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 (hite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
lP, four. PHONE 85
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
SEE  PAGE FOUR. PHONE  85
Voi
LUME 2, NUMBER 126
: '    .-i ER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY
907,
10 CENTS PER WEEK
\ILEGED TRAITORS
SEIZED AND SHOT
- '. SER.  Lfi iVRENCE.
STEWART   FARMER   RETURNS.
���   Wedding _t Queen's A.'.-    Bad    >'��� nter    Makes    Cayuses    Fetch
nu.   ''������--.���; si  Church, High Prices.
".  Farmer,
MANIAC TORTURES
SIGHTLESS VICTIM
-.   thi
I   Reused of Selling Their Country Executed Without
Ceremony After Being Taken  Away From Ship
On Which They Hoped to Escape
To Safety.
���
arrived yeste I    a   Cllntoi
ii   i m; [boo ��� ere   he    has
��� ��� a sini ������ lai t Septei    ���
M    !".   -...- r, who m  -    een rum
������    pack  train oi    Vsh*
���
ttl*
in
'
May 29.���Steamship    ���    ���
,    arrived    last    nighl
.   .1 -'Ml'.    '
i, bj execution i
,.,l   \|.  BonlUa, all*   ed      Thei
ee h    ��� ere taken       . -   ���
the Cltj  of Syd    i
i   .      i.M MM.    seen     ,.       ' !, i
of Salvadi     P :   ,
e |tj  of Sj dnej  be-
erisoners   '.ve n
���a,'i-i' taken ashore. i. ���
formerly  private sec-    ���
leroa, possi ssed of
rets  of the aeliniiiisira-     I cu
.. n of Bonilla. They
.. tting oul  of Salva   ���
age eai  i!i"  Pacific     ine  C
,   Peru,  bound  for  San  Th* ������     ���  ���
San .lose de Guaten	
���   ���
Rogers    i .    .     msid* i abli  loss
through  the   ' - counti
... at* r." said Mr. Farmer, "was
'   "   ':'"   -'        '
a  the  1 ��� ;
Imprisoned By Madman Who Cr.iled   Himself  Eye Specialist, Blind Man Is Made to Bear Cruel Sufferings    Scalding  Baths, Horrible Beatings
and Other Fiendish   Brutalities.
��� .
ti
��� dose  . arts, 1 " I  '
;. ad in n ces in
' ten and I ��������� i   . ���  same
::- - tl*     Things
e quiet in t ���        . Ines
summer, as v*      little stuff will
! ��� ' -    ot] ��� .   ���'" -.   the ordinary
les and ei ifl  going into
Inds m's   Baj   : ���   - - '
W. F.      '      ' '���'' ;-"i;" '���'--��� -       horses have
a  tl; le thes*   animals  rery scarce, and
.   .- cases ordin
ingin*.   as  high    as    sixty    d I
' '   tha    class   of     ���:: .  is   in
arts  consi i ire I  .   high pri
M . Farmer who was lu       en   igh to
. s ipply of haj put up la -��� su a-
came off fairly well, bui seeing
th,    .   . things were going this spring,
���  the pack ti   i     nd de i I, I
��� ���   to  civillzatioi    : ���:   a  change.
���
ag  din
:.
.     ...
I
BE MERGER       DEADLY TYPHOON
li. BY HARRIMAN     SWEEPS CAROLINES
��� WAY      MAGNATE       MANIPULATES   RAILROADS    INTO    ONE
AST SYSTEM.
MAIL ADVICES CONFiD',l BRiEF
DESPATCH ��� NATIVES SAVED
EY  CLIMBING     TREES.
Ii
Th,      Ide was
��� -��� .      rayed in a whil       ��� dress
' :.. e soie, :.-  ���
.'hit, ted  wi
StOl ���       '    ��� 3,3
ttended    -   Mis    "    tie VY :. ���
ted   as         ���              . Miss
Lewis   ���..
with     eautiful I   ��� ���-:-
As   -; ���    ministei       ��� ne I   the  n   . ���
-��� ���:'��� Ice      thl     m    :   .      -   ���
Portland   Ma    29   -Held a prison*
-, .     who calls himself an ej e
s   further   possessed    -  ��� _<   delus        thai   b*
���   the  ne si      - -     -    of the  Un
S   tes,  Jefl   Hayes,   mai   ge       :' the
Hasty Messenge     :ompany and a former official   of  ih"   Western     Unl  n
��� .   who   li   ��� dally    blind    I .
thrilli ig experience    h a   222   i I
th* iloiel Oregon ten hom.- oi ' ie
mosl fiendish torture, sue as only
, :i aniac can i onceivi and ��� xecute,
Warr< a !.. Foss, a g test al the ho-
tvho ivas until n cently a tutor al
the Un .--:���-. of California and is a
graduate of Bowdoin college, besides
holding a degree for post-graduate
worl; at Johns Hopkins, is Hayes'
pers*. cutor and will be i xamined e
to   his   sanity.       Fees.-     met     Hav, -
friei      ad ]      essed
leeply int,    sted in thi    case.
H*    to] ��� si d ii- m--..i nl
Hayes 1    hii      ioi    In
Oregon I
ith.    Hayes  Bn
off. all i _*   ��������� die  hum ering the
: I*.    Th m
Foss   said   it was .      In   the
���eai   i -..   to his    path nl    an I
��� - was Mii- ... I about thi room
in a !:<>:: ��� nner. '!��� al ;in - he
ids of a maniac, and
��� mmm ). ��� would be kllle I, Hayei
��� ... nol hii . Foss th* n
him '(' bed and compelled him t,
-   ��� i    ��� ttes, saj Ing  the    smok*
wns highly beneficial in eye troubles.
Hayes escaped the in xi morning, after a night of torture which se* n ed
inendurable.
KN.TSON    HEARD   FROM.
That     Missing
Everett   Reaches
Man
f-it_
BIG TRAIL SMELTER     INJUNCTION ASKED
1     IS WORKING AGAIN     FOR DOWIE ESTATE
M
Vi*
2 '.i.���J
���    11.  r.  May  21
���a bole counl rj    havi ous tj
. een  I-;,  li.  Hai   man Ci eport-
n anlpulator of the      II-! ed Sydney,
��� .e'. r and more exten-' ceived in from    t hi
m -���'.  n llroa 1 interesi    Orienl     Th, ���    ov,    I|,
��� cesa of perfe*  ion   in- Ca      ni Mi     i 28.
ns ;e:.' mature
of  thl      ... ch swept
Thosi ��� '    ���   ��� ���
nd m      i |.  The typl ended as fai   ��    i
���   im lived  an !   the Guam,
new systen I ex-       ^'   '���''-������    Manila - I
���    m thi   -        no '���'   ' �� i    '���   '    -
' 11 mtic coi
ivork i
England,   the     easl
.   i
n th*  Carolines and
���
'
i    servatioi
educin
-
��� ' : .. ces.
oyed
er,
i. i
Sl i     ov* .
own   i
"- '.  Het ,'j
M
���
1  from  e
all th
���   -
 n t i ]         ,   ever-
���ued    ���:
. anl i   lln*
.
���    . .ird  c
he   top   of tall
.   .
���
anul   tr
es.    On   Wilson
X* ��   Orleans . n
ed:  on   Si ��� '
��� ��� the others hei - I tain a bet -
tei view of tie. <' nl icting arties
in . not m soun i was hei I, s ��� th*
if I - min stei - h pro-
��� 'i- ; ;.- .ft ;!_ ii - tions
would  ::.mmm thi   h i
and  wife.    The ceremony   .-. -   sooi
the brid, Ised
��� ��� r and ol ��� ���/. In a low, sweel
��� I   ���   th,   groom   iroi 1 -will
in a , mmm vi Ice whir!; was   iistin, -
heard by all present   A: th*  close ���
minister's    prayer,   the   organist
ed   thi    vi "'1 ling  march,   and  ,: ���
mad*    enedicl   vith his blush -
..   Mit'e   em  his ami ���-' tor the
I irch entrance,  thence   to  the  car-
_s   -   ������;        the s  lewalk v
. I, the ���'���.'.'���:���  rs o   rice descend
: ���'.     .    ; j e. ; m. .      ich continue
-Mii'Mi.' j   the cl  -' :  can
and   (vei e whirled away  to  the  resi-
ence of the bi id, '.-     th* r, whi re l h
'��� sranl  n ���- ling supi er was served
imor, the so . .. hich could
n raced, was  in   ;ii c ilation  in
the city yestei I
H.   M.   Knuts in,     wh ... -:��� I iouslj
:   on    Fi id  ;.    ---.. n.;i-.   had
seen    by    an   ac . it Inl ince  ia
��� ":  "ii Mon Laj     afti i:. ion.    Thr
is  thai  Knmson  dodged  into a
. ..   when   he   was     n tie t i.    and
-   his escape  by  a side door be-
���   his friend could speak to n,m.
A   summons   again.-'   Kn itson   was
- ied by His Honor Judge Bole yes-
while a bailiff was  placed in
.- ��� fesion of the missing man's shop
W.   G    McQuarrie, a ting   on   b< -
f S. H. Thomps in,   ivho is the
heaviest   loser   by   Knutson's   disappearance.
MOLTEN1     METAL     REMOVED     BY   PROPERTY   IS   GREATLY   DETORI-
CYNAMITE ���BEARS   PLENTIFUL
AROUND   BREWERY.
ATIN3   IN  VALUE   BECAUSE  OF
INTERNAL SQUABBLES.
Trail,   May
-Th
c      COppi I
Chi ago.   May   29.���On   the   ground
Oppose Pip?.   Road.
.   , . :..   May   29. Roi
ndent of th    Di    ; Mai    says    :
ibs  ribers to the .-    ���        to pro* ure
[ial road from Rom<        I   ���   coast
. ���        irned  that  tin   . nt will
allow it to d   - ���'. since
. ' ild    _ li1 elj  m       -....  The ieiea
tl .   restoration ol      ���   P    e's  :���   -
I juris liction.
to be
-i   ���he Penn
m ��� all the line
Penn    Ivania
wei Pitts
. N'ew Hav,
I,   controlling    p   i
��� ige of  N'ew   Eng
���    ih ���  Boston &   Maine
vllle  &   N'i
���   tions.
i' et ve  eu    Y"ap    and
I  Die, ,!'       The   majority
.. ti .i and the
Back to Fairbanks.
leorge Hasklns,
an ol I  '"��� ���
Fail     i st few ye
uio 'MM     . ���
���
'     ��� ���
,; strie t.     Mr. H
el   th*
COUl
.1 .. '   ��� ���
Hikes will
I;
��� sonic Temple Burns.
1'     .        .    :   '
: ner   ol   Re,ma. e  and
.' "im .    : est*
ng to an overh*
fire   brlj b le    wi ide t
���   scene, anel extinguish-   im
wlthoui   having  to "m" . ��� ��� "     '!'-
tie ally no damage wr, i  to n's  clean
ooiii was rilled with soot up,
! some of ih" valuabli
���    i i, the walls   looked After Fifty  Veai i.
after the room had      chiei go, Mi     -       ' ������ '
���     of the smoke.     M"'iit   who :    ���     ������ ''"!    '' '
Chin imen were on the  ye) rs, wen
the fire  brigade ai  lv* d    ���, rdaj',    Pet* r Hobl
ANCHOR RECOVERED
EROM ERASER RIVER
GERMAN VESSEL AGAIN IN POSSESSION OF BIG HOOK���CLIVE
SAILOR   FALLS   OVERBOARD.
All   lay ye    erJn - ������    *a ���
n C    ���       an  itt* ���. I
��� m    Si h.        nbek'
The anchoi.        i the chain
.    . iltn I at i
-
.    . In    ih. ' amouni In tl
���.    .  and no    expense    was
, ,  in   the attempt   I i  bi Ing the
.   hook ��� > the su Ut e.    This
u. - i compllshe l al al out six
-   .day evening  with    the
ii ��� ol the snaa boat Sampson.
ii   morning,   the   men   on
i    ���.   clive sm ce* led In . ��� tting
��� appling  Irons  hooked   In  the
hain  an i  gradually  broughl
EAST AND WEST BOYS
WILL MEET TONIGHT
i
\
'
tl
'
Prim
years ,*! :   i
:     , ,   and   c.   H.  Hobt.  >-  | he surface.   .Inst as a lln    nrai
in fifteen different   .. r    old -   Hai     ��nd. Ind., n ,��� ttached to it. the heavy chain
men,
station, a chance
lb, .  iren i aitii                                        '���'"���'��� Cllv��� with "���
2     yesterday Tow &  suiting   In recognition.      The    el
i a sale of 1124  acres   Hobt, who Ifl reported rich, will, il
said, take his brother an I
California.
;,. on the
Manii il i
Winnipeg.
toennemite Settlers
r
'������ ���
v   .
nn I  Deer Par
���   lakes,   to  the
Land Co., of
< wned    by   'Georg
Winter B   sale  was   :.. ��� ;
inpany by Toye &  I  -���
Imml i ree:.. 20 mih ���
" lake, The pun has irs
���  Mennonites who have
i:i   Mi ��� :      ..   an I  are
��� ' l    '   . a , i'.| enjoy
I
. ,,,,.( ij, the i-i Salle streel |  and  Immediately disappeared
conversation whllo   .. ,,,., river, dragging one of the crew
Die   man  .'������oon
the surface   and was pulled
i ou board  by  his shipmates.    Several
���  more attempts having   been   unsuc-
owing   to  the  weight of the
was deeiiled  to call  ln  tho
���     tnd a line once more hav-
"   gol   on  the  chain,  the  big
������Hack"   Offered   Biy   Money.
ndo���.  Wn)  20.   The man
i   nschmldt,   the wres commenoed to wind in, and
11
received t '-���-���'' r,'";I1
���
��� the crew of the German
m  Hn '   who  were perched up on the
mih "    and   spars of their  ship, had
vaudevill*
ensehlllldl   for  one   iVOi
JJoOOlnaddl fonto h ���� <,r s^inK ^    '"��
.   , gei   cln m
r for anj   wide.
IRST INTERMEDIATE LACROSSE
GAME OF SEASON TO EE PULLED  OFF THIS EVENING,
-.,.,..-  ai   the C.  P. R. smelter, were  that  the estate of the hit? John  Al-
-��� rted again las; nigh', after having exander Dowie, now in the hands of
ieen closed down for a week on ac-, Receiver  John  C.   Ha'.ely.  is greatly
count of lack of coke.    The com] any  deteriorating in value  in the present
never   'lose*   i   furnace unless abso-  Btati oi disorganization, a petition haa
Imel; o   iged as ll costs In the neigh-  been prepared for presentation in the
i of $1000 to start it up again.   Unit* 1 States court  asking for a de-
. walls have to be taken  cree granting authority to the receiver
own and th    molten metal which has   to  sell the  property   without   further
rozen in ttom of the furnaces delay.
h s to b�� MiKii... An   injunction   will   also   be   asked
���   (-    May   29.���Bears    are  for restnaihing  Mrs. .'.me' Dowie and
I are i   ming oul of their  the trustees,  chi*       I   whom  is John
ers hungr*   aad daring. A   A. L< wis, n#.m< d    ,  Dowie in ti_ will
m .... , fen   . .aii -i visi; to the as his successor, from exerc^in
irew  rj   -      othei   night  and  almoste  ..-��� - In the uropert; m the receiv-
seared the  life  out    of the    Italian  er's  hands  oilier   than   the   pro]
Tiie ni.in went home for al  Muskegon, Mich., claimed by Mrs",
ms,  but   the  bear  had   disap-   Dowie,    lt   is stated   thai   thi?   is  a
peared on the easl side of the rivor.     la       er   the   reorganization   of  the
both black and brown bears are said  Zion   citj   propertj   .nd   tilRy   resull
'���   '���<��� ������ '-:���  plentiful. omplete overthrow .,:  \,'b���'���'
I.M      .-    T     Columbia rive    Glenn   Voliva.   who   assumed   eccl    -
has teen rising verj  rapidly the past   lastical authority ami temporal
few dn       Thei   is still a large quan-  over the Church of Zion following the
tiiy ol    -       on the higher mountain  death of the founder, Dowie.
rang*    and old timers expect the wa-      Trustee   Lewis said  today   th
' ters to n th*     Ighesl marl;. ������     esl   proce, ling  will   be  made  bv
���. ..;
. ���   and
���m        ��� h hj
���    '
i
iho
Tonighl   will
- a of the season in I
c    : pionship - ���   ���
; lace al six-thirl    inQu
thl    Re
���   > will comes lonor ol
ry of th ;
Onl    two teai
li    ���.      .      aerie
'.'.    I    End   and    -;.
l.e-
inte    Both :������������" - ha
in  them, and  are  i t
In  a way that sp*     ���   .  : .
���:    lnl r. sl they i   i in   h
.   and   as   . he   -.     | -        ivlll
i -.,������ igh   !��'   I etw,   n   these   two,
'.. .a  rivalry will brini     -  me    g
i ers iei the fr mt
The ti ems for tonl   i ���   garni   wil
���'������    ��� p as follows:
West    End���Goal,     Munn:      point,
TROUBLED  T1MEERMEN.
., il mn
M >   -       i  ���    Mr,   .   ns   w,  :'���   trustees, as the action of the re-
���':���     Methodisi    chu: h,  ceivei   was for the purpose of reor-
::a mi    n Sun-   sanizing   the  Zion   pi   pertj   and    in-
���-'   ��� -  -in i  would  i v. ��� tually result
In ;h,  res .- ,_e ai i m?the
following,
G* n ral  0\ erse       i oliva  has       n
.,!> red  bj   Receiver John Hati I
���    ��� '  all leases i f I lildings Maj
Tl lon was tak*
Hatelj    - .    iin ax to a   Itter q_
betwi   ���   Voliva .rn! the pre* I,
lon citj i ank.   Voliva
his  (.*,,><_  al   the- hank for V S '
��� i, nt    at    on, ���'     Th -
lal .:      .  | to com Ij with
the request
When inform, I o| Voliva'.. actions,
Re*. Iver Hati Iy ordered the cashier
of the bank to withhold all moneys
from Voliva and then notified Voliva
that commencing June 1, the leas* a
held by him on the tabernacle and
i buildings would expire and that
Vol va must relinquish his control of
them,
Victoria Cff'C.al's Finding Concerning
Schedules Causes Consternation.
v. ncotivi     VI      .      i '";.' i onstei -
has msed  among tim-
. .    lion of a man
who  . om Victoi
-  an I   works  ha
ised  to appll) .iiion-   tor
censi    to       and carry i
.a Is which ha i
not been I * ui and advertised ac-
hedules e,f the
ended  ai       Forms ol   applli ati m
������ i ���       i< '������.': 5 In accordan
- ��� ���    lies provided
thi   a.-. ..      . ;���   all  a;i;e)i.;i-
tions v ....      ave '. een made from the
mainland have been according to old
TEREDOS DO DAMAGE.
Marshall; cover point,    11. Galbralth:   forms
ei:.-'  defence,   Ackley;    second    de-      lumbermen in this city who have) ���
fence,  VV.  Sangster;     third    defence.   ie:i;ned of the statements alleged   to  Sixteen  Million Feet of Logs  Ruined
Harry Johnston; center, Hal Johnston; | have been  made        ofHcialB of the at Clayoquot.
third homo, BarUett;    second   homo,  iiepartmen;   al   Victorja declare   that -���
Warwick;   first  home,  Sangster:   out-   iliey can hardly credit tlie report. The j     Victoria,    May   29.--Advices    from
side    home,    Spring;     Inside   hoine, j local timber office has never received Clayoquot report that logging opera-
for anchor hauled  up on  Iho
the ids mui.   boat.
.Swanson. copies of the ne w forms for dlstribu-
i:."inns���Goal, Eickhoff; point, tlon, and in the face of that facl it is
Fitzgerald; over poim. Pi'iirson: firs' not believed thai the department will
!>'fence, McArtlmr;    .,'eond   def* - applications mode in accord-
Robertson; third defence, Manne i ijence with the ��� hedulea, Should
center, Hrown; third home, Spring; [the reporl tarn oa; to bi correct, the
second   home',   Morrison;   firsl   ho uli   will  be    that    all  appll* nt'ons
A, Smith; outside home, C. Smith; made ana advertised from this city
inside home,   \rehihald. i1 2C will have to be remade
Het. ree, A, w. Grey. ��� nad I'endvei
tlon* at the big Sutton company s
mills, estahllshed eighteen months
ago, have been suspended because
16,000,000 feet of Jogs in the water
have heen affected with teredos practically ruining the cut.
Fifty loggers arrived from the
camp yesierday and others will follow on the next steamboat. Then, is
a j oar's cut left In the woods. THE   DAILY  XEWS.
THURSDAY. MAY
..#>,
ANNOU
soma
Messrs. Hardman & Co. beg to announce the completion of their building on the corner of McKenzie and
Victoria streets, opposite the Carnegie Library, with an entire and complete stock of Hardware, Stoves
and Ranges, Tinware, Screen Doors, Screen Windows, and Best Plumbing.
THE   MALLEABLE   RANGE
Seasonable Goods
Lawn Mowers
Shears
Garden Tools
Screen Doors
Screen  Windows
i ���n_i'____
��� _J_>_oWWl.-     "
'!*__���___:
I'litSHHSd.
eel      M
rsm
��**_v>*i-.��i_L;
It h;u- been said that a malleable
and steel range could not be made a.s
attractive in appearance as the old-
fashioned cast-iron and steel range,with
its meaningless and inartistic superfluity of cast-iron convolutions anel ornamentation. Through the adoption of
Wellsville polished ite ���! for the body,
we have- added wonderfully to the finish
of our range. It makes the most durable, practical an,! beautiful finish, at d
does away with the asphaltum or japan
finish form"!-!;.- employe I, which after a
few months' actual use l ee an e sticky
and unsightly. The occasional application of a cloth t the polish* rl steel body
causes it to appear clean and bright, in
all tin- beauty of its original blue lin te ���.
In finish, our range is a strictly
hifrh - grade product, ami that facl
should In' borne in mind ley all when
purchasing a new stove.
Full Line of
Kitchen Utensils..,,
Best Lines of
Cutlery and
Silver - Plated
Goods* &c, &c.   ..
Special This Week:   Four second-hand Ranges, in excellent condition, to be sold at a sacrifice.
TO CONTRACTORS :   It will pay you to visit our store.    We have everything you require.   Get our prices on your Plumbing and Galvanized Iron
Work.    Contracts just completed: The Tourist Hotel,   Port Moody; Scott',1
Hotel, Port Moody; etc., etc.
We make a specialty of Marine Tanks for boats and have every facility for repairing.
A. Hardman & Co.
Phone 302
Corner McKenzie and Victoria Sts., opp. Carnegie Library
A.   HARDMAN
JOHN    McCLLGEN
A.   JAMES
P. O. Box 248
For. 25 ��ts. AKIN PROSPECTORS
We will send to anv HAVE GREAT f AITH
address,   post  prepaid, a
Good Tooth Brush
and a 25-cent box
Tooth Powder
MUCH       GOLD       REPORTED       AT
these men, i if. pr >clalm their faith
in iis minei al vealth, and -vill return
;: i s ion us th*' injured eyes are restored. Mr. McLennan speaks grateful!} of ihi' kind treatment received
from Mail Contractor Klrkland at,
Ten-mile, and from the citizens of
.Hin on his w.ay down.
YOUR GROCER SELLS |
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* Established 1887 Incorp mm
SLUICE   CREEK���PARTY    WILL
RETURN NORTH AGAIN.
A   Case   for  Preference.
At   Marj'lebone,   Mr.   Plowden  deall
���     ������ | with :i summons teiken out against a
Vancouver, May 29.���The lasl party   chauffeur for driving a  motor em- in
io  eeiine  om   from  Atlin   before   the
breaking of the ice arrived  in  Van-
Regent's   park  nt  a speed  exceeding
ten  miles an  h mr.
A park constable stated that the car
couver today and is staying    at    the' traveled al the rati' of eighteen miles
i i ! on!.    The-  party  i.- composed    of an hour,
Ne\V lot  Stamp Mat Pat-  three placer miners and a housekeep-1    Mr. Plowden   "Anyone with th" d*
NEMO
! Gilley Bros, u
At
10
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* WELLINGTON  LUMP  COAL
* WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
C.
AND PEA  COAL.
| er,   Messrs.  John   McLennan,   Artlnn
' Dick.   YV.   ii.   Conroy   and   Mis.   Hln-
terns just to hand.
Drug, Spectacle "*Y,rea. \.""?'
��      ��� rough   ami  risky  irip,  reaching   I ��� -11���
' fondant'.'"     "Yi s,  . our   Worship,   the i
i-   mier of Cana la, Sir Wilfrid Lattr- '
PER PACKET:
* COMOX COAL AND COKE.
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��� CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
Curtis'
ehclil'fo.    Thej   lefi   Atlin   with   twoj
og teams on M,ay 17, bul as the lei
VANCOUVER PORTLAND CEMENT.
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* This   celebrati d   I'. mi nt   is
ail��llllllllllllllll_lllll_R_____n____a_B_i   ��� U8ed by nearly all large contract-
Second-Hand PIANOS I
ORGANS,     RANGES,    STOVES.
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
I SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
336 Hastings St. \\'., Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg auel Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in- Demand.
R. I. SPftOTT, B. A., Principal
.Mr. Plowden (smilln ;)      \ \. ry ln-
dii creel question i if mine."
Thi'  chauffi ur,  who wore a  crown
, i i'ii  ihi'  collar of his  coal   wa.- I
and See*! Store :,;i ,",i"' "n M,y -"��� They took|2os and - ,.
"learner a. Skagw.aj  and  arrived here      short]j  afterward8 Mr, Plowdei d
���_._...^._��..^����.,   louaj.                                                        tjJe gjjunffpup recalled. "There Is rea-
The   inemoeiiaii'  cause  of  the    rip     ,,, to think," he said, "thai Sir Wil
was an Injur}  sustain* I  by  Mr,   Mc-   [r|(] |8 going to Canadi n, and that
'Lennan   serlousl}   affecting  his eyes,   ma_i    ll  Improbable thai    Ihe   same
Consultation with ,, speclallsi bein thing will h-lppen again. I daresay I nprnMn ir\vn CTHDC
Imperative they came on to Vani iu- >e>n ,]<<) nol know the regulations." ofiVjL��WJJ-rlA_MJJ _>1(JJR__
'"'��� j    The chauffeur   "N'o, I did not." We also do all kinds
The  members  of   the    parly    who      Mr.  Plowden   "ll   Is clearly n case of  general   repairing.
Iiave  been  sluicing on  Spruce  creek  for preference, and, you  will  be dls- Sign Man on Wheel.
������:   thai a large amount of gold  will I charged    withoul    a    fine."   London Columbia St. New Westminster.
be   taken  oul   this  Bummer,  as  there   Daily Mail, Phon > _��7*=_
I are  numerous claims  then'  well de-  *~
j veloped and  ready  to yield good  re- Express Wrecked. '   M      ���    ��� g"^Pk I ���     ymy
--���'dts.    (in  Pine creek, not   fur ilistiini I     Itradley,  Cai.,  May  2'.).��� The Hum        J��   UU BUl^l i _L_.lT
from Spruce, ihe. operations are morejexpreas    was ditched    ihis   morning
extensive, being    by   hydraulic    and i three   miles    from   hor*'.     Engineer Manufacturer ot
steam shovel methods.   While the de-  James  Bybee, of San Francisco, and      __.
velopmenl of the Atlin district will bejone passenger, unknown, wore killed,|    MlllCrfll  WcltCrS    Etc.
:u.-,-'i u\   jkmii e;,   .
.   ora in the Prov i
ROSEBANK   LIME,
MANITOBA   WOOD  FIBnC
NEW   BRUNSWICK PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE  BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayl      Clay Co,
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN    TILE.
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
X Telephones:  Office 16,    Manager's Residence 22
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Rushton i__Speck ADVERTISE   1.1   THI
Westminster Iron Works
slow,   according   to   the   opinions   of nml the fireman was badly Bcalded.
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:v^.,N BOY5 AND  GIRLS Ij;:
 il    .     j v ��� i w __ie_Ai
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
GENERAL MACHINE AND ENGINE   *
WOHK. ^
SHIP SMITHING, BKHJUE and        #
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK. #
Ornamental   Iron   vvorK,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc. *
Mail orders and correspondence in-   ^
vited.
john reid,    : RYALL'S DRUG STORE
BEGBIE BTKhiiUT.
New Westminster. f. o. 474.
and have their eves examined
ALL WORK GUARANTEED     ��
Office,  Eighth   Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.        !
B U LL ;TIN
Great NorThurn Railway
REDUCED
S
1500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
<��' At   the'
Praser River Tannery
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Highest Cash Price Paid
Round-Trip Rate
TO THE EAST
Tickets on sale Jure 6, 7, 8.   For full
information call on or address
V. C. MEYERS, Agent
Hank of Commerce Bldg.
Telephone 1.-!
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PSDAY,   MAY  30,   1907.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
anadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Victoria Bay Excursion.
i       will be sold to all local points at
U0Nt FARE AND ONE-THIRD
.,, ��he round trip.
.   on ,ll(. May 22, 23 and 24;
'it     turn up to May 27.
ED. QOULiKT,
(.'. P. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
;rand Trunk4 Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
[hicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
lontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
pal busine a centersof
iTARK��  QUEBEC anel  the MAIM
,1E PROVINCES.
... BL'l FALO, NEW YORK and
ilLADI LPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
I     ,    ��� Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VAuX.
i    . ���  : Passenger and Ticket
fteent, 1    Adams St., Chicago, 111.
(Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel nn the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
|i;.,- ted train.   Low Rates,
lack Time. Excellent Service.
|ew York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS FAST
jStesmsh r Tickets on sale to ail Euro-
la;.;-
fecial   R.ciuc.d    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates to   Southern   California.
Ir full informtion call on or write
I   C. E, LANG, General Agent,
|i. Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
\   D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
TAKE
The White Pass
land Yukon Route
I I D, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
���HIT] HORSE, DAWSON and
jMRBANKS. Daily trains (except
ti carrying   passengers,   mail.
fpress freight    connect    with
es ai i   rcross ancl White Horse,
pmtaining a through winter service.
I Foi information apply to
J H.  i:   GERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
[The Milwaukee"
Ihe Picn-r  Limited"   St.   Paul  to
j Chicago,  "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South     West     Limited"
[Kansas City to Chicago.
rains  in  the   service  on  any
f ' the   world  that  equal  in
I   ' - -.i the Chicago, Mil
J       i   St,   Paul  Railway.     rhey
f te tln;r own sleeping
1 rs on all! their trams and
r ������  ns  ui  excellence of
fi I ' tillable  elsewhere
Rl 'WI".. Genera! fitgent
|4 Third    ���    cor Alder. Port!, nil. Or.
when going east
f K THE  i [CKET AGENT
Ti i SEND YOU OVER
fTHE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
11 I*rains Everv Day in tbe Yen
BETWEEN
| Minneapolis, St. Paul
?nd Chicago
[11F.
^ ^ ?M
full
of Spring
This Department of our Store is
Sunshine.
We're proud of the pretty things we have gathered together.
Our Store has long been famous for its Children's Clothing.
Let him try on some of the New and handsome Styles.
.}..   S ilts,   Sailor  Suits,    Blouse
Suits, Russian    Suits,   Reefer   Suits.
Bloomer  or  Plain   Trousers.    Dozens
���  N'i a- and  Exclusive Styles.
SOUS al $1.25, $3, $3.50, $4 up to $6.50
The best dressed Children   you'll   meet   this
Spring, will be the Little People who are clothed here.
H. L.  DeBeck
THE
OUTFITTERS
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   HANK   WITH
-��� The 	
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts an 1 pay interest f< ur times
a year i n Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,   Manager.
INDIANS SUPPORT
NUGGET NECKLACES
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
1ST VB1 '- IED 1817.
.$14,400,000.00
$11,000,000.00
WANTED���Aei elderly lady to do lighi
housework.    Appl)   -47 Front  St.
east and States twite yearly, seek?
similar position on the coast. Apply
"Milliner" Bex 327 Ni w Westminster.
COLD REPORTED TO HAVE BEEN
DISCOVERED NEAR EDMONTON
CAUSES   EXXCITEMENT.
WANTED���Young man, new arrival.
wants a permanent job, any description: willing; has good references. Apply Tyrone, Daily News
office.
LOST���Between Sixth avenue and
Clarkson street on Sixth street, a
gold hat pin, mounted with Cornell seal. Finder kindly return t<
Daily Xews Office.
Printer's Ink Tells���Try the Arrow
Press fi r a few hundred Dodge:.- or
Circulars���Silent canvassers that
reach where the merchant cannot
go. A transient customer today, a
permanent one tomorrow. All classes Job Printing. ARROW PRESS
Room 4. Daily Xews Block.
Edmonton, May -��� 1 ��� receni report nt a rind ee:' gol ' in the Yellow-
head Pass, which has received a larg*	
amouni   of creden ie  cities  ol  WANTED
Erttn inton .in ! St: m... and which
oved to  be  total lacious,   has
Me in ovei shi lowed     ���  the excitement
m hich   has take a     lace   In   i 'ga
-.. 'Iel said to exisl in th*   a* ghl oi h n d
ol  the Ominei a  val ey,
For  many   y* ars   :he   Ind; ins   have
been finding go] 1 In this   lisi riet, and
een making annual trips t<> E I-
m. into i,   where   i hi )   h ive   - ���'.]   an I
is been no  fre-
thing 1 I .  lan :  ��� ��� ar
rive   In   ���. ��� o with     n icl lac*
I   :, igg* te,      Mth* igh   si veral
ties of advenl ire \s  i nd   i rosped -
urs 1;    ���    '..'"���',-:-    i the district,
non* H   i ]   ,     ever b* en   s* ��� n
:m   Secure In tl  In      tu ss -   t'oung lady milliner, at present hole!
ihe   Indians    are i     ,        _,ave    shot      ing  position  as head  and   manage
' hite men before thi y had   mi opi ��� \ -
tunity to discover where th�� treasun
was hidden.
This year, however, - :.,- Edmonton
people intend to try their fortunes
and within a short time two or three
parties wil set out for Omineca river.
' The district in which the major | or-
tion of the gold is locateil lies in the
neighborhood of the black canyon,
which is situated between the fifty-
first  ami fifty-second   meridian.
Bj an old established Insurance company an agent in New
Westminster. Splendid contract (o
right man. Apply Room 24 McKln-
non Block, Vancouver, Home Life
Association. od i 16
Timber LANDS���We> deal exclusively in timber. Have large an I e sail
tracts em water. If you wish to
buy i r sell, lee me. 5. R. Chandler,
4"7 Hastings St., Vancouvi r, B.C
FOR SALE���A small island containing
about IS acres, close to New Westminster city. Can be used for a mill
site. For particulars apply to
Gunderson & Anne's grocery.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
fa ��� . $6.00.
G* Dtlemen's Silver Watches, double
case  $7..o up.
\gent for the celebrated South Re-mi
Watchi -   sup] lied   to   the    Well man
Vi        Expedition.   All warranted.
Chaii:-. Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
in large eastern departmental store,
and  visiting millinery    centers    I f
WHERE TO DINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All Night
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DOMINION
DEPARTMENT   OF   AGRICULTURE.
Branch of the Dairy and Cold Storage
Commissioner.
Cow   Testing   Associations.
At  Cowansville,   Que.,   the  average
j yield of 111* cowc  for :." days ending
April  UT  is  .".('.7 lb.  milk  and  2.8  lb.
' fat.     The  highest  individual   yield  is
1360 lb. milk testing 4.8.
The Shearer. Ont., association has
an average yield for the same period
ol 62. lie. milk and 18.9 fat. The best
individual yield here is 880 lb. milk
testing 2~ only.
In the association at Culoden. Ont..
the average of 209 cows    is 7~>:* it.
j milk  nnd  2
; ending May 7.    There are several individual yields here of over 1000 lb.
milk, the highest being 1385 lb. test-
; ing 3.2.
Tiie  10li cows in  the  Spring Creek
i association  average  762  11>. milk  and
26.4   Ib,   f:it.    Several  individual  cows
here go over the li'1'1 Ib. mark. on��
good yield being 1170 lb. milk testing
13.0 for the 30 days ending May 1.   At
; Hat.ley. Que., the average yield is only
: 543  Hi.  milk  and   19.0  lb.  fat.    The
highest   production   of  any   one"   cow
is 840 lb. milk testing 3.1.
St. Armand, Que., trom 161 cow-
averages 48S lb. milk and 18.S lb. fat.
Woodburn, Ont., with 79 cows l;:ts an
average yield of 671 lb. milk and 22.2
lb. fat.
Almost all the duly organized asso-
i lations are now at work, the- mem-
' i era sending In their bo) tie s of composite samples promptly, in another
two weeks much fuller and better
records than above may be expi cted.
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GREAT
SAMPLE
purniture
NOW
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��� We will inaugurate on a broader scale than ever ���
��� before, a Furniture Sale that will mark a new era in ���
1 the furniture trade of New Westminster, a sale in ���
��� which every sample on the show room floors will be
��� reduced to such prices as will speedily clear them out.
s period ��� Some articles, of course, will be more reduced than
��� others,   according  to  style,   finish,   condition   of
��� article, etc.
X        A glance at some of the following specials will
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soon convince you that what we advertise we mean
to do and live up to:
DINING   ROOM   CHAIRS
either in solid or leather seats, 1 arm chair and 5 ordinary chairs to each set.
$17.00 Sets for $15.75
18.50 Sets for  16.25
27.00 Sets for  23.75
40.00 Sets for  34.00
Bank of Montreal
CAPITAL   ...   ���
Branched  ou Ca   , '""and, ��;   '��   <�� ���*��.   > ���
New  s,   .. e | nd S n    I .8 v. and Mexico Citj.
eral Bank       Bii    ���    - Transa*
Letter, cf Crcd.t Issued, ... respondents
Weill.
Savings Bank  Department
.imi interesl allowe i al
four times a year.
Total Assets over ��168, , ���
WESTMINSTER BRAN   '���
D
A Gen-
In all  : arts of the
i   ���   .ed In sums of .1 anel upwards,
,.: cecl   per ."Minim  (present rate) added
N'EW
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
111    TRAIN  OF  FAME
. ,  ���NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
'""Odiei  the newest    ancl best ideas
1   '/UI"KT.    C(
ELUXURY
Fill    ���
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
CONVENIENCE
lt  is  lighted  with
|.    ' ���;  "   ity   and   gas;  the   most
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
\i EX   LAIRD,  General  Manager.
��� :   ;!,  WALKER    "
preside
illuminated   train    in   the
he   equipment   consists   of
���     !. '"mpiirtnu-nt   ears,   Btandard
sleepers,  luxurious  ilium.
forli
|fivate
���ectioi
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
Tod��r g   ll'nir   CarS   (seats   free)'
',lv'" ''' >'  coaches   and   buffet,   li-
p|   i"'l smoking cars.
lnJ iu]"' Tables,   Folders,  or   any
fr "if* rmation  call  on  or  write
Business
may
BANKING   BY   MAIL
with  any   branch  of the   Bank,
:  ev Ithdrawn hy mail.    Every
ue transacts
W. PARKER,
Accoun'1.
at tentii"
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town aci   un ts.
BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
GENERAL AGENT,
:��nd Avenue, Seattle, Wash;
vkw WESTMINSTER
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. I TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Piano   Recital.
! i mm: Roland Austi ii will di Ivi ���
iei--' iilano recital i>'. St, Patrick'i ., II
this evening, assisted ley Miss
Gi rtrude Weart, the well known i n '
:. le nted soprano si-.,; r of ihis city
?\liss v   Hall, another talenti el ruusti ���
ns, Vi ill favor with the nccompan -
���iti   throughout,
Part   I.
Beethoven Sonata, Op. I :. Gra re,
Moll e Allegro, Mendelssohn S; i Ing
song, duet, consolation, hunting song,
Prank Roland Austen, pianist; M< n-
delssohn On wings of Love, Chad-
I wick���Request, Miss Gertrude Weart,
soprano, Miss Villa Hall, accompanist; Binding- Marche Grotesque,
Schumann Nocturne, Paganint-S.hu-
mann Caprice, Picherl Etude tor
the Lefi Hand only, Mendelssohn���
Wedding March, Prank Roland Austen, pianist.
Part II.
Grlog   sailor's song, Butterfly,  u-
I'lllllleat'. Folk-non.-. Soiiillil. Op, 7 "nd
iind .'ird movements, Andnnti* Motto,
Alia Meiiueito, Prank Roland Austen,
pianist; Schubert Ril King, Miss
Gertrude Weart, soprano, Miss   Villa
Hall,  aci ipanist;   Ll        Hungarian
Rhapsodle, No. 8, Fi   ik Roland
lon, plaiilHt.
N.  B.���A silvi r       lection   will  be
taken at the e all door to de-
friiy tin* Ixpe - I iie" concert.
Tho piano ui l b:
J. H. Todd,  N'ew Westminster.
KITCHEN   CHAIRS
with solid or impervious seats,  all in hardwood.
Regular   75c for  59c
Regular   80c for  68c
Regular $1.26 for  98c
SIDEBOARDS
in Imperial Oak. Elm, Golden Oak. and Quartered
Oak. all fitted with large British Move! Plato Mirrors.
Regular $20.00 Sideboard for $17.90
Regular 30.00 Sideboard for  26.50
Regular   33.00 Sideboard Cor  28.50
Regular  55.00 Sideboard for  48,00
There will also be included in this Great Sample Sale
the following articles at equally reduced prices:
Dressers and Stands, Metal Bedsteads. Extension Tables, Hall
Racks, China Cabinets, Chetffon-
lers, Rockers, Porch Chairs and
Rockers,  Centre  Tables,  &c.
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This Sale will prove an exceptional opportunity ���..
to House Furnishers,    and  commenced Tuesday,
May 28th, at
Lee's FurniLurc Emporium I;
Phone 73
Dupont Block, Now Westminster
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News  Pub-
sliing   Company   Limited,   at   their
offices,   corne-r   of   Sixth   nnd   Front
streets, New Westminster, Ii. C.
THUR^AV,M.y,���
A.   Paige Manager
Pure ��� dry ��� clean ��� fine and
full-savoured. It never cake.���
never gets bitter. That's why everybody uses WINDSOR SALT.
lol
ADVERTISING   RATES. , ,        ,
'but one symptom ol the disease from
nJf?nlei5!   CHS|>!ay   am6?.8!?6,    1U   which  l!"'  Ixxiy  politic  suffers In all
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .01.
___   ,__,.       ... _____��� jts members, we shall not be In sighl
the   inch.      Five   cents   per  line   for
of the goal.
subsequent insertions. ,
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 j
cents   per  line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent
per  word.     No  advertisement taken  having  good  times  In  this   province
for less than 26 cents. ... ,l]so sald thal  .���, did not wish to
Comfortable 5-room Dwelling on large corner lot, good position, close to Vancouver
car line.
Price $1400 (terms)
ACREAGE^
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
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THURSDAY,   MAY   30,   1907.
PEANUT   POLITICS.
The   Victoria  Colonist says:
"Mr, J, A. Macdonald has been telling   the   Ottawa   people   thai   we  an
.ii
He ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
say anything thai would hamper Mi
McBride in London. Mr. Macdonali
did about all he was capable of doing
  in thai lin*' when iiie' legislature waa
i. ...
in session.
Tli*' Colonisl ought  to be ashamed
���  to  Indulge  in  such   pretty   misrepr
sentation,   The truth  Is jusi  exactly
__- the  opposite iif the Colonist's  stati
ment as to Mr. Macdonald's course on
The pxtpm   1 ,  _,_i 1 ""'   l"'"''1'  terms   resolution,  and   of
Ilie      e\Il*nt     [;)     \\'      ri     Rnn.p    in     1   e<>       .
"'     '" ""   thai  the Colonist is quite well aware
newspapers and magaz s is given to .	
'""  ""   '    """S,i""   i"   ""-   ^vs   is FISCAL PEACE
significant. News of any greal strike;      The war of tariffs between Canada
details ��f Its  progress, and sn forth, :"1'1  Germany  which  lias  existed   t n
���<K  vvell as articles aboul  it, uphold- s"""' ,imr'' """' shows some prospect
ing this side or that, we would have in "'  yieldlng "' :i  more sensible ordei
any case whenever a strike occurred'   "'��� '""P"    "'" Canadfans wil1 lli;'i!|-
occurred,   tain, of course, that Germany began
'   /T  (���"11","���",   ���  '-���  be-  it;    and    Germany,    by    the moutn
yona '";"-    r��e working man and his jof    certain    or    her    officials,   hac
nn.on were, a   few  yo-[v.
io be nattered when thi
���mb  shot down  *_
TO   REINT
Two 5-room  Residences, good gardens,
two blocks from car.
A firsl  - lass f irm in  Chiiliwack Distric
rice $75  per acre;   l-_  cash.
Ml ai r     ee-i i'iu riveM. close to th<
i
'     ���
Each.
$12  per month
LABOR   AND   CAPITAL.
Money to Loan
in large or small amounts, on terms and conditions
to suit borrower.
kinds, all chared, about 55 acres In  cro^pHce^SO. "*��-
20 acres on V. W. & Y. Ry., m Burnaby, only 3 mil
"I- small orchard, 6-room house, good barn, price $2100 ������"'���   ""
8 acres on main road on Lulu laland.cloa e to !,
cash, balance easy terms. Ice %^   I
30 acres on Lulu Island, 300 yards  water fronl
city,  pi-ice' $1500, io a cash  buyer, -' miles J
Male &  Lane
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROpaTV
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTFR R r
p- O. B
Phone   335
...        declared   thai   sin1  Is quite   ready  to
ago, things
come to a more friendly footing.
120 Acres
10 cleared, substantial house, orchard, 100 trees,
chicken houses and runs for 200 fowls, 5 miles
from town.
Only $25 per acre
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Phone 101
were  good
rben they were  not 7,1       ?" *" surprisi^' therefore. II
Today   thev  oeeimv  ,       '      , '"   "'"*"  dayS'   WB  have  (;e'''
:i."   '"���   "ff""-'   a   *er, different man goods, now subject to the surtax
lon'    J��sl   what   thai  position  Is, coming in undei- the minimum tariff
'���   a   much-discussed  question      Re-
mern'sSstr!ke   whi^T'    ''ailWay      T""  I!,i,ish  parlIamen<   "�����  "efcrel
up the who.! B'��Uld haV���  "ed :'  a  '"'"  f0rthe C1,eatl0��    ot    small
sue    ,   ^ ;US,IU'SS ��f the United h��ldlnss  In  Scot]a^ ��* as  i, has
,'m, i'M. :    \'     ���   lilk-  to  the met with no criticism in the    House)
,���.,,''    ���'���"'  ""'"   '49" to the Cam- except the usual snarl which the op-
Z Z��   .    !    C6rtain '" U w "-'   er��Und  '"' position!    the    bill    will
^hT_,^^B,Mir,Uy b6comeiaw' ��!- '��� ���i-
allowed to  hL        meD Sh0'""    be  Ta,f a  badidea togo  i;i for -i"-
, '.  '     '""���     or     e^rcise     the   tlin8     ;1<"   Old   Country.     X,;   .verv
;;;.. to,b;^ ab����t .����* a state 0_ ^^ ���*��.��_-_.�� :il cross ,;i;.
-���    as  the  writer  puts    it.    -,  ��caan, and to planl a number ol such
FIRE    INSURANCE
If j iur  house,   furniture  or other propertj   Is nol  Insured, ..
us a call.   We represen' the following leading Insurance companies
HARTFORD   CO.,   (Incorporated      1810
CONNECTICUT CO..   (Incorporated)   ....'.  1850
INS, CO. OF N. AMERICA   (Incorporated)     1794
PHENIX    OF   BROOKLYN (Incorporated)     1853
These old reliable companies have paid dollar for dollar In every
great fire since their Incorporation.
White, Shiles & Co,
Reichenbach Company
LIMITED.
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Wholesale & Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
,,..,.  '   I""*    ".    "a         "' LU pianc a number of such  I '       ^^    -w-^b
** ��-'""- s^sxs =Avr.:x'n,r,:ri'��,_! 26�� co,���-,a s������,   New westmins,e, _. c.
worth the doing,
!l" operatloi
   capitalists,
or workingmen, should nol be permitted  to Interrupt    th*'    transportation
��� m ������-.' :i lai ge section of the country and interfere  with  th
Of ''MS^^^^^^^^^���
Thai   is quite  righl   from thi
of view of the public interest,
certainly    Intolerable     looking
thai  : ��� Inl eef view, thai any body -'���'
men .-.' ml' be allowed lo take ac
hich   would   nol   only   paralyze   the
'��� ii in ?s of a  .asl territory but which
i  m      . asily   mean   ruin���even death
by   cold   or   starvation -to   thousands
' ople wh i were i ntirely innoc nl
nf an    c implicit}   in the ilis mti   a i I
1 ntin        . iwei less to  prom ite a  just
��� "ivM' nt. The ^ riter whom we have
points   oul   thai   Ihe   law   re-
Mi!v. ay   coi poraii.iii.-    '"   1. "M   .fj
their .-��� rvice in a condition of 11 im-
; mmm:Ive)  efficiency al   'ell times   an 1
v ould   nol   tolerate   for a   moment   a
tempm    ��� ��� ��� le-up" or abamlonmeni   ���:
thai  s rvice by the corporations. The
law,  In   argues,  should   tn      rail*
���.', ii   m. n  In  the - ime  wa;. Whethi r w
he   favors a   compulsory    ai        tion fl   V,U W\     A Tt.Pj
law nr a - i  pri of tr ���'       n on    fl
I m   '      lea ���'  a workers en-
gaged in   I he   I mim p irtai',
��� ���  empire
Phone 85.
  ion vice
rned i is nol  cle i ���;  bul  ll  Is
.    li    ha    failed to rec
or a    all evei cknowleiljre,    .
rem
���   ���   -.   and   11������ ���'��� i ���    i ���   -
io  ���   ons ha re received    n (
lie,  through   tl '   i  n
ertain  vol        ralua
.era   and     pi'lvil
:'    ha    a   righl   to  de      i la
these���a i        rei irn   In
majority o
reci Ived or I    llkel       ���   ��� But
whai   - once slons,  |io ���-��� er     mi   prh: -
lege e,    have    the elved?
Whal quid pro qu i is dm        i    '
Thai   Is   the   quesl Ion   ��lib h
. ���< rki     feel -  he  has a  righl   i i .
.\ strike Is api in be more dls istro
to him than to others, and the posl-
iion h    takes is thai  he i;j comii illi ei
lo <i' e lare a sorl of a passive resisl
i ... e >' ar In order to gel whai he be
lie ves himself entitled to,   Practically
ic   says to society,   "I   acknowledge
,. '- a< tion  hurls your   Inten sts
and I  r'egrel  ii:   but  nnl il you go to
work to secure in*' In my rights, you
* aimoi l.e safe from such injury."
The new Canadian law, from the
working of which we have had some
happy results already, Is a move In
the righl direction, and Its practical
working,  provided  it   Is  honestly ad-
. red   by ihe  hoards    appolnte I  ,
rrom i'i.)" to lime, may lead to wider f
better  results   than   the    settle-
,    of individual  strikes;   bul  until   ^
facl  Is generally  rei i inlze I thai  1
called or  I   ui '
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SHOWING
A GREAT
STOCK OF
SUMMER
SHOES.
Ladies'
White Canvas Shoes
$1.75to$2.50
B _
LADIES!
See our Am-1 *
ericanmake 11
of Canvas
Shoes.
Colors:
white, blue, | >
pink, brown $ ���
Is
Can becleaned. |
With 'i '-
z^HEN the wife   tired of sewing madi eas;
f   the  Singer Sewing Machine
Dv   use I*
ertain her h
bought at J. II. TODD'S   want
wants i'  en-
usband
he b
rii gs out the
PHONOGRAPh
chi i * i   the
prepare    to
. eli ��� ti
��� ��� d
s   he  enjoys
pleasanl
���
OVER 5,000 RECORG 10 CHOOSE F;
match.
dressing to i%
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in
"TAYLOR-MAD
The new American Shoe for
men $5.0'), $5.50. $6.00
WE SELL
UNION MADE SH
NONE BETTER THAN
NEW WESTMINSTER'S
HUSIC HOUSE
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WE ARE
"SPECIAL AGENTS
3SEEJBH5
ilu'l'/"'rl and largesl S I< of Furniture ia to be seen _.
Our clearance sale ia still on.   Over $15,1 stock still to. o.
Ne�� goods.arriving daily.    Lateat Btyl��_ and best fln  '
KAM.
W
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n__r .tsk   *��    ..r" *t~*
r.ii.    iX        '2ji'"'   *i1"P*
a ._L- >���y$
11 /\L
FURNITURE   e MPI >RJUM
^   716 and 713 Columbia 8t.     Four Floon.      Rear Extension, Fro-�� - o .   a-nAY    MAY  30'   1907'
HE   DAILY   XEWS.
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^A.SH.STOPFii CITY NEWS
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���  Plants.    Rin.   In givin  gadvice te the aldermen or
Phone A184. roasting  Nanaimo for   the    rec*       in
given tej ihe picnickers last year, he
i; having trouble with his white:
horse em Front street. Yesterday evening the equine .save an unexpecte i
exhibition of a quadruped tying itself
into knots,   ami    performed    several
1 - red hfs  other bewildering feats.    As a grand
- ���.  ;���  invest in   finale,  the horse  ran away from  the
-'   -    ensure    against   market stables,  but  was captured after covering about two hundred yards
in record time.
icked   up a !
..
ani  St   George's      United States  officials    who    hav?'
Mrs.  T. D.   >���en   tracking   up   E.   W.   Hackmuth
.-. is op-
���'.������     Royal
���  '.  M'l
:    ig well
mm   _ ti - ar*  sa>-.
A Few of the CRUMBS From
Our Feast of Bargains....
Extra  super-union INGRAIN CARPET,   36  Inches   wide,   reversible;
in popular shades of red,  jreen  and tan;   bright, clean, new
go ids;  reg liar ;>rice 75c ; er > ard    4 3:
One-i   mm,  lengths of  INGRAIN I   lRPETS,  combining    both all-
wools anel union;  worth up to $1.25 per yard; clear 60c
JAPANESE  MATTING;   joiutless; 36 inch;    in red, green, blues
and natural straw color;  regular value 30c and 35c: special..2 3c
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT   BLOCK,
Phone 73
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.  C.
\He WholKeeps Off the Ice
Will Not Slip Through.
So it may safely  be prophes ei that there   ..      be  no accidents
|cf misfits, or breaks In  materials,   or   crumbling   buttons   of   any   of
. ; garments   bought  this   sum.-er at the Cash  Store.
We  realize   that   a   little   le~k v. II sink a great sh.o and that one
[t::- garment   sent   oui   broadcast  might  undrmine the  f:undation    of
quality, reputation that we've several   years   been  acquiring.
" Bolero  Suits, trlu m ��� I    with    embro             in.i
I, 16, IS     $2,50
��� m - VS hite Pique Coats, fo ��� ren of 1 to C, .1.50, $2.00 up
     $4.5.
V\ hite   Dresses, of  La * n,  i ir_  n Ij   in I  M ill  an I   B tiste
I with rows of ral  . am!   I; sertion.    75c,  $1.25,  $2.00
to       $8.50
\   I   ���   Wash   Ski        1 Pique,  Linen,  0 ly,  Lawn,
��� :  with embroidery    ���       tl ilta'uli      Imniing;      Made
ted effects,  $1.2t   to    $6.50
irai       of W oi ��� :                  I   Suits,   in   T   ������   :.   Worste . -.
clearing at      $12.50
3               llent I    ���   '             rt'                    fresl
t in stoi i thi                              ���        mm     among    the
dtf.
'. zzl���  Williams, thi
Ol    A.    Wl : :���.::.-    ol
��� .. .      ;    .
fe l< ���' ���    ceme-
m T lesday after
I
:   \'tie-
cil
and R. .1. Harnett, win) are wanted in
Seattle on a charge of running a tontine insurance concern, have come tee
the conclusion that they are at present in British ColumMa. There was
r> rumor to the effect s short Mine' ,ij.>
that the men had !>een seen In this
city, where they came Immediately
after hearing that the Indictment had
been  taken  out   against  them.    It   is
��� ��� . . .   ���������    ���....
thi   Pro- probable that the t'nited States offic-
Jie Ials  will  take    immediate    steps    to
ied    rfolenl secure the men.
hin    ;   ids.
���    Brill .-.:: 3,   la
��� i   v,
.-��� [th al
\ trying fr* ru 24 I
Law ns,  in wid
15c,  20c,  25i
������ ns an I Orga
: ; ��� . : stylish ga
��� : ....
    35c
its,   : ��� .   lol :
...50e
nehes; i u , d il
     35c   Sj
rics.  , S
lai ���-.      espi   :
ne   1    11��� i :. -   &  Son,
��� een recover-
- from tl    effects of a .-..mm- indis-
- m    ge.     from    the
' lan 1 ispital j ester; ij
The  fun     I of the  I ite   Harry   P.
lied in Tacoma on Sun-
���    too      ilai ���   yestei laj   .:���::������: noon
illb*     ers bi ing members of tt.>
A.   F    an i   A      M.     of     Vancouvei.
'���   ml   Bftj   ol   the  local  Masons fol-
I   red   th*     iodj   to   its   lasl     r< sting
��� he   Mas mic  ci m tarj.
... ... ��� ..- ol the St. Paul's Re-
fa  choir   will   hold  their
-��� con i annual mei I mm toi Ighl in the
led        roo fter    choir    practii e.
\part froi msini ss, the offic-
l':. J. H. Me'l.e lian, e e and throat
pecialist, of London, Ont., accom-
I . nied ' ;��� S. W. Widdowson, ;,is i of
l/ondon, is spending a few days in the
city, the guesl of ihe- Rev. A. E. Vert
and Mrs. Vert, Canarvon street. Dr.
McLellan Is a brother of Mrs. Vert,
and  Is at  present making an exten-
��� sive pleasure tour, having already
visited  Los Angeles.   El Pazza,    and
I several of the inns- interesting points
in California. He Intends tei remain
in Xew Westminster for some time
before returning east. Mr. Widdowson is a prominent merchant of London, and is well known to several people in this city.
INDIAN'S   HARD   LUCK.
- . iresent j ear will
��� I, au I a - ii'i attendance
|i ��� -' i'ii.
sleet-
.
I ������.
M'      '   .    ���
ccc  ij
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267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER     ]
���kg ��������m�� jsammtsBBBkvm aa esse sse anwmssm
hi
���em    ���
rl
\Mi..-.?
perty
24 acres in thc Delta of first class land.
Dwelling, S rooms, all complete, with good
barn and two chicken houses; orchard of
30 trees and nice garden of small  fruits.
Cash $1000; balance over three yeais.
|McLEOD, MAtiK &  CO.
'^e Farm Land Specialists-, "
New Westminster
See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklets, In GOLD, SILVER,
GOLD-PLATED    and     ' 2ARL.
S imu* "   Blyi he,   preside]       of    the
Gridiro     I      i  al   Washingt in   an I   a
ecial corres    ndent i       hi    -��� al
i ���   m in ���       .   ���'.    N'i   .   v m    World,
expected  to an ive her*   -: is we* :.
le will spend some tim* coast,
gathering     m iterial     fo :li
<M;.esi   .!���-',im ipnn m     for    the
���; ��� ������ i.i     iv.enii -   P is .      >
A.   Vachi n,  o    V ini i aver,   was     in
yesl      ay,  *  impi* ting    ar-
lei   - foi  the sale of a se> en   -
:       ai re a r iss  the  rii".mm The
m ise r's  name has  not   be< n    an-
it it is understood thai
easte   man �� ho recentl;  ai rive .
in this city.
M iss  Katie  Bourl      who  had  bi i .i
.    m- treatnn nl al tin   St. P nil's hos-
I, \'anc i m.m. for     ime   Im    past,
1 -  thai   in   i   ition  . este rda\. an I is
senl     '  yiu     �� I h     h .   3ls * r,
of    Vancouver.    Miss
m ke   rei ently   un lerwenl     a   v< ry
ation,  whii h   was    period   iy Dr. Glen Campbell, assiste 1
Dr.  McPhillips
The  Sons o    Se   tland   nre  making
nents : ir the h il ling of I;'
ial pii ������-'.'  ��� n  Jul;    I,  nnd an  in -
���   '.    o I ike    Im'    ti laj
n thc   Rev.  A.  E.   Veil   and   I'i.  .1.
C. P. li. for the purpose
ime unde rstanding con-
irlng of ee (special train
\ ��� issiz    or  wherever    tiie
hi : I    Lasl  yi ar, over
PO| ll    '   "Hi   MMM!   in   th  ���
.    i��   . . ��� xcui sion.
;    lsl rate   I loi boul I   had   D
m ruing i Dnsis -
.  .   la I-. mn m m d
���  In    tin li   bli ���  '' ������   on
in    three dn nks who
���   een gath re 1 In during the night.
;     riders e ch   c ntributed
.  . ���    of one dollar an i  cosl -. as
.   ..     ���   :- ni   f ���   their  danger ms
i, ...        ��� .?" and co il i
������     ii m while tl thor
. ;-. ivial - ��� Is ant* 1 up $2.50 an I
... he eivii   |ack-pot.
Ive thousand d Ilars is eli.'
.   .. he ''";i Irving wharf,
i ���     ...  :'.     ol  Ninth  street,
iwne ship.     The   wharf
ehase.l  \   VV.  U. Gilley
, who   acquired   the
���    i a year ago from
%      .   _   Guarantee Oo. for the
-  - As   Mr.     Giiley     has
erty now occupied
B, C,  E.  it., he will
��� ��� i  Bell Irving wharf very
Shingle   Bolts   Stolen   While   Owner  is
III  in   Hospital.
Tn be sick and laid up In the hos] I-
tal is ''���! 1 enough for an Indian, but
to Ios.m all the asse-ts one has in the
world is the limit of misfortune, acce [ding to Tsimpsean William, who i;
��� .i.i irl) ..- ,u a mi his ti II. smen .*s
"Bill." William spent all iast winter
lagle harbor, H iwe s mn 1. cutting
��� e:"- ilts, ������:-. I he had aocumulat-
' 1 a hundred and thirty-seven cords
by dinl if ha I work when he was
tak -.1 ii! and removed to Vancouver
. mm   mm. i    In the hospil il
While the Indian was absent, an
unknown tugboat came along aid
��� -m his nil ������ li il of bolts Mew, ,1
he ; mm.ay, an 1 Bill has never been
able ' i gel ti ack if them. He called
on the provincial p iiii e : iday, and
vmm  assist   him  in  locating  the
Just What You Want!
In Balbriggan 3-Thread Haco, 50c the garment
In Balbriggan, Salmon Colored, 75c the garment
In Natural Merino, : : : 75c the garment
In Watson's Elastic Ribbed, $1 & $1,25 the garment
In Stanfield's " " SI.25H-S2 the garment
In Penman's "     " s : $1.25 the garment
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
M     ���
M
May  Play  In  Nelson.
ii  i   Wright   of  Nelson   Is  ;:->ins
u i ange   ��� match bel ween the Nel-
lacrosse  team  and   the  Canadian
m thai is going i i Australia. They
. sail  ��� ai Ij   In June, and   thei e
ul 1 be -mm.r. ely an;   .1 I ty iei laying
: ;   Nelson  one   lay,      Mr. Wrlghl
iaii}   .   quaint* :   with   ^m\ en
if I he team.
Hotel Guests.
Guii hon    H.   P.   Lai ge,   Cranbrook;
Mrs. ,i.  Broom,    Vancouver;    O.     .,
Kei fer, city;   \V   b. Cm le, Miss J, r
lu mm .-.. \\   I :m thes, Vancouver,
Windsor    s.     Robinson,     Harrison
Hoi  S ei Ings;   Pri i  Badh ini,  Vane m
ver;   Pred   Brovi n,   I ingle];     \     lb
:  ith    Imm i.   J.   Mi Phad len,    W.   Hill
and   wife,   Van sou ver:   S.   S.   Ro
Lewlsti -.:.  Idaho,
Colonial-*        leg!    Van   iu i er;
Jo    pii   S. o   .   Cl llllwack;     H.     R;   .
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"���. Acreage in the City..|
16 acres for S4500; part cash, easy terms.
8 acres for $5250; will take otter "for this.
11 acres for $3500; part cash, easy terms.
32 acres for $3500; part cash, easy terms,
li acres in East End; a particular snap
for $650 cash
P. Peebles
| 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 |
REFRIGERATORS
SCREEN DOORS
Our Refrigerators have perfect air spaces
surrounding the entire refrigerator.
We have Zinc and Enameled Lined Inside
Screen   Doors and  Windows.
Curtain Stretchers of different  kinds.
Call and see us.
BOOM YCUR  BUSINESS BY  ADVER
TISING   IN   THE   MORNING   PAPER.
Look!   Look!!   Look!!!
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a.
i .imitcd
W. C. Chamber!!;: ���e'���"'
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is keeping in the 1I'.i;m-
i.   when not eng is* I
JUST   ON   THE   MARKET.
JUST   ON   THE ��MARKKT
\ '.ini'iiuv'.T      manufacturer     nee.l*
good men to repreieal the verj Imesl
novelty.   Apjenls* colnln. nioiKi.v,   u-m,
i wise,    st nvt    working    for   yottt-selt
Everybody Iniys* on sight Profits o\ ���������
. one' hiiiiiiiv.! [ier   cent    i 'nn'i    ��������� ! ��� ���
j time asking   i'i' ill   ���    qin sl IbttS,    hut
eee'ihi one doll
AllllTll'H,
The Ptenix Company,
CARR'S BISCUITS
in half-pound  packages
-25c per Ib.
Adams & Deans
I THE   DAILY  NEWS.
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REAL   ESTATE   TAX  BY-LAW,   1307.
5
$3,500.
subject
to
10    mon
ths
lease.   . F
ne  residence
for sale
on
2nd   Stre
;t,  corner
Fou
rtli Avenue.
Splendid
location,
now
rented
for
$30.00 per month;
lease
can be
ex-
tended  if
purchaser so
desires.
.A
good psy
ng investment
. .Term
3 tO
be arranged.
A by-law to fix the rate and provide
Im   the  collection  of taxes on  t1 e
assessable property in the city of
New  Westminster tor    the    year
1907.
The municipal council of the corporation of the city of New Westmin-
st< r enacts as follows:
1. There shall be raised, levied aad
colle* ted, for the year 1907, upon the Pj ]()tS $400.
assessed value of all the rateable real '
property in the said city, as shown
on the last revised assessment roll
thereof, a rate of 24 mills in the dollar, for the following purposes:
(a) To provide for sinking fund
and Interesl on debentures issued by
the corporation, and outsanding, 17
mills and ,6-lOOths of a mill in the
d* lar, less 10 and 33-100ths of a mill
!���   elved  in general revenue.
ihi To provide for the payment
of charges for school purposes, 10
mills and 2S-100ths of a mill In the
di lar, !��� ss 4 mills and 89-100ths oi
a _ i.i : ci ived from education d-'-
partn * nt.
(c) To provide a genera! revenue
for the use of the corporation for fh3
yeai 1907, I mills and 98-100ths of
a mill in the dollar:
2. Every  person
on the revised assessment roll for the
rent year shall cause io be paid
lee the collector of the saiel city, at
his office, city hall, the full amount
of the taxes for which lie or she is
rated lender this by-law, together with
ali arrears (if any) within thirty
days after demand has been made for
the same, and any person who refuses  or neglects to  pay such taxos
UBDIVISION of Lot 46, Block VI., comprising some of the finest residential sites in the city, is now offered for sale exclusively by us    ihis magnificent property is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st bt. (facing
Queen's Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
1st St. at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave. and 1st St., held at
$1000);  2 lots on 4th Ave., 42^x120, at $600 per lot;  4 lots, 52___35, $450;
Call at our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
PROPESS!
ONAl
i   u-e , -Nev,   ii-  "-m
''��� ^h'teside, ii. ,   p*��mJ
;��� -dian   Bank ���'���       '"*'��������� 0i_]
���ng,   Columl   , :::;'^JJ
office, New  v,. ^Wt*!
loan. am"er.   M. �����
W.
Can
Four houses to rent. One on'12th
street: one on Fourth avenue; one
on Agnes street; one on 13th street.
Apply at once.
READ THIS.
Splendid Farm, 10 chains waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate, No. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. One
of the best bargains to be obtained
in the district. For exclusive sale.
Price $10,500; $3,500 cash, balance
in 6. 12 and 18 months at 6 per
cent.
Small house for sale, facing- Agnes and Victoria,
west of 6th St. $1,700.
Water and gas connections.   Terms.
Small house, Victoria St.,
b' rooms. Water.
One
lot No.
12
on
Roj
al Avenue,
third 1
ot frcm
Eig
hth
str
eet, $1,050.
for sa
e exclusive
iy.
, I      I."IS   _']   :  mm   22,   Sub.   Of   Lots   S   eei-,.1   1 1
who  is   assessed   j���  i;,',,.u   i::; e-orner ol   Durham and 2nd
St.;  full sized lots
2-storey House, 7 rooms, bath room up-
��� i; good ��able; onAgnea  very light clearin
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen's
and ord Ave., second lot from Queen's
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all cleared; lane
alongside nnd back. Price $1,000:
half cash, balance easy at 7 *;.
More exclusive properties juct listed
with us for saie.
Lot  .. opposite    Knox church, S
'" rton, east  side Columhia Sim. el  on
car line     $300 cash.
..t.near mii St.; all modern improvements, a.o.   Rinpi,  .,,     sio=sn ra.h
Price $3,0i   .  half cash,   balance easy;   a ��UD-tflOCK '',���,.;;   , ,   -, .
leeelly excellent bargain. i 'ots on Fifth Street,  11, 1:1. 13, 11.
.Sui.. mi  of Lot l<i. Block XIII, 4-Room Sub.  15,  S.  Blk.  13.      $350 each, half
linus. ; hot and cold water; flush closet; cash, balance 6 months at 7 ''<.
,,,t   "'      fruit   !:'"'s:     Chicken   lions,-   and ��   h..,KPS   mrner   of      .leri-ivel      and
barn.    Price $800; terms Stun cash, bal- -  nouses  cornei   oi    Merrivai    ana
ance 2 and C months en 7 per cent.  Ham- Agnes;   full  sized  lot;    city  block  31,
ilton St.,  first  house ol.  6th  St.  between lot 11;     one house rents for $25, the
7th and Sth Avenues. o;l).-r $10;   flush  closets  and   all con-
2-storey House, 7 rooms  with all mod- ne[.teii     wjth     sewers.       Price $3,500.
em  improvements;  size-  ot   ground   lOOx raah ��.,,,,���     , ,,.���,     .���  ,���   ,.,  .,,, ,  ,c
N2; second lot from 6th St. on 4th Ave. <��� .ifch ?-���"""���    balance in  6,  12  and IS
within the  time herein- limited shall   "" south side'.  100  feet on avenue.    142. months at i %.
Lane on both sides,    Price .$.,200: $1,000 -in acres U section 14, X. '���'. of E   '������
cash, balance on time at 7 per cent. ,,;��� Tn   2, about 3 miles from bridge off
h'3 :!,.!.L^'- _n'..T"!V!ls';i...i',:..^:: Haworth   road,  Surrey;    house   18x26,
\i,2 storey house. 2 rooms finished, an-
some timber; otber 2 can   lie added upstairs;   small
old 5-acre or- shack;  l1-   acres  cleared and  seeded   Price $425 for both, cash
1 lot No. 24 i n 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Xos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
I lots cleare 1 without a stump; small
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse nnd  rig;  $1500 cash.
! 1-2 house, ti rooms and flush
closei on 4th avenu*. nue lot from 2ml
streel on snath sidi ; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent.    Size of lol  55x165.
17 Ints, full size, 6th  St.,  Burnaby,
easl side,    100 yards  from Cliff Can
Factory; soil good.    Price only $1020,      Lots   ll   and   16 Of  1  of 6    of    .
$350 cash, balanci on easy terms. (cleared.)    Price $500; for the two, 1-2
2 lots mi Sth St, between   5th and cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
6th Ave, on easl     le;  full Bized, 66x      i..nt  li em Sherbrook streel of ll of
132; Nos. 9 and  12,      Price $1000 fcr  .:  cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 ��� .ob. bal
both, half cash, balance easy. ance, 6 months al 7 per cent,
2;;,  lots on corner of 5th Ave and      Lots 16, 17 and 20 of il im" 3. Price
6th St., s.-W, corner; cleared.    Price  .500 I ir tin  ���   or $175 each;   1-2 cash
pei cent.
MARTIN',  wi \|.T o
barrlitenTsSL*^
Aces:    Nev, m,  .'���.:' 'b'-y   .
corner   Clai . ,, "''Hii
Vane,,.,..." '   '-"riee ,:3
ville sire,.:.    .. , , , ','.," -b il- O
Bourne. Mr. MatloS?'��|
Westminster o , '* *M
ternooo ,1
A Bunch of LOTS
HOWAY,  REID & B0Tn_T3
ters,   solicitors, etc   .j
stree;,   oi   o
Westmlnstei     ���    . .,    ,.. p i
241.
GEORGE E, M .RT]
Solicitor, '     ��� . tt
bla and M* lv azi*     ,,���. .,���   3
mitistei, fl. C. ""Hii
W. MYERS GR/
I'
ots  south side of Sixth Avenue;
60x115% feet on $1200; halt'cash, balance In t'. months  balance 6 months at
be subject to the provisions of the
"New Westminster Acl," 1888, and
amending acts, with respect to the
collection of taxes.
3. The collector is hereby authorized io receive the taxes levied under this by-law in instalments of not
less   than   one-quarter   of   the  taxes
timber.    Price $15 per acre; terms $1,000
ceesh, balance easy.
S.-W. Sub. Township lc
railway   runs   alongside;
at 7 per cent.
': acre between Queen's and 3rd
Ave. on west .-ieie of 10th; No. 5 and
6, Block 48; 132x165 feet; all clean d
.md fenced. Price $1050; $550 cash,
balance In 6 months.
Full sized l< I on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-
e I. $1,200. $800 cash
2 lots, No. 24 and 32, block 9, between Sixth avenue and Nanaimo St.,
and   between   14th   and   lilth   stree'-.
2S a* ��� - ��� ii Mara i oa 1. I! i _ ���:��� ���
$160 ,,n acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance l
and 2 years at 7 %.
2 le" i. full sized, 132x132, corner of
ih*' Crescent; 7-roomed bouse. Price
$10,500. ' _. cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.
Block 12 on 12th St., easl side; 10
full Sized lots. Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
J
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Bees rem*
son   stn et. , ,
P.0   Box 169. bone 61.
W.
F.   HANS FORD
Solicit.', etc., Cn      ,,.,
'���'��� '���.-:
er, B. i
corner
strei ts, New v,
Block
Lol
chard.   Price $15 per acre: terms $1,000 with clover, red: fairly easily cleared.
cash, balance in three equal payments.        Gm,   ,,.i]e   from   sMng}e   ninj.       prlce
i, Richmond  St.,  Sapper-  $1,200:.   terms   half cash,  balance   12   n:n-  from  :,;1) T" ,;'!l  ?t- ���"���> al"l  5th
months at
ton.    $45 per lot.
1 acre clay, house on tram line near
Joyce station;  partly cleared;  fenced
1  full sized lot on St. Patrick's Sl
levied   on  any  lot,   and to  allow the! across front facing tram line!   $1000, north  side, between John McKenzie's
discounts  provided   for    in   clause    4 | $700 cash, balance arranged
hereof.
4. A discount or reduction of one-
sixth of the amount paid will be allowed cn all taxes levied under this
by-law if the same be paid to the collector on or before the first day ot
August, 1907. 10 per cent, of the amount paid, if paid on or before the
first day of September, 1907; 7 1-2
per rent, of the amount paid, if paid
on or before the first day of October,
1907, and 5 per cent .of the amount
paid,  if paid   on  or  before the  first
Ue
one lot   in 'rain  line.
price $1,500 for the twi
subdivisions run-
aliel
$800   fi
8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
6th and 7th St., with one
acre of land, containing
fruit trees, outbuildings,
stables, &c.; an exceptionally cheap bargain. Price
$4,500. $2,500 cash, balance
in 1 year at 7 per cent.
and   Glover's house.    Price  $475,  half
cash, balance in ti nionths at 7 %.
Full sized lot No. 12 on Royal Ave.
and Sth St. Price $.1050, half cash,
balance at 7 '7- per annum.
Westerly 4. 11 of 63, Sub. Block 5,
132x132 corner 100 feet square; two
houses drawing $28 per month. Price
$5,000, half cash, balance in 0 and 12
months.
2 lots on Princess St., No. II and
12, between 6th and 7th Ave., two lots Second
from 6th St. on south side. Price
No. 11, $210, half cash, balance 6 mos.
at 7 ',: No. 12, cleared, $315. half
cash, balance 6 mos. at 7 '',. ..
Double tenement house'. 4th Ave.,
1st and 2nd  St.;   1  lot.    Price $1,700;
Full-sized lot No. 8, between Gth & 7th Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre ir
block 9,
be-
tween  18th
and 16th St.
on tv'th Ave.
Price $'
"50,
1-3 cash, bal.
easy.
TO   RENT.
House ' n    Brantford    sl i eet, south
sidi   from  6th   street,   palnti I   white,
$15.00 per month in ail-.;.nco.
day of November, 1907;   but no dls-      61 acres Murphy Landing,    4 miles cash half and half in 6 months at
count or  reduction   shall  be  allowed above .Mission Junction.   Just at the Rents for $1" each tenant.
i ie  arrears,
This by-law
landing of Murphy Landing, about the      160 S.E.  hi of Section 26, Dist.  V.
centre of lot; 25 acres cleared, under  1" acres.partly cleared:  Kanaka creek
A  Cheap  Property. J_mes  Inlet, three  sijuare  miles,  at
House 6 moms,   flush close'!,    i'^  $6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy,
toreys, on Fourth  ive., one lol from      Large |ot and  two cottages on Co-
Price  ] iinl,i., Btreet, Sapperton.   Both rentee]
���   Per  at $10 each.
' ii e and one half stoi i y bi ise and
full   Blze   lot,   situated  north Bide of
and 5th Ave.;    2 single and 1 double  Koyal avenue and cornei ol McKinnis
bedrooms    upstairs,    and   bath room   street;  9 rooms;  bath room, hot and
down stairs;  parlor, dining room, kit-   ''",,i   water, closet;   wood    ��� I;  young
St.    on    south    side
$1900;.  halt' cash,    balance al  7
i ent   Fruit trees; lot 55x165
House 30x42, 4th    St., between
"Peal Estate Tax fly-law. 190
Don*-   and   passed   in   open   council
the 20th  day of  May, A. D., 1907.
W.  II.  KEARY, Mayor.
W. A, DUNCAN, City Clerk.
(L.S.)
cited,as the cultivation;   4-room  house,  bain  and running through; good road; one mile  ning back tee Ash St.
NOIICE 10 CREDITORS.
stable; about one acre orchard, bearing fruit trees. Price $1,350, on easy
terms (or $1,250 cash). $22 per acre,
li cash, I.alance 6 and 12 months.
10 acres section 32, N.-E. corner of
X.-W. 1.. uncleared. Timber fir, ce-
lar, and alder; good soil; a mile from
Vale road; sandle road and new road.
5 lots corner of streei between Sth
and 9th Ave. on 2nd St., side of 2nd
St., equal to one acre;  partly cleare
north of Webster's corner; shingli
mill and P.O. at the west corner; timber worth $7 per acre: cedar anel fir;
I miles from Port Haney. Price
$2,100: terms $1,100 cash, balance arranged.
l" acres land New Westminster,Lot
...  S.   Div,  34, Surrey;     :;   miles  from
chen and pantrj.   Pull Bized lot run-
Price $3,r00;
$500 i er year
a I
$1,500 ca.-Ji. bal .-   ���
al 7 per cent.
Six and one bi II acres, on i acre
cleared ready for planting; l l 2 acres partly cleared. House, .", rooms,
14x21;   storej   an !  half, small l arn;
beat - fruil trees; streets on three
sides; fine view. Price $1,800. $900
cash.
dm' full sized lot, 2nd lol from corner,   i rl,  sl I  and x'b av* n ... lol
6l   _144 feet   5250 cash.
BOARD OF TRADE.-N'ew
ster Board of Trade meeti _(
Board Room, City Hall, as _i_
Second  Wedne I eac_ i
Quarterly mei n the
Wednesday    o      :' ruarj
Angus'   and   N   ,���< m ���:. at S p.j
Annual meetings   on   the
Wednesday    of    i ���    ..:���
members   may   be   proposed
elected at anj n   othi. or (jura
meetiig.    A. K. W_i'., Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
ROYAL   CITY   PRECEPTORY.HH
R.     li.     K.     Oi       .    .Meets  lot
Friday    of    ��� I   nth.  _
p.   m.,   ln   Orange  ball, corner
Royal avenue i e    7th
Journing  Sir  Knl| bts  cordiallj I
vited to attend.   W. B, Duniop,'
P.; J. Hood   R*
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 1^
���Meets In Orange ha 11
third Friday In ��� ��� h mi nth ���''
m. Visiting brethren are cortM
Invited to attend. W. Pope, WI
dames Humphri     R*   Sec.
In the matter of the estate of Charles
Blair, late of New W est "r, in ster. B.
C, deceased.
$500, half cash.     A splendid   oppor- on llih St., between Queen's and 3rd
a rooms, .'-storey house, bath room,     l acre upper side of Ith Ave  and 2
water and light; full sized lot, 66x100 lots west of 6th St.; large house of S
  feet, situated 6th St. between ith and rooms;    electric    light    connections;
��� --.'il' E   IS   HEREB.   GIVEN pur- j 5th Ave. on west side.      Price $2,300,
���:;'!i!  to  the  "Revised    Statutes    of Vi cash, balance ln 6 months at 7 %.
British  Columbia"  1897, Chapter 187,     24 acres in Sunbury; 6 chains water
thai   all  creditors  and others   having   tront.'     '-  acres   cleared;     S-roomed
claims againsi  the estate of the said h\nT hi\h and Pjastte'-ed; wood shed,
,,,,.   ,      ... . ,. bdlQ chicken  barn  and    fruil   trees of all
��������������������� .  who died on or about ; i,in,i.    Price $3,0CO.   Te        one-third
HOUSE and LOT
bridge.    Price $400;    $200 cash, bal- chicken house;  fi ill trees and straw-   Centrally located In a commman ,n>.:
rum-   [jerry plants;  $1,700, half cash;   bal-   situation;   Third   avenue,  at   fool   of
ance In three months at 7 per oent.     Plfth street.   Twn and one half-storey
This is a valual le holding, and n ar
to the city, call and bring this adver-
' -��� menl with ��� i for further particulars.
anci   terms at  7 ',;    near the
ver canner
4 room house,    bath room,  pantry;
shade !:"es and fruit orchard. Price
$4,500:. $2,500 cash, balance in one
year at 7 %.
160  acres,
$40 per acre
miles  from city.
Two
tween
tl
i n   18th bI reet, be-
ind  Mb  avenues.
Corner  of    Hamilton   street,
No. ll  and   12.    Price $245, Vz
cash, balanc.
months.
who die,] on or about Ikinds
the   20th day   of  April   1907,   are   r.'-;cash, balance (:   ,.  |    ,.'  m-mmm
queste l on or  in-fore  the 22nd. (22)
day  of June,   1907,  to  send by   post,
[ire] aid i r deliver to the undersigned
solicitors  for Roderic Sample and Dr. i
Edwin J. Rothwell, executors of the
lasl  will  and testament of the  .aid
l!"'' as  I    the Ir christian    and   sur-
nam* -   ad I ���   ies and descripti ms, the
.   i I 'ilars of their claims, the siate-
i iei '.-��� ol   thi ',;���  ic* ounts and the nature  of tl     securities (if any)   he 11
'l y them.
VND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
thai after such lasl mentioned dat,
tl said executors will proceed to dis-
tribute iie- assets of the decease i
among lhe parties entitled ther . i,
having regar i only to the claims of
Which they shall then have notice,
and thai the said executors will not
be liable for the said assets or any
part thereof to any person or persons
of '.'.hose claims notice shall not have
bi i n received by them at the time of
such distribution.
Dated   this  22nd.  day or .May,  1007.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE,
Solicitors for said   executors,   Trapp
Block,   Xew   Westminster,   B.   C.
160 acres .:, Surrey; S \u of
V'j of sec :���. I wnshlp 2. Log
ho i -, 16x24, i m j i-iii, ;,��� n coops,
small barn; 60 fruil trees; 12
acres cleared, I acres under
cultii ation and 8 acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, % cash, balan..   in  12 months at 7%.
l full size
lot,
dock ii, lot 11,
St.   Patrick's
Sr
ii a re:       Price
$450.
I lot, 55l/_xl66, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue, Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
A Good Special
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 12x1(1. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
One full sized ;< t, 6({xl32; 2 storey
house; 7 rooms; flush closet upstairs;
all modern Improvements; new house:
$3,000. % cash, >_. in 6 months al 7
rf'' cent, Goo l sl; ��� _ stable ami fruil Btreets
trees. Second house from sth .street
west, on up] er s Ide,
10 acres in sec. 2, Timber, fir, cedar and nVb'r. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Leots 17. is. T.i, 20, 21, lae<' on 16th
i treel and 8th aven ie; 2 corner lots
$230; i iie Me i, ��� e;_ io each, Price
$950,  cash.    Sing e   ots al   cash.
P��ur   and   one half   acres   betwi i n
"' '"Nl11    ;:' I    E : hth    avenue';    south
ei'.    Price $2,rjC0.
house, Ten rooms (rei entlj ; a; i red I
All modern convenienci ; hoi and
watl :-. bath, flush I set, lava-
elect rie light; nice I iwn; lot
1 6x132, u Mii lane In r* ar; pari of lot
sei oul with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 * ash, balance arranf i d
cold
���
Ots, 20, 21 ;
(corner)  $175.
No. :
Durh
". $170: No. 21,
in  and  Second
I. O.  O. P.���AMITY  LODGE, NO. Uj
Tbe regular me* tings ofl      \
are held In Oddfi   ��� >- I
bia   sireet.  evi        "-'���
at 8 o'clock.    V
elialiy Invited to attend   S.OiW
N. (J.; C. S. Ricl V.G.;W.j
Coatham, R. S    J. W. MacDoiif
F. S.: Alex.   '. Trea
a\.  O.  U.  VV.���FRASER LOCGE M
���Meetings the Hi nd ilMM
day In each a nth, Vjsiunf
brethren cordially Invited toatl��
Lodge room, A. O. 0. W. kail. Ml
fellows' block. Clarkson street!
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis wt|
master workman.
lands,  near
de or i
'-"' 11 "ti Plfth . ,-e nue, i ub B, 10
of SUb 9. $300 cash. '. cleared; size
���"". feet  by 132 feet,
.'louse   and three   lots, corner
Ave. and llil, SI :   E-room house
Mouse corner oi    7th St.   and  4th   enquiry.
Ave.;  9 rooms;   2 full sized lots, G6x
132;     orchard     of    apples, pears  and
plums.    Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, bal-   R'  running
z��/<2   storey   house,  iu  rooms,   also
��� lern    Improvements;  lol    66x132;
lane ee- back; pan of lol set out \iIth
fruil trees and nice iuwn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
monl lis ai 7 per cent.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts or  lil1- i; and IJ months at 7 jeer cent
the city, from $25.00 to $3,t00
Pull sized lot in Sapperton, facing
Brunette street.    Price $150 cash.
Six lots, 60x160, outside city limits
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on
.Me lien.
Price $1,500. one-third cash
20   acre   blocks,    fruit
Junction, $20 per aire.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
House, 10 rooms, i'i lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,ooc.   Terms can be arranged.
i full si/.,.,i Lots between Seventh
���' ��� ���'��� '������ and Hamilton . tr* et, i a | of
Eighth street; all cleared and fenced;
'���' 'arg0 barn on one ol the lol . $1,500,
half cai h, balan* e
cenl
7 Lots on  Twelfth  street, between
Queen's ami Third avenue; wesl side.
I   of car shop;    full
in 1   cash.
POSE   OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE fi
115,   SONS   OF  ENGLAND. B. Sf
ftOel   Reese   ll.M'M       IM"!- SK0I
Fourth Wedm sday of eack i 1
In K. of P. Hall Columbia J :]
8 p. m., White R, ��� Degre* J
Wednesday In - icli a " '.
time and place. VI Itlng Bretwt
cordially Invited E. b ��� 1
comb.-. Pies., il   Dl nev, Secre
one yei i al 7 per
size,   price $3,500
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099,1.M
-Meeds  the   Foil 'ie  Frid
month at  x o'clo .   In ";'.;: j
hall.  Oddfellows'
Vli
brethren are POl : '      ��� )
tend.    .1. li.  Rushton, <��� ''������ ''
Maxwell, It. S.
Cottage  of   ���!   j...,i,m;     ,-enel
small  stable;     i   i,,i   44x132
tn.in  -uti  Ave,    on   13th  SI
practically new
86 acres, half mile waterfront, G.N
through
10 acres North  mail,    %  of a  mile
from city limits on    Porl Moody    5
,M,'" .I,,'".',;  acres   "I"1"r   cultivation;    7-roo, 1
:     ink*2S_: ������!_$���  !""'K0; tr���ame ''arn;   c]Mw]l )in"*"'
��'���    \''i--}'���   terms $200 cash, $15   '';"'n 40x80<'    fenced and in good     .���
i:';;^;.,,;,.';.,;;/'' or mi,s :i*?l" >"���'��� ><;i"- south side.   Price ,4.500, bait
.'-'   lots  oft  Cumberland  St.,   Sapperton.   '''' y|1, ''''''��� '" ,; months al 7 per rent.
lots corner of  10th and St. Andrew's
!>' twee n   4th   ee ied   Mb   Av
ance on time at 7 %,
easy.    Investigate.
Acreage on Vancouver road,
$9,460, terms  or Gilley  road.    $225 per acre,
aye is selling fast al this prici
Acre.
curlier   ��� '������ ��� . .,,    -.. ,       ,   . ,   ,   ,
.   ,,'���    oalnnce i,  _ ths a   7  per cenl;
l"1' fun  through from streel   to  street
' " ' ^rgain, .   aMp
Westminster
Transfer Co.
' 'ffen 'Photic l_fi,       itarn 'i'fione 137
Columbia St.
Raggage delivered   promptly to any
I arl of M,e city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office-��� Trjm   Dspot
McQUARRIE  &  CO.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. N.��
A. O. F.-The regular B*JJL
this Lodge are held ����"�����
and Fourth Tuesdays of eacii���
at 8 p. m. in the OddWtoJ^
Visiting  Brethren are co?     (,
vjted to attend.   B. ^ Firth,
F. 1'. Maxwell. Sec.
THE   ROYAL TEMPLARS O^J,
PERANCE meel   everj
at S o'clock  p.  in-. '" """vidti'l
Hall,   Columbia
en lire coram... ���-     m
tend, Geo. Burr, S. C "���
Soc.
Brethren are cen
n   Oilel^'H
,'t.   vi^1
llalVy invited W��
80N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEF'TJ
enntTIOM   I ORD OF int       -J
Telephone   333
Real Estate Brokers
FRONT   STREET
. _iNEF|t
80CIATION, LORD OF
CAMP, 191.-Meets on W��    tli'
Third Tuesday of wj��  .. ���
K.    of    P.  11.'i 11
leellll
Chief; J. J. Forrester,
lii'i''
Sec
Telephone    333
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assure nee C��. of London.
IHE MORNING PIPEI 'PE
PAPER FOR ADVERTISERS, 8a
���cDAY,  MAY  30,   1907.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
,.,. is HEREBY GIVEN thai six- after  late we Intend ,        ��� '""���'
I,.,, we intend to npply to H '" '���"'' !|J ma , .
: Commissioner of Lands '"!il   ' >  the  Hon. the  Chief
1 ,, n, rmlssion to cut and oar- sio ,,.   ,,.- , ,    , Q1 ��mnil
ber from  the  following    !   ",   "   '������""'- and Works,   ., . -���.
nds, situate ni Kitsumgallum cial   license   in  l
��� district: ,.-,,,.,.,. ,, '"'   ���'���''���  i ���'���������:���   awa*
pnclns   at    a post   planted    ''"" '   from   the  following   descrih.rt
ilns   neirtli  of   llu'   north-wist     .in.  ,     .;,.���.���,    , 6    '*'.->* I l'ie(|
| .'II'M
,-   [���-.  a. Green .s    pi.-i'mpilon e ,      .,
follows: so chains I ��"  th
orth
i"fC,
le '���   ~
forth of tho north-west [ lands, situated in the r ,_ .   ������    '  "
vv, it n    , 8    Districl
"     :,L    '"">!      Of     I. = f T i,,, .,      ,
itn ; ni, cnains west and e abneo   ir   _��,. lv'i'im,it   Ann,
tej   leeiillt   of      	
age  in  a  small bay.
ows:��� 8(
s" chains
<> days  o7th   S ^   UrlJ"- lh'-'  1'^�����
���      nh�� "Land Registry A.-." shall be
��*Ver eSt0PP6d ' ' deba"ed from
"*��** ���''���' any claim to or in respect
' ""' s'"'1 Ia^so sold for taxes a.
P^ed by the "Land Registn   Vet"
at
post    planted
rth--
____________���______-" cI
follows: 160 chains west
lng     ">-     **     yw*       |,,Miunj i        v
les north of the north-west      -M)-   -".   running    as     mi
��'' ;fA��s P>eemPtjp_n cjata! | chains west, 80 chains nortl
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
las   been   made   te.  register  Alice   B.
In
Tenders for Licens. to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
Critish Columbia.
Tenders for a License to Cot Timber
on Dominion La:_s in the Province
of Britiso Columbia.
McDougall,
ie
owner
ni,���.....��   --    -   post planted  ment
m . north of the north-west oor-
A. Green's pre-emption claim. |     No. 21. Commencing al
Sealed    Tenders   addressed to the
^^^^^^^^n   Commissioner oi" Dominion Lan is, De-
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe  partment of the Interior, and marked
     .u    Fee i Commissioner   of   Dominion    Lands,  6u the envelope "Tender for Timber
Simple, under a  Tax Sale Deed from   Department Of the Interior, and mark-: Berth No. 521," will be received at this
*'"��� vr~ ^Mpartmem until  12 o'clock noon on
;    ia   iini.in.T.   iu���   i,,ain��   w.'ni; ���   -"  '..ail,.-,   HOI'l  I     SO  cl.Mr   	
"south;   160 chains east and 40   east, more or loc .    ,, cflalnB    , -   -   ---  ����re ueeu irom   uepar
follows:  so chains ea_t;   ���,, ,     .,' " "-ucmg at a posi ina
SO chnins west and 80 | Ba ��" the west bank of Kittimat A
I"       to'.Qint of commencement     i about   15  ,,h'1p-.     ._""���""""'
Commencing   at, a_post    planted   dla    ���.���. K"",h  ol  Kittimal   1���-
plant-
rm
-, *
,_..._   at   a   post    , ...���
i'.iiIi Of tin- north-west <<ji-- aian  Village in a small __,.   ,.
."F.A.elr.'.'.i's pre-emption   chum, chains ��-,'i   Bn    _   .         "     '""'"  80
f-  ���g ... follows: 100 chains east; ams W( st- s" Chains south   80 chains
160   chains west;    40 nasi,  more or less  to sho,..      ,
"'"tn to point of commencement ainno.     .              5BH  co snore,    thence
neing   at   a   post    planted 1 a'��ng   bllnre  *��
liea north of the north-west oor-
��� - j- ���, Green's pre-emption claim,
���' . . .        follows :   160 (.'halns ,.,-ist;
"""        '           cliains   west;     40
llr'a'i   hISt,mln8ter' t0 AHce I3' Mc"   b���r Bm!> N<Tk5." wil* be received I w 7*"*"*" "" " '" oclock !!f,0�� on
- 1- bearing   ate the 15th day of   at this    Department an  ,   12 0'c 0ck I    ""T*'' ^ *** ^ ��f Julj'' 1&0">
I ''  ��� '��� -V D-- 1906, of all and eingnlar I noon on Wednesday, the 24 h day ofl S' V���* l�� cut 0mbe' ��" berth
point   oT  commence-
m south;    160       	
north to point of commencement
ed in a
^^^^^^^   'b'ii; "a.^^
mm ol  the north-wesl cor-   easl   of the  n
ment. S  ^ "���"'���"-   BCHbed as:   Subdivision SO of Lots S
.,., ilMl1 !' Suburban Block :;.
���    ��� -     '������������'""���^������^ a, a pos, plant-       ^ and each of you are required to
<*>  gHen name of Indepen- \����a^   the   claim   of   the   tax  pur
ami  ���,'..���,i ���. "      "*   "*"u .""'���'��� >���<"'������ ior a license to cut timber '��� ,e     ���      .     "' a   "*mia   situate  m
--   "uate, lying and being ' on Berth No.  518, comprising tn     !     ! ^T ��f Brilis" Columbia,  to
" '���   '  '>   oi N :w   Westminster, in   situate in the Province of British c"    ' ' ��f ��hehaUs Creek ����� Lake-
more  pa Zlarl    ST    C��!.Umbia'   ""'''^ l�� Ule ^ ��f Chehalis Creek
Particularlj   known    and    de-   and described as follows:
blocks, described as
���mm��.cin��; .atu^P��t_ptanjed|d_ent Hay situate,! aboul 2 miles south leaser within forty-fiv"e d7ys 7rom7he
Timber Berth No. .",ls, comprising
that portion of Section 2b lying north
of Timber Berth 280 and that portion
of Section :i- outside Timber Berth 0f
loi I and said Berth 280, in Township
1, Range 30, West of the 6th Meridian;
also the north half and the south-east
quarter of Section '-'6. the north half
..,'..nn oi  ui,: no, in-west cor-   easl   of  the   norih   r.,, i     p  ��         	
',p, A. Green's  pre-emption  claim,   ,. , , "'���'"  '-'''  *'f Const e  Is-    1;l,,! Of   the  firs'   nnhllf._H__     .    ,-
L'���in_a   follows: 160 chains east;   'and  on   east bank   nl   n,,; ,   ,- PUDlication  of   thu
i��lnngort,      160 mchains west;    ��d  thence   50   cl Arm' a��Uce'otherwls�� I shall register Alice
th to point of coi ncement. '   cnains   South,      40   chains   it   Mclinie-ill .,��� u       L"-'-u"--
'    i   posi    planted east- 40 chains north   to chiin. �����     ���"^aH as owner thereof in fee.
": the north-west cor-   |0   chains   north    sn    hii    ? ' n''t  that i'":'Nation of this   and  the  s,,���t_ ��    ,
F, A. Green's pre-emption claim,       . ootid,   80   chains   wesl   to   not1 e for thirty   i south-west   quarter    Section
;ws: 40 chains west;   Point of commencement ro1; thirt>'days in a daily news-   H, the east halt Section  ���    n,
10 chains east;     1601     v . iper pub ished nt   v_r_   m-   ,   ��� , Jsection .-.   th' norih
��' "���  "���"' ""���'"- ^ 23- Commencing aI ,)osl . ,,���.,���,   ui!!   ,,    .. o      a* Vj;. Westminster   half Section 32,    Sections 33,   li. ":,
ing   at   a   post    planted j about 20 miles south of Kittima. i���    thereof        "'^   Sm'iCe   a^ those portions of Sectio.*: 25 an.
Dated  al  the  Ian. R    i " M,i" Tlmber Berths 280, 264 and
Ll"  i. !!.  ry.��".ce  :7-' in To���^l�� *. Range :. Wesl of
Meridian; also Sections 2. 4,
rth half and south-east quar-
ion ti. Sections 7, 8, the north
and comprising
follows:
Block  1.���Comprising that    porl ion
outside Timber Berth No. 41, Block l,i
and Timber Berth Hm4 Block 1, of Sec-I
tion 23, Township i. Range 30, West I
the iiiii Meridian,   containing an
area of 387 acres, more or less.
Block 2.���Bounded on the west to
$250 Reward
Deserted from the stee
Woodford, at the Fraser Ri\ ���
Sawmills, a Chinaman, aged abou
58, five feet nine Inches In h ig
sallow complexion, face wrinkled,
stoop ln shoulders, wa.- wearing
overalls when last seen. The
above reward will be paid by the
captain of the S.S. Woodford to
anyone giving information causing
the apprehension of the said
Chinaman.
Berth 298 Block l.and the east boundary of same produced
of such plaint in the Columbian a'ld
Daily News, two newspapers published in the city of New Westminster,
shall be deemed to be good and sufficient service of the summons upon
you.
Vou are required to enter a disp I i
note within ten days from the 31st
day of May. 1907.   at the Registrar's
Chehali8 Creek, on the east by Timber l  _- '   " --��..-.
'      mUM office at New Westminster, and if yon
j north ol  the north-wesl coi ���
A. Green's  pre-emption  claim,
dian
���'  age on   lie,
I do not so enter such dispute notejudg-
._. . northerly to ment will be signed against yon, and
Timber Berth 298 Block 2; on the i the plaintiff may proceed to foreclose
nortii by Timber Berth 264 Block 2, and sen your equity of redemption
and 298 Block 2; and on the smith by jn the said mortgaged premises
Timber Berth 254 Block l. containing'
an area of 725 acres, more or less.
Block :,'.���Commencing at the south
east   corner   of   Timber   Berth   298
ng   e.t    o    posl    planted
���   "ii he north-west eor-
���.   mm-   pre-emption claim,
eWS :   40 e-iieiins north ;
i .   cliains    north :    40
I Ins   south :   120 clieiins
ii lencement. H	
_cing   at   apost    planted   more or less, to shore then "alon
- m.  of the south-wesl   .
ni  No,   26,  then  running
ilns  w.-si ;  t'i chains
chaei.- ��� .esi ,    and  40  chains
No. i'I   '��� immeni In ; at posl planted
out 1    mih    north of Har teri  Bay
iu   ��� asl    bank   i ;'  Klttlmat  Arm    on
il tw:.'-.- iury 1 . n 1  thence   10 chains
east. |e." ch    is noi th, 10 chains west,
^^^ shore
���oint
No.
of commencement.
i lommeni In ; at post planted
i ��� 	
������    ��� im .   ol Kil In m   Amid   on
rlawl u ���.   Island on a   small crei k,
''leiie.' 120   chains south.  40   cliains
nt ol commenci ment
..-    al    a   post     i-i ���      i
irth  of  the south-wesl
m  No,   26,  th.-ri  running
��� mmi,is  west; 40  chains
��� ��� .-, ,   4u ch.iiiis  ii..ithi     	
���'"���              ,          least. 40 chains north, 40 chaWeas.
ng   at    a   post    planted   ,n     h , '        i-nains east
���    ��� . ..: the north-west cor- cnam       ,   ,v   w
��� n's pi.-.'inption  clah      i h ilns  north    Ifl chain ���
iws:  !.;������ chains we bI . '       l"Jins
the south-west quarter Sec-   Block -.'hence north-easterly at right
e south-easl quarter Section   'An*h's to the   easterly boundary   of
!"- ''-i" south half Section 16, the south :sail' Berth 29S Block 2. 2 miles' thenc.
,���, iw"T n""1 ""���" ""s notlce'   ha!f and the north-west quarter Sec-   north-westerly al right _n_i.,. ���- i   ?
Ten ztz:tTi ,,v i",dor tion it- ,he north hau���* -*-����course'54 ��^'i---^ :>
Inter s,    '    }. JJT__nd 1     Tf ""   T     Cti<"1 '^ "" S��Uth ha" an'] ' ^ " '^ ang'eS to ,ast ^2
any unreLteJ ,���^     y.   ^ ��f   ~rth-we8t 1uarter Section    19,   and  mil^ to easterly' boundary   of   said,
re sons nl. '^trument, and ali   those portions of   Sections 1,2,   the   Berth 298 Block 2; thence south eas
e so s^ claiming any  interest in the   east half Section 11, and Section 12.   ^ along said  b_undarj    o pfa'ce o*f'
1   llT:^'h0B6 tiUe iS, W'^ ��f   Tlmber Bert^ 272 and 302, | beginning, excluding   therefrom   any
Dated this 23rd day of May. 1907.
J.  J. CAMBRIDGE,
Registrar.
y.ry;:: �� ~-j-<*.~ik*-^^^���'^,2 S=m3 ='.Ue1,7w_S\���TSS���_?���___ omcs ,
'���' "  K":   '   R'8i"��   '"���    """   ""   '"��� MCTI"""    "'"   ��-K�� '-. the  ***���' 'all .e.���,n _. s,���. ron' ���k clt). 0, Hu,i'.ft* ���'
th�� ���,���.i,     an area of Sfii _.,.���,      _    . 5 hu0��������_   ._   ... .     r-"lJ!lana. ���'
also    Secti
IN THECOUNTY COURT Of- WESTMINSTER, HOLDEN AT NEW
WESTMINSTER.
To Thomas Walbanke Gral ime:
TAKE XOTICE that, a plaint has
been entereel ard a summons jssii"!
against you in the above County Court
by the Yorkshire G,'araniDe & Securities   Corporation,  Limited,    a   body
it
I'M'  chains east;     l '
,.:    ,   ... .
.... moie oi  le
..
north,   10   chains   west,  40
west, to point
:.   -.    MOODY,
.;.  \ ANDALL,
i ill.
I .���..   ton
Man h 21,
. ��� ��� 111 ��� ��� ���: m i ��� n t^^^^^^^^^^^^���
N'o. 20. I omm' ni i   t al post plante 1
om   mil quartei   wesl
:.     '    , m \lllagi . on tii"
north bank of bay, thence ICo chains i
^^^^^^^^hww ubl.LlUll I ^   ^^^^^^^^_____________________________,
forever  estopped  and   debarred from   east  half Section 21. and  the south-' an area of S64 acre-^ more ["' less
setting ,.;, anv claim to or in respect   east quarter Section  25,  Township  .,      B1"ck  ^--Commencing at    a point
i   ,.���,  -   ���   - Range 2. West of   the 7th Meridian, j ��n ^easterly  boundary of Timber
containing an area of   1:^,025    acres,
more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
one year after the date of the notice
awarding the berth,
The regulations  under  which a li
of the said land so sole! for taxes
as provided by the 'Land Regtsiry
Acl "
Take
dat
NOTICE.
:'  ':      '!' '     thirty days after
Berth 302 Block 1, 5 chains southeasterly from the north-east corner
thereof; theno- south-easterly along
said easterly boun !..:.. S > cliains,more
or less, io the angle in said east
boundary of Timber Be.:ii 302; thence
-���"���   ������������^���������M
. ������-���"������ $^f��faa
���  ��� ��� -..-..-....- J*  i i       I h____l
bPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Mini, ui Lan Is with
|' ��� In  British i
saded I ��� any pi i
 he i.i of a family,
r Is j ears of   age, to
, larter   seel ion ol
less.
le p* ; ional     at
e fur I he d sl rh t in
- situate.
\       esteadei  i, required to p*
tions connected there
the : ill iwing plans
| months' residence
1: :  ' a of   the lan l in
. ars.
her (or mother, if thi
:   ' , ol the homestead
���mi. In the vicinity
i for,   the   require-
ii ��������� may he satl ::��� I
���   resl ling   with   the
.
II lhi
Mmm,      Ol
thence   100   Works for a license I , cul and ca
north,   10  chains  ������ -
to  Indian   Rese n 	
chalu ���        ong   Reserve   line  to I away timber from
e to  i "is;'   ol   cribed lands:
nent.
\V. II. MOODY,
FRAXK   VAXDALL,
Local irs.
���ed -A   ril Gth.  1007.
'"tend to make application to  cense 'vil1    b"   'ssued,    also printed  north-easterly, at right angles t
   '���--   ",-Mi" a ma  io    .  ~i    "'ov  ..euiecij ���"'-"v. ne. iisui angles ti) last
less   :''" Chief Commissi .,. ���- of Lands and   Corms "' u'",h'1' an' envelope, mav be! course following the boundary of r_ih
icre      U'nel..:   .- ,,.    .,    11,. ... .. .    ,.__._ ! nhtnlnoH   ���, t   ,1,1.   1^  . r>c.(U    ���.-,.-.      ...      .     .
X i I.
1 on
obtained at this Department or at me |
office of the Crown Timber Agent at   westerly
tjle ! Berth 2'1'2. 40 chains;    thence nortii
trailed    to first course SO
New Westminster. B. C. " j chains,  more or less,  to    correspond
Each '-nder must be  accompanied   wlth !en-h of   first c0:lrse;    ,,u',lct'
    arry
ie followii g  i s-
-Commencing  it a pos   ; lant-
ie   wes; side of   Twenty-Five K-.^     ____________________________________���
: by an accepted cheque on a chartered I south-westerly    paralled
NOTICE.
N'i iTICE Is    hi re ij    given thai  30
late, we intend to apply to
C'liiiinissinner     of  ..^ .
Lends   and   Worka    for    a    special Sharpe's Xo. 1   post;    thence wesl   10
twn       in- chains; thence south 50 chains; thence
��� ���   -                    ollowing    described mmm-    SO   chains;     thence   north    - i
tinted  In the  coasl   district; chains;    thence   west    in   chains, to
[planted   head point of commen. un 'nt,
Bi ni iliti'ti JAMES Si IARPE.
'   0 ioker Staked April 29, 1907,
...   north  i" Mb,iins. west 	
favour of the Deputy of the I course    4;| chalns* t0    l'oin- of com
W '��� Creek an I marked James Sharpe,   MInister , ,- ,;,.. interior, for the am- | mencement, containing an area nf a"
N'o.   I   posl:    then ������>   10 i hains  west; ''
thence soutl   50 i hi In  ; 'hence east .0
Ins; thenc*  north    11 hains; thence
"���' ��0 chains, i    point of commence-, e8_arilv accepted.
::!",l!' X, tender by tele
X i.   2.- -Comment ing    at     a     p ist   ��� ... Li;:., |
planted one  mile    south    of    .lames
'Minister of the Int* ri  ���.-. for the am- j mencement, containing an area of 320
';: '    :" the '   nus which the applicant   acres, more or les.
N-r.:';.!:"':'::" Eora ;i   '���' Block5-Commencinga-tapointon
.;-'!L:;"~:   '; "'   :""'^^ ^c-   the easterly shore of Chehalis Lake
' 50 chains  southerly
iph  will be en-
alonj
licensee! to carry on business in fie
Province of British Columbia, and
having its head office for the said
province at the city of Vancouver, for
the sum of $1369.89 for principal, interest and taxes due by you to the
said company, under and by virtue of
a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated
the 25th day of May. 1893, whereby
in consideration of the sum of $"e00
advanced to you by the said company
you mortgaged to them the south-east
quarter of Section 9, Township 11,
Xew Westminster District. Province
of British Columbia,    to    secure the
_ " "j Isaid sum of ?.",00 and interest thi reon
.-(.con, i
at 10 per cent per annum, and an order has been made that the publication of a notice of tho entry of such
plaint in the Columbian and Dailv
Xews, two newspapers published i;i
the city of Xew Westminster, shall bo
deemed to lie good and sufficient ser-
PERLEY G.
KEYES,
Secretary.
      [from   northerly
end of   said lake;    thence southerly    .       . .,
vice of the summons upon vou
said easterly shnrp of loi.-c   o,/
shore of lake, 2%
x" cliains, east
loutl 10    cliains,    easi
1             iutli '    chains,    easl
. Iiains,    - mtli Ifl  i Iiains,    west
Inl -   ninioncement
i ���::   M'L.vn
V in ���
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Tenders   for   License   to   cut   Timber
on  Dominion  Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED   TEXDERS
idressEd      .
Depar ment of the Interior.
Ottawa, April 25th, 1907.
Tenders for License tc Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
SEALED TEXDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner of Dominion Lands.
Department of the Interior, and mark-
d on the envelope "Tender for Tim-,
ber Berth  X . 519," will  be received
 "j ....--,.    m.       .   ...    .i  .\... ..um.    win   ne receive
HLIX   LUMBER   CO.,  lhe Commissioner ol Dominion Lands,   al   this Departmenl    until   12  ,.'���'...
I  TII      I I. ,���,���������    ..,-   .1, ,   e :  ... , . l     l
LTD.
1907
I lepartmenl of I' e Interior, and mark
'AK
\ND   REGISTRY  ACT.
.mi  Wednesday,  the Sth day of June,
OTICE that a     ;.- tion has   1E-07,  for a  license  I i cul  timber on
���   has his [i m    in
:i farming land own
vli Inlty of his borne
foments   as  to resl
e l    ly restdeui ���    !
In writing should
mnnlssloner eef He
'ttawa of Intention
l_ VI
��� ' .egi-'��� - Florence Marj
i -        In Fi e Sinipli
fax Sal*   Dei    fi  m The Cor-
iration of tl to   Rm naby, lo
;        e    nningl hearing date lie.'
il   Marcl    \. D., 1902, en' all
certain  ] arcel   or
.    .     I ami iltua
e Dl       t ol Xew
Wesl mil        .   ' Provln      of Brl-
parti* .m.m
I
l| ii
Ms ma. be purchased at Jin  tish   Col imbla,
known and i ed as subdivisions
2   ami 21 of sub lie Ision "A" of lol 29,
'-oal and $20 for an-
1 " than   320 acres
-   erne  individual  or
s   '  Uo ' '��� ai the rate of ten
��� 000 pounds shall be
1    "on!1: -out pill.
W. W. CORY,
Minister of the In-
Berth X.e. 516, comprising lands situ-
p.li In the 1':-.m. Ini e of British Columbia, and described a sfollows: ���
Timber Berth Xo, 316, comprising
Si i Ions 27, 28, 31, " I, an I the E isi
halves of Sections 29 an i 32 In Township IS, Range 23, Wesl of ti:,- G h
Mi . lian, i ontainlng an area of 5
- r|iiai.' mih -. i      i or
Tl:,- berth mi -' be surveyo I within
one year    fter late of thc notice
i\*   ��� ling 11 ���'' h.
The regulations under which a license, will be Issued, also printed
terms Of tender and envelope, ma;. ' e
ni tanied al this Departmenl or al I he
office e>f the Crown Timber Agent at
of CT cliains on said east shore, meas
ured at right angles to the general
bearing of said easterly shore of lake
within the block, containing an area
of 1,340 acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within one year after the date of the notice awarding the  berth.
The regulations under which a lice nse will be issued, also printed
forms of loader and envelope, may be
ol lained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber .Agent at
Xew Westminster. B. C.
Each  tender must   be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank  In favour of the  Deputy of the
Minister of ihe interior,  for the a:u-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J ount of    the  bonus  which  the appli-
:.. eand described as follows: _..,, !s prepared to pay for a license.
Timber Berth   X".  519,  comprising      \0 tend r by telegraph will be en-
ise portions of the following lands   tertained.   The highest or any tender
which He to the west of Chehalls Lake   not necessarilj   accepted,
and outside of Timber Berth 302 Block PERLEY G.  KEYES,
2, n ���:: ly, S ctions 26, 27, the north g(   ,.-ar>,
half of Section 2S,   the south half of   p.. ,       ::; ,,r the Interior,
Otl   ������- i.   \ iril 24th, 1907.
"T- I    You are required to enter a dispute
miles in direct distance, with a depth !_..     ^^^*
inote    within ten days    from the 31st
day of May. 1907,    at the Registrar's
office at Xew Westminster, and if >ou
I do not so enter    such    dispute n-,'o
judgment will be signed against you,
and the plaintiff may proceed to foreclose and sell your equity of redemption in the said mortgaged premises.
Dated this 2.rd day of Mav. 1907.
,T. J. CAMBRIDGE,
Registrar.
. :; on  Wednesday, the 24th day of
ed mi the envelope "Tender for Tim-   ruly, 1907, for a license to cut timber
ber Berth Xo. 516," will be received al   on  Berth  Xo. 519, comprising    lands
this Departmenl  until 12 o'clock noon ; situate In the P 'ovlnce of British Columbia   in 'ii"   wesl side of Chehallsi
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British  Columbia.
''!ll)|^^^^
lubllcntlon of
will nol be pi! i
pores
H��RE   LEASES.
I
given thai, 60 days
'' od  io apply to the
Commissioner  of  Lands
,,.. "se of the foreshore
and milling pur-
tn,,,,,1 ' Hie whole of a bay.
i... "''  Independent   ll:n .
' 'It   lu- .        ���,
' ' '������ s Bouth of the
' 'sland, on the ensl
Al'o. and aboul two
���  Kildala  Arm.
I    . 1007.
���   ''      '   DDY,   Locator,
NK V-*\DALL. Agent,
l.
y,Mi mm I . ach of  are hereby require : to  i ntesl   Ihe claims of the
uirch is m    Ithla    irt*  Me,, days  Xcw  Westminster,  B,  C.
the date flrsl publication      ,...,..,,  tender  mus: be accompanied
.. ...Is notice, oth rwlse l shall regis-  |,v all accepted cheque on a char	
.,,   ,-;   ,.,,   Mai    Eveleigh as owner  h.1Mk |n favour of the Deputy of the
Viul  I hereby direel   Minister of the Interior, fo rthe am-
notice for thir-  ount of the  bonus  which the applies..
The hlghesl or any tender not nori ssarllv accepte i.
Dated at the Lanu rvegisir.i  ve,.,.,     No tender by telegraph will be en-
Vc-iminsi-r   Province of llrilisli   tertaineel.^,^^^^^^^^^^^
(,olu|i]M ,  ,,.,.. ',-,., ,i.,v ,.!' A.n.11. A  P.. PERLEY  (1.   KEYES
190
S ction :       the    south half and the
:;4. Sec- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
tloi    :". Township 5, and  Sections 1,  IN THE COUNTY COURT CFWEST-
:   If of Sei Ion 3, the north minster,   holoen   at   new
easi quarter of Section L0, Section 11, WESTMINSTER.
i: ' south h: If e :' Section 12, the s mth �����
Hiartei  of Se tlon  14,    and the To Helen Johnston of Xew Westm!:*.- |
tax
from
of - ii
in fee.
ilication of
!   VS   ill   :i  el
c'.Mri.M' S"c:iii:i   I  in       r'.'r,  B. ^^^^���_^^_^^_^^^^^^^_
Township 6,   all in Range 1. Wesl of     TAKE   XOTICE   that a plaint his | Kan��
the 7th  Meridian, containing an area   In en ent red  and  a  summons  issued
of 4,310 acres, more or less. i against you in the above County Court
T'i ��� berth mus; be survey..,! within  by the Yorkshire Guarantee & Secu-
one year after the date of the notice. ri ties Corporation,   Limited,    a  body
SEALED TENDERS addressed :��� I ie
Commissioner of Dominion Lai Is,
Department of the Interior, and m 'lied mi the envelope "Tend ���:��� ''nr Tim-
I her Berth No. 522," v.-ill be received
al this Departmenl until ill o'i 1*
uoon on Wednesday, the 17th da; of
July, 1907, for a license t i cul timber,
on tie.nil No. .":'". comprising lands
situate in the Province of British C >1-
umbia, and described as follows;
Timber Berth No, 522, comprising
the nortii half, the south-east quarter
and the north half of the south-wesl
,.\v:!"i;.M'..' ;hc berthj
The regulatl ms un ler   which a 11-
��� ense will be   issued,   als'i    printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be   Provlnci
corporate, having its head office at
the city of Huddersfleld, England and
licensed  te)   carry  on  business  in  thc
p!i:ili.;li- prepared lice>_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���lc,���   v
^^^^^^^^^^^m ^��� this Department or at the having   its head offlce
of
Vill   iie
,ood
e,i mi N'ew Westminster wil
and sufficienl sei id* e ib irool
at tiie Land Registrj   Office,
New Westminster, Province of British  tertained.
ihis 25th daj o   ^prll, A. D.,
C,   s.   KEITH,
Districl Registrar.
To  l..  A. Bayne, Esp.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through eet under
and   all persons claiming any
���   |n   :!," mm!   land hj   villi: '
,, l  instrument, and all
!    ],,    ng an    In ���'"' '  il; :1;"
whei i title  I
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa,  April  6, 1907.
. N. Draper
them,
inter
any   i
perso
sai. I
il
essarily accepted
No tender by telegraph will be en
tertained,
PERLEY G. KEYES,
j Secretary.
 I Department of the Interior.
Hard Block.   New Wastmlnster, B.C. Ottawa, A;;'! :, 1907.
British  Columbia,   and
      ..._       for the said
if_ ',' of the Crown Timber Agent at province at the city of Vancouver,for
Xew Westminster, II. C I the sum of $1800.01  for principal, In-
Each tender must be accompanied | terest and taxes due by you to tho
by an accepted cheque on a chartered said company, under and by virtue of
.ink in favor of the Deputy of the a certain Indenture of .Mortgage dated
.Minister of the Interior, for the am-1 the 20th day or May. 1892, whereby
ounl of the bonus which the applicant in consideration of the sum of ?(",oo
Is prepared to pay for a license. advanced to you by the said company.
The hlghesl or any tender not nee-' you  mortgaged    to  them  the  Bouth-
wist quarter of Section 10, Township   essarily accepted
| quarter of    Section   13, Townshl
West of the 6th Meridl m,
containing an area of 0.87 square
miles, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
one 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 ' s
obtained at this Department or at th.e
offlce of the Crown Timber Agen; at
Xew Westminster. B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favour 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 nee
B. C. Land
Surveyor
l!. Xew Westminster District, Province of British Columbia, to secure
tin1 said sum of |600 and interesl
thereon al 11 per cenl p ir annum,
land an ord";- Ins been ma I" thai the
publication of a  notice of the entry
No ten ler by telegraph will be en-
tertained,
PERLEY (1. KEYES,
Secretary,
Dep tftment of the Interior,
Ottawa, May 17. 1907. THE   DAILY  XEWS.
THURSDAY, M.
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SPECIALS
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS  FRUITS - Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
r_    1  1*      n 1      Ci GEO-   ADAMS
rubhc impply stores     prop.
DARING REPLY SENT
TO POPE'S CENSURE
THE ITALIAN PRIESTS PROTEST
AGAINST PONTIFF'S RECtftT
ACTION.
rFARM FOR SALE-)
Vim^m Tf^r ___________m��B_^^
In fine location; 20 acres cleared; house worth
$2,000; barn 65x90; other good buildings, all
new; good bearing orchard; first-class water;
school and post office.
Price,   -    -
$4,500
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths7 Coal in stock.
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OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
Rom*'. May 29.���A group - f Italian
priests have issued a remarkable open
letter to the Pope. Ii Is a daring r* -
plj to the censure uttered I y his holiness in liis allocution of April 17
Against the mosl modern school ol
ecclesiastics, and ii accuses the pontiff of violating the rights oi eon-
science in his treatment oi Father
Murri and other priests, FatherMurri
was suspended from the pries'thood
for criticising the Vatican's policy.
The letter contends that Kim,.mm
Catholicism should abandon its archaic position and by recognizing the
| claims of science and democracy regain its bold on mankind. It vindicates the right of th- young men In
the church to a certain amount
liberty in their work foi her a:i I
strongly criticises certain pontifie i
appointments to high i!iM;-.i:!, .. The
Pope is charged also with paralyzing
the work and Inst I I Ions 01 his re-
decessor.
| Floorglaze
namel
* IS READY FOI'  JSE.
v      It dries hard over night, with
���_���'     a high gloss, and
fi
;���;
1 Wears On the Floor
I      ���Not Off
Soap and wat< r d< es nut
mar it.
It wears as well on Outside as Inside Moors.
Use it on your Inside
Floors. Ve randa anil
Porch Floors, Outside
and Inside Stairs or
Steps, and wherevt r you
want  a durable
Hich Gloss Enamel Finish.
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
The "Stay Srtisfoctoiy"K&i��c
During the past month tiie demand for The Monarch
Malleable Range has exceeded all previous records.
This more than proves the satisfaction and wear this
valuable range has given to purchasers, as it is only
through recommendation that sales greatly increase.
RYSON  &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
;i ������' Agents for "KLEXO." "8*
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BLASTING   TROUBLES.
Clearing Ground in  Burnaby Leads to
Legal   Interference.
Blasting stumps may be a necessity, but like many other necessities il
Is - one that needs careful handling,
and experienced mon at the he ol
affairs. Tin's was pretty well demonstrated yesterday, when two Burnaby
. residents  o:.y ared   11 I in   Magistrate
Pittendrigh to '"li  their troubles.
It appears that a man named Ho -
brook had been blasting out s ime
stumps in the vicinity of Mr. Shannon's home, and Shannon, thin lng
that proper warning was nol given
when the blasts were set off, remonstrated with him. Tho argumeni evidently waxed warm, as shortly after
Shannon arrived in the cty, requesting
that Holbrook be arrested and bound
over to keep ti;,' peace. During tli*'
��� ca aination y< st< i lay. counsel for the'
prisoner ask* I Shannon if he was
i fraid of him. "Yi s i mmm" :��� ��� \
Shannon, "J am that much afraid of
him, that I won't *_ ill; th* Is al* ne
but take 'ie,- back roada to get to my
: place.    Ho might  i.i- with   i club
' any time."
Several more qui stions b iving I een
asked by the lawyer for the d* fi nd-
ant, thi magistrate adjoti n< : the
case until next Wednesday to allow
tli" prison* r 'ite!.. to collect hi. evidence.
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A magnificent selection of
handsome boxes containing
LOWNEY'S
CELEBRA TED
CHOCOLA TES
JUST RECEIVED
Just the correct present for
a young man to give his
lady fricr.ds. THEY appreciate  them.
T.A.Muir&Cos
DRUG  STORE
Ellard Block,
New Westminster
LATEST  BEAR  STORY.
Eruin   Attacks   Three    Men.   Captures
and Carries Off One.
Tisdah .  Sask.,  M ty 2S'.���Nev -   h  -
: e en  received hi re  of a   -   ,
which occum d ite 'i.e. bush n�� ar Mi- -
tim.    While J. ii. Mcintosh, William
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OUVENIRS
for mailing to friends, or taking with
you, be sure and examine the oiled ion
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NEWSDEALERS
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I Electric Railway Service f
Interurban    Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hoar from ���"e:.",|i a. m, to 11:30
],. m.
City Limits Line���Service from
6:15 a. in. to n   p. m.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and V.
30 Minute Service���During remainder of day. Transfer at
Leopold Place,
Sunday   Service   halt-hourly   between S a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Service  from C.25  a.
te,   to  11   p.m., except  between.
12 and  2, and 5 and  7, during J
which hours tho service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service   half-hourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
X British Columbia Eiectric Ry. Co.,Ltd
FROM $2.50 PEB YEAR IIP
We cordially invite
you to inspect them
at any time.    :    :    :
OREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
iP'Vs .' i,Trf
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The Westminster Trust
ind Safe Deposit Co., iw.
F. J. MART,
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aboul 50 yards from their camp _ big
' bn     .  ,   i    |e i | hi m and i v am   he
river after them.    When    within    25
yards of camp the bear charg* i and
two of the men were   abli  to gi I In
and close the door.   John Wilson, who
acted as cook, was n I  .,���> fortunate,
bul he Blipped around the back of the >
building.   The hei r then attacked the
door of the cabin and Wilson, coming
found from the I ack, fell    righl Into
tho hear's arms,   The bear killed him
up againsi   the door of the building,
the other two heing unable to gel oui
One of Ho. party pul ten shots rrom a
32 revolver Into the hear through an
"i" ning In the building, bul with nol
effect,   The  bear  afterwards carried ;
the dead  man aboul  150 yards when
he was shot by another party,
Wotiots Whitewear
Good and Inexpensive
It   takes   careful   buying   these   days on  our  part tn "~"~"
best values   in   all   noods  of cotton manufacture     |n ,      pr��CUr�� trj
garment sto sell  at the prices which     we   quote  'p ln9 to ha^.
our aim to give our old time values,  atthouoh   in ���~��. ���      as b;:��
do so with  less profit to ourselves. nc�� w.
Women's   Cambric   Drawers���In     ilain  -  ���   fani
40c   to     '   ���">���.
Women's   Cambric   Night   Dress:s with    nl_li    .        '-"
embroidery   Insertion    trimmings; amone th, ,
popular round  low nock;  each,  Boc, ..I. $!.r,
Women's   Cambric   Underskirts     With     th* "��� JiOl
this season so Bheer and adaptable  for  wear n ���    >,i.,
"Hue;  jt ic
bul natural to expect a we ilth of trimming
-   great  variety shown In o n   selection*;  eai
White Chemise    All sizes;  each,  50c to     '��������� IH
Corset Covers  -In  great  choice ol   materials and  ������ ��� �� .
'.'���   (M
the newest  Btjles shown is    ,,   ���     entire
wiili shoulder straps; i ach, li
SPECIAL   LINE   AT  A   SPECIU.   PRICE.
This lin*' Is not mentioned at the pri. i     ;iven a
by itself for special value .
Women's Corset   Covers  and   Drawer!    ���
in the im are several soiled   ln* ��� om   li <
majoritj  of this special lot     ���    .   nd  m
before,  I ghl  only with an ide;
ni   fro m   the  White Wi ar De\      ment,
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W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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I THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia St.
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Extra Good
$150C.:
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House on  Vsh street, conv* aii ni   to cai   an 1 F*
rooms   	
Fourth avenue, modern house, six roo mi    near i
20 acres on North Road, unimproved,    firsl    cla
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DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THCS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSlRANCE
i i'.   i good   tock Is good Fl D    We keep the
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and  u i   CAKXEFAC,
LADIKS have you tried i ho P   I      I lo n u i lo
Milling Company,   If nol T* li   b* i e BH I and try it; tin
obtained  are excellent,
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
Telephone 33j.
Sultan's  Troops  Routed.
Madrid,   May   21),   Dispatches   re-
i ceived her., from Melilla, Morocco, say
thai the rebellion of the pretender ha i
routed the sultan's troops with great I
loss.
"Quality and  Price"
When yon get supplies for Lhe pantry you want il"'"1
fresh,     Then when you want good
TEA   AND   COrrEE
why don't yon call on the man who makes a special
of them, nml *.r*'t value for vour money?
Edmonds Tea Co.
6tii St., nexl in Columbian #e
Phone 309

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