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REAL TSTATE
[ohunbii S
&Co
Phone 85
rQLl , :  :. NTJMBEK 160
RAND
V'   ������   WESTMINST] .:. B. C, sATl RDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1907,
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
10 CENTS PEK WEEK
CELEBRATION
SHIRTS IN
WINNING FORM
BOURKE   ~    WEARERS OF YELLOW    LOGGING HGURES       NANAIMO HITTfRS
MJffi PLIGHT WELCOMED IN CITY    <m mm m     ?m m um
pjsa .     tr ent Awaits Heavyweight on Police Force
Lc01 Aggregation        -ashes   .Through Earth's
liis Afternoon. Ci si
>k
Grandest   Gathering   of Oranpemen   Ever   Seen   In   New Month of June Not Record
Westminster    Ideal Weather For Celebration
Visitors Charmed With Reception.
tor S
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10 1 ��� ���    ���    -      I .:.-���    '
���       :,    disa       ar-
Lhe  local  ���. ;. .    >  .
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ns, it will si       <
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ever.       .-'���   ���
��� ���     ���    .:.- up will na
f-1"-   ��� Bom<   ��� sti
I ���'���:��� to an on 1  ���
ne, 1
n :.  sporting  i
me ol the mati
���
.........    es at ii
r I be unable to ow-
:..   Alex. Turn   i
��� -   foi  Bom.   I mi   while
f
rt   ot tl ���   - ase 11
thi   game     All the
���' ers  wil    Figure
1 w bo  has   played     a
already    1 his
In nami sakt    Uex.'
Warwick, a , om-
'' ite, will fill the vncan-
BTyson's     alsei
eeedj    ii' glni
rigure on the line -
bis first i     ���      ace
���..   this   -    -   i
- 11  has :.     e in all
��� ��� -.   then
, we ability. Jimmy
"��� ri I  a slight  injury
Tm .-(lav.   is  now  as
'   Will   !-  ;;���   his    IJ    ll
I li rence.
, nt  in evi:    aval
[ ���   'ns    during    the
X In fim   shape, and
' to trim ilu- Vani o ivers
n's game.    The V m-
-������ ��� y i -\ . '��� ���  i <.
���'   b   Will   Ul!,! i-j   ���  dl.
��� ne.
���  ���   -
��� ��� ��� ... -
��� '        ��� g in      th.   i     ������   ���.
e for him. Sti
p vest e
���' e planted 1
extremely square
...        -   ���. ��� ��� .
.    bii .    .
Slov       he groui
��� ' -���   ��� eft
: ���                                    happe
.   -    :���������        B
���
ty, bul er had
tbe re 3 days, he i
stre om
���������::���
-    ��� ���- '   tl His
-   :   ' ttom, an
'    ���      ght slip throug]
��� -   '   '      ��� ��� ��� ���    Bourki    raisi     bi.
'      Ce   I ���   ,    fOl    lee I]
Th*  migl ���       >ai   thai   ��� ���- .
������ ���   soil   and
linj      iderneath    gave
bas...  was about   : ���
Hour) e wai        .. soi   r   pri
"' hi   called b i hi Ip, hia  i   .-
jar bis supp< rts from their fraj
��� !..   n maine I then
st even   ..    -  - i]    :  ���
Ke- .        ��� e office
of Orangi rrw :���. ���irony of rati
ed alons i        i ���   bi '
i'i icks and ta. i   basti   ed 1
cue.    When finally  rescued
, ludicrous predicament,
marched away, stepping as lightly as
possil ��� be   reached   Ci
rheiv     run lati ms are sure i
������  ���      .   ,'rhich   Bourke   fe
. .    ��� :   :e     ���   .,   ibande ni
m hich  bad  i', ��� n Iniiiro] erlj
..ii i which ool     -��� ,i w lie n
[ Bourke's  w< Ight  was   i    i   '
���  ap] ears lo      abou
Breaker   - Lumber and
Shingle Orders Slow.
Local Baseball Team Secured
Easy Victory Ovei- Coal
Citv Men.
i
nine le          : .   - i eposi d I        i
iul   ti i he   river.     A   bloi kadi
erecti d i um ;        Immediate I.
I' iui ke his p isition as Bl
gap. /
LITRE BROWN SPY
CAUGHT RED HANDED
I
V|a  Underground   Route.
e .
I  ���  :
_i:""i .laj,
*" findii.
���
l:- hi i |,
U,,     ;,
���
12.'-: As a 'i sull
������ iti hin ���   ..    . ���,.  ,
the vicinitj o     e. le
Ij   th     morning
���    ers   T ittle    i nd
���   Japanese taki n Into
,e eel  Chinese    have
Ir way into this coun-
��� asing    numbers,
uddenly Increas-
���'��� panose coolie labor-
it) oritii -  bi gan an
Japanese Sketch Artist Had
Valuable Drawings In His
Possession When Caught.
f'es h
"
f
pWed th,
emj loj in, nt  agen-
b d nighl anl day
h  and   a   half and
���'; ms   qjovements  of
Angeles  bouses    at-
1 nbon of the officers.
1 ai-nlng a dusty looktag
,..."  ' to   lhe   employment
lultatl '    ���' Eew minutes con-
Bor |���'','    '   "-""' ''"'il  the Jap left
SpanSoT Thes   Bt< (1   :"   ;1
I":  |��� ���'   ni ise in the outskirts
four ���   "'  '  :"">   i"  n   few   minutes
,,��� ,!'"'    '      Bgled  .laps appeared
,.  ""' ni , ���.
[mittjif ' ' t,onln8 they all ad-
hour8 , ' ' arrlveJ ,ml a '"w
���".���I their bundles
Tin. ,���,./' !l1111 neen on the, road.
��tyan(, '" ' w'ie< brought tn this
ainlnay       '     '; ;'1'1 Pending m ex-
���MgratiJ '' l,eved ''>' the in|-
'.;,, | ,    tic|als that thi., UvAi-w od
it one of a chain of
I:,,,,, jje'    ���"  underground    railway
I
Nrw V'orl . i i'o 1-. 'e'1"' Woi Id t"-
dny i rints Ibis version of the arre
Of ::    ���     :i'   ���   al   San   Dii  Cal��� on
il,,, cb he  v. i   dn  ���
fortifi, ��� Fort Rosi i cans:
"The   Intrude i   was   caughl   In   lh
verj   act ��� ih'ng    the i mpla   ������
ments  el I Inch ;:i;:i'   ��� ;':''
Wllkerson, ni I co] le: of | lam be had
made ol Lhe I erpedo casi menl and I ���
electric mai I iery c mnectioii i and
keys controlling the mine field of Ban
Diego harbor were found In bis p".-;-
session. The plans ini lude i verj thin ���
which mighl be of use to a foreign
power in casi an attack wan made al
thai poini in the Pacific coast,
"According to a military sonic, he
even ha I ri cords of the sub-calibr ���
target practice made during the' present encampment of the Fifth regiment National guards and the regi 'S.
It is said thai this Japanese had be n
working  In secrel with the  rapanese
servants ai    i":'   ���vh" iiv" i:i
officers' homes, and that he bad In
his possession when arrested mc e
than three hundred photographs, giv-|
Ing all possible ;��� Itions .if the guns,
besides vie* and a panorama of the
harboi an I city."
si n     rted <e   bj
the li the largest
angi   .-< le i  held in Bi it-
esti
w Wes rhi sol
���eathi     w&t
ncei ned  i m   bei n bett<   .
ai: v. bii I ��� .'���   ���.
ess i and in ad*
this  i    the
tforts i        ���   -      ts  committee  was
for   tl        e '..'<     e     I
���    tnenl :
��� ���:.-.  i - .   -    ol   Orange-
;.       ! :  si eets .  id the
lock till after darli
-  ' "in all  lhe
lower mainli       lodges   bul adherents
F thi .     . .:.:.,
' , :   thi   sland.   Interesi
a    .,. ,��� ���  . ,,:,: bj  the p   -
1 nc<  in the cit   of a numbi r oi grand
cers, i   ������ ag �� bom �������� n O C,
McLa en of Vani   iver, R. \\   <;. M.j
K.   W     D,     M..   Caiet.
Gleorgi   McS      dei    Vancouver,  Fr. R.
W. D, M Bush  Missi in  R  W,
ib S    E  r  cii   ki. V ancouvt i   R, \\ .
G  treasurei     ^mong ihe members of
hi   right  wors grand lodge re-
��� this cil * ;., took part were
Rn * A. di I! Owi ,. R \\ Q C.; an.l
W   K  Dunlop, R   W    ie tun i
Although a numl*    i    visitoi a < ana
'    thi   , ?daj   iviuiing by
trains   an I     oats, the 4 row,}   did   m
pomnu in i     to   a i v<     until    Pridi ���
m iraing   ���������.   , n    .   till noon a sti adj
stw am t'i Orangt mi n and their friends
f b    way of thi   B
;  ,       i    ailwaj     According to ol
Ficia    igures obti    ed fro mthe B. C
co i .. ������'   to
le i     ��� ight to this city from
v-en, ouvi       esterd I am
��� i -ni:    on
' .   : ' IIS  V.    9   Of   C eUl S      ;e
tter i e, but It  wa - i
wtlvelj   , stlmati     ',':.���.  6, I
le too n thi    ��� el ration
��� main res    of    the    daj
i . i    s wen to transpire
Queen's park, and thither the Orangi ���
mi a wad. ii thi li �� aj soon after ��� me
, '\ lock,  followed  bj  thousands ol In
, - e, 1 Bjiei tatoi b The procession
formed on Columbia street, neai the
C, P b. depot at first, but before H
M \i,e reionible, ��� I dlrectoi ��� F
i en ��� ��� . : ' a . foi mi I, I In
.iie,   < xten led fi    i   Itj ill'      .   '
ie    Rn .   botl I,    Win- i   ;'
moved towards the park, ll
presi iite.l a in I e nil /ing scene, w Hi
ri ssnli.ti nd banners waiving In
the breeze,    ll was fully three quai
,,   a   '  ::    long,   and   contai n d
i irangi   n ��� I    in many Bei Lions ol the
district,
FVillowIng   '.     ih,- <nile'i'  in   which
tin, variou   oi: anisatlon i were placed
In  the  column:   Orange   Young  Bril
'i e, made  u       Inci laily of N'i'w Wesl
. ilnsti      ., : i    Vani. uver    m mbfit
e irangi   '....,���>    Britons' I and, Ml   I m
Cltj   band,  N i, i  dli trlcl   lodgi  .  In  ,
, ludlni     Mi)  , ni,   Abbotsford,   Mounl
1   bman    nnd     Vi     ilz       Vattcouvei ,
Lodge  Ni'.   IDOO, Vancouver Fife and
I ��rum    band,    Vancouver    Ebeui ������
i oiige N'o. 1589, Salvation Army ban I,
V incouvei  Lodge No, 1616, Vani ouvi
I odge N i. I-15, Vanoouver N, Claii
'
ntei   bj
going
v ays to
���outes
np bj tram.
The firsl to oci upj  thi    ; t<
I hi   i asl  audience was  thi    i peei het
-   ,     wi 'e delivere
stand,    A   largi had
bei i   erected,  and  on  this were  av-
ed several members oi thi  grand
lodgi   mi mbers oi I he counl    I idges
Aid. Johnston,  representing the city,
The   toi o   logs  on  the ��� i
of Bi ���     imbia for thi    Isci
endinf      i ���   80, was   336,848 662
according to ila- books or the govi raiment  ��� ao   o   scaling.   Tin  cut
for June alon*  ������������������'��� 39,189,946 feet, so
that  '  '  '��� I.���������    "    ': ���>���'���  a "ni.
a   ;'e   .       bri . ; ���      as   it   was     ���   ���   ���
il   We    1 e.
It ii es i imate   thai the enl Ire i
Briti>     ....... acluding thai
Dominion and inte    ���     i    ���   '���������;- :���������- ���
Thomas Gifford, M. P. r  and others.
! don: ai a total cul
A list of speakers had been drafted, ;-,,.   -i,,   entiri    erovinci   -:  67&,6St,324
or various reasons this was noi ,,
adhered to.   W. E. Dunlop, master of ,,.,  .   ,       : ..    ;..,,.    ,.    ,,
Westminstei County lodge   filled the in slowly ol   ,flK.   bu1  prjces reimain
position of chalmnan, and in his open- riirn ^ m.i]Ih; are bllsv cuttlng on old
ing remarks, expressed     -  n< ral wel oraers.  Seme of them are running dav
come especially on behalf   ,f his lodgi
to the grand lodgi   offici ��.   He was ,,   , .. ,,    shingles are also coming
���   pleased to have    the    gnand ln Biowiyi but thi  mills are behind in
"t'l'ioers  present    ���  ihe   largfest Ihli.   .   .   ;,nil are fii]ino    orders     it
ation eve,- held in  New West- ,);...,,    :;,,;, nl prices, according to the
minster, , ,,���   ;,, shingles were bought.    The
Mt,  Pnnie-ip then  called upoa Aid lowesi   ���   id   thai  shingles are ';��� ng
Johnston, to address  the   assemblage cut for is much below the market now.
halt ot the city. r< v.   shingles  havx   been  bought    at
Aid. Johnston's address ol  welomi present   prices, bul   when  they    are
was interesting tend alelv delivered. He wanted it is eai J the present i t i > ��� ?
st ted that in the absence of Msij-or be pi i
Ke"e<> and also Acting Mayor Shiles,]    The mills v.iii be kepi bnsj on oM
he    hail   been   asked    to     greet     the orders foi many weeks yet.  Prices are
o angemen, although he fell  that  he going up in the United State,-.   Th. 5
at  ihe>  le-ast  eajvahle of  the  seven .          seats a   thousand    lasi
members of the  council  board.    Hi> week. This help* British Columbia, for
was. however, pleased to welcomi   to j;  not onlj  enables ihe mills of this
the city such a splendid bodj of men, provinci   t.   sell more Bhingles in the
Hi had learned I i esteem thi  Orangi United States ln si ite of the 20 cents
order,  flrsl   because of his    father's ^ thousand  tariff, but  also prevents
connection  with it   and also for the tlio dumping ol American Bhingles   m
manner in which 11  was uplifting aivl
benefitting  mankind,    Hi   had heard
his father say, before hie-  death thai
the ritual oi the Orange ordei w is the
best that had eve;- been written,    Hi
had learned (something of th , ritual i
si.ice. although he \\..s not a member;
e>f the order, and  he belli ve 1 ii  was
the greate8i of all fraternal i   ganlza
nun rituals.   The speakei mtxi l i on
siderably   jicularltj   in   his   remarks
with splendid  effect.     He   ne';    onl;
welcomed the i )i ange.men to the cltj
bul   i:a\e>  theni   the  'i1' edom  of the
city as well, noi only 'ier the daj. bul
as much of the nin lit as thej cared I i
make use- of.    The people    of    Nev
thii     ta ���" t.
WISE MEN WORK TO
DEEINE BOUNDARY
Geodetic Surveyors Now Finishing Work Commenced
Nearly Fifty Years Ago.
, "' ���' of   the   L'       |        cl; e   the
daj v as e'n- ��� asi W tn , I. ' ��� ��� ween
the New Westminstei seniors and The
ers from Nanaimo, which resulted In a vlctorj Un ,���. a
bci :���. of 12 to 4. Owing to the lati
ni' -   in   getting   sta   ed   about   Hve
 k���the usual  nine Innings were
nol relayed, ii having bene agreed tip-
on  early  in  tie'   fane*' lhat   six   rounds
would be sui'ii, .
The remit >f tii., match was some-
thins of :- - bi to many people
who t ivi ������ ";< 'ale? which have
been wafted from the coal citj ol the
exceeding prowness oi 'he islanders.
The improved condition of the ,\. v.
Westminstei men was more than a
natch for the visiters, so much bo
that they had no ehanee to pull even
,' a ij stage of the match. The locate
never balled better In their lives, and
' t<xi miioh can not be said of the manner in which both outside and inside
I players fielded theii positions. Spinks
I ehind the mask produced a splendid
exhibition 'if catching. Very few balls
, went bj him and those ihai did slip
. way wert as a rule uiifmportant.
Curley" Lewis is a crack pitcher, as
is generally known, and his play
needs no comment. He succeeded in
sMiking out ten men, making a bet-
lei showing ie> three than Miller, who
pitched for the visitors. Bini tail
made a couple of sensational plays a<
first base, anei barbaree and .1. Lewis
maile long drives from the plate which
told well on 'he score card, men com -
ins  in  on  both  of them.
The visitors played  good  ball, bu.1
were entirely outclatoed by the locals.
Turner, behind the bat, did good work,
bul   Miller's  pitching was quite easy
ie,   ��as battel ver   th^    ��'Vei
���    thi   Nanalmo ''"..m, asa c in
.siderable grumbling strains, rulings,
aa (ti charact��ris ic 11 '-een. but as iiic
habits are ntH known i.i New Weal
minster no pe - n toofc him serlotfsl^
Smith, With ome i v l'";',vvs' ��a*e
objections to Dr. D tin rty's ^togs, but
tiie consi bsus of opinion was ''*-'" '''"
match was fairly umpired.
The sei   -   card s     ��ed thi   foi love -
Ottt v ���'.  July  12.��� The  woi It ��� I   d(
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Wallace Lodge, N Clarke Wallace
band, Eb ime Boyne Lodge No, 1872, i
lew Lodge, Mounl Pleasant.
Lodge No. 1842, Mounl Pleasant Fife
and Drum band, Vancouver Brittanla
Lodge, Vancouver Harmony Lodge No,
V2S, Harmony Fife and Drum band,
N'ew Westminster Lodge Nn. 1150, nnd
New Westminster Lydge 1593,
lng  ee sull   :
Wi'simiiisim  were proud to have the Hnlhg the International   muhdarj line                  New Westminster.
Orangemen with them, and he, as the from tie,, Rocky mountains to thi  Pa-                                              \\> r i;
epresentatlve  of  the   city,   was   tie- cific coa I will   i   compl ted In a few Lewis       :;
sirious eef welcoming thi   visitors in l,;,.VB- Stein         4
a manner fitting the dignity of Buch VV.  K. King, chief   astronon   1    ��� Hhclair 	
an Importanl organisation, Canada, and Otto H. Tlttmatin, super- Barbaree   	
The chairman then called on D, C, Intendenl   ol   Lhe coasl  emi G    Iel 1 \   Lewis  	
McLaren, grand master of the   grand survej   ol   the   United  Btates,   leave Splnks	
lodge,   who,  In   a   brief   speech,  es Ottawa  on  Monday    to inspect    the Gouchy	
pressed   his  thanks   for  the    heartj ��("!-    They will be joined In th   ivesl Canfield	
wel   ime  extended   by   the   city, aud hy Dr, c  11. Waicott, a form,     lln 1   !        	
.ilso  for the nttendattci   oi  bo manj tor of lhe  United  States    j-, oj.-
members of   ntbordlnata lodgi     Om Burvey, ami  now     ecrel  r;     ol    lln
lng ti his receni UlueBa, Mr, M Laren Smithsonian Institute al Wa hington.                           Nanaimo
did met prolon - hi ��� remarl Phese threi   gentli men  wen     i-.
\ft,';  ,1 selection  ;i",i ' ��� ��� a  rendi      pointed a 1 11        11 In  1892 toi :   Ith 	
,,il in the, Salvation  Vrmj banJ, lie. Burvaj  and  mark  by monuments, all Qraham	
V.deB. Owen, grand chaplain  was cai!    thi   boundarj  line from Lake 8 rim Gordon    	
.'.I    He dealt brleflj  with tho prhcl "   lhi  Pacific   ecean.' Sufvejws have \   Kerr	
|,|,'.s of tl ler,   '" 1  1    1 stroni een   il   -   I   oh   '"'tit   pari  wesl   ��� Little   	
plea for proteBtanl BUpj irl   if the'01     ' uminll  ���-'  the  n    kj   mountaius Miller	
der.    King William  was nol honored which is aow abolil completed, abou Turner	
by Orangemen solely foi   the vlctorj :|ii the monuments bavs been placed, Boyce	
achieved by liini ai the bailie  if the aud  tit" commissioners will havi   lo Winklnson	
Boyne, bul also for his Btanl in In* formally take dver the work oh be-                                           ���
tefrests of Oranglsm.   He hoped to see half of the two .government                                                              ..4   7
the Lime when Canada would give a1 The international Loundarj  llnew,^       Strucl                        10;  Miller, 7.
united protestanl  vote, ami when Bhe Firsl defined by the treatj ot 1846, b	
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would not  have to look  to  Rome for
liliginiis Instruction, biit rather w all 1
completely enjoy  freedom and religious liberty.
Mr. Allen, of SmiUi tirey, Ontario,
following the forty-ninth pai all    I    tn
the Rocky mountains to the ocean. 1
was surveyed by a joinl commission,
who worked fr un IS ifl I 1 1868,   The
survey then made  was by  no    inc.in -
delivered an interesting address, deal-   complete. Long stretches In themoom-
ing with the progress of the order inl tains were left wholl.. undefined.   The,
it.    8.        '"'.    '"    I  '
Dun  ms,   is
pending a few daj    I ��� '^ city, the
guest of his brother, Rev. 2. S. 1     -
.   ,n, (:asto, of St. Andrew's church.,
and were made yesterday of the number of people who waiJted ln the parade from the depot to the park. The
figure was placed at .".000 by the lightening calculator of the evening news*
paper. These guesses were all much
over the mark, as 909 people marched
in the parade by actual couni. Cowan I
Macsowan ticked off the passers en
an automatic counter as they entered
the park gate. The great bulk eel people who attended at the park did nol.
follow   {he procession,     but     wen li '
Canada. Ontario, lie stated, was the
cradle of Oranglsm in Canada, and although many Orangemen had come
out from the old province and had settled in the west, there waa still
enough stalwarts hack there to keen
the order thriving. He was sorry to
s.iy that the political parties of Canada had Btqoped to give privileges to
the Roman Catholics in this country,
and for that reason the Orange order
was as much needed Kul 1;, as at any
time in its history. "What organization  is there to speak  cul   for  pro-
pui'i'OM.' of the present operation; Is
to replace the ol 1 monuments, which
were s*ner.illy cairns of stones, by
more permanent ones, and to survey
the portions of tiie line over the':
mountains which were not touched by
the previous commission, and to place
marks wherever necessary,
���1 If the Orangemen do not,"
declared the speaker.   Continuing, he
1   out   that   Oranglsm   was the
on!.,   organized  body  that stands out
tt e. attuned   on  Page  Four.)
MORE  MILLS.
A   new   luni! 1 1    1 ompanj     to     he
known as the Merlll a. Ring Lumber
company, limited,    is  at  present be-
1 ing organized  to W irk    in    the New
i Westminster   district.    The company
will work tinder the British Columt>;u
lumber laws.   The situation chosen by
the company for their future logging
industry is at Theodosia arm, the most
northerly  point of  the Makupina  inlet, in \'     ,,istriet of New Westminster. The property In possessi >n of the
company consists of crown grants and
leases.   On this property it is proposed to start the construction of a log-
I ging railroad, which will be between
I five  and ten  miles  in length,    ll   is
expected that the company will start
I taking out. logs about   a year   from
aow. THE   DAILY  NEWS.
8 A
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JULY ���
STAMPED
LINENS
and Hats.
Also
etc.
Ladies Blous
Centres, Do
r Eylet and Shadow
Embroidery.
=THE==
WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia St.
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READ THIS
It May Be Just What You Are Looking For!
5 acres all cleared except one-half acre. IOO
fruit trees, assorted; all kinds of small fruits.
Good house, small barn. About 31-2 miles
from tram office. This is a lovely place and
will not be long on the market. Enquire about
this at once.
McLEOD, MARK &  CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists," tiew Westminster
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FIRE!
; Claim Settled in 4 Days f
Coquitlam, B. C.
* .Messrs. White, Shiles & Co.,
k New Westminster, B. C.
| Gentlemen -
l        Please accept thanks for check, dated JUNE 28,
I from the Connecticut Fire Insurance Co., settie-
* raer/t for loss in full, bv fire which destroyed my
> ^arn on JUNE 24.
I congratulate you upon representing' a company
��� which pays its claims so promptly, and with no
I trouble to the assured.    Yours truly,
(Signed)       D."  McLEAN.
���	
��� While, ShileS & Co., Fire Insurance M Real Estate Agents.
New   Westminster,   B. C.
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BRITISH FLEET MAY
i REFURN TO ESQUIMALT
.	
Rumors of Proposal to.'Again
Dock Warships on Pacific
Rife.
Victoria, July 12���"Humors of the
re-establishment or' admiralty control
of the Esquimau dockyard and naval
stal ion were active in Ixmdon this
summer and the reports were said to
have their origin in well Informed
sources."
Such was the statement of a citizen
ol' Victoria recently returned from a
visit to the old country, where he was
in touch wit.i various jfficials of tho
army  and navy.
Commenting on  the above,  he  remarked:     "The  Ornish  treaty     with
Japan provides that  in  the event of
| war  with   the   United    Suites,   Great.
Britain shall  remain  neutral,  but in
the  event   of hostilities   resulting  in
the entrance hy any continental power
I into  active  hostilities   with   the   em- j
! pire's eastern ally,  Great  Britain   is
l bound to maintain  a certain   ratio oi
strength for her army and navy with
! those of other world powers, and it is
not impossible thai the agreement was
definite  as  to   certain   naval  stat inns
being kept up to their full efficiency
in the event of certain complications.
"It. is  certain that   Esquimalt situated as it is, would be one of tbe latter. While it is impossible to conceive1
of Great Britain being arrayed against
the  United  States  for the sake of a
treaty with  an Oriental  nation, it   is
a fact that within a couple of weeks'
sailing distance of the  Pacific coast
of Canada there is a fleet, in strength
by no means despicable, of a  power
which is reputed, and reputed rightly,
to be Great Britain's rival.
"The fact that the British fleet in
eastern waters might be called upon
t ) protect her eastern dependencies
at any time would render vulnerable
the western coast of Canada. With
Japan engageel with the United States
what is more probable than Great Britain's being embroiled with Germany
and the dlverson of the former's
.strength iu Asiatic waters by a flying
'dash upon the Pacific coast by -the
Krelgherr's fleet there assembled.
Do you know that I carry in stock the
best Pianos made in the Domini on?
i
PIANOS-
NEW SCALE WILLI A MS, DOMIMON,
NORDHEIMER.
ORGANS  ���
BELL, DOhERTY AND SHERLOCK MANNING.
TALKING MACHINES-
EDISON, VICTOR AND COLUMBIA.
Over 6000 Records tei choose from. My store is the
place' for you to visit when lonesome. Hear our latest
Monthly Records anil you will take them home with
you if you have a Talking Machine. If not let me sell
vou one. None need say he cannot ret a machine. My
iiew easy paymeut plan enables all to have a Talking
Machine. I want tee sell to every family in this district. Vou will be surprised how easy it will he for you
to have a Piano, a Sewing Machine e>r a Talking Machine in your hous.'.   REMEMBER THE PLACE- -
/
J. H. TODD,
New Westminster's  Mustc   House,
Burr Blk, Colbia St.   Phone A278
'b
Agent for Singer anei Wheeler it Wilson's Sewing Machines
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DEPARTMENT Or PUBLIC WORKS,
CANADA.
TENDERS FOR COAL.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders ior
Coal." will be received at the Resident
Engineer's Office, Xew Westminster,
up to noan of Wednesday, the 24th in-'
stant, for the supply of coal required ,
for the use of the Snag Boat "Sams in"
and Dredge "King Edward" during the
current fiscal year ending .'list .March. j
The coal must be a British Columbl i
product of approved quality, lump, and
delivered in such q i. ntlfles as may lie-
required.    Coal  for the    Snag    Boa
"Samson" is to !;e delivered anel store i
B. C. Mills, Timber and!
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturcrs and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Doors, 11
"In view of the nbove assertion that  jn shed on  the   Government    wharf,!
Great   Britain   will   find   it  necessary   \,.w-   Westminster.       Coal     for     the!
to  reassert   her  control  at Esquimalt. Dredge "King  Edward"   is  to  be de-
and perhaps Halifax seems-not impro- Hvered alongside the dredge at New
bable.   The abandonment of those de-. Westminster, on scows furnished    by
fences in any event was in the minds  the Department of Public Works, the.
of a great number merely a play of
the British government to evoke ai
response to the reiterated call for colonial contributions to imperial defence
and it was merely allowed to go as
far as it did because the treaty with
Japan and the good understanding
with the United States, Gre; Britain'u
position seemed unassailable.
"i am  convinced    that  within  the
next six nionths. If no.t sooner, a Brit- ;
ish  fleet   will   be seen  at   anchor off
Esquimalt harbor."
1 Just What You Want I1
Cottage on corner, 5 rooms, pantry, bathroom,
fixed wash tubs and all other improvements,
also fruit trees.   This cottage has just been
painted and is in first class condition.
Price $1,650,      half cash,  balance easv.
All cricket players who arc on the
team which Is to play aginsi the Van-
, couver ('. C. at Brockton Point this
afternoon are requested  yi be ready
, to leave on the twelve-thirty car this
noon, owing to J. B. Barlow's accident yesterday, he' will be unable to
take part In the game, an 1 the foil iwing will wield tin' willow:
V. J. Peers, captain; J. II. Viilal. II.
J. Davis, w. .Morris. F. s. Cameron,
T. A. McRae, Rev. ('. W. Houghl >n,
!���'. Harvey, Cros3land and Oddy. The
game Is to commence at two o'clock
sharp, and the Xew Westminster team
fully expects to be able to secure the
victory  this  time.
I
P. PEEBLES
HOTEL  GUESTS.
Q-UiChon���C. A.  I.lyoel, Seattle;   K. I
Stokes.   .Mission;   VV,   W,   Rogers,   I),
Fleming, ('. s. Sherman, Vancouver;
ll. G. Lee, Rossland;  I).  De Pencer
towing to be done by the contractor.
The lowest or any tender will no:
1 necessarily be accepted,
G. A. KEEFER,
Resident Engineer.
Resident  Engineer's office,
New Westminster. IS. C,
10th July, 1907.
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Tenders  for   License   to   Cut   Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed te
the Comissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, an I marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No, 525," will be received er
this Departmenl until 12 o'clock noon
on Wednesday, the 28th day of Augu
1907, for a license tei cut timber, on
Berth No. 525, corufirlslng lan is situate in the Province of British Columbia, and described as follows:
Timber Berth N'o. 525, comprising
the North half of section 29, Wesl
Mara Lake, the North hair of section
29, and all section 32 in Town-hip 29
Range 8, West of the flth m rldia
containing an area of 1S5 .square mil i
more or less,
The berth musl be surveyed wil  :;.
��� year after the date of the notle.
awarding the   berth,
The regulations under which a  license will    he  Issued, als i    printed
forms of tender and envelope, maj
' obtained at this Department or at th
office of the Crown Timber Agenl al
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Dra
tning.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
Is gaining in favor every day.    Our output last year was double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
L
way
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
A. .McLaren. Barnet; w. R, Dire, Van-  New,Westminster, ll. ('.
Real
Estate
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 ���
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
B.  IB,
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO,
WALKER, President. ALEX,  LAIRD,
General Manager.
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
couver; .1. D. Davidson and wife Kamloops; H. Hamilton, F. (i. Drake,
Vancouver; J, Boscood, Victoria; W,
Brimmer, Montreal: J, Baker, Dewdney; ll. H. Ryan, Burnaby; A. Brunswick. Victoria; M. R, Huston. Victor-
la;   li. F. Latimer,    Vancouver.
Windsor���S.  Johnson,  M. Johnson,
V.   Zarnson,   Stave   River;    .Mr.     and
Mrs. capt. Reed, Haney; j. Abercrora-1 tertained.
hie, Terra Nova; (i. Robertson, F, M.I
Arnoll. Vanvouver; (!. Cameron, Ross- :
land;  S. S. Rogers, Lewlston, Idaho;
V. Martin. Barnet; Robert Arble, Vancouver.
Colonial���A. Kennedy,'Mrs. J, Carlton, Haney; A. Ackerman, Huntingdon; II. Amys, .Mission; R. Halbroth
Ladner;   B, E. Kelraore, Ladner.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted Check <m a ch irl el
bank in favor of the Deputy of the
Minister >f the Interior, for the amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay (or a license,
Tbe hlghesl or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
No tender by telegraph wlll be en-
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary,
Department  of the Interior,
Ottawa. June 29th, 1907.
' "K<<mm4 ffewV >-L-<^ .
C\ // ji ygfy-
Adams' Celebrated Truss Rod
lso Studebaker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wage ns, FarmTr     -
AgentB for the J. J. Chase Threshing Machinery:
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
4c.
campers' NOTiCEiWestminster Iron Works' J. HENLEY
WATER WINGS
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every facility afforded  Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
cashed  or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY  MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���II. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
We Eat to Live BATH,N^pLReg'25c
But at the same time it is neci's-
sary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You can rely
BEST  ()!������
upon Ciett.ir.jr the
EVERYTHINQ,
Fancy 35c
Take with you our Mosquito Oil,   Honey and Almond Cream,   Skin Soap  lor
sunburn, etc.
Can sell you a splendid Bath Towel.
D.S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spectarles.Seeds
l\e��v Westminster
GENERAL MACH1NK AND HJNUINH
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKUHiiU and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental Iron Wont, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence Io
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE 8TKJUM'.
New Weat minster. p. o. 471
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Ek.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, ElflUt"
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. &
StrW'' aturd*>
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y. jeJLY 13,  1907.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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SAN ITOL::
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MARKET
REPORT
TOILET REQUISITES
AT
Iryall'S drug store :
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Ladies, Win
$15���or���$10
EASTERBROOK  MILLING CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; second, $10, for
��� ;,. t loaf of bread exhibited at tin- forth ���. pro-
,,,;    . Exhibition, made with their celebrated
iMPtRIAL   FLOUR  -  IMPERIAL
: ranee fee needed-all that is necessary is that the
| be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FROM  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
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9      The Twelfth of July celebration add-
��� ed  lustre to even the market square
��� by bringing more people to that busy
section of the cit) yesterday than Is
man-rally the case. The crowd did not
eill come- for the purpose of looking
over Lytton square and putting in the
time till the big celebration was
scheduled tv begin, but many brought
produce, and the lading was greatly
increased accordingly.   The amount of
��� luce on thp market was Very
heavy, fruits, eggs and poultry form-
i a large share oi the salable stock,
Thi re was a verj large quantity of
n arl) all kinds of meats and the de-
m md was fairly brisk. Beef sold at
Iron. s 1-2 to 9 1-2 for hindquarters
and  trom  6  1-2  to 7  1--'  for ' front-
EAT
NEMO
AND
LIVE
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
SEALED TEXDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner Of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No. 524," will he received
at  this Departmenl    until  12 o'clock
larters.    The supply was large and  ;'""'1 "" Wednesday, the 21st day of
demand  was good  for first  class  August. 1907, for a license to cut tirn-
��� 11..   The call for second rate beef ber on Berth Nfo.524, comprising lands
is not  strong, ani for that reason situate in the Provinbe of British Colonic stock was slow In selling out. As  umbia, and described  as follows:
sual the demand for mutton was very
��� ��������� '������������ but the Buppl ��� was short. Lamb
more In evidence and seems to be
ncreasing   in   quantity    each     week.
ttton realized   12 and  13 cents pen
Timber Berth N'o. 624, comprising
Legal Subdivision 14 of Section 12,
Township fi, Range ',', West of the Tth
Meridian, containing an area   of   40
md, while lamb brought from 14 tSacreS' raore or less'
cents per pound.    The supply  of     Tne berth must be surveyed within
rk  was not as large as in  former cne year after the date of the notice
eks  but   the  call    was   not    over awarding the berth.
BRIGHT   DAYS
SHOW    UP   THE    BARE   SPOTS ���
Call and see'our new lines of  FURNITURE.       The best of
woods,   the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,   and
the most reasonable of prices.
VV. E. FALES,
FURNITURE   EMPORIUM
h{and 718 Columbia St.      Four Floors.      Rear Extension, Front
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brisk, so thai the market was just
aboul satisfied. Tin's class of meat
sold for ll cent.- per pound. There
svas a fair offering of veal, all of which
sold readily at prices ranging from
10 1-2 to 11 cents,
fowls were not plentiful, although
the demand was quite brisk. Fairly
good stock brought from $7.50 to $8.50
per dozen. Broilers were on the market in large quantities, anl sold at
$3.50 and as high ees $4.50 a dozen.
There was an excellent demand for
big birds, a:id the market was cleared
i of broilers early in the day.   Of ducks
The regulations under which a license will he issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
N'ew Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the amount of the bonus which the applicant
is prepared to pay for a license.
The highest or an.v tender not nee-
ess irily accepted.
No tender by telegraph  will be en-
there was a good supply, but the demand  was   not   brisk.    The   call   for  Urt.iined.
ducks still lugs, and it Is unlikely that                           PERLEY 0. KEYES,
the demand  will be brisk    for    some                                                   Secretary,
weeks yet.    They brought from $5 to  Department of the Interior,
$6.50 a dozen.                                                       Ottawa, June 25th, 1907.
I Procuce.     	
'"'        ^       ' ' "���'���'   LAND REGISTRY ACT.
fbingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
ie Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
iBank of Montreal
��� ^<iod stroke of business, which was
plainly reflected in the quantity jf
eggs 011 the market. Although the
supply was large, the wholesale price
was ;!U cents per 1l.17.tn. while the retailers secured 35 cents. The supply
of butter was up to tne usual amount,
and  sold at  .'iO and  36 cents.
The presence of some new potatoes
on the market had the effect of lowering the price of old stock considerably. P itatoes broughl $2 a sack under a very fair demand. Red currants,
cherries eitnl black currants wen- fairly plentiful, anl the demand was quits
trong. Prices wen as follows; Red
currants, fi cents a pound; cherric .
6 to S cents a pound; black currants,
S cuts a pound,
The florists did a mnd office business. They exhibited some excellent
.-, 1 cimens of plants and flowers.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Burglars' Eeg Hajl.
St. Croix. Que.. July 11.���Burglars
forced entrance iu the Pi ivlncial bank
and succeeded In carrying off a sum of
$3,2S0. Against the loss the i.uuk U
insured in the American Guarantee
company, which will offer a reward ol
$500 for the arresl -if anyone Im] lips Bai'.  Department.     Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards, J (au.(j   j���   the affair     Entrance    was
 ��� ��� -'��� l',"-!    gained  by way of the  fronl   Joor of
1 the  bank,   which   the   burglars mnn-
.   aged to break open and then proceed-
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.   ',���]  to operate on  the big  vault  with
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
ji'hesth     ;hout Canada and New fou'ndland, and  in  London,  England,
���"''   '      .  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Gen-
- er;i; Ba h ng Business Transacted.
Iers of Credit Issued   available witl. correspondents in all parts of the
Wor
I interesl allowed at 2, per cert, per annum  (present rate)  added
lie east portion (62 -1-10) acres of
the fractional south east quarter of
section 16, township 24. Whereas
proof of the loss of certificate of title
number If IGF, issued in the name of
Ralph Siddale has been filed In this
office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
al  the expiration   :;f one month  from
the date of the first publication hereof.
Issu    a duplicate of the said certificate    enltss in the meantime valid objection be made to me hi writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office.
New Westminster. B. ��., July 6, 1907
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
We Both
Lose Money
If you neglect to call and get
a free estimate from us to furnish
your HOME, HOTEL or BOARDING HOUSE.
We guarantee tc save you
money because we make this department a specialty of our business life, and you'll quickly realize
this when you have our prices and
compare them with other Furniture Houses, and after you have
compared estimates WE'LL BOTH
MAKE MONEY because we'll supply you for sure.
Large quantities of new and
up-to-date goods arriving daily by
the -car load and we are clearing
out our present stock to make more
room at such prices that will prove
very interesting to buyers. We have
to clear out just now some very
good lines in Iron Beds, all sizes,
Dressers and Commodes, Rockers,
Sideboards, Dining Chairs, Easy
Chairs, Extension Dining ' Tables,
&c, &c, that we will be willing to
sacrifice at any old price.
Our principal buyer is now
scouring the East for New Goods
to stock up for fall trade.
Therefore, more room in the
warehouses, is now the slogan with
us.
'our times a year
1 Asse's   ���    ;��� JlfiS.000,000.00.
ni:\v
STMINSTER BRANCH.
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Phone 101
chenbacij Company
LIMITED.
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dynamite, subsequently securing the
money. No one sleep's een the premises,   but   a   noise,   now  supposed   t I
  been that madi y the dynamite, was heard by Lhe sleepers, next
door. Nothing was thoughl of it al
��� ...   time  and it   was  nol   until   four
i'i i ick that th< burglary was dtscov-
e fl, At that hour some' people wei
passing tie hank and noticed the door
I ; een force 1 open. Tiny gave the
arm and the loi al manager was in-
formed of what had taken plac -.
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Excursion  rates  to all  points  East
July  3rd,  -Ith  and   Bth;    August  Sth.
9th and 10th.    Tickets good for three !
months.
ED. GOULfJT,
42. V. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST AND   FASTEST=
JOHN A. LEE'S
Furniture Emporium
Dopont Block, Columbia Street, New Westminst |
Phone   73
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHENfYOU   HANK   WITH
n
EMPRESSES"
ihi
sale and Retail Butchers
Columbia  Street
FM Y��UR NEXT ORDER OE MEAT
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Strikers Lose Millions.
Havana, .lune 11.���It is reported the
cigar manufacturers will meet and adopt a resolution giving in to the strikers' demand that they reopen all their
fad uie-. Regarding this report the
Strikers nay they will return only if
the conditions which existed before
the strike are reestablished, except as
l��� Uie character of the wages, which
mus) be in American money. The
strikers estimate they have' lost $4.-
01. ,000 In the strike.
The Surrey Manufacturing comptny
of cloverdale, haa applied for a water
record of twenty inches, the water being wanted for the purpose of conveying shingle bolts I ithe mill. The difference in the altitude from the point
of diversion to the place where the
watei' reenters the river Is abou; 100
: eeet.
18,000  I EMPIUVJ3  OF BRITAIN (14,600
H. Power ( EMPKl^S OF IRELAND J     TONS
Particularly  low   rates    from    the
Old   Country. Reservations   made
hen  for all sellings.
Empress of Britain  July 2(hh.
Por particulars apply
ED. OOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Second-HandPIANOS
ORGANS,    RANGES,   STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
Rushton & Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also  do all kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign   Man  on  Wheel.
���oliimbla St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
"Quality and  Price"
When you get supplies for the pantry you want them
fresh.     Then when you want good
TEA   AND   COFFEE
why don't you call on the man who makes a specialty
of them, and get value for your money?
Edmonds Tea Co.
6th St., next to Columbian office
Phone 309 THE  DAILY  NEWS.
SAT.J.'
THE DAILY NEwS
Puhlisbed by the Daily Xews Pub-
��hiug   Company   Limited,   at   their
^Bces,   corner   e.f   Sixth   and   Front
���treets. New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
There's   no reason   why   you
should buy "cheap" imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more ��� is  absolutely  pure ��� and
goes farther.    Get  WINDSOR.
193 VV
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display    advertising,
10   for which the Examiner j;;i iranteeel to
oeuts jeer line (nonpareil., 12 lines .0   gjve him his weight In stiver.
per  line   for;
bureau and many missionary and com- I
mercial  boilies have urged upon the I
government of the United States and
Great Britain that they shall take, and
ask other governments  to take, separate and unlteel action U> prohibit the;
selling   of  all   intoxicants and  opium
to uncivilized races everywhere;  and1
whereas the government of the United
States, has acceded to these requests,;
therefore; Resolved, that we earnestly j
petition  the   British   government    to,
the   inch.      IheBBtl   .-   ���   ���i     T,       h    k for (he amouat  wa8 re.
suhser.uent insertions. . no , .
Reading notices, bold face type, 20  celved today and it comes to ?l.b0.j.9.S.. make a tavorahle response to the great
cents  per line, brevier or nonpareil,' Mr.   Stonehouse's  actual    weight    isl proposal  and  to .act to  that  end  as'
10 cents per line. j^q 3,4 )K-),in(is.    He looks more,   but   far as  possible among our own sub-i
For   time   contracts    special   posl- pjanta, who weighed him, took ; jects, without waiting for other gov-1
Hons, apply to advertising manager. ���' .       .     ,_,.., A , ,     _   ,
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or  nis    weight    stripped.    With    street ernments; and resolved that we here-
deaths,  auc.     Wants,' for sales,  lost! clothes he  weighs about   K>0 pounds,  by authorize the  presiding officer of
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent      .     i^nsA   IK)iinds    there    are    24121 this meeting to sign this petition on j
per   word.      is'o   advertisement taken '       ,  ,      ���'      ,.- _. ���       ,    e .   ' one- hnhnif"
ounces avoirdupois, which is calculat- j oni i.enair.
i ed on the basis of (i6Vfc cents an ounce.'     On  the  resolution  being seconded.
Mr. Stonehouse,  who operates one|H  ";>s passed and  was later signed;
I of the  machines  in  the mines,  is  a  by Grand  Master D. C.  McLaren, on
    hard working miner, who has been a  behalf of the grand lodge.
���agma-,. i resident  of Nanaimo for the peist  10      Mr. Ball, representative of the Sen-1
^^sf%0^1' 'years.    He is figuring just  now how   tinel,   the  official   newspaper of  the
     much more he would have been worth  order, next spoke and delivered a very
WATCHE
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office    A22
Night   Office    B22J
SATURDAY. JULY 13. 1907.
WOMEN AND THE BALLOT.
In spite of the' hysterical conduct
of the suffragettes anl the ridicule
of the press the woman's rights
movemi nl in Greal Britain is apparent!} making steady progress. For the
moment, its leading advocates seem to
have abandoned their revolutionary
tactics, and there lias heen no repeti
if he had taken life easier
taken a two weeks' bolida)
weighing before the mayoi'.
or had ; able address.
before
GRAND ORANGE CELEBRATION
(Continued from Page One.)
solely In the interests of Protestant-
lion of the disorderly scenes enacted !ism-   If Protestants, he' stated
in the prescinds   if parliament.    The
1 come oul   tmd join   the  order
would
there
Ie did not fail to put
in a word for his paper, and pointed
out its advantages, followed by a call
for subscriptions,
This concluded the speeches and after the national anthem had heen sung,
attention was turned to the Sports
which  then  called.
.1. .1. Jackson, superintended the
field sports, with the assistance of
several other committee men.
The one  hundred  yard   race,  opei;
HORACE DORER
GOLDSMITH
SILVERSMITH
DIAMOND MERCHA
COLUMBIA STREET, NEXT TRAM OFFICE.
to Royal Arch men, was won by .1. A
agitation, however, is not abandoned, would be "" suoh a thlng as trouble[ Harvey and R. W. Ledgerwood, the
but is moving quietly,   yel    ranidlv. Iover separate schools. Canada needed j latter of Port Moody.   The fifty yard
but one  class  of  school,  namely  na-    ,-ace open   to   Orange   Young   Britons
tional schools. only, was won by W. J. Gibson and
received ! W. Thompson.
, The  Scarlet  men's   fifty  yard   race
was  won   by .1.   Harvey and    R.    W.
There were half a dozen
moving quietly, yel rapidly,
towards a successful issue.'. At .(arrow, in which constluency a contest
is now going 0:1  for    representation      Mr.   Allen's  address   was
in the House of Commons, the liberals, j with a round of applause.
conservatives, laborites and national- ���    The  next  feature   was  a  selection
ists have candidates in the field, and  from the N. Clarke Wallace band, af- ' Ledgerwoot
the suffragettes have th
of knowing that all are pledged to
woman's suffrage. In this connection
the following newspaper summary of
a debdte In the House of Lords is interesting;
"Lord Crewe, in the House of Lords
on Wednesday, moved the second
reading of the government bill for
qualifying women to sit on borough
and county councils, but not to sit as
justices  Of  the  peace  if  they  should
satisfaction  ter which the Rev. Dr. Reid, of Vic-
or more entries in each one of these
toria, delivered an interesting address,   races.
Mr. Reid is a pioneer Orangemen ini     The tug-of-war between New West-
the  province, and  his remarks  wer
3  minster and  Vancouver teams  was
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keenly listened to.
H. T. Thrift was the next speaker.
Without having much to say with
reference to Orangism, .Mr. Thrift introduced a resolution, which had heen
given into his charge by a prominent
reform organization. He had been
asked   to   have   the  measure   adopted
led the group until within a few feet
.1:' the' mark, w hen she infortunately
ft fell anel went down III ��� a !"-'. The
committee afterwards - - together
and made up a cons lati en prize to
lighten her mi3fortuae. Owing '0 the
lateness of tli.' hi-.:;; when the foi -
going features ha i been completed,
the jumping, vaulting an I weight pttt-
ting events weir nol com ete I.
The big danc'. which was given hist
evening in St. George's hal! under the
a tspices of the Orangemen, was a fitting close to oti'' of the largesl Orange
celebrations ever held in the province.
Tiie little hall was far too small to
accommodate tho crowd that sought
entrance, hut a most pleasant evening
The tug wls spent by about 150 young people,
most of whom were residents of this
city,  while  a   goodly  number    came
be promoted   to  the  chair    of  those j by the Orangemen assembled
bodies.    He  denied   the  force of  the
argument  that  it   was  rin." thin  edge
of the wedge for giving them seats in
parliament.    The rejection of the hill
was moved by Lord  Halsbury,    who
said   that   if it   passed   the  case   for
giving women
The resolution was as follows;
To his Majesty's government, and
the Right Honorable Sir Henr.- Camp-
bell-Bannerman, premier,
"Whereas the  International  Reform
battle royal, and resulted in a win
I for the Terminal city six. The pull-
; ers tore up the earth for a consider-
I able distance in their efforts
was the  best two  in  three,    and    as
Vancouver had two down grade pulls.
they won out.   The prize was a box  from Vancouver.   The Vancouver peo-
!0f cigars. P'e  were  conveyed  to   the  Terminal
The la.lies running race was full of   city early  this  morning hy a special
j interest,   and   many   were   the  qtiier   car.
i bets made on the chances of the var- The music supplied bj D'A'rcy's or-
j ious fair racers, Mrs. J. Lee, of Col- chestra, could not be excelled, and all
1 lingwood, carried away first prize and those who danced to the strains were
! Mrs.  Horner, of Vancouver, got  sec-   loud in their praise- of the musicians'
ond.   Mis-s Hewitt, of Mount Pleasant, efforts.
Can You Beat This
A six-room modern House, in good repair, on
a lot 55 x 165 feet, all in fruit trees, one
block from city car,   on   Fourth  Avenue.
Price   $1,800
Half cash,       -      -       balance easy terms.
Male &  Lam
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPER^
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
se'ats   in   parliament |
would   iie  unanswerable.     There   was
no eli for the hill.    Lord Lansdowne
acknowledged  the  valuable help thai
could be given hy women, but he did
not   think  the   hill   proc led   in   the
most appropriate way for giving whal
It intended, .end he suggested tha; it
should be referred to a select    committee to consider if a system of co-
'���' :'; "i  would uol    ' e    better    than
election in the ces.- 0f women.    This
-'������������'���  was supported by the Bishop of
Southward   Ti].' Arch-bishop of Canterbury .-��� ipporte I the bill.   Lord Rip-
on, 'm   replying for  the  government,
���-aid that as women were already eli-
'-'   ���'������   ti r  'list rie''   and   parish councils.
thi   exti nsj in of the privilege to borough and county council^ w,as inevit-
'��� -'���;.    Vlroa ly they could sil  on < >m-
r     i i .. yet  when their reports < ame
before the councils t'..,,v could not bei
present to defend them.   The governmenl would nol agri e to a selecl committee or to the suggest! in for  co-
optation.   On a division   the amendment  was rejected by a majority of
7���., afti    which  th       cond    reading
was allowed."
It is remarkable thai in 3uch a stai I
and venerable chambei  as the House'
1 '   Lor ..    onlj   on    . oice  was  raised
linsi   the  princi] le  of the bill.    It
is significant   that  while; the radical
ministry Introduced the measure, i.m I
l. insdovt ne, the' leader  >f the conservative  opposition  criticised  only   the
et" alh  of the bill, bul  would nol oppose the principle,      Lord    Halsbury
could nol frighten the majority of Uie
I'-eers bj  the dreadful suggestion that
if the bill was passe I "the case tor
giving  women  seats    In    parliament I
was unanswerable."   Thai such a debate 1 ould take place- In the L irds Is
striking evidence of the  rapid   progress which the suffrage agitation is;
making.   The Jay is nol  far distant,
probably, when women will bo eligible
for scats in the Commons, and If In
the Commons, why should not "peeresses I ! their own right" sit   in the j
upper chamber. The unfortunate Lord
Halsbury may be compelled some daj ���
t.:i preside upon  the wool-sack  while'
"her ladyship" lays down tho law t   |
him.
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P. O. Box
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This Store has a display ofWHITE SHOES
that will interest
every man, woman
and child in this
community. It is a
great    season    for
WHITE CANVAS SHOES
WHITE GOODS ARRIVED YESTERDAY
Ladies' White Oxfords, with big eyelets and leather heels, only $1.75 pair
Ladies' White Oxfords, with covered Cuban heels, best made, $2.50 pair
Ladies' Pink and Blue Canvas Oxfords, American make,   -   -   $3.00 pair
Men's White Shoes, in
high or low cut (the
kind that won't squeak)
$2.50 and $3.00 a pair.
Men's Canvas Shoes in
darker shades, good
make, $1.25 and $1.50
a pair.
Child's White Canvas
Shoes from 00c up.
For all these white
and colored goods we
carry a complete line of
polishes:
White Nova, 20c a tin.
White Nova, large size,
35c a jar.
Wrhite E. Z. (Liquid) 25c
a bottle.
Colored N o v a, (Pink,
Blue, Green, Red,
Brown, Lavender)
Yellow), 40c a jar.
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For Sale
A nice
B. C. E
fenced;
gan;
��� home and  rani i a   Colllngwood, three minutes walk fro*|
.  R.  Railway station;  2  acres nearly    till    clen 1
new 5-room j     .:���.--���   ai I ho t ehol I fuiniture, ]
splendi.1  well of �� iter;  chicken house's and ban
trees and small  trull is, and   150  cords of  saleable
whole'  tliinn  In  ee   P tell,    Ps rty  leaving   province
ing and has instructed us to sell  under value.      For
see us.
eascn for st'i-
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FRASER VALLEY REALTY|
COMPANY
Real   Estate   Insurance  and   Business  Brokers.  Murcl". e  Cecc-c.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
A Good
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall 1 nd pantry, and el
trie light.   Nice    t, stable and chiel
run.     Price $18jO,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANT
THIS is the store for WHITE SHOES.   Come in and see them,
count it a pleasure to show you our new goods.
We
Worth   Weight   in   Silver.
Nanaimo, July  12���11  does nol fall
to every man to he worth his weighi
in silver.   Some men are worth a good I
deal   more, many  more' are  worth a]
good deal less.   Of one thnlg however,
Rotx rt Stonehouse, of this ctly, is as-
Bured, i. e.t he Is worth his weighi in
���silver, for he received that amouni t >-
day, having captured one of the prizes
Biven  i.   the San  Francisco  Weekly   �� $i
Examiner in its circulation prizes, and  *+++++++*+*+**+***+**+****<*******************<<!>tii-t*<*************************** I
\BUTTER CROCK
i!       And FRUIT JARS
JOHNSTON'S BIG SHOE HOUSE, im !
THE SIGN OF THE
BIG ELECTRIC BOOT
New Westminster, B. C.
AT-
ADAMS and DEANS
Dealers ir. Groceries and Crockerytoare- Zy  -���-���   ���' 1907'
**    the daily xews.
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THE CASH STORE!   city news
Close  at   5   P. M
Dress
Muslins
At a Fraction
of their
Regular Value
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Reduced to save you money just when you need
them most. At this store you will find best selection and the prices lowest.
Sons of Scotland. Attention!   Pho
������o;  :.  .'   :  i ie   hai li ol   * 'i %. Adams
'.; Cl       iS!   ���:    ' ll   lln
Luthi -eo, church ��iil me      I  - even-
lot .ie the Oddfellows hi
The  i.eedies  Aid  SOCiet;   ��� ���    the 1 .lit tl -
eran church will meet this i       ,".....���
a:   M ���������    Bi '���������. -    'es fl< l C
Por  cut flowers,  1 guets  or fun-
signs    eh ihone   T    Oi'. es   K
Son. B 208
Co   'A hj itt, warden ol the B.C. Pen!
���     '     _  s       confine    bo his resi-
���i . and   is  mit   mskin.c  verv rapid
progress   owards reci i
Mi   and Mrs. Sturmat Minthorni
Spi kam -.,.",  spi riding a few days
hi   .- ;' th<   guest*
'..    ���'���    '-������ . ��� Eight]     ��� -. :.
. hii _ Watsoi    nt en an appe
... :,      ���:  : a  ��� ��� et t idaj ���:���    a
v'i'- ������������  ail '��� fjp]^
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SUffl       .,'. ...      1  .     ' tth e
Mrs. \v. .1. La ������ ol Winchesti
ved in the cit; - esterlay on a
visil to her mothe i -.. ��� Wells, oi
Sa] Shi ��� ���    ��� ia   <���;    by
fhti     Miss Anna       Laflan
Venahles        i  ���   I les     i        dla-
metrie iosei ho*.
Orangemen, he lose no time In restor
Ing his fronl entrance    ro iis    usual
businesslike     appearance   -bul      the
StOfJ   haa  le.t,ke.l ont by  thit  ' me
K ...  ��_���.��,��� J.^���....    .�� . u
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
FOUND   -A   small  white mar''   Owm
can  hi '������   st rm   ;-'    ������.' ing expenses
���.ei.      ... ���    Somrne 's   I
ieeeh\ lake
FOUND   -^   ���������   ���      '���-.      ��� i ������
. i nei  ei in   Sa i ��������� toi
all kinds of cvt
ints   sei   Tidy, tl i   Elo is
IOC
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. ��� and 25c light printed Muslin?. Check Ginghams, Fancy Grass Linens.
S  . ..'ial good lines up to 25c, regular reduced to    1 Oc
25c and 35c Printed Dimeties, Fancy Printed Muslins, plain and check
materials, Black and Navy Printed Foulards, Scotch and Canadian
Ginghams, small check, in white and black, white and pink or blue;
also all shades in plain Chambrays, for cool summer wear. These goods
are rapidly advancing in price but we must clear them all out ard quickly
".   '.   So here you will 'ind thousands of yards on sale now. per yard 1 5c
ach. Fine Lawn, beautiful eyelet embroidery patterns, a little change from
pure white, worth 50c, sab price   25c
S7.75 buys
a Linen Kobe, beautifully embroidered Skirt and Waist, cut and
���immed, ready to fit.   You can have one if you hurry
Were Sl2.50 each.
louble the
nember the sale of Dress Goods at 35c and 50c.   Goods wortn c
money and nothing more.   Suitable for the warm weather.
��� Wash Skirts at 95c and White Lawn Waists at 35c will give you an
idea of what is doing in the big ready-to-wear department.
I Table Children's
Wash Dresses
Choice, 50 cents
i. n. SMITH
Mail Orders Filled Every Day
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
i pairing and  pail
I will be received uu
13, eu the- office of P.
��� re specifications may be
���  ��� en anj    tender   not
cepted.
ti urterlng on work are
certified check of 5 per
ul of ii'ii I' r,
('. ll. CLOW,
Architect.
IF.CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Barlow.   io k ;e<   er  for
Cunningham Hai Im       company
with an  acci lenl  lasl  evenln !
��� maj  oi ca ���inn his confinement
For several daj b.   In  in enthusiast Ic moment, he attempte i i i climb
thr scaffolding agalsl    I' ���    Burr
d.    a
.1.   B
,;���.  aboul 20 feel !'.   n i
I and fell, l_uniii      ���   i ie w eli. . li''
uns quite i ;en up, and      ij
bo bartlj Injured In   mall;   Tli
man  wns remo\ e.i I ed    h
��� hon  hoi ���   i      Ro hwell  was
called to a tend    n     It Is no   tli n  '.
��� Iinl   an}   serious        ill
which
I , his
will
.liiew
Tito   ,.'
'.<   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Watches,   double
I Watches trom $12.76 u.
Silver   Watches,   open
lace, $     .
Silver
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.}������' ������ celebrated South Bend j
elled   to    the    Wellman
Are'
Ch.
 dltlon.    All warranted.
lauirf  [Ung3, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
ilrlng;    charges   reason
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TT - SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
tings St. W., Vancouver.
���' |)lng, Qregg and Pitman
Shorthand. Telegraphy and En-
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Seven Teachers
rorty.Fice   Typewriters
��� ��� ' Always in  DEMAND.
SPROTT, B. A., Principal
l~--..
BUSTER SHAW
SUITS
Just the thing for
children to wear while
playing* in the sand or
making mud pies.
A new lot just in by
express.
BUSTER SHAW
PLAY SUIT
eBeck
THE CLOTHIER
membi rs oi the Women's anx-
ol the Royal Columbian hospital
will hold iheir regular monthly meet-
In  t lie  board  oi   tradi   room    on
a t<  noon,    commencing
O'l    .',':,
a       R   ..  -    Is   al   present     in
\    toria   and will interview tiie mem��
the Fisheries commission iliis
ning with reference  to certain im-
��� rements needed in ilie' fishing re
li    :' ase
M Mclnnes, a hal i ed, visited
M M i . . -"- Jailer, j i sterdaj even-
The \ isi: of Mclnnes, N'o, l, to
Mclnnes, Xo. C. w.-is the result of 'hi>
:.', frequent libations of the former
Mclnnes Mclnnes will escort Mclnnes to thi ee com I docl. tins
n     ling.
\  telegram w as i eeeh e d yesterday
itein   r'.ooi; of polico in
...  whether a notO [oil
��� ime I Swenzen   h 11 esaap
Pei ite ntiarj   s�� en
e'   ��� . ���   doted* a ��me time ago o i
a   . h u -���' of attempting  to mui der a
m n in  Dawson, but  has   nol    been
iwn    ' thi   ; enitentlary. The
iffh    i do noi  kuo��  anything about
him   rn-. the)   -1 ipose thai th i Seal -
th> police have confused the notorious
criminal  v.    i    ie convicl whei man-
I  to esca      for ei  few  hours two
n eeks   a .���
Johu Keating, eif Aberdeen, Wash .
i ��� v   tten a letter to Chief ol Police
Mcln ' dclng him tei assist In lo-
i al Im ' othei   Mike, w h i lias iim
been In i ''I from directly b} il ��� I on
- isl twent j j ears Mike
Ki ittng Is a logging camp cook, ���< id
w .i- in this cil j lasl fall, lie' ts sup*
posed to be somewhere <>n this other
side of the' river, working in Borne of
the camps. Mike had n narrow es* I
cape from becoming a sailor -��'��������� ->ii!
twelve ue.nth.- ago, being sheen.he-;. :
on board a vessel al Vancouver, and
only n " u ���! b; the Interro ition uf
the police. Thi chief exi ei ts to be
able to discover lei,; whereabouts within ,i shoi' i Ime, ind would be [ilea ied
in receive Inf u inatlon concerning
hlm from on\ on   w ho know b hlm.
tn tin   Ri    i  Columbian    hospital,!
Ihe itee1. nl Templars have n room fui
i
ni i n i ;... ihe use of i atienl -. bul a ���
the tin nlture i���- beginning i" show
ill tn ii   ie hns been decided ' ���
ropli  II w iih in ire up to data fui a
Ishtngs when 'i"1 new bulldlug is com
plete I     tn oi der to  raise  funds  fo
this pui iioib, .i trolley pari s will i il
i lai ������ on Tuesdaj evening aext, Hfttg
ii h  i.'i  having been chosen as the
objeeliv���   i "i'i     The sixth Regiment
hand will discourse music, and 0 pit i
niuiI time, i i anticipated,   Tickets for
i he t mil'')   pm ty  may    be obt&ine 11
from an;  of the Royal Tetnplars, and
will also lie in sale at the cai s, which
leave the oity nl  8.80 p.m., one < ar
u<iin_; in Vancouver via the main line,
while the other win travel over tha
: old line, through the city.
Some evil minded person yesterday
ruffled   Percy Venahles'  temper  in  a i
mosl   heartless   fashion,   making the.
'.veil known   fish  merchant, the  victim |
of  a   practical joke.    Mr.    Venablea
[was called away by a telephone mes- |
sage, and had to leave his plaeo without anyone in charge during the tinio i
! he was absent.   0:i bia return fr >m a
] wild goose chase, he found that si m ���
wa�� Had decorated the  front  bf htej
store with yellow streamers; anl added a motto consigning the pope to 'i'
'mosl  (inappropriate    destination.   As
West   Enders   Win   Sweaters.
R\ ihe decided score of >> goals ro 2,
the  West   End  Intermediate   lacrossi
rr-jerr, defeated the Reginas iie ihe  e>
hibition   m��ieh   polled   off   yesterdaj
afternoon   al   Queen's   park,   therebj
winning the sweaters which were offered for competi ion bj   the Orange
celebration    sports committee.      \\
tbough the match was put on to- o
of the main attractions of the da
was nol so itvelj as wns expected, in
f'tei   the  plaj   was decided!}  slo*
tes    There were a anmbei ol new
, la -i  '(   .re ihe r'enks  For ihe Re--,   i
who oonsiderablj   weakened  th<
and the wes. Ei   i     11h ������ ed ���     bet
ter th.ere thi     ���       nents all ove
(.ii';'..'.'   .,   goa    fo    ���'���������    Re-
-.    StO    <������.   t .i.ie  swl'fl   i hoi ���
.       -e     ,    :.;e.;    :   'I'Jel,    1..W i ".1-    1 hi
w hen he ran out afti ....
back in time for the cheering.
Foiled Ing was   hi        yew
���H. G-lfford, McArthnr, Peareon  Man-
nering, Fitzgerald, Morrison, Smith, -C.
Smith. .1. Gifford and   Allan.
West Bnd CattJ Marshall. Munn.
n. Galbralth, \\ Warwick. Land.
S . ohnston W Sangster and ll.
Sangster.
Referee, R. Eichoff; judge of play.
L Turnbull. The teams played ten
men a shte.
lost .From the R. C Elect
freighl sheds al New Westminster,
a tin-covered trunk, tied wiih rope
and marked "James A. Mitchell
Fiv< de reward for Informatioi
'���'���''ding to Its ������ e.-re Apply &���-
freight sheds
TO rent -Fo ' shei 'oom. Apply
ro 84 or :-:', Burr block
FOUND��� Silver watch, in Queen's
park. Owner enn have sum.' by
proving !��� ������ ie 1 ��� a Do ��������� '^ lewelrj
store, Columbia street St
TEACHERS   WANTEO���For    Central
School,  this   city.     One    Male     for
Division ?., Boys' School    one Fe
male for primary work.     Appl oattOM
received up to noon of the nth   ���
R.  l.KNViK   Sec
EMPLOYMENT    AGENCY    W<
n.sh help of  all  kinds,    farm.  I
saw mill, railroad labo    hob
i to.   Male     CI     female.    Write
��� inadlan Pai       J '���
>.  Cordova streel wesi Vanco ���
HOUSE    AND    TWO    LOTS   to     '���
splendid   location;    corner   o.    on
ear line, eight  minutes    from
Office.     Apply    P.    A.   Daily    V "
office.
FOR   SALE���One  second hand   range.
suitable for large restaurant or logging camp, fiftxXft.fiin.   Apply to Alex
Speck, Second Hand Store. Speck Blk.
SIGHTED   WHALES.
Captain Sees Leviathans of the Deep
on PSci'ec Coast.
Dr
Tacoma.  -inly   12.���In
tng Tyee, the ba kentine Wrestler ar-
.   | al  Tacoi i i da;   to load a
. :��� po ol ral "i ; . an I Imbers for
Southern     G.  ifon (  rptain     A.
ThomUa rejwrts sighting more than
two hi.n.iii'.i whales ln the vicintu ol
('a'pi> Flatterj.
!    saw   more'   whale's   this   vcj agi
���-. ; he '.-;. i daj thi n before 11
years, .\:>out thirty miles off the
cape l s.iw one floating to leeward,
and eit i'ie -i thought it w as a roi k I
knew then' was no I md near, and up-
ivi Btlgation, found ll to be a dead
whale,   it^ stomach was swollen and
ed mt, and i-* looked Iii-' a buoy
mooi ed In the ocean
V- i came oa into the straitB '
sighted at least two hundred other
whales,   die came up bo close to the
ship that its tail BtrUCH the side Oh
oue occasion i snw iw.i dead whales.
Thej had been fastened together, and
flags   -��� ������ b in  each,    Evldentlj  the;
Hoggan, M R.C.V.S.. Edinburgh,
Veterinary  Surgeon
Having commenced practice in New
low   of   the   vVestmmster, messages can be left at
11. S. Curtis' Drug Store, Columbia
-. eet; 'Phone 42, unlit 1 have made
my office airana-emenTS.
TIMBER  LANDS���Wo deal exclusive
lv 1n timber.    Have large and Rmau
tracts   iin   Water,     If   you   wisii   t.
buy or sell, see me.   V.. ft. Ohand'er,
4   7   Hastings  St..  Vancouver.  HV
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Fll��r.1   niock     N��v>.  W<��*tmin��ter,  B.C.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE DAILY   NEWS.
CARD   OF   THANKS.
The  family   of  the  hie.-  Alex.  Ewen
wish to thank their manj  fi ��� n   -
had been the prej to Vancouvej Island  the   Kind   expressions   of   sympathy
steam whalers, and had been marked  tendered to them on the occasion of
o thai they could he fmnl again."      (heir sail bereavement,
PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothitr
Coat Shirts
Put on  Like   Your  Coat
Have  You  Tried Them?
If not, u't'l in line, nnd find out what
suliii comfort is.
W. G, ami \l and Tooke Bros. Ltd.
Both the standard of excellence.
PRICES.
$1,25, $1,50, $1.75 up lo $3.00 Shirt
ALL NEW PATTERNS.
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I THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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CHURCH
SERVICES
I.Ministers and others interested In
church services Avill please forward
their copy to this office not later ihan
8 p.m. on Friday to insure insertion.]
Holy Trinity cathedral. Rev.A. Shildrick. rector. Holy Communion, 8 a.m;
Matins, sermon ; 31 a. in.
evensong and sermon, at 7
p. m.; S. S., 2:30 p. m. Cathecism last
Sunday in month in church. Evensong
and sermon by lector, 7 p, ni.; daily
service at 9:30 a.m. and a p.m. except
on Friday, when Evensong is said at
7:30. Holy Communion every Thursday and saint's day at k u.n... Choii
practice on Friday after Evensong,
St. Barnabas���Rev. C. W. Houghton
rector���Holy communion 8 a. in.,
morning prayer and litany ll a. m.;
evening prayer, 7 p. m.; Bible class,
2 p. in ; Sunday schoo:. 3 p. m.; baptisms  alter    Sunday   school;    choir
St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church���Rev. A. de li. Owen, rector.
Divine worship Sunday, il a.m. and
7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7:30
p. in.   All are welcome.
Olivet Baptist church���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Preaching on
Sunday at 11 a.m., and at 7 p.m.; Sun-
clay school and bible classes at 2:30
P m.; Young Peoples meeting
Monday evening at 8 p.m.; .Midweek
lng at S p. in. Morning subject, "God's
Witnesses;'' evening, "The progress of
Christianity as shown by the Christian
Endeavor society,"
Queen's Avenue Methodist���Rev. W.
H. Barraclough, B.A., pastor. Services
at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.: Sunday school
nnd    Bible    Class    at    2:30    p.    m.
Evening topic: "The Bethseda
Pool," the first of a series of twenty
tninute sermons on the miracles of
Christ. The Sacrament of the Lord'8
Supper will be administered at the
close of the morning service.
West End .Methodist���Rev. .Mr. Magee, pastor. Services, 11 a.m. and 7
p.m.; Sunday school. 2:30 p.m.
Sapperton. .Methodist. ��� Rev. L.
Thomas, pastor. Sunday services, 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30
p.m.; Epworth League, Monday, S p.m.
evening service.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev., .7.
S. Henderson, pastor. Sunday services ila.t.i. and 7 p.m.;Sunday school
arid Bible Classes, 2:30 p. m.
Morning subject, "A great ami true
Jife;" evening, "Sins of omission."
West Presbyterian���rev, T. Ward-
law Taylor, M.A., Ph.D., minister.
Services 11a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sun
day school and Bible class, 2:3(i p.m.
Knox church, Sapperton���Rev. D.
McKenzie, B.A., pastor. Services, 11
r. m. anl 7 p.m.; Sunday school and'
Bible class, 2:90 p.m.; meeting of
Y. P. S C E. immediately after the
< vening ser vice.
Gospel Hall, corner Sixth avenue
and Ninth street���Breaking of bread
every Sunday al 11 a.m.; Sunday
school anel Bi iie . ss, 3 p.m.; gospel
address, 7 p.m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m.'
Gospel Hall, Tenti .'treet. Services
i1 a.m. ami 7 p.m.; Sunday -school at
2:30 p.m.
Lutheran Church, Rev. li. A. Sand,
Service Sunday morning.
Blue Mountain School House, North
road���Service at 3 n. m.
Salvation Army���Services a* usual
?n   ���!������   Army   hall.
St. Peter's C ithi draJ [Roman Cath-
oli I- San lay Mass al 8 and 10 a.m.;
Catechism at 2.35 p.m.; Evening Devotions, . p.m.
Anglican church- -Services at St
M it's Sapperton: eveaing prayer and
81 '""ii evi ry Sunday al 7 o'dot k;
firsl s en i;:, j,, tiie- month, morning
li;';'.x<-1 �� ll h a ci lebratlon of the Holy
' ';:i- mii., it n o'clock; Sunday
school   it   2:30  p,  m.
Aiiian i Burnaby - Morning
prayi i with sermon every Sunday at
'' o'clock exci ;>: tho first Sundaj in
the n onth, n hi n the service will be
al 3 o'cli >���;. in the afternoon. Rev
D  Dunlop, ll. ,\., pries! in charge.
Burnaby and South Side Mission--
'Rev, \V. E. Jones, pastor. Service, in
the East Burnaby schoolhouse al 3:16
p.m. Every service ai 7:30 In the
Wesl Burnaby schtwlhouse,
Residential New Westminster
"The Site of Beautiful Homes.r
The following list carefully compiled to date contains most of the
choicest residential plots in the city for sale. Prices are most
reasonable. Several lots have fruit bearing trees. Just the kind
of home you want for comfort. Read our list of Ranches and
Farm Lands for sale.
HOWAY
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street,   oi
JL^ESSIOn^
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Westminster,   a
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Canadian   Bi    .  ,.' ,-,���
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offlce, New   v..   &&��***
loan.
Martin,
flees:    New Wi
9 Lots corner of Brunette
St. and Distillery St., subdivision 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
11 and 12 in Iot 13, Sub.B.
1, Sapperton. Price $1500,
half cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six-
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
Subdivision of lot 46, block ii. comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us.   This magnificent property is
' situated on the corners of Fsurth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten olixl20 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the cor-
! ner lot facing Fourth avenue an I
First street, held at $1000); two lots
e on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
[per  lot;   four lots,  52   1-2x85,  $450;
: five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Second
streets,  No. 5,  (.  and  7.    Price $400
| each or $1100 for the three.
Ful] sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between. Sixth and Kiglith
! streets;  $225.
House Ji0x42, -tth St., between 4th
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to .Ash St. Price $3,500;
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
at 7 per cent.
2'2 storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern    improvements;   lot    66x132;
i lane at back; part, of lot set out with
! fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance C and 12
nionths at 7 per cent.
1  lot  No. 24 on 3 3th.  street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 iots Nos. Sl to 86 and 95, 95 faces
I on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; (small
house,   chicken    house,    175    choice
'chickens; horse and rig; $1500 cash.
11-2 house, G rooms and flush
closet on 4tb avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit tre��s. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
i wo
���.... ii
lots on
7th and
tsth street,
Sth avenues.
be
ll '. acres in Surrej; S % of
Sb-j of sec 9, township 2. Log
house. 1-6x24, and chicken coops,
smal| I arn; 60 fruit tree's; 12
a res cleared, i acres under
cultivation and 8 acr. s slashed
Price $20 per acre, '���:. cash, balance in 12 nionths at 7' I
1 full size lot. block 0
lot 14,
Pr.  Patrick's    Square:
Price
$450.
1 Jot, 55^x160, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
24 acres in Sunbury; ti chains water
front; 12 acres cleared; S-rooined
bouse, lath and plastered; wood wheel,
chicken barn and fruit trees of all
kiinls. Price $3,000. Terms one-third
cash, balance ti and 12 months.
$3,500. subject to 10 months
lease. Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avenue.
Splendid location, now rented for
$30.00 per month; lease can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
good paying investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
Double tenement house, tth Ave.,
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot, Price $1,700;
cash half and half in ti nionths at 7',;.
Hints for $10 each tenant.
lie aens ti, section 14, N. \'2 of B. V6
'"""' cltors, etc
tm inster IWi
: corner  Clarkson and W   '
i Vancouver, room   21 to 24 _,-!!���
""'����"�����'"    J   eph Marttotl
1  McQuarrt&'a
ville street.
w. Weait
Bourne.
Westmi
ternoon
Mr. VI   tin m'JJ
aster 1 a   ���,. even Zr
ev��rj Frid
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BarrtaJ
Solicitor, 1     ;. m b!o.k7"
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VV.' MYERS GR^v. Barrister,8oi
and Notary Pti ���, practical
1SIU at New ' aster, BC. (
flees remove.1 tis Bloctd
son   street, oppi  Ite  Court H��
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 6..
cash,
I 1C0 acres less right of way abont S
'acres for railway;  25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x2S, lean too 14x28
��� and lean  too 16x22;   barn 30x32 and
Jean   too 32x14;   granary   10x10;   two  $350 cash, balance on easy terms
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
- shed 20x30; small milk house, small
i orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
I $0od0; $2000 cash, balance easily ar-
j ranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, be-
1 tween Royal and Queens avenue cast
,' side, new house; $1500.
Two lots, block 24, lot 9, $1111111 each.
No. 310.���9-roomed House and
room, Agnes St. $3,000: &
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 '
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and
room,  Agnes  St.      Price $2,500;
cash, balance 2 and (I mos. at 7
Block
full sized iots.    Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6,  12 and 18 months
House corner ot' 7th St. and 4th
Ave.; !i rooms; 2 full sized lots, t;>'.x
1.12: orchard of apples, pears and
plums. Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, balance on time at 7 %.
5 lots coiner of street between Sth
and Pth Ave. on 2nd St., side of 2nd
St., equal to one acre; partly cleared.
$500, haif cash. A splendid opportunity for investment.
More  exclusive  properties  just   listed
with us for sale.
Lot 5, opposite   Knox church, Sapperton, east side Columbia Street on
cur line.   $350 cash.
;,' lots south side of Sixth Avenue;
verv light clearing: 60x115% feet on
Sub. Block 10.    $1050 cash.
4 .'ots on Fifth Street, 11, 12, 13, 14,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 each, h.1lf
cash, balance 6 months at 7 ',..
2 houses corner of Merrival and
sized Jot on Royal avenue, be-(Agnes;  full sized lot;    city block 31,
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bridge off
Haworth road, Surrey; house 18x26,1
I i.j storey house, li rooms finished, another 2 can be added upstairs; small
shack: I'i acres cleared and seeded
with clover, red; fairly easily cleared.
One  mile  from  shingle  mill.      Price
batjj $1,200;.   terms half cash,  balance 12 f
months at 7 l/c
Full sized lot No. 12 on Royal Ave.
ami Sth  St.    Price $,1050,   half cash,:
bath balance at 7 <;', per annum.
\_\    Westerly |, 11 of 63, Sub. Block 5,
132x132 corner 100 feet square;    two
houses drawing $28 per month.   Price!
12 on 12th St., east side;  10 $5,000, half cash, balance In 6 and 12
w.
P.  JI A N S F 0 R D,
Solicitor, etc, Crescentblj
corner Columbia and McKnj
streets, New Westn nster.B.C.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
.2 acre between Queen's and 3rd
Ave. on west side or 10th; No. 5 and
6, Block 48; 1.12x105 feet; aii cleared
and fenced. Price $1050; $550 cash,
balance in 6 months.
Full
months.
160 S.E. V4 of Section 26, Dist. 12,
1" acres,partly cleared; Kanaka creek
running through; good road; one mile 1
north of Webster's corner; shingle1
mill and P.O. at tbe west corner; timber worth $7 per acre; cedar and fir;
4 miles from Port Haney. Price
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balance arranged.
S.-W. Sub. Township 13; some timber; i
railway runs alongside; old 6-acre or-!
chard. Price $15 por acre; terms $1,000!
cash, balance in three equal payments.
1 acre clay, house on tram line near j
Joyce station;  partly cleared;  fenced,
across front facing tram line.   $1000,
.$700 cash, balance arranged,
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on Sth Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
BOARD OF TRADE -New \ve,
ster Board of Trade meets ii J
Board Room, City Hall, as I
Second  Wednesday of each uu
Quarterly meetings on the i
Wednesday    of     February, Iff
August and November, at 8 p,|
Annual meetings   cm   the
Wednesday    of     February.
members   may   be   proposed
elected at any monthly or quarti
meetlig.   A. B. Wlb-o, Sec.
secret Societies
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY,\il
R. B. K. of 1, meets !��f
Friday of each month,
p. m., ln Orange hall, corner |
Royal avenue and 7th street.
Journlng Sir Knights cordially |
vited to attend. W. E. Dunlop,|
P.; J. Hood, Keg.
in
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said
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NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU   WANT  BETTER THAN  THIS?
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, l1^ storey, 5 rooms; hen
! houses, in good order; some acres
'planted with wheat, oats and potatoes
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property is only }���_ mile from
tram  line.   Over two hundred  chickens and ducks could I.e sold with the
! property at a snap.
28  acres on    .Main  road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre"  FOR    A   FEW
ON LV.    One-quarter cash,   balance   1
and 2 years at 7 %.
N'o. 306.���9-roomed  house, with  bath
room, corner of Gth ami  Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms '.j cash, balance
i ��� I 6 months al 7 ';.
N.-E.     ,  of .Sutfc
{ timber.    Price *ie.
cash, balanci
a on Vancouver road, cornei
road.   $225 per acre.   Acre-
A  Cheap  Property.
House 6 rooms,    .'lush  clos
et,    I',,
f toreyf. on Fourth Avi.. one
Ot  from
Second    St,    on   south    side
.   Price
$1900;.  half cash,   balance i
t 7 per
cent   Fruit trees; iot 55x165
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1600
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner Jots
$'250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.    Single lots at cash.
Four and one-half acres between
Seventh and Eighth avenue; south
side of 1st street.    Price $2,500.
Lot 14 on Fifth avenue, sub B, 10
of sub fi. $300 cash. y_ cleared; size
55 feet by 132 feet.
Acreag
of Gilley
rnaby.   age Js 8ejjlng fast a(. (b-s     j e
DAYS
1C0 acres,  Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation,  10 acres or-j
chard,  ��.i  acre   strawberries   planted I Centrallj
this yea.-; alder bottom land; running j situation
'spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 2n l ri,!l1 E
x  32;   11 post   frame house  and
I stables, three In all, stable 8 cows an I
e 2 span horses; neai  Mission Station;
schools,    churches , near    at    band';
I steamer lands twice a day; about 100
'acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
, logged;  $2,000   refused   for   standing
timber; carriage house 16 _\ 24;  hen
bouse made of hewed timber laid in
mortar. 12 x 30,    A chance of a life-
( time, $9,000; $4,000 eash, balance al 6
i per cent.
\o. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; %
cash, balance 3 and (i mos. at 7 '���',.
lot 11; one house rents for $25, the
other $10; flush closets and all connected with sewers. Price $3,500
Cash $2.00(1, balance in 6, 12 and 18
months at 7 %.
IP. Township 10 : some |
per acre ;  terms $1,000
easy.
Lots   14   and   15 of 1 of 0    of    ,4 |
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2 ,
cash, balance C months at 7 per cent.;
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
2 les on Sth St. between 5th and
6th Ave. en east side; full sized, OOx
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, halance easy.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
located in a conimniamiing
Thiid   avenue,   at   foot   <u'
eet.   Two and one half-storey
COvV|house.   '."en rooms (recently papered)
All  model ie conveniences;    hot   and
cold   water,   bath,   Hush   closet,   lavatory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot
66x132, ��Ith lane in rear; part of lot
set oul with fruil trees.   Price $2,750.
$1,500 cai h. balance arranged,
160 acres on the Scot' road, 15 acres
cleared: barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid sen'!; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Ifio acres in Surrey, 5 acres cleared,
fenced on road side, $1,800, half cash,
balance on lime at 6 per cent., subject to sale of timber.
Large lot and two cottages ou Columbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey house and
full size lot, situated north side of
Koyal avenue and corner of McKinnlS
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot and
cold water, closet; woodshed; young
bearig fruit trees; streets on three
sides; fine view. Price $1,800. $90u
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen's
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all cleared; lane
alongside and back. Price $1,000:
half cash, halance easy at 7 ','.
One lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street, $1,050,
for sale exclusively.
150 acres Improved land, buildings
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
all under cultivation, $15,000. If yon
can handle this, don't delay; It's a
bargain; terms can he arranged.
160 a ires good farm land in Delta,
about 3% miles from river, near Scott
road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
Pan of lol 309, joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
Half casb,   .lump.
2 lots, 20, 21; No. 20, $170; No. 21,
(corner) $175. Durham ami Second
streets.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month. Only $1,050.
��ffFor thc above four properties a
special price will be made to one purchaser,
LOYAL  ORANGE  LODGE, NO,
���Meets  fn  Orange1 hall first I
third Friday In each month at il
m.    Visiting brethren are cordlir
Invited to attend.    W. I'ope, ff.^
James Humphrey, Rec.-Sec.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, N0.M
The regular meetings of th - M|
are held in Oddfellow-, I a      ���-
bia street, every Mod lay eveiil
at 8 o'clock.    Visiting brethreio
dially Invited to attend.   S. Grejo
N. O.; C. S. Richmond. V. G.', W.i
Coatham, R. S.;  J. W. MacDouH|
F. S.; Alex. Adams, Treas.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE N��.J|
���Meetings the flrst anel third Ti��|
day In each month. Visit
brethren cordially invited to aitetil
Lodge room, A. 6. U. W. hall, Oddl
fellows' block, Clarkson street. Cj
S. Corrfgan, recorder; Louis W|
master workman.
POSE   OF COLUMBIA    LODGE No.I
115,   SONS  OF  ENGLAND. B. &-
Red lto.se Degree meets Second o
Fourth Wednesday of i
in  K. of P.  Hall, (Vela:
s p. tn., While Rose Dei
Wednesday   in   each n
time and place.    Vis.'
cordially     invited.      E.
combe, Pres., H. Disnev,
COURT BRUNETTE, No
���Meets the Fourth Frl
month nt R o'clock, in
hall, Oddfellows' blue;,.
brethren are cordially Im
tend. .1. B. Rushton, C.
Maxwell, R. S.
<li ninni
1 la SL, at |
,.,., Feinrli I
. th, saa
Brethren |
.     StlDCt
��� taff.
JfeflO,  I.O.P. I
|,V   ill   tl>��
;,. small
Visiting
,d in at'
; F.f'
Body is Recovered.
Trail, li. c, July il.���After a
month, the Columbia river has given
up Its dead, The body ��� f Chi��f Joe
Feel's little girl, who disa] peared
aboui four weeks sine i, was loc ited
a coup),, of elays ago by Rev. Mr.
Smythe and f. \v. Warren, who were
out fishing. Tho little body was badly decomposed but quite recognizable.
Chief iwvitt was notified, aid Immediately took charge of the renjains,
chief,roe was communicated, with and
came, io the city, departing later with
the remains, which will be Interred at
the   Indian   cemetery   in   Washington I
territory. |
HO.
Telephone   333
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
ErOflt   Street Telephone   333
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.SSW
A. O. F.���The regular meetings w
this Lodge are held on the Secon"
and Fourth Tuesdays of each monu
at 8 p. m. In the Oddfellows HS".
Visiting Brethren nre cordlaly'��'
vlted to attend. E3. C. Firth, C. �����>
K. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every WedneMM
at 8 o'clock p. m��� ln Oddfellows
Hall, Columbia street. Vl�����
Brethren are cordially Invited tow
tend, Geo. Burr, S. O.J N. -,( Br��r"
Sec.
80N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFiT AS
80CIATION, LORD OF THE I8LBJ
CAMP, 191.���Meets on Ihe I'''1 '; ,!
Third Tuesday of every '��""!'
K. of P. Hall. John McM���
Chief; J. J. Forrester. Rec Sao-^
IHE MORNING WER IS TBE O
tm FOR MBIKB ���ay
JL't-t
',?07
M
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
NOTICE.
SADiAM    HOME-
.ATIONS.
age, to
section of
Is  OF  CA
|ead REgl   ^^^^^^^
d Lands with-
Lay Bel; la British Colum-
he bom    *   ed by any per-
thesol   bead of a family,
Bis ovi '������-of
0f 21--^  ^^^^
more
iuS(   . ersonally at
;'in,l offi ��� be district in
' un,! :- ���
pesteadei required to per-
conli'   ' mected there-
���'. .... .wing plans:
,cas. , iths' residence
. :   the land In
, mother, if the
" ������ home --tea i
In the vicinity
:be   require-
... i.e satisfied
Tenders fcr L ;?-*��� ���,.- -
Dominion La ndi   - ....
Br.is-  Columfc a
2. .
-t  :'
ts
SKA!.Eli TEN
Commissi 	
Departm) at   f thi Inti
ed on the ������: I
ber Berth S
._: this ; iect
noon or.   '.'.'���
July. 1907   '      . license
on Berth  N'o,
situate
��� ��� given t is.  thirty
tn apply to
* d nl mt of
��� ���'��� -  taiBstaa to
-'��� ���    ���'���'���     ������'��������� ��� arte: from
:   ���  "-;--   lescribed ] .nds  situate
- '-'   ������        ���-       ..    .
C.aim^^T
4''���' lag u post
Te-eaers for a L cerse tc Cu'. T -rbc  eighty chains and so._:.h eighty cha.ns
w D,  ...   ;_.3-;S   - ��i-t Prev.nce   t0   potal   of  000 r.o :.  ��� .v.e-..:
cf B-:��-  C:-nfc.i. ;      a*"***^      ���    '    ?
i  :.-   _>fo    . >:..>.-    thence    west    i   .
:...-  south�� ��..: ��� . twins  :���..-: o.i_;-.-
tj   chaina aad north eight]  chains be
point   ot  commencement
:  v rHOMPS ^n
Now Westminstei  Q   C   Stith Maj
i��07.
Sesled    Tenders    addressed to the
Commissi .Dominion Lan Is  D
. arl meat .���   Int*. lor  and marked
on the ��� . [esodei  ftw   -
 Berth N >  '..     .->... :,e received a; ::..>
tnted S.  E   corner ..    .-  n miles   Department  until  15 o'cloci noon oo
from the mouth of North Fork of  Wednesday   the  24th ..... ot Ju j   I    I
for ��� '.-.cense to cut timber on
K sumgall .:-.-. river    tfjove   Kitsumgallum   lake, then.--    routing   as
v     chains
--    M     .. .-
Ne   ���"���-"������  comprising  '..mis  situate  in
I   chains east, 40 chains north.   *e Province   >t British Columbia, to
���     '  *      - ���  -    -���'   "      batns  south,  40  the Bast of Chehalls Creek and Lake
___________  '   " ^^ �������* to T-int   and comprising 5 blocks, described M
umMa -- - N    U-Commen lng at post
* on  the   west side cf Chehalis | P^ted ,��� the head of KitsumgaUum
Tenders for L ztnst to Cut T.mber on
Dominion Lands in t'i? Province of
British  Columbia.
. ���
Lake aci   lescribed as follows
Tin ���      "' ���       -     i-inc. ,
.u ,   _.    , - It enters la
'���'-������ ' '������ idsi  ,
. . ��� ., ��.. - chains
which lie I   the west ..is Lake l
Ifl  chains
������������-:  InnM	
south of the mouth of Kitsumgallum
thence to   Uon .
south,    to  of   th<
sf.ai.kp TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner at Dominion Lands
Departmenl of the interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for nm
Wr Berth No 538," tr-iii bn reeeiTed
a)  this Departmenl    until 12 o'clock
the
I
e -  his pernian
(pace u] ��� ag land own
..'.   ot his home
Ee ents   a.-  !o resi
!
and ou:?:d<- ; Block
.. :             -- '. the nort
halt   t Section 2S, t
Beet loi
Dorth-easi -     on 34, Section '.'���'
with   the   -'���''���'
cast                    - Section
the sou             of Si thes
west quarti      I  Si and tl
Bouth-e   st quarti >���      m '���'. in
��� ;.     .���   :   West ���
the T'I:  Meridian, containing a:, an
Q" ���"      less to the shore.
- sh   ������ ��� .   .   ���   ..��� eon,.
.���
\ ,  | j...,-.....
intH about  I -    bains south of the   ary
follows
Btock I.���Comprising thai portkiy
oiitst.j,' rimber Berth No 4t Bkx i I
and Timber Berth 254 Block I, ol 9ec-
;'->a-.,sai,i i.  K.in:c     I   \\'<>i       	
Sth Me Idlan,   containing an noon on Wedneada)   the Sisi  d.i^   o.
area of ������>"  i     ;  more or less July, 1907, f.*r a license to cn\ timbei
Bkx* !    Bounded on the we*   :> on   Berth   N.      J     com rising   lands
Cheat   -                   ie                imbei Mtuate tn the Province ot British Col
.   ��� post   Ben . . is Bl ��� . I and th< easl bound- umhfa, and described as feltowi
of same      tduced    northerly tei Timber  Berth  NO   ^'.>:   corni    Mng
e- north-cast quarter ot Section t.">.
said
���, :'..-
:.  -
I Is
by residence
in writing should
of 4.:'."
'!":.������ berl    musl    e survi
.���nmissioner of Do-     '                        the d       ot Ko   14.���C      ..   .   og at post
awa of intention   awarding        berth :  the  north  w   -      >rner of
Th,    ..     tion    inder   w     b a 11- ��� N^  ^- --������- e I   chains west,
I purchased at $10   cense wil     ������    Issued,      -         Inted '         dns south, 40 chains east, 160
for so:       ���   and $20 for an-   forms        ender and enrelo   ���   maj 'ns
than   320 acres   obi  Ined at this Di      tment or al the ' ' ''
��� ,-. :        me individual oi     :;; ������   ol      i   Crown Timber Agent ai ' laim  No.  45.���Commencing at thu
r           il  the rate of ten   \ew Westmins ���     B. C l,;:'' corner ol location No. -14.
,:.   a  tend                     a    an]    lied then '    4,)   ��bai,is   west'   !,:''   'hains
, an ace             eque   n a chartei d "   ��� :-   l0 cnalna ,,;ls:' l60 Pbains north
an     o favo    ft!    Deputj   >f   th. '"   " :;: '��� commencemenl
Minister of the    iterl      foi  'V- am- Claim No,   16.���Post  planted at the
mnt   if the bonus which the applicant j aorth west corner of location No. 42,
' T.  I. N     ^H thence Tim.vr Berth 2PS    Block 2,    on fl ^^
s   ��resi   ll hains  muth, tO   north        Hmbe   I th :��� ���  Btock I and  thai  portion ol   the north-west   state
< ito point and 29S Blocl  -    md  in        ��outh bj ;;enrte'r ot Section tt not covered ;>>
ocemen Ttmbi    Berth 254 Block 1   containing Timber Berth 171  (being appro*
N'o. 4 post an area of ".          -                less tetj  the north 26 chains)    in  Town-      ��>;iarato tenders r.-ir t:*t> tnroe ar
the north west  i  rner of Blo> .       -   imm a Ing  . aouth ship S, Range 27, Wesl of   the   Sth  tides   m. . engine, boiler and derrick
N    12  then -       iins west, c.is:         ...    of   Timber     I - ft   _h,v Meridian, containing a:;  area
eains a mth   I I .   ...-    east,  160 Block . theni - n 'tli-easter'.y at ri.sh; acres, nmn' or less
tenders FOR DERRICK, SCOW.
BC>  .Ei;   A\_?   E\C,l\E
V: N.      .s .        .:.
I ..: Ottawa  aa I marked pa
��� :  ope    "Tenders   for   Scow     Stt    ������
Engine, Boilstr aa;  Den . ���. '.��� i   I
-: Q    :-    Oolum        .-    tn
for sv.i��  .-.'.���--.!���     ' rec . e
to 1ho
Mth  DAI   OF ."."..'.   I
tor supplying and delivering  .:-   VTo
toria, a woodwi scovi   and lhe erec*
tion on board ot a steel derrick i��...i
:.,\>:;..c engine   boiler and othei  a.-
cessories  acoordtng  to  specification
;.:*.' (or supplying and delivering a:
Victoria where directed, a double cj
Under tandem hoisting engine, winch
to bave tour hoisting drums and two
winch heads, an upright stevi tub .
steam  boiler ot   '    horsfl power ca-
; sell)   and r< structural steel dei I
Specifications at tni macntniy; an.i
.-.eras ot :bo derrick can he obtained
at the Department hem, at thi
o of this Depai tment \ Ictai i at
the Customs House, Vancouvei an:.
tv.<> Custom a House, Nea Westmin
s:er. B   C
readerei - rau ���    tu   Ish    plans   cr
:he> boilers and engines offered, and
the earliest    possible time in
.> hich ihej   a 111   agree to make th i
ie-: rerj
Avarate'  lenders  fesr the Ihe-e
irth to poini of c aimence-   angles      the   easterl; larj    of
said Bei tb 2,s Bio ::���. .. 2 mill - th m e
north-west^ Ij .,��� right angle s " isl
course, 'i chains; thence south a-est-
cri. a right angles to I is > ourse, 2
miles isterly boundarj of said
north to point of commence-   B*rih 29S Block 2: thence south-east-
n.i'
The berth musi be surveyed
,uie year after the date of the
awar '.ins: the berth.
Tin' regulations under which a
e-i".iM' un be    Issued,   also
forms of tender and envelope
";  ;  will   be re'.i-he.i.  and   separate  ten-
tiers tor 'bo scoa  or tenders for all
within   together,
j(V      An accepted cheque on a chartered
Canadian bank equal to 209   ot the
ij.  whole amount of the' tender must ac-
printed   compan?   each tender,      'I'he chequi
u,. n be accompanying    the   tender   accepted
��� ton of -       pounds shall   -
|    . JS llUtJ.Ut.
W. W. CORY,
I       Minister of the in
lerlor.
MJnaii'.ii
^^publication prepared t^^|^_____________._______________l
will  not be  peiiei
AND REGISTRY  ACT.
Ei il application li is
\ ter Florence Mary
I as thi      aer In Fee Simple
mSili 'is ed tr mi The Cor-
Dtthi:    ���     t of Burnabj-, to
' :..���.'.' eai lng dal    I ie
p/ Marc     \. D., 1902, of all
.. : tain   ; a-- el   or
remises    si: .......
��� District ot New
Province of Bri-
ire particularlj
It ��� ��� ���! as subdivisions
Ision "A" of li : 2 I,
ou are herebj ���e-
i i lalms  o��  the
���.  forty-five  days
���   fl 'si  publication
wise I shall regis-
veleigh as owner
-��� :" 11   hereby  direct
. ��� notice tor thir-
,::;.,;��� publish-
' v W .   will  he good
" thereof.
-b- Land Registry Office,
: Province of British
The' highest ..,��� anj  t mdei
essari     accepti I
No ten li - bj  ti legr iph will
tertaine !.
PERLEY G   KEYES,
Secret iry,
Department of the Interior,
SO  �� bains w.v,
���     I ains ��� ist,  ���
'. '    chains
.   - south,
SJUth       t.e
Tenders for License to Cut T.mbe'- on
Dominion Lands in the Pro.'ence cf
British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressi I I the
Commissioner of Dominion Land.-.
Department of the Interior, an 1 marked "ti the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No, 51S." will received
.at this Department until 12 o'i '. i :k
:. i in ob We Ines lay, the 24th day of
Jul;. 19 '7. f ir .i license to e it I Imb
on Berth No 51S, comprising lands
situ ite I i the Pro\ Ini e of B Itish Col ���
. . la :.' the wesl 'if Chi' a Is Crei k
..:: 1 desi ribed ee; toll iw 3
Tl .,'��� r Bi th N e. ".' , tnprlsln :
Lhat pe [ou of Section 2 I' ing north
eef Timber Berth 2V" and tha! portion
I ���  chains eas\   10  chain
,.��� .      ilnt of commencement.
Claim No. IT.���Post pi inte i at the
north west corner of location No. 44,
thence 10 chains west, 160 chains
north, 10 chains eas-. 160 chains
south ��� . ; iinl of c immene ement,
Cl n No. 4S.���Post planl 11 about
I ��� ' ;:es n irth of the north wes1
corner of T.,'... No. ::���'��� . thence l��!l
i h iin west, I I chains - > ith, 160
chains e ist, more or less I i river.
thence al in - ri\ er to p -���'���' ������ ��� om
������ ��� ai ement,
Claim No. 41     Post    lanted al the
north   west        aer    of    T,   '.   7943,
thence i-'--i chains    w 'st,    10   chains
south,   160   chains   e es-.     I'    chains
��� e poinl    f i >mn ence uent,
Claim No. 50.- Pe s- pi ml i ab iul
60 ch ilns v. i :' ot Lhe noi b ������ isl corner of location No. 4v then i SO
chains west, -1 chains north, v i chains
east, 80 chains so ith to poinl of coalmen ement.
Claim No. 51.- ��� Post planl - i at the
south west  corn r of T. I.. No. 7943,
we'.--.    ' i   e hains
east,     I1'    chains
erly .. ong said boundary to place of
beginning, excluding therefrom anj
port! o oi Timbei Berth 30S, which
might fall wi iin the same, containing
an area of ^it   icres, more' or less,
Block t. ��� Commencing at .1 point
on th easterlj boundarj of Timber
Berth 302 Block 1, 6 chains Southeasterly from the north-easl corner
thereo . thence south-easterlj along
Bald eas irly boundarj v' chalns.more
or less, to the angle In satd east te
bound e' if Timher Berth 302; thence
north easterly, al right angles to hist
course ellowlng tbe boundarj ot s.u.l D<
Berth .. 40 chains; thence north-
westi iai ���'.' id    to Brsi course so ���
chains, more or less, to    correspond
with length of   flrsl course;    thence
south-westerlj     paralled    to    second
course    10 chains, I i   poinl of commenci      :.'. con  ilntn;   a ar< a ot --''
-. ,i: ire ir les,
Bl k k ."..   I  immen   ng a! a poin: on
the eastei Ij   shoi e of Cheh eiis  Lake,
50 chains southerlj    trom   northerlj
nd of   s iid lake;   then ie southerlj
along sal I easterlj  -'. ��re ot lake, lm^
miles In  lire I di ii tm >, with a depth
of 67 chains em said east sheen-, measured at  right   angles    tei the general
o talned at this Department or at the
offlce of the Crown  rim       \.. ���:���.   ..:
New   Westminster. It. C
Bach tender must  lie accompanied
will be forfeited tf the part) tender*
lng declines to on'-o- Into n contracl
or fer.is to complete the work con>
traded tor, and each cheque will be
hy nn accepted cheque on a chartered  returned Immediately in case of non.
hank in favour of the- Deputj  of the acceptance ot a tender.
Minister of the Interior, for the  am-       The   Department   does  nol   bind   I'-
ount of the bonus which th,' applicant  ���*���' ','' aocepl tho towesi or anj ten-
is prepare.I  to -pay tor a license'.
The hlghesl or anj tender nol uec-
essarily   ri r e I
N.i tender bj  telegraph will be entertained
PERI EY G   KEYES,
Secretarj
irtment Of the Interior.
Ottawa. Maj 30th, 1907.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
der
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement wither! authorlt) from the
Department ��ill nol he' paid.
F   QOURDBAU,
Deputj  Minister o( Marine and
Fisheries
Ottawa, Canada, 28th May, 1907
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Brltlnh  Columbia  CoSIt  Lln*
Service.
TIME T\ULE
U.   C.   Co est   Line   Scrv'CC.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject iei change withoul notice).
Steamer.
10 chains wesl of
! ner  of   T,   L.   N i.   7943,
���! iin-    ue' it,   10 chains
he - ml li ��� a -' cor-
lence   150
south,    150
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of Section  32    outside Timber Berth
26-1 and aaid Berth 2S0, in T iwnship I ~;	
I lence 1 GO ch >'������ -
4. Range 30, Wesl of the 6th Meri lian;
also the north half and the south-easl   ,;'>n"'  !'" ''! tl:'~
quarter of Section 26, the north half      \.b'' b ,n! ��f commeD """'!''
and the south west  quarter   Section      ' 1:,lm  N"'  ;>-'-p��at  l,lantf!d !,,"HU
L'e. Lhe ea il hail Section -���   :'.. ��� north i
half Section 32,    Sections 33,  ll
atiei those- portions of Sectin") 25 and]
3G outside Tim* or norths 2>", :tl ;:-i I
'27l'. in Township t, Range 1, Wesl of
the' Tth Meridian; also Sections 3, I.
: 5, the north half eimi south-easl quar-
! ter Section R, Sections T. S, the north
half and the south-west qua; ter S iction 9, the south-east qu trier Sect! m
claiming  an.v   10, the south half Section 1.6, the south
I by virtue of  half and the north-wesl quartei  Sec-1
TAKE NOTICE thai an application
has been made to register Francis C,
Honour as the' owner In  tee simple,
under a tax sale deed from the Maj'or
and Treasurer of   the Cltj  ot   N'ew
Westminster,   to   Francis   ('.    Honour.
bearing date tiie. 2nd daj  ot October,|Princess Beatrice
A. iv  1908,   of all and singular that'Princess May	
certain parcel or tract of    land and  Princess Beatrlci
premises situate, ring and  being in   Princess May ���
lhe City of Now Westminster, in the  Princess Beatrice.
Province of Hrltldi C.ilnmhi-i. more' '': "" '"���' I I. . . .
bearing ol laid easterlj shore of lake particularly known and described a; Princess Beatrice,
within the lock, containing au area Subdivisions 17, is. 19, of Lol 8, sub- Princess May ....
of 1,340 a res, more or less urban hlork 9. I'rinoe.,.  itr;nn.I
The berth musl   be surveyed with-      Vou and each of you are required to      VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE
In one year  itter the  late of the no-  contest   the   claim   eef   the   tax  pur-  S.S. Princess Vlatorlu leaves Vancou-
lice awardiua the berth, |chaser within forty-five days frotnthe    ver, l p.m. daily.
The   regulations  uuder which a 11-1
cense will be    Issues,   also    printed
Leaves Van. uver.
��� ��� ��� July ii, 1! p. rn.
��� .July 12, ll p, m.
- .July 19, ll p. m.
���. .July 26. n p, m.
��� An-'..  2,   11 p, m.
��� Aug, :i, 11 p, m.
.Aug,    III,   1 1    ;>   m.
��� ���  Aug, 23, 11 p.m,
\' ���'..  30,   11   p ni.
h '1 iy of April, A. 1)..
C,   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar
i with this notice,
through or under
-elllS
! lan
mth-i isl
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trument, and all   tion 17, the aorth halt aad s
any Interest in the  quarter Section 18, ihe' south halt and
������it. whose title is   uorth-wesl quarter Section   19,   and
ler the'  provisions  those portions of   Sections 1,2,   the
!'l!li       Istrj  Act," shall be   easl half Section 11, and Sei ! in  12,
I ��� :   and  debarred  from I west of   Timber Berths 272 and 302
'H to or in respect   In Township ���">, Range 1
^^^^^^H I <���______________________���
��� halns east,   10 chains north to point
o? commencement,
Located  M iy 3,  1907
Local irs:
WILLIAM  MOODY,
FR \\.<  VANDALL.
Ageut, !���'. VANDALL.
NOTICE.
NOTK'I-: | Imrobl
' ij ��� after date, we Inten I to apply io
Hi ��� Hon, Chief C itn n il ner 4-1
Lands and Works tor a Bpeolil
Ho in e to c ;��� and i in away tinier from the following d scribed
Wesl eif tin' lar. is, Bltuated In the i iasl district-
Section 12. tin.      Beginning
iati
���*sss9> sold for taxes as ! Tth  Meridian;    also   	
"   '    south-1 of small hay south side of Broughtoli
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NOTICE.
thirty days after   tn(>''t' or loss
east, quarter Section
Range 2. West ot   the
containing nn area
^^^^^( plan'"el
east of Hunker
date of tin'.firsl publication ot thU
uotiee. otherwise I shall register
Francis C. Honour as owner thei iot
i-i fee, \nd i dlrei I thai publli ������
of this nolle e. in b d illj new spaper
published In- Now Westminster for
thirtj daj - ah ill be good an 1 Bufflcl-
ent sei'v Ice hen of,
Dated al the Land Rei la r; Offlce,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 19th day ot M irch,
A. I>. 1907.
('. S.   KEITH,
Districl Registrar,
T ' i leoi 'i>- w. Jamieson, 11  i
All persona Beived ��Ith this notice,
tnd those claiming through or under
them, and all persona claiming any
Interest In the- said land by virtue of
anv unregistered Instrument, anl all
persons claiming anj Interest In the
.��� aaid  land  by descent,  whoso tltls i:
fake notice that, thirty days atfer "", registered under the provisions ot
i intend to make application to  Ml"   "'���;""1   Registry   ^ct,"   ihall   be
Chief Commissioner of Lands and  forever estopped and  debarred from
forms of : a I ir and envelope, may be
������' lino i ai thl - Dei i:': monl or at the
oi"-. e of : a* ( row ii Timber Agenl at
N'ew Westminster, it. C.
Each te'iuiev m isl :> ��� accompanied
!>: ;in accepted ie ique en a chartered
bank In favour ot the Deputy of the
Mini iter of the interior, for the am-
oi nl of the bonus which the applicanl Is i repared to pay tor a license.
No tender bj telegi aph will be enti ���  lined.   The hi [he il or any tender
    noi necessarily accepted,
PERLEY O. KEYES
Secretary.
��� . thai 10   Departmenl of the Interior,
Otl iw i.  Apr'!  filth.  1907.
NOTICE.
Leaves Victoria >i ill;   al  l a.m.
\ [I  mJUIA-SKA I'l'I.K  ROU I -
PRINCES 1 BEA PRICE,
Leaves \ h I irla dailj excepl Mon lay
at 8:30.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTi,
S.S. Rlthet
Leaves   \'i. tori i   on   Tuesdaj   and
ETridaj eu 7 a.m., and leaves Non w i
tnlnatar on v. ������ ine idaj  and
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan
l.e- ivai \ in   ia\ er daily al I   10 p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
La ivei  .      ria ai   11  pan. on  1st,
th, and  Uth eai li month for I
uol.   leai ''������ Vli tori i    on    20th    for
uatslnd and wa
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Ste.imer Transfer
Leav-M   Ne'w   Westminster  nn   Man
lay.   r ii   lay,   Wednesdaj.   I
and Prldaj  al  3 p. m. and S
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ml Registry Act." 1 east  half Section 21, and  the
25, Township 5,   Island ahout one m
Lagoon, thence north  In chains, west.
80 chains,  nortii  80  chains,  east.    4)
rth Meridian,
oi
13,025    acres,
Land   Registrj      Leftveg Steveston Monday, Tuesday.
I Wednesday, Thursday and Baturdaj at
1 make application to     'l
.....; be Burvej id
{ chains,
widiin! chaina,
sou'
���   Coi
___H
tlmt
lands
"'! -r or Lan
'"  ' to cut and carry
m the follow
is and
car
lng du
��� om,!! nrlng at
lo of
eek an,]
he berth mei-". "-  - ,   ,   .
i one ^-enr after the date ot the notice h^fn
; awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will    be   issued,   also printed
' ���-��� s of tender and envelope, may be
ith
south
s mth
to
ell
10
chains,
ch iins,
chains,
east,
east
west
chains to | oint of commencement,
THE   M'LAUGHLIN   LUMBER   CO,
I.TL
Works for a license to cul  and carry  setting up any claim to or In respect  at 2 ���  m  wlth add,Uonal tr,   oa M(jn
awaj  timber trora the following des-  "r  lll('  s'll,l  Lmd so  aold   to*  taxes day at 6 a, m.
cribed lands, situ ite I In New West-  &���  provided  by  th
minster  districl. Act."
i.   Commencing al   a  post  set  on;
the Bouth banli of Cypresa creek aboul
three and a half miles wesl from 811-
ver creek, thence north eighty chains,
east    eighty    chains,    jouth    eighty
FUCK Al.MtM   IIOXKH.
chii ins    to
Van ver
n. C. May
1907.
'went; -Five
lant" | obtained at this Department or
the
Agent at >
chains, ami west oiKjity
point of commencement.
2.   Commencing at a post set close
to Ni),   1  stake,  t!ience>  north  eighty
so u tii
apply to thejjelghty chains, and east eighty chains
      FORESHORE LEASE3,
^_^_^m      "i    i v.niH.'-rivB | offlco ot th��� frown nmuui ^s- ,    N.0.jrP u hereby given that, CO dnys;lehaljus,   west,   etghlj    chains
kef Jaraes Sh��rPe-1 New Westminster, B. C. ,fter date, I intend to
���    ,t| "   '" chalns W08t; i    Each tender musl  be accompanied   ^   f,..pt  Commls3l?nl,.,   of  Lftnd8|t( 1K)lu, ���f commencement.
ns: thenea n',st so   by an accepted cheque een b caar'e^��Lnd Worka f0ra lease of the foreshorel   :t.   Commencing at a post set close
hank in favour Ot the Dt    ��� ��   right for  booming and milling   pure-ftp No. 1 stake, thence    west    eighty
Minister of the Interior, e..aI"* Loses, comprising the whole of a bay, pains,  so-ath  forty chains, east one
ount of the bonus wbicb tie app ca    I   Jyen the name ot independent Bay, Lundred and sixty chains, north forty
for :l   ' l.i��H>��mi about two miles south of the ihains and west eighty chains to point
, -is; Ihence oast SO :
;'    '    Hi 80 chains; Ihence
;" Point of con
immence-
'nini ,,,i|.
I
at.     a     post
south    of    James
.,     l    l8t;   thence wesl  10
 hains; thence
It,    " thence   north   SO
I     in    chains, to
i.e mt,
Is prepared t(| i':i.v
The. higheBt or any
essarily accepted,
No ien.l.a- bj telegraph
tertained.
, situated abou
tender not nee- ��� j^*��� j 0, Costl IgIand( on the east
bank of Kltlmat Arm, and about two
will be cn- j
PERLEY G. KEYCS.
S^rctary.
JAMES RIIARPE.'     De
ar! tm
nt of the Inter
i ir.
miles south from Kildala Arm.
Located April Sth, 1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY,   Locator.
FRANK VANDALL, Agent.
if commencement,
���i.   Commeni Ing al a posi ;"' on the
wa;    belt   line,  distant  a'out  six
idles north of the north shoe.' ol
[arrison b.bo, thence west eighty
ihains,    n irth    el ch ilns,    east
Folio.vlii'; Is the location and  num-
bei of the' Bre alarm boxes In the city:
6���Asylum.
6���Koyal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon an i Tenth.
S���'Royal avenue and  Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
.12��� St.   Mary's  Hospital.
],'!���Second and Park Row.
14��� C"'-nihiii  and  Dufferln.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and  Sixth.
24���....iii avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  avenue and  Fourth.
2fi���Fifth avenue nnd Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
Eat-^Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
22���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C.P.B.  Station.
42���Small and Btirkland   Mills.
7  a.  rn.;   Frl.lav at  6 a.  in. additional
trip Saturday b p. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leavps   New  Westminster,  s  a.  m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves ChllliWftfik 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday*, calling at
'anilines between New Westminster
>nd Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8. 8. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 8 p.m. 2nd
and llth of each month, calling at
Skldegata on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure are approximate.
For   reservations   and   Information
"all or address
KT). OOTFLRT.
Agent, New Westminster.
E.  T. COYLE.
4ast. Oen. Pans. Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROTTP.
Oeneral Superintendent, Victoria,   I
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY, JUly.5
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FIVE ACRES
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���<��� (.lood   fruit   land,  four miles from Westminster on good road,
���  acres cleared! an ideal fruit and chicken ranch.
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PRICE $400
is $10 cash, balance $15 per month.   For sale exclusively by
W. J. KERR
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Fire   and   life   insurance  agent,   Real  Estate Broker
* 276-278 Columbia St. Westminster.B.C. Phone 170
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Here's Your Chance
Three-fifths acres on the upper side of Sixth Ave.
between Moody Square and the 12th street tram
line; streets on three sides.
PRICE $1 500 ON TERMS.
This lot, long desired by many investors, has just
come into the market. " It has a beautiful situation, with a frontage of 99 ft. on the avenue. It
lends itself to profitable subdivision. Don't delay
if vou wish to own it.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. m
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT SHEET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
Funeral of Alex. Ewen. ' vC^X^OX^^O^^*^"0-*10^,'?
The   mortal  remains    of  the    late   >j
Alex. Ewen were laid to rest in the   ___,
Oddfellows' cemetery yesterday afternoon, a large number of the friends
of the deceased following the body to
the grave.   It was perhaps one of the
most representative funerals ever seen ;
in the Royal city, men of e\ery rank
; in life being notice 1 in the procession.
Old friends of the family, who had
I known Mr, Kwen for many years, men
: who rank among the most successful
business men of the day. men who
i eaiti their dally bread by the sweat of
their brow,  while men.  Chinese and
Japanese, followed the casket to the
I cemeterv, paving their lasl tokens of
i respect to the memory of the departed
: pioneer.
The pall bearers were all old friends
of the family, the six being F. J. Hart,
Peter Birrell. T. Briggs, George Alexander. George Turner and Aid. B. W.
Shiles.   in addition to the Immediate
relatives, the principal mourners were'
H.   Hoy,  H.   Doyle,    D.    McPheraon,
James Blackle, John  Hendry, representing ilie- V. \V. & Y and the W. V.
W.   &   IC.  Colonel  Scati.   \V.   J.   Kerr.
Mr. Baker, W. Ladner. Mr, Cassady,
���). J. Jones,  L,   Howay, J.  S. Cluti.
Mr.  McNeill.  .1.   li.   Brymner,    Sheriff
Armstrong,  II. L. DeBeck, D. Rowan,
W. D. Burgess. |.. Munn. H. Bell-Irving,   Capt.   Rogers,   H.   Gilley,  T.   A.
Mtlir, J,   H.  Vidal.    T. .1.  Trapp    and
many others.
Many  Japanese   flsnermen   arrived
from down river points, over twenty
fishing boats being tied    up at    the
Sixth  street  slip.    Flying  from  every
masthead was a piece of black crepe.
i silent symbol of respect to the de-
j parted.
A  large number of floral tokens of  X*^*^*!^^*^*:^***^*:*:******:*.
I sympathy
| Preserving Kettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc., Etc. j?
Por THIS WEE
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t&     These   goods    are
splendid    satisfaction,
recommend  them.
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P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
BR.GHTEN
YOUR HOME
BY USING
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
Agents  for   "KLEENO" tt
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Tissue Paper
Paper Napkins
Chinese Lanterns
Fans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives
were  received,  tli
ing contributing:
Mrs. Alex. Kwen and family, pillow;
employees  Sch.aake's  machine   works,
pillow, tat rest i:  Mr. and .Mrs. David
Douglas.    K.  .1.  Hart,    A. 0.  U.  W.
Lodge No. 3, anchors;   Schaake .Machine   Works,   Ltd.,   broken     column:
Mrs. F. Eickhoff,  Mr. and    Mrs.    IJ.
Doyle. Rival City Mills, crosses'   Mr.
and  Mrs. H. Schaake, gates ajar.   W.
B.   Sinclair.   Mr.   and   Mrs.   G.   Alex-
lander, l Van.I, Mr. and Mis. R. Wurch,
(Van.),   Mr. anei  Mrs.  John   Hendry,
(Van.I,   Lieut.   Col.   and   Mrs.   J.     ('.
Whyte. Co-directors of V. W. & Y anel
V.  V. &  E..  Mr.  and   Mrs.  W.G,  McQuarrie. B. C. Packers, Mr. and Mrs.
R. Livingston and family, Mr. and Mrs.
.1. Livingston, employees    of   Ewen's
i cannery.   Mrs.   M.   M.     English     and
| family. D. ,1. Munn, (Montreal), West-
j minster club, Mr. and .Mrs. R. Sit ,''ii-
e son, Mr. and Mrs. p. Birrell, Mr. anl
I Mrs. \V. X. Draper. 11. Brooks, (Van I,
! Mr.   and Mrs.   George  Adams.  Judge
| and Mrs. Morrison,   (Van.-, wreaths;
. Mr. and Mrs. J, J. .Jones, Mr. and .Mrs.
H. M. Streight. Mr. and Mrs. .). Young,
Mrs. and  Misses  M. Draper,  Mr. and
Mrs.   .1.   Sou.   Mr.   a.id   Mrs.    T.    .1.
Cosens,   Ms-,   and   Mrs.   Eickhoff,  Br.,
.Mr.  ami  Mis.   W.  ,1.  Armstrong,  Mr.
anel Mrs. (1.  Meade, Mr.  and Mrs.  H,
O. Bowie. Mr. and Mrs. I). Currle, Mr.
and Mrs. .1. Harvey, Sheriff and Mrs.
Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. D. Murchie,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chamberlin, Capt.
and jVUss Pittendrigh, Alex, ami    Hie
Misses   Henderson.   Mr.   and   Mrs.   .1.
Wise and family, Mr. and Mrs. Green
and family, Miss C. D. King. Mr. and
Mrs.   Thornbur,   Mr.   and   Mrs.     McGregor, Captain and Mrs. .1.  L Card.
M;-. and   Mrs. .1.  Lewis.  Bprays,
KEEP YOUR
VALUABLE
PAPERS
IT'S  THE
LITTLE THINGS
that, fnrptten, make life
miserable when camping
LIME JUICE for the thirsty
LEMONADE
TOOTH POWDER for
cleanliness
SOAP for cleanliness
SPIRIT KETTLES for
speedily ma/ting 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. By the use of them
you can get twice as much fun out
of,. cur morning dip.
See Our Window For Camping
Requisites
T. A. MUIR
Till DRUGGIST    -   Columbia St.
IN   A
AT
Safe Deposit
BOX
New Stock Patterns
- OF -
in tup:;
J.J. MACKAY fir COS I i firc. pr00f vaults
BOOKSELLERS       STATIONERS
and NEWS DEALERS
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50c RETURN
OP
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT COT, Ltd.
Paid up Capital. $100,000
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
TO
** Real estate agreements of
sale purchased on short notice
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS  LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8   A. M.     TO    11   P. M As Usual
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., im.
BLACK3B BLOCK
F. J. HART, Manager
JUST OPENED
AT-
MORELS
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding gifts.
^�����**.��^��**������*^^������
Westminster
Transfer Co,
Office 'Phone \Hh.      Uerra 'I'Uone 157
Columbia St.
3aggage delivered    promptly to sny
>art of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Tram Depot
The material of these garments comprise �� 'ieureii. J
chnmliniy. pique, crash and glrtghams.    Thesi , .   ..''J*
washrjng and you will find them Indespenslble ,������,   u
summer wear.   Our prices are so  reasonable I ,.. '���
���' VM
io purchase.
Whie and Colored Summer Blouses are also on
due tions.   All ihis season's designs with eithei . .
We show our line worth up to  $1.25 anil $1.50, to i ...   ,'$15/),.J
Another line worth T.'.c. to clear at	
JAPANESE SILK  PETER PAN  WAISTS,
These. Waists are made' in Japan and have. enn.:.. ...
ed In sill..   They are something entirely new and   - ���
Remnants of all hinds are t 1 be placed on oui   round      \\> jJ
some hundreds of remnants which are all marked Ig redid
for speedy clearance.   This wick only.
W.S. COLLISTER &C
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
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SEE OUR WINDOW
FOR OUR GREAT DISPLAY]
OF DOLLAR WATCHES
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W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELED
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Established 1887
Incorporate
Gilley Bros, ii
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
:
WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
WELLINGTON   V/ASHED   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.
MANITOBA   WOOD  FIBRE
NEW  BRUNSWICK PLASTEH]
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
J   COMOX COAL AND COKE. COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL|
BRICK.
Prom the Clayburn Clay I  j
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN    ���   : I
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
I Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Resident 1221
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BUL1ET IN
Great Northern Railwayl
$17.40   Spokane   and   return.      Ace- anl
Baptist  Young  People's   Jniun.   Tickets on sale
.July 2 and .'!, return limit July 10. _
Fare and Onc-lhird for round trip to local
points in Washington on account of Fourth of Juty'
Tickets on sale July.'! and 4, return limit July 6-
$5.55 Seattle and return. Account Twenty-
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