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 jte, Shiles & Co
ftiki. E'STATE
PHONE 85
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
SEE PAGE FOUR. PHONF.   85
MM mi: iu:;
NSTER, B. C��� MtiNDAV MORNIM"., M.O   27. l!��(i'
10 CENTS PER W EEK
i(,7._}��/? THEORY
IS KSUTSOS CASE
KENNEDY RECEIVE.      CAPITALIST BUYS       MINES NOT HERITAGE
HANDSOME PRESENT RESIDENCE HERE    FOR RICH ALONE, BUT
IS DISBEI /^"rr^- ...
.    ,  E_������������ '���   * ��*
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, egl
.-5 lacksmitb Supposed to Have Gone South    Ever]
[thing Points to His Having Made Preparation. Foi
. el Departure    Changed Canadian Bills
For American Gold.
REMEMBER REPRES
IVE ON EVE OF HIS DE
RE   FOR  HOLIDAY TOUR.
WINNIPEG MAN WHO HAS INVESTED f 75.001 ON COAST
LIKES   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ALSO FOR WORKERS
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he Merchants  en
hotel shoi efon        ���
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ersona ...
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losed thai
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ition, s ........
. - '      .   .   - s suit eas*     as    i
- lay, 1 he hi ends  who
"    ee    11 online
, m   -i   upoi        ������   I   ii n* m
lenc*   i     Sapp*   toi   oi   '
and    oi    . ' i
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'it ',    M ,, .    ' ���        Ill        '111       I
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i"  Bumnii gif
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Mm ���  :
esidei I
ii     iduce     i"
Mrs.
��� ii  ,   nei    speech  aft*    wl
, i .:,:  I -m . I'<
.   ���     in
South African Mines   Clamor For Labor, While Hungry
Men Seek Work in Vain    Smuts Outlines Future
Policy of Government Which Means
Doom of Chinese.
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1 ���     ge  ������   ���
.,.-, 'nmei I     In      lymparh
'��� ���    " li   eleniei      i     h*
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he   '      be ��� ��� ie
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h*    ...-        '
.-���'���. Jr.  Smuts, ii     ������  I;     mi d*    I    tni
. . .        .    occi   I* '      --������, ous declari   oi ioIIc;     He
.  8! aid that h*   could ��� ���     di 'ei   ���   v age
,.,....  b.  Men      ���   i ' i oi     arejon the relii      vo -ks   i n      hes*    n ui
lie -   oi :     '���    ������ .    ��� lei .,..������      Tbe
'����    ' -   -'    '"      '���   solution  musl  be  sougl      i     :-   al
on  the ceo ���
irchase* - ���  ���   mills
ii       ��� ie   have acqui ���������
sorptioi    .���-   tb*    un* ���   lo ��� ������    b;     i ���
,,.,..���������
I :\,-e  OF  SPIES  RUN  DOWN,
eves   Who   Obtained   Plans  of   Bl-
zert?   Foiled.
M:m   26    The  polio
'< d   'or I
Thi ���   ��� he si Id   "thi   sj acl*        '  ht  "��� ' " ������'������":   '���   ���       of ii
5-will be enlarged and oth-   o minei clamoring Fo     too    and    ���������   '    ���    ���        ri   bo-nigl     the
ei   tin -     li i fls   will   be  acquire    s*     .....   . ;. m .   ...    ..    ..... .      *] ..   <
.... ...   ..      : .   ...
nes*   vi ������    ���   ������'.  ���"- ���    tl ���   ���!���        eceede*       n  g<  I nj       oss     loi   ������
:      the bnsin* '���.  -      b*   extended to
extei ihe-   Barkley
eli!.-
- ���     ^ '   ' 'ougl     "      ������   offered   to sell   to French
i ...       .��� and    ibis
'��� ��� lerta, an Irapo   an!  naval
lon   of  Prance  in   Tunii
..     ...    :������.   im -   . i del -������
,  . .
ency di   ��� ��� me yo
Honw ompany o   Winnipeg deepesl  ���  strei     ���  i*     ��� ol  which  M}]     ..   .... Marine for $8,000    I ���-
he*  lefi Winipej fo   ths Pa-   vm   th*   unemployed   problem,    Th*   .... -:   .  berwise   re  dis oa	
coast, M     Meredith  had no in-   ....   nmeni  would  sticl*   ���        a foreign government.
     Investing  .     :'   extend be  regar*  ag th*  Chines*   and would re-1    The thieves mads a  rend*   '    - for
si s> ion   to intervie*     b*
has   M.Mie     The       porl o      ���    eatriate them ai the earliei    poss ������'���     _     ������..   .......        .-���. ���.,   ������ was
province,      " ��� ������������     hav*    become
���   made a n   ��������� -   The mines rnn.1 be   ������ ���-     I* ���. an,   giving
so opportunity,    This  would solve etectives, who arrested two
,,     . , ������ on him an.i his  partn*     .. ,.ms   wiih   which   thej   ���".-       ce* -        Th*   leadei   i :. an
th*   int* .  genl s
.. as
sing     t ��� .���-
���  . ��� he part <
���'  Kn ��� ���        nol
to his friends
��� -      rh e  poii \
cities have be* at* .1  m i!
.    erson, was -
lebt. and had late! s!        s i-
everal i Knul in regis-  ���
a ��� ��� afl len-  ter at an
��� ���     -        h*   -.1 enld  (his '
......   '���   .
ass
Irishes     v b*      *
- ...   -
the    name    ol
the  herttag*   ol   the     cl     lone, bui Blanchard, was n61 there, bul     ��� an-
is nn. e 'stood thai  M     Ms^redith also of the poor.   Ti wat; ihe privileg et Je_ in running him to
;.   great* capiti   ���������   t*    pul   ������ in    ] irth in PAWb, where he was   i  ������������ ���
6 he has e> iressed   mines  bul kMb ol   he wor!    [    ���     ���     ���   ��� late hom- to-night.   The search
N- '���     i'''--..     Itt*       .    ..     ,  nploymem   in   then '���     ']-   others eoniinnes
in n ���    .-. ���-    .      i -fiis.
-' ���   :
��� en advanc-
bad   ::'���
P PES   FOR   GUGGENHEIMS.
Halford  Takes  Early  Mcrning   Depai
ture    W th    Vnved    Caroo.
s  KK.iir r
w    \i \e iiii\ -.
Wi HINDUS
10 THE RESCUE
SKAGIT COUNTY
MILLS CEASE WORK
-
:ach    jump;    track  over one    hundred    shingle
. GE
LOVERD ALE-
IE,
-NO   DAM-
PRODUCERS     ORALLY      AGREE
TO   SUSPEND   OPERATIONS.
Quite a i ol      ������   ��� - ���     s    .
. ���, v. V
Y. w hi
ilf <       .....       .        ' . . which Is  cha te i
HARDMAN S id was du*
.   \    \i, v.   .: m \     Si : -.      ......
.... . . Ri s* e  '
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ew e boat will have arii
... . .....
,.   , _te* - ...
��� .     i ,       . -.-    MM...    m,   .
. tlon   w,as      I*      ������ jdicate b*   us* 'i en th*
:             M     mu I  Mrs. Kent)         in the Dav
.,;    : line i njoved em               e    ch ���       obably tin ��� ���    evei
ening.   P   ii   ''���"'���������              ��� .-" to th*   Ynkos   m* asur
Proceeding tc   ��� ���      o the d* mand
on  to  ]   ���'��� ���     .line's        Australian Fruit  Seasc" E��*_��d
. .   g down, he s .id tl -; 1 ���- th* n-.   ���      - flney, M_v 26    Th*    ;-
.    .   own* 's  were  noi   so  blind  to Is of Australian  fres
. ���. . . .   thiB, but chi*        ..���-.  bn=  jusi   endei      Five
d th*  ���-���-'...      would nei hundred  anil  ele*	
governmei v -   pvacticallj   double :1>> am-
vonld  ������ ���   ������        ������     6 ...  shipped lasi year, were -shipped
quest!*    ���    ������ ���   kins       own mines. ffobarl     from  M*    ��� U9,-
\;       . . ,,     ..-.   .        ...... oo*   .   ...   and FrOm   Vd*
NORSEMEN START       HAVANA STRIKERS
BIG SUBSCRIPTION       TERRORIZE
ONE    MILLION    DOLLAR*     TO    BE FO'_'r-&     ATTACKED      BY      eVOB���
SfeiNT BY PATRIOT!    FOFt BEt- MANY        yV^UNDED ��� UNITED
TERMENT   OF  CONDITIONS. STATES   MAY   INTE.*^'^"
  -'A
St.  Paul,  Ma;    2i      \    ������   i       ... Ha            via*     ������     "��� i     t\*
\   ';.
���
li, Illi   '��� an .   M..,   -��� Perc.>
-���'        ���.   .   ���     .      liV*          Ml!.I    AdOlph     Mill*                ' '          M.M'  '     .1.
-���  i :��� >.m   i olnt* d bj  lh* anufucturcra
train  ie   ������  mai*     I'hursday to make i o   Skagil
,wlng to ' ount>   lo learu   wheth* he shlngl
n Ills  there   will   clo agreed
m han 100 pro lue* i    the mi ct
Tiiiiim-iI.i.i     '.     ���     '
CC*    Bful    lOll
'      -    ���������'< ���        -     '  '  ���       ��       el;   sevent;    feel    In length, j.toe,     .      een Btarted    i Mlnhi ipolis        itiago  has
��� ii    anlod      ���'     embere j wltli       dlamet* ou
,��� ,'. i  ' ���      . Phey wer* ihe state of P* tin
-.   . .............
.um  \ie i, in ���
si Ivanla, and will be ialo n from hi ���
wegians a!        ecei     eel* ���      ive been two rlo!
lb
.
ail, the lasl coach
un :   ... i b  dragged
fo    .   shorl   wa \-
..    . '. 	
in        i       ... eught      x,, opiiositl
Si In   Woolli >  ���     Bn    ������ in, thn two
rliiclpul towns  vl I . I, u nnywli n
lied   out   I       . .    llgate   eiM    II   la e��lmHt* I :'""  Coult-
..   .;,,,,  .   . which be     Herat,  secretai       u Northwe I
, the pari of  Shinglo    Manufacture lub,    thu!
nlinill    "Illl    ll)ill-l     Will    e   "   '      IH     ^ b.l I
���   |ii     ��� :i ���        wer un-   ���' '""   -      '"
,��� ,i,   ' i om   Skiirii and  Sn* li n li h counti i,
Coi im. e of the i*
-   if ��� ii    |uestion iin-
i   wi tin   pul   on
e   ,-,,.    senl    to Van  Igravity of the Bltua I n ��� lodgb torisK
.i     twenty     Hindus relying on each othei ior.    This
d on   ,  ���: ndcar lo the ""���""��'  fll8��  l8   much    (1,,lc.ker  "''"'
1                trouble    Leaving  Van- thai   of getting  slgnatur*     trom   the
mil    3:50 p.  m., and  jusi   producers.  ^
l;,! '"  the Seattle  bound  expres i,
evorkers on thi   "go-devil," approves   conscription,
''"''       to ever Ini r* aslng efforts ,���
"Kht of the flyer in the rear, London, Maj    26.   Addn    Ing   the
eonl    trip to   where   Hi*' National Service    Leagu*    yesterday,
nssenger   lay,      After    a p|0[d Marshal Lord R*   ���
luring which the Asiatics |0Wed Mr
in Skagway, where the> will be tran ' '    ' lire Ami
Maj    -      \ ve in j ghl    . i i >   he White PasB and "i wa      i audiel   ��� ���     ���     000 meh
''i .  '   Msti . ���  ���     v - iw i      ���       Iwav, over the mouii    and  wi    ��� ���     bd    i ng speech
-   - :""f "r hi' ��� Whit*   Horse Rapid     toward n	
nd tho rcinntu at which p* ���     ��� imlo 11* d
much * .      - ������ re and ed to one ol
- ,   wn    i       lhat pumpkin    wen    io! rlvei w hi* li wil
.,    il cui ���' iie-y. ' ��� ���      ..iie.
Wi Awl
liOll      iii
���   <��� ' 	
..I.   are
i    e.. i
mense Crowds
Enjoy Holiday
������    .. ., .
" -. ��� i"	
....    ed  t*J   dl*       1''"     "���  Ic*
e. :..     , .,,   ess, the ru      ���    ird d
i guard ..   ......
.e , e, m      ,  ..,,,.     :��� ,.iness
' jls ]       ���  - ������  md I hi  ��� h '"���' -        .��� -ni
nn ��� ;.i   in   -i,; ��� a*   n
..i     verai or Itt  othi     wo da    ��
...... ...      i  yenr I
��     Dill              It   1
j. ai b       ��������� 0111    will idi       '���    '"    M '        ' I ��� ���    M    .:   ...
lh*   least If w*      nd      rwn     i pi      ;      rdei
-    ...     Oil     ' "' ""��� '���  '.I      llth     MM ' ll  1 i. I ���..  , jegji '   > >��� |lo| ' Mil,
ers.-iry, mil   !      o iosi   Mine    .,   ,,,,,,      ,n..,, ���,.    |���jU|. e    | :, (,u|
j     .mi   agreements   an    made   orally,
showing lhal the mill men realize lhe
F>nd*
|ft wl
"":"    'ii hustling, the refractorj
''i w
���ui
ii |,
N'ew
Six hundred and flftj  ple bough!
ocial excursion tlcketa ovei  * he fl,
i    i    R, on  Friday, dboul three bun
tired  mor*   paid cash  farea    on    lh
cars,  n   Im - o   number  drove ovi i   lu
lake p.iii  In  the Teimlnal cllj  re!
i ration,  manj  travelled lo Sieve iloti,
'.. h le others went iu Chiiliwack, Poi i
Mood  *i   other   famill n     holiday
i������ .erl.    bul  ihe greal   mei|orll ���.   ��eul
over in Victoria,  where    lhe    greal
event, iii" winning nr the Kilmarnock
, who ful-  cup by the local laorosg.  tftam, was
teakln, pprovlnglj   the chiei feature for the Mew W88t-
ii
of conscription.    He dwell  upon  the minster people,
once more   persuaded   to  inadequate   preparation           the de- Of courM, the victory of the im'til
Place mi the mils, and the |,.���sc. 0f Greal Britain, i    Inva lon of agregation  wns  no mrprli.   to nny-
'"'I'-'l on Ita way, arriving  which, ho deel n I            n   no   wise one, but all Hip same 11. wns far from
Westminster  v* ry   little  be
_*i iiii,. i
nn     rin    ..     ....... ii,.e   iid    ...
i iii ihinklni   thu inj   lhi   i'i" ��� i
and tl* ��� Id* 'i thai the g *,t__i   had to ;"
e ..ei ii an , osl ��� and wi hi bai : - i
the ie Id with a grim determination I i
aend Tim Maliony bai li with the sl!
verwnre thai same evening, Tliev
���I''1 It, tiie ue*nls fn fom* after |( was
all ever, ami . rent  rnlliii = ln. in among
the  New  Westmiuster dontiugeut.
After the game tbe boyu drove back
to Um elly in s|y|p. nml werp Imiilly
elippi-pil nil nlnni; Hie wny. On Saturday they ImliilBPil In automobile rides
around Hip elly, look in the baseball
game al Oak Bay, and generally hud a
good time, The majority of the team
returned   home   yesterday
li ���    e id Clubs, and I h i polii e Blotted
the Bii iki rs demand tl the     tl  il
i-..     hii I   bl   poll      bj   the   mayoi
take sti      tonight ti     i gin the  wo
ol  'Mmm   a  i'mii'I ol   l| 000 1    * ne
.ina! e, i should ;-'  Ubi i In ��� lothing the
naked moutalhs   ind helping to ttihki ! I       fflclal   Buiitnie  Mesa, r.fiisedj
Ihem  beautiful  as well   is iiroflthbli wl  the strikers  formulated n.
'i'i*"" ttiiolhei  mm ".���  should be Used d and   foi   (iis   discharge,    On  his
In   drainiU!   those   desolate  swamps refusal to granl  this, the mob gatb
which could urodi  ���   the Rttes! oro, en I  In fronl ol   tb*   Hotel  Luj and
If they could be drained.   The retnalli attacked   the  pollci     This  time  the
der et the fUhd should  be UsOd  for .strikers had arms hhd the battle was
Indus trial d*BV_lopme\_l or sudh  inn ns BercC as manj ii) the late reVbitt-
t>08_a  ;is  the  committee   may   inn- Uoh,
vide."   The proposition    caughi   like  ���
wild fire. !    ���
 ���     Seve.nl   much  needed   repairs win
be started this  week  on  the tlOyal
i (.'(iliitntelan   hospital.     The   work-   will
from  be prlil.i__.ly in eOhnBCtiOn with the
has     been     causing
EGGS   FROM    RUSSIA.
Ottawa.   May  26.     \     report
Agent Jackson,  in   L.e.Is,  elves  .ome   I'm nine,   which
afternoon, j particulars of He*'  Russian egg trilde  trOiibi.  for some time, jiml the kil
m   Ho
llpd   i
['"���n in
I
Impossible,      Eve - il  Ide    ol being a sure cinch,  and just    about [while others are staying- over in Vic-   to Greal Britain, the Int. nrtatlonB be- jchen, which Is In need of some atten-
,;,,.,:   Britain kn*                          ���' ���* half time, when the score read three* toria fora few days, Ing Ihrough the Port of Hull, which lfi  Hon.    Tbe  turnace,  which  has been
,,,,! sufllcientlj i ci pe with one In favor of the (..afs, Westmin- The  crowds a!   Victoria    were the  included in Mr, Jackson's district    th j Iti use since eighty-nine, will be tem-
,1,,   tho '    itlnental ster suporters  wondered whether the largesl <o<-;- seen on a holiday In the j 1903  Russia  eajported   if).,TB7 tons of porarily repaired, as a new system or
arralea     V   i on                   '���-'   d^d Impossible was about to happen  and Capital olty, iml every poalsble enn    eggs.    Befor    thej   are  senl   abroad  heating will be installed  as soon as
'.,,,,                              hia   were the Invisibles get beaten In the M Ideratlon  was shown to the visitors {they  are carefulh   sorted  by  expert-,  the proposed addition ls made fo the
game in which they figured Ib's the eitii and repacked  n wiling  to class.       hospital
luled time.
1   W. Norman Bob
Mrs.   Bol
"day at Harrison yesterda;
nccom
l_IH__l-ni ' 'rw-wfe-   jrOs,     -
>M
*
THE   DAILY   XEWS
Mo
NDA
'<��� Ma
"Look at This"
West End, 4 lots, ali cleared,
with lots of fruit, sizes of lots
41x177; also small house containing 4 rooms. This property
is well situated, and will be sold
for $4,000 on terms.
INDIGNATION Riff
IN KOOTENAYS
C. P. R. REVERTS TO OLD SCHEDULE���WILL SERIOUSLY AFFECT    ENTERPRISES.
****************************************************      .p
J Established 1887 facorporated 190. ���    * ��� wlIlS C��   Qi
1 Gilley Bros, ltd i
V 37.
:
McLEOD, MARK &  CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists,"
New  Westminster
: NECKLETS:
See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklets, in GOLD, SILVER,
GOLD - PLATED    and    PEARL
W. C. Chamberlin The Jeweler
A GENT HA MIL TOS   H A TCH
EAT
NEMO
/IND
���
/
LIVE
A FREAK OF NATURE.
f One of tin.- freaks of nature in
���Indian Orchard, .Mass.. is a cherry
i tree growing on top of an eighty
font chimney. Ii is a thriving tree,
standing ton feet above the cap of
tho chimney, and it has grown
rapi*liy despite fierce winds which
have bent it almost double on its
loftv perch.    Every spring it bios-
Slocan  City,   May   25.���The  Slocan,
the pioneer district ot the Kootenays,
today bi seething with public indignation because of the action of the Can-
���i lian   Pacific   Railway   Company   in
abolishing   the   old   schedule  ot  a
daily  service  and  refusing   to    take
mail or passengers except three times
a   week.    This   involves   a   delay   of
several days in getting in and out of
the district, an.l it  is feared will act
[as  a  deterrent  on   many  deals  In  all
three industries  closed  ami   pending.
A   public  meeting will   be held on
Slocan Lake tomorrow al  Xew   Denver, delegates attending from Slocan
City,   Silverton,   New   Denver,   Rose-
berry, Three Forks, Sandon and from
the Nelson Board ol Trade, and resolutions are certain to be  passed addressed to the C. P. R.  ind Dominion
authorities.   Public opinion is arousi _
in   no   uncertain   manner,  and   it   is
c* rtain   that   the   Slocan   people will
pres    the matter to its  utmost conclusion.
The  Slocan   District,   whose   silver
and lea I mines flrst attracted public
attention   to   tii"   mineral   wealth   of
Bi Itish Columbia, is on the eve of a
,'rehflval   of   its   one   time   prosperity
owing to the  inflation  of silver and
lead value's, a revival to which is added   attractions  of an    unprecedented
demand for lumber and an enormous
infljux     of    settlers     seeking     fruit
ranches.   It Is feared that the action
of th" c.  P. R,  will militate againsi
ni" prosper!t}   of the district.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
AND PEA  COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND  FORGE  COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CE
MENT.
This celebrated Cement is
used by nearly all lar^e contractors in the Province.
ROSEBANK  LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL  SAUT.
COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE.   DRAIN     TILE,
SAND. CRUSHED ROCK.
^^|Cl'l;
Leave x. \\
CP.R. M!.S.s
Leave x. vv.
Leave Seati
C.P.R   vv...
Leave X. \V
Arrive x. \\-
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��� Lv. N. W. <i 20
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p.m.
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Telephones: Office 16,    Manager's Residence 22 2
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WEEN YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
Lv. X. W. 3 p, .,,
L.v. Vancouver ���
,    G- N. R.
Lv.  X.   w.
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, L':4o
|8:43 P m. and 6
Mondays only
*  C'  LLKe  ;m, '^
Lv.  Xew   w   ���
and & a. _,., an : " ��*-J
after till n p��� aa't torn, _.l
Lv. Vancouver^^^^^_
same hours. '   " c=t:>ila>t0|
m
ar-X,l
PERFECTION
-������-"
COCOA
���W"* *
(Maple Leaf Labol)       H^^^^^^^^^
Is the best value, because it is pure, nutritious and very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Fras<
Beaver��� ������
Fro.,. X. v,   v
From Chwk. ] h'Mtf
Ftamona��� ������ S��M
Ffeelll   X.   V.     T ,-n     .
Prom Chwk a fj-JH
r , D0W;
i runsfer���
From n w
1 a-m   Prl |,
Mail Service
I Boms, and later pomes the fruit, to
the delight of the hird colonics of   DEPARTMENT   OF  AGRICULTURE.
the   neighborhood.    The   chimney
la a little weather beaten at the top,   Branch of the Da,ry 3nd Cold stor-
the   capstones   broken   away   and ' a3e Commissioner.
many of the bricks knocked out bv '    "
the ravages of thc weather.   Little      The  "ork ot the testing
by little the wind has brought grains  tions in  Canada  is  steadll
oi sand and  soil  there', and  filled (increase;   over  fifty,   mostly  to  On
in all these litlle niches and hole?, !
Kenney's  Restaurant \ Sf1 a *mM aerial carden'
WHERE TO DINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Open All Night
Second-HandPIANOS
ORGANS.    RANGES.    STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,   ETC.'
Rushton & Speck
 The	
SECOND-HA^D   STORE
eing all
and   llowe
associa
|on   111
increase;   over  fifty 	
��� ' ..i'i  and u lebec,   ��iii  be in  opera-
li'nir-
sround the  rim.    Gross tion this yeai under the direct, .Barge
ers   are growing  there   in of the Dairy and Cold Storage C.m-
several varieties, and can readily bejmlss
distinguished with fief.I glasses. But
the most   remarkable  thing  about
this lofty garden is the cherry tree. ,,.,,   ���.���,��� (iay> and (jl��� composIte
It is probable that some hird is re- ���
sponsible for it, drooping a cherry  ,. .��� ������ ,. *
,. , .,       - ' ,      .    .*   ."<- --eai   nioni.aiy io eacb i.inner	
stone there while' eatine the fruit ...      ,,     .     .       ,              . ,,
^^^ tailing the   total   estimated   yield
.loner, Ottawa.   About eight thousand Individual cows  nre under regular   te       the   milk   being   weighi d
evi iy   tenth   day,   and  th*
(samples tested .'.������:���.. month.    Reporl
are senl  inoiiii.lv to cad.
on
W.  also do  all  kinds
J t     of   general    repairing.
v Sign   Man  on   Wheel.
Columbia St. New  Westminster.
Phone 275
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Trl.  113. Office,   Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
^^^^^^^^^       lowest
1   pounds   ol   milk  and
l.l'in    pounds,    testing
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson S Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west ainl south to R*iss-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connect- at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage .'lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday.    November    io,
I.OI.
Leave
9.20 an. spoKane   7'S P-m
12.25 p.m Rossland
9.40 a.m Nelson  .
 he  toil  e,f  the chiiune'v.     The ftjtjtjjtttttj^^^^^m
stone lodged in one of tho dirt filled "nli" '""' butter tot ot ea^ cow wh"s'
niches, where it sprouted, it is a m,lk '"' bas w"'~h'1'1 ���""' sampled,
puzzle, however, how the roots of whether he sends cecords from five or
the tree have found room to spread y cows-
so 11- to allow it to grow to a height Al ,h<; &PrinS Creek Association
often feet. I near   Woodstock, Ontario   for the 30
 _ days ending  Aje.il   1,   -,:, cows   were
Montreal, u. S. A. tested  averaging 68S pounds of milk,
A lady applied the other dav for  testing 3.7 per cent. fat.   Thi
tickets for  the  royal  inclosure at  yield   was
Ascol for self, daughters and for a   ihe  highesi
Miss X. of Montreal.   She received 2.0
��� tickets for  herself and daughters,
I with a communication that Miss X.
j of   .Montreal   should   apply   for   a
i ticket through the American am-
1 bassador.    The onlv parallel we cnn
j think of to this grip of geography
! on the pari of the powers that l*e
' is the reply of the celebrated Duke
; e.f Newcastle, who. on being informed that   Newfoundland was an  is
1 land, shook hands warmly with his
informant and said: "Thank you,
thank you. You always bring us
good new-." ��� Lond* n I llobe.
Beattle, via Sui
Sappei ��� ...
side. No. I	
'. \ ancoui er,  N .   ���
QN.H   Clovi
Blaine ,S* ati ���
Van. _; Cen   Pa
Vi* toria  .
Kasl Burn 1 ,
Ladner, Steves
etc	
C.P ii easl Sa
ton, Mill-:
1 loquitlam
Vim   and  11 irn 1
(. N R   FI ���
TImberland,   i
and I'ii 11
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Canadian Pacific Railway!
Britl.h  Colurrbea Coast Lint
Service.
TIMf  TABLE
B. c. Coast L ne St-,:!.
ALASKA ROUTE.
: I
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I
1   ; ..::.
an aver-
testing 3.2,
- cow being
A  FLY  IN  A WEB.
Tl,
Wn.   ��   llnv  Spider  Imprlnoned
IIIh   Big   \ I.'line.
"One morning when busy in my
workshop," snys _ naturalist, "a large
fly, double the size of a bluebottle, was
caught in a spider's web In 11i��- window close t" where I uns at work. It
wns held by two of its legs only, nnd
1 for some ijne. the spider,  which  was.
1 nbout   tile  SlZO   Of   til"   llv's   brail,   pr e-
; .ceded  to strengthen  Its bold  by nl
Inching numerous  extra   bin's  to  the
j two cnptlve  limbs, cnrefully  k?oplng |
, oul of reach of tho others, which wcro
le'iiim.' mil in all directions In frantic
i efforts tei oscnpo
Dixviile, Que., month ending April
20, had an average fron 116 cows of
272 |ioiiiiels of milk, testing ".?. the
highest yield of anj one cow being
750 pounds,, testing 2.2. At North
Oxford, om.. 106 tows gave
age ; i'M of T_ii pounds,
the- mosl from any Blngl
1,725 pounds, testing 3.3. This cow
a ,1 two-year-old gave over ten thousand [loimils In twelve months. She
la ".'.ne I hy 1 he Se< retary nf the Association  there,
St, Proi p* -. ',' ie . had only 21' cows
ror the firsl period en !in-' Vpril 6,
... ||h nn average ol 3." 1 pounds nt
n testing 3 5, The number of cows
11 111 _<   iei -'--I.  Increase I nexl  monl h
UNREST   IN   INDIA.
Population of Bengal  in  State
vous   Irritatio.
:f Ner-
Calcutta, Mni 26.���Although there
have been me fresh outbreaks In Eastern Bengal the urest continues. It
i; largely attributable to the Hindu
ir.ovemenl
I-,
:*:
M:
"The Best is the Cheapest"
Tiie old rule works both ways  If  you  gel   youi
ne    ..   ill" "Boston Dentists."  Oui  0 1: imm -   ire al
many years' experience,    We em        no others
dental   work
graduate spe
Their
patent-
on      Our
equalled any-
clalists ^^^^^^^^   ^^^^^^^^^
work, accomplished with the aid of the "Boston Dentists'
c l painless methods, Is the bi il   knowi .     u ife
gold and porcelain crown an I       Ige -.mum cannot      >
where al any price.    Let ua give you an estimate
We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years
Protective Guarantee
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
/nil sei ol teeth $5 and up
Gold ('  iwns  $3-00
Brl Ig ��� VV u k, per tooth,.. .$5.co
Oold  '
Silver Flllln
i       i ��� ���
���$1   and   up
    00c
 50c
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  .DR. A. R. DA KER,  Consulting Dentist
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Princes
May ;i.
i    Princess   M i .
Maj   19
Princess
May 29.
VA.We 11   ,
3 s. Princess \
ver, l p.m. da
Leaves Victoria
VICiORIA SKATI ,E li UTI
I'iJl.Ne ESS
Leaves Victoi ':;
at 8:30.
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINST
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Vi* toria : ���- ~-1 ''"
Friday at 7 a.m , ami    iv*   S'eo^j
niliiHicr on  We Ino >
at   7 a.in.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE
S. S. Joan
Leu e's \'.iii    .       laily ut':
WEST   COAST  ROUTE
Steamer Queen City.
Leaves  Victor ���'����� ����(
7th. and   Uth  ��� for Ct|
ipioi;   leave-j V on   - ;'
c.iiaieiiin and ��
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTi
Steamer Tranifer
Leaves   Nev.   \\ e�� n lister on
.bow
lay,   Tuesday,   '���
.nd   Fi'i.i  en  -       i.��nd ii[%
.i 2 p. m. wi::. mi      nal trip on �����
lav . ^_
Monel.iv. Tueriffl
:i t nrJay
adding
in.
lo  boycotl   English goods.
in'
"During ii  short  respite In tli" cup ;
tlve's struggles   tho spider  cautiously
. nppronchod nnd with Its bind legs got I ""
Day Train Arrive   80vornl  lllrils "'' its tiny  rope round
.  Spokane  ... .7.13 p.m.   O"0 of the limbs thnt wer'o fi   Those-      ,.   ,.���,������   organwai
4.10 p.m.   Pellets wore cnrrled on till nil the legs  National Vol,on..,��������� 1.
6.45 P-m    vvm'e Q.���'y    nd,    11   then  Injectw" ' Volunteers is carryln
H. A. JACKSON.       . p,olso" """ """ of U10 legs.   This soon
 *i*eeu,.,| itself, for iN denying ,.,,,.,.,.
, reduced   the   victim's struggles   In   a
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted |bTd��dSV ""'""���-
"Shortly aftor n second hii*. resist
At��tne ���    i ""'���<���   c��"i��l.   nnd   tho   victor  rattlod
Fraijpr RIvprTanncKv   (l0W" "' s""k ""' Jlii,'"s '"' lts f-^'"'-
rra_.cr stiver 1 anncryj pre.v,   ti���. ,tnmim in��ted quite nn
  hour.   Nexi ni irning tb'e fly wns alivo
W   U      a  f      L   Ti   '        r-1        ,l,l,M!l"sl>i'1"' WMsiillsui'kj:,.,- ������t Its
Highest Cash Price Fata     iifpiiin_d."-niii.ijr_ \,..,<
Mohammedans Btlll refuse to join
boj cotl  .-nl 1 he  lliiielu   bli tern* ss
aist   them  Increases,
\   i limlii   organization    c died   I he
 ^^^^^^^^.., on ilu-
I'.ii'iiion in iim rural districts, keeping tli" whole population In n 1 tate of
nervous irritation, The members go
himiii'iI with sjiears, clubs and swords
and sometimes firearms, preaching
sedition, hnniperlng trade, destroying
[Yin i/n goods : nd lerrorlzln 4 1 he inli ib Minis.
Trade    has    almosl    -: ippe.l    and
farming   Is  hindered.    The Jute  ���
i \ llki ly to be sei iei u Iy < rl 'pled,
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
_________���
at ."1 a, in
Loaves Steve - m
Wednesday, rhui        m
7 a. in.;   I'i i lay a       1
trip Saturd u  ���< i-  '.'
UPPER FRASER R    -H
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  Now   v.    - 11 ns'e
.  nl Frlda
illlal''
tfitiixAm
ROUTE
S a.
Mondays, Wednes
Leaves Chllllwaci
a. in.
Thursday  anel  Saturdays
ROt'TE.
landings   between   N'"w
and Chllllwaclt.
NORTHERN  B. C
S.  S   Tees
Leavea Vanco '  v���"i
ach month, ?"  .
ine]   19th   or  en
Skidegate on flrsl trip ana ^ �����
ind "-1, . ..J
arrlv
��� on second trip. Time on
are npprMl'Jiate.
Mil m",rffl"
ilepiirtnr   	
Por  reserval   -
.-ill or nddress
:ief.
(ien
\ge_
Pas
General flui -
,.-1, nnVirt
v     ,���    VellO"11'"'
.1   W,   B%crnrli
,.,��� . lent Vl .DAV.
1AY 27. 1907.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
>i._
ar-.v.i
lorthcrn
pacific
Three
T.an*t��nl:ir,cntal
Trains Daily
TraV( j on the Famous
',':; COAST LIMITED"
ited train.    Low Rates.
Excellent Service.
Li-'limc-
y York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AN!i ALL POINTS EAST
���amshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-
oints.
['j.   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
hates  to   Southern   California.
foil inf* rmtion call on <*r write
y | -, ��� v,, General Apent,
; St., Vancouver, B. ('.
ii..
rj. CHARLTON,
Portland, Or
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
er and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuiuclurers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned 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.
Telephone  12.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
Tlio doetor can't always cure youj
sometimes It's your mean disposition.
The trouble ahout a good time _���
that people seldom agree on what It is.
If a shiftless man In a country town
doesn't keep greyhounds he usually
plays a fiddle.
So many men fool away so much
valuable time doing things in whleii
there is neither point nor profit.
Ii is nol recorded that any financial
genius ever got his star! by pun-has
iug diamonds on the installment plan.
When a man is telling of a quarrel
he has had nnd says, "I said to tin-
other fellow," be nearly always makes
what, he says a good deal worse than
it was,
Alter n girl hai married ancl left
home she Bits up anel lakes notice every tin.',' tier pnivnts buy an expensive
dress for the daughter still at home.���
Atchison Globe.
EUROPEAN  SOLONS.
Hie
New Westminster
Victoria Day
- ! ��� eld tu all local point- at
ONE FABE AND ONE-THIRD
1
��� ������ round trip.
1
ale   May 22, 22 an.l 24;
6.1  1
...   . ��� mu up to May _7.
11    1
I
m
EU. aOULET,
U. y. it. Ageut.
New Westminster.
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   Vor   BANK   WITH
 The  =====
Tiie  Departmenl   Store.
The organizatl in of a great depart
mrnt store is almost military In its
discipline nml is one nf thi' best examples nf whal organization can acccra
piish. The proprietor ^ commander in
chief, ami under hlm nre a number of
. assistants who are \vha_ might he considered district supervisors, Below
them are the heads nf departments,
who are responsible I > their district
chief or to some other head, The lloor-
walker, ihe mini who is so much in
evidence because he spi'mls his time
in the aisles, is, in fact, a superintendent or foreman in charge of a department or series of departments. Each
counter is under the' general supervision of what is known ;:s it head
salesman, hut this head salesman is
subject to the direction of the floor
walker.���"Starting In Life," by N. O
Fowl*'!, Jr.
NAILS  AND  NAILING.
Ld Trunk Ry.       ROYAL BANK./~ CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER   45,000,000
fcxcellenl Train Service Between
icago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
[ontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Id ill I ��� principal business centers of
. i"..!;l". QUEBEC an.l   the MAI.I-
riME PROVINCES.
to Bl i i'AI.o. NEW YoKK and
LADELPH1A, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim*  Tables, etc.. address
GEO.   W.  VA_X,
.' Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
f-i-. .    Adams St.. Chicago, III.
TAKE
The White Pass
land Yukon Route
\\'.' welcome small accounts ami pay interest four times
a year "ii Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABl 7SKED 1817.
CAPITAL $1 .,���....0OC.OO
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfouudland, ami in linden, Englanel.
New York. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A_, and Mexico City. A General Banking  Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, availaMe wit! correspondents in all earts of the
War'. 1.
Savings Bank Depart-nent. Deposits received in sums of $1 and ajwards,
and Interest allow* I al 3 pei cent, iter annum (present rate) adoVel
four times a year.
Total  Assets over  j. >8,000,0(.0.00.
N'EW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
F CONR .D, CARCROS. . ATLIN,
[ HORSE,   DAWSON   and
I ' i.S.    Daily  trains  (eaocept
f rrying   passengers,   mail.
f-'"'--   .'Ml    freight    connect    with
:  rpss nm!  White Horse,
thr<u_li  winter service.   Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.
infoi mation apply to
I   li    I   :-'..!-'.RS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver.   B.  C.
They  Figure  In  Speech  as  Well  as  In
Tr_de and  Building.
To nail a thing is to fix cr fasten
with a nail or nails; to drive nails
into for the purpose of fastening or
securing, such as to nail up a box,
to nail a shelf lo the wall, to nail
iown the hatches, etc.; to stud with
_ails-. figuratively, to nail a thing is
to pin it down and hold it fast, such
b^ to nail a bargain or secure by
preempt action. It was Burns who
.aid:
Ev'n ministers, they ha'. been ken'd,
Ir. holy rapt lire,
A rousing whiil eet times to vend
An nail 't wi' Scripture.
Passing into thc colloquial, to
"nail to the counter" is to-put a
counterfeit coin out of circulation
by fastening it with a nail to the
counter of a shop: hence, figurative
ly, to expose ns false.
Other definitions referring to the
hail are: Nailer, one who nails, who
makes nails or who sells them,
while a female nailmaker is referred
to by Hugh Miller as a naileress. .A
oailcry is described as an establishment where nails are made. A nail
head is the head cf a nail, and anything is said t.i he nail headed when
so shaped as to resemble the head
of a nail.
A nailing machine is one for forc-
Kiltii-r    l,o*v    ray   or    No    Pay
llr.ii-   For   I..'iivi'.iiiki'rK.
The Norwegian member of parliament >rets little more than ..." a day fur
his public services, and even then when
he taki's a day off he loses liis pay. The
same is the rase with the members nf
the Swiss diet. They nn' rewarded
with $4 a day mi conditlou that they
do met absent themselves from work.
lee p. farther east, it is found that
Itoiumiiiin thinks her lawmakers worth
$5 a day. Four dollars is tim dally
wages nf theisi' who compose the Bulgarian Bobranje, but members who live
In the e'ii|,-;tiii get eeiily .S." daily.
Denmark is i.le.iui the stingiest of all
European countries sn far as remunerating ber legislators Is concerned, Danish members of parliament get only
$1.50 a day, but, ou the other hand,
they bave the' odd privilege of n tree
senl in the Royal theater at Copenhagen.
While the members of the German I
relehstag  are   nol   salaried,   tbe   lawmakers of the various German /tates
do not work for nothing,   Soxe-Coburg J
members of parliament are paid about .
$3.25,  those of  Bavaria $2.50 nnd  of
Hesse $2.25.
At  Brst sight  Hungary seems to do
her lawmaking on the cheap plan, f< r
her members get $1,000 ii year In cash
But they are not so badly off after all
tor a  liberal allowance is made Into.
the bargain for house rent.    Austria-
Hungary's  two  legislative  assemblies
cost the country about $800,000 a year j
in all.   Both in Austria aud Hungary
legislators can  travel  tirst class  with \
second class tickets.
Besides  the  United  Kingdom,   Italy
and Spain are tbe only countries which
pay nothing to the members of purlin- ,
meiit.
In Portugal also the state does i.ot
remunerate legislators, but they receive free railway passes, and their
constituencies ar*' legally permitted to I
pay those who represent them a sum
of about .3.75 for each day's session.��� ���
New York Herald.
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Clarkson street on Sixth street, a
gold hat pin, mounted with Cornell seal. Finder kindly rei urn u
Daily News Office.
WANTED���By an old established Insurance company an agen: In New
Westminster. Splendid contract to
right man. Apply Room 24 McKin-
non Block,  Vancouver.    Home  Life
Association.
oil IH',
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively in timber. Have large an.i small
tracts on water. If you wish to
buy or sell, see me. S. li. Chandler,
407   Hastings  St..   Vancouver,  B.C.
FOR SALE���A small island containing
about la acres, close to New Westminster city. Can be used for a mill
site. For particulars apply to
Gunderson & Anne's grocery.
Printer's Ink Tells���Try the Arrow
Press for a few hundred Dodgers or
Circulars���Silent canvassers that
reach where th*' merchant cannot
go. A transient customer today, a
permanent one tomorrow. Al! classes ,Ioh Printing. ARROW PRESS,
Room 4, Daily  News  lilock.
Fropinkiii  For Grafthis.
In a letter t" the Lancet, Dr. Ranking of Oxford tells of the use of frug-
skin for grafting. "For more than
twenty years." says the physician,
"the frog bas furnished me with grafts
ln all cases requiring such treatment.
My first use of it was in my own case.
I had suffered for nearly three years
from obstinate ulceration of the skin
of tin' foot, which hail resisted nil
treatment ami steadily refused lo heal.
I began using grafts of frogskin in
tbe middle of January, "1885, nml In
less than six weeks bad a sound covering of skin. At the present time, more
than twenty years having elapsed, the
cicatrix is perfectly soiinel nni! has
none' of the puckering ami stiffness sc
often seen in cicatrices where human
grafts have been used." Or. Ranking
was so encou.nged by this result that
he used frogskin iu every case of the
kind after that and at a rough estimate
must bave used it in some Ut-"' cr 400
���ases
CHOCOLATES
A Big New Stock
right from the factories.
Webb's and Lowney's,
from 5c up.
If you have a", lady
friend, we are sure she
will appreciate a box of
these
Fresh  Chocolates.
Curtis' Drug Store
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW.
t��-����~��.
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO
K.  E.  WALKER, Pr* sidenl
ALEX,   LAIRD,   General   Manager.
[The Milwaukee"
'he F,. n����r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Ch'< i "South West Limited"
K;'        City to Chicago.
in   thr   service   on   any
- the  world   that   equal  in
il  that of the  Chicago,  Mil-
et. Paul Ki.ilway. They
,   i ate their own sleeping
. rs on all] ttw.r trains nn.:!
paiti.mn   an   etsoellence of
- i btainable elsewhere.
ROWE, General .'/gent.
��� St.. ror Alder. Portland, Or.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
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TO SEND YOU OVER1
'THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
p'u   1'iiiis Everv Day in the V��ir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
,, ,.Tl11' TRAIN OF  FAME
"'���    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
"Ibo ir.  t|,e ncwest    anj best ideas1
��r comfort,  convenience;
2  ' UXURY,     It   is   lighted   with
'nJ\ electricity   and   gas;,   the   most
 ��� ' , ing or driving nails into place; in
_,.       -^ |. |-�� |        f/"�� carpentrv, a  feeding tube for the
The Canadian Dank ot Commerce ��� < '   )> 1 ^�� o_
_. _*>.  -w��~ reciprocating hammer; m shoemalc-
i ;n*_\ a po-we. machine closely allied
Reserve Fund $5,000,000 to thc ehoe pegger, used to drive
small metallic nails or brails into
the 60.es of shoes.
The nail machine is a power ma>
chine- for making nails, spike's, brads
nr tacks.
A naihnaker Is one who makes
r.ai)-: a nailer, n person connected
in any capacity in the manufacture
of nails.
A nail plate is a plate of metal
rolled 1" the proper thickness for
cutting it'io nails.
A nail rod is a strip split or cut
from an iron plate to be made into
.rrought nails. A nail selector is n
machine, or an attachment to a naii
machine, for automatically th row-
In out headless or otherwise ill
formed nails and slivers,
A countersunk naii is one haying
a cone shaped head like thai of a
screw; a cut nail, one mado by a
nail machine, as distinguished from
a wroughi .or forged nail.
"(Jn the nail" means on the spot,
nl ome. immediately, without delay or postponement, us. to pay
money on thc nail. This phrase is
said to have originated from the
custom of making payments, in the
exchange at Bristol, England, and
[���J-j elsewhere, on the top of n pillar
* ' called "the nail."
BANKING   BY   MAEL
m.n  ...' transacted by m all   with   any   branch   of  the   Hank
������ ned, and deposits made or withdrawn by mail.    Every
to ou: eif-tow ii accoun is.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
The Ostrich's Mistake.
A trained ostrich recently disconcerted its exliibitor at a music hall
by continually endeavoring to break
away from all restraint and to climb
over tiie footlights into the orchestra. The widely advertised act cavne
to a sudden end, and thc professor
emerged from behind thc curtain
and apologized for the actions of liis
pet in about these words:
"Lydies and gentlemen, Hi ham
very sorry to disappoint you this
hevening. We arc compelled to
cease our hengagement until tiie
management hengages n now hor-
chestra leader, The one at present
hemployed 'ere 'as no 'air on top
of 'is "end. ami my bird takes it for
a hegg."���London Tit-Hits.
SPROTT - SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. W , Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in  Demand.
R. 1. SPiWI, B. A., Printipaf
t-~>
furniture!
The. Finest and Latest Stoc
Our clearance sale b still on,
New goods arriving daily.   I
W. E.
_ "( Furniture is to lie seen at F.'e LES
Over $15,000 stock still to go.
.atest styles and best finishes.
(Villi
""'y   illuminated   train   in   the
nrl''      The   equipment   consists   of
t IVat��   compartment   cars,   standard
Action  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
t '��� r��clining chair cars  (seats free),
,r0a,ln|i  day   coaches   and  buffet,  H-
'* a'id smoking cars.
'��r Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
''  information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7*0 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
|e_^er<JI_'J^>'V���*>>����^^^
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in half-pound packages
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FURNITURE   EMPORIUM
716 and 718 Columbia St.     Four  Floors.      Rear Extension,  Front St
Adams & Deans
Willie Alio Discover*.
A teacher In charge of tho second
primary grade at a Denver school wns
telling the children about Columbus
one day not long ago. She told them
all nbout the home life of the discoverer of America and all about his people.
"Ills relatives," she said, "were wou)
combers."
The next day Columbus was discuss
ed again. "By the way, children," said
the teacher, " do you remember what
his relatives were'r"
There was a moment of profound
stillness. Then a little fellow In the
rear of the room nils, d his hand.
"You may tell us, Willie," said tho
toucher.
"They was barbers," said the boy.���
Denver Tost.
Not Only Walls Have Ears.
"Mrs. Smith looked lovely this
afternoon," remarked the woman
jiw' returned from the pink tea.
"Usually she gets herself up like a
cream puff or a slab of Neapolitan
i ice cream, but tins afternoon she
looked lovely.
"Was she as much painted as us -
al?" asked the girl,
"Painted?" queried the kid of the
. family.    "What color?"
"Red, white and blue," explained
the  girl   quickly,  adding:   "Little
pitcher:-!    He'll be telling her tin.
, nexi  time she calls."���New  York
Tress.
The   Regret   of  Mis   Life.
Sir William Grove, thc eminent _el
' eiitlst and jurist, never forgave hlmseli
| for not discovering tho spectroscope,
"I had often observed," be said, "that
there were different lines exhibited iu
the speci rn nf different metals ignited
:��i the voltaic nre, ainl If I bad bad any
reasonable amount of wit i ought to
have seen the converse���viz, that by
Ignition differ.nl bodies show in their
spectra! linen the materials of which
they are composed."
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   opeu
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Ag* nt for the celebrated South Demi
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic  Expedition.    All warranted.
cliains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Wiete'h repairing; charges reasonable.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
ft
EMPRESSES
n
Iwo  Poor Wnltera.
Hewitt ��� Time waits on no man.
lewett���1 guess .hat's thu name of the
new waiter at mj restaurant.���New
York Press,
To do al! in our power to Win health
ind keep it Is as much our duty as to
uo bonost.���Seward.
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H. Power I EMPHESS OF IRELAND 1      TON.
Next sailing from Quebec, May 31st,
lor other dates and particulars of re-
ductons In lares, apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.  P. It. Agent.
Agent  for all Atlantic S.S. companies
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AND _,NU1NE
WOKK..
SHIP SMITHING, BKlLHih; nnd
STRUCTURAL  IRON    WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   Wont,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mull orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE HTHJ&m.
.Sei.  Westminster. r. O. 474.
M    ... | MMMMMi
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For Dinner���um WINDSOR
TABI_E SALT.   Its fine purity
adds a new delicious savour to
vegeubies, meats and salads.
Never Litter.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Tr_: sient displ iy a Ivertising, 10
cent.- per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
the inch. Five cents per line for
si    ���,��� nt insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type   20
cents   per  line, brevier or  nonpa
10 ce���:s per line.
For time contracts, special ��� isi-
tions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sale-, loat
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
j*?r word. No a lvertisemenr taken
for less than 25 cents.
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microbe.    "One could not
- ' - the News, "one
could not even run away from it."
li it   : a< ing    is   not     gambling,   saj s
- imeone.   Not necessarily, of con:���.,
but take all the gambling out of
senl  daj   racing anil see how quickly
the   "sport   eef   _in-'-"   would   shrivel
to   such   small   dimensions   that    one
- ��uld hardly find mention of it in the
newspapers.
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office    A22
Night   Office    B32
WESTMINSTER 10SES
810 CRICKET MATCH
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(Continued  from Page
MONDAY.   MAY 27.   1907.
THE    EMPIRE,
jn th* se days �� hen "Impel la -
jects ai    in fashion   I and  n hen som i
"e,,, empire-builders
m trate their ignorance
ABC fthe business), the- foil iwing
Is ol . ��� ��� st, Mr. Macdonald's st in l-
ins.' iu bis own party gives weight I .
his o. ini ms. Writing from Australia
of hi-  observal il  tn ittei a  the e
he explains that society is alrea Ij divided   into   "mass"   and   "class"���the
upper (. usl and the "common people."
(i      ���        ttter,     he   says:     -Final::.-.
there        the greal  mass of the c im-
iiniii   . ��� . !".   typified   by the   readers
n[  Ti;-   Bulletin,   who    regard     the
Mother Country as a kind of money-
lend* .-. ���- r as a snob,  or as a st*   -
mother, or who are growing indifferent  to her existence,    and  yet   who,
when  they think of it, retain a  good
d< al ���     iffection for us.   This Is the
Radical Australian Nationalist section
���Young Australia. II    clamors for an
Austalian   policy;   it  buys  Australian
goods ��� al  ; j- i> against borrowing in
London; it wains to work up its   ������ ��� n
raw material; il despises the classes;
when h  wants to be severe upoi     iu
It r*      ���   yon with a drawl; it .-���   ei
mm ...   to  Governmenl   Hous* s;   ii    ie-
longs to the La!.or party an I to 1
unions, and    meets    in    trades    hall,
it is to wield the >_reatesl influence of
the future.
Is It compatible with Empir* ? I
think ft is. heir not with an Empire
conl oiled by conservative fo ces, in I
notl _as fmpn ssed me mon- i . -
'���: ���- irneying    tha     thi   failur
of li. ��� writers and speal    3 al
��� '     perhaps om     _< ���    I into r* ���  Its * dstence."
RAILWAY   ACCIDENTS.
Th<    ecen tion  .
���      - ornegl     ...
' te   T ront 1   ..
' -   '���      Dail     N, ......
'    1   ���      elt*.-   the
offlci
tit  a . :  th*   ci
then i
Simps in, c Peers b Peei s 	
:��� r, '��� <'.en:. : .1:   .  Peers   .
'l: ij nh >m  ;'   Peers   	
....   c   Vidal   b   Peers   	
S        no   out   	
Extras   	
Houses on Easy Terms j
$1000
5 room Cottage;    good loi    ion        I     . from car.
$1250
���:.. C ���' -���-���    I 1   in gai len;    :. idem conveniences
S1500
6 roon   (   1 age   ..��������       en cai  line;    all t m\  nieni > -
S1500
'��� ' - ��m Cottage;    2 lots in I   lit trees;    go   I Io* .t'ion.
$2150
'���     -   ns; lot 5 1x15 1, in sai  ��� :..   :..   I*   n  1  m ��� en  snees.
$2000
,;  1 > ��m i: ': -������;    model n;    lot 04x16.;    all in fi ii
Money to Loan
in large or small amount., on terms and conditu
to suit borrower.
Total   	
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
First���
A.   Malins,   b  Simpson   	
li.  Vidal, c Ti M.vnham ie Fa ildei
C.   Purvis,  b  Simpson   	
F. J,   Peers,  b Simpson   . .���	
T. rf.  Annahdale,  b  Simpson  ...
P. C.  Lashmar,  b Simpson   	
G. W, Schroeder, b Godwin 	
F. S. Cameron, ie Godwin 	
A.  Howard, b Simpson   	
A.  N. McKe ij. run out  	
(I.  Simpson,  not  out   	
Extras   	
120 Acres
10 cleared, substantial house, orchard. 100 trees,
chicken houses and runs for 200 fowls, 5 mile;
from town.
Only $25 per acre
For Reliable
Watches and Clocks
Come to me.    Written gua
given with every purcl
Accurate timekeepers and I     [.
some presents.
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., next B. C. L. I.. Qffic
Total	
Second Inning���
.\.   Malins,   b   Simpson   	
A. N. McKeay, e Shaw b Simpson
A.  Howard,  b Simpson  	
J. H. Vidal, b Simpson  	
G. Simpson, c Robson b Simpson..
T. S. Annandale, b Simpson 	
P. C. Lashi Go Iwin b Sin., .- in
F. J. Peers, c Simpson     Sii
O.   Purvis,  not   out   	
F. rf. Cameron, le Elliol  	
G. W, Schroeder, run o it  	
FIRE    INSURANCE
If your   house,   furniture  or othe    prop*
is a can.   We represent the following  leading insn ance ,    n    - es
HARTFORD   CC.   (ln;orPorated      1810
CONNECTICUT  CO..   (Incorporated, i350
INS. CO.  OF  N.  AMERICA   (Incorporated, ...              -794
PHENIX    OF   BROOKLYN (incorporated.      1353
These old reliable companies . I dollar foi      liar In eve-.-
reat fire since their Incorporation. ^^
. ACREAGE
. I iss farm in Chiiliwack District,   -���
$75    ���       icre;   1-2  cash.
101 acres on I'itt river, close to the Fi isi     a
nds, all  cleared,  about  65  acres  ln  crop, prici  $75C
20 acres on V, W, \- V. Ry., In Burnaby, onlj
. 1   small   irehard,  6-room house, good barn, price $2100
8 acres on main road on Lulu Island.cioa ���
1   . .. balance e isj  tei ms.
��� mi  Lulu lsl nnl, 300 j ards   �� itei -froi
City,   ,1ICI    $1500.   Me   a   cash    leer..-: .
isb.
$2003. |J
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White, Shiles & Co.       Ha,C   &    LaneJ
f ���    1     AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
260 Columbia Street,        New Westminster. B.C.   I
^^ 248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.
Phone   .3 3 5
P. O. Box 26.1
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Big
Shoe House
New Westminster
8 WE ARE
SHOWING
A GREAT
STOCK OF
SUMMER
SHOES.
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Wi'-I'ii.".-!!'!!    ���  c
ed  after In To
.... bave
an *
���   get   11 th*
and
01 ���.    1.ye" lle-iii this when the si reets
are  cl*   n,  but   how  aboul   1 hi    li .������
w hen   the  crossing  al   the  c 11 ne ��� is
the onlj  tolerably clean place?    The
"seat-en I hog'1 1ms come In also
his   share   of  attention;   "passengers
must lake 1 he far end of 1 he Be 11  In
open   cars"  Is   the  order.    If  I    .
��� ���'   like this Toronto  will  a ion
as far advanced along 1 he
.   civilization   aa   New   West-
Ladies'
White Canvas Shoes
$1.75.o$2.50
LADIES!
Sec our Am
erican make
of Canvas
Shoes.
Colors:
white, blue,
pink, brown
Can he cleaned.
With dressing t
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IN GOOD
_fe^
COMPANY
tajck
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VWl match.
0
1   ���     ago, Toronto the Good  ivas
hJgh  fever through  the  pi
��I  of the   -   mi din 1
"TAYLOR-MADE"
The new American Slice for
men $5.00, $5.50, $0.00
WE SELL
UNION MADE SHI
NONE BETTER THAN
r       WE ARE
SPECIAL AGENTS
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'PAW1'."!.*!
AND   LNJOY    )OOD   MUSIC
^TO_*K}-WBO__x_��_Tj    ,'___H__J3:_;,'3S_3_5'ar'_.'.
Phonographs      Graphopiones
Victor Talking Machines
FROM $12.50 AND UP
Thousands of selections to choose from
for all instruments.
High Grade Pianos
\W NEW
d if
USJC HOUSE THE   DA TLY   XEWS.
THE
CASH STORE
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THINGS For
Victoria Day
GLOVES.
e-q lai tei       am
K 'I 0loves;    lack.w hit*.
��� m    ���'./������ . ������. ���:-1  t.e 7   $2.00.
$2.50. $3.50, $3.75.
long     silk    Gloves;
���i hite   gri;.. pink, p iie
6   to   S      $1.00.     $1.25,
$1.50. $2.00.
'mm     Lisle    Gloves;
lan,    grej.    etc    75c,
35c. $1.00.
shorl     Kid    Glovei:
- en. hrown, grey, gn ������.
Ite;   .*..     3-1   to    Tm.   -
$-.00 to $1.65.
shorl   Lisle     Gloves;
:   and  ��hile';   6to s   35c
50c.
Ki I,    Silk .mi I    Cotton
ilack, '  te,     : in,
- ���. .  navy;   3. !.   1     n 1  C���
20c, 25c,  '/5c.
Belts -25c,  C5c.  53c
Bla      S    .   Belts���25c,  50c,  75c
to $1.75.
I ick, whil     .���.     :
ther   Bell ���35c, 50c,
:. $1.00  to  $3.20.
ii an I  l.ii:' ti
nd   Peter   Pan
c,   25c.   35c.   50c.
er Pan Purs
35c.
P Han :
Squavi   Hum ;,  Envelopi
lu    ���   ���     I    I'O '���'���
m and grej    35c to lb
������  :\-      ;:>     ;    :: PI II
:,   Bin  tie : I     :
V
Women        ai     Cotton     Hose;
bV& in _V_-   20c. 25c. 35c.
Women'       elacl     Lisle    Hose;
Iaii    ...     fane;     dro estitch,
.  i iroiderj   oi   open    n i I
35c, 50c.  65c. 75c.
\\ .   en' Italian     Silk,
S .    Mixed .im Pure Silk���75c,
$1.00. $1.25, $1.50. $2.50, $3.50.
v  .   ��� n's mui i' itton Hose;  v'j
to :<i.;    25c and 35c.
lien's      black       i' shmere
1! ise    25c.  35c. 50c. 75c.
'.'.' mi en's   tan   Cashmere   Hose
35c.  50c.
m ij s'   and   Girls'     plain     nnd
; i ibed i lotton  Hose in  black
...  I tan-  25c to 50c pair.
Infant ���'     w  Ite     and     colored
���        ...     Sox    nu I   three-
|       quarter Hose.
Women's    colored    LIsl ���    Lace
whil       : l     c ilors���
50c pair.
v  .   en's   .-. Iiii i     Law n   Hand-
' ;��� -    ��iih half .ii- th ��� ��� ���-
5c.
Goe     Ro In     Han I-
���     lllefa    5c.
1 Lac*     i'. Ige    ..:. I    Eni-
lilereil i   Ikerchiefs
10c,  15c. 20c, 25c.
Real    Irish     I.iii 'ii     Han
���     ���   -    20c. 25c. 35c.
i | in pi      d   Handk
Cell���'.      Silk      ;i .:. i .   r-
-    53c. to  $1.25.
i Ii mmm: mm   Hand       liiefs
m   12  1-2c,  15c.
BLOUSES
��� ���  White  i .avi n, triiu-
��� iili Insertion and tucks
inl  50c.
ei    V'il
Law ii wl ii
iuc  -   Bpei i ii
of  Fine   Lawn   Muslin.
Organdy    aud    other
i- materials,  attractively
I*   with blind or open em
levy  work,  lace  Insertion
. Iglng and othi r til i ���
rimmlngs   $1.25,   $1.50,
'00, $3.00 to $6.75.
���-"Ik Eton Suits, jus In
.'.���. in navy, fawn and gray
-  finest   novelties    of  the
���mi
SUHS'AkDZS
ides ol .Tap Silk with
,. frame an I crook handle
In all ' i ��� S" en, blue, red,
ttc $1.50, $1-75. $2.25, $2.50.
Sunshades of Embroidered
Lawn in n neai star design
$2.75.
Sunshades ��� i Tussor silk with
lining  of  .1 ip   Silk    in  such
shades  ns   red,    green    and
lue   $3.50.
: mshades In Ponge colors, with
HUtns of white silk and
a dlque work In border, pretty  and  serviceable   $3.50.
I'I j orate Sunshades of Japanese  and  French  Silks, trimmed      ��iih      chiffon      and
niching     in   many     ways-
from 4.75 to $10.00.
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CITY NEWS
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Phone   138   for swee
cream nnd buttei milk.
fl-lMtlll, K.
After Borne time spenl in getting the
! horse out on dry ground the party
I oroceeded once more on their way.
Mrs, Dominy and Miss v.'��;.r. who'
had been visiting in Seattle for sume j
time, the guests of Rev. II. H. Gowen,
returned to this city on Saturday,
WEEK  WITHOUT FOOD.
Brothers   .Lost   .Off  Alaskan  Coast���
Crazed   With   Exposure.
Only  one   drunk   was   gathered   In
by the arm of the law Saturday night, ������        *
and he wns allowed to go after sober- After drifting  for a  week  off  the
Ing  up and  depositing  the usiinl $', coasl of southeastern Alaska in a dis-
A Few of the CRUMBS From
Our Feast of Bargains....
Extra  super-union INGRAIN' CARPET,   :it!  inches   wide,   reversible;
in popular shades of red, green and  tan;   bright, clean, new
goods; regular inice 75c per yard  43c
One-room  lengths of INGRAIN CARPETS,  combining   both all-
wools and union;  worth up to $1.27, per yard; clear 60c
JAPANESE   MATTING;   jointless; 36 inch;    in red, green, blues
and natural straw color;  regular value 30c and 35c; special..2 3 _
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT  BLOCK,
Phone 73
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
bail.
Cut  flowers and Pot  Plants,
up Tidy, the florist.    'Phone A1.4
abled  launch, vv. L, and O. K. Ball,   "
Rl    I brothers,    were    picked    up   by   the *4M*>��***ML+��*r^^
launch Flirt on Thursday and landed   v ���#
nt Valdez, Alaska. Crazed from hunger
A   complain!   has  been   made   thai ""l exposure the men collapsed when
considerable drainage is being allow- laken "" board,
ed to run into the Brunette river, and     Th" brothers joined  in    the   mad
that   this  has  the effect  of injuring l-llsh  lasl  Wlt'k    "' Knight's    Island,
the fish   to    n   considerable    extent. ''vl'""   ''"'   copper   strike  wns   made.  *
The Fisheries inspector will look into Tll"-V  attempted  to  make the run  of  ^
matter some time this week. sixl-v   Miil'-'*   from   here   '"   '"���   "!��'"  ^
launch.    Before  they had gone very
j At the BigClothing House;
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���
. ���'���'"��� ���";-���;'   mailing  race ever held   far   the   machinery   broke   and   they  J ft/fell'S FanCV HOSe,   35C, 50C  and 60C  !
in   British Columbia  waters wns won j were   helpless,   as   they   had   brought  7. " X
the pair.
yesterday   by   the  sloop   Wideawake, along no oars or sail.    They started *.
Capt. ll. il. Deane, with the yawl Gaz-  to drifl oul to open son. but a heavy ���
���   mi second.   The race was from theiinshore  wind came    up    nnd carried ���
Royal Yacht Club's stakeboal In Eng-  them back toward Knight's Island. *
lis!) Iin'.- to Texeda island and return. I    For six days the men scanned ihe v
Reginald Bradshaw, of ihis city, was sea   for  the sign  of an  approaching y
me nf the crew of the winning boat. I vessel
None   came,    and   the   men
The creamery delivers sweet cream,
ii e cream nnd buttermilk.
Preparations for th*1 building of a
new freighl shol will y.c commenced
by Ilu B. (' .!���:. R. this week. The
structure will be' erected between the
present shed and S. II. Thompson's
livery barn, and will be 85 feet lomr
aud 25 wiili'. facing on From street.
The shed will be built of timber and
corrugated iron, mil will be ready In
al oul   three  weeks.
Two patients wer,' received into the
Royal   Columbian   hospital    Saturday
drifted about, waiting for death by mm
starvation, when the launch Flirt. *
which had joined the searching par- ���
ties, sighted the helpless craft near *
Drier bay. They Immediately picked *
up the men ami broughl them to
Valdez, where they are recuperating
from the week of nerve-racking exposure.
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��"m��M���cf. .',X.t c�����_." *" l Leather Belts,
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Los    Angeles,    Mav  26.���A    small   4
Men's New Summer Shirts; all the ���
new season's goods���Silk, trussore, I
percales and chambrays,
$1.25 to $3.00 the shirt.
CRUEL HUSBAND.
Fancy Vests.
afternoon, one named Morrill, who piece of cuticle, said to have been
had one of his legs broken, and a torn from the pretty lips of Mrs. Le
man named Stence, the latter being Cann by her husband, Fred Le Cann,
m   bad  case  of  typhoid   fever.    A!   a was an interesting exhibil recently in ! :;;.-
late hour lasl nighl both were report-   Judge   Chambers'  court.    The   young *
I'd to  be doing ns  well  as could  he  wife declared her husband had thrust ���
expected un Iim- the circumstances,        her head agaisl   the transmitter of a ���
telephone and caused the abrasion, *
"Here  is  a   piece  of skin.  Judge," *
said  Mrs.  Le fan  to Justice Chan.- 0*y*y*y*y*y*y*y*i *'���*'* * * *H*H���***%���#���#���#���#���#���**y* *
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
! ���   . '��� 13S  for    sweel    cream,
am and buttermilk.
A full crew has at lasl been se-
. ired for the German vessel Schar-
zenbek, which has been anchored in
mid-stream for the past week, and
Tuesday afternoon she will take her
leparture for South American lati-
;. tudes. Captain Rogers, of this city,
win take command and pilot the ves-
s I down the river till 01 en water is
reached.
bi rs. "He knocked ii off while I was
trying to call the police. He threatened to kill me and I'm afraid to
death   of him."
The wife continued to tell tales of
her husband while he stood close by
.mil listened. Le Cann was give a
chance to cross-question her.
"Who gave you those diamond earrings you were wearing thai day?"
queried the husband.
A baseball match between the Silence on the part of the wife pre"
scholars and the teachers of the cipitated an accusation which the wo-
Queen's Avenue Methodisi Sun.lay man resented. For a brief moment
school has been arranged, and .'ill ,1:c> two enS��eed In a heated argu-
ike place early this week. The jmet which was cut short by the court,
scholars number several of the besl tt'ho discharged the defendant. Le
Intermediate players, while the teach- Cann ls employed by the Edison Elec-
ers  Include Canfleld    and    Barba    '''''   Company.
-�� ��� nt' ilie city sen! ir  players.   The
. promises I 1 be a -00 1 em,, and
i< :1! al tracl  a crow 1 of fans when It
comes   iff.
I
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Another GOOD Bargain
60 acres in Langley district, high land, 12
acres cleared, orchard 200 trees, house six
rooms, barn, chicken run and house. 2 good
wells, 2 miles from schoolhouse. . d��o OAfi
Half cash, balance easy payments.
EAT CRIMINALS.
For ' ���' ling plants, e pi 'I ��� ',:���
Asters, t* li eh ue T. Davie - & Se n,
B  20S,
African   Tribe    Utilize   Convicted   Offenders  for   Food.
ALLISON & PEEBLES
| 270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Phone 307 ��
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London,  Mni'
-Writing from the   *    SEND  IN
e;.i ' !i Cameroons, i   correspondent
.eilev.   the   Colongne  Gazette,   who   is   with
m : SIN BOY5 AND GiRLS :
:   Brewster, of Kamloops, is reuev-  ���       ^
., im. g et, C P   R. station agent,  r':,!- Dominite's expedition, sny, thai   o
Mr.  Go del   .     Ing    one lo  Winni; eg
the Maka, a negro tribe inhabiting ihe
.   ,.   |          onvi n'i.>:i of Railway territory  between    the    Becond   and
,.   ,.,     .,. ,;,,,;,.;  wll, ,,. .,;,. sixth degrees, north latitude, are can-   *
i   .                    city nl     I ias     three nibals' ;""' "''' ��nl>' eal captives, bul   <���
.,, ... anl if '... Is obliged  to go to Inilnals who have been condemned   *
\! mi real,   lie   may   be  away   for tw*
��� ii ee monl lis,
and have their eyes examined
���FREE���
-     ALL WORK GUARANTEED
to death,
Recentlj n caravan of negro traders
fell Into their han.Is and all were
.��� thai the near future eaten. The correspondent observed
will see a new shingle mill starting human flesh regularly exposed for
mi the opposite bank of the rivor. sa]e |n n���, markets frequented by
The Interested parties are J. W. Da- these tribesmen. The smallest of-
vis and seen of Washington, who have fences are punished with death, in or-
secured n site aboul two miles above der to secure a constanl supply for
tin city mil will insiil a thoroughly human consumption,
modern planl with lour machines. After a receni tribal (i.ht thirteen
Messrs, Davis anl son are ih" flrst bodies were cm up into convenient
io locate this Industry on the south joints to serve' for a festive meal,
side, inn ii is more limn probable thai
more will follow, as several enquirie
regarding sites have been mi
lately, 	
The. cr, nine-.- delivers sweet cream,  JUST 0N THE  market.
Ice cream mil buttermilk. JUST ON THE  market
Vancouver      manufacturer      needs
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: RYALL'S DRUG STORE :
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* o <���> ���..������::��� ;.-;���:;���::=��� ���*>->������*
!, Look!   Look!!   Look!!!
Miss Brown, of Otter, accompanied
good men to repn b nl the very lat< v
T.HSMI
two young men. had rather an ex-
tl    King exrerlence    on    the    Langley
,,   .   , .,,     ���.,     wise,    Btart    working    for   yourself,
liver road  near  ihe   Fori   lull,     the ..,,,-.
... i.m rybody buys on sight, Profits ov..*"
uartv was  taking    an   outing    m   fl ,'   , ,,    .
one hundie 1 per    coin,    [.on .    w is ������
put
: ,.        m   m i. Ited    animal
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
N EW WE S T MIN S TE \ i
���'��� iws__i_a_n______?i'___ii'3d*SiSv
MB,���warn t^v^ms^f�������
. :  ..���    when   in ' Iiiirse,   winch   wns
,������ ,     ,     ��� time ask ns   foolish    questions
n  rathe r   n  bi i ted animal,    Decame ,	
J  ' , ,    .    ,.      semi one dollar for finesl sampl a
;..    ��� irt 1 m1  ni ii' row boat, and starting
i'i ,,,,���.     America,
down   lie-  narrow road,   clashed   into
���; ���  ii,, r,    The    partj     was    I i It
'ij ,,   mgh to i   t I he MMi-n .1 "ii ler . >n
,.  ,      ,,.... jeep ,v:l|,,|. vaM reached, Space I. 135 Oram    e St., Vanco.v_i |
REFRIGERATORS
and 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.
The Pliffinto Company,
T. J-  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
j,.,'.-..'..*.*>��;-.���<���<���-1'"*" "-* - *���'*������ ��������������*������������������ THE   DAILY   XEWS.
MONDAY
may
5 i:;;i'ffl|ri|
%
REAL   ESTATE   TAX  BY-LAW,   1307.
A by-law io fix the rate and provide
for the collection of taxes on _te
assessable property In the city of
Xew Westminst* i for the year
1907.
The municipal council of the corporation of the city of Xew Westminster enatts as follows:
1. There shall be raised, levied and
collected, for the year 1907, upon the
assessed value of all the rateable real
property in the said city, as shown
ou the last revised assessment roll
thereof, a rate nf 24 mills in the dol-
lar, for the following purposes:
la i To provide for sinking fund
iinl interest on debentures issued by
the corporation, and outsanding, IT
mills and 96-100ths of a mill in the
dollar, less in and :;:;-lout lis of a mill
received iu general revenue.
du To provide for the payment
i.i charges for school purposes, Hi
mills ami 2S-100ths of a mill in the
dollar, less I mills nml 89-100ths * f
a mill received from education department.
(ci To provide a general revenue
for tin' use nf th*. corporation for th i
year llmT. I mills anil 98-100ths ol
a mill in the dollar:
2. Every person who Is assessed
on the revised assessment roll for the
current year shall cause to lie paid
ire the collector of the said city, at
his office, city hull, the full amount
of the taxes for which he or she is
rated under this by-law, together with
all arrears (if any) within thirty
days after demand has been made for
the saiiie. anil any person who refuses or neglects to pay such taxes
���within the time hereby limited shall
be subject to the provisions (if the
"Xew Westminster Act." 1888, .Till
amending acts, with respect fo the
collection of tax* s,
". The collector is hereby authorized to receive the taxes levied under this by-law in instalments of not
less than one-quarter of the taxes
levied on any lot. and to allow the
discounts provided for in clause 4
hereof.
4. A discount or reduction of one-
sixth of th< amount paid will be .1-
1' wed on all taxes levied under this
by-law if the same be paid to the collector on or before the first day nt
August, 1907, 10 per cent, of the amount paid, if paid on or before the
first day of S* ; tember, 1907; 7 1-2
per cent, of the amount paid, if paid
on or before the first day of October,
1907, and .", ; er cent .of the amount
paid, if paid on or before the fir."
day of November, 1907; but no discount or reduction shall be allow.']
on   arrears.
5. This by-law may be cited as the
"Heal Estate Tax By-law, 1907."
Done and passed jn open council
the 20th day of May, a. Ti.. 1907.
W.  !:.  KEARY,  Mayor.
W.   \. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
IL. S.l
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 bt. (lacing
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 bt, held at
$1000); 2 lots on 4th Ave., 421x120, at $600 per lot; 4 lots, 521x85, $450;
5 lots, $400. Call at our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
-^lJ:.F:SSir,NAL
WHITESIDE v rrZ   ~~~~"^
ters and   ' ?^8,]dL
Columbia   sl e* Z"��� ��acklTS|
W. J. Wh,tesi_i .    r }���'���'������: .���
���  ;'- Wu,!,,,^
M"-..J. 5 _ ^1
Canadian   Ban ���  . .'. /"'no-J
ing,   Colun . ���'"erce J
office, Xew  v,, '"" te J
loan. minster,   yj
$3,5C'0. subject to 10 months
lease. .Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avenue.
Splendid location, now rented for
$30.00 per month; lease can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
good paying investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
Four houses to rent. One on 12th
street: one on Fourth avenue; one
cn 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.
One
lot  No.
12
on
Royal
Avenue,
third
ot
from
Eig
hth
street
. $1,050,
'cr   sa
le
exclusive
iy.
Lots 21 and ... Sub. of Lots S and ll
in Block 13; corner of Durham and 2nd
St. ; full sized lots
2-storey House, 7 rooms, leeeth room upstair.-���;   'lush  Closet;  gO.d  state!,.;   on Agile.-'
_l near Bth St.; all modern improvements.
Price $3,000, half cash, balance easy; a
!������ eeliy excellent bargain.
Sub. -1 ef Let 111, Block XIII, -i-Room
House; hot nnd cold water; flush closet;
lot "l fruit trees; chicken iiuiis.. and
i...in. Price $800; terms, $400 cash, balance 2 and 6 iiiniiths at 7 per cent. Hamilton SI . first house oft' Oth St. between
7th ami 8th Avenues.
.-storey House, 7 rooms, with all mod-
���:_ improvements; size of ground lOOx
]-_': second lot from 6th St. on 4th Ave.
on smith side, 100 feet on avenue. 142.
Lane on both sides. Price $3,200: $1,000
M.esh, balance on time at 7 p.T cent.
N.-B. 'i of Sub. l?. Township 10; some
timber. Price Site per ucre; terms $1,000
cash, balance easy.
S.-W. Sub. Township 13: some timber;
railway   urns   alongside;     old   5-acre   or-
e   e.i     Price $15 per acn-; terms $1,	
cash, balance in thr.-.- ..qua] payments,
2 lots Block 4, Richmond St., Sapperton.'    $4T,  per leit.
1 acre clay, house on tram line near
Joyce station: partly cleared; fenced
across front facing tram line. $1000,
.Tim cash, halance arranged.
8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
Gth and Tth 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.
NOTICE T(IJ__DIT0_S.
In the matter cf the estate cf Charles
Blair, Inte of New Westminster. B.
C, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
s mm i-i th "Rev si d SI itutes oi
British Columbia" 1897, Chapter 1ST,
' .m -ib cr* litors and oth* rs having
rdai_ s againsi the estate of the said
Ch ni<���, Blair, v. ho died on or about
the 20th da; ol .pri] 1907, are r
im *���-'.' I iiii . in fore Him 22nd. (22)
''���'������>' of .i.m .. ;. e:. to se mi by post,
prej aid oi d* livei to 'he. undersign ���:
solicitors l .. Ri eric Sample and Dr.
Edwin .!. ttothv.i I], , xecutors of the
li ���' will and te tn nenl of the .aid
-1, ' lSl:! their < hristian and sur-
nam* ��� addn se - and descrlpti ms, the
partle ular    if thei the state
ments  of  Iheli     ���( ounts and  the na-
'     '     Of   th*      i* . j.    ;,n.  i     ;,, i j
b,    the  Ml
VXD  FURTHER    TAKE    NOTICE
lhal  nfter   e u h   la     mentioned  date
Id exeeutoi    wl i | ro* i to d's-
>! "He- the ass* ts of the dec* as* I
'-1"'1 ng Hi" parth a entitled thereto,
having regard only to the claims of
which they shall then have notice,
and thai the s ild executors will not
be liable for the said assets or any
pari thereof to any person or persons
of whose claims notice Bhall nol have
heen received by them al the time of
such distribution,
Dated   this  22nd.   day of May.  1907.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE,
Solicitors  f*ir said    executors,    Trapp
Block,  New   Westminster,  B,  C.
ill acres .Murphy Landing, 4 miles
above Mission Junction. Just at the
landing of Murphy Landing, about the
centre of lot; 25 acres cleared, under
cultivation; 4-room liouse, l.arn and
stable; aboul one acre orchard, bearing fruil trees. Price $1,350, on easy
terms (or $1,250 cash). $22 per acre,
y cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
in acres section 32, N.-E. corner of
N.-W. 1i. uncleared. Timber Br, ee-
dar, and alder; good soil; a mile from
Vale road; sandle road and new road.
".  lois corner of street between Sth
and '.'Hi  Ave. on 2nd St., side of 2nd
St., equal to one' acre;  partly cleared.
$500, half cash.      A splendid    0] poi
tunity for Investrcenl
n rooms, 2-storey house, I ath room,
water and lighi; full si/.e..I lot, 66x100
reet, situated Cth St. between 4th and
."ih Ave. on west siele. Price $2,330,
���- cash, balance in 6 months at 7 ',.
ill acres in Sunbury; n cliains water
front; 12 acres cleared; S-roomed
house, lath and plastered; wood shed,
chicken barn and fruit trees of all
kinds. Price $3,000. Terms one-third
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Loi facing 2nd St., between Queen's
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all cleared; lane
alongside and back. Price $1,000;
half cash, balance easy at 7 -
More exclusive properties just listed
with us for sale.
Lot 5, opposite Knox church, Sapperton, east side Columbia Street on
car line.    $300 cash.
:; lots south side of Sixth Avenue;
very light olearing; 60xll5V_ feet-on
Sub. Block Id.    $1050 cash.
4 lots on Fifth Street, 11. 12, 13, 14,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 each, half
ensh, balance 6 months at 7 ',.
_ houses corner of Merrival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
Iot 11; one house rents for $25, the
other $lo; flush closets and all on-
neeted with sewers. Prici $3.SCO.
Cash $2,000, halance in 6, 12 anil is
nionths at 7 ',.
40 acres i., section 14. N. >/_ of E ._
of Tn. 2, about :: miles from bridge off
Haworth road, Surrey: house i^xL'i'..
im. storey house. 3 rooms finish.el. another 3 can be added upstairs; small
shack: iu acres cleared anel seeded
with clove:', reel: fairly easi!;. .leared.
One mile from shingle mill. Price
$1,200;. terms half cash, balance 12
mom lis at 7 r',
1 full sized lot on St. Patrick's St.,
north side, between John McKeuzle's
and Glover's house. Price $475. half
cash, balance in t'. months at 7 ';.
Full sizeel lot No. 1- on Koyal Ave.
and 8th Si. Price $.1050. half oash,
balance at 7 '; per annum.
Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Su!.. Block .',.
132x132 corner 100 feet squari ; two
houses drawing $2S per month. Price
$5,000. half cash, balance in ti and 12
months.
. lots on Princess St., No. 11 and
12, between tlih and 7th Ave., two lots
from Bth sm on south side. Price
No. 11, $210, half cash, balance 6 mos.
at 7 ',: No. 12, cleared, $315. half
cash, balance f, mos. at 7 ���;.
Double tenemenl house, 4th Ave.,
lsl an.l 2nd Si.: 1 lot. Price. $1,700;
cash half and half in 6 months at '���',.
I'.- nu for $10 each tenant.
160 S.E. Vi of Se*::.ui 26, Dls-. 12,
10 acres.partly cleared; Kanaka creek
running through; good road; one mile
north of Webster's corner; shingle
mill and P O. al the wi st ci mer; timbi r "Mii-ili $7 per acre; cedai and fir:
4 miles from P* 11 Haney. Pi Ice
$2,100: terms $1,H 0 cash, balani *��� arranged.
l" acr* land N'ew Wei tn insti r, Lot
.".. S. Div. 31, Surrey; :: mih s from
bridge. Price $400; $200 cash, balance terms ai 7 ',: neai the Turn-
ver cannery.
4 room house, bath room, ; antry;
on llth St., betwei a Queen's an I 3rd
.v. enue.
1 i cre upper side er 4th Ave, and 2
lots wesl of 6th St.; large In us* of f
rooms; electric lighi connections;
��� bade I re* a an I fruit orchard. Prii e
$4,500;. $2,500 cash, balance In one
year at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lois Nos. Sl to sti and 95, 95 faces
on Sth ave nue, next to Gunns ranch,
l lots cleared without a stump; small
hn-is", chicken bouse, 17."* choice
chickens;  horse  and  rig;   $1500 cash.
1 i-_- house, 6 rooms and flush
closei on Ith avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
17 lots, full siz*'. 6th St., Burnaby,
east side, 100 yards from Cliff Can
Factory; soil good. Price only $1020,
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
2 lots on Sth St. between 5th and
��� Mi, Ave. .Mi easl si le; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy,
i'."'4 lots on corner of Sth Ave. and
6th St., S.-W. corner; cleared     Price
$1200; halt cash, balance in 6 months'
at 7 per cent.
i.j acre between Queen's and 3rd
,\v... em wesl side of 10th; No. 5 and
6, Block 48; 132x165 feet; all cleared
and fenced, Price $1050; $550 cash.
balance in 6 months.
Full sized lot on Koyal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-
i i. $1,200. .mui cash
2 lois, No. 24 and 32, block 9, between Sixth avenue and Nanaimo St.,
and 1.etween Mth and 16th Btreets,
Prii ���   $425 for both, cash
Block 7. Lot 6, 2 subdivisions running from 5th to 6th sm. 4th and Sth
Ave.; on.- lot en tram line. $800 for
oni : price $1,500 for the two.
Small house for sale, facing Agnes and Victoria,
west of 6th St. $1,700.
Water and gas connections.   Terms.
Small house, Victoria St.,
0 rooms. Water.
A Bunch of LOTS
l.e,is 11 and 15 of l of 6 ol 4
K leared.) Price $500; for the two, i-'2
. .   h. balance 6 months at 7 per cenl
Lol  14 on Sherbrook sl reel of 11 of
::  cleared,   Price- $275;  1-2 cash,
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
1/us 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Pi li e
$500 for three or $175 each;  1-2 cash
,  . nee ���! months al 7 per cent.
2S acres on Mara road, Burna b).
$160 ,ni acre TOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance l
; od . years al 7 * ;
2 lots, full sized. 132x132, corner ol
the Crescent;   7-roomed  house,    Price
$'0,500. 'j cash, balance 6, 12 and  18
nionths.
Block 12 on 12th St., east siele; In
I ill Blzed lots. Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
Full-
sized ]<
ot Xo. 8,
be-
tween
Gth &
Tth Ave.
on
4th St.
, west side.    S.*3
00,
half cash, bal.
in 6 mos
One acre in block
9, be-
tween  18th
and 16th St.
on 8th Ave.
Price
$750,
1-3 cash, bal.
easy.
TO   RENT.
House ��'ii    Brantford    street, south
Bid*    from  6th   street,  painted   white,
$15.P0 ; er month in adi ance,
A Cheap Property.
House 6 rooms, flush closet, P-
storeys, on Fourth Ave., one lot from
Second St. on so iiii Bide. Pri*e
$1900;. half cash, I alance al 7 pi r
cent.   Fruit trees;  lot 55x165
House  30x42, 4th    St., between 4th
and Sth Ave ; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms uj stairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and ran: i v. Full e-ized lot i unning back t i Ash St. Price $3,500:
.1,500 cash, i alani ������ al $500 per year
at 7 per c* nt.
Six an i one half acres, one e re
cleai ed - ��� ���. i.. f* r planting; I 1-2 acres : artly cleared. House, 5 rooms,
14x24; storey and half, small barn:
i hie ken house; fruit trees and straw-
��� plants; $1,700, half cash; balance in three months at 7 per oent,
��� ���:' M. ������ holding, and ic . .
to the city, call and bring this adver-
tisemeni with you i'ur further pi rtl
culars.
160   acres,   _  mile's   from city.
$10 per acre
Two
lo's   mi    18th   Slreet,   he-
tween
7th and 8th avenues.
i lorn
ir of    Hamilton   sin et,
No.   11
and  12.    Price $245, '_
cash, le
ilance 0 months.
160 acres in Surrey ; S i., of
X !_. of sec 9, township 2. Loj
liouse, 1 Gx21, and chicken coop .
small Lam; GO fruil trees; i.
acres cleared, I acres under
cultivation and 8 acres slai he I
Price $20 per acre, \'2 cash, balance in  12 months at ',';.
l i\ill size lot, block 0, loi 11.
St.   Patrick's    Square:      Price
$450.
l lot, 55^x166,  Tenth street,
off (.i n's avenue,   Price $450.
Terms $2iiu cash, balance terms
io 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; I rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x10. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1." Bal. easily cleared.
1 ine - 11 size 1 lot, 66x132; 2 ston y
ho ise; 7 rooms; Bu b closei upstairs;
all modern Impi ovements; new house:
$..000. '_. cash, m. In 6 months al 7
11 . cent. Good siz* I stable and fruil
������' es, Second house from vUi .-��� eel
wes t, nn upper sidi
10 acres In sec, 32. Timher. fii'. ,���,..
'I n- and al ler. Good sui!; goo i roada,
Apply for full  | artlculars,
Lots 17. IS, 19, 20, 21, face on '��� th
streel and  .th avi nue;  2 cornei   . I
-���".������:   l  in-' le loi    -j ach     Pi le e
$'jr.o, cash,    sinj -    al cash,
Four   an i   oni h res   betv e* n
s' ���' ���'���' '   nnd   i.   hth   avenue;      i. i,
Ide of lsl     reel      Price $2,500.
House corner of 7th St, ainl lib
Ave.; ii rooms; 2 full si/.eei lots, 66x
132; orchard of apples, pears and
plums. Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, balance on time at 7 r;;.
_'., storey houi e, m rooms, also
ino lei a Impi ovements; lol 66x 132;
lane al back: pari of lol set oul with
fruit tree, and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
months al 7 per cent.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant, lots for sale in all parts of
the city, from $25.00 lo $3,100
Full sized lot in Sapperton, facing
Brunette street.    Price $150 cash.
Six lots, 50x150, ouiside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
86 acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.
R. running through, $9,460, terms
easy.     Investigate.
Lot   ll i ii  Fifth  avenue,     ib  B, 10
of sub 9. $300 cash, u dean d;
55 fe< i   bi   132 feet,
House   and three    lots, i oi ner 3rd
�����������'������ and I iih  si :   5-room house an i
kitchen.    Price $1,500, one' third cash,
i al, 6 and 12 months al 7 per cent,
Cottage pi i rooms and woodsl i d
'" dl stable; I lot 44x132, on ind lol
rrom 4th Av... on ISth St., west sl |i
prnetleally ne w : papered ; sink nnd nanny. Price .1,000 ; i. rm i $200 cash $15
' " nthly nl 7 per e e im. or ri nts at * 10 di r
mm,mii for e.n" year.
- lots nit Cumbi ilaud St., Sapperton
ISO per lot,
Acreage on Vancouver mad, corner
of Gilley mad. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fasi al this price,
' good bargain.
*if*
Westminster
Transfer Co.
i
' 'tiro 'Phone 1S_.       Kara  Pnone 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulin;
Office���Tram  Depot
McQUARRIE  &  CO.
 Real Estate Brokers- 	
Telephone    333 FRONT     STREET 3________on<^J33
������-
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Martin, weart & Mrri.   ,
��*     Lair,.:,. loirS04*!
flees:    Ne��   ... ����� ��t
corner   Clai li^I
Vancouver, n **���     .
vllle Btreet   .; u_J_,,4*��_
W. TOeait, v.   ,    ���, (,!l"-"U'J
Bourne.    Mr   M_ '!'��:-<i,
Westmlnstei .*. ^.JH
ternoon - ?niV.
HOWAY. RE
ters,   bo
Bl reet,   "... o
etc., 4.
'   House,
Westmin! i .
24L
���'  ���'':, Pij
GK'_R!;i' K  '' Barrnter
vi    Solicitor, -,
bla and McKenzie . ..... _���uj
minster, B. C. ' "1
W.  MYERS GRAY. | ~7~3
and Notarj
������<;il
.lames Inlet, three square miles, ut
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia Btreet, Sapperton. Hoth rented
at $10 each.
* ine and one-half Btore.i ho ise and
��� ill size lot, situated north side of
Royal avenue and cm nei of McKlnnls
si i :  9 rooms;  bath room, hot and
col.] water, closet; woodsh* I; young
I ��� arlg fruil trees; Btreets on three
Bides; line view. Price $1,800 $900
cash.
i ii e full sized lot, -ml lot from corner, l uh street anel 8th avenue, lot
61   Nil! feet   $250 cash.
HOUSE and LOT
' - : " 'Hi   locate l  in a commman ling
I' ation;   Third   avi nue,  al   toot   of
'"':   m     ire.,.;      -| u,i an I  eee,,.  ha 1!'s 1 orey
; - ��� '      fen rooms I rei ently papered I
All   modern convenlen* es;    hoi    and
���   water,  ha-h.   flush  i lost t,  lava-
'     ���   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lol
6> 132, with lane lu real ; pari of lol
si: em with fruit trees.   Prii e $2,750.
$1,500 i ash, balance arrani i I,
- lots, 20, 21; N'o, 20, $170; No, 21,
(corner} $175. Durham and Second
streets.
20 acre blocks, fruil lands, near
Jum Hon, $20 per acre
House, fun sized lot, on Kear;
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 p n
month.   Onlj $i,050,
House,    in   mums,  i m    ;,,��� t   ,���. ,
Fourth   avenue   nnd   Seventh  street,
$2,ooo.   Terms can be arranged,
1 ' .������ Ized i.e.:- between Si rentb
avenue and Hamilton i tn i t, easl of
Eighth   treet; all cleared and fenced;
��� '��� barn on oneol the lots, $1,500,
'. ilf ca h,   balance one year al 7 per
Cl Dl
7 Lots on Twelfth Btreet, between
Queen'* and Third avenue; wesl   U ���
01 r:i-" 'sll"i��; full size, Price $3,G00
cash.
10  acre" North roa,I,    %  of a  mil,.
from city limits em    Porl  Moody;    ���
acrea    under   cultivation;    7-roomed
ll,,:|'":  frame  barn;    chicken  house
born 40x80;    fenced and ln good   ���'-���
l'*aJr BOUth Bide. Price $4,500, half
ci sh, hal. in ii months al 7 per cent.
5 lota corner of  loth and Bt. Andrew's
'"'"'eii   IH, and  .Ml,  Ave.,  we.t Bldo
���;'^,si..,���,,,,,,.���     PriagwoK half
,''���    biilnnco ,, months a   7 per <-,.uy
"; i  ru"  through from  itreel   t,, street
1891 at Sew   . ���  ������      ,    . ���
flc* s remove.
son   stre* \ . ���     -.      :
IM)   Box 169 ,,   :.
WF. HAN! .-    Barrisg
���    Solicitor, * .   enl ..,���
1 ':'' ' M v.J
stn ets, New Wesl er, B. C
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westn.
Bter Board of 1 rade mei - JI
Bonn! Room, i ��� Hall, as follow}
Second Wedn* lay ol ea b moi
Qiiartt.lv me* ii. - nn the
Wednesday ol Febi iary, _J
August anel Novel al i ��� i
Annual me* on   tho
Wednesday    of    Febi nary.
members   maj    I ������   proposed
elected at an   i   nthly or q__t<
meet iin.   A, K. W Im-", Sec.
SECRET   SOC.ETIES
UNION  LODGE. NO. 9. A. ..__,]
���The re. ; ai D ��� ��� ting u!
la held on the First Wedneadiyl
each month, at S i d__ p, a,]
the Masonic mph ? in
brethren are ci Hall) Invited Idi
tend. Dr. W. A. DeWoll Sa'J|
Secretary.
KING SOt-OMON LODGE, ���_). 17.J
p.   &   A.   M.   Regular   mm.
tions of this lodge are held out
eeconel  Tu* ��� Ci numl I
Masonic Ten.] le, al 8 p. m. N
lug brethren  a rdla Ij ImIIi
to attend.   D, W. Qllchrtst, Bi
ROYAL   CITY   PRECEPTORY.Hml
K.
1,
Ii.     K.
Fri lay    of
p.   in.,   In   Orange
Ri j al aven -
Journlng Sir Ki   ;hts i   I
vlted t" attend,   vv. K. I
P.; J. Hoo:   R*
.  I
nil
���   '.   orner]
Tth streel
LOYAL   ORANGE  LODGE, NO. IJ
��� Meets  in  * ii in. e bail M
third  Frl.lav In ��� ���
rn.    Visiting bretbrei \\
Invited to att* nd,   W, Poi
,Iaines  11 uin| b
\\
I, O.  O. F.���AMITY  LODGE. NO.^
The regular me*
are held in Oddf*   ��� 1
bla Btreet, even Monday e����|��l
at 8 o'clock.    V: 1
dially invite-.| to attend S "-"j
N. G.; C. S. Rii hn' nd, V : ;l JP
Coatham. It. S : ���' v.. M�� > I
F. S.;  Alex. A I -���        '
A. O. V. W.���FRASER LOCGE N*!
���Meetings the flrsl and ,hl-'':.T,JJ
day in each month, "f.'ylM
brethren cordln I
Lodge room, \ 0 V. <V. I _";J
fellows' bloi k, Cl ' !"",..,,1
S. Con-ii. mm n o ler; Louli ���
master workn   n
FOSE   OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE N��
115,   SONS  OF  ENGLAND. B. M
Heel Rose Degr.    meel   i
Fourth Wed,. ' ��� '" % ,t
H j    ..I
-iB'l
BrelMfl
ii  s'."'1-
M
In  K. of  1'   .
8 p. in., Whil- ,;       D*
Wednesdaj    In
time and   place
cordially    Invited      '������
combe, Pres.. H. >' '
���109?.
I.Ol
il:* I
COURT BRUNETTE. No,
���Meets the' Fourth Friaw ^
month nt 8 o'clock, in [h .^(
hull, Oddfellows' blocK. �� a
brethren are rordially ln���� pJ
tend. .1. H. Rusbtoo, L. ��������
Maxwell, R. S,
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, JJ'fl
A. o. F.���The regular ' ,'Sof,)r_
this Lodge are held on > m$
ftnd Fourth Tuesdays ffvf.d
an
nt 8 p. m, In ibi
Visiting  Brethren ar
Tilted io attend.   E
F. P. Maxwell. Sec
cordis
'('. fn il'.'
v in-
T���M'
THE  ROYAL TEMPLARS ��L��
PERANCE meel  every "a0*rt
Wedne"1
n.0ddS��f
itreet-
nt 8 o'ctock i
Hull,   Columbia   ,B.t.1" ,���v|ted Wj?
Brethren are cordiallj w R Bf0u
tend, Geo. Burr, S. O.i ' ���
Sec. ^>,
BONO OF SCOTLAND BE^|SL��|
SOCIATION, LORD OFT^gtali
CAMP, 191.���M*
,:BN6FI!m*_
Till rd
K.    of
Chief;
iiinii1
li1"
I'liesday of BvetJ nj^rti
Hal
J.ilin
j, Forrester,
Ill'C
S* _AVi
MAV 27. 1907.
"���li
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
NOTICE.
Bt GIVEN Hint _lx-
4 I" ".:'���, Intend to apply to
I.m .....M.si.ei.er of Lands
V .,.,.��� ,��� cul .nnl car-
I ���,,   tl,,-   following
I   lV ,i'        .    |    ���i  Kitsumgallum
" ��� i ���
:"'���"��� '' ,t      a   pos'    planted
UMiniii- i   ...   ei,..  north-west
Gi    n'fl    pi mpl,on
i    follows :  ���<) cliains
 11. i i n 01     ��/��."_ t        illll
NOT,'
Notice i   _er<
aftei   lati   ...  ., .
i   ,     j   li"H   to   -li..   ii
....  ���
mi chaina west and
... ..  ,,i  commence-
.-
. of tii.- north-west
,t   a   post    planted
mil'
preemption claim,
���     : ' ioWs - 160 chains wesl ;
fr.."'"--;? i halns east and in
t        y      .   point   ot commence-
!'���  ���
eel
,-i    post   planted
,,r the north-west cor-
f ;'. pre-emption claim.
,   ,,.       sei cliains east.
sioner of Lan |     -,. ���
clal   lie. ii e   to  i
timber from  the fe     .     ,
lands, situated    .
on the Wesl
aboul  15 mile   ,.,..,, ,. ,
'Inn   Village   ,:     .
N'o.   20.  runn _
chalnswest,	
east, more or les    to
along the shore to poinl     ������
menl
the   provisions
Vet," shall be
irred   from
or in resjiect
d  for taxes as
'.  D :  R -.'islry Act."
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
��� ITICE that -ju application
egister  Alice  B.
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands In the Province of
Britisn Columbia.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lap ds in the Province
of Britisn  Columbia.
.
No. 21. (
ommem In ���
Jrunninl '. . , , lltia West anel BO
feains i . ���, commencement.
m    .i    post    planted
ol the north-west cor-
��� ..- ,   ,;.   ..      pre   .ee.pt,,,n   claim.
iim:   160 cliains cast;
a posi
Sealed    Ten,!,.:.-    addressed to the
*���- Commissioner of Dominion Lanl-. De-
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe   partment of the Interior, and marked
he   owner    in    Fee i Commissioner    of   Dominion    l_inds,   ou  the envelope "Tender for Timber
r ;i Tax Sale Deed from   Department, of the Interior, and mark-  Berth No. 521," will he received al this
��� i Treasurer of the City   ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim-   Department until 12 o'clock noon on
New Westminster, to Alice B. Mc-   her Berth No. 518," will be received   Wednesday, the 24th day of July, 1907
��� iring date the 15th day of   at this    Department until    12 o'clock   for a license to cut timber on berth
D., 1906, of all and singular   noon on Wednesday, the 24th day of   .\_. 521, comprising lands  situate in
to
r
1 : ������'���  : -
ll
I ���
160   chains  west;    4')
: of commencement.
01 "" ^e .'������ ... K;,.;, tain parcel or tract of land j July, 1907, for a license to cut timber   the Province of British Columbia
aboul  15 mile   , .uth ol Ki--...
1 in  .   :,...��� In   .      ,���     .    ....
chain   ve I    0 chain      ,ul
it   a   post-    planted
I- ,, the north-wesl coi
I ,'B pre-emption claim.
���ol mas: 160 chains 1 a il
I .   chains   west;     10
I ..-; commencement.
I ���<    a   post     planted
I ... ihe north-west cor-
Ei 1 re emptlon claim,
j 160 chains east;
1   ni chains   west;    10
1 0f, mini* nc* m nl
i ���   "   i'":'    '���'"' '��� '
el the north-we il c 11
���  empl  cl ,
10 chains vi il
pi , h uns easl ;     i'i"
I . ommencem 1
1 .1    post     p  Ll
;.  north-wesl , ���
1 pre-e mptlon   cl
I 50  , he, ins we  '
.   ,. east;  50 chains
' 'i  mencement.
���    ���,    post     planted
I ...  nori    vi
I pre-e mption  1
1 -    1 thali 1 east;
. h tins west; and 40
.   p ilnt  of comm
R| II p'lSt pi   11   ������   _
the north-wi st 1 ,1
pn  emptlon claim,
...    1 , chains 1   1
,     ch ilns    nortii :    i"
F outh; 120 chaii
(m lencement.
al    n   posl     plante I
rth  of  the  soul
���   No.   26,  Ue. 11   rutin    g
IMS was! ;  40 cl    ���
cast .    eui.l  40  chai
��� 11 ncement.
m   at    a   posl     1
��� tii  of the south-we -1
No,   26,  then   running
ains  wesl ; 40  chaii
. , .��� .   4.1 1 halns  1. 11
���
. .     ���    ���    post    pi .
 ������ north-w* sl
ilrccn's pre-emption  claim,
,ws    160 ch ilns w* si
160  chains en  I       10
point of coi
1 ���    I less.
MOODY,
VXK  V WI'AI-I..
- Situate, lying and being on  Berth  No.   518,  comprising    lan Is   the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake
the  n-;.   ,,: New Westminster, in situate in the Province of British Col-   and comprising 5 blocks, described
��� ���-.'������    of   British     Columbia, umbia to the west, of Chehalis Creek, follows:
trti.      rly  known    and    de-1 and described as follows: Block i.-Comprlslng ��� that    portion
'"" poinl   ,,:  ... 1 as:  Subdivision 30 of Lots 8      Timber Berth No. 518,   comprising | outside Timber Berth No 41   Block 1
' Su mrban iih"b   '��� that portion of Section 2b lying north  and Timber Berth 254 Bl
���Vl  -'-'��� '  "i mencing at a pi nd each ol you an- required to of Timber Berth 280 and that
' '  i:i   '  ' *'���   liven name of lade ' "   claim   of   the   tax  pur- of Section 22   outside Timber Berth
(|"'" !3a-    Ituated about 2 mill bin forty-five days from tho 264 and said  Berth 280, in Township
$250 Reward
Deserted from the steamer
Woodford, at the Fraser River
Sawmill?, a Chinaman, aged about
58, five feet nine inches in height,
sallow complexion, face wrinkled,
stoop in sii'ini i'i-. was wearing
overalls when l.i si seen. The
above reward will he paid by the
captain of the   S.S.  Woodford   to
anyone giving information causing
tbe    apprehension    of   the    said
Chinaman.
1 of such plaint in the Columbian and
3 Daily Xews, two newspapers published in the city of N'ew Westminster,
shall be deemed to be good and sufficient service of the summons noon
you.
th*   uorl I of Co
1 ,:- ���  ��� ������   ' ���      .-ie..   .,:   Kil
thence   -o  , ��� .:.       .ril      , ,   (
ea ���    10 1 hains nortl    10 1 h dn    ���
10  cha ���.      .,     .   "i  chain
' ' '    ' - ent.
N'o. 1     1 -..-.:���:
���       mth of Kiti
:: >'������ - '���- "ie   Devi   tal   m.   chani
'    the first   publication of  this 1, Range 30, West of the 6th Meridian;
ol   erwise 1 .shall register Alice also the north half and the south-east
I. McDougall as owner thereof in fee. quarter of Section 26, the north half
dii hal   publication of this and  the  south-wes:   quarter    Section
for thirty days in a daily news- i'i, the east li.ui Section 2-.  tin north
ed at New Westminster half Section 32,    Sections 33, 31, "���",
��� iod   and   sufficient   service and those portions of Soi.tio-. - 27, and
ther* if,
ed     t thi    Land  Registry  Office
"' ' '       ;:'    md aboul    I ya S       '.',        ;. ster,   Province  of Brit-
1   il in     .  this  25th day of April,
\. D.. 1907.
Past, m, chains south, SO chains wes!
' ���    '   :-      to tl then a! -mj
Mniir
conn
No. 24. Coi
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar
To   William   Edtn in is.  Esrj
36 outside Timber Berths 280, 264 and
272, in Township 4, Range 1, West of
the 7th Meridian: also Sections :;. t.
5, 'h" north half and south-east quarter Section 6, Sections 7, 8, the neirth
half and the south-west quarter Section 1'. the south-east quarter Section
10, the south half Section 16, the south
ock l. of Sec
 "   ,i"" -:;' Township i. Range 30, Wesl      y0u are required to enter a dispul 1
of    the. 6th Meridian,    containing an  note  within  ten  days    from  the 31st
area of ::^7 acres, more or less. day of M;1V, 1:11.7,   at the Reglstra 'a
Block 2.���Bounded on the west '���;��� office at New Westminster, and If you
Chehalis Creek, on the east by Timber do nol so enter such dispute notejudg-
Berth 298 Block Land the eas- bound- ment will be sinned against, you, anl
ary of same produced northerly to the plaintiff may proceed to foreclose
Timber Berth 298 Block 2; on the and sell your equity of redemption
north by Timber Berth 264 Block 2. in the said mortgaged premises,
and 298 Block 2; and on the south by Dated this 23rd day of May. 1907.
Timber Berth 254 Block l. containing J.  ���'���  CAMBRIDGE,
an area of 725 acres, more or less.
Block 3.���Commencing at the south
east corner of Timber Berth 298
Block 2, thence north-easterly al righi
angles to the easterly boundary of
saiel Berth 298 Block J. 2 miles; thenc.
Registrar,
IN THE COUNTY COURT Of- WESTMINSTER. HOLDEN AT NEV/
WESTMINSTER.
.  To Thomas Walbanke Grahame
A :   iersons -���   red with this notice,   half and the north-wesl quarter Sec-   north-westerly at right angles to last      TAK1,    NOTICE   ,,,.,, ., plaln,  h.,
'���  Hai tery B those   claiming through or under   tion 17. the norih half and south-east   course' "! chains; thence south west-  been entered  anil  .,  summon8 j88ue,]
then     and  all   persons   claiming any   quarter Section IS, the south half and   erly- at ri��ht anslos to lasl course, 2 agalns< y������ in ,hl, a,,1)vi, rjountyCourc
Interest ir, the said land by virtue of   north-west  quarter Section    19,    and | ���^ '"J5***6?5! bmlmUu'-v   ��J   said j by the Yorkshire Guarantee & Seen
any um igisten I  Instrument, and all   those portions of   Sections 1, 2.   the
persons  claiming any interest in the   Past half Section 11, and Section  12.
said   land  by descent,  whose title is   west of   Timber Berths 272 and 302,
;. ii  registi n I un Ier the provisions of   in Township 5, Rang? 1, West of the
the   "Land   Registry   Act,"   shall   be   7th  Meridian;     also   Section   12, the
rever  estopped   and   debarred from   easl  half Section 21, and the south-
setting up any claim to or in respect   east  quarter Section  2b. Township 5,
of   the   said  land   so   sold   for   taxes   Range 2, West of    the 7th Meridian,
Land   Regtsiry   containing an area of   13,025    acres,
more or less.
        The berth must be surveyed within
one year after the date of the notice I "ald, easterly boundary SO ehains.more | the 2-th dav nf    May> 1893i whereby
awarding the berth.
The regulations  under  which  a li
then ������   10  . .. Ins
east, 16 north, l" 1 hains ������ ���   I
more 0    ,   i, to shore then along shore
. immencement,
N .  2.1   Coinmencin . at 1
mill    11    ��� llartlej   Baj
- ���   -     '      ml K .\:-..,   011   for
ry I        ...
'   chains   south,   1 1   chains
east, 40 north, 40 ch tins eas-.
no        10 chains west,   10
iaii ':   10      tins west, to 1 oinl
of coi ement
N 1. 26. Comnu , ,s: pi inte 1
on*      . ���     ., I   i    piai    ���   wesl
if Kiaiclata Bj    Indl n villa ;e, on the
���    1 ban     .:  .... . th* a     160 chains
10 1 hains      -1;   more or  less
ms   pro\ide I
.cl "
NOTICE
Berth 298 Block 2; thence south-east- j
erly along said boundary to place of c.���..,.,:.,,... ilnj!1. ,, . ,���,, , ������,,,. ,
beginning, excluding therefrom any the city ()f Huddersfield. England, and
portion of Timber Berth 308, which Iireils,���, t0 ral,,. on ll���siness ,��� ,,,,
might fall within the same, containing Pr0Tlnce of Brltlsh Columbia, and
an area of S64 acres, more or less. havlng jts head offlce fop t],e ga,d
Block 4.-CommencIng at a point provlnce at the citv ot Vancouver, for
on the easterly boundary of Timber the Sllm of $136989 f,���. prlnclpali ln.
Berth 302 Block 1. 7, chains south- terest and taxes due by you to the
easterly from the north-east corner i(, rompalu, under am] by vlrtue of
thereof;   thence south-easterly along L certaln In(Ienture ,)f Mortgage dated
Take notice that    thirty days after
date 1  intend to make application to
the chiei' Commissioner of Lands and
.,,   Indian   Reservi   thence   160   VVorks ���"" a license to cut and carry
in consideration of the sum of $500
advanced to you by the said company
you mortgaged to them the south-east
., iin -  south   aloi 1   Reserve   line   to
1 ��� 11  along shon   to  point  of
..���:,'
^Mms/'
'NCPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
away timber from the following des
' ribed lands:
N.e 1.���Commen Ing al a posl plant
planted    -i on the   wesl aide of   Twenty-Five   bank~in favour of the Deputy of the
ml one mile and a quarter west of   Mile Creek and marked James Sharpe,   Minister ,,:- the Interior   for the am-
ta Indian village on north bank   No. 1   post;    thence 40 chains west;   ......    f/the bonus which the applicant
of   bay,   ill,.nee  160  chains  north,   10   thence south SO chains; thence east SO   ls prepared t0 pay for a license.
or less, to the    angle    In   said   east
boundary of Timber Berth 302; thence
cense will    be    issued,   also printed I north-easterly, at right angles to last
forms of tender and envelope, may be   course following the boundary of said  quarter of    Sectlon   ...   Township   11.
obtained al this Department or at the   Berth 302, 40 chains;    thence north-  New  Westminster   District.   Province
westerly paralled to first course 80 of ���,.itish Columbia, to secure tho
chains, more or less, to correspond aaid mm of $300 and interest thereon
with length of first course: thence L, 10 ,���,,. cen1 per .lnn!lm. .,.,,, an or.
south-westerly paralled to second der has ,,0(>n madp lhat ,h��� publlca.
course 40 chains, to point of com- tlon of a notlce of the entry of sm,h
mencement, containing an area ot 320 plalnt in the Columjbian and Dallv
acres, more or Jes. News,   two   newspapers   published   in
Block 5.���Commencing at a poinl on  the city of Xew Westminster, shall bo
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender  mus;  he accompanied
iy an accepted cheque on a chartered
wesi.  160 chains    south,    to  chains; thence north SO chains; thence      Th��� highest or any tender not nee-   the easterly shore of Chehalis Lake, deemed to be good and sufficient bi
���. Dominion Lan Is with
Belt In British C
1 isteaded bj  anj pei
a - iie bead of .1 famil
."������ IS years of   age, I ���
:.   [uarter    section ol
��� ier less,
I ist be   ..1 ..-  i ers aallj   al
������   ,.        the ���! strict In
mi la  situate.
estea ler Is required to pei
-. Iltlons 1 onnecte I there
ue ij :he' Pillowing plans
: east six months' residence
' iltlvation of the land In
for Hue., j e 11 b,
father (or mother, if the
ea ied), of the home te 1 1
:.  1 farm In the vicinity
. entered for,  the   re 1
lence may b*     iti   led
��� on   residing   with  the
mther,
���   Bettler has bl 1 pei n in
��� upon farming land own
1 in the vicinity of his horn*
re lulrements   as  to rei I
.. satisfied    by  re Idence
ild l in I,
a itlce iu writing should
��� tbe   Commissioner of Do
���mi Is at Ottawa of Intention
i    I    .'IM
' mnj be purchase 1 al $1"
ir Bofi coal and if.:11 for an
Not mine than 22u acres
lulre 1 by one Indh Idual or
Royalty al the' rate of ten
ton of 2,000 pounds shall in'
: on the gross output,
W. W, CORY,
1 of Uie Minister of the in-
terlor,
Unauthorized   publication ol
���"itise'iiieiit    will uot be pal'
11
bore,   then along   shore  to ; iinl   of wesl 40 chains, to point of commence- essai.jij.   ,    ,.-,.;.
commencement, menl. Xi| ,4,nii,y ,,.. teiegraph w\\] he en-
N'o. 2S. Commencing at a post plant-      \o,   2.���Commencing    at    a    posl tertained.
ed aboul one mile and three quarter* Ranted one  mile    south    of    James PERLEY G. KEYES.
resl  of Kiakiata Bay Indian  village, Sharpe's Xo. 1  post;    thence west 40 Secretary.
"i  north  haul'  of             thence    160 chains: thence south SO chains; thence Departmenl of the Interior,
chains   north.  4"  chains    mmm-.    160 ,.,s;    so   chains;     thence   north   SO Ottawa, April 25th, 1007.
th,  i" ��� I   ins east  to poinl chains;    thence   west    10   chains, to  .
���  1 -   emeni
X i-     n a post p.l Int
el      mt one half 11 1 mouth
,   km 1 m 1 river on south hank, thei
10   cl) iin    south,   I"   ehains west,   S I
mth,   10  chains    west,    120
, hains north to the shore, then along
to poinl of commencement.
W   H   MOODY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
Locator i.
1,1 mm   :   Vpril oth.  1907.
ilnt '>:' commenc m nl
JAMES
Staked April 29, 1907.
SHARPE.
Tenders   for   License   to   cut   Timber
on  Dominion  Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
Tenders for License tc Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British  Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
('0:11:1,: 331 ner    of   Dominion    Lands,
' Departmenl of the interior, and marked   11 the envelope 'Ten ler for Timbi r Berth  N'o, 519," will be received
50 chains southerly from northerly vice of the summons upon yon.
end of said lake; thence southerly You are required lo enter a dispute
along said easterly shore of lake. 2'o note within ten dins from the 31sl
miles in direct distance, with a depth |day of May. 1907, at the Registrar's
nf 67 ehains on said east shore, mens- 1 office at Xew Westminster, and if you
ured at light angles to the general! do not so enter such dispute noto
bearing of said easterly shore of lake judgment will be signed against you
within the block, containing an area anel the plaintiff may proceed to fore-
of 1,340 acres, more or less. close and sell your equity of redemp-
The berth must be surveyed with- t'011 In the said mortgaged premises.
in one year after the elate of the no-     Dated this 23rd day of May. 1007.
tin   awarding  the  berth. J.  J. CAMBRIDGE,
The   resulations under which a 11- Registrar,
ci ns ��� will be issue,1, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Depart ment or at the
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
SEALED  TENDERS   a ldress   I    to
the Commissioner  if Dominion Lands, ���'   this Departmenl    until  12 o'clock
De  lartmenl of the Interior, and mar'., noon 011  Wednesday, the 24th day of
,.;',���, the envelope "Tender tor Tim- July, 1907, for a license to cut timber
ber Berth No. 516," will be received al on  Berth  No. 519, comprising   lands
this Department until 12 o'clock noon Bltuate In the Province of British Col-
_n  Wednesday, the Sth day of June, umbia on the   west side of Chehalis
IN THECOUNTY COURT OFWEST-
MINSTER. HOLDEN AT NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Berth No. ."'i'i. com] rising lands situ-
:.. in the Province of British Colum-
da, an l describe l a sfollowst���
'
Timber  Berth   No,  516,  comprising ana outside if Timber Berth 302 Block
I'H,
I
.'
TAKE NOTICE that application has   1507, for   1 license to cut  timber on   Lake and described as follows
,u .     ,. to im   : tei  Florence M 1 l
Eveleigh a- the owner In Fee Simple
llI|l(,..   1  rax Sale Deed from The Cor-
1 ion of the Districl of Burnaby, to
jan)e8 Cunningham, bearing da e th*
lOth day ot March, A. D., 1902, ol all
ngulur  ihai   certain   parcel  or
��� .,,,    ,|   lan 1   md   | reralsi        Itual ���.
,   and being In lhe D  triel of New
Westminster, In the Province of British    Columbia,     more     partlcula   ���
km,mu and described a   Biibdivisl ,na
:, au ! 24 e.f subdivision " V" of lol 29,
group l.
You and each of you are here 13 re-
quln 1 to contesi   the claims  of  the
office of the  Crown Timber Agent at
New  Westminster. B. C.
Each tend, r musl   be accompanied
by an accepted cheque em a chartered
bank In favour of the Deputy of th.e'
Minister ot the Interior, for the amount  of    the bonus which the appll-  "-:iills'    'v,m    '"
leant Is prepared to pay for a license.   1(',""'t b>' the Yorkshire Guarantee &
Timber Bert 1   No. 519, comprising      No tender by telegraph will be en- Securities    Corporation,    Limited,   a
those ��� irtlona of tho following lands   tertained.   The highest or anv tender  u"i]>' corporate, having its head offlce
which He   , the wesl of Chehalls Lake   nol  m "��-��'�� -"">���' !i,t the cIty ot Huddersfleld, England,
To John Thompson of New Westminster, It. C. :
take    NOTICE   that a plainl has
been entered and a summons issue11
the  above   County
s, ctl rn- -7. 28, 33, 34, an 1 the Easi
h ilvi a of Sections 29 and 32 In Township IS, Range 23, Wesl ot the 6th
Meridian, containing an area of 7,
miles, more or le--.
The berth musl u Burveye l within
, ne ye ir ifter the d ite 1 ( the notice
M,v irding the bei,;
The  regulai im,-   under which   a   11
cense  will  be    Issued, also    printed
terms of tender and envelope, may be
2, 1, in '���. S ctlons 26, 27, the north
half .. Se* tl r. 28, the south half of
Seel .- '��� . the Bouth halt and the
norih easl nu irti 1 of Election 34, Section 35, Township 5, and Sections 1.
���:. the asl half of Section 3, the north
, asi quarter if Section 10, Section 11,
the ith 1 ' of Section 12, the set;:!-.
... of Section 11, an l the
south-east quarter of Section 15, In
Township 6,   all In Range l, WesJ of
saiily accepted.
PERLEY Q. KEYES.
Set retary.
Departmenl of the Interior.
Ottawa,  Vpril 24th   19 -7.
and licensed to carry on business iu
the   Province   of    British    Columbia,
and having its head office for the sail
province at the city of Vancouver, for
the' sum of 12104.88 for principal. In-
in THE county COURT OP WE8T- teres! ami taxes due   by you to   the
minster,   HOLDEN    AT   new  Bald  company, under and    by  virtue
Westminster. of a  certain  Indenture of   Mortgage
.��� dated  the  14th day   of    March,  1898,
Tei Helen Johnston of New Westml.i    whereby In consideration of the sum
ster.  B. C: Of $860   advanced   to   imi   by   tlu> said
TAKE   NOTICE   thai a plainl hia eompany, you mortgaged to them the
urchascr  wlCi'.n  forty-five days  _jew  Westminster,  D.  C
obtanled al this Department or al the  ,,hi ,(h  M,,,.il!ai:i containing
iffit ' the Crown Timber Agenl at   Q, |;1ii ,u,.....  ,,,,���.,, .,,. ,eBB
tax   11
from tho date 1
of this notice, othi rwlse l slu
flrsl publication
regl ���
Each  tender must be accompanied
bv an accepted cheque on a chartered
Th.e berth must be surveyed within
ifl "���  111"  dale
one year
award '---. th   ' erth.
urea  been enl'.red and a summons Issued j north-west vquarter   of   Section    11,
Township in. easi of the Coast Meridian, New Westminster District, to
secure the said sum of   $850 and ill
s'
���or
Noil
pier
linn.
fiiiel \\
righi
11.,,..
;-
_.'  -
I
'tinii
in I,
1 tains: you in the above Count] Couri
bj  the Yorkshire' Guarantee & Secu-
ihe noiice  title's Corporation,   Limited,    a  body
corporate, having   its head offlce at teresl thereon al 10 per cenl per an-
.'.   Florence Mary Eveleigh as owner  bank In favour of the Deputy ot Hi*' '  '.::.." , ^ [atlous un(jer   wtilcb a li-  the city of Huddersfleld, England.and num, and an order   has been    mai"
issued    als *   printed  licensed n> carry on business in the thai the publication of a notice of tha
be  Province of    British  Columbia,   and entrj ot such plainl in the Columbian
having   its head offlce   tor the said and Dailj  News.two newspapers pub-
And  l hereby direel   Minister of the Interior, ''.1 rthe am-
liuii of the bonus  which  the  appll-
(Miiit  Is  prepared to  P M
for a license.
rORESHORE   LEASES.
Is hereby given that, 60 days
'".  I  Intend to apply to the
ilef  Commissioner   of   Lands
��rks for a lease of the foreshore
:   booming and milling   pur-
"uprising the whole of a bay,
'ho name nf Independent  Bay,
' aboul  two miles S'illtli of the
:''l of Cost! Island, on  th isi
Kltlmnl   Arm, and  aboul   two
"ith  from   Kildala   Arm.
1   ' 1 .Vpril 5th, 1907.
MAM   MOODY,   Locator.
' VNK VANDALL, Agent.
-,, reof in fe<
.. publication ot this notice tor thir
l vs in a daily newspaper publish
' New Westminster will be good     Tne highest or any tender nol ne-lQ
I hereof.
I'e'Us'    Will
forms '���
tender and envelope
obtained at this Departmenl or at the
cessarlly  accepte 1.
No tender by telegraph will be en-
PERLEY  Q,   KEYES,
Secretary
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa,  April  ti.  L807,
e l a
and  sufficienl   service
Dated al the Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province of British  tertained
Columbia, this 25th dav of April. A D.,
I:ui7.
C.   S.   KEITH.
District Registrar ________
To   I..   A.  Hayne,   Esp,
A��� persons served with -bis notice, ^y     |^#   Draper
,,���, thoSe claiming through or under ���"
them,  and   all  persons claiming  anj
hl.���,.,.. in the said land by virtue of
e 1  Instrumi nt, and all
m ���  any Interesl  In the
(flee ..:'
the Crown Timber Agent at province al the city of Vancouver, for
any 1 ���
per ���,' -
said   .:
B. C. Land
Surveyor
descent, whose title Is   _.n._r_ biock.  Nr* V. ...minster, nt
New Westminster, B, G
Each  I 'it ler must  be accompanied
:,. aa accepted cheque on n chart ered
Hank  In  favor of    the Deputy of    the
, Minister of the Interior, tor the amouni eif the bonui which tb*' applicant
i.i prepare^ to pa*- tor a license.
The htgh.Bl or any tender not nec-
\ essarily accepted,
No tender by telegraph will be en-
lertalned.
PERLEY Q. KEYES,
I Seen" iry.
��� Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, A;ri! 25th, 1307,
the sum of 11800.01 feu- principal, in
teresi and taxes due by you to tho
said company, under ami bi virtue et
a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated
the 20th day of May. 1898, whereby
In consideration of the sum of |600
advanced to you bj the aald company
you mortgaged    to  ihem  the south-
llshed In the city of New Westminster, shall be- deemed to be good and
sufficient service of the summons upon you.
You are required to enter a dispute
note within ten days from the :,l*l
day of May, 1907, al the Registrar's
Office al New Wesl minster, and if you
do not   so enter    s-ich  dispute    ttol 1,
west quarter of See-lion ID, Township !Judgment   "HI  be signed against you,
11.   N'ew   Westminster  District,  Prov-. anil the plalntllT may proceed to fore-
ine'e or British Colombia,   to secure' close and sell your equity of redemo-
thc said sum of    .600   and Interesl tion In the said mortgaged premises,
thereon al  11   per cenl    per annum      Dated this 23rd day of May, inT��7.
and nn order has been  made that th>3
publication   of  a  notice  of  the  er.'  v
J, ,T. CAMBRIDGE.
Registrar.
mi ���*j___B*_n_i_wi.'ii'MMiiv-;'_riifrri-Tirirr'i-i ,....     _i.ru   "iisrrr THE   DAILY   XEWS.
MOMDA'
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h-
i
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SPECIALS
GOODWILUE'S   FAMOUS   FRUITS--Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE,  in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
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A WESTMINSTER LOSES    _ ,
big cricket match I Floorglaze I
Enamel)
m ,*.<.
^
I Public Supply St
GEO.   ADAMS
ores     Prop.
CAPTAIN CHANGES ORDER CF $
BOWLING WITH SORRY RE- >!
SULTS���UNIQUE   SHOWING. S
1
:   . f   \
(-FARM FOR SALE-)
The  Vancouver Crick*    El* ven      - J
feated   N'ew   Westminster al   Que< n's J
Park on  Victoria Day  by seventy-six ;���!
runs.    The   visitors   batted   flrst,  and _?'
so rapidly  did  the   wickets   fall   thai a
six men were out for twenty-six runs. ,���<
At this point   P. .1.  Peers, captain i
the Westminster Eleven, changed ibe '��?
11
bowling  with most  disastrous results, *J
the remaining four batsmen piling up >J
'* .
.   /
IS READY FOR USE.
It dries hard over night, with
a hitrh jrluss, and
1 Wears On the Floor
���Not Off
/'
Cotton Underweari
For Women
and Children
These warm
nays im... ,.,[,        .
ing of the heavy war ^
almost unbearabli.
 ��� I "derwear
comfortable in just the properweights ofWaw
Underwear for summer?   Our range of this
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
Blacksmiths' Coai in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, HEW WESTMINSTEI)
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   105.
HEADQUARTERS ____
SCREEN DOORS
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SCREEN WINDOWS
GARDEN HOSE
GARDEN TOOLS
and REFRIGERATORS
BRYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges
tar Agents for
187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
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SOUVENIRS
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you, be sure and examine the collection
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BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
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\ Electric Railway Service f
Interurban   Line.
Oars  for Vancouver and    way
stations  will  run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. in. to J1:30
p, in.
City Limits Line���Servico from
6:1.'  a,  in.  to  li   ]i. in.
20 Minute Servic.���No transfer,
Between 12 anil 2 ami 6 and 7.
30   Minute   Service���During   re-
malndei   of day, Transfer al
Leopold Place,
Sunday   Service   half-hourly  be- *
tween s a.m, and 11 p.m,
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute Service from 6.25 a. *
in   in  ll   p.m., except between X
12  and   2,  nnd  6  and   7, during X
which hours the service will be ���
half-hourly.
Sunday Service   hnir-nourJy between 8.30 nin. and 11 p.m.
Soap and water does n '
mar it.
It wears as well on Outside as Inside Floors.
Use it on ymir Inside
Floors, Veranda and
Porch Floors, (iiitsiele-
anel Inside Stairs or
Steps, and wherever you
want a durable
High Gloss Enamel Finish.
1 ANDERSON j
& LUSBY 1
��V:*>-:*>>>::<*:vv-<>>:>>'*>>>>::<��"<>: <��::<��.?'
over   inn   runs.     ll    was   an   erroi    Ol ,���<
judgment thai proved mosl costly. ;���;
The Westminster eleven started off >;
'well,   hut    foil   ail   to   piec* s     aftei ;���;
.Malins.   Purvis  and   Peers were  iie-- J
missed, these  three  batsmen  scoring JI
���!*���  ! el ween   them   oul   of a   total   ol .���,
69.    Vancouver    following    on     hi. '*-,
first   innings   were quickly   dismiss   I J
Te
fi r .".i  iei  Peers und How ai d, the foi -   J
mei   taking  seven   wickets  for  thirty   ,���!
riiu.s. leaving  New   Westminster  with   ;���;
106 to gel io wm iii an hour, a dim-   y
cult  teai  at any time. J
Peers   changed   lhe   order   ol   bi :-   !���!
ting, sending in the tail flrst, an ex-   �����;
perimenl which did not jean oul ai a i   y
favorably,   seven   wickets   falling   :
thirty, while the whole side was dismissed for afty-one. >|
For     the   visitors,     Clarence   (391    V]
-   Shaw   * 19),    and  Elliot   (19),    batt* :   J
well,  though  the former should have  &...._.
been easily caught  when he had onl,    ____^_^______________________
made two, while Simpson took fourteen out of tho twenty  wickets  that     A     J?/"V#"// f   0/��*
fell   ten   being  cleaned   bowled.    Kor ���"���    ��-*\JM  I I~*Lj    \Ji.
Xew   Westminster F.  J,   Tiers eas ...
proved   himself    the   best    all-round
man.  taking ten  wickets and  making
the highest score in the first innings
(24).   Howard also bowled well, while
A. .Malins played sound crickel for his
runs,    'J'. S, Annandale was the only
one   en.fortunate enough   to  earn  the
unenviable   pair  of spectacles,   being
bowled first ball in the firsl Innings,
and fourth in the second.
VANCOUVER.
First���
P.   Robson,   ie  Peers   	
F. Simpson, ii  Peers      ������������������������������
Smith,  l.b.w. b.   Howard     tne   finest   ,'���   the   world;
Troynham, ie  Howard     l
Judge,   run   out    	
Godwin   ,h   Howard     0
��� Faulder,   c   Howar!  b   Peers   .... 4
<' Clarence   b  Malins     7
Shaw,   b    Purvis      19
';',',:"' DRUG STORE
bull���b   .Malms          _' ��~����w
i [yes ',   Ellard Block. ���        New Westminste
Leg   byes        1   " ~~
knitted underclothine
all weights.
g is now complel
Popular I
sizes-
Women's White Cotton Vests, each 	
Women's White Lisle Vests with long, short oi no
\\��� ������ ��� ���     i ine White Balbriggai. each
Women's Large Out Size V��sts, each 	
Women's < 'ombinations, no sle*   ���   , each
Children's Vests, Bhort sleeves, each
Cl    Iren's Vests, long sii ��� ������ ��� -. each
11
ci   i
to 95c I
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1.1
20i
W. S. COLLISTER & Co,
247 Columbia Street. New Westminst<
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SCENT
is always acceptable: A
present the young man can
give h ady friends at any
time. '.Ve stock . . .
Seely 's
Perfumes
bottles all sizes; fancy
boxes. Prices to suit all
pockets.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DAINTY
STYLISH
*******   ^
BLOUSES
AT ALL PRICES
I THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. B1RTCH
275 Columbia St.
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Extra Good
No   balls
1
Total         1
Second
Clarence,   b   Pee       	
Judge, c   Vidal    ���    ' ��r3   	
' lo u iii.  '���   I'm vis   ii i toward   ....
Robson,  c  Scht ������-'��� er       Malins..
Elliot,   b   Howai !   	
Smith,   C   Purvis   b   Pi era
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(Continue i   on   Page   Four.)
DO ITJVOW
SAVE YOUR PAPERS
VALUABLES
By Renting < ���!.-- of I lur Loni
Safe Deposit Boxes.
FOUR SIZES
House   .n   .sh stre* '. conv< nl* nt  to ear an I  I
: ooms   	
V  m ��� b m ���..:, ie, m* di i _ be mse, six rooms, q* i
20 acres   in N  rth  Re ad, unln proved,    first
$150000
$���65:
TRUST con
THCS. P. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
"Going Fishing?"
"Guess so."
Get your
TACKLE
AT
FROM 52.50 PEB YEAR IIP
We cordially invite
you to inspect them
at. any time.    :   :   :
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., ltd.
F. J. HART,
s      Manager     :
NO   COMPENSATION.
British   Government  to   Release   Lawyer Wroncjly Convicted.
London,    May 20. -Tho   newspaper
campaign  to  secure    the  release    of
George Edaljl, the young Birmingham
lawyer, who was convicted of mutilating neighbors' horses and cattle and
Bentenced to seven years' penal ner-
vitude, has so far .succeeded that the
governmenl    announces   thai  it  will
grant  him pardon', admitting lhal  be I
was wrongly convicted,
11 maintains, however, thai EdulJI
contributed to his own convictions by
writing letters to the police respecting the crime, and thai for this and
nt hor reasons il refuse's to Compensate hlm for the three years <ir the
sentence he has Berved, Edaljl and
his supporters are Indignant, EJdalJI
says the Insinuation aboul the letters
li*' wrote is an Insult, and tlint he will
not resl until ii is withdrawn and nn
apology offered.
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Hat is needed
"'   " ���"",|    ���" ������      good FEED     Wo keei
be l only    Make your chlclti ns laj   by %l\ ���
Sir* im then your live   toclt   by   building up   bom
and use C VRNEFAC.
LADIES have' you tried the Pastrj   Floui  ���
���Mf,lillL; Company.   If nol  Te lephone 333 ai i  ti
obtained  are exce I* nt.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. Telephone 333.
BIG   SALE   OF
SPICES AND  EXTRACTS
At Cost Pi-ices. SATURDAY,
:      Don't Miss the Sale.     :
Edmonds Tea Co.
32 Sixth Street
Phono 309

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