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 White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
SEE page four. PHONE 85
VOLUME 2, NUMBER 111
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
PHONE 85
SEE  PAGE  FOUR.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY II, 1907.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
HECTOR MACDONALD    MOYER IS SAID
LIVING IN CHINA
10 BE A FELON
CHILDREN'S GALA DAY   "���_��� ,._ ���S.���_?.
SUPPOSED   PARIS    SUICIDE    SEEN MAN ACCUSED OF IDAHO MURDER
BY     ERSTWHILE    FRIENDS     IN REPORTED TO  BE  AN   EX-CON-
CELESTIAL ARMY. VICT���DENIAL  MADE.
  .	
T SUCCESS
TEN MORE CARS
ROLLING STOCK OF B. C. E. R.
CO. TO BE INCREASED ATCOST
OF $80,000.
.,    : the Johannesburg San-,    Chicaj >,  Maj   10.    i _<    i
,,      late I  April  10, contains   di        In    a    ... i which It li
,1 Unary  article  which    dis-   alleged thai Chai i toy*
the d* ath oi General Sir  - | den . ,i(i|1  ��
I . ;., . donald.   The tollowing Is tak-.
. , ���    .. (he article In questl in:
in-.-    Wedn* sday, March 25,
.. a i lenei ee.  Sir  I lector Mac-
,as alleged to have shut him-
, the Hotel  Regina, Paris, Bin-
... vi    been  afloat,    all
.      ow doubt on his deal li.
the    preseni hour   in
Johannesburg a gentleman whei   has
���ivi I    from    the   Far  East,
.   mai i s  the   following    stat* -
���I knew   Genera] Sir Hector Mac-
flay-Day Celebration Surpassed Previous Years' Entertainment���Parade a
Big Feature ��� Evening Ball Drew
Large Crowd.
h ��� will   b*   tried        M.jf .
r';- complicil    In th   klini* of
forme    ������  .   Prank sm ...   -y.. .   v-'.: ,.
ed as  a   i envl it in the :. ni-
'��� mm.er. in iliis sm,!,. in i   ���; . .. | l8S7
Tl I     d    tl     e.f    llis    diSI   II
have. _.en Januarj  |, I ��� :
According to the fou nal Mover ''*''" ,!'':'!::;i!:t"' drizzl* yesb li ���
was sentenced from Coi county, Feb- morning filled many a young lie-art
ruary
Within the nexl six months, ten cars
ir  the  city  Bervice  will   be  turned
WOULD LESSEN TAX
BOARD   OF    TRADE    FAVORS    RE
DUCTION    OF   $500    ENTRANCE
FEE IMPOSED  ON CHINAMEN.
Victoria,  May   10.���Tin     board    ot
trade, yesterday recommended th*    -
":"   from  the  li. C.  E   R. Bhops, eh.     luction  of the  head   tax of $500 on
sstfmated cosl of th-   ad lition to the
Chinese as ee
means of overcoming the
" pany'a rolling stock   being  abou    Sh��f8e ��,f ,ab0r'
��.,���,������    .,. I!"' action was taken following '111
' "���'.'"���    '��'"  new cars  for  Interur-   investlgatl*
ban service,  the  Chiiliwack  and  iie -
I* n conducted by the      - rd
as to labor conditions in British Co-
Sumas, have ju I  been turned 1        f   lumbia.   Recommendations were made
Q.een Arrives.
The- strains oi  the band
. rad-
'    1886, to si   .      ee    year for , with gloomy forbodings as to the greal   "a"y louder and louder until the flrsl
burglary.    The date of Me  discharge
I   given as January   I, ivsT.
Boise, Idaho, Mav 10.���According to
��� " -   "    lerk gave his Instrumenl another inrn
Information  obtainable here,  Moyer's
event, but the little face s bright* ne I
up when al em: 10 o'clock the wi athi 1
ve ry  well, both In Egypt  anel   .,, Roc
in
rec01 ; shows he was working for the
Castle   Creek   Gold   Mining   company
��� s. n��� (Bh
1886.
Moyei  says he- was nevi 1   in Joliel
P* nitentiary and his lawy* rs si
PARK   IMPROVEMENTS.
ca.   I was In Nanking, one
ancl nl    capitals    of    China,
., -..-    200    miles    up   the  Yang-ty.e-
Kiang  trom   Shanghai,  In  December  the 1 .  .. .
i   saw  a   battalion   of  Chinese   without foundation.
��� re being drilled    In    European	
.-��� ������ ��� n .! space In the center of the'
id, fi eling curious, I walk- d
up to wh* r* three officers were standing One * :' them was Sir Hector
Macdonald. He was clean-shaven, but
.- Be he had altered very Hit!*'
-   ���   be ne'ision <ef my last meeting
him in   Pretoria.    I was almosl   ;"'       mmittees has   een inaugura
ess  with  astonishment,  1   was  lng several  much    needi I    Improve-
eak te) him when his eyes   ments on  some of the citj   property,
mine.    He turned rapidly  runnel   The Alberl Crescent is al
!���
and with a strong wind proceeded to
clear up the clouds, and 1*; the sunshine out again. From early In the
morning, Fire Chief Watson and his
hel ers were busy decorating hacks,
and trollies, and making the final
preparations for the event which was
_] d len many a youthful heart.
Eager  Bairns.
Long    before  the time   appointed,
little children of all sizes, gaily dress-
��� .��� ��� I and beaming over with merriment,
Albert Crescent Will Have Sh.de Trees   ;in'!  < xeitement. were  seen  hastening
towards the crescent, in anticipation
of having a ride in the profession,
Absentee Gueens.
���Seats to  Ee  Provided.
Al I* rman   Johnston,     hal man   of
Al   one-thirty   in   the  afternoon,   a
large anel interested crowd heed assembled al the crescen   to view the proof s.    \ - Ight delay oc< urn el be-
���  ol the other officers and Bald   has,   ol 1   -rations. , .- .   ;"      the   Procession  started,    during
.. quickly in Chinese.   The of-   vision ol Supt. Furness, 1 1 the g ound   ]
Hcer 1 mosl springing al me, shouted,   has  been thoroughly clean* I  up, and
11   this   .round at   once, or   we   ihe tvi 1   1 iads   running -      tl -
1 where your friends won't   crescent   are   beng   wi ���
; In a hurry."   1 left Nanking    ipp*        e will be macadaml;
' r  Shanphni,  and  I  found   the round plol oppositi  thi   I   ndstand
and around whicl      -        ��� ���    ���   will
���    ��� thai Sir Hector Macdon-
n ��� I al countrj was believe 1   be cl* tred up em I  n<  ���
down.
Foui t*   n   shade  : 1
"   I
greal many British people."
.. Times adds thai II gives
n
statemenl   for whal    It is planted  on   the  uppei
��� ���      Umost   ,1   year   ago,    ii     is old   steps   l<    line   I
Scotsman whei came, to this have been torn up, \ bil<
In   on<-   of the coolie    ships 1 it j   will   be   Insta -1    a1    '������
He 1    Kong   1   ��� nly    Btated    in oinl -   so as   1     le cl
���  sburg thai G* neral Macdonald ��� lo rest awhile an
..    nd well In China.   He also vie      1 11   I tndstan '      I coi
stated tl   ��� [he gen* ral had join* I the Its        e of ittenti* .1      ping been
iesi   army, and thai the lasl  time bingli I and will ha ���
'��� had Reen him was in Chin-Kiang, paint        ���    long,   Some
town on th" Vang-tze half- ���    lone to enable tl      erater,
etween Shanghai and  Nanking, alw       lies on the tei   ices an    1 ������
On this  ���    n's unsupported word they ��� ���    a  shower, 11 run de  .
��� I justified in  giving pah- inl    th*    Ivei
tatemenl but H certainly lece of head b*  ween    eopold
* ���      ��� ni   kable coincidence thai II ���     nd  the  asylum   fence  will   ��
fully corroborated by a gen- n sl ati nded  to, cleaned nj   . id
.   who  only arrived   in  Johan- numbe       I   seats  ; ul  in.
ml  week  (the beginning of ��� ���������
I   who  had   n* ver   mei   or
firsl  Infi 1 mant,
CNL   YTHIRTEEN   LOST.
1 ral   :-��� Ie ctii ns,   while   the  onli ol ���
Mn 1 the   partici     its In the   paegent
' ��� pt v on le ring  ��������� Im ,.��� the two qui 1 n
���.< re     '.''������        sl It, news was
-   ;   that  Th< ii messes
������ aiting in state 11 th* Guii hon
hotel. latel.    ipon    ec* ipi   of
���iie' word   tl ���   troo] -   came  to al en-
tion, the   tand strm 1      he pro-
e-  sin:; :.:  .. :   ; wn  C lun  .:.   sl ���*��� '
ti'l  the 'l.iie hi n  v . -    ��� .     ed, wher ���
ival pari
Splendid Parade.
The      ��� rilj . n In
e,  Captain   Peele,  fulh    < m.-
cious of his 1      cms!     ties, lei th
1 .- ��� thi  New We ��� ��� ���
mi    '. id, unde lead*
a     Ise*      1 ited march
next th* ade     sur
rounding th* .������   in which
: 1 ��� ns, Miss   '. '.    ;���. the
I ieen  ��� n  Iring  queei
Miss   Myi li   sm:. ��� ; .        th    accom-
nle I 1 I     ���    ective I    - '
'.' - ������     B. Hood and D. '.
att.n.l on the 1
nd the Mi .    .        1 id M
...
��� ���
ai: lage 1 ame ite 0 sighl at the eastern
end of the grandstand. Then tl incited chattering broke out again and
was Io ider than ever, All eyes were
eagerly turned towards the royal carriage to see the new queen. Through
the big gate the long procession filed,
the band playing Annie Laurie, and
down tii" track they went. When in
fronl of ihe big exhibition building,
the first carriage turned abruptly and
mad > for the May pole. The crowd
parted 10 make way for the queen and
h�� : followers and the new monarch
wees Ilie target for thousands of Marion- .lances. Her royal highness, surrounded by her maids of honor, looked
charming and wi s coo] and unconcerned,
The Speeches.
Al the .May poii, the veteran Colonel
I Scotl   gracefully   handed each   young
lady oat and showed her to her se al
on the platform.   In a few words Colonel   Scotl  assured  the  crowd of his
pleasun  In officiating as the mastei
ol   ceremonies,  reviewed   briefly   the
many previous queens whom Tne had
��� 1  to crown, and introduced the
an : in r maids of honor.   Miss
'1  1 I*     Si irrett,  the ex-queen    who
���   -   abe      to a  dicate, arose   and in
a  -:��� v:  words spoke of the happiness
h  had attended her    reign,   the
faithful way in which she had be< a at-
��� ndi :  b*   hei   maids of honor,    be r
1   .-   guard,   the  boj .    briga ie,   an I
little sui ji cl - general!;. The a,
gracefully lifting the pretty crown of
flowei -.   -[i     . laced  II   on  the   new
, leen's  brow.
Cheer..
Although visibly affected    by    this
great  tok* n of hei   : ip tlarlty among
I ei   Men Is, the new queen, In
��� -iie-...  th nked  those  presen    I ir   h
-mi al  h n* : which was being done I 1
her, and assun d thi m that shi  w mid
do all in her power to prove h ts* 11
worthy of it.    With a few other re-
e arl a  she r* s imi I   her throne,  and
II - three ch* 1 rs , roposed In her
honor by Colom 1 Scol were given
i;' artily.    Tl 1    eand s ruck  up    <:��� !
the simps, the Sumas leaving yoster-
day afternoon on iis first journe -,
while the Chilliwai k was bi nl < ut at
thi   bi ginning of the week.
The value of a streel car Is a proj -
imately $8000 for a city car, Ji",".
for an Interurban car and $6000 for
a freight car. The most expensive
part of the oar's makeup is tin' four
motors,  each   of   which  nosts  aboul
for the - Bpension of the    provincial
and feder el alien labor laws  an 1  f ir
usili t* 1: Immigration of farm laborers,
unskilled    workmen    and    dom
from the old country.
BROKEN  AXLE.
Gjichon Train Breaks Down While
Crossing Bridge���Traffic
Delayed.
Traffic on the New Westminster
$1000. These motors are all .hipyed bridge was at a standstill for six hours
here from the east, and there are yestarday ()I) .lcpmm ,���. m ������...,,���nt
enough on hand and ready for deliver; ������ the GuIchon t,,ain ������, fmm nx���,
to  warrant   the  building    of  a   ll r
number of cars during the next twelve
months. Several more cars are needed for ihe Victoria service, bul these
will not be built for some time to
come.
Marrow Escnpc.
Ki mmi* . .-,.'���:  In   '; ai 	
.; ,.y .,  , ���   :.., in,   .    : me      Montevl I' 0, May 10.    ':i offii ' '   ���
: ,. ....    . |a   nc     n cen ly. -;-'' I '������   ; -''":r ;""'
..,:    the on   ;- tha! all the pi
 heat- ������    .      sti;   S anish en    rants, of I
���l he  - -   ised a circuit, F    i< h   I    mship P      1, wn       I   '
1    -.  '     through his! S icio. wyre n
...     ai  thai    he    wi ;
., contain< 1   S    ���   th    Queen   eet,.; above all could
ho has been mastei    '" heard  ""' ordera "'' ���]l" officer i:1
Others Aboard the Wrecked Steamer     ��� ears, and I charge of th(     "J'8' brigade as    the
iiite_.Me8.ra   ymng soIdiers salated the Queen' Ea
r. J. Johns     .   I    L      :    rid       .1   '''���" '" - v'"'"'' ;: ribbon' which was
Poiton Have Been Rescued.
II    mi ������    Dr. Kin ���
I 1   ,��� on the spol at thi    I   '
a his  power  Me  restore
mm - in ceede i.    Mr. M  Ke
hi again now.
lon of thlrte ���
Seven *      hese ai
be* 'i drowned em.I six are clasi ��� I
him   missing.
: ���       low        !    -        1, D. Bray,
...   ,   ,   ,,,
Travell n 3   In   Style,
\ -. the au ' ;'.
Hart. J pt* and D.
.   .
How* large
-   seal   ! ��� ���  a
attai hed to the teen of the May poi*.
and the dance around thi  queen com-
mi n< >��� I.    Around    an I    around    the
throne  ������-. enl   '       me   rj   childi  n ai !
.-. -. wi       er 1 rn     wi 'e al
ribbon.
Candy in Siaht.
King  Thrown  from   Horse.
1   len, May  10.���In a sham bat-
ad while he was leading an at-
This
Delta
Eooze in Deltn.
Ihilliwack the ke* per 0  a "blin
pig" was fined $125 and costs
Is    . rtainly   up   to  date,       '
might well profit by such an example.
s a Uhlan regiment, ihe Kin.  of   Hi ���     ich offenders are undistu   - I
^on   yesterday   narrowly   escaped   and  unless In the natural course ol
,er'ous Injury.    He was thrown from   even a, thoj   become dead ones, tbej
hu horse,   bul   when   his  attendants   ire ....   ���        ' protli
jri|,!""1 to his Bide II v as : mnd he was   ful busi
\""'x stunned.   When he recovered he J Times.
Insisted ,
Bxerdai b
On the platl ind th
.   .   ,     ,..    Scott, maste
Ivate   and   hired     I       '��� '���"   :   ;   '��� Cambrid      Ca]       '
I       ������    folk    "    lan    ���    ���
I.. ���      tamilie       < in
moved   the ession    lown Coin
C. D. P*        Gowan Ma*   owan and J.
,1  he  - ' the  ceremony, M
meed nalnd
of the engine tender breaking down
just when the train was about halfway across ihe bridge. The engine
���vas In charge of Engineer May, .and
nn reason is known for Ihe breakage,
as the tender was practically new,
and had never been in a wreck of any
A Canadian University. kind.     As   the  train   was crossing at
British Columbia is considering a glow speed, no damage was caused
University bill which is criticized by to any of the coaches, bul if the acci-
some as an incomplete' measure, lt dent, had happened when the train
does mil definitely provide for the was running at fall speed, the results
creation of the special colleges such would undoubtedly have been serious.
as law, medicine, and mechanics, The breakdown happened about 9:30
which are generally accepted as parts and a message was at once senl to
of a thorough university, in view of Ferndale for a spare engine, while a
the educational needs of the province : wire was sent to Everetl for it spare
ihe criticism seems absurd and n- ' axle. It was after:; o'clock when the
reasonable. Oxford was noi made in axle arrived, ap.fi until after lite dam-
a day. Great universities are gener-j age'had been repaired, no trains could
ally the outgrowth of very humhl* cross the bridge. Two freight trains
academic beginnings., Lavish endow- j were stalleel on the other side of the
ments by repentant millionaires offer 1 river, but passenger trains were not.
exceptions���such as the Universities delayed, as the breakdown was reme-
of Stanford and Chicago���but insti- died in time to allow the regular
Unions of this kind are not the rule. Seattle train to go righl through
The   commonwealth    colleg*   has al-   without delay.
ready demonstrated    its   position on 1	
this continent, and if British Colum- i \, . York, May 10.���The San Fran-
bia would supply its own educational   ,.; conflagration   of   April.    1906.
needs it must prepare to compete with Bwep| aWay not only every dollar of
such institutions as the University ol profit previously made by the insur-
Callfornia and the University i f .,���,.��� companies oul of underwriting-
Washington In Seattle, The real pa- since 1860, bul cost them $76,708,174
triots of British Columbia's parlia- beside, according to a statement made
meat will fight for the foundation of i,v President George W. Burchill, of
the Provincial University, however the National Board of Underwriters,
limited Its beginning maj   be.   When in the annual meeting eef that or.aV-
onci   ll Is e -, ated, Its own servle 1
the  people will  plead  with  sufflcienl
eloquence to ensure its proper development.     But  In spite of thi Inevit-
zations    here    yesterday,     Pr*   ' ' "'
Burchell s il: carefullj  eompll* 1   ' ���'
ureJ   Bhowed   the total properl    '   ���
1 ��� catastrophe to have'   be* n   In
abl*  growth���once it is begun���let the roun^ numbers $350,000,000.   Tl     :'   1
������marians    in   Victoria   today of 2   1 insuran*    companies was $175,-
��� ,.    In  mind that  future' gem  atlons 50S.530 and  In addition bo this there
will hona    ...     who have contributed was a large amount of reinsurance in
to this University's glor*   - ���  fighting foreign companies which woul 1 make
novi   01   the generous land-granl en- the total loss to Insurance comp nies
hich    ich a noble Instltu- throughout   the  world between $220,-
tion shi ild receive.   Colli*    ' 'v." ekl       ,0*  and $225,000,000.
ip  Eighth  and Rl m     '���:��� lj( ' lhl   :   '���!'''        'il"   ��� '��� an0  thl
p.        ..       ...  ., ,,-.,   ,     an(1    froni   happy   crowd   - irged  off  - 1 th*    In
dustrlal building, wher* the annou n 1
ad   stated  thai      ��� s    of cand;
would   be  served  oul  in  all  pri     n
The girl-- wi at :���.���    the nortii wing of
' ������ big 1 uildl ig and the boys In the
It   was  while tbe crowd was
, Khouj hin Iran e    Delia
sain taking pari In the
Edalji  is  Free.
^ '���'"iii"ii. May 10.���Announcement is
'""'" "mu   a   free  pardon  has been
"'"'" to George EJdnjI, the yo tne; Bir-
"Bhani   lawyer   who  was  convicted
An Hour Overboard.
St. John,    N.   B���  Ma
Bam    of the  British    le
cneBtei    Commerce,    which    arrived
yesterday, reports a peculiar Incident   ,,1  B
on  Hn- voyage.   On    Saturday    last
a tie
Capt,
Man-
wttln
"'iiHIallni
neighbors' horsos and
���ail sentenced I 1 seven years'
a' servitude.    Investigations made
s'r Conan Doyle, who became In-
'' in the (as:', have demonsl ral
'���'"int' lawyer' ��� Inno 1 nee, and
��� ihai the police blun I r* d,
-: em e 1 the w.and Into the park
where the pagaenl forme i up for the
. on nation 1       li n* 1
'! ,.     ....
Crowd  at the   Park.
!. mg ^before  it   was   time   for    he   '������'��� ;!l
��� eon  ���,. appear, the grandstand   waiting for the doors to open that the
I  Queen's   park   was packed  to the I calamity happened,
limit, and presented a very pretty ap- FUjn |n Torrents.
pearance with the row upon row ot j g00n Lhe rain was falling heavily
bright colored dresses, hats, siin,.,,,,| everybody rushed for shelter,
shades, etc. In fronl of ihe stand -The door eu the back of the building
.-owls of women and children hover- wjh p,, opened tee admil you. ladies,"
round the May pole. II was a shouted Mr, Cambridge, In a dramatic
���l.iisy. chattering crowd, and evidentlj manner, standing at the top of thi
,,ei> for the purpose of enjoying Itself,   iteps.    A  rush   for tii"  back  .-   irl d
Chief Officer Davies. who was 0:
..      W.IS s.'iu overboard by a lurch Suddenly tho word flashed along the .,,V] the crowd waite 1 there ror some
,   '   ...in|rr |��� ., heavy sea.   No line that the  proce sion was coming minutes, impatiently, the rain
,..,,, , (,  ,.,. , ne 0f th     Lev,       ��� - . maglo all was still. Thos while falling In torrents, and soaking
anls. by ti  fort
to reach ib*1 deck 1
,in iM ,|���, water.    Afti 1 on ���  where the falnl strains of music 1 thai it was by 1   >. front door 1
tunatc chance happem I   in the grandstand stood up and 1   1     -   all those Who had nol  found shelter
a minute later, 1 nd   ,.| to tie   fronl to see d wn the r    '.  Then  the announcemenl    was   mi i
saw a ma
hou
,.  Davies was re    ie I
<��� hear I.
thai the crowd would be admit e I, 1 tee;
the  1 < Dpi'-  v* nture 1  fori hi
sh* ; ���  I       1    ��� -   an 1   ma I    for   the
front.    After a   wl lie   th*     w( re  1 I
here     nd soon   tl
crov led.
Royal   Repast.
r 5 o'clocl
Col.
.... ,..-...     and Lieu   nai
C.  W. '���    1 ��� and G. Sl
journed  to the Gulch m,   where   th
. : ��� .,   of tho      '   ilai  '���      !i
had      epared       mosl   sumptuous r* -
past.   T 11   ���    le ofl  whicli the party
dined   ���       mosl   tasti ���   orated
!n the ci um . was a miniature Mav
pole, trimmed v* Ith varl colored ribbon and ' intini he m ny ta ity
and dellci te' disbi 1 on -. .- tal boar ;
w< re artistically surroun led with
beautiful cut flowers. Th* tal le el -���
i 01 atlons ���-��� ���' re the work of Mrs. E. J.
Cr< an.
The Ball Opens.
Shortly before 8 p. ra, the regal party
an ! the manj other functionaries who
so ablj osi Isted, proceeded to the 1 arl*
to att* nd the ball gievn In honor of
the new queen. At 8 o'cl ick, the
music Btruck up the Peerless King,
; n i Colonel Scotl with the fair sov-
, |g 1 |i aning .on his arm, led off th ���
grand march, the coupli e thi n taking
thi Ir places as follows: .1. .1. Cambridge and the ex-queen, Miss Myrtle
Starrett, J. .1. Johnston and Miss D.
Ri ichenbach, G. Macgowan and Miss
n tone, the Rev. '���'. W. Hought m
and  Mi      B   I! 1. and  II. M, Stran-
berg and Miss M. Griffin.   After   hem
...   fl pies of all    Izes
Inniest toddlers to th*   white
ol Ii Imer,  .11 wearing thi      ��� ..
',     .   -  . ���     :     nt* nti d enjo ment,
-    ���  ' march, the evi tiie _
Iven  ovei   to the dancinj
op* ning set of lie'  I b In
t". of the full- ������-.:-, ������  co iples, .1   m .
hon* .  and  Her Roy el Highn*      Mi
Vnnie Tidy,  '���. -'.   '- hnston and  Ml  ;
1' Reichi nbach, J. J, Cambridge
and  the ex-queen,  Miss Myrtle  S  1
rett, Gowan     Mai g iwan    an I    ''������  1
Lilian Vansiom.
Children Retire.
At 10 o'clock the j-ounger revellers
departed to their homes, leaving the
oldsters in undisputed possession of
the floor, and music and dancing we're
kept up until anxiety not to miss tli"
lasl Irani, which left at one In the
morning, brought to a close one of
the   mosl   successful    May   days   ever
held in this city,
From the beginning the citizens
have heartily co-operated In the endeavor to make yesterday's entertainment .a success, while to the members
of the executive, Messrs. J. J. Cambridge, .1. D, Taylor. \V. X. Carly, W.
A. Gilley, J. J, Mahoney. D. Bray and
Fire Chief Watson, great credit Is
due for the satisfactory manner jn
which everything was conducted. * 2
THE   DAILY   NEWS
SATURDAY.
MAY 11*190,
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The Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture is to be seen at FALES.
Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 stock still to go.
New poods arriving daily.    Latest styles and best finishes.
W. E. FALES,
rURNITURE   EMPORIUM
716 and 713 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.      Rear Extension,  Front St.   |��|
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AND PEA  COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   CEMENT.
This   celebrated    Cement   is
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LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and      MANTEL
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SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, anel   in   London,   England,   oolichans were displayed on the stall
Xew   York,  Chicago and   Spokane, U.S.A., and   Mexico City.     A Gen- I
eral Hanking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of |1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets  over $168,000,000.00.
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Rain spoiled th*   w* el I;      trkel yesterday moi ning,  : he dov*. npour  al o tl
nine o'* loci   causing mai     cil Izen -
.. is pon ��� I heir w< eklj   visil to ly'
Square,    in consi quence of the small
_ tendance, the tra ling  ������ as nol quil
so brisk as usual, and the merchants
had a considerable quantity of good
lefi on hand al  closing time.     Man
people arrived on the scene  between
ten and eleven o'clock, bul these were
not heavy buyers.
A noticeable advance in the price of
many commodities was seen, and a
Eurther raise is expected m'xi week,
more especially in the meal line,
where the supply Is getting more limited every week. Pork was noticeably
scarce, retailing at lie; beef sold for
aboul the usual figure; while mutton
showed an advance of ei couple of
Mollis over last week, fetching I Ic
withoul any trouble, "ext week mutton will be up to 15c oi 16c, according
to the oi.inion of men competent to
judge. Lambs fetche I $6 and $7 i
piece, according to the quality, and
i he supply was about up ; o d* mand,
and nothing mo ��� The meal trade,
on the whole, mighl be classife, as
fair.
More poultr;. was on li tn i than li id
eon the case for - ime w eeks past,
....-, s ranging ab mt lie- same a - usual, Li re hens and chi ki n - foun 1
ready sale, but the dem in i dl I ri i
ceed the supplj. I m :ks ee-. I gee ���
wei -���'. as usual, scarce.
Several dozen live little  pigs were
offered for sale, and found read}  bu; -
ers.    Other  barnyar I   II e estock    n i
not plentiful.
M. Monk sold fish er iei. usual cor-
n r, and eiid a lively tra le. Red salmon sold for 15c; white, 10c and lie;
-'. id, I2._c; halibut, Sc; cod. Sc; and
shrimps,  15c     Vboul    75   pounds   of
the lasl that  will   be sol I there this
season, as the fishermen  have abandoned the oolichan fishing, as there is
scarcely   an)   fish left    in the    river.
About   100  pounds o��    shrimps  were
disposed of.
Potatoes were in  good demand, the
supply    being    larger    than    usual.
Among those who broughl   tubers for
sale were Ashley Smith of Ladner, A.
~������������^������^������������������������������������ _   Xi'-hol-i.a, {.'. itiiii r: l.-on,  and others.
I). M.   Robertson, of  ihe  Tynehi ad
!*AAM_K__R.M.��a_��__K��ra^ reports s,.;iin, more ymmg
X!;\v  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
"The Best is the Cheapest"
The old rule works both ways if you get your dental work
done by the "Boston Dentist3." Our operators are all graduate specialists of many years' experience. We employ no others. Their
work, accomplished with the 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 any-
rhere at t\n^; i.rlce.    Let us give you an estimate.
We Guarantee all Our Work [or 10 Years With a I J
Protective Guarantee
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'ft.   cellent  display of flowers, poi  plants
trees and shrubs than usual, and i i
satisfied with the volume of business
coming his way. Young trees of various kinds sold for 50c apiece, this
tin. regular price.
ex-
end  seedlings.
>*   for 50c a hundn
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
[���"ul] Bel of teeth $5 and up     Gold  Fillings
Gold Crowns   $-.00      Silver Filliti-
Brldge Work, per tooth....$5,00     Extracting..
. .$1   and   up
    50c
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
Strawberry roots sold
rhubarb went al
>J< j the same figure, bedding plants fetched   15c a dozen, while geraniums, primulas, lilies and other poi  plants sold
according to quale" .
Mr. Whiting, of   Burnaby,  made a
I'ialty  of    seedlings and    bedding
out   plants   yesterday, and    reported
trade brighter th in    for a  long time
past.   His stock was exhausted early
in the day, and next week he Intends
to i el urn with a i irger supply.   A noticeable increas ���   In the demand for
tomato    plants    was  reported, many
people going in    for    growing   thes ���
plants In small  quantities    for home
consumption.
01 her -ard* n  11 uck  di iposed of by
Whiting    '.'. a -    aspar tgus,    10c a
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Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  .DR. A. R. BA KER,  Consulting Dentist
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lanl    sold for 25c a box.    Mr. SI rl li
n I S  G. Tidy also had fine rlispla; ���
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ol I
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash;   Doors,  }
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc. ���
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
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Gu.tat.cr.s.
Beef, hindquarters, 10 l-2c to lie lb
Be ��� f, fore piarti i -.  - ������ to Dc lb.
Veal, 10c to 1 lc lie.
Pork, lie lb.
Mutton, 14c 1  .
Pol ttoes, $28 to $30  toi .
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Eggs, v, Med- sale, 25c dozen.
Butter, :::.,��� lb.
Powls, :-    to $9 dozen.
Chickens, $7 50  i . $8 dozen
\pples,  $1.50 '   ���-.
Onions, $1.75  - ick.
Du< ks, $12 dozen
Tender to Be Remodeled.
\ Ictoria, H. C. Maj 10 The former
quarantine tender Earle, which has
be - replace l bj the new steamship
Madge, will be fitted with a tank and
converted Into a disinfecting steamship.
SHOES
Vr7E are now talking CHILDREN'S SHOES.   We can
\    safely say we have never before placed on the
market such an array of Children's Slides as we
are showing this season.    Below mentioned are a few of
the lines received this week.
Misses' Ribbon Tie Slippers   in   Patents,   White Canvas
and Chocolate Kid.
Misses' Patent Leather Blucher Cut Lace Boots    the celebrated "Classic Shoe."
Misses' Barefoot Sandals   Made of Russia Calf   latest
improved style on the market.
Children's   White  Canvas   Shoes    Children's  Sandals
and Children's Lace and Button Boots, in Tan and
Black.
Infants' White Canvas Sandals, sizes 2 to 5, aiv the correct thing this season.
Let the Children  Have  Comfortable Summer Shoes
We ask the opportunity of proving to you our ability to
fit children's feet correctly.
BIG SHOE 51 DRE
New Westminster,   --   B. G
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The cream* ry delivers sweel cream,
Ice cream an ! buttermilk.
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New Westminster
Autograph   cf  Shakespeare.
Prof. Ft. M, Garret, formerly of the
University of Washington, lias recent
ly discovered   what is  thought In
I .iii original autograph of Shakespeare
in an olrl book printed In  London In      We, the undersigned    grocers,    do
the lasl half of the sixteenth century. I herehy agree  thai   In  future nil rigs
I The writing is faded with age, bu! the   shall  leave  the  store nol   later than
words   "William    Shakespeare,    his   _:30 p. m, for their lasl  trip on de
book," written ia Ink, have been pro.   livery:
nounced genuine by eminenl scholars.1    WEST i:\li GROCERY
This    Is    Hie lirsi     autograph    of p. Gilchrist, Mgr.
Shakespeare to appear   on   anything     GEO. ADAMS,
but   a  legal  document, and   this, to- ;    C. A, WELSH,
gether with the facl thai ii may throw .    T, s. ANNANDALE,
lighi   on  the dispute as  to  how the      ADAMS &   DEANS.
poet spelled his name, makes the dls- New Westminster   It  C
i covery of unusual interesi. M.|v ,  ,,)o7
ATLANTIC SIEUSHfl
OF THE CANADIAN ?M&
=FINEST  ANDj^n
!8,ooo i empress of ,ilfU';\':NlJ 10
II. Ponrer { EMPRESS OF inEUU
Nexl sailing from Q '������'       '      .-j
fi r o r dates and pai :
die; tons   111   lares.  II   I
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Agent  for all Atlati SAT_RDAV. MAY  11, 1907.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
Iheir Royal Highnesse
the Baliie
EDITOK ANDERSON
BIDS FAREWELL
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED-���Situation as teamster,
warehouse man, or tally man, etc.
Appl}   A. B.,  Daily  News. ! 1 ,
 ������- FOR  SALE-\ Cyphus  100 egg Incu-
CUMBERLAND JOURNALIST SAYS
News Office
TA-TA   TO   FRIENDS  AND   ENE- |	
MIES���GIVES GOOD   ADVICE.
Till 11
are well provided for now. We
have just received another large
shipment of
Baby Carriages
and Go Carts
in the very latest designs and newest and up-to-date patterns, and
without exception they are the
finest selection shown in B. C
���   ���   following   is   taken   from
���   land Xews:
the
found adrift \ , ; iare stern.d
skiff, marked R. S. 1865. For information apply News office.   2dlo_
WANTED���Situation by w* 11 educate i
With this issue my connection with young business man, willing _ud
������ Curt ee nd News will cease and. capable ol adi I . imself to tiny
���    editorial   mill   will   hereafter   be      business.   Address, Box 693.   3dlOS
ound     b>    J.    A,    Sates,    owner ���	
the  Enterprisi   office  plant, which   WANTED���A girl to take  care of chU-
per, as is known ceased publication      (Jren '>'���' do gem        ions* ��������������� ���:..   Ap-
S turday, and who litis now pur-       P'>'  Mrs- Dr- Jon*   , Ro;      and Co-
' .   the   News.    In    making    my       buy streets. D.T.P
te, I b* to i '!'������:  the follow-   '���~	
.  remarl     -     tl trons    of    \b'-   WANTED���Firem n,  stead)     job    S-
... -��� ho ir shift.    Apply al im:: ���   to Man-
The Corporation of the City of
New Westminster
Will Offer For Sale by Public Auction, on
Saturday, May 18th,
at 2 p. m., in the Council Chamber, City Hall,
ABOUT 200 LOTS
including beautiful RESIDENTIAL LOCATIONS, FACTORY and
INDUSTRIAL SITES, and a few pieces of choice acreage.
The title is INDEFEASIBLE and the taxes are clear to
'    ''   '      ' ' '  "''''' sug"     ager ��         ���     ���'���
i iw mmi have one paper to re-   _,.,,___ , , ���,���_ UC'CeiTlDei ol, l.nji.
.IMBER   LANDS . <���                                  .                         i           .            . ,                      .   ,                           ,.           ,    ,    ,    ,      ,
1 t you so give support    ............          , A map showing the exact location of each lot to be
���   '7  '  '   "' ��� ���            ,.!  ,. ,            offered for sale has been prepared at the CITY HALL, and
���   'W* rl :!   Insti imi nt          I     .,,,,,    . _���,,                          .,   ...       , ,                      ,       ,                        .           .      .                                          '
..    t0 be   ben fighting for you,     JJ, "���!����� ',..-'', ma*v be consulted at any time during office hours, where
u     tpeel   II   ''i  do.    The   	
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Vancouver, B.C.
Special   No. 1
FOR   SATURDAY   ONLY
A Folding Go-Cart, with highly finished
seat and back, Bessemer steel frame,rubber
tired wheels, ball bearings through mt, triplicate folder, and all the newest and up-to-
date patents, absolutely safe and indestructible.    It's a winner for $4.90
Second-Hand PIANOS
Rushton & Speck
Special   (No. 2
Extension Tables in great variety, all standard sizes, and exquisite designs. We can
furnish the palace or the cottage with
prices to suit all pocketbooks, and they
need not be big at that. Our special on
these tables for Saturday only.
A 6-foot Imperial Hardwood Golden Oak
Finish Extension Table, with four extra
fillings, and fitted with extra reinforced
��� litre leg, well made throughout, with
patent detachable bolts. This is an exceptional opportunity and pays better than
buying real estate at the price $7.35
clal   No. 3
A job lot of cutting', and short ends of En-
ish Tapestry Carpets, ranging from 2 to
LO yard lengths. These are remnants of
the season's best sellers and worth from 75c
I i $1.25 per yard: will clear this out at
49c yard.    This is good dope.
eeen  willing  and   F0R SAL__A smali island containing
e*you    evan - known and      abou1  ,- acr( ,   ,.,..,. ,    ;���,,,. West.
"!-   grievances     Give    yon:      minster yy. Can be use<] f* r a mill
" ���'��� :  to the upholding      Sjte.      For    particulars    apply    to
'    !':    for tl it reason. Gunderson & Aune's grocery.
Do   not   forget   that   ���-���? =������	
er is tl hpie 'e i .' the
The bettei  a   iapi .��� yon have
���    ���     can     on    districl   he   i d
your  wants  be       ORGANS,   ranges,   STOVES.
made known to In    roper quar-        BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS.  ETC.
'��� . m _ _,* vsj ipei may nol ��� xist on
���: r* foi e give . < ur suppoi t,
e up the necessar    n azu
eiiel   -���  ':::.].     ',''���������  iu.:  The���
i, ���    "��� ndod  if at times    an   articl
Remember     ;i I   SECOND-HAND    STORE
im God le     th Hi  chasteneth; We al.o do a'l kinds
hy  I've got  it in  the neck so of   9��r,eral   repairing.
iften. Sign   Man  on  Wheel.
To  the leaders    i    sects,    societies   Columbia St. New Westminster.
m. :  cliqui s���Do .   w    down    the
er bee      e tl    ��� ditor happ* n :
1   '  M��������� N N- ���        (wh ' isn*1 -:1       WHERE TO DINE
i ir si:. you kne  i       hen she gavi
i ���   tnd invi i I her own frien Is.
The paper is f     1      j ist  as well a i
for Mrs. Pai v* nm   or Mrs. Xui II h.
T friends    I        I   an  ful 1 .ini
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Phone 275
in thc
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Kermey's   Restaurant
Open All Night
CATALOGUES may also be obtained.
TERMS OF SALE���Halt" cash, balance in 6 months at 6 per cent.
N. H. McQUARRIE,
City Treasurer.
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY  WATER-
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PROOF  LOGGER  BOOTS
JUST TO HAND.  EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF. SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices.
See our Window ancl Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
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this little mm
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them to trj   a whirl   iul   ���
,and place and manner.
Vnd in    . tg my thanks to al
_'���.en   tl eii ��������� ��� ���
N'i .'. s in thi , I beg fo
nuai   ���   of thos    favi rs,  in   an    'n
���   -   1 degrei    foi sue	
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. i  ���    ' ��� ing   Adelaide    v thin      ������  n
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a   trans     .   nei     ' rail-
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to   !' ��� '   ',   Iiiii     fnr    tins   with   in*
Siberian
I Notice to Builders.
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To wind up our Big Sale we are going to |
Give Bigger Bargains than Ever i
Se aled te :e lers  mai k* I ' Wes I  Win
of   t'i ntral  School"   evil]   be   r*
tit. to neon of
TUESDAY, MAY 21st, 1907,
I |3  al the office of the undersigned, Sixi
r.--'r,--:.',--;,.^^ Comer Clark!  n,
and specifii a ions
Jiioii(�� 73,
Duflonl Block, New Westminster
Here are a few specials for Saturday:
Children's Underwear,
27 l-2c garment
Men's Suits,    -    $5.95
worth $10 and $12.
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������The  Maple I-'��f l'-.-rci/-r"
'     iave taken the Maple I.e.if for our trade nark, becau s it is Canadiar
PE,RFE.CTION
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IS MADE IN CANADA. AND IS THE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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thai '!.   ���
Lowest 01 ler not n      ssarily
te I.
C.  H. CLOW, Architect.
Notice lo Light and Wafer
Consumers.
aii services toi Lignt and u ai ���',
which are two months' In arrears <m
the 13th ins.t., an I till water services
using water for irrigation wit_
having obtained ;i permit will be ( m
off on the above date.
By Order,
II. X. McQUARRIE,
City Treasurer.
������ ��� ��� *%*$f*w*)%*w#tMj^ City Hall, May 7, 1907. "<1
Men's Suits, -   -   8.65
worth $12.50 and $15.
Canvas Gloves,
4 pair for 25c
Wool Sox,
2 pair for 25c
Men's $2.25 Shoes, $1.20
Men's ?3._0 Shoes,   1.90
Men's $4.50 to $5.50 Shoes
for $3.20
Big 3 and Black's Shoe Polish, 4 for 25c.
Special Reductions on
Everything in the Store
I -Cream  Of   Tartar.. | TendersWanted
THE BEST ON THE MARKET
AT
TRY   IT
RYALL'S DRUG STORE j
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For Stumping and grubbing a portion oi land at New
Westminster.
For information" apply to
/.. T. MORROW,
B. C. Distillery
New Westminster.
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D. GROSSMAN, Prop.
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Columbia St,, New Westminster
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
SATURDAY
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by tho Daily News Publishing Company Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige .Manager
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, io
cents per line (nonpareil). 12 lines .0
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Pure   Salt ��� prepared   by   a
process which separates every atom
of foreign substance from the sail.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT is
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!��� T I Lots of Money in Building
Houses 011 Easy   lermS j Houses, but you need such L
ami himself be contenl with looking
after business details and keeping the
blue  pencil   handy.
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it is certainly a new feather in the
cap of Mackenzie King, deputy minister of labor, that the coal miner.- of |
the Crew's Xest nre back tn work
again, and the black diamonds coining
out in regular supply, it will be well
if action is taken along the line suggested by Sir W, Mulock���that the
gov* rnmenl in. ist upon a reserve
slock being accumulated. Govern-1
menl ooal store- al central points
till through the prairie country would
be ti wise Investment,
SATURDAY. MAY  11,  1907.
IMMENSE   TIMBER   LIMIT.
IRISH   AFFAIRS.
Ninety-three   Square   Miles   Sold   fcr
About $1,500,000.
Lea ling  articles    aboul   the "Irish
Council   Bill"  will   be in fashion jusi       Toronto,  May   in.���The   sale  of    il
now;  bul  we see little advantage In  timber limit, In area over ninety-three
speculating as to its fate or its effects.   square miieS|  was completed  in To-
Time  .'.ill tell���a  very short  time as!       .    .   ,        .        .     ,   . ,   ..
touto today, the price being probably
far as the fate of the bill is concerned.
  I over $1,..011.000.
In the meantime, 11 is m Interest to 1
note the objections raised by the Con-1 The Property Is located near Killar-
servative opposition in the imperial \ney> is Practically the last of the vlr-
House. Mr. Balfour furnishes us with Uln Pine llraits available to Georgian
an interesting example of confusion of   ba>'  waters, and  was sold  by E.  W
ots
thought when he complains thai the
measure would create a genuine grievance to the English and Scottish people.   The retention of the Irish mem-
Sparrow, of Lansing. Michigan, to W.
J. Rell. Sudbury, who is understood
to have some associates in the purchase.
bers at Westminster will continue to O. E. Elsemore, of Toronto, a vet-
give them Hi*' opportunity of exerois- eran timber dealer, in discussing the I
Ing an influence on the affairs of sale, said: "This limit has been holdiH
Greal Britain, while the. House of several years at when every lumber-
Commons would ii*- debarred from man in Ontario thought or said was
takng any action in regard to Irish af- , too high a price. I enn not at liberty
fairs, which would pass under the to give lhe actual figures but nt. the
control nf ilie Council sitting in Dub- neighborhood of a million and a half
lin.    There, is titi old saying that two dollars or more."
wrongs :!<> noi make a right; ami cei'- This limit was offered  in  1902  for
tainly a clear right  cannol be denied $350,000, but there was no purchaser.
localise ii would involve minor wrong, ���	
particularly when the remedy for that
wrong i.- in the hands of those who
are suppose.,-! u, suffer from it.   (Irani
Tender to  Be  Remodeled.
Victoria, B. ('.. May 10.���The form
quarantine tender  Earle, which    has
an   equal   measure    of homo rule  1:1 , ��� ,      , ,      ,.
,,    , been   replaced by  the. new steamship
England   and   Scotland   also,  and   the ,,   .���      ... ,     ....   ...       .     ,
. , Madge, will be fitted with a lank and
grievance vanishes.    That   the    Irish ��� ,   , ��� ,        ., , .   ,
., , .,, converted into a disinfecting   steam-
Council Bill is a step in the right dlr- sh,
ection,   speaking  from   the   point   -if ^_	
view of mere expediency, no student ���
of  events  should  deny;   bul   he  wh 1
looks tit it from thai standpoinl alone'
will be pretty sure to blunder in I
criticism.   If it be wrong to granl t'i"
powers proposed by  bill, it   is wrong
for  reasons    altogethi r    outside    the j
scoi e of Mr.  Balfour's argument;   if, !
on the other han !. il is right   then hi -
argument   amounts    to a    1 ontenl I m
dliat justice shoul I  nol  be done, ' e-
( ause a grievance, largely s ml Imen   I
may be created.    The Irish  men   ���     1
have  the righl   now  to "exercise  _n
Infl lence on tke affairs of fir* al Bri-
''li!'' '    Tual  righl   will be no greati
''   |Vi.'  Irish  Council    Bill is   passed;
p ; I is is hard to see bow. if Mr. Bal-
for regards  the influence as an evil
thing, tin' evil is less because English
nnd  Scotch  m* mbers  have a  similar
right  'ee influence Irish affairs, or how
evil would be increased were their
!il  withdrawn,
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$1000
5 room Cottage;    good location ;    block from car.
$1250
."1 room Cottage;    lol in garden;    modern conveniences.
$1500
ii room Cottage (new)    on car line;    till conveniences.
$1500
1! room Cottage;    2 lots in fruil  trees;    good location.
$2150
l* rooms: lot 50x150, in garden;  modern conveniences.
$2800
7 room House;  all conveniences; close In;   lot 66x132.
$2800
(I room House (central); corner lot; lane iu rear;  (66x132).
$2100
fi  room  Mouse;    modern conveniences;    on Sth St.
$1450
(i room House;    close to bridge;    corner lot. ���
$1600
0 room Cottage;    corner lot 82x132;   lane ln rear.
$2000
li  room  House;    modern;    lot 64x160;    all in fruit.
$3150
S room House, on Columbia St.:    till conveniences.
$3150
~i room Cottage;    beautiful laid out grounds and hedges.
$3000
'.1 room new House;    ground--  132x132,
$1650
5 room House on car line:    lol   66x150.
$2850
12 room House, near 6th St. and Queen'.- .\\ t,
$2750
10 room Hei is.':    all conveniences;   close In.      "��i
FIRE    INSURANCE
If your  house,   furniture  or other pi iperty Is not  Insti 1 .. glvi
us tt call.   We represent the following leading Insurance c imp ni* .-
HARTFORD  CO..   (Incorporated        1810
CONNECTICUT CO.,   (Incorporated)       1850
INS. CO. OF N. AMERICA   (Incorporated)       179;
PHENIX    OF   BROOKLYN (Incorporated)     1353
These old reliable companies have paid dollar for d liar in every
great fire since iheir incorporation.
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia Street,
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as these to build on:
_ Full s!ze lots, on Belmonl street, facing south, close 1 1 S \
$350 each, with terms.
l Full  size lot, close, to sixth street on Seventh avenue for $290.
1 lots, close ti Columbia street, in Sapperton, facing easl   1
for $125 each. ��
in lots .eti Twelfth street, car line, for $2400; $600 cash wi
2 lots facing south, on Fourth avenue, Third street, till  .lea
each.
2 lots on  Q leen's avenue,  yerj   close to Queen's Park for $.00
.
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HALE  & LANE, Real Estate Ag
ents
248 Columbia^St.,'. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. t.
Phone   335 p. o. |{()X 26g
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'Productions in
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New Westminster. B. C.
Phone 85.
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The man, who is not glad when the Glorious
Spring months arrive, has need of a doctor
to touch up his liver.
Every man in his normal condition, hails with
delight the time, when it is safe to change
from heavy garments to light weights.
It lifts a load from the mind as well as the
body. This season our lines of light weight
wearables is particularly attractive.
Our excellent clothes are made to our special
order by the best Clothing Makers in the
business.
Hats and Toggery in great variety. We've
everything that's been approved as correct for
Spring.
ii. L.  DeBECK
AEOUT  "PREFERENCE."
As : he b Ires told us some time ago,
Mr, Asquith spoke strongly againsi
.'.:..   a "preference" to the col n h
It [her B'ords Ini] osing a tariff on
;. ��� ':;��� .od; b hen tii" matter cam ���
imi at the Colonial conference, The
T .onto Globe agi ������ ��� enl hel) �� il b
Mr.     .a iei' li      1 lommeni Ing   dn   his
e ch, ll says;
"The ' 11111    . eholet] " on B li 1
t!i   it:i'; a st.it*. ...an ri !.v Is the Ih*
ll i- Imiiossible to subtrai 1  ��I li
. ii   diniinl liin..   S i-i ,'!:��� I  tariff
1.- ia  Britain and 1 olonlal a
e ... - of a British tariff   denj    ihis.
though   not   by  definite and aci ural
: tat* ments.   in fai I 1 hej do nol know
they are denying  It.    Bul   they think
lh 'i  Britain can pay higher prices to
the colonies withoul having lei .1 wealth
m lining for herself. Tit*' arguments
in favflr of thai contention must be
pitifully tiresome to 1 leai minded Bril -
isli statesmen, and ii is gratifying thai
Canada i- nol officially responsible for
any of them. Tf the conference does
nolhing moie than Instil some dear-
:i".-s of economic thought into the lend-
in, statesmen and publicists of the
various parts of the empire ii will
abundantly repay the efforts of those
who have promoted it and given their
best though!  to lis deliberations."
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* The Home of Good Clothes
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Do you know that J carry in stock the
best Pianos made in ths Dominion?
I have ju I received te shipment of New
Style Dominion   they are bea itie .
Call and in peel my stock, it is now co -
plete.   I can suit all pocket books.
hi iMi-.it, New Scale Williams an >
Dominion.
lust r '��� ':\ d; Lar hipment of Organ -.
an I also Victor and Berliner Gram-
opho .;������' and Records. This will add ti
C li mbia and Edison Phonogr .ph .
i n iw have the best Talking .Machine on
the market. Over six thousand Records
to select from.   Call and see them.
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THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   VOU   BANK   WITH
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ROYAL BANK of CANAD _
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F. B. LYL
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Manager.
J. H. TODD,
A'etr Westminster's  Music   House,
Burr Blh, Coibia St.   Phone A27S
*sr Agent ;' r Singer and Wh - iler & Wilson's Sewing Machines
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Ta.' Canadian Courier thinks that,
If Mr. i-'ii Idlng should become First
Minister of Canada, he will take a
leaf oul of the hook of his newspaper
experience and "edit" the country,
Hy which ii means thai he will leave
the making of orations to the "sub;-."
10 acres] 1 miles from town; suitable tor fruil  and  poallr;
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Ti acres, 3 miles from town, frame house, ham and outbiill    1
fruil trees am} small fruit.   Price, terms 	
Scotl road   28 acres, 5 miles trom town; 7 acres cleared,
good house; good water: convenient to school.   Price
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-   . Plants      :���. ��� -   -���         - expects to  lakei
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rery sheer wl
dotted Swiss Linen, 1
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$3."5.  $4.75,  $5.50,  $'5.5.
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$2.50.  $2.00.
P!\E   slimier  cottons
jur Line of  50c Summer  Goods
tl lines ol   tttrae    e Musliua .    els
.:������ gen line Fr* i i Paris
j. wit!i large      :.      . nd gn en foliag       I
larg        t so     . -��� -     Coti
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EINE    WASH    GOODS
t.. ��� of Sua.: ���      '        ,;      _ is lai."   ii       han al an>
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Scoi  :i :���'.               ti tei             ns     ���'         Ized Ch
���   m   raffetas, in fo.iv o
. Plaid   Si ol       liingh tms    rt Iiii <   V* stings, n Ills,
I..M".  Heavj   Gala  i   -.  Fl iw*   e I  M islin,  White Lawns,
... ml ���:   ' ' i   .
r   Pearsot       "       ^"'10   ' ~  '   s
....    ...      challenged the local bartenders to a
seball   match   to   be   flayed   some
eturm es-     .....   n< \.   week     .hi   challenge was
Ross      .   ......   -:.      a :   .<   .....     rest*   laj   morning,  bu
'' '������  ������        lng a  s lolidaj :,, ;...     ._.: ���   the j0J   dispensers  ha i
not  yel   made up their miiiels to ac-
or refuse    The barkeeps do not
a  li ' ���   saj
t hit s are mor*   ... their Hue.
II  Lh*   men who stand behind the ma-   ���
refus* ay, th  maki  -  ���
-    --:  tnd   will endeavo  me with   ^
s expected the barbers v
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ierson oi  persons   inknown, was   ���
and fatallj   Injur* I     i  on*   of  ���
-   th* ng oars m a .    sh*   >   *
ab iui       1'clock las!  nighl     The anl-   ^
mai ha.i wandered on th*   tracks ai I
received wounds from which i: was a
onoe   apparent   i'   could  nol   reeovei
The animal was su \ greatlx  and   *
CHECHACOS and HYAS SNOW;
(Newcomer (Newcomers)        !
V. ill : m best interests       ...       .... ....
g prices I        I ...  ���.
ol 0  .-. received    Buj ao*. and gel      -. ch
V s] ne <if Carpets and . .,        Sqna es H	
Ca: pet S : ���      Rugs * Is
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John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
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Summer Shirts
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rami ��� . 3 park, al
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lh*    Ftussel
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fith th*      ��� '  the   G  Ichon
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veiling, E. J..
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'���   ������ ��� ind drowned     ivas
it in ry at the ii
'hinaman  found i
eating In Ft   -     river on Wed
f of Police Me tntosh, whose resl
tlence is nearby, and ask him to sh io
t!ie> animal al once or .''..ie1'.- it to I.
.i >n.      The chiel animal onl
of its miser** with a shol from his revolver
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Although he hail onlj Men In the ���
city once before in his brief existence, *
:'i\e' year old Morgan Clifford, a grand-
The creamer) delivers sweel cream
Ice cream and buttermilk.
S   .���    lale     A  warrant  was issued for
the burial    I  the   io I;
Th*    "i.   was identified asl uvc ���,ca,u,u a""8auv" .�������"�������-  *
Joe  Ling,   e  camp cook  from   son of Del},,t>   U'arden Bm,rke "f th��   ���
penitentiary, who wns in the citj  >.-^-
terdaj  taking in the Maj  daj   festivities,  had no difficult)   in   finding  his
iers ;ei   club   waj   to   his  grandfather's     residence  ���
actce ai   Qi     n's  path   '...hen  he became separated  from his   ���
this  afl m, when  a large turnout   aunt.    A   hurried   search  did  nol  re-   *
is ex eet* I.   Practice Is called  ier 1   veal  th*'  whereabouts of the missing
and tl     ' rsl  members ,-eiinsr  lad, anel his parents were almosl dls-
psted to call Guichon   traded.    A    search    was    Instituted
its ai      ��� her parapher-   around   the  pari., bul   withoul  result
Finally,   with   nbsolutelj   in*   hope-  of
finding him there, one member of tllelT
���   lyking *       . iers of Sumas; ,     ., , ,, ��� ,..,.��.
��� ���    filed   plans in   thi   reg-
.���;,.    .how lng the work of re
in   Soft   Front   Goods   Stripes and
Checks
$1.25   to   $2.00
Soft Trussore
$1.75   to   $3.00
Some with collars attached, mostly
wiih bands.
While Silk Pongee and Twilled,
with collars attached.
Prices
$3 and $4 the shirt
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of   the.  Incident,  and   found   the   boy   *
y   King   merrily   to his   grandfather
lleotlt   the'  .Metes   of   the   day.
assoi' ii enl al  2_c yard.
ed Muslins, tiin      n -. i"
2Cc, 35c.
and aci omp tnied
h    i nn "������'   ind    ��� he civil engi-
o    th*   estinia       cost,  an I   i he
mnts     which     will     be     assessed Salmon Start to Hun.
gainsi   the  various lands  which will      Victoria, Maj    lu    Spring    salmon
he    enefited bj  dykes. hav.'  started  to i in     Two    hundred
we're' taken \esterd m   bj ''tie' irap a I-
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PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
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In soi      quarters I In re Is considerable  opposli lon   ' ���  the city e ouncll's
��� . eose i si rei i   Improvements.    .1   C
'. ��� nisti ong i'\   :. goes -1 far as to say
���   if   the  sidewalks  are   built,   he
ivill bi li _   h     ff Ir Into 'b-- local law
. irts.    The  objection  Is   nn lerstood
.  ' ,��� on  acco inl    il   I hi   ass 'ssment
system,   und r  which    the    Improvements b 111  be ma le
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
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Phone 13S  : ��� ���
���������.Mi ;.:..!      ittermll
,. ml  to Victoria.
CARD OF THANKS.
:���'. Bo il; ie ��� b Ishes to 1 eturn thanks
for I he \ ery manj 1 spi * ssions of Kind
s\ m ial hj exten le I him In liis receni
sa 1  bereavement
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
!a splendid buy?
9-room 1 louse on Agnes St. with all modern
improvements, and connected with city
sewer. For sale exclusively by us on very
easy terms.    A splendid buy at $4,500.
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NOTICE,
ol   N'e��   Wostminsti
eat Cottage
5-room Cottage, with hot and
cold watei', bath, etc., aad well
situated; large lot, with some
very nice fruit.   $750 cash and
the balance at $15 per month.
fO RENT,   (.-room House in first-
class condition.   $12.
lie:   i;   n 's, of N  ���'���   i irk,  s r er-
,.                               .,. ,.,;.;,.,: '..    members o
,, the ,nte na,   ,.   ���   3l)1 :i    sch00iai \ uie No. 20 are r* luesteel t.. attend
ipal. . ,n, ...       : .,  noon ,,, .,���. nu iu irl .:  service  In the Eagles' hall
,.     ���                ��� irch. The suhjeel S mdaj   i ftemoon, M ij   12, at  2  p.m.
...      .      vill    be     "P Imar:       T1 ':,i'''   j'   < >":::,!l-'   i,ivi"''1  "'
v. ,.-. ��� ,             M -.  Ba nes   i    th n ld-   also :l!1   vlaUlng   brethren,
his work in ]'- ���'��� LYNCH, W    Pres,
���                               houlilhe !'- BCHQFlBhD. Secretary,
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r.iiii and sun our list nf City Lots nml Houses, Wi; have snniK pod ones
ALLISON y PEEBLES
270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Phone 30
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I5ail     i i S. Ferris
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Look!   Look!!   Look!!!
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.   jion   i ich    l ' ��������� ���
who th.bnn.8ar    \'i '    Nol-
���  Ml     ,:;e I      I ���'       '��  -!".       ",'1       '
;f. Hampton Bol   h is b ien
, ,���., nl   1   < min i I ���',|   ilefond int,
while J. S. Chit*   re
secu lon.
N   THE   MARKET.
JUST   CN   THE    MARKI   .
Vane 'it. im'      : icl u ��� ie'' I ���
good nii'ii lo ; '��� irei enl the \ erj I lies!
novelty. Agents i lining mono). Uel
wise, atari working for youi
ESverjbody buys on sight, Profils m--'
une' hundre I per cent, Don'l waste
��� m ���   . kin i   I toll ih    qucsl Ions,    mil
.-. !  one   loll      I       i'i'' il  s imples   n
NECKLETS
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See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklets, in COLD, SILVER,
GOLD-PLATED    and
PEARL.
W. C_ Chamberlm Th�� Jaweier
AGENT HAMILTOS   WATCH
IcLEOD. MARK <^ CO.
7/>e Farm Land Specialists, "
New  Westminster
AVE YOU USED .. ..
Geoi      Osborn, wl ��r        ,   ���       ���    v rlca-
.  i |     ��� ,..-    . |        en
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lecieled l take up s mi ���   S;i;i(V u ,.-, orunvillH St., Vancotn
renunu      i '���'��� ���'���   ���   ''���' '
...      ...     ; ��� '. outfli    by
��� ||       .         |       ��� uare    Many
el   the :���:���'" for sale  wenl
al   ;' licul*     ' '":"'
' ..;���  ,,e- |)U; ers    '��� ir I        _o   Is    he
m;1(i t0 offer '"'it - i io limited to make
competition keen.
Tim. iiiBiiix Compy,   RLrKIGLKAlUKb
public lecture, and SCREEN DOORS
<��
ri Ami
There is nothing to equal it
for cleaning windows or metals.
1 5c Per Cake
Fnr cul flower < irn ition . and funeral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, florists, Tel. D208.
TUESDAY, MAY 14th,
���IN���
St. George's Hall
Adams & Deans
at 8 p. in.
"How Our City Gets Its Electric
q, ii. stev. irl   who is commencing Liaht."
u tour of  the  world, arrived  in   the   ,,,,,,,       ' .       , ,    t
���      " ,. .    ,        Illustrated by experiments and lantern
city      ite  lay,  an ! will rem tin  I  slides.
- ... ., ,, n  a  we ��� .  th ��� guesi  of his
���o h r, v.\ s. Stew irt, c ishler al the
i iei ! c P,  Ft. depot.     Mr.  ��8tewarl
leaves    for    San Francisco,    Japan,     Proceeds in aid of Anti-Tuberculosis
China, Africa, then to Europe, where  Hospital Fund.
��� ��� Mtuposes touring the continent for   ADMISSION 25 Cents
By J. GEO. LISTER,
Lectun r to B. C. E. R. Cki.
Our Refrigerators have perfect air spaces
surrounding the entire refrigerator.
We have Zinc and Enameled Lined Inside
Screen Doors and Windows.
Curtain Stretchers of different kinds.
Call' and see us.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Ll in 3 ted THE   DAILY   XEWS.
SAT;
P'3AY,
IMMEMSE   TIMBER   LIMIT.
Ninety-three   Square   Miles   Sold   for
About $1,500,000.
Toronto, May 10.���The sale of a
tii : er limit, in an a < ver ninety-three
square mill ���-. was - ��� mph .< .i in '!' >-
ronto today, ihe pric*- being probably
ever , 1 ,r.n0.<t.n>.
The property is lea ited near Killar-
ney. is practically ihe Inst of the virgin pine limits available r��� > Georgian
liny waters, and was sold by K. W.
S arrow, of Lansing, Michigan, t;> VT.
.1 n.Ml. Sudbury, who is understood
to have some ssociates in the purchase.
O. E. Elsemore, nf Toronto, a vet-
. :ti timber dealer, in discussing the
sale, said: "This limit has been held
several years at what "very lumberman in Ontario thought or said was
t ' high ti price. 1 am not at liberty
te give the actual figures bul a* ihe
��� Ighborhood eif ti million and a half
d* Ilars   i' mare."
This limil was offered in 1902 for
$350,000, bul there was eti purchaser.
SUBDIVISION of Lot 46, Block VL, comprising some of the finest resi(y
tial sites in the city, is now.offered for sale exclusively by us. Thi, J
nificent property is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st St. (fJ
Queen's Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facjjJ
1st St. at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave. and 1st St., hell
$1000): 2 lots on 4th Ave., 421x120, at $600 per lot; 4 lots, 52_x85
5 lots, $400. Call at our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
Spanish   Event  is  Over.
Madrid,   May    li. ���Queen    Vii ti ria
ga >'���   In    today to a son, n ho becomes
heir in tit" throne im' Spain. The birth
e :   ihe   t e> al    .ain   has   I een  awaited
, agei   Inti rest   thr mghoul  Spain.
'. tie news  from the   palace early this
irning  that   tie.   aci ouchement  was
Westminster
Transfer Co.
iffice 'Phone 18R.       J__rn 'fnone 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to   _ny
(tart, of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Tram  Depot
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
$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 water-
f ;���'. cr, the North Arm of the Fraser K.ver. adjuining the well-known
Mead's estate. No. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. One
of the .est bargains to be obtained
in the district. For oeciusive sale.
Price $1t',c'00: $3,500 cash, balance
in 6. 12 r.nd 18 months at 6 per
cent.
One let No. 12 en Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street. $1,050.
for sale exclusively.
THE   POPULAR   TRANSCONTINENTAL    LINE.
Running   Through   First-class Pull-
imminent spread :;;;.  wildflower, -and   man, Tourist and Dining Cars daily.
i rowds   fie     ed to the     gr 'al      lee/.,
!: enting  the al    . ... ���
Atlantic express leaves al 15: 10.
Seattle and points south, S:30.
Guichon���!.. <1. Waitington, Chicago; VV. Pi itt, G. Wilson, A. M.
Johnston, A. B. Bush, ii. I.. Bush, (!.
K. Stiratan, E. Ross, D. Draney, F.
Draney, C. P. Batson, Vancouver; \V,
Finch   Page,   Victoria;    V.\ B,    Bow,
Winnipeg
Windsor���H. Judd, <.'���. A. Edwards,
Vernon; .Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas .Meredith. Miss Meredith, Master Meredith,
Winnipeg; .i. Creighton, 11. Trembly,
Okotoks; li. Hedg* .-. Toronto; 11.
Brown, Vancouver; Mm. and Mrs. C.
.I. Byrne, Seatth : M. Sl ibley, Nelson.
Colonial���J. P. Pr icl r, C, W. Arm-
��� " ng, J. A '.' i iort .. I'. E. Win 1-
ley, Vancouver; H. A. Russell, Montreal; I.. M. Briggs, Ladner; Mr. and
Mrs. Reid, Pert Haney.
For other particulars apply to
K. J. COYLE. ED. GOULET.
A. G.  P.  A. Agent C.P.M.
Vancouver.       Xew Westminster.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AND K.1MUINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKiDUtJ aDd
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   \vorx,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence ln
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIB! BT____IT.
New Westminster. f, o. 474.
:...-- .1 and 11. Sub. of Lots S an.! ! I
in Block '.; ; . orner ol I Hirliam and 2nd
St. ;   full  Blzed  lots
2-ston .' I louse, 7 rooms, bath room upstairs! flush closet; g I stable; on Agnes
.i.e...ir 8th St.; all modern Improvements.
Pile set.""", half cash, balance i asy ; a
n ally ��� xce Hi e.t  bargain.
Sub. 21 of Lol 16, Block XIII, 4-Room
House; hot .ml cold water; flush closet;
lot of fruit trees; chicken house and
barn. Price $S00; terms .400 cash, balance 2 and 6 months .et 7 percent. Hamilton SI . flrst house off Bth St. between
7th and Sth Avenui s.
2-storey House, 7 rooms, with all modern Improvements; si���.- ..;' ground l""^
142; second lol t'i..:,, .mm St. ..a 4th Ave.
"M  south  side,   11"1  feet  "ie  a\ ��� nue,     1 l.'
I.m ii both siiN s.    !': id   - ' .'"" : *l.	
cash, balance "a time at 7 i" r cent.
N'.-K.  ',  uf Sui,. iti. Township 10: i
timber.    Price si", per acn .  terms  .!.	
���   m. balance easy.
s.-W. Sal.. Township 13; some timber;
railway runs alongside ; old 5-acre nr-
cha i-l. ri !'���.��� s i;, p, ,��� acn ; m rms $ l ,000
' ash, balanci   In three equal p ij nt tits.
. lots I Hock l, Richmond St . Sappe r-
ton.    $ 1-". per let.
1 acre clay, house on tram line near
.Joyce station: partly cleared; fenced
across front facing tram line. $1000,
$700 cash, balance arranged.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.   E.  WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General  .Manager.
8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
6th and Tth St., with one
acre of land, containing
fruit trees, outbuildings,
stables, &c.; an exceptionally cheap bargain. Price
$4,500. $2,500 cash, balance
in 1 year at 7 per cent.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
BANKING   BY   MAIL
Busini   -  mmm  ������   transacted by mail   with    iny   branch   of  Uie   Bank.
Accoun       . pened, and deposits made or withdrawn by mail,    Every
' tentii i: I       Id to    :' ��� ef-tow n accoun is.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
BULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
NEW    WESTMINSTER Arrives Pal))'
3:00   ji in
���mon,   Everett, Seattle, Portland       9:55   p m
Leaves  Daily
9:20 a in       B   Ine, Bellingham, Burlington, Mt.
4:35 m mi
4:35 p ia '   ane.St.Paul.and all points Easl       3:00   p m
9:20 a in Anacortes,  Woolley, Rockport. 3j00    p in
3:00 p in Vancouver 9:20   a m
9:55 p m |     ly.;:,   p m
12: in
Ml
"The  Owl,"  between  Seattle,  \. w
Wesl minster & Intel mediate points
0:20    a  in
0   p. ni.      Arrive
Leave   New  Westminster for Guichon
Guichon ii p, m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
S:45 a. m   arrive from  iuichon; 9:10 a.m. Lv, for Vancouver.
ROUTE  OF THE  FAMO US "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily Overland Trai ns 2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis   and   all   points   East.
For complete Information, rates, berth reservation, etc., call
on rn' address,
!���'. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank nf Commerce Building,       --       New Westminster, ll. C,
II. M. ADAMS. Asst. Traffic Mgr.
King Street, Union Station, Seattle, Wash, ���
61 acres Murphj Landing, I miles
above Mission Junction. Just at the
landing   if Murphy Landing, aboul the
- ntre of iot; 25 acres cleared, u . le
iltivati in;    l-room   house,   barn   and
- t'i'''':   nil* ul  one acre orchard, I ea.
lng  fi til      ���...    Price $1,350, on easy
terms (cr $1,250 cash).    $22 per .
'_ cash, balance 6 an l 12 montl
10 acres section 32, N -E. corni r of
.WW. i i. uncleared, Timber fir, ce-
! ir, and al I* r; good soil; a mile from
Vale road; .-an.tie road an I new
5 lots i oi ner of streel   between v'li
and 9th Ave. on 2ml St., si le ol 2nd
St., equal to one acre; part]} cleared.
$500. half cash.      \  spl   : |i i    o]
nmit;.  for ite'.' sl menl
S rooms, 2 i ore. .. mse, i.e.-;' room,
water and light; full sized lot, 80x100
feet, sil mm" 1 6th SI etween Ith and
"111 Ave. on wei : si I". Pi ice $2,300,
y ' ash, balance in G mon hs ,.t . ���,.
24 .!���'-.-���.- iti S mbury; 6 ��� b Ins water
fronl;     li'  acres   cleared;     S roomed
ho .   .. lath and plaster* tl;  w I she I,
chii���,.en harn and fruit trees of all
kinds. Price $3,000. Terms one-third
cash, balance G and  12 months.
I., - fai ing 2nd St., ���   tween Qu*   ns
and 3rd Ave., om Queen's
A.\i*.:     52x122 fe tt; ared;        ���
alon. side'   and   bii    .       .      ������    $1,000;
half cash, balance ��� i sj at 7 ���  .
More exclus ve  properties just   listed
with us for sale.
!. ��� .".. oj "-it" Knox bui i m Sap-
pi rton, east side ' lolun hit Street on
. ...   line.   $3C0 cash.
:: lets south sid* ��� Six h Av* nue;
very lighi (leai ing; 60x1 i".;_��� fei on
Sub. Block 10.   $1050 cash.
I lots en Fifth Stri et, 11, 12, 13, 14,
:: ib,   15,  S.  Blk.   13.      $350 each.
alance I   months at 7 ...
1 hou es  con ��� .   of    Men Ival
_gnes;   : :'   sized  lot;    city block 31,
loi ; i: one house rents for $25, the
ol er $10; fl ish i los* i - an i all con-
n* . t* !     with    s*  .. rs       Pr ce $3.5C0.
Cash $2     '    ance In 6,  12 an !  Is
months al 7
i" acr* m. sectli ' ;. X. i^ of E '.���
of Tn. 2. aboul 3 mil* - om iridg* i 'I'
Flaw *rth road, S     ��� mse IJ x26,
1 m, storey house, 3 .    irns tim she I, an
0 er 3    .' i    e addi      ipstalrs; sn
.   ' '_���    .  ��� ed and
wi     clover, red; fai
i m: '   mill   from   shine ���    m  '.      Pi Ice
$1.200:.   ti : ms   half e   -:..    . lar ������    12
months at 7 '.'.
: ill -;:��� I :. ��� .ti Sm Patrl 'k'l S ���
;.      i side,    etween J IcKei zi* '.
an I  Glov*    i ho    e.    Pr  ���������  $475,
cash,   .   mei   In G months at 7  .i
Full sizi I No. 12 ��� n Ro; al Ave.
an . .th SI i i'ii $.1050, h ilf cash,
iaii nc*   .������ 7 ���    per ann n
West* :���', I. I! of ��� '. Sa:. Block 5,
132x132 coi ner 100 f* el square; two
h*'i;.s*-s drawing $2S pei month. Price
$5,000. li.,.!' cash, balance In ti and 12
m* nths.
2 lots on Princ* ss SI . No. 11 and
12,  " tween 6th and 7th Ave., two lots
Gth St. on south Price
Xie. 11. $210. half cash, ba am ��� 6 mos.
at 7 ', : No. 12, e ��� ' $315. half
cash, .      nee 6 mos. at 7
Doubli tenemenl house, Ith We.,
lsl  an '  2n I SI Pi li     S1.700:
nd half in 6 i    ati      tl. .
Rents for $10 eai h tei ant,
160 S.E   Si *    Section 2fi, Dist. 12,
res.parti      i    ���       K ���
mni j. . ne mile
Wi   sti   's  " '��� ner;    t
P.O. i    the wesi
.7 per t    ���    . ��� '     and lit':
1 mill I ��� Hai
$2,100; tei ;:    $1,100 c ish, balance i i
��� I.
10 a I N'i w Wi     nlm ter, L I
", S. Dh      I, Surrey; t     .
"        $400;     $200  .mmm  balls at 7   .J;    n* !' it'ii-
cann
4 room  house,    I
i   St., bi twei a Que id 3rd
���*���������,.
I acr* ' e *     Ith Avi    ind 2
lots wesl       ���      SI.:
rooms;    electric    lighi    conne*
;   le I rees   md I    :"        hard.    P
$4,500;.   $2 '  cash,   inland        one
1 im No. 24 i'ii idth. streel south
side of 4ih avenue.    Price $200 cash,
7 lots Nos. si to m'> and 95, : 5 faces
on Mii avenue, next to (limits ranch,
I lots cleared withoul a stump; small
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash.
i   i-i'  linns'1. 6  rooms    and    flush
closei mi Ith avenue, one lol from 2nd
��� ��� ��� ��� on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900;  1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cenl     Size of lot  55x165.
17 lots, full  size,  *;'!i  St.,  B n ni
east  sal".    100 yards  from Cliff Can
Factoi       i     good.    Price only $1020.
$350 ci sh, ball t n eat j t*   n
2 lol on Sth St, betwei n Sth i '
61 h Ave. on easl Bide:  full slz*
13-;   Vies,  te an !   12.      Price $1000 for
both, half �� . sh, balance easy,
.  i   ,'"��� -    a corner ol .vi    , nd
Gth St., s -\v corner; ch are I Price
$1200; half cash, bal m - In C monlh
at 7 pi ��� ' ��� mm
y  acre     ��� ' a  "a    Qui ��� n'i     nd      d
Ave. on west side of 10th; No. 5 Rn '
...   IS;   1 12x165 feet;  all    lei   ed
and   :'eii'< !.    Price   $1050;   $5 0     i b
balance In G months.
:' e        ed  lot on  Royal     ;i nu* .  I ���
:. ' m. M   ...... .
��� :. $1,200, $800 ci sh
Small hi
w sale,1
ing Agnes and Vi
west of 6th Sl in
Water and r's ��
tions.   Tern
Small house, Vic
6 rooms. Y, i
A Bunch cf LOTsI
���
$500 :
M     '
��� ��� , :.
'd
���   '.'
ice i
���  : i      ��� ' ;
-'.   lots,   \ ���   2: and   32
���  .
������
; avenue and Nanaimo Si .
. n !   bi tween   14th   and   16th   str* i ts.
I    ��� ���   $425  for : "Mi. cash
Block  7.  Lol 6, 1 subdh i si* ni
a ng from Sth to Gth St.. 4th and 5th
\\".:  ei." '"i  en tram line.   $800 for
one; price $1,500 fnr the two.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & 7th Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
the Crescent;   7-n
if 0,500.  ' '2 cash   ba    ice 6,  ��� J
months.
Block 12
slz* d loi $2,500, OKI
cash, bal. 6. 12 and   - monthi
One acre in bloc 9,1
tween 18th and 16th]
on .sth Ave. Price U
l--'> cash, bal. easy,
TO   C._M.
I   .-���  on    B
m  Gi mi
$15.00   er monl
1
160 acres,
2 mil   .   fi   ::. ei" ,
$40 per act.
Two  lots
mu   ISth   stre et, be
tween  7th i
nd  .'���tii avi ;. .'
rnei   ol
Ilainiii in     :!'..'.
N'O.    11   . :. ���
12.     Prii      .245,   '_
��� .'. b, balan
e ii nionths.
160 acres in Surrej ; S _. _i
X'j ol see 9, township 2. Lo ;
house, 16x2 i. and chick* n c< ip
i mall barn; 60 frufl trees; i_
aei'i'S cleared, I acres under
cultivation and 8 acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, u cash, balance In  12 nionths at 7','.
1
Uli size lot, block 0, lol 11,
St.
'atrick's    Square:       Price
$���150.
i lot, 55i/_xl66, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue, Pi Ice $450.
Terms $21111 cash, balance terms
le)   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: -1 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
!. Bal. easily cleared.
A   Cheap   Property.
House  6        ��� flush   closet,     l ���
���   eys, on  Foui th Avi . oni   lol  from
S e!    Sm    on    soul h    Bidi,    Pric*
$1900:.   half cash,
1 ��� ���       Fruit tre*
���;   . ���    10x42   Ith    St.,    ���     ��� ��� ti 4th
an i 51 h Ave.;    i ���,-.. i ubh
:-'... -
'
chen iiii Full
nin_    a* U : >h �� Ic*   $3.5C0;
I cash, i   ���
al  7 [ier cent.
Six and     ni    half acres, on    acre
eared  ret ntii       11-2
n cl* House,   "���
14x24;   store    an :   half,   - ma .  I
.. :  e     ..
lants;   ��� l,70(T,  half ��� a .
i thr* '   7   ���      -��� :.'
Thl   Is a vaiua
' ' ��� he ei':, call ai .   .
���  nenl   with   ; ���:   .  r  !     lier   parti
1     ed lot,      .'   ' 'ore
bouse; 1 ���    .   :
n od* rn in       .���      nl     n* tv hi i
$3,000.  ',�� ". h, i ���    ���   6 n m       al  7
pei cenl     Hood ; li
rees,    Si     nd hon h streel
w*   '. on   i;���;.�����:' side,
10 acn ��� In sec. 32.   Timber, I   . i
d ir an I al ler.   Good  mil; \ ���   I r*    Is.
Applj  : r full particulars.
Lots 17. I \ 10, 20, 21, face i a  16th
"''" an I    lh avenue;  2 corni r lots
'."'M   I  Insl le lots $200 i     h     Pric*
V 50,  cash.    Sil    ���   ,. ���    a    cash,
i  one-half       -     bel
'   Eighth   aven ie;   - mth
Price $2,5C0.
James Inlet, I lare o
$t.00 per acre. : ...-j
Large let and h . -
���. ; la street, Sa]  ���     o. Bol
al  $10 each.
One and oi ���-!
. - :|
Si|
eet;  .
'   Id   water, clos*
. ��� ���    11
:
'
Om
14 feet.   '���   i  cash,
lu
���ot ! i on  FII h an nue,     ih B, 10
:,..   .���      ,;,; par| 0f loi Bei oul with fj|     '' ::- $30�� cash- '- cleared; size
fi ill    trees    and    nice    lawn.    Price "' feel  |,y  l:;- :"' '
$2,750. $1,500 cash, halance 0 and  12      House   and three   lots, corner 3i I
months al 7 percent. Ave. and nth St.;  5-room house anj
Snap in Lots. kitchen.    Price $1,500, one-third cash,
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of 1,',:- '' ;'ni1 '-' months al 7 jeer cenl.
the city, from $25.00 to $3,tOO Cottuato  ol    I   rnnms    nnd    **��� Bhed
Full sl_ed lol i��� Sapperton, facing r,���!\th aV,..  'Ath'st?.'   w'Ji". it
Brunette  street.    Price $150  cash Prnctlcully  new;  papnred;  Blnk  and pan-
a.v  i.e..   ���ee,,,-,,       ,  ��� ���,     ,.    . ,ry'    l'1"''   H.10O;  terms $200 cash,   .1.".
Six  lots,  50x150, outside  city  limits Monthly nl 7 v. - ,it. ,������ rents at $10 per
60   each   lot.     Fuller   __.rti_nl_.rq  ,,��� '    '"'' r'"' """ >'' ���"'���
HOUSE . ��� .. LOT
' ��� :.     locate   .
'i 111
b   "���������     1
house.   Ten roi  i
Al!  modern  coi nei !
ati
tory,   electrl ���    ���'���'��� \
6Cxi;i2, with lane
��� Price!
$1,500 cash, bal
2 lots, 2". 21; i "���' ' 1
ier)  $175.    D
strei
20   a* re   bloi '  '-:-:
Jniii   on, $20 pei
House,   rail
treet, Sapperton; ���'
month,   i)n!> $1,050.
House,    In   : '".'      I .
F      li   avenue   a tl   S
$2,000.   Terms can
4 full-sized I."
ivi nue and Hin
Eighth Btreet; o |
a large barn on o
half cash, balan
cent,
7 Lots een   Twel
House corner of   7ili St.   and 4th
Ave.;   9  riinins;   2 full  sized   lets, C'l.v
132;    orchard    of   apples, pears nnd
llums,    Price $4,000, $2,0110 cash, bal-
nice on time at 7 '',.
$60   each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on
enquiry. ' ,''; ,,;"   Cumb ,!:l;"'  Sl ���   Sapperton.
86 acres, hair mile waterfront, (l.v.     Acreage on Vani ver road, corner
K. running   through.      $9,460, terms of Gillej  road.   $225 per acre.   Acre-
Investigate, age is selling fast at ibis price.
i asy,
Q iei n's and Thli .
cf car Bhop;    full  ���
cash.
io acres North n
rrom city limits on P' Mo0'j
aires under cultivation; -'.
house; frame bam I /'; J
born 40x80; fencwl -<i:>'- '" l "
i.air south side. Prl e $4,500.
ctsii. bal. In ii moi       ' ;
i ci   inl
tt  loin corner of  101
Sl., between   in. jind   / tloo
e.t   10th St.; all clear*"
cnuli,    balm  II  mm in    '���  ' ,��� il
I mii   run   througli froi i
a ������ i bargain,
McQUARRIE &  CO
Telephone   333
Real  Estate Brokers
STREET
Telephone
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Agents for Employers' LiablHty, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London. V'i^
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P0PSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
1* 'minion Lan Is \\ Ith
Belt in Bril    i C il im
tea led bj an;   ;
������ sole hea I of a farnll
i years of   age, I
m   [uarter    sectl
less.
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- situate.
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'tis   i ".llli'e ted
. the tollowln i p in
.  isi six months' residence
���   ctiltivatl "i of   lite' land In
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i  ier i ir mother, If the
... of the hom  it* id
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���   ��� i for,  the   requl
e.lden e maj be sal  iiled
residing    with   the
his perma
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ire than   .20 ai res
tie Indlvl lual
.   the rate of I in
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bains             nn < e or 1<
��� ���   Indian   Resei           thi nee   ll 0
toul                 Reserve Ine   to
���.   ,e   ng shon    to ' iinl   of
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Xo. 27. Con       icln. i te ���
���   : ii       ��� quarter west ol
Kla      ta in lian village on noi th hank
tlieiii e  160  * halns   i n th,   10
lains     .*. 160  ch ilns    south,    to
then   iloi      ���   ere  to poin
'      PITH  MM
Xo. 2S. I 'omn   ni In.   it a po     danl -
il otu   mile    : ���    iuartei
��� m.i  Ba:   ;:i Han  village,
;mi .  of  bay,    thenci     160
halns   no t'i   40  chains     nest,    160
itith, 40 chains easl  I i poinl
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;;     ���_ it   ���     '   Im :   i'   .       it J 1 '.n4-
��� ���; ' ..'������������      mi mouth
if K bl  la river oi ink, thence
t ' i hains south, i I .' i west, sn
���. ,������ . south, 10 ch iins west, 120
chains north to the shore, then nlong
di, re ��� ��� ;i ������'���-.' of ci mmencement.
W   1!. MOODY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
Loi atoi a,
I. ���   m   ���;   v ril Gth.  19 '7.
������      . I:    m  5,   '
\ '���    ���   - m 1 with this i )tlee,
claii eing  tl ������ lei
sons  claiming  any
I land       virtue of
��� ���-'���  ���     lu      itnent, and  all
���   - ng any int* resl  it;  the
nt,   whose title is
not regi tnd.r the   revisions o!
th*    ' Land   it. gistr.    Act."   shall   bo
evei   estop; ed   an I    b barred  from
-��� "���'���-       anj   claim I i  ir In respect
the   said  1 ..ii 1   s e   soil   for   :.i\e>s
as   pr ivide : Land   Regtslrj
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NOTICE.
Take noti*     thai ivs after
d ite  I  Inten I to in llcation to
the Chlel r inunissionei of Lan is and
Works for n license to i ul nn I cai j
av aj  titi: ,;���   the   following   li -
cribed lands:
Nol 'ommencing I i eost pi mt-
" I on 'li" wes Ide ol Twonl v Five
Mile Creel es Sim ie,
Xei.  1  ;���..-���:    thence   10 chain    wi il
thence south SO chains; thence e ist sn
chain  .       -.     nori li sn chain ���. them e
i ' .     Ins. to     ilnt of i ".mih 'ncement,
Xee. 2. *' imm ncing at ,i msl
planted one mile south of J. ine.
Sh irpe's Xo. 1 posl: I hem <��� w e I in
chains; Ihence south SO chains; thence
i isi    s.e   (iiains;      thence   noi t li   sn
GENTLEMEN:
See our windows to-night, ln thfeni are some of
the most up-to-date Shoos ever imported into
this city. Among the high grade shoos which
we have the solo agency are
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THE   'ALL   AMERICA"   SHOES
Manufactured by Rich & Hutchison, o\ Chicago.
THE   GENUINE   SLATER  SHOES
Manufactured by the Slater Shoe Co., of Montreal,
Two shoos that luivo no equal,
A noteworthy assortment oi' entirely now spring and summer styles are
now offered for your selection. Parti u!:i. attention is directed to our High
Class Bench-made Patent Leather Shoes, every pair of which is guaranteed
against cracking.
W. E. SINCLAIR,
The Reliable
Shoe Man
CHURCH
SERVICES
ice to Housekeepers.
s.  i lern lemon,   mm itor     Sun I to   i	
\ le'.'ee     1 1 L��. 1 ���..    .111.1   ,   ;e 111   .Sin !,: I    I. ll  '.'1
nnd      HlblO        ri.iees."..     1'    ' '      |1        m
Men Illll. Mlliji'l'l ,       " PlUl. Ill        eel        I ll,'
8|��lrU:"uwiiliw-8opvlw Soerlftronnd   \\:K   AK|,    PUTTING   ON   THI
Snll.Tn:-.."
,,    , .. MARKET  I'cn.W
��� w .it' commen.* monl
AM
Sta .' I April 29, 190
tl'.'ir m]i> iii this ultlio not later llinn
I In   in    eind    .'    .el   ll.lll .    Sill
dm school nml liliii��� , 11
A Large   12-ounce
\\ oal   l'n' ill) toi i.i.i    fie>     :    \\ mil
law   Taylor,   M \ .    ru D���   mlulnti
I \iinie tors un i tillu'i'8   n Icres tod In   u      .
chains:    ihence    wesl    10   chnln    lo  church  services   "ill   iilonso   forwnrd    , ,%i>���, _. . _    __,
' Bottle of Furniture
,. ,       Kiin\   ilinri'li.   Hiuipolon     t''\      I.,
LAMES SHAKP1C.      S |>.tii. on 1-rldtiy to Insure lnaoitlon.1 * ,,   O   1*   1_    f OC*
m,'K,.���,i,.. B.A.. imsio,   s'Mu,", ,. p0liSh for 25 cents.
       li,:,    Trlnlti    cathedral    Rev.    A.| a ni. und ,  nm.;  Sunday achool nnd |
nnd"   elm i,   .'  10   ;��� iii :   meeting  *��r I hero is llo   IiHIit Miir-
Tenders  for   License  to  cut   Timber  Shildrick,  rector.    Iln!>   I'leininnninn.   �����������,,,.,             ii , ,        ���,           i.  i-   i     ,i          ,e
���������'"��� iiitlll'r   Polish   In.'in   thl,.
on  Dominion   Lands  in the Province of British Columbia.
,'iiM..e.   :: ::u   \\ m ;   meeting  ot
>    I'. S C  Im  Immediately  after the
s   e in.; Matins, Sermon ll u, m . Sun    pvenlim  service
iliij     chool,  _.;il)  I'.iu. Catechism   Ini
i;,i:.;i,d   Hall,  corner   Sixth   ivetitu1
SEALED  TENDERS  n I Iressed    to
Sun n\  in motiili In church, Uvohhoii.    nnd   Nlulli  streel    llretililim ol   hreud
made, :iu<1 I he price is
about half what ol her
rust.
ly;
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110 pounds shall be
gl  188  OtltpUt,
\V, \v. CORY,
��� M.nl iter of I he In
. ���:   public iti -i
��� ml    will not I
FCRE5HORE   LEASES.
given that, 6
1 ��� i  Intend  to apply l i
Commissioner   of   Land
��� ., I* ��� ,.��� nt' the toresho
 mlng    nei milling   pur-
ll."   whole nf   '
.;' Indep* n lenl   Ba ���.
"it two miles s mth of I
I ' lan I, "ti the e i I
I   v mm and   tb iu   two
Kil lain Arm.
,.. .: -������    1907,
���'AM   MOODY,   !..     ������ ���
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LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
'I v\m \,i i'ii';; Lhat appl! i   ���
���,,.;���      .   . l
-'���..,.
i Tas Sale Dee I I mi I h Cor
��� ,    [he Disl ;. irn iby, ' i
irln_ d ite lb ���
h   I, d i;    if  March, A. D���  IH i!   ol  al
it  cerl iin   parcel   oi
land and  pi
!; in.  md   ' m     n the D of New
Wi   tmln ler. In I      I     ' ��   '
C il im: ila,     more     .artii ila
. , .j     rl    ! .       .':.;.
I 21        .....    m    '������   ���    I
:��� 1.
V .'i an 1 each ol     m an  iv     ������ ;i'
.  mi  i inti -'   the  ' l imm ���  of   Lhe
���     .urcha -      '���"
' ,e date ��� tirst publlcal  ���������������
if   liis notli ���.   tli I sh   I regl
.    mi, rem e Mar)  Eveleigh    - ownei
.   |��� fee,    And  l  hei   i;   direel
Is notice for thlr-
I        ...,.,        nbllsh-
���   x, n   Westminster wi I  be - lod
' . ..'������.:ienl  -���
,.,' ���; ai the Land Reg ��� i    Offlci
S-evv  Westminster, Province ol Bril
,   ;,, .;, this 25th da; o   \ .ril, A  D.,
c.   S.   KEITH,
hi Registra
T e   i.   A. Ba* ne, Es
. |,   .   . .,. served with i 'tl ���
claiming thi
.   any
Inte
���d all
ti ' '        ''
;. .i  imml   doner       Dominion Lands,    '; I  :' '��>��  '"   "'r:'"'  ���   '���'��� ;" ���  ,ulh ''"''>   s,,l"l'1>   :l1   "      ' :i: ���     s""lr
I,            ,,   of the Inti    ii   and inti rl, service at 9:!!o a.m. and D p.m. oxcopi school and Dibit* cln         , n     gotpel      w��   luve. too  ���>'���!  the  oth_        ise
n   ��� . ,,.,           render Un Tim ''" '"'rldny, when Evensong Is said nl address, i p.In ; prayer meel ng   Uri   ol.anlng   nsosstltlss,   such    is
.... i;.    :i x , -,;,     vvii| i,,. ,.,.,., jvrd al "'.DO.    Holy Communion over)  Thui ��� noHday, . p.m.                                        Poiioh, Qnollns, Om Ciii fto_p, M
(i,is Departmenl until 12 o'cloch noon dii)  nnd saint's day al S n.m     Choli Gospel Hall, Tenth sl eel   Beivlce*  hold Ammonlo, ste
. ,, Wednesday,  the . t i da;   of June, iiactlco on i''iid >> after Even mi:. i - a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunda;      hool
Ieen      tn cul   limber on st, Barnabas    Re\   C, \\   Houghlon ! 30 p.m                                                   _  ttt*rtf,     utrilif    \f'\"
���    N'o. .;i. i            Ing.lands  iltu .  .tor    llol)     Communion    S   a,  in., | Lutheran Church, Rev, li   \   Band,       ���*��������� ���*     Ilf illi     \l 3 0
;         ���   ���   ���   .   ..   H      li Colum lornlng prayer nnd lltliny, 11 a. m.; j pastor,    Servlno S     la             i ���   il
Kvi nin ��� ,  u ���"., , p in,,  Blblo cln   i, 2 ll o'clocl
Tlmbi       erth   No   ''',:.   toinprlslng i   ; Sunday school It p. m,: baptisms Ulue Mountain Scl        I            forth
Set     : - 27, 2S,  SU, III, anl  the  ICnsl .,11.��� t- Sunda)   school;   choir    practice, ,,,,,,     ���,,,,,
r.d :i_ In Town [.viday S p, m
,,..',    W,       ��� .   ' ie    Gl.ll
English   Wnhlim s,'.<v>
1 ���
i, in
s.ii al on   \ mm
St.     Paul .     Reformed     Bpl copal   ���   :;���.   .  |n,   |m),
Inn idi    Ret.   \   do   li   *'�� ' ;i,   i"' toi
Curtis' Drug Store
F. CRAKE
.���.     rovlno wo,  Hip  Sunday,   11   a.m. aud ^"^n ' i ' ' ' ^'"   '
i        crib nm       -     ii've   "i within  . s,.,���,,,     ,,,,���, ,     .,   ;���        , '   hhii.ui
,,,,I,.,,       ' . i     '' ..   ee  al    ��� i i
1""'   i   ... ��� :  Meeting on I hut   i w al , p.m
"ie    , i' in
one    ���        fl  ���   the dal
awardin    lhi    erth.
The regulation i  un ler whi* li  h  ii
I   will  be    i ��� ue I, al io    printed   '
fi : m of tender nnd envel ipe, nin) be
,,! tanled al this Departmenl or nl Ihe
offi . ,,' thi Ci"���'��� n ii:.. \i nl al
N'.,'   \V*  tmln ter,   B   C
$250 Reward
Ollvoi Bnptl ' ��� bun li Rev, _, I,
Rugg, i'i*. pastor im eai hlng on
9 in mi . nt ii n in,, an I al . p.m , S in
dn; si hool an I bible cl issi at 2 10
p in ; y.miii" Peoples meeting
Monday et imln i il ' p m ; Midweek
prayer  meeting nn  Wodnesda)   oven ,        Desertod    from    lhi
Eai     tender   mi       .ompanlod   ,���..,,,,,  ,:|    Morning sermon, "The      Woodford, nl  thi     F   i
l��> ���'������' accepted cheque on u chartered  (,|||m,i q| (jr)(];��� BVonJnR ^^ w|J,
'';"'l< I" '��vour of tli" Doput) ol  thc  ,���.,,���,,,,���,,,, ,,   ,,���. |(,.v   ,,   .,   ;;i,.tt
I    ;     Interior, fo rthe nin
1    .   ler o
ounl of ''n    " ii
....   |,rt,|,a    i    ,    iv r n a Hi' n ������
The highest i ' "       :   '  "������
i        ce ���������'.
.;,, lender    .   I   egrapb will I b en
Ine!.
PERLEY  0.   KEYES.
Bei re di
Departmi il of !   ��� Inte dor,
',-���   ������        V ,: ii   _    :'��� 17
i.i.   "I   I (III 'lln.
Queen's Avenue Metho Hi i    Rev, w.
If, Barraclough, B.A., pastor, Barvlcesl
it ii ii in  nnd v ',. in . Sunday sohool I
and    un le   Cln is   al    2:30    p,    tn,
,i'.ining 'iiiiiji'ii. "cIii'Ihi and the nu
turn ol  11 ue worship;" evening khi>
!*���* i. "ciirisi ibe Reviver," both sei
Satti i, .i i'Mii.im ti i
five fi el nin. I i
sallow complexion
stoop in  ihoul i ���
overalls   w hen   las
abovo i"�� i"l will be    ild b;
captain of the B 8, w������"
anyone giving Informntli ���
t  .   . .      . |12,75 up
I
���e...   7,.    '
1
casi    t   50
.gent for th*
.rctlc 1 '
Chain Min
Watt h   repal
,11 ni,, ni' ih" wi las nn topics in "esi'tii
by i'IiiImi in audiences of one
 ���       VVosi I'i'i'l M*'iii'iiil��i    Rev, Mr. Ma-
gee, pastor.   8ervtp*s, 11 n.tn. auj 7
j    Hi"    ip]       nsion   of   I
Chinaman.
SECOND-HAND JUNK STDREi
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Cl!**-U   ".'.!.���
W_kl.T<ln_t��r    _ C.
Bapperton    Methodists ��� Rev.   L.
Thomas, pastor.   Sunday ser vires, 11
.'mui. mui 7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:80
p.m.I I'm1 '        League, Mon 1 1
evening sei
st An . J. BtGBlE STREET
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES.
P1wbb2M:
SPROTT-SHAW I
BUSINESS INSTITUTE    j
LIMITED. 1
336 Hastings SI   W . Vancouver.   }
Bookkeeping, G   >gg em 1 I'l'tnin   I
Bhorthan I ! h;    in 1 Ku-   1
glneerln..
t
5efen  Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in  Demand.
R. I. SP3W, B. A��� Primi?]!  |
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THE  DAILY   XEWS.
SAT u
RDAY
May,,
I
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.
STROMBOU GROWLS
ALARMING PEASANTS
Keep the Flies Away
r<-^njj��,����.-__M_��__  ..."   '   'Qrt *f
m
S*��SM4\m\
^11
VOLCANIC ERUPTION FEARED���
FAITHFUL FLOCK TO PRAY FOR
PROTECTION   IN  CHURCHES.
rFARM FOR SALE-)
In tine location; 20 acres cleared; house worth
$2,000; barn 65x90; other good buildings, all
new; good bearing orchard; first-class water;
school and post office.
Price,
$4,500
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTEff
Messina, Sicily. May 10.���The eruption of Mi. Stroniboli was more violent yesterday anel apprehension is
i_.OY.ing. The violence of the present
disturbance is declared to i*1 without
precedent, even the oldest inhba
ni the Lipari islands nol remembei Ing
such a threatening condition. Almosl
all of the inhabitants of Stromboli island have made their ��� .cap*. Ashi -
from iii*' volcano have it si rove i
everything on the island.
The detonati* ns i . ��� ard a I all I h*
| other islands of the group with i ��� ���
raarkable distinctness an I pi oduc* an
��� ffeel of terrific i oai lng, Fean an
held that the entir* island ol Sti om-
oll may be engulfi I. At the sam*
time ihe- activity of Mt. Etna * n the
eastern coasl of Sicily has incn as* d.
The column -���: smoke r* lling oul * :'
the creater serv* - to fleel the fir*
within and the clouds can 1"' seen from
the Si raits of Messina.
People living in the vicinity of Mt.
Etna nre panic-stricken. They are
flocking to th. churches to pray for
intercession  and  protection.
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P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
SPECIAL OFFER.���A Cook Book with every  Monarch  Range sold before
the 15th of May.
The "Stt_y Satisfactory" Range
"An abundanccof not water,"
says the Monarch man, "is
quickly obtained and easily
J.* ; t because of thc very large
h< ating surface of the Monarch
pin extension water front. It
is located on the left side of
the fire box and docs not inter-
fere in the least with the per
feet working of the ov.n."
BRYSON  &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.    Te!. 65
i_r Agents for "KLENO." "M
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Have Just Arrived
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FOR SALE BY
J. MACKAY y CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
Funeral of Mrs. F. Boutilier.
A large number of sorrowing fri mds
;eiii! relatives followed the mortal remains of the late Mrs, Frank Boutilier to their last resting placi yesterday
afternoon, the numl e r i r* si nt I ing
em eloquent testimony to thi high
esteem in which the deceased lady
was held. The I mmm::! service was
conducted by the Rev. A. Shildrick
at ;h< Holy Trinity cathedral, after
which the cortage wend* i its way to
the Church of England cemeterj at
Sapperton, where the body was consigned tee the grave. The pai] bearers
I were: G, O. Boutilier, Henry Kerr,
Harry Kerr, Joseph Cook, (Vancouver), Maxwell Sinclair and L Dauphinee. A large number cf floral
tokens of sympathy were laid on the
coffin, many of tie" n i aths and spra} s
coming from Vancouver, where the' deceased lady had a lar? In le of
rien Is. Among th* si �� h i sent flowers were: Mr. and Mrs. Curtis, Mr
and Mrs. T. J. Cosens, (Vancouver),
Mr. and .Mrs. J. R. Fortune and family, sprays; Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Peters,
Air. and Mrs. G F. ii mtillier (Halifax)
n reaths; Mr and Mrs. W. Dauj hin e,
fSt, Margaret's Bay, X. S.) Hermon
:'' . Annie K<-:r, Mr, and Mrs. Wellington Miller, Mrs. .'.. Hill (Vancouver), Mi.-s Lilly Wilson (Vancouver).
Mr. e-.nd .Mrs. Baril Ga; ne, Mr, and
Mis. McMartin, Mr. an 1 Mrs. M.
Matheson, Ra; Cool ��� . ��� Vani luver I,
Mr. and Mrs. Fitzg aid, Mrs. Sang-
ster, Mr, and Miss .'-Iii: hea ;. Mr. ai
Mrs. .'. A. Montgom* ry, Mr ai I Vli
��� McPherson, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cr - i,
William Cross, Mr. : nd M S, G.
ly, Mr. and Mrs. R* Ich* nbach, Mr.
and Mrs. W, Barke - ays; R, r.
McKay, brothi rs an I sisters. G. O.
':��� itilii .. Mr, : nd Mrs. E, .1. Fa ler,
Mr, and Mrs. .!. Cook I Vancouver),
wreaths;  Mrs. and Miss Ash by, cross
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Anderson & Lusby
Absolute Accuracy
in Dispensing
is  a special feature here.
Your  doctor  knows   whal
Quantities and materials to
put  in your   prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your doctor orders.    Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed by scales
and measures   proved accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest
to  have   your   prescriptions
filled by us.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
For Women
and
Children
We not only show the general styles   in  femin ne  ie^w
we sre constantly in touch with.the  millinery centi"-   j.j
ona are n,
to   procure  any  novelties   wnich  may  be   proauced
vances.
We will esteem  it a  favor t.  be allowed  to  \
j - -e   0U
ideas   in   the   millinery  department.
WE ARE SHOWING  NEW  ARRIVALS  IN
Women s Ready]
to-Wear Shapel
In great variety of styles.    Price   from, each $1.50 to $3.00.
Women's Trimmed Hats
In      les direel  from leading fashion   centr*
style   desired, produced by our experienced stafl j
ro* u       Two dollars is a low price  for  trimn
there.   Vour choice ol Bbape and trimming
mosl any price within your reach.
New Sailors and Boaters
in the new shapes are now In stock.   Each, $1.00 to .. "
Duck and Leather Boating or Walkng Caps, each 75c to $1.00,
FLOWERS AND FOLIAGE In great variety  vi*   ��� |
ers in appearance.   They lack the beautiful perfume i
bul they are certainly more durable for trimming,   Our in        )
menl which has jusi arrived offers a choic*  si lei
linery buyers.
Ellard Block,
New  Westminster
FISHING
TACKLE
Sporting   Goods
Toys, Dolls
Women's
Shirtwaist
Suits and
Blouses
Clothing at extremely
low prices.
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CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8  A. M.    TO    11   P.M. As Usual
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ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEWS
um
Street
Full sized lot, street on
three sides, opposite the
Bank of Montreal.
Price $12,500
Terms, $5,000 cash, balance to arrange.
Columbia and
Clarkson Streets
1 lot, double frontage,
66x132ft.; 2 lots with
factory thereon.   Three
lots in all,
Price $12,500.
good terms.
This property is situated
between Bank of Montreal and Guichon Hotel
opposite city market.
Libit**
Our w ish Suil  S   li - are ci   led  from   the mosl
Iced costum* eing produced In   | o] i ||
:  ���        ���    I " ��� d ir customers al mosl rensoi
Women's Shirtwaist Suits
���'     '-'��� " each.    A api .;. I    ��� ���   -his. men!" of blue I
and v     .  . Ingham     V   i will wonder how  they an "
m :"       Saturda; . i .. h,   $_.0C.
wash suits elored   prints,    white
muslins, plcqni .'tie1 Dther pleasing styles,   Each, $3.50, j ,00, $5,001 |
$9.50.
LUSTRE SHIRTWAIST SUITS In cr*   .  . navj .
$10.50 to $16.50.
MANY NEW LINES OF  BLOI SES HAVE   -BH  ���
This wi eh we n erial si iwing ol    ; ��� i
i   ��� i  Blouses from 50c un.
J. HENLEY
Manufai turer <.f
Mineral V/aiers, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
fei. 113. Office,  Eighth Street,
NEV.    WESTMINSTER.   P.   C.
i
500 Corrfs of Tan Barli Wanted
At. thc
Fraser River Tannery
W.S. COLLISTER & Co
I 247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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WHAT IS
Highest Cash Price Paid
W    Oa
HORSE-SHOEING
Thoroughly Reliable, Expeditiously
Finished,    Besf of Workmanship.    |j
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_.;,J'H. M. HNUTSON'S, ��� 8iii Sf.
to raise good Btock is good PEED,   We keep the besl and th
besl only.   Make ymir chickens lay ley giving them       : :"
Strengthen your live stook  by  building up  bone and ra,,scl
and use. CA11NEFAC.
LAiDIES have you tried the Pastry Flour made by lhe E
Milling Company,   if not Telephone 333 afld try ���'���      '   '   '
obtained  -.u-e excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. Telephone333,

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