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 [bite. Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
vcEFOun PHONE 55
\'l 4
' NfE 2, SI'M BE
fepiTAi ?m
NM LAID OVER
White. Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
<__ paw tour PHONE SS
llil RSD VY  Ml IRMXI., \\ \\
190'
puSS,���IK FRASER CHANNEL
CEN 1 > I'll; \\ EKK
- _'. _ES   '.'. ;_L    HAVE   TO
_AO�����MEV��     STRUCTURE
NSTEH      NCLUOED
���~ ���    : -   la c R o s s t *
TEAM���GATE   0   ,   SION,
. d    '  "      ~  ���
��� I o rs
-���
���
���    -   ' ���
���   ���
meet-
.. .       M. ....
It*      Sail
es C
' '���
Ol   .:.-���
be      ll Th.
this   cil
ggestions    i
-.-   .: ins     ....
1ST BE DEEPENED
Citizens' Meeting' Decides to Make
Strong- Representations to Dominion
Government --- Large Attendance ������
Many Speeches.
RETIRING OfflCER
RECEIVES BROOCH
MRS POSTIL.L 51 ITA8L> REMEM
SE'ED B\ MEMBERS OF BAR
T ST  CHURCH
^^  TRUST
PAYS BIO INTERESI
tEPORT   OF    BUSINESS    SU8W  I
TED   TO    SHAREHOLDERS    *T
" ������ RO   e\NN. ���>.   Ml i " INO
-. Oki
w is
S*   retarj
.
guar-
I
eet ing  was    et 11
the case with
ths pasl   - vi ral ot
��� i  - -   attending  I
tns   year.    Thi
'.  .        ome of  the
in connec-
iltal   :-   ������ ��� ���     _!_���
���' ���   other  membi. -
������������;���. for a long time
m   lone  by six or s* ren
while    there    are
ir I.    Those present
Jan es  ���' inning-ham,
Mrs.     H'll     Mrs
: leBeck,      Jam* s
., "... I.   M    P    P    M
H.   Keary,    Becretirv.
Miss  Martin   lady
���   the hospital   wer*
������ quest of iho board,
art of tho meeting
tb  a - discussion   a*
tcbeo   of  the  now
'   on   iho    ground
���   . floor.    This  ap-
��� 'imi Involves con-
as the- building of
: ���   ipper story won]'!
nd   elevator would
and several import
Iii  In iho plans.   Con;
���  Is taken to having
Ing quarters on  the
the odor nf k'tcl i i
larrs of the bull I-
vi   Me the patients.
| :   tho    kitchen    wfi:
:.   settled   in   the
-
-
S
M-
���
'
���     -  ��� nses will    -. -
exceed i'i ovi ing   Is
ih*  i Irilia N'ews Lett*      iated '���;..    12
Mlili      .......
[bis    .. ��� - ���     ..
��� md
So the A ue
is noi I play
-
luni
N'evv mark*      Petei
.hey leave Orills
I:iu train,     i  ... I _rthu      ���
���'���   ��� re in  i a J ine
i aa I pla       e Wini      . ������ am on June
S.    L* ave  Wii i . ������ . m. Juno
v ai rive In  Regina     .:..   9, and
there  on  th*    10th.    Plai   Mo* se  Jaw
on   the-  11.  Calgarj   on   thi    13,   X< n
We"-"; Ins ��� ;  "ie the l".  Vancouver on
the iS  u.'e! Victoria on I  ���  20
Sail v   -   " . .���     .a   June  21,
arriving al Horn lulu ��� n i bi 29, vi Uere
rii] e spenl T i <ct call will
be Suva, Fiji islan Is, i n Julv 9, an-
ithei m.m u 111 be - ��� nl hi n sei Ing
naiivi s. Thi toui ists will arrii e a
Brl   eane,   \ is! ra ia    i   July  14.
Fourteen   gan - ��� played in
.    '.i!i,I.  the  i rind . i* s    being
with   Brlsl mmm    Sydn*        M* Ibniirne,
.delaide.  Perth an I H      rl iwn.
On Sept*      . ��� ��ill leave
;       until   on    be  Orion    lin r, S. S
IV* M  ��� ��� " M.M
:'  N'i x  Wes ruinst* i
.ci   '  -   nigh
N'<
-
 i^^^H.  :v
ii   . ���  nn ent  I ���    ee th.
"    -       Ivi      s on
VI
st    . al ...   ���     iss* ts    sv] Do mil .   .enimen    shou! I  I e
C lun   :.. : oss* >v- io lay.
The  mmm-.:    v f    tra li     n   ui    wa.v
..  ��� -  u :-.. sl  caj.-.. Itj. an I
:. an     speeches   coi taining    v alual I
ns   were    heard      hi   ighi ut
- ��� ��� ting.
His W ersblp M.m   : Ki an
th*   . -        an | . ailing  the mi ��� ting :
ab* ul nine-thirty, state *1 In
.. ������ .'. vs oi Is the -���. ��� of :bv gathi r-
,\hi* b was iiu rtet p< ning ol th
:' -��� .. ai I constructing a navi-
. from Now Westminst* r to Its mouth The >< * r*i tai >, A
K.  Wl ���   I  a highly   satlsfac or)
letter from the manager of the Fraser
Rlvei sawmills, In which, while de
uloring the facl thai clrcumsiances
in rente I I fron atti nding tho
n ��� ��� ting, vi as Ion : in his ; ralsi s ol
lhe Fraser river and the ben< fits
which   would   accrue     >   Ne w   Wi sl
m   -  (j^	
lhe!      cm       to
West!
q th*   ���   as
a few
���    subject,  tl   - oughlv   i ndoi s< d
e   ..:. |  hi ���������.���..���   Rgr* ������.:  n lh
..-.-.i   considered   thai   the
____>!
n
. ;. tl -.. -.���. r a c immttti i
to woi eonj in< tion *n Ith tbe member, J. B Kennedy, and nr-jentlj ream st* ' lake imi it* st* . s In
t h*        11 er, .    .
Robert   '. rdin*   was n* _t  ��� ��� 11* st*?d
ress i be m* ling.    He was
with   the   resolution,
\. bi - mm.  the governmenl ha I senl
engineers to survey  tho river   but  In    w..v.��. ��m
th*  greal fire of 1S9S thes*  plans had   noble rhnractei
i ei n l< stroy e'd. Tho tin:
Mr. .'. mm stated, nhen
cai e hangt - should taki
competent man should b<
maki   neoess irj   .stimates
luiel come,
some radl
place    ,\
secured t
as to whai
s Seventh stmM
��� ���   m.   list.  vn.n
hich . | Iii   VI  ���    \
was   is I illow s
m .     m--   ������ - ii!       you
QIIVI M. , ,M.   || , -
:-������.:. m    nl   >,".'.:
I*   . tl and
��� pi .mi of ioui  In
.  ' ...' '     sen',-. . -   de ni tn. nl i
f rii      '   '���'.   ��� .
Sinci   -. ��� ��� ,   mm ������  w Ith Hi
yo : havi   ���..-.., Iu��ll\    ul sun.i>  ������ nil   d
��� st* <���-.-1, th*   lovi  and (hi   _ In i
- li ii  nf ilu   ��� en   < ��� s of the chii   h
bj your readluess to use your dlstlii
In ei. -m   Hoe of work
calling for help an : ������:���:������ lance
To your thought fulness and neai we
.  .   Indel ted  for  the  boy s band,  In
. nine tlon with which, foundations of,
\\t'   trust,   have  boon
laid Thi young peoples' society has
found in you an exceptional .r.! in
its general work and in . Bpcclnl
course  of  Bible  study   the  Women'.
Mi_sloi.-elrek\  tiie i....��i
es
Mil
^ -   ���   -ml,, cost, and all necea-j Sabbath school and Btbto class   Un
he
������ ������   ��� . ...'���...,.
... ��� ....mm..
...
... . .     M .   .    M
������,
havi small      ��� \
ftlli ee;
'      MM        ....      .....     ..'  ..     ,'M'..        v
���       M ������ If. ,M,  ;   Mm |   .MM |||.
(  ��� '   .       .' ,
. ��� m .:   and  ������������'������������   Iw e
.. ee-
city an l ChlUtvi... . ��Ith .. cash raol
...       > mm .:.\i   Sel'e'
\.     with  I iO mor*i to  .*.
.  m ��� | -. .. f tl -���
��   I* eli m  ,;<   iot mm |   n   i  :...,". \ m
I      ..-      . MM   ll)      ���   M   MM    |0H      111     ''  <'
. bol lers
V' the  mocitns   ^���������' rdaj  the  foi
'. ��ing offiim -   w. -..' elected  foi   Ibe
MMM     W     ' i'       1 l'e :.;-]\     ���   ��� :������   .ll'lll 1
r   s   uuiMiidnic   .iii.i .1  .'   '.mum..
ViCt1    "m. -.'.Mi'iits     eli-.e .-;.':'���.  1.  \    lon"..
H Ryall   i' 11. Snilth Di  R  K w ilk
i-   .ui.: Mi    N'elntus, mana_or riiiiii
WBI k       .  i<���!:    K    I    Hurl,   local   men.
:���.    r:   w ehb.r, necr_tar.\   audit
ors, K  .i   Brunette a:-..I \V  .1   w ilkoi
sary data collected, and a strong com-
mi'., appointed to wail on ihe gov.
ernment I 1 ittaw.; to state t'io case.
Then   was  al  the  preseni  time one
 ^^^^^________i.e 'I"* i'ii   iho   rivor.   ml-e   was     H
minster  if a  reliable    channel    was  ,..,,..   .   ���������,..,   ought   <*>
constructed   which   would enable tho  ,,,.,,    ������     , .���',,  ^,.,
lamer ocean going ships to come
���M
I'd.   OS
ano; ho *���
should   work
Oronto,  and   will  arriv.    ..;   C lombo.
' I
'* lon island, on the 12 if Septem-
��� . Two days will ��� : 11! in hi re.
reach Sn* n Septi mbi 1 2;i and
Poi ��� Said, Egypt, ou the 25. On
S* ' mb* ��� .'' ii.:' -. t N
Il ily, and nl Mars il ��� ; ance, 1 n
October I, The bi s 1 ��� thi Ir ch 1 ���
. ���   le a\ Ing  the    steamei     at    either
ilng ovei
hours por day instead of
the river  with  safety.    Th    meeting 0I1ij  half time as was being done a*
being formally opened, .1 motion wns  present     \ competent man alsoongh
made by Georgi  Small as follows: .    , .- |0 charge,  one who could
"Whereas  oceanwis*   -mmm,-  via   B   nm thi  dredge to its full capacity.
i'.   [torts   has  -mmm:   rapidly   recently      Mr.    lardine's     sentiments     were
nnd  will increase  largely  in  the im-   (     ��� echoed   by   the   iest   ol   tha
mediate  future, so as to demand  nil gathering, and it was readily admitted
the  seaport   accommodation available I that   ,.   committee supplied  with    the'
necess lata to wait em the govern-
1111 nl ' ��� feero the next house mei
��1 ul I ' he surest \\ ny of obtaining
assistan* e from Ottnvvn
esi ecially   In  conj .1-. I ion  with  trnns-
onl: 11 :;��� i]  railway   lin* t
"And,   whereas,   the  1 Ity   1 f   New
tmlnsti 1' offers the possibility   of
.1  s|eloheii!  seaport   with the  besl   of
railwa    11 nn* ction  provided that  the
Frasei   river  from  Now   Westminster j in the c
n* its mouth be deepened sufficiently ed whal
all  experienced  '.bo  benefit  of  your
cheerful .in 1  disinterested  Inhor   and
hoar grateful testimony  la the benefit derived from your wise ,-o opera
1 iim  in,i counsel
We reclgnlae the distinguishing
gifts with which tho great head .|f
Ihe church has endowed you, an.i (he
grace H.- has given you lo place these
gifts nl  His disposal for sen lee
We hope lhat your severance from
us may  te only  temporary, and thai
after .1 season of change and rest you
may again unite with ns in tho wor
tlilp and wot k of the church.
We asl. your acceptance of this
brooch as a sllghl Indication of the
lifuh esteem In which ��e- hold you,
and   ��<���   pray    1l1.1t    our    Heavenly
Di   Walker, w   s  c,
vahwell   Chtlllwaek
illowlna,  -I-  the  report
1  tin'  shareholders    *
Trustee
.m.i  Mr
The
Ullltedl    ^^^^^^^^^
.lay '
The  w estnilnster Tt usi
l> .. -Mi Con pany. Umttod
Thir.i annual report e.f the dfr
of  tho  Westminst* r Trui -   and
'i'ile
le
III,I       'Me','
Safe
ruled
.IM , m',.| .
and
ie.-    -. 11
M.  :   i'..     I :,l .   for   lhe'
30th   April.   190"
Te. tho SliMioho!.:. : ��� 1 :���
of ihe \\.��� 'niltiHtei Ti 11
D* .'-e companj limited, 1
are In ��� a iinlitln 1 their thlitl ann .1
, ,'m to ��lilch i. appended l! ������
usual financial statement gl\ ng he
n lilts ,m the compani ��� - 11 iloiv
r." ih.. mm: ended 10th Vpril
The revenue, of the comp
...-���-'.-.......  inuu uiiaw.i .'i'i,,',--   .    . ,  ���         ""   compan*   .in
,'   "��� Taylor spoke pracllcnlly along   ���or.ion o    ^TtTJ*^^*?���  ' "''     "3   '
lhi    Slime    Hnps   no    ��..     ,,..,,.. . .VOHISCII   ,in,|   f.iti,||v. ,|v,���,     -'w;o;:rr      ,,  ��� I,      ���!,.,
ai  all points, ami  an  averag
of water maintained,
"A*nd,   whereas,   tbe ocean
iiiii
traffic
a now hospital wil
���   ":.l,iiiL'.     and      a*^	
estimate of the cos*   Naples or Marseilles and
Ij ' $50,  ii  now   lan    to London, England.
-' c��nd elevator Ins      Probabl;     the    pa ,vill    dlvitle,
���:'       will    reach   ",,: oing  each   route     Those  get-     ,���.,      ,,    ,
1. 1 ,��� ,,,.   ,        ,H,       ti       k-    1 additional business is of ferine forthis
���iu.uuu or this has al-   "ng  ofl ,.;   N'apli go to  Rome ... ,, .
port  n lilch  woul | Involve the brlng-
in-   here of a 1 iss of v*
1 ,���.���   ,1,    1.11      1    ^ 1 r,        !iK,n tbose engaged    In the    lumber
down   the   R line   : ���   1      igm.    From
linos as  Mr.  Jardine, nn I
mrse nf his remark ; describ-
the governmenl had done fo
iho St, Lawrence river between Quo-
bee and  Montreal, and the greal ex
pendlture Ihnl ha.! entnlled.    Havlu
���Ol.a ted or prom-
|ir mils* .1   by   I 1*
��� nl   will  be  avall-
tho    $15,000
'��������� a phllnntrophlsl
oon   is   I nil.lin ���
iame 1 r this gentle-
:.:. :   VII]  11, then i , !.'.���   ne, Switzer-
i.im ;   from  here to 1        ;fort, I
 ���	
lo   Vntweri        1 on to London,
'��� :-. ;lan I     1 In ii   .     ,.   ���     \| i.sellli s
I    0 'ii:-'-.      to   Paris,    , nd
then   to Le nd . I from
lillshed until some  1 ;���; 1 foi - it Octobei
idi    hai also given  20,
nil ling, whileth��>     1      ���      ���   . . ,,,]-, m,,
1 '"���'    fundi      :,, n   fron    -;'" Rudolph
��� -   ot 'I'"    maternity    Vr* ti     ; c 1   C'urran,     I     E.    Hin 11,
Ossle Donnldi on   V\    ! I, Orllla;
the  building  of   n .   1.   r.       .  ���    ,-.      Coombs,   VIc-
. -cuiiy aboul  elgh-  tor Grahn ��� . B    Iford     I   Gil ien, W.
Utln,    Toronto     ! 1 -;,
i\evv Murtoii,   Toronto;     VV      H.     Hunley,
ank for 8eattle, Stratford:   Thoma iley,  Midland:
-Wiih    11   paid-up   Gordon     Macdonald,    Porl     Vrthur;
':'"  "f^^ '-'ver fully taxes the   ......   ,   tlle nntllrnl advnntnRCS ���.,
Present capacity of_ the_ channel, and Unclud   I  his remarks  by  B,,bmU,l���
''���-  Following  resolution:
in   connection   with  lhe re-
- "ons of ih,. Transportation
comm !'-''   thai certain  parts In li.c.
1,0,1 :   '   leclnred national ports with
endi nl   advantages  s *   oul   In th
'   I   '  nission, the n	
1,11 ���' actively urges on lhe govert
menl "' Canada lhal NTcw Westmin
ster should be Includo.l In  ,���v BChem,
���: 1 :������ for the ai commodation .ef
which the 1 Iver m isi be I* *pen* d and
- ��� r Ightened,
-.  .    ni, ��� ��� 1    ������   |i di ��� ��� ini ee-  and
ti  Igi ������ ning   of   Ihe  c! innel   would
��� ��� ��� vi nl floods in the upper
���   m      if  tho  riv* nffording
1 Sii'iii'dl^^^^^^^^^^^p^H
M    :     RUGG,   Pastor,
0, H   PRIDE, Pres  Mission Circle,
\   1111 1.. Pres, i.a.Hos"   \i,i
\   W, DYMOCK, Pn B   B   V   I'  W
iiiinii-.i lately    after    receiving    Ihe
brooch, Mrs  Postill replied In suitable
terms, commenting upon  thfl
uhich she fell in lia*Ing to sev
, .ei ction  with    the    ohurch
wiih      Im    charges
ulalnli   .,'  onl
Iv.mI.  ;^e;l;ci'
1    lusl  :ho   .im'.o   nio
in ihe mi mm and   1
.   .   n or the year, I
Ing $147 ��� tight  foi ward, atw *
ns :i    ott     I  thei" a"
dliei ton    lia       -.
regret   dlvi lend
���r hor due 1st Mav       0
one  . -
 ^^^^��� ,'inil    .'..
^^^^^^^^���...     iii'l"   I
which i ii<' luni been so long stsociat-  rem    an so    have
*'.!     \  shorl  .111! lui.iiai'ii' program cai led ti ind br*
of music nml singing  was rendered forv '
Mr     Postill  is a  daughter ��' ""''"��� -
Into  Rev,  Mr   Jnmlesnn,  ilia
Pi i'.'..1 lerlnn pastor of B
au active worker in the'
1 i'      i ,
'"    ' "    roi.ii.anV_
,,,"n.'v, :"- - -���	
lopn
,.-���..' ,i 11,
�� . and u.e
'
readier escape for the volume of wa-^       '  '  '��   l *���    >^'^ ���Jm* ��?���� ^{T  ^ ,hflt ,lm     -
ii.
ter  resulting   from   neltli     Bnow   In
liring.
!'.��� ll resolved, thai tb
Mill .11)'
take imraedlati
maintain h channi
minion
���'   "   '<"iuo.li. in spcnRing on th
Uioughi  thai   ll      ired ���,   hn
���_________________________________.' " ""I e.n
,s ,,r8entl5   " -:'   :'"'  '"  Ireilg.   e',.i    no, ,,,,���.,, , ,���.
s 10 provide and   in linn 1      \
fr��n' NV"- Wesl     i    ,,, ,,. thj'g
I Mi
Sl
of $1,100,000, the
: Ci mpany and the
National,   Bank    bave
s'-::tile' syndicate
' 'ol   Mill.    Articles  of
filed    yesterday
�� 'any, which  lias a
of    $500,000,     The
1 has reserved iis
iptroller of the cur-
1  probably  be formally
!"   lilMl' to do  business
,ri'si company will no!
Ilve opsrations Immedl-
���   l]l" ' He!   Of   III
.Bin"'" field,
hl'ilal
give
Mil
"Buck ' Lambert, Mt, For* sl;
Kearns, Arthur; Franl Grace
prior;     l.oslic    Backus
Jack
A rn-
Shelburne;
[It..
anil
'nr.
ll ���
Dee
hi
mil,is"r '" raouth '" Frns?r rlwr  ���" !'���   ''     ml another dredge was belne
n depth   ������  not loss than twenty five   bulli  .,, Toronto for    worl    on   thi
'"'' ''   low u'""r" nm1 "' ,lli"' ","1 '" r    -���    Ivo,   which would before Ion.
construct   another   dredge,   ir  neces- 1,   ��hI|jpoa  ������,  m(i  ,,,                  "
sary, and expend a sufficient sum on w*    minsli       The  small  traffic   Ij
dams and  permanenl  works required pnsi   ,,. .     i,, 1  ..n                           '
F,'I"K     l{""-':1'    Toronto;     "Buzzer" 1 to protect and maintain such chan-1seeminn lavltv ���� t    " "'"
Gordon, Stratford.                                LeI�� '���  \''U> "' ,'1" B��vernmenl re-
���'��� C Miner received  the .' -ing     The ��� , havJng ,���.,,, ,,,,���. ,,,���. ; 5?.W��ta5SSif '"" i"""""
letter lnsl -"k from "   "��� R0SB- ���� Uussion  was  in order, and  many  0! Ing a. presen   ' l,    .,_,!' ,""'""
Me" ���'���'"������  Vl,3tral,a;     '."���"">  ,h" the gentlemen present expressed their ernment would h iVmZ �� nL!2
')ress  lhal   :'"" a,re    ':lii"Lr   �� Aus"   views .rn the. subject,    Mr, Small. l���   improve nts,    Por his      rt
irniln   with  an all Canadian  lacrosse an8wer ,��� ���  mwi  ft,������ ,������ ,,������. ,���,,,���, W;���     .(                '    ���      ���   ;
team* '"" as an off,cla1 '" ""' Cana-   'odH  '""  floor.    He consldet   that in  his  power lo push  the ,1       '
dian governmenl here, 1 wish to as-  the Fraser rivor was the greatest as-  Ottawa,  '     '
n in a she ns loclatetl hei self with the
Baptli is,    She has been presi
lhe   Ollvei   BII le clas     1     pn slden
of  the   Bnptls!   Women'     x'    ilonnr)
siii'loi -.. ainl ha'  , Iw .1    taken an
Inrge nporo* riatlon line]  the Intel 1       1    I depnri mi 1 1
la yoar for   Iredgln.   lu  church,   siio leaves shortly    for
Oknnngnn,  bul  will  return    here
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Lahore, in-iia. Vis ��� vnnther ar
resl  has   been   madi
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newspnpei   Indl 1    published    In
Punjab.    He IS oh     .1 with Ini
disaffection.    The charges are .i;rave
nnd hull han been refusi ei in the
,,,   with  bl IB lo Ulv
ous movemen!       '       '" ^e vessel.
IrbankS
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vour visil is anticipated by Canadians   1,   Was also an opportunity, and  as and to the point,
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1000 Men  Out.
Passe. Twenty  ,cebe.g_ :   ""   ��"
sure you of the heartiness with which |80t that,N*'w AVos���i,inH,or po.sessVd |    D. 8.' .',������,.������ remark's  wor,. .trons Iohw 1��"____!. .* f   U'""M the **'  "!""   "' ��� lng !!",!"
and to    ni    Ha atronalv ��_��n       1  L     A��tor'a. Just in from [.fcr I pening ol     ,   ,,
SUCh  OUght  tO developed  SO   ���   to  he | oa.od   the  ap^l J Of^ToL", ^ | Z^uJ I   1���   ^ ' T ^ ^ '      * S ll
mionofth     i���  , I' ' ���' """ I ��f,IlG greatest benpfit l'������W��- With  to accompany Mr. Kenne.lv to ottn !,���%/����     bat"r(lav    s'" I j including painters     clumber. '
.,    ,  .   I"'"M,L    ;""' opponents here  for they are playing  ,���,  place In  the    prairie    province.   Westminster, and ln conclusion Mnvtd ?        *? ^r" ",1 ~  """      '
'   '���"""��� oa|)lta, ,hl1" a   first-class   brand   of   lacrosse.    In  considerable increase in freight would   the following mnllon '   - ��� M!!tered '   '
 'Pa7.l11  the Melbourne and    Adelaide    especially, come west and it was therefore Im-      "That a committee ,���������,, , , "    ~~~~~'
^ells lhe total cap- v������ w,��� ������,, teams tha. will prove  pcratlve  tha.   preparation   sho,,,,,   bo'collec! nnd prepare ... ;!,
tiere
.vou
and   our  own   dosire   to assist
in any way.    no nol  underestl-
td   "menl workers, stopped work
gi-o.'i'     i      ij__r^^^
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surplus   of   Seattle j worthy  opponents.    Anything  I  can
Hons  to nearly $24,- do tor you will be done mosl cheer-
ltin<_   vour   commands,   f
' more than Port-   puiiy,     \;,,
-.iinl.
inain, etc'
mnde to facilitate the coming and go-j pany  with Air.  kp,
'ng of oooan vessels, which  would of   sumo l.ofnro th
a necessity he required to handle th"
ncreaie,    In  view also of the evei
llOIIHIfl.1	
Tho  nppoln
New Governor nt Bermuda.
i i     v. '        i                                        i,.,.,. Hamilton,   Bermuda,   May   22���The
.ihers pres announcement  Is  made that    Lieut-
til  spoke,                 hoi     .ore       ��� fen.  Josellne    Heneage   Wodehouse
m, i                              \v)ii(r   \\ 'ms lieon njipointed governor of Ber-
G '���'���������    >                 '���    Bryne, Re*'v muda in suecessiqn tOv Sir Robert Jtfi-
"          Bui  Mi.                   rai oth* <_regor Stewart recently resigned: ''���TTfarT*:
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
THURSDAY. MAy
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Over 6,000 different songs,   instrumental
pieces,  solos,  etc.,  etc.,  to choose from.
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LIGHT WITH DYNAMITE
BLOODSHED FEARED IF GL'GGEN-
HEIMS PERSIST IN TRYINGTO
CROSS   A.   P.   RIGHT-OF-WAY.
Valdez," May   22.���JI.   K.   Rodge-s
i representing  the   Northwest * n Ral'
way company, a Guggenheim corporfi
tion that is building a line .: the interior,  is   here endeavoring  to  have
troops sent to Catalla.   Th i Guggen
helm   people  attempted  to  coss tha
right-of-way  of    the    Alas'p-Pacl" ���
company, and    their  piledr'ver    in-
I wrecked by dynamite when   he cre.*
I went to supper.   Bloodshed  i    feare1
if the Guggenheim people a.t'mpt  t.
continue  the  work.
The   Alaska-Pacific    conv-ny   hn
I applied for and  loon grante!  by th3
federal court at  Portland   in injun.
tion forbidding the crossln .
: NECKLETS:
See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklets, in GOLD, SILVER,
GOLD - PLATED    and    PEARL.
Trains & Steam i
C.P.R
W. C. Chambcrlin The Jeweler
AGENT HAMILTOrit   WATCH
Leave X. v.. ���
CP.R.  M
Leave:  X.  \V.  &
Leave Semi:,, .
C.P.R   WESTM! ",^hn-
Leave X. w   ,
Arrive X. VV. 8 ;.,
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11.(1
lv. x. w. !.._���;,;,;;   ; ':A'u-Ay
w. & v.   v ��� .
Lv. N. w. 3 p. m. and 5..:
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m
[COUVER
and 4,
SENSATIONAL     FINISH.
NEW  WESTMINSTER'S *
MUSIC   HOUSE
Agent for the Dominion, Nordheimer and New Scale Williams Pianos   >;
Singer and Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines ><
"a>X*Z<*Z*X*'X*W^
"Look at This"
West End, 4 lots, ali cleared,
with lots of fruit, sizes of lots
41x177; also small house containing 4 rooms. This property
is well situated, and will be sold
for $4,000 on terms.
McLEOD, MARK &  CO.
Prisoner    Smashes   Brother   in   Crime
in Face Eefore ,'udge.
Halifax,   X.   S..  Maj   22.���Swift  mil
I severe punishment was meted out in
the police conn todaj Lo two men who
recently waylaid and murderouslj assaulted G.Verdi, an aged merchant, as
he w.as going home from his place ol
business. Verdi was struck down
with n bottle enclose"! in a stocking,
ainl after being robbed of $40, was left
unconscious on the street. Two days
ago the police succeeded in locating
|the miscreants,aid   today  tra  Carter'
and  Thomas   Walter.-   pleaded  guilty
to murderously assaulting Verdi, and
, wore sentenced to ten .'���our.-; each in
the penitentiary and to receive ton
lashes.
The trial had a ver.v dramatic ending, one prisoner knocking the other
, down. When they wore broughl In,
liis honor brief!) sentenced them.
Then  came the    sensational    ending.
; Wheeling round on liis follow prisoner,    Carter    exclaimed:    "Vou    ��� .
you're to blame for all," and Btruck
him in the face, knocking him down.
The magistrate and court officials
were dumbfounded for a moment, and
then   both   prisoners    wore  hurriedly
B U L. I��� _�� TT I 'M
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
1.oaves Daily
0 :_n a in
4:115 p in
4:35 ii in
9:20 a ni
3:00    ji in
f* MeTe       ]l   111
12:10 a in
NEW    WESTMINSTER
Arrives  Hail)
Blaine, Bellingham, Burlingl in, Mt. 3:00 p m
Vernon,   Everett, Seattle,  Portland 9:55 p in
Spokane.Sl Paul.ami all points Easl 3:00 p in'
Anacortes, Woolley,  Rockport 3:00 p m
yaji con ver 9:20 a m
I     4:'.'.'< p in
"The Owi,"  between  Son:-.".  Si _ 6:20 a ni
Westminster & Intermedia e points  W",,,,��'��*��4
Leave   Xew Westminster for Guichon    3:50 p. in.     Arrive
Guichon i'i p.m., Monday, Wednesday,  Friday.
8:45 a.m. arrive from  luichon; 9:10 a.m. Lv. for Vancouver.
ROUTE  OF THE  FAMO US "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
--,., 2 Daily  Overland Trai rs 2 ,J
Spokane, St. Pan!. Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis   and   all   points   East
For complete Information, rates, berth reservation, etc., call
i a "'' "ddress,
F. C.  MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,       -       New   Westminster, B. ('.
H. M. ADAMS. Asst. Traffic Mgr.
King Street, Union  Station, Seattle, Wash.
&KK*1*X*1*Z*Z*X^^
f "The Best is the Cheapest" |
Lv. X. w. 9:35 amfift
2.20 p.m. '       u'^l
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. __��� ar
8:45 p m. and 6 p. m      '    "'���
Mondays onlv.
B. C  BLECTRIC-VANcouvj.
Lv.  xew We_tmia8ter 5.50,51
and 8 a. m., and ,.:. half hn_f iw'l
after till 11 p, m. *     '^if
Lv.   Vancouv,:   ��� ,-  a'��.t��,i
Same hours, * w
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Fraser River and Gull
Ul' RIVER
Benver���
From X. W. Mon, v.   | j.-., .
From  Chwk.  Tu., i,,fl
Ramona��� l��
From X. W. Tu . \     Sat. Sal
From c.'im k. .: ������.
DOWN rivi ;.
-.nDBfar���*
From x.'.\ x g ..t
Add. trip, Mon I      :.. a.m,
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Mail Service
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'The Farm Land Specialists,"
New  Westminster
AGITATORS  JAILED.
WE HAVE
Foreign   Strikers   Kill  Greek   Laborer
f Near   His   Home.
All the leading brands of
Teas and Coffees
You can get your favorite
 -AT	
Adams y Deans
Sail   Lake  City,   May
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J WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
J      AND PEA COAL.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRL.
ni,ms and one Greek are in the
I county jail tonight as the resull of
the killing of Anast Kozanis, a Creek
; laborer, at Bingham Junction, Monday night. The tragedy was an incident of the striki' which has been enforced againsi the United States Mining and Smelting comapny for the
last   week.
Austrian strikers were picketing
the Bmelter and some member of this '
group shot Konzanls while the latter
was near the door of his own house.
Today a squad of deputy sherrifs
rounded up the eleven prisoners on
the suspicion that they were connect- I
���il with the homicide.
More 'han half of the employes of
i'i"  smelter  are still  at   work  there
the   smelter   arc   still  oul   and   work !
- is suspended.
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The old rule works both ways if you get your dental work
done by the "Boston Dentists." Our operators are all graduate ape
cialists of many years' experience. We employ nee others. Their
work, accomplished with the ail of the "Boston Dentists'" patent'
ed painless methods, is the besl known I > the profession Our
gold aiui porcelain crown and bridge �� irk cannol be equalled anywhere at any price,    Let us give you in estimate,
We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years Wiih a
Protective Guarantee
Se ittle, via S .-.-. i   ;
Sapperton an I ��� ;
siele,  No,  J   7.45 a l    [|
Vancouver,  No   1. 7.45
UM!   Cloverdale,
Blaine ,S* attle . ��� r . -.,
Van. &. Cen. Pai
Victoria     .   .    .
blast Burnaby ..  . 1.13pm, l
Ladner, 8teveston,
etc  I   i
C.P.R eas', Sappe
ton, Millside an I
Cojjiiitlain    	
Van.   and   Bum I
G X U.  Flyer       I
Tlmberlan I,  T n
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Read Our Prices���They Never Change
Full ser of teeth $5 and up     ().���: i   Fillings...,
Gold Crowns   $5.00     Silver  Fillings...
Bridge Work, per tooth.. ..$5.00     Exl acting	
. .$!   and   up
    50c
 50c
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  .DR. A. R. BA KER.  Consulting Dentist.
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NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.   ���
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COMOX COAL AND COKE.
*    CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
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VANCOUVER PORTLAND CEMENT.
* 'I I.e.    celebrated   C* ment   ia
��� used by nearly all large contract-
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY
BRICK.
and     MANTEL
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
or.s in the Provinci
R08EBANK  LIM!
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN
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TILE, *
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SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.      ���
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t Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 ��
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E_pectorat"rs Beware
Tacoma, May 22.���Thewomen of
Tacoma have made so many protests against filthy sidewalks that
Chief or Police Malony has given oi -
dei s for I he ai n st of anyone found
guilty o! spitting on Lh* sidewalks or
in  any  public  hallway or building.
The "sidewalk kalsomlners" In Tacoma are many, and it loo! i as
though i here woul I be a ful! h iu i
for a  few  weeks al  the city jail,
Noliei's hav*. le. i'ii  nni   up by Chief
Malouj   an.i  orders    to arresl
in mii   isseii'ii   to  the   members  of
police  force.
have
if thc
The Cells Are Filled.
Winnipeg, May 22. Rocatise of lack
of accommodations al the police station, fourteen men and one woman. .
serving sentences there for In Ing
drunk, were this morning discharged
from custody, There were In all sixty prisoners In thc cell -, while Hum- ���
are sleeping quarters for less than
thirty, While II Is nol uncommon
for iho city jail to become overcrowd-
I'd.it is _eldom thai such a large num-
l>* r al this time of year are. confine 1
for drunkenness,
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Slock Plain and Fancy G'ars.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Tidal Wave Wo *s H .  gc,
New   Vm' .  Ma,     22,    '      ��� ipatcli
rrom s- dne*    N.  S, VV.,    ���; ������    "It 'a
rc ioi led   thai   n   hurrlean ���   mil   ti*l *
". ::\" swepl over I he Caro     <   s'aii ;
'-.  rl!   !";(),    Two   hun !rod    ������  'im.m  a"
Fl lie!     In     Ml! V"      I ' PII     !e 111(1 I e'l I'll
��� mi'   : . ., ���".    !    ." "   n   i ���_   ������
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL .1 .,.00,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, nnd in London, England,
\i",i VeiMk. Chicago nml Spokane, r.s.A., nnd Mexico City. A Gen-
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available win. correspondents in all parts of the
Worl.I.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In suras of .1 and upwards,
and Interesl allowed al 3 per cent, per annum (preseni rate) added
fcir times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. 0. I). BRYMNER, Manager,
Canadian Pacific RailwayC
British  Columbia Coast L'm
Servic;.
TIME T\BLE
B.  C.  Ciisi  L.n; Serve-,
ALASKA ROUTE. .
(Subject to i hai      i ;
Princess   M i
May 9.
Princess   M ij.
May 19.
Princess   M i .
May 29.
VANCOUVER^ I
S S. Princess VI ��� '-}|
ver, l p.m. daily.
Leaves Vlctorl i  laily
VICiORIA-SEAl     ER
PRINCESS   11 \ Rl ;-
Leaves Vli I irl ' '
at S:J0.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINST!
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Vict* ;
Friday at T a.m., ami leav   '*
minsie'i' on  We In* '
at. 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO BOUTfil
S. S. Joan
LeaviM.s Vane mver la Ij :i: ���
WEST  COAST  ROIjTE.
Ste.iiner Queen City.
Leaves Victor ��"
7th,  and   lliii   ' ���      1
i|not;   leavei \   i
Quatsino an I way po
LOWER FRASER RIVER P0UT|
Steamer Trans'*'
Leaves   Nen   v.,      n
lay,   Tuesday,   Weilnesday,   H
,n'l   Friday at  Z ��* ��JI
et . p. iii. um:, ..:;  ��� -:" '-'���"
lay at b a. m T�����,
Leaves Stev*   ton M n     J
Wednesday, Thu ��� :'',',;.
7 a. ....;  Pridaj  al '   '  D
trip Saturday 5 p. !����� -
UPPER FRASER RWEB "" I
B. S.BM����'        T
Leaves   New   -' ' ' '^J
Mondays, Wednes     -  ' '   T..ei]l
Leaves Chi ll�� i     : '' ' .������v.\
Thursday   aud   Saturday*^*
landings   bel i ��������� i'   ' '
nnd Chllliwnck.
NORTHERN B. & R��U
S. S. Tees
., at S I''5
Loaves Vancou\ei ���        ,,,
mei  Hth or each ��0DtJ'Bel|,(j
Sklde'gate on flrsl trip '���'���'  '\t
on second trip. 'l'"'ie ����
leparfure nn- ������'-'' v'''' n(or��j|
por   reservations and -      1
ca��� or address    ^        gj
;,_,.. ce, Pass A^Wjl
General Superintendent*       I
( ��� THE   DAIL I   KE W >.
orthern Jp
pacific
Tran
Three
..continental
Trains Dail>
the Pan   n_
-.-: UMITEI
��� -.:...-     L  r Rati -
���'. Service.
York. Chicago.
Toronto, St. Paul
I   _nts east
���-    -. -.���-���   :    _..:'."   -
;,;..:;;   Rate*   Round   Tr :
.,:   ts   5-".:" -*"1   Ca   ': ra s.
Mon or write
eneral Agenl
. ax -. B. -
madian Pacific
[railway company
ria Day Excursion.
all ���' - .."
BSE FARi AM 0NE-THI8D
md trip.
Maj  22, _   and 2.
���   May 27.
Er.  GUI Lhl,
C. P. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
[and Trunk Ry.
cellent Train Sen-ice Between
jcago. London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
[ntreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
���   I] ai business centers of
LSI EBEC ami the MARL
PROVINCES.
0, NEW YORK ano
HIA, via Niagara Falls,
il les, etc., address
GEO. vv. VA'JX.
Itant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
'. lams St, Chicago, III.
TAKE
he White Pass
 "| DYMOCh GOES
Distinctive Spring j    5mm)
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He consider the individual, and it is our aim fo
give you at a given price infinitely greater intrinsic worth in material, fashion an.i fit than
you  may   expect, perhaps.
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A Big New Stock
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In   the   range   of Shoes   froi
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$3.00   to  $7.00
will be found the expression
ot our idea of what is meant
by "Distinctive Shoes" in the
broadest sense.
We believe that every man of taste will be able
to discover here just that which he has been
seeking without finding.
Whether you consider price, or whether you do
not, you will not have done your best if you
miss  seeing
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school 1.    ���������   ....    srniK
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He expect, to be at Ri
foi   -��� -. ���  . '   -    m hs   .���-. 1.1   h hioli   I e
��ill   resume  bis   liitfoi   _. i   thi	
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Webb's  ano  i_o\vnej s,
from 5c up,
If   you   have  :\   '.y*\
friend, we are suit she
v iii appreciate a box of
Fresh   Chocolates.
Curtis' Drug Store
.  .?.'  o: R SHOW WtNDOW
NOTICE.
E. SINCLAIR'S!
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Large Display of Fine Footwear
\\ ,-   [he  undei '-iiMiii-.i    ai>m-'" -���
- i    . \   . .M.'e   (hal   In  mm in r all ��� y.:.
..ee.    ill.    -...';<���   mm.   let:.'     than
.   rt i    -.-    for th ���������  irl|i on ���!>���
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WEST END iinivt i;\
tl Gllehi 1*1   Mm
GEO    .DAMS
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El  Paso,   i'i \.  m.m  .       .mm Yaqui       \n\v,s  _  DEANS
ul la ns .i  Sonera, Moxt* c    re \,��  WiMtminstei   B   C
orteJ to  lie .ouimi on lh    'v-m.   path Maj I, 190"
ml Janu s Simpson anil  I ��� ��ard v.-
mm.  who  arrived   fi om    ihe     .. qti
ON    THE    \VARP-\TH.
Y.aqul    Indians    k n    Twr \c   Men
Terror  Stricken  Inhabitants,
i lUlll!!";.    Ms!i I.!.,.'.   sill i il      ' .1   i'ii  I
h.   i
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ATI ANTIP * C TC A M C HIP C    ^^>>>>>>>eeC��*^>>::���:*.��_*>'.��_��, ��.���'���'>'�����::���:��:.���':���>'.���:.��� >��:��:j����_��:.*"*k
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.    * r""*' ' "     " i #
=FINEST   AND   FASTEST^
'(
id Yukon Route Kre,
EMPRESSES
��l
000 [EMPRESS I'K BRITAIN 1I4.50J
Power ( EMPRESS OF !l;l.LA.Nl' J      TM.
< . <   .RIROSS, ATLIN,     Nesl ,.r:.,, ,��������� QlI(   ,,, Ma,
TF.   H   RSE,   DAWSON   and
J Daily  trains   (except  :  ���  '   :'       ,tes "ii;  '''���'���'   ' ,]   '"
:��� ���:<   passengers,   mail, ductons in fares, apply to
fre ght    connect    with
��� ess and White Horse,
>   i through winter service. C.  P.  R   M   '������'
tion apply to
|H   ROGERS,   Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver.   B.  C.
ED. t.; i);'!.' 1
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9
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preseni   raid  lhe Indlinis an* Rflld  lo   j
-..i\,. -.(lh     tt>ii   \t< \-.mi".     and   twi   J
Uneri* ans, two of Ihe d* ui M* xleana   J
avli     hoen se* n  I ���   Sin ��� ������> n    Oen
i'.M res   wllh  a   Ini Be    ��� ''   ol   ti oop -
is pursuing the rndlnns,
fhe Inhal I ants    nl    Sahuai lah     \ J
Mexlran  town  of   R.OOrt,    are  terror
���ji   itrlekei -  of Ih< ��������������� hav*
i.
���  Va (ills are said    lo hai.    been
,���]  di Iven   In   ouihre i_ stnrva! Ion
ii.!   have 11 osseil   i he  rivi r,  rnldlnn
!:,' _etllenients in the north for tli
li-.i   lini.- in   in.my   years
The Finest n.'"eel Largest Stock of F\iraiti_re is to be seen al FALES.
Our clearance sale is still on    Over .-15,.90 stocli still to "'���
N...  goods arriving dailj*.   Latest stylei and best finishes,
W. E. TALES,
PURNfTURC    EMPORIUM
KIDNAPPING   .TORN    A   PAKB
I
.*,  Chicago  Man   "Mytterloutl)   H*ld   at ���
Quelph" is in Sanitarium,
Ottolph,  Onl .   m ij   ���'.'     i llden    B.
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
1.1M! I'll'
33d Hastingi si w . Vaneouv^r,
Bookke.ptng, Qregg im.i Pitmaa
Shorthand, Megraplij and En
jlneertng
Seven   Teachers
/��� orty-Five   Typewriters
Sn i'i\ i '��������� Al ,\\ in     in   Dl m kND
11. SMDli. B.A., Prinripal
A... Ill
Atlant
companies     ,���;   ,
71E and 713 Cclumb.s St.      Four  Floor*.      Re.ii" Extension,  Fronl St.   S
a  lliitrhlnson,    a    mil known    socle!vI
F. CRAKE
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
he Milwaukee"  Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
*ji;_>^>i?��>>>:i��>>>>>>:'*;i��>>>-��>i>;>.>. MCQCi.
Por.'--  Limited"   St.  Paul   to
|��Eo.  'Short   Line"   Omaha   to
'���South    West    Limited" ���e  only all  rail  rout^[between all
Ci.        r,. points east, west and south to Koss-
-.y io i_nicago. ^n^ Ne|son an(j intermediate points
ill   the   service   on   any eonnecting at Spokane with the Great
r ��� world  that  equal  in N"nr.e.u,..,,   Northern Pacific and O. R.
��� ���    :  "f the Chicago, Mil- & N   ( ,,.'
Paul   Railway.     They '  c0'nnec'ts at Rossland with the Can-
tr their own sleeping ,jjan   pacjfic  Railway  tor  Boundary
I ii ..111 their trains and Creek pointSi
i ���   .in  excellence  ol     (- nnect!   at    Meyers    Falls    with
l ��� linable elsewher*^ stage Hiily for Republic,
ROVVE. General //gent.      Buffet   service   on   trains   between
' or Aider Portland. Or. Spokane and  Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November    ro,
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS VOUR SECURITY
WHEN  VOU   HANK   WITH
__  The
"���" ���-" "��� J- " ��� '"-" ��-"����������li"""'      English Watchmaker
���>>>>_eo_0��X1OC��>>_>li3C��>_l_e rltj   -:.r. .|  -.>...  kldnnpppd from
1 h0rt? .m.i ni.v.t.rlouslj hold In n it!    '"'" ,/""* '"""  C*��o, Adam*, Grot_n
I real In 0 udph,    la    hor*    all   i Ight
' noiiji ���   nil .. -i ,. itloni .11 tiir Home
.e i ud ������ inlini luni,     i tc r imo here nf
hi ��� i'i\ e    ..  �� ei; .m.i in.ni,  in r, ..'..ii i
iirran i I
Found  D.-.iii,
'  hcrnf!,   M   i-.   Maj   . ' \\ mini i
W  ill.IM .     |l|liplll.\ . .1      I'M        I .'.. I.\       ill   .
II.    ('     I \ mii"   .   COIII illll' ) i Hit!
[HEN GOING EAST
ICKET AGENT
Ti i SEND YOU OVER
PE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
igoi.
Leave
g.20 a.m.
I2.2S p.m.
9.40 a.m.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS  OVEIi   45,000.000
Dav Train Arrive
.. Spokane ..-���" is l'11'.
..Rossland  ... .410 p.m.
..Nelson  6.45 p.m.
II. A. JACKSON.
We- welcome small accounts nn.I pay interest four Union
1 year on Savings Bank deposits.
Tr;
F. B. LYLE,   Manager.
.iii  found Ij iu-. .mi 1 ho  1  _l
llOIISO   III    Hie'   ell   Mile   111)!    ' .1   I	
e.i  1,1,...,i     \  rifle In 1   non -in    ue
��� .ninltiHiloii,   li   ii uh   1.mih ��� 'Im!   lh*
hullel   li.il  Rone   I lii'oii_ll '���     bo'
W*' nr   ilu'   ii.MHI,   I-.1:1.iiii- rton
1 wn    llO'll       .1.1    1 ee tiril '        \\ 1 ,   i'i       le 1 I
lei'i'll   Hill I. : ill".   M ..mi   Iiii . .'il,-   )' 1
..nni'' 1 line,   11.- ��us   01 n In Mi ii'nri i,
1 mtnrlo, enn! Ii.im Iwo In nun' iu Hi .
counl rj. ini'' ni W hom 1 esid - In Vftl  ,
con vi .1    1 le   m ns  til oul  BO , eiirs  ��� ���'
ago,
1 .e.i'."- Qold \\ iiti'h,'.. from $i_ .8 up
i.'i'ieii. "m.m 1   Silver   w niches,   open
i.e.., $0,00,
(lenl vmi.'h' . giii n   w (itches, doubl.
. .1..'. $.,80 up
1 . ni for lhe celebrated South Bend
w uti lie".. supplied lo the \Vellman
Vretlc i\i edition     \n ivarrmited
I'li.ini 1, iiii'.- , Jewell i, etc., etc
\v ii'-ii   1 epnliim-.,    e'le.nmi"'   1 easoti
tibia
'ns  Every fay in the Ye.ir
BETWEEN
fnneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Westminster Iron Works
Action   A(|_iiir(   ('.Ir.inri.
Ottawa,    * ini,   Mni    il    Km.'i ��� nn
GENERAL MACHINE ANU KNOINB  ���.���  |(js     |||siilI|ll,,|     ,,     ,.l|���,hl,1|    ,.,,.,;,,���
WOKK. lrTL      af* J* t__ I C C* liKiilnsI   lh*'   liliiin*'!'.   nl'   Kii'il'Ticliiii
SHIP SMITHING, BK1JJUM and      j | |jg l^ana.aia.11 D3.I1K Ol  ItOlUlTlGrCC Crockett, Hi*' editor, Is "M'H'Hel to te
r_*T_ n_ _amb STRUCTURAL IRON   WORK,     j   arrested today.
''    IKAIN  Oh   FAME , ,   ,���������   .Vnri:    inriudlng
NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.     Ornamental  Iron   wwk^ibob
vlted.
Fences, Gates. Plre escapes, etc. paid-up Cap tal, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
"'tsi the newest   and best ideas   rt"'. ��� '    u,ra nnd correspondence In- ��"u UH       F      �� f     ��
[ '.-;11, 'KT,   CONVENIENCE.   ���,,i. HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
��� 1 M liV.    It  is  lighted  with
Imf'^''^   '""'  Kas; tllc  most
illuminated  train  in  the BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
JOHN REID,
pt.
WALKER, President,
BEOBIBJ B'VttHlun'.
r",;,i' irtinent   cars,   standard
,',".'". sleepers, luxurious dining
New Westminster.
f. O. <7<i.
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
I'".   smoking cars.
J1111
1? "ir.���.i'Srn: 500 Cords of fan Bark Wanted
At [the
Fraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
BANKING  BY  MAIL
Business may be transacted by m all  wiih  nm-   bi
iM.s, Folders   or any *"."��* j A(.,,(l|,n opened, and deposits made or withdrai
ormation  call on or write Di.prTanncry   attcntlr ��� to out-oMown accotln ts,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���If. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
Hotel Guests.
Guielion���11.   ,\.   Kennedy,  Vaiii'im-
ALEX,  LAIRD, General  Manager.  |vcr.   r   R   ,.,.,,.      Tor0nto;     .,,,���������,
Flnill.iy, VaiKiiiivoi-;  ii. A. Gould,  W.
C.  .McBowncy.   Toronto;     V    Davie,
i.il'.IH'I'.
Windsor    \I.   MnrrJVou,   Anacortei
::.  I'.islue,'.  Vktoifn;  G. D. GrllTin.
''. Blott, V'.iiii'iniver; .1. Garven and
���   ���   - .nn. Turner, Mtl 1
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Traitn _ Sprclally.
Tel.   Ii:i. Office,  eighth  _tr.��t,
NEW   WE8TMINt��TER.   D.  C.
WHERE TO OINff
In the
KOYAL CITY
Kenney's Restaurant
Open All Night
HORSE-SHOEING
1   of the   Bank,
���y mail.    Every
F- W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
po s
OPEN   SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Colon       :     . All
Jarvnl., St* L*
Vancouver; 11.
II.   Wai'ill".  O,
wond Avenue. Seattle, Wash
Thoroughly Reliable, Expeditiously
Finished,    Best of Workmanship.
 AT   '  ���"
H. N. KNOWS, ��� Dili St. -i -rj^CTussfipw 5
^'ywnsi
* THE   DAILY   XEW?.
THURSDA',
w
���M
"
I
THE DAILY NEwS
Pu�� lished by the Daily N'ews Pub-
Ishing Company Limited, at theii
>f_ces, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, li. C.
E.   A.  Paige    Manage
For  Luncheon���use WINDSOR TABLE SALT.  Itmaka
meat and eggs taste so much better.
.And ycu never feel it en food.
Never lumpy.
157
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
ver word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
which can reasonably be assigned for
th il sanction is that It was cheaper
��� , all iw iii" niaii to pul in overtim ���
than to so increase the staff of conductors thai overtime would not be
necessary. Therefore, while we are
bound to assume thai the judge had
���"sufficient justification foi both h':s
sentence and his censure, it appears
to be clear that there' was some one,
much higher up In the management
of the road than the conductor, who
was particeps Trunin's, and who
sho'il 1 have been made to share the
.
Day Office   A22 punishment also.    The  big men musl
Night Office   B22 be made to smart if recklessness on
���  ��� *" ' "  railroads is to le stopped.
^:ft>.M
THURSDAY.   MAY   23.   1907.
WESTMINSTER TRUST
PATS BIG INTEREST
(Continued From Page"" One)
Houses on Easy Terms
$1000
- :,. ,;,: Cottage;    good 1    ���    m .    block trom car.
$1250
.". room Cottage;    he-  in garden;    modern conveniences
S1500
!��� room Cottage (new)    on car line;    all convenien es
$1500
fi room Cottage;   _ lots iu fruit trees;    good location.
$2150
\i :-i mi.-: lot ."insi.".I', iii garden;  modern convenient ���-
6    l   ''Uli     1 lllilSe'
52000
mod mt.;    lo'  ii 1x160;
GOOD  ADVICE.
Speaking al the Jamestown celebration,    May    13,    Ambassador    Bryce .	
quoted Hi- old  advice "Cherish alike |]|(, ,,.,���. nf wh!ch has ,���.,.��� invested
.���umi cherish together liberty mil law.- [n Hrg)  mortgages ��,��� Improved farm
and  asked  "Could the ami.-in   moth- and clty property, with a value basis  |
erland, with her recollections of four- Q{ $:;7-'roi. ,..���.)���, $ioo invested
teen centuries of national    life    and      T1;i. financiai standing of iho corn-
seven   centuries   of  slow   bul   stead) ,,.inv  |s  now  such   thai   it   is   In   a
constitutional   development, send    to posit'fon  t0 hand]e   other    Importanl
her mighty daughter a better message busineSg which the company is auth-
than this old message.    Liberty and orlzed lo take) 8UCn aa executor   ad-
law   are   always  Inseparable.    With- ralnlstrator, guardian, committee   re-j
out liberty, there is no true law, be- celver|  assignee,    liquidator,    trustee
cans,.   law   sinks   into   being merely im(]ei. wills   ,.,,,.  illtewise  to accept
the   wiil   of  an  arbitrary   ruler  or   n
selfish  class,   ami   ceases  to   be   the
money   on   deposit.
thus
urnishing
���
cheap   money,   which   will    tend    to
will of the whole community.   With- greatly  |ncrease the future earnings
��ul   law  and  order  there  iri ��" true of the company.
liberty,   for anarchy means  that  the As vn(1 are aware, the eompany ha.
right.-   of  the  people   mil   the  gentle n,r(,n,]v   ad()pted   ,tg   ���,v|1   bylaws    J
and the weak are over-ridden by tho f.,.|pv of whirh wi��� shortly be niailwI
vi"''"m    In the union of ordered 11!,- t0 each shareholder, and under same
erty with  a law gradually   'emoulded cover  wi]]  be  found a copy    of    its
from age to age to suit the changing! memorandum of association, showing
needs  ol   .1,"  people,  there has  lain the  rules  under which  th-  company
anil there will always lie the progress is  governed  and  operated.
and  th,.  peace   both   of  England   mi! Your directors announce with much
A morica ^
regret the death of on.' of their col- ,
Whether  he   knew   just   how  hard leagues during ihe pas! year, Edwar'.
was hitting is another question. Chapman, who was one of the incorporators of the company.   To take the
WHERE   WOMEN   VOTE. place of this director, during tli- uii-
V.'  learn from an Eastern exchange expired  portion of Mi" year, your di-
thal   in   Finland,   where  the  suffrage rectors appointed  E. I.. Webber   wh >
m- i.eew really "universal," iiu- women, has acted  as secretary treasun r   be-
who compose  one   half  of  the  elec- 'ng the office  held  by  the  decease!
torate,   displayed   greal   eagerness   Lo director.
exercise iho franchise,    i.i  many .li.;- 'I'h'' statement no: only indicates a
tricts they  acted  as  returning    iffic- gratifying  growth   of ihe    company's
en     .', large numbe           ild  women, business  during  tli.-   jmi-'   year     to-
too   fi    iie   to   walk,   were   drawn   io gether   with   mi   accompanying    good i
the ; "li- 'ue    li   ��� ���.-    .   theii  children profit   from   careful  and  conservative
mid   grandchildren.     Married   women Investments,   but  also  affords   strong
ill)  .i'ii'  together to vote. Every- evidence -if the greal possibilities fo. ���
yhen    good   ... : -i     prevailed,     ami a  !'"':l1   company  such   ns   the West-
'," ���      i   was objection raised, or dls- minster Trust  an i   Safe   Deposit   Co.,
pleasure expressi i. al  women voting. '-1''-' operating mainly in the city and
The . o      emark  ble fact In the eli   ��� district   of  New   Westminster,
tions   was   the overwhelming   snce'css Your directors  beg l, suggest   thai
:.; the Social Democrats, to which, it 'll0 number of the members of your
is said, tin- women were more aumer- u��ard be increased ;.> nine, and thi
ontriubtovs 'ieen '!"-i.- ma!*- rela- a     '-'���' '   '   trustees be appointed
tives.    It. wil! s'M',.i-"   some   people A"   ot   which   i-   res    ctfull     .-    -
'.o  h-ii.i   thai   ihe   firsl   time   a   na- :i'"'' ''���
Hon .1   female   vote   was   recorded   It
Money to Loan
in large or small amounts, on terms and conditions
to suit borrower.
120 Acres
10 cleared, substantial house, orchard, 100 trees,
chicken houses and runs for 200 fowls, 5 miles
from town.
Only $25 per acre
PIRE    INSURANCE
If your   house,   furniture  or other property is uol  Insured, give
us a call.    We represenl the following lea iin-- Insurance   i unpanies:
HARTFORD  CO..   (Incorporated      1310
CONNECTICUT CO..   (Incorporated)     1850
INS. CO.  OF  N,  AMERICA   (Incorporated)      1794
PHENIX   OF   BROOKLYN (Incorporated)     1853
These old reliable companies havi
great fire since their incorporation.
���.   '���      I'M     M.M     loiter      Ml. Ml''
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia Street,        New Westminster. B. C.
PHone 85.
For Reliable
Watches and Clocks
Come to me.   Written guan
given with every purchase.
Accurate timekeepers and handsome presents.
Horace Dorer
���Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Mere h.int
Columbia St., next B. C. t . R. < >\ \..
. ACREAGE
A firs!  class farm in Chiiliwack District,   close    i        -.���..   .   ,
Price $75   per acre;   1-2 cash.
lnl acres on Pitt river, close to the Fraw     .. . -:.
kinds, ,i'.\  cleared,  aboul  55  acres  In   crop, price $7500.  .        . ���..
20 urn's on V, \v. & Y  Ry., in Burnaby, onlj ���'��� in
..!. small orchard, 6-room house, good barn, price $2ico, ; .
x acres on main roa I on Lulu island,clos e la     I $230., _|
cash, balance i is)  tei:���
30 acres on  Lulu lsl md, S00 j ai I     ������-��� itei   .rnnta_<
elf,  .  Ice  $'500.  to ee  cash   buyer
Hale &  Land
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTYJ
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.
Phone  335 ���'��� ��  lJox 2ei
CLASSIFIED   e*\D\ E : * 5EHEW
I
. HOLIDAY.
i
wen!  hea idly in favor of the Radic lis
CHARLES    PROUTY    TALKS.
Railway   Regulation   Mus;   Be   Strong
There   ia  :|   l'-"; ���'���'   ";|   '""   for     ,:           -Suggests   New   Department.
t        irovincial   educational   confer- ,	
ence to be held nexl fall. Tho ad- xew York, May 22.���Charles Prouty
visahilit. of se curing a set of na- raember of the In'.-:--mm. Commerce
lional texl books for Canadian schools commission, addressing the National
I   i   "" I ;':- ":'- leading topic    il  is   Manufacturers'     association      todaj
' ' ! " '        '��� -   said  the government should  exercls.
1    3mallfi '   l��ossil)le  advance on   ,. ,.,,. dlree|   ,. ,���.,,,,  (1V,.1.  ,)|(. capl| ,,
"   an(1 th(   elemination of ar    ,,,���,���.    of ,,���. railroarts wil] ,���. ,,,.
:'    -''''���   changes,   will   be   mm,m.m   the   1!ed ,,y ,,���. ,..,���,.���., ,_     ,,,,������ v ���.���,,.
:       '      considered. "Governmenl regulation Is Itself on
trial,    Regiilatl m  mu I  be Biifflcient-
The   com In ; '     ol   ���' ��� |y  strong  to choke  the cry  for na-
conductoi whose negligence tlonal ownership. I am not asking thai
'"��� carelei ni ��� ed a bad itccl- additional powers be conferred upon
deni aboul a year ago, seems to u- the Interstate Commerce commls-
to ei m : i Ize . i ninl wc loin he l he Blon. We musl create a lepartmenl
othei day In writing on ':.��� sum,,...' ,,,��� ranwayH which should be charged
of such accidents and their pre\ m- with thai part of regulation which I
tion. The poinl ivas that the law properly administrative and execu-
shnuld not  be    itisfied with the con-   i ivr."
viction  'el' a  scapegoat,    bul    should 	
endeavor to sei   thai punishm* nl was LONG SENTENCE.
visited   upon   the   real   offender.    Jn ���	
this   ens.',   we   are  told,   the  judge  in'.Negro   Corporal   Who  Attacked   Capt.
sentencing  the  conductor  to a  term Macklin, Must Serve Fifty
nf   imprisonment,  animadverted   sev-j Years.
erely on the selfish greed shown  by .	
the  prisoner ln   working overtime to      San   Antonio,  Tex.,   Mav   22.���The
such an extenl  thai he was unlit for   sentence of fifty years al hard labo-
,._��.. _:}> a__. '__"i__i_*awr,:rt
FOR   TO
The
th'
91
Buy Your Sto
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the proper performance of his responsible ilniii s. The judge had the evidence before him and no doubl thai
evidence justified all he s-eiei to iho
prisoner, bul he doi s aoi Beem I.
h_ve raised the question���How did li
in Leavenworth penitentiary, fixed hy
the couri martial In the casi' of Cor
poral K. I.. Knowles, colored, of the
Twenty-fifth Infantry, recently tried
for having assaulted Capt. Edwarrl
Macklin of the same regimen! In De-
NEW   TO-DAY	
90 pairs Men's "Flintstone" American Shoes, in Gun Metal and
Patent Colt ��� three entirely new shapes, made with Cuban
nnd military heels PRICES $5, $5.50 and $6
120 pairs Ladies' American White Canvas Shoes, made with the
new style canvas-covered wood heels	
 PRICES $1.75 to $2.50 a pair
60 pairs  Ladies' American Canvas Shoes, colors blue and pink
 PRICE $2.50 a pair
Misses' Tan Slippers and Oxfords received  to-day  via  express.
Also, Children's White Canvas Shoes,  Children's Barefoot
Sandals, &c, &c.
We think we have the nicest selection of Summer Siioes ever shown in the city.
WANTED   ���
Clerk   il
60 1
LOST     BI >   -
Find       leas*
V"
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WANTED
in	
\\'e. tmin te
1     .Mil      Ul      1 1 .           \
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happen thai the conductor was allow- cemher last, was approved yesterdiy
ed to work overtime to su.-li an ex- by Oen, A. I,. Moyer, commanding th
tent?    Evidently   this  particular con- Departmenl  of Texas,
ductor musl   have been  In  the  ha'iii      The couri found Knowles guilty ou
of putting in extra time for the sake two specifications, assault    ml batterv
of the extra pay.    If he had not, the with   Intenl  to kill and  a33au!l   with
judge's ri nsiii'" would hav been un- Intenl  to rommll  robbery.
Now,   who allowed   him  to  do      Thc sentence is bul two years less
It?   Somebody "higher up" musl hav^ than   the  maximum    penalty    which
. ,j ,:. i   j.    ...i   the  only    motive -    ild have hi ised.
JOHN
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$250 Rewal
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BIG SHOE HOUSE
New Westminster,     -     B. C.
I"    irteil
Woodford,
Sau ;:...      1 ���
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58, five b ol -:
Ballov. con; il
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overalls    when
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T TT E   D A T L Y   N E W S
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THINGS For
Victoria Day
I ���..:..        .    ..' Ci inn!
ii ....   ..    ega
_ Briggs a       ��� . Itj
spen ling a sfcori holi-
coum ry
.   ���    iti-\    A
bad   been visiting in
for some days 1 hom*      ster-
.l.i'. >
Mrs   A    B,   V*   ods,  who   has
,    , ��� visiting   hor mother,   Mrs.  Wells     ol
v-'   ���" ' ~   - ���- at- L, ,
Sapperton,   wil       . ��� ..
business i ���    ast couple of ,
home  al   Albert,
'      - .        -Mi   cil e   i esterday
Miss M ad been  visit-
Phone i.m   :
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. n am,    lee
A Few of the CRUMBS From
Our Feast of Bargains....
Exi      >.���      . . .,:   i xi RAIN      IRPET,   36  inches   wide,   reversible;
and  tan    bi Ight, clean, ne*
ird     4 8 e
ol   IM1R- .' . ������i:rs.  combinin     I oth all-
.; : .       clear 60c
_XESE  MATTIXG less   . ��� Inch;    In red, green, blues
���'��� strain .... ..  30c and 35c; special..23c
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DLPONT   BLOCK,
Psinnn 73
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.  C. |
��� api   and  M e    S*    ... th*
ist   : .i .  ,',������: .   return yes        As   none  ol   thi    general   stores  ii
ihe- citj   will   I l"i i'.1��\   .ir Sat-
. -��� Vera Z  Ce
rdav, the merchants have decided l -
retui ned hom* . . ,    ,    , . *
.... i clock this  eve-
este          from a two weeks visit to i  , A
.    ;.��� - Yan-
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. ���'  '   ������ ���  s   .:.. Pol  Plants.
mm  florist      Phone A1S4
GLOVES.
en's     Hire*   quai:  . ��� ;
i\  d   i 11  ��� . ���
slz* s,  ���".  3-.   :���.'  7    $2.00,
12.50, $3.50. $3.75.
en's     1 ing     silk     G    . ��� - ���
Ite,
G   to   S       $1-00.     $1.25,
$".50. $2.00.
.a-     Msle    i.
te, tan,     grey,     eti      75c,
������:-.. $i.oo.
��� n ���    shorl     Kid     Glove.;
tan, brown, grey, gi
Iw hite;   5,     3-1   to    7 Vi���
: .00 to $1.65.
n's   short   l.islf    GI iv*
���."i;   and  n hite;   6l i  S    35c
50c.
Kil. Silk an.l Cotl n
.es;   bl ick, i   :,.
- ��� ���.   navy;   :..   I.   '     i     6
20c, 25c,  '/5c.
���  Wash  Belts���25c, 35c. 50c
35c.
S! .    Belts���25c,   50c.   75c
to $1.75.
n'a black, ��hiti    ind      I-
1  leather   Bell ��� J5c,  5C i
.1.00 to $3.00.
' i islin .-ne I  Llm n Tu
and   Peter   Pan ���
��� '5c.   25c,   35c.   50c.
Pi ter Pan Pm !1 col-
35c.
... it! Pursi Hand
.   Squaw    Hum ���    I ���
ML.. '      .'MM. ���
ni and gr ; 35c, to $4.
tu: Ivals in fancj Pins,
iches,   Buckle
Belting; v
ar, etc.
HOSIERY
���������   ���    :  ��� r tl :.    II - .
SH  ���     '  .    20c. 25c. 35c.
Lis        Hos
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��� en
35:.  50c.   65c.  75c.
Italian     Silk,
P ������   S..:.���75c,
$1.00. $1.25. $1.50. $2.50. $3.50.
Women's      ���   I     ���      Hos*     S^
.-y-  25c and 35c.
Worn en's        lai shnu  ���
:���    ���     25c,  35c,  50c. 75c.
men's   tan  C Hose
35c.  50c.
;' ' -    an -    Girls'     plain     an i
��� i  Cotton   !!.���>���   In  '   .
an I tan    25c to 50c pair.
��hite     and     colored
1' ���       ���        Sox     ind    thi ���
I arl  :   H isi
'���''��� mm- ��� lored Lisle Lace
Hos . whi! - and colors���
5Cc pair.
.   i ien -   _ I II       Lawu   Hand-
i ; - -  '.- Ith  hall  or tl
.  .-..']: lien     5c.
Childn n's   Po      Ro! In    Han l-
���:. hiel ���    5c,
Fancy    Lace    Edge     in !    Em-
.. re i        Handkerchiefs -
10c,   15c.  20c, 25c.
Linen     Han
���   -    20c. 25c, 35c.
Fane; lorted   : land ii . chieffi
.  .       F uc\     Silk     I! m
50c, to $1.25.
I.a.vi    Mourning I      . hi  ���'���
10c,  12  1 -2c.   15c.
yesterday * Englan I.
iv here he will spend a * pi*     I week -
vis    she   '   ���
ical on. ���
S      ....   no      _, ,       ���
I he  Ra .-       Iged to an< h >-
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ai          ...        Ivans slough yester-
this   an en                    M  ndaj                              , .     .      ,.         A
.   thei;   *
1. iving In so  lost thi     i��� --   ���
-       m Mc- P* :',;          ���������   - ��� '���' ���
- been       ,, ,   ,,,      , *
.-   He
.isitii       Is ] .Ments
f*ir son ef< tu nina  east.
..... ���     ers sweet crean
n ai    ��� . milk.
I he  Trad* ��� i .  ...  .   . ���   j estei -
ning   ���   mi,   La Ij smith   with
' 230 t ms of coal, h hicb was un -
at th    C.   P.   X   wharf,    The
essel exp*   ts to leav*   :his morning.
Phone   13$   foi   sw eet    ci i am,    it e
���  ��� am and   mttei milk.
and   Mrs. A   C   Shall* abi   ..   ,
. ���  the  Fi asei   Ri\ er    saw mill -     will ���
leave  this   . eek   for t'       as     evln ���
thei   will  spend   a  i  ensid*   > ill   time *
\ isiting friends   in I relatives *
. .  ..-.mm <   leli\ ei s swee    cream,   ���
Ice cream and milk ���
c. Garden, chief engineer of the li *
C. E. R, and brother to J. F. Garden *
M. P. I'., for Vancouver, wai- in tho +
city yesterdaj I i look over the certain plans fn!" the extension of ilv
Chiiliwack line.
,i. Bryson will handle the stick on
1 the inline In the game at Victoria to-
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Stanfield's;
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Underwear!
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Wear Stanfield's and you will wear no other.      *
All in Elastic Ribbed Goods. *
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���   ��� --    "-'���<���    ;"' morrow,   he having  decided  to  leave
-'���������''���   1'"-   attending the   Baptis!   col- ,:l  previous   engagements   slide    and ���
'-'��� :"'   :":",   imi v,r'  Har,CT ::)- agage in th*   battl*   for the Kilmar- ���
���     ������'���'������'-   '���'������' ministi      i.   Hi" 110ck cup;    Mr   Bryson informed    It *
'���������'   future. R..al) of |,ts cijange ���f mjnj x,,s,,.r. t
:$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00
the garment.
All weights.
in    yestei   u
!.e> morning, and he mus immediately
The  Brunnetti    gol
-. ng   wil    a  large  boom ol   logs   guaranteed n place on ihe team
and lefi  foi   another boom during the      Considerable   speculation   wns   rife
noon.     The   Brunette   will   ven       sterdaj   morning,      iwing     to    tha
1   call   in    the      ssistance    ...   i  erratic  way ie,   which the   fire  alarm
couple more  tugs  to get  the  logs un   >(.;,;   ringing,   some   people  asserting
above the citj tha1   the   conflagration   was   in   Sap
perton,   while   others     w..e    equallj   *
positive   thai   the   wesl   end   was  i.i  ���
names.   The ihysterj was solved during the afternoon, when i; was learn-
emplo.i ees,
I      . '"��� -        .  . ; f  tho
oai i    el   i' oi ks,   . -  ..:   preseni   submitting sampl* - of the bricks, offi . e I
m     ...   . mst ructi mi  work bj
VV.   ii.   Gordon, to   seven   tes -.  and    ed   that   the
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PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
\   . .   -   to   ha I"   a   :     ior!     el        -   II
vestications read>   in  a few   days.
during the course of their work, had
managed to break a couple of wire's,
tin' joining  of  which  occasioned  the
For cul  flow*   -   . in itions and M-  Intermittenl   ringing     of   the    alarm
i   ral  ilesi m     ���  ��� ..Davies *   bell.
S  a. florists,  i.m. B20S. Speaking  aboul   the  receni  sale  of
E. Goulet,  C.   P.  R.   station   igent, city lots and  the good price realised,
will  leave  here on   ������   I      to  attend  a we si end resident  remarked yeste -
the convent! i   i   railwaj   ��� egrapliers   dai   thai   now   ���     Id  be  n  good    In
which is in be held in Winnipeg nexl   to go In fo   I  ��� roving of Twelf*'i
'..,,'.     Mr, Goulel  was recentlj   dect-   street.    In the course of liis remai >-.
ed ; resident of the Order o   Railroad   he said that thl   Is the principal ent'
Pelegraphers, and will be called upon   to  the  cltj   mmm.  Vancouver   and   Is
en take ihe' chaii   nl  the  meetings.      In   a   mos;   disgraceful   state,   and   in
some  places actually   dangerous,    ll i
r.  t'.  Galbralth wenl   over  to Bel-   C0Mldered .,,,,  ;,���, councl] ,,������,, ���, ,
""S'11'1" yesterdaj   for the purpose of  rtnd a li,,1.(,;. ft.ttJ o�� eXpendin�� _om_
Ponferrlns with the insurance adjuster   of  ,,���.   ,.,ni|s   1,,;1];/(>.   ,-,.,,���,  .,,���
v'h" hi,s '"'''<'��� '       '       ' the diima8e than  by  getting  the streel   fix,',!  in
'i'"'" ;"  Mr- Onllirnil i'a  residence  bj .,���(]  ,,KU,(, decent
fire   about   a   weoli   ago.      The ,	
the  aii-
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Another GOOD Bargain
60 acres in Langley district, high land. 12
acres cleared, orcnard 200 trees, house six
rooms, ban), chicken run and house, L} good
I
it
wells. '1 miles from schoolhouse. (J��o fi(\(l
Half cash, balance easy payments.
ALLISON S PEEBLES
0 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 |
���il   in  iii"  hous
sence of Mrs. Galbralth,  ��!ie> was iu
i 'iis i Itj  on a   i Isll   i" In -��� mother
GUN   CLU3   SHOOT.
Th
ish fires on Lulu   ^*  ******************* *'*****
ind   Int* ��� fere:!   tn  a   con ildi i    -
exlenl �� Ith the scor     of the monibei -
���   SEND IN
BLOUSES
White   Lawn,  trim-
���I with Insertion and tucks
"'... li.il 50c.
es of Victoria   Law n   ��Ith
sertlon   and   tucks���special
75c
of  Fine   Lawn   Muslin.
'dull, Organdy and other
-'iii' materials, attractively
��� "lv with blind or open em-
oidery work, lace Insertion
nl edging and other al
���" trlmmlngB���$1.25,   $1.30,
12.00, $3.00 to $6.75.
���-'ii:,   Eton  Suits, .inlay, lu nail, lawn ami gray
"   fines!   novelties    of  the
ason,
SUNSHADES
if   ,1 LJ!       Silk       Willi
. mmm . ..ie i ' ��� iok li indl*
In nil , aloi . green, blue, red,
$1*50, $1.75, $2.25, $2.50.
.-��� inslia le ��� of Enibroldei id
i.awn in .i mm star design -
$2.75.
Sui sho les .-f Tubs r Silk with
lining of Jap Silk In such
shades .is red, green and
blue   $3.50.
: .       ���   . ;., ponge colors, with
lining    of    white    silk    and
ill jue work i.i border, pretty  ami   serviceable   $3.50.
Elaborate Sunshades of lapan-
ese and French Silks, trimmed wiili chiffon and I
niching In man-' ways jjj
from 4.75 tc $10.00.
hull     The chief of ,   lire ha    dete  ���
. i,,.;   io   sl rii 11}   enforce   ! lie       ��� I
til to]   iblli
\   well   known   voting   in n    if   iin m
...      who  ha    charm     i -      Iw   :'' "'" :-:;" ''���'   -   '':  od}  s";;'"" >'ea    j
.. ,    intomoblles,   �� i     a    i ised   the   :'"''''���    ovenl   '���     '      ';i   '   '     ''"������"
of $m and costs  before Ihe po     "   ,',i-   '"' '    ' '"   "'';'"    :' ��� '    *
.   mm, Istrale  vesterdm   mornlu   I n   ! "; '   l,,,,,|p   ""'   lii:,""i'   l*reent_g*   ���
.   ling i     ten mile nn hou I   r��!   ""'  "'���'"   I'^entagi i    eln.    as  *
foil iw m    Capl    mm. ��� i i, fi."      Mi Lean   ^
87;   l.i'. Ing Vidal,   50    Clal
��� ralth,  13; Bui i    I
_nj  "i ' In   club   in in "'i ��� i* hn v* Ish
An  ' ij outing has  been   i     to me oul and take   . ghol   tl lhe clai   *!
ranged bj  the C  P.  R.  foi   Fridaj   al   btrd��� on Frldn      in ila sn on   i tain
Wei tminster  Juni tlon.    1' rough  the  ing the Inai ���        rom one of
��� oi im .... ,,.'��� i:. flouli t, the ol it Ing C   th*   i i  h      'Itu     I he  now   Li -.
P, it. agent, a -- j*��� - i *' i it*   il " ita   gatl  traps have been Installed, there
return Is offered for Ilia tlay, and Ig no longer no* need for several men
an additional car will be provided for to go oul together, and one oi >v i
ih. accommodation of l.i Mrs and iliil ran gel Jusi ia much enjoyment as
_ren. The train will leave al S:30 a. n crowd Membei ��� maj be uc om
m. sharp, returning to the tlepo! panted by their friends on Cridaj if
rl'ioul eighl o'clock Everyone Is thej sn desire, and ammunition will
welcome and this basket   picnic pro-   iH, provided for nil visitors
mlses   to   be as   greal   a   success   as    .... 	
in former years,
vouRIN BOYS AND GIRL5
and have their eyes examined
���FREE=
ALL  WORK GUARANTEED
RYALL'S DRUG STORE j
**********  o  **<**���****** * ������<��� ��� ���  ���
REFRIGERATORS
and SCREEN DOORS
Look!   Look!!   Look!!!
The crlcketera will have tho exclus- 	
' oval   "   Owen's   '* ''K   JUST   ON  THE   MARKET.
torn -. row.    Aid.   Johnston,   chairman \
if the parka committee, has Informed
the se'inr * ary of the cricket (dub thai
T.H.
267-271   COLUMBIA ST.     I
NEW WESTMINSTER     \
|...   ��� ���.._j_tTi___ J '     - HBBBMRia
" ���'     ?.I3__ffi__j'T__w,'_i_KiT'Tr>^n^M/-,''J.-__Jii.J-��-^----'"
JUST ON THE MARKET
Vancouver manufacturer ner is
in.11 men tn repTeBenl the very late3!
., ,.,���., ,.., ,.,' ,M,, ��� y ,M,���nl norblly. Agents coining moiftV. Get
especially the lunlor basehdllers of j wise, start w6rking tor yourself,
ihe city, who m<-o scheduled to play Everybody buys on slghl Profits ow
a game in the morning, The bpy�� "'i,, '���''���''���'
���,. in in : onse |uon* o plaj off their
m itch :.i Moody B itiare,   This would
-,. the I mm nei asloii mi which the d
;-. ;i.'M   teams would cl ish in the use
of the oval, as the scheduli ;
.!., ;. ��� i infllcl after this _ te,
time asking  fe: illsh    i i
send mi" dollar for fine il fi. ft] le i
America,
The Phoenix I ompany,
��� ���
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
o
Limited II
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TRAIN WRECKER
DITCHES EXPRESS
THE   SAN    FRANCISCO    FLYER     IS
WRECKED  BY  FIEND WHO  REMOVED   BOLTS.
~     THE   DAILY   XEWS
5UBDI\
tial
nificent property
Queen's Park) and Emory St7comprising 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., 421x120, at $600 per lot; 4 lots, 52ax85, $450;
5 lots, $400. Call at our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
THURSDAY, MAY 23
M
Ft. J.  P
HAMP B0Ir
tor  im   ���: .. '������    Mih
Canadian   Ban!
lng,   Colum! ���,
office, xew w, ���;���������
loan. '   Usi
ost.
������ lo
in ,  Ang* I* s,  May 22.���With   devil
ish ingenuity, someone removed fish-
tes   and  I olts   over   the    Arroy ���
Seco trestle, near West Glenlale, Cil,
late   last  night,   fastened   strands   r.
heavj   wire to  the end  of each rail,
then hid on the hillside', and, as th.?
south bound Flying Coaster from Sa.i
Francisco     ap] roached,   early     th's
morning, jerked the wire.
The result was appalling. The
engine traveled nearly a hundrel
yards over the ties, while tli. tender
diner, two Pullmans, the buffet, an.l
iwo iniMLMiM'' cars wiiii over the tres.
���!��� . falling six-- ��� ���... fi el Th ��� expre is
car and one pullman was tu.-ned upside down, and tbe remaining ca"_
toppled over mi iheir sides. All ar i
badly damaged.
This deplorable occurrence, coniiu:
sn soon after the wreck of the tr_:i
that was carrying the Myst*. Shrin-
ers from  Los Angeles taken in con-
$3,500. subject to !0 months
lease. .Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, ccrner 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 . rranged.
Four houses to rent. One on 12th
street; one on Fourth avenue; one
on Agnes street; one on 13th street.
Apply at once.
READ THIS.
Splendid Farm. 10 chains waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate, No. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. One
of the best bargains to be obtained
in the district. For exclusive sale.
Price $10,500; $3,500 cash, balance
in 6. 12 and 18 months at 6 per
cent.
Small house for sale, facing- Agnes and Victoria,
west of 6th St. $1,700.
Water and gas connections.   Terms.
Small house, Victoria St.,
6 rooms. Water.
Lot facing
and 3rd Ave
Ave.;     52x122
alongside  and
Ind St., :': ������' een Queen's
s< i ond lot from Queen's
feet:  all  clean I;   Idne
back.      Price    $1,000;
One lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue,
third lot from'Eighth street. $1,050,
for  sale exclusively.
I.i.'s . i  and 22,  Sub. ot Lots  8 and  11
.     Block   :      corner oi   Dui ham and  2nd
. St. i i ill sized lo��s
. storey House, T rooms, bath room up-
slairs; (lush closet; u....i] stable; on Agnes   very
-   near Sth St.; all modern Improvements.
: : le ���   $3,000, half cash,  balance i asy ;   a
nection  wiih the  plain  evidence that,  naliy excellent bargain,
wreckers   have   been at   work    ~��i��ik�� I ! '"' [""-  1,;- Block Mil. -i-Room
points
inevitably tn the conclusion that som
madman  is abroad  possessed    by
horrible   mania   thai   finds  gratification in the wholesale slaughter of his
species,   The general impres ��� on he _
is that  ii  is ihe duty of the author'
ties,  both eivii  and  military,  as  ve'l
as ihe duty of the railway   ompan ,
to  institute   a   complete  patrol   system  along the line, and also such   i
thorough   search   throughout   confix
nous   territory  anil   towns,
i House; hot and ce.Iel water; flush closet;
lot  of     fruit   trees;     chicken   house  and
bum.    Price  $800; terms  $400 cash, bal-
-.. ���   2 and 'i months at 7 per cent. Ham-
. llton  St .   first house off mmm  St.  between
T;h ninl Sth Avenues.
2-storey House, 7 rooms, with .'ell modem Improvements; siz.- of ground 100X
142; second lot from nth St. on 4;h Ave.
on -...uh side, 100 feet on avenue. 142.
L ni on both sides. Price $3,200; $1,000
cash, balance oh ti:::.- ;it 7 p.-r cent.
N'.-E. ', of Sub. ll��, Township 10; some
tli i" :. Price $15 per acre.'; terms $1,000
ci sh, balance easy.
S.-W. Sub. Township 13; some- timber;
: llway runs alongside; old 5-acre orchard.    Price $15 per acre; terms $l,00i
as
wi>]   cash, balance im three equal payments.
��� , ,.\    2  lots  Hi'...,;  4.  Richmond  St.,  Sapper-
effectlvely   prevent   a   reeur-enee  nf j ton.   $45 per lot.
such a disaster and lead to the arres*
and   confinement     of   a  dehimaniz'l
monster, whose existence, lijfetter0!
is  a   menace to  tbe whole      ravelin'/
public.
1 acre clay, house on nam line near
Joyce station; partly cleared; fenced
across front facing- train lino.   $1000, norih side,  between John McKenzie'e
half cash, balance easy at 7 ',:.
More  exclusive   properties  just   listed
with us for saie.
Lol ���". opposite Knox church, Sapperton, easl side Columbia Streel on
car line'.    $300 cash.
lots south side of Sixth Avenue;
iuht clearing;   60xll5.��  feel  on
Sub. Block  10.    $1050 cash.
4 lots on Fifth Street, 11, 12, 13, 14.
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 each, half
cash, balance C months al 7 '..
2 houses corner of Merrlval and
Agnes; full sized Iot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rent- for $25, the
oiher $10; Hush close's and all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash .2,000, balance in 0, 12 and IS
months at 7 %.
4*i acres m. section 14, .V. V_ Of E ._
of Tn. _. about :i miles from bridge off
Haworth road, Surrey; house 18x26,
iu storey house, 3 rooms finished, another '���', can be added upstairs; small
.'hack: T'2 acres cleared and seeded
with .-lover, reel; fairly easily cleared.
One mile from shingle mill. Price
$1,200;. terms half cash, balance 12
months at 7 %.
1   full sized lot on St. Patrick's St.,
l lot Xo. 24 on 13th. streel soutn
side of Ith avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Xos. Sl ".ee 86 .md 95, 95 fai ��� -
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
f lois e;. are I without a stump; small
house, chicken house, 175 i hoice
chiiI. :i-: !m rse and rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 house, 0 rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance a:
7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
17 lots, full size, 6th Sm, Burnaby,
east side,    100 yards from Cliff Can
Factory; soil good.   Price only $1020,      Lots   it  and   15 oi   l
$350 cash, balance on easy terms. (cleared.)    Price $500; for the two, 1-!
2 lots on 8th St. between 5th and cash, balance 6 months al 7 per cenl
6th Ave. on easl side; full Bized, 66x Lol 14 on Sherl oi treel of 11 o
132; N'os, 9 and 12,     Price $1000 for   ��� cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 ca
both, hall cash, balance easy. 6 months al 7 per oent,
2% lots on corner of Sth Ave. and      Lots 16, 17 aud 20 of 11 of
6th St., S.-W. corner; cleared     Price $500 for thre*   or $175 each;  I
$1200; half cash, balance In 6 months  balance 6 nionths at 7 percent.
at 7 per ci nt. 	
]_. acre between Queen's and 3rd 2S acr* on Mara road, Burnaby.
Ave. ,,n wesl side of 10th; No. 5 an.l $160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
���;, Block IS;   132x165 feet; all cleared ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance   1
Martin, m _i      .,,,���.
"I    barriste.
New Westn
Bees:
etc.
HfilS
'I-....   .
'."������"��� ...
Vancouver, rooms
ville street.
-t.
,! )Sl lln    _
W. Weait, W. _ :\'
Bourne.    .Mr.  M
Westminster offl ���
ternoon
Ifl
ry Fri.
.ia tin
*;��� al
HOWAY,   REID   _   in.\v._   r    "
ters.   solicltoi      .      ',.'.  i���
borne
Nei
terH,   Bolicitoi i,   .
A Bunch of LOTS
strei t. opposite
Westminst* r. A
241.
1
'    '    er, p,
ri��
if
EORQE E. MAR
Prici
' M
Solicitor, Guie ,';J
tin and McKenzie- bi eel   _,*__ ���.'":'
minster, B. C. *
W. MYERS GRAY. ;���
. ��� : Notary Publl .,
1891  al New '.' . er. ]      !},.
lie ��� - ri'iii"'. ed to Cu
son   .-;���"-. ...
IU)   Box 169.   Te ���        e 61
and fenced. Price $1050; $550 cash,
balance in 6 months.
Pull sizeel lot mi Royal avenue, 11 ���
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-
ed. $1,200, $S00 cash
2 lots, No. 24 and 32, block 9, between Sixth avenue and Nanaimo St.,
and between 14th and 16th Btreets.
Price $425  f.e;- I oth, cash
Block 7. Lot 1'.. 2 subdivisions running from Sth to 6th St., 4ih and 5th
Ave.; one lot on 'ram line. $800 for
one; price $1,500 for the two.
and
2 years at   .   M
lois. full sized,
W.
e orner
streets
IV   li ANSPORD
Solicitor, el     Crescei
Columbia      a I    McKei
. New Westn  aster B i
132x132, coi in .- ol
the 1 : i'i-' ��� nt; 7-roomed house. Pi li 1
S'O.SOC,  ' 2 cash, balance 6, 12 and  18
montbs.
Block li' on 12th St . east side; 10
full Bized I its. Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
$700 cash, balance arranged,
'.ILLED   MECHANICS   WANTED.
Manufacturers   Want   More   Workmen
Brought  From  England.
Toronto,  May   22.���The    Canadian
Manufacturers'   Association    is  again
after skilled mechanics.    Al a  meet-  l
im: of the ��� xec itive here today it was
:������ solvi I to ;i:i'" the  Dominion gov- i
ernmenl to encourage immigration of
skilled artis ms '"rom England, as the
alii n law .   ��� not allow of   their importation fi 'in -'.������ States, and several
lines  of   in lustr.\   were suffering   :
want of skill) I labor.
8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
Gth 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.
and  Glover's bouse.    Price $475. ha
cash, balance in 6 months at 7 '}.
Full sized lot No. 12 on Royal Ave.
am! 8th St. Price $.1050. half oash,
balance at 7 ''r per annum.
Westerly 4. 11 of 63, Sub. Block ���">.
132x132 corner 100 feet square; two
houses drawing $28 per month. Price
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 and 12
months.
2 lots on Princess Si.    No.   II  and
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & 7th Ave. on
4th St., west side. ��300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on 8th Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
TO   RENT.
House mi    Brantford    Btreet, bo ith
side  from   t'.th  Btreet,   painted  white,
$15X0 per month In advance.
A  Cheap  Property.
House  6  rooms,    flush  closet.     l'_
toreys, on Fourth Ave., one lol from
, between n'h and 7th Ave. two lois   geconc]     st,     on    .,l)i;i,     8ide.    Price
$1900;.   hal]  m ish,    i alance al  7  pi r
rom 6th Si. on south side. Price
No. 11. $210, half cash, balanc* 6 mos.
at 7 ',:    No. 12, cleared,   $315, half cent   Fruit trees; lot 55x165
-p-     : ���"''��� ,; mos; a�� ' '  ���     , House y-My  Ith    St. between  1th
li -ni   ���     ii'iii'iuen:   he. im ..  4th  Ave.,
1st and 2nd St.;   1  lot.    Price $1,700; '"'���' oth Avi  ;    - ���x"1-'" and ] double
cash half and half in 6 month? al '-,. bedrooms    upstairs,    and   bath  room
Rpnts '���"   >]" each tenant. down stairs;  ,,���.,,���. ,!inill, roora   klt.
160 .--.!���:.  y  of Sei tion 26, Dist,  12, .
centre of lot; 25 acres cleared, under  1 ' acres.par I; cleared;  Kanaka cre* . '���"'" '""'  -   :i
cultivation;   4-room   liouse.   barn   and  running through; good road; one Mile ning back
61 acres Murphy Landing, 4 miles
above Mission Junction. Just at the
landing of Murphy Landing, about the
and
dining roora,
Full size.el lol  run-
Ash St.      Price $3,500;
stable;  about one acre orchard, bear
lng fruit tr -.    Price $1,350, on easy
terms (or $1,250 cash).    $22  per acre,
A  !"'":   '���'--    received    from  Earl  y cash, balance G and 12 months.
10 .( ri -��� section 32, N.-E. corner of
N. W. 'i, uncleared. Timber fir, cedar, arn! alder; mm,.id soil; a mile from
v.. ������ road: sandle road and new ro i I.
.". lots corner of street between Sth
in i 9th Ave. on 2nd Si., side' of 2nd
St., equal to mum acre; partly clear   I,
$500.  half cash.      A splendid    oj   oi
tunity for investment.
s i oom i, 2-storey house, ' ath room,
���'.    ��� r and
Grey calling . t< i tion to opportunity ��� ,". ' m with Ja] an. The annual convention  o     the    asso< lai
held    in T mmm.i.  | eglnning
north of Webster's corner; shingle
mill an ! P O. at the w* st corner; timber worth >7 per acre; cedar and flr;
I miles from Port Haney. Price
$2,100: ti rms $1,100 cash, balani e arranged.
10 a   ��� .  lan ! New  Westminster, Lot
5,  S,   Div.  34, Surrey;    ::  miles  from
$1,500 cash, balance al ?"ii'1 per year
ni  7 p* .  i -'.r.
six  and  one  half acres, one ai re
cleared  i   -or   for  planting:   !  12
:������.-;������- ���   i.    House, 5  rooms,
14x24;   ston      and   half,  small barn;
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$-.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
Large lol and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton,   Both rent* I
at $10 each.
iii," and one half stoi'-���   house and
s .���"   ;. ;,   .-;��� ,;,���..i   north  side  of
Ro al a renue nnd i oi u* . *.; McKlnnis
Btreet;  9 rooms;        i i oro, hoi and
old   water, closet;       odshed; joung
' arig   trull   Ire*        treets on   thre*
I*   .   fine   view,    Price  $1,800. $900
cash.
1 ine fe;;- .ized lot, 2n i lol from corner, i Ith street and Sth er.' i, im. lol
66 xlll feet,    $250 cash.
BOARD OF TRADE.���N-w Westm!*.
stor Ik,ard of Tn le i eeta in the
Hoard Room, City Hall, as follow
Second Wedne d ��� n h montt,
Qeinrtfc.ly meetings on the ������.
Wednesday of February, May,
August and Noven . it ; p. _'
Am, inl meetings on the .��� ad
Wednesday of I '������ - ary. N'ei
n embers may t ������ : ropo ��� | .y
elected at any monthly or qua -���.,
meetlmg.   A. K. Wh ������. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION  LODGE, NO. 9. A. F. _ A. M,
���The    regular    tn Ing   of   thli
Is held on the Fit-' Wedne ... _
each month, al I ��� lock ] m��� !o
the Masonic Tem] e Sojourning
brethren are cordial!) Invited to at-
tend. Dr. \S\ A. DeWolf Smut,
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, HO. 17, i
F. & A. M. Reg r comn
tions of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday In each month in
Masonic Temple, al 8 p. tn. Visit
ing brethren are ordially Invito
to attend.   D. W. Gib brlst. Sec.
ROYAL   CITY   PRECEPTORY, No.-:S
K.    H.    K.    of    l.   meets
Friday    of    each
p.   in.,   In   Orange  h ill, corner ol
Royal  avenue ai I ti        !
JournJng Sir Knights   coi 11
vlted to attei
P.; J. Hood. lo-.
W.
Dunlop, W.
S* ptem ��� :  24,
Lighthouse Falls
Bordeaux,  France,  May  22
lighthousi   on  Point  de Hi t
the  i ntran h    G iro*>np
was   ISO   feel   high,   and   !���_..)
which  -.v. - among the moai  ���
in  France was so undermi "!
se alSai li feu ;. sterday.   Xu
hurt.
in .." the '!' ii n
pantry;
ami 3rd
Ige.   Price  $401
a    ���   -    im- im  7 ���
��� "min ry.
4 ro* ;m ho ise,    bath n om
on llth .-;-.. bel'.'��������� n !: leen's
Avenue.
i acre   ipper side of 11 h   Vve. nnd 2
Ight; full sized lo*. 66x100 ''MJ wi >l al Cth St.; large house of S
: ooms; el* .������ rie light connectii as ;
shade I i \ nd fi ii! orchard. Price
$4,5C0;. $2,500 cash, balance In one
vear al 7 %,
.2  sh,   bal-  chiel en 1    ise;   fruil  trees nnd straw-
T_
re'    f [feet, situated 6th St. between 4th and
wh_c_.|5_h Ave. on west side.     Price $2,300.
berry   plants;   $1,700,  half cash;   b
..'. " iii three montha at 7 per oent.
This Is ,e \ aluable holding, and near
to the city, call and bring this advei
tlsi menl  with  you  for further  : irti
cula rs.
Centrally
- Ituatlon;
Fifth stree
a   Jigb  |!,_ cash, balance In 6 months at
-ver!'"''      24 acres In Sunbury: i; chnins water
I., ^jj^jfront;     12  acres   cleared;     S-roomed
re was
NOIICE TU CREDITORS.
In the matter cf tbs estate of Charles
Blair,  late  of  New  Westminster,
C. deceased.
front; 12 acres cleared;
bouse, lath and plastered; wood shed,
chicken barn and fruit trees of all
kinds. Price $3,0C0. Terms one-third
cssh, hal,inc.. i; ;nie| 12 months.
160   acres.  2
$40 per acre
miles  from city.
3.
N'OTICE    ���
111    1  i    the
Britl      '
HEREBY  GIVEN pur-
' R* f'iS  l    Statuti s    of
I   '7. Chapter  IS7,
,i,;:'   all ii        im, |..  |, n |n
''!;ii;' ��� ' ��� ���-...,'   of tin   said
Ch tries  mm,,      .       m. , ,���,   ,.      , ,.
,:''' - ' - !' o! April [907, are ,
m ������ te I on o m. for ��� the 22nd. (22)
,:;|.- ot m . 1907, to se nd by po3t,
ri* i aid -.:��� de Ivei i the undersigned
solicitor! foi Ro ni,. Sample, ami Dr,
Edwin J, Rothwell, executors of the
lasl will and testament of the said
doe eas* 1 their christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions, tbe
particulars of their claims, the statements if their accounts and the nature i r the si curities i If any) held
by  ihem.
AND  FURTHER    TAKE    NOTICE
thai  after  such   lasl  mentioned  date
ih*' said executors will proceed to distribute the assets    of the    deci use. i
among  the  parties  entitled    thereto,
ha-, Ing  regard only to the claims of
��hii h   they  shall   then  have   notice,
and thai  the said executors will not
bo liable for Lhe said assets or any
pari thereof to any person or persons
ol whose claims notice shall not have
in' n i    elred by them at the time of
i ������ !i .!   tri ution.
Dated this 22nd. day of May.  1907,
MARTIN & McQUARRIE,
Solicitors for said   executors,   Trapp
Block,  New  Westminster,  B.  O.
Two
lots mi   18th street, i
e-
tween
7ili and Sth avenues,
( ''.ii'ih
r of    Hamilton   sire
it,
No.   11
and   12,     Price $245,
i,,
cash, b
ilance 6 months,
160 ... ii ; in Surrey; S ^_ en
N.'m ol sec m. tov nshlp 2. Log
house, 10x24, and chick* n (	
all barn; 60 fruil trees; 12
acres cl* ai ed, I acre i under
cultivation and 8 acn s slashed
Price $20 per acre, u cash, balance In 12 months at "y;.
I
full size
lot,
dock
ii,
lol
11,
St.
Patrick's
Si
luare
Price
$450
I lot, 65._xl66, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, halance terms
to unit.
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.
1. Ba!. easily cleared.
I ��ne : ill sized lot, 66x132; 2 storej
house; 7 rooms; flush close! upstairs;
al! mo lern Improvements; new house;
$0,000. '��������� cash, ij in 6 months al 7
i ei, i ent. Good sized stable and fruit
tn o^. .-'",' ond ho ise from Sth street
west, on   .; ii    side,
l" acr* s In sec. ::_.   Timber, fir, cedar and alder.   Good Boil; good road
Apply for . ill ; articular .
I-"'m 17.  ; . Ifi, 20, 21, face i n IGth
��� hi   enue;   2 cornor '
": ~MM   '   In ; le  1"'- $200 e i ;h,    P    ���
$030,  cash,    sini      lol    at < m h,
Four an i one-half acre i betwe u
Sev* nth and 'y.by.rh avenue , . _
-i'':'- Of 1   : Price $2,500.
HOUSE and LOT
located In a comm man   .
Third   . -.. nue,  al   fool   of
it.   Two and om' half  I
bo ; "    Ten rooms e recently papered l
All  modern  com i niences;    hoi    and
1   :'i   water,   bath,   (lush   eli    t,  lava
tor;.   ' lecti Ic   lighi;   nl* ���    lawn;   iot
C6xl"2, with lane In rea .  pari of lot
s* ��� oui with fruit trees.   Price $2,750.
$l,oj '��� i ash, bi     ...   . mi ed.
_' lol ���'.
20, : I
No.
: '. $170;
Nee.   21,
(i ornerj
$175.
!' .
.nn   ami
S*    ind
stre*
_'j storej ;... , e, 10 iooms, ah i
nm le : n Impi ovemi nts; lol 66x 132;
lane al b ick; pari of b-' i ��� I oul n Ith
fruil trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balani e 6 i nd 12
montbs al  7  ner cent.
Snap in Lots.
House   cornei'  or     7th   St.    and    Uh
. : Ave.;  :i rooms;  2 full sized lois, 66x
132;    orchard    of   apples, pearB and
plums.   Price $4,000, $2,000 casb, balance on time at 7 ','.
'-"'   11 on  Fifth avenue, sub  H, 10
ol  Bub 'I. $300 cash.  m. , . ared; .
55 feel   by  132 feel
House   and three   lots, corner  I  I
Ave.  and  llth  SI ;   "-room hous,. an i
kitchen,   Price $1,500, on*- third cash,
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of ba'. ,; aD(i '- months at 7 per cent,
the city, from $25.00 Io $3,t00 Cottiiffp  ol    I   rooms    and    w Ished;
i-   'i     ���      ,   ,       i r riB.il     'M.i'.;      I    lot   44x132    on     i,.I   Int
Full sized lol in Sapperton, facing  from <th Av,..    ;;ih H,-;  ^est side���
Brunette  Btreet.     Price $150  cash. practically new;   papered;  sink and  pan
i IT.     I'ii.'"   $1,000 ���   terms $200 cai le    T r
Six  lots, 50x150, outside  city  limits monthly al T per pent, or rents nl $10 per
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on   nth for one year.
, -   lots  *ifl   * umberland   SI .   Sanni rtmi
enquiry. $50 per lot.                                 "
86 acres, half mile waterfront, G.N. Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
R. running through, $9,460, terms ofiGilley road. $225 per acre. Acre-
easy.    Investigate. age Is Belling fasl ai ibis juice.
20 acre blocks, fruil lands, ne3r
.'um lion, $20 per a ra
House, full sized lot, on K* ai ���
street, Ha; pi i ton; rents for $10 ; ir
month,   Only $1,050.
1'- in e,    in   rooms,  ! '���_.   lols
Fourth   .i    and   Seventh   .
$2,000.   Terms < an be arranged,
4 full sized Loi i etween Si .. nth
ivi . e" an l ll in llton strei t, easl ..;
-     hth   I reet; a       , ared and fenced;
" I.' ie -ii one ol the lot -. .. i :	
half cash,   bal in i  one * ear al
cenl
LOYAL   ORANGE   LCDGE. NO. '-M
���Meets  in   Oral   i '
third Friday In ea* h montl
m.    Visiting brethren   re
invited to attend.    W. Po]
James Humphrey, R*    Si
t��� ,	
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. NO. 27-
The regular mei tli
are held In Oddfe I*
bla Btreet, everj   Moi       - -
at 8 o'clock.    VI
dialiy Invited to attend   S. G
N. G.; C. S. Ricbmon I, V, G
Coatham.  1!.  S.;   J.  V     '���'
V. 8.;  Alex. Adam .
lie i:
treel
A. O.  U. W.���PRASER LOCGE No. I
���Meetings the flrst and thl I   ���-
day   in    each    month      VI
brethren cordiallj Invited '
Lodge room. A. O. LL W. hall OH
fellows' block, Cli       n i
S, Corrigan, roro:,ior:   Louis Wi ���
master workman,
por
Twelfth  street, between
Third  avenui';   wesl  side
f;'ii size'.   Price $'.-	
. Lots on
Q ������ en's and
of car Bhop;
casli.
111 acres North road, % of a milo
from city limits on Porl Moody; j
acrea under cultivation; 7-roomed
house; frame barn; chicken hous,..
born 40x80; fenced and in good .-
pair BOUth side. i>,.-,.,. $4,500, hair
''��� : h' bal. in 6 months al 7 per cent.
ci2 .''".V"'"','', "''  '  ;" and St. Andrew's
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FOSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE   M>'
115,   SONS  OF   ENGLAND. B. 9**
Red Rose Degree mei
Fourth Wednesdaj    ' -    '
In   K.  of  P.   Hall,  Co
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time and place.   VI
cordially    Invited.     E  D
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COURT BRUNETTE, No.-1099. '-^
���Meets tho Fourth Friday
Id tl"
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block,    \|S"'",'
ally Invited to ai-
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brethren are cord
tend.    .1. It. Rushton,
Maxwell, It. S.
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McQUARRIE  &  CO.!
Telephone   333
Real  Estate Brokers
FRONT   STREET
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.W��'
A. O. F.-TI10 regular '��;"^;;,,1(i
this Lodge are held on 1 i* ���     Ih
and Fourth Tuesdays nf ';"",',,,n,
at ! 11. ra. in me Oddfellow  ��*
Visiting Brethren are coroiai.
vjted to attend.   E. C Firm.
K. P. Maxwell, Sec	
THE  ROYAL TEMPLARS OFT
PERANCE meet   every ��'  '|)nV.sl
at 8 o'clock p. ni., In ��iaZm
Hull,   Columbia    street.       ,���,,;.
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tend, Oeo. Burr, S. Ci N- R' Br
Sec.
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Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE      [M
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McNiven.
Third Tuesday of. every
K. of P. Hall. John
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Not  more  than   220 acres  23 and 21 -     ibiNvl Ion    \   of lol 20, ,
luired by one individual oi   grou i i. rrruiH of loiider nin t'livelujn   maj   - ,   ,,
Hi,, ftp j .,.,.,.. iiniie     i.    ....
Royalty at the rate ol ten      v ,, an(j ,,.u.h ol you arc boronj io>   1,1 |i1Mi,..| ,,i i tit-. |>. pm m :" ui       Hip
ton of 2,000 pounds shall be  _u|,.et]   ���,,  contest   thc  clalnia  ol   tho ,,ni,.,, n( the Crown   I'ltnti \ phi   ll
on the gross output. llx  nurchnser  will  n   fori}  five tiny* \,.u   Wesimlnslor,   11   C
,  ,       ...      or  i   i.eilill. ntlon        ,,    , ,   . ,      ml    i   ''"��� ;     .    ���      M.     .1 . . '      ew.ii. ..
W   W. CORY, from the date    [the llisi  iiuuncniiiui      |,,|,   (Ptlili>i   mu I   I),  lie* uu  niilPil
ty of the M.nister of the In   nf this notice, otherwise 1 aliall regis    ,��� ,,���  ,,,,,���,���i , .��������� ...  ,n  i cha. ... i   	
, ,,. Florence Marj  ISvolelgh .is ownor  |mn|, |��� rnvoin n( Hi" i"-"1 ) "'  ;l1"       I   '    ��� lulallnti   llltiloi    IVhl.il   > II
\n,i  i  horohj   direel   vtltilslnr of lhe Inlf I      tn I'Hn   RHi    i "*���      ,,:"  '"     I' '" I     ''''    i"1"1"1
,,,,,,,,    ,v,;, ,..      . , m-'Ii.m i of this notice for ���    (mui nt Um  bonus  whloli  Hi    appl iw ut Iwnl   tupi   tu���j be
.       ln ;l ,|,:|, nowspapoi puhllsli    i ml Is proparril lo   nu  tm n lloeiiB.    olilRliu i ft! Ihis Depa.ttii.ttl til Rl tile
,., !,,' Nl.u. westmliistor will i"' good     -pho lilgbosl oi nn;  leiulei  uol  up    "(" r ""��� CiiJWB Tllllhei   njrenl Rl
nd sufficient servlco thoroof eossnrll*   uoceptad ! s''"��  VV .stmliiglet, fl   .
No ii'ini'M in tote    iph ni" i ii       ' " ii tehd.f tUUil  lie aeoOtttpttttied
I, rial not], . le  an nccppl.tl cii.ojU. 8H R ebni-ipi-pd
rriiuiv  il.  Ivl'ivi   I,
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(,   g   KEITH,     Dei arlmonl of tho lflt9rlor(
D, irin'i  Rcgl trai Ottawa, April fl, 190?
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erior.
Unauthorized   public ition ol of In fei
rORESHORE    LEASES.
Dated in  the Land Regl trj  ortlce,
s hereby given that, 60 days  ^ Westm|n8ter, Province of Drltlsh
le, i  intend  to apply to the
ii
def  Commissioner  of   Lands
i ten- ii leasi. oi' the foreshore  l:'"
b ning  and milling    pur-
Columbla, iliis _3th da; eet April, \  l��
i ���,'1"" III ��� I. lhe '���" Riloh an ' i	
1 lie ii"  i'       - ��� lu i |i
n    As,i luni.
ii    Hoi nl Citj   Mills.
.~-t'iitn:irvon and Tenth,
.-Itovnl nvi'ti'ie una Eighth.
!'    Pil'th avenue ami Tv i
,
"mpristng the whole of a bay,
n nue of Indopendenl   Ba
To  I-    v ll:i-'"' ���  |: :'
"."ill-     in      I Illl'-   I.   nn.  i.  A   ^    . ^    I m-.^^ .       :|l
about two miles south of the     All                    '   I with this notice   ^y     ^      Draper      I
Rd of Costl Island, on the easl   ;���.: nin    through  ade,    ������ ^��   ^* ��f^ No
Kltlmal  A,-.,., and aboul  two  them,   ami     11 ��
'":;        .-I,  .-,,.;,  Kildala  Arn
''���     '   1 A; ul 5th, 1907.
I-IAM   MOODY,   I.'   itor, I
".   V '��� S'DAI.L,   \ ���'������ '
Bi C�� I nutl
Slil*VCVOf
e i  mill Mn- nt,  and    I
Intei       in m ������
��� ���'���   ��� y   {���,,,���,i di.ch   (-.-._ W'.'Bir.iiiiiitci. a t_.
12 St.   Mary's   Hoapital,
an),  ly i'ii,,, ,,i-   the Dppul.   of   the|    13���8econd and Park Row.
MIttlslef "'' the Intei I"'-, rm- thn an1.      l*^-Oolumbla  and   Dufferln.
e.imi of the bonus which the applicunt     lfiy-Sapperton.
I. ,,-..,..red i" pai ror a license. 23-Queoi.s avenue and  Sixth.
24��� 'el avenue and Second.
"'   "''"  "   '   "ny tender not nee-     2._.r|fth ;i,���n,; mrth
'" '     26-Fifth avtfhi hth,
raph will 1    en>     -:   Thin] ajfen ie i th.
PERLEY il   i
,-. | Sixth.
i        : i
P, it.  st
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he had ii
i     .. i.  .
nl ''���-'<��� II ��� Id I
pn! ��� lnl      Bi no! ;- ���
���     In
i .,. ni, i.,..  ������ ���
ind 1 I by I
.. i .,
rhe b, i        ' and
.   thl    cltj   dec!
I be held let i
co  for    any
evasion luty i       innei 11 in
with I
Castro,
Princess Vic*orli    I1
Rome,  May 32.- Queen     i ��� ��� and i
and I'riui'i'ss Victoria arrii     - * re to
day from Naples, where i'i ���   landed
from Ihe i!rltis!i royal inr.   inctorl'i
and Albert, Tbey were fotug to Pari*
and I'On Ion owing bt) tbe hi i! n or th*'*
princess, who, It is r* -ertel  n   nit',-.
Ina; from anemia, nml wish ..       consul! iiMno noted physicians. I
M
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THURSDAY, MAY
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
ProD.
r<cco;o>ro::*>::o:o>>>:o>>>:>>>il w&assa
^ FlfTEEN-DOLlAR CLAIM   ._,.        ,
is rich investment I rloorglazej
Enamel!
BOAT PULLER SELLS DEEDS TO ;���;
BO.NANZA TO PETER GARRICK S
FOR  MERE TRIFLE. *
usl  because Iim "cul.I nut  resist    n
fFARM FOR SALE-)
i : oal pullers appeal for fifteen iinl-   y;
!���!
for >;
to   .,   $
���;
���' :���:
In fine 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.
i fi.
Price,   -
$4,500
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Rea! Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS 6? PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
PFFJCE = FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
lars   last   summer,   in   exchangi
which he was given  title deeds
��� ;  , osedly   worthless   claim    on   thi
;  i anza   Creeli   in  the   Yukon,   Petei
Garrick, a   farmer  ol   Lulu  Islam!   ie
' i i ty  on  a fair  waj   to   becomin
Iman of much wealth.   The abandonee
claim   was  recently     worked   for  thi
third   time,  and   i!i<j    precious    mea
was  found     in   large    quantities,
syndicate   was   immediately    form
for the purpose of acquiring the claim   >?<
.���   considerable trouble  was experi-  [���]
enced before ibe' preseni holder of the  !��;
I* eds    was  discovere'.    it    appears ��
the  deeds  have changed  hands  .��
several   times,   the    value    dropping  ,���!
steadily   with  each   trade,   until  thi     !��;
id   become   something   like   a   joki   J
mong the  men   who   were disposing   >*<
of  ir   from   iim*' to  time, !���!
Th* miner who Isposed of the y
claim to Mr. Garrick had been down 'J?
fn his lurk for some time, and when I*!
he traded the dei ds for fifteen dollars, he was emj loyed as boat puller
by tbe Currie and McWilliams cannery. Shortly after this he wenl
away, and his present whereabouts
are unknown. The syndicate lias offi red Mr. Carrie!; $100,000 for the
claim, and the transfer of the deeds
will likely be mad* In a few dins
[S READY FOR USE.
I- dri* m hard over night, with
igh gloss, and
i | Wears On the Floor _
���Not Off
���
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It w.ar.~ aa well nn Om-        ��
side as Inside Floors. ft
Soaji and water dots not
mar it.
Use   it
Floors,
.ii   vour   Insult' .���.
Vi randa    ami 8
Porch    Flours,    Outside ,���,
anil    Inside    Stairs    or >;
Steps, and wherever yo i *
want a durable i*<
High Gloss Enamel Finish.
I ANDERSON I
" y LUSBY
���    v.    __^~_     I
K S
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
MANSFIEID RESTS
IN QUIET SURREY
ACTOR VERY ILL ON JOURNEY
FROM NEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL���IMPROVING.
A BOTTLE OE
SCENT
is always acceptable: A
present the young man can
give his lady friends at any
time. We stock . . .
HEADQUARTERS __
Seely \��
SCREEN DOORS
SCREEN WINDOWS
GARDEN HOSE
GARDEN TOOLS
and REFRIGERATORS
BRYSON   &  SONS
H
<v. aware, Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
London.  .May    22.���When    Richard     _ _
Mansfield was assisted out of his ear   PpffjJ TTIPQ
upon   the  arrival  ol   the  train   from UIIICO
the steamship Minneapolis, In French-
/ni'ii streel station this morning, he
ooked very well. With assistance he
���walked across the platform, estered
a rale and was di iven to a hotel. It
was learne I later tbal Mansfield Buffered a relapse shortly after the Minneapolis left Xew Vi .; He wis under the  ear., of  the ship's   physician DRUG   STORE
<">8��>OUt  the  voyage. Ellard Block, - Neu   Westmm.ter
Some  n!'  iii..  passengers  said thai   * ���	
ai one period on the voyage   il  was
feared that the great actor would die'
���' I en the Minneapolis gol within the
-"..- e of -a In less communication with
England a  London doctor was asked TACKLE
f    n.e. ��� the ship in Tillbury, and this
p qu* sl   was com lied   with.
Mansfield was carried from th*
ship to the train, but seemed revived
'���'��� ben 'l e train reach* .1 London. He
'������ i .  go to a quie! place In Surr'-y for
I    '��� W    lavs.
the finest in the world;
bottles all sizes; fancy
boxes. Prices to suit all
pockets.
T.A.Muir&Co's
FISHING
Sporting   Goods
Toys. Dolls
tr Agents for "KLBNO." "W
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SOUVENIRS
| for mailing to friends, or taking with
you, be sure and examine the collection
 AT	
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DO IT NOW
SAVE YOUR PAPERS
-. ���   ��� aria  -_._____
VALUABLES
By Renting <  f Our Long
Safe Deposit Boxes.
FOUR SIZES
I J. J. MACKAY & CO. !
UJ     '.  -  , ���
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
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! Electric Railway Service
:
* Interurban    Line.
Z Cars  for Vancouver and    way
X stations   will   run  every lialf-
��� hour from 5:50 a, m. to 11:30
��� il in.
X   City  Limits  Line���Service from
* 6:15 a. in. to i i  p. in.
21 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 and 2 ami 6 and 7,
��� 30 Minute  Service���During re-
# inaiiuler of day. Transfer ut
Leopold Place,
Sunday   Service   half-hourly  between s a.m. ami ll p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Service  from  ii.l!a a.
in. to l! p.m., except between
12 and Z, anil 5 and 7, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly,
Sunday Service hair-hourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
I
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd I
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ROM $2.50 PEB YEAR UP
We  cordially   invite
you to inspect them
at any time'.    :    :    j
*i::.^..,'
AND
FANCY GOODS
���AT
oreys
217-219 Columbia St.
Setond-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS,     RANGES,    STOVES,
BUREAUS, DEOSTEADS,  ETC.
A Complete Stock in
Our Hosiery Department
We feature this de a I .������ it todaj   I     an
i.man.i   varieties of   Ladies',  .Misses'  and   Boj     i
I
Women's  Lace  Hose     in     biack
?nd  tan, per pair 35c to  75c.
Women's   Colored   Cotton   Hcse
in   shades   of  cardinal,
sky,   pink,   grey,   tan,   w
cream,     black,     champagne
per   pair   35c.
��A     ���:
* m  -
navy.   * W
.bite,   V^L
���'.
Embroidered Cotton and Lisle,
per pair 35c  to   75c.
Messes' Hose, in cottcn or lisle,
plain or lace, in cardinal, tan.
white and black; per pair 20c
to   50c.
Boys' heavy ntbed  cotton  Hose with   double   knees   and   heel,    . ,
and   black, all   sizes:   25c  to 40c per pair
Infants'  Hosiery   of  every   description will be found here in
lines.
comp.ete
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminst
er
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DAINTY
STYLISH
AT ALL PRICES ..
Uf WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia st,
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Extra Good
i; n Ash Btreet, ��� onvenieni   ti   cai   and  Fourl aii
rooms     $1500.;
Fourth avenue, modern house, six roomi   near cai      ��� ���:
20 acres on North Road, unimproved,    firsl    'i.e.-- P ce,
; ��� ;   acre
$55,
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
WHAT IS MD
-��� I  ' -1 good FEED    We li i
-   ' only,    Mai .        ....      .Mii'.,',   gh .i .���  ihem
-��� - -���  then . our live   toe i.   by   building  up   bone
an i   . ���  c .HNEFAC.
LADIES have you tried the Pastry Flour made bj ''���
Milling Company. If not Telephone 333 and tn It; ''���
obtained  are excellent.
Rushton K&_sPeck I McQUARRIE & CO.
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We  also do all  kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign   Man  on   Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
PRONT  STREET. Telephone 33
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., im.
F. J. HART,
i.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'iffloe 'Phone 18..       Ben 'PDone 137
Columbia bt.
Baggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly to ��ny
Light and Heavy Haulinj
Office���Tram  Depot
BIG   SALE   OF
SPICES AND  EXTRACTS
At Cost Prices, SATURDAY.
:      Don't Miss the Sale.
Edmonds Tea Co.
32 Sixth Street
Phone 309
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