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 fll SHILES & CO
Real Estate
See page 4. TELEPHONE 85
V()|.i ME 2, NUMBEK Mi;
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Fire Insurance
See Page 4.
TELEPHONE 85
NKU   WKSTM1NST��R, B. CM TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1!H��7_;: , 10 CENTS PER WKEK
\SAN FRANCISCO CARS     LACROSSE PLAYERS      BIRDS OE DARKNESS    HOLY ROLLERS PLUNGE
ARE HAVING A REST      OUT EOR PRACTICE     BUILD NEST IN CITY      /yy ICE-COLD WATERS
\
I Tramway Employees Walk Out    Strike Breakers Prepare
to Operate System   Under   Directions   of  James
Farley-Situation Is Peaceful, But Precautions Are Taken.
;_d
SHIRTS SHOW UP WELL AND   EROTHERHOOD   OF   r'WLS    INSTI
ARE      IN      FINE     CONDITION-
GOOD  PRO.P_.TS.
TUTE LODGE���TERRORS
ITIATION   ON   FRIDAY.
IN-
I
Maj  ���'-.    Ha\
.
,  , Ighthour  'iei;.   and ..
���
. .   ...... m* n       n
,
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.    ared.  a     '  : ���    ���       i
-     ���
t.rd  ..  ...
i ���
were In .
inclscu       i        d
'
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ed    -           oi
..    , |
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��� .    <_ hich ext. nd
i
ot ces Posti
een .locks wa    i   m
. Ignifi. anl  lo
Strike   Breakers   on    Hand.
.
-' -
���   opei ated on    h.   Iii ���
Th.   situ
.   re
���
���
���
Cl   :
oda       il ...
. mmi,   ,in  atte
. ��� -iniM-    o]   . ation
now  a numbi i    ������
. ���   Its barns in diffe
��� h*    cit; .   and   t. mi
ai rang, d foi   i h.
ii* n as well ,.
n.      Pro\ lsl ';-
nun
of imr.endin .-    th.    sain*
itlioritl
ent an       - -   ...   p. a ���
Pr* -i .' ni Corneliu ���   C
union  receiv*     a tei.
VV. D.  Mahon, : r. -i.i' nl ol the I i
natioi .  -, ��� ;.
���   ��� ,vhen the;
.ret tho rl        ��� .   . ine
.....    ,  .
the Queen'
he old
'       .       '     M  ii ��� ���  M     '
man      - and
.    : ���
���..,      hough  the; d
-    h*
ne of th
[risked ai   ind
'e   the  re irin_    th*
eans cause
....
���  .. ...
���   . : ���   '    ���
--.-......       Me.
-     Gil
ii .. s,  and,   o
theii
��� . m     ,.    les fii   to
Carpenter Leader of Creffieid's Crazy Followers Bapt
Converts   in   Puget   Sound    Faithful  Speak  in
Parables Uttered in Foreign Jargon
Understood by Elect.
izes
,
. m
e buildin
evei     pen*
id
ieen   stored    In    the
ippllances foi
' he      nil '     mm .. ��� :
i th.   , reparat l< mi   a -
is evldeni    thai
:-   to run cars at first
e . :     covered     y  the
il  :\ - ati  mp   wil)  be
le ibe.  minoi lines
Civic League Takes Hand.
��� '���.   ���' lng abo il a ; eace-
the   t rik.   a
leav.     Hoi   S       ...    .rkansas    to
fo i   Sai   '      .
Notorious  Farley Arrives.
���I:.!..        Fi Ii.     noted
��� r, has arrived In th    city.
Thi   Iron   workers' strik.   show s no
ing. en   still  hold       i
nd     No violence i     ���    iried
Many of th. . nen ar
in I     ���     :    losing all saloons
e continuan rhe strl        id may
;i -I. the ie. iyoi  to   lo
���
and  Ga
thai   old   wai   hoi -��� .  Alt x       i   .. .: .
t as fast i    evei an !
:.   - that ie-..  ������ ill '���'������ ar the colors  one.   mor.   thl i year,    but    w
m '   ,        i.i his ol I  ;������ siti ��\
��� ���    ���      ';   :    time he v
energi.
. - ndt     b;        . ..     ..-
en som   ��� i.'��� ��� ���'
or    nn ''.id
t*    Iwell
Mil'. '.11
....      r ihej
.). M, Mellis and F. A. Carlow, o     r,
Jon     '  I      -    :   , ;,'o-
���    Ins     iting a  1 -mm,   In  this    it.
    Friday has been fix- I for
Initiation night, and already over
-' ���' nt, citizens hav. been found *'ill-
m     to bn   ���     he ten ors of  a   fii _hl
.
lull
to
Se i   tie,   >I_    .;. ���Open air bap     ,,,
in the iii  i ol ! waters ol Pugt I sound
are the Iat.       ���    ure of the peculiar
rites carri. I oul  al the Jon. e   -v* au.
.vli   ion,   uanani,     i ne   memner.    oi
conn    nly  known I here ������ i
Holj  Roi ers      >.   ������    | pe.son
two   mm n   . i mn : .        i��t ���
waisl <]< i ,e Ini i ' he water ai Pi    un   I
Deae h,  a   mil*    evei I ltd    in
were th* n completely Immers -.1
Ml
I .  -. hen ib*' mental sl   iin bee   ,
bearanu.    tne    congregation    v   ua
il.   Into a h; mn  o    ���   eei
Ruled   by   Unseen   Force.
i ���'.'   climax ' ami   �� hen    ma
ent, ;    ...    as if  iom<
. m    egan
'   ��� t e
'.. .)   ana   even   '
Tin y v.i re able to 1
:i    ....... .......        ... |
leader of the sect, Charles Tonnoson,  a   erwaro,  and   maae ol n  s
' carpenter, [stand  them, although  they   did    not
The same ceremony has '   en    er-1 know  whal  they were  serum    __.__-
I
.. h   th    wfthered   b. ighs
I I re      Ma
any more will
due* I  to join   b* fore   th.   end
wee!    and      -   organizo
hi vi   al  .. asl  a hund ed m* m
' S   ' .relay.
Mi.  ,\!' His  is  well   knot* n   loi a .
' yed lacrosse here ye en's ago,
and several of the old time stick '
formed on Sundays during the "
when ii was raining or very c ild. Ton- over them
im ion s followers are all Scandinavians. The-.- believe thai the world is
anoui in come to an end and n ive
become se, noisy thai the police h ve
. leoeii obliged to Interfere, Lasl uie'.".'
an evangelisl from Portland took ih<
place of the regular leader, and ma le
num..   converts.
Old  Men Jump.
While some member of the congregation would rise and exhorl the oth-
i.   -' iv<-s.   i e. ause 'lie-  sptrn  bad      me
SLASHING ATTACK.
Hamilton    Presbytery    Referred
L1--complimentary Terms.
I. ���    have  , u'   down   I in      n  n
. dmission   into   the   new   orde
lor
ers   io   prepare  tor   the   next   wina,
accused     tbe
:'                   itions. and will c   -                                                                    moaning.    Women worked themselves      He
tain ��� mak.  good there.                           ,1 : '  " have ,""'n ��n'   ":  "" '   '    ���,:���   nystertcs.    utd   men, leaped   io   blocking   the  wheels
Tommy Gifford and   Ha    ,   Latham,   ' '  . f ��sh Columbians   who a-mi-    n.   ^   ag   |f  gome  ^   Q{  ;.; ���..,   ^^ ^.^
IllDERMAN GARRETT    |
lECTS TO SHACKS
RETURNED MEMBER OF COUNCI'.
EOARD SUGGESTS IMPROV -VE-
BOARD     SUGGESTS     IMPROVE-
31   I :i),,..:
mi. no beati :    li
���  ei-  .    ���
love ol       - ���    ��� i__-
..    ,vel    in.  ��� ��� ���   ���
���i   i
le
ization, but th.    uatt*      ..      ���
: ..' .....
C.    mi nications,
i ��� -   ..    m '���    o In    .'
men ...        Isfa
u*    in which
their dutie
.   .. i   the n        -   : -���
'.....
...���e-i fii* ...
r. .!. Hurt ,m ���
vi -  ���   oui   an i   In it*   ol  their  reassert! at the      .vill   ,..������
iu  n l] ;.   tl ��� . :
.    .i                        ires        lo'
. - -          ...         lhat they wil
.. ,   - n the 1*
ill  .-'I I   !..
ere on th    field i    ' ��� -d
. . :      Eichoff v ...   ���
���
\\ inti     . ��� .  :
.. ���:   -
.   :
Ol   lol
iii- Sti .
li.    til
���
'.
'
��� Ian    su
n  , Rei
1..  .
.Ml-
I to fi
- i n _
pass*
M   |
ever.
tloi
.......       ���   .   iave ha*
mes I hal some of I h* m
gagi    In l      oul      ���������
With a-noth*
���    In   shi   ���
...       ...
....
lecided     ...    agii
H*
cii imi  ' - hi ve been oni   ol   I h ��� only I
two   British  Columbians   who  ac - mill ��� I the N'ew Westminster lac  isse
t.   n   on  Its triumphal   tour    th": ugh
���   u   Canada.     For   si vera!
he   Vi       ���    .  i ry   of   the   B.C.A.L \
nd i     - - ei- ���!... Vi.       ��� : ���
���   .' . .    Mr. Cai low   i    an
all player, an   t!    .*i
1 :      ���  .     ... ..... - of the     lam  ��� 1    '���
active interest in the <        ' ��� ������
ie Owls.   Bol     ���-    lem.-t
leavt        rtl     ,.-',.      . ���.-."...
iii < ��� m the o" !* r
-   '   - - "is  i'
iVi 11 .        en
IT,    906, , ii '   - as  in
.   .-111.
mission i i
uie audience  Kept    tip    a    coirmiai
Hi mill in, May   i.���Al  a meel li .
' i<  ��� ast * nd l'e'1 sbyterians this   ev -
i ing,   v\ imam   Lees,  junior,   mi ������
-. isntng  atta,..    on    the    Hamn; in
Presbytery, referring I i II as a "vei
erable bod;- of antiquated old ; sails
who  would strike below  the belt."
Presbyter}
of  progress
'
iti
had taken possession of them, ind tl was stated that 250 Presbyterians
shook violently. Little girls sank te, who resided eas; or Urand avenue,
the tioor and roned around in np- would attend a aew church il one
parent agony, al times knocking their was built. Those who attendee] the
heads againsi the hard boards    Fin il-1 meeting subscribed $2,850.
JAPANESE IS NOT
���
���
���   "..      -.. igi
in
i
ind sev* n* uee       report
li       entlem ...
. ; ��� ��� i_.lt
.'���:���. .     ���
' n
.    .
. ol I   in    :.-    "   ���
in   .\i
���.
T.   .!
avine on
nin
m;.   def*     ���.      o tv
. ,
Ine.    R I to
ml t.
1      J.  M.    eVisi nin     of ot
ite during M
Stal ,gent G. ill*;  stated    ester-
y tha e trouhl*
ere  wil
e ampl      ip ellin    stoi
.   now  on.    S*      a]    ri    iver*   senl   to
...   1)101
Por    \l    - -  . ���   '     lay, and
most of the I : ' ei I*
M     ;
'
Ig    Me
iund R
. .  ' .....
und<
.i
. .    minsti i    .i id
....       uoval
ortunity,
lhe  cl. inlin.   -      i I
ci nn nl    sld. v .i
. h here  In ���"���   len ���    n
comm* nl   I    i   in     ie
adoptl n  In ; his
r marking en   Vider
���    '   i lon i, stal
reed   with   Mm  tnal   tne
iin snacks woul i  no
ntageous t*. the ci y, yel
ne in mind thai eastern
, in  the  majority of cases
11 ...  the  coast   .-UK's, .mei
"ie-.j i,
'"i'ii
M
nittee to i
Geo in inter,
ling publl .  n   in    Ing
be removed I
I furred  to board of wen-: 5 with 1
to act,
.1.  11. Jont s, me.die.-; heal
presented his fo ion h of
April.    Tw  - w'll.'
were  ta    n I     I    latl   i 1      Ital a
later   discharge I total        ired
case of erysipelas, was  il 0 dl - "
from  the  Isolatl m   h 1 eil      '    cm ed
1;, celved andi t"II*e_l  foi   ref*    mi 1.
W.  p. Fowle, man iger fn    ������   Rlvi 1
saw  mills,  requesting  thai   InvestlgH
SANTA TE WRKK
BRUISES TWELVE
w irl .     ���    ��� ������      ind 1 littl*
��� : hin*  in.   Optin
���   success whi.       ,       -   id   :
true Owl. all iI ir.i 1
Iful     mi    ���  .    .....     Ining
nds tl iggest
wil] sure]-,   prove   h* en*      1     to
breal I      clou    an       lisiiel
.'   .
.....    ��� '   .���   husiastlc nes       1    In
ordt r have been fi
Walla    Walla,    Waltsburg,    Pi    -
:<- nn. wick, Spokane, Seattlt m.i i I    y-
ton, Washington; Poi lan 1 and  P
City,   Ore; on;     Victoria,    Vane "vr,
Xanaimo an 1  Ladysmith,  British  ''
i ��� ton, Moscow and Co. ir
d'Alene, Idaho.
STRATHCONA
Will BE MADE DUKI
five cai::   LEA\ _
1_\      SEVhRELY
EREAK5  CUT.
TH'--   TRACK���
���J U RT���F11 El
nm
11.
greater opportunity had
to    remove    unsigntiy
uiiaingg
WlUIw |��� ,
e w"'' and were I lie ma
"M.tiiin  here, II   would be  ance. $2
Kan   e    City, M      0    Santa Fe
seuger  train   No,   I,       Ich   1.      1
,1  ; 11 ..   loci   last nil   ' i ��� ��� Cai-
n :  .. ..     |. rail, d  thli   mum nin
S'oi botn ne,   Mo.,   1        Civ.   mil  \ ea I
of Kansas City.
ry t
rcessa
r the
h'ilt..,|  ,,,.
f'iillisi,.,
ll,.
s regards Bidewalks   tne
<ast   were far ahead
tli.- matter taken j $24.50
ance.
tion i"' made of their water system.j    Ten pei
as the meter registers more than Is
used.   Referred to water committee  n
report.
K.   |],   Bntt, poundkeeper preaenl   1
his  reporl of fees  received  for April
as follows:   15 cows rei
1   horse,  $1.50;   I  call
med, $22.50,
50c;     '"U.i
issistnnce to drive, 75c;   bal-
3 75,   This was received an I
Mj
'".poii   the greater part f)]ed,
���rial,    in   concluding    ne	
:i 'lis opinion .New Wesi- The following are 'ii-   .'ii*''^'  vn^h
one    of   the    clean_-il will annear before   fudge Bole in the
sons were InJ ired -'< ven ...
nough to need the 1 ervict s of a physician. Twelve .thi r were brul ie 1
Five of the sevi n cars left the tracl;
the dining car and the sleeper alone
remaining. The coach next te. thi
engine lefi the rails, pulling the oth-
m -.. - : m. 1  l_
inftti   tc.
������
���  '-.
Chrii tl mity     .     .      h!n     la    and
.  d.   and   Its  influence pov
STRAWBERRY LEAVES REPORrr.O   '      ; : ' '   ' '      '        "'
I m ns.    Or.      In ;
TO BE OFFERED TO LATE HIGH   oeini       iteh  in   _,n     sn
COMMISSIONER. ' '       Ellglit I l| :
��� 1 h* ��� . ,    ' .   .
en - .   ..        n in town
Monl eai,  May  I ... ,.- ., u , |    ,. 1.., ,[| 1, ,���,,,, nn   Qg :
"          ' ���         ounds in politica I     |nh m Hanti     In .   nclu ling bis re-
.. Saturda,   lo the effect that .   ���                  tated  thai  ti 10 1
iture       1 the .'.'.��� 1. . :  th.     hrl 1 lan ra si lon ir
��� ' ��� ���              1   Canada's   hlsi .... -.   ...   the   v   rid   will de] - n 1
commissioner,   Lord         ithcona,      . - .,, n  china   awakes.    Th    full choir
1 "'��� '���������  "'���''���>  ���'  ! ������* '''    ��tlce   'i ��� iwas in attendance and  the old  mis-
���   '   aigh commit lont r  to  bi   1 sionarj   h; mn    w< re    rendered    nnd
placed    ,  SIi  Fri lerii .  Borden, joined In  by the gathering ln _ man-
As  Lord Strathcona's  greal  wealth ner which showed the interest and en-
has enabled him to do the honors ol thusiasm   which   the  promulgation  of
the  office   with  ee   raor��   lavish  hain th*   gospel  In  foreign   lands awakens
than any possible successor could "\  ; in the hearts of Christians the world
I which   will   be  handled   by  the   Rev.
Prof. Jordan, D.  !>.. professor of Old
''.'��� stamenl   literature  in  Queen's  uni-
Miversity,  Kingston.    His   firsl   lecture,
Th.   Old  Testamenl   as a   Prol
was delivered jestt rds y mo min 1       I
���,.   sei ond paper on Archaeologj    . i
ECT...ES , IV lg  Vl,.{. 1  yesterday
The  meeting  was opt tie. 1
.riling by the re iding    f an
- ���  ���   . -i   paper by the Rev. Dr. '.'. W.
��� Tt in  the  311  |* cl    The ( '
netni      '   1   ii        Creed an i Life."
wniie   holding    tnat    a    mint :   ���
sn ui 1   ��� n.ioy  the  utmost  iibei ty    oi
thought  and should   '     ac* >rded that
latitude by others, yel th* re w* re
ipau   tain limits Bel to thai   liberty b    tl
1,1 ���  minister's duty as a I��� a* her itt an
thodox church.   In concluding his ' '-
dn is   Dr.   1 aylor  stated   thai   ln  ' n ���
paternal   government   01   tne  > . ���   ���
the   '" :��� slastical    ������ ipp. r    and
he was of th.  same stock as the North   o'nlne  tails   havi   noi    .-. ��� 0  ���'���."
American  Indian.    He  then   wenl   on   ,,1,1  of |at6j ,,,���   were nev
to  des      .        general  outline of  :m-    |ess  8tlu in existence.    [| was ne
Islan 1  Kingdo u, and  the thn e grt it 1 sa      thai   they  slue.;,:        ,,., ::j.
had in-"! i   ominen   in the   stroye I.
making  of their history,  namely    in-      [_   lead of appealing to authorltaUve
id iction    en    Bu Idh   . .   "eudalls ,1  histi      1] 1    ed3, the  chun '1    s1,.- u 1
: ���''   civilization.    Tne  p       sti .-   -     :.,.    ,���' 0 :-, ,..   .
an abl*   rr oner traced   -. nsus 1 f religious belief, and    1 tha'
"'   ,!'"-' ���'���  end s   .uld encourage tit.- tue.-; 1   en
1 1   'ai an-  confi '��� nee In the 1 xp ���  sion of opin-
U
PROFESSOR    WICHER
ON'   ISLAND   KINGDOM���TH5<
OGI3TS   MEET   in   8ESSION.
111.    ','.. esl    im .
as    rowd   I to Its full     1 m ll ���   lasl
nighl e 0 heai  Pi ofe sor V\ Ich    . M. A .
���'   'i. 1 _ Cai., when ' ���
Iver his  let' tire on
al   the  tht ological    < onfert nee.
pi   [1   sor,   in   the   * ours*    ol   his  remarks, -.at* '1 1I1.11 the Japani ... Is nol
he   im   . ..'.. ble   and  cont. n It .1   thai
ers from the track,   The second coach,expeel I 1  lo, ll is understood thai th
turned ovi r and the car stove sei fii
to He" car and burned two coaches,
Canadian government   has deel led   1 -
iM. ���   .,     the salary attached   to   iii--
over.     Mr.   Miiinfeir-I   also   favored   Uie
gathering with a sacred s:.in well rendered and duly appreciated. The mod-
position from $ in. 100 to $25.01111. This ��� era tor of Die  synod
"�� in
!S  ��'M,,   ,,.
will appear
'rj piaci-s he had ever  county couri   today;
McCaJIum;   Crean   ���
mm ������ Co.; Schaake
FU (Ha,
Rlou.
Hie-  various commit-
"""ive.i and adopted ��1th-
Alderman Jardine '-
M'.e rs who wer.
v" months on wate   an .
tould bo < ul off fr* i.i
Cunningham  "���
3,    Sum    Life   A I-
,\I ie hia
3
\V n-ks
va    ::,,.,;.. .   I..;,, la     Com]   "M :    J
���  ,;   Flsholdand   Co.     vs.    Pei ���' ���
��� ���-      ;Vr. Its   vs,   : ��� ' ��� '
.... ���:..���: n    i'i    !'��� ���'
..... ml 0 dine.
W. J. Kerr will hold an aiicliim sal*
of Burnaby lots tonight. Heretofore
Mr. Kerr has held his Bait .-��� in tlt<
Cunningham  block,  but since enlarg-
il  is held, while not  jeuttiii); llu- com- 1
Ing high commissioner *>n the samo
footing as  his  predecessor,    will, ,1, !
least, enable him to discharge the so-j men ;" 1    .1 ei   "    .mu- ,:  ;, itewarl   trafli     "������-    .     ���
Ing his office, the sale will be held   clal dutie   of the position in a man- ological discussion m the Wesi   _a_ci   ,, ,. K R   has'returned to town after
In his own premises, where there is   ner thai will nol be   humiliating   to  Methodisi  church yesterday morning,L-Hort pleasure trip to Seattle
ample room  to accommodate a lar.     Canada,   it has also been Btated   hat  and  the-  same  gratifying  atten'dance
crowd.    The   pro] being  offered   .May _���! is the  late fixed for the d.-|was notice! at the noon and evening]    Th
si salons
Dr.   Macuae 01
Victoria, presided at  the meeting,
A large number of Presbyterian
ministers as well as interested laymen attended the opening of the the-
junfl
ion,
A   it ngthy discussion  on   Ur.  Ts
lor s a idress  foliowe d   I he  foil .
,: I lng pari;    Rev. J. T. Ferguson, M.
V,   \ '-��� ":  and  Rev,   D   Cam    -
il   \r.11 -11-111. ���
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New Testam. nl Criticism," Rev. i'i -;
Wich* :.   M.   A..   II.   !>..   San   Anselm ..
Cai,
2:80 p, in���Nexl year's conferen.
:'��� p. in.���"The Treacher's Use .f
Browning," Rev. J. M. .Millar. M. _ .
B,  IV. Xanaimo.
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JTestament," Rev. Prof. .Ionian, d. D.,
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8 p, in.���"The Foreign .Mission Outlook," w. L. Macrae, Golden. DlSous-
slon opened by Rev. .1. s. Hendeibon,
New Westminster, ami Alex. Nugent,
B.   A..   M.   1),   Djaln, India.
Is  known as Hillcresl  and  Is al   the  cree. > Ii Ib said thai His Lordship ���v*1!
corner of Eighth  streel and the Wi.^e I continue to reside In London mos' u1
id,   1    '       '-i:e"   M'i   '���    ;.
the time,
unsightly heap of boxes and
A series of six lectures on'rubbish in Iho rear of the Burr block
the value of the Bible as a teacher will Is silli in evidence, in spite of the
be the main feature of the conference| Are chiefs recent warning. .1*
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COUNCIL MEETING
Burnaby Council.
The council  mei ..n Saturday,  Ma.\
, I.  when there were    preseni    Reeve
I Byrne, in the chair, Councillors Skinner, Snide,  Love, Cliff, Anderson and
' Rumble.
Mr. Brydon-Jack, barrister, Vancouver addressed the council asking f it
a reconsideration of the council's decision not to certify their approval
of the plan of subdivision of I.lock 15,
Keefer station. He asked to be informed of any suggestions thai might
be made to meet  the council's obj.c-
I tions.    Tin'   clerk   was   Instructed  to
e.envey   in   a   letter     tei     Mr,   Bl'J'don-
Jack certain suggested alterations,
! .nnl also to refer the plan io Joseph
Martin. K. C, the council's legal :. I-
vlser.
There being no road reservation of
it!.'! feet along ilu- north section lin.
tn complete the full width of Dalhouse
road shown along the south Bection
line- of districl lol 92, the council were
unable to sanction the Issue of a c.r-
i Ificate of approval,
A plan of siilidh ision of block 1'
o! portions C. D. A- G. ot dlstii.-t 'e i
96 was approved and certified.
The following tenders were accepl
j eel:
Grading Vancouver road: (near Air.
. Fee lhara's) bj Willi,nd Robertson <\
I .15 for the job.
Hastings road: ISpott's hilli ll.
Plester at  $100 for the job.
Cliff road: Messrs. Antonio Re It
and James Amerato al $15.73 per
chain.
Power House road: Ralph Vales ; I
J1S.50 per chain.
i'ole i.im- road: ll. Plester at $6,:'
per chain.
The solicitors were instructed lo
apply tor an order of the supreme
conn confirming the tax sal,, of subdivisions I." and 16 in pari _ of block
L. districl lol 29 to Charles Bradbury
In October L904, this property having
been omitted trom the general confirmation order on account of Intended redemption.
The clerk was Instructed to Issue
notices warning all persons againsi
damaging corporation works l.v hauling across or filling up ditches or
(blockfng culverts, obstructing or damaging roads, etc. ami to offer a reward tor Information.
il.- was also directed to ask the cooperation   of  Coquitlam     council     in
On and After
May 13th the annual subscription to the Daily Xews,
together with the handsome premium book, will be
 raised to $4.00 ���_
Very many have taken advantage of the offer of $3.00; and for TWi I WEEKS
LONGER we will take subscriptions at this rate, viz: One year's sub -iption,
together with one of  the cloth-bound novels enumerated below for  $3.00.
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Adam Bede���George  Eliot
Aesop's Fables���
Alhambra   -In lng,
Alice in Wonderland���Carroll
Andersen's Fairy Tales   -Andersen
Arabian   Nights  Entertainments���
Ardath���Corelli
Cast up by The Sea���Baker
Children of Abbey���Roche
Child's History of England���Dickens.
Data of Ethics���Spencer.
David Copperfield���Dickens.
Deemster���Caine.
Deerslayer    Coop---
Descent of Man���Darwin.
Dombey & Son���Dickens.
East Lynne���Wood.
Emerson's   Essays���Emi rson.
Fifteen Decisive Battles    Creasy
First Violin���Fothergill.
Green Mountain Boys���Thompson.
Grimm's   Fairy Tales
Grimm's    Household   Tales���
Gulliver's Travels���Sw;:':.
Guy Mannerlng���Scott,
Handy Andy���Lover.
Heir of Redclyffe���Y inge.
Henry Esmond���Thackery.
Heroes and Hero Worship Carlyle.
Councillor Anderson was autho.*-
ized tp call Por tenders for widening Hastings road near Mr. Sharp's
residence, and to bring In specification for hauling 350 yards of gravel
on to tin- western portion of Hastingsl
road.
Councillor  Rumble  to call  for tenders  for   l"i' yards  .ravel  for  McKay
road,  Trafalgar  road   and     Patterson
j road.
Councillor Skinner to full for tenders for ���"' chains of North Vrm road
to be widened and graded.
Councillor Cliff  to  call  for tenders
to;   22 cliains of puncheon em  Balm- >
bridge ro,nl.    Hi- was also authorized
mi employ Ial or and  team in  making
till  on  .liiliii^rim  road.
Councillor Cliff read the Pole Line '
road by-law amending by-law  1907 a
third time,  upon   the   motion  of Fill in the following coupon, or, better still, call at the News o" 1
Councillor cliff seconded lev Council- ,111,1 n ,1        ���    1 i      1
nanv at the books   they sell themselves   and select vour title.
Hiawatha and Evangeline���Longfellow
House of the Seven Gables Hawthorne.
Hypatia    Klngsle;
It's Never too Late to Mend���
Reade
John Halifax, Gentleman���Mulock.
Kenilworth���3   id
Lamplighter���Cummins.
Last Days of Pompeii ��� Lytton.
Last  of the   Mohicans���Cooper
Lorna   Doone --Blackmniv.
Lucile   -Merldith
Middlemarch ���Eliot.
Mill  on the  Flos*���Eliot.
Mosses From an Old Manse���
Hawthorne.
Natural Law in the Spiritual
World    Drummond.
Newcomes    'i'ii ickerj
Nicholas  Nickel by���Dickens
Old Curiosity Shop���Dickens,
Oliver Twist���Dickens.
On the Heights    Alierbach
Origin of Species���Darwin
Our  Mutual   Friend ��� Dickens
Pathfinder���1 loopei
Pilgrim's   Progress���Bun; an.
Prairie���I '00; er,
Prince of the Hcuse of David���
[ngraham.
Robinson   Crusoe    D I
Rob  Roy   -Scotl
Romance  of Two Wor 11   ���   ���
Romola    Bllol
Scottish Chiefs��� I' ��� te
Sign of the  Four���|. iyl
Silas   Marner    i.
Silence of  Deane Maitland
Sketch   Book-:   .
Story     of     an     African    F:"|
Schreiner,
Study en Scarlet      -     -
Swiss Family  Robinson   \V.
Tale of Two Cities.    Di
Talisman     Scotl
Tanglewood  Tales��� |
Thaddeus  of  Warsaw    1
Three  Men In a Boat���Jero
Three  Musketeeiv
Tom   Brown  at Oxford
Tom      Brown's     School    Day^
11 a. lies
Treasure   Island    S
Uncle Tom's Cabin    3    .
Under Two Flags     '
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Vicar of Wakefield���m |
Westward Ho    Kini
White   Company    Dc;
Window in Thrums. A
Wonder   Book.   A
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TRY   IT
lor Anderson the by-law  was fi
passed   and   ordered   to   be sealed.
Councillors Love and Anderson
were authorized to have, brush cleared
off road, allowance at the hack of
the can factory on Sixth street to
render protection againsi possible
bush fii'.-s.
The treasurer's reporl showed accounts ei- follows: Sinking fund interest, $7; Bale of lands, $262.90;
school board tax, $13 89; arrears ������'
��� ix. m $92,119; Interesl on an 1 n
$::.().: b nil. Interest, $78.65; toi il,
$458.50; iialance- at bank, April 'J.I,
59,51 2.1 7. plus $620.27 In sinking fund
inluvested.      ,
The following ac ouni a wei ��� pai -
ed for pa> menl: Interesl on debentures, $1100; Instalment lo sinking
fund, $117.50; C. II. Jones & Co., tent,
$11.35; Trapp & Co., $11.13; Morey A
Co, $2.64; B. C. E, Ry. Co., light,
$8,03; Royal City planing mills, $19.33;
King's Printer, $5.40; telephone, $3;
il. Unit Cook. $17: Thomas Haddoti,
$200; A, Bailey, $40; Fred Dow, :.:>:
,1. 11. Ledger, $128; T. A. Fennell, $9;
Carl Helman, $50; C. Burehell, $100,
.1. Bulman, $40; W, Atkinson, $5; J,
II   Rose, $30;  John Moon, $37.50;   !���'���'
��� I Maud.-villi-.  $31;   K.   B.   Harmer, $35;
* R, .1. Carson, $80; A. W, Sills, $42;
% J. Wallace, $48; W. Robertson, $6; E.
j|  Landers,   $10.15;   P,   J.    Peers,  $65;
salaries.  $l|."e;   Co(|ilil lain    corporation
maintenance expenses for 11 children
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: RYALL'S DRUG STORE I
educated  al   nine    Mountain    sohoil,
$124.08;  total, $1,646.11,
The council adjourned till Saturday,
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THE   DAILY   X EWS.
AUCTION
SALE
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SUBU
LOTS
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Ninety-six Lots in Burnaby
.lose to city limits, between Vancouver tram line and city car line, a new subdivision known as
HI
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PUf\or
ha'l��    o r
EASTCRLV
S-JBDivisioNeXoTs r^G. Blocks
Burnaby M_.n.cip_il..y
- Saal��. I ena>>-MC<_��t���
Surveyed   ty
J.H Bhownlcc
RC [.nrxi  Sure^yc
[KevPlai?!
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I HILLCREST lots are all slashed. They are 33x120; every lot fronts on a 66-foot street and runs to a 16-foot
pe; all high and dry. HILLCREST has a fine view of all thc surrounding country, and is a convenient, healthy
place to live. HILLCREST lots are a good investment for contractors to build houses on. HILLCREST lots are
rood as a speculation.   The terms are easy, and the man with limited means can buy to good advantage.
Thc Sale will be held
ESDA Y, May 7th, 1907
In the Cunningham Block, Columbia Street, New Westminster, 8 P. M., sharp.
ERlViS  OF  SALE:   One-quarter cash; balance three, six and nine months.     Come out and get HILLCREST
l/^fc*   of   will1   rmrn    nvifo RcmiornhckY'   _-Vi__,   rloT.    ar\r\    rlof_i
lots at your own price.    Remember the day and date.
IW. J. KERR
on
r THE   DAILY   XEWS.
TUESDAY   mav,
AY 7. 1907.
ii
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MINERS' COMMITTEE
SIGN AGREEMENT
COAL FAMINE PREDICTED FCl
NEXT YEAR���STRIKE HAS
EEEN   ORDERLY.
Fernie, B. C, May ti���Although the
. ite nf ilu' district showed a majority
i : miners willing to accept tli*1 proposed agreement, no contracl lias yet
been   signed   by  tli,-  miners   but   the
���   .elms bave already signed,    (!. G.
S.  Lindsey, general  manager,  Crow's
Ni sl   Cass  Coal  Co. I'-:'!   for Toronto
i i   Satin di *.   in   consuli     with    the
��� !   of   din ��� tors.     This    is    taken
ii i... as a sign thai everything has
.. Mi - ii amicably setl led, Presldenl
. ��� man, ol ; - Mine Woi kei s, n
riv* In Fernii on >.i'unlay, a. '
boai I me i . Patterson an Ived on
Sundaj irning.    Se. i etar;       Ii
d . M had uol iIn n arrived, mi! ii is
un i* rstood that ii i- I i liis : Ignaiu e
the agreemenl  waits,
Sherman's Opinion.
S en i n San i ij. Pn sid n Sherm in
stated that ii would probably be two
weeks before .ill the men were back
working again, and even then th.
mini's would be short-handed, as - *
many nun  had  left the district.
"In any case," he saiel. "I predict
coal famine' next fall. The cessation
of work has already assured this, nd
even if the men were to go l ack
t> day ih*' mines woul 1 nol get full
complements of men before the fall."
Nearly  all  operators have    left fori
their homes, one or two only remain- i
ing and they will  probably leave today.    On the  arrival    of    Secretary
MacDonald ilu- district board meeting'
will be held, first    thing,    to determine whether  the  agreement should i
be signed or not,    So far, the board
members here are non-commital, not
saying whether   they    will    sign    or
otherwise, ami a slight feeling of un-'
easiness still  exists, although groups
no longer  congregate on  the    street
corners and  the excitement  has    a;.-'
i arently died down.
Orderly  Strike.
Street rumors are to the effect that
for the las; two days the miners wished to turn down the agreement In
spite of the vote, but those people who
have been nearly connected with the
situation have not the slightest doubt
that the trouble will reach its termination today when Mr. Macdonald arrives in town, as his is the last signature needed to the agreement.
The trouble seems I i be that although Sherman knew the resull he
would take no step to close matt, -a
up without the full executive board
on the ground,
Too much credit cannot be accorded
to the men for the orderly and q ii '
manner in which they have conducted
this strike. There has been no violence
of any Kind to property or men. and
drunkenness has  heen    the exception
rather ihan lhe rule as is general In
casi s *. f  this   kind.
] Agreement Signed.
Fern;'*'. .May 6.���The agreement w is
signed by the miners' committee at  l
o'clock today.    Mr.  Mackenzie    King
s.a;e el officially that the men will  _n
| back '     ivi rk at once.
Result of Voting.
The vote of the coal miners een the
proposed agreement for district is. as
cast at   the various  local   centres,  is
officially announced as follows:
Local
i Canmore . .
Fernie	
[ Bellevue ..
| Frank  	
Hillcrest  . .
Lille   	
Lundbreck
| Michel   ...
Coll man   . .
Bankhead
Fur
64
393
3S
5.
13.
19.
91
Against
59
201
16
20
294
-    1125
Tl ���     lajoi Itj   for    the
ov< ' le   district   is
tot  !   .    e    eing  1.75.
jreenn 'it
IT.",,     the
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LIMITED.
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Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
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forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. J. SPROTT, B. A., Principal
F. CRAKE
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Gentlemen s   Silver   Watches,   open
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Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
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Watches, supplied to the Wellnian
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains. Rings. Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch   repairing;    charges   reasonable.
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B. C. Land
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Ellard Block.   New We.tmlntter, B.C.
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Subdivision of Lot 46, Block VI., comprising some
of the finest residential sites in the city,  is now
offered for sale exclusively by us. This magnificent property
is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st St. (facing Queen's
Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on 1st St. at $700 [excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave.
and 1st St., held at $1000); 2 lots on 4th Ave., 42 1-2x120, at
$600 per lot; 4 lots, 521-2x85, $450; 5 lots, $400. Call at
our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
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II
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8
��mory    Street
1   io'   N"- -!     ':     '"-     '""   south]    2 lots on  Kth  Si   between    Dth and      2   lots,  N'o. 24 aud  32,  block 9,  be-,No.   306,    9-roomed   I
-'���!" ";  Ith avenui     Price $200 cash.  Cth Ave. on east si'!'",  full sized, 66x tween Sixth avei  and Nanaimo St.,      room, corner of 6
lots Nos. Sl to 86 and 95, 95 faces   132; Nos. 9 and  12.     I'ric-$1000 for  and   between   mii   and   16th   streets.      Price $4,000; terms  '.
on sth avenue, next  to Gunhs ranch, both, half cash, balanc.  easy, Price $425 for both, cash
I lots cleared without a stump; small      2%  lots on corner of 5th Ave. and        . , .
house,  chicken    house,    ITSi    choice 6th St.  S-W. corner; cleared     Price ning��.rom 5th to^.h'st, 1^^^
ch<*enBi  * ;iml r,g:  $1500 cash' $1200: ha,fca8h' ba]ance ln ,; """"!- Ave.;      i"  on tram lin*.    $800 for
I   1-'.' house, '.  rooms    and    flush at 7 per cent. ,,,   . ���������_.  t1 cn��� ,.     .,
one; price $1,500 lor the two,
closei .ue 'th av. nu*, one lot from 2nd      '/_ acre  betwe* u    Queen's and  3rd
streel on south side; fruit trees. Price Ave. on west Bide of 10th; No. .", and       '  '-''���"-" '���" Vancouver road, corner
$1900:  1-2 cash, terras for balance at 6, Block  18;   132x165 feet; all cleared "   Gll,e>' r"'-u]-   $225 per acre.   Acre-
7 net cent    Size of lot 55x165, and   fenced,    Price $1050; $550 cash, ""'' ls Bellin- tasl al this price,
IT lots, full  size, 6th  St., Burnaby, balance In 6 monthB. ���8
":IM  sh|"'    ""' -v:"',|s from rliir (';l"      Pull Blzed het on Royal avenue, be- $160 an acre���FOR Vra'w "days
Factory; soil good,   Price only $1020, tween Fourth and Merrivale; all clear- ONLY.   One-quarter cash   balance  'l
f-'������'.. cash, balance on easj terms,        | ed. $1,200, $800 cash \ and 2 years at 7 %
��� '. .'iinl ii months at 7
No. 308.    S r.  ime l   House,
room,  etc.;   Agnes St,    $2,5<M ;
cash, balance 3 and 6
No,   310.    9-roomed   Hi -
n om,   Agnes   St,   $3,000:   ',. '
balance 3 and 0 months
I    M|M
N'o.   .-IJ.    8-roomed   Hon
room,  Agnes  St.     Price $2,5
e r ie. balance 3 and 6  ������ :l1 '
��   For  the  above  four proper"68
special price will be ma le   '','"''"'
< baser.
McQUARRIE  &  CO.
Telephone   333
Real Estate Brokers
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Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London. i;i:r.v GIVEN that .Ix
-      I i i .l.e ���* .-
v.,    intend   111   appl;     tO
,:.. , 'ommlBBloner of Lands
mission to cut and cur-
... from the following
- ,.,.,- nt  Kitsumgallum
I. let
at     a post   plai	
ortli "i   the  north-west
i   Gree n's    preempt lon
,. follows : sii chains
,ut|i;   V" i-llelins  w-st   and
: , point   "i   commeni e-
fAKE NOTICE tha   .���.   ,,
bai  been made to regis      ,
undei  ,, tax sale deed ���    ,
;i'  '    T rei    .,-    the   Cl
Westmin ti     m,   r ir
bearing date the 2nd dai
���  "   19' !-    "   all and'
New
'���    I I'e:
i   obei
thai
I
I
���
post     planted
-''
orth ol   the-  north-west
, , jreen'a preemption claim
I follows :  160 chnins west :
160 chains east and 40
I tin   point    of commence-
JcIibI.
I at     .'    r">st   planted
I  oi the north-wesl cor-
. ircen'B pre-emption claim,
i .  i, ..   .   ... ......i...	
I
I
follow i:  80 chains easl .
80 chains  west .-mil  80
-en cnains west .-.nei _o
poinl "i commencement
lng al a post planted
tli ni Hie- north-wesl cor-
..., i, s pre-emption claim,
follows: 160 chains east ;
160 chains wesl . 40
poinl of commencement,
ncing   at    a    this,    planted
.. ncing
, ei, ,,i the north-wesl cor-
i,,.,n's pre-emption claim,
ollows    l 60 chains easl :
l -heiins    west :     40
I   |nl nt commencement.
-,.-    al    ee    posl     planted
,, Mi of .lie- north-wesl coi
,ii-pn's pre-emption claim,
follow -    Hi'' chain!   -
160    chains   west ;     -I'i
iinl uT commencement
���    ,i    pust     planti 'l
nl eti-   north we
pr.  empl lon cl
t '��� chain    weHi
10  ell -      t        160
point "t commeni i menl
���   nl   n   post    tn
ol the north we   t cm
��� ���. . ���      pre empl lon  claim
��� ..   .v. -     vi  chain
i e, ilu    past    so e
emmenci mi nl
��� :���    nt    .i     posl      ;
���    o   thi   nori
��� -  pre-emption  i
follows     160 chaini  - -  I
'. i chains west    and 40
.   point   of  commernce-
Ing   eet    ���'!    posl    planted
���  ,ri h ol the   ti"i Hi w* Ht coi
\  i (recn's pre-emption claim,
follows    4" chains nortii .
i"   chains    nortii      40
��� '. chains BOUth ;  120 e
- ol commencement.
ng    ee.    ei    post     planted
north  of  the south-west
��� lon  No.   26,   then   rui -
li i  ch Una  w ei l     40 chi
east:    and  40 i
lencement.
l. .    post     pi ���
..���������.  ot   th*   south-west
in  So   . 16,   ih- n  r inning
- ,.: -   west;   10  cl ���
past;   10 chains  north
::,.-llt.
ng    al    ee    post    planted
ei th "! the north-w* -1 cot
, ireen's pi c-empl loi
is 1      ev alnp we si
: ihalns  easl        10
to  poinl   ������'   -  '
teres, tn .r*   oi   less
WM MOODT,
FRANK VANDALL,
Tenders for a L.cense ta Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
""' Commb sioner ol Dominion Lands,
'" partment of the Interior, and marked -.ie the envelope "Tender for T m
i"'f Berth No. 515," will be receive I
'-' 'bU department until 12 o'clock
noon ,,.. Wednesday, the 5th day of
���lm"������ 1907, for a license to cut timber
"' Berth No. 515, situate iti the' Province e.r British Columbia, and com-
m,; "ng Legal Sui,-division 11 of Section 12, Township .;. Range 7. Wesl ol
the 7th Meridian, containing an area
of -l" acres, more <e:  less
The berth mus: be surveyed within one yeai after the date ol th ��� notice awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will be Issued, also printed
forms of tender and en.- I ipe, may
I > obtain. .1 al this Departmenl or at
'he office of the Crown Timber Agent
' Nev   Westminster, Ii. C.
Et   li  ten lei   must   be  accomp u
��� c��pted cheque    o   -  - ha I  i
n     i   I ivoi  -.' the   ii ���       .if the
Minlste ���   ol    -lie-    [nte . i      for   the
amouni  of the  ' onus  which  the ap-
���   ini  Is   preps    I     e pay l      a   li-
The high       o      - il  nee
ICC* ,'������:.
N ' ten le '    .-   telegr iph v i en
���- rtaii
PERLEY G KEYES.
Secretary.
Departmi nl .if the Interior,
Ottawa, April  6th, 1907
Tenders   for    License   to   cut   Timber
on Dominion   Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
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Lo
Mar
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I--'-   :-S    OF    CANADIAN     HOME
_7EAD   REGULATIONS.
���   11 iminion Lands wit i
. . way Belt In British (  . im
:��� homestea le i  ,--  anj   | - i
��� ��� sole he id ol a family,
'���   iver IS 5 eat s ot   age, I .
.;:������ [uartei    section o
more or less.
. ���    ie m.i i" personal!
n :   Me,.,. ��� ,:    i .. disti 1.1  ill
..iinl is sit uu to.
esteader is required to pei
mi litions connecte l the ������
��� r one of the follow Ing plans:
��� ��� least six months' residence
cultivation of   the land it.
for : hree years.
be lather (or mother, if the
: - eased I, of the homeste i i
upon ,i farm iti the vicinity
. ��� utere i Por,   the   require-
��� i residence mas let- satisfied
person   resl ling    with   the
mother.
th" settler has his  pei man
��� in ���- .1,11.11 farming land own
n In tlio vicinity of his home-
���    requirements   ns to resl-
be Batlsfle I    by residence
..id land,
nths' notice in writ ing etiould
tn tli*'   Commissioner of Poinds ,.t Ottawa of Intention
for pateut,
nds may be purchased e.t |i(|
ror Bofl coal and $20 for an
Nol  more than   320 acres
piired by one Individual or
Royalty al the rate of ten
'"te of 2,000 pounds shall be
*n i he gross output.
W, \v. CORY,
ty of the Minister of the tn-
'��� tinr.
(Jnauthorlzo I   publication - I
k'ertlsement    will nol be paid
'
e
certain   parcel    ���       ,      ,        u    .,
"/"'" "���       '"''"- lying  an, |ng ln
""��� Clt>   of Nev,  Westminste,   ,
provlnce   "<   British   Columbia    more
l,art'cularly   known  and  described  as
subdivisions   IT.   18,  19, ,,-   lo|   ,       b
urban block 9
Vou and ^ch of you are required ...
'""''���-' 'he claim ol the ta_ purcl
vv|,hi" fortyflve days from the date
" "'" ""'' Publication of this nol ce
otherwise I shall register Franc! c
Honour as owner thereof in fee- and I
direcl   th��<   Publication of this   notice
ln :' ''���l"}' newspaper publisl  in \-,-u
Westmin    '   for thirty days shall be
;""; and sufflcieni servici   he e -
""'"'i at the Land Registry Office,
Ni w Westminster, province of British
Columbia, 'Ins 19th day ol March \
I.   1907
C S.  KEITH,
1    riet  Rc -i
''''"'���'    W. Jamieson, i;   .
n:' !"': - ui    sprved with th
:,:' I those :     through or in   -
them,   an :   all pi rson -.    ,
n th.     iid     nd by * Irtti - of
ed ii       tn*       and  all
.ns  claiming any  Interesl   in  the
land   by descent,  wh ise  title  is
registered undi     I ���        visions of
lhe "Land Registrj Act ... for
ever estoppe I and d   -    'ed I on   se
n ' up any claim to or In	
the said land -ee sold for taxes us pro-
'��� i led  bj   th" "Land Registrj   Act."
NOTICE.
Notice is h* reb.\  given that  30 days
after da -   v.   Intend to make application  to  the  Hon   the  Chief  Cornlhis-
i'   I .eini - and Works, tier a spe-
e ial  license   tn   cul   an I   . arry   awaj
- r   from   the  following    lesc       I
n    .  situated   In  the  Coasi   District
W e :   Banl   ol   Kittim .    Ann.
13  miles south of  Ki" In al  Indian  Village  in  a  small bay.
N'q.   - ���.   : unning      is     follow -
as w* st, SO ' hains north, SO chains
east, mo less to the shore, then
��� .��� ' oint of. immence-
:��� nt
No. 21   Comm. n In? al a posl plant-
e    on tl"- wesl  ba      ��� : Kittimal Ann
e�� eout   15  miles -   ith of Kittimal  In-
i illage in a small bay, thence v0
halns we st, V|i chains south, SO chains
east,   more or loss to shore,    thence
��� \ shore I i point *>T commence-
-. ��� nl
N'o  22. Commencing ai ;i posl planted  in  a  baj   given name of  Indepen-
I   ��� 2 ...... .- .- mth
.i -'   ol  : he noi I h end  ol  Constie  is-
. on   east  bank   ol   Kltl Im il   Arm,
,; lien, e   x"   ch tins   so ith,     10   * hains
east,   I ��� chain i nortl     10 chains east,
i     - ba ;     noi I i,   x''   ' hain ���   ivest   to
point ,.. , ommencement.
No. 2 '. Conimencing at posl  pi inte 1
' : _-' miles south of Kittimal In-
. i; .,   . Illage on   i levasta ! n   ��� h innel
-    ���      ...   nd about 50 yar !i south
-   ' he   Hoi Springs, then, e s" * hains
,80 chains south, SO < he.ins wesl
. or less Me the shore then along
the  shore  to   i oinl    of    . ommencement.
No, 21 Commeni Ing al posl pi inted
about 13 i.iile'^ nori it ol 11..:: terj Baj
em easl bank <>f Kittimal Ann mi
Hawkesbury Islan 1 thence 10 < halns
east. 160 chains north, 10 chains west,
more or less, to shore then along shore
tn poinl   of commencement,
N'o. 25, Commencing at posl planted
about 10 miles nortii of Hn '��� ��� Ba;
mi e- ��� auk of Kil Imal Ai m m
Hawk ��� ���'"'. lsl Mui on ;i small ci e* k,
thence 120 chains south, I" chains
, ism in , hains north, 10 ch iins east,
: . chains north, I" chains west, 10
chains ti irth, 10 chains west, to poinl
���   i ommencement.
No, 26. Conimencing al po ��� plante I
aboul one mile and a quarter w. ������
ul Kiakiata n ij Indian village, on i he
north bank ol bay, thence 160 chains   gol!th io chains, more  ir less to N. E.
.   10  chains east;   m '  less    -,  ..   nf Turnbull Cove; thence West
',   Indian   Reserve   line,   thence   IGO   ni.-A  s],;l,,.  |]ne  20 chains;   North  10
Reserve   iliu
on the
ROYAL'CITY
Kenney's   Restaurant
Open All Ni<_t��.l
EAT
N EM 0
AND
Occultism   Gains   Ground   Amor.g   Nobility of England.
London, Maj 5. Occultism Is gaining manj followers among 'iei nobility in Europe, and everj day adds to
the numbei ol those who take up (he
mysterious cull in London.
The latesl convert to ib<- cull In this
cltj is the beautiful Countess of
Lytton, wife ot the grandson of the
late Lord Bulwer Luton, author of
the "Lust Days of Pompeii," Keneli .
Chillingly" and te number of other
famous novels. The high social
standing of Lady Lytton, warrants the
statemenl thai many other English
ladles of title will follow her example.
BLACKSMITHING.
Having bought out the Blacksmith-
Ing business of R. H. Benson, I will
In :>���;,���..��� | to see all his old customers, as well as new ones Horseshoeing a specialty.
H.  M,  KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Montreal News Will Fight.
Montreal, Maj 6. Monl peal felt the
first nervous effeel yesterday of the
new Sunday law ley the non-arrival of
tin- New York Sunday papers. When
the newsdealers went to the G. T. P.
station they found no papers All _e
express clerks could say was thai th-
papers had been stopped on the frontier in accordance with the new law.
The Montreal News company will Bght
the question with the support of the
American publishers, who will contend thai th*- delivery of papers is
nol a breach of the law.
We ark   putting on the
market today
A Large 12-ounce
Bottle of Furniture
Polish for 25 cents.
There is no better Furniture Polish than this
made, and the price is
about half what others
cost.
We have too all the other house
cleaning necessities, such as Silver
Polish, Gasoline, Ox Gall Soap. Household  Ammonia,  etc.
Curtis' Drug Store
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
\
SEALED  TENDERS  addressed    to
the Commissionei  ol  Dominion Lands,
i ii partmeni ol the Interio . an 1 mark-
: "  ,��� . ... elope "Ten le r  I .r Timber Berth No. 516," will be received at
this Departmenl  until 12 o'clock noon
on  Wednesday,  the Sth daj   of June,
1.07,  for -e  license  to cul   timber on
i N'o. ���",!.;. comprising lands situ-
te In the l'ro\ Ince of British Columbia, anel described ;. sfollows: ���
Timber Berth No. 516, comprising
Si i fens 27, 2$, 33, 31, an I the Easl
\a'\e s of Sections 29 an l 32 in Town-
shi - IS, Range 23, Wi -' ��� :' the 6th
Meridian, containing an area of 5
square miles, more or less
The- berth te;-;-' n - veye I within
one year after the -1 ite ��� the notic.
ling 1 hi berth.
The regulations under which a ii-
c. nse will :"-- issued, also printed
fe tins of tender and envelope, n.
eei.tanii-il at ibis Department or at the
office eef the Crown Timber Agenl at
New   Westminster,  B.  C
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque n a chai mmv-I
hank it. favour of the Depu 5 of 'it"
Minister of the Interior, fo rthe amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pa; for a license.
The highest or an I n " it ne-
. cessarili     .1 epte I,
\o tender by te'.egra '. v en
ti ���  line:.
PERLEY  G.   KEYES,
Secretary.
Departmenl  of the Interior,
Ottawa.  April 6,  1907.
LAND   PURCHASE  NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
aixtj ! ivs after date we Inten 1 to
apply to the Honorable ��the Chief
Commissioner of Lands an 1 Works
for permission to purchase the following tr..i'i of lan l -i'M ite l in Coast
Distrii:. for a Mill Site, C immenc
lng at :. post plante i in shore of her.
. 1: Ami Hi iskla 1. ��� m about S
'.', comer T. L. No 6943; thence
s mth  I '   chains;    W *sl    5 chains;
���'; ilns;   Ea il   5
chains, more or
Huaskin    Lake;
shot
chains; North 10
less, t * shore of
thence   Easl    with
��� ��� ' ",��� 20 chains, more OT h'ss. to
N
Illi
for
;     In Uli   !      :''"M
s: ore,   then  along shore  to   poinl   ol
nenci inent.
No. -7. Conimencin    il  j isi pi inte I
l0���l ,,,,,. mil. an 1 u quarter wesl of   point   e.f  commencement;   containing
Kink In t n Indian vli    ;e on north bank   40 acres,  more or less,
I"      DATED this  19th daj   of February,
."   1907.
"r Tiie-   Mclaughlin   lumber  ../.,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
1
for 1
Wl
I '
" :
-������
n
I
NRAD, CAR CROSS, ATLIN.
IORSE,   DAWSON   and
of bay,   thence 160  . bains  north
I, r;..,    west,   160 chains    .-outh.    to
. ,,,   then   along   shore   to  poinl   of
'tnniencement.
N'o, 28. Commencing al a posl plant-
el aboul one mile and three quarters
���1. s of Kiakiata Bay rndian village,
on north bank of bay, thence 160
chains north, 40 chains west, 160
���,ains Bouth, l" chains east to point
of commencement
Xo. 29. Commencing al n post planted about one half mile out fron. mouth
,-' km 1 ,i 1 river on south bank, thence
Ins  south.  10 chains west,  SO
LTD.
B\ C. R   McLaughlin, Pr
M.  IV
FORESHORE LEASES.
Notice is hereby given that, 60 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
llun. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works fora lease of the foreshore
right for booming and milling purposes, comprising the' whole of ;i bay,
given tin- name of Independent  Hay,
' '-KS.     Daily   trains   (except
carrying   passengers,   mail,
and    freight    connect    with
'   1 '..reives-,  anil  White Horse,
ng a through  winter service
' rmatl en apply to
1   ROGERS, Traffic   Managei
Vinrniiver.   >V   C
;'  e"altls '   '' '.'", """..    '.���,,  situate.1 about two miles south of the
I    ^'J he ti. Then along    th end of Cost! Island, on the easl
1   '''���'    '   ' . ...  ������, hank of Kltimat Ann. and about two
-.,, ,. to poinl of commencement,
\V   ll. MOODY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
Locators.
I ,   M-!  April Rth,  L907,
miles s-)iith  from  Kildal 1 Arm.
Located April Bth, 1907.
WILLIAM    MOODY,   Loci to:-.
PKAN-K  VANDALL,
TAKE NOTICE that application has
:, ma I" to :���--���!ster Florence Mary
Eveleigh as th* owner iti Fee Simple
under a Tax Sale Deed from The Cor-
p 11 11 lon of the Dis. riet of Burnaby, to
James Cunningham, bearing date the
10th day of March, A. I).. 1902, of all
ami singular that certain parcel or
tract of land ami premises situate,
lying and being in the Districl of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia. more particularly
known and described as subdivisions
23 an.l 21 of subdivision "A" of lot 29,
group 1.
\ou an.l each of you are hereby requited to contesi the claims of the
tax purchaser within forty-five days
from the date of the first publication
of this 1101 ice, otherwise I shall register Florence Mary Eveleigh as owner
thereof in fee. Ami I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for thir-
tj days in a dailj newspaper published in New Westminster will be good
and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 25th daj of April, A. D.,
1907.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District  Registrar.
T -   ;..   A. Baj-ne, Esp
All persons served with 'iiis notice.
an 1 ' hose cl timing through or under
them, and ..ll persons claiming any
Interesl in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions
if the  "Land Registry Act," shall be
mm',".��� ������   esl ip 1   and   debarred   from
setting up any claim to or In respect.
of the said land so seil.l for taxes as
provided bj  the "Land Registry Act."
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has heen made to register Alice 13.
McDougall, as the owner in Fee
Simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from
the Mayor and Treasurer of the City
of New Westminster, to Alice B. McDougall, hearing date the 15th day of
January, A D., 1906, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being
in 1 lie City of N'ew Westminster. In
the province of British Columbia,
more, particularly known and described as: Subdivision 30 of Lots 8
and 9 Suburban Block 3.
Veen and each of you are required to
contesi the claim of the tax purchaser within fortj'-flve days from the
date of the flrsl publication of this
noti.-e. otherwise I shall register Alice
B, McDougall us owner thereof in fee,
And I direel that publication of ihis
notice lor thirty days io a dally newspaper published al New Westminster
will he good and sufficient service
thereof.
Hied at the Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia this 25th .by of April,
A.  lv.  1907,
('. S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To  William  Edmonds, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
|and those claiming through or under
them, and all persons claiming any
interest ln the said land by virtue of
any unregistered Instrument, and all
I ersons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under tlie provisions of
tli" "Land Registry Act," shall he
forever est ipped and debarred from
setting nt. any claim to or In respect
ot the s.ii.l land so sold for taxes
as provided by the "Land Regtslry
A ' "
The three- Celestials who were :' 1
running   a   fan   tan game  '1-'   S 'tu: -
day   nighl   failed   to  answer to  .;.- i
names in court yesterday morning and
the $30 bail apiece was estreated.
THE    POPULAR   TRANSCONTINENTAL    LINE.
Running  Through   First-class  Pull
man, Tourisl and Dining Cars daily.
Atlantic express leaves at   15:40.
Seattle and points south, 8:30.
Hotel  Guests.
Guichon���W. M. Moore, Seattle;
Alex. McEachern, Blaine; E. Mnrchi-
son, .1. W. Prankish. Toronto; Rev.
I). Macrae, Victoria; J, It Kerr, 11. R,
King, Vancouver; T. w. Patterson,
Victoria; Rev. John W. Gillnian. Nonh
Vancouver:   W.  Pinch  Page,  Victoria.
Windsor���W. Klein, Seattle Pitt
Lake; James Lowery, Minnedosa.;
Samuel Lyle. Hamilton; J. T. Ferguson, H. C'lemas. Kamloops; A. _.
Parma, Huntingdon^; John Ball, Abbotsford;  J. .1. .leant,  Vancouver.
Colonial���E. W. 0_m\ Vancouver; J.
Ross, Toronto; Charles Wood, Poit
Kells; C. Sudbury, Vancouver.
Pier other particulars apply to
E. J. COYLE. ED. GOULET.
A. G.  P. A Agent C.P.R.
Vancouver.        New   Westminster.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
.(
EMPRESSES
18,000  (EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN ^ 14,503
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IRELAND 1      IONS
Next sailing from Quebec, May 31st,
for other dates and particulars of re-
ductons in fares, apply to ���
ED. GOULET,
C.  P. R.  Agent.
Agent   for all Atlantic S.S. companies
The Corporation of the City of
New Westminster
Will Offer For Sale by Public Auction, on
Saturday, May 18th,
at 2 p. m., in the Council Chamber, City Hall,
ABOUT 200 LOTS
including beautiful RESIDENTIAL LOCATIONS, FACTORY and
INDUSTRIAL SITES, and a few pieces of choice acreage.
The title is INDEFEASIBLE and the taxes are clear to
December 31, 1907.
A map showing the exact location of each lot to be
offered for sale has been prepared at the CITY HALL, and
may be consulted at any time during office hours, where
CATALOGUES may also be obtained.
TERMS OF SALE���Half cash, balance in 6 months at 6 per cent.
N. H. McQUARRIE,
City Treasurer.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacture rs and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
| Royal City Branch, Columbia St.   |
t Telephone 12. New Westminster   i 11
We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceylon
Tea, in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
Rooming House
����������� 'LJ'iC    2IA%_L_L��
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Best location in town.
For full particulars apply to
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
MAN ASPIRES  TO   FAV.E.
A surprise was in store for ths
pessimists of the city yesterday evening, when i; w.is definitely settled j
then the average man would rather be
iin- proud wearer of a laurel wreath '
than hav..- a fai wad of greenbacks ���'���������
his pocket book. The matter was set-
tied en Sapperton where representatives of the Queen's Avenue Methodist Epworth league and the Sapperton Methodist league discussed the
subject from different points of view;
The five judges, after hearing the
arguments ol both sides, decided that
man aspires to fame rather than to
wealth, much to the surprise of I n
Queen's Avenue people. Th* Rev. Mr.
Thomas, Mrs. Gilland* rs een.! George
Osborne upheld the affirmative, whi!'
iin- negative side oi the question >��� is
handled ley F. 0. Canfleld, .Mrs. N'lchol- '
sun   and   Fred   Haggman.
In addition tee the- debate, an ;r- -
tractive program was rendered, the
following taking part: Recitation, Mis.
.Mark: solo, Miss Dauphinei : recitation, l. VV. Clark; quartette, Miss ���'.
Marshall, Miss ;;. Wel!s, C. E. Os-
borne and J. C. McDonald. The ���
ning was thi roughly i njoye 1
who took part an : 11 i any
assisted. Other debates will take :
shortly.
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MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
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OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
SPECIAL OFFER.���A Cook Book with every  Monarch   Range sold  before
the 15th of May.
The "Sta-y S_,tisfa.ctory" Rart_e.
"An abundance of hot water,"
says the Monarch man, is
quickly obtained and easily
k* ; t because of the very large
heating surface of the Monarch
] in i t* nsion water front. It
is located on the left side of
th rre bcx and does notinter-
fere in the least with the per-
fc-ct workine of the oven."
Aid. Garrett is Back.
AKl Garrett returned yesterdi
morning from a thre* wi ek's trip i -
eastern Canada, when he went on i
purely business matter. While awa;
mi his jaunt, Aid. Garrett visited Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, and sev* al
other cities. Including Belleville, his
old time home. Mr. Garrett had not
seen the old homestead for six years,
and had much to tell the folks abo ���!
the- glories of British Columbia', climate. Questioned concerning municipal affairs, Mr. Garrett remarked tii it
he hei.] picked up a lot of useful information during his journey, and would
introduce it to the council at the"righl
moment. One thing which had particularly appealed to him bail been hi
fact that in. nearly all ��� astern cities nl
any size, cement sidewalks were exclusively used. Many towns which ���
had visited had their sidewalks on
hills much steeper than any arouui
Xew Westminster, and be could see
uo reason why they should not
built in this city. He promises to
support any move having this en i i-e
view.
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Screen Doors
and WINDOWS
BRYSON   &  SOINS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       1S7 Columbia St.   Te!. 65
Agents for "KLEN'O." ' '������_
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FOR SALE BY
J. J. MACKAY y CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
4DDITI0NAU0CAL NEWS,
The- death of Miss A. C. Thompson
the seventeen year old d mghter of Mr
and Mrs, E. Thompson, eef Barns- en
Island, occurre I at th placi Sunday
afternoon, the result of heart failun
The death of the young lady was all
the sadder : ecause her mo her h I
only left for a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A McCallum, of Mount Le :.-
man. 'en Saturday. and ha ! o be ve .
called aft* r I ���- sad ��� ������ nt. The funeral will take place today, W. E. Fales
having  charg* the  m   essary  ar-
���angements. Coi oni Pittengdri.?h
has decided that no inquest ��ill - -
necessary.
The action of D. Brown  vs. A. C.
MacKenzie a su -< onti ic or on thi   V
V, and E construction, where th*   .'
fenrdant was accused of attempting n
defraud  his   (. ��� litors,   was  dismi
iei the distric   com      est*    laj   mo    -
1 ins. Captain Pittendi ij h   , resl lln_.   A
considerable an o inl    >1 evi lence ��� u
Anderson & Lusby
Absolute Accuracy
in Dispensing
is a special feature here.
Your doctor knows what
quantities and materials to
put in your prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your doctor orders. Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed by scales
and measures proved accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest
to have your prescriptions
filled by us.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
With the approach of warm weatht.
demand for Cotton Underwear. We are fortunate
in having received during the last few di . mr new
Summer stock���and in handling Watson's Under-
wear we have the best. No advance in price over
last year, despite the fact that everytl jsaj
vancing in cost. See our Monday display���the
first showing.
Women's Cotton Combinations, each 75c, $1.10,1,25
Women's White Cotton Vests, each L2 L-2c,   v, _>,
25c, 30c and 40c.
Women's Lisle Vests, long, short or no sleeves eacl
35c, 40c, 50c, 60c to 90c.
Women's Balbriggan Vests, short orlongslee^
each 65c, Toe and $1.00.
Women's Extra Cut Size Vests, long, short or no
sleeves, each 10c.
Women's Black Cotton Vests, no sleeves, each 30c.
Children's White Cotton  Vests,  all sizes, long or
short sleeves, each 15c to 30c.
Many styles in Light Weight Wool Vests
offer great choice to the   ���  who dare not wear e  tton v��
even during warm weather.
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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Ellard Block.
New Westminster
FISHING
TACKLE
Sporting   Goods
Toys, Dolls
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FURNITURE
The- Finest and Largi  ��� Stuck of Furniture is to be se* i   it i ALES,   ,*j|
Our cl* arance sale ii -Mil en.   Over $15,000 stock still 1
New g* ods arriving daily.    Latest stj les anel best fin   - ���
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURC    EMPORIUM
716 ancl 713 Columbia St.      Fou i   Fleers.      Rear Ext'.'r"  jn,  r:c���������.      ,1
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| Electric Railway Service \
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Inter-ursan Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. ni. to 11 ]).
in. excepting at T:;:o and S:30
a. ni. Half hourly ear. will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City  Limits Line���Service from
6.15 a.m. to 11 p.m.
20 Minute Service���.\o transfer.
Between 1- and - and 6 and 7.
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30 Minute Service during re- *
tnalnder ol day. transfer ut ���
Leopold Place. ���
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be- J
tween s a.m. and ll p.m,
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Service  from C.2fj  a.
in   tee  ii  p.m., except between ���
l_ and 2, and 5 anel 7, during *
which hours the service will he X
half-hourly. *
���Sunday Service   tiaif-iiouriy ve- *
tween 8.30 a.m. and ll p.m. j
Street
Full sized lot, street on
three sides, opposite the
Bank of Montreal.
Price $12,500
Terms, $5,000 cash, balance to arrange.
I   Columbia and
1 Clarkson Streets
| 1 lot, double frontage,
' 66x132 ft.; 2 lots with
factory thereon.    Three
lots in all.
Price $12,500.
good terms.
This property is situated
between Bank of Montreal and Guichon Hotel
opposite city market.
oreys
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217-219 Columbia St.
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ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEWS!
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he ar ', on   hoth  s ir.e   .    -.-   ���l     mi   ,
te  dl mis ��� .    he    case    *m      h
(.round ���   lhal   the  circumstances    i i
am show an atteni      m I hi    if the
defendanl t*   coi llpiit fra . ,    Mr, Han -
ford   ap] ear* I   foi     he   pla
J, I). Kennedy for 'he- defendant.
i-'or e-eiuie- time pasl tne mem eers
o! ilu- Firsl l.e,ihei in church of Vancouver have- been discussing the desirability nl' establishing one of their
churches in this city as the members
of thai denomination are continual!}
increasing withm the limits ol New
Westminster and the preseni mode of
holding services, in a. private uwelling !
is lar  trom  satisiatitory.     i ne   Kev, i
' li. A. Sand, pastor of the Lutheran
church, on behalf of his flock, peti-
j tinned the council last night for assistants iei the matter of getting cstab-
tished in mis city, and the city nas
decided that In order lo help the good
work along, in the- case- of construction  starting, a  total immunity  trom
! taxation  will be guaranteed  tHem by
the city.   Sei far nothing of a definite
nature  has been  decided on,  as tne
Rev.  Mr. Send was awaiting a reply :
trom   tne  council,  but    tins    naving
I now been obtained, decisive steps will '
be taken towards the desired en i,
Nortii Road Buys
i-1    cres, 4 ni les  fr un town;  .-   Itable fo;:  fruit   and ''
i' r acre          $^-:-
11 acres, C miles from town, frame house, barn and . it
fruil tn     at i small fruit,   Price, terms  *2650
Sc tl  road    2S acres, 5 miles from  town;   7 acres cl*
."."ml house; good  water; convenient to school,    P
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
 and INSURANT
REAL ESTATE-
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WHAT IS NEED
to raise good stock Is good l-'l-:i-;i��.    We keep the best and 'l'1'
besl only.   Make your chickens lay by giving them good i '���
Strengthen y/iur live .-lock   by  building up  bone  and muscle,
and use CARNEFAC.
LAiDlES have y0u tried the Pastry Flour made by the Eburne
Milling Company,   if not Telephone 333 and try It; tbe   ���
obtained  are excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
Telephone 333.
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