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 Tiite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
VOLUME 2, NUMBER 130
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 4
190*
10 CENTS PER WEEK
C. LOGGERS DECIDE     ONE LONE REPORT      DEMOCRAT SPIEL       \mUD BAY LOGGING
TO CLOSE ALL CAMPS..    HEARD IN COUNCIL
INJURE. PARKER
STOPPED BY TAX
rhirteen Hundred Men Will  Be Out of Employ mer /n
June 29    Low Price of Logs Responsible For T <?
cision Arrived At���Meeting Yesterday.     ^
-*        _��
COQUITLAM     TELEPHONE      COM-   SMASH    MEAN'S   BROKEN   SHOUL
PANY      GRANTED     PERMISSION
TO  BRING   POLES   INTO  CITY.
,...,_    ; th,   British Colum-
. latl* ii held In    the
,     . .  i-   Powell street,
l       iv, lay  i tternoon,    il
.    | ,wn nil camp3
Oi*   Bhul   ,b wn   to   coui-
i   satui  ay,  Jun*   29.    There
ty-nh represented,
,1 output ol   13,250, 'eel   per
���   was made on ac-
thousan !. Last ivi e one boom
changed hands foi $4.50 ;i 'mmm 'n'i
The aveimm, price al esi ol is fron,
$8.f>0 to $10 a thousand, and the loggers experience considerable difficulty
in disposing of tie" supply on hand.
Th'. demand is no' equal iei the sup-,
ply, ainl in consequence, the mills
have been gradually forcing down
j prices until the loggers feel that it is
Lasl  night's  council  meeting    cnn-      Twelfth  streel   and   the   corner   oi
sisied   salely   oi   routine   business,   a   ..j,   ,   avenue,   was   Ih*    scene    of    ;,
serious accident yesterday aboul   five
p.  in.,   which   result* I   in    a   broken
-:." eiih r   tor   \".   Pai ker,    of    Mount
Vancouver.      .Mr.    Parker,
der for  driver���lady  and Camps in District Compelled to Suspend Operations Owing
children escape to Prohibitive Tax on Export Timber    Death Blow
to Industry    All Booms Tagged.
small list of communications wer*
read by the clerk ami legislated mi.
ami only one' report, read by Alder.
man Grey, as chairman of the special
committee appointed to reporl on the Pleasant,
n  condition of 'ho; time I ���   them in retaliat*
. -
. -;eni
.smuch  as  logs    were'     "With   the   logins   contractors,   it
low that   it   was   was  a  < ise ot  closing   lown    at   the
m,a ter of the Coquitlam Telephone who was driving ;, team hitched to a
Co., bringing their poles into the city, Might democrat, was accompanied by
was beard.    The   reporl   was  a-   foi- U      w   ()]>(>n    ._ ,   ..        fwo    yQung
children,   whom   !;��� . .corting to
Six small logging camps near Mil tax of from one to three cents ., lin il
Baj have been recently cloBed by fool is the death blow to the inlus-
Timber Inspector .Murray, who has try, as most of tin.' timher has been
tagged    all     cut     timher.     station. 1: bought   with  a   view   to  making   from
watchmen hi places where booms
Half to one cent  per  foot  profit,  'mil
. . nil*   them  with  any; mm enl lime, or running at a loss for
fii   taking consideration  the a couple of months, mm: then closing
vages    eel  'hi' high  down  earlier than  usual.    We  prefer
...    ail kinds, in .-Ui-.. down for a tim*  now, and re-
���),js    di   .-'<���'i    practically    means  sum*' operations later, II there is any
���   three   ,vei       from   nexl   Satur-  necessity," ren i   a :        ominent log-
ed   wen   who  are  ;einM man yesterdaj evening, speaking
the  lumber  camns|to  th..   N'ews.    "ll   was       clear  case
,if  necessity."
Th*. net' stion ol wagi - an I a pro
ij.'el  up, ami  notified  the owners th it it  is impossible to pay the tax on this
unless a  prohibitive lax of from   ine oasis.    The  timber is of rather  poor
to  three cents  a  lineal   foot   is   paid, grade,   and   is  used   for   small   piling
the   leiM--  miisi   not   he   moved   un I* r an 1 also for export to Mexico.
...heavy   penalty.     It   is   estimated   that       S- C. Seeley  is erne, (if the heaviost
________���____���______________! '   MJi'-'el,.   "-here   \i -I  -'<  -el  uvea    $2o.(H'ifl  worth  ot logs  are tied up   tailii's over  the' action of the provin-
relephone  company   be   granted   un-   ���""'������"'��� vvuen   -**'��� i es at pres-  T "*
,     ,, ,   ,-   ,       ,..- '     ...      .,.    ,���,    .    i���,.���,, 'the  Mud   Bay district,  and    this    t> clal authorities as he has bought con-
���i. ��������� the embodied conditions; tirst,  lo  enl employed. .,,,.. , .   ,     ,   .
. . ,    ,.        ,. , . , working a great hardship on the c n-   sid Table  timber, and now finds  tint
place    thirty-five    loot    poles    eight      Lrnon  reachina ���',,.   ���ornev nf Sixth ��� ,, ,- r,, ���
^^ ^^a^^^^^^^^LW   "  "-auun,  lie  com., six ,1   , ac, tii's^e^i_________________^^^^^^^ .m unil.de        ship      to BLaine.
That  the  requesl of the Coquitlam
mm ies iii   diameter at  the  top,  trojs
B    .-.   "������    bl idge     to    til
site.
Si - md.     Th it   from   the
site
old   tannery
tanne-y
avi nue, the tram        was ��� nc lunten d
For the  pasl  three  years,  the  Im-   company   with  his   brothers,
In
ning up the hill, an automobile was  portatlon  of  culled  timher to Blainelbeen   engaged   in   selling  this   cul.
Opinions Ihas  !",n  going on.  and  no one  who! timber for  the  past  three years,  av
also stan ling on t!
was  interested   in   the   industry  was  is the largest owner in the districl
to   Keary   street  .the    company ! var-v as t0 what fri�� I ths horses, |
i^H	
i ti	
| ��� .     oast  Will   be   thrown   out   eef
. :i    indefinite   time.
.  i,    m ., ��� :  the camps is ex-
������ i ti ���   easl  mmii it a month.
��� if I    ���     do    lol     Improve,    tiie
ain   des' i ted   foi
��� ���   or ev*    two months
thi     ��� esterda. afternoon,
enttittve     ..���   ���      e*1 nl  from all
��� loggia?    ��� nl res    W.me   members
the a      coming      from
nn,' man held prox-
. .-. several represented
r four i amps,    but    Vat
ity i     hosi    preseni   voted   for
A  cons* - val i\ e est'l-
._"" ' I aware that, there was a tax on timber
ase   the   corporation   poles,  and   but  immediately  the    ram  car  came ^ ^ ];|m]s     Eye ,n
^���^^^ on   within  a   hundred  feet  or so of  the!	
H   H tee   Columbia   street  _^^_^^^^^^
Brunette street,    they    place    thir'y- lequippage, the team   became  tinman-
five   .   il   poles,     eighl     inches    in ageable, and in spite of Mr. Parker's
diam ter aJ the top, and from Colum- efforts, turned fairly across the track,
posal  to raise   the  price of  board  to   ^g ...,..,   ,,, ,]ie hospital for the in- The  front  wheels   il   thi   rig  became i
an*   they  use  the corporation poles, cramped on the side, and th,   veKiclej
Third.    That they reserve the tops! and party were thrown on the street I
heir   roles   for  fire  alarm   wires ;:-'!- across 'he track,
ind the  to]  arm on all poles for elec-      With great   presence  of mind,  the
trie wires.   All work to be performed motorman broughl thi   car to a stand-
under the supervision of the light and s:il-   and   tiie-  passengers  rushed  oul
board of works committees, and that ���"'   assist   the   unfortunate  occupants
the   eft;    solicitor   be   instructed     to of  the democrat,    The  horses    were
drai    a   form  of agreemenl    to  the sn":> quieted,   the    party   extricated
. I eet 	
motion of Alderman Grey, adopted.
The communication from Mr, (V
a week ir. the' camps was to have
been discussed ;,��� yestei lay's iii'-i-
-eix inn. but e'Winu to the decision arrived
er concerning tli" close down, nothing was done with respect ;���, these
ee'1:, r matters Men < mployed m
��� i camps hav* been getl Ing from
.:; ,ei $6.50 a day for some time past,
and the' contractors have had th*.
greatest difficulty in Inducing men
tn stay working for any length
time.
the   present   time.    The   Seelej   br*
    thers  are  said to have obtained   per-
: the   Mud   Bay  district   supposed   that   mission   to   cut   timber     from     their
these timber lands were crown grant-   lands  before    commencing    business
led.  and   at   the  present   time are  not   three  years  ago,   and   were  informed
; yet aware of anything to the contrarv    thi I mi tax would be collected.
'although Mr. Murray    has    informed      *��� A.  Wilson  of Mud Bay,  was in
some of them  that   the  timber is  on jNew Westminster last week trying to
provincial  land,  and  as such  subject   "   "'"   SI,!)1C   information   conc-n-ning
to   the   timber  tax   now   enforced   I  1    the 'imber question,  but   although   he
the first time. ! called  at  the Dominion timber offlce,
Since Murray's visit to the Serpen-   the  land registry office, ami the gov-
tine and   the   Nicomeckle rivers, onlv ernment  agent's  office,  he  could  not
one boom of logs has been taken out | ""'1 out whether the land was crown
of
The   report     was,    on   "        benea'th  ti,,-  rig,  und  end.-ive,mm
��������������� :'   ;,, ascertain the extent of their
The majority of the lumber cantos
injuries.     The     lady
and    children,
lumber of 'he' mem-.in 'he suites of Washington and Or
of the elation a'  two third.
If the loi ien nte the coasi   Sev
il of tl mills h ive theh  own
at  the supplj    from
| -��� met  nearly escuoSi  -,,
mm':, ���
���  '��� the decision arrl ,-ed
"  Dl been s'.;iiin>    f1w"
some   time  pasl   <m
to Blaine, this being one fathered b
Dan Ross, who made a trip to Vancouver, and paid the tax under pi -
test, and after having arrived .t
some arrangement with the provincial
authorities. Some of the larger camt -
in   the  district  are reported    to    be
BREAD   PRICES.
Xotwi
nit. i.
3akers  Have   Ercu3li   Flour  to
-    t  Until  September.
��� ������-:   Lhe  facl   thai   Ihe
lour has   gon*   up    several
pa i    ���  mth,   il   Is
���'���    iy   the  local  bakers
ii ea i will remain 'he
���������   definlt* ���    m;i:,i.iii,i ed
alsed   mi  ���   Ice,  p* onl ���
. nncl : I, 1     m ,���      broad
- lit,   the      ��� ill   b In ;
''   ���       of    m   isekeepers,
I'ay the. anticipated raise,
granted or otherwise. Another Mud
Bay resident, who was in Victoria recently, called upon  Mr. Seeley, of the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ provincial    timber    department,     and
anagh, chairman  of a  committee ap- apart from a few bruises and a sever-' >fome arrangement with the provincial I upon asking for information,    is  re-
[g'mi'n'tve'alreadv'c 'los��Tfnr indefinite   ]";!""'! ,n Vancouve'' to interview the shaking   seemed   n ni    the  worse  'or  authoriti���S-   Some of the larger camus  ported to have been told to get away
periods   and the others are even no-   "'"   :",!'j":i!   regarding a  grant jt, aid :>'" spill, but Mr. Parkei  was In great   '"   '!";  <lis,rict are reP��rted    to    be tram the office, as his only business
,      ,   ol  an   Old   Men's    Home,    did    not Pato, tteing unabl*   ������   mm.   _ta rio-v,t bringing their logs to New Westmin- was to pay the tax and not ask ques-
preparing to follow their example,   A                              . luaoie       n.o\e ms right    .                                                          L.
,                 ,                         .                   .     -i-o:     anj    noticeable     enthasiasra. and   shoulder      Dr    De.-u-     ���>.  ster  m:Mi;' an(1  ,he sma11  com ra-: to, s; tions.    ���
large number ol loggers have recently  -,, .       ,                uc'-    UT-  ���uu"    was         ���..,-���,.,                  I    .      ,
arrive! from across the line and have    '''"" *TheT s''"<'1 llr:" the f'ort',��i��"" hastll>' summoned, and on examining,"6 of the opln!on  that  ,ho enforce-|    In   the  meantime,    watchmen    ar
,                           ,                                    would proc* ed  to  Victoria  today and '���''" injured man   oronoiiTiPBrt t__ ,.i,.ht , "1(Jll! "'' ""' law is simply a blow at   keeping their eves on the tags placo
t'ltiied   work   m   the  cam s   nut   i".  n    ��� ... ,.   u_uu__u me rigm   .,
....               .,_,,'      ���      .       "' "'���' '���    thTi't   a   representative    from clavicle  to  be  fractured     Tie,. ,n,o,  ,           small   men,  and  not   intended   to: on  the booms  bv  Inspector    Mtirri;
with this extra help, th*   situation foi    , . ,.                    ' ' * '���    '"'   uocfei L-_���4 ,,,    ,                      .                           , ,      .
i ,ne coi                                .                    this  city be appointed  to a��?eompanv '������������' ediateh   sei te   worl   rprtuoon ,*,               "UJ 'arger companies.                  and logging around Mud Bay ls at
''"'en.- was becomli     serious i...     _ ' n'. leomcci tne      _,,     ,..,.,.   ,
as the   men   r_iu_e  to  si,...    ^    .,.,,.   '���     ' "   matter   was   referred   to  th. fracture,   and   senl   the   patient   ,,.,,.,.       ""' 'iii;.,sit'.on ot  the sliding sc.iie  standstill.
fiance commit  with power to act. '���'���' Vancouver  in  chargi     of a   com-  "~             '~~'
C��mmunication_. party.                                                MFDDPll/C    1)1 i II    Dir                             BUNCH'S  BEAR   YARN
��� '���!��� '.    sanitary     inspeci ir The news of tl     accldenl  was  nol
'   suggesting   thai  a   building   be !��ng   in  reaching  Mr.  Olson   it   Mill-
'"    " '  ' '   ''������ isolation  hospital   for Ide, and  the   anxii is man was soon
'���'���""b:".!- .'i.-n  of  ihe  .iiubuhiT.ce. cil v  looker.             '. ::,il. .  l���.iMJ    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
:''   '   "'I   anil   referred   to  board    o ,:i"."'  the impress    i thai  bis'familvi                      ��� '                     I    Aberdeen. June 3.���Jav   Bunch    of
'��� ' ' ",i",i';- ha(i     '"'���ii    sen:,,.],.    injured  '      '
' ' "   XV;',S"'-  cei ��rting eight  fires - eatlj   relieved  when   he  discovered
l'"'in!   month of Mav.    n.,., ;,, ,  . n , that, apart  from  a dii    loi ,'i"" owl
: '���   reference. erne eye  which   Mrs,   Olson    gol     .,-
���' '   '  municatlon was received from striking   her   fac<   t>_   a   Btone  when I
'���    anagh, chairman of a .mmm,. the rig upset, and a  bad  shaking up .
��� ���'   '���   aPIiointed   by  thi    Vancouver the lady and children were little the
':      'oundil,   re   Old   Peoples'   Home, worse for the adventure.
���   'sting thai      a  representative bi ��� ���	
���   here   with   ���.-.   view   to  cooperate  in  interviewing thi     govern- MUST PAY CASH.
���lf...; camp   for   any   lene i ti   i       Ime,   pre-
fe as mi ���
enue    pacl    ""
,;i  Lh0       ,,,,     L^tjferring to return  to   Itj   I
���    ������'..,!     __   j),   .,  as    he;   gel   a  littli   ���   enej
ahi s i
CHINESE DIG UP
DEAD MEN'S BONES
EIGHTY BODIES TO BE EXHUMED
FROM DOUGLAS CEMETERY
THIS WEEK.
HEBREWS PEAN BIG
JEWISH SCHOOLS
Two  Dogs and   Man  With Jack   Knife
Finish   Bruin.
Aberdeen, .Tune  ?..���- Jay
this city had an experience U'Sm week
was   TEN   MILLION    DOLLARS   NEEDED   ,,,.,., .,., .    ,      .     , ���
������������������-. bids fair to rival Roosevelts coj
FOR   THEOLOGICAL   SEMINARY   ":*'  vain.
I Bros.' lose
IN   AMERICA.
Digging up the I om - of theii   lead
" "!   -   ;:'      ; -;l     street   ment in an-endeavor to" obtain a grai.,
cemi  ���'..    labelling    them,    packing   'ri'i-   ivas nscelv* land   ef*   ���*       i tl
the ghastlj  relics In  boxes and slur-   '���' ' '��� "   commi        with  power to act.
���equesi      as   reci Ived   from    W.
Wholesalers    Action     Makes    Grocers
Irsist  on   Prompi   Payment.
hi"., their own brea I  "  ���   plug  then   to China, Is the gruesome
...,,,,  ... i 'wns, nd foi   p* rmls
ne..M_________________________________________________________________________u,,>:
! ��� a��e: . i  ;,,,.. .���,,..      ten ( hin  an n comn en* i       ...       ,    ��� ,        .....
' m   na ���    i   on Mi kenzle, Carnarvon
savin,,  yi s!< rd(
vill I
Bunch is a filer at   I.arkin
 ing camp on the Wlshkaa,
and one day last week with a friend
and several dogs started out ;,> find
a bee tree.
They had not gone far when the
dogs s'.'n'teii up ,'ei bear. Bruin took
refuge In the' top of a tree', "':    " '*
 _^^_^^_^���finally dislodgeel. and one of the   ''-'v>
cational methods, were discussed Sun-1 managed to get  a good hold   m   the*'
laj   .-    I     commencement   exercises (animal's ear and hung there.    Bunch
' had no other weapon than    a    jack-
New York, June 3���Plans for th* ' I-
vancem* nl of Hebrew learning, pat -
ticularlj the study of Rabbinical lit-
��� .   ture  a iei 'eing  to  modern e luca-
��� :i aware
:n pr ��� ���
lay   in    i
''      '���''"'' with "'i    i Mth  the  re-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.  l
���!   narkS��n    StreetS'    whlle   '^H   "   rWd"   ���!����� 'he   prompt: cumulated  learning of their schola,
for the  balance of the   putting  In   come,,,   sidewalks  aro ymeal ol ,2 ��� . .,���  ,.     ,; , ,     ,..-,   .      , SCho,ai
ol   lhi   J wish   Theological   semina
The necessity   fo ���  the  establlshm* il
-  - em which would bring to I h
thousan i 3   if J* ws In Ami rlca the . i -
��� ire  tee  r
.. I I
i. old i   I   ���
��� i;. I'dhou ���      both     hav,
'"I   hand   lo  lusl   thoTn
��� ��� e lese parties,
"'��� '��� set! the situation,
' l! ni luslon thai  il
��� nough io raise the prico
��� 3   when   necessity    Je-
Di'esonl price of bread
; 'habllitj     remain     the
Seplomber, or such   time
'" ���' 'Ck of flour has run
:JH|   time   the new   wheal
' '" will probably have the
'"   '''' i'le-ill'.   flour    tO   ItS
wi' ...     .     it   eight;
exh fin ��� tli"
nd  th*        ii     . I ;    iti
ca e li��.' shipped lo i
Empln
Evei >   Chin iman   wh i    le i\
native countrj    loi -   so  ��*lth  the as
surance thai If he falls e.i retit a   lh
thi    couri    h 'mm'.    Permission    was    .,
knife, but he gol it iti working ordef
and    commenced    the    band-to-hand
battle.    He struck   the    bear    about
rtj   times, finally severing his ju.-
; .,���   .'-in. .nd Bruin, weak from loss
lood, gave   up   the   fight.      The
bear's hide is literally punctured with
holes around ihe' throat.   The animal
-ranted   under   s ?rvislon   of   board' ,,he ��Z "        ' '���  ' ^         :!   ^   '   '
of wor] ' ��� '-'" of an credit until in th,s Cl :"':'.-'  '" include    all    I .
l'-> dale. Ml^^^^^^^_^
from the.       cl'. tated that he hn,        ''"     .   ��D     !   '���"'  '*"" order    '" "'" ' "'' ' ' '   '"   " ltS "","1 :il ' J' ' """'   'i""i'     """M',S'
no       .       ���    ���        ,      Wngof   dpe hTlar" "T       '      """��� '"    " " Seminary was panic
I,      heydidn.     1verTt T'T* fi���8 ��f Var-1 )T  i     iT.^'     *"  "" ^^ BIBLE NOT UNERR.NG.
���_   lntei.fei     ,:       m        ",,    ��� ;.'",   ^"���1���   ���''   uie, and Xelson, Je Institution    now In exlsl ace,    I 	
j    J t       ��  ordei   to bring  the terms In  Brit- ^f Pressors, scholars  and  inves-   Divine Attack, Good  Book
, isi,  Columbia  more  'losel
ening operations
��uri      Inl       ���""i!"    '-1'   '"     ,   .\\;UZ\ re-  inh Columbia mor*   closely into line tfgafors'   ^     ��*.����,.    na       I
hlsbonesw.ll   ���      k. final,       '   ;  I to the wate,  committee to re-   with those prevai  ag in eas    n Can     '���' ���   live on small in
to   llis   native   soil.      Even      when       :    I-*"u ,1 ,       :-,.   ,  ,    . '   "      .,   .-,.���,    ,.    ...   , .       .
in   Merci
less Fashion.
port
Miss   Walkei
to his   native   i -ii     Ev* n     v hen
Chinaman fltes il ��� ��� a, the body is not
consigned lo the deep, bul  is kepi )n Ilu '"���' " """sins over ine siuewaik m I sixtv days   to   ���������   ',~rZt~"'J
! caskets  and finally  shipped   back   to|^^^^ ^ eli. Z^7^
requested  permission j %n ^ "��*;    ^kBa,e    Abuses
to lay a crossing over the sidewalk ,n   ���- ' R'""1 grocei'y firms
liners    carry
under the usual conditions.
William Summers requested permi
mm i> wen   made within 30 days. The
I1' '  ol
I's'nal p.
China.     The     !miii;''Q|
specially  constructed  coffins   for  the    . "''  -�� ����� .����i������u perini..|new order     , WrinV'thi;
members of the crew  who happen to sion '' ! li'  '" :l ���Son crossing over   ty  da      w,   '          .      "   "lm8 "
dfe  M   ,,,���   ���,,,   ,���.,,,,,���   Chlna   ftnd sidewalk   to   his  premises    on    Wfth Li_">.''   """ ""  ,,I"";""   ����'pt   ,���
������������:������'-:��� as Ie
m "i ral ������ Im ������' m
gesti l.
naintained by the      Washington,   June  3.���That   a   be-
'"":ir'1   was   i  .-   lief in the Inspiration of the Bible ia
J not  tho  foundation,  nor even  a   part
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June   2.-~\
other ports, Chinami n n fuse te, leave
iheir native province withoul the as-
, surance thai   their I ones will be re-
congregational  turned there If the;   die In a foreign
. mvs,;,.      '"  l!ish"" Dontenv.111   ,an,l.
wna lield in th" Roman      ..\   iarge   number  of  burials    hav.
services    ti  S"'"la;v   "'-'"   after taken  place' in the Chinese ce tery
:"' meeting decided to [since the last shtpmenl of bones was
'���"""'"'ct for the removal  made to China,  bul  onlj   the bodies
; "lie
"''; (''""'''!i building to the
1 M,II:| .''venue,    below the
���;     '\^-ch   which was late-
I ,,,���,,     '" OKeefe.     The pres-
Is (h,       i"��l'eny on  Fuller street
���   '     ;,"ii:  -"���   also   the
:������,. ,.        '   A new parochial rea-
.,��� ,;,,/;'" P1'lests win be bunt on
im ,, ���'���'',"''   ,Al s"""' n<"  very dia-
iiv cl " h��Vod to build n grand
.,:,,���,ML"" ln "'" meantime the
'ernoyed ami improved.
sidewalk   'ee   his  premises    on     Fifth ' ,h��� .
avenue.  This was granted under the  2   '"'T !,' RHMeS  when   ;'
usual conditions, "'    M';' '" ' |,('r oent- will be allow-
The medical  health officer's report  ��,;, *"* T"!!  "::"   'h"    retalIers
for the month of Mav was read and LJ ���  practlcally ,,(IV<> ,:' !'">' '-'ash for
ana 1 their goods, as the thirty days starts
mm* llately upon shipmenl of goods.
VV. (trace, who. having purchased lot1,,'"''   to,llow1lng  is  an  e*tract  from
123   being   subdivisions   of lol     1,    a' <"'t'"','"'  isS"
placed  on  file. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
\ communication was received from
......   ��w��    vecee    a    pa
11 was said thai $10,000,000 would Of the foundation of Christianity, wa;
be ne.'d.d. Dr, Cyrus Adler, a formt the assertion made by Rev. Richan
presldenl of the seminary, prop.'- l D. Harlan, former president of Lak*
the university and the foundation Forest (Illinois) college, son of Asbo
fund. late Justice Harlan, of the suprenu
  j court of the t'nited Stutes, In his b,a--
.   'aureate   sermon   yesterday    before
tin   graduates of George Washington
| university.     "The  idi
Supposed   to   Have   Amassed   Fortuie
RYAN   RETIRES.
which  have  been  burled  for several
months   will   be' exhumed,    In  manyl
subdivision   of  loi   18    in    suburban
block 18, wished the city to define the
 ���*������ '" ���"'""<��� ""'.minis, hird. butter, chee.se', eggs
j lines of measurement.    He also wisli-, ,,��������� , ,.	
cases, when a bodv ls exhumed, de- e, "'" "'" water ���� running over
composed pieces of flesh Still adhere j "". lotSJ* ""���'",|1 i"1" '"" street
to the  b.enes.   This is removed with   """' , llns Wi,s referred to the board
,, ,   "I   R'OrkS   to  report.
.a  wooden  scraper-   no Iron  Is allowed | '
to louch a dead body.   The dlfferenl
boiii s are made Up 111 separate parcels, neatly labelled, placed In boxes
and shipped to China.   This wor
done bv a  Ch
ir the purpose.
sued by the Wholesale
Grocers'   Exchange:    'Sugar,    thirty
| days net.   Produce  (includes smoked
duce ind fresh fruit) thirty days net
Interest to be charged at the rate of
8 per cent, on till overdue accounts.
Dating to be reckoned from date of
shippin.i;."
Ambassador Presented With Son.    j goL^hat'a '''i'^' T  ''' *" ""'"���
,. ,        ���    ��� going thai a stricl system of monthly
Rome, June 3.-nMrs. Grlsoom, wife collections  iron, the customer is    _
- -  * Hof U"^ C' Grlrm' f"('   American Labs lute necessity ������ ul,
,���,s,; society established   ambMssador   to   Italy,   yesterday  gave   grocery man   to   ensure     .   BU..L',,
lit t'i ll     1_ i    II    _;_ iti  . I .. "       OULLtb>i|UI
of $100,000,000.  ^^^^^
New York, June :.'.���Thomas F. Rv-
an, one of the big financial figures
of the country, has retired from active
business. His departure from Europe
signalized his withdrawal from the
big enterprises in which he has been
Interested. This was the story in
which Wall street found great interest
today and which is generally credited. Mr. Ryan has heen oridlted with
i de sire to build nn a fortune of .100,-
000,000. This he Is believed to have
accomplished, aud It is understood
hi' has d*3cide.d^la-I^_____-_____________^
e."  he said   "is
s   only   infallible
not    infallible.     It
I to reveal  Christ to the  world. '
Dr. Harlan declared it is not
necessary to consider the Bible an
unerring guide when it comes to
questions    of    geology,  history    and
i ethics.
Snow in New York.
New York, June t!.���Snow fell in
New Yorlc yesterday. Thi? flakes did
not fall as snow all the way to the
pavements, but, coming from a colder
temperature, they swirled about the
tops  of tho  sky  scrapers  and   before ��**-*  *
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
��AY, JUNE
'907.
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TOUR GROCER SELLS
NEMO
At
10
c.
PER PACKET
IHE FAIR OF 1907
Scored Against O'Connell.
An amusing incident is told of a
victory over Daniel O'Connell by a
witness whom he was cross examin-
| in.tr. The witness was for the crown,
��� and the ease ��as a riot committed
j by a crowd .ef beggars.    O'Connell
' was at that time well known, and it
j was after  he had  receive,!   bis so-
] briquet of "the bit; beggar man."
The witness finished, and O'Connell  began the cross examination.
"Now tell the court just how many
beggars there won1," lie said.
"Indeed, 1 did not stop to count
them, but there was a great tribe of
them, vour honor."
"A whole tribe of them, eh ? Will
you toll us to what tribe they belonged ?"
"Indeed, your honor, that is more
than I can do, for I never heard,
but I think it must have boon to
the tribe of Dun."
"You may go down, sir!" said
O'Connell in a rage, amid the laughter of the court,
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COUNCIL MEETING
EDMONTON
July 1,2,3 and 4
$1 5,000
TO BE EXPENDED
���IN���
Horse Racing,
Attractions
Surrey Council.
Council met in tin' town hall, Surrej
Center. June !. The reeve ami all
members being present. Minutes ot
previous meeting were read ami confirmed. The following communication,
were received:
From Walter .I. Walk* r. chartered
accountant, fixing the rates at'S mills
for interest and sinking fund on local
dyking;   received.
���From .John Berry saying the bridge
across Campbell river on the nortii
Bluff road was unsafe for traffic, anil
that lie would hold the council responsible for any accident that maj
occur after May 23; received and re- l
ferred lo Councillor Hamel.
From Samuel Walker saying then-
was a large patch of Canadian thistles
on the railway near his place: received, clerk to write to the (i. N. R.
Co., to have them destroyed.
From H. (!. Lawrence, re a dead
horse lying exposed near hi.s house
on Mr. Keizer's place: received and
referred to Councillor Mantel.
From E. C. Johnson, ll. O. Lawrence
et :i]. requesting the council to make
an appropriation for filling holes and
graveling  the  Campbell   river    road,
P. road:   received  ami  re-
www����| Trains & Steamers
"The Best Is the Cheapest"
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A Singular Mollusk.
A singular light giving creature
peculiar to the waters of southern;
California is the phyllirhoe, a slug-!
gish mollusk. So plentiful are,
these light giving denizens nf the
deep along the Californian coast j
that those who have undergone the
experience say a night on these waters is awe inspiring. As the boat
passes along one can see in the wa- easi ��' "���
ters under it countless forms, pass- ferred to Councillor Hamel.
ing and repassing, each giving forth ' Motlon made and carried thai work
its strange; weird light. But beau- to the amount of .30 be let to Mr.
tiful and impressive as this strange Kearsle yto extend the Hunt road to
sight is to the beholder, the light pis place, that Mr. Smith be allowed
giving powers of these animals are $25 lor digging a tail drain from the
disastrous  to themselves, since the| Churchland  road   to an outlet:    that
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The old rule works both ways if you set your dental work
done by the "Boston Dentists." Our operators are all graeluaU' specialists of many years' experience. We employ no others. 'I hen-
work, accomplished with tbe aid of the "Boston Dentists'" patented painless methods, is the best known to the profession Our
gold and porcelain crown and bridge work cannot be equalled anywhere at any price.    Let us give you an estimate.
We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee
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Leave X. W. 8.30
Leave Seattle 1-.';'); ar. X
C P.R.  MAIX  LINE
Leave X. W. 15.40; arr X. VV
C.P.R. MISSION BRANCH
ar. Seattle   ; .
1     13.40.
C.P.R.  WESTMINSTER JUNCTION
Leave X. W. 8.30, 10.35, 15.40,   :  -."'
Arrive X. W. '2.2b, 11.35, 16.40  ;- ,,
=1       GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
J�� ' Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seat He ) ���'���,
>��� J Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seati!,. n, J,'��
;. I p.m.
\ i V., W. & Y.~VANCOUVER
ft  Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. __.
V , Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 (,,m
>��� G. N. R��� PORT GUICHON
Lv. N. W. 9:35 a.m.;  ar.
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
Full set of teeth $5 and up     Gobi   Fillings $1   and  up
Gold Crowns    $5.00     Silver Fillings   50c
Bridge Work, per tooth... .$5.00    Extracting 50c
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p.
m.
Guichon
ar- X. W.
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
�� ; 8:45 p m. and 6 p. m.
>J'    Mondays only.
I*!'     B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER,
!�����      Lv.  Xew  Westminster 5.50. 6.50 i
$ ' and 8 a. m., and every half hour ther.
>���!  after till 11 p. m.
;���!     Lv.  Vancouver  for  Westtuin_'._r ��;
V  same hours.
Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. .DR. A. R. BA KER, Consulting Dentist.
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-��fl��j p*(*izCS ! IwM emanating from thorn attracts
I the attention of marauding fishes,
; which seem to relish
Formal opening by the Hon. G. H.
V. BULYEA, Lieutenant Governor of
Alberta.
at any time.
Best Stock Show in the West
ADVERTISING AN ART.
r. .,'W.:-, 	
Reduced  Railroad  Rates from
all Points.
Mme.  M. Fiske  and  15 New
fork Artists on the 2nd.
)riving Club Races every evening.
For  full   information
Secretary-Treasurer.
apply  to  the
Look!   Look!!   Look!!!
JUST   ON   THE   MARKET.
JUST ON THE MARKET
Vancouver manufacturer needs
good men to represenl the very Lu e.t
novelty. Agents coining money. Get
wise, start working for yourself.
���Everybody buys on sight, Profits ov..-
one hundred per cent. Don't waste
time' asking foolish q.USB.ibns, but
send one dnllaj- to- finest samples la
America.,
The Phoenix Company,
Space 4. 435 Granville St., Vancouver
WHERE TO:DINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All Ni��l.I
Councillor Murphy be empowered to
Kearsley to extend the Muni road to
ight meal, that the contract for clearing an.l
grading the Lattimer road be let to (i.
Lawrence at $3.40 per rod: Weird 5,
thai ditch on X. B. road be cleared
oul and 25 rods graded, also clearing,
grading and graveling on the coasi be
gradin gaud gavellng on tbe Coast
.Meridian  road  to the amouni  of $200
be
appropriated for the Yale road. Ward
i. and a like amouni for Ward 2, tenders to li*' In by Wednesday, June
12th, at l o'clock p. m. and thai the
reeve and Councillors Hamel and
Murphy be empowered to deal with
them,
The following lenders were accepted:
Ward '-'. repairing Town Line road,
P, Henderson at $3.75 per chain;
Ward .'!. clearing and ditching Mc-
rnnis road tei A, Mclnnis at 75c lier
roil:   Ward   I. ditching   H.   P.   road   *o
But  It  Should  lie  Mud.   an   Art   That
Calls  Ili-nuty   to  Hi   Service.
Advertising  has  indeed   become  an
art.   It remains for it to become, if not
a line art, at least an art that ealis   ,     . , ,       ,      -,
beauty to its service.   When it does, ! be dme by day work; :l,s" that "!
much of the energy that is now misdirected, much of the money that is
now prodigally  wasted  In destroying
the world's beauty, will be saved.
The right procedure is indicated by
tbe most conspicuous medium for pub-
lie advertising. Tbe press, in its daily,
weekly or monthly forms, offers alto-
get lier the best means for calling public attention to all sorts of things. The
best of public journals��� those which
are recognized as the most desirable
mediums for advertising and wbicb
consequently obtain the highest prices
for their services���make it a rule to
classify   and   restrict   in   a   judicions
manner the advertisements that they C. W. McCallum at 75c per rod
print. They confine tbem to certain
part., of tbe publication, tbey restrict
their display to certain decorous styles
of type, recognizing that to admit a
heifer skelter distribution through till
columns or to display them In incoherent fashion according to the whims of
the advertisers would largely destroy
the very objects held in view. The-
readers of these journals would resent
Ihe Intrusion of advertising matter into the space set apart Cor news, edl-
torials, etc., and the influeuee that
give-; the advertising its value would
decline'.
In the same way the forms of advertising that now give exceeding offense to the community ought to be
restricted and kept within proper llm- I Jameson, work
Its. If this wen? effected tho practice
would change from thc public nuisance that it now is to a fun.'tion that,
in a considerable degree, mIght*couple
genuine service to the public with a
presentation of its material in an Interesting and even esthetlcally attractive fashion.���Sylvester Baxter In Cen-
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cake Icing
Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
i 11 11 111 _���__���_������
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m
From Chwk. Tu., Tb., Sat., 7 a.m
Ramona���
From X. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8  , :;.
From Chwk. Suu., Wed., Frl., 7 _.i_
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
Fron, N.W. dally, ex. Sunday 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Frl. 6 a.m.)
Mail Service
Close.
Seattle-, via S tttia? 7.45 a.m.
Sapperton an 1 Mill-
side, No. 1  7.45 a tn.
Vancouver,   No.   1.  7.4.". a.m.
(l.N.R Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle.. 8.45 a.m.
Van. & Cen. Park.10.30 a.m.
Victoria   10.30 a.m.
blast Burnaby .... 1.13p.m.
Ladner, Steves'on,
etc   1.30 p.m.
C.P.R. east, Sapperton, Miilsile an !
Hecet
fed,
C 10
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9.00
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2 0
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9.00
i tu
1.15
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11.1''1 a.m.
Coqultlam     3.00 p.m.
11.35   at
Van. and Burnaby 3.30 p.m.
6 0)   mi
Q.N.R. Flyer     4.00 p.m
11.00 p.m,
Timberlan 1,  T;;e3
and Friday .  . ..12.00 m.
12.0') m.
'"i'V.
The Surrey Revenue bylaw was reconsidered ami finally passed. Op
motion .1. Churchland was appointed
a police magistrate and R. T. Robinson was appointed a police cone-table
for Surrey municipality,
The following accounts were passed
and checks Issued: W. J. Walker,
striking dyking rates, $���": King's
printer, 25 copies of Ditches and Water courses act. $3; D. Gordon, cutting trees II. P, road. Ward I. $..50;
William Bothwell, contracl C. M. road
Ward l. $3S; .1. E. nine, work Township line road. Ward I, .. I: .lames ;
Vale road, Ward 2,
$3.50; John Brodwick, work- Brownsville road. War:! _. $5; C. Engen, do,
$9; E. King, work Township line road,
Ward 2. $7.50; II. T. Kirk, nails.
Ward 2. ..::.::,:  I).
in culvert Milton road, Ward I. tb:
Jones, account digging Milton ditch,
Watei I, $130; Joseph Parks, replacing corduroy C. Y. road, ward 4. $S;
Canadian Pacific Railway Co,
British   Columbia  Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Serv'ce.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without n itlce).
��n������';  ftdapess  M    .    leaves    Vau
plen;   tn  ra. m
S. Erfekson, brushing hue ..*..
Ward' I. $10; J. E, Sims, dltchin
grading Shus mail, Ward 3, $30;
Wilson,    graveling    McLellan
���aa,
: and
.1. V.
road,
ATLAMig srkAft^HIFe'slxroora9"nearcar
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY'i��� ��i   first   class
=FINEST AND   FASTEST=
line.
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Wei nl
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reel     Klein,    clearing
Scott  and   Borgstrom   roads.   Ward  3',
.in*;   Flumerfelt  Bra's,   plank,   Vai"'
and  Scotl   roads.   Ward  2,  $19;   11.  'b
Lawrence,  planking  Lawrence    road,
Ward ���", %2b:  W. Ii. Wilder, work on]
bridges  Elgin  and  If. P.  mads. Ward ���
.". $29.10;   A.   M.   Brown,  work   li.   I',,.
X.  B. ami ('. M. mails.  Ward ���"*. $15;
F.   Seeling,   work   if.   P.  and   C.   M.
roads, Ward 5, $20;   A. C   LorenzenJ
work C. V. mail. Ward 2. $.">: France's
nstrong, repairs   Leaper, assistance,  $10;   E.  M.  Carncross, postage, $30.
Council then adjourned to meel
.main on Saturday, July 6, at l o'clock
p. ni.
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EMPRESSES
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fesf/tiuisteF
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Do you know that I carry in stock the
best Pianos made in the Domini on?
I have just receive I a shipment of NEW
Style Dominion���they are beauties.
Call and inspect my stock, it Is now complete.    I can suit all pocket books.
nordheimer, new scale williams ani>
Dominion.
Just received: Large shipment of ORGANS,
ami also Victor and Berliner Gramophones and Records. This will add to
H Columbia and Edison Phonooraph3,
i n >w have the bed, Talking Machines ou
the market. Over six thousand liecords
to select from.   Call an'! see them.
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Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MAOHINK AMU ENUINB
WORK..
SHIP SMITHING, HKiDUfeJ and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire bJScapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence ln
edted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE _ I.K..M.
Sew Westn,luster. f. U. 474  i
Second-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS,    RANGES,    STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
Rushton & Speck
 qke	
I SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do all  kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign  Man on  Wheel.
' _oIunili!a St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
18.000  ( EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN ) 14,500
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IREL__N�� i      THUS
Next sailing from Quebec, May ttlst,
for other dates and particulars of re-
ductons in fares, apply to
ED, GOULET,
C.  P. R. Agent
Agent for all  Atlantic  S.S.  companies
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson& ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
point:, cast, west and south to Roes-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Gr'-'iit
Northern, Northern Pacific arid O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian   Pacific   Railway  for   Hemnibry
I Creek  iieiintv
I    Connects  at    Meyer-,     Falls    wn_
statfe diily for Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane   and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1.01,
Lea ve
9.20 a.ni.  ..
12.25 p.m.  ..
9.40 a.m. ..
Day Train              Arrivi
..  Spokane    7.15 p.m
. .Rossland   4.10 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
FIRE
ALARM   HONES.
J. H. TODD,
N.iw Wastn-y.r.stet's  Music   House,
Burr Blh, Colbia St.   Phone A278
iOO Cords of Tai Bark Wanted
At the
fraser River Tannery
ta Agent for Singer an I VV.i eler & Wilsen's'Sewing Machines   I
Highest Cash Price Paid
Following is the locution and  mini
ber of the lire alarm boxes In the city:
Ti���Asylum,
(i���Royal City  Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth,
S���Royal avenue and  Eighth,
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���si.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and i'ark Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferln,
15���Sapperton,
23���Queen's avenue and  Sixth.
21���....nl avenue ami Second,
2..���Fifth avenue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth,
27���Third avenui' and Tenth.
82���Agnes and Sixth.
,'!I��� Schaake  Machine Works.
85���Columbia ami McKenzie.
nr,���C. P.R.  Station.
42���Small  and  Buck-land   Mills.
���v. .. d_
Lcf is Victoria <&JIy at  1 a.n
VICTORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Leaves Victoria elaily except M  :. I .
at 8:30,
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Vie I irl 1   on   Tuesday
Friday al 7 a.m., ami Leaves Nen v..
minster em Wednesday  and Sai
?.t 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
3. S. Joan
Lea vims Vancouver dally at 1:3
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves VI toria  at 11 p.u      ���  ���   ���
7th. and 11th each tnontb I      '"'
qnot;   leave_ VI ; irla   on    -
QuaUIno an l �� ij points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTfc,
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New   Westminster on MuQ
'ay,  Tu".-,i.. ,   Wednesday,  Th i
ad   Frid.,;,   at   2    p.m. and   Sal
2 p. ni. with additional trip em ���'  '
iay at 6 a. in
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tin
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.;   Friday at ti a. tn. addll 0   ll
trip  Saturday  ..   p.  m.
UPPER FRASER Riv ���R ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New  Westminster, s ���'*��� '"���
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a, m, Tuesdaj.
Thursday and Saturdays, callin.. ���lt
landings between New Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUT_.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at S p.m. 2P-1
and IGth of each month, callin-: a'
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Co 1
on second trip. Time on arrival aud
departure  are  approximate.
For reservations aud Information
call or adelress
ED. r.ot'i.i'-!
Afient, New We. tuitu-"1
E. .1. COVI.I
hut, Oer.   Pass   Agent, Vinmuw,
J, W, TROt'P,
Oetiemi Siipcr'ntendent, Victoria
4.'r*->r TU
ESDAY. JUNE 4, 1907.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Victoria Day Excursion.
Tickets will he sold to all local points at
ONE FARE AM ONE-THIRD
for the round trip.
,,    on  sale  May 22,23 and 24;
t0 return up to May 27.
EU. GUL'LrJT,
C. )'��� K. Agent.
New Westminster,
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami ;dl the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also te. BUFFALO, NEW YORK ami
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
Fur Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VAjX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
yuirk Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special   Reduced    Rates   Round   Trip
Rates to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C, E, LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Pi rt'.iiud. Or*'.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
ONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE    HORSE,    DAWSON    and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains   (except
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail,,
express    and    freight    connect    with
���   ��� at Cat-cross and White Horse,
ntaining a through winter service.
i'i  information apply to
J.   H    ROGERS,  Traffic   Managei,
Vancouver.  B.  C
SUPPOSED PIRATES
CAPTURED UP NORTH
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds o.
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,  j   cutter Rush arrived on Saturday to*
1     e.,.,    ,>w,   ���..,,ii���,,    ,...1.    n__i_*._    i
}    SUSPECTED   SEAL  STEALERS ARE
l SEIZED   BY   REVENUE   CUTTER
| RUSH���TRIAL   AT   JUNEAU.
Interior Finish,    lurried Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION! j
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.  !
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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* Established 1887 Incorporated 1906 }
I Gilley Bros, ltd!
Sitka,    Alaska,    .lune    3.���Revenue
.utter Rush arrived on Saturday t
2   ing  tli*' sealing   bi bo mer  Carlotti
���   Cox   of  Victoria,  with  eighteen  supposed  scil pirati -  and seventy-seven
seal   skins   on   b .   d.       Five    skins.
j   green   and  bloody,  showed   thai   the;
had prohably been killed last  week.
The Carlotta G. Cox was captured
fo irteen miles ofl the coasl nortl, e,t
fifty-four forty foi illegal sealing in
territory protected by treaty provisions.
Several Japanese sealers were seen
die the ground at lhe time, bul they
could noi be restrained for tin' reason
that there are no treaty provisions on
Beallng rights between the' United
States anel Japan
Reports of the Illegal sealing were
broughl fe Sitka bj Indians, and the
Rush set oul Immediately. She was
not long overtaking the sealers, who
yielded without resistance. The Cox
and her crew have been taken lo
Juneau for trial. If found guilty
their craft will Le confiscated,
A man���whose coat sags at the collar,
bags at the elbow, and simply won't
stay pressed into shape-���ought to be
mighty .sorry he did not buy
"Progress Brand"
Clothing
Made right���looks right���IS right.
Look for the label   that    typifies
progress.
H.   L_.   de BECK
POINTED  PARAGRAPHS.
of most
ittle seuse
���
���
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER PORTLAND CEMENT.
This   celebrated   Ctment   is
i   used by nearly all large contract-
��� ors in the Province.
��� ROSEBANK  LIME.
MANITOBA  WOOD   FIBRE. *
*
NEW   BRUNSWICK PLASTER.   ���
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK. I	
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK. ���
i-"IRE  BRICK. J
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL   *
BRICK. J
From the Claybum Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,  X
*
SAND. CRUSHED ROCK. ���
���
2 Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 J
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in Louelon, England,
New Vierk, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available with correspondents in all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Ileposits received ;n sums of JI and upwards,
tin.I interesl allowed at 2 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets  over $168,000,000.00.
'' Fire  on Oceanic.
New   York. June   "..���A   fire  on   ihe
I steamer   Oceanic,  which   was  discovered in the steerage shortly after one
o'clock this morning, was not broughl
under control for two hours. The crew
I was called to quarters, and did what
it could  to extinguish the flames, lint
when  the   fire  spread   to th*-   cargo,
outside aid  had to be called.    In the'
after hold wen   eighteen hundred and
seventy barrels of glucose which burned like oil. and that  part of the cargo
was aflame.    It  was below the water.
and   there   was  nothing   spectacular
about the blage.    Tiie   crew closed th*'
,jafter compartment, ami then the firemen drowned oui the flames.    All the
bedding and other perishable fittings
of the steerage were destroyed, in addition tei a quantity of freight.
Among the cargo was some theatrical   machinery   belonging   to    Forbes
Robertson, who recently left for England  after   a   successful    season   in
America, and this, it  is sahl to have
bee,, burned or damaged.    The origin
<>f the fire is  unknown, but  the stis-
picion   was  prevalent today    that    ie
was the  result of incendiarism.    The
(loss   will   reach several   thousand  dol-
Iilars.    It  is stated that the sailing of
] the steamer on Wednesday will not be
delayed.
Carelessness is the great 1
people
If a inan doesn't acquire a
with age lie cheats himself.
If a man owns a poeketknife it it
hard for him to pass a grindstone.
Say what you please about tuorai
courage, the man who has a lot of it
Is mighty unpopular.
Make the stories you tell on a rainy
day as short as possible, especially if
you tell then, under an umbrella.
There is very little use trying to eon
vince a man who meets your statement with this argument: "I'll bet
you." etc.
N'o matter how highly you may value
your own  opinion,  remember  it  elees
not go with other people unless  they
think exactly as you do, which, by thu
. way, they seldom do.���Atchison Globe.
SPROn-SHAW!
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. W , Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in  Demand.
R. J. SPKOTf, B. A., Principal
Night  Air.
In the old times people had an
idea that the night air was noxious.
Thev shut their windows before going to bed, under the impression j
tliat it was better to breathe the 1
same air over and over than to hnve
fresh tiir when the situ waa down.
That notion still survives in rom? I
regions, but it is disappearing, ancl
now comes an Englishman���a lecturer at the Institute of Hygiene in 1
London���who declares that night
air is purer and more beneficial than
the air breathed during the day. He \
urges people to take their walks at '
night as much as possible, instead of
going out when the sun is blazing
and the microbes holding high revel
and even regrets that it isn't practicable to have children lake then
outdoor recreation at midnight.
$250 Reward
Deserted from the steamer
Woodford, at the Fraser River
Sawmins, a Chinaman, aged about
0., five feet nine inches in height,
sallow complexion, face wrinkled,
stoop in shoulders, was wearing
overalls when last .een. The
above reward will be paid by the
captain of the S.S. Woodford to
anyone giving information causing
the apprehension of the said
Chinaman.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
(.!. D.  BRYMNER,  Manager
No  Compromise.
New   York. June  3,���The  trans-Atlantic steamship lines made' it  plain
his:   night  that   efforts   10   effect      :
rrn      g-^ |* \T% \ C i~** [compromise   with   the  striking  long-
1 he Canadian Bank or Commerce �� �� >
  reported  that   both sides  were  willing
^ .ar'teitnite.      The     following     state-
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000 ment was issued on behalf   of   the
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO,
fi.  K.  WALKER,  President ALEX.   LAIRD,  Genera!   Manager.
ti
The Milwaukee"
"The   Pion'-r   Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicagc
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
d in the  world that  equal in
"��� -t'i  that of the Chicago, Mil-
"     & Sl    Paul   Railway,     They
md 0| 1 rate iheir 'ewn sleeping
''' dining cars een all] their trains and
their  tea,rons  an  excellence  of
efvice not obtainable elsewhere.
II   S, ROWE, General /.gent.
' ���* Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK  1 HE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
; Trains  Every Hay in the  Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul I
and Chicago
T      THE TRAIN  OF  FAME
'" ������    NORTH-WESTERN,     LTD.
1 mbodiea the newest    and best ideas
'Of   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
i""!   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
"'H.  electricity   and   gas;,  thc   most
Brilliantly  illuminated   train   in   the
world,     The   equipment   consists   of
P^vate  <���.on.par.ment   cars,   standard
1  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
"'.reclining chair cars (seats free),
"l��<lern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li-
""lrv and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or  any
"���"ier information call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
BANKING   BY   MAIL
Business may be transacted by mall   with   anv   branch   of   the   Bank.
Accoum-e ipened, and deposits made or withdrawn by mail.    Every
attentir" to out-of-town accoun ts.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. H. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 1) O'CLOCK.
lines:
"On Wednesday, May 29, five foreman longshoremen called on the officials of the* International Mercantile
Marine company, win were definitely
Informed thai the company would aoi
Iaccepl conciliation or compromise,
but that if any of their old employees
wishes to return to work al the wagi 1
In roree before the strike such ol
them as could now '��� 1 used would I e
re-employed."
This statement, it v,a~ said, applied
to all the lines which have decided 1 1
1 resist the strike.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office. Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
Ladies' Oold Watches  from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
, case. $7.50 up. ���$
Agent for the celebrated South   jjy.n7l '
Watches, supplied   to    the    "wellman
Arctic Expedition,   All w'dI.rantej
Chains, Rings, Jewe'-y  et(.' etc
]   Watch   repairing    charges'   reasonable.       ~" H
r- BULLET!N����W|
Great Northern Railway
REDUCED
Round-Trip Rates
TO THE EAST.
Tickets on sale June 6, 7, 8.    For full
information call on or address
Bhck  Di_mon_  Burns.
Black  Diamond, Wash.,   June   3
The' t'ir.-j destructive fir   visited Bl   ���'
Diara 'toi Sum! iy, ,��� _e i the town v .
.-.ve ,.;   by   t lat.iv.-.  . iit.ii'.inj;   a   los-   ol
550,000.   The lire- -i irted In the ri >;-
dence of J. T. Williams und  Bpr* i I
with alarming rapidity, soon reaching
the'   business  section and   licking  up
private residences In Its path.   There
was a scarcity nf water,    The mines
closed  and   the  men came  from  .bo
pits, In un effort to save their property.   Th*' heaviest less is sustained
by the Pacific Coast company, which
ei"Mates a general store here.
C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
_S?
ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEWS
Hotel Guests.
Guichon���C, E. Smith, Montreal; ,M.
ll. Dobb Doble, F. M, Logan, Victoria:
.1.   B,  Rogers,  Vancouver;  .1. M,  Hovel.
Duncan's; <!.  W.   Brewster,   Ladn* r;
W, ,1. McKennaw, Montreal; W, Norman Hoi*', kgasslz,
Windsor���O, 8, Connell, Vancouver;
.1. Mo.Motiem.v, Vermillion; Richard
Kobb, Aldergrove; J, Burgess, Mount
Lehman; C. Jensen, Vancouver; W.
P.Barkeaa, St. Paul.
Colonial���W. S. Jones, Toronto; A,
Tschitand, A, W. Oakeley, E.J. Warn",
Vancouver.
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HE  DAILY  NEWS.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
.flues,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Kroat
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A. Paige Manager
Pure as sunshine���not the
faintest suggestion of anything but
Salt���clean, delicate-tasting. That's
WINDSOR SALT.
135
"Jesus of Nazareth." Actress Shot.
The following is the program of the      Copenhagen,  .lime ::.���Cerda   Krum
cantata    "Jesus of Nazareth"    which   Chanson, celebrated Danish actress,
i was shot and mortally wounded I :
her lmsljar.fi yesterday at the Hotel
Aalberg,  Jutland.    The  husband,  af-
wlll lie presented  this evening in thei
West Presbyterian church, commenc
ing ut eight-fifteen:
ADVERTISING   RATES.
I
Transient   display   advertising,   It) i
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o j
the   inch.      Five   rents   per  line   for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents  per  line, brevier or nonpareil,:
10 cents per line.
For   time   contracts,   special   posi- \
tions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or
deaths,  50c.     Wants,  for sales,  lost!
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per   word.     No  advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
<E^j*jg^>jin>
from Winnipeg to the Rockies (so
runs the accusation against the C. P.
R. i is neither so full -tv so regular as
the business demands, being subordinated to tho pushing along en' the in-
teroceanic express trains.
ter shooting his wife, immediately
committed suicide. Jealousy was the
cause of the tragedy.
PART I.
1.   Overture���"Goddess    pf    Night
Allen, Westminster orchestra. 	
2.   Vocal     Solo���"The     Promise    of j lrlsh Bi" is Dropped.
Life," F. H. Cowan, Miss McNiven. London,  .lime   3.���In   the  house  cf
���"..   Cornet Solo���"Babylon,"    Stephen commons today    Premier    Campbell-
Adams, J. B. Rushton, jr. Ba,merman   formally  announced   thai
"Put up big storehouses for your
wheat, so that you can market it the
year round instead of trying to rush
it in all al once," is the advice which
a London grain merchant is giving to
the prairie fanners. Looks like good
advice, too, on the lace of it.
the government in view of the rejec-
PART II.
CANTATA.
"Jesus of  Nazareth."
1. Sinfonia���Westminster   orchestra.
2. Chorus���How beautiful His Child- '. WANTED���An elderly lady to do light
tion of the Irish hill by the Nationalists' convention in Dublin, has decided to drop the measure.
hood.
housework.    Apply  247   Front  St.
Solo���He scorned not  toil to earn J.   NIELSON,   express   and   baggag-
SQUADRON ORDERED
TO CONCENTRATE
phone  215, corner  Front   and    Mi
Kenzie streets.
WANTED���For   confectionary     stoi
boy about 15, apply to R. C. Punl.-,
Columbia  street, next   Tram  office1.
TUESDAY. JUNE 4. 1907.
OUR  SPLENDID  BREAKWATER.
When on*' picks up a Victoria paper
these days, one's eyes are generally
attracted by a heading in big type
.tting forth ihat something is doing
��� jus: aboul to be' done to promote
ie' eh vi! >;iii!<',ii of Vancouver Island;
ml, as a nib', conveying the assur-
etnee thai the new enterprise is "good
business"���thai it will pay, Only the
other day, for example, ihe Times
had I wn front page "stories" ami a
leading article dealing with the subject. All this is very healthy, provided it is not in,shed too far: and wo
do not think il has been pushed too
far ;is yet, all hough the Colonist is,
perhaps, a little bit inclined to go tn
for f.mcy projects���Utopian Ideas���
Instead of hammering away al the
mon* homely foundations which may.
by ami by, justify the more ambitious
Schemes.
The  first  incoming of  the pioneers
to British Columbia  (then a II. B. Co.
hunting   ground)   was  caused   by   the
discovery of gold on  the' bars of the
Fraser, followed quickly by the richer
discoveries   in   Cariboo, and   later  in
Kootenay,     Tl,e's(> men came to dig
gold  or to  minister to  those  who dug
il.    Imbued  with  the dream of being
lucky   enough    to    "pick  up a ton of
uiggets in a week," as a song of th"
early days put  it, the pioneers were
laturallj Impatienl of the Idea of engaging in sober, everyday Industries,
nnl  thei.se who eliel after a  time turn
their  attention   tn sources  nf wealth
other than gob] mining, looked to 'bo
mines to supply iheir customers.    Are
flu'  i'ii''  known  porl  for ocean-going
sht| s,  and  the headquarters   of    'he
__jidson  Bay  Company,   Victoria   naturally became the entrepot, and grew
Bpec lily ' i .' iiositlon nf power as the
commercial  cent,'';    but   the  farmer
and th" lumberman settled, as a ml".
on ihe mainland.    For years, Victoria
lo,'!,-d i * tin'   mines    of   the   upper
, m antrj   as the   place  whence'  its revenues we re \o he drawn, ami even I he
discovery and  working nf coal mines
on  tl".' Island ilb!    little to turn    tl,"
current of  it> thoughts.   Stigmatized
us tin' "greal  wen," drawing ini" Itself the vite;" energy of   ihe colony:
ns lhe big pig ��i'li hs snout ami ,w..e,
feet in tin' t'i eding trough, the capt! tl
was   iy   no   means   popular  either   nit
lhi'   lowei   mainland  er  on   thai   large
portion   of    Vancouver   island   which
la j   outsi le  its    own   ear, Irons,   Nor
was   It     ���    utation   altogether   unde-
se rved.   X'et   t w >   feel  ami   its  snoul
Only,   hill   its  eye's   also,   wi'ti'     in   tl
feeding    trough,    nr   at  leasl  nu tli"
place whence the feed cam'.   I   ga .
but scant ai lention to Its ov, n hinti
land.    But a lol of water has i un un ���
der t li ��� bridge since those 'lays, an '
Victoi: i  has  vvakene I   up  to a   r  ill
zallon of th" great  rlehei   ol  its ov .
n     ediate   territory.      On  the   '
mninlan '. ihe ��� \ al ie   if Vane i .
ver Islan i as a break wale, is still re ������
ogi : " i. I ul the rlaj I'm ��� gone ������ It I
Ve   were  unwilling    to    acknov, li cl
lhal i: w , - nse ful for an;  purpose b .
ha and n ��� a s mrce of con s ,,.
Mm.mm,io ��� ahead ourseives with big,
sure stridi s, we are glad to know th ���
the rich island section of the provim e
Is al last receiving thai 'it; intlon
which Its greal and varied resources
were ertain sooner or later to (om-
mand, I may safely he sai I thai
the mori   one   knows    of    Vani ouver
Island, the i lore conflden   will on	
thai ll haa a very prosperous futurn
to which to look forward. Some nn ���
recentlj has been Indulging In proph-
ecj is to the population of Cans la al
the end of tie' preseni century, Vancouver Island    should   easily require
iiii i fi   ii    for the numbering of Us
ieople bi fore that day comes,
DISTURBANCES IN CHINA CAUSE
SHIPS TO BE ORDERED SOUTH
���BUILDINGS  BURNED.
London, June 8.���A dispatch to the
Daily Mail from Shanghai says that
the American Pacific squadron has
been ordered to concentrate in view
of possible disturbances fn the southern province's of China.
According to another dispatch from
Shanghai the revolutionists in the dis-
, tricts surrounding Swatow and Amoy
are murdering the   officers,    burning
j official    niuihlings    and      occupying
j towns and villages.
The Tao Tal of Swatow, the dispatch  adds,   is only  reporting    losses
I suffered by the revolutionists fearing
tli.it the news of their depredations
would   lead   to   foreign     interference.
! The dispatch also adds that th*' market is overstocked with American
piece goods and that 10,000 pieces are
being reshipped to New York.
His bread,
t.    Recitative���Now John the  Baptist
roused the land.
5. Chorus���Young  aad  fair,  and   old
tind gray.
6. Chorus���To  spread   the  light   thej
Savious comes.
7. Pastorale���Westminster  orchestra, j
S,    Solo���The sacred rite at length Is
o'er.
9. Chorus���And S��atari now hath tried
to tempt. I TIMBER LANDS���We deal  exclusive-
10. Recitative���Upon  the Mounl the     Jy in timber.   Have large and small,
Saviour stool. tracts   on   water.    If  you   wish   to
11. Chorus-Blest, said    Jesus *>���l    buy or sell, see me.   3. R. Chandler,
till'  humble.
. ACREAGE.
A first class farm In chiiliwack District,  close   to   town,  all   cleat
Price  $75   per  acre;   1-2  cash.
UU acres on Pitt river, close to the Fraser, with good buildings of all I
kinds, all cleared, about 55 acres in  crop, price $7500, with easj terms, [
20 acres on V. W. & V. Ry., in Burnaby, only :; miles out, partlj ,!,.,..
ed, small orchard,  li-room  house, good harn, price* $2100, 1-2 cash,
S acres o:i main road on Lulu island.elos e to bridge, price $2000, $,���-.���,
cash, balance easy terms.
30 acres ou Lulu island, 300 yards  water-frontage, only  2  mil,,. fro|,
city,   price  $1500,   to a  cash   buyer.
Hale &  Lane,
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
P. O. Box  268 I
Phone   335
V/ANTED-
-Young  man,
new a
rrival,
wants a
permanent job,    anj
���    de-
scription
;   willing;   has
good
re fer-
enees.
Apply Tyrone,
Dally
News
office.
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are
407  Hastings St.,  Vancouver, B.C.
12,   Solo anei  Chorus���O'er the' deep FOR SALE���A small Island containing
blue walers. |    about 15 acres, close to New West-
It:.   Solo���His loved disciples then He     minster city. Can be used for a mill
''hose. Site.      For    particulars    apply    to
II.    Prayer���Gracious Saviour, tender     Gunderson & Aune's grocery.
Shepherd.
Printer's  Ink Tells���Try    the    Arrow-
Press for a few hundred Dodgers or
!        Phone 101
���
���
! Reichenbach Company
LIMITED.
15.    Chorus    of    Disciples���From  the
cares of the world.
of     Converts���C!od-sent i
Women��� '
i Means Ruin for Fishermen.
Halifax. N. S., June ".���Drift ice
struck In on the south part of Cape
Breton and St. Peter's Bay, destroying fishnets and lobster near. It is
estimated thai  the fishermen of Rien-
i nioml county, from Fourchu to Strait
of Canso lost $75,000 In gear alone,
not estimating the value of fish lost.
16.    Chorus
teacher!
IT.    Chorus    of    Hebrew
Weary, despairing.
IS.    Duet   and   Chorus���"Who     is     it
passeth?" the blind man cried.
II*.    Recitative���Hear ye  now.
20. Chorus���Praise the Lord.
21. Solo and Chorus���The gjiefs  and
cares of weary years.
22. Chorus���And    as    it
prophesied.
Circulars���Silent canvassers that
reach where the merchant cannot
go. A transient customer today, a
permanent one tomorrow. All classes Job Printing. ARROW PRKS
Room 4, Daily News Block.
I Wholesale & Retail Butchers
NOTICE.
During   the   months   of  June'.   July
ad    been  and August the  following store's  will
close' on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednes-
Triumphal     March���Westminster  days.   Thursdays   and   Fri lays  at     5
orchestra, o'clock p,
24. Chorus���Oh,  praises to Almighty
God.
25. Choral  Mnrch    and    Finale���Ho- j
sauna to the Son of God.
m.
T.   II.  SMITH,
A. J. BIRTCH,
A.   H.   GORDON.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
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Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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Ladies' Summer Shoes
Bitte, omplainl comes from Win
nipeg thai the train service of the
v.i: I -the prairie provinces-��� is sacrificed to the running ol through
trains. Mall and passenger service
between  the   centres   of    population
K..IMMWJtIi_IK__li.B'!��*S__l_'^^
THE WHITE
CANVAS SHOE
is by all odds the coolest, the
best looking and the most satisfying all 'round Shoe that a
Woman can wear during the
summer season.
Without a  pair of White  Low Shoes
your wardrobe is not complete.
REFRIGERATORS
and SCREEN DOORS
Our Refrigerators have perfect air spaces
surrounding the entire refrigerator.
We have Zinc and Enameled Lined Inside
Screen Doors and Windows.
Curtain Stretchers of different kinds.
Cai! and see us.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
i I
H.. Acreage in the City..*
16 acres for $4500; pirt cash, easy terms.
8 acres for $5250; < 111 take off er for this.
11 acres I'm' $3500;
3i acres l\,r $3500;
1'4 aci'es in East End
Colors:  BLUE, WHITE, PINK AND DROWN.       Wood or Leather Heels.
Prices:   $1.75,    $2.50,    $3.00   and   $3.50
*    *   ,���>:.::���.::.:������
We keep Canvas Shoe Dressing in all the different colors.
We'll be pleased to show you the new styles.
NSTO
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd. - New Westminster
irt cash, easy terms,
rl cash, easy terms.
a particular snap
I
for , $650 cash
P. Peebles
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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The' Finest and Largesl Stock of Furniture i.-> to bo seen at FALES.     .i
Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 stock still to go, 5.
N'ew goods arriving daily.   Latest styles and best finishes. >:
W. E. FALES,
r _J_.!NJTUK_:   EMPORIUM
71G and 713 Columbia St.     Four Floors.      near Extension,  Front St,
b������������>x����>:;^^^ o>x*>>>>:>: *x* ��� ������
\.?r>f;?''' km IJeSDAY, JUNE  4. 1907.
TIIE   DAILY   XEWS.
__S_E
Cash Store
Early Closing ..
Commencing  Monday, June Mni, this store will close sharp a| 5
,.,  every evening except Saturdy.
Wc appeal to you our customers to support  us  in  this move���
��,v doing your shopping earlbr in the day.
Everyone knows that th. young   women  anel  girls   employed   ,u
bave many tiresome i.r.ys   during   the   hot   weather,   anl   ive
i  .    In this way to  make the in.loor life pleas.mier by
,v' hours,    Open  Saturdtw  till 10 p. m,
i ire enmf
Summer
Weather
.   ,.  now.  Whal   wiser thing
.,: i you do than Invest In the m it-
. [a| :      me . ;��� more Summer Dresses
.... them ma le at a time whi n
... m.m them made, and then en-
.   comforl   of them  during   the
. .      ���oi  weather, as well as thai
Is to follow.
tunities     were     ne-,        a
��� lant than they are iieiw  for - r -
. j Durself In the choice of - un ���
to  wear.
Flowered Muslins
i
��� . sntj -five an .   ce
ifferenl   patti rn;    to
oni   ia   Flowered   Or-
. ���   .      Ba Istes,  l-aw ns, Mull -.
etc.,  in  la - '   an I   small   pat-
S nn*    s lecially   dainty
om c yard;   others  in a
��� ���     ��� ange    of   qu ilities
10c,  12i/2c,   20c.   25c.     t.     6Cc
yard, i
Flowered Voiles
I*    thai   sol .
Whii h    has   c 'tii''
favor   in     r*" ������;i:
��� i-   represenl \ I
pieces,  im
- i, ays  and   I oses In
blue,   etc.,     dark
with   llghl    flowers    anel
with   i'- _11'   flowers,
A fine range  at   .Cc yard.
mbroidered Novelties
.. i   Voiles,    Organ-
Linens     Spei lallj
le  :' ir  waist 3;   In   ;.;'''t';..
1 iloi .,  25c to 50c  yard.
Black Cottons
Black French Batistes and
Lawns; some, quite sheer, with
silk;   finish;   othei -  heavy  and
isp, iltable for m mrning;
27 to 30-lnch, 15c, 20c. 25c. 35c
yard.
Black DImltii.- an I Organ-
:. -; crisp and fresh, fine and
sh". ��� . s iltable f ir dresses or
se iat ate blouses;  27 to 54-lnch
25=   35c      50c   75c   yard.
Black Swiss Muslins with
while  elots   35c, -?0c   and   -15c.
Black Batisi and Lawns
wil ll narrow si ripe an i cr iss-
lie.:   20c and 25c yard.
Black Mohair Grenadines;
double Col i. Iresa _uo l - vt I Ith;
a numl er of prettj. n* w ; al -
terns, floral and irreJ; 11 In.,
al   $1   yard.
Black Vcile3
Eollnnes and Marquisettes
In plain and fancj weaves, I!
to 16-lnch, 90c, $1.00. $1.25,
$1.50 to $2.50 yard.
T.  P,  Jackson of the Fraser hotel,
I* aves tomorrow on his holidays.
Cut  flowers ami  Hot   Plants.     Ring
up Tidy, the florist.    'Phone A1S4.
(',ec>r_i' Charboneaii, of Seattle, will
take up his residence Bhortly in this
city.
ste... , .et returning t > the prairie capital ee,, the expiration of his leave i I
absence,
Next   Saturda)    the  New    Westminster senior baseball team will play a
game In Bellingham.   The' boys have
be<��n  practising  hard, and  are confi-1
ilen!   of   winning.     The   senieeis     will
A car of Lake of the Woods flour  probably   play   their old    rivals,   the
was   unloaded   al   the   Brackman-Ker Athletics,   of    Vancouver, tomorrow
freighl shi'iis yesterday. evening.    This  will  lie' a good  game,
as the. keenest  of rivalry exists  _e-
The Ramona lefi yesterday with an
exceptionally   large cargo of generall
tween the two teams, neither having
a   very  decided   advantage  over  the
freight for Chiiliwack and way points.   0|h(M.  ���,,.,���..],,,,_,
The-  Transfer,   which   was    behind;
time   Saturday owing     to    a     broken
cylinder, litis been  repaired ami  lefi
ni tin' ordinary run yesterday.
Rev,    Dim   Sipprell   will     supply     at
Two ne'w   men  will  pla
for    th
Westminster  crlckel   club   al   th.'  half
day  match mi   Wednesday  afternoon,
when   a   Vancouver eleven   is  cumin;;!
ove���;���   to  tr>   conclusions,    W.   Morris
We- > Methodisi church, Vancouver, ;'"'1 Tlm Mahonej will wield tho
until .Inly 1. when the new pastor, th.' willow for the first time this season.
Rev.  R. Mllliken, assumes charge,        The howlers have not yel been seleci-
I'd.  lent  the' team  will  lee composed 'if
The body of the late'William Carter, the following: F. j, Peers, (captain),
who died .nt Saturday at the. Si. p. rj, Lashmar, J.H. Vidal, K. Bacchus,
Mary's hospital, was semi to Port ,\. Malins. W. Norris, C. Hiirvis. A.
Haney for burial ye'stereiay morning, ii. Turner, (' W Houghton, Tim
w i:. Fales had charge nf th*' ar- Mahony.
rangements.
Farmers i>> all parts of the country
.Miss Hilton, lately heel nurse at tin1 complaining of the prolonged
the Royal Columbian hospital, has spell of dry weather, an.l serious
resigned from thai position in order fears for a successful crop nexl fall
i i lake' up private nursing. This step are being entertained, Aider,,,an .1. I.
was taken on account 'if Miss Hii- Johnston, who has been down in the'
ton's health, which had heen failing Delta districl for a couple of days,
for some time'. says   that   the   land   is   very   dry.   ami
many of the old timers state that  this
Aid, .1. Henley, aerated water man- | is the dryesl year that they have.
dfacturer, has recently made an im- ever experienced, (in., of them spealt-
provemenl in the stopper used em his (ng ,��� ,h(, .,,,,,,,.,���.,��� S:|M .., have ]l(l|,n
ginger beer bottles, doing away with kere twenty years, an,I this is the
the' old style plug and sugstltuting a first time' i have, ever heard of i
screw stopper which is much easier farmer in th,. Delta praying fur rain."
to remove.    Much favorable commeni  .
'���" = ' "��� a " ���'    ea  M.m Henley's new -    . ��� ,
Customs Returns.
ielea.
I lie- following  is the. official   sla'e-
The senior lacrosse team put in one  menl  of the' revenue's t,.11.���<-1.���<i in tl,.'
.it  th,.  best   practices  of  th,.  sevis m: ,lis"'ir!   of  New   Westminster   during
last   night,  and  will  be  in  fine' condi
tion tor the- Maple Leafs next  Satur
day.    Quick  passing  anil   hard   check
ing were Ihe features nf th*' practice,
:iul ih.' Maple Leafs will have a rude
jwakenlng it' they  expect   t'i win  on'
Sat ure] iv.
the' m,i,ul, of May:
Chief  Port      $i 1,006.65
Out ports        3,257.11
Total  Duty       14.211:1.711
Other   Revenue's            2r>7.U!>
Total  Collections       1 1,520.76
Local  i'i 1N���<������ ;"in~  for th,'  month  of
May  show  an   Increase    of    .4,3S<>,0_
Tin. funeral ef I.m. Tong, :i China-  over the corresponding month e.r last
man who died in  the' Chin...-,, hospital   year,
mi   Sundaj   afternoon,   took   place   in ���	
Ihe   Douglas   street   cemetery   yester- Columbian College Notes,
day, D. Murchi.. having charge of th"      Rev   A   E_ Hetherlngton,   who a
arrangements,    The'   deceased   leaves
senile's   a   posil Ion   ".i   iii,'   sta;':' of  1 il '
For '��� edding plants. especially
Asters, telephone T. Davies <S_ Son,
i:  208.
H. SMITH
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
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I
tR'S BISCUITS
in  half-pound  packages
_25>c per 8b.
a wife in China, having gone there in j college uex| .,,,��� wl]] ,.,,.��� up h!a
": '������'��� "' -'' married after being '��| resilience in the- colleg  Wednesday, li,' will remain in "barge of his
church work a M ninl Pleasanl until
tin' .ipe'iiiag services iiii June 30, Dr.
Sparling, of Winnip ,.. s ix] ected I
pi each the dedication sen Ices, Rev,
C. H. Tupper, who has been the Do- J' ���'��� Westmun, of Cranbrook, suc-
inlnlon express messenger on the' local ceeds Rev. Mr. Hetherlngton, and will
c. p. u. train during the winter take up his duties the beginning of
months, lefi  yesterdaj     for   Calgary,  ���'"'���''���
having been promoted to the Calgary- The Board o! Managers foi Colum-
B ��� inton run. His place on th*' local bla College will meel on Friday e.: ;ht,
is taken by 11. Ackley, whil.' for the when the} wil] discuss the question
unmet months, Harold Broughton of the propoesd > illege extension
will drive ihe delivery wagon in thl3 movemenl in Vernon, IV C,
city. The   followln ,  stu lents   le_n.     bn-,
their homes Mes week:  Mlssses Jean
Burnett,  Armstrong;   Florence    Ann-'
our,   Kamloops;   Elsie  Benson,  Annie
Col 'en, Vam     .a   ; an ', Percj Wit - m,
Wlllian   B  ee.  ..nd   \ it li n v  Flewen, j
Porl  Simp
Matrlculatl ue      i xaminal ion.-      for
To,Dnt �� tin ;���  will begin Wi
��� i s: i.. jun*   : -. a' Lhe college.   it",
v.'. i . :: ;- will hi' th.' pi. -, I-
��� ��� imlner,
Wo: i on th   ��� xtenslon to tl," 3011th       \.. in, ,:] ,,,    ;      a] ,.,,;.,   <���<.���.,:���,���   |,
end of  the  Now   Westminstei   brldyte   for  rooms   il   the * illi       i u     i   in
h .     I ami need,   and    n   large   sevi nil bet, - students from the
necesasr;     piles  I, i*     g| . The   p, ib i dlltles     an    I
. , e, drlv* ���   in  within  the  pasl  I ��� , , * taxed to He Ir ut-
ti.ayg,    The  work   w ill   take
.    ,1 te.   The V spur will ~    ���,������       |ti    , im���    .,,
The steam ir Hal lis. ch irtered bj
the G. W H. for the purpose if taking
i cargo of ir. ilraullc pi. es ,, I laws in
1 wil', mm rive here on June 6 or 7. instead F ib ml the I '��������� enl ��� ��� sei ond is
previously   mum ��� mi e I,    There are al
.. ,:    ���...,..',   ],;,..��� cars et the pi ���
���  ., ine ���   . .'a ; :   '     are ex
,.,. ,.!    , .   rlvi   within the. nexl collide  if  ; ������
i.   .    R, F    Stllln
'  I lw icl .   have  gone    to    Toroi
���AT
Adams & Deans
������,. used  ia conn* cl lon   wiih  the
V.   V.   at,!   E,   bn".   nal   will   COSl     a     ,|;,    s. [j   '   '"' .       .        .,    , 	
iMinsl.l' im  le   - im   bof u e  being  com
. I,.���,.,!.
ENGLISH BRASS AND IRON BEDS
i
i
��
Just received a shipment of Brass and Iron j
Beds direct from Birmingham, Eng. They
are handsome, strong and durable. Come
see the line.
White Bedspreads, Sheets and Pillow Cases !
ii
Come anil inspect.
A great variety.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK.
PhnnR 73
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
MEN'S SUMMER SUITS
In Flannel and Worsteds
Mostly 2-piece Goods
Some three pieces
Just the thing for the
warm weather
Prices $10, $12, $13,
up to $16
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
YOUR CHOICE OE A HOME
West End 6 Rooms
West End 6 Rooms   ���
West End  Cottage
West End 5 Rooms   -
House 5 Rooms and 5 Lots
9 Splendid Lots
2 Splendid Lots
$1400
$1050
$2225
$1500
$1575
$1800
$ 450
Call and Investigate
McLEOD, MARK &  CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists," New  Westminster
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   HANK   WITH
______________ j/,,.  _.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER
-is,noo.ooo
Tin
for   he    mm
i" if, " rwti ih, It. A.., leaves for Cai-1
losi ra   'i'  lhi     b     all      in e   ': "') ' ������ Frid '���  lo nccompany a party
al  Qui   n's   |,arli   on   Satti d
We1 welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
year on SavlngB Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,   Manager.
See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklets, in GOLD, SILVER,
GOLD - PLATED    and    PEARL.
W. C. Chamberlin
|*��:<*r?_B__HBK
The Jsv/oier
eologl    ���  :   mm Toronto,  \\ ho will
between  the two  picked  city   teams, 't"dj the geology of Alberta.
uiii lu,vi' Im forego tli' plensu ���'      Principal Slpprell loaves on the 21sl
entertaining the winners al sttpp 'or for Fernie, where he will preach anni-
,,   few  days, owing   to  the Illness of rersary servl es and also lecture, i	
Sid Malcolmson.    The  heanfea     will      v,'. D, ,1ones, of Michel, will arriveU^ ���.���;������ ******* ******.:*****:**
oome oft' as  soon   -. ���   Mr.   Malcolm- ;���  ,���,,, ,.,j    this week to take cl ������:>���       "  rX7r.   TXT ���
so!! has recovered, i ml \-.i the mean- .,������ ,:,,, Methodisi church work a: Jubi- ;*    SEND  IN
time, the other players will diligently |ee ;ill | Sunbury
cultivate an appetite, Rey   ,  A   B(lls ,Ulll su..   ,.���,,,,  ,,,-
,,. , .      , ,,.,    ,   .,        ,, Ladner, are reported Berlously ill,
Percy Webb,  ol   Winnipeg,  a    vec*  __.	
in the city :���' stei daj on a six m nth ���'
";,;"" :Y^IN BOYS AND GIRLS |
NOTICE
/. r.EN T 11A .1 UL TOi\   U A TCh
,^BB0B0fja_e________W
vacatlon,    Mr.  Webb ha ;  been  t hi if
olerl   of the Winnipeg city  office   ' ' 	
the Dominion express for some time,      On and after June 1st all accounts
and has come to the coast ln'order to musl   posltivelj   :" paid by  the   L5th  ^
health,   Mr. Webb is ser- of   following   month, otherwise   new   |
louslj   ���  .  Iderlng the advlsablll j    if orders will not be filled, A
Kolng Into business on  the coasl  In- GILLE)    IROS., LTD.
and have their eyes examined
I
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
: ���:,
:
RYALL'S DRUG STORE:
���.:*<;.*���'*������:*"*������������*������*"*���*' * * �� <*���*'*:* '<*".*b*y*b.*y*Mi::*:,* f THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY
-UNE
REAL   ESTATE TAX BY-LAW,  1307.
A by-law to fix the rate ancl pro.ble
for the collection of taxes on t>e
assessable property in the city of i
New   Westminster  for    the    year
1907.
The municipal council of the cor- !
poration of the city of New Westmin- I
Ster enacts  as  follows:
1,    There shall be raised, levied and
collected, for the year 1.07, upon the |
assessed value of all the rateable real |
property  In the said  city, as shown
on   the   hist   revised   assessment   roll
thereof, a rate of 24 mills in the dol- [
lar, for the following purposes:
(a I    To   provide   for  sinking   fund
and interest on debentures issued by
ihe   corporation, and   outsaading,   17;
mills and 96-100ths  of a mill in the j
dollar, less 10 and 33-100ths of a mill
received in general revenue.
ib) To provide for the payment
oi charges for school purposes, 16
mills and 2S-100th8 of a mill in thej
dollar, less i mills and 89-100ths ct
a mill received from education department.
(ci To provide a general revenue
for the use of thc corporation for tn ���
year 1907, I mills and 98-100ths of
a mill in the dollar:
2. Every person who is assessed
on the revised assessment roll for the
current year shall cause to be paid
to the collector of the saiel city, at
bis office, city hall, the full amount
of the taxes for which he or she is
rated under this by-law, tdgether with
all arrears (if any) within thirty
days after demand has been made for
the same, and any person who refuses or neglects to pay such tax'is
within the time hereby limited shall
be subject to the provisions of the
"New Westminster Act," 1888, and
amending acts, with respect to the
collection  of taxes.
2. The collector is hereby authorized to receive the taxes levied under this by-law in instalments of not
less than one-quarter of the taxes
levied cn any lot, and to allow the
discounts provided for in clause 4
hereof.
4. A discount or reduction of one-
sixth of the amount paid will he allowed on all taxes levied under this
by-law if the same be paid to the collector on or before the first day rj
August, 1907, 10 per cent, of the amount paid, if paid on or before the
first day of September, 1907; 7 1-2
per cent, of the amount paid, if paid
on or before the first day of October,
1907, and 5 per cent .of the amount
paid, if paid on or before the firs'
day of November, ino?; but no discount or reduction shall be allowed
en   arrears.
5. This by-law may be cited as the
"Real Kstale Tax By-law, 1907."
Done and passed in open council
the 2(lth  day  of May, A.  D��� 1907.
W,   II.  KEARY,  Mayor.
AV. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
(I.. S.)
NOTICE TOJSEDITOIIS.
In the matter cf t!'e estate of Charles
Ele;.",  late  of  New  Westminster,  B
C, decea;ed.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant io tin' "Revised Statutes of
British Columbia" 1897, Chapter 1ST,
thai ail creditors and others having
claims againsi ihe estate' of ih" said
Charles Blair, who died on or about
the 20th day of April I:m.7. are re-
QUeste I on ee:- l,i fore the 22nd. (2_)
day of .Imi", 1907, to send by post,
pr* Maid or deliver to the undersigned
solicitors iei' Roderic Sample ami Dr,
Edwin .1. Rothwell, executors of the
lasl will and testament of the .aid
dei ��� .1 si ,1 th* ir christian ainl Kuril.1 ;, addresses ami descripti ms, the
Icul irs of their * Ini ms, ih- statement of ilieie' accounts and the nature of the se irltles ei'' nny) held
by them.
-WM FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that after such last mentioned dati'
' ��� eid executors will proceed '" dis
le ibe- assets of the deceased
1 1 ng the pi Hi es entitled tin reto,
having regard only to tin' claims of
which they shall then have' notice,
1 nd tl il ila' -��� ii,| executors will nol
I e liable for (he said assets or any
pari thereof tn any person or persons
of whose claims notice shall noi have
been received by them at ihe time of
such distribution,
Dated   this  22ml.  day of .May,  1907. j
.MARTIN ii McQUARRIE,
Solicitors for said   executors,   Trapp
Block,  New  Westminster,  n.  C.
 ��� ������-
Westminster
Transfer Co.
office 'Phone 18..       Harn f none 137
Columbia St.
5
UBDIVISION of Lot 46, Block VL, comprising some of the finest residen-
tial sites in the city, is now offered for sale exclusively by us.  This mag-  Wjm
nificent property is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st St. (facing  ^
PROFESSION*,L
HITESIDE & ED_I(
ters and Bollcltoi
street.   New
Whiteside. H. L,
'ND8, |v
W^iiie.
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Queen's Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on uB..j. p. ���a..
1st St. at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave. and 1st St., held at
$1000);  2 lots on 4th Ave., 42^x120, at $600 per lot;  4 lots, 521x85, $450;
MPTO.N 1
'OLE.
*.|
"irt, Oi
5 lots, $400.
Call at our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
iprem*
Canadian   Hank  of  Conn
ing,  Columbia  streei.  oppogji
ottice, Nt'w  Westminster    u,
loan. 1Jlle��
$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.
Four houses to rent. One on 12th
street; one on Fourth avenue; one
on Agnes street; one on 13th street.
Apply at once.
READ THIS.
Splendid Farm, 10 chains waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate, No. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. One
of the best bargains to be obtained
in the district. For exclusive sale.
Price $10,500; $3,500 cash, balance
in 6, 12 and 18 months at 6 per
cent.
Lot facing -nd St., between Queen's
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's
Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all cleared;  lane
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south
side of ���ith avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
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.
1 1-2 house, C rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
17 lots, fun siz., 6th St., Burnaby,
east side, 100 yards from Cliff Can
Factory;   soil good.    Price only $1020,
Small house for sale, facing Agnes and Victoria,
west of (ith St. $1,700.
Water and gas connections.   Terms.
Small house, Victoria St.,
6 rooms. Water.
MARTIN, WEART & McQUaj,
barristers, solicitors, etc
Trappj
me 6tr_
Cces: New Westminsl
corner Clarkson and Lo
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24,
.ilie street. J.seph Martin K rl
W. Weait, W. ti. McQuarrie 'ni
Bourne. Mr. Martin wilfl be' In J
Westminster offices every Frldajl
ternoon "'���'��
HOWAY, REID &  BOWES, B_
ters,   solicitors,   etc.,  42
A Bunch of LOTS
street,   opposite   Court    I'i
Westminster.    A. Wheal
241.
ise,
HO.
One lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street, $1,050,
for sale exclusively.
$1,000;  j35o casj]i balance on easy terms.
Lots  14
I cleared. I
and   IB of  1  of ��    of     4
Pric* $500; for the two, 1-L'
car
Lots 21 and 22, Sub. e,r Lots 8 and 11
In   Block   13; corner of Durham an
St. ; full _iz"d lots
2-storey Bouse, 7 rooms, bath room up
stairs; (lush closet; Rood steiblo; onAgnes verv   light clearing'
St.near Mb St.; all modern Improvements. q���v,  tji....i- in
Price   .3,000,   half  cash,   balance..' easy;   a OU��. _3io.K  JO.
really excellent bargain. 4 lots on Fifth Streei, 11, 12, 13,  11,
Sub. 21  of Lot 16, Block XIII,  .-Room Sub.  15, S. Blk.  13.      $350 each, half
House; hot and cold water; Hush closei; cash, balance (! nionths at 7 '/<..
Kr^p^Ss^'t^lSooWfia- 2 houses corner of   Merrival   and
ance 2 and 0 months at 7 percent. Ham- Agnes;   full  sized lot;    city block 31,
ilton St.,  first house off Cth St. between loi 11;    one liouse rents for $25, the
other $lu;   flush  closets  and  all con-
alongside   and   back.      Price
half cash, balance easy at 7 '. ., ]f)ts on Mh  g,   between    r;h and cashi balance.' 6 months at 7 per cenl
More  exclusive   properties  just   listed   6th Ave. on enst side;  full sized, .'....      Lot  1! on Sherbrook streel of 11 of
132;  Xos.  9 and  12.     Price $1000 for :;, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal-
both, half cash, balance easy. ance, ti months at 7 percent.
line.   $300 cash. -"t !o,s on corner of 5th Ave. and      Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
lots south side of Sixth Avenue;   ,;i1* st-. S.-W. corner; cleared.    Price $500 for thre*   01 $175 each;   1-2 cash
60x115% feet- on  $1200; half cash, balance in C months balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
$1050 cash.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barristers
Solicitor, Guichon  block, rjgfl
.ia and McKenzie streets
minster, B. C.
Xew H'J
with us for sale.
Lot 5, opposite   Knox church, Sap-
d""mi  l|CI'to"' c'ast sicle Columbia Streei  on
(th and  Sth Avenues.
2-storey  House,  7 rooms, with all moil-
nected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance in ti, 12 and IS
months at 7 ...
���in acres >/2 section 14, X. % of E. '_
of Tn. 2, about 2, miles from bridge off
Ifaworth road, Surrey; house 1.x. (I.
li/n storey house, .1 rooms finished, another :1 can be added upstairs; small
shack; 1*2 acres cleared and seeded
red; fairly easily cleared.
One mile from shingle mill. Price
$1,200;.   terms half cash,  balance 12
em Improvements; size of ground lOOx
M_; second lot from (ith St. on 4th Ave.
on south side, Hue feet on avenue. 142.
Lane on both sides. Price $;S,200 ; $l,00o
cash, balance on time at 7 per cent.
N.-B. i\ of Sub. 19, Township 10; some
limber. Price $15 per acre; terms .1,000
cash, balance easy.
S.-W. Sub. Township 13;  some timber;
railway   runs  alongside;     old   B-acre  orchard.    Price $le"i  per acre;  terms   .1,000   with  clover
casb, balance' in three equal payments,
L'   lots  Block  4.   Richmond  St.,  Sapper
ton.    $4fi per lot. ,
1 acre clay, liouse on tram line near months at 1   <;,.
[Joyce station;  partly cleared;  fenced      1  full sized lot on St. Patrick's St.,
! across front facing tram line.   $1000, north side, between John McKeuzie's
j $700 cash, balance arranged. and   Glover's house.    Price  $475, half
cash, balance in C months at 7 %.
Full sized lot Xo. 12 on Royal Ave.
and Sth St. Price $.1050. half cash,
balance at 7 % per annum.
Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Sub. Block 5,
132x132 corner 100 feet square; two
houses drawing $28 per month. Price
$5,000. half cash, balance in 0 and 12
months.
2 lots on Princess St.,    Xo. fl and  storeys
12, between 6th and 7th Ave., two lots Second
from 6th  St. on south    side.      Price
Xo. 11, $210. half cash, balance fl mos.
at 7 %;    No. 12. cleared.    $315, halt-
cash, balance 6 mos. at 7 ',',.
Double tenement house, 4th Ave.,
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot. Price $1,700;
61 acres Murphy Landing, 4 miles cash half and half In fl months at 7',.
above Mission Junction. Just at the Rents for $10 each tenant.
landing of Murphy Landing, about the 1H0 S.E. .4 of Section 26, Dist. 12,
centre of lot; 25 acres cleared, under 10 acres,partly cleared; Kanaka cret
cultivation;   4-room   house,   barn   and running through; good road
at 7 per cent.
Vi acre between Queen's and :ird
Ave. on west side of 10th; Xo. 5 and
6, Block 4S; 132x165 feet; all cleared
and fenced. Price $1050; $550 cash,
balance in fl months.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $S00 cash
2 lots, Xo. 24 and 32, block ., between Sixth avenue and Xanaimo St.,
and between 14th and 16th streets.
Price $425 for both, cash
Block 7, Lot 6, 2 subdivisions running from 5th to 6th St., 4th and 5th
.Ave.; one lot. on tram line. $800 for
one: price $1,500 for the two.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrisl     So
and Xotary Public, ln pi    tlcei
1891 at Xew Westmins. -  B.C, I
flees removed to Curtis Bl   _,r_l
son   street, opposite   Court Hoj
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64,
28 acre's on Mara road, Burnaby,
$160 an acre FOR A FEW LAVS
ONLY. One-rjuarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 ','.
2 lots, full sized. 132x132, corner of
the Crescent;  7-roomed house.   Price
W.
$10,500, Yz cash, balance 6, 12 and  18
months.
Block 12 on 12th St., east side: 10
full sized lots. Price $2,500. one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
6th and 7th St., with one
acre of land, containing
fruit trees, outbuildings,
stables, &c.; an exceptionally cheap bargain. Price
$4,500. $2,500 cash, balance
in 1 year at 7 per cent.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & 7th Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on 8th Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
TO   RENT.
liouse on Urantford street, south
side from 6th street, painted white,
$15,00 per month in advance.
A  Cheap  Property.
House  fl  rooms,    flush closet,
on Fourth Ave., one lot from
St.    on    south    side.    Price
$1900;.   half cash,    balance  at   7  per
cent.    Fruit trees;  lot 55x165
House  30x42,   Ith    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 r'.in-
one idle  ning back  to Ash St.     Price $3,500;
stable;  about one acre orchard, bear- north   of   Webster's corner:     shingle  $1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
ing fruit trees.    Price $1,350, on easy J11'11 :ln<* ,ppj at the west corner; tim-  _, - cent
terms (or $1,250 cash).    $22 per acre,
V_ cash, balance fl and 12 months.
10 acres section 32, X.-E. corner of
X.-W. %, uncleared. Timber fir, cellar, and alder; good soil; a mile from
Vale road; sandle road and new road.
her worth $7 \-ev acre: cedar and fir;
���I miles from Port Haney. Price
$2,100: terms $1,100 cash, balance arranged.
10 acres land Xew Westminster, Lot
.".  S.   Div.  34, Surrey;     3  miles from
bridge.    Price  $100;     $200  cash,  bal-
5 lots corner of street between 8th ance terms at 7 %;    near the Turn-
aml  9th  Ave. on 2nd  St., side of 2nd  ver cannery.
St,, equal to one acre; partly cleared.      I room house,    bath room,  pantry;
$500.   half cash.      A  splendid    oppor- on  11th  St., between Queen's and 3rd
tunity for investment. Avenue.
_ rooms, 2-storey house', bath room,      1 acre upper side of 4th Ave. and 2
water and light; full sized lot, 66x100 lots west of flih St.: large house of 8
feet, situated flth St. between 4th and rooms;    electric    light    connections;
Six and one half acres, one acre
cleared ready for planting: 1 1-2 acres partly cleared. House, 5 rooms,
14x24; storey anel half, small barn;
chicken house; fruit trees and strawberry plants; $1,700, half cash; balance In 'hree months at 7 per cent.
This is a valuable holding, and near
to the city, call and bring this advertisement with you for further particulars.
James Inlet, three square miles, at
IM   $6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
Large lot anel two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
at $10 each.
One and erne half storey house and
full size lot, situated north side of
Royal avenue and corner of McKinnis
street; ft rooms; bath room, hot and
cold wire:, closet; woodshed; young
bearig fruit trees; streets on three
sides; fine view. Price $1,800. $900
cash.
One full sized lot, 2nd lot from corner, Uth street and 8th avenue, lot
66 xl44 feet,   $250 cash.
Sth Ave, on west side. Price $2,300,
Vs cash, balance in fl months at 7 ','.
24 acres in Sunbury; fl chains water
front; 12 acres cleared; 8-roomed
house, lath and plastered; wood shed,
chicken barn and fruit trees of all
kinds. Pric $3,000. Terms one-third
cash,  balanc,' fl and   11!  months.
shade trees and fruit orchard. Price
$4,500; . $2,500 cash, balance in one
year at 7 rc.
160 acres,
$40 per aire
miles  from city.
Two lots on 18th sireet, between  7th and 8th avenues,
Corner of Hamilton street,
Xo. I 1 and 12. Price $245, '_
cash, balance fl months.
Iflu  acres in Surrey;  S '.i   of
X.'j   eef  sec  'J,  township  2.     Log
house, 16x24, and chicken coops,
small i arn; 60 fruit trees; 12
acres cleared, I acres under
cultivation and 8 acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, iy cash, balance' in  12 months at 7%.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St, Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, 55.6x166, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue, Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to  suit.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six-
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
One full sized lot, 66x132; 2 storey
house; 7 rooms; flush closet upstairs;
all modern improvements; new house:
$3,000. y cash, % in fl months at 7
pei cent. Good sized stable and fruit
trees. Second house from Sth street
vest, on tipper side.
10 acres In sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and abler. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lo'.- *7. IS, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street an i Sth avenue; _ corner lots
$250; I inside lots $200 each. Prii e
$550, cash.    Single  lots at  cash.
Four ,and one-half acre's betwei _
Seventh and Eighth avenue; south
-; ���  of ! -��� Btreet,    Price $2,500.
Lol   11 on  Fifth  avenue, sub  B, 10
Of  Sub   9,   $300  cash.   \:,   cleare .1;   size
55 feet   by 132 feet.
Ho o<- and three lots, corner 3rd
Ave. and llth St.; ."-room house' ami
kit* hen. Price $1,500, one-third cash,
bal. fl and 12 months at 7 per cent.
House corner of 7th St. and 4th
Ave.; !) rooms; 2 full sized lots, 66x
132; orchard of apples, pears ami
plums. Price' $4,000, $2,000 cash, balance on time at 7 ';.
_|_. storey house', io rooms, also
mo,leni Improvements; lot 66x132;
lane al back: part of lot set out with
fruil tress and nice lawn. Price
$J,750. $1,500 cash, balance fl and 12
months at 7 per cent.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
the city, from $25.00 to $3,W0
Full sized lot In Sapperton. facing
Brunette  street.    Price $150 cash.
Six lots, 50x150
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on
enquiry.
86 acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.      Acreag<
li.  running    through.       $9,460,  terms  or Gilley  road.    $225  per acre.
easy.    Investigate. age Is selling fast at this price
Cottage   oi   'l   ronms    and    woodshed;
sieieill   stable;     l   let   44x182,  on  2nd   lot
from -lile  Ave    ou   i:;tb  St.,   west side;
practically  new;  papered; sink and pan-   i,.,,..,  4riY.11-
try.    Price $1,000;   terms $200 cash.  $16     '   n  4UX80'
outside city limits  monthly nt 7 per cent, or rents at $10 per   pair  south   side
month for one vear.
cash, bal, In fl months at 7 per cent
-   lots  1.11   Cumberland
'el per Jot.
St.,   Sapperton,
on Vancouver road, comer
Acre-
2 lots corner of inth and St, Andrew's
St��� between -Ith and Bth Ave., we-st Bide
of Huh St.; all oleared. Price$800. half
cash, balance (! months at 7 per ent;
both run through from street to strict;
,, Heenei bargain.
McQUARRIE  &  CO.
Baggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly to any
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Team Depot
Telephone   333
Real Estate Brokers
FRONT   STREET
Telephone   333
F. 1IANSFOH D, Barrfil
Solicitor, etc., Cre' _t \/A
corner Columbia and U Kajj
streets, Xew Westminster, it.
BOARD OF TRADE.���Xew WestJ
ster Board of Trade meets In J
Board Room, City Hall, ns tolloij
Secoud Wednesday of eai h mod
Quarte.ly meetings on the seca
Wednesday of February,
August and November, at 8 p.|
Annual meetings on the Becol
Wednesday of February. .Vj
members may be propo:
elected at any monthly or quart**!
meeting.   A. R. Wb''e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a eommmftmiing
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street, Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cobi water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane in rear: part of lot
set out With fruit tree's. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash,  balance arranged.
2 lots, 20, 21; Xo. 20, $170; No. 21,
(corner) $175. Durham and Second
streets.
near
ROYAL.  CITY   PRECEPTORY, No.*
r.    B.   K.   of   l,   meets   ta
Friday    of    each     month,   at
p.   m.,   In   Orange   hall,   corner |
Royal avenue and   7th streel
journing Sir Knights   cordiallj
vited to attend.    W. E. Dunlop.
P.; J. Hood, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO, It
���Meers  in  Orange  hall  flrst
third Friday in each month at i
m.    Visiting brethren are cordi;
invited to attend.     W. Pope. W.
James Humphrey, Rec.-Sec.
20  acr.   blocks,   fruit   lands
Junction, $20 per acre
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $lo per
month.    Only $1,050.
House, IU rooms, 1'._ lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
1 full-Sized Lots between Seventh
avenue and Hamilton street, eai i I
Eighth street; all cleared and fenced;
a large barn on oneof the lots. $1,600,
half cash, balance one year at 7 per
cent.
7 Lots on Twelfth street, between
Queen's and Third avenue; west side
of car shop; full size. Price $3,500
cash.
10 acres North road, 'li of a mile
from city limits on Port Moody; 5
acres under cultivation; 7-roomed
house; frame barn; chicken house,
fenced and in good ->���
Price $4,500,   half
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 2
The regular meetings of this loi
are held in Oddfellews' hall, Colt
bia street, every   Monday  eveniia
at 8 o'clock.    Visiting brethren m
dially invited to attend.   S. GregoiJ
N. G.; C. S. Richmond, V. (1.: ��  I
Coatham, R. S.;  J. W. MacDonalJ
F. S.; Alex. Adams. Treas.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LODGE No!
���Meetings the flrst and third Ttiejl
day In each month. Ve-i'isl
brethren cordially invited fo atteajf
Lodge room, A. 6. U. W. hall, 0.1*
fellows' bloclc, Clarkson street, fl
S. Corrigan, recorder; Louis Wit'.|
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.1
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.-|
Rod Rose Degree meets Second
Fourth Wednesday of each m..t.*IlB
ln K. of P. Hall, Columbia SI
8 p. m��� White Rose Degree. Fourtli
Wednesday In each month, s;.nie|
time and place. Visiting Brethren!
cordially invited. E. B. Stini
combe, Ties., ii. Disnev, Secretarn
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.Of]
���Meets (ho Fourth Friday it:
month at 8 o'clock, In the smaui
hall, Oddfellows' block. VisltlBll
brethren are cordially invited to m
tend. J. B. Rushton, C. R.; F.
Maxwell, R. S,
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,1
A. O. F.���The regular meetings olf
this Lodge are held on (he Second!
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 pi m. In the Oddfellows' Hail]
Visiting Brethren are cordialy in]
vJted to attend. B. C. Firth, C. R.|
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE   ROYAL  TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet   every Wednesday!
at 8 o'clock p.  m��� in Oddfellows'!
Hall,   Columbia     street.     Visit in. |
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R, Bro*!. I
Sec.
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES)
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First anil f
Third Tuesday of every month Id |
K.    of   P. Hall.     John    McNivon.
Chlef; J. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec
THE MORNING PAPER IS INE 0
PAPER FOR ADVERTISE Ly. JUNE  4. 1907.
THE   DAILY   NEWS
ITJjVE .;
_���i ���,
r��.
T"
NOTICE.
. ,_ HEREBY GIVEN that six-
��� '     ,,,',. we intend to apply  to
I ,, ,', commissioner of Lands
I      . ,' ,'iniissi.m to cut and oar-
I .'   ,.    from  tbe.  following
fey ;,;,.'i,,:mO' ni  Kltoumgallum
m \\%%m s'.j_______________________.
-in-' ,Jis"'.'   -a    a post   planted
"nm;'."�� north of  the  north-west
������ ��;,.I''K''     Green's    preempt on   0
'- ',;,,..   ,. follows: ?0 chains,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date we intend to make application to Hi*- Hon. the lhl >f Conffhis-
sioner of Lands and Works, for a special license to cul md carry away
timber from the be'.: iwing described
lands, situated in the Coasl District
the West Bank of  Kittimal  Ann,
net   registered   under the  provisions
of the. "[.and Registry Act," shall be
fdrever estopped and debarred from
setting ine any claim to or in respect
of the siid  land so sold  fee.- taxes as, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
provided by the "Land Registry Act." : Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
" "  Dominion Lands in the Province of
For. 25 Cts,
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion La-.ds in the Province
of British  Columbia.
''^inasouth; SOcbaina west and  about 15 miles south of Kittimat in-
nc3lun.rth   to point ot commence jdfan  ^..^  ^  &  ^ .. ^
No.   20.  running    a.,    follows:���80
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE NOTICE lhat an applicatiou
bas   been   made   to register   Alice   B.
... lng
��� it    a    post     plemte-d
fi*i��*"north of tbe  north-west ^^^^       	
fJc"'.A Green's preempUon claim,   chains west, 80 chains north, SO chains
5 Co|'6Tchalns Taat and 40  east, more or less to the shore, then
l"1^,.-;;",.. 'the point   of commence- : a]ong the 8hore l() .)i)in> o{ (,)mm(1|1(.(>_
it"   a    post   planted I ment.
No, 21. Commenc
..   .    north ot th
F. A. Gree-
north-west corn's pre-emption claim.
icing al a post plant-
^^>'f'veins' w^lnTsd   e'' 0n the west b^k of Kittimat Arm
lns 5,10 point of commencement      about 15  miles south ot Klttlmat In-
fyommencing   at   a^J^jJ���   dian village, in a small bay, thence 80
.;,'Y ilr'"i>!s pP-mption  claim,    -----       ���   --^���
follows:  160 cliains east;
..; t0i��6o   chains west;    40
. i-oi.it of commencement.
Le'omiii
ncing
at   a   post    planted
���     -i ��� ������rtli of the north-west cor-
I' ,!..,���,  pre-emption claim,
'   ''���,-.    follows: ion chains east;
���       ' l06.   chains   weat;    40
... ,.,,,���, ���f commencement.
. ,lng   at   a   post    planted
.   .., ,��� the north-west cpr-
"       ,.rl'.s pre-emption e-ieiim.
follows: 160 chains east ;
100    cbains   west;     40
��� commencement.
mptlon claim, j chains west, RO chains south, SO chains
least, more or less to shore, thence
, along shore to point of commence-
1 ment.
No. 22. Commencing a' a post planted in a  bay given name of Indepen-
British Columbia. Sealed    Tenders    addressed t >  the
  Commissioner of Dominion Lands, De-
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe partment of the Interior, and marked
McDougall, as the owner in Fee , Commissioner of Dominion Lands, ou the envelope "Tender foi Timber
Simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from Dppartment of the Interior, and mark- Berth No. 521," will be received at this
the Mayor and Treasurer of the City i ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim- Department until 12 o'clock noon on
of New Westminster, to Alice B. Mc- j ber Berth No. 518," will be received ^ Wednesday, the 21th day of July, 1907,
Dougall, bearing date the lath day of I at this Department until 12 o'clock ��� for a license to cut timber on berth
January, A. D., 1900, of all and singular , noon on Wednesday, the 24th day of e No. 521, comprising lands situate in
that certain parcel or tract of land' July, 1907, for a license to cut timber, the Province of British Columbia, to
and premises situate, lying and being ' oa Berth No. 518, comprising lands i the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake
In the City of New Westminster, in! situate in the Province of British Col- j and comprising 5 blocks, described as
the   province    of   British     Columbia, ' umbia to the west of Chehalis Creek   follows:
and described as follows: Block  1,���Comprising  tint,    portion
Timber Berth No. 518, comprising outside Timber Berth No. 41, Block 1,
that portion of Section 29 lying north and Timber Berth 254 Block 1, of Sec-
of Timber Berth 2S0 and that portion! u"n '-'��� Township 1, Range 30, West
of Section  32    outside Timber Berth:"1'    Illf> 6th  Meridian,    containing an
area of ,'!S7 acres, more or less,
more particularly known and described as: Subdivision 30 of Lots 8
and 9 Suburban Block 3.
Vein and each of you are required to
contest   the   claim   of   the   tax   pur-
We will send to any
address, post prepaid, a
Good Tooth Brush
and a 25-cent box
Tooth Powder
New lot Stamp Mat Patterns just to hand.
C. F.A.Gr
innin_
i. .. north:
' ' ',:,"_______i   ,     ,   ,
.,���    a    pest    planted
.   .    . ,  go, the north-west cor-
,mi Green's pre-emption claim.
dent Hay situated about 2 miles south  chaser within forty-five days from the'264 an(I sailJ Bfirth 2S0' in Township ________________________
cast of the norih end of Constie Is-   date of  the first   publication of  this  4, Range 30, West of the Gth Meridian;       Blook 2.-Bounded on the wesl   b)
land on  easl  bank  of  Kittimat  Arm.  notice mherivi*.   i _h���n .��.._*_..  _n. Jalso the north half and the south-east   Chehalis Creek, on the east by Timber
Curtis'
Drug, Spectacle
and Seed Store
C. F,
ows: 4u cbains west.
inSsoumf;��  40 chaina east
! ��� i poinl "I commencement.
'    ,    pncmg   nt   a   post    planted
,���:,,;,��� the north-west cor-
.  ,, .. n'a pre-emption claim,
.,,;      follows: 80 chains west;
""''nS ���     so chains cast; 80 chains
Arm,  notice, otherwise I shall register Alice
thence   80   chains  south,    in  chains B. McDougall as owner thereof in fee. j
oast, 40 chains north,  in ehains east.   And   I   direct  that  publication  of this
west   to  notice for thirty days in a daily newspaper published at New Westminster
10   chains  north,   80  chaina
point of commencement.
No. 23, Commencing at post planted
about 20 miles south of Kittimat Indian village on Devastation channel
en easl bank and about 50 yards south
of the  Hot Springs, thence 80 chains
ith;
to  the
will   be   good  and   sufficient   service
thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia this 25th day of April,
A.  D.,  1907.
(.'.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar
To   William   Edmonds,  Esq.
quarter of Section 26, the north half
and the south-west quarter Section
'i'i, the ea^t halt Section 2'-. th' north
half Section 32, Sections 33, 31, "5
and those portions of Sectiiv; 25 and
Berth 29.S Block l.and the east boundary of same produced northerly to
Timber Berth 298 Block 2; on the
north by Timber Berth 264 Block 2,
and 29S Block 2; and on the south by
I                        :���'?'.".'   planted I east, SO chains south,  Se. chains west
��� ^temptto^lm; !""n' '"' '"s* "> tht> *^'-' then along
".    'follows: 160 chains east; the  shon'   to   poinl     of    commence-
"       i60 chaina west; and 40 .
point of commemce-
^^^^^^B No. 24. Commencing al nosl planted
.,,   ...    post    planted
��� ,���,rtli-w.'St cor- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 	
^Green's_pr^emp_tlon^talm, on   east    bank   of   Kittimal   Arm     on   a:"'  those claiming  through or under , quarter Section IS, the south half and
36 outside Timber Berths 280, 2(31 and Timber Berth 254  Block 1, containing
272, in Township 4, Range 1, West of ;ln area of 725 acres, more or less.
I the 7th Meridian; also Sections 3, 4, Block 3.���Commencing at the south
5, the north half and south-east quar- east   corner   of   Timber   Berth  298
I ter Section 6, Sections 7, 8, the north Gloc'< -'��� thence north-easterly at right
half and the south-west quarter Sec- anSIes to the   easterly boundary    of
to  point, of commencement.
5. Commencing at a post set close
to No. 4 stake, thence west eighty
chains, south eighty chains, east eighty chains and north eighty chains to
point  of  commencement.
J.  P. THOMPSON.
New Westminster, B. C, 30th May,
1907.
tion 9, the south-east quart
i 10, the south half Section 16, the south
NOTICE.
land   thence  4b chains  them,   and  all   persons   claiming any
about lu miles north of Harttery Bay
._ emptlon claim,   ,,n    (
tS'rfaoTfollows: -t'i chains norlli:
north;     40    I awkesbury        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.outh;  t20chains ,,.,,,   ,,;,, ,.iKljIls ,,, ,r,h, 40 chains west   interest in the said laud by virtue of
,        .   commencement.
at   a  post    planted more or less, to shore then along shore
north of the south-west ,.,  , ,,im   ���f commencement,
loi   No,  26,  then running '
���   ��� "   "" "y '���      No. .... ( ommencing at post planted
about  lu miles north of Hartley Bay
half and the north-west quarter Sec-
All persons served with this notice, : tion 1?   th(? n0].th ha)f an(, south.east
er Section   sailt Berth 29S Block 2, | miles; thence I
north-westerly at right angles to last j
course, 54 chains; thence south west-' Notlce is hereby given that thirty
erly, at right angles to last course, 2 i cla>'s after date we lntend to ^P1* t0
miles to easterly   boundary   of   said |the  Hon-  the  chlef Commissioner of
..      160 chains west;   40 chans
... . ,.;;    and  40 chains
mencement.
.ncing   at    a   post
^^^^^^^^      planted
,,, ,   uns "nortii of tiie south-wesl
ll0I1 No,   26,  then  running
,  Chalns west:  4u  chains
east;  40 chains  north |
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lng    et   a   post    planted   p,  chains  north,   40  chains  west, 40
.    bhrV��*?!l??: chaIna aorth' 4" chalns west- t0 "oint
""" -������'-" �� '  of commencement.
on   easl   bank   of   Kil imal   Ann   on
Hawkesbury  Island on a small creek,
thence   120   cbains   south,   10   (hains  settln
east,   1" (Iiains north,  10 chains east,
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest in the
saiel land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the 'Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
up any claim to or in respect
of the said land so sold for taxes
as provided by the "Land Regtsiry
Act."
north-west quarter Section 19, and
those portions of Sections 1, 2, the
east half Section 11, and Section 12,
west of    Timber Berths 272 and 202,
Berth 29S Block 2; thence south-east-jLands and Works for permission to
erly along said boundary to place of | cut an,i can'-v awa-v the tlmber from
beginning, excluding    therefrom   any
portion of    Timber Berth    308, which
in Township 5, Range 1, West of the . might fall within the same, containing
an area of 8G4 acres, more or less.
Block 4.���Commencing at a point
on lhe easterly boundary of Timber
Berth 302 Block  1,    5 chains    south-
li'nif as follows:  lib) chnins wes   .
100  chains easl ;     40
��� , point  eef  comm* ncement,
g 041 u n -. more en- loss.
WM.   MOODY,
FRANK   VANDAI.L
I0PSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
1 rnlnlon Lands with-
tell iti British Colum-
ste 1 led by any parte sole he' id of a  family.
. iv .ears of   age, t 1
��� |uarter   section ol
es, more 1     less.
e made personally al
11   .' : er the district iu
mi ... situate.
te mesteader Is required to per-
condil ions connected there-
��� m ��� of the following plans:
��� isl six months' residence
I- '   1 ultlvation of   the land In
: three years.
the father (or mother, if the
U  lei eased), of the homestead-
,   a  1 farm In the vicinity
itei   1 for,  the   require-
1 resl leai ������ may be satlsfle i
et smi   residing   wltob   \bo
mother,
ettl ir has his perman
upon farming land own
In :iii' \Iclnity of his home-
re i ilremenls   as  tei resl
1' 1    by 1 esldence
; land
11    ce In \\ citing should
1 the   Commissioner nf Ho-
\'i'. 26. Commencing al post planted
aboul one mile and a quarter west.
of Kiakiata Bay Indian village, on the
north bank of bay, thence 160 chains
aorth. 4o chains cms-; more or less
tn Indian Reserve Ime, thence 160
chains south along Reserve line to
shore, then along shore to point of
commencement.
W. H, MOODY,
FRANK   VANDALL.
Locators.
Located  April 6th, 1907.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
lays after date, we Intend to applyto
���' ��� Hem. Chief c immissloner of
Lands and Works for a special
licence to cut and carry awaj timber from the following described
lan is. situated fa th* i asl district:
Bi ginning at ,1 p ���*' d inted hea 1
: small bav south -i le ' ll"-". ;hton
island about one mile 'Mist of Booker
Lagoon, thenc*1 north 40 chains, west
80 chains, north vo chains, east fn
chains, south 4'1 chains, east in
1 bains, south 10 chains, east 40
ehains. south I" chains, west 4U
chains to point of commencement.
THE   M'LAUGHLIN   LUMBER   CO
7th Meridian: also Section 12, the
east half Section 24, and the southeast quarter Section 25, Township 5,
Range 2, West of the 7th Meridian,
containing an area of 12,025 acres,
more or less.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    The berth must be surveyed within
    one year after the date of the notice
NOTICE. : awarding the berth.
  The regulations  under  which  a '���-,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Take notice that    thirty days after   cense will    be    issued,    also printed   course following the boundary of said
date I Intend t'i make application to | forms of tender and envelope, may he   Berth 302, 40 chains:    thence north-
obtained at this Department or at the   westerly   paralled    to first course SO
offlce of the Crown Timber Agent at   chains,  more or less,  to    correspond
New Westminster, B. C. wlth length  of    first course;    thence
Each tender must be accompanied south-westerly paralled to second
by an accepted cheque on a chartered course 40 chains, to point of corn-
bank in favour of the Deputy of the   mencement, containing an area of 320
the following described lands, situate
in the Kitsumgallum valley:
Claim No. 40������Commencing at post
planted S. E. corner about 20 miles
up from the mouth of N'orth Fork of
the Kitsumgallum river above Kitsumgallum   lake,   thence   running   as
easterly from the north-east corner \ follows: 40 chi-iins west, 80 chains
thereof; thence south-easterly along | north, 40 chains east, 40 chains north,
said easterly boundary SO chains.more I 40 chains east, SO chains south, 40
or less, to the angle it said east I chains west, 40 chains south to point
boundary of Tim er B<". .1 302; thence | of commencement..
north-easterly, at right angles to last
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a license to cut and carry
iway timber from the following des-
crlbed lands:
No L���Conimencing at a posi planted    in the   wes: side of    Twenty-Five!
Mil.- Creek and marked .lames Sharpe,
No.  1   post;    thence  40 chains west; :
thence south 80 chains: thence east so
chains; thence north 80 chains: thence 1
west 4n chains, to point of commence- |
ment.
No. 2.���Commencing at a post
planted one mile south of .lames
Sharpe's No. 1 post: thence west in
cliains: ihence south SO chains: thence
easl SO chains; thence north SO
chains; thence west 40 chains, to
point of commencement.
s    . JAMES SHARPE.
Tenders   for   License   to   cut   Timber
on Dominion  Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
Vani
11.  ('.,  May 27.  1907
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Florence Marj
Eveleigh as the ownei in Fee Simple
under a Tax Sale Deed from The Cor-
uoration of the District of Burnaby, to
James Cunningham, bearing elate the
10th day of March, A. D., 1902, of all
ami singular thai certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate'.
it Ottawa or Intention lying and being In the Districl of New
Westminster, In the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as subdivisions
23 and 21 of subdivision "A" of lot 29,
group 1.
Vou ami each of you are hereby re-
M   per.Mil.
1   may be purchased at $10
ifl 1 oal and $20 for an-
N'ol  more than   320 acres
red    y one individual or
R >: altj at the.' rate or ten
ton e>; 2.111)11 pounds shall bu
��� on the .moss output.
\v. w. CORY,
y of the Minister of tho interior.
Unauthorized   publication o!
tfvertlsement   will not be pa!.!
FORESHORE   LEASES.
is hereby given that, lie' days
'"���  I   Intend   to  apply to  lhe
iel   Commissioner   of   Lands
for a lease of the foreshore
!,,"iniiug   and   milling    pnr-
"iiprlslng the whole" of a bay,
1   name of Independent Bay.
���'""f two miles south of the
1 "f Cost! Islan.1, on th*' east
quired   to   contest
the claims ot  th*'
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
tiie Commissioner of Dominion Lamls.
LTD. Departmenl of the Interior, and marked on the envelope' "Tender tor Timber Berth No, 516," will be received at
this Department until 12 o'clock noon
���eti Wednesday, the 5th day of Jung,
1907, for a license to cut timber on
Berth Xe). 516, comprising lamls situate In the Province of British Columbia, ami described a sfollows; ���
Timber Berth No. 516, comprising
Sect inns 27, 28, 33, 34, and the Las'
halves of Sections 29 and 32 in Township is. Range 23, Wesl of the 6th
Meridian, containing an area of 5
square miles, more or lens.
The berth must lee surveyed within
one year after the' date of the notice
awarding the berth.
The regulations un ler which a lionise will be Issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtanied at this Departmeul or al the
Minister of the Interior, for the amount of the bonus which the applicant
is prepared to pay for a license.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
N'o tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior.
Tenders for License tc Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
! SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner of Dominion Lands.
1 Department of the Interior, anil mark-
1 ed on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No, 519," will be received
ai this Department until 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the1 24th day of
July. I.n7, for a license to cut timber
em Berth No. 519, comprising lands
situate in the Province of British Columbia on the west siele of Chehalis
Lake and described as follows:
Timber Berth No. 519, comprising
those portions of tho following lands
Which lie to the west of Chehalis Lake
and outside nf Timber Berth 302 Block
2, namely, Sections 26, 27. the north
half nf Section 28, the smith half of
Section 33, the south half and the
north-east quarter of Section 34, Section 35, Township 5, and Sections 1.
2, the east half of Section 3, tli*-north
easl quarter of Section 10, Section 11,
the south half of Section 12, the south
wesl quarter of Section it, am
south-east quarter of Section 1
Township 6,   all In Range I, We
acres, more or les.
Claim N'o. 41.���Conimencing at jwst
planted at the head of Kitsumgallum
lake on west bank about 20 chains
south of the mouth of Kitsumgallum
river where it enters lake, thence 40
otwilns west, 160 chains south, 40
chains east more or less to the shore,
thence along shore to poin: of commencement.
Claim No.  12.���Commencing at post
Block 5.���Commencing at a point on | planted about 20 chains south of the
the easterly shore of Chehalis Lake, I north west of T. L. No. 7941, thence
50 chains southerly from northerlyl 40 ciuljns west, 160 chains south, 40
end of said lake; thence southerly chains east, 160 chains north to point
along said easterly shore of Like, 2V�� ] 0f commencement,
miles in direct distance, with a depth i claim No. 43.���Commencing at post
of C7 chains on said east shore, meas-1 planted at the nortii west corner of
ured at right angles to the general location No. 42, thence 40 chains west,
bearing of said easterly shore of lake I jgO  chains south, 40  chains east,  160
within the block, containing an area
of 1,340 acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within one year after the date of the notice awarding the  berth.
chains  north  to  point of commencement.
Claim No. 41.���Commencing at post
planted at the north west corner of
location No. 43, thence 40 chains west,
The   regulations  under  which a li- j 160 chaius smith| 40 cluiius eo3t> 160
cense will  be    issued
forms of tender and envelope, may be j ,,,������(���
also    printed   (.liai!ls  no,.tM  t0  ]loilu  of COmmence-
obtained at this Department or at the
offlce 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 lo pay for a license.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained. The highest or any tender
not  necessarily  accepted.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
See retary,
artment of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 24th,  1907.
De'
NOTICE.
Claim No. 45.���Commencing at tho
north west corner of location No. 11.
thence 40 chains west, 16b chains
south, 40 chains east, 160 chains north
to  point of commencement.
Claim N'o. 46,���Post planted at the
north west corner of location No. 42,
thence so cliains west, 120 chains
north, 40 chains east, SO chains south,
40 chains east, 40 chains south t 1
point   of  commencement.
Claim No. 47.���Post planted at the
nortii we.st corner of location N'o. II.
thence 10 chaius west, 160 cliains
north, 40 chains east. 160 chains
south to point of commencement.
claim No. 48.���Post planted about
40   chains   north   of  the   north   west
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
tax   purchase':'   within   forty-live   elays   X(,w   Westminster,   B,   C.
from the' date of the flMl publication      ,...,,.,, tender must bo accompanied
et this notice, otherwise l shall regis-   hy .,��� accepted cheque on a chartered' one
^orence Mar-  Eveleigh as owner  b'anl, iM favour of the Deputy of the awarding the berth,
he regulations under
the
In
  of
the 7th Meridian, containing an area
of 4,310 acres, more or less.
Th" berth must be surveyed within
year after th" date of the notice
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ corner L.   N'o. th
Take not,ce that* ,hi:;> aaysatfer chaina westi 40 chains south, 160
date 1 Intend tee make application to lhai���. east) IW���, ,���. 1(..s ,��� ,.iv,,..
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and   thencp akmg  rIver  ,���   ,���,,���,   ()f  com.
mencement.
101
iwin
p,,eo�� (n fee,    And  l hereby direel Minister of the Interior, fo rthe am-
it nublicatlon of this notice for thir- 0n.nt of the bonus  which  the appli-
ii'vs In a daily newspaper publish- cant is prepared to pay for a license.
;   N'ew  Wesliiiins:'':' wil  be good Ti���, highest or any   tender  not  ne-
stifl'icient service' thereof. cessarlly   accepted.
Dated at the Land Registry Office, \o tender by telegraph will be en-
New Westminster, Province of British tertained,
Works for a license to < at and carry
away limber freim the following described lands, situate,', in No,. Westminster (listrict.
1. Commencing al a ihis!, set on
the south bank of Cypress creek about
three and a half miles west from Silver creek, thence north eight) chains,
east eighty chains, south eighty
chains,   and   west   eighty     chains    to
e.i
anc
Columbia, this 25th day or April,
1110
To L. A. Bayne,
C.   S.   KEITH.
District  Registrar.
Esp.
All  persons served wita this notice.
^^^^^^^^^^    ami   those claimin-  tht'iidt or .... ler
KlUmal  Arm, and aboul two  them,  and  all persons claiming  any
I;'th from Kildala Arm. Interesl In the said land by virtue 0
:' ���' April Sth, 1:1117. any  il ������       ed  Instrument, and all
1 '-'AM    MOODY,   Locator. perso .*���    !������     ng  any
^NK VANDALL, Agent. said   ./���������*.   -.���   desce
A. D��� PERLEY   (!.   KEYES,
Secretary
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, April  fi,  1907.
    which I  li
conse   will   be    issued,    also    printed [ 11(,int  of commencement,
forms of tender and envelope, may be      2.   Commencing at a , osl Ml close
obtained at this Department or at the j to No.   I   stake,  thence  north eighty
Offlce Of the Crown  Timber  Agent at   ehains.    west    eighty    chains,    south
N'ew Wes-minster, B. 0 eighty chains, and  eas:  eighty  chain-
Each tender mast be accompanied tt point of commencement,
by an accepted cheque on a chartered 3, Conimencing at a post set close
bank in favor of the Deputy of the to No, 1 stake, thence west eighty
Minister of the Interior, for the am- (halns, south forty chains, east one
ounl Of the bonus which th" applicant hundred and sixty chains, north forty
is prepared to pay for a license.
Interesl  iti the
Dt, whose title Is
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
E.lljea  BIcich.   r��.��v   w_. t-^elo.tei.   .i.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accept'',!
N'o  tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
Secretary.
1 i'. artaea! of the Int irl r,
Claim N'o. 19.���Post planted at the
north west corner of T. L. 7943,
thence llil) chains west. 40 chains
south, lfiO chaius east, 40 chains
north to point of commencement.
Claim N'o. 50,���Post planted about
GO chains west of the north rast corner of location No. is, thence 80
chains west, SO chains north, SO chains
east, 80 chains south to point of commencement.
Claim N'o. 51.���Post planted at the
south west corner of T L. N'o. 794",
thence UiO chains west, 40 cliains
north, 160 chains easl, 40 chains
south to point of commencement.
Claim N'o. 52.���Post planted about
40 chains west of the south east corner of T. L. N'o. 704::. thence 160
chains west. 40 'chains south, IG')
ciiains easl, 40 chains north to point.
chains and west eighty chains to point
of commencement.
I.   Commencing at a post s* on thei of commencement.
railway   belt   line,   d'stant   about   six i    Located May 8, 1907.
mile's north  of  the  north    shore   of
Harrison   la?.��,   thence    west,   eighty
chains,    north    eighty    cliains,    east
eighty chains and south eighty chains
Locators:
WILLIAM MOODY,
FRANK VANDALL.
Agent, F. VANDALL.
. THE   DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAY, JUSE 4
M
SPECIALS
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS  FRUITS--Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
PARISIANS HATE
FORMER EMPRESS
EUGENIE WINS "PERSONAL PROPERTY" SUIT AND INCENSES
FRENCH MASSES.
A CHEAP HOME
Small house, large woodshed, with cellar, and
lot 66 x 148 1-2, good soil, thoroughly cultivated
and underdrained; the makings of a very nice
little home, and only three blocks from Sixth St.
car line.
Price,
$450!
TERMS
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
The "Stay Satisfactory "fcuvg.
During the past month the demand for The Monarch
Malleable Range has exceeded all previous records.
This more than proves the satisfaction and wear this
valuable range has given to purchasers, as it is only
through recommendation that sales greatly increase.
BRYSON  &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
tr Agents for "KLENO." *o*
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Electric Railway Service f
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver nnd way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a, m. to 11;30
p, ni.
City Limits Line���Service from
6:15  a.   m,  to  13   1). m.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 find 2 and 6 and V.
30 Minute Service���During remainder of day. Transfer at
Leopold Place,
Sunday  Service  half-hourly  between S a.m. and 11 p.m,
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from 0.25 a.
in to II p.m., except between
12 and 2, and 5 and 7, during f
which hours the service will bo ���
half-hourly, *
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Sunday Service   halt-hourly be- *
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.        *
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Paris, June 3.���li! feeling of the
French masses toward the former
Empress Eugenie, widow of Napoleon
III., has been strikingly illustrated.
The ex-empress, who since her return
from exile has divided lu-:- time between the Hotel Continental In Paris,
overlooking the gardens of the Tuil-
leries, where she once reigned, .and
the watering 'resorts of the Riviera
some months ago. brought suit tee recover a large number of articles now
housed In the French national museums, on the ground thai they had
been "personal" property of her husband and wer*- of "no historic and
little intrinsic value."
The case attracted no attention al
the tim*' and practically went by default, bul recently the court decided
in the ex-empress' favor, whereupon
a greal outcry was raised. Popular
newspapers took the matter up, the
ex-empress was called "adventuress,"
and many old stori* s prejudical lo her
fame we're   revived.
The Matin, undei' the caption, "Au
Velour! (stop thiei I, investigated the
empress' claim and found that the
articles given her by the' court include gifts to Napoleon 111. by sovereigns and states, priceless tapestries,
paintings and objects of art, and.
what most aroused the ire of the
populace, relics of the great Napoleon,
Experts employed by the paper appraised the value of the "plunder" at
close to a million dollars. Th*' result is that the government, in deference tee the clamor, formally appealed  from  the  decision.
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Early Closing]
This store will close at 5 p.m. every day (except
Saturday, when we will close at 10 p.m.) during the
months of June, July and August. You can assist
us in shortening the hours of labor during these
warm months by shopping early in the day.
SUNSHADES
Colored Parasols are in meat demand this seasci. Our see
tion of these summer Sunshades offers great variety. i/Ve she
only one of a color in any style.
Black and  White Parasols, each $1.25, J2, $2.50, $4.25 ���    $e:0
Plain Sii;: Parasols, in colors, as  cardinal,  gray,    navy,    brown,
cream and  black, each  $2.00 and    $2.,:
White Parasols, plain and embroidered covers, each $1.50, $1.75,
$2   n-     $5.00
Fancy Borders on plain top, each ... $2.75 and  $4_j
Japanese Frames, with covers of silk In shade sof mauve, navy,
green, each   $s._)
Fancy Frilled Parasols, each $0.50, $7. and     $7.50
Plain  Bli 1 li  Parasols, each  ,$2, to     $6.30
Children's Parasols, each 35c to  i'.y.
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
SWEETS
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Union and Besses Agree.
Trail, B. C. dune 3.���The union
men In the' employ of the Trail smelter company mei on Saturday evening to discuss the wage difficulty, n
raise of 25c per day all round having
recently been refused by the company.
The employers had offered an increase of 25c to all men receiving, under $3 a day. ,and upon a vote bein;j
taken, the men agreed to accept th ���
offer by a majority of more than two
to one. The best of feeling exists between the union and the employers.
A magnificent selection of
handsome boxes containing
Conditions in Atlin.
Victoria, June 3.���Arthur    Dick,    a
miner and  prosp* ctor   from  Atlin, is
spending a few days in Victoria looking up old acquaintances  '..< oro I av-
i'um. for his home   in    Kootenay.    Mr.
Dick, in    company  with  some   oth* 1
prospectors, came oui  of   Atlin over
j the Ice to   Skagway, leaving   on the
, Kill Inst,    ii,' states thai the ,1ourni *,
. iu dog sleighs was a particularly trying one, an I the Ice was breaking up
v* ry .isi.      ������! i-ging from its app*
���ince at that    time he says   that the
waterway to  Ulin should be open for
traffic by now.     Mining in the Atlin
districi  is now in  full blast, and. although tic claims,for the greater . a 1
ar*' in the hands of the Guggenheims,
LOWNEY'S
CELEBRA TED
CHOCOLATES
JUST RECEIVED
Just the correct present for
a young man to give his
lady friends. THEY appreciate them.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,        -        New Westminster
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I THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia St.
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TKOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
DO ITNOW
SAVE YOUR PAPERS
������. ana :--:���-
VALUABLES
By Renting One of Our Long
Safe Deposit Boxes.
FOUR SIZES
"Going Fishing1?"
"Guess so."
Get your
TACKLE:
-AT-
FROM $2.58 PER YEAR OP
We c irdially invite
you tn inspect them
at any time.    :    :    :
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
there an -;111 many Individual prospectors working leases. The severity
ol the peasl winter was mosl pronounced in ih��' Atlin disl riet, the freeze-
up lasting from the beginning of No-
vember t*> the cud of March, On th*'1
'ast day of that month it was 1il below zero in the evening. The weather during the last two weeks, however, has been exceptionally gooel and
the trip south was very pleasant.
to raise good Btock is good FEED. We keep the besl and the
besl only. Make your chickens lay ley giving them good feed.
Strengthen your live stock by building up bone and muscle,
and use CARNEFAC,
LADIES have you tried the Pastrj Flour made bj the Eburne
Milling Company. If not Telephone 333 and try it; the results
obtained   are  excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. Telephone 333.
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., im,
F. J. HART,
:     Manager     :
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Refugees Arrive.
Amoy, China, June .'!.���The conditions al Changkow, of which Amoy
is the porl and at Slokhe, are unsettled. .Many refugees continue to
arrive here and numbers of missionaries of all denominations have-1
reached Swatow.
Quh'i   Is   maintained  there,  though
there is greal anxiety as to the out- !
come of the revoll In the surrounding i
country,   The leaders allow no looting j
and no foreigners have heen molested so far as known,   There is a small
supply of ammunition   al Changkow.
The Japanese cruiser Xaniwa arrived
here yesterday.
"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 cail on the man who makes a specialty
of them, and get value for your money?
rjmA1%r  ��r____ /*      6rh St., next to Columbian office
Cdmonds 1 ea to. Phone 309

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