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 Shiles & Co
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rEAL ESTATE
XM1
Av
Wiyte, Shiles & Co.
1901
FIRE INSURANCE
N EW W ES rMlNST F.R. B. C
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NTMBER l.v:
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NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.C  rm'RSDAY  MORNING
^   I, l
0 ' KN l> PER V I 1 K
COMPANIES       THOUSANDS Of JAPS
IrrPARt TO BAHLt    ARE COMING TO B. C.
R and   Eruner Advance Guard  : N'i]    oese
,        idy to Engage
THE BANDIT RAISULI
HOLDS GEN. MEAN
ROSE 6E1S BACK AT ""to ..*_,���
ROYAL CITY SPORTS       HAD ANY WEIGHT
- ���     t in Alaski .
For Victoria   n Kumeric
Lacr sse Correspondent 1 T:is Petition Por Cement Side*
Uw iraplimentan; Remarks walks Poos Not Come
Afa at New Westminstei*,        From Propertv Owners,
'    -   ��� ��� ".' ���     ���        ' " -  - .    ��� e-     in-
-....-���-���-���������- ' - j is
tween ���   ��� . ���    ���-.. _.
_     \ rthwesii rn ��� - ���        ...... ..
���_..���--.���.-.������.- j ments
Kat
R    ll ������������ .        ��� '-.:���-- to Vic-
t  Alaska  ai   ���':.���   toria and \ sh C
English Diplomat.  Chief Advisor   oi
Sultan oi Morocco. Is Captured and
������;���
bla    1..-   ;���: n ���       > .-  -....
Held   For   Ransom
Brigand.
bv Notorious
ali   ng  to
- ri       ���    "       ���-.""''" for I
- f-waj       -: -.   '    " ���: from  ���'
���   v.-   ���.-���������.- slanJs 1.600 tickets
"':;.-   for  tbe ' ' ��� -���   I
'     way of L - ig Wi li   sti .-. ���
��� ������    ��� as    TM  Kumei
:.             > have applied t<           '   '     ��� -        ruber of Por-
...        .-. r.;|"rr.    "   -   ' " -   - v
g .   ��� -.���.'���'���''���--'-���'
t;,.. -  ��� ��� -      on ��� ' ��� ��� ��� ��� -     - I
for thi      d to Victoria, $20,-
���  ���   ��� thi    situation   Is ��       ��� ' - - money 1
��� ���.
oneer, which arrived      T'������    :-   anes    an . ��� ..   thi
sterdaj     from    Katalla. '     -  *'    tare foi   th'<   voyagi
the Bruner road has!t0   British   Colun:::..     Several
G -Devi!   at   the   crossing  steamers .. ���  on thi   waj  to Honolulu
|- , elms an  trying to v,i'h ��>&' from N'ewci      .  N S  W.,
I Ine by mi .ins of a
ER,  *���'��� Com-
.   :���..-...- Ma< Lean,
: ���'.-   Sulta   - bodyguard,
een mi      a    risoni    bj  Raisuli,
e held as
��� ���....������ thi    latter until Ithe
grees i    pardoi  Raisuli oo his
erms.
i i.-.  ���
s
a a v t sei    ��i
ai d ���   and
i   tis
���     -..   ���        ���-.   .. ���-    .. .- e >.v    . .
. ���.  e - V        >'..'. .-    ..
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V R    \\ , ���. ..-ee       ���>
.  n< ��. .'. : '...���
I"
":-<   '...--���> ��� ���������, ti tuns ol  Brill*!. CVi
.  c tw M    ��� nt i Iti '������ ������
the   world       rhi ) :    : - ���     Id*
I ������     :��� ... mu ti an In th�� Kas    thi  el i
tlon  md who stands nex     ��� :b,  Sui      on \< w Westminsters cei ���������.���������:'������      o
good team   bul H ,i.v.  nol plaj  as
..
engin'      swine?    continually
- making II   Impos-
i   men t<   come within a radius
the Bruner lln .
- h brings the report
:            - of thick timber have (ll_nI g
prect.       ong  the  right-of-way
eople, an I  thai  the
khi pacing  $2 an  hour
I :.. n with a bonus of $100
I :'������ :. wh" iM/���. tl e Bru-
I.    ' way.
���'��� I    It  rs  likelj  that son*   i I thi -���
���  ssels maj    ���   ta .��� n up for carft -
��� ��� -���   coolies   ���    this  province.
tain himself in the conduct ol Moroc
can ..".Urs.   His capture, therefore, is fii     (across*   as lh*  rceuniBehs   roi
even       re   of   an   ncnievemeni   for i c Is oi Shamrocks Had
Raisuli  than  Els  form*    ea lures  i ourU   leant  which claims onl) to be
Perdlcaris  and   Harris an   ntet     dlal�� C   I     v   team   been
Th(   bandit has  an  unusually   rich In ..-.       ��� :-.... n       ci   ild have given
M    .���   ���   was negotiating with   pnxe  with   which   to  negotiate   with even iht champions .-���. hard game   rhe
... - li  rega i ng  thi   latter's  pardon   tin   Sultan,  and  possibly   with   Bug Western teams can s 111   ���   taught by
���    he was mad.  a prisoner, lanvl, to which   MacLean   stil!  holds th< Eastoruers
Gen  MacLean is a former officer of allegiance,    and    with    France    and     In Vancouver the tourists have heen
the   British  arm;   and   is   descended  Spain, which are Jointlj  rhargi ; with gtwn a fine time  The honorarj mem
Etn old  Scotch family.    AU hie  the Internationa! policing   I STbi  ceo. bet I  hrw of lhe principal clubs
lnfluenc<   with the   Sultan  hus  been      PARIS,   Julj   ".    \l.   es   recelvi In        pit) was extended to them Tne
exercised In the interests of civillia-  here from  Morocco sa,>   that  Raisuli Vu: rallan club gave a 8moker In bon<
tion .ino. humanity and he is univers-  not oi'   nnnotinces thi I hi  win mak< ��i i   th<  visitors    The boya have alati
I)   respectt I even among the most  his own coudltlons foi It -   ...ion  bul '������ ���   royall)   entertained  at    several
���    .     i     . v, , .     .    . .<   \ ������ ���
.     . ..������      ..   ,    . I '
�� alkS v ���   : rc.
���-.    . ...'.
���    ,       ��� ... .      :.     V     .
'  .    -.o c   .���.'    '.'. I   ",     .
.a    ��� .   I,   who   n e ' !���   Ip - , : -   o��
:.    \|�� t    : O,   A ���     ��ti> .'
make the petii
;;->   ���   un nce with lhe .���".> .    .
-��� ��� -.-.������.<���.'. by two thl the
. u m ��� ������ Mors ���''���!���
.     i ���   to  repreew ne   al   b-r, -.  one
hall .-  ihe i aluc oi Uie entli e     (pert)
.   o ' b)  th<- proposed '.���..: -^���-.r.ent
rhi   najorlt) ol th >se slRnle . the
> ��<���!<-  meirlvantj    w!-���-    -.m:
the ���'t'e-e-.<������: ;tec\ tveenpy, but who ilo
street.
tt " ev n an) propert) aiotig C >himbtfi
t1^ It ���   io the te-M'.An    aoi    being
the  | ��� ope    o '��� lh Is
I ��� '      ���   llkel)    thei;   :ur.    ..ctior.   wl||   lie
'���������'.< ii .    the preae ii tun*      '.   ; ���,:
comm  'oo meetlnjj held aftei
���������'���'   ��� moll meeting on fueadaj    . ���
fanatical of the foreign-hating Moors,  eh mi
MacLean Is  probably the most ln-  ton
fluential   man   in   Morocco, being the  erty.
- thi  payment ol  n ns im I s
will set (l<n   Macl.i<   n .
���i    ��� ouses
in  the cltj   ana will n,n��> ;,,>" matter wns referred
if   WOI ks   �� It!)     n-ii ii.'  .
Key   Men  to  Quit  Elsewhere.
SA.N"   FRANCIS.', I,   Jul) Presi.
��� ���'.. Ti ��� e - . ers
I'nion last night confirmed thi report that he had ordi red the operati -
out  In another city.
"1 have ordered tin"..-aion operators
in   at   Hast   one   more      '.    out   on
Btrike," saiel he     1 will not, however,
al this time divulgi  thi  name of th.it
iTciict-s Show Their Glee. city h.ut  the' telegraphers  have been
Bi I.���Toughs   who werv  notified  afcJ will be oul  In  i'cs than
ovei ���     vici iries ol anti-cler-   a week.    When the whistle Bounds In
fn thi   ���  enl municl    I elections   the  office   designated   bhi   ftey   men      Baki   ���������   I, Cai      ul)  3.    I  e Bu<
I  '     ���   students fi    thi   priest   will   leave   their  places.    Dntll   then  na Vista levee has broken, flood-
LEVEE BREAKS AND     STEAMERS COLLIDE
LANDS ARE fLOODED IN DENSE EOG
....,.\ with theni the moat plea>
v  mi morles  o'. their  vtall  tv> Fhe
commercial metropolis of the nm!
Thi  treat ment received In Vancou-
'���'.     S    '   II h    .1    COnl Vels'    |0    tile    i e'll
,i        ' the Ne ��  Westminst - ;ei^nii>
thai I ti     ivs do not mm li i egt at the
'.���.    '    -'l.i'    the)     llelel    te'   l.'Wl'l   tlK'il    Ce>!
ors to the Vanepuvei learn
. O II'
I'O,     '\
Damages to Crops and Oil
Company Amount to
About $1,000,000.
Panic Prevails for a Time
On Partially Submerged
Steamer Sentac.
tt. Danny, of Naplnka, Man
��� xrrived in the city yesterday on n
she.:: vlalt, Mr. Daub) purchased a
ranch iicross ihe- rlvei- on 'he nccnalon
of his last visit aboul two yours ago,
Halifax, July ���'.. in a dense fog this ind made this trip In order to Imped thouyh (hl, ),,, |1;li, n:i)i���A
evening Lhe Red Cross b ten mer Rosa    Ills |tropert\      Although he has been
:���-
Milli r & Lux .-', ! th   Tevis l.an i coin
any, and 11 ising $1,000,000 damages.
���   Sunset Ruilwaj has bei n put ont
' thi  C liege nf thi   Pi   pagan- or until  I  choose  to make the place
-.  Spagna. known,   neither   the   telegraph   comments was William Oo panles nor lhe public wlll know where
lean, fri m Mobile. the teolt is to fall."
j     :e"s  of  tbe  countries      Vccordlng to an officer "r the. local   ,���      mmission  and the oil fields nro
students  belonged   will union  ihere have' heen  bul   four ele-   .   ��� 0ff from connection wltfrthis cit)
���   '     Minister  of  Foreiegn sertlons from their ranks. The levei   h.: 1  back the waters ol
take pn tautlons to                    Quena \';-: e Lake, covering nine-
e   .Acs of land belonging *o lind. with 150 passengers, mostly from ' vtng In Manitoba for the past twen
Now \o-.��� and Philadelphia, waa In
collision with ihe Bteaiuei Sentac In
this harbor.
'\ yenra. he- is neit yet tired of It. and
Intends lo live there for a feu years
li nm ���   before iin.iih  settling in Brlt
Almost
whole side ol the Seuu ie  Ish Oolumbln      Mr   Danlu   Is  Inter
' lon  of thl   ��� T":e-e-
.
Fruit Men Lectu-e.
REVELSTOKE, B. ('.. July 3.���(Spi -
clal.) The president oi the British
Columbia Fruit Growers' \ssocia-
tion. James Johnston, accompan
|i (l b) Secretary Wm 1 Bran-
Jritli .mi II. Kipp, of Chiiliwack, a
member of the executive of the association, lectured here on Saturday
eve ning to a large audii nce een fruil
raising, planting, pruning, spraying,
etc.
Fruit   raising is commencing to be
a live industry in tha Kootenay country, and the residents of the districts
e     .i revo-  which  the  lecturers   are  visiting  all
cfs there has  been ob-  exhibit  a  greal  Interesl   In what  the
ted tull details ol n  experts  have' to say.    They    started
ME ASSASSIN IS
JIN BK syPPUStO AIDS
ll)    ,;. ��� \   2.1.1 ) l cil   tu   a
Cl un   O.U-'-.i   .-a.. :    ; e.n
di     ��� ���'��� -i;  riot  was stari   J   jy a
\   ��� gang during the m-h'
llled     i a.     Jew.-     and
im': iding        .'eral
July
tei n   Bqm  ���    miles,   an I   protecti I
. :  reclaimed land extending for
Istance of fifteen  miles, Inclu ling
Id bed eef Ki rn Lake, the propei
��� thi   Kern County Eand Compan)
an ' Miller & Lux,   This land was cov-
ered   with   <���; oi a   "r    growing    grain
n ��� i. foi the harvest and w ith alfalfa,
i if  the'   floi di 1   lands  aboul   23,000
.   res   belongs   to   the   Kern   Count)
���   nd i ��� ��� and v "l|M ee res to Ml!
Ier  &   L ix.    The  '<    Itoi     It   dl i   li 1
Ig  ram he    and  the work
la   ation ha    bei a  In  progn ss for
,   ��� ,m a: v    ��� .:       Tli ��� levee was
In   1886-1887  joint iy  by  the two
n tions   al   n   coat   of   $250,000
in '  lasl  year ii   was si- n ;thi ni I al
.'  . ���  al  i xpeni -
FIFTY MILES OUT AT SFA
FIRE BREAKS OCT ON SHIP
i  reactionar)    plot    to from the coasl on the 25th Inst, anel
I                 trder oi (.'ount   Witte, will be on the road until July 11, lee-
on premier, who re- turti     m   Vernon,  Kelorona,   Nei   in
":eniiy at tin' peace ne- Grand   Forks,   Cranl rooi     n i   mor.
mouth, other plai i
Inution was  planned by In   an   Interview   witti  your corre-
,;            roach of the  Union of spondenl M   Kipp predicted thai with-
���!' People,  the    orgjaniza- in  10 years the C. P, It. from lie'.
���   the   Bmperoi   sent   a stoke   to  Cranbrook  would   be  lined
a "u June, it, conveying  witl hards,   He consi.ler- the con-
to the  a  ra  reactionar) dltions as favorable   for fruil growing
���'��� ies tor the su cess of In   this  districl   .-:  In   an)   | Lace   in
!:  " '   ���     The   e\i cutlon   Of   the Canada.
1 '"'1 to the loader of the
.                   :' iui_.oiuoun.ouBM-.. shoots   Cllinamen   on
'                   '"        ""��� ���      ,    xwo   Chinamen   i   I  until the steamer   wan entering
was   turn   out   and   she   quickly   sunh
until her ii< ei. was awash, bul not be>
forehi r passengers and en w, number
Ing forty, had clambored or 1 n haul
ij abord the Rosalind, which was nol
damaged,
Most  ol   th    Rosalind's  passengers
were thrown  Into panic,  the  women
especially.      Mall.   Twain's     daughter,'
IMiss Teliura Clemens, displayed   remarkable calmness and bravery,
Slowly  Broiled  to  Death.
Si in! le. July :i    in- ��� nslble from In
ii illng il'   11)  fumoB ai Islng from lhe I
'    e ,.     'Mi ll     lhe    si ||     Ol     Hie'    De'lllP
Clay   works,   Bl    lb iilnii.   Fred   Arthur.
an  Englishman,  '.'i  years    old,    w
slow!',   broiled tee dooth  ye tordti
Vrthur's   bo ly   was   discovered   by
.viiineis  going   to   work,    They   were
all rncted to Iho ash pile by (he i tench
of burning Mesh. ���
esli i iu agricultural Implement bpII
inu. nnd Is a: ihe' head ot n well ea
tal Hi lied business,
Death on  Dominion  Pav
\ w UMO, Jul) S    Under nd >-ii������
\- im- '.ifu-i^    Samno.l    tlounte'.   ,:i    wpll
Known rancher In the Qednr dUtrlet,
met his death mi Dominion Day, ht��
'.o,h betna fnund Ijias on th.' ^.i-ouiut
m iiu- upper eai,! et BMtton street,
Im  the Chinese foundry     tuveatlga
tlon showed Hint the nnfovtiina:.' nieiii
had fall* n. sti'lUm- on tit-^ hca.t un.l
' 'cal.-'ui'.   lit"   licet.
lieet    tlOW    lie   Cllllle'   lei   fall   Oio-    llio
1'ii.ici' {.. not known    tt  It probable
n the
verandah In fronl of Iht hum.tee m
ll la pm il) fence,! in. an,i nol finding
the opening attain had ollmbod ovor
the' railing undei the Impronlon thai
be wag coming back on to the ildewalh
ngntn Mail.', on the nailing ihowet!
�� here he h ul climbed over II nice ,���
were no tithor marks <en Ills bod) Bttvl
no foul pla) bellih suspooted, no In
��iiiest was thought necessarj    lie luni
Mail   8t0kl   Recovered.
Lander, Wyo��� July    .:    Two    mall '"
socks, st,eh ii Iii a stage hold up near
Myersviih'. in February,    IflOC,   hn
been  recovered  by  postofflce heei
tors, and loiters, of which there were
several hundred, have bet n nnl on bo
their destination,
ilfli'kU't'    b'-ivlly    fen'    the   pftgl
' three dnyi       *-. >^���.
*
" SIIIIIIINfll STIIKIS
FKASKK KIVIH IIRIIIlii:
C. P.  R, Offloltla ���<  Rcvrlnlolie.
Reveli lolte, Jul) 3    \ number of C
P, R. official! from Wlnnlpi >-. arrived
here In n private i nr on Sntui lay, and  morning   nnd befoi
Ftt'i   in iking a thorough  Inspection of
- ction oi lha line'.
Sim MEN ARE KILLED  .
BY BATTLESHIP COLLISION
- i i  From Ise     lul     I    Plfl.   mil
��� b   bound Inti  Ihis i>ort from Me>
: be Bteam< i Curaco todk tjre at l
o'clock ihis morning   and al] hauls
i er<   called on deck.   The thirty-one
it
Teller T.ikr�� Co'ii  In Gri p.
Nt W     YiiliK,    ,lnh    .:     n  i.. t.l v. ���
till' [hotll     the     United     State.       mv
1 ni  lung lodnj  foi  Chi stei   it   Run
������   paying   lolloi   ol   the   Wlndaoi
T'ti      ompany, ��ho the din i ton nl
le o i   an   in- m iii. <--i. tic In i -
''������ V ...    ih
'   ��� nij'.nn     coi lh     repnri
efn    itlnn   v. hlcli  lhe   delec
 ��� of the mo i reimiii,
e,      i,.|,,,l le,|. |(nn    ,,   |      ||       ,,,
I'e
teadMid a third If In the hospital   iho Golden onto th..- thej learned ol
of a mys-  the exciteraenl thai had existed among B|ve out gny lnformaUon iu the way of h i I I
���w for half the night,
a man named Kabau-
���'   to St Petersburg thej
''  |v;:  '"   -May  and  obtained  em-
ment'ia factory as a common la- are ''
������     He Mn*** several of his b'tt? T,f "hth took p    .  ^
���    n  and r.ftM   announc- terlous sl ���' "**���**?*j���     ,��� the meantime the Are, which had
�� an anarohlat, be en- ,"i��"1 |D """r cabln :"  " ' : ��� oken out In the   forward hold and
Bn t0 ald hUn  ln carry_ a Buhurb of tins cit) _���   .n��i not spread, had h- n extinCTlsh-
"mmiasion.    I. was P1an-|    The r",i":'s" "J. ^ �� Jjj ���"  el >j  the application ol ��� earn unde.
'"  air-tight hatches.
""M1 the window of a cheap  w
Wing house
Th,
\   pood   ��� lied  schooner   bele m ting
10 n man ie eiiiiil lle'.iiinie'iil, ol Htlllins,
broke fi "in iua moorings yesli <i>
help could ee.ieii
Irlfw tl ini" the piles at the N< w
\\ 11 min lei lu Idge, sniushlii i t ho
in i ��� ami |pb\lng the '"'in i" conl Inn i
ii.' ,e ei .ime a -a ream half full ot
<��� tin   ee.i   ei a   ini,inr condition
rie   ' in   ia mil .eiei   w hi. li was mi
'.. ���  ,,,. ii e, ai nm ,,r n,.- ��in r���  �� ,.-.
lhi   llrsi  i" notice the pllghl of llm
:., hoonei.   nnd   linstll i   rMl In ���   I	
from In ' tnooi In rted to i lv   i
one     e Ipon i "ae hi iih   !|   dort llct, tha
i nl'.   ie. i   ic ml   v, a     found   to  lie a  I ne ell
ine    who hn i evldi ntl)   i i li fl  In
Toulon,   Prance,  Jul)
i orted   In ii'  Ihnl   dui Ing  thi
of the French  squadron  bound  from   '' '
Marseilles,   the  battleship   Jaurogul    cusi i ol having placed tPd,niB In cut
berry  collided with  the lorpedoboal    i mc,t In a still case last Bnturdnj nnd
ugers were not rotlfled of their \^ltoyeT   pertUylttnG    u.m,    ���.n.|n,. ,,,,    ,, ,,   ,n���,   :h;ill,ir   ,,.,���.,.' vvi|ll
ln,!Mnent danger' ' 'ever,and,twas|forcoan,ltl xl, ,������ ,,.,������.���  ,,      ,   ,,,���,     R ^   |(   .     ^     ^ ^ ^^^
'"' '"Jured. |dld nm i fen go to his npnrtmonl to  iug In iiteh it raannei
i  ll II "       i.|   Hie   He  I nei    �� hill'   III.'  ..WII
.���!   wo,   on ..iie ndlng to "ome othei
I, l    |||l Till      hid     ��'IOI     .leioll     1 e   ill
ferred  io ilu
i'he maritime prefecture deollnei to '-'i  i 'ne. i��, i,|,, v(n,.
i i whom h<
.|. i I.   , f   Ilie   Tiiuiiiiiiliii
Ilie'
nn iii prevent
'.
thi
|ttl r.
nowever, was ind ray. i by
n'sts'  bureau.   The  day
nation   was   fixed   and
Ka tiefl led his bup-
L. '   i" a wood in the vi-
' ''' tersburg i��� order to gel
'"���" a Becret hiding place.
' ""' four men turned on
��� '.;       :in'l killed him,  carrying
B��� '' '"'"  Of  death   passed  on
The Chinese say thai a m
I entered their caWn about 11 P.m.. anl
without warning began to shoot, They
declare that after two men had heen
shot eleiwn.a third Chinaman Bed from
Q'-l   Feats   Her   Way   Acrc6��.
the  room, mounted   the  robber's  bi-.     \v,\i,i,.\    WALLA,   July   .').���Nora
cycle  and  got  away.     They say  the|Bartj giving her tige as lit .veins and
jobber then entered another room and
Bhol ihe fourth Chinaman, who fled
badly wounded and gave the alarm.
Berlin Banker Arrested.
BERLIN,   .Tui.v   3.���Herr   Kn'
banker,   has   been   arreted   om
charge of embezzling $100,000.
the i
jier home as Texas was arrested hy
Constable Peterson last night .after
she had leaten her way across the
continent. ��he was attired In men s
clothes when arrested and Bald thai
she was looking for her hatband, who
had loft her at Starbuck.    She
confirmation or denial of the report,
Later  report! are  In  Ilie elTcet that
it whh th torpedoboat dBitroyer Dardep
ihai    collided    with   the   battleship
I.tiiiref'.iiiherry nml thai  the llardewas
sunk.
The squadron wns hound from Mar-
���Qlllet to Keber, Algiers.
''' 11  ni.inli' I   fei'  live   \. am.
linto this city on the Irn
High Water Breaks Boom.
Revelstoke, July .'!���The high  water
of June 27 was  responsible    for the
breaking of a boom In Kamloops lake.
���';��'l  the  scattering of many tiiilllnnn
"f feel of saw logs.   The   loga   are
1  by the Savanas  Lumt{W com-
and  the firm will be put to n
great expenie In collecting them.
Troops Tramp  Through  Town.
PALBRMO,   July  a    A   Mi-   Indus
trial Btrike has broken oul and 16,00"
men   have   Stopped   wnrli.     The   town
Is occupied  hy  troops nnd  there liav
heen   many   conflict.!.     Todav   r.iirhl-
noi'i'.:   had   to   charge   n   prOwd   wl-
drawn   sabers.     Mun.    ti"-  '���
heen made.
Shocks In Italy.
Home, July n.���Slight enrthquake
-hocks were felt today at Tolmesso,
Sandanlele nnd Amaro, near Udenl,
capital or the province of that
Toliuez.-.n Is In the Alps.
h. i from linking, and with the houi
i,l|<  |v    III    lOW,    l.'l'l'i'e led    In    III.'    sielllll
'I.,-, where tbe rapid!) tilling boai
w 11 i tni im.i Tho ichoonef 11 ��
prnctleallj non boat, having heon N
llllllv     IHIllI    UP    lev     Ml       lle'llllllinnl     ll
engage In ulnion flshlns thli iea��on
Tornado  Doet DdmSge.
Dallas,  Texas.   July   It.    Mcium.'   r<'
ports have heen received of a t.iiiia.l"
Which  swept  through portlr ns of Wl
chlt.n,   Baylor, Young,  Taylor,    Khox
nnd Haskell Counties yvsterday.
Considerable  Jamage  was    done    nl
���Wichita Falls, In Young County, and
nt Beymour.
Rochester le reported as almost, de-
ttrnyed. Merkel, ln Taylor County, is
reported partially destroyed.
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7HURSDAV, JULy
DEEP SEA FISHES.
OUR
BATHING
SUITS
The pleasure of one's
to  by  a   comfortable
DIP
is vastly added
Bathing Suit
Ours meet all requirements in looks, wear
and cost.
One and two-piece Men's and Boys' Suits,
Cotton, Jersey Cloth, etc���plain and fancy styles
���fast colors-good shape-all sizes.
50c 60c 75c $1.00
$1.25    $1.50
HL DeBECK
Clothier and Furnisher fo Men Who Know
Next Post Office
New Westminster
Ther*   Hi-Ihk    %'othlnir    F_l��e   to   H��
Th*y  l.lvi-  Upon  Each  Other.
"All ilie deep sea fishes are enormous
eaters," says a naturalist.   '���There lie
liig nothing to eat but the life atiyjt
them, tbey live upon each other.. Bvbry
facilltj   for   killing   ami   devouring j
Is   provided���luminescence   to   dazzle,
swiftness   and   sireustli   to  overtake
anil overpower, knife blade teeth for
tearing,   abnormally   large  jaws   for
crushing.   Whatever the prey or however largo  it  way  be,  there Is lit lb
trouble in swallowing it.    The mouth '
yawns like a cavern, and tbe stoma ei, i
distends to  bold a body even larger
than the swallower.    The appetite isi
fishes seems never wanting, and com-
plete digestion with some of theni Is
only a nintter*of half an hour."    For
this reason slaughter goes on unendingly.   Usually lt Is produced only by t
hunger, but souio_ monsters, Ijke !Jk j
bluefisb,  even   when gorged,  kill   fo
puivlovf K l;illing.
Of tbe etornni warfare that goes ot��
beneath the surface of the waves thej
same writer remarks: "Tbey follow the
prey like packs of wolves, aud in I urn
are followed, band succeeding band.
Increasing iu size as tbey decrease In .
numbers. Tbe herrings eat the smaller
fish, even their own young; tbey arc
harried by the bluelishes until n trail
Of blood stains the water, while foi
lowing the blueflshes come the Insatiate porpoises, Nothing saves the
weaker ones but breed. Many thou
sands of eggs are spawned that .1
dozen or more may be hatched nail
brought tu maturity. J>!lions are l> ������
yes, 7>ut millions survive.
"The herrings move on the sea L
uncountable numbers In banks tin.
are miles In length ami width, In vein,!
rows so vast tlmF they perhaps keep
passing oue given point In unbroken
succession for montbs at a time. Just
so with the menhaden. A catch In a
purse net of 500,000 is not infrequent
Pueb numbers are sufficient to withstand all tbe ravages of the natural
enemy. The bass, the haddock and
the pollock may kill to their hearts
content, and still the menhaden will
hold their own."���Chicago News.
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Call and seejour new lines of FURNITURE.      The best of
woods,   the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,   ancl
the most reasonable of prices.
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURE   EMPORIUM
716 and 718 Columbia St.     Four Floors.      Rear Extension, Front St.
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Wljpn  Thni-kfrur  Struck.
<k letter written by Thackeray to tne
proprietor of Eraser's Magazine ia
quoted under the bead of "When
Thackeray Went on Strike." As a
matter of fact, Trackeray, no far from
acting on tbe principle of unionism,
acted on precisely tbe opposite principle and asserted bis right to individual preference. "Well," lie says, "I
dare say you wlll be very indignant
und swear I am the most mercenary of
Individuals, Not 80. r.ut I nm a better
workman than most of your crew and
desire a better price." He ends amiably, "you must uot, I repeat, be angry
or, because we differ as tradesmen,
break off our connection ��s friends."���
London News
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TOILET REQUISITES
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ParrluiMiiiK    '��>    Scent.
"The nose is a powerful factor in tbe
selection of flowers,"  said the propri-
1 etor of a flower stand.    "I keep the
1 doors  of  this  glass  ease  open   In  ali
] kinds of weather.   I want possible cus-
j torn ers to catch  a   whiff of the fragrance.    Most people buy (lowers for
I tbe smell instead of the looks.    They
��� will pass a sluit-in  flower stand day
>': ' after day and never think of buying
* anything,   but  just   let  them  get  tbe
��� I odor of some favorite flower and they
will go home carrying a bouquet as
big as your hat."���New York I'ress.
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The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world is made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
Is tbe purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
Golf Stick*.
It is of the ..'tm..st importance that
the golfer should be ou terms of thc
most complete confidence and intimacy
��� 1 with all the clubs In his bag, and pur-,
tlcularly the wooden clubs, from which
he gets bis length. .Such confidence ,
cannot be established during the firs'
few seasons of a golfer's experience.
It needs a loug time ami much thought
to grasp what are the essential fea-
tures of a wooden dub that make it exactly suited to the peculiarities of a
particular player.���Fry's .Magazine.
WELLINGTON  LUMP COAL
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER PORTLAND CEMENT.
This celebrated Cement Is
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
ROSEBANK LIME.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
MANITOBA  WOOD  FIBRE.
NEW  BRUNSWICK PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL SALT.
COMMON BRICK.
PRESSED FACE BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN    TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
Uave x- *' x. �� ��� ,
Leave X. \v. UA^H
Leave Seattle 1      ';ar J"el����L
C.P.R. WESI . . p,',!,lii
Leave N. W ��� 0 , ,- ,. 'N%(|
Arrive N.W.I   .   nt- ,,. ��'"��
GREAT NORTHERN1 BAt,jT
Lv. N. \v. 9.20 ���,,-., ���   r **��*!!
Lv. N. W. 4
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Lv. Vancouver g
10 [).n
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'"'��� Seattle
Lv. N. W. &-.'i-i ZrSVi
2.20 p.m. ""���
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Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence 122 |
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ADVERTISE IN  THE NEWS
A Puzzle of the Bid Fire.
One of the remarkable incident*
of the greal lire of Sun Francisco
was Hie immunity from damage cf
an old wooden shack owned by a
paint company at the corner of
Main and Harrison streets. The ram-
shackle, half century old building
stand* unbar il. a little island in
a sea of desolation. I' rooks with
oil and is filled "'i''1 highly inflammable materials. Near to it ;i great
pile of coal caught fire aud burned
for nearly a week. The officials of
the company felt so certain that the (
|)].i.'e' had fallen a victim to the de-1
vouring flames that they did not
even attempt to visit it until two
weeks or so after tho conflagration,
and then it was mere curiosity t<5
see what tho ruins looked like that
led them there.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
h. E,
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
WALKER, President ALEX.  LAIRD, General
Manager.
A GENERAL BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility afforded   Farmers for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed   or taken  for collection.
BANKING  BY MAIL���Deposits   may he made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts receive evory attention,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH��� H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Edible  Birds'   Nests.
Some authorities have contended
that the edible birds' nests are constructed nf a glutinous matter se-
creted in the mouths of the birds,
and others think that these nests
are composed of a kind of seaweed.
The latter theory 1ms now heen
practically abandoned, and it is gen*
orally conceded that the robbing of
the nests before tho hatching of thn
young is rin act of great cmelty,
since the birds immediately set to
work to build new ones, and tho excessive drain on their saliva exhausts their strength to such a degree thai they are of ten found dead
in numbers near tho spot where
they had meant to rear their broods.
JUNE WEDDINGS
In the spring a young man's fancy turns to
thoughts of love, "and in June he gets married.
We have now a splendid new assortment of
Cut Glass
including Bowls," Pitchers, Vases, Water
Bottles;   and a   magnificent   selection of
Silverware
comprising beautiful Tea Sets, Candelabras,
Coffee Services, Serviette Rings, and Sugar
Basins.      To view our stock is to purchase.
Beaver���
From N.
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From N.
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Wedding Rings Our Specialty
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN] yOU   BANK   WITH
��������� The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER   45,000,000
Lv. Guichon, 2:10 p. m.;
?:45 p m. and 6 p, a.
Mondays onlv,
B. C. ELECTRIC   VAXcocvi,!
Lv. New Westminster 660 (S
and 8 a. m.. and evfry halt hoar -wl
after till 11 p. m. '"���
Lv. Vancouver  for Westmin,. I
tame hours. '���
Fraser River and Gulf |
UP RIVER.
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30WN RIVEI
Transfer���
From N.W. daily, ex Sundaj |
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6ajl
Mail Service
Dispatched ley c. P. R,   .
a. in.; close 11
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntl
dally.
Millside Sn.   i.  d ii     excep
day;   Sapperton  No.   I, daily ei I
Sunday; Calgary an I   . I
2 (first mail C.P.R. e isl lail : J
from tln> above poinl - n eivei I
8:15 p. in.
Dispatched by B. C. E
Co., 7: l.'i a. in
Vancouver, No.  1, dail 1
elays. Return mall reci Ived ��� I
Dispatched by 'G.N.R. ti dn ��� I.   .|
Cloverdale,    Nicom        Porl
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Blalw
Seattle (all joints In Washington
south,    also    all    polnl      n  ���
states i.  daily  exci pi  S iei i iy. Rea
mails received al 3:30
(',' (.'.inn.  Tuesdays  and Thu:'-;.
Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and  .--.'I
days.    Return mail receive I M �� i
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Ele I
10:30 n. in.:
Vancouver  No.  2;   Vici irla, N'a
Central   Park,   daily   exci     Sin
Return mail i eceive I al 2 p. '
Dlspai ched by carrier, 1:13 p. in
Easl Burnaby, dally exci     S     |
Return mails received al
Disp itched by carrier l-':"" noon:
Timberland, Tuesdays and Fr��|
Return  malls   ri celved  T n ��� la: i t
Fridays.
Dispatched by ('. P.R. b iat, 2 !     I
and l :30 p. ra. on S u    la '���
I.a.line-.    Westham     Island.   1
Guichon,    Steveston,   Sun m        'I
excepl Sunday.   Return i
ed from 9 a. m. to 11  a. m
Woodward's,    Wedncsda I
mail on  Wednesdays and S i
Dispatched by  H.<".  Electrl
3:30 p. m.:
Vancouver, No, 2:  Victoi la,     I
daily  excepl   Sunday.     Retti I
received al G p. ra.
Burnaby    lake.     Return
2 p. m.
Dispatched by O.N. Pyler, :     '���
T.e southern    points,    la
Sunday.    Return mail  i'
Dis eatched by C.P.R. train
m.;   mail closes al   I'���'���'���
C ilgary and Vanco 11
P. R. east, second main. R'
received   al   LO:35  a.  ni.
Sapperton,  No. 2;  MUlsldi. N
Coquitlam, daily excepl ������
turn mall received al  I0:.'!ii ���'
Wi- welcome small accounts anel pay interest four times
ii year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
Bank of Montreal
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ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  in   London,  England,
New York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A (Jen-
eral Danidng Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available witl. correspondents In all  tiarts of the
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interesl allowed at 2 per rent, jeer annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRA4K3H. Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager
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Northern
Pacific
'Thr >ee
Transcontinental
Trains Dail*
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Ban*
Quick Time. Excellent &er��*
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. ?&
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to al
pean points.
Special    Reduced   Rates   K^
Rates   to   Southern   Cali'"''"'3'
For full informtion call on or ��
0. E. LANG, General A.
480 Hastings St., Vancouve
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|ln Silk Stripes   (collar  attached)
75c, $1, $1.25 and $2.
Raw Silk, collar attached,
$2.25 the shirt.
Black, Blue ancl Drab Alpaca, reversible collars, $1.75. the shirt.
White Canvas,
$1 and ��1.25
White, ventilated, $1.25,
reverse collar.
We sell the "Big Shirt" and the
"Big Horn" Shirt.
P
HILLIP
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
DUTY OF HAPPINESS.
Second-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS,     RANGES.    STOVES.
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
Rushton & Speck
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We  also do all  kinds
of   general    repairing.
Sign  Man  on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 2T5
Imperial Cattle Wash
ONE DOLLAR A GALLON
It pays tii nse it. The cow will g \ i
better results if she does nol have to
fight flies.   Guaranteed todo thework
D.S, CURTIS S CO.. Drucs. Spwtarte.Soodv
Nr�� Westminster
Keep T<���ir Pace to the Snattshl ������
Smile  Through   \ out  Tear...
:   i      ������   mi old man who tins had a
-''   ' deal nt troul i  and man; losses
es. but lie started out In
'������-���-   - th :i firm determination to ex-
Just   us   much   real   enjoyment
; t as he wi nt along us possible���
not .1, dissipation, but iu wholesome
��� ��� and tun He bas always
:: ' to see tl e humorous side of
tl ps the bright si le and tbe duty erf
happiness.
��� suit is that, although this mas
; ��� - '���.'������������ more than his share of sorrow
In hii eareei   hi  has developed the in-
:  making the best
-' i   ��� > situ ti      and of always fae
���'������- tl ��� sun and tt rning his back to the
���        ivs    rhls life habit of cheerfulness and optimism has brought out *
etness ol chara ter and a poise an.l
v  '    '.   of mind which nre the envj
Mho know him.  Although he has
lost his property and the mosl ol his
: and r< >latf\ es, yet he radiates
���   and helpfulness wherever he
A man who can laugh outside when
he   is   crying   inside,   who  can  smile
bi   fei - badly, has a great ac-
shment     We  all   love  ihe  one
who believes the sun shines when Ue
'. see rt.
A potted rose In a window wl'J turn
Its fine away from the darkness to-
ward the light Turn it as often as
you will, it always tarns away from
the darkness nnd lifts its face upward
toward the sun.
So we Instinctively shrink from oold.
melancholy, Inkj natures and turn our
faces toward the' bright, the cheerful
and the sunshiny. There is more virtue [n one sunbeam than iu a whole
".. ispbere ol cloud and gloom.
Your ability to carry your own sun-
shine with you. your own lubricant,
your own light, so that, no matter how
heavy the load or dark the way, you
will be equal to the emergency, wlll
measure your ability to continue and
to achieve.���Success.
Co'er o' thl Pride's Gown.
It is. interesting to note thai the
choice of white for wedding dresses
is comparatively a modern fashion.
The Roman brides wore- yellow, and
in the mosl eastern countries pink
is the Irida'. 'out. During the middle ages the renaissance brides wore
crimson, and mosl of our Plantage-
nei and Tudor queens were married
in this ti\ id hue, whit h is still popular in parts of Brittany, when, the
bride ia usually dressed in crimson
br<   tide.    It was Mary Stuart who
lire-t i Imaged the color of bridal garments.   At her marriage with Frait
t is  II. of  France in   1553- -whici
took place not before the altar, but
1 before  the  great   doors   of   Notre
Dame���she  was  gowned  in   white
brocade, with a train of pale blue
Persian velvel six yards in length
This innovation caused qu te a si i
: in   the  fashionable  world  at   ti,:.:
time,  ii was not, however, till quift
seventeenth centun      Mlnoral  Wotorc    Ft/��
pure srhite, the color hitherto      iTlinerdl   TTaicrb, tilt.
i corn bv roval French widows, be . .1 \\j
cane  popular for bridal garments Aerated   Waters,
in England.���Church Eclectic.
4 More Specials
.. TO-DAY ..
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it   is  ncoi>-
sary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You can rely upon Getting the
Bkst of everything.
>00 Cords of Ian Bark Wanted
At   the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
Westminster Iron Works
GEVKRAL MACH1NK ANU tCNUtNE
WORK.
FH1P SMITHING, tmiuun; and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WOKK.
Ornamental   iron   worn,  inriudint
Fences, Gales. Fire  Ksoapes, etc.
M...1 orders aud correspondence In
led.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE IS t'K._.__. I'.
New Westminster. f. U   ���"��
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Ladies, Win
$15���or��� $10
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; second, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited al the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, mad" with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed all that is necessary is that the
��� read be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel.  113. Office.  Eighth  Street,
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
a    Ufa ri i' 1 rom In- i 1 may v or'
Uar.-l ni 1 hysleal ami r.v. tal labor, y-.-e
the nighl eometh v b, 11 n 1 uutu cat
work. Thc Insomniac, utterly fatigued,
falls iiit > 11 slumber- not a sound, re
coma, fell torpor, born ATLANTIC   STEAMSHIPS
tigue.   1,1 1, few hours the demon..ay, I Qp JHE WNM|AN  PACIFIC RY
"Awake    nnd the Insomniac start- In     rlureT   .Mn   r-Ac-rr-ci"
stantly ini , wuklug. with bright, sta,    =F>NEST  AND   FASTEST
lng, v, inlel.- . sleepless eyes.   Is there
no cure?   None.   lusomnln comes witl.
nco.  Vnei cannot cure your years.  Yin:
n
EMPRESSES
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young.   ' Kot  poppy  n >r  mandraffan   H.Pewrt EMPRESS OK IRELAND]     IONS
nor all the drowsy sirupi ol \bo world '���    Particularly   low   rates    from    the
can medicine thei  to that sweet sleep  old   Country.        Reservations   made
which   yesterday   thou   liadst."    Sat   bere for all sailings.
Francisco Argonaut.  ^ Nex|  s;|j|jii^  Bmpre8B .,,���,  l2
Tc -.often the Hands. Empress of Britain luly   26th.
To make ti mixture for the hands por particulars apply
take equal parts i.f rosewater and ED. QOULET,               \\
glycerin, mix while warm nnd keep c  p  ]{'   Vu( n(      \
firmly corked.    The bottle Bhould    |
be  shaken   before  using.    If the
Canadian Pacific!
250 3-4 in.White Cornice Poles,with
ends and brackets complete; regular 25c value.    Sale Price 15c
5 dozen only���Footstools, covered in
handsome figured Velours and Empire gilt legs, well finished and extra
good value at $1. Sale price 75c
Handsome square top Centre Tables
in Early English or Golden Oak finish, fitted with 22 in. tops and lower shelves under these tables make
an attractive addition to the parlor
or dining room, and will soon clear
out; the regular value is $2.75.
Special Sale Price    -    $1.95
THESE ARE THE BIGGEST BARGAINS YET.
About GO Hat and Coat Racks, fitted
with 5 pegs each; well finished, and
cheap at 50c.      Sale Price 3 5c
BETTER COME QUICK FOR THESE.
JOHN A. LEE'Sl
Furniture Emporium
Dupont Block, Columbia Slreet, New Westminster
Phone   73
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two-third of glycerin to one of
rosewater. Rub well over the hands
after washing and before retiring
for the in.
RAILWAY COMPANY
Phone 101
DAILY
Pickled Nasturtium Seed. #
After thc (lower has dried from   _ TriillSClMtineillal MllS   2
the nasturtium planl lay lhe Reed
in ..ilt and water for two days; then
drain and lay in fresh cold water.     Excursion  rates to all points  En
Drain and pack in jars.   Bring Tin- j,,iN- 3rd, 4th and Bth;   Augusl yiii
egnr to the boiling point and Bea-  8th .,���,, t0th,   Tickets good for thi
son it with mace and peppercorns m���nt|1S-
and a Ijttlc white sugar,    Fill jars
to overflowing ainl seal.
���
I Reichenbach Company !
LIMITED.
(J. P. K. Agent.
New   West tn I tinti 1
Adams' Celebrated Truss Rod
**  Studebaker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons. Farm Trucks, &C.
Agents for the .1. J. Chase> Threshing Machinery.
T- J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
Also     Single   Fare   and   One-Third
for round trip tickets, Dominion Daj
Flowers In Rooms. Tickets  on   sale  June  28,  29,   30,  an
Growing plants and cut flowers July 1st; good till July 3rd,
In profusion should never be per- ED (joui.kt
' mitted in bedroomo, for these ex-
haust the air which is required by
i tho sleeper.   Many a headache or	
attack of nausea in the morning
may he accounted for by plants and l W��Stmlll��t6r
flowers being allowed to remain ia 1
the room aii night. Transfer Co.
Ginger Beer.
Pour n gallon of boiling water on | 'ifflce 'Phone 185.      Uns 'Knone 18��
one pound  of loaf sugar,  half an j Columbia 8t.
ounce of ginger and one ounce of j
cream of tartar.   When nearh���cold Baggage deliverM   promptly to ��n.
odd a taiiiospoonful of yeast. Struin, 1 part of the rlty-
bottle, una in six hours it will be [
ready for use.    Ii' root ginger is  * ���   i,        fii n      t��
used; boil it ia ih-o water for two \ Light and Heavy liauhni
lym.trJtiiS | Office���Tram  Deoot
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YflllK NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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SDAY
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Dally \ew__  Pub-
shing   Company   Umiied.   at   their
offices,   corner   of   Sixth   ami   t roat
streets. New Westminster, 13. C.
In the Kitchen���use WINDSOR SALT. It is a serious
mistake to use common salt. Use
the fine, pure Windsor.
E.   A. Paige Manager
130
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
FOR   SALE���One  second-hand   range,
.suitable for large restaurant or log- I
Iglng camp, <Sftx:)ft.6in.    Apply to Alex
Speck, Secotid Hand Store, Speck Blk.
RATES.
ADVERTISING
Transient   display   advertising,    10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o,
the   inch.      Five   cents   per
W. E. Sin-
line   tot
i ser River Meat Co.;  boots,
clair.
Provincial  jail���Groceries,    c.    A.
Welsh;   boots and shoes,  W. K. Sin-
subsequent insertions ,        u w   , vle   Fashion Stab-
Reading notices, bold face type, 20  cuwr,   uvw��      . .
cents  |.er line, brevier or nonpareil,: les; milk, Fleeder; coal, Gilley Bros.;
10 cents per line.
For   time   contracts,   special   positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or
deaths,  50c.     Wants,   for sales,  lost  Royal City Fish Co,
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent	
per   word.     No  advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
[drugs, D. S. Curtis; clothing, M. Phillips; meat, Reichenbach Co.; hardware. Cunningham Hardware Co.; fish,
JAPANESE boy attending Day School
wants work at good family.    Remuneration $1."  per    week    with
room  anil   board.    Apply to  P.  O.
Box 545, city.
WANTED���Girl with some experience in confectionary ami ice
cream parlor. Apply, Purdy &
McKlllop, next  tram  office.
The Flyer arrived yesterday morn-
TEACHERS WANTED��� For Central
School, this city. One Male for
Division  3,  Boys'  School;   one Fe-
TELEPHONES.
Day  Office   A22
Night  Office    B22
with a scow load of crushed rock  male for primary work.    Applications
received up to noon of the llth inst.
R.   LENNIE, Sec.
and tied up at Oilley's wharf. The
rock is being largely used by the city
for macadamizing the streets.
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THUR8DAY,  JULY  4,   1907.
DEPARTMENT    OF    MILITIA    AND
DEFENCE,   OTTAWA.
LOOKING FORWARD.
A hundred year
take- us back to the time of the "Boston tea party."   Unless all the "oldest
SEALED TENDERS (in duplicate)
for the supply of Coal and Fuel Wood
plus a general ion. required to heat the Military Buildings at Victoria, Vancouver, New
Westminster and Rossland, B. Ci for
the twelve montbs beginning 1st .July,
inhabitant" stories which have been
circulated recently are fictions, thee
are people alive today who were fall
grown men and women before tho dre8Sed t0 ,.,,
world dreamed of the use of steam as
a motive power; and as for electricity
as man's servant, that Is an affair of
yesterday. All the- progress of the
lasl hundred years may be but the lie-
ginning. Without the scientific a 1-
vance, the national advance of he
United States, and Britain's great colonies in population and wealth, and
the' bound of Japan from its cond'tton
imi ei few decades ago to a place in
the front rank of the nations, would
have lie en Impossible. These trite
facts, when one does not accept them
as commonplaces bul pauses to think
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY���We furnish help of all kinds, farm. bush.
saw mill, railroad labor, hotel help,
etc., etc. male or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Employment Agcy.
i>06 Cordova street west Vancouver.
HOUSE   AND   TWO   LOTS to   rent.
splendid   location;    corner  site  on
car line, eight minutes    from    post.
office.     Apply   P.   A.    Daily   News
office.
ISecond-HandPIANOS
ORGANS,    RANGES.    STOVES.
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS. ETC.
Rushton & Speck
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do all kinds
of  general   repairing.
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Imperial Cattle Wash
ONE DOLLAR A GALLON;
It pays to use it. The cow will give
better results if she does not have to
fight flies.   Guaranteed to do thework
D.S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spedacles.Seeds
New Westminster
Can You Beat Hi
��
A six-room modern House, in g( od repair
a lot 55 x 165 feet,  all in fruit tree." 1��"
block from city car,   on  Fourth Avenu6
Price   $1,800
Half cash,      -      -      balance easy terms
Hale & Lam
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPER
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
Phone  335 |��. o. g.
how  wonderful  they really are, nat-  contract when called  upon to do so.
1907, will be received up to Saturday,
July 20 next.    Each  tender Is  to lie  FOR SALE--A good paying business,
marked   "Tender  for  Fuel,"   nnd   ad-      the Arrow Job Printing Plant, good
Secretary of the Mil-     will as a running concern.    Room
it1'! Council, Ottawa. 4. Daily N'ews Block. tf
Printed forms of tender containing -������������������������������������������������
full particulars may he obtained from Dr. T. Hoggan, M.R.C.V.S., Edinburgh,
the Secretary of Ihe  .Militia  Council, Veterinary Surgeon
Ottawa, or at the Offire of the Dis- Having commenced practice in New
trie! Officer Cominanding, Victoria. Westminster, messages can be left af
who will furnish all information re- D. S. Curtis' Drug Store. Columbia
quired. street;   'Phone 4:!, until  I  have made
Each tender must he accompanied my offlce arrangements,
by an accepted checque, payable to
the order of the Honourable the Minister of Militia and Defence, for five
per cenl of the amount of the tender,
which will be forfeited if the party
making the tender declines to sign a
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it  is  necessary to know what we tire eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You can rely upon Getting the
Best of Everything.
iOO Cords of Ian Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Bt Wist
NOTICE
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively ln timber. Have large and small
tracts on wafer. If you wish to
buy or sell, see me. !��. R. Chandler,
407  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.
nrally lead to speculation as to what
the future has in store for the nations.
We gel Into a habit or thinking of the
older nations of Europe as if they
weiv fixed like the everlasting hills.
Bul that idea may turn out to be a Secretary
very mistaken one.    Still  it  is to the   fence.
.If the  tender  be  not    accepted    the
cheque will be returned.
The Department does nol bind itself
io accepl the lowest or any tender.
E. P. JARVIS.
Dept.  of   Militia   and   De-
*wakening Basi that one naturally
looks for the forces and prophecies of
national changes. Especially do men
specula; i upon Japan's opportunities
and amblUons, an.l annum her opportunities���the opportunities of the people of Japan, perhaps, rather than of
the Ja] nese nation���some are in-
i lined to count the South American
continent. It is asserted as certainly
(rue th.it the mixed race of South
America, where the Indians have not
faded away before the white man as
in North America, bui become largely
amalgamated with Spaniards, Portugese and negroes has no racial antagonism to Mongolians from the other i
side eef the Pacific. There is no ob.
lection to intermarriage among the
common ppbple, and if the redundant'
 ' ���'���n'\ ni of Japan finds a congenial
���'���'���'. for immigration in South America the e may be a possibility that
.Tapani se influence may become very
powerful In the revolution-haunted
republics eef the Southern continent.
li Is ��� asily conceivable thai given n
large Immigration of Japanese, industrious, shrewd, thrifty, instinct with
the spirit of progress and conquest,
(hey might in time change the character of South America and raise a
powei :��� thai continenl againsi which
Ihe Monroe doctrine would be of no
avail.
WANTED���Position by middle aged
man for office work with lumber
company, or other corporation, understands books, speaks French and
English, holds twenty-three years1
reference with same firm. Apply
by letter to J. G. care General Post'
Office, New Westminster. ::i
Departmenl of Militia and Defence.
Ottawa, .lune 21, 1907,
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS.
Highest Cash Price Paid
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
if$S^-
Walk-
Over
Police  Court  Cases.
Th    following are the police couri
stall   les for the month of .lune. 1907:
Drun  enness    ig
Mcens    By   l.au   Infringemenl  l
to   nnim iis  i
Streets  and  Sidewall     bj   Law Infringemenl     7
Theft  i
Damagi roperty  i
Vagr in   .      ^
Perju        !
���s';i a exious drug    i
v   .          I
Inn al     iioust s of ill fame  :,
Breach of Indian Act  :,'
Bi ��������� ���    Youth's   Protection Aci  1
lng     4
Total    5n I
 .	
Provincial   Institution  Supplies.
Thc I illowing firms have be en successful in   tendei ni    fo
(lie provincial jail and th,' provincial
a.    :.:���::
Pro. ���: ial Asj lum���Grocoi le s, c. A.
Wel i   el 'Mes, T. S.  Annan I lie;
dry ge i Is, T, li. Smith; tailoi lng, T.
H. Smith; coal, Mayers .v- Preston;
I ��� tl ling . nd furniture, J, A. Lee;
drugs, 'i S. Curtis; seeds. Brackman
&   i'e":   milk,  undecided:  meat. Fr.a-
Low Shoes are in
high favor this summer, even moreso
than ever before.
We have just received a consignment of
WALK-OVER
OXFORDS
that will make you buy.
We are still in the ring with some of the besi
Bargains ever offered for the money in the wail
of farms, fruit ranches and city property, Cai
and take a look at OUR LIST. IT WILL CONVINCEY(J
HERE ARE \ FEW SPECIMENS:
No. 41.   8-roomed Modern House, hot and cole
bath and closet, etc.; full sized lot; all in lawtj
every way up-to-date. Price $3700. Terms arras
No. 42. (i-roomed house, modem, on Fourth avenue,!
full sized lots, laid out in lawn and fruil treesjcli
houses, etc.   Price $2000, .half cash, balance easi
No. 66.   10 lots on Tenth avenue, all easily cleared,
$500 for the block.
No. 67.    1 lots on Tenth avenue, all easily cleared, 1!I
from Sixth street car line.   To a cash buyer
the block.
No. 68. 2 lots on Fourth avenue and Mth street ;oj
cleared; near north arm.   Price $500 each
No. 69. 1 lot on Fourth avenue and Tenth street, 661
frontage; all cleared and in fruit trees, fenced,]
ready to build upon.    Price $500 to a cash buyer!
No. 61. '2 lots on Columbia street near hospital, Sa|
ton, easily cleared.   Price $425 each.
Ws haye a few small ranches in Biirnafty and Sappurliji] District'
all of good value.
FRASER VALLE1
REALTY COMP
Real Estate, Insurance and Business Brokers, Murchie I
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Our Tans in
are winners.
Lace and Button
Just received a shipment of Brass and Iron
Beds direct from Birmingham, Eng.   1   .���
are handsome, strong and durable.    I
see Lhe line.
White Bedspreads, Sheets and Pillow Casesj
Come and inspect. A  jreat variety.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium)
DUPONT BLOCK,
iw. 73
NEW  WESTMIN SI
E. C
THE
ASKTOSEE
THE MANNISH
DESIGN FOR WOMEN
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60 pairs of Women's White Oxfords received by express. On sale
this week for
$1.75 a pair
JOHNSTON':
BIG SHOE HOUSE, LIMITED,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE SIGN Of THE BIG flECTMC BOO!
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��� Bays half an acre of land, corner lot on Sixth /h'6, !|
* and Fourteenth St.    Only two blocks from
2 Vancouver car line.
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$250 Cash
and the balance in six months will take this
lie,
* Columbia Street   New Westminster j
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Cash Store
IA FINAL CLEARANCE
OF
Smart and
Stylish
SUITS
Regular $25 and S20 values ior
I4.50and $1 1.50
N   " ���   suits alike, but all sizes wel) represented
_ ; i 12, Stylish Et as, P ny Jackets and B :,
ts, tight and semi-fitting.   Even' garment has
���..-:. wel) ..:: and neatly put : gether as mly skilled
irkmen can do.   The fa ricsan the latest white
id black overchecks,  shad w plaids and stripes,
;];]: biascut straps an i trimmings; a few are finish-
nth m trie silk or milit iry silk brai Is.
A new sui: now will add to the pleasure of a
r a continental tour.   The price is a small
w ��14.50 or $11.50.
Unite Wash Suits at $6.50, S4.75. $3.75 or $1.95
Aut im bile C tats of waterpn of i silk, Cravenette C iats,  summer weight Tourist Coats in a large
Ira -    of patterns,  all new,  all marked for quick
Jsellii
Vou will get better service in the morning and
[       the rush of the crowds in the afternoon. Store
���.' - 5 at 5 p. m. sharp.
tIIsmth
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
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LIVE
F. CRAKE
English  Watchmaker
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seas    :.--���.'     ���������'.."���.'���   capl
increased
tV.     ' l - ?���' ' .. change
id '���..'���-' '....:���:������:
w   Westminster    was    aJso  made
���   offiw  s '���     19 ���' nn   ;;s folloti ���-
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FARM
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100 acres. Thirty acres cleared and in grass.
First class soil, and 30 acres fenced. 400 Fruit
trees. Stabling for 30 head of stock and lour
horses. Dwelling 6 rooms, 2 barns, some outhouses, Chicken houses, etc. About 400 Cords
of Cedar on property.
$1500 cash
WILL HANDLE THIS PLACE AND IS A
GOOD PROPOSITION.
cLEOD, MARK &  CO.
' Farm Land Specialists,
New  Westminster
�������
1 Hut W1
nat
You Want!'
athroom,
Cottage on corner, 5 rooms, pantry, a'<
ixed wash tubs and all other Improvements
also fruit trees.   This cottage has just been
Painted and is in first class condition-
..ci'
$1,650,     half cash, balance eas;.
I
P. PEEBLES RlL
Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,     Phone 307
I
whi r<     Bl .     W 111      ���     ���: r   .. :��� sl     )1    '.' V
���. -     M  -   y, ��� lil  has    ��� en lh In s
the ] asl .   :;:' M' i "S,
her husband    eii      in esti nsi re frutl
gr >'wer.
:   ��� ���      ll    Indli     ons   this
son v sue pssful   me In the
clng 1 in     Thi   Westminster
Fruil    '       ng Co   will starl  ita  flrsl
hi   si a -���':: ��� >.la>. and oxpiv;
;o have .ill  thai  can  be  han lied,  as,
���   irl from tiie' suppl> coming In from
IihmI  points,  a   greal  qnantltj   ol
fru ��� ��::i come from up the rh er this
year.
Mnn>  of the Hindus �� h i have been
working   for   some  time   In   this cltj
to be coming lo the conclnsl in
i that  British Columbia is nol  as ras>
.i country lo liw in as thej  Im i .In ' l
are   In   < onsequence  leaving   for
er parts.    The exodus is more no-
' le    ro��i I  iii" mills, where day
���,  .i;i\ t!ie> ]>.".���.��� enl.' :-' of these dusky
hii ]     i fi mi   In Ha's sultry  clini ���
becoming smaller.
\ ci'ije-i w e Idinp ' ol. place > e a
terd ij evening .it the residence o( the
Ri ���., ,T. S. Henderson, pastor of the St,
���. ii |i p�� 's church. The conl ra< I n !
;, s were Donald Mnthcson, em,I
Miss Etta Mcleod, both of Langley,
bm :.:������. louslj of Bruce Countj*, Ont,
The groom wns attended by Malcolm
Mel eo I, brothel e.f the- bride, while
Mi i. ii, ndei ion acted as bridesmal I
The newly married couple will retui n
lo Langley In the course of n Few
days.
Harry Cloelit, charge I with bein i ���
fr, tjuenter of ihe- Vancouver tenderloin, ami allowed oul on bail of $100
em Tuesday, failed to Bhow up for
(rial nt Vancouver yesterday, nnd his
arresl was ordered. Chief of Police
Mcintosh saw   the man   In   this  city
yesterdaj  afternoon, bul had nol i n j
notified at the time thai he wns want-.
,.,l by the Vancouver authorities, and
consequently Ooelll made good hi   e
cape,   The local police have been re- j
quested to look oul for him, bui he la
supposed m be miles lieyond the bonn-
��� dary line by this time,
w. McAdam, presldenl "I the Lang-
|fiy Amirni'ui'ai Society, was In tho
city yesterday, ami was jusi in time
to receive from the mayor the gold,
medal which wns won by the Langjeyj
exhibit al the Provincial Exhibition
],.;i yar. The medal was m4de by
P, W. Ellis, of Toronto, ami lias ��'ii-
graveJ  On one  slilc the  COal   Of amies j
of the Boclety, and on the reverse the
Industrial Exhibition and an Inscription  which  roads "Awarded    to  Hi��� ���'
Langley District exhibit, second prize,
[provincial Exhibition, N'ew Westmin-)
ster, 1908.
e>
the    . '   a   r-.:   :'..    con vei R Mfl ' v
.i House on We.lnesdaj    lnl\   i-'-   \\    Bennett,  \e,:.v..    w    H   Dattbj
clevei  band  of musicians com    N     nk     M n    \\    riwm   ��� ���������   Mom
Carpet Qeaning
TT)!1 UitwiltAii ^ a c ti ii ��ii I'.Imiut
[ ft.. U'tt.N j. mil ri b; a ���.-..-*���, .'..".
*1 r.;  |".   ��,-:>.��� .v^.-i> fted   ';.'   .''
\ennej   h<i��s* tw '-.'..i-e-  V������-��� ������������"
������:,.���'.  o-o-   i'.ozr.c;   V.t..'I-  ve-e.    ��
piwvKled a*ati*faet>6rj numhe)
i-^^-.-.'.r-.rs awd order* art '.'iv-,">e\-.
..:"T��!,Y .'i'e'lsle.M':. ::: Nl"
V\ : ';��� ��� v.N.Ti.r, sK-.'.t '.:-.'-. '.".'.v
V -;    \ ��.-...,-.-.-. l''r,'A-.'.e -.   S\   ...   '       ���
\..-..-..���...-��� \ Ductless awn fej ','���
Carpets  I pholsterie*   eh     aw
..-.-.;��� '\   .-ev;-v.<\i oi dttti in ^
few     'e>.el-.      ��.V!l,'l v    M SrO> M
from floors, rooms or bnlMiugi.
!;���.<��� powerful sueWon, '..s,' mi��es
the nap or pile o'. ���:-Ab:-..--- rewexi t
their lustre, Pemovo* all moths,
el,- ,\v;!ie :2o :   |ar\ ac A'b e;i'e':;'
-. ���, e,> ,-.v; ��� the i.f<,e>.' Uvearticles
generallj Fhe system h*.. v.-.<--:
,> : :��� unqualtded success ift VaB
.-\".i\ ei ;ui<i \..;.". a
<:r.-:\\ '   DUStleSSl   Icexre-'. \\\
';' .-.(males an.i t'-.ill )^ii.. (lift!
given free of charge, on applies
Hon Entire satisfaction Kuai
anteed.   A��i��4.i^<- ���-���-
lit' (mAM \Mom ilmti lo .lid
\ ancouver Branch
rboi-ie t>96 ivii.ci-r-Hasting Sl
toj^-i ii icm i������ii iiw
uster Brown and Tige
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A.RE Al.l. acquainted with Buster Brown and his dog
Tige, who amuse the nation every Sunday with some
funny prank and philosophical "resolution." Von have
probably thought that these characters won- Imagin
ary. or existed only in the Ink and paper <'( tin1 funny
sheet.    Such is nol tho rase.    Tho Brown Shoo Co.. of SI. Louis,
deserves the credit for producing in real flesh and blond, a Buster
Brown and Tige who will entertain you at OUR store,
This is the same Buster Hrown and Tige whose dailj receptions at tho St. Louis World's Fair were attended by thousands
and aroused so much favorable comment. Since then they have
traveled the country from ond to ond and have added greatly to
their fund of experience and wit, the novelty of which is enlivened by Buster's humorous delivery and Tige's remarkable intelligence which rivals that of his funny sheet namesake. Tho hour's
reception at our store will be one of pure enjoymenl to whoever
attends whether young or old and hereafter when^ou lee
Buster and Tige in your paper you will have the additional pleasure of having mei the two originals,
They will be in town SATURDAY. July 8th, and will hold a
reception in front of SINCLAIR'S Shoe Store at 3 o'clock. A
platform will he erected for lhal purpose.
W. E. SINCLAI
Agent for the "Buster Brown Shoe
wto&smsm -. \m&asm m mimmm shes* ��
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\\WW2 ;^    THE  DAILY NEWS.
IHURSOAY
���ii*:,*"
���..   I MLt)D * ��� ���
FUN at HOME
can always be assured when you
buy your
EDISON,   COLUMBIA,   or
VICTOR    RECORDS,     at
J Tf TYII^IYC New Westminster
��� IL 1 \JUU U Music House
SINGER and WHEELER & WILSON   SEWING   -MACHINES.
+am*4t+ata>at*ama+4f
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
'22H Hastings St. W, Vancouver. (
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman j
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Ec- t
gineering. !
Seven Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. J. SPMf, B. A., Principal
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, we = t and south to Rossland, 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 f*lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
c.20 am Spokane   7.15 p.m.
12.25 P.m Rossland   4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson  645 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
TO KEEP YOUNG.
Br   Aptivr.   feck   Variety   und   Don'l
lt<-   A frail"   to   ..allien.
Never retire fr im active life if you
cau possibly avoid is; keep "in the
swim;" keep the mind active; never
refer to your advancing years or say
"at my age."
To preserve youth you must have ��
variety of experience. The countrj
woman at forty, although breathing n
purer air and living on a more healthful diet than the city woman, often
looks fifty, while the latter at the
same age doe- not look more than thirty. Hut her mind is inure active than
that of lier country sister; that is th*
secret of her more youthful appear
ance.
Nothing else ages one more rapidly
than monotony���a dead level existence
without change of scene or experience.
The mind must be kept fresh or it will
age, nm j tin- body cannot be youngei
than the mind.
Few minds are strong enough to
overcome tbe aging Influence of the
monotonous life which rnle^ In the
average country home, ("ity people
have infinitely greater variety of life.
"bb.::;: enjoy themselves a great deai
more than country people. They work
hard when at work, feut when they aM
through they drop everything and havi
a glued time. There is no doubt tha'
the theater, in spite of its many evil?,
has deiiie a great deal toward erasing
the marks of age. People who laugli
much retain their youth longer.���Sue
cess.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIR HANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
Stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
J ..I   information apply to
j. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B.  C.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pionesr Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Aerent.
J,W Third St.. cer Alder, Portland, Or.
A  Barbarous  Policy.
After the Hutch bad token the Mo-
luce-iis from tie' Portuguese they introduced the cultivation of tbe clove
Into their own possessions, cut down
all the clove treef! of the Moluccas and
pronounced death on a iy one who
would plan; n single dove lmsli or
gather or sell n pound of the product.
Expedition* were soui from their other
eastern posse slous every year to cut
down any bushes thai 'i Ighl have accidentally stnrl .1 In t'i ��� Molucca Is
lands, This barbarous p dicy made the
Inlands a desert, for, deprived of their
forests, t'i" volcanic so.'Hwas washed
away, nud tho population starved or
was deported.
Illi.   f-'ulr   Mitrrr.
The rii iz.- filwnys h.ivc understood
the great arl of making $he punishment
f:'. the crime. Ai.in Of Joss, if ho of
fends, gets exactly hin deserts, Viceroy  SblJIU, V ll ' was nn:.ious to see the'
end nf tin- i.'e-:;vy rainfalls, was very
angry with the guardian joss of Canton, '.'.im r mained deai to all prayers
to bring about n Uttp? sunshine. A
Welyuen was dlgpalcbed to the temple with orders to uncover the roof
over the joss' head and let him have his
Nir share of the rain
I.incline.
She���I think we should be able to
live nicely on $8,000 1- year. lie-But
mj salary is only $2.<W0. She���I know
It, dear, bul my clothus come to $1,000
a year, and I have enough now to lasl
foi" the first twelve months.
Wenniin'ie   ..ove.
"Which of the two ,11 you think you
w!il love the longest, 1'elcr or Paul'."
���"J he one who will forget me Hit
finlelsest"���Pavlg Fljfutro.
REAL
ESTATE
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Owing to the many changes that have taken
place in real estate during the past few weeks,
we find it necessary to entirely revise our list.
Within the next few days, announcements
will be made in this space, of many very
special bargains we will be enabled to offer
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REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone   333
Front Street
Telephone ^333 fi
1907.
..* -��;
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
���",   CANADIAN    HOME-
0 oefiL������ ATIONS.
. aion l*-4�� Within British ivrtuifc-
|,e homesteaded by any per-
he , ,ie head of a family.
- ;. cars of   age, to
irter   section of
NOTICE.
Noti      is h sreb;   gi\ ���:���  thai  thirty
.   ��� we intend to apply to   Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on  Dominion  Latds in the Province
of British Columbia.
..i'.'.'.S
the  Hon. the Chief Commissioner o!
Tenders for License t^ Cut Timber on Lands   and   Works  tor permission  to
Domnjon Lands in the Pre. nee of ���'                     awa;   the Umber from
British Columbia.          ���    ^, the following   lescribed lands, situate
'���                  -. In '���'���-��������� Kitsumgallum valley:
SEALED     -��� Claim N'o, 10���Cojjgienclng al ik-s:
Commissioner          ..                        _ planted  s   ,,   ^:.h.    ..g^.  20 miles
Department 5r ��. .   "P from the mouth of North PoTk. ^'{  Bwth No B21*" wUI be recetT6d ;,t iWs
���_. I the KitHiimo-nii,.^, .!���__,     , t��i.  I T^aK��W__nent until 12 o'clock noon on
ed on the envel pe Te&o "v'wumgauum river   above    Kit-   Depao_ew^. ��t^ .�� , ,   ,-,4. ...     ���
ber Berth No   '19'    ���" ' isumgallum   lake,  thence   running   al j Wednesday, the J4th Jay of July, 1907,
''enftpllows:   40  chialns  west.   SO    chains   for a license to cut timber on berth
.:._ht..   chains and south a sh
to point  ol i immem ement
.". Commencing a! i posl .-<���: doee
to No. i stake-, then wes- eighty
chains, south eight] chaina, e.i-t eighty chaina and north eighty chains to
;vint  of commencement
J. P. THOMPSON.
New Westminster, B, C, SOth May,
1307.
the envelope  "Tender  for Timber" ~~ " "
Se..:,''. Tenders addressed to the
Commissioner of Dominion Lands, De-
��� artment of the Interior, and marked
��^51
noon on Wednesday, th<   Uth day of'4'1  chains east,  80  chains  south.  40
J"1:-'- 1907, .. timber  cha;'ns west 4'< chains south to point
on  Berth  No   '   ��� ,. . ���   lanrU ot commencement
s""'" ������ 'hi   !    ....... ,; British Col-     t'htim Xo. 41.���Commencing at post
umbia '' west side of Chehalis j Planted at the head of Kitsumgallum
Lake and desi rlbed us follows:
'  Berth   No.  ;" ���   , imprislng
the Province of British' ColuniWa, lo
the Bast of Chehalis Creek and Lake
and comprising ."> blocks, described ;,s
follows:
Block 1.���Comprising that portion Department of the Interior, and mark
lake on wc..-. bank about 20 ehains outside Timber Berth No. 44, Block 1. ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim
south of the mouth of Kitsumgallum  snd Timber Berth 2b4 Block 1, of Sec-  her Berth No. 523." will b
tlelll   23,
of   the
.ner   urouiu ue .  northV 40 chains 64st, 40 chains north,   No. 521, comprising lands Bltuate i
more
...    .    ade personally at
|and   ���,:...    ,r the district iu
land :   sit late.
iegte   ; : ii required to per-
, onnected there-
,. following plans:
x months* residence   tnose sing lands jmer wnere u entei    lake, thence 40
mof   the land in   whl the west of Chehalls Lake r**1"  we8t'  160 cnalna    BOuth'    40
ear8 and I,   .- Tim ���    B�� ��Block  chalna easl M ,re  ir less to the shore,
along shore to poinl of oom-      Block 2.���Bounded on the west by
Chehalis Creek, on the east by Timber
and tic     c!a m Nl>- 12.���Commencing at post   Berth 298 Block Land the east bound-
north-i g,    ,.,., 34  gee. ed  about 20 chains south of the   ary  of same produced    northerly to
I  Sections '  ""s:  ":" T- L   Nl   7941, thence   Timber  Berth 298    Block 2;    on the
i" ehains west,  160 chains south, 40   north  b>   Timber Berth 264  Block 2,
chains east, 160 chains north to point
ommencement.
1      ee N'o. I      Commencing at post
i at the north west corner of
Tenders for License to Cut Timber Ori
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British  Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner    of    Dominion    l_ands.
Township t. Range 30, West  at  this  Department    until 13
6th Meridian,   containing an  noon on  Wednesday, the Slal
area of 387 ae-:
more or 1<
mother, It the   J'  n s'   '   ,:" -������  the north
the homestead-   ha
.0. In the vicinity
I 1 for,   the   require-
. e may be Batlsfle I
resl ling   with  the
2, thi ...          ���  thenorth
iua r Section 10   Section 11,
'!:'    - '   S'              12,  the   - IU ':
���v"-' -i ia ���      of Sec   ml I.    and thi
bas his perman-
f i .arming land own-
.   .; Inity of his home-    ' 'I    Section  15
received
o'clock
day ot
July, 1907, for a license ;���> cul timher
on Berth No, 523, comprising lands
situate in the Province eif British Columbia, and described aa follows:
Timber   Berth  No.  523,  comprising
the-  north-east  quarter of  Sec::.en   15,
an 1   that   portion   of     the   north-west
and 29S Block 2; and on thesouth by  quarter 'if Section 11 nol covered b)
Timber Berth 254 Ble,;. 1. contatning Timber Berth 171  (being approxlma
hi 1:1
In
dents   as  to res:-   Townshli  6,   all In Range 1, Wesl of   loi ition No. 12, thence 10 chains west,
���
���ni
Red    by residence   "���'' ~"!l Meridian, containing an area
if 1,310  1 res, m ire or less.
��� i within
he n itii >'
��� ��� In writing should       The   11   I 1 musl be survi
t0i ���       >::,:nissloner of Do- one year aftei   the date   if
Ottawa of intention awarding the berth.
: :      enl The regulations un Ier    n hich a II-
inds 1        ���   mi chased at $H'   cen -���    .. |]
iSSUI   :
als
���__l,
pr
e   and $20 for an-   forms of te :. Iei and enveloj ������. may be
N'ol   ��� ire than   320 acres: obtained al this Departmenl or at the
\\ ��� one individual or    iffl   ��� of   ie.- Crown Timbi r Agent at
,  at the rate of ten   \ew Westminster, B. C
-      ' Pounds shall be       Ea ���   . ... ,. , . lccompanied
ISS output
an area of 72." acres, more or less,
Block 3.���Commencing at the south
east   corner   of   Timber   Berth   nos
south, 10 ciiains eas-. 160  Block 2,thence north-easterly at righi
ciiains  north  to  point  of com:'.'., nce-   angles tei the   easterly  boundary    of
ment said Berth 29S Block 2. 2 miles; thence
Claim Xo.  14.���Commencing at post   north-westerly at right angles to last
inted at  the  north  west   corner of   course, 51 chains: thence south west-
location No. 43, thence 40 chains west,   ('r!>'- al  right  angles to last course. 2
;,,.,.!   160 chains south,   1"  chains east,  160   miles te. easterly    boundarj    of    said
Berth 29S Block 2; ihence south-easterly along said boundary to place of
beginning, excluding therefrom any
portion of Timber Berth 30S, which
might fall within the same, containing
an area eif S64 acres, more or less.
i'.th   tick
'   301   will   bi
ders   fi
chains  north  t 1  p iinl   of commencement.
Claim No. 45.���Commencing at the
north west corner eet location No. 44.
thence 40 chains west, 160 chains
south. 40 chains east, 160 chains north
to point of commencement.
Claim No. 46.���Post planted at the
���
an accepte i che 1 . ���   in a chartered
'.V.W.CORY, ���  .   ���; favo the Deputy of   the
M nister of tiie In    Ministei   of the Interior, for the am-
r;,: :r of the bonus which the a  plieant   north west corner of location No. 42.
Unauthorized   publication of   I     irepared to pay for a license thence  SO  chains wes-.    120    chains
wiil not be paid       The highest or an.v tender not u<       ,;- '" '^i-- east, 50 chains south.
I 40   chains  east.   40   chain-   south     to
tely the north 36 chains)    In Town
ship 5,  Range 27, West of   the
.Meridian, containing an   area  0
acres, more or less,
The berth must be surveyed within
one year after tht> elite of the notice
awarding the berth.
Tho r -tal.itions un ler which a li-
e-eus.- will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Departmenl eu- at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at   ,n8 declines te. enter inte. a ,
\eu   Westminster. B. C. *"'   f'lils   t(>  complete     the.   WO
Each ten,iei- must be accompanied traded tor, and each cheque
by an accepted cheque on a chartered returned Immedlatelj In case
bank in  favour of the Deputy of th
TENDERS    FOR    DERRICK.     SC.HS.
BOILER   AND   ENGINE.
TENDERS addressed to thi
signed ..t Ottawa, and marked or. the
envelope "Tenders for Scow, Steam
Engine, Boiler m\2 Derrick tor 1
service, British Columbia, or tender
tor bcom alone." will be recetved ap
to the
80th DAY  OF JULY, 1901
for   supplying   and  delivering   at   Victoria, a  wooden  bcovi   and  the>  erec-
���ion on hoard of a steel dot-.-.. .. wtl 1
*��� ���*'���*-*----
hoisting engine, boiler and Qthe.�� jc^_
cessories according to tpeclfio&tioh;
..'.so for supplying aad delivering it
Victoria where directed, a double .\\
Under tandem hoisting engine, winch
to have four hoisting drums ant two
winch heads, an upright Steel tu ml ir
steam boiler ot 30 horse power capacity, ami  a  structural steel derrick.
Specifications of the machinery and
plans of the derrick can be obtained
at the Department hen", at the agen
e'.\ of this Department, Victor..1 at
the Customs House. Y.incoa . e/. ral
the Customs House, New Westmtn
ster, B  C.
Tenderers musl   furnish    plana   ot
the-   boilers   an.l   e'llgines   offered,   and
state the earliest possible Ome In
which thej will agree to make the
deliver;.
Separate tenders for the- thn
\ i/... engine,  boiler  and  dei t ck
received,   and    Bepara 6   ten-
the scow or tenders  for all
together,
An accepted cheque <m s chartered
Canadian bank equal to Ipe; Of the
whole amount of the tender must accompany each tender, The cheque
accompanying the tender accepted
will  be   forfeited   if the  party  tend.-r-
nl: ict
COB-
ssa: i ���   acce] te I
No ���   , 11        telegraph will    ���  en-   " ,1"   "���  commencement.
Land registry act.
ertaine !
PER
i XOTICE that application h
I . isti r Florence Mary
..iner in Fee Simp!.
Tm S  ������ Deed from The Cor-
1 of the Dis;:; :| of Bitrti ih;    to
}   ���. ;:. bearing date the
ol March, A. D.. 1902, of all
|: ial   certain   parcel   or
land and   premises    situate,
I I ��� be District of New
the Province of Bri-
.1-:V C.   KEYES,
Secretary.
l leparl ment of the Interior,
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominior^Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
I
... i.e     particulaiij
d as subdlvisl ms
21 1 ivision "A" of lot 29
if you are herebj n ���
-  -    the   claims  of  the
thin   fort; -five  da; -
ila    of th    firsl  publication
ei wise 1 shall regls-
Eveleigh as owner
And  1  hereby direct
m ol thl   notice for thir-
;n a new spaper publish-
ninster will be good
  Ice thereof.
���   Land Registry Office,
���   . Province of British
: day of April, A  D.,
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe-
, I Commissioner    of   Dominion    Lands,
Department of the Interior, and mark-
e I on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth N '. 518," will I e received
at this   Department until   12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the 24th day of
duly, 1907, for a license to cut timber
e.n   Bi rth  No,   51S,  comprising    lamls
1 te In the Province of British Colun  la ��� . the ws:  ol Cln haiis Creels
.   ������ 1 as follows:
Tim     ' Berth  N'o. 51S,    1 nmprislng
���;.:,: ],;������! 11, ol Section -���' 1 lng north
of Timber Berth 2S0 aud that portion
of Section  32   outside Timber  Berth
264 and Baid  Berth 2S0, In Township
!. Range 30, Wesl of the Oth Meridian;
also the north halt an 1 the towh---. -:
quarter of Section 26, the north half
an ;   the  south-west   quarter   Section
-Si, the ��� asl hall Section 2-   th ��� north
half Section  32,    Sections 33,   11,  "���'-
Claim No.   I".���Post  planted at the
north west corner of location N'o. it.
thence 40 chains west. 160 chains
north. Pi chains east. 160 chains
south to point of commencement.
Claim N'o. 48.���Post plante.1 about
40 chains north of the* nortii west
corner of T. L. No, 701".. thence 160
chains west, 10 chains south, 160
chains east, more or less to river,
thence along river to point of commencement.
Claim  No.   If'.���Pest  ; lanted   al   the
nortii   west   corner    of    T.   L.  7943,
:' ence  L60 chains    west,     l'>    chains
south,   160   chains   east.     4')     chains
north to point of commencement.
i
Claim   No.   50.���Post   planteei   about
60 chains west of the nortii east corner of location N'o. 48, thence SO
cliains west. 80 chains north, mi ciiains
east, so chains south to point of commencement.
Claim No, 51.���Post planted at the
south west coiner of T. L. N'o. TOP'..
theme 160 chains west, 40 chains
north. 160 chai:;- east. 40 chains
south to point of commencement.
Claim No. 52.���Post planteei about
oe 1 hains wes- of the south east corner of T. L. N'o, 7943, thence 160
chains west, 10 chains south. 160
chains e ist,   10 chains north to poin!
Block 4.���Commencing at a point Minister of the Interior, for the- anion the- easterly boundary of Timber
Berth 302 Block 1, .". chains southeasterly from the north-east corner
thereof; thence south-easterlj along
said easterly boundary SO chains.more
or less, to the   angle   ln   saiel   east   tertained,
boundary of Timber Berth 302; thence PERLEY o. KEYES,
north-easterly, at  right angles to last Secretary.
course following the boundary of saiel Departmenl of the fnterlor,
nun; of the bonus which the applicant
is prepared to pay for a license
The highest or anj tender not necessarily accepted
No ten ler       tries aph v. ill be en-
Berth. 302, 40 chains; thence northwesterly paralled to first course Sei
chains, more or less, to correspond
with length of tirst course; thence
south-westerly parallel to second
course 40 chains, to poin' of commencement, containing an area 0
acres, more or les.
Block 5.���Commencing al a point on
the easterly shore of Chehalis Lake.
50 chains southerly from northerly
end of said lake; thence southerly
aieuiL; said easterlj  shore of lake, l"-
Ottawa. May 30th,  1007
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
acceptance ot a tender.
The' Department eieees nol bind itself te> accept the lowest or anj tender.
Newspapers luserttng ihis advertisement witheiiit authority from the
Department wlll not be paid.
F.  QOURD1ATJ,
Deputy  Minister of  Marine and
Fisheries
Ottawa. Canada, "Sth May. 1007.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast  Line
Service.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register Francis C.
SfOJHonour as the owner in fee simple.
under a lax Bale deed trom the- Major
ami Treasurer of the- City of New
Westminster, to Francis C, Honour,
bearing .'.ate- the- 2nd da? of October,j
A. iv 1903, of all and singular that'1 :|:" u "
certain   parcel or tract  of    land  and
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast  Line Servce.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notice).
Si earner.
Princess Beatrice
l.i
miles In direct distance, with a depth premises situate, lying and being ln
Of 67 cliains on said east shore, nieas- lhe City of New Westminster, in the
nice! at right angles to the general!Province of British Columbia, more
bearing of said easterly shore of lake particular^ known and described as
within ihe- block, containing an nren Subdivisions 17, IS, t9, of Lol 8, sub-
of 1,340 acres, more or less. urban   block  9.
The berth mus'   be surveyed with
In one year after the elate of the no-' ����ntes1
taves V
ini
. er.
Julj li
11 p
III.
iul.i   L2,
II   ;e
111.
lull   19,
11 p
111.
July  till
11 i
.  111.
\ug.   'J.
1;    ���
III.
Aug.   9,
11   1
111.
\m;.    ll'.
11
1 111.
.Aug. 2
1, 11
��� III.
\ic..    10
11
1 III
C.   P.   KEITH,
ids:;id Registrar,
ne, lisp.
an i those portions of Sectio-' < 2,i un
36 outside Timber Berths 2S0, 261 anu q{ comraencement.
272, in Township I, Range I, Wesl of ,.,���.,,,,,  Ma.. :;,  \;m-
the 7 h Meridian; also Sections 3,  I, i,��� :l,lirs:
... the north half and south-east quar- WILLIAM MOODi
1,.   g . ��� |on 6, Sections
- served with this notice,   I il   und th     outh-wi
the north
nuart.i r Sec-
I Ing through or under   tion 9, the south-easl c.uaiieu' Section
, ions  claiming any   10, thi  - ml 1 hall Section 10, the south
FRANK   VANDALL.
Agent, lb VANDALL.
half and the north-wesl  quarter S ���;���-
the 11 irth half and south-, asl
ti in
������}   land  by virtue  of
"1  Instrument, and all
any   interesi  in  the
-    di ��� ent, whose title  is
��� red   under the  provisions
"ind Registry Act," shall be
ped  ;.u |  debarred  from   wesl of   Timbi 1  Berths
claim to or in respect   In T iwnshlp
:   land so  sold   for   taxes   Us
"Land Registry Act."
NOTICE.
NOTICE is    here ij
, se. Ii n Is. th<' south half and  days after date, we Intend to applyto
north.west quarter Section    19,   and | the Hon.     Chief    Commissioner    ol
those portl '   Sections 1, 2.   the
,.. ���   .,.,'������ Section  11, and  Section  12,
y: and 302,
Wesl of the
ilso   Section   12, the
li;,;.- section 24, and the south-
year
th e awarding the berth,
The regulations under which a license will be Issued, also printed
orms of tender and envelope-, may be
lalned al this Department or at the
ci lice of the crown Timber Agent at
N'ew  Wesl min.-; i'i'. B.  C.
Each tender mast be accompanied
bj an accepted cheque een a chartered
bank in favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the amount of   the bonus which the appll-
:���: Is prepared to pay tor a license.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained. The highest or any tender
....:  necessarily accepted.
PERLEY G. KEYES.
Secretary.
given thai 30  ''��� I artmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa. April 24th, 1907.
You and each of you are required to
the claim Of the Im purchaser within forty-five .lays from the
date or the first publication of this
notice, otherwise I shall register
Francis C. Honour as owner thereof
i-i fee. And 1 direct that publication
iif this notice In a dally newspaper
published in N'ew Westminster tor
thirl, days shall be good and sufficient  service hereof.
Dated al  the Lan l  Registrj  Offlce,
New  Westminster,  Province of  Brit-   Friday at 7 a.m., and
Ish Columbia, this 10th day of March.   '"'"
A. D. 10H7.
C. S.   KEITH,
District Registrar,
Princess Beatrice,
Princess May ....
Princess Beatrice.
Princess   May. . . .
Princess Beatrice
Princess May ...
Princess Beatrice
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROl   '..
S.S. Princess Victoria loa\ 11 Va icou
ver,  1  p.m. dully.
Leaves Victoria daily at  1 a.m
VICiORIA-SEATTLE  H' HJ l'K.
PRINCESS BEATRICE,
Leaves Victoria daily BXCOpI   M ei lay
at  s;::i).
VICTORIA       NEW      WESTM IMSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.   Rithet
Leaves   Vli toria   on   Tuei la,    and
Lamls and Works for a special
IP ence to cul -en i carry away I ra-
ber from the following described
lands, Bltu ited In the coast  district:
NOTICE.
Take notice that, thirty days atfei
dale I Intend to make- application to
NOTICE.
f.l,
1
Range 2, Wes
c intalnlng an
tice that    thirty days after   more or les
"I to  make-  application  lei
Commissioner of Lands an 1
!:' ense to cut and carr:
r from the following cl -
easl
east  quarter Section  25,
l 0f   the 7th Meridian,
,    of   13,025   acres,
The berth musl be surveye
. .,(-..,,- 'Me date  of the notice
one year anei uu   u��>
iwardlng the' berth.
The regulations under which a 11-
eMe will    be   Issued,   also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
"enclng at a post pi nt-   obtalned Ht this Departmenl or at the
' side of   Twenty-Five   offlce (���- the crown Timber Agent at
��� ;""l marked .lames Sharpe,   x,.w Westminster, B. C.
thence  10 chains west;   '   ,,...,. tender must  be accompanied|
ith 50 chains- thon^o cat- Rn I . . ....1 ,.!,,.���.���. ...1 11 chartered
Beginning al       post   planted  bead  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
of small hue  south Bide ot Broughton Worka tor a license to cut and carry
; ..���      , :,,  island about one mile easl of Booker' ...vay tin.ber trom the following des-
|l,agoon, thence north  10 chains, west  cribed  lands, situated  In New West-
,80 chains,  north  Si) chains, east    40  minster district,
chains, south    10    ciiains,    east    40     1.   Commencing al   a   post set   on
,ltv,in  chains', south    iO    chains,    east   4U the Bouth bank ot Cypress oreek aboul
'chains!   south  i" cliains,    west,    40 three and a half miles west from Sil-
chains to polnl of commencement.       | ver creek, thence north eighty ehains,
THE   M'LATJQHLIN   LUMBER   CO.,U��sl     ''ighty    chains,    south    eighty
LTD. chains, and west eighty    chnins    to
Vancouver, B. C, May 27, 1907.      .P01^ of commencement,
 _��� ,    2.   Commencing at a post set close
FORESHORE   LEASES. to   N'o.   I   stake,   Ihence   north,  elglltv
Notice is hereby given that. 60 drfys I chains,'   west    eighty   chains,   south
To ('.i; rgi   W. Jamteson, Esq.
All persons served with Ciis notice,
and thoss claiming through or under
ihem, ami all pers ma 1 laimlng any
Interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered inst rnment, and all
: ersons claiming anj interest in the
-aid land by descent, whose title i
not registered under the provisions ol
the "Land Registry Act." shall be
forever  estopped  anl   debarred from
on Wedne idaj   an I  Satu  lay
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROI   r E.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouvei dally al I:   > p.ra
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves Victoria at   11  p.m  on 1st,
7th, ami  i fii each moi
epiei;   leave 1 Vict	
Quai il no and r i
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTti.
Steamer Transfer
Leave     '������''    Westi
lay
and   Frid ���
Act."
Each tender
ns; ihence east 80   ,,.. ,U1 .,,.,.,,,,ied cheque on a
��� north 80 chains; thence   ,,;,���',. ,��� favour of the Deputy of the
ns, 1.1 point of commence-   M-njSt,,,. 0f the Interior, for th
of the bonus which the applicant,
tor a He"::"
I
ommenc'ng at
" mile south of Jan
1 ! poal; thence west i'i
' ''"' BOUth SO 1 hains; thence
!l 'Ins; thence north 80
ace v.es; id ciiains, to
mmencement.
JAMES SHARPS)!
ounl
a    .post   iB prepare 1 to ray
Tbe highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
No tender bj  teleg.   * will be on-
tertained. ,.rvr(,
PKKl.l-'.y O. KEiI-ls.
Secretary.
.liter date, I Intend to apply to the
lion. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works fora lease or the foreshore.
right for booming and milling par-
I po368, comprising the whole of a bay,
-i-.en the name of Independent Bay,
situated about two mile3 south of the1
eighty chains, anil  east  eighty  chains
"  point of commencement,
::. Commencing at a post set dose
to No. 1 stake, thence west eighty
chains, south forty chains, east mm
hundred and sixty cliains, north forty
Chains and west eighty chains to point
north end of C'csti island, on the east  of commencement,
bank of Kltlmat Arm, and about two)    1.   Commencing at a post set on the
miles south from Kildala Arm.
Located April Gth, 1907.
Department of the Interior,
WILL JAM   MOODY,   Locator.
FRANK VANDALL, Agent.
! ftarri
belt lln", distant about six
north of the north shore of
,n   lake,   th   .-���   west   eighty
,    north    eighty    chains,    eas'
Betting Up any claim to or  In  respect    .,, j ,,   ���,   wjill ;l,,;, M m
of  the  Bal 1  land  so  sn! 1   foi   taxes   1.    .   .  tti ,���
as   provided   by  the   "Land   Registry      Leaves 8tevestqn Mondaj    i';:
w, Ine ids laturday at
7 a. in.; Friday at i'< a. m, additional
trip  KaInrday  ,ri  p,  m.
UPPER   FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New  Westminster, 8  a. m.
1 lays  and   Ttiliys.
1 billlwack 7 a. m. tf.iesday,
fhursday and Satnrdavr calling at
landings between New 9'estmflhSeHW1
ml Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
8.  S. Tees
Leaves   Vancouver at   S   p.m.   -nl
ind  ICth  of each  month,  calling  at
Skidegate on flrst trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on  arrival  and
I departure  are  approximate.
For  reservations   and   ikfoi'lnatibn
call or address
ED. QOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
B. J. COYLE.
Asst. Gen. Past. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victor!*.   ���
FIRE ALARM  BOXES
Following Is de- '    ition and num
ber of the h.e a',,irm boxi ��� In the cltj
Asylum.
6���Rbyal Cltj  Mills,
7���i larnarvon an 1 Teni ti
s���Royal avenue an 1 Elghl n.
B���Fifth im nue ami Twelfth.
12���St.  Mari's Hospital.
l;i-Secoml ami Park Row.
1 I���-Columbia  and   Dufferin.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and  Sixth.
2-1��� ....rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  avenue  and  Fourth.
26���fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
22���Agnes and Sixth.
:',!���Scl:-ia!-..'  Machine Works.
:;.'.���Columbia ami McKenzie.
36���-C.P.R.  Station.
42���Small and Auckland  Mills.
��� '.. --tt ... .iorft- "��i
THE  DAiLt  NEWS
"iSt't fi
_��_eu<*u
mmatWMa "riJUtf-
SPECIALS
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS  FRUITS ~ Raspberries,
Cherries,   PeacLes,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE,  in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
GOOD BUSINESS OPENING
A quarter or a half interest for
sale in a flourishing Sawmill business. Only ill-health would make
a man retire from such a profitable business. About $3000 cash
required. This is a cinch. Come
and learn full particulars.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr, Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
Off ICE i FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
SUMMER   IS   HERE !
Keep out those Bluebottles
Fool those Mosquitos
by fixing up our
Screen Doors and
Screen  Windows ,
BRYSOIN & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
VT Agents for   "KLEENO" "E*
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I Electric Railway Service f
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
Btatlons will run everj half-
hour from 5:50 a. in. to 11:20
p. ni.
City Limits Line���Service from
fl: 15 a. in. to l i  il m.
20 Minute Service���No transfer,
Between 12 anil 2 and 6 and 7,
30 Minute Service���During remainder of day. Transfer ai
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly  be- ���
tween 8 a.m. and 11 p.m.        *
Sapperton Line. T
15  Minute Service from  6.25 a. ���
in   to 11  p.m., excepl  between *
12 and 2, and 5 and  T, during J
which hours the service will be ���
half-hourly, *
Sunday Service   nairnourly be-  ���
UP* n 8.80 a.m. and  11  p.m. 1
*
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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HANDLING A TIGER
Hon.   a   Turkoman   Sululwd   M   Snarl,
ing;.   Anicrj-   Mmm   h'.atrr.
"In n cage near the room In which I
lived while in Khiva," snys Langdon
Warner in the Century Magazine,
"wii* a tiger from the Oxub swamps.
He bed taken a dislike to ine, and
every time 1 passed bis ease be gut
ijj- and paced angrily toward me.
snarling.
"Into tbe cage nf this beast, nt tbe
command of tbe prince, a Turkoman
stepped. arn_��sl with a short stick as
big round as bis wrist. With this
stick be struck tbe tiger's nose as be
made for blm, and then, with palms
out and eyes fixed, be walked slowly
up to tho shrinking beast and stroked
bis face and flank.
'"Ilie tiger snarled and took the
man's band in bis open mouth. I held
my breath and looked for the bleeding stump to fall away; but, keeping
that band perfectly still, with the
other be tickled tbe tiger's Jowl and
scratched bis ear till with a yawn and
a pleased snarl tbe big cat rolled
over un bis back to bave bis belly
sei ate-lieil.
"The man then sank to bis knees,
always keeping bis bands in motion
over tbe glossy fur, and with bis foot
dre"- toward him a collar attached tt
�� chain. This be snapped round the
beast's neck aud, rising to his feet,
laid bold of tbe chain and dragged the
tiger out.
"This was only tbe second time that
tbe cage bad been entered. As soon
as tiie tiger was outside be espied tbe
watching party anil started for tbem.
but came up short on tbe collar. If be
had chosen to use bis weight and
strength no four of them could have
held bis tether, but ns it was the
Turkoman found little difficulty with
him and held bim, snarling, while a
camera was snapped."
THURSDAY
JULy ,
I a
V! We have just opened up a nice
.���: line  of   ALUMINUM   GOODS,
Off TO THE CAMP
HERE are some camp requisites which von ill
do well to take with you on your summer
ing.   Note these prices :
GREY   CAMP   BLANKETS,     Special
su"i%|
including���
I
i
'i
I
! ������-
>;
Preserving Kettles
Tea Hetties
Rice Boilers
tic, Ele. |
.���:
These   goods    are    giving j��*
splendid    satisfaction,    and   we  >}
recommend   them. A
.���.
'���'
   A
S
Dnlrj   Pointer*.
Never mix milk of different temper
atures.
Too much churning will injure the
grain Of tbe butter.
Twice as much water Is needed by
cows which give milk as those not giving milk.
Cleanliness, proper feeding and care
ful attention are the chief requisites of
the dairy business.
This is tbe time of year ta weed out
tbe unprofitable cows anil give your
best stock the care tbey deserve,
It will pay to keep a record of every
cow you own, tbe amount of milk sb��
gives, tbe date of ber birth, calves, etc
I ANDERSON
I & LUSBY
ft
:���'
ft
J
>:
Ahnorlifnit  PimiT��  of Milk.
In nu experiment made to determine
the absorptive powers of milk there
was inclosed in jars a portion of milk.
find In different Jars, but not in connection, different Ktilistanccs. giving
off flavors. At tbe end of eight hours
r portion of the mill; was drawn from
near tbe bottom on each jar by means
of a pipette, so as not to disturb an.v
part of the milk. In every one of fifteen trials tbe mill: bad absorbed tbe
flavor to stub an extent that it bad
penetrated the very lowest stratum.
"The construction nf lhe Panama
canal will be of boucdless benefit to
every gulf state and to none of them
more than Florida," s.:id .). E. Stillman. co] loot nr of customs at Fen.sa-
cola. Ma. 'in anticipation of thc
time when (his canal shall be completed conditions have taken on a
boom.'"' he continued, "and in all (ho
gulf cities building construction is.
being carried on energetically, land
values are increasing, and industries
of all kinds an- thriving. Pensacola
j.- enjoying an i -,-.\ eu" prosperity, and
her export trade is increasing at. v.
wonderful rate."���Washington I'o.-!..
IT'S   THE
LITTLE THINGS
lhat, luTgolicn, make life
miserable when camping
LIME JUICE for the thirsty
LEMONADE
TOOTH POWDER for
cleanliness
SOAP for  cleanliness
SPIRIT KETTLES for
speedily making hot water
HAIR BRUSHES
POCKET   CORKSCREWS
Etc.,  Etc.
To those who cannot swim���Our
Water Wings will support a
person weighing 250 lbs. as easily as
a boy of 50 lbs. lly the use of them
you can get twice as much fun out
of your morning dip.
See Our Window For Camping
Requisites
T. A. MUIR
THE MGIST
Columbia Sf.
KEEP YOUR
VALUABLE
PAPERS
!.\   A
Safe Deposit
  BOX	
I.\ THE
Fire - Proof Vaults
OP
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT COT, Ltd.
Paid up Capital, SIOO, 000
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
if Real estate agreements of
sale purchased on short notice
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., ltd.
BLACKIE BLOCK
F, J. HART,
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a Jot of lovely things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding drifts.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
��� rflce 'Phone 18fi.       Barn  fnone 137
Columbia (tt.
Baggage delivered    promptly  to unj-
part of the city.
j Light and Heavy Hauliw
Office���Tram Depot
weights, - per pair $2.75 $3.25 /0J
CAMP BED  PILLOWS,   filled with finefltA
filling,   -.- "1
CAMP CUSHIONS,   covered with Japanese coM
crepon, - - - <0cA J/,J
BATH   TOWELS,   Special   camp   sizes, jn
weights, Each IOc or 3 for 25c; 15c, 20c toSfkl
BA THING SUITS for  Wcmen and Children.
CAMP HA TS  for Boys and Girls.
LUSTRE FOR  BATHING SUITS,  per yd 25cto7i(\
_
turn
W.S. COLLISTER &C
o.
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
>>>>>>>>>>>^c*>>>>xo>>>;.eec
A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE!
"Quality and  Price"
When you pet supplies for the pantry you want thi
fresh.     Then when you want pood
TEA   AND   COFFEE
why don't you call on the man who makes a specialty
uf them, and pet value for your money'.'
EM���**.. J�� T P       fife St.. nexl lo Columbian office
Cdmonds I ea to. ph0ne 309
CARR'S BISCUITS
in half-pound packages
25c per lb.
New Stock Patterns
- OF -
DINiRWARE
JUST OPENED
 AT	
-AT
Adams & Deans
8 U Ll E T I N eMMiiiin'ii%
Great Northern Railway
M7.40   Spokane   and   return.       Account
Baptist Young People's Jnion.   Tickets on sale
July 2 and 8, return limit July 10.
Fare and One-third for round trip to local
points in Washington on account of Fourth of July.
Tickets on sale July,': and 4, return limit July 6.
$5.55 Seattle and return. Account Twenty-
third International Christian Endeavor Convention.
Tickets on sale July S and 9, return limit July 22.
Low round trip rates to all Eastern
points. Tickets on sale July 8, 4 and 6-, Aug.
s, I) and Id; Sept. 11, 12 and 13; return limit na
days. St.Paul$60, Chicago $71.50, St.Louis $67.60,
Winnipeg $(.(., New 5fork $107.60.
For rates to other points and all information,
call on or address
P. C. MEYERS, Agent
Banlc of Commerce Bldp.
Telephone 194

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