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 WHFTE, SHILES & CO
Real Estate
See Page 4.
TELEPHONE 85
VA.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Fire Insurance
VOLUME 2, NUMBER in
See Page 4.
TELEPHONE 85
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PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD
MEETS IN SESSION
Much Business  is Transacted During First Day's Sitting
Necessity   of   Working   Among    Local   Heathens
Urged   Upon   Body    Indian   Superintendent Needed. ��   .
VV WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1907
1" CENTS PER WEEK
OKANAGAN  RANCH SOLD.
HELLO  GIRLS   CALL
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Telephone  Operators Threaten   Strike   Purchased by Bl^Tsyndicate-Paid   PRINCE    RUPERT   IS
���They   vVant  More   Money. ��7_.0." fn,   d /*-'
'��� *' L.._. _   tor    Pre ,i ty
C/7T OF DEEP SILENCE
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Absolutely Nothing Doing At Site of  Future Metropolis of
the   North    Provincial   Government's   Hostility
Responsible   For   Cessation   of
Activity.
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and len : e
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T tied Englishman Arrested.
were drawn
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_^^^_____j I'll is stated that it is nnv*    ome il                                         n  who it  was \-
I    ie the i   de r wenl  forth I   -      iei -I-                 �� inld  have    e* d   al   v irl ��� u
and  all    building  op eiati                       -of-way tlurln           su -r,
.]     Pr*   Ion    to tha     in      hii   -     i: J  thi   ceasing of all   ' ork   can be
Irl; lively at Prince Rupert,   i     ting   : ss   than   an  indication   thai
buildings.      some     of  ;              ol carrying out any wo   . on
: lilvi ... al ' ba
Idings       lome     of: i lea ol carrj ing oul any v. ���       n
Ma    as, Hay 2.���Sir George Gough      ,      ...               ize, bad    een ereel Ine from the coast this sui       i
'������   ������  of  the   firm   of Ar-   , ;     . |     .       itions wer*    inder n   ' een    bandoned.    To carrj     oul
cil         'i.'is*    ���                                manj  more   Largi the work withoul providing any sh :   .
-'    -���'     len    .-���     Co.,             -;.                 ...    a \ eemenl wen lhe   hundreds of  men   who   -     Id
:.-���   ���-. m                                       ly foi   tli    builders,      d ���     ngaged, would  be impossible, nnd
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e now famous let-                                                                 I j mills for tl       inds of fei hich tin   lotel was planned, there is
Ith th'      '.."':���,.;,.....   thai  , il the  e i rde ri         ��� none.
" '    '       I ye-terday fo     'l            ���           Co.     He v       refused    ieen  cancelled and that tl     su fust what the reason foi
ographer He:d fcr Trial.
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iii nd In ut.   Thi
  ...^ .caouu i,,i thi  ce ss i-
of building  material on ban1 are  :.<--   tioa of all operations on the part of the
ii     lefi   intouched. Grand Trunk Pacific may be, no defi-
the fi;        -   ine, ISO ie-.. e       The        ��� it  for the b illding ol statement  bas  I e n
:hni" '    ' Ight   to  be honest | hie  hntpl ,       , ���       , - ~        ....,,..������,.������.
. V   ' .  ' "/  PlIowed   t0   :";'  understood, however, that il has agood
made,    it is
.���.....,. lh sme-i iiiueiii  in  respei
ha'e ii in running order by July. Tb'    lo  thi   purchase of the  Digb:   Islan
���    m.      ecelvinglordei  has gone forth to stop ; II wo --   .    from  the Tsimpsean [ndian
[on   i;.  and despite  tli.-   .  cl The    ill way company, it is stated, bli
Al ���     ��� ess, tin    Re        I.     .   contra t bas b*   n  lei  to the    I'nion  terlj resented the plea of the provinc
! " THoe of Levi was 11 , ... .    g .,...,),   &  Consti-notlnr, r ���,.   -.��� -  '	
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ivenei.  Dr. Campbell
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idustrlal  school  ai -'!  ���' ' ceil    In
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Chinese Is not i  tin ...     lie     liffereni
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i1(] | tion  bid ii       nun       I n
erles     In     \       e chief cause e
���,.   ton,   \i �����   'he  nbaeiici       I   ������ Imii
��� 'Hile \ -. i sironi! nn :   'ls,d ciiiiseil conslde       i none}
, i    ,,      (V, 'l(,i-.   :" lhe chin' h us   ive)]        i ich  trou-
liini  ,. ihere  i:  ex-   ''''' ,IM|'  |0X-'' ' '���'      ' '' '""
111 on �� hen tin   moi lon for adjoin n-
nrlal   aid   be   given   il   wM   "-'   i;l '"'der.    The matter w
ii   renting of prem-   '"' ,;|L"" "'' : '"' ,i":l"" settlei1 ��� '
��������� .    in   ib"   above '���
��� and such other   places      Al the evening session the Rev Dr
may he started. Lyle ol Hamilton, the Assembly's con-
  	
:   entirel '.    The  hotel  was te. have cost  deal i.i do with the hostile position of
11      ''    -" ''        ' '  ''������    ���"   " training     . , . .���      :. ,   i(   had   been   planned  to  th.   provincial governmenl  in  respect
themselves and hon-j for tl deserve something [have ll In running order by July. Th-    to   thi   purchase  of the  Digby  island
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  ^^^_^^^_^^^^^^^  Iel   ���  the    I'nioii   teH :<'sent,d tiie I a of tbe jirovi
nod,  Supplj   & Construction Co., anl   arge   for the reversionary rights, and is in
��� '.   Lyle'i   earnest   quantities of    building material    had   'evenge  postponing    all   constru Hon
been rushed  t'i the spot, activit;   hi     work   until  ibe- lasl   moment  possible
is in th,       -   been entirely suspended. under lhe contract.
���     '     5 wfpEs our     imm suggests
CHINESE QUARTER IMPERIAL \M
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cumberland    chinatown
ccm:e_   roarin     fu   - '
and     .  -   -  :
ONE   BUILDING   SAVED.
be- premier believes   that   gov-
:e���       ernment   might   subsidize
"^ll red route.''
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disastrous   con-.tl]" Canadian Premier, al the Coloni.^
Conference   yesterday,   specially   -   .
hisl iry    Tuesda; ,  .        . , , .    ,. -,l-^-
gesti .1 Imperial   steamship  line .
,!)'   Il!:::    twei a England and ''.mm.ila,   .v'��
wn i      - ...  ier   One,    i omprisin .     la and Austi ilia, n lu ' ....   ���
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I. .                  ���  '''  native Chinese   vener  of augmentation    spoke.    The
l'n,l'lo,ved  in dn work doctor was given n l rty welcome bj
'��� "���" countrymen. the synod,
I'i'lcil |, ,!'!,' htiildings  lie pro-     In his address ibe- doctor evidenced
"tt Chinese    mission bis grasp of lhe whole subjeel and his
Th|J     "''" llnd Vancouver
i -,|( s_____________________________________________| !ivm!.\' ihai ib-.
Ii i 'odcrnl governmenl be partmenl   of  the  church's work.    He
" llll! sranl tee which said   in   part   Ihul   something   like  a
'���  'i '' is entitled. mild crisis wns upon Ihe church, An
Cotnlltioils      ''"'   '"'  IIIMl1'' Into  the importanl   step  In  augmentation  was
"ll"    of    the    Indian taken nnd at the < nd of the year tho
"'   '    Coast,    among committee found Itself In (hi  sad pre- I
"'"  work  i, said  in bo ilii.'iMH'iii   nf Imm. In    I e Ii ssen  _  i
"'w of stnrtlng  work  Ti asi had sh   i nobly to this work
'I no  much b .d nol   I cen done  b;   lh
"-rubles  for forel -a  onst,     Hit    II   ��   i   evldenl   thai   11 --
'" nsked lo make   ,v* I i -   : rt,   Easl nn :
��� ' :   " and    .... stores,  from   England to   \ ist.,
�����������*.       hou        '  . '    :i-' '      '
;.-���'-' ' .     . an . in ...
6Sll'0yed
, "   '       '     ""   ':';    :i'
"      e Fran        ,. to the  "all- , "   r
    -' "    '  '    ��   ��� and  Vancouver
  '''     'arm  was quid h   gi,   .,       Tin       ,      ���������
bui     -,. ,   ,.:,,   iggestlon  thrown  oui
__,_���-.. i L_
' '���   ,ags '        '   '  ���'* ���       ���     olonies .,  quid  , '
��    '-      '';-.      -        ,,efe,,nt,a   trea!   'eat
'    ' '' ��� '      li       ���        ���     .    ,,"
���   ^gland  and    I     ���     ,
1     '   '   ' co les,  is  being     i    ;    ,
e"   '        m   .  red by the C
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one,   .    ��� I.
.Me. ���    d Chinese i
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Igin i
linown.
SEYMOUR   ARM   MINES
Would   Bond  Shusw.ip    Lake     Mininrj
Claims   if  Report   is Favorable.
-. thus   living   -ii Indh a
lo the ( olonii b,    Tl	
n i*ii   the   '. .    in ent,
1   ���   .        oln     iut  that th      British
���        .. en     n lllli as  of
In A frica, and thi his schi me I he
i- gitimate form of preference ��' ��� h
the colonies are entitled to expect,
Barnacle  Growth.
A splendid specimen of the barnacle
^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^M growth,   which   impedes   Ibe'
Arms:i.i!'.:..   Maj   2. -C,   Perry   wis of ships after they bave been in salt
here   thi    wee     conferring  with   the water i'ur some time, was given to !���'.
owners  ol   the Cotton    Bell    mining C. Meyers yesterdaj  by the bargeman
..;., riy ai Seymour Arm. Lake Sims-   on  the (!.  X. R,  freighl   carrier S.mI-
He has male a  proposition of  ney.    The   barnacle   was   picked   up
mil; over the prop rty on    a  cash   outside  Vancouver Island  by the AJtl
, provldi I an experl whom he is   Vfaru,   the Japanese   boat
; Inging from England  ������*���
'   "   ���' '        ''   ������ . !���'���   g
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erhood of $100,000, ; encrusted    growth    surrounds    about
  fifty   live   shell   fish,   wbicb   are    ap-
King Visits President. parently imprisoned  in   the barn   tie
i,   \i iy 2.    King    Edward    and Mr. Meyers Intends to keep iho curl-
lenl   Falleries  exchanged  visits oslty, and will endeavor to keep the
The Interview at  the  Elysee fish alive by placing them In sail wa-
;   l..i e lasl   I fori    five     : uites, tei ��� -"*psy*.
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STEVESTON FORMS
CITIZENS' HAGUE
filers
SALMON METROPOLIS DECIDES
TO MAKE ITS CLAIMS KNOWN
TO  OUTSIDE WORLD.
The
Philosophy
J      Last night an enthusiastic meeting
}   was held at  the court house, Steves-
ton when ii was  unanimouslj   agreed
I that a citizens' league should be form-
[erd in Steveston.   The following execu-    ^_��
tive was appointed: f
B. Hunt, president; .1. .1. Wilson, ���
firsl vice president; S, Traynor, second \ ice president; ��� l��. K. Stei le,
treasurer; P, S. Falkner, secretary;
committee; W. Burton, .1. L. Conway,
W. McCall, .1. O'Neil, M. Morrison, J.
Marshall, A. Wagner, li. Murray and
A. II. Westcott.
The town bas fell for some time ;lia
outside capita] has noi realized Its
advantages, and the league will therefore endeavor to encourage local In-
dustri, and pi ice .... mm .. i he public the
advantage of the- river and gulf front-
:i- ��� tm factor}' and mill tites, etc,
and ill-- rich orchard lands of l.ulu
island, destined to : ecome the fruit,
���> 'getable and poulti-} f irm for the
Vancouver mai ket.
li wil! also co-operate wil h 11, .:;. I* - '
lng commissioners to have Steveslon
included b} the new dyke now being constructed, and aim al the Incorporation of the town, as sion as
circumstances will permit. Persons
desiring information aboul Lulu islan.1
would do well i" communicate with the
secretary.
On and After
Trains & Stea
CP.R.  MAIN  LIN_
Leave X. VV. ]:,. i���    ,
CP.R. MISSION BRAJ
\ 15.60.
C.P.R    WESTMINSTER   ���-
Leave X. W   8.30, in::- _'     '
Arrive N. W. 9.35, I
GREAT NORTHERN l>wi-,- '
Lv. X. w. 9.20 a.m ��� ���     ''lluA.
Lv.N.W.4.35pai'aar.-SSere4n
p.m.
'-1' i -"  N.  W,   S.30;   ar. s
I e .-. .��� Seat'!,,  i:';; ,
le �� P.m.
May 13th the annual subscription to the Daily News,
together with the handsome premium book, will be
 : raised to $4.00	
Very many have taken advantage of the offer of $3.00; and for TWO WEEKS
LONGER we will take subscriptions at this rate, viz: One year's subscription,
together with one of   the cloth-bound novels enumerated below  for   $3.00.
is Is Your Opportunity
to obtain The Daily News containing all the latest information, delivered
for one year at your house, before breakfast, for $3.00.
��
Annual   Meeting. y
The official   board of iii"    Queen's :'|
Avenue   Methodisi   church     held   the   "
forty-eighth  annual   meeting    in   the
vestrj room Wednesday evening.    Ke-
. I'i?   i__       (ports   from   the   various   departments
J\JC\   anaiySIS Ol    tne   were   received   and   much   important
1     , ��� i      i business transacted, everything tend-
relations   between ins , show ma. ��� ���,.,.��� ������,��,,���>
tiie   mail,   Hie  WOni-   (oa   closei    Th,      riniincia!     reports
CIT. 9.1.1 fllP 111 1 ff'VlP"P showe(1 a lll,s satisfactory s������ ;,- of -
clll dllU LIIC UULLI1C1 affairs. Tne ,,���al amount of collections for the year were $2,43$ The
Sunday school reports were must encouraging, 500 volumes are in iho
III r ir\. and o\ ��� ;��� ."'in lesson h* las. and
i large and Increasing atti n lan* * The
elect ion of Professor A. E. Eth* ring-
ton as ' resid* nl of Hie- Epworth
I ig ii was app "��� e I. Membi rs* ee1'
Hi In board iiresenl were as follows:
Rev. W. II. Barraclough in the chair;
I-'. i ). Canfiel I, , ecording steward;
-���.-.  C. J.  Robson, T   R, Pearson,
..'i   i  .1   i'.im :' Smilh,  John A.
I.i -..   II.   M.   Mai shall,  .1.   M.   Ki any:
i- - I  in* - C. C. I'i hi r. F  O   C infie Id,
Rev, iM, Si iprell.
The   stew a.i-  for    this    : ear    v. ��� '.
as follows:   !���'. O. Canfield, re-
.  ;:   .. .- eward;  C. J. Robson, treasurer,  and envelope    stewards,    John
John A.  Lee, T. K   Pearson, J.
\I. Kenny and .1. Carter Smith,
The books are handsomely bound in cloth, a splendid addition to any library;
to see them is to want them.
LIST   OP   BOOKS
a domestic problem
practically solved
at
Wc no difl
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Will b*  received by th ��� undersigned
I Sth Ma
miction Iwellli '
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i *^_________________^___H_________________________
Abbe Constantin���Halevy.
Adam   Bede���George   Eliot
Aesop's Fables���
Alhambra���Irving.
Alice in Wonderland���Carroll
Andersen's Fairy Tales���Andersen
Arabian   Nights   Entertainments���
Ardath���Corelli
Cast up by The Sea���Baker
Children   of Abbey -Roche
Child's History of England��� Dick-
ens.
Data of Ethics���Spencer.
Oavid Copperfield���Hiem.'.i.-:.
Deemster���Caine.
Deerslayer   -Ceio;,"
Descent of  Man���Darwin.
Dombey & Son���Dickens.
East Lynne���Woo 1.
Emerson's   Essays���Emerson.
Fifteen Decisive Battles���Creasy
First Violin���Fothei gill.
Green Mountain Boys���Thornps m
Grimm's Fairy Tales-
Grimm's    Household   Tales���
Gulliver's  Travels- Swift.
Guy Mannering    Si  il
Handy Andy���Lover.
Heir of Redclyffe���Vonge,
Henry Esmond ���Thackery.
Heroes and Hero Worship���Carlyle.
Hiawatha and Eva.igelme���Longfellow
House of the Seven G���bles -Hawthorne.
Hypatia    Kingsley"
It's Never too Late to Mend ���
Rea le
John Halifax. Gentleman���Mulock.
K en i I worth���Scott.
Lamplighter-���- Cummins,
Last Days of Pompeii    1.. Hon.
Last of the  Mohicans    Cooper
Lorna Doone -Blackmore.
Luclle���Meri lith
Meddlemarch Eliot.
Mill on the Floss���Eliot.
Mosses From an Old Manse���
Hawthorne.
Natur_l Lav/ in the Spiritual
World- 'Drummon I.
Newcomes    Th u ki
Nicholas  Nickelby���Dickens
Old Curiosity Shop���Dicken
Oliver Twist���Dickens.
On the Heights    Anel lach
Origin of Species    Darwin
Our Mutual   Friend���Die
Pathfinder���i',, ���
Pilgrim's   Progress���Bun   an.
Prairie���' looper.
Prince of the House of David���
Ingraham.
Rob.."son   Cruse-
Rob   Roy     Scott.
Rotnance of Two Worlds    Corelli
Romola     I.
Scottish Chiefs���i'
Sign of the Four���i * i
Silas  Marner    Ell
Silence of Deane  M.ntland    Clrey.
Sketch   Book���In  :
Story     of     an     African     Farm���
Si hrelner.
Study in Scarlet    I lo; le.
Swiss Family  Robinson     Wj
Tale  of Two  Cities.     ! lie
Talisman     Scott.
Tanglewood   Tales���I i iwtll > lie
Thaddeus  of Warsaw     "
Three  Men in a Boat���Jei en -
Three   Musketeers���Du   .
Tom   Brown  at  Oxford     Hugl
Tom      Brown's      School      Days���
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Treasure   Island    Steven
Uncle Tom's Cabin      ;
Under Two  Flags���Ouida.
Vanity   Fair    Thai
Vicar of  Wakefield���Goldsmith
Westward Ho    Kin     ��� . .
White   Compiny
Window in Thrun s, A     Bai
Wonder   Book.  A ���
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^ N. W. 3 p. m. iftSYS
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and <���,
Lv. N. W. 9:35 a.m.; ar. Gulch
2.2b p.m. UU3
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. .\ w
8:45 p m. and 6 p. ni.
MondayB only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER
Lv.   .New   Westminster  5.50   650 1
and 8 a. m��� ami ev.ry hair hour th��-
after till 11 p. m. f
Lv.  Vancouver  Tor Westminster
.lime hours. " '
Fraser River and Gulf
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M_!rry    13.   Linton
PRESENTS
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British   Columbia  Coa.t Lint
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TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast  Line Servic
ALASKA ROUTE.
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Prim es   M      	
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VANCOUVER Vli  I'i
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Leaves  Vlcl - la   .
VIClORIA-SEATI
PRINI iISS BEA   i:i '
Lea\ i- - Vici u la  :
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VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
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Leav*      Vici iria
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VANCOUVER N AN Al M 0 RC   ';
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Leaves Steve    on M
Wedne idaj. I'hui   la.i
7 n. in.;  Friday al C
trip Saturday r.  p, tn,
UPPER  FRASER  R     '-''  R��U,��I
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Leaves  New   We
Mondays, We Inesd iya I
Leaves ( hllllwack 7 a.
| a granger in iov
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I A   Roaring  Fa - e  Fille i  With
J I.an: lit* I'   aial   M i   Ic.
I A  ! elutel;   ii Gil iran oi      Vttrii
I Prices,  $1.00,  75c  and  -de;  rjallcry.
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lan lings   '.,.���' ��������� een   N��������   ^''""
and Chilli wai k.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver i'
and   10th  of each   m ).-
Skid,'Kain on flrsl trip . \ 1
on second trip. Time on arrl      I
leparturo are approxln
For   reservations  and
call or ihlilre.ss
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YET   SETTLED���ASSIZES    CONTINUE  TODAY.
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The Corporation of the City of
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Will Offer For Sale by Public Auction, on
Saturday, May   18th.
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ABOUT 200  LOIS
RESII ENTIAL LOCATIONS. FACTORY;
NDUSTRIA1     Tl '��� -     ...... '���	
.    s INDEFEASIBL1 the taxe   ire *
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the exacl    eai a< h lol
he CIT1 BALL, and
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PERMS 01  SAL!    W ���   '���        ������������  n * months at 6 per cent.
N, R McQUARRIE,
City Treasurer.
I hr Canadian Hank oi Commerce
Paid-up Capital. $10,000,00.).      Reserve Fund. $5,000,000
HEAD   Of". ICE,  TORONTO,
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45   MILLIONS
THAT  IS  VOUR  SECURITY
tt HEN   Vim'   BANK   WIT]
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Spokane  ... . .15 p rn
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS  0\ ER
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45,000,000
tor*   .       ir tii
F.  S.  LYLE,   Mm;;? ser.
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
V?_ne;/_ctt.r. r.-: m..' Deulers  in  All Kiml'.  'it
1 ���'-���'     '.   Lath,   Shingles,   Moulding?,   Sash.,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
L.~..ge Stock Plain und Fancy Gi-s��.
\RMERS ATTENTION!
!        er Always in Stock for I en< ing and Draining.
Ro-al City Branch, Columbia St
phone 12. '"'w Westminstei
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
ghl   11ains  ' verv Daj  in th<   \ ���
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Minneapolis, Sl. Pan!
and Chicago
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NEW WESTMINBTEH  BRANCH    H   ���    DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVE;    VGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
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Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
.. ill the principal business centers of
- . vivid. QtJEBEC and  the MARITIME l'i:"\ fNCES.
_lao I** BUFFALO, s '      YORl. and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Palls.
Por Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VA-X.
. A.ssistrtiit Qen'l Passenger und Ticket
A*_en��, 136 Adams ___.. Chicago, 111.
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Alm�� Rple  end   Coconut  Cream.
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��� i.   Vancouver;     Gor lon
-   dngs, Calgary;   ft.   w.  Gilmour,
. am ouver;  G.  H.  M irks, Detroit;  C.
Fland, Vancou i
Windsor VT. .rbnthnot, Vancouver;
R. M Miliar, Orlllia, Cai.; (.'. Tanner,
Chiiliwack; 0. W. Acton, Vancouver;
Mi*. I-'. J, toughen, Kamloops; J.
('.me.'. Haney; J. K. Clark and wife,
Serpentine; I-:. Hopkins, \v..i. Boughen
Valley Rivei
Colonial���F,   .1.   L.   Tytler,  L,   Mc-
I ean,  R.  L.  Robertson, Marry Co
Vancouver;   I..   II.   Briggi .   End*
n.   M.  Robertson,   Vancouver;   J,  D,
Robertson, Tynehead.
OLD  COUNTRY  WATER-
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 and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEWS
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily New-  Pub-
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
KIDNAPPER RUNS       ;
AT SIGHT OE PISTOL
llshing   Compan.    Limited, never cakes.  The sparkling crystals
ofl          cornei   ol   Sixth   and   Kroal j;rep Jiy an,j fu!l-sav_ured lo l!ic
streets, N'ew Westminster, B. C. i  _    /-v                       ���. i
  last.    Ut course you use it I
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E.   A.  Paige Manager
, ���       BELLINGHAM       WOMAN      SCARES
ADVERTISING   RATES. ..    ,j...   :,.,,ts   wjj]    ��� ���,   ,,,   their   nun         STRANGER   WHO   WAS   STEAL-
Transient   display   advertising,   10 ,,,,.,;.,.;.,,,  for sense  and  _ajrness.
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines  -o ing  LITTLE GIRL,
the   inch.     Five   cents   per  line   for Like mosl   things,  the  Incidenl   has
subsequent  insertions. 'is    Funny    side.      The    Columbian,	
cenulef ff&JSJ _r��_3_-_2  "","" ?*'  ��* M��  "T    ff     '*��"*"����'���  *��*  ��-*   the   poi,,,   bloc
10 cents per line and l)reaches ���'  sernion "!1 ""' dutlea   ot   a   pistol   Mrs.   George Jenkins   of  $1-000:   JI
For   time   contracts,   special   posi-.of ministers; the making of sermons;   tWg  city made an  unidentified     man  years.
Lots of Money in Buildin
Houses, but you need such Lots
as these to build on:
$1000
illl   col'   ..
_ Full size lots, on Belinom street, facing  south, , I ..... i ,
$350 each, with terms.
Kiel      ll"' ui * 1,     1 ,.     ,
, .,, ! I   Full size lot, close to mmIi streel  on Seventh avenue   .     ;
ni. li.  balance  In   -   1-2   I lots, close to Columbia street, In Sapperton,  facing
for $125 each.
tions, apply to advertising manager. and   the   interpretation   ot   the   com- ,���       ,,,,,��� ���, u,    8_>-eai..old   ���
Notices    -.I    births,   marriages   o mandment8. We are afraid its exegetic VIvptl-   ,.,,   .,, .   ,,,���.,,������     i   ..    ,, <&1300
deaths,  50c.     Wants,   for sales,  losl .Mjrtie   uay,  tne   daughtei   ol   D.   I. ���pio-'i.
or found, rooms to let, etc.. one cenl :mi1 ��"")1<lf'iin  efforts   are even   more |)]V    m   Indian   street,  and   take   to      Small cottage    In    Si
per   word.     No  advertisement  taken absurd  than  its political    arguments, ,lR, WO(uls ia (ink,i. ,,,,���,. his life cleared and In fruit. Price $1300; $250
for less than 25 rents. and thai  is saying a good deal.
in lots on Twelfth street, car line, for $2-100; $600 cai
II   2 lots  facing south, on Fourth avenue, Third  street,  nil   < |.
each.
The stranger,  who Is  described  as cash, balance on monthjv payments.      2  lots een  Queen's  avenue,   very close' to Queen's Pari ������
well dn sse.i. picked up the girl, who |	
Day Office  A22 snuND   economics. was playing in the street, and started  $1500
Night Office   B22      The Toronto Globe uses the showing   '" (;in'.v lier in the direction of Nor-      A new  ���"  room eotta. 'olun   i
 - of the-British    budget  and    trade re-   m;''   lli'1' which  Is  heavily  wooded.     street, all modern conveniences. I'm
.  . _-___, turn.-, as n texl for a little chaffing of      The child's screams   ittracted atten-   $1500;  I Tins eas 248 Columbia St.,  NEW WESTMINSTER, B C
Phone  335 l��. o.
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TELEPHONES.
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HALE & LANE, Real Estate Ag
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the "protective" faddists.    It says: ;i '"��� and a  number ol  women rushed	
"British  trade, like   Charles  ll.. is lnto ,l:<' street.    Mrs. .ien:.ins. seeing $1250
an unconscionable long time In dying ;1"' acl   fl'��m  a   window,  grabbed   up     5 room cottage on Kean   .-ir- '. '
Al  stated intervals we    are told that '"���'' husband's  pistol and    started   to in lawn, cottage in Al condition   Price
the end  is al  hand.       Germany, the Sive  chase     Seeing   'he.  weapon   and $1250.
t'nited States, or some other aspiring :   -:ilu   ;l"   woman   would  shoot,  the ���
,������, |   ih,  absence ,      ,  rival Is jus, aboul    te, seize the com- -���'��  dropped   the   child   md   took   to $3150
the official report on British Columbia    ���ia]  see.,,,-,.,    but  when  th*.  date l!"    lmi8h*   making  good   his   escu   -      ,\  k���-n .1 room i ettas*   on   .gnes
fisheries,  published    b.\   the   McBride  lix'''1   arrives   this   provoking   disciple -N"  trace "'' ,llnl  h'ls   l,l'''n lllllI1d   hy street,    with    modern    conveniences,
government,  of an)   reference  to the of free ",ade is found to have far out- the l'"��ce.         ^ .:     beautifull)   laid   out.     Price
e ���, oi     of   fresh   salmon   in ice and   strljjped  her    former    records, and a """""" """ '.$3150:   $1.1 ash     ml u ���   on
whole,  lot  of ingenious  theories  have     CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS -,,     . -
FRIDAY,   MAY   3,   1907.
AN   IMPORTANT  INDUSTFIY.
ing the   ether da)  about fishei.
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trozen,    This has grown io In- an im-
iie in- devised to account for the oh.
portant   indust.)   and   ii   will   become  " ' jviS_u to account ror tne pne- 'WANTED-   Firen    i,  stand)     job     .-	
more  and more    important    with the  n��menon.    In the meantime the  ("ni- hour .shin     Appl)   al   ence I i Man $1500
growth  aud   prosperity of the prairie ""isl |ll"',y is looking rather cross at ager Gas Works.                           tf :'  room cottage,  2 lots  all in
province.    In thai wonderful report ol   '���'" t)e��l)Ie who saddled il with the re-   ���  good location.    Price $1500:  1-2 e
hl3|   ,hich) because il is ,. "state pa-   sponsibility   of  an  attempl   to  revive TIMBER LANDS���w.   deal exclusive- balance   easi
protection.        Had  times would  have ;-v '-'' timber.    Have large and small    .	
pei." is quoted and will be quoted a
if it were an authority, the provincial   hoi'n  a   Sodsend  '"    ,l1''    protection-
fishery   commissioner,   among    other  1>,>'
wild assertions, says;    "The canne.)
pack of the Fraser River districl  is a      Winnipeg,  Man.. Maj  2���The strike
tracts  on   water,     If  .vou   wish   to  $2150
bi    or sell, see me.   E, 11. Chandl* r,
107  Hastings St.,  Vancouver,  B.C
..I'ii cash buys a  5  room  house 'u
A  m - lei M. ������ i mm d\\ Piling, on
line,   1"'   50x1 ���'��� ;.     ste eori     staid*      and
chicken houses; cenl ral loi ati  n   Pric
reliahl*   index of the si/.e of the run.  ;it Fernie, which apparent!)  is as far   CCI]tral   position   close   to   P.  O.   and   $2150:   *"""  cash'   '"i:'""''
because the entire catch is marketed  froni settlement as ever, has caused a   ori0 ],u,(.u ,-..,,
in tin."    Thai  quotatiou, by the wav,  se"ous  fuel   famine'   through   western
m corner.    Price $1000;
J150 e ash. balance in small paymenls
month
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is a good index te, the untrustworthi-   Canada.    At Calgary hundreds of peo-   spread over two and a hair years. A].     ,
n-        the whole report.   Similar in- ;nIe ai'e down to the last pound of coal, , J)ly       0. Box 594,        .��� Westminster. 11 plfp       f po|j r^nrp     ��
J        How are yeu fixed for your outing ? ��
��        There are two features you can't neglect, if vou!
are going to have the time o_ your life.
���        Pretty Girl and cool clothes.
You look after the Girl a_.nl we'll atte      ��� the *
stances of inaccuracy of statement oc-   man>' Industpies have I n obliged to
ear  frequentl)
would i-e- all right if the word "suck-   "*'eks  ahead   with no supply  comin
I'he sentence quoted  slll,r down, and orders are booked for   J0B  PRINTING���Saw   Mill   and   Fac-  4  ,,- your house, furniture or oth-
:
���
��� Clothes.
���
4        Come, see our new Two Piece Suits y I
ory Stationery a spei ialty.    We do
property is not insured, give us a  +
111.
eyi     were  inserted    before  the  word
"1 an."
���- ring   salmon- mho   and    steelhead  cannol be secured at    anv prici
V   Brandon green tamarac wood      ;<" other Iiin(is of Printing, and  In   ��� ,.,,,    We represent the follow
���
Pons upon tons of quinat or   '    se��ing al   $12  per  cord; and  coal      s'"v  a   -""l|  J'"!'   at   righl    ""''''��� ��� leading insurance companies; ���
ARROW  PRESS. Daily  News Block. ���        DTrnon 1 n    1                  .   ),��������� 1
Mrs Dominy proorietor ��� "ARTFOID CO., Incorporated 1810 ���
an   shipped   to    points   easl    of    the  tween  Winnipeg attd Fori   Francis on             '      m l1y' r Jpr "Jr'  t CONNECTICUT CO.,           "    1850 ���
mountaius, in Ice and frozen, and the  :1'" Canadian Northern Railway, some   FOR SALE���A small Island containing i fJVS. CO. OF Al AMERICA    "    1794 ���
shipments would he larger if the fish '''"'" thousand ears of wood arc stall-      about 15 acres, close to New West- J pHi.iuv fiF RRflflKI VM    "    l_"< ���
were procurable.   Al  present, we un-  "''���    0winS '"  ''"'k  of  motive  power      minster city. Can be used for a mill ��� r V7           |    "",,              lft;1,5 ���
derstand, hundreds of pounds only can   the company cannot   gel   them   into      site-.      For    particulars    apply *
be  senl where   thousands are ordered.    r'''i,'Vl' the shortage  in  Winnipeg.            Gunderson k Amu'.- grocery.
* and Homespuns.
* Cool as cool can be.    S\
veil and handsome.
.viots ���
���
$5, $10, to $14.
"   J  have   paid   dollar   for dollar  1
This  Industry is  doubly  important,
because ii  nol onl)  gives employment
and brings  1 y    into the country,
bin it prolongs He- fishing season; it
tends to convert into a stead). year-
round - sin* ss whal has been a six-
weeks' spurl an.l scramble. Bul the
Industr) is qtiite big enough n iw : 1
have .-." i ial atti ntion given it, and w
she il ������ _. id to see 1 he 111 itte ��� taken
up,  - 1 e board oI  trade.      Oui
s   -���-��� sti m  ���'. .        ���       assign the Bon
Ace 1 .1    atchei)   0 1 ���       ���   agai
1   ring and    ������ I      In   a, fo    thi
.     ��� 1   ol   \\ :.ii le  lis   location   parti   1-
. ei-:. m    nj to maki   -.... lal ,-���-
to -       k it.    Har-
'     ������     nd Bi    enhea     hatchei les
:     ...   than    1. ��� 1  '
I ,   ev. .i'i.en on the iowei
I-  aser,   in*l it  the)  should have eggs
. . -,    nit*   Creek,  Seton    .a
01 Stewart Lake    'ill       a nine!
��� '...si   ll '."       \ -CO!  i.
1  ���      ..-.,. SOI .'    ,.'.   le
have ���    fail tche
li Vi ���     I vers 0    Call-
-   ��� . ' . pring
d    een  pi icl li ill;
: ��� ere is no reason wh)
:  . ...     fish   in   the'
Fra�� r should not be largel) Incre ised
tment of Fisl er ��� -    co ild
:   rd     ' .         iwn   1 request I hal
1 this branch  of
.    .        ,.           . h whi
,. loda
:                               ' ��� .colli
nn I which I      1 ..        !
enl
IN THF.  PULP'T.
\\      ....
,       1 yesterday's I In  which v
m     ||<   if the Colonl        ricioi
���  '     upon   Re\    Dr.  Sipprell   becaus*
. ��� nth .lian had been guilt)   -'    he   I'
high 1 rim*    ind   nil    1 1 leanor of pro
i      icing I verse (.i ii Icism on  1 he   _
��� 1   . ���    the McBrlde government  re
the   '. er I'a   O .-.   a, 1,   \..-    were     nol
���   local   McBrld  ��� tn
ha.!  gone 1 'olonlsl    one    bel ter,
1 whol* column of cha ac-
li ri.- ll .;- . ip al m. an 1 mlsi epre -
. ���
N*ow   what   li--   Principal    Sipprell
di n*       li*-  im-   -!1iim1.\  s] olee-ii of the
...-.- . II mi in this matter as
nin*-  htindn 1   and   ninety-nine   'mln-
:   . .   -     '   . 'ie ai    churches,
on   ni ��... im  ��� housand would B)ieak of
':���       1 id*      ihi       efen
IlieO  11 ,      . 1      all.
That wa    the sum or his offendin
of it the McBi Ide 0
...   fall   11 ion   him  and   r* n I
him   al lea I  thi     ��. li to   ��� nd him,
Then you'll want one of our new soft Hats or a *
* smart Straw, cool   Underwear,  soft  Shirt,   smart*
��� Hosiery, Ties, etc., etc. J
Get the Girl, and if you can't close a contract*
���
i . vi ry  greal   fire  since their ii     #
��� corporation. ���     ^
v.-��������������������������� >**������������������������������������    ��� tin's summer the fault will not be oui
v0
rm-y ������ ��,%.
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City Lots
{ Just in, a large assortment of White and Col
��� ored Summer Vests, Silk and Pongee Shirts, Fane;
2 and Comfort Sex.
o  ������  ������ ������  �����  ������ ������   . �����.
10  lots   facing   Mood)   Square,  near
i Kighth   .-'ieel      Pric*    >-."���"   e ,ch,  on
eas)   te, ins.
lu    lots     near   Moodi   Siiuarc  and
th        eel      Pn,   $2 :ach,   on
eu -;   lei 111s.
lb lots mi Twelltli    ' eel  I rain line
1 ' streets 1,    Price $_30 each, on 1 .-..   ;	
t* rm
2  lots  near Twelfth sireel   alle)   en   *���  ���*������������������  ���
r ar.    Price .;_. 11 1 a :i   011 1 u \ terms.
I   mbli   1 ..; 1 a : me  Kighth sl reel 1 ���
i ".    Pric*   $700 each, on easj  ti
I    Double corner on  l-.'i-hih streel and
Eighth   avenue,   1.2x150.     Price   $900
' on eas;   terms *
': lots cornei   SIxlh Ave   and  Eighth   ���
, St.   Price 11"' eai h, on 1 --    tenni.      *
'���   lots   on   Si:-.- Ii   11 venue,    1 ip isit*    ���
M iod)   Se  : ire.     Pi Ice  $1<i,.h   foi   the I a
THE    ;
CLOTHIER:
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-: ..Cream oi 1 artar..
THE BEST ON THE MARKET
i*
nn   Hanii    in
Sixth  -' eet,    P Ice   $l.",() each   (cashi       '>���������..!>���<,
I'ii. fence,	
md  cleared.     Pric 1    HI ji (1    on
AT  .... TRY   IT
! RYALL 5 DRUG STORE
.*. *. ��� ��� *. * <��� ^ ������'���*4
���   <5-
SOMETMSINC-    GOOD
notfaer White Season
SURELY! There's no doubl but that more
Women will wear vVhite Shoes this season
than ever before.
As a matter of fact no woman should be
without a pair of White Shoes.
We have them in
OXFORDS, RIBBON TIES AND PUMPS
PRICES $1.75 TO $3.00 A PAIR
Our principal line is the "Chas. K. Fox"
American Shoe, made with canvas covered
wood heels.
3 #% $ Si a_j &* aW <?% Ski 9 ��?*��
���:j "v���._v __ _a I y& -teir  a   ^gt'-' i ^   *��#
BIG SHOE HOUSE   NEW WESTMINSTER
Pine lnl    nl .      .        ; .  11  1.
T inil     . '��� 11   h,      PH..     -"_ ,11,    r, 1 11
2  .'o 11I  lol     fin  Queen cu        .,, .
���     1    lan 1     -  ���'���     Pi It-i   .-  -
Te nn   easy,
Large lot on 0 ���  ���  '
an I  In   fruit,    Pi I cm   ..'IOO  1     :.
������':  lllliond streel. all
' 1.     Prici    -   00 '���      hoth.    Ti
\  line cleare I  I il  on   Ro al   n cr, 1
1 cenl ral.)   Price $!)00,    Te 1
_  fine   lots en   Kiiih  nveniie.    Prin
$.'1 -ach.    Tei ins en
11 flue lol -. cornei SIxl h       1111    ,1 1
Fourth  streei      Price    -1200     Te 1 in -
. eas)'.
Lots   for  sale   In   tii   .arts  of  tl,.
city on easy terms.
m m
^'i.r^*'' I'o -W
��______��_*_i_i n. ;*__         _____���______. _&:-_______
50c  per poum
y^srmi
Coffee
ADAMS    &    DEANS
THE    CITY   GROCERY
�����'
White,
Shiles
260 Columbia St.
Wcw Westminster
British   Columbia
Phane 85.
NEW ARRIVALS
IN
Ladies' Blouses
and-	
Children's Dresses
Al
the White House
A .   .:.   BIRTCH.     -
275 Coliuy
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THF
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r ASH STOPFj   CITY NEWS    'f's "OT W Economy
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v.;   ....... a1 lov ; - ces and gv -  g*< - .'. valttc
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John A. Loo's Furniture Emporium ,
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ountn orders packed and shipped
FREI   OF   _S\   i :��� _R< ES
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GOODS
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MERCERIZED   CHECKED   COTTON  TAFFETAS
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..    NERED   BATISTE   MUSLINS,  15c.
....  i��h: Batiste M
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.    .     , .'i ..
J0LORED  COTTON   VOILES.   25c   TO 50c.
Cotton V
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|n B  ;,..,. ,,      .                                                      ...  ���.       g    ���"   ���                                    il    iho   iiollci* fonnaiire      Ml    a ho   hav, nol    h*_r_
I'        ard   ...                            .  25c. 40c   and   50c
WHITE COTTCN  BRILLIANTS. 20c    TO 40c.
��� ���        n ���--..-.   ��� .     louses  or  shirt   wnlsi
.'.   ��Ith   raised  spol     dasln I ol
: a .i ���'..   is often as    ...       -���     I'i     ..,- :   . . .    20c  i e 40c
WHITE  VICTORIA    LAWNS.   10  TO  25c.
a ��� Ij I '  foi  Girl's Pinafores,    .prons,  Rlous..,    Chi 1,1 imm
H) to   ���'��� inch*     n Pei   yard      .     10c,   15c. 20c, !>5c
WHITE   INDIA    LUION3.   PERSIAN   LAWNS.
I Shirt  W   .1. nens,  |ier   - anl . 15c  in 5Cc
.. -   shei     .in.! ��� in>.   ||e      ,m : if>c       35c
m , - .\ ns.  Li* iu tl full)   fine, pel  yard _5c in 50c
  25c   to   35c
A'al ' Linens, coarse and fine, ; ���    yard... .     . . 10c nnd 50c
Drill,   Piques, Ohamhrays,  Checked    (Hiij.ha.nis;   In
ei ' complete rang*  of th    iiev,     iiiini*    ,, i   now  In slock.
Pkiin and   Fancy  PARASOLS
���   ���_���:-��� "i        .       ... . ..i.ii    foi   ��omen  ol   nil   h  i
���    to
Flow ered  Sunshad* s         -10c
white  and  white  (villi  colored  hordei   Sunshades  $ 1 .CO.
 $2.50
:   colored Silk Siinsh i I*        due    red,   _r* en,   i
     $1.50   lilld    $2.50
Tal ���   i Sun  had* cl   and   h lilt*
���   i  ���      dwihm'. hip  ol   lln-     Wreck of llu   ii.  ...   in,    nlioulel make
poini   nl   hell < ii m    ii   ii .   pro
illll  IliUl Ml  ,'\> ,'lli'Hl   .'I..' 11,   li;| .   Imoii
Tl"'  '"m:'"        ""''   ��<"<""'��  nl   Iho  ���,.,������������, ������,,������  :..���..���,���    .,',,,,���,���
"""""' '   xl:   '���'���''���'   ��'�����'"���>   "I  ��r��    |,o   hoard    Soprano     Ml��    (Wl,���do
M,<!    ":"'    �����>��    '"'    '"1'l     \\,.,m      :,���,.:      ,.'     .1      U,,y,    :,���,,   ,���,,
'':'"!      Vv,,��"    'V:''!l on iin-  13.   ,,,���.,.,    ,)HvlH       vn   ���,���,     ,���.,,      .,  .
'���'���''        .........      11|  	
.  Iildlilll .    �� .'l ..    i.Illll"!    Mill    1 .,    !,,-   un
'   '      '        '       '"   "    "   i"1 '��     Ml''      . .    ".1 In  h. Iionni,      I'!,,, || :1i.,.
' 'l!'1   ln,l'n,sl   in   ""' ''-'    liooihe, iM,,,,, inoludliiB - - lutnim
nils    .|ii.ii i. 11.- .    lij     I le.     w ,--.! inlnsl' :
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STRAW HATS li
11 ��� II :���
'.'  '  1
I Chi     n Parasols, with frills, rush pie, eti
    $4.75   i"   $i0.00
T H.SMITH
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
1 ie .     .    \,  imnii     staled     \. it. i .li \
' le.''    .i      soon   .i.   1 ho   i .nm, il    -j .nn,,i
I im lhe low .   foi   UU i oi e lu* fore
ro nl  I,nin   i .land  nen.   the  In Id
' .      I opoi ed   lo  ��� "ie  ii nd   ei   Ln ���.      . ���
.. marl in -.- n . . mi, .. , i,,. i,,,, ���
ihe ; . .. ��� . . n ,,ii. ��� i , i|,���|
. "-in-  up lln
i li"   Iwo   \'ani enn ...    .imm,.in, ,|||
Mill    .1      \\       I        i  le     1  li .    I    Hi,
iiiii dc   in   i ho   police   couil    -.e-��� i, , i ,,
- i.m"     Tin   . Inn -.   ini  vi i    i ei Imi
111.      Ill    till'       ' :    .  '       ,il     \.   ,\     \\ ,-   '
I* r Iiii i Suiiiln . nfloi II...,n liiil ii
' - 'i pi* di I ��� illl ne,I ill Worn hip
fined leeeili  lhe    iiiii ol  Jliu mid cm
i iloo   ,iii   ,i .        \.l iiii . linn      ell      , ,iii
| .1'  i'M,    [|l   iho   dooi
TWENTY CANNERIES
OPERATE ON ERASER
CANNER8EXPEI  I   BMALI   RUN
till!.    V I   AU       I 11 Al".    Ill   ll.l,     I N
BTALUI D
NOW is the TIME TO CIT
YOUR NEW STRAW HAT
i )ur ������elect ion is complete
Voting men are vveai'ing the Boatei
shapes, \\\y-'i 1\ in Senile! Bi--i1*!"
Some sl ill v> c.-ir i lie i J-olf shapes
We also have goods suitable fof the
middle aged man.
t '.un as l \:\\'-. Mottled * lantons
Prices 5()if(K)c, 7S< up to $2.50
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
���
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I    :l:ll.l. :lir,|    I
lei. ... i".ml,.,I   I llllll
I'Welll ell      .    ill tl.  I i'.e       will      I "       I
Gilley I5r(xs. wl
n smsttz*.
10
,. not buying some of our
money makers.
���   I': Avenue Lots at -;::V)
Se\ ,  ii     300
Sixth         250 to   tOO
B   ,   by townsite"    "     ^  to  LOO
!  and Look of Our Lisi. and See Somefhfng Good.
" CO.
<V��_   Westmimter
i .il . .1    < ,n     ill,      I   i.e...|     I'I VOI     lIlll'itlGI
M*     r     .1    Vlidll    und   ,1    * 'in i.m   ol   lln    * ihhIiih   rl    ln_     e.i nn,  n lln I
Sen I lie n ro ex peel oil In the oil j  I min j    In In f "null I Inn  laid   lefiif.   lhe  nun nn I
I'll eiilli mi ..  iii     iicllve  matnlmi      inei'liiiH  id I he   l-'rupei   lllvei   '   mm e ���������
"I   iin-  oidm   "t   Owl     ;i  I'ri 1,1     ul Inn,   which   wiih   held   W.iln..
eletj   which  I     loin     II      ..   I   In | i i.  ,,ii. 11. ".,11 in v in, ..inn     nr ei,....
ii.. 11 -.ii,-   love and   IuiikIiIoi    ind    ������ ..    five will In   run h.v lln   Dill Ish ('nluiii
ei ul   :       Fellov   hip,    mil    ll    Ih   ver.l     e|n    Phi leei        isaol Illl Inn,   w lei' h    '��� III
ll I III 1,1. 1" I i     .,       ..,11.        ..���,.   II (.1   , III .1 il| I l|"
���i'.' I   nl inder In I !'i     um i liei n purl  ol   I In    prm ii" .
' . I   : . i ��� , ��� i     I i ��� '  .    .   i 11 11 " : ,    . I.,    11 ��� i'     .   ���  ���,,  . I
.:���    ,   i,|     ;  i||,     ...     .....   .      .       -i.i,     ,,   ,
..ei,   ii  i    ...  ,ii    Ions  Hit  Ii*?Iiiij in uli
fin  ulimil  , huiidi ed nnd idgh      11	
i in,i , men   i ,        enr'u  pin I   nl   bih i
.   e_ on ml   i . .., i  (ntiili I null   ' i"ne
red   . i   !   . i   i,      llnei     -,.'���.: .1   .  .
iiinl  in ei,,   ',.-' Hn   rutin*   . d��i   ; ���   Ihnl
III       || || i    ���     I     i 1     I .  .-.   11 I .:    M. 1 .
,,    . , . i    11..    .���, .-    ilmi  I
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i      Im fi  i
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Wholnsnlr*  nml   Retail
DEALERS   IN
rin   itui i.. '. , .    i���.,  .
III    '..     !��� ' il. ��� i. i   11. -i in' n
ii   i ,   ii.ei inm   -ii���.
,,    .: i        ileii-d    iiiiiI   ��� li*      um
.'   :. ���        II      illeil
.....        Ill
...
WELLINGTON     LUMP    00 AI
wn i IN0T0N  WA9M_0  NU1
AND PEA ' 0 AI
i '.-.'.���< i ��� ia i   AND I 0KE
i iiwir.! in AND rnii'ip  i 'i/M
VANCOUV. n  fin 11 Ar.|ii  i c
mpti i
l i.i.:  ,, lelirati tl   I < Wenl   i;:
,1.-, .i i    ,i. ,1 r, nil I..,,.���<���. (���nn11 ltd
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IIP W   Bm Hicwir i'   p.   -    ; c n
. I    cm     s^LT.
* oMMSN BfiICK,
PRESSED  FACE   BRICK,
rinc  rpick.
Pine     CLAY      ~*vl      MANTEI
BRICK.
i   the ' la . I  '���'.'���     *
c_ /VER   PIPE,    DRAIN     TILE,
" MD.   r,_ nqucr,   p-m  I-
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Ice Consumers.
(-��� :   ' - "  ' Intention to pill   mr ice
���      ��� ��� on the im':' - a! out the
e, May, we would requesl  those
���.vie, will iiiii:-   .I. livery
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COLUMBIA      COLD   SfORAOE,
Tel. No. '
Headquarters
for   ....
P.
ERFECT
ANTRIES
A.   HARDMAN
McKenzie street - opposite library
P. O. Box 248
irt
Telephone 302 THE   DAILY   N EWS.
FRIDAY.
M - V
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BLACKSMiTNtNG.
Having bought out the  Blacksmith-
_   . isin* -    of R. II. Benson, I will
' e pleased to see all his old customers, as well as new ones.    Horseshoe-
ng a specialty.
H. M.  KNUT30N.
eighth   Street.
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pione.r  Limited"   St.   Paul   tc
Chicago, "'Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   ai
railroad   in  the   world  that   equal   in
equipment that of the Chi :a jo,  Mil
...Mike.   &  St.   Paul   Railway.     They
own  and operate their own  sleeping
and dining cars on all! their trains an,!
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
service  not  obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent
i .4 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST--
Foreata  nt  Sinn..
Stone forests nre found In various
parts nf the world. In iniiny e-ases
they are hardened by some peculiarity
of the atmosphere anel are founel stand-
in., just as they were when clothed
with preen foliage thousands of years
atro. The Little Colorado river. In Arizona, has long been famous as a locality for sueti finds. At one place more
them 1,500 e-eirds of solid stone, tree
trunks, sections, limbs nnd lops, were
found by the governmenl surveyors.
Most of them were giliclfled, many
seven to ten feel iii diameter and from
twenty to eighty fed in height. Geol
oglsts say that the petrified trees of
the Little Colorado wer" once covered
with marl over 1,000 feel iu depth.
Some of lie- trees have been changed
to jasper and have assumed various
hn*'-: others resemble opnl, and when
broken open the core is often found
lined with crystals ol' the most beautiful tints.
NOTICE.
Nl iTICE  IS HEREBY GIVEN lie.el  _!���-
i-   ... : ��� ���   iluti   ��.   Intend i" apply  lee
pROFESsior
HITE8IDB & edmov
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE N'OTICE th i an application
' as  '���'��� .i  made to re, F  incis ('.
. ij.  as   the    OW ii' ' roPl( ��� I i      I ' .... ijgsiow r ol   Lands
,     .     ,,,        ...  V],,, iVe Ion toe   , und car-   Columbia   street,   \. ,    - ''''-"l!
���    a tax sale deed "-"  ,   ...   ,   ;il,   following   W. J. Whiteside Hi       '
and   Treasurer   ol   th*    Cit>  o   Xew
Westn insti r,   lo   Francis   C.   Honour,
ters and solicitors
XDS,
Up   v. In_   the   Palm.
Many stories bave been told of mean
men, such as he who used n wart for
a collar button and he whose birthday
gift to his son consisted In washing the
windows so that the lad might watch
tin' cars go by. This man. however.
Beems to have won the palm, There
wns nn extremely mean man in New
Hampshire win' was the' proprietor of
a hotel. Hy his direction rules were
I' isted i:i ilu- hostelry forbidding a!
most every conceivable privilege tei
those ii"i guests "f tin' place. There
was absolutely no chance for th" casual loafer be get newspapers, pens, ink.
station.!.*, etc.   There  were not even
free seats  in  tl thee.   One- day he
chanced to observe a chronic loafer
gazing at Uie old clock Unit hung ou
the wall. The' next day a sign was
placed over the clock.   It read, "This
Clock  is for ilie' use of ilu' Ll'lli'Sts elf the'
hotel only."- Success Magazine.
fi
EMPRESSES'*
18,000 (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN ) 14,500
H. Power ( EMPRESS OF IRELAND i      T0NS
Xi'xi  sailing fi -mi SI   John,  .May 3.
S] -���( ini i e- luctions on tickets from the
Old (lountry,    For other sailing dat*
and ] articulars  apply to
ED.  GOULET.   . .
v:.- al  for all Ati.:. i ��� S.S. < impauies
SECOND-HIM J IM STORE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES.
bf._���ie STKFKT
Phone 214
Von   Bulovr'a   Id-huke.
It s.i happened that two ladies were
making their way to their seats at the
very moment Vou Bulow finished his
introduction of the flrst movement of
Beethoven's "Sonata Pathetic." This
so Irritated him that be purposely commenced the allegro at such an absurdly
slow pace as to make the quavers in
the bass correspond exactly t, the time
of the i.nlics' footsteps. As may lie
imagined, they felt on thorns and hurried ou as fast as th.y could, while Von
Bul'iw accelerated his tempo in sympathy wiih their increasing pace.���Burnett's Musical Reminiscences.
ltnur   n>-   Good.
Plaisantin offered in payment of _
bill a j_old piece which had a suspicious rinjr. "II,'i-e. you've given me
one of those false coins thai the counterfeiters have just been arrested for
making," s.-r;.l the merchant. ''Impossible," answered Plaisantin. "It Is dat
eel Im:.". If it were- false, s rely it
would liave heen found out before
this."���Gaulols.
SEALED TEXDERS addressed to
the Commissioner of Don.inion Lamls,
D* partment of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth Xo. 515," will be received
a' this department until 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the 5th day of
June, 1907, for a license to cul timher
mi Berth No. 515, situate in the Province of British Columbia, nnd comprising Legal Sub-division 11 of Section 1". Township 6, Han-.- 7. Wesl of
11,- 7th Meridian, containing an an a
"'   In acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within one ye u after th ��� dat* of the notice awar ling the berth.
The   regulations  under  which  a  license   will   be    issued,  also    printed
forms   "!'  tei ler   and   ��� ���..   lope,  may
���   ' itain* .1 a; ihis I*       tmenl or al
Bice of 'li" i'rown Timb* r Ag nt
mi Xew We '     aster, B. C.
Each  tern er i      I comp inied
; '��� I  ch* ��� i*   .mi  .! chai'.
ink .ii mi-.or of th    De   nt;  of Ih*
Minister'   il    thi     Interior,    :'"'    th*
amouni   o    the   ' onus   w hich  the a
ie   al   Is ired   to  ] ay   for  a   li-
...   .
The high en     ��� not nee
..   , . ���    ������ I.
\" ten lei        '������'��� graj h  will he enti rtained.
PERLEY G  KEYES.
Secretary.
���ment of 'he Interior,
Ottawa, A] ril 6th,  1! ��� :.
��c3a__2 ��__��_��.
500 Cords of Ian Bark Wanted
Al the
Fretscr River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE  XOTI* IE tin
->    een        le register    -lice   II.
ugall,   as '. in :     in     Fe-
le,   indti    i 1.!": Sale  Deed 1
he May. I      easurer of the City
.''.:.- Alice    ii.   Mc-
:    ' ,      beari ."  i ".ih day ol
i . .  .. .'.   D., ]    C, ol all and i ingula
iat  ci    . in ��� ]   or  '. acl   of  lan I
.   mises   r      e, Ij Ing and bein_
: ���      .:.   of Ne w   We   . minstei.  in ,
,-.-.'.      .    i Irii ish     Colum   a,
il ti.ularly   known     and     de -
ihe I  as:   Suhdii ish n  _0 of Lots  S
���   '    M .
nd *     h of you are i equired to
iim   oi   the   tax   pur-
. :     ;    Ive days from tin
te of  the .   leal lon  of   this
,'ise I sl    I registi     Alice
.   dcDoug  ii . - '"'��� oi :  . hei eof In fee .
nd   I  direct   thai      .   leal lon  of this
[ally news-
ililished ni  .N'ew  Wesl min ler
, I enl   service
Dated     t thi    Land  ';- gfstry   Office
��� - iter,   Province  of   Brit-
25th day of April,
A.  Ii.   ! 107.
C   S.   KEITH,
Distrii i Regisl rar.
Illi .ui   Edmonds,   Esq.
All persons scr-ved with this notice,
; ni  ': Iming through or under
them, and all persons claiming any
Inte .��� si in iin- said land by virtue of
.���M,. unri gistered instrument, and all
-.'is claiming any Interesl in I be
said land by descent, whose' title Is
in,i registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be
I rever ei topped and debarred from
setting iiji any claim to or In respect
of the said land so sold for taxes
as provided by the "Land Regtsiry
Act."
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
He- S'lare
"Snigshy Im. ,-i i-.-w seh.i e ili.it ho
purposes - . Ill itlug for the oi dinary
swear off i lea.   He 1 to carry a
little si ��� im      nu .  around with  I
and im evy ti: n he huys llqul I refi   -..
ments  he  wii: drop the cash equivo
lent In the ha  I. foi bis wife."
"Whose i '.",, is ii'.-"
"Snigsby's    -i.e.   She thinks there'll
be ���- little -    Ing Iu II for her."���
Cleveland Pin u I .ealer.
Look!   '   . i - Trouble.
It gem r   ,.   l.epe ids on (he way y iu
look at tilings in II is world whether or
not yon m��������� n lng ���., hnve any h i n
If ,  'i ���.      " ��� nnl l.r all the time
and lo il In : i n* trouble you'll get*It���
I ester '.'.', ." e [Tnion.
A  f i.-Tcial Ccuip,
"Vou don't mean I" sny that you
loaned Ptiekh   your nnibm Ilu?"
"Yes. And it was e onomy to do It.
It saves me the 25 cents n day he used
to borrow."
Inaccuracy  Is  the  twin   brothear of
dishonesty - Simmons.
Tenders   for    License   to   cut   Ti.nbe.'
on  Dominion  Lands  in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED  TEXDERS  a I In ss* I    to !
: i.   i 'ommissioni . of Dominii a Lan Is,
i i. pari menl of thi   Inti    or, und mark-
��� . mi the en\ ��� e "Tender 1 Tim-
. ��� r Berth N'o. .".!.;." will b* ��� eived al
this Departm ni until l_ o'clock noon
on We Im _< ";.;e d of June,
It.07, for i license to cul tim ier on
Berth No. 516,   - _ .    sing lands situ-
������ .ii 'he Provii   i   of British ('oltlm-
,, and  desci II ed  a sfol "'as:���
Tim  - .    B*     i   Xo.   510,- < omprising
S* ���   ."lis 27, 2S,  :: I,  ::!, and  Tin-  Easl
ah  e   if Sections 29 and   12 in Township   i S,  K inge - I,   W* - the ������ i.
ile-ii lian,  containing of    5
���   mill s, mor.  o:  less.
���   ed i iihin
:.���     ���        fter the date i    the n
ing tin
The   :   -       hii li  a   u
" :.-.    ivill     e    issued,  i
forms ol        h     mil .
��� '    :���  . ..' ���
..    tin   : Agent ai
"...
i .1
chartered
II      M
linister of it erl
int of tin
nt Is pr -  lice .
The hi'.' est i       ny I iol  ne-
....
Vo tend ���-.,'"      ill        en-
ln< !.
PERLEY  G.   KEYES.
Seen
I*. ��� :i." nn .. th     Inter!
Ot!   ���'    .    \:   II    :.   I! 07.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
T \ : N'i iTICE thai application has
be. n ma le to rej later Ploreni Marj
Ev. leigh as th* em ne r |n Fee Simple
under a Tax Sale D ��� I from The . lor-
poration of the J Hsl ricl of Burnu , to
Ji nes Cunningham, bearing 'i.i i the
J'nli day of March, A. D., r   2, of all
and   singular   thai   certain   parcel   or
1 lan 1  und   premises    situate,
u      nd        ig in ;li" Mi-Mi ������ ol N. v
Province of British    i , :  . ...
Id   .     ied a    sui   [visions.
-1 nnl i .    V" of loi ...m
'... i.
V" i an i -���.li of you an herebj re-
luired to . inti si the claims of the
tax pm cJiasi i- v. iihin foi tj -five days
from the date e.f the firsl publication
ai tice, .nin rwise I shall regis-
lei l'|.:. a. e Mary Eveleigh ns owner
��� il in f* -;. And I herebj dlrecl
thai   iiiblica lion of this nol Ice : n   h
vs in a da      aev   papei
ed al  N'ew  Westminster will be good
and 6 ii iie i'-ni -���', vice i he   ol
Dat* I  al  'ii-- Land Registry Offlc
\'i '.v W. -'ii.iii. ter, Province ol  Bi I
Columbia, this 25th day of April. A   It.
1907,
���C.   S.   KEITH,
Districl Registrar.
To  L.  A. Bayne, Esp.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them, and all persons claiming any
Interesl In the said lan I by virtue of
any unregistered Instrument, and all
persons claiming any interesl in the
said land lly descent, whose title is
ini reegistered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," shall be
;'o. ivi r * > ;. i1 nn i debari e l from
setting up anj claim to * In rospi cl
ei' the sai i '..n I so sold for ti - ��� a
; rovid   : hy the "Land Registry Act."
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY  Ci '.'     .
- ix      days  after   late ut*    I   I
appl     to   tl      H   . the Ch
Isslom , ;
��� i   . .
raci
District,  for a       ... i        m ac
it a posl       oted on
S.   I-i.   Ai m   lin    i.in   Lake,
'..  ��� orner  T.  L.  No.    69111;      In nee
ith 10   . W*   '    5 ch
3011th   I'I e-liai'M-'. n         -.    \\ E,
', re of 'I Cov*      hi nee We I I
with shin-.' Hi " 20 chain ; North 10
chains; Easl 5 chains; No th . 10
��� halns, more oi less, to . ho e of
Huaskin Lake; thence East with
shore line 20 chains, more or less, to
". Inl of commencemi nt; containing
40 acres,  more or less.
DATED ihi- 19th day nf February,
1907.
The   Mclaughlin   lumbe r  i u���
LTD.
By ('. it. McLaughlin, Pres., M. D,
FORESHORE   LEASES.
Notice le hereby given th it, 60 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commission! r of Lands
and Works fora lease of the foreshore
righl fnr booming and milling purposes, comprising the whole of a bay,
given ilu- name of tndependenl Hay.
situated aboul two miles south of the
nortii end of Costl island, on the easl
bank of Kllimal Vrm, an I aboul two
mih    . mth  from  Kildala Arm,
Loi ited   V]    ' 5th
WILLIAM   MOODY,   Locator,
i   . \NK V'AND VLI . A' e it,
ii     .  ite  the 2nd of i Ictobei
A,  n.  1903,   oi   all and singular thai
certain   pal eel    or tracl of   land and
premises   situate, lying and   being in
ih.   City nf New Westininste', in I
province   of   British   Col imbla,   n
pai ticularly  known   and  desi
subdivisions 17.  is. 19, of i'M-v su
urban block 9.
You   nd each of   on ��� quin el to
ce ntesl thi  claim of i1'" tax purch    ���
within   fortj Ave    la ��� -  fro ti   the  date
oi' ih" flrsi  pu  lic.ition of tl      n
rvi ise  I shall   registi ''
. ur as own*    thereof 1    f "���. and I
reel  that  publical lon
in a daily new -. up. - pul     hed in Ne'
We -���- iin -e,   for thi I shall  '
y     ���:������.������.
Dat* Land Reg)     .   O
Ne v.  W< stminster,     ��� B       h
* ��� ' :. i  ; . ' March. A.
D.  1907.
C. S   KEITH,
His'::. ���   Regisl
To Ge ,'.'" W.   famies  n,  Esq,
All p* : sons serve I with 'Lis v  -
ai :  thos*   claiming    '        li or under
���' ��� mm   and   all  p. rson-   claiming  au.
est in the s    II     I        .   tue of
any  nnn gistered   insti um* nt,  ancl
���ns  claiming any  inter* -���   In
-. ; I  land  by  d. - ent,   whose  'i'i
nol registered under the provisions of
lhe "Land Regist y Act," shall be f i
ev* r estopped    :. I   li   arred  fr im set
ting up any claim to or in res peel of
the sac! land so sold for taxe ���   is pi o
ride I  '     the "Lan 1 Registr.   A. I  '
NOTICE.
Xe.iii" is hereb)  given thai   lo
after date we inten I to make a
tion  to  ih*-  linn,  the   Cl        ConT!
sie *.. ; of Lands an 1 Works, for a .
. ial   license    to   cul   and   can-;    i
tim ' .   : i   ; he  foil iw in_    le
lands,   situated   in   the  Coasl   Districl
on  the  W* st  Bank  of  Kiuii
i ���  .-.    . -   south ol   ..   tiniii
I   n  Village  in  a   small h y.
No.   20.   i unnin .     a ���     follow.-.    .0
i bains west, SO i hains north, .0 ch
" ist, more or less  to the s hore, then
th*    hon    i    ., inl i : i omm* ncement.
No. 21. ('omn encinj       i ,  isi planl -
e i on :i." wi   '     ink ol Kittimal A    i
ihout 15 th of Kittlmat  In-
' in  vill   "������ in a ; m :.' . thence SO
chains west, S i cl ains .outh, Sn chains
mon le       ���     shore,    theni p
along   shore  te      oin emmen
m* nt.
No. 22. C o      dam -
name       In lepen-
I* at Bay ihout 2 nil ���       iuth
d' the n Constie  is.
...... o f  K1 V l
'   ence   -0   < min
���.
I ,
. nl
2". Con t posl
:   Iiiii   cl
soutl
, hains
* : h. I'O chail
r i   then a   i i
th, -        .,.
-l.i ,.
���.��� ry Ba
'  '   ��� ....        .rai    0I1
-.    :        .   '! ��� .. .    io chains
''"���'���'' -."St.
n al ie'  .    ...
-���"'��� Coiiinn
��� ,   Ba;
on   ���     ' vrm   *
.   . .
mih,   Pi   chaii
i.    ���
. '   , ;
to
nn
-
....
i ii     In
1, . ' li* in-" icu * h
M ...
to  Indian   Resi-rv* . i
. I'll"       Ml
... .        .
'
No, 27, Conn ,   :
on*   nil ���.. Brier we
Kiakiata Indian \ I     e on n irlh   . n
of   bay,   thenc*    Ifin  chain    noi lh,   in
chains    w*   i    I Ins      .nth,    io
shore,  thi n aloi el    ,. lnl   uf
commencemi nt.
No. 2S, Commencln planl
ed aboul one mile and three quiirli r
wesi of Kiakiata Baj Indian village*
on north bank of boy, thence 160
chains north, 40 dialjis west, IGO
chains south. Hi chains easl to point
of commencement
No. 29. Commencing al a posl planted aboul one half mile oul from moutn
of Kildala rivei- on south bank, thence
40 chains south, 40 chains wesl, SO
ehains south, 10 chains ivest. |2fl
chains norlh to the shore, then alone
shore in poinl of commencement.
W. II. MOODY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
Lo* atorH.
Located April 6th, 1907.
.:   ��� ���   il    nil.il .umgalluin
\ Const i     trict
���       .   posl    pla   -��� d
klep?l
..  : lyitt. J. i1. HA:
;,'... "*    tor of the sil
, tii.-n run ���   follow     nn chains Canadian   Bank   ,,-   , ��� '*:: _
Bouth: SO chains Wf.t und -,,.������,,h   "'',''
:.     noi',   to point nf co
. 1.    Coi   ���  ���
.    i-t.li  "I   the   north-west
..,..���      preemption.   11 in
. i*i ���   ���: ii" chains wenl ;
.   Iii.i  chnlns  east   and  1"
thi   point   of ..... nee
ei:. nt.
'     posl    ;        '    I
M'
Can
lng,  Columhia   s
office, New  Westmii
'.    a   posl     planted   loan. '   M
r       ,, *��� I
���nej;
MAKTIN. WEART ,
barristers, .. . I
flees:    New W.   tn
���
"
'."' vill,- street.   J iseph y     . ''      I
n    hains w st  and  SO ...    ...            ...      ,'       '        . I, ���     I
t       commeni     ������ nt. ,   ���   " eau'   �����   _.                            I
it   ii   post    planti .1 Bourne.    Mr. Marl
tin- north-west co. Westmluster en.
e north-west coi    corner  Clarkson  ai
.   '���  !���'   ..un  n's prc-empi iiaim    Vancouver, in...
iiws:   SO . i
ne
���   :    '��� ' ' ternoon
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New Westi
30ARD OF TRADE- . I
Board of Ti I
Board Room, Cil "
S* cond   '.'. edm
quia'cly  in"'    ���
Wednesday    of
August   and   N< . ��� t !     _
Annin I  m. et li
Wednesday    nf
ii.'-i!:1 ers   ma      ' ���       i ;j
elected at an   d |
meetiig.   a. B. \\ b -   See
SECRET   SOCIETIES
',\'.\l     MOODT.
I '���: VNK  VANDALL
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SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME
STE.  D   REGULATIONS.
minion
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jMON  LODGE, NO.  ���' A F. A A H\
���The   'regulai
is held on the l .J
each month, at .S .1
the   M.i .mi.    i ��� ��� . -     S        J
i rethren are cord f
tend.      Dr.  W.  A. I          -   -j
Secretary.
KING SOlOMON  LODGE, t'O. "
F.   K.   A.   M,    Reg
tions of this I ���. 1
.- ei ond  'I'm. _da |
Mason .   Temple    '  ���
Ing   . e    hi "ii   _re
to attend.   D. W.
ROYAL   CITY   PRECEPTORY.',:
R.     B.     K.     Ol
1': Idaj     Ol     '
p.   __.,   In   On 1
R ivenue and
ning Sii   : '
vlted to attend
P.;        U    .'   !;���
LOYAL   ORANGE   I ||
-  Meets   ;n   '-
third l*i i . ty I
Ml.       Visil Ml-      .   .     '
Invited to attend.
James Humphn
I. 0.  0. F.���AMITY LOD IE    -    - "|
The regular mi.
are. hel I In 11' i ���
bia   street, evei ��� ��� '
at 8 o'clock.     VI
dially invited lo ���������
N. O:  C. 3. Kiel"  . : I, V. 'ie
Coath mm. R. S.;   I   ���     "
F. S.;  Alex. Ad m ,
In the Haiiw       [Jelt in Ii
ia,   11   ��� ...';.'
son ��   i 1        ���    iie hi    .
���     ���
th. ectlou i
I'      .'  ���   .  more oi   le   .
:���.:.'v.   ... : ���   : ��� rua I.     .      n
tbe        I     nd i      ��� ���   . iu
wl    b the lai situate.
The homest.    ler      required to
i th. m . ���:     . led the:.
'.' Ith und* :    ;i" of the : ng pla
iii    Al  lei |i tn.
upon and      iltivation ol    i        md in
year I      three
e -1    If the futhe    (or moth
.,.,'.. f the In
eside     .    :i ,i farm In iho vn
ie   lai       ntered 1    ,   tin     ���    |ii!re
ments as to residence may hi   sati
I,.-    : nch    p. rson    n     , ���       ivit.h   tl
i     t* r or mother.
('���')   li th.    ettl.       i-  hi
m   residence upon farminp   ami ov
' I by him in tbe vicinity ol bis hon .
. I,   the   req il ��� to r.
di ii " ma.   be satisfied    li;   n   I Ien. e
upon ih,' said land.
Six """"'m-' hi tice In   ,       n -POSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE j'
I" given to iii"   Commissioner n'. 11.
minion Lands al Ottawa of Intention
to apply feij- patent,
('"nl lands may be purcha ied al $10
per acre- for sofl coal and ,'. I . i an
thracite, Nol more than 320 ai ���
can be acquired by een,. Individual or
company. Royalty at the rate of ti n
c. ms per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be
c< llected on the gross output.
\V. w. CORY,
Deputy or the .Minister of the in
terlor,
N. B.���Unauthorized   publication of
thl.-.   advertisement   will nol be paid ,
for.
��.  O.  U.  W.���FRASE,    LOCGE N�� I
-  Meetings the firsl
lay    in     each     nn nth       r'
brethr in i ordl illv Ii
Lodge roon , A. 6. V. \ |
fellows'  block, Cl
S.  Con i.  in.  i..... '  '
master workn nn.
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND, B.
Red Rose Degro.  m* j
Fourth  W. dnesdav   of ��� "
in K. of P.  Hull, Coin
8 p. in., White R      I
Wednesday    In    ea I
time and place'.    VI I |
cordially    invited,     E.  |:-
combe,  Pies..  II.   11,  i
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
fur CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight' connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service I
Foi   information  apply to
J,  i(.  ROGERS, Traffic  Manage J
V incouvi r, B   C,
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, <\  I
���Meets the Fourth Fridn I
month   at   8  o'clock,  In  tho       I
hall.   Oddfellows'    hi"-'��� |
brethren are cordially Invl i
tend. .1. B. Rushton, C. I-
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT RQYAL COLUMBIA. No.f'-J
A. o. F.���Tho regular n- i
this Lodge are held on the ��'   .1
nnd Fourth Tuesdays of em
at 8 p. m.Vn lhe Odelf""' ,
. rd tn. .V
vited to attend.    12. 0. Flrthl C'
Visiting  Hrethren are "
vlted to attend,   I'i
K. P. Maxwell, Sec
RANCE meel   every ^\e.u."Lfi\
8  o'clock   p.   m.,  i"   "'��� :'
II,   Columbia    street.     ��'�� ...I
Tf '���    I
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF1 J
PERANCE meel every "'V,,,,������'I
at 8
I'I (Ul, VUlUllilMIl ��>"������
Hrethren are cordially '""Vmn^-I
tend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. H. ��ru
Sec.
80N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT jj|
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE    "
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the I
Third   Tuesday  of evei     ''
K.   of   P. Hall.     Jelm   ''
Chief; J. J. Forrester, ii'"'- ���'"
I ,nders Wanted    deliberate suicide.
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ping and grubl
,Viand at Ne\.
ster.
V-- rmation apply to
A T. MORROW,
B.- C. Distillery
r,.v Westminster.
Ice to Housekeepers.
.;;m    PUTTING   ON   THE
MARKET TODAY
Large 12-ounce
>ttle of Furniture
)Iish for 25 cents.
Here is no
hotter Fur
,m-;',v Polish than this
, .. and the price is
.     ��� half what others
K.     ,.e  too   all   the   other   house
,   necessities,    such    as   Silver
ir, Gasoline, Ox Gall Soap. House-
irtis' Drug Store
XRAKE
I English Watchmaker
o diors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
from  $12."
S Iver   Watches,   e.    _
I   I
Sil .e-i-  Watches,  dou de
elebi ate I South Bend
lo    'li"    Wellman
in.    All  wan ante !
.'- welrj. eti .. eti
.   -..-.    chargi i    : e
Whr    It   Should   Exeits   Mora   H.rror
Than An.,  Otner Murder.
As to its mor -   -       .- |9
!��� ������'.������:..���
law.  one of the coi i   ��� f the
De...'..,__.-  dee lare
kill."    To  tu as   . oi
hen Ive     i   possible -    iot  s    I,
"Thou   shalt   not   ...   ���  ..     ������ _ ���   :-."
which  quality lug phr is.     -   ������-.; :  . ��� |
la some of the other ���
as. for Instance, "Tbou shall not aear
false witness ago   -;  ��� ��� .       . ibor;"
"Thou shalt nol   t  thy  neig bor's
house." The prohib tion to kill is :' ,-���
fore absolute,   it forbids tbe 1 ik i g of
human   life,   whether   by   suicide   or
homicide.
There i-- another commandment
which say.. -'Tli.,u shall love thy
neighbor as thyself." Now, the love
which we ou,- t" our neighbor forbids
us t" slay him, and therefore tl:-' love
whie-l. we owe t., ourselves forbids us
to compass our own death. If the law
allowed us I e kill ourselves, while for
bidding us in kill our neighbor, "iir
love for our neighbor would not be
equal, hut superior, t" our love for our
selves,
Nay. 1 hold tl t su de a m ere re
v ell ng sin than iii" killing of i .1 er
The- closer the- ties of relationship : ������
tu ".'ii the ��� rderer and his victim the
more atroe lous is the i rime In the
estimation of mankind, ti parricide, or
matricide, or : r itrieide, ixorh d.
a more shocking criminal than an ordinary homicide Ancl as a man li is
more Intlm ite relatioi - to hii ell
than to a parent or brother or . fe, liis
deliberate  self destruel ould es
rite more horror t'i in the - irder of a
parent, brother or wife Cardinal Gibbons In * 'entury.
MIT-SHAW
.���.j
ISINESS INSTITUTE
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LIMITED                       *
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Gregg an 1 Pii man
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.    . .-      h       ad  Kn-   i
Seven  Tpachers
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tO)
ty-Five   Typewriters   i
\i .. m. - in  Demand.   J
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a   i   C-D1TI   "   *      n ;. -,-i     i
li.   I.    Ji  It. II,    D.    -1   ,     1 ll Iel,, II        |
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BEECHER'S   ONLY   POEM.
The  Verses  Wc-e Always  Kept  Sacred
by   Mrs.  Beecher,
It '. .. ��� rei ted liy Mrs. Henry Ward
rte.'i-hrr that during their courtship Mr.
'���' ��� e ��� on ������ "dro| ped Into poetry"
and " a I >w lia,-s of verse teeming
with ntTeetion for his sweetheart. But
Ui" versos were always Ice] I sacred by
Mi ' !'���". . her. and n ithiug e mid win
���  ..-    fr   ii ber.   * ine day Mr an ! Mrs.
'.' -.���-, In-;    \ "-"  iii  i li" "Hi !'  Itohort
15 mner, th i publisher.
"Why dou't you write a poem, Hi tier." - ;.l Mr. Bonner.
"He did once." said Mrs.  I? 'her.
"lli-iiti- !t for ii.". won'l you, Mrs,
Bee ber?"
Bul tli" . * "i' ilu- grenl pre icher
cere riveted on his v\ Ife. and she knew
;hal h" ni'-.mi silence,
"('"ii."." said  XI:    I'm ner, "I'll  gl ve
you $5,  if you will recite 'hat poem
tei me." addressing Mrs. Beecher.
"Why, It ran" quickly said Mrs
Beech ir
"Eunice!" -imply sai-l Mr. Beecher.
And, although Robert Bonner afterward offered to double tli" sum 11 -i
iin'eT'-il. li" never got the peei-m from
Mrs. Beecher. Ii lia,I been hidden
away by Mrs. Beecher and cherished
as "Me- Of tli" .!��� a resl treasures In-r
husband lefi her.
bd-Hand PIANOS
"���s. RANGES, STOVES.
= .cEAllS. BEDSTEADS, ETC.
lushton & Speck
 Tke	
|ECO\D-HAND   STORE
also  do  all  kinds
of  gei eral   repairing.
'���'������ .n  on  Wheel.
N'-w Westminster.
Phone *i7 ���*
Westminster
[Transfer Co.
iiiur   i-nem.   1.' ,'
umblj _t.
i     promptly   .,,   mj
^ ���'��� i Heavy Hauling
-T   lrri   Depot
HENLEY
Manut ee turer or
Mineral Water.., Etc.
Aerated Water?,
v Trade a Specialty.
IT-
Office,   Eighth   Strret.
^J^WE8TMIN8T_R.   B.   C
Where to dine
Jn the
ROYAL CITY
n       '  Restaurant
Persian Rugs.-
"Antiijue I'm" ti ru_ " said the rag
lalcsmau, "are ily '.1 with ve ������ ble
dyes: the new ones are dyed with anl
1 tie dyes There's n ^ienl .lifferenee.
\. ' il,* dyes are lift} or sixt; I me
re ��� | .. isive llinii anilines, ami tbey
_'\ ��� a . .ii,:- that Is litei illy In p ������ ish-
able,   i i   ' .- (ha - ���-���     vin        her
and richer iiii tbe iu_ falls te. pieces.
Aniline's, mode out of coal tar, look
we'll e-n ii.^'li ai Qrst, bul they fade.
When a vegetable red or blue would he
at Its besl an aniline red or blue would
lee- nearly while'. We civilized people
harmed the Chinese hy Introducing our
cheap eejiini'i ,-iiii"ii_ tbem, and now we
have' " |ually harmed the' Persiau rug
by lutrodtn lng our i heap aullines
among lhe rug weavers."
The Hydrophobia Men.-.ce.
Since hydrophobia is transmitted by
Inoculation and its virus resides in Ihe
saliva  of Its victim, the only nbs .lute
���    nil .1 ���'.    .'..:-    m
v\ hen ill l.n jo    A lu'i;-..'! ��� is n uuisiin e
no   ei.i'iiet   ai.,i   i-i   ih,.   inimeuse   i in
|ortty   of   cases   needless,   for   almosl
liiv.-.i'inlily  ill ���  mischief  maker  i-;  the
sti   -   cur   beloiifi   i:   to no one in pai
ir and eo:i I     I   mi nobody k ion
wh, n      Bul :   s ems Impracl leable to
; i , me     . . ,;    tlve regulation  for : lie
protectlou of the [iiiblle from such   r
i    [lonslble   and   dan .-. rotis   creal in ������ i
without   mnkli      II      epl     hie   lo  all
dogs.- N'ew Vui'k Tribune.
Subdivision of Lot 46, Block VI., comprising some
of the finest residential sites  in  the city,  is now
offered for sale exclusively by us. This magnificent property
is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st St. {facing Queen's
Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on 1st St. at $700 {excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave.
and 1st St., held at $1000); 2 lots on 4th Ave., 42 1-2x120, at
$600 per lot; 4 lots, 52\-2x85, $450; 5 lots, $400. Call at
our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
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��mory     Street
Limit of Economy.
"I rton'l  mint]  .1  . nung  man  ec 11
mlzlng when he Is oul with me,"   Ighe '
ih" girl, "bul ii so 'ins !������ mc that when
tie tnk* s j ..ii in a p miiy in the -1 il :.
chine parlor, dr ...   ; euny In a sin:
ir d hands you   .��� ������ of the ear things
while he tak"s the other the llnill has
just aboul been reach >d.  I if 1 0111 ������ 3 ou
can le nr the op *rn almosl as well with
one ear, but how docs ll look?"   N'ew
'l  _'.'_   1'1','sS
I ^^BH|^^^^^^H)|iiii...!   hoUJ^^^^^^^^H
-Mi I Prl      $200       h iilh Avi   on 1        ihle; ied, 6fix! I*   en I avenue and Nanalmo St.,      roon
7 lol      . to 81 I'm li and 12      Price $1000 for   and         n   Uth   and   16th   streel P   1    |4,000;
r,n   - ;. .. ��� nexl        G11        ranch, both, half cash, hulai ' $425 foi   lio.th, ca I and 6 m
1 lots cl it houi      -:...���% :���",   loi    rm corner 1 \vi     ind      ,,,    ,   -,,,-,..,
. .    I . .     '.  I11H   1 illl
house,   chid    ���     ho      .     ...      hoico fat 3   St., S   VV.  e - net ,     ��� 1     1     Pric.    u .     . g h .,, p.th St., 4th and Gth '   ' ' : ' ' ��:   ''��
chlcki'i md   rl   :  $1500 cash. $1200; half ca '. hnl n G raonthi    -.,,.    ,,.,   ;,,,   0|] tram  (l, ,.    ��300 ,-(l,       1
:   . .'   ho  - -   fi   roon s      1. :    Nush ni 7 per < mil ,,,,,.. . ,, . j1iSOo for the two "
e-i - ion Ith u    :   '���.'..   lot I   em 2nd       '.���   acn    .etween    Queen's   .11 I  3rd room,   Vgne    St.   $3,000;   '
tre.     '. li sir]       ru      rees   P Ice Ave. on west  side of  loth;   N'o. 5 anl       Acreage on  Vancouver balance   ; and al 7
$1200;   '      ca '    terms ro   halance al ...  ':]..":>  I  .   132x1-353 roet;  all cleared   "' 0,1,e>' ''"'''���   $225 1''t   """      ���
7 :���".- .���.-;,'     ..-.:���      ���-.  : rind   fenced.    I'ii., ���  $1050;   .:,:,.. cash.  i,;;" '" s"liin '' 'M :" ':" ��� '' !"
I" 1     , full   .1 ".  61':   Sl.,    lum   iy,   ' alum e In 6 monl li
���i" ���   e,n     Mi   1    :  1 1 i      . .  .1 . ..
Pi Ice $2,500;   ';_.
���   n
o
"'"'  Ml Ninl.l
Charity.
' '���������.��� lady was inuklng smiii> i- ���..; i.;-.
nboul lh" kind .f clothes sum,' ,,tho;
ladles at church had on.
"The ilui'si garment a woman can
wear," saiel her husband, "Is thc man
th- of ��� harity."
"Yes," she snapped, "and it's about
tl, ��� onlj "ii" s ime husbands want their
irives t" vj. .
Tha Kun of It.
'���Why did j  a tl ' thai':" demanded
..a  : 'nelier,
"' It j-- il f  ���    in," re| I lu I I   1 imy.,
���;; :��� did 1 ' i ��� ; kn .w It >������:; . ngulas.
the- ml.    '
"Surcl   Dat's   where So   tun  e.'oui*s*
in."���Philadelphia V   is.
aid Is  I on   Cliff  Can      pull sized  lei on  Royal avenue,'be-   $160 an acre    POR     \   FEW    DAYS I   _ r For  the  above  four  propertl
"'"1   ;     li good    Price onl;  $1020,  tween Fn rth and Merrivale; all clear-   ONLY.   One-quarter  .a_h,   bai inc..   i uie to om
($060 . "  ���       terms, :   .  $1 n:;. ... io ca h an I 2 years al 7 ���
TcJ-5phonc   333
/   m I ^e_ H m. 13 "��____., fttel_^
Real  Estate Brokers
fROINT   STREET
Telephone   333
.J��c_ ^
Agents fcr Employers' L!2biHtyf snd Union Fire Assisrance Co. of London.
N. TUP]  DAILY   NEWS.
fRIDA
/- may
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TEA!   TEA!!
We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceylon
Tea, in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
PRESBYTERIAN StMIU
MEETS IN SESSION
Keep the Flies Away'
(Continued  from  Page One.)
Rooming House
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Best location in town.
For full particulars apply to
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mjr. Real Estate Department
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Screen Doors
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, M WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   105.
Anderson & Lusby
SPECIAL OFFER.���A Cook Book with every  Monarch   Range sold  before
the 15th of May.
Tho "Sia.y Sa.tlsfa.ctor." Range
"An abundance of not water,"
says the   Monarch   man,   "is
.-.-   ol tain el   and   easily
k. pt l     i.i     of tii,.- very large
h, i tii .     u fai e of the Monarch
". ' xtension water front.    It
is located on  the left side of
the fire box and does notinter-
f* I.- in the least with the per-
Vct. working of the oven."
BRYSON   &   SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges
i    Agents fe-
187 Columbia Sf.   T.!. 65
KI.KX'I."   ":*
tl . ..   ;....., i.     .,;.;. _     .....-,���    ���>  ������.
significant.
l-'irsi ih,- union of the various Pres-
;. I'i.ni   leieili.-s  doing   work  in   India
���'ly     now     .six     synods,     si\ * en
Presbyteries  and  fort}   thousand   adherents,
The second is the National Mi
- -. iety  organized   for  the  purpose ol
showini        atil nd*    to   the   wesl   an I
the deepening of spirit nal life
The third, the spirit nal quickeniti -
in- revival ��hii li the mission 1ms i n-
g! .'.'I.
The-  foreign mission  will meel   this
morning at a quarter I    nine, and
committee   on   bills  and   overi un s  a
'���> o'clock.
Morning Session.
.\i  lhe  morning  session  fortj   miii-
���   .. :     re s p o ii d e d    o      e i
iianie s when t .      i       lied. Th
first houi   a a- * . ie   in   levotii
���   ' ises, after which tin* report .
iiienti esented        I      Henlina
sho . ��� I ; Ik   follow In_ .      -    . .i ig
euteel ' barges within the -. nod,
fifty-six home mission    cl irg*   .   an I
-'...':;...    i ..;:. | . :..., :. ns.
Aii   nnimati i   dis. in       ise    on
; liis  repoi i   in  v, hich   I   e   Revs.  R. J.
Wilson,   Dr. Taylor, G.  \V.   Wilson, J. ,    .1. iMrvAtl. C
D.Gil n, W. S. Cl      and J. S. Hen-        a_-Cl   W1INL/U VV _5
dersou took part.   The foil i\i Ine  ive
:he i''1 ommendations.
1. That the home mis sion and a i -
.. ��� itationa conA em rs me. I and decide   '.vim!   this    synod     should   give
hi      sch* ii.'.-.    an 1     then    ......
n nts i i he fom Pr* .- ���. ��� . ies ol
this   svno .. A  I t A
2. That the-Presbyter!* A OSOlut��� A CCUrOCy
I - i he c. ngre ;ations a nd mi   . ui
fields   the  amouni -   I bal     should in
senl   to the   home   mis-:��� n   and  aug-
: ��� ntation funds.
��� '..   Thai    the    augmentation    , oni-
mitte*   M.  ij,   appoint* i        this sj nod
be  instruct* d   to devise   some   nn
whereby the libei ality ol  I he c m;  ���
gations  of  the synod  towards    augmentation l*e increased.
Mayoi Krai'.'.. \\ ho w ..--.  to have ad- I
���      the   -   no.1,        ���   obliged
osl   in    hi ���   welcome, I it  will att*
i   ���    ti ai  11  a. :u.    Tb,
Presi    ���      al   i   net    . sterdaj   morn-
the lectui . an I al which
iness   was    dealt
' ���'   .     n - .-.- le
by   : h*   model    or e : ���
Rei   .). S   Hendi i nd a largi
men   ers   ivere    in    al
:  e,
Final di :' ted
i       will | Ellard Block.
in  Montre .I   in lum       .-            	
folio         m'. \. ,|.  McGi
Vancouver;   !'������ 1 W,   '
:    Wi    mil    ��� ' .1"    U.
..I'M.: .....
" si  ���    ��������� .Toronto) :     Rev.    G.    A.
W ils'on,     . nc   iver,   and     Re\   .1.  .'
. n ��� . i.-u-r.
i' I
Me ������������       i ��� ��� ���      ���!���'....    .,   M. Stotl
Uex. ri.eiiei.   Kingston,   Ont.;     .,
S.   Mi ',���-..:     !.,,i. ion;     -'.     Blacl   ti
I ^/'\   Much Variety
in Our Sh
^ f{
, %M of
��wiM
A
ffl      New
A
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ir
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V
Waists!
i
Vou choice in ...
.,.,., ....        . .
i    ��� ��� tb it ilia
than usu il    Whether you desire ��� ��� .���
or ,-.         .���             mmm,       in i  a I
... over)   want.
FANCY   EeMBROIDERED   WAI
Willi dozens i
.... ...
; ��� eonou n ���. ���
Froi       .ith I !      mi
to $ 1.50.
I.ii* ���   and Em ��� .-:���-..'
rices, each $3.00 I i $9.00.
Plain  I' ���   BIous. -. Vi hit. ���  ���   ��� '
. :"       ���      : .:r, each   50c.   73c. $1.00 and $1.25...
COLORED BLOUSES.
��� -   :       tt .".;���. ���      .       nd    ���
easily selected    er*
Da     ���   .    and b   Prinl ots,  a    ���   .   .
littl* ��� ich 75c and $1.00.
Pe t. .   Pan Blouses, darl   ��� ... h  $1.00, $1.20
Plain                .i    Blouses     n riet     of *
ispensmg
...   a
Your  doctor   knows   what
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
Neil   Westminster |
W. S.COLLISTER & Col
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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FURNITURE
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.���.     Our clearance    il* Over 5
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FISHING
TACKLE
b por ting   Cjoods
W. E. PALES,
rURNITURI     EMPORIUM
;���]   716 and 713 Co!urnI;._  St.      Four   Floe:",.       Rear Extei
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lard,   ol   Seatlle,        In   Ihe    cit)
vorlng to i eci nil  ,vo    In.
-- AND
_j_ FANCY GOODS
rlave Just Arrived
FOR SALE BY
J. J. MACKAY y CO.
BOOKSELLERS       STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
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ia
A T-
iaaS AS ll  U Ul fj 1 C_
Sireet       I USX
���   $ Full sized lot, street on &
li
sort:' ii��a^ KR-ys
in .���'���.! ���.  ' i   I.     from  '"'.'. d; ��� ��� m.i
. 11 ��� 1 e'     , ���	
11 aci ���      I ii.il..-  fi om      '��� i.   :'    nn e,      rn ai
and small fruit,   Price, tei ms 	
Scotl    ... I    _���-  acr*       frcm  '--". n;   7 acr.
good house; good water;      .     nient to i chi
OMIMON TRUST COMPANY
i
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| Electric Rail
��� Inter-uroan   L.r...
���:, Cars for Vancouver and �� iy
J Btatlons will run every i; ill-
1       li em- fri   ii  .rM,"ei a. m. t'i 31   p
��� ii-. e    -. ptlng at 7::i0 and 8:30
v       a.  in,    Half  hourly  cars  v> I
J      run   fr m   Central    Tarli    to
��� V ucouver only.
J City Limits Line Service from
T      C.15 a n. tn 11 i> m.
J 20 Minute bervice���mo transfer,
4       Between 12 and 2 and 6 and 7.
���
ervice t
���
30 Minute Service during re {
mainder nf day. Transfer al ���
'.-..; old Place. f
Sunday   Sc-rv.ie   half-hourly   lee'-  ���
��� ��� ii s a.m. and 11 p.m.        +
4
Sapperton Line. *
15  Minute  Service from  6.25 a. i
m   in  ll   p.m., excepl   between ���
12  and  _'. and ���'> and   ~, during i     $
which hours the .service will be J
half-hourly. *
Sunday  Service   half-Hourly  _e-  ���
tween 8.30 ,-. m, afid 11 p.m.        ���
���
*>
t British Columbia Llectrsc Ry. Co., Ltd %
H three sides, opposite the
I      Bank of Montreal.
�� Price $12,500
1 Terms, $5,000 cash, bal-
|       ance to arrange.
1   Columbia and
j Clarkson Streets
1 lot, double frontage,
66x132 ft.; 2 lots with
{ factory thereon.    Three
lots in all.
Price $12,500.
good terms.
I This property is situated
��� between Bank of Mon-
jjj treal and Guichon Hotel
j opposite city market.
217-21. Columbia St.
THCS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and [NSURANC '
"in  ��� i uiiiii i in n -iiiiiii___iini_iii_iii���_ij_���j.U-Ml���11 .1 .1   i     -������'"'
ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEWS
��_��*__<.
: ," ie .-    ...'.'    .        ���    .-. tshin ���'.,ii
��� ���
ii  . ....
lid G .    Worli men arc
pai I fa  nlo is e1. a ���      nd *   en then i h
it  be obluini I
I am making a tour of i lie cenl ral and
|  ��� . tern  cities  v Ith  n \ lew lo obtain -
Ing in' chanic - in almo    every branch
nf laboi   for  I lie  ve lern cities.    San
- Francisco ha i gobbh d up, mosl of (he
' good  workmen  who have migrated to
. i in- w,   I."
Seattle, May 2,���Por lhe firsl linn
since ih" beginning of the machinists' strike, more than a month ag .,
iIn-, police departmenl today was asked to Intei fere to preserve order and
! in proteel non-union men who have
, sought employment In the simps affected by the labor war, The Moran
company senl a formal statemenl to
Chief Wappenstein covering the situation ai the Moran plain, where bullies
ainl Idlers hnve congregated and. pof
9 Ing as sympathizers, have soughl to
discourage or prevenl non-union
moulders and machinists from getting
work in the big plant
in rnise good stock is good !'i:i:i>    We keep the In
best only    Make . our ch li Iti n ��� I ij   b,   gh Ing them I
Strengthen your live stock   bi   building up  bone  ������
.  e I use CAUNI.FAC.
LADIES have you tried the Pastry Flour made by tin   I
Milling Company.   If not Telephone 333 and try It; tin  '    '
obtained  are excellent,
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT street. '   Telephone
,i'V����
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