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 'hite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
E four. PHONE 85
:EPAG
VOL!'.UK 2, NUMBER 122
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
SEE  PAGE  FOUR. PHONE   85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 24. 1907,
��� --��� .
Id CENTS PER \\ EEK
)REGON IS EXCITED        C. P. R. METHODS     YOUTHFUL HERO        BILLIONS OF FLIES
OVER LAND GRANTS     SEVERELY CENSURED       SAVES LAD'S LIEE SWARM ON VESSEL
larriman's   Illegal   Holdings Will   be   Taken   From   Him
By Clamoring Public���Citizens Stampede tc.-  laim
Three Million Acres of Fine Land.
SHIPMENT CF BEER FOR NEW
HOTEL FAILS TO REACH ITS
DESTINATION.
    Ma.   23.- All   Oregon   is
.    j   ,m . xcitement.   Thousands
I ,."..'   and  stampeding to
'       oa(] land grants Su the Willa-
I ,    M. force Harriman to bui
acres  of the   fines!
late, which he has h* Id
���   MIH.
ears  Its quota of on-
,,      \  . ,;.i.   almost   everj   acre
[.,,,,:;   ���:. '; acl has bi <-m claim
,. on    .i llling to risk mom j
1 ... Mill   will   deluge   the
���   ::  with  litigation and, it  is
Fl     '. iM'illl    i;.
fcii^i, i. i . extends along the
1 ��� Vanillin county lee the
Ithem ��� ": ,1|(' state. II paries ol me of the features of a
Jervatloi op* ning, Law offices are
L , ; burr) Ing land-seekei s,
. and ti aographers arc working
mder high  pressur*      i; ���
for sei iie ���     n tin   lan 3 Idii g    noi -
poratlons. _
" :���   Se    = ������   lhat     m
i     every I rter  see
ol  lhe : ind  held          . .
If the      t5..ement   con
limn
soon be in litigation,
by men  who  will  ���   i  give up until
���.-.��� in t���e .
Pn     : torneys
��� ���    md      etalner ai
to fighl  the battli ���      Ives. Thi
���.-" Involve s lan      ...      | al  $100,-
 ���  at a coi   ���   ., - ..   ���   iln ate.
1 "mmm.,n's       ,   ���, ling   lo
neai,. egulai ender of $ 100 I i em h
claim, and when ll Is ri fused, as similar tenders have been In the past,
will Immediately take the < i into
court   for  settlement
IERP0INT PURCHASES
PARIS COLLECTION
REDMOND MUST BOW
TO PUBLIC OPINION
hP.GAN SECRETLY  SPENDS  MILLION DOLLARS   ON   WORKS  OF
lART IN   FRANCE.
OUTCOME OF CONVENTION MAY
OUST PRESENT LEADER���GENUINE   HOME   RULE   WANTED.
.. m      Maj  23.   Announcement
|j   li ...n  todaj ilmi .1. P. Morgan
. )..-��� i In Paris for more than
00   ;���   greal   Hoentschel   coition im    tn iuy.~, statuary and rur-
fi.:-   "i    li i ed    by    experts    the
.���jv iif objects of the
od i rafts in the world.
��� gotiations   and    bale
greati       ���   ������ cj   has been  niain-
m hs, owing i.i a  belief
::..���   definitely  known
: in an American an
��� ��� ild bi   made by the authori-
irevenl     its    li a i Ing
:"    Manj ��� : Ita carvings, pan.'Is
were taken in times e.f
������    - .. irchi s,    cathedrals
palaces, ..el  others are of ��uch
'������������ '       hat     l in'.,       was      ;i   . i
���  . ��� pi e bension that i hej
some   way   det lined  al-
��� '   has as   yet  no    such
Ion <en the exportation
s   at   that   which   obtains
ii i ii  received thai    the
��� "in <ef the splendid i ol-
ioa wi     a Its way to the Unite I
' that there was no lon_ei
��� ar of official    inter-
in    'MIS   Hell   yet   ell'eM !   ll
on hi    nay make <n' the
it it is Mi.iii'el ili.it
-   ���   ��� liven a part of ll
mm useum   ni   art, i!
��� .I.m.
Dublin,   .May   23.���The   Nationalists
are of the opinion thai one result * f
Hi.' rejection e.i Mr. BJrf* ll's Irish bill
by the National convention, will bo to
compel the Liberal i artj al the a xt
gem ral election to incorj orate ln its
. I't-ngi.i'n    s.im.'    genuine home   . iie
scheme.    In the meantime they expec!
j thai  the preseni parliament  will take
Mr.  Bryce's  Irish  University bill and
other   Irish   legislation.     The    Irish
n ' mbers of th*   ho is*    of   commons
, will continue to c* -0| erate with  tl i
1 Liberals on   gem ral   legislatl in,
The       postl lon    oli! li lans In    Ireland profess 'in  opinion thai the outcome of thc convention threatens John
!���:.   Redmond's  leadership  in  the  Na-
leclares thai  Mr.
Redmond mum the oth* r Irish members
ol   the   I ouse   imm i   -���>   Dublin   from
Westminster im* ndlng to support the
, :.   bul   when   thi >   reachi i   Ir i.i .���:
they   were  fori ��� d   to    i ow  to  public
... iuiien.   They si \  II woul i be int.r-
, sting to learn how far the Irish mem-
. ��� -   were consulte !  In  tii*-   pn \ ara-
lon of the  bill,  and  whether oi   no!
i tbey promised the i abin* I their 6up-
. 1'iirt.
I, |S certain, thej I* lan . tha! thi
Nationalist par y, would hav* b* ea
ho] i :. ssly spl ��� If th* Irish members
: ail  attempted  to  Btem  populaT feei-
.,���,;  the  worsl  dissensli f re-
,, j,-   vears   woul 1   ' ive rei tilted.
Nels     Nelsoi        roprietoi       :
eVestminst* ewery,    has
a..:.- . . oui thi  mann r
In  whi* :.  the C.  P,   U.   an    hai
��� i       f go* om New We st-
In sue iking  to a  News  n -
li ������   night,   Mr.   N* son stal   .
lha    '.-   had   shi] pe I  a  eonsig
���'    eer lasl   Mon . ij   to  P,  Mi Donald,
ol   H intlnj    m. which has  nol  . -  yel
' M  Its    I*    mm;.m. _
Mr. X' Ison, in tei m.. his ste rj . aid,
'Mr. McDonald who Is starting a new
������ . . -   ei mtingl :. ordered a  lo   of
eei fi mi me, which 1 s* nt via the
1'. P. it. ' :. M ada;. < xp< cting ll to
arrive at its  1* stination without di
goo Is not arriving, Mr, Mel i .-
al l :.. id* a trip to New V.'estmim ��� r
anel In ��� dewed the C. P. R. and was
toi i nol :m worry that the bei r wi
��� in H intlngton as sunn as he was
I am now in receipt of a letter from
Mr McDonald in which he states that
I ��� ano: do business better than
��� le*' will have to deal elsewhere,
as u t* dat* a ... ods ha\��� reach.d
him."
' Now, ! di n't think this _ sq i r.
deal," continued Mr, Nelson, "as th
1'':- must be simply lying in th*
sheds ..- Vancouver, and wiih consignments from New Westminstei
treated In ihis way. i: is Impossible
'.. compete with Vancouv* r. The C.
P. R. understand this, anel [( looks as
if the company was simply trying to
drive tra Ie awa from "his city in
the en<leaver to turn it into Vancouvi r channi Is. 1 think it is high time
something is done to get . bettor
showing Foi New Westminster from
ihe C.  P. R,
EIGHT-YEAR-OLD     BOY     RESCUES
playmate FT.OM   a   WATEnv Ferocious Insects Drive   Sailors Below Decks for Severa
grave  in  fraser river. Hours���Appeared Like a Dark Cloud on Horizon
���No Explanatiou of Phenomenon.
Al the ii- I his own life little
Aid* a Lamont, .. out elghl yeai - ��� I
age rescui I Ji in Hayden from a
waterj grav* asl night. The sc ne
if the a Idei was me of the Blips
.. mm   Inti river   trom   the   G.
x. R. wharf, v�� u re Ca] t. T, Hei ring,
who had jus! come over from S >u .,
Westminst* . I led Lis boat, Th ee
youngsters, John Hayden, Alden La-
an ! ano! ei lad all about the
si ne age, w hei were roaming .. -.-
Fronl street abe I eighl o'clock In the
. vening spied - ipt. Herring's little
crafl tied up to the slip, and thought
i a goo ! . porl mity to play in the
t,
They accordingly ran down to the
slip and young Lamont jumped in.
Little Johnny Hayden was next, but
instead of reaching the boat in safety,
his fool slipped and he plunged into
the river, between the wharf and the
1 oat. Alden, with remarkable presence of mind, shouted to the other
little fellow to run for assistance, and
rushed to the .tern of the boat where
the Btrong current had already swept
his playmate, ind reaching far over
the side, at the risk of falling In himself, seized Hayden by the collar at I
the moment he was about to disap-
; ear for the Inst time.
By the time Messrs, Monk, Poing-
destre and Lynn arrived on the scene,
directed by the third youngster, Alden : 	
Lamont had succeeded in dragging Po,j0wlng a cust0m indulged in for
Hayden into the boat, and, support- ^ ]agt forty.tw0 years, the Mosl
Ing the little fellow, started for borne. 1^,,^, and Honorable Hyack Anvil
People who witnessed the windup of kBttery wln Hre ,ht, annmii Sahite a:
the affair are loud iv their praises of twelve 0.clock 110l)n, today. Th*	
young Lamont, a;...) many were heard   monj   wi���  be performed  a8 U8ua]  i���
Portland, On ��� May 23.���Billions if
flies in a swarm so dense thai th<
sun ��� . - obscured for several hojrs
envel ed the Noi ��e glan Btean ship
Sa . drove the Bailors from ihe' deck
and * ompelled them to remain ��� I -
until a northerly breeze sprung p
and drove the pests away from - ���
vessel while she was lying sixty miles
off the Galapagos islands. The Sark
arrived In this port yesterday with
the strange tale of the insect attack.
Capt. Dale, who has passed the islands many times, says he is at a loss
���'��� fathom the peculiar phenomenon,
The Galapagos islands are crossed by
the equator a few miles westward of
South America. The Sark was
plowing her way through a mirror-
like s. a and the light breeze of the
preceding evening had faded into a
dead calm.
Suddenly a dark cloud appeared i n
the horizon and iis dimensle ns and
densltj Increased rapidly K.
��� I; on I oard hoped for a rain sl i m
: or a cloudy skj to ward iff the
scorching rays of the sun. bul disappointment awaited them instead
of a cloud of vapor came a swarm .-if
buzzing Insects which covered the
ship from stem to ste-rn te* a depth of
several inches in many places. The
'inire crew was driven below decks
by the ferocious insects. The d* :k>
house had been newly painted, and
wiihin a few minutes the labor of sev-
��� ral da.vs bad been destroyed. The
flies stuck to the painted walls as
tbey had leeen covered    with    el
i
paper.
The swarm of flies remained    w
the ship until late at night, when t.
; Sark   finally   ran    into     a     north, rly
.breeze that drove    the    pests    away
away from the vessel.
HYACK ANVIL BATTERY
!      Will GIVE SALUTE
	
ANCIENT CEREMONY TO BE OBSERVED AT NOON���MANY ARE
THE TOASTS TO FOLLOW.
LOGGING CAMPS
BEING DESERTED
WORK IS PLENTIFUL AND MEN
DECLINE TO STAY LONG AT
ONE PLACE.
FROM  SALMON  TRAPS.
Capt.  Matthews Accomplishes Driving
cf Five Traps in a  Month.
Victi i in.   May    23- Ca] t.     Chaib s
Matthews,  ihe well-known   I .     ma:
rived from Sooke * ��� sterdaj ��� i
spend thi holldaj-s after driving ri\,
salmon traps In the .traits In thirty-
one days, a record work. Mr. Matthews and his crew drove these ���". - :
and two traps for the Capital City
i'anning - mpnn.v. These ;wei an il
Tugwell creek and Sherringhnm
Point, and Capt. Matthews' traps are
at Joi lan Iver, See.,.' and near VI-
1. rl ll. ad. This trap, wil! be th -
uearesi to Victoria���being al out fou
miles distant. Capt Matthews will
���, rate the sti am. r Squid at liis
traps this season in conjunction vith
thi Cai iia! Citv Canning company,
and has contracted for his spring salmon with Mr. Weiss, ol  Seattle, ��* ho
uin  arrive  h   shortly  to  estal llsh
m   mild-curing   plant   I     prepare    hi
salmon for shipment to Germany.
: say that if ever a youngster
s. ived the Carnegie medal, In
talnly floes
jflRST   ALASKAN    STEAMER.
���m i 'ec  Pipes  Being  Shio-
' to  Dawson.
>.'.   It.  i Bartered  boai
��� -'  Westminster for Al iska
re  early   ibis   morning,
tei*   proceed x> take on a
f ���  hydraulic plpi s, inl in I-
I mi mines.
', Ihe llalwar*!, -i.i one
'   vessels owned  by the
-1 "     * -:mship company, and is
���"���imm an immense cargo.
ll   I'eiile "ii  car loads of
' be  taken, bul   as several
ire on  the  way    to  New
i -iii'iiii- boat will short-
rrlvc here  for  the  remainder of
The   Halward   will  go to
,'""  vla  *'.   .Michael  and  then up
['iikini.
I1"!   It
f'1 fro
]��i||
'' IK   was  in   charge  of  the
111  the mouth  of the  river.
1,1   'be'  boai   al   the  V.  AV.
���   where  the  cargo  Will   be
'iflht  New  Sunday Law.
inn,l)0K.    May    _::,- The    Italian
ers will boycoti  all the whole-
'""';'s   Which    refused     tn   sign
lition to ihe government ask-
i,      :   :- ;i in remain    open    on
SQUATTERS  MUST  GO.
Point  C'ey    Resident-,   to   be   Evicted
Within   Thirty  Days.
Vancouver,   M   i   -''    Following th*
to     ige  o ���   "      '    '
Poinl Grey res* n     '    ihe provim lal
Bovi rnmenl com* b 'ie" announi lenl
thai within tb" next thirty daj i a I
,,,,. BqUatters now In possi sslon of
Inn ! mi the reserves are to be * vl
, d, Official instruct mis for
ousting of these men may be expected any day. II Is stated thai ns
.i���. government bas determined fo
Bell more of Its land ai Poinl <T-;y
the BQuattera mun so so that purchasers will noi find they have
b0Ughl a legal contest with the squat-
,���,., with the clearing oul ol the
Bquatters   there will   be  no possible
cloud "ii iiii* *���
Altogether there are aboul a hundred squatters on the Poini Grey ie-
serves, While some of them nre
white   men   who  have  been  there  for
mnny yearS) the majority of themare
fapanese sbingle-boltcutters who have
��� isire to make a fight to retain
possession. Now thai boltcuttlng has
,���,,.��� stopped, the occupation of the
rap������ese is gone in that locality, and
they will likely deseri their shacks for
fishing boms when the Bockeye season opens, and no trouble will be experienced i'i getting rid of them.
With some of the white men the ease
Lay be different owing to the length
I of their occupation of the land.
BIG SEAM OP COAL
NEAR WELLINGTON
"front .���; T. Oven's blacksmith shop,
'''" and all the old time ceremonies will
be carried out, The parade is called
for eleven-thirty, when Grand Corn-
Legal Baseball. mander in Chief and Swabber Captain
Tv.. legal lights of the city, ha*- Peel* will call off the roll, after
Ing duly m ������!��� . the challenge to which he will appoint the officers for
.' baseball game sent to them by the the day. Thomas Ovens, by virtue of
Vancouvei lawyers, are now act've-1 long established custom, will be
ly picking out thei. team and arran?- powder monkey, but all other offic-
ing matters in connectfon wiih i'he ers, who rejoice In such fearsoru*
ig event. Ken Brown will dazzle tl e names as powder monkey, dght
V'anconver men Will fadeaways an.4! j holster, left holster, toucheroff, blow-
chain lightening curves, ii having erup, chockerup, timer, staff sergeant,
been dtscover* I bj accident thai l.e staff photographer, etc., etc., will bo
once pitched n egame while atten,!;rg appi Inted by the O. C C. and S. The
school. I'p to the ;.resent, no catcher eohimissariat is looked after bj I
las been selected, and the still litp.it the licensed victuallers in the city,
for a strong n* �� : man goes merril. Captain Peele and Thomas Ovens
rn. .1. P. Hampton Hole has ''e.n are the only two survivors of the
elected captain, while P. .1. Hart h'is original batterj, but new recruits nre
hoe'ii request* I to accept the nm:.- added every year, and the ceremonj
agement if the team. As n guarnn- bids fair to be kepi up for many
fee of good faith, these two cer"',- j'ears to come. A rumor to the effeel
men havi been requested to p'nee thai thi St, Barnabas boys' brigade
their autos at the disposal of ._���_ would i pari in this year's cere-
team on the da when tli" ���-- ��� mon'es is generally discredit! '. as
game takes place the I        i re n n i I o young ti
���  m       th<  Importanc*   ol tl
bl*   ��� ���   ts whi h are honor*.'
ini-1* ��� '-'.'���,'.
s. nl ..,..���
ent of th    cheers   ���      ii
I thirst; guard.
!. -..   live i!i"  An. li nl    an l    Hon
.nvil   mtten
PROSPECTOR DISCOVER8 BLACK
DIAMONDS���IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT    EXPECTED.
Nanaimo,  May 23.���A   big s* am  of
coal has been discovered al  Wellin .-
ton.    The find Is on    Harry    Bl
place, jusi adjoining the west side ol
IWellington, on the place recently ,un-
'chased by him from Mr. .lames \,\o. -.
.Mr.  Gilfillan  made the    discovi r;
lie c menced  prospecting there on
: May 7 and made the big' discover)
yesterday, finding a seam ol seven
feet, three feet of top eeml an 1 four
feet of splendid ban! coal, Mr. Oil-
flllan  Bays that  undoubtedly the old
Wellington seam lias been picked up
again. The coal runs in a slope and
Mr, Gilfillan was in town thia afl ir-
I noon securing the services of a couple
of men to go out to the discovery to
open up the slope.
Just  how much  coal there is  e;in
nol  al   present    be  determined,    'ml
| those who have vlRlteei tho scene of
tlie  place believe there is every  reason   to  think   that   there is n   lai
body of the precious black dianie-n I
It is likely that an lni|Kirlant announcement regarding the luck discovery will be made in a few
McKINLEY'S WIDOW
SLOWLY DYING
STRICKEN WITH APOPLE X Y. LEt-'T
ARM PARALYZED, THE E* O
IS   HOURLY   EXPECTED.
Can;.ui   O .   Mti)   23,    Mrs.   Wil
McKinl* y  hni ered  a   stroke   i ;
paralysis   and   i-e ���   att n ling   ; h
lan,   Dr.   O,   E   Poi teman,   i aid
afternoon thai she la unconscious and
there is no hope of her recovery,
V mi ssagi ���--. ��� seni to Surg*
Genera! Rlxey al Washington this afti rnoon ai '-ine: tl a he com,, here if
possible Vdmir. Rlxey was physician io the late Preeidoni McKlnley
���m.i attended Mrs. McKlnley during
her last serious illness after the trip
iof President and Mrs. .McKlnley to
California.
Mrs. MoKinloy lia,) heen driving b1-
j most   dally   until   T'leselay,   although
she suffered   an attack  uf grippe    a
week   ago  and   later  an    attack    of
bronchitis.
Tuesday   she was   stricken   with  a
slight attack of apoplexy und her left
arm became paralyzed.     Lati r   she
l iaio a   omatose state nnd this
lei nil      Bh*     MeiMime      uncoiiM.
lie" attending physicianf* _&j that ow-
l'ing to bei   enfeebled  condition   the
Faiewell  Partv.
On      I Mi-s Roberta Th - i-
���  .  ��� . .   foi   Phi enix,
tvi a month's i Is
her . ol '���- ��� Charle s, prim Ipal oi I In
Phoenix high si hool, a farewell >
was given to i arg* numbes ol h*
friends yesterdaj evening Mrs Dr,
R. Ti Iford, of \ m< .m.i e . and M;s.
W, 9 Colli . i , .mu ed ten fe*r the
guests, while Miss i\ Johnston, Miss
r   Wai * nd  Miss  M   Sutherland
waited  en  iin     m lea      Little   M is
Oertle Bun -.������ eivi i the guests ..
door,    lYr the occasion, the   rooms
had  i eon  charmingly  decorated, ibo
Isupper table especially being worth)
of mention. Lying on the center of
the table was a large mirror, on
which stood a huge vase, filled with
beautiful roses, carnations and sweet
pea . The frame of the mirror was
���     "red   with   a   mass   of clover  and
ll en haves, tied with chiffon. The
baj] had been converted into a sifMm;
room, and was also well deeorated.
Aid, ���! J, Johnston chairman of th*
Library committee,  stated  yesterday
.in! ibe public library would he closei'     .m.i  the librarian   win he
I*   i    .'ii.iin  a  well  ��-;��imcsv holldn...
The   logging   contractors   operating
around   this  district   are   complaining
bitterly  that thev   have extreme difficulty  in  keeping men  at   work    al
their logging camps for any length ���
lime, as work is too plentiful and je>
too easily secured to offer  the  m*
sufficient   inducement   to   remain
one place for more than a few weeks
at a time.
The men do not have to be oul of
work half an hour after they arrive in
this city, and they are well aware of
this fact. No sooner do they receive
al.ont a hundred dollars or so In
wages than they are anxious to come
tn the rity. indulge in a good time,
and start off to work again for some
new firm,
Speaking of the present condition *'f.
things, a contractor told the Ne*tVs
yesterday thai he was in hopes thai
there would be a big Influx of men
here within a short time, as a large
number of the camps on the - ei
side of the line would be closing *-":'1-
as the mills could not handle the logs'*
already cm. Another reason foi tl e
closing eef the camps is thai the Am-
1 ii.-ems objecl to cutting logs In (he
Bummer time, on account of the
danger of fire.
The closing of the camps win n* i
��� Industrj affecti d, as _ \jg
n eeting i I shingle manufai I in rs wil
���p   hel l  in   Bellingham   tomoi ron   i
"- upon the question of th*   i .    ���.
d< wn  ii Ilia  In Whatcom,  Skagii  an
Snohomishh   counties    until    shin i
stocks neu in store al the mill ��� a .is
������������.'-   moved    w batcora and Sl i li
1    mt) " ng um he fully represented
and  moat  ol  the Snohomish County
��� is ar*' evi ie ini to attend,
tl  Is    lalmetl  bj  Whatcom County
. r thai onlj 60 per cent, of the
norma! outpul of the mills Is represented by the pi mis now in operation.
The railroads are only supplying i s'
per cent of the ears required to fo
ward shipments, and unless there IS
radical change In the car Bupplj s'
nation  or  the  mills close down, the
accumulation of stocks em this eoaat
Will  be far In  advance of   thc ability
of tho roads to ban.lie them.
if a closing movcmeni is ordered at
the Bellingham meeting, another session of the manufacturers win be held
in the Southern  counties.
Mayor Kear.v. accompanied bj   \".
lien., y. chairman ol the   boai I   of
works, yesterday afternoon celled u;>-
on C, P. R. Agent Goulet, and point.J
onl to him the need of certain alter**
tions In the location of the track ;*
the  corner    of    Eighth    and     Froi
streets and also near the Royal Oi��
hotel, the tracks being too close tu
the sidewalk ln both cases.   Work on
the  moving  of  the  tracks  wil!    be
commenced Immediately. THE   DAILY   NEWS.
*
SECOND-HAND JUNK STORE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS CF
SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES.
BEGBIE STREET
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Snips  Suggests St   ks
When:, eg, May 22.���!"ni.iie ���    .  rs in
ten 1 i 1.1 ne  '.
�� nl. si eloyers grant   ' '��� ���   U v,
of  li:"-     ci nts  im.   startl ���   . -     :
, -.ven;..    i.ii  ol   from   twen . ������ ��� i i
PtlOni) 214    hirtj'-three cents per hou   ci. ttxra*
    Employers say they are wi'.ip_ -    pa*
���  ���     ages demanded, If tii i ��,i.   n w! ,
guarantee capable workmen   but cai*
agree  to it   at   prese.i .    where
work  turned out   Is often in-.-'isfa'-
. lory.
SCULPTRESS WEDS
JAPANESE POEf
ROMANTIC CEREMONY PERFORMED AT NATURE'S ALTAR-
GOING TO JAPAN.
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
T.I. 113. Office, Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
HORSE-SHOEING
Thoroughly Reliable, Expeditiously
Finished,     Best uf  Workmanship.
��� AT ���
H. M. KNUTSON'S, - Sth St.
"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.
"The Farm Land Specialists,"
New Westminster
WE HAVE
All the leading brands of
Teas and Coffees
You can get your favorite
 AT	
Adams g Deans
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* v
* Established 1887 Incorporated 190(3 J
I Gilley Bros, ltd!
Seattle, May 22.���Gertrude F.Boyle,
a  California   sculp! r* ss.   i nd   T i  ���
jKanno, -.i Japanese poet, critic and
philosopher, were married early yesterday morning on the beach at Alki
point, Rev, Hubert Johnson, for mam
years a missionary to Ja] an, officiating.
Miss B iyle met the cultured rapan-
. se at the home of Joaquin Miller at
Oakland. The laws of California
would nol permit the marriage, an 1
as Kanno was called to Seattle some
months ago to take ch irge of the
Methodist Japanese mission, they dc
cide i T ' havi the ceremony perform-
id here.
Miss Boyle arrived four days agr>
and Alki point was chosen as the spot
where they wished to be married
'with iii" sea al theii feel an! th
sky forming the ceiling of the natura:
' ithedral.
������| don'l  c ire for the notoi ietj   thH
' will entail," said the bride lasl night.
"1 know that people who re illy know
and appreel il ��� the Jap inese of ib ���
high - I pe v. ill fee] thai mj action
is right, bul their opinion wouldn't
weigh   with   mo  even   if  they disap-*
j proved.
"For a lev, weeks we will remain
in Seattle, where my husband has
charge of the mission, ami then we
win an tn Oakland, where I am working   on   a   bust   of   Mrs.   Miller,   the
!mother of the poet. Later we will sail
for Japan, where we will found an in-
dependent school, he teaching Uteri
'nre and philosophy; I will .en o:-
with my work as a sculptor, and am
sure I will linei in Japan a great field
for development."
WHERE TO DINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All (Night
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS.
&
*    WELLINGTON     LUMP    COAL
%    WELLINGTON   WASHED  NUT
��� co-
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
ANP! PEA  COAL.
vlOX COAL AND COKE.
^ CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
���
X VANCOUVER PORTLAND CE
X MENT.
��� This   celebrated   Cement   is
��� ised by nearly all lace contract-
��� nr- in the Province.
ROSEBANK   LIME.
NEW   BRUNSWICK   PLASTER.    ���
���
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MANTEL *
ON TRIAL FOR CRUELTY.
Southern  Pacific   Keep  Cattle Confin-
ed Without Food 24 Hours.
San Francisco, May 22.���Thc
I Southern Pacific company filed an
[swers in the United States district
court today to twenty-one suits recently brought against ii by the government. In these suits the railway
company is charged with (.aving rio-
Iated the law, which provides that cattle being transported on trains Khali
be unloaded, watered and fed every
twenty-four hours. The company d
answer to the allegations asserts that
tbe owners of the cattle gave permission to keep the cattle onfined nn
the journey from Oregon inel Nevada
to San Francisco. It is Stated, in ad
dition, that there was no feeding ami
watering place along the route.
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
CHAINED    HAND   AND   FOOT.
FIRE
CLAY     and
BRICK.
���
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From the Clayburn Clay Co.   *
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN
���
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TILE,   *
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SAND, CRUSHED  ROCK. ���
X Telephones: Office 16,    Manager's Residence 22 X
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WHEN YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
(Maple Loaf Label)
Is the best v��lue, because it is pure, nutritiou3 and very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Lunatic   Thinks   he   is   Central   Telephone   Exchange.
Vancouver, May 23.���Ch lined hand
and foot, In oi ler that he might be
kepi from doing barm to himself, a
violent lunatic arrl red fi om Lund i u
the steamer Cassiar ibis morning. The
man was A. McLeod, a logger ; u i
Higgins' camp. The firsl sign lie.
showed of a deranged brain was to
demand certain money which he
claimed he had given into the safekeeping of the purser. L itei he !u
came violent, and had to be chained.
On il," arrival of the vessel the
in "-. ini'i.el ; ollce were teli ihone I for
am! Chief Colin Campb* II took Mc-
!.' od -ii be examined, One of
ballui Inatlons of the man Is his belief thai lie I a centr il teleph me n_-
chanee,
REAL   ESTATE   TAX   BY-LAV.'.   1.07,
A '.;. -law to fix the   : tt*   .11. i pr i.  I
for I ' ���������.' s on   ���   ���
isses ��� i ele    i o iei I    In city i
N   ..    V\ estmlnst.i   fo      thi     year
j 907.
Thi       u 11 of th*
poral ion ol I he city of New We; -1
.-iir en id - as  follow -:
1. There shall   ���  raise 1, levii d and
illect* I, foi  th*   yeai   1907,      m the
assesse 1 value  if all th   . iteable real
pn   ���   ��� -   !n   ��� lee'  sal!   city,   as   shown
on   the   : m   rei i-i    --��� ssmenl , .  II
��� hen of, .i i '���������   M 2i mills In the
lar, fo     ii   - illowlng purpoi es:
1 11    Tm   | rovlde   for   sinking   : i
and inti  esl on   le   entures issue.
the   corpon  Ion     nd   oul   ind mm.   17
mills and 96-i hs of a   mill In  the
dollar, less 10 and 33-i hs -ef a mill
receive :  in  g* neral n \ i nue
i mi    To   pro\i le  for   the   p ij m m;
of  ch irges   for school   purposes,     16
mills and  2S-1 hs ol  a mill In  the
dollar, less i mills an 1 89- lOOths i I
a mill received fron ��� ducatl in .!������-
paiI ment.
(c)    To provide a general  revenue
for the use of the    I  ea for th ���
year   1907,   I   mills  and   9S-100th
a mill in the dollai:
2, E\ ���.} pi rson nho is assesse !
on the ri--. Ise I assessmi at roll for the
current year shall cause to be >ald
to the < ollector of the sai! city, al
his office, city ball, the full am i in!
of the taxes for which he or sh'- is
rated under this by-law, together �� I .
all arrears fit' any) within thirty
'lays after demand bas 'ieen madi I i
the same, and any person who i -
fuses or neglects to pay such i.e."-
within the time hereby limited shall
be subject to the provisions of the
"Xew Westminster Act," 1888, . I
amending acts, with respeel to the
collection   if  taxes.
::. The collector is hereby authorized to receive' the raxes levied under this by-law in instalments of nol
li ss than one-quarter of the taxes
levied on any lot, and to allow the
liscounts provi led for in clause I
hi reof.
I. A discount "!��� reduction of one-
sixth "f the amount paid will be id-
lowed mi. all taxes levied nnder ibis
by-law if the same be paid to the c 1-
lector on or before the firsl day nf
August, 1907, 1" per cent, of the amount pal I, If paid on or before tl
first day of S* ptem ier, 1907; 7 1-2
per cent, of the amouni paid, If ,r>ai'!
on or bef ire the fii sl day of Ort.r , ���.
1907, and 5 per cent .of the amouni
paid, it' paid on or before the fii
day of \'"-. ��� n bei. 1907; but no d's-
cieiini or r* luctlon -h iii ' '��� allowi il
eai  arrears.
5.   This by-law ma     ee cited a   th
"Real Estate T ix By-law, 1907 "
Done   and ed  ii    open   cou
lhe.   20th     ! IJ    'ef   Maj .   A.   O.,    !""7
W,  II.   KEARY   M -
W. A   DUNCAN, ''in  Cle; I .
(L.S.)
f�� &**&&*> Put
9*~\
*__H1___1
(&���__ <____'*___
vercoats
���the brand that made Canada.
famous for its durable, well
made clothing.
Do you know "PROGRESS
BRAND"?    Do you wear it?
Look for the label that
typifies progress.
GO
aE____2____3__2_________S_J_^^
H.   L.   de BECK
: NECKLETS:
See Chamberlin's   window
of  Necklets,   in  GOLD,  SI]
GOLD- PLATED    and    PEARL
W. C. Chamberlin The Jeweier
AGENT HAMILTOS   WATCH ~~~~
B U LLETI N
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
iiwSl
!.  ivea Dally NEW    WESTMINSTER
9:20   a in       Blaine, Bellingham, Burlington, Mt.
!: 15    p m        Vernon,   Everett,  Seat! le,  p<
!: 35    p ia        Spokane SI Paul.and all poinl    i
[i: .0   a in Anacortes,  Woollej.  Rock|
Vancouver
:
3:00 ;i in
'a 55 p in
12  10 a tn
" - ���  .i .
The' Owl," between  Seati ���. \�����
. ������ ';;.!!!->.'.-. & Intermediate     . ���    t a       l(
\\
\*\
Leai ���   New  Westminster  for Guichon
i,      ion 6  p. in.,  Monday, V. i Ine   lay,   Frid
8:45 a. in. arrive from  lulchon; 9:10 a.ni   i..
ROUTE  OP  THE   l'A.Mn  L'S "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily  Overland  Trai ns _
S      ine, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Dulu     - g.
Imi :i-   and   all   leeiints   I.a t.
F ir ' omplete Information, rate i. berth n
on "'��� ������ Idress,
K   ('. MEY1
New V\. j; r
II. M. ADAMS, A
;       .  'if ('unniiiTiv  Buildinir,
,>>>.>X��>X��x��>>>xw.;��X��x*)>i ��� :�������:>��.�� > ��� ��� ��� > ��.,., ,,J
! "The Best is thc Cheapest"
The "Id rule works both ua.s if
j ou
j  the "Boston Dentists." Oui opei itors an
K      work, accomplished with the aid of tbe "Boston Dentists'"
;  !
.���<     ed painless methods, Is the besl   known  to thi
a      - il i  ���.-! i porcelain crown and bridge work cannot
1
'���:.       ai any price.    Let us give you an estinia
I We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years
Protective Guarantee
���i .	
|    Read Our Prices���They Never Change
>} Full set ol  teeth %'j and up     Gold   Fillings ii and ve
>���< i.    I Crowns   $5.00     Silvi    Filling... . 50e
!���' Bridge Work, per tooth  ..  $5.00     Extracting   *
$ 	
I THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Umited
|        407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
�� Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.   .DR. A.  R. BA KER.   Consulting Dentist.
:.i;.wor<K>>>>>r<o>>>>::<o::c�����>:w
B. C. Mills, Timber and|
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doors.|
Interior Finish,    1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stocli Flair, and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS / TTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining-
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
New W-ttWI
Telephone 12.
fc^*��'������ mammam*a4mamamaaWk**W4*a4m^m*amam4*amma4Wa*
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1811
CAPITAL
RESERVE
{,4.400,000.03
m-,030,000.0-3
!.iiii-l
,n, Ei*"
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  ':|     ,\ i
New Vork, Chicago and Spokane, r.s.A., and MeI(l
eral Banking Business Transacted. . ,.t_ of tWB
Letters of Credit issue.,!, available win   correspondents In :l
World. ^ ,,���pi;"-,ri
Savings Bank   Department.      Deposits   received  In sums of t   ��    e) ,fl.-|
������mi Interesl allowed at 3 per coct, per annum (i'r
fcur times a year.
Total AGsets over S1C8.000.000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. <*'��� "
BRyMXEB
.,.���  M>��*1 ���I_A<     M
AV 24, 1907.
T HE   DAILY
BWS.
lorthcrn
pacific
Three
-rranscontinenta!
Trains DaiJy
���; the Fam
OAST LIMITED"
| tn  -..    Low Kates.
i ��� :ellen1 Si r ice
[w York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Pau
AN]       :   :   UNTS EAST
I on   ale to all Euro
ni
I   Reduced    Rates    Round   Trlf
to   Southern   California,
Ida
[Rates
en call i'ii ''1- write
\\e;. Gei ��� rai Agent,
St., Vancouver, B. C.
. _RLTi IX,
Portlai
*t<.  *******
MARKET
REPORT
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to
gil
trinsic
i.
anadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
consider the individual,  and it is our aim
you  at  a  given  price   infinitely   greater   in-
Worth   in   materia!,   fashion   and   fit    than
you  may   expect, perhaps.
In   the   range,   of Shoes  from
Victoria Day Excursion.
ONE FARE AND ONE-THIRD
the round 1
.      ...   Maj  22,
���  ��� to May 27.
"   m i| |.h r,
u. y. K. Agent
New \\ estmmstcr.
rand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
jiicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
(ontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
rim ipai business centers of
rARIO. Ql EBEC and  the MAR]
.'��� E PROVINCES.
i" BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
HIA,  via Niagara Fulls.
.       'i al les, etc., addr*  -
GEO.  VV.  VA'-X,
.enger and Ticket
Adams St,, Chicago, III.
TAKE
lie White Pass
mtl Yukon Route
D, CARCR! ISS, ATLIN,
IRSE,    DAWSON    and
BANKS.    Daily  trains   (except
'��� ���   carrying   passengers,   mail,
: I    freight    connect    with
��� i ircross and White Morse,
i through winter service.
information apply to
GERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver.   B.  C.
I
Votwitl
'    ���     Ml
: \im- -
1 l    ..
:. oni   outsid
.-   ���-'������       I  th*    oai      birds   got    :1k
  '.    :
crease gs   was ren ... k* .
ol   I ee     ��� .:        I mj   ri   '.
.his  influ:
acre supply  . ]       ..,,   in
 iches, had
weak* aing the  ;
���   . i   :-   wen   onlj
I *
���   ' lots  which   we i
' .    i cosl
uli   cei
i ���
to
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
LOST orde
valueles .ner.
hi!     S
i !'
LOST    Betw* ���'.'.. :
i
I
noil Pim
Office,
WANTED   By an old ��� -
irai it in Xev
Westmii
.1        Room 24 Mel
non  Bloi   , \ .Horn*
Ol
TIMBER  LANDS���We. deal  i I
In .        Hi
tra* ts  i i  wish  to
' ���      ''   R. i "  ���
S  . Vancouv*
FOR SALE     \ ilana CO
.      Ml    \'e  v.     \
mii,   ��� Cai    '   ised fi
sili !'
i & A eery.
Wl
ill ht
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.
I
w
Whether you
not, you will
miss  seeing
consider   price,   or   whether you do
not   have   done  your   best   if  you
L
"\
itt* .....
lies,   and I     ;. ��� _   ;
Itter 1        ���     !   Printer's
li ss   than   33 e ... (a ��� .
. '    . . - tti local i
...       i ;e.   Q tit    a   .
������ ��� e   ��� ���    l:ut ii)
Iced      i: i        oand for
lucks   Is   very   mm,. ,    bu      ;..
ig and in goo i heavy con-
membei    of '.he j
lu   - o have sed    tl
,i    nol   in   greal     ���
:,    Several old I irds were   on tl ���
��� iei the ma]
ases "���'  '   taken home again
Tin     ��� I potato* mii.
'.'-'.     I.,!   th    supply    ,'<���-
��� m. ;: lonatelj.    The s i
yesteidaj   mmm th*   smalles   on ri
i    yet, an i man;   ol  thi   largei  deal-
i rs in this pr idui I  wer*   on thi   sc* n
i     .        .,    to    et firsl   cham     The
consignments  wer*   all  in  very  sm-iil
lots,   .- ���   long   befon   ten  o'clo k  all      We, the  undersigned    grocers,    do
the pota!    -mi m  ������ ],...,]   een bought  herebj   agree  that   In   future
nk Tells    Ti-     the    A
Press fe    ���      -���  '        ��� 111*'   .
Clrcula       Sil ivassi
each  where  th
insi*      .       emi    tod    , a
o w. All    I a s..-
Prin Ing.    ARRCyv,   PRI ss,
n  1, Dail    X* "
TO  RENT   OR   LEASE     Hous*
parlor,    diningroom,     kitchen,
panti I* -. second flat pai tly fin!
good   well,  small on    ird    ch!    en
hpuse. l.i' 1 obtainable free em n
by   property:   on    Si venth  av* mmm.
Wesl   End,  1  1-2   blocks   from   the
Eburne cr.i  line.    Applj   to M -   i>.
II Bourke, New Westminster
NOTICE.
INCLAIR'S!
��__<
Large Display of Fine Footwear
*g|p
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST   AND   FASTEST���
���o>>>>>>>>:.o>>>>>>>>>>��*>>.$ ���"*>:*:>i>i:*:;��i>i>!>:>i>:>!>;>:>i>!i*i>i>i>i>i>!i*i^
r��
EMPRESSES*
:..
lint
li
18.000   [EMPRESS  OF   BRITAIN 114,500
H. Power! EMPRESS OF IRELAND )      T0f��!i
i
Nexl       lini      om Quebec, Ma    31st,
for othi . . and | artii ulars ol re-
i fares, applj    o
ED. cn!'! ���
C.  !'.  K   Agent.
Aeent for all   V! inlic S.S. companl* s
TURE
ii
'*;
.���;
Tiie- Fin* st and Largesl   :'
i lur clei -.  ��� ���       'ill mu.
New goods arriving daily.    1
of Furniture is to be seen nt FALES
Over ,l\ne"i stock still to go.
atesl st vl's and 1"'-! finishes.
W. E. FALES,
!
5
fi
:���
��
.)
The Milwaukee'
, he Pion*��r Limited" St. Paul to
[Chicago, "Short Line" Ornaha to
[Chicago, "South West Limited"
[Kansas City to Chicago.
���i- in the service on any
f ��� in the world that equal in
f ' I that of the Chicago, Mil-
St. Paul Railway, They
i ite their own sleeping
irs on all! their trains nnd
f Irons   mi   excellence   of
f"   ���     ���    btainable elsewherj
S  Ri (WE. General #gent.
ird St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or.
WHEN  GOING EAST
SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
j'Bht ["rains Every Dny in the Vc.ir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Tl|i: TRAIN OF FAME
, NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
r"'""1'-. the newest and best ideas
F COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
W LUXURY. It is lighted with
I'ii electricity and gas;, the most
lo 1 ."tly '"'""'"ated train in the
*'."'''��� The equipment con.i-ts of
"ompartment   cars,   standard
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
���i !
The  only  all   rail  route   between   all;
points east, west and smith to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points j
connecting at Spokane with the Great |
Northern, N irthern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
C mnccts at Rossland with the Can-
idian Pacific Railway fur Boundary
Creek points,
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage I'-nly for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective
1901.
Leave
g. _o a.m. ���
r_._5 p.m.
Q.40 a.m. .
rURNITURE    EMPORIUM
716 .md 71S Columbia  St.      Fcur  Floors.       Rear Extension.   Front  St.
1JtfjiBffi2&*y&(&t^^
4-5   MILLIONS
THAT  IS  VOUR  SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   BANK   Willi
���=  The ���
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Sunday,    November    to,
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane . ��� ��� ���" 15 pm
..Rossland . ...410 p.m
...Nelson   6-45 Pm
H. A. JACKSON
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER
We welcome small ace' unit 1 an
n year on Savings Bank deposits,
45,000,000
I ay interest d ur times
F.  B.  LYLE,   Manager.
Sl'Ctli
on  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
"'���''fining chair cars (seats free),
��dern   day   caches   anil   buffet,   li-
f�� and smoking cars.
L ','   l]m<-' Tables,  Folders,  or  any
"" information  call  on  or   write
F- W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
���     second Avenue, Seattle. Wash
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AND KINUINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKluuii and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WORK.
Ornamental   Hon   won;,  including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, eta
Mail orders nnd correspondence 1"
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BFOBIliJ U'lKEJUT.
^fiW Westminster. f- l)- 4l4
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At [tile'
praser River Tannery
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
up.
The , -y.co of beef still hold . ��� id
the : ullng 1 iie'' 1 eing he sa n* w
;    .   v. eek.    Hindquart* rs   w* re   -  1 i
from    le 11     lee    I '.'\e"l     ri'Wi       Mi 1'    | 01 " '^.
while fronts commanded eighl to n!ne
cents per pound. The supply, tho.igh
Fairly  go* d, wns all sold oul  by n i n
S   ne i    thi   I ffered wns in "x-
���   Menl  . mdition  and would  coro.M.e
oralily with stall fed animails,
Poi . ��� ry shorl of the dem .n , ������
an I no irospects are hi Id oul foi ki.j
large incn ase in the supply for s
tie, I'm '   *a ms eagerly Ic is- ;
ed foi da*. but only th*   a
ners w(io satisfi* d, .     the   . u.ply
was i',. m.i. ii  .      earl;     in the    da;.'
Eh .en    . ms , i".   pound was the pr >��� J
��� lee    bul   some of the  hi  >
:,'.." - , , high as fourteen ci -
or ill" si   i      article.
Mutton and lamb are g io I -.-   i '. . '
-   now, as th*   demand  is ;.i
ui i m ii immand
ale.   What was
ered was  prime    tocli
and  no difficulty  was experience.! in
dis] osing ol i 11 on  hand long befi ������
closing  time,  and  many  were    c. ni-
Ining of the small supply, hai '��������� ���
had to return homi   withoul the   ir,
tici] ated   Men-"   of  spi lng    lamb    or
prime mutton,    iToung lamb, of w! ; h
-' .   .    ivere i erj   f* w .   sold  for   $5 50
can eess.   while   mutton   was   r<*
failed   i ���   fo irteen   an i   fifteen   i o ts
per poun 1.
_good Iy of fowl wa    offo-od
:. in  all  cases  '���
i.i .   in   : '    ���        tpi '    |Ol        i old
e light.]      rietii i i".lu
$7.5*     ���       ozen, w hile    go id    h
I'I  .     ith ind oth* ���   fowl
i, and in a few ��� a i
dollai     ,'i   doz* n
chle igh  mi      i .1 d
���   m plentiful as _ I
led, ni     the sup] ly wa
I early in     e day at pi tc*     i   i
i i ... i $-.50 per dozen,
lowei     xht .11   v.-m i as good as
��� e  same  :��� liable  dealers 11 -
it their i    al     lai i a,       -i'i i a
igood trade,
The liiimbi r of animals put up for
auction \Mi" no! as large as some |
weeks, bul greal intereBl i entered in
- the sale of the late Thomas Goldle's
effects, and a i ood figure waB realized. The bidding righl from the
star! was Keen mu! Bharp and lhe
variom niiii'ii"; v., ��� ,��� ruu up In n
highly  satisfactory inann* r,
shall leave the store no! late ��� i
) m;h p, mm : ir their, last trip oi '���
livery:
WEST END GROCERY,
D, Gilchrist, Mgr.
GEO, ADAMS,
C, A. WELSH,
T. S.  ANN \X_.AKK.
ADAMS   &  DEANS,
N'i w Westminster, r   ���
Mav 4. 1.07.
CHOCOLATES
U.  E,  WALKER,
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
President ALEX,   LAlRD,
General Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
Highest Cash Price Paid
BANKING   BY   MAIL
Business may be transacted by m nil with any branch of the Hank.
Accoun-. - opened, and deposits made or withdrawn by mail. Every
;,ltentl( ' to OUt-oMown accounts.
NEW WESTMINSTElt BRANCH���II. K. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATUKDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Heavy   Libels.
Toronto, May 22.���On behul ofM's,
Mattie Perkins, Ralph Cir le lr-
brother, and Thomas Mac;''' nald <>f
Canfleld, writs have been issued
against Ontario newspaper! i aiming
lamages for alleged libel' otalllug
f210,000, ninl  more are jir . ��� ised.
The allege libel was coa'. ��� ed mlease, $7.50 up.
reports of the preliminary   i.v stlga-    Agent Tor the celebrated South Bend
tion on which was based -', ��� charg"IWAtches,  -mm/i-m!
of murder of  Henry    Pe ki..*>    la"!
against   Mrs. Perkins at th"i t*ial   it
Cayuga,   Mrs, Perkliu was .> o*piitt >1
A Big New Stock
right from the factories.
Webb's ami Lowney's,
from 5c up.
If you have a htf>"
friend, we are sure she-
will appreciate a box of
these
Fresh   Chocolates.
Curtis' Drug Store
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW.
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
I iMITED
836 i! istlnga St. W , Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
sheii tiiaini. Teh graphy and Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand
R. I. SP.WIf, B. A., Principal
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watchea trom $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
!
to    the    Weilman
Arctic  Expedition,    All warranted.
1'Iiains, Ring*, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch    repairing]     charges   reasonable. < THE   DAILY   XEWS.
FRIDAY. MAy
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily  N'ews  Pub
Bhlng   Company   Limited,   at   their
Offices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, N'ew Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, iu
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. .Oc. Wants, for sales, lo.-t
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
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FRIDAY,   MAY  24,   1907.
RULE   OF   THE   ROAD.
The police are to be commended for
the Ir  vigilance  in  the  matter of re-
raining  '!:������ ardorof the auto-drivers,
ae qui e understands how strong is
ic   1' aiptation   to open  oul   a  little
hen  the  streei  is  fairly  clear  and
ie going good, and the chances are
ten io one thai  no harm will resull;
bin  the one  chance takes    il   sometimes,  and   that  may  mean    broken
bones or it  may mean death.    Public
opinion, therefore, should guard Itself
against   slipping into  sympathy   with
the  excuse  "0, it's    all    right;     no
danger," and should back up the vigilant   peace  officer  in  the  discharge
of liis duty.
There  is a practice    which    auto-
drivers Indulge in���at  leasl  we  have
observed    several      Instances���which
may be quite legal In itself, but which
is. nevertheless, extremely dangerous.
In   turning  from one streei   into another   the   driver  of   any   vehicle,   if
he   is   tinning  to   his   left,  hugs   the
corner;  if he is turning to his right,
niaK.s a  wide sweep���thai   is, if he
is ni serving the rule of the road.    In
the instances to which we have  referred this good rule   was    violated.
Sometimes,   a   driver    in   making    a
left-hand turn gets away over to the
ghl side (which is the wrong side!)
.' tin streel on which he is travelling
i order to get an "offing" for a wide
weep;  again, making   a   right-hand
mn. when hi' should keep over and
turn wide, he hugs the right side and
turns sharp round the corner.     The
lattei is the mor*' dangerous. We saw
such a turn made the other day from
Columbia  to  Eighth.    Had    another
v' 'M':'    een near the corner, coming
lowu   EiShth on its own proper side
��� of ���'.,.' .:.-''- '! smash would have !n*n
absolutely unavoidable.
K . ig] ��� : ������ worth while' to put
plain, easily-rea I ' keep t'i your left"
sigi ��� ��� both ends of bridges. The
Ami li :��� m . lie nf the road Is, we I ��� -
���j. ,-e. just the opposite of ours, nnd
as .,, : ople here have been ae-
c ston e I to that rule, a remin ler
wo ild    ���   useful.
We   said just now that the practice
of driving on  the wrong sid" of the
road  m i>   be quite legal in itself. Py
thai   we  mean  thai   a   driver cann ���'
be   punished   for  using  thai   side  i f
the roa !. bul  if he collides with another vehicle meeting him���or Indeed
if hi   cam es any damage through b* -
ng   on   the   wrong    sidi���he     mu !
lear   tl e   r sponsll Ility and  foot   tin
illl.
THE   USUAL   BLUNDER.
W* ��� xi rcise a < ei I iin chai It) in
the heading. "Blunder" is hardly the
proper word; the thing occurs too
lie- [u* ntl; The nn eting lasl We 1-
ne lay night was absolutely of oni
mil '. Thai facl len Ie an a . !<
Bl ri a m -ie tbe cause which the meet-
in so ighl to advance. Any representation that there was dissent to
be I   a intimenl   is   nol    only
ii.-... bul ll tends to weaken the ca   ���.
hat,   we   think,  must   be    plain    t
veryone.
V      the   Colum! lan   tries  hard   I
create  the   Impression   thai   the   man
whose position   enables  him   to     lo
more for ilie cause than any other In
dividual   the  man who, as a  matter
of  fact,  bas done  more  for it than
an;-  other person in   .N'ew   Westminster, lias had a chance to do���is n i
resented,  falsely of course, as b<
oui   of sympathy with  it.    The  Columbian   pr* faees   Its   reporl     of   tl'e
meel lng  with   a   statemenl   that   Mr, |j
Kennedy,   M.   P., was  nol in  ace -1
""iltli the object of the gathering, an
iroughout its- reporl it misrepresent
ial gentleman grossly.   Il speaks ra
ho had objected to thc sending of
deputation  to Ottawa,  whereas  his
statemenl  was thai  a deputation  'li i
im:   appear   to   be   necessary    who.i
there    was    no conflicting    Interest
Again, it puts emphasis iiii the nils-
take  into  which  one speaker  fell in
For Dinner-use WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Iu ime purity
adds a new delicious savour to
vegetables, meats and salads.
Never bitter.
150
understanding Mr. Kennedy's reference to work on the upper river as
Iapplying to the whole river, and it
leaves oul entirely Mr. Kennedy'^
clear   explanation   of   the   error.
In thus using the report of an Important public meeting as a vehicl)
for its own petty spite, the Columbian
certainly does not display that loyalty
to the interests of the community,
which it is so loudly ready to profess.
Houses on Easy Terms
��>
IMPROVING THE   HARBOR.
The  meeting  held   In  the board of
tra.l.. room  Wednesday evening   can
hardlj   fail  to advance the cause- of
harl,or improvement,   It fully demonstrated two tilings, namely, that the
citizens   of  N'ew  Westminster,    both
icity and district, are alive to the importance  nf  the   subject    and    very
keenly interested,  and  that they  ,u-*.'
absolutely unanimous about It,    If '.he
committee  appointed   to  collect   Hai i
and set   the  matter full,   before the
government, goes as thoroughly Into its
work as It should���and there is every
l reason to suppose that it will do so���
the case can be made a very string
one.    Locally there is little need  to
multiply words about the matter. The
expression used in tbe letter from the
manager of  the   Fraser  River    mills
"the   best   and  safest   harbor  on   the
Pacific Coast" applies to New Westminster now  as lo  all   vessel;  which
do not  draw too much water for the
capacity of the present channel, an l a
comparatively small amount of dredging ln  one or two places,  with  a little   more   channel-marking   than   we
have, would  make it  true for almost
anything that floats.
$1000
.".room Cottage;    good location;    block from car.
$1250
6 room Cottage;    i_- in garden;    modern conveniences.
$1500
6 room Cottage (new)    on car line;    all conveniences.
$1500
Groom Cottage;    2 lots in fruil trees;    good location,
$2150
9 rooms; lot 50x150, in garden;  modern conveniences,
$2000
6  room  House;     modern:     lot 64x160;    all in fruit.
Money to Loan
in large or small amounts, on terms and conditions I
to suit borrower.
i
120 Acres
10 cleared, substantial house, orchard, 100 trees,
chicken houses and runs for 200 fowls, 5 miles
from town.
Only $25 per acre
H
>��$&___2tew
For Reliable
Watches and Cflocks
Come to me.   Written guarai
given with every purchase.
Accurate timekeepers and handsome presents.
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchunt
Columbia St., next B.C. C. I.. Office
FIRE    INSURANCE
The B. C. E. R. company will run
special half hour cars to Vancouver
today, commencing al 5.50 a.m. an.l
running until 11 p. m. A special rale
of 50c return wil] be in force, and it
Is expected that large crowds will
travel between the two cities.
, give
mii'.-:
If your  house,   furniture  or other property Is nol  Insured
us a call.   We represent the following leading insurance romp,
HARTFORD  CO..   (Incorporated        1310
CONNECTICUT CO.,   (Incorporated)       1350
INS. CO. OF N. AMERICA   (Incorporated)       1794
PHEN1X    OF   BROOKLYN (Incorporated)     1853
These old reliable companies have paid dollar tor dollar in
great fire star.' their incorporation.
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia Street,        New Westminster. B. C.
The creamery delivers sweet cream
ice cream and buttermilk.
Phone   335
. ACREAGE
\  fire!    la mui  in  Chiiliwack District,   close,   to   town, an ci���an>
Price $75  ; er  acre;   1-2  cash.
i"i acres on Pitt river, clos.' to the Fraser, with
kinds, all cleared, about  55 acres In  crop, jni*-c $7500, .���.,������
"0 acres on V. W. & V. Ry., In Burnaby, only 3 miles irtlv clear
ed, Miiall orchard, 6-room  house, go d learn, price $2100, ���
8 acres on main road on Lulu Island,clos e to   rldg . $2000 ;���
cash, balance easy terms.
30 acres on Lulu Island, 300 yards   water-frontage - miles f
city,  price $1500, to a cash  buyer.        y
Male &  Lane,
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
V. O. Box Zdh
Johnston's
IM��litJBHB__H__gM_e__l_y_BJ_BJ___ Ml^gn
Big
Shoe House
New Westminster
WE ARE
SHOWING
A GREAT
STOCK OF
SUMMER
SHOES.
Ladies'
White Canvas Shoes
$1.75to$2.50
LADIES!
See our American make
of Canvas
Shoes.
Colors:
white, blue,
pink, brown
Can be cleaned.
With dressing- to
match.
"TAYLOR-MADE"
The new American Shoe for
men $5.00, .$5.50, $6.00
_%__
-mMl *
ft .-���:/<%
mil i'i
IN GOOD
COMPANY
WE SELL
UNION MADE SHOES
NONE BETTER THAN
WE ARE
'SPECIAL AGENTS
���  _f��E.T_
ttra-a
Q   ���:
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ncWv
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AND   LNJOY  C 30D   MUSIC
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Phonographs     Graphophones
Victor Talking Machines
FROM $12.50 AND U?
Thousands of .selections to choose from
for all instruments.
High Grade P.anos
�� NtW Wf STMINSTER ��
r^US!C HOUSE MAY 24, 1907.
THE
ASH STORE
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WINGS For
Victoria Day
if
w
yiMmr
.-���'- i iv I
stmmmaM
GLOVES.
I ?/ I'   >
..-,,. irter      and
i. Kid i I '' '���- ���   black.whlte,
'.. :;-! in 7- $2.00,
12.50,  .3.50, $3.75.
u m    silk    Glo\ es:
e   mmm ,  pink, p lie
'      . 51.00,     $1.25,
|1.50, $2.00.
Lisle     Gloves;
mm'..     etc.-   75c.
;���;:. $1.00.
Kid    Glove :
1.. >  iwn, gre). green
Ite:   ...     3-4   tei    7V4   -
1.00 to $'.55.
m   Lisle     Gloves;
_ bite;   6to  8- 35c
.:..  50c.
Kil.    Silk     an 1    Cotte n
. hite,     tan,
f ���    : I,   5   an !   il���
flit 25c, 75c.
��� V. m     m, ���.  . 25c.  35c.  5Cc
SII    Bi Its    25c.   50c,   75c
\c $1.75.
..->'���'-      ���;������'!-
B ;��� ���'.:���-.. sec.
5c, $1.00 to $3.00.
Mu        ���:. i  Linen Tun
I ;   I'm Collari
j- 35c,   35c,   50c.
'��� ler !'       'urse     all col-
35c.
L Purses,     Hand
S ,.. ������ ���    Enve ' "
... -��� ���  m.lirown
ej     35c. to $4.
in   fancy    i   i
lucklee      .old nnd
���   .    ��� in* e    S'ei k-
HOSIERY
Women's   black   I 'otton     Hosi :
��� '_  i" :><_    20c, 25c, 35c.
Women's ' i< Lisle Hose;
pi iin 'ir fain., di opstitch,
embroider.*, or ojien work���
35c,  50c.   65c,  75c.
Women's black li.ili.iie Silk,
Silk Mix d i ,   Pure Silk���75c,
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50. $2.50. $3.50.
W mien's tan Cotton Hose;   8._
to li'j- 25c and 35c.
Women's      black       C shmere
Hose    25c, 35c. 50c. 75c.
men's   tan   Cashmere    Hose
35c.  50c.
Bo; .'   and   Girls'     plain     an I
ri! lied '' el mmm  Hose  in    ilack
an I  i en    25c to 50c pair.
Inf ints'     v. hite     an I     colore 1
1' ��� -Vi ".     S ix    an I    three-
....   Hose.
Women's    colon !    Lisle    Lace
Hose;     white     _J     colon
50c pair.
\\'ei:i.imi's   white     Lawn   Handkerchiefs with half or  thi i e-
lieni   -5c.
Children's   Crock   Robin     Han I-
hlefs   5c.
Fancj    Lace    Edge    and    Eni-
,   , lere 1        Handki n hie -
10c.   15c. 2Cc. 25c.
Real Irish Linen Han Ik r-
e hiefs    20c. 25c, 35c.
V Imported   i landke i I
. |     Fam i     Silk    Ha
^    50c. to  $1.25.
Lawn   XI   in li     Ikei   hlel -
ICc,  12  i-2c.  15c.
BLOUSES
1   Lawn,  iI'im-
i insertio    and tin   ���
50c.
.   La..:.  wllh
Iiiii   an.I   ;       ���    spei i il
"    i'i,     Lawn   Muslin,
. .      an I     other
���    attractively
mmm   iiin i   ... open em-    !
;- ry work, I ie e'  In ertin i    '
edging and olh , 'attrac-
irimmlngs���$1,25,    .1.5-.    !
��. $3X0  to $6.75.
'   '    _    SllltS,   JIIS.I        ill
���'��� In navy, fawn and gray
fi'iesi   novelties    of  the
SUNSHADES
Sunshad       il Sil >     wl ii
metre fra   ���   ind crook li n d'e
lu all colors, gr* en, ' lue, red,
SI.50,   .1.73,  $2.25.   $2.50.
S    II ill . les       "!'      l.lll'l. i lei    il
l.i,-\ ii iii .: neai star di sign  -
$2.75.
Sunshades . f " ��� r Silk with
lining "i ��� '��� ' sil in such
shades as red, green anJ
1 lue- $3.50.
��� n3i,,.!,.,: in ponge col irs, with
lining of white silk and
a; !l [iie work in border, pretty  and  serviceable���$3.50.
:;i ibor ei" S ins ha les of Japanese  and  French   Silks,  trimmed      with      chiffon      and
caching     In   many     wa; -
rrom  4.75 to $10.00.
T1IK   DAILY   NEWS.
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CITY NEWS
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AT. Graham and family left yester- j Todaj being a public holiday, the
'-:��� for Porl Moody, where a short Dailj News will nol lit- published
holiday   will    .- spent Saturday morning.
cream,    ice
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
Mi.   and  Mrs.   I.   C   L.   Mallng re-      Phone 13S  for    sweel
ned   to  the  city   yesterday    from cream and buttermilk.
Chiiliwack,    where    they    hail    been
-  ending   part  of theii   honeymoon. M:-    Corbett,    from    Westminster
Junction,   attended   the  market   yes-
Phon*   l      -������ sweei    cream,    ice|terday, with five nice head of dairy
:'   :       ��� termilk. stock,   which   he  dlSposed   of to   ad-
Pilot   Captain   Rogers bas  returned  v'antaSe.
S* mm. . where in- went in charge
of  the    .1  steamer   Victorian,   which
Seattle, * * * * * * * *:.:*;2*o*:* ���* .-* * * * * * * * * * * * *
A Few of the CRUMBS From
Our Feast of Bargains....
Kxirn  super-union  INGRAIN  CARPET,   36  Inches   wide,   reversible
in popular shades .if red,          i   ind   tan    I   Ight, clean, new
. on !.-:  regular price 75c per yard    43c
One-room  lengths of  INGRAIN      lRPETS,   i unbining   both nil-
wools and union;  wortb up to $1.25 pei yard; di'iir 60c
JAPANESE  MATTING;  jointless; 36 inch;    in red, green, blues
and natural straw color; regular value 30c and 35c; special. .2 3 c
DUPONT   BLOCK,
PhODB 73
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.  C.
k~���
returne l
has    ii en lying at   Port   Guichon  for
- -  time.   Thf old  vessel will be
sold In Seattle some time next w<
but will nm I e broken up,  is i   eorti i
In other papers.
Cut  flowers and Pot Plants.     Ring
i,. 'i'i! . the florist.   'Phone A1S4.
Ex-alderman Forrester
! e ster i.i> morning from
where be had been for the past two
nionths on business. Mr. Forrester
was deeply Impressed with the larire
amount of grading going on in that
city, and commented favorably on (be
��� itivity shown in all the large unde*1
takings. One thing which he pi" ���
tii ilarlj noticed was that the prices *
of nl!  building materials was    much x
: At the Big Clothing House
1   ..   me :m iei -    of a sun
b  will  v. ,rk  - 'it  on  tbe twent>    cheap,     .,    . . is on th,g ���
mile   belt   at   Keefers  left   yesterda.     ,de   ���f   the   llne(   the  dlffe *
'i;" ''���  P- !:-   More men will be | manv ca8es being nearly one
sen(   "l,!   t0   tha<   I,oin��    earl>'    " ������ Iper   cent.     Labor   troubles  being    ill ���
���!���������'   ".se'tiied in Seattle al the present tim . ���
there is great  activity in all building +
lines, anel  many new bouses :\ro po. ^
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;rence -n * Men's Fancy Hose, 35c, 50c and 60c ���
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the pair.
Mr. Blodel was in  the city  yestsr-
h . i ing  made   the   trip   from  his
home   in   Bellingham    in  liis    White
Sti    in .    .      ir    car.    The    machine
i    cl   Is one   if the largesl made, is
il le of travelling at  a high  rale
"i   speed,   and   without   the   constant
detonations and strong odor of gasoline   which   accompanies   the  line   of
march of other autos.
in,   up. Y
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I- "i-     I ed ling     plants,      especially  *
Asters,   telephone   T.  Davies   &   Son.  ���
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The German sailing vesse
zenbeck,   which   has   been   lying     in  S
mid-stream  for several days, secured I*.
a   crew   of nun  on  Wednesday    eve-  ���
ning, and is now ready to sail at any ���
moment.   The men were taken aboard   *
ap] lications} have   boon jthe vessel during the evening, a gaso- "
granted  by Government   Agenl   C.  C.  line launch being used to convey them
Fisher  this  week, one  to   I.   C.   Hill  1,0111 the slime to the Schwarzenbek.
Men's New Summer Shirts; all the ���
. I new season's goods���Silk, trussore, ���
percales and chambrays,
$1.25 to $3.00 the shirt.
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for  ten Inches  to  be taken from  an Owing  tei ii   being    their    ',...-������
unnamed    stream    running    through ashore   for   some  co
��� i,  froup   1.   New   West- the sailors made the most ot tneir op
minster district, and  the other to U. portunity.    The  resull   was that   sev-f
K.   Walker  for  the  same   amount  of oral bundles of clothing and blankets  *
water to be taken from a stream run- were,  picked    up ai  different    points li
niiiM through lol 85, near the pole line along the  river  yesterday,  while  ilie
_���;;. u,���1:;;:I Leather Belts,
Fancy Vests.
road.
The creamerj   lelivers sweel cream,
li e e: earn and buttermilk,
The   follow ing  Is   the   team   whle h
will  represent   N'ew   Westminster    in
gasoline launch was lost for several
hours, and finally discovered again
tied up al  the foot of Sixth street.
Annoutice'iient  of  Recital
the cri* kei niatcb to be played aga";u3l
the Vancouver teams today at
Queen's park: F. J, Peers, A. Malins,
I. ii. \'i lal, F, S. Cameron, G. \V.
Schrouder, P. ('. Lashmar, T. S. \n-
nandal*. A, Howard, ('. Purvis, A. II.
Turner and G. Simpson. The ground
will be in nun h better condition thau
lasl week, as two men were employed
all day j esterday In watering an !
rolling the ova!. All players are re-
Hi sted i ' be on han 1 al ten-thi ��� y
sharp,
On the occasion of the severing of
iis   connection with the Baptist  consi ition   if  the  Blue  Mountain district,  A,  \V,
associated with the mission there :' >r
s nue consi ler ible tim m w is pn sen; -
, il  ve iiii  a  purse of gold  nnd  an .1'
Wedn*   day  evening.    The   i'-
di  ss was well executed, and recoun ���
.     the estimable qualities   shown   b;
Mr,  Dyniock  during    leis    connect! 1 1
,1 ii m   the   ie Ission.    Mr.   Dj mock   1 ������
���  ���   \y, ,1   pn' son  yesterday, he hav���
��� e "i   appointed   :n   < harge   1 f 0
:, there recently.
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THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
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Frank Roland Austen, pianist, m
sisted by Miss Gertrude Weart. soprano and Miss Hall of this rity. ; e- j
companlst, will combine forces in 11
program of excellent music to bo
.iven In St. Patrick's hall on Thursday evening next. This announcement conies wiih much pleasure and
interesi as Mr. Austen Intends to
open a studio over Smith's store on
Wednesdays and Saturdays, begin- .
ning nexl week and the recital Is
given with the Idea of Introducing
himself and his capabilities as a
musician to the music-loving public
of N'ew Westminster,
Mr,  Austen lias jusi  returned  from 1
Iiymock.  who  had   >..-..   :i   course  '"' stud-v  lln(ler one  '""  :'1"
world's must  famous piano teache s,
Madame   Stepanoff,  of   Berlin,    Germany.     Previous  to   his   studies   "in
Europe,  he   was a   pupil of J.   D.   A.
Tripp, one of Toronto's besl teachers.
The program will contain the Sna.ua
I'ailieii'l'ie' by Beethoven and a Llstz
Rhapsodie, two mosl attractive numbers   011   anv   program   of  pianoforte
music.    The public is cordially invit- !
ed   in  attend.    Invitations    may    be If
secured after Fridaj al the piano m-.-I  *
,���    \j    i.,._ia   anl   Dr,   Tolmle     if  music  stores,   or   al   Johnston's   shoe'   .
Victoria,   were In  the  city  yesterday   store.    All Information will be gladly  ^
consulting  witli   the   manager  of   i'i >  furnished  al   anj   of these places.    A   ���
ition   with  reference  to  Ilie' es    silver collection Is asked al  the door
lisiimenl   if a model cov.   stable al   of the hall to defray the expenses 0    ���
.,     ,|jr th,s ,]i;    After jnapeetlni   tho   !'"' concert,  an I   this  is  bul   a   smull   *
3li0!]3   j,   ,,   .   ,;.,,.;:,:  tl   :  a  mod il  return to d.'iiiaiie! from those who po  *
stable' would  In   built,    There wl1.!  hi    i"   enjo.i    Biich   a   good   program     of  #
stalls    fitted   out   with   all   "1> ���  ���ll"sil'-   " is ' "   ''-: evenl o( ih; ;'i" '   *
.....   tjme   and   labor   saving appll-  "r tl,la S,MS""  :"1'1 n  crowded house ^
nnces.   A feature ol the model stable   "^  ''-'  '''���'   :     '"
i e thai  all mails are  fitted  with siele
doors, the advantage of which will bo TraU Smelter May Close
obvious to all  practical  farmers   Tin.-
stalls are  also economical an!   com
venlenl In many oilier respects,
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Another GOOD Bargain
60 acres in Langley district, high land, 12
acres cleared, orchard 200 trees, house six
rooms, barn, chicken rin and house, 2 good
wells, 2 miles from schoolhouse. .d��0 AAfl
Half cash, halance easy payments.
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ALLISON y PEEBLES
270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 ��
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^uVN BOY5 AND GIRLS:
and have their eyes examined
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��     ALL WORK GUARANTEED       ������
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
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look!!   Look!!!
Trail,   it.   C���  Maj   23.   Owtny     to
Inch   nf  cuke, th* re  Is  a   possibility
thai tin' C. P. R   copper smelter, here
The High school and    Koyal    Olty  iray  have to close down  for a  few
iiaseball    teams    finished    up    their weeks,   The lead smelter will be l-.epl
match, which    was   Interrupted   In '   working full time.
Saturday by the cricketers, yesterday '   ~ '
evening.    The   play  all  through  was  J nnb |
close, the teams being well matched.  '-''"'�� ���
���;:,,. score ai the Finish wis seventeen
to sixteen In favor of the Royal City   just   OeN
boys,    The  teams  were as    follows:
High   School���H.   .Munn.   catcher;   G.
Corbett, p!t< ber; J, Glffor I, flrsl ba i m
.. .Tones, second base;    lb    Beattle,
thir I   I use;   .1.   Davidson,   Bhorl   stop!
M, Tidy, right field!  (>. WHkle,  .en-
' , A. Sharp, lefi field.   Koyal Cit,i���
VV. Cunningham, catchi r; W, Rmmoft,
REFRIGERATORS
and SCREEN DOORS
HE MARKET.
JUST ON THE MARKET
Vancouver manufacturer nee.l*
goo l in,ai I* iv|,i i sent the very I ite i!
novelty. Agents coining m mey, Set
wise, stni-t working fo. yourself.
Everybody buys on sight. Profits ov ������
one hundred per cent. Don't waste
time asking   foolish    ijues Ions,    nut
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER     J
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America,
-her; II. Gifford, flrsl bas -;  L Dor
,  , v   ������_��._     iiii.-i  f'-'':i" ,,V|-' dollar fo ��� tlnei I Bami
a, seoond  bas* ;   V>.   Keary,    tnira
sim  a. Cotton, Bhorl stop;  C. Sab-
rine, 'righl ���'��� Id; P, Peebles, center;
Turnbull,   : ���!':   fleltl.    Dmrlre   fJ.
ow,
Tlss Plifsnix Company,
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.
Li mil ted
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MANY CAPITALISTS
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MUCH   MONEY   BROUGHT     IN     BY
OUTSIDE   MEN���DISTRICT  P.AP
IDLY   FILLING   UP.
Queen's Park) ancl Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lotsjacmg on
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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, 52zx85, $450;
5 lots, $400.
M"  ���'' p; ;
Call at our office on Front "St. and inspect plans.
Canadii      _
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loan.
Ne .    ������   >'.    '���'-  :   22.   -Al
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, ��� ���;    ....       linnei     lis      and
italists are ���
on th* ��� m.'I end* av* Ing ��� acquiie
rari* ��� ��� operties. Deals an
said to be in progr* e me of
the i iot* of th    Slocan
, . i : ������        hile >' is note
worthy   In    asl  K   itei      and in tho
.      .    . of the Kettl*   riv* r
.    atleast
I win M en ct* ���'..
m.m.    ;     :... activii     io!   i   ble   every-
s    nd ;'-   er
The   - ���    11* nl foi   a     oi 1
ge ason  i.i fruil    is    ai        In      dai'y
man cetive se ttle-
. ;.-   '        the citj    ind    i "'uity
So irmcb has the ;       latlon .
$3,500. subject to '0 months
lease. .Fine residence fcr sale cn
2nd St-eet, corner Fourth Avenue.
Splendid location, now rented for
.3C.C0 per month; le-ise can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
good paying investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
Four houses to rent. One on 12th
street; one on Fourth avenue: cne
on Agnes street; one cn 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, ali under cultivation. One
cf the best bargains to be obta ned
in the district. For exclusive sale.
Price $10,500; $3,500 cash, balance
in 6. 12 and 18 months at 6 per
cent.
2nd St., bel wi en Q i*   n -
1 Iot Xo. 21 on 13th, stre* outn
side of 4th av* nu*      P    '   $-00
7 lots N'os. ���! to 86 and -'. Pa ac* s
on   . next to Gunns    .inch,
i jots clear* imp   small
e house,     175    . hoiee
, .     ���    md .!_:  $1500     n h.
i 1-2 hous* . C r< oms . nd flush
im- ��� i :. Ith avi nu* -.��� - from 2n I
stre - th si I* . fruil tn es Price
$1900;   '--'    as     tern I alance at
7 per cei       Siz* 33x165.
1" le size,  6th St., Burn
Small house for sale, fac
ing Agnes and Victoria,
wesl  of 6th St.   $1,700.
Water   and   X'd*   connections.    Terms.
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Viiii...mm . "e itqj]
viii,M streel :��� "51
Small liouse. Victoria St.,
6 rooms. Water.
Bourne
Westmin   i
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One Ic
t  No.
12
cn
Ro;
���al Avenue,
third lot
from
Els
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Bt
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for  sale
exclusive
iy.
Ave., second   ot I om Q n en's  easl   ���   Ie,      DO yard Can
Facto ..end.   Pri ���  i..:.   $1020,
$350 cash    alance on i
A Bunch of LOTS
ip within a radius iles  cl
���;.;���..:.. rm  of t! e
Koot* nd -li"  Koot-
riv* r,    thai    t s( hi m* .
!   with   capital      Inci   illy, bi '
ll erican, een stai ted
m    - .     :'        ' -  taVe
up  certain    ��� ctions !ci* ".:'.y eln-te
to allow of th*   ���   ectioi     .' churches,
fho     ,  clu      and hotels.
The C.P.R. is con! mplating building sev* ral chi lets      diffe rent points.
Tl ������ Gri ii   Northei n   has    .-.���' - con-
sideral lon a counti    hotel,    The goi -
i moi -    ner I's son,  Lo d   i lawirk,   s
building   a   hunting   lod��     near   Irs
th end p   Kootenay
\  i . -   ry  ' 1 ieing  pro-
iecl   ! iii,m.m.    . m . ���.  _.- Knao-
. ��� ii.  'i   i ��� I and     Winnip 'g.    ii
I .. Ir   newly   acquin        rop* rty      th*
Cold  S] ring - ran :h, f the most
��� xten^ive  in   this   vie 1: ity,      In    the
ti th<   pi ���','���   -   I foot  for the
'mm   ol   a   I ig  C!  I I!      /  1!)  cost
$100,00 i.    Calgary and   Xelson capitil
is   bull iii.. ��� me    opera
house in 'lu- hear! of the city at a
cosl of $60,000, and firth":', to accommodate the rapidly increasing
iii tlon of the youngi . .- neration,
the city itself Is about to build a new
also at I'm   cosl    l $60 000
I.- - .  .- Lots S  and  11
orner anil  2nd
���'-....'     zed lots
.    ��� He     e, 7 rooi room up-
t; good s    i        on Agnes
th St.; all me provemenl
Pric halt cash,   balance eas   .    a
re ally excel bars iin.
Sub.  .'   . -   Lol   16,  Bloi k XIII,  4-Ro i
[louse .  hoi  and cold - llusl   closei
lol . fruil trees ��� ... house and
bai:., Pi-id 1SO0; terms $4 cash b -
ne ���   .'   ind 6 m ml hs at 7 pel    ent. ] [am-
Ive.; .2x122 fe* : . eared ane
i 1* -.-.-- -. and back. Price $1,000;
I sh, balance easy at 7
More  exclusive   properties   just   I sted
with us for sale.
!. -  ... ��������� . ..-i:..    Knox ch n '���''. S
m. ������   t side Colun        SI   ���    on
Lots   ' i  and   I
I . ll MM.   Ml      Pi il ������
-, of   l  ol  C    ol      I
.500; for the Iw  . i 2
on Sth S ween   5l      nd  cash, b ilan e C     ...       al  7 pei  c<
HOWAY,   intern,     ��� ,.-,.    .'��*
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We tmlnstei ,    .
241.
GI.IUM     ..���
Solicitor, Gulchoi
bla and McKem ....    v,,' ,.-
niinsti'i, ll. C "      "
$300 cash,
itb side i I  Sixth   _vei
y     .  ���   mmm:   60x115._  feel
S     , Bloi ..  10.    $1030 cash.
i   ots ..ii Fifth Stn et, 11, 12, 13, 14,
15, S,  Blk.  I.:.      $350 each, half
eas ace 6 months al 7 -..
2 bouses corner of    Merrival    and
and  all c* in
Pi ce   $3,500
Ue. on * il       ed, Ciix
���  .,  Xi ,m .  and   12.      Pri e $1000 for
both, I ' i
j m   ' i    orner of ot]    Vv* I
.   6th SI , S.-W.      rn* ���    ���
n  $1200:  :.. ;-'    ish, . n C
at 7 pei    ��� :.'.
y ���   ��� .    Qui   n's and    rd
Ave. on w*        Ide <      i   i;  S     5 and
��� - :   ! :_\ IG5   eet; all    I*
an 1   fe m ��� !.    Pric*    $1050;   :���'        ...
I alani ���    n 6 i i* othi
Full s t on E    al avenue, be
tween F and Mi ...
.. ���   i ! on Shei   rook    treet *    ll ol
. leai   ;     Prl ���   $275;   1-2 ca
. in ... ���. ��� . ii '.   al  v i ei   ��� nt.
I.e.:-   16,   li   an l  20 Of 1 i   '���:    1    !'��� I  i
$500 : 175 * 1-2 cash
balanci   ������ ���        .   at 7 per ci
Agnes;  full size I lot;    citj   block   11,
ton St., firsl  house oft 6th St. between Io   11;    one house rents  for $25, the
'���;- ���- --: ���"     ���'  ������   ���"��� i< r $10;   :! ish  i
_-storey  House,   i  rooms, with all mod- ��� ,. ... ;     with     oou-o.
���mii   improvements;  size   . I   ground   LOOx ;'���'���.   '..
::.���:.-       I     I  trom 6th  St. on   Ith Ave. (   lsh ** ��� ',;i " !:l  '������  '-  ���������'���' '���   ���'
...    . ioo feei  ..ie avi nue,    : 12. months at 7 ';.
Lane on bi des,    Pric      1,200; $1,000 .   r*       .    ection 14  X. J4 of E  yt>  ed. $1,200, $S00 cash
1 Pel -' '��� of Tn. 2, aboul 3 miles from 1 ridge  off
���     N.-E.    i   "t Sub. 19, Township 10; some ti   .,,-,,,������,   ,.,,..)    am.rp hnnsp   '-\e;
timber.    Price  .15 per a  re; terms  .!.  I'.   ' '���  �� '       ,   '.
I   .       ... asy i!- storey bouse, 3 rooms flnishe I
s.-w. Sub. Township IC; some timber; "'���'" '" :; can  bi   add* i upstairs;  small  ���'���''���     ' "''   ''   ':':
railway   runs   alongside; I   5-acre    ���������- shack;   I '���-.    teres   clean  I and    I   Pric*   $-125  fe .cash
chard.    Pi    e  .15 per a ire .  ������ rms $1     10       ; . ,-er, red; fair]     i        v cl*
* three,      I,       ents One mile I n   .     i
��� ;:-''       -��� st- SaPPer" $1,200:.   terms I
2  lots,  Xo. 24  an i   32
tween Sixth    i enue au IN
2S  ...  ���     on    Mara   ro   I,  Bun
$100    m FOR    A   I'KW    DAYS
i iXLY.   One-(jua   er cash,   balam e   i
and 2 y<       at 7 %.
2 lots, full sized, 132x132, i orn*    ol
the Cn 7    eome I   housi      E'ric*
J10.50C, 'j cash, balance 6, 12 and  18
nionths.
Biock  12 on  12th SI . easl Bide;   10
Price $2,500. one-third
cash. bal. 6. 12 and 18 months
	
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1 acre clay, ho , tram line n* ar  :!'' :;'::"  a1  '   ''<���
royce  station; lean I;  fenced full  sized lot on  St. Patrick'   S
across   fronl  facing tram line.   $1000. north   side,  betw*   n John  McKenzie'
Bloi       .'-''..-, is run
nn-.        "          ��� ���      SI    ' -     5th
' . ���  :  on*   '     on tram line. $800 for
one;    rice ^1.500 for thi   I
$700 cash, : alance
a ���. .ii ...
8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
6th and Tth St., with one
acre of land, containing'
fruit trees, outbuildings,
stables, &c.; an exceptionally cheap bargain. Price
$4,500, $2,500 cash, balance
in 1 vear at 7 per cent.
and  Glover's hous* .    I"   i   $475,  I
cash, I alan e in 6 i onl hs  it 7 ';.
Full    ize . lot Xo. 12 on  Roi a] Ave.
an :  Sth  St.    Price $.1050.   half i
.    nee at 7 9i per annum.
West* rly i. 11 of 6 :. S lb, Bl ... 5,
132x1 . ornei 100 feel square; two
houses . .."\ ing $2S ��� . - . nth, Price
$5,000. half cash, balance in 6 an I 12
..  mths.
- ots i'ii Princess SI . No. 11 and
'-. between 6th and 7th Ave'., two lots sei  :
St. i n south sidi. Price
Xo i I. $210. half cash, balan ��� 0 mos
al 7 -. : Xo. 12, cl* are I, $315. i. I
cash, b il tn. '��� 6 :: is. at 7 *   .
Full-sized lot No. v, between Gth & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and L6th St.
on sih Ave. Price $750,
L-3 cash, bal. easy.
TO   RENT.
Hous*  e :i    Brantford    street,
Id*      oi    6th  Btreet,   painti .   white,
-    ,00 ner n   nth In advance.
BOARD  OF TRADE-': v (.��__
Bter  Board i I
Board Room, i -.���
Second   '���'������ - ' Ii moiitu
Quart* .1-   :. ���
vVednei lay    of ffl
August  and S ��� ��� ��� :|
Annual  mi ���
Wedn*   da r |
meml ers   ���
. lected at um i or quarts
meetlig.   A. R, V\ b ���������, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION   LODGE, NO. 9. A. F. 1 A.I
���The    reg ilai       ��� ���' :..   ol i_|
Ih held on the
each month, p. il
tho   Masonic ::"
brethren are ci
tend.       Ur.  W. A. 1       I .-ii.-;|
Secretary.
A Cheap Property. James Inlet, three square miles, at
Housi   6     oms,    Ru        oset,    ;V   $t.oo per acre, half cash, balance easy.
, on Fourth Ave., om   lol from      Large lol  an 1  two cottages on C -   KING 8OL0M0N L '    " |
s'-      n de.    Pri e   |Um] ;,, .-,,, -, sai perl in.   Both rented
$1900;. sh, e at 7    er at $10 ei
One an      ne-half stor* e and
, ������   ot,  Bituate l   ��� side ol
��� ent.   F   iii m ��� .      lol 55x165
li" .     ..   Hii    St., bi ;
I
Hotel Guest;.
'���  -[-   Doi    .    T .���  .mi:   H,
Ig* ���  Van ���               -.  A. Wil
i Pai        . eria;     I-I
I*   , ii tzic;   V. Bowers, Vancouver;   m    !.    McGi          ��� m i tes;   ,'.'.
'  inci          J. T.   Willi   ��� ���     Vancouver.
��� !���".  M.  Pui     , S las;   n.
ii,    Vndi   '..   S in ���:-, :     \. TiS    ���
Kol i   , Porl Mood: ;
'    McMillan. Vai
Colonial���O.   P Ison,   M
-, | M
li   .!< ti*   .  ( hilliv   ck.
61 acres Murphy Landing,    4 mih
I* -���  Mission  Juni ti< n.    Jusi   al  t] ���
landing of Murphy Lai   li   , al    il I:.
......        leared, undi r   ' '  ier* - ,pi      - cleared ;   Kan    a c i ������
���   '',.'     2nc.est.Tei      '0UP "si.70_.   and :';; Ave.;    2 ^ing!��   and 1   louble   H i I     -   er of McKlnnla
in 6 i                 7..... ���         ,       ii       .���..            re .'������  .Btrei in tb room, ho!  an I
:          - ���   $10 each tenant.                       ,                                                            cold wat* woodshed; young
S.E.  ', of Section 2-'. Dist.  'J
P.   ft  A.  M    K         1
linn., of this 1 ��� held oc tl
second  Tu*   ; ���         "'��� J
Masonic Temi le, t 8.. i   V-J
Ing  brethren ' '1
to all. nd.    D. W. bl
hen    ;
. '   m:   4-room   he ise,  barn   an !
���   e; ,     :.���:������        . chard, bear-
es.    Price $1,350, cn easy
terms  (or $1,250 cash).    *J22  per .������:���
y cash, balance 6 an I  12 mon hs.
1" .o-:,..: section 32, X.-E. corn*
i ' .. ��� m
$3,500;
a l
W
Ing   . ngine  wns
.  .   farm   it
: ��� M
alder;    oOd      I; a mil*     ��� .
Vale road; sandle road and nev     iad
7 lots . e ner   if streel    el w* en Si i
:. .  9th  Av* . on 2nd St.       ���   ol 2nd
r> ��� ��� -     : ' ��� - ' ..        cleare ��m  house,    ' ath r iom,  -
$500, half cash.     A  splendid   oppor      i llth St.    letween Q een'   and 3rd
tunil invest in . Aven
s room    2    orey 1    .        ath ro em,      l    - ��� e       lo of .th A\ e. and 2
m   ������ .       .       it; full siz* i lot, 66x100  lots   ��� ���   !    I 6th  St.;  largo house of S
ii late ;   m mm''   , .   iveen  Ith and  n--... .    ��� ���    rie    :',;,     connections;
oth Ave. mi wesi side.     Price $2,300, shade I ees ami  fi iii  ... P ice
-.':, balance in 6 months at 7 ���;.    $4,500;.   .2.500    n h,   b lance  in  one
; good road; one ��ile niiij I   .-        Pr!
.''.      er's corner; |      , balanci
nd P.O. at the west *
7    er mi .1 : ami fir;
- rom    Port    Haney.      P    ���       Six ��� es, acn
$2,100;     rms $1,100 nee nting; 1 1-2 ac-
land Xo*    ���..'������   ,m :
7.,   .-.   !e--.     :-.  Sun '   ���   ��� '     -' '<���
Prii e $ 100;     $200 * ��� e; fruit trees and i
..-  im  7 -.:    n*      fhe Turn ���
nerv
thre*   montl    at  , . ������    sent.
Btreel    en-
Price $!.8O0   ���
:���
ca h.
One full      ed lot, 2nd lol I    m i
ner,  14th    treet and enue, lol
���     x!44 feet.   $250 cash.
ROYAL   CITY   PRECEPTCC, f, Ni -il|
R.     B.     K-
Fri Is        ol     ���
p,   in.,   ii.   Oral
Roya    ivenu
Journlng  Sir Ki
vlted i" .������'��� nd. ; '���
P.; .1. iie o I, K*
Th    . -     .aiuable
mi the   Ity, cail and
-..,.:-     Ith  you for
culars,
N"
TO CREDITORS.
-1 acres in Sunbury; 6 chains water
fronl:     12  a< n s   cleared;     8-roomi I
- ��� ��� . lath in,'I plastered;  wood shed,
chick* ie     irn and    fruil   trees of all
kinds,    Price $3,000.   Terms one-third
a cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
��� ' %.
!
160  m ires,
$40 per acre
miles from city.
In the matter of the estate of Charles:
.  late cf Ne/,. Westminster,  _.
C. deceased,
N'-'Tl     :     M-.;,..-.,     ���
1 ���   ' ������ tjtut*       of
'    :     hap   r  187,.
���'���.'. iMM.il:    .
': ' ' m!, ��� said
Ch u ���      .' i, .    .    i died     -e or aboul
'   '    - f April  Ifl :,  an    i
'��� ' ed on i eefoi the 22n I, C2:i
������ ne, 1907, to ��� nd b; po :.
��������� ��� ��� r deliver to th* tnd* ri Igned
soli* li : : Ro eric Sample and Dr,
Edvi In .i. Ri thwell, t nei itors or the
lasl - I i and testameni * f the Bald
-' I thi Ir christian nnd sur-
"; " nddn ssi s and descriptions, the
I��ai tl ul rs of iheir cl tims, the statement! ; i1: Ir accounts and the nature i i the securities (If anj i held
by th* i i, I
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
thai after such lust mentioned date
the sai '��� ��� -.   lutors will proceed to d b-
Two lots mu isth Btreet, b*
tween  7th and Sth avenues.
Corn* r of Hamilton stree
Xo. 11 and 12. Price $245, >
c m h, h : ance 6 months,
160 acre s i.i Sui ,<.. ; ri ^ of
X..S .. ec 9, township _. Log
ho . i, 16x24, and chick* a coops,
n all harn; 60 fruit trees; 12
'���- ���' - cleared, I acres under
cultivation and - acn s slushed
Price $20 per acre, \L rush, bal-
ance
In
12
mont!
K
lit
">'<
I
ful]
size lot,
III
ick
ie.
lot
14,
St.
���atricl
's    S
111
tre
P
���ii e
$450
I lot, 55V_xl66, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Plalf cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleaned. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
_   101
21:
One    ill    Ized lot, 00x132;   2 sl
house; 1 flush closet
all n ���'.  : impi ���;  ��� .��� nl ���; new hou e;
$2,000.  '.. cash, 14 ln 6 mon      al  7   (corner)  $175,
pei cenl    Good si;   |   tab]        I fruil   streets,
trees.    Sec* nd bousi 8th i    eel
nest, on   ipj er side.
10 acres In si c,   !2,   Tii fir, ce
lar and alder.   Good     ll; ge
Vpply for full     irticu
>'���'���"    17,  IS,  19, 20, 21 m   ll th
id 8th ai -M. i* ;  2
������--.I--,   I  In     e
$r-J0, cash.    Sii   '.. at cash
Pour   and   one half    ien     hi     een
Soventl I   Eighth       enui i ith
side of ! ��� street.    Pric*  $2,500.
HOUSE and LOT
ed In a coi
'i hii I   avenu*      I   -    t of
: - evo and oi     :.
(recent!   -... eredj
lern .  ��� em ��� bol
I   water,  1 et,  lava-
��� ���   electric   Ugh :   nice   I iwn;    ol
��� ' n* ��� of lol
' ' " ;   ��'il    fruit trees,    Price   $2,750.
' eash,    . ��� ���...   m, .   nged
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE. NO. !'
���Meets   In Oran      ball first ~\
thir I Frid a:
in.    Visil . _
Invited to
James Hun.:
Xo. l1 I, $170: No. 21,
Durham   and   Si   ond
20 acre blocks, fruil lan ' . near
.'.un iii ii. $20 per acre
House, ful] sized lot, on Keary
treet, Sa ��� ton; rents for $10 per
month,   Only $1,050.
House,    in
O. o. F.���AMITY LODGE. NO.I
The regular me*
are held In 0 I
bla Btrei I, evi I
at s o'clock. I
dially Invited Io s Grefll
N. ('������: C. S. RIcl v '< '  I
Coatham, R. S ; J. V\\ MacDM 1
F. S.;  Alex. Ad
Fourth
$2,C0O.
i r il
a v i . .
Eighth
_ large
rooms,  l'j   lots,   near
avenue
Terms
21 j    st* : i;.    house,   i"  roomi,  also
od rn    Improvements;   lol    66x132; ''"'   '' "'i Fifth avenue, sub  B, 10
lane al hack; part of lol set out with "'' ���s"1' '���'��� $300 cash,  m      ea ed;
;.'    trees   and    nice    luun.    Price 55 feel  by  132 feet,
$2,75C $1,500 cash, balance 6 and  12 House   and three    lots, corner 3rd
months at 7 per cent. Ave. and llth  SI ;  5-room house   nnl
Snap in Lots. kitchen.   Price $1,500, om third *    ih.
Vacant lois for sale in all parts of l,!l!- 6 ;""1 '-' months ai 7 per cent.
the citv, from $25.00 to $3,100 Cottage   ol    l   rooms    and    woodshed;
Full sized  lot in  Sapperton, facing ..'I.',1,1 ,?hflb&.,  lonoti34t���x,s3t!' &��*,��!
Brunette street.    Price $160 cash. I'.';""",,'.'':.':. 'I'y.'...]':'b''v'"]'- ^h.-k :""> P0"
and   Seventh  street,
in be arranged,
sized Lots   between   Seventh
an I Hamilton str* et, easi of
trei ���: all cl* ared and fenced;
arn i n oneof the lots. $1,{ ,
half cash,     alani i  one year al 7 par
cent,
7 Lots on Twelfth street, between
Queen's and Third avenue; wesl Bide
of car shop;    full size.   Price $3,500
cash.
i" acres North road, % ot a mile.
from city limits on Porl Moody; ���;
acres under cultivation; 7-roomed
liouse;  frame barn;    chicken house
*\. O.  U. W.-FRASER LODGE te|
-Meetings the fii \
dav In each month, tisiwi
brethren   ord ���"'     I
Lodge room, V. 0. U. V\ I I
fellows' block, Cl i on streftW
S. Corrfgan, i ��� ! ^ulsWl
master workn an,
i*l
FOSE   OF   COLUMEIA    LODGE
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND, B. - J
Keel Hi.sc Degree ii"      ��e
Fourth Wedn ���' '   '
In  K.  of  P.  Hall, Colun
8 p. in., White R
Wednesday In each ^i,
time and place. VI ' - ",, ���
cordially Invited, ' ', , . |
combe, Pres.. H, Dl nev, Skt��J
House corner or 7th St. and 4th
Ave.; 9 rooms; 2 full sized 1ms. 66x
132; orchard of apples, pears and
plums. Price $4,000. $2,000 cash, balance on time at 7 %.
2   lot.   off  Cumbi rland   si
$50 r>.r lot.
tril ut*   (he  assets    of the    decease l!
an ..mm   ll e   ���   rties  entitled    fix r* to,
hi . In_    i gai I  only to the claims of'
which   im. ..   . ball   th< n  have   noiice.
nnd thai  the said executors will not |
i e  liable !     lhe sal l assets or any
pari thereof to an.i- person or persons
of m .���    ���     : i-Ms notice shall nol have
I' ��� ei .    .Ived Ly the a al the limo of |'
;  ��� 'h   i!:  n i     ''   .',
Imm I liis 22nd. day of May, 1907.,' Telephone
MARTIN & McQUARRIE,
Solicitors for said   executors,   Trapp
Block, New  Westminster, li.  c.
"v.   Price si, '; 'terms' $200 cash "lis '""'" 40x80;    fenced and iii good    .���
50x150, outside City limits monthly nt. 7 percent, or rents at $10 per pair south  side       Price $4 BOO      .... i r
,,             ,.    ,,              n.ieii   i for one year, - m, .      i,ih'  *4,duu,    nail
iller   particulars  on      .,   , ,      ���    ,          , p-cii,   e ,,,  ;,., ,.         ,,
"pperton. '   '   ""���   n (' nionths al   ,  per rent.
sii acres, hair mile waterfront, G.N.     Acreage on Vancouver road, coral. ���' Ktw^jrh^nd^BthAw^ we^tTd!
R, running    through.      $9,460, terms or Gilley road,   $225 ner acre    Acre. ��J,  !""',SI, : ;i" ,'l";""1    Prlcofsoo, half
.     '                                        ' 'imi,    imi i.i iie,   e;  months ;'i   7  nsr cent'
easy,    investigate.                                   age Is selling fasl al this price toth run  through from street   to street'
 '"i bargain. ^i''4If__
$60  each   lot.
enquiry.
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099. I.J
-Meets the Fourth M"';1 ";.....[
month at 8 o'clock, m "'v, :-|
hall. Oddfellows' l'l".K- if(. i to a
brethren are cordially '��v" . F. HI
tend. .1. I!. Rushton, L. ��������
Maxwell, R. S.  -
McQUARRIE  &  CO.
COURT ROYAL CrLUMBIA>-si
A. O. F.-The regular " w^[
this Lodge are held on l".0M
and Fourth Tuesdaysiotei' ,H^r
nt8 p. m. In U��e Oddfeno����ly J
Visit Ing Brethren nri '< b Cig,;;|
vJted to attend. !������ (���
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
 ���""      'f Tfll;
ROYAL  TEMPLARSi OF  J
RA^E,I"'",���:'V'i,   OJ��i
333
Real Estate Brokers
FRONT   STREET
THE
PERAf
at 8 o'clock p. m.. "'u visi��l
Columbia   B,t,re!���trJted to ^
S. C; N- K'
Hall,
lire! In-eii are co
tend, Geo. Burr,
Sec.
���NBFI.I
M
Telephone    333
Agents for Employers' LiabHrty, and Union Fire Assurance. Co. of London.
BONO OF SCOTLAND BE_NE   S,��S
SOCIATION, LORD OF T��   .. ... I
CAMP, 191.���Meets onto ^
Third
K.   of
Chief;
uesday of ever. �� ^
V. Hall-
Jiilm
J. j. Forrester.
dec.
Sue 24, 1907
I
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
NOTICE.
. ,e,v GIVEN tli it s _-
��� ;������    ��� ���
i to i rar.
...   t!
..,:���    i.i   K,
_  posl   planted
erth-wesl
\   Gre-. n'fl    preem
��� ���.. -    I ��� chaina
������ ��� st and
p ..:.-   i ���   com!
_.      ���     ,   posl     planti I
. north "i' il"-  north-wi st
. prei mptlon claim,
..... 160 chaina w* b(
SO c! ains eaat and i"
.     ..   ���        ���'.     ���     M.MM nc* -
���  m       M        :i      pOSl     I'I M.M '1
: the north-west cor-
, u'a pn -��� mpl loi   ���
- . . :. Una eaat .
i Ina v.est and su
It ��� MMM, .���!������������
I m    a    I ��� '    Planted
... the north-west cor-
nra.amntlnn    nlotm
NOT :e
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:-
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1
lian VI
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m
nd*
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fron
M.    . .
ind s    ���    .  .
>r..ur.^.-\.- s
���$? y-.1' W.^1^'- it-
mm
$250 Reward
Tenders for License '.; Cut T - . ���.
3; n   .i, c ii L.��n d;   - ; ��� e Prov nee of
British Columb a.
Tenders fcr a  Lice.-. = ? to Cut T  nfce
cn Doivm-. on  La   ..s in ihe Frovince
cf Britlsn  Cc ..'-  i
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
li cation ������
i-
:   Alice   B. SEALED TENDERS
as   the       -:. .     in     Fee C     mlsstoner    ��� :
. _   s ;                 r a     ix Sale Deed from Departmei        the           ioi   and mai       Berth N
1 Treasur*    of the Citj   * I   m the env< lop* . ...-   De]  1(U ���,.
'             stminstei        Ali      B. Mr- ber Berth Xe>. 51S,'                        ive i   Wednesda        ���  .. _   ..,, ,.-. j���i3
- ���            ing   . u ��� the loth  laj ol at -his    Dei       ������              I   12 o'< I i* k   for a licen                    ���.. er on
....    ndsingulai noon on Wednesday, tbe 24   .   la;   o!   No. 521, com]   . .....  [an(ja  sjtuate K1
ed on the w,                       ..                                  iin parcel or tract of  land July, 1907, for a lie* ns,   to cu!   Im ��� 1   the i'.. i nee of British  (  ilumbla,  to
ses situate, lying and   .eing m Berth No. 518, comprising    lands   the East of Chehalis 1   ���
1
m 9 pre-emption  cl
,.,...-.���:  160 chaina 1 asl
I 160    e-l...ins   west ;     40
II .    1   ..' , 1 commen ement.
. mg   at   a    posl    plai te :
* ;  oi the north-wesl cor-
,' . ������ a 1 ' mptlon
I* illows,  160 chains 1 a I
. 16O   chaina   west;    4"
I m*
f m    .,:    ei   post     planted
J of the north-west cor-
��� ,..:.- pre-i mptlon claim,
fl ers: 160 cl    Ina east .
west;     40
I ��� in. m.
��� .,    posl     planti 1
a pre-i mi tlon  claim
10 .     ill     weft
��� ..-1 .     10u
I    ...  ������!' .  .m.m.. 11. ement.
i at   a   post    pla
Uie n irth-wesl
pre-e mi tlon 1 laim
-.. ���     Ins west
1 111 s eas t; 8 0 1
'
��� .,     post      pi   ��� te   :
irth of tiie nori    v\
f ..-.-':    emption 1
' ���     .... ��� ,   160 ch ..
1 ..... . _alns west; and 4n
":-   ' tainss
east,  more     r less to s
:   shore  to
m nl
N 1.
sallow coi
stoo     .     -
...        fvhen
above ri        ...        . I by the
SS    V.
anyom ma Ion ca
:;.' m      :. sa   '
Chinan
:  _.'���        .    ��� . [nste .. in   sit 'Ste in the Provln ���    .  e>   tish Col-
- - -ib Lake of such  plainl In the Columl an . 1 1
 ,     imbiato   he west of Chehalis Creek   Sows'      "'" '   *    ' ' " ���]   "   *��*���
.   .:.     and     .--     nd   lescrib*     as toll  rs; -,   ' * '��  th���  " Ne*   Westmins
Compi sing  tha     , 01 . ia sha ;    ���     . ��� n* 1  to   ... good an I -
'    S ���-   ��� '��� Lot"  s      Tin  *!  Berth X... 518.    -   m  rising   ...  h   ,..,. .. .  Berth N-0   ..   M]ocU , flc,e
..1: portion of Section 29 lying n irth
int-
l b<    ......
-'      :'       ���      ��� it 2 miles 1
���-"'    ��� end of 1
'��� Ki \
south,     ���
point of comme mc -
M       el      8      POSI        I -
... ���.. of the le irth-w* at coi
, .... n's  pre-e mption cl iin
owa . 4" cha
10   chaina    north;    40
.    . ;..;��� l to   of Timber Berth 2SG and thai >n
mix   pur-    if Section  32   outside Timber  Berth
lays fi emthe   264 and said  Berth 2S0, in Township
firs!      .  li ati in of  this   I, Range 30, Wesl of th< 6th Meridian;
he   ���������.-���   I shall register Alice   ilso thi  north half and the south-easl
-   .   .-   iwnei thereof in fee.    |uarter of Section -J1'., the north  half
3 north, 40 ��� ...���  publl ation  of this   and   the  south-wesl   quarter    Section
to ... 3 li  .  news-   27.   he *   ���   ...   S<   tion .'���   th    n 11
���i>ei lal  New Westminster   half Section   32,    Sections   33, 3
N"   -    Commencing   r       -.:.-.��� good and   sufficient   service   and those portions   if Sect!���>���-."���    nd
there 6    itside Timber Berths 2S0, 264
'      ;l 1  * Dated at tbe Land Registr;     Iff!
" �� south   New ^ Provinc*    ol   Brit-
tins   ish ...       1 this 25th day of  April.
a. D.. 1   7.
S   l
I   strict Ri gistrar
Ed     nds,  Esq
lent   s* n Ice of thi   sumi   ms   upon
and Tii      r Berth 254 Bio* k I  ol S�� you.
I   Rangi      ���   Wes You ...    1   [Ulred to enter a dispnta
l':    th*   6th  Mi ;..;.mi.    contatning  an note within  ten
area ol   !S7 acres, more or less daj   of May, 1907,    ai the Reglstra   ���
���   ....     m   in .. I    h : ...   .. -���     > ' Btci   al New  Westminster, .in.i if you
Chi ...       're*     on the easl bj Tim r-i 'lo no'  so enter such dispute note,, ...
B*    li 29S Block l.and the eas! bound :;" :li  *'"             ne ! againsi  you, and
ary  of  same  prod iced    n :'     :--'           ��� ���       ' eed to for* 1
Tim ei   Berth  29S    Bio k 2     on the ���!'"1   sell  yo      1 piitj  of    redemption
east, SO . bains south, SO 1
1   '���      ' ��� '���������   - ��� -. al mg
poin! ,.  ,,m.. :. ���
-
N '  -: t posl planted
es north of H      ���       Bai
!l -     -     Kittimal    _rm    on
It! .Mi   ���   ; .  . .    ��� ��.
''ist. '���' h, 40 cha as west,
to shore then al .ng sl ore
���   H&Vu^iSiS   ' ' cement
north  bj   Tim! er Berth  264  Block  2,
and 29S Bl 11'. 2; an 1 on 1 1 ith bj
Timber Berth 254 Block I, containing
an .11 ea   ���' 725 ... 1 es, mmm������ or less.
Block 3.���Commencing al the south
' isi , orner of Timber Berth 298
Block 2, then e noi th-easi rl; a! ri. li.
angles to the   easterlj   boundarj    of
In iho said mortgaged pr*
Dat. i ��� .is . : \ daj of Maj   I - :
,T,   .'   CAMBRIDGE,
Regis! nn
IN THE COUNTY COURT Or v.EST-
MINSTER. HOLDEN AT NEW
WESTMINSTER.
�����
.  th
... nc :.,. nt.
.,!    11   post     planted
272, in Township 4. Range 1, Wes! 1 :
the 7th  Meridian; also Sections
.". the north half and south-east q 11
Section 6, Sections 7. v thi   north
and the south-wesl quarter Sec-
���; ie 9, ��� ... south-east quarter Section
10, the south half Section 16, the south   said Berl    29S Block     2 miles; thence  Te* Thomas Walbanke Graha
bis notice,   half and the north-wesl  quarter Sec-   n��rth-westerlj  al righl angles te* lasi      TAKE    NOTICE   thai  a plainl has
.  ���     .;_;. or under   :i''i' 17, the north half and south-easl   >v;;'v '��� :'! chains; thence south west-   been entered  and a summons issued
persons      imm  anv   quarter Section 18, the south half and   erly' at risht angles to last, course, 2 against you in the above County Con
Section    19,   and   miles to eas boundarj    of   said  by the Yorkshire Guarantee �� Secu-
those portions of   Sections 1, 2,   the   !"';:'-1 29S Block -; "i*,"*'e south-east-   rities   Corporation,  Limited,    a   bodj
.-.is- half Section 11, and Section 12.  erlj  a'":;- Slii boundary to place of  corporate, having its    head office al
mii'
. .ms west;   4" ch
,.   ��� .e.-i ,    and   10 chaina
...������nt.
ng   at    n   post    plai     1
I .  m rth  of  the so ith-we si
en  No.   -'"..  the ���
��� h iins  w . al .   m
, ast;   4" ch.ni.-  1. 11'
: . nc* m* mm
Ing   at    a   posl    plai te 1
rth of the n .ith-we sl oor-
.-  . n'a pi    ��� mpl loi   1   iim
���    low -    16   chaina wesl .
160  chains  east       10
��� ,   point   of coi 1     '
��� ��� 9, m ere or le s.s.
wm    MOODY
.: \NK  VANDALL,
i. ��� .' irs
.  Vandall.
M irch .-;.  1907,
-     a the said 1 tnd    5   virt ie of   north-wesl  quarter
- -' instrument,  and ali
Iaii .:.z  any interest in ibe
said  land i  -    nl    w     se title Is
!  1. ���   egistered   .nder the   revisions of
':      "L ind   R 'gistrj    Act,"   shall   be
wesl of   Timber Berths 272 and 302,   beSinn'nS. excluding    therefrom   any  the city of Huddersfleld, England.and
���'   'Ut 10  miles north   if I!    tie;   Ba*
1 ���   '��� - ii   Km-    ���   Arm   on
in Township I
7th  Meridian:
portion of   Timber Berth
Hawkes   irj   Island    n a sm   I creek,
��� ������ ������   120   cl ains   south,  4     1 '..iin?
;   chains 1      ...      hains east,
10  chaii     : ��� . .    hains  west, 40
....    .. 1   and    lebarred from   ��''s:  hal:' Section 24, and  the south
:   :      :..     laim to or in respect   east  Quarter Section 25, Township I
for   taxes
1 h iin   n irth, 10 1 hains   ���
��� .   ... ���
menl
No. 26 ���    ��� it pi  -..-��� :
0 ind a    [tiari      wesi
���f K B     ; .     . .        ., on the
in     il m.i , then   i  160 chains
noi th,   i.'  chains  1   sl    mo e or  I* ss
to   Indian   Reserv*    . n* .   th* n* e   160
mth    1 ong   Reserve   iim1   to
in   along sh ire   : 1   poinl   ���
ment,
N'o   27. Comme ncing al p is! planted
if  the  said land s     ...
-   ' ���      I "L ei. 1   Regtsiry
Ai -
NOTICE.
7Ui Meridian,
T!.'i2Ti   acres,
OPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
-. Dominion Lan Is \\ Ith
...   Bell ii.  Bi Itish Colum
. ���-:���.! le 1 by any ; er
��� ��� sole he 1 l of a Camllj.
, er 1S j eai - 1 (   age, to
��� mi ��� ; . irter     ee 1 lon ol
ire or less,
..  ma Im  ; ersonallj   at
. -:. e ��� 11  the di trict in
mi is Bltuate,
���    eader ls re [ulred to per
conditions connected there
m: i": one uf the following plans:
VI   easl  >:\ months' residence
.   cultivation of   the land In
: 11 three years
.. father (or mother, If the
eased I, of the homestead-
. .on a farm In tbe vicinity
entered for,   the   require-
residence in iy be s il   lie 1
person   resl ling   with  the
... ither.
1   If the settler leas his per man
: I* nee upon farming lan 1 o\\ 11
1. in lhe vicinity of lii:; home
' lie   requirements   ns  to resl-
'.. satlsfie 1    by residence
il 1 lan I,
nths' notice In wi Itin -. should
. Hi"   -. 'ommlsslouei of Do
inds al * (ttawa eef Intent! in
��� patent,
ml(s may i.e. purchased al .10
ir si.:'; coal and .20 for an
N il  more than   320 acres
l ii red bj  one Individual or
I mj    1; ij-alty al  the rate of ten
: '"ii of 2,000 pounds shall be
' I on the gross output.
\v. W. CORY,
''    11    of the Minister of the Interior,
v  1.    ,. .
t ���'��� '���    1 nauthorlzed   publication ol
8  advertisement    will not be pal.l
For.
T ��� that   thl ... s after
date   '  in  end  to ni ik* li* a.tion to
the   Ihie 'Con   ii _si in ���:   if Lan Is and
'.'. irks I     a 1     as*   to cul an i carry
from the f .Uovi lng described la ids:
N'o 1.���Coau ng at a posl plant-
��� :   in ... -   side Twentj -Five
I     one mile and a quarter west ol   Mile C ed    imes Sharpe,   Minister of the Ii
Kiakiata Indian village on north bank   N'o.  1   pos:     th uce    10 .Imm- west;
'    iay,   thence  160   chains   north,   10   thei   e soul    S     hains    hence east SO
west,   160 chains    south,    to  chains   -    11 e noi  hains; thence
sh*   ���    then   along  sho 1    I 1  point   of   wesl  ;   .---.���       Int of commence-
imi 11 ncement. nient
N'o. 2S. Commencing at a post plant-      \0   2.���Commencing    al     .1
ibout one mile and three quarters   planted one mile    south    of    James
wesl   "f Kiakiata Bay  Indian   village,   sharpe's Xo. :  post;    thence we-:   10
en* e - mth S 1 chains; thence
eas 5 . . hains. thi nee north SO
, h iins. then* e wesl 10 chains, to
������������:::���   if 1. nimencem nt.
JAMES  SHARPE.
Sta ced April 29, 19 7.
tange 1, Wesl of the   e'1"""1 ul    mimer i.enn   308, which licensed  to carry on business in the
r.s..   Section  12, the  "li;:hl fa!1 n'i!!li" !l"' same, containing Province of    British  Columbia,    and
an area of S64 acres, more or loss. having iis    head office for   the said
Block  4.���Commencing al    a poinl province at the cltj of Vancouver, for
on the easterlj   boundarj  of Timber the sum of .1369.S9 for principal, In-
Berth 302 Block 1,   5 ehains   south- teres! and  nixes elm-    by you  to the
easterly  trom  the  north-easl   corner said company, under and bj virtue of
thereof;   thenc*    south easterly  along a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated
said easterly be  mdary    > chains.more the 25th day of    May. is:*::, whereby
or ;,'ss. to the    ingle    :-i   said   easl in consideration of    the sum of $500
boundarj of Timber Berth 302; thence Iadvanced tei yon by the said company
north-easterlj-, at righl angles to lis: you mortgaged to them the south-easl
forms of tender and envelope, may be  c0"1"86 following the boundary of said quarter oi    Section  9   Township   11,
obtained at this Department or at the   Berth 302, 40 chains;    thence north- New  Westminster   District,   Province
office nf the Crown Timber Agenl al   westerl3    paralled    to firsl course sn 0f British Columbia,    to    secure tho
New Westminster, B. C.                        chains, more or less,  to    correspond said sum of $500 and Interesi thereon
Each tend.':- musl   be accompanied   with length of   firsl course;    thence al 10 per cent per annum, mm ' an or
by an accepted cheque on a chartered   south-westerly    paralled    to   second der lias been made thai the ptrbltca-
bank In favour of the Deputy ot the  course   40 ehains. to   poinl of eom- tlon of a notice of the entry of Buch
he am-  mencement, contatning an area ot 320 plain! tn the Columbian    and    DaiV
ount of tbe bonus which the applicant   acres,, more or les. News,   two  newspapers  published   In
Is    repared to y.iy for a license               Block 5.   Commencing al .1 point on the citj of \e\\ Westminster, slu!! he
The hlghesl ov anj tender nol nee-   the easterly shore of Chehalls Lake, deemed to be good and sufficient ser-
Range 2, West   of    tin
containing an area 0
more or less
The berth must be surveyed within
one year after the date of the notice
,i�� ai ding :!im berth.
The regulations under which a license will    be    Issued,    also printed
essaril;  acce
No ten le r
ti rtatne i.
ited.
by lob graph will be en-
PERLEY G.
in   11 irth   bank  of  bay,    thence    Idi
chains   north, 40 chains    west,    160
hains -   ith,  10 chains * ist  to poin!
of      .   teucement
No. 29  (' imm ncins post pi int
ed ; tl one half mil* mi ' im mouth
of Kildala 1 iver on south bank, th race
10 chains south, 10 chains west, SO
chains south, 10 chains west, 120
1 hain - north to the shore, then along
--'; >re to poinl of 1 ommen ement.
KEYES,
Secretary,
Departmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 25th, 1907,
Tenders for License te Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in tiie Province of
British  Columbia.
50 chains southerlj trom northerly vice of th*' summons upon you.
end of said lake; thence southerly Yon are required to enter a dlspul i
along said easterly shore of lake. _*�� nolo within ten days rrom the 31st
miles in direel distance, with a depth daj of Maj*, 1907, at the Registrar's
of i'7 chains on saiel easl shore, meas- office al Nevi Westminster, and if yon
ured al right angles to the general do nol so enter such dispute noto
bearing of said easterly shore of lake judgment will be si_ai'el against you
within the block, containing an arealand the plaintiff may proceed to fore
of 1,340 acres, more or less.    > close -nnl sell your equltj of redemp-
The berth musl  be surveyed with   tlon ln ""' s:li'' mortgaged premises,
In one year after tho .into ,,r -.h��� no.     Dated this 23rd day of May, 1907.
;:ie>
late of
110-
W   II. MOODY,
FRANK   VANDA1
Loi al M-s.
Located April Oth. 1907.
TAK
��� en
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
:: NOTICE thai application has
,, |c mi register !���': rence Mary
I
. :.
I -. eli        as  ilie' ov\. - -   In Fee Slm.l -
..  imm Sale Deed from The Cor-
iti :; of the Distrii I of Burnaby, to
lai es (' inniugham, bearing date the
10th .1 ij  ��� :   M irch, A. D��� 1902, of all
. mm  lar   thai   cer! Un   parcel   or   ^^
.; ,. 1   of   lan 1  an.l   premises    situate,
.,    mih! being In the Districl of New
Westminster, in the Pr \\ ince of British    Columbia,     more     particula
m n . an 1 el .scribed as subdivisions
23 an 1 -I of subdivision "A" of lol 29,
group 1.
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, am) marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No. 519," will be received
al this Departmenl until 12 o'clock
u-on on Wednesdaj", the 24th day of
���nder for Tim-   July, 1907, for a license to cul timber   b '"an"accepte(1 , ,     .,,....,.,,
ber Berth No. 516," will be received at   on  Berth  No.  519, comprising    lands
ihis Di nenl  until 12 o'clock noon   situate in the Province of British Col-
_n  Wednesday,  the  Sth  daj   of June,   umbia   111 the   west side of Chehalls
11 -7.  :       . cut   timber on   ;_,:.- an.! described as follows;
i',      |_ .,  516, 1-. :::. I ising  ! in Is situ
In the 1 British Colum
Tenders   for   License   to   cut   Timber
on  Dominion  Lands  in tiie Province of British Columbia.
SEALED  TENDERS   a Idressed    to
..   ......     il  D iminion I.an is.
Departmei]   of 1   e Intel lor, and mark-
ii. e awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a li
C* nse will '.ee Issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
'.' Lalned al this Department or al the
office of the Crown Timber Agenl at
New Westminster, B. C,
K.ii'h  tender musl   be accompanied
J. .1. CAMBRIDGE,
Registrar
IN THE COUMTY COURT    OF WEST
MINSTER.   HOLDEN     AT     NEW
WESTMINSTER.
T
bla, an i  d. scri ed as toll >v s;
John Thon
iter, B   C   :
l'\KK    NOTIC1
been entered and
igainst    you    in
��� mi   if n ' -,  Westmln-
Timber  Bi rth   No.  519,  comprising
'. .1 . poi 11* ns of the follovi lng lan.is
which lie : > the wesl of Chehalis Lake   noi  n ic*   sarfl;   accepted
'��� ��� ���   ''''   :i   N*��-  ";,:-  comprising  and outside of Timber Berth 302 Block
Si eti ms 27, 28, -. . 34, an I  the lias;
balv  ���      Sections 29 and 32 In Town-
..   Range 23,  Wes!   of the  6lh
containing   in    area  of    5
, more or less,
y;: ....       ,     . .:       red V. Mil,II
oi ' ��� .��� 1    1 ft* ;- the : it*   nl the ti .tl* ���-
bank In favour of the Deputj of the
Minister of i!u> Interior, for the am-
>_nl  of    the bonus which the appll
anl is prepared to pay fora license.    Com{ ]"   the Yorkshire Guarantee
No lender by telegraph will be en-  s'''��"i;i">    Corporation,    Limited,   ..
��� ed,   The highest or anj tender  !u,',y corporate, having its head office
lal  the citj  of Huddersfleld, Englan.l,
thai ei plainl has
a summons issim 1
the above  County
&
PERLEY Q.  KEYES,
namely, Sections 26, 'J7. the northi Secretary-
half of Sectlou 28,   the south half of   Department ee;' ihe interior,
';.
awi rdtng th ���   .erth.
The  regulation    under which  u   11
ci nse  will   : ���    Iss ie I,  als 1    printed
���- 1 ms ���>:' ��� m '"1- mu I env* I ip '. may be
.
FORESHORE   LEASES.
'"���'' Is hereby given that, GO elays
'le, 1 Intend tei apply to the
1 Chief Commissioner of Lamls
f.'"1 Works for a louse of the foreshore
' booming and milling   pur-
1 comprising the whole of a bay,
"ie name of Independent Hay,
1 ni.out two miles south of the
"' ' '��� 1 of Cost! Island, on the easl
:' Kitlmal  Arm. and about two
""'���th from  Klldaln Ann.
1 'I April ..1I1. 1:1117.
WILLIAM   MOODY,   Locator.
1 l: \\'K VANDALL,   .gent,
Vmi and each of you are hereby re- 0ttanled al this Department or al the
quired  to  contest   the  claims  of  the 0[fice 0[ the Crown Timber Agenl  at
..l:;  purchaser  within   forty-five  elays yew   Westminster,   B.   C
Crom the date of the Eirsi publication Each  tender  must be accompanied
this notice, otherwise I shall regis- ,,.,. an accepted cheque   .11 a chartered
; ',;��� Florence Mao  Eveleigh as owner 0���nt< j��� favour of the w uty of the
,,��� |n [ee,    And  I hereby direct Minister of the Interior, fei rtho am-
. uubllciition of thi3 notice for thir- ount of the  bonus  which  the appll-
,, V, in .1 dally newspaper publish- can! Is prepared to pay for a license.
ed at New Westminster will be good The hlghesl  or any tender nol ne-
and sufficienl service thereof. .essarily  accepted
Seel I .11 33, the south half and
north-easl n.uartei of Section 34, Sec
tion '��� -. T oi nship 5, and Sections 1,
_. iiu. easl hall ol Section 3, the north
1 as; quarter of Section 10, Sei I lon 11,
h boh h half of Section 12, the south
wesl ��� um tei ol Section 1 I. an 1 the
mth . ... -;.i trtev of S. ction 15, In
Town ;lii-' 6, all In Range 1. Wes of
ihe 7th Meridian, containing an area
of 1,310 acres, more or less,
Ottawa, April 24th, 1907,
an.! licensed '��� - cai rj on business In
the Province of British Columbia,
and having ll - head office for the sai 1
province at the city of Vancouver, for
tho sum of $2104.88 for principal, Interesl and taxes due bj you to tho
saiii companj*, under and bj virtue
of a certain tndei ture of Mor - 1
dated the Uth daj of March, t^'.
wherebj In consideration of the sum
of $850 advanced to j ou bj   the said
NOTICE   that a plaim his company, .1 1 ��� tgaged to them tho
red and  .1  summons issue'1   norih wesl   quarter   of   Section    11,
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF WESTMINSTER. HOLDEN AT NEW
WESTMINSTER.
To Helen Johnston of New Westmla
ster, It. C;
TAKE
hi en  im
iMiirsi mui iii the above County Couri   Township I", easl of the ('nasi  Mei
by the Yorkshire Guarantee A Seou-  ldion,  New   Westminster   Distrlot,  to
a  body secure the said sum of   $850 and ln-
illee   11  ii'i-esi thereon al  i'1 per cenl per nn-
Dated al the Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, Provide of British
Columbia, this 25th daj of April, A  D.,,
1907.
C.   S.   KEITH,
Distrii ��� Registrar.
To  I-  A. Bayne, Es -
A!: 1 ersons bi iti l with this a ifice,
.,���, thos - claiming through im- under
them,  and   all persons    laimlng  anj
...... ,.   m the - ild lan I    .��� virtue of
ed ia ���: umi af. and all
i       ng any Interest in the
..    descent, wl ose title is
No tender ';>:���  telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY  <!.   KEYES,
Secretary,
Dei artment of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 6, 1907,
any ;
per ���
sal'
. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   Ne'w Wj��.mlniter, B.C.
The berth mus: be surveyed within
one' year after thi due of the notice hit les Corporation,   Limited,
awarding the berth, Icorporate, having    its head
Tho regulations under which a li the city of Huddersfleld, England, and Inum, and in order ins been male
cense "ill be issue,1, also printed licensed to carrj on business In tho thai the publication of a notice of tha
forms of tender mil envelope, may i-i* Province of Itrltlsh Columbia, and entry of such plaint In the Columbian
obtained al this Departmenl or nl the having iis head office tor the Bald and Dailj News.two newspapers pub-
'iiii'i' of the Crown Timber Agenl al province al the cltj ot Vancouver, for llBhed In the cttj of New Weatmln-
New W'e's'niinsier, it. c the sum of |1S00.01 tor principal, In-  *:'-'-. shall be deemed to be good and
Each tender must  be accompanied teresl and tuxes due    by you to thc sufficienl Bervlce of the summons up-
'ni an accepted cheque on a chartered wild company, under and by virtue pf on you.
bank In favor of   the Deputy ot   the a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated |    Yen are reqi      1 1 > enter a dispute
Minister of the Interior, tor the am* the 20th day of .May. 1898, whereby
ount Of the lioinis which the applicant lin consideration of    the sum of |600
is prepared to pay for a license. advanced to you by the said company
The lil. hesi or any tender not nee-j you mortgaged    to  ihem the  South-
ossarlly accepted. west quarter of Section to, Township
No tender by telegraph will be en-  14,  Ne#  Westminster District, Prov-
tertained, 1 Ince of British  Columbia,    to secure
PERLEY G. KEYES, the snl.i  sum   of    $600    and  Interest
Secretary.     therfon  at  ll   per cent    per annum,
...-., ui of Hi" Interior, ' an order has been made that the
(-)... .     _pril 2;      I! 07, il llci ttoi     t a aotlce of the entry
note within ten days    from the 31s(
daj  of May, 1907, al  the Registrar's
office al New Westminster, and if yen
do not so enter   such dispute   nol ���.
judgment  will lie signed againsi you,
and the plaintiff may proceed to foreclose nml sell yo_r equity of redetnt)-
n'.-ii in ihe said mortgaged premises.
Dated this _8rd ilay af May, 1<J.7.
,T. ,T.  CAMBRIDGE,
Registrar. THE   DAILY   XEWS.
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[ SPECIALS
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS  FRUITS - Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE,  in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
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ALFONSO WOULD BE
FpIDA\
s :���:
MAy
nuuLi/   ul f-  ~_ _ :���:
big cattleman | Moorglaze I
nam el;
KING DESIRES TO BREED CATTLE
ON ISLAND FARM���FOLLOWS
ENGLISH   EXAMPLE.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
fFARM FOR SALE-)
In fine location; 20 acres cleared; house worth
$2,000; barn 65x90; other good buildings, al!
new; good bearing orchard; first-class water;
school and post office.
Price,   -    -    -    $4,500
Madrid, May 23.���King Alfonso isi��I<
negotiating for an island in Northern
Spain, where be proposes to build a j<
summer residence, lay out a farm and j
breed thoroughbred cattle. The i x- ��
ample of King Edward and ninny f
English noblemen who raise prize f
beasts, it is said, prompted the kin::'.- .
jilans. The queen is taking a keen in- >*
teresl in the project and anticipates ,���,
with pleasure summer holidays un- '/*\
der conditions familiar ��� i bei In >;
England. J
The Madrid correspondent of the !*:
Telegraph says the relations between !*,
Spanish and British royalties are be- :���;
coming closer daily, and it is intend* ���! V
to make the future of the two coun
nies one of perfect and Intimate ac
corel. Members of the British royal "
family propose henceforth to spen I
mosl of their holiday time in Spain.
rS READY FOR USE.
It dries hard over night, with
a hiph gloss, ami
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
BLACK HUNDRED
'I
a
S ap and water does n* t
mar it.
It wears as well on ' lut-
side as Inside Floors.
Use it on ymir Inside
Floors, Veranda and
Porch Flours, Outside
and Inside Stairs ..r
Steps, and wherever you
want a durable
High Gloss Enamel Finish.
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
�����|anderson|
& LUSBY
FUNERAL OF MURDERED POLICE
OFFICERS SIGNAL FOR RENEWED   DISORDERS.
fi. 'ft
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
HEADQUARTERS __
SCREEN DOORS
SCREEN WINDOWS
GARDEN HOSE
GARDEN TOOLS
and REFRIGERATORS
BRYSON
Hardware, Monarch Ranges
&  SONS
167 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
*3T Agents for "KLBNO." �����
Odessa, May 22.���Th< Black Hundred -"ok advantage i f the funi ral
yesti r lay of the threi polic* officers
assassinated al the central police
bureau .Monday to . : ��� hi ir at-
: ineks on the .Jews.
The   whole  Jewish   population   became terror-stricken.    All the stores
wire closed and tie.  streets were al-
,' most deserted.
Jews and students were attacked
and beaten and Jewish houses were
fired into. One ; reti xi for this showing was that shots had been fired
from the houses in question, thus re-
peating the well known provocation
tactics that were Indulged in at Bialy-
stock and Siedlce.
Gov.-Gen. Kaulbai -. in !> r :!i" spur
of private instructions from Si. Petersburg,  had   adopted     measures   ;o
I prevent the disorders from growing
into a general massacre and consequently another prepared anti-Jewish
-'attack  has   foi'   the   tine   mi in:.'   been
1 averted.
Owing to the unreliability of tin
police, the governor posted himself
niii!   was   in   ] ei - .. I trol   of  lhe
. atrols ai the street oi n< - The
signal for the beginning of the trou-
ble yesterday was the firing oi' a shol
ni the funi ral irocession from a
window, Thi.-; v.oui:.!''! ;: Cossack
slightly, v ben i n (he mm,n's comrades fire! ihi*-. vmm' j into the
building whence this shol bad come,
shattering all iiie windows.
Gen.  Kanlbars, who was in the fu-
A BOTTLE OF
SCENT
is always acceptable: A
present the young man can
give his lady friends at any
time.        We stock . . .
Seely 9s
Perfumes
the finest in the world;
bottles all sizes; fancy
boxes. Prices to suit all
pockets.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
Ellard Block, - New Westminster
-WHEN  WANTING
SOUVENIRS
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for mailing to friends, or taking with
you, be sure and examine the collection
 AT      	
J. J. MACKAY y CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
DO [TJ.OW
SAVE YOUR PAPERS
���r
VALUABLES
By Renting One of Our Long
Safe Deposi. Boxes.
FOUR SIZES
'Going Fishing?"
"Guess so."
Get your
TACKLE
'*************%
$2.50 PER M UP
We  cordially   invite
you   to inspect  ther..;
a!  any lini".    :    :    ���
AT���
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I Electric Railway Service!
��� Interurban   Line.
X   Cars  for  Vancouver  and    way
* stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. ni. to 11:30
/).  in.
City Limits Line���Service from
6:15 a,  in.  to li   p, ni.
20 Minute Service���Mo transfer,
ie 'ween 12 und 2 and ,'i and ',.
20 Minuts Service���During remainder of dry. Tram ler nl
Leopold Place,
Sunday   Service   half-hourly  be- *
tween S a.m. and 11 p.m. *
Sapperton Line. T
15 Minute Service from G._..
in.  to   II   p.m., except  between
12 and 2, and 5 and  V, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service   bair-nourly between S.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
OREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
ocesslon, al once gave orders
thai soldiers surround the liouse'
This -mii.' done and the building wn8
learched, Thirty i ersons were arrested, Including the man who fired
ihe shot. lie is a member <>f the
Union oi' True Russians,
Owing  to   the constanl   danger   to
their lives, the large
lion  <eT Odessa  Is In
extreme  nervousness. ^^^^^
venture oui of doors and all the Jew
i li stmes In ilie city are closed.
$3.50 Hats for Q
Saturday Special
____<ioo____>_-__ ���
1 w\
Wears On the Floor |
���Not Off
The Millinerj   Departmenl places ....
' '  ��� tomorrow,   twenty  fine  ,.i.|   8tyll8h   ,.
Hats* e<Jual  In vain*' to ..;,���������.   season     ,   ,
���   ���   ason
��� ...i.  	
i* :row   ntiiv
���'ll   fr,
I
Man)   aew styles showing tn  sailors and
��� m ��� hing new here.
_$^>0 each,
���
W. S. COLLISTER Ig
247 Columbia Street. New Westm
inster
��� .. AT ALL PRICES ..
I IH WHITE HOUSE
���
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A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia si,
��� ��� ��� ������
Extra Good
H�������� Ash street, convenient  to car and F, irtl   a,    ,   __
  $ 1500.0C
'"   irth avenue, modern house, 6jx rooms near ...     Pr,    m
20 acrea on x"r,l> Road, unimproved,   Hrst   ,!..- .-M
J ' i    acre   . .
 $55.001
DOMINION TRUST COMPM
THOS. __. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE -anJ INSURANCE
'ewish popuia- I
1 condition of I
They   do   no! I
WHAT IS NEfDI
'" :": e L' ' Ml"'>> '������   good FEED     We i p,he       t       tl
' !,,v    Make your ch rkens lay by gl
:'   '!!':!"" >'our "w Block   by   building  up   bone bi
and use CARNEFAC.
l'A"li>; llave yo�� fled the Pastry .!������: mad.   b>
Milling Company,   if not Telephone 333 and try II   -
obtained  are excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. Telephone 333.
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., im.
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t British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd %
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F- J. HART,
J      Mnnagcr     :
ofA.^��named Irish picked up a roll
r "",linK- containing   a (.o���p,e    ���r
t"yi" C"y m��l�� yesterday. The Jt.
���"���. w��  reported  to the  police, and
 'Xve  Brad��haw,   fearing  thai   a
drownl"8   fatality  ha���  taken    place
!"',"'""'""l    '" l0��"    Into the matter"
���!;'":;v" B���**��� I- of the
.  "���"   lh"  u,""u"    musl    have    been
"'"?l""1 overboard Prom some steam-
I.oal   going  up  the river
 ^   ADVERTISE   IN THE DAILY  NEW..
BIG   SALE   OF
SPICES AND  EXTRACTS
At, Cost Prices. SATURDAY.
.Don't Miss the Sale.      :
32 Sixth Street
Phone 309
Edmonds Tea Co.

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