
Seattle.
THERE ARE ONLY
IEEE OF THE K
deaths,  50c.     Wants,  for sales,  lost  Mr. Gilchrist, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lay- ' anchor, which was recently presenteed
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent, ton   brother-in-law    and   sister    and
iter   word.     No  advertisement taken   P,. ,,        ,   ,,,      ���,.,_,   ,,, . ,,    _
fc.,. i_T<__, n..��� or ���_*���.., .family, wreaths;   Mrs. George Adams,
for less than 25 cents.
���~~~-~���~~������~~~~~~~_~~~~^. i rose;   Miss   Mary   Hutton,     Mis-s     B.
TELEPHONES.
to a New York City Museum.
Day  Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
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TUESDAY,  JULY 23,  1907.
THE OTHER OX.
A lew years ago, when the Dominion
government   granted   licences   for  the
operation   of   fish   traps  in   Juan    de
Fuea   strait,   the  people   of    Victoria
generally highly approved of the measure,    it'  we  remember    rightly,    the   ;\jrs
Colonist   thought it   a  most excellent   |,Mr.
move���certainly it, ivad not  a word to ��� anfj   m,ss Sinithei
say  against  it.    Yet  very strong ob-   ton,   bouquets,
jection was taken all along tho Fraser,! 	
ami the objections were backed by
sound arguments ami undesirable'
facts. It was pointed out that 1 raps ]
had proved destructive and wasteful
appliances, and, further, that the
strain put upon the sockeye run in the
Fraser by the Paget Sound fishing
called for governmenl action to conserve the fish, no! to add to tbe means
ami methods of destruction. Bui nil
these arguments we're waived aside.
Now the' Dominion government has
granted a licence to the Capital City
Held Captive in New York.
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New   York, July 22.���Rescued  from
a suitor, who held her for ransom, '
Olympia Aolverre, a 15-year-old bride, |
recently gained her freedom only to I
find that her husband had vanished.
For days detectives had been scouring the city to find the young girl and
her captor, The other day two detec-
tives sleuthing through Van Ness avenue saw the anguished face of a youn"
woman in a three-slur., bouse near
the corner of that thoroughfare, and,
Hancock street in the Bronx. They
broke their way to ihe room, arrested
Luigi Tenna, ber captor, anil rescued
the girl, who told an extraordinary
story of lier kidnapping.
Last   February,   she  said,   she  was
married to Raphael Tolvcrre the son
'of a Fordham contractor.   The couple
Sealed Package   System. wen|   to live  wiih   her father eat   No.
Chicago, July 21.���The "sealed pack-  2385 Hoffman street.    In    the   same
jage" system of  buying cattle at   the   block  lived Luigi  Tenna,    who    had
j Chicago stockyards  was adopted as a   known her abroael and who had never
compromise at a meeting between rep-  ceased to press his attentions.
resentatives of the Chicago Livestock      "Marry me," she says he told her,
Exchange and the packers yesterday. J "or I will kill both your husband and
; Under   the   agreement   the   packing-   yourself."
, house buyers will make purchases at      when  she  refused,  the  bridge de-
1,1111  '"Wl  :i " ���    The.v will  be given | clared Tenna marshalled seven thugs
to his aid  and one  night  bore her by
Breen, Mr, and Mrs. G. Milton, Mrs.
S, Ii. Fry, Mrs. S. L. Quissey, Miss A.
Perr, Miss Lily Blackburn, Miss C.
Smither, Mr. and Mrs, Brenchley and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Brenchley,
Sunday school class, Mrs. Robt. Cur-
new, Mrs. Geo. Newman, Miss I..
Davis, Mr. and Airs. Geo. Milton and
family, Mr. George O'Connor, Mr. and
Mrs. Purvis and family. Mr. and Mrs.
.1. Insley and family, sprays; lhe
Misses Thomas, anchor; Mrs. Mag-
none, Mrs. T. Hembrougb, Miss I..
Bradner, Mr. ami Mrs. Capt. Ford,
-Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Gordon, Mr, and
I. R. roon. .Miss Kile:; Ceder-
Mrs, and Miss M. LanauJ, Mrs.
.Miss Amelia Hut-
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
LOST���A brooch, with three nuggets.:
Finder please return to  this office
and receive reward.
LOST-Ladies Brooch, between Lytton hotel aud tram office. Finder
j.lease return to Lytton hotel and
receive reward.
30 acres of level land with 1320 foot waterfrontage oil
- jl mile from the bridge, on the Great Northern Railwa|
Price, $8 per foot
ON EASY TERMS.
WANTED���Waitress,   applj
restaurant.
Kenny's !
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EMPLOYMENT AGENCY���We furnish help of all kinds, farm, bush,
saw mill, railroad labor, hotel help,
etc., etc. male or female. 'Write
Canadian Pacific Emplo; m< a' Agcy.
506 Cordova street west Vain ouver.
HOUSE   AND   TWO    LOTS  to   vent,
splendid   location;   corner   site   on
car line, eight minutes    from    post
office.     Apply   P.   A.   Daily   News
office.
Hale &  Lan
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERT,
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335 P. O. Bo< 2|
force away from her
; the   right   to   examination,   but   once
selection having been made and prices
Canning company  to use a  setae in ! agI'oei1 upon' ,lle sale wi" be regard- That was .rune 30.   The
Cowichan  bay.  off the  mouth of the J ed as comP'eted, and any subsequent   was   guarded   by armed
Cowichan river, and the    Colonist    is !losses v'in fa" "l'on the purchasers
squealing like a scalded cat
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The injury of a great industry on the Praser
and the subsequenl attempts to offset
the injury by unjusi discrimination
against working fisherman did not at
all appeal to Its sympathies; but a
step which sonic people fear (that Is
To Raise Historic Craft.
Kingston Ont., duly 21 ���A movement has been started aanong Thousand island residents to form ,a Sir
Roberl Peel Association for the purpose of raising funds to lift the fara-
about as  much  as  can  be said)   may   "!ls  I'i;' of tliat name and  place her
on exhibition on the shore of Welles-J
ley island.   On the uighl of March 33,
1839,  th.' Canadian craft  was  3el   m
injure the chawnce of sport, doncher-
know, on a small river on Vancouver
island ilea; Is a terrible thing, especially as the licentiis include a somewhal prominenl Liberal, and as political capital can be made of the m.n t.
All of which shows heew fondlv tbe
usband's home.
?irl says she
villains da'y
and night. First they demanded rewards; then she says an alternative;
heated pokers were pressed against
her bare feet to torture her into compliance with liis demands.
The girl says that she told them
they might kill her. but could not
force her to  wed  another man.
When finally rescued Olympia could
no: find her husband. She fears he.
loo, has been kidnapped by the conspirators.
FOR   SALE���One  second-hand   range,
suitable for large restaurant, or logging camp, 6ftx3ft.6in.   Apply to Alex
Speck, Second Haul Store, Speck Blk.
Dr. T. Hoggan, M.R.C.V.S., Edinburgh,
Veterinary Surgeon
Having commenced practice iu New
Westmiuster, messages can be left at
D. S. Curtis' Drug Store, Columbia
street; 'Phone 4J, until I have made
my offlce arrangements.
TIMBER LANDS���We .leal exclusive
l.v in timber. Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish t(
buy or sell, see me. E, It. Chan Her
���in; Hastings S'., Vane mver. B.C
100 Cords of Ian Bark Wanted
At  the
rraser River Tannery
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JIHAVEFORSALEI
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* Full sizeel lot on Agnes St  $650
% Corner lot 5th St  $550
��� Lot on 4th ave., near Sth St  S475
��� Cleared lot in Sapperton  $150
! HAVE A LOOK AT OUR LIST
I P. PEEBLES IL
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Highest Cash Price Paid
venerable Colonial
of consistency,
the jewel
"FINAL AND UNALTERABLE."
Tbe  Vlctorl i  Times has . a    timely
article (no, we   an    a >i    punning),
headed as abo.- . ;:   i hich ;e .-.; ow - b
tfjptatie .:.- fr mi d cu in nl    which 'in'
or record wh ii v ���    ���,���        .���   ���., -. ... ���
Insisted on in these cohn
Mr. McBrl le had no iin.  ts   ' .  with
the omission   >    tie  , ��� '. ��� fin .] an 1
unalterable/'  f ���....���.    i, .   |���      :..,     ��� ;i:
no;:' i't.-'Vi.,- th        li parli mien ;    i il
,Kiat he did  (| ed    -ro.  think-
e ��� iul ih'' matter i r ati n lling any
id ii
i do nte:l
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import ince to 11    hav
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iii" commons a' i Iti iw
These   are   lie 1(1   .
hen    n cited   becaus
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go. ��� nmenl ow uershlp (both l< rms
are usi J l, ho .mad it prog        in
ihe old counti     . lei        I to       *
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perts di tailed '.-- report. Dis< ��� on
now mainly I in ������:��� n i he tiuesl. eei of
operal   a;    hould h    ij   "'>>> i n-
ni.aii llrccl ��� (hould t he ��orks,
owm      ey the \.i operate I  a
companii s undi ...    of  Ie ise
or con ract? Thi  .. : nut
ally . nough, ��� .. .'tin    Vnierlcai
experts. The main poi it, how ever, la
ihai  what are called "   ibll        litl
undertakings whii I: are ni (essarllj
more or less monoj ilistic :-. ,m hises
which confer a certain power of taxation upon their holders, ami which
conditions Inevitably rele&se to a gn al
i xtenl ii nol entirely from tin1 restraining possibility of competition-
should not lee allow,-! m become private property; and this point is now
prettj general!..' accepted as an axiom
in political science. True, tbe aci i pi
ance is more theoretical than practical, in Anglo-Saxon countries, so
far; but the tuanslation ot the theorj
into practice is only n matti r of iia:"
ami opportunity
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Another large shipment of WALK-OVER goods
received, opened up and now ready for sale. But to
sell them is an easy matter���they sell themselves.
We have on show the nobbiest of nobby in Oxfords and boots with black
or tan, button or lace in the following leathers: Patent Colt, P'atent Calf, Gun
Metal Calf, Platinum Calf, Chrome Russia Calf and Vici Kid. Jn fact styles and
material to suit anv taste whatsoever.
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A Good Om
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and ele< ���
trie light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMIiMON TRUST COMPAN!
THOS.
REAL ESTATE-
R. PEARSON.
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Manager
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Adal^t^s,  Ce3cl>ratcd  Truss Rod
Studebaker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, Fi n   I
Agents for the J. J. C   ise Threshing Machinery.
IT. J.  TRAPP & CO
Funeral of Jennie Guennapp.
Tin   : :in rai m' lile- 1 ite Jl lini    Gv.'i .1-
napp agi l sixteen years who iii 'il ou
Saturday was held j esti rday afternoon at 2:30 o'cloclt from tli" family
re : ence on Sixth street. The Interment took place ia the Oddfellows'
erth ier;, at Sapperton. Services were
conducted al the li<>e;sc .-me! the grave-
Bide uy the Rev. F. A. Magee of the
Weat Emi Methodisi church and were
We Sell High Grade Shoes
Johnston's
Bib SHOE HOUSE LTD.
Columbia St.
The Sign of thc
Big Electric Boot
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Established 1887 Incorporated l'-",;
Gilley Bros, im
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
WELLINGTON  LUMP  COAL
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUM3ERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   CEMENT.
This   celebrated   Cement   is
Ut ed ley nearly all large contractors in the Province.
R03E3ANK   LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD
NEW   6r:UNSWlCA
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESGED   FACE  DRlCK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY      wi
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PLASTER-
MANTEL
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BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay '
TILE.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN
SANS. CRUSHED  ROCK
Telephones: Office 16, Maita;
122
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peput i>rices down to win your?
lu'e approbation, besides you'll find I
(ie assortment here unequalled��� ���
Ion can't choose better.
Timely Sale of j
[1/JV SHADES
imes for 85c, and $2.00 ones   f
;t entire stock
mitire stock is our own  impc.-t
$1.35, and so on right through
from   eld   London   direct.
|rr/er Hose, sizes 5 tfl IO,
kper pair
la'.-sel double knee, rock  fast aye. very elastic and close fitting
| buoys and girls.    Good value at 35c.  . Sale price 2oc per par.
^Bleached Sheeting, plain,
pc per yard.
po suited? If not this is ycu- suit opportunity,
uvelt) stripe worsted fine tailor-made Suits In
|Alip to (35.00, for $12.75.
iwther Big Clearance of
hsh Skirts, 95c.
M:ended siv ng in the millinery store.    $5.50
r:-'���      ied b> cur own experts,  and pretty
Ps'" ���'������."       ' js, qu.lls or r\2hj   I   -or  th  up
A nice si-owing in our east window.
30   light tweed
th'S     offering.
Hats for $1.50.
ready-to-wear    styles
to $6.50, on sale for
3se during July
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267 and 271 Columbia Slreet, New Westminster.
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7 lots in the west end of the city
for $1700. This is about the
best buy in the way of lots that
is to be found inside the City
Limits today.
Easy Terms can be
these lots.
got
on
MclEOD, MARK
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arm Land Spec..
��    THE DAILY NEWS.
CITY NEWS
Hand Painted China
Mis?   Lilly   le-,.
iI iltini  .'i 'h" i [I.
for
Vancouver
a few days.
'���'������    A ible R ih benbach is spending
a two weeks' holiday n Ashcroft.
delivered by Mr. Chamberlta fr
duty. This exhibit will be tor
days only, Friday und Saturday,
26th and  27th.
e of
two
July
���Mis  lien Hendrj Is In the city
���i '- ���������  lays .en a visit, to friends.
tor
for all kinds of cut flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
Mr,
spendi
Moody
and    Mrs.    L.   B.   Lusby   are
ne. a tew elays camping at Port
Mrs. i). B. Hall, of Chiiliwack. ac- [
companied by hei family, is visiting j
her father, T. li. li itnerly, tor a f sv. '
' i a >:-.
Miss Julia Haarer, ol Manaimo, ar-���
.esterda;        m    Harrison    Hot
��� - . and  i-  visiting Mrs.  William
I 'ii  al   !:���'��� '.so.--  -rreet.
We have made arrangements wiih the Pickard's studios of Chicago, to se I
a representative to New Westminster, to give an exhibit ia our store on
Friday and  Saturday. July 26  and 27.
In this exhibit will be shown hundreds uf the must beautiful specimens of
the art of China Painting ever produced. The color schemes are brilliant.
The gold work is simply exquisite. But the prices are not high. All of Pick-
ard's China possesses a harmonious, satisfying richness that has never been
successfully imitated. The store will be completely filled with the line.
None of the pieces in this exhibit are for sale. But anylK>dy who wishes a
duplicate of any of these pieces can have it painted to order, and delivered
at any time in the future. This will also lie a good opportunity to place
special orders for Pickard's Monogram and White and Gold China.
We will make a very close price on any piece ordered in this way, as we
have no money tied up in special pieces which  are painted to order, and
the  goods    in
stock.
China     In
| stock for our Fall trade, and we are particularly anxious to get an expres-
I sion of opinion from the ladies of our city who are interested in things art-
rancher   arrested     for    betas istlc, as to the merits ot the different decorations.
id   Sunday  evening explained
The usual weekly band concert will
; be given on Wednesday of this week
instead ol un Thursday.    The change
has  been made  because  it  has  been
found   im.n.i'S'Me   for   several   of the
I players to att .ml   Thursday   evening.
The concert vil1 be given on the Al- i can affonl t0 8e" in tnis wa>' cheaper than  where we  carry
| bert Crescent   and in addition to the
j musical ropenolre, a couple of vocal  We are, however, going to put some of Pickard's    hand-pointed
! solos will be given by W. Morris.
ier shops  will  clo3i
of this v.       at 11
at of tl      I ���     irs' .
on   Weel-
ock on
nau ei   ;:ic-
���'���  ���   Mign rn    : ��� ike,   the   talented
mg vocalist   Is  il   ireseni in Milan,
ui suing -   idies.   She will
ai i  in Sunn;   Italy  ; ir so i     con-
erable time,
li is undersl ��� ���. that  X. Silvi   . I ���������
known base   ei: player, will short-
I   rejoin the New  Westmins ei
i 11 team.   Silvei
for New Westmii
of tne si is ���,
The
drunk
to the police yesterday that he had
secure i tho trouble tonic In Chiiliwack, By this assertion, he disperses
a cloud ui suspicion wiiich had been
banging over the heads of the local'
hotelmen, win were suspected bj
some of having sold him the liquor on
the Sabbath day The jaggisl separated from %', in extenuation of the
offense
Fritz .1. Galer anl wife, Of Seattle,
are in the city visiting Mrs. Fred
Eickh ifl and family. Mr. Galer had
not been in New Westminster for the
pasl eighteen years, and finds many
changes since that time. He is connected with lhe fire brigade of Seattle, being attached to Station No, 7.
He says that he cannot recognize the
town, as all the old  landmarks have i
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, THE JEWELER
yed secon I   ias ���   disappeared
ONE OF THE
GREATEST DEMONSTRATIONS
IS NOW GOING ON OF
DURKUS SAL1D DRESSING
By Miss Williams.
Receipe Book given away FREE, at
The Public Supply Stores
GEORGE ADAMS, Prop.
during the early
Col, .1. ('. Whj . ��������� ar len if the pen-
entlary, is said i ie gradually suc-
cumblng to -��� prolonged Illness, and is
uot likely to recover. His condition
was spoken of yesterday as being ex-
ti emi ly grai ���
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neer foi   the   ib N.  R , is having     >
sailing  boa eleas ire e:
si ms,    Th    boai -      lng consti        I
ij   I. and w. Insle.N.   in I is   -\    cte I
��� ��� rea ly I inching             mid-
lle   of this v  el
Frank   Reichi Ufred  1    a   .
en |   K   Fi . ni a ix,   il   Van ouvi  ,   lefl
yesterday  in .. ail for R
���e hei end
The trl i ex     t I      e a va;
sailing cru si mt two w
made eve rision fo      i
menl In the v :-.-..
ii   moonligh   ' N-   irsion I
!' Id      night, undei ispices
o| the Roj   . ;   n   lars oi  fei        ������    .
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fail     The committee ex
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Thirty dollars Tor the sale of cherries off one tree in a city garden is
not bad returns, especially when there
are It other fruit trees in full bearing
in the garden. This garden, 66x150
feet, with a i. room modern house,
stable an.l chicken house, all within
two ; locks if street car can be bought
for $2250. White & Shiles, 260 Columbia sl   et, city. ***
A party of New Westminster young
n en 31 >:;ed out on Sunday in James
Keary's launch, head- I . Boundary
ba ��� ut when rounding the sand
heads'the boat lodged on I bank and
was only released after considerable
Iel iy .md trouble. The boys then decided to return and tie up at Ladner.
and drive to the bay instead. Rigs
.-���- accordingly hired, and the trip
��� s made by land. They also drove
I around to Polnl Roberts. The members of the party were: James Keary.
R. Ei ikh iff, Roj Pears in, T. Briggs.
W. Keary, Frank Major, Irving Beers,
Karl Warrep, E. Munn and E. Savage.
ROYAL CITY   LEADS.
New Westeninster Pupils
Su;;e:sfu!  Stu
Head List of
ents.
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ranch fi n ���
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the polici .....'
.Iclntosh s     irl -  ������ '
men .ef an aboriginal alcohollst yester-
,laj afternoon,       ���    Indian plai es the
lame for h ��� '
ma i, who, he -    [died him with
two bottles ot wl   -'���  ���
The twentj   i iti   service
city and Sappi am lines wes In
augurated ; ������ ti rda: morning ai I
.,���,���,! t0 work satisfactorily. The
quicker transportation, and  the
, I service, is a  greal   boon,  and
was duly  api ree lal
cltj
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Quality and  Price
Whe
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vou want them
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get supplies fur the pantry
ien when you want good
TEA   AND   COFFEE
"i't  you call on the man who makes a Bpecialtj
��� and get value for your money'.'
*onds Tea Co. SIS' '""*"*'
folk  wh ' di b   '-r'-ii'b ovi     '   ���
K. K. lines.
,, Was reported last ev mlng trom
i the line thai th i regular wesl
.ound C. P. K. train, due in Vam tu-
v,.,. about S o'clock last evening, ran
into a man and team of hoi ��� ������
thev were crossing the tnack near
Mlislon city, killing
right, and Injuring
that he died
|ewi ler, h i ���
the PI     it !
the' man so
, u" time lai" '���
badly
Again is the i fficiency of the t< ai h-
Ing sta        the New Westminster public  ������ hools ��� xemplified bj  the returns
of I  e entrance ex tminations just pub-
she I  v. itch gives New Westminst ir,
a long lo.-.:. the hig ; isl : ercentage
i     iccessful sl      nts ol   mj place n
province.   Of tl i toi il number of
v    toria   pupils   ������   a   wrote    on    the
exams 52.1 per cent, passed,  bl 4 per
rem.    of   Vaneom  r pupils    pa a e 1,
��� [le   i\ er S2 per c int.       the candi-
.-. - |     i   N'ew Westminster obtained their certificate of entrance tei the
t scb   el.
It will be seen bj  th ��� ce mplete list
a page 3 that out of 21 students sent
for examination from Vis^ Rogers'
itn,   -11  were  successful,   and   from
Principal  Coatham's  r i im,   IJ  out  .if
-'.   passed.    The West Enl school entered  five as rai. lid ites, and    three
were success! il, an l one was i ntered
I om  the Sa   eerton   n h   il, aud that
��� :. ��� :'  ii.  i.
Om   ��� ���  the me lals    donated   each
by the governor general tor com-
Itl in  was awarded    to    Vera    B.
Kenny, the 12-year-old daughter of J.
;    Kenn; .    She  obtained  ~yi marks
ai of a possible ly-i   Two years ago
mother  of  Mr,    Kenny's    daughters
- . mred  a medal    for    the    showing
which  she made at the entrance examination, and   three  years ago  one
of his sons secured a cup for the best
average    In athletics    In    connection
������. ith the boys' school sports.
In  speaking of the  !>;-''.    standing
tale   n    .y   local   pupils,   a   member  of
the trustee board    stated    yesterday
that the result was very pleasing,
considered that New Westminster hadJS
of the I''-;  te Lchera In British j V|
BOYS'
Knee Pants
Our stock is complete in this line.
TWEEDS, SERGES, CORDUROYS,
Fitting boys from 4 years of age to
15 years of age.
PRICES:
50c, 60c, 75c up to $1.75 the Pair
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Something UniQue is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
CaKe
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE ONLY BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
He i ;���;
K<C<��e��>>>>>>>;:o>>����>^^^
'a.*  _.  y
w. C, Chamherlln, th i
made arrangemi nts with
studios of Chicago, to senl a representative to   New  Westminster    with
5,000 worth of the mosl   ��� i i-
,.;��� the art  of chtaa
some
Colum! : i,
,! *
Notice to Water Consumers g
\. i'ii'-
tied   lol
Consul " 's
tn use Cltj
about
tiful specimens
S2"X rexSltlnhTs store'
Se'!s nothing  In  ^ exhl,h    '   ���   ^Vedne    .
,:������  [f   ou  w.anl  to place    in
now for fall or .Christ.    ���
can have dny   pi
order,    All
Bale,
order
ment, you
h pa'm  '��� ' ���
.,i while this i shiblt :;  >��� '���'   '
an; hereby noti-
Water    for the
and
and   2Ith   Inst ,   bo I
thai the reserve supply tor fire pur-
. rs -   mi.,  be Increased.
By order,
W.  A.  DUNCAN.
City Mail, duly 22, 1907.       City Clerk. .
BRIGHT   DAYS
. SHOW   UP   THE   BARE   SPOTS -
Call and seejoar new lines of FURNITURE.     The best of
woods,   the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,  and
the most reasonable of prices.
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
716 and 713 Columbia St.      Four Floors.      Rear Extension.  Front St.
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iBaOBCfieCfifi'BOOS'OOHK^^
1 i. WLiuoa.utimmvaas^m THE  DAILY  NEWS.
JESDAY.
JULY'
JAP BITES CHUNK
Off STEWARD'S ARM!
Residential New Westmi
Vicious Nipponese Exhibits
Canibalastic Traits When
Frenzied By Drink.
CAMPERS'  NOTICE
WATER WINGS
BATHING CAPS, Reg. 25c.
Fancy 35c.
Take with you cur Mosquito Oil.   Honey and Almond Cream
sunburn, etc.
Can sell you a splendid Hath Towel.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.. Drugs. Sp���ttaclcstSeeds
New Westminster
Second-HandPIANOS
ORGANS.    RANGES,    STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS.  ETC.
Rushton &
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do all kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign  Man on Wheel.
roiurobla St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Offlce. Eighth Street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Vancouver, July 22.���After he had
mutinied on the steamer Cassiar by
violently resisting the captain's or-
ders; after he had bitten two pieces
oul of one of the stewards and finally
after lu luni chased the same steward
wiih a butcher knife, a Japanese stoker was allowed '<> go free this mornin"
by the manager of the I'nion Steam- ,
ship Co. Considering ihe serious na-
Skin Soap tor ture of the stoker's crimes this seems
curious.
The Japanese had been drinking
heavily all during ;';���. time since leaving Vancouver bur had shown no violence until refused the sale of .1 buttle
of whisky by Peter Duncanson, s'.-c-
ond Stewart. Duncanson was bus..
storing awaj empty 1.<. i -; t - Saturday
afternoon when the Japanese ordered
a bottle of whisky which Duncanson
refused him. This so enraged ihe.lap
that he became abusive and was or-
Q I    de:..; below by the captain.   He would
IhjDCCK not -so and ;t took   tne captain a:ili
* three men to carry the ~��� :���;:iriilint: Jap
to the mali room where  he was bound
with rope and locked up.
During the struggle he bit Peter
Duncanson on the lej. ami tore a large
; lece of flesh from the arm.
About six o'clock he was released
from the mail room on the promise 1 ���:'
"The Site of Beautiful Homes.r
The following list carefully compiled to date contains most of the
choicest residential plots in the city for sale.Prices; are most
reasonable. Several lots have fruit.bearing trees. Just the kind
of home you want for comfort. Read our list ot Kanches and
Farm Lands for sale.
Two acres in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
1
Five acres on 10th Ave..
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
One acre, corner of
Mlond and Illl) Streel
and Royal Avenue
$2,500
24 a< :���
front;     12
bouse, lath
���; ch��U
red;
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest resident:...
sites in the city for sale exclusive...
by i:s. This magnificent property is
situated cn the comers of Fourth avi ���
mie, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising!
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing oc
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an i
First street, held a; $1000); two lots
good behavior but bad not been out on Fourth avenue. 42 1-2x120, at $600
long when he went to the galley, per lot; four lots. 52 1-2x85, $45C:
secured a big butcher Knife and chas- five lots. $400. Call at our office en
ed Duncanson all over the boat until Front street and inspect plans.
Duncanson sought refuge on the upper
deck. The Jap was again caught ainl
forced into the mail room where he
was confined the remainder part of
the trip ,an 1 was not released until this
morning. This morning he claimed
not to remdmber anything that had
happened and was let go by the manager of the steamship company without punisbn ��� nt.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenu
nor:b side between First and Secor
streets. No. 5, 6 and 7. Price $4'
each or $1100 for the three.
House 30x42. 4th St., between 4th
and Sth Ave.; 2 singie and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St. Price $3)800:
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
a; 7 ;*r cent.
2'-o storey house, 10 rooms, also
lern improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1  lot Xo. 24  cn 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between 7th and Sth avenues.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, 55^x166, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
tered; w(
chicken  barn   u      fruit \m
kin-Is.    Prici   $3,000.   Term's'
cash, balan ������ ��� '.:
$3,500.   subject   to   10
lease.   . Fine  reE.dence for i
2nd   Street,  eerier Fourth a|
Splendid  locat on,  now rents
$30.00 per month; lease can!
tended if purchaser so desirl
good paying ir   estment, .Tei
be arranged.
Double    tern ; house,
1st and 2n I S Price!
cash half an ; 6 rr.ontbsl
Rents for $10 (
40 acres :. i 14, N'. i.,i
of Tn. 2, about 3 .s from bn
Haworth  road.  E housi
1'2 storey housi flnlffl
other 3 ran bi i] stalrsl
shack;  i;2  acn ..���-: audi
with clover, re.l: I    .. easil i
���    One  mile  from -.. ���   mill.}
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   bath $1,200:.   terms cash, ball
room.  Agnes  St.   $3,000:   '-..   cash, months at 7
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 '.'               Full sized Ic
'and  Sth St.    I". $,1050, hj
No.   312.���S-roomed   House   and   bath  balance at 7 % per   onum.
room,  Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   ',      Westerly
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 '
I
kill!"
r
t '-'���-
bei'
���������
7 lots Xos. Sl to S6 and
a faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch.
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
Block 12 on 12th St, east side; 10
full sized lots. Price $2,500. one-third
cash. bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
:.e  .s<-.
Full  sized let, north  side of Ham
ilton btreet between Sixth and Eighth   chickens
streets: $225.
chicken     house,
horse and rig:
BOOM YOUR BUSINESS BY ADVER
riSfNG IN THE MORNING PAPER.
IHE MISSION LUMBER CO.
NOTICE   OF.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
132x132 corner 10 '������: s^irl
houses drawing J- er rnonthl
$5,000. half cash. . :���-;::   |
months.
160 S.E.  Vi Of ���-'���      '  -
10 acres.partly     ��� Kara'
House corner of    7th St.    and  4th  running throng;.    - |
Ave.;  9 rooms;  2 full sized lots, 66x north   of   Websti
132- ' orchard    of   apples, pears and  mill and P.O. at th i
plums     Price $4,000. $2,000 cash, bal- ber worth $7 per
ance on time at 7 %. < miles    from    !'
12 100 ��� t^rris I'
160 acres less right of way aUiul  -     ��set on iu avenue, one iot rrom ��o      g ]otg corner of ftreet between sth ���ge<j.
acres for railway:  25 acres stumped, street on south side; fruit trees. Price aRd 9th Av���i on 2nd St., side of 2nd     &.w  ,-.,.   Towl . \
$1900;  1-2 cash, terms for balance at  St.. equal to one acre: partly cleared,   railway
7 per cent    Size cf lot 55x165. $500, half cash.     A splendid
and lean too 16x22;   barn 30x32 and  $350 cash, balance on easy terms. J I0' lln i acre clay, hous- |
lean   too  32x14;   granary   10x10;   tw<       L, -, 16j ;: and o,-, of n of 3   p;i,.,.   More exclusive   properties  just   listed  Joyce  station;
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon  5500 for three (er $175 each:  1-2 a sh
-': - :  20x30;  small milk house,  Bmall  balance C months at 7 percent.
orchard, al! kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
.��>3
173    choice
$1500 casn.
1  1-2   house, t'i   rooms    and    flush
: set on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced:
1 1-2 story house 18x2S, lean too 14x2S
e
���1
-
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged '������'��� 7 : er cent.
Fill] sized lot cn Third street,  be
tween Royal ..nd Queens aven;
-. :���. : ��� -v bi tse; $15
e < ist
"v ursion  rat* - to all
'; I,  -���:     ' :   '
: th  an I  10th
:���   nths.
I    nts     isi
Augusi  Sth,
Ti:kets good fo:    u������
Tm    lots    lock    I, lol
$1(
ED. GOL U. I.
C. i-'. k. Agent
New  '.. e^tminstcr.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TC   SEND \'b U -"VER
-THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eteht Trains Every Day :n the Ycir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
t.;e train of fay.e
the   north-western,   ltd.
Ei lies the newest ar.d best ideas
for ���':    RT,   CONVENIENCE
a- LI XURY. I: :> lighted with
I :-    ���       ad   gas;   the   most
'    :^:ei    train    in    the
wor  , equipment   c insists   of
I ��� ��� te otnj ������-:��� nt c irs, standard
:" sect a sleepers, ixnri is timing
cr, reclining . i - cars (seats tree),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking car-.
.   - Time Tables, Folders, or any
further inl  rm ti n call on  or  write
F. VV. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT.
7.'0 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
XOTI<' : is .-"���'.��� _ ��� ��� ��� ai the
rtners beretofon - i sisting betwi -. '. ������ lameron an! Josi b
Mai . Mi i. cai I as "The Miss ��� a
Luml ���: Con ..:..." if thi Distri ( ��� :
Xev,- W< stn Insti r has    een d   -��� . ��� ��� I
���-.:.    as       ��� ;.    29th NOW, THEN. WHAT DO
Of June, 1907.    All   l<   ts     ��� .:.- (    the   YOU   WANT  BETTER  THAN   THIS?
.��� .���  -:.       an   ���     ie paid    to     .by .. res of "i.e best soil, 10 .. res
'���-���   h Cameron of Sa        on       th<   cleared,   rader cultivation;  200:   mg
District    :' \-      .    sti    ist<     .:. I all  ���_     ���������   s, jusi    omencing   to   bear;
s against thi said j ��� .  .-.  ���     - . y-_ storey, 5 rooms;   hen
" '   ' ���     '       ' - ��� ���   hi us< -.    :.   -yrio:  order;     son:e  acn a
planti ' with wheat, c its aud potatoes.
Water from nearbj -ring.     Balance
J2 acre letween Queen's and 3rd
Ave. on west side of 10th; No. 5 and
6, Block 4S;  132x165 feet; all cleared
and   fenced.   Price  S.C5C;  $220 cash,
balance ia 6 n:"n:hs.
with us for saie.
Lot 5, opposite    Kne<x I b
���>. rton, ea.-r side Colun.
car line.   $350 cash.
ODDOr-   chard.    Price Jl!   pel
casb, balanci  In I
across front fa ilng I |
���ch, Sa;>- $700 cash, balance a
Street  on
Full sized lot en Royal avenue,    ���
tv ��� en F urth :.:. . Mei. ivale; aii cleared. $1,200. $800 ���    -.
Ifl  teres in sec.
:.' and alder.   Good soil; good roads.
A; i Ij for full ; artlculars.
Lots ::. 18, 19, 21"'. 21, face on 16th
street and ~'h avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 Ins e lota $200 each. Pri e
$S��C, cash.    Sir   ������     ts at i ish.
:; lots south side of Sex'::  Avenue:
verv light clearing:  60xll5Vi feet on
~ : '  ..;<><���;-. I".   $1050 casi'.
4 lots on Fifth Stree'. 11, 1-'. 13, M,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13.     $350 each, half
Sh, balance C months at T %.
One acre in block 9|
tween ISth and 16th
on Sth Ave. Trice S|
ash. bal. easy.
1-3 c
Large lot and I
lumbia stree', S i    ���
at $1" each.
2 houses corner of   Merrival    and
Acnes;   full  sized  lot;    city  block  31,
Tim be fir ce- i<,! 11: one house rents for $25, the
i !..r Jl"; flush closets and all connected    with    sew ers.      Pric- $3,500.
Cash $2,    I ilu ���   in 6, 12 and is  full  s:ze  lot, t
months at 7 %.
One and one-:, eif
l
N ��� E
tli ber.    Price
ash, balance easy
wi
of    property   easily   cleared.
$ 4 , - c c :     $2;       ash, bal
tit. I 12 n onths.
Pri ���
mce C
���   -  ttli
Dati I at Xew Wesl ninsi     I   s
lay of Jul;    '��� 7
Witni -- JOS. CA MDRON
'   H.  ' IHNS IN     J. M. McDi >N '
"" LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
.' ���'���_:���: N'i iti :: thai ..   Iii ������:��� n   as
l<  ���     egisl     Mai garet R    -
son   - '  - ���   in Fi    Simi
Tax Sale Dei
���   a of th<   Ti t.-:.: :���-     - . ���  $���;���:   : yo?.   A  FEW   DAYS
Sm "'    .      t Robson -.'.v    ,<���.-, iar:er .ash.     ,���   :. ���    :
e the 7t! f Xovei   er, A i     and I    eai    ..'7
ill and singular that cen
���   - :  b  ise, "��� ���        th x
This property is only :; mile f: m
tran;  line.   Over two hundred chi
ens and ducks     uld be sold with tbe
propertj at a snaj.
-   ��� .     A ira   ���:'   '.  Burn
Lots  14  and  15 of  1 cf
Four   and   one-half   acres   between   (cleared.)   Price $500; for'
Seventh   and   Eighth   avenue:   south   cash, balance C months at
si ie cf 1st street    Price $2,500.
Lot 14 on Fifth e venue, sub B, 10
.���  -:    9, $300 cash, u cleared; size
55 fee; by 132 fee:
',    eage on Vancouver road, corni
li '��� .   r..:'..    $/25  per acre.   A
age is selling fast a; this price.
160 a . es,  Westminster ���'.:<': b t,  4
0b, 1    acres i r
������ nd; running   en luiry.
-��� :   \ .2: :��� ime
I Royal avenue and ��� er of Mel
.  ....    F'reet;   9  room-: i
- ���'���     "   cold  water, closet; ���������
I bearig   fruit trees; strei - on I
sides;   fine  view. Prl ���   5'81
cash.
of SuIl :'���  Te wnshlp
6    of     4
ie two, 1-2
��� - cent.
Lot 14 on Sher'jroc'.; .-tre-' of 11 ef
: cleared. Price $275; l-.' cash, balance, 6 months at 7 : er cent.
2 lots on 8th Sv between 5th and
���-. Ave. on east Bide; full sized. 66x
: 12; Xos. b ami 12. Price $1CC3 fcr
both, half cash, Laiance eas.-.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city I m U
:   $60 each   lot.    Fuller  particulars on
-   ���
��� ��� '
Ing and being in the      strlci
of Xew Wesl I ���   P
mbia. i
"   -        . -
i of Xorl     ��� -' Seel
' I, Ti n i isl
. ��� f you are i
conl       '  ���        tn ol     ���       .  ��� :: -
laser witl
late Irs Ion of
notice upon y
register Margaret   Robson,  , ���     wni ���
hereof in fei      Vnd I hereb    d 11  :
ner of Cth and Agni     St    --
e      ise and
���
Pi   ���  S-.CCO: ������     ���    .
���  7
cash.
House,   full   i     I   lot,  on   K-
-��� ������     s     erton;   rents for $10
On    $1,050.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
' '        j daily       ���. - sh<       at    X- w
Nelson & ft. Sbeppard Ry. Co. *m bp
rr ' good  .:���'. I SUfl
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
Seien roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
:        Mission Statioi
nea     a(    I   i
lay; about
Dd    ���:.".:���.���
.. .      r  standin.
6 x 24
made    I he red t :..ber -
mon      12 s \    bance of a lifi
S9.CCC: $4,i   i i ash,   alan ���    I 6
per cent.
x ���      med House, with
rcKN:... A-v -   St.      $2.5CC:    :.
-' .   aisnc4       nd 6 mos. at 7
HOUSE and LOT
enl locate I  in  a  oi'!i;ii::ii;in on-
. tii n;   Thi: i   avi nue, at   :";>t  of
��� ��� et   Two an : ��� ne half-storey
ren rooi  i (recent!   pa exe I -
��� odei n convi nien es;    hot   and
:  v iter,  I ath,  Sui h  closet, lava-
el    trie     Ight;   nice   lawn;   lot
6x132   ��� ��� , lane in rear: part of I >:
���     :���  With fruit trees.    Prie-e $2,750.
.' i, halance arranged.
II    acres on the S    " ri a I, 15 acn s
���    ed;   harn 50 x 30;  sl    les, etc.;
��� Boil   only $30 per ai re, $1,000
il mce e i sr,
Lot facing 2n 1 St.,   ��� tween Ql
and 3rd Ave., second lot 'I
Ave.;    52x122 teet; a I
alongside  n_o ! 1' :      '���'
half cash, balance eas;  at "
One let N'o. 12 cn Royal Avei
third lot frcm Eighth street, $1.
for sale exclusively.
150 acres imj
. r i she Is completi     ���
all  under CUltlvatl  B,  $15,000.
can   handle   th ���
...','���':.       . : '���-"'
160 acres g
.  ..    .    .    ,,  ,       er, neai '
road, $12 ;ier ..
Part of lot 369 ^
about   7-   ai ������ -      i
Half cash,   Jun
2 lots, 20, 21;   No. 20, $170; *
(corner)   $175.     Purl:.en:
stree's.
I   F< r  the e foui
s; eclal price will be made ' ' ,"i'
e haser.
' SJ
v   ' v, 'i - r. P      ���
The  only all  rail  route  between  all  C
points e.ist. west and south to Ross-  11
land. Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern PacVSc and O. K.  -������
& X. C),
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
tdian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
tt*��< ''ii'y for Republic.
BosTet service on trains between
Sj      'nt and  Xelson.
Effective   Sunday,    .November    io,
ipoi.
Leare Day Tram Arrive
C..~o ��m Spokane  ... 715 p.m.
tta$ p.m Rossland   4.10 p.m.
p;o am Nelson  6.45 P^
H. A. JACKSON.
11, ,; -  ISth   lay *    ' ',    v P
! ."'7
C. S.  KEJ     '
Distrii ��� Ri glsl
To Fredri ssell H. Burtoi
\"     rsons bi rved witl      Is 1   ������
a:: I thos   1: imlng thi  agh or uc '
them,  and  all perso::.-  claim ng anj
��� st in the said land 1    ���.   tue of
any   .��������� ; sti red Instrument, and all
��� ��� - - : -    lain Ing any interest in ���
said land by descent, whose tit!.-   s
Dot registered under tho provisions of
:h.>   ;..;��� : Registry Act," sh ill I e fi 1
ever esti -
��� : .:   i]  anj       1   ������   ���.'.-��� eet of
said land -   sold for taxes is pr
vided '.;.  the 'Land R \ sti    Act."
REAL
Telephone   333
BROKERS
Front Street T<*wh���*-
333 ii. -L jLe    1
ll    i__    fl    ��J.
,->*-
REW WESTMINSTER LAM D1ST1HCT
S��^fe
Js's 0F BCruLA-
Itead REGL-
\    HOME
;\s.
Tenders for License r-   :_���   -....,    .
Dominion Landi  li   thi   Pi
British  Colum!.,.,
NOTICE Itlclei    viz boili '��� ' f'"     the so        ������      of Cytffess creek   ihou
��� ... .-,:   g   ,. ten-  three and a half mile   wes   froni 811-
given that thirty der ���   ���-..   ir 1 ' reek, !hf'r" ������������-.��� Henry Grose, o
inten ipp] ���   iti ���������-      eighty    chains,    south    elghl      -.....,. ,	
misstoner of      v "  "    "''���  WPSI  ei-;u'    chains    to  lf.��� ���   to  appl i   timber  license
and Worn permission to I c  mint o   commencemen over the  following
L|��'3.V
SEALED ': ENDE1
Commis8lonei , ,.,,.
Departmenl ol   hi   into da   ,,.
od on the ei ende
in-   Berth No. ElD,'   v.i;
.-����� ^f  at lllis Departmen     und
^^^J section of
,( Ol  OH-' - D e,,l    OJ     ,...   ,,.      , ,,,     ,.
i*"��� tonally at  '",h��� ^    '   '        <
M.cnniprisin^
situate in the Pi
���, . ���  Uandsvtth-
i; sh Colum-
_           .. .          any per-
If"""- a family,
��� -be sole ��� '
Co,:'- -    ��H
H district in^^^^H
land offi��e
land 1*
icjesteade
. a.rry^^a*************a************asssssssssi
described lands, situate
���      ������: .;,.._    . .
'.. . ,i       ,     poSl
'' rn      ibou    21   miles
:'. mt     . ,,-k of
��� IgaHum   rev .-, iv       Klt-
lal ran ilng   as
,;i          ' ������      chains
;i ::!   eai iatns north,
���    aai south,  40
iain
'���      ���   ic ment
lie b^ ���' "
ditions <'onnected
fl'��V���,..      iiowingplans:
Ler one ol w
lh0SR P<^4[\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\^^^_W4,\\_M !���  enters J^^Jmico 40
ke
the land ln ]ie)^,)\^,)\^4t\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\*\\ ^b^1 __^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^tmmU, '2is\^_^^M
and outsidi Ierth 30   Block
,: mother, if tbe   ;    ;" ������ S*
homestead-   nal1
.  vicinity   8e il    im
e   Section 34, Sec-
lion
to the shore, |
I i    ��� .lore
 ���ivince of British P��81
umbia on the   wes   Bidi   a ited at th    ,e igallum
er is required il       Lake and desi '���'     ���                  'ains
_,.    ,         , sout          th    .���'. iul     ���             :,.. fall ini
culUvation
f'lortfcw
Ittoft
I*
1 _mm_mm__mm_^^^^^_
I ..-������������ ��� . be sat.ufled   Mon  35 an    .     tion    .
^loiesme i ^ ^   ^   ���  1(](  6&g| Sectioi ���
e aS -....,,       i       .
the Secti ���-. hi
ii      ,      ind th
-   . ������
: : ���     7tl     Ml : il       ������:
���   1,31
���   ���
.... date of the i
awarding thi
Th^T
������.   ���
per man
.  eand own-
: his home-
,.-   to resi-
...   residence
��� . .-:
���  ��� II
nei oi Do
:..-
: Lntenti n
!,,
away the timbei from [-whole amount of the tender must ac-      2-   Commencing at a post set close ..,     ��� ������. ..,,.,
'cot,, lanv tend '���" ���      '    S'K  !   stake'  th"nr'  M'r' '    '     	
iccompanyin      th     tendi         i .pted     ":"'     wea     '!'"'      cha,ns'    s ' l( l '    ''    ''    corn      th reo     	
��� .     b           Ited i   'h-   pari    tender-  e����nt3  chains, and easi eightj  chains .���, .                           v ,.   ,.
. ....    : -,:        ��� ..ii-,-        point of < mamenceme ictioi   froi    th    S   W. fcorner ol   iu
,,,,.,!.,.     e-     , ,,-    ..,-,n- Commenclng-at a pos   set close  v��y< e id��� north 160 ch li
,,.                 md each cheque ^        ������  ;' N""- '  stake, thence    wesl    eight thena   wesi    is   thei	
.,e             imediatel           is        non-  f'hnins. south fortj   chains,  east  .'ine 160 chaii is   I   chains.
,,    i tendei hundred and sixty chains, 'north forty j    2���Com      it i   *5a    lanted a
The Department does no   blnd lt.'^ains and west eight   chains to, il   | ,   corner  thereoi    and
self e     ....    (owes    ,    in    ten-'01  commencement, abou    I In     ll         aorth
to point; dor                                                             4'   CommencmS ai a post set on tne direction " m   th	
railway   belt   line,  distanl   aiwut   six of surve   ���    ��� ���    195, thence nori
Newspapers  tosertin     thl     id   .rt- mU^ noHh n( ^ n(ir)U    ghon>   .(>,    ,   u ,.     ���,���  sii ,,,.���_   ,	
isement   without   authority   from   the   H;(rri.,,li   ,;���...    thebce    wea(    elghty .. ..   .   chalng thence sOuth 30 i .ail
chains,   north   eighty   chnins,    ea     I > ���   containing 840
eighty chains and south eighty chain mon    i
��� iinl of commencement 3  -Commencln ml ���
5.   Cotrimeticing a       ������-   ~-o' close al   the southeast  corner  theteo   ani
t.   No      stake, thence   west   eighl situate abou    12 i chains distune  I
-  _������,,,.,.   -    . - ,������. ��_/.������ Ti_v_K__r chains, south eightj ehains, east elgh- ivr"  wester]     direction    from    ���
r, ���,      i enaer., for a License to Out Timoer
t>  chains and north eighty chain   ' luth #e            ....
point  of commencement thence north Nl chains   tl	
J, !', THOMPSON. 80  chains   thenci    iout!
New vVestminStei   B, C, 30th Ma     then chains, cont.ai-.ilni     '
1907. acrei   mon   o    '
,  .i   Commenclni   at         iat  planted
Departm m   wil   nd   be paid
F.  OdURDEAU
Deput    Ministei  ol   M irlm
Fisheries
nn-l
:,.. .i post
��� ;; o the
; ��� nei
.0
on Dominion  La-ds in the Province
of British  Columbia.
os
..I--!- west,
i 160
iatns north 1 of i       nen ���������-
���
Sealed Tenders address' t< the
Commissione of Dominion Lands, De-
pa tn d ol thi Interloi an I marked
ou thi envelopi Tends fo Timber
Be tl ���'��� 521," wil bi recel ��� Ihii
De;ei men untl I i 'clocl noon on
": Wedn daj the 24th da o rul 1907,
for ��� ll msi te '-!I tlmbe on ��� '
comprising   ! mds  situate In
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on u    tl        '   ���      come    tin    	
Dominion Lands In the Province of al   tl  corm
British Columbia. lol  195   thence   ��� ��� '���   '!  chains
  '    %" chains thence soutl  I       -
Sl   iLED TENDERS addressed to th< thence wes   80 chains   contatntnj
Commissi      o:    Dominion    Lands, acres more or les
the Province of British  Columbia, to  Department of the Interior, and mark-   ^^^^^ncinu at  a
"..
it   S I
I   . "
..   .
���per ion ol
\: - '��������� -
at Jl      . use p als
forne?    ' '��� ���     envelop     n
::   '     "     '���'" ...... I ���      ���!
e individual or .���.,
S
���   must
$20 for an
:
the East of Cb hall   Creel   at    Lake
41.���Commen In posl   :,���,,   comprising  I   blocl -  des
ie ne irne    ee    .-,,' ,,. ���
itio     fi    13, i 10 i     Ins' fat,
hain       ���        60
;,.. of co    nence
Bio Comprislni
o    .,1   Timbei  Bertl   No 44
tei    : the In
cation
not bi
|l>\D FE7, 3TRY  ACT.
���
Sin
1
- . -     ���   ��� ,.
nl    '
��� : '
-- .
Xo ti
��� erl  . ���
I
��� | :
Deputy o
- ���   . the an
���
Ter.asrs for License tc Curt " mbei  or
Dc.-'.nion Lanas in the Prov nce
Br.t.sh Columbia.
4 he
:         , ���       ., ne ���    ��� .
li      ,,, .      -'          -.
-..   -o chain   ' -;-         as nortl
iinl  oi comn n n
in     fe    16 -             thi
wes loi   No. 42,
chains
..en.   eas -;.' r-
.,   con i
lain    -. ' '    ���      hi
��� ,1- h v       con
thence 4n chains    ���>
���
encemeht.
Re South West iiuart"
2'-,  Township   i'i.   V' ��.     We   	
Timber Berth 471  (being approxima-   Districl     o    thi     ' uti
B_ame ploduC!a  .Mrtherlj'..t0!tel>    i"   north   "'  cl       In Town    Easi i  -'       ���
ship :>.  Range 27, "-      o     thi     6tl    ,!"   North and Wi ���
Meridian,  ' ea   ol   304   S, and all thaii parte   the North Easl
:      D.,    19
-   -
t of N'i w
.,:   ���   of Bri-
SEALED TENDERS addressed
���  -   .
Departmenl
 i ���
���
at this   Di
:   ���   '      en Wl ��� ���    -
'
\" -if ;��� i Berth N     . ' -
��� irth    H
���
n
'
i
'
.    ���
���
'
.      7"i',
40
-1 ���
., , ��� [oi
pl---l
am    ' ���' be   Berth 2~y Blocl      o   '-1".'
loi     ,   Township I   i;;,'!-1      I   Wes
o-     he   6 i   Mer lian     ��� on  lining an
.,-..��� f acres  too ���<    ���   I���
���; iei        -Bounded  on. ;''.   wesl  by
.'   ���..'.  oi    :'- ���-.     :.   Timber
Berth 298 Block l.aud the eas: bound-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tin  ii     Berth  29S     Blocl on the
no   '   h    "' n be    Be   '    !i     Block 2,
' ;:���....;   ���    am   oi    hi   south by
!54 Bloc ontainlnf
ai  s '.-���  ..   7     acres  mo    o    ess
-. '..-i mencing i     '    b -1  I
corm .-   -     T tn ������      ::- ' ;'   "'|V-
Bio hi nce north-eas ���       i    righi
....   . 'Of
h 298 Block!       ���    ���       enci
p.,   '   ��� s      .      angle
74 chi thenci    ���       wi
���....
easti        bo ���    said
���- Block I ace south-east-
ed on the envelopi   "Tende   for Tim north ��� ������        al  ihaii
ber Berth  No. 523," will be  receive distan    li   ���   ho therlj   II
al   -i-i.   Departmenl    '":-;   ;" O'clock 'lie norih it corne   o  lo   195 thence
ooon on  Wednesda     th<   ���'���-���   8a    o       ''    cl i       - uth
:���:     1907, for a Heen i<   '���  cul timl '' :    '' " '"   '        ''   chain    tl ii
on   Berth   No,  523   comprising  lands north 161  chains   Ini  61   ac
li   the Prdvlnci of Tiritlsh CM- more or '���e8S-
umbia, and describei     -; follows
Tlmbe    Berth  No ���" aim
th.-   north-easl b_uartei  ol Section 15,
hi     portion o     the   north-wesl
,.       ..   of Sectioi     ; not covered by
I ENRY  GROSE,
ul     0
. ,��� ���...   .,,. ������   , iei
The   bertl isi       si    eyed within
ear af thi                 ;    nol Ice
hi berth.
The   '���    ' 10ns   'er; le    which  a  II-
Quarte   o    ���-��� '������   3ec1;"   lj'lng
Wesl   of -L     356, Gioup
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
\   i'   ��� o     [n lefea ble   'i':: le
to the
cense will  he    issuee printed   Margreta  Jensen, on the  Huh da
il    ''--���.. unless In    he i
..'..,.,-   thereto
me In wr til      ......
claiming an estate or interest therein,
form- de and envelo ie, may bo
....... ....       ,. ...    ..       thi
e Cr    ���   1   i   ���     > ��� ������
\.     i >. - .     B.c
Bad   '��� i '��� musl   b<   :o-,--. ���
:.���  .... ....... ...,i cheque ���    a chi   ten
���   in favo'u o          Depu
^l^^^^^^^^BaWWWWWWP ��' ��f tne
���
- ... lays
firsl publlcatl ���:.
��� ��� i BhtUl regis-
eielgn as
. hi n ij direct
notice for 1
-
will be g >od
'.hereof.
Registry Offlci
: '��� Ince of B
il April, a  D
S.  KEITH,
��� Registrar
this not) e
.: or under
i aiming  em>
bj virtue ol
ii nt, and all
:.������ rest In the
���^ i: '-������ title  is
provisions
Ae :."  shall   be
debarred  from
��� ��� or In respi
���. for taxes as
. Registry Act."
I xi
-   i .    .
i N ?,   thence    i
Ins west, SO cha h, SO chain*
-    chains so^^^H^^Hbf com-
S
���
of Se tlon 32   e     ���        . :.   ���     . ���
��� ''   '
S
I      cha
i ���
and '.he south-east ^^M^^B
I .-0'.:th to poll
S .      he non
Se
-
S
N'o.       ��� V ���'        i- ���'
ains wea
of  T.   1     N      .'   i .   '���'������
���     w o3_^_J___^_f_\
hpginning, excludins;    therefrom   any
eon of   Ti    ii    Bertl       ,���-,'
witl       he same, ce     lining
-   I
..,....._ I  iv-eint
.-��� . .-,
I    ������ :  < hail ��� PERLEY il. KEYE8,
comer gee retarj
henc*   30 tl     .      ent ol ihe Interior,
iry SO cha Ottawa, May 30th, 1907.
to mgli -���      ''";   	
er Bi -ace
. ,      .'..,.-
.,   ,     of said
.   . ��� .
... tiled    ��� ��� i fi
. . spond
with length i thence
��, . .    .     par illeel    lo
 ins wl
������   ���        o pay foi   	
The highesi or any        ���    noi nec-
..    ,    ���    ...   ted
N      ��� ....       win he en-
LAND REGISTRY  ACT.
Re east portion  162  1 -101 	
thi   fv id lon-al  south  easl   quai ter of
��� ��� tlon    16,   township    24.   When as
of thi  l ss of i ertlflc il	
second  number 1418P, Iss I in the name ee
.....
C    S.  KEITH,
	
Offlci
N'i ������     v\ ',,'���.
���
The      erson  i        .r on     '.n: Ini    if'
���
lowii.    Pltle Dei       ��� to the i
... ......
de 'sis ni
��� '��� ���    3 ited   !' i   Mi'.
fronl "i homas Gi " ���    Greg ion I    ;-"   i
A.   V HI \; LER,
42 I        I t,
Ni "    " :' ��.'..
Soli- ��� '
I
Tenders    for License to Cut    Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province  of  British  Colurhbla,
 SEAl.W    rK\V'-i<
..:>,                           o   com-   Ralp          lale            en filed ln this the Commi sionei ���    '      Inton Lands,
... con lining an area i .. Department    ol    I In     W ���       -1
��� Si. ������������
_^_^_^_^_^_^tj\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\^4t\\m
:Ai-..
-   li Bi rths "SO  2  ���
'   Range 1, Wi a
the " .      . -    -" i
��� . -   .
S Sections 7, 8, the n
hall and I     s   ith-west quarter S
rter Se :l I n
10, the a Si      m 1^;. the i
ai i-wesi quarte   Sei
tion 1" ind son     ea
:. In. ihi  south h ':' an I
, r Sei tlon    v.   i n
those Sections 1,
m 11, and Sei tl in 12,
wesi ���    Bertha 272   n I
Townshl        R mge I, Wesi
also   Sectl in  i.   i
24, and the
ni 27,, Town   .
tin' 7th M
. mmencemi i
ited   M ij   ...   1907
.��� .
\\ II.1.1 \M   M '
t'i: \\!^   VANDALL,
AKent. 1". VAN  IA1 '.
iii.ii e or les.
oi!.. o.   Commencln?
.,   :, jyoin   on
^|j^B_l______________l__________H^_____H___i_______H^_____H^__K',>0
.���  ,-.,   expii ttlon   " one month ,-'"'
V
fr
WW
bhti
oni,
���
ORE   LEASES.
en that, 60 days
��� i apply to the
���in r   of   Land:1
���ef the foreshore
! milling    i-nr-
to a"11 'v1'"1" ,,f ;1 ����>'���
j,.; Independent  Bay,
��� - Bouth of the
pto[i01 'l!' "" n"' ,v,i'
.nd abou:   two
��� lalaArm
DY,   Locator.
J^K VANDALL. Agent
Till  Merld
e ISI    !. ���
easl Seel
Range 2   v'    ' "'
containing
more or lea -
The  ,������
iwardlng ''���      ' th'
The regulations under which a
ense ��
TENDERS    FOR    DERRICK,    SCOW.
BOILER   AND   ENGINE.
IER ised to "7    undi
itgned   il 11 ���  ������     ind marked on tin
I ��� i    ;'. .. ���.
BOII '- ���..      I-e        lUO
Brl ���    : i.   "    '     11
^^B^^__H_______......H..^^Hi
  Timber   Berth   No. 527," will '    ���
the easterly shore of Clielialls Lake, i" j celved  at   this  Department    until    12
��� chaina   southe   ���     fron    no   he    ;   "" ^te of the first publli ���  hei    I   ���,,,,,,   b ,  VVl���,���;���,..    ,,,   ,,,,
���  0t      jd lake;    thehce Boutherlj   i:::'''' :' duplicate 01  the  laid certifl    ,i.,,  ,,, gep| ,��� ,.   L90T, fbi   I II   ti
ilong said easterl;   shore      laki     "���   cate, unless In the maa  valid ob    to cul timber on Berth No; 527, com
���in -i  distance   with  i depth   |cctloh be made td me ii writing
���   e., chains on said ��� i -���  shoi ���   meas g. _  1.1.11 n
red  il  i   h    ingles    lo the gem - i! District Regis I   I Ith a
he iring of - il i ea ��� erl;   -h | lake   i ,,, > Registrj   I ifflce.
New Westminster, B. C, Julj B, 1907
n the ri '""
id di   cribed ns
envelop
of   13,025
,. surveye I   :
date of the
20th  DAY OF   1ULY   I I  i
!   ���   .ring at Vlo
1   and the 	
...   :������:  Ick  with
���   an i othi     i
���education
... ,.:::���
..!���'''
ffldem ' engine, wine'
'vltliiii   elie  block,  coutalulugS	
in acres, more or lea 	
The  berth  must   be buI I  With BEALED   TENDERS    uldri ised   to
11 """ >"' ��   ,!'",; ,;"   '''     "   ""    11 li    '   ied   ar I   md 1    fen
tice   eu irdlng the berth ,,..,    ,,,,    Klenrie   I le   m i    Cnlgai
fhe   regulations undei   which a  " Uta   Publlb _3tilldliigi" wlll be recel
i.   ��� will   ���"   Issued,   also   printed - ���  o this olHce until Frlda     Vugu I
mniB of '��� : attd envel    maj be 19U7   Inoluslvelj    ��������� construe
���   eiei".i ai this i rlmenl oi al th" Hon ol an electric ele atoi al the Cal-
nlflce 'if lhe Crown Tlmbe    tgenl lit gary, Mta.i Public Bulldine,
\ew Westminster, B. C. piana   tendeHag   ate   hotiUed   that
i-:ieii  i"':     miisi   be Bccompanied tettd��ra will Bdl be conald I unless
lij nn aci   pted cheque on a chartered signed with their acttial Slfrtatures.
'" ''' " "  "f tbe bep H    "r the i .,,;, i,.���.|,,,   ���,,,..,   (,e  npanl a
Minister o' the Interior, for the ani-.,,. .,., accepted ebeqtie on a bharti  ��� I
, n|  ol    the bonus &hloh the appll bank, idade payable lb the brdei   -
csnl :- prepared to pay for a license. ..,,. n motii'ttble ihe sllhlsl ���;��� 0i P
Nn 'end';- by telegraph will he eu- Works, eqiidi td tell n"r bfiftt. (10 p.c.)
prising lands sltuati
I liii'i-.li i ������I'lvi' iaj	
follows:
Timbei   Bei-b. No, 527, ��� im eing
nt the Wesl end of the mo il Northerly boundai il rimbi r Berth 290;
thenci   Baal    iloi        I    S ���' th b ��� n '
���ir>  ol   '   Berth 290   " I ������ hain
ti  |e      to the         lary ot
1 Imbei    Berth    378;    thi a    SI
along said   ' i it b mti larj  of  I;'
Berth 878, 120 chain    i
the shore of Pitl  dak       '��� ��� I
2d   chains,   more   ot   I i   iftnal
length ni'   South    bou   larj
Simtii   12" dre leas,    to
poini of commencemenl co italnlng
nn area   'r' 240 acres, more or less
The berth must be surveyed within
one your after iho date of the n
awarding the berth.
The regulations  uti i r tfhlch a license    will bo    Issued, aho    print' '
hi   Issued,    also prlnteu, ""���. kt^Kt,.a rI.,irns an,\ twj   tertained.   The highest or nuy tender   0f  the attibutil   or  the tehder,   which   foni|S 0, ,������,���.. ;l.,,, ���,1,(,|��,l,e, may be
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forms ol   ��� and enveii
lope, may be
D   lartmenl o
iwn Timber Agent  r
.. B, C.
be accompanied
inn*;
|rft MORNING PAPER
THE NEWS
FIRS!
TELLS
obtaim d ni
OfflCe   elf
New We I
EftCh ^.fiod eiieque on a chartered
byanaci     ' ;
bank in b; -     .       ,    ,
Minister ol l
Is prepared to
Thehighe     '   iw      '
,     ,  ll3   ;e.       ' . .
NO   I-i! le
tertained
^tthead-   :������    ��� tabula, ot Be essarllj  accepted.
ie power ca PBRLfit Q. MtSB.
,   .-,.,  ���     ��� Becretar,
,;, i ,,   , tmenl of the interior.
^^ ;^-\Mssss\\\\\\\\\\\\\ssssssssssssssssssmr   ottawa    Apr|1  24th|   J9���7.
-elans ot ' ���       obtained
.,..���-���    . ���"   it I   ���'--'���'
'  1��.   ��t
-     '. ir.r.o:. it,   find
\...W   Wes-iii'n-
...     ., ...   furnish     p-an<   *1
,������!   mei engtaas ett��r��i, and
NOTICE.
T.il;e notice that, Ihlrtj days alter
lata l Intend to make application to
��� Chief Commissioner of Lauds.and
Works for n license to cut ami carry
:
im;i:i.I'-'  ''
v
ma   uu, =i0-���,Z~~~.,~ma iJawav tlmbef from tho following des-
,:; ,y:::mb2bC..i.-.,i  **��.-������ -
Dei)
ujartmeni of the tot.
���
orate-1 md
. : ires ar-
, tu inster dl   rlct,
1.   Con    ��� '   b.ig at.
a  post  set  on
win l.e fnrfpltwl If the party tender
Ing decline to out'-'   im ��� a contract
when  called  iiiiiin   to  elo  BO, Ot  if  he
fall io complete the work contracted
, for.   If the tender he not accepted the
Cheque wlll be returned.
i    The. Department does nol hind itself
t'i accept  the lowest or any lender.
By order,
l''!.i:i.>. OBHNA8,
Secretary.
.���    rtmenl t>{ Pul II   Wp Us,
(.|t..\v:i, July   I,   '''"7.
Newspapers will nol be paid for this
'Vl',', ���; semen!   If  tie..1   Itise>rt   It wlth-
oul authority from V, e Department.
obtained al this bepartmenl or a
,  of thi   'It '������ n fimhe ���  igon
New Westminster, B, C.
Each   tender  must   be imi 'ii1' 1
by nn accepted eheriue o:i a chartered
, hunk in favor of : i i D ipul | of the
Minister of the Interior, fur the amount of the bonus whi :h the aflt.ll! u '
i-s prepared to pay for n lleeh   .
The highest or any ten ler not hec-
eessarlly accepts I.
N.i trailer by telegraph will be enter: lined.
PERLEY G. NKV'S
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,        ,
Ottawa, July 5th, 1907. THE   DAILY  NEWS.,
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I   FIVE ACRES   I
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Good  frail   land,  four miles from Westminster on gtcel road, 2
ed; an ideal fruil and chicken ranch.
PRICE $400
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rerms $li    cash, balance $15. per month.   For sale exclusively by *
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W. y. KERR
Fire   and   life   insurance  agent,   Real  Estate  Broker
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��� 276-278 Columbia St. Westminster,B.C.
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Phone  170    .
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Here's Your Chance
Three-fifths acres on the upper side of Sixth Ave.
between Moody Square and the 12th street tram
line; streets on three sides.
PRICE $1 500 ON TERMS.
This lot, long desired by many investors, has just
come into the market. It has a beautiful situation, with a frontage of 99 ft. on the avenue. It
lends itself to profitable subdivision. Don't delay
if you wish to own it.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ad
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
BRIGHTEN
YOUR HOME
BY USING
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
12" Agents  fcr   "KLEENO" 1:*
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Tissue Paper
Paper Napkins
Chinese Lanterns
Fans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives
AT
J.J. MACKAY y COS
BOOKSELLERS       STATIONERS
and XEWS DEALERS
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I Electric Railway Service 1
Intrigue in  Korea.
Tokyo, .J:,:.. 22.���Telegrams from
Seoul state intrigue od an extens:-. ���
scale are in . n - ��� ss. It is declared
the paiacf now'is a hotbed of intrigue. The enthronement of the new
emperor has aggravated the jealous
between his mother Princess Mini:,
and the !_,"*:.������ <: Prince Ying, and
each has a largi : .. wing. This Bl -.'���
of affairs ic I ken advantage of bv
I  >:::icians who   Ustrust each other.
Dissatisfaction is spreading ra; i 11}
anei rioting- thn igh the peninsuli ari
apprehend-. I.
Ir is reporte I from Seoul the retin
emperor refused at first to acK:> ���
elge   his complete    non-interferenc?
with   the  new  administration,  insisting the new emperor was  only    his
proxy.    He  was  prevailed    upon    to
withdraw   from   this   position and   I
consent to the inauguration of a new
epoch wiih . r.- w name in accord .
with usage.
Pak Von Ho has been reappointed
household mini.-'- I
Yito Choi, chief chamberlain, has
been arrested, with the approval of
the new emperor, on suspicion of inciting riot.
y>>��;��XO��7<��7��>;*7*7<*����-*-*;,^
Fifty Men  Suffocated.
Rome, Julj 22���Fifty workmen an
reported to  ba ������   . een ��� .::���- ate I
the res ill -1     fire in a ��� ilpbur mine
in Girgentl, Sicil t.
Ware
We have just opened up a nice
line   of   ALUMINUM   <>OODS,
���   . .
img-
Preserving Hetties
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc, Etc.
J'' These foods are fivinp
splendid satisfaction, and we
recommend  them.
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver and    way
Stations   will   run  every half-
hour from 6:50 a. in. to 11 :::"
p, in.
cars leave tne depot 1 vi ry
i' twenty minutes for both Sap-
<>   perton and city limits over the
< 1    ib v line'.
< 1
City Line:    Cars leave tram
< ���
office nn the hour, twenty mi:1- *
utes after and forty minutes af- *
iei-, commencing at c,:2n a. m. *
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave J
al   |i n   mil!uti .- after  the   hour,
half pasl ;in 1 fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing ai  6:30
a.   in,
Sunday Service hair-fiourly iie- ���
tween 8.80 a.m. and 11 [i.m. }
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J! British Columbia.EIccCrJc Ry. Co.,Ltd ���
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A - ���' len ; ty, indf 1 thi auspices,
of the Ladies Ai I <���.'. the Wi st ._:.
.Methodist church, will bt. held at
Mcxidy Srjuare this afternoon an!
evening. Miss L. Davis is the president of the society, while Mrs. Con-
noly is th< secretary, and both these
ladies have been devoting considerable
time to preparing for the social during
the past week. There will be an abundance of good things I eat, whi
sports of all kin Is will also be indulged in The big feature of the , .
casion wi'l ���. ������ the baseball match between the :narri( I men of ihe congregation, and the single men. The
ladies wh, : :, fix their name with Mrs.
will root for their <,-;.���: leaves, while
the Misses wi :-.���:���.-:��� a q >ise like a
fan for the    ::: ,,. .    ,....    lraging tl ���
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I y LUSBY I
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For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T. Davies it-
Son, B 20S.
Buffet Cars.
Buffet parlor cars are now attar:., d
to the G. X. R. trains leaving New
Westminst--: at 9:20 a. m. and 3 p.m.
daily for Seattle. The convenience of
the public is studied in every way on
all G. N.R. train-, be;- particular comfort is to be had on the buffet car
trains *����
KEEP YOUR
VALUABLE
PAPERS
IN A
Safe Deposit
  BOX	
IN THE,
Fire - Proof Vaults
OF
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT CO'Y, Ltd.
Paid up Capital, S 100.000
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
IT'S  THE
LITTLE THINGS
that, forgotten, make life
miserable when camping
LIME JUICE for the thirsty
LEMONADE
TOOTH POWDER for
cleanliness
SOAP for  cleanliness
SPIRIT KETTLES for
speedily making hot water
HAIR BRUSHES
POCKET    CORKSCREWS
Etc., Etc.
To those who cannot swim ���Our
Water Wings will support a
person weighing 250 lbs. as easily as
a 11.. of 50 lbs. By the use of them
you can get twice as much fun out
of your morning dip.
See Our Window For Camping
Requisites
T. A. MUIR
THE DRKililST
Columbia St.
New Stock Patterns
- OF -
*   Heal i .-tati' agrei ments of
.���-.���ill- purchased nn short notice
Ihe Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., im.
Bl ACKIE III OCK
F. J. HART, Manager
JUST OPENED
 AT	
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Second-Hand PIANOS Ais�� i iot f ���vci ihir*in china-
.suitable for wedding gifts.
ORGANS, RANGES, STOVES.
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS, ETC.
Westminster
Rushton & Speck Transfer Co.
 The	
ittle* 'Phone Jk*.      warn roone 13V
SECOND-HAND     STORE Columbia Bt
We also do all kinds
of   general   repairing,
Siijn  Man on  Wheel.
umbia St. New
Phone 275
Baggage delivered    promptly to toy
part of the city.
Westminster light and Heavy Hauling
Off I ill>���Tram  Deput
LOWEST PRICE)
ON SUNSHADE
. is lots   il Bunshlne ah<  d yel
Womi n's S msh i les will pn re  w. li   .-,
We reduce th..- price ol everj  Parasol in st<
S        ii small show window :  i  oni   Sped
$ 1.50 Each
n this lol will be found th�� bulk of oui ,
��� ��� ection .ii colors, sucl ���   grej     row i
and white, white with i ed borde
Ices are from fl 7:, i . $3.00.   v
Each $1.50.
W.S.C0I1ISTER&CI
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
Ladies, Win]
$15���or���$10[
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER  TWO   PRIZES - First. $15;   second.  SH    I -
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the  forthc<er..;'r;_'   I -
vincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR -  IMPERIAL!
No entrance fee needed-all that is necessary is thai thi
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New   Westminster.
Te'ep'-cre 333
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN|YOU  BANK! WITH
    The =
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER       45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four time
a year nn Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,   Manager.
B U ML ETIN *m*���4
Great Northern Railway!
$60
ST. PAUL 10 MINNEAPOLIS
ANI) KETURN
Tickets on sale Aug. 8,9, 10, Sept. tl, IL', 13 acct. Jamesl
Exposition,    Return  Limit, .Ninety Days.
Above rate Ib from New Westminster;    $i;o   from   *'-
Same rates apply to Duluthj proportionately low rates i- ^
Washington and Oregon imi.iis   Kate u>   Chicago:    $"!���'
from New Westminster, $64.00 from Spokane, $7i.""' i>-"
Seattle.   Low rates to Omaha, Kansas City, St, Louis, and
many other eastern points
I'UH A COMiFORTABLE THU' TAKE THE
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
Standard and tourist sleepers, dining cars and Combination
Observations car. Meals In dining car on the fl Ifl cflr"
plan,    The "FAST MAIL" Is .another good  train.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
W, A. ROSS, Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle, Wash,

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