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 fhite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
iGE FOUR-
PHONE 85
f0iXME 2, NUMBER 116
M_
a
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
SEE  PAGE  FOUR.
PHONE 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C��� FRIDAY MORNING, MAY IT,
fOTORMAN PROVES     NEC fS
HIMSELF A HERO    :?
*ND
190J.
in CENTS PER WEEK
IA
PRIVILEGES'
TCHES FIRE BUT DRIVER'S   HOTELS      EXCLUDING      COLORE!
ucK AVERT.  PANIC    AMONG "���   -    SEVERELY    CRITICIZED-
DELEGATES APPOINTED.
Pi
-iFTV WOMEN
EXHIBIT CHANGES       SONS Of NORWAY
ARE DECIDED UPON       CELEBRATE TODAY
iii_p_r_p
t'-ijg     [TV     F.EVISINe
llllLj ����'
G   COMMITTEE   OF   R.   A.
SOCIETY  MAKE  ALTERATIONS IN PRIZE LIST.
INDEPENDENCE OF NATION Wl
EE FITTINGLY OBSERVE:
EXCURSION  TO   MATSQUI.
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h*. li   wil
s. he r*
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.
:
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und un
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.'fill
*
till
:   ���  -    n fifty v
'l tng*
t the        ty-secon
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::
Upheaval Expect' .
\!      Iti     : cons'der-
.   tl
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e .Main!       .-.        nn   \-
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the    ���-���--.      ol    n
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ol   the
etiti n.
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induce
cai
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nnwl. exact
the e  evas a
commo latl
���
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.-M.i
Blnckv  '1
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the
Prize Winning Exhibits at Fall Fair
Will Be Sent East and Shown to
Intending Settlers in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
' ���   ' on
���     ' ���      ��� ��� :' d i ��� ���   ,        ..   ���
les etc.. are gen eivel
'  ti       i and   hi
-       .     B.   C.
are g  a
Man! a    n
elve
m i
b    .   . i ...^ ���
���   .      i,   ....'. whi
as v. en   i e   Tii ���
-,.'���..
.i     .. !    '..
I'.  A.  - .'���.,.      , T Cui
I Se .   \V. 11 Kearj.  \   c
ti    .. t, it n      lecided te
��� .   :e   ���
ie fl    Id" and       iply li    el     Ea
ian ! W si        :::���:!..!'
|j< ars onl}" an ' lov . i|   eli ise -   ���!
were si t icki n out, S31, S5:i, 909   92 ���
Th*    S'orwe i  will to
Sfl   len   ���- ��� i -        ��� .
sons    of
S'orv.i ���       ��� ��� udi "    na-
;   i ���    : lenl    i    -'
end   th    da ���     In   \
One Mi' 'm tirtj   th
Sand r of the 1 Luth*     n
nd M* 0, und erson    i a '
���     an    < ���   iirsion     I )
'-'.        I    Praii e, where     i    |il
���r:. ii.   n .1!   e spent.
\ ! irge - ti    -    a ill .���!-������ imi :i ;
I
itee re-
���i ��� .
them
. alus."
Th    vi !ue of the    pro osition    ha t
lly re ognized, and the direc-
- .���   1!. A. and I. are even   . v
��� ' ing   the   preliminary   sti |     to pul
e hen.     into   execution.    Irome-
���' ly after the close of the fall e _-
Id '
' .-      : -���-
���
ess  o    C        .   ���   :"     :*
f the e.n qoa  Ib 77
thn
thinks . ������ iecl an
Mexico    is Ar;in Quaking.
Chll . ���    ���   .      Mi       Maj     li Th'
I   ��� of the  si ���;.���- th,.-
m   risked thl    re.   n since th* dls-
an ���   ��� ���   \    tl  14, was
felt  hen   I ���
Mid       .    --     .    .:   all
1       idea i special
f the 3 sid
B. C ��.e tr.'n -
rl     has been
��� il ways mei
iment that a     he time
en the |u     ol  i.his   hibition, all exhibits which have won
fit 1     ���     Ibition pu flrsl or second prizes will be used in
-''���.- tic con  itiona  li     '     plan which is as follows.     _  .nr,
would foi eld   he   fitted with heating   appliances   which
Practica     investigation   will    preserve a normal    temperature
;  '   stat*     of    the  il     ighout, will  carry  the    exhibits,
thei      ..:;-    during    the and a committee, including experl lec-
..-.���! firsl    pari    of  turers, will accompany the special.
.'������'    'M.' ei   .��� | beyond p d u t,      ki ��� e/ery   place of importance   be-
ever,       I the       position properly  tween the coasl  and Winnipeg, stop-
in.dled      a 1.*      iccessfully    carried | pages will  be  made, and opportunity
thi   bi .- fits fl'hich this ;>ro-   given the people to see for themselves
nd on*   varietj  added, "Lawyer." le     wil   b*     Iven al  the home of
11 s\ is   lecided to take no action on N'els   lohnston, across the river '   low
the  -:-.-- lone  contained  in  a letter the    St. Mungo    cannery.      An
free,n Mr Brandrith, with the exception        nts    have    been  mad*     with    Mr
. :   addini     he "Lawyer"   variety.     I- Stegevik to be at the C. P. R. whar
was also decided i:i the collection of with  bis large launch capable of ac
fall iand winter apples Instead of read- commodating aboul twenty persons al
.-   ���  .ev   "six  varieties,"  thai     li six-thirty ihis evening, and all parties
should  read  "five"    similar   to    I ie wishing to attend  Mr, Johnston's    n-
pears, both  Easl and  Wesl  of North tertainmi it    will be conveyed   ai  oss
Bend.   One more variety of blackber- the     Ivei  free of charge.    Music and
ri_s will be added.   Prizes for besl a  - refre hments will be provided, and an
pies in  box for shipping will be In- ���   io;   ble time is promised,
creased to read $7.50, $5.00 and $3.60	
>  RTY-FOUR   RUNS.
G rl�� Win Bweball Game
m..   Lsrg.  Majoi :,-.
DARE   DEVIL   TRIP
R.  Benson  Cresses  Guif     in
Gasjiine   Launch.
Small
nml the same with pears.
in the prizes for the commercial
display, ii was decided thai In the interests of the smaller fruil growers, to
strike oui the word largest, making th
prize conditions leal as follows, "Be .
In ��� ild le .- .: th..'advertise- and hear the dissertations ou the display "'' fall and winter apples, ct-
. m.   .. tl inducing settl* rio - exhibits, which will be one of ,liili! to be strictly confined to Individ -
te, -.-.      I bi  inestimable. I ���   mos!   Instructive features  of the  ual growers, two boxes of each varie   .
.,, . ,.   ���     ��� | ,.       ,    ,. - ;.,     trip and nol to exceed ten varieties, entry
as a ral* ry poor concep-      rhe committee is now endeavoring fee 5 per cent, of firsl prize" and thai
the agrl    '   ral res eurces and   to I    an arrangemenl  with the  the prizes be as follows:  First prise,
.'... . of this *   intry,   ind tales   C.  P. R. as to the special train and   ���?"���"��� second $65, third $55, fourth ?'".
hth*      if the fei matters   connected   wiih   the-  fifth $35, sixth $25.
Will   Not  Appeal.
New   York, .May   16���-Patrick     C n
iiors. ' hair nan of thi ��� -��� cutive *   m
mittee of the longshorem* a'     ur lon,
s.ii.i today thai the longshoremen will
mui make an appeal to Washington to
ci ih* n  i-i d* allng with tin Bteamsl Ip
ompanies. He added that they dl i n I
ire-"., late an ai pi al to .1. Bruci  Is-
i.iay.    presldenl  of the   International
Mercai Lile company, who is due to a -
rive here today.
:' .
'
���
aiu]
ns
eitluii.
IM
1
scon   e ;    ; runs tee 7.
girls pul  it
���on*     '    m   the I'nti-
��� .1      ',: ie* n's     pai k
ay al      io
Id of an
m ed     ���       _ei    wd
ih ai        :
e hard t, und
������   ���
��� ' root.   Thi   fl
������ 1 and il
il   In ���'.     a
��� mi  .     ���        ....   in ��� i.
full  o    runni
,.. ��� oi   u|   Ii   the
-���i'i   - ��� ....  aft e i   sl
-   ��� was i ri. ���'. out, bnt
��� ill      The   proci sslon
��� - contln i* i
t* am    ha I    several
In   its   ranks,  thi   best
m   Miss     Edith
ii. :    W01  .      :   the
.   Mil !:������   ! ati tig an :
bing.        As
Ci,   '       II     . .;>    '.   ���
i entrii   R i      Wad I 11,
��� ; :   :��� ���
���  ,i:  ���;..     .. ��� ���        Ml
. i - ��� i
ind deliver*
learn wo
vie to r 3
��� losei i, Ml      \    ���'
i n te
he lot, and playe l h* i
In the t.eil mmmis
��� McLean mail
although hi    de :j
times    protesting
pe itators,
in        ill Iwenl                     -    ine
the ���        ���  . :i|i;i":l
with          - it   which   h*   km v
nothing,  and tha!          ���      li ��-n
1.  R   Benson, a hi i
ring cure- of Nam Imo,    n .   eartner ;:i
he local I ng and  Bens m,
crossed the sl - A\"ce!n' b-
daj   aftei     -.i   I        evil .    .- -m ��� . ien 'e,
Leaving N'anaii ick In
moi ning, m made   fai
til i       -   -       .  when hi -
. nglne  broke   I ��n    nd   i othing    he
. oul    do would induce    il    to    starl
WEST END TEAM
WINS LACROSSE GAME rL
The arrang* ments    regarding    the
~~���������������������������������������=__��� commercial  display  have  lecen  made'
Swanson put the ball in behind Eick- 30]eiy  -virii the view    of giving   the
boff after a beautiful piece of play in smaller  growers more    opportunities,
two minutes.   Another shot  followed; and   to   Induce  ihem  to take    everj
-   pped    Then Warwick took possible Interest in this year's exhibi-
and scored toi  the greens In tion,    The secretary has been fluthor-
Lost   Sailors   Pickeu   Up.
Victoria, B. (.',  .May 16^���Steamship
Amur, which arrived lasl nighl re]
having picked up a  boat's    crew  of
three men inst from the s< hooner
G.,  ofi Queen Charlotte Islands,  who
had  been  withoul  food   foi   thirty-six
hours    and were    aim lsl    * xhau.   .:
REGINAS
INITIAI
TC  ONI
MATCH���
IFEATED     IN
SCORE   NINE
: ites.    Half time found  the jZo(| to endeavor to arrange for cold Thej   had  been oul  three elays In    n
the center ������:  rh.- field, and storage for early fruits, such as plums open   b al     when     picked     up.
to nil in  '.,. he west and  strawberries, as exhibiting them schooner was mei   with  after
'.''������'��������� in bottles gave no opportunity   as to ���'������"- !"-' Queen Charlotte Islands    id
n of th*   engine
re ill
will   -
: ic ���. i. ���
j i en's
: cisivel
i- .'.;-. .
e in I    In the   cont*
.   At
-
: . ���   night, the,
���    ��� n,    the    -
was entirelj    n  i   wn to th*- voyage .
a inl   it   was some ��� '       '���   i !
las- hit on a th*  difflctill *.
It appears    ���'��� il spring    was
broken, a fill      id a strip of
torn from        ifl   ��� ' Icl. he had
in  tb*     ' eat,  Mi    Benson I inallj   su -
ceeded in n      i |   In?       I   ���nalil-
I him to        ���       indei    aboul    half
spee I
laun . with a tin e firsl II  ������.
. n  in* '..    ���'    ���'
��� ������  .
���.   ��� lh*
rhe  ���    re is
relati
ve    '���'
m.    !
el th
': v-.. than ever in   he se -
I   - . 5pi int   -core d   for   i lu
��� .i'ii-   aftei   oni     uiuute o    ; lay   ijj
'��� -ay o   varia    in, Logan se ore I for ..n
en re      .'      ne ai
iUg   I'i       ........ ;���
ers up, ap   they started !    ru   i thing
it 11   11    ���  il lasl  loni . The ball once
on  wenl through the eas; end goa    ..,,,]���
judging as to flavor or condition.
were returned ��� n
SENT   UP  FOR   TRIAL.
SOCIALIST   CANVASSER
Assault   Case   Will   go  Before   Higher
Court���A  Correction.
We.'i   Known   Advocate   Sect
scribers in This City.
Norman M      :-..:. charged with as-      Harry Sibble, a well known   -
��� Ing An I* i   in las; Monday
...
ht, 1st, arrived in the city     ite  I ������
a iication ul
��� .      .
. * ���
.1    .1.   . i a.-   a cl   ace    with
Pai ker of N       '������ n aboul      ei      asl      ��� ��� The
��� ���  i .(���" all   an I five and a started fl       i        '     " -:-'-''
M   ���., -    ,   ���       .      n   Mr.   Bi nson
flnallj eight J.*ick on ���'- '
.
. 'clock   in   ���  ��� ���
ring In ���".    ''���'���'
acn - ��
:n the m< he   III
���ie' ope n
ing hi    figine,  I
.    ,      ��� ���  In   ���: Ite   ���
this, le-  Inti a I-  n ' mum. .   to   N
���   i- ! ti,
i
���    1,   :
M
fohrmton,     I cei '        h
.
II from tb*
���      . rushing down on I n
ds' goal      e which      oil
111      t   mn in a  '* n mon hs'
i \'fty   Sallv Wai    i
SEVENTEEN YEARS.
Ill
III     t|i:..      .      :..,.      ���        ���   .    ,      j)l
lie commenced on JI
;i  i .-��� elve   we   km n
���  ting a mm.' lum ier ln-
'. rosin  and oils.  W,  G.
-  "������ r   ''.!:. company,
���    ��� -'.    . ..i.. my,
:-"   WOrk    fee;'   the'   fl
evhlch he   will return to
a lo i.    The     fai - -
" of a practical man,
li
Victoria  Murderer Sentenced
Term of Imprisonment
I
Victoria,    B.  C,  Ma I :    ,;' "
Williams, who shol and killed Aifred
Dougla .  on   Sail   S irin Island,  was
bi ntenci I to -  vent* ��� n . et.    ' impris-
;��� Willi ms
lilty to       nsl       i er    lai
I      . ..... di f* 11
until io lay.
,��� the i i " of Donal I cl     , *   -i'
I*   ible experience,  ed   with   murdering  *   "
ha   . invested mon*      Tyrell.     -        ���       '     nfll ^r'
:".,���.,. thai   fl'eredl   '
plead* I
ev* ni :
i ml
���   ire
i be ti profil ibli   om .
li M,h".   informed the
'���   ��� aboul $10,000had
comp my, and thai
1      ' j   a ou] 1    be
���  days, as the
I In me Iii I
..... | an 11 Tm   '���<���  im-"
Eickhoff.   An-
|]pr  one   folio   i '     but    was    b!   i
ed in b;   the lai f in the
iet.    Then  the *    t en ���oh    n
turn i ' sh - "m . '   tiring In   ��� ! d on
M mn, wh ' ca ighl  ll and ll   ���" ������
more      veil   I   ip thi   . ��� i :. 'i' wo shol
to Long  on  th tsl  end  stronghold followed,
I - eh wer ��� thi ov n out, bul Hal fohn-
��� ....   heal    he long    3ul   -ait!i   a
shot, whi* b   ��� ilf ��� l the ne   ��� ul
���    hot on th*   .-"   ��� ��� ; i :     an l nome
In  ""i:i m- and the  firsl  quarter
��� ��� over,
\  er the Interval, the play was a
nd began with the usual
m g   j.:   froHt   0f (]](.   east   end
".���-!I.    Then t'i" play came down the
to tii" other n"t and things -wri'
named   .    ���   interesting   for the    weal    end
Nol   for Ion?;, however, as  iho
i a   was  soon   reversal   and     It.
'   ' .  ter put  li  in  tli" net just  four
after play started. In a _trug-
by  the east end  goal   Fitzgerald
ia a mix up after four minute	
1 ben  half a  minute later Spring did
'  ������ trick a jain and  Lhe yells of the
end wen   now gi I Ing
moi a   is.    Soon    afti r    the    bell
��� ��������������� I foi the end of the quarter,
The 11-��� quart r was slow, thi . ace
.   .;���"     ��� .  .   bad el 'ei I  on the mail   ity of the : laj ei     some ol   whom
I ob\ nol    been    practicing  was found wh n    .ndi  son was lying,
���mi.   R   ertsi ���    ���.     -       m     i    ..      broken to ���       Th i neel    .
1 n-1 goal and Eickhoff wi il o     In   he   '..'Me. with   :',    cork  Bill]    undrawn,
������b   '!''������  new  goal tend i  was isoon   was produced In supporl of the th*   ry
l to tin       -     -        ��� . ." .   ���   ���' ell,  lhal it had been used as a weapon,
'    i:'"' Warwld  did     u ,B BUrmlBe[] thai there were three
" ''-" ' ��� '-   ���       I men com i   n   I  In th i attack, oni   ���
ti la   : iv"    11 e    -;;i    he   whi m tnel   '. derson ju     In
]   ���     ��� ���     goal     '    play being' reache : ��� ��� an i i ��� cor re i
1 i. Andnrson, who id ntl le i I ie
om j as th* . this part, Btru* '.
ie fl   t bio     This, n :-h ilu
was si n; up for trial after the prelim- noon    n :  .'.ill remain
inary hearing of his case in the police ''''���>'*. s/jcuring subscripti n      ���   i
couri yesterday morning, li develoi    : paper  devoted    to  the    int.
in  the hearing of the evidence that i Socialism, tbe Saturda;
Malcolm and  his assailants  had bei i bune, published In Seattb
drinkli        - the afterno   -.   in I '���'���-, < ommi aci d  w*
thai  one of ihe ��� ��� a b .-:i I ���  a  bottli ,>:;- rday, i nd   '��� hen   een    i  a N* ��n i
of whisky al th* Central hotel just be- man in :\--   ivening
for*   the ��� ai"   separated.   The bo tic ' '-;    et witl      nsiderable
co
-
S   imi te   lohnston, and then to War-
mm :k.
��� '
��� ' ������ the call of time, Spring
ore : off a  prettj   pass from
m an I   !i"a the bell anno ini ���
all wrs over,
The line ip was as fo lows:
Wesl    End   Goal,     Munn;
John-
���l tbal
poinl,
i reduced,   can ed  thi    magistral*
send tho ; rison* r up for trfal.
By ��� rror, II   wa ��� antiounc* I   a   '
S* v a ��� n Tu ���  tej  thn    Vnderson
' in iliin1 Ing in a loi al h ii 'I on Sun
day   This Bhould have read Monday,
. ���  all bara ars close i on the S
day.    'i'h.. mistake In the   la
i Tui s-
ed
One More Plci:.
.  ������ point,   B, Galbralth
lefw    .    \fi,]ey;    secon l    il".  duly nopied In the Columbian
iei    .  w. Sangsi tj    third    defence, dn
Hi  -. Johnston; center, UalJohnston;  ���	
third home, Bartlett; second home'
Warwick; firsl home, Sangsifer; oul
-i'i" home, Swing; Inside hom.
Swnnooo
Easi     End   Goal,   Bickhojtf;    point
P 'arson; i over point, BohfW ion; :
lefenco,   Man ier.1
sai I that h   expected I   b< i 1
numl ��� or lers   bel
rking the city.
Q t* iti in* I concen
if Soda .   - .���      si
-.
fl
thai
n
-   ' ��� - md
'
-���:������������
ni lenl thai
the  -. ivictei
n ean   n >'!iin :
1 -     than Canada
iteresl  In the trial
vnti liini    I llngi
I    rltioal i  ���
Church  for Whalers
Victoria, May   16.    \ third  wh -
��� ��� mmni will be estal II hi I bj  the Pa-
the
.   ting   o
i;. A. and I.   used   one   of   his  opponents    rather
or's office,   roughly an*l was sent to -cool off on
The
I 0f Contro
t in  lhe n   )
.    .    cunC(     Mi    the coming  i." fence for three minutes.   Thiswa.
Many m
fall  m. m will Le eli-c..ssed
the only offence throughout the game
FitzgenaJ
Ce titer, i
nn: sec*
���... i n  i
,i .,, i. .
\v- ti
a ma . ���
fi
and led  the whistle in
ii r thai gave both sides no room
��� crowd.
-:'  Pet*      ii -g, May 10���A t. clfic   Whaling  com i  the Van-
'"��� !'���'"'      '; mm ���        he 11       . couvi    i     id coast, on Tes d     ���
��� vealed  yt-s- \jt will be a winter station, the i
������'"  ti Selo ing  ���"   iel    being   diverted   I   -i
' 'i''<   ' "��� - ��� \ mi. MM     i dand  ita Ions to limit
         '  large bribe the Gulf of Georgia from Texadi lsl
imurder   Vli thetjireals jand    during    rough    weather.    Th.
'"ii    Ifftira from establishment of a Whaling station al
\ ts are nol   yet   In the Kyuquot has caused wholesale ntfgra-
ervicse men.   I! tion of Indians to l%* neighhorhoo
Is thpughi thai money used |S a part the whatary, and the   company
evcral    political agreed to erect a church    for them,
committed lasi    fall    and  large numbers of whom will he   em-
' ployed.
.>.���������::.... ��*
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
F
ff
,ii��t '
NOTICE.
\    . tin-  an !' rsigm I     - .    i''.
l, agree that   in   future  all     -
.shall leave the store nol later ���-ban
1:30 p. m. for their last trij on le-
livery:
WEST  END GROCERY,
D. Gilchrist, Mgr.
GEO. ADAMS,
C. A. WELSH.
T. S. ANNANDALE,
ADAMS  S:  DEANS.
N'ew Westminster, B. C.
May 4, 1307.
CHOCOLATES
A Big New Stock
right from the factories.
Webb's and Lowney's,
from 5c up.
If you have a lady
friend, we are sure she
will appreciate a box of
these
Fresh  Chocolates.
Curtis' Drug Store
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
FIVE PATROL BOATS
EOR FRASER RIVER
TAGS FOR ARMY MEN,
In future war- ee:' the United
State.- there will be nc unidentified
dead aft* r battles, because hereafter all officers and enlisted men iu 	
(lie American army will be tagged.
Acting Secretary of War Oliver ha�� FISHERIES guardians will b_
ordered that aluminium disks, in- active this season���fleet
scribed with tbe otiieer's or soldier's _,_.v,- ____,
-, , FOR   NEXT   .EAR.
name, regimen! and company, bo issued t'i every regular snlelier by the; 	
quartermaster's department.   These
will be worn suspended around tbe
neck under tbe clothing.   The idea
of tagging was recently su^cste.l ���-
to tbe general stalf by Surgeon Gen-
eral O'Beilly, who lias just returned I jniv
from Switzerland, where lie repre-,
Bented   the  United   States  at  tbe
Red Cross conference.   Suchabadge  ''"' patrollin
of identification  is generally  used ' waters has been practically confined
in   foreign  armies.    Thousands  of  to two boats, one operated by the Do-
unidentified dead of the civil war minion and the other by the provincial
now lie in Arlington cemetery, Yir-  government
ginia, and in other national ceme-     Thla   ,,.,,   ^Dominion,   in   ac-
tenes.-lM.ilaele.lph,:, Record. cordance with a promise made to the
China's Fight on Opium.
China has again decreed tin.' abo- i
lition of the culture of opium pop-
pies ami  the  use of opium or its J
products in any of its forms, savi
medicinal.  This action, which comes
in Ihe shape of an imperial edict,!
Me :le.- denian is of tl nen, ... i
' . , ini re tsed 11 nfidence in I e
final resull perva les all -��� tions of
he strikers in coi sequence Th >n
no sign of the otl ��� - lin* s giving in,
however, ai th ��� time of wrltin.. The
L'nited c��ads ran 126 i'-:.~ '!iis ! ':'- ���
noon without an; trouble ���:' im ��� n -
tarn '. an I the general situatl* a lias
uie I a much more orderly as] ��� i:,
Notice to Builders. Trains & Steamers
The   Fraser   river,   from  Us   mouth
the bridge al .Mission is to receive
such a patrolling by fisheries guardi-
ms ihis summer as it never had be-
the the gulf waters are   to   lie'
nei  means neglected.    In  the pus;
ilie patrolling of the  river and gulf
canners and fishermen, is to have no
fewer th in five regular patrol boats in
service in addition to Lhi steamers
Georgia ;m 1 Swan, which are regularly
attache l to Ti;>' tl* pari mi nl as hatchery tenders ���% ��e
The fisherii s     I* pai I. tenl    at    Ot-
WHERE TO DINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All iNight
SECOND-Mi JUNK STORE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES.
,   iV,   ,        ...      ;   v..     wins
..-.,:  s   .     "   Wl .     ���  received
up to noon oi
TUESDAY, MAY 21st, 1907,
I at the office of the   nd irslgne I, Sixth
treet,     i      ��� Cla I -������: . '���' here  plans
and specif! 'ations ma;   be seen until
that d . ������
,. iwesl or an; '  :-'! "���' :-"' necessarily
accepted.
C.  H. CLOW, Architect.
MA
Leave \. W   l," i
C.P.R.  Ml
Leave X. W. 8.2
l.eaw Sea!'  e
I.I.N'i
C.P.R   WESTMIN
Leave N. \y   S.30  10
���
| It .ir,      ..
I    -    '
Arrive N. W. 9.35, : JJ
GREAT NORTHE IN 0*..*
L..N.W..._.a.n,;    , fi^Jf J
Lv. X. W. 4.::;, ���.,,,.;
io I
ti.
BEGBIE STREET
Phone 214
Tenders Wanted
For Stumping and grubbing a portion of land at New
Westminster.
For information apply to
A. T. MORROW,
B. C. Distillery
New Westminster.
I ar. N. ff,
was the direct result of the report laira now has before It the names ofa
of the Chinese commission appoint- I number of boats available for charter
ed to visit this country and Europe,
and the edict is signed Ia the head?
of hoth civil and military affairs.
This is pot the first attem.pt of China to free herself from the effects
of the opium trade. The first effo_t
was made in 1839. That result led
to a war with Great Britain, which
profited by the export of opium to
China, and as a result of the war
the edict was recalled, and China
had to pay an indemnity of about
$6,000,0.0.
as patrols. I; was foun I impossible
to have. 'Meal.- buill this season In time
for service', but it is possible thai the
government may next winter c'ostruct
a ti*'. i "i patrol boats of its own The
duty of tin se patrol beats will be to see
thai :li" weekly clos*' periods en the
river anil gulf are not violated and
the; will also keep order among the
fishermen and prevent theft and the
I ni tins of nets.
Ir  is not  known  whether ilie pro-
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case. $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Benel
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic  Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings. Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
( vincial   government   will   maintain   a
The McKinley Tomb. patrol  service   Ihis season.     An  effort
A   contract   has   been   lei   f._*  *   to   have  this   service    continued    is.
Windsor (Vt.) firm for tho granite I however, being made
for the sarcophagus in  which  the [
bodies of President and Mrs. Mc
Kinley will lie at Canton, 0.   The
A QUEER  FISH
Whose Genus Cannot be Discovered
Brought to Victoria.
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. W., Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
material will be the green <:ranite
quarried only on Ascutney mountain, on thc east side of the state. I
It  will  be from   ihe same quarry 	
which furnished stone for the Seth ! Victoria, M " 16.- Among the firsl
Low library of Columbia university, catch ui salaon which arrived in the
The contract calls for sixteen pieces I eft. yesterday from the traps of the
of stone, the largest of which will BC. Canning company was whal mighl
weigh nine tons, to form two re- well be calle.; "a queer fish." inas-
ceptacles eight feet long, four feet [much as the devotees of pisciculture
in-Victoria cannot give it ei local habitation or a  name.
Tr (s about five feet in length, ol a
svelt-Iike appearance, with a hefld
sSiaped (ike thai of a boar, Efm its
most striking characteristic Fs Its eyes.
These are upwards  of  two  inches  li
�����BULLETIN ���^
Great Northern Railway)
V. W. & Y. RY. |
V., W. &  y.    VAN  ouVFt
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. an | 9:55 p ij
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 Djn
O. N. R.-PORT GUlCHov
Lv. N. w. 9:35 a.m.;
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p, tn.
8:4") p m. ami G p, _.,
Mondays only.
B. C. ESLECTRIC-VANCOUVER
Lv. New  Westminster 5.50, e 5o i
ami 8 a, m., an.l ever) hall _o_rt_..
after till 11 ;i. m.
Lv.  Vancouver  for  W.stmliwtu al
lame hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
DP i;:\; ..
Beaver���
Prom N. W. Mod   v. .    [.���,���;
Finn
Ftaniona���
From N. \\
From Chwli
Chwk.  Tu.,
���    s   ., ;
' 10
Leaves Daily
9:20 a in
1:35 ii :ii
4:35 p in
9:20 a m
3:00 p :n
9:55 :> m
12:10 a m
NEW    WESTMINSTER
: tine, Bellingham, Burlington, Mt.
V ��� m: mm   Everett,  Seattle,  Portlan I
.   . .   me S-.l'.Mii.aii I all points East
Anacortes, Woolley, Rockport.
Vancouver
"The Owl,"  between  Si >'   e,   Nev\
Westminster & in:, i mediate points
1
:00
9:53
;,.,,
:00
: ."
: '���'>.)
6720
i e.i ill
111
p :n
;e 111
i>  ill
a in
j* in
a  111
Arrive
3:00
1 111
3:00
1 in
'.'���.yi
1 in
4:::.J
|) 111
%H_y
Leave   N'ew Westminster for Guichon    3:50  p. m.
Guichon 6 p.m., Monday, Wednesday,  Friday.
S:45 a.m   arrive from  Inichon; 9:10 a.m. Lv. tor Vancouver.
RODTE  OF THE  FAMO US "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily   Overland  Trai ns 2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis   and    all   points   East
For complete Information, rates, berth reservation, etc., call
on "r address,
F. C. MEYERS,   Vgent,
Rank of Commerce Building,       -       New Westminster, B. C.
ll. M. ADAMS.   _sst. T afflc Mgi
King Street, Dnion  Station,  Seattle, Weish
Tu . Th , Sal  - ,.
Sun., \'. ���     i���.���  j
DOWN Kl\
Tr���u_f_t --
From N'.W. dail .
A.I.I. ui; . Mod lay, 5    m
From Steveston, 7 a.n
Mail Service
���a.m. I
; 1.
-   : 11
-
1.15 pjnl
00 p.m. ll.35a._3
Ifl p.m.   I      ��� j
r���-
wide and three feet deep. The
whole will be surmounted by two
.apstones, the architect endeavoring
to carry out the plan of the Napoleon sarcophagus in Pari.-.
Seven Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R, 1. SPa.ff, B. A., Principal
No Wonder  He Found  It.
The papers relate it as a rcmark-
ible fact that Frank Bookwalter of *faineter_, ami even in death have a
'������ Springfield,   0.,   returned    to   his peculiar glaring tendency    Tiie. irises
childhood's, home after an absence ar'' abnormally enlarged,    and,   sur-
j of sixty-five years and found a di.nie mounting tfte snout,    protrude    from
j that he had lost in a crack in the either side in an aggressive fashion.
I front steps when he was five years Great interest has been aroused by
j old.   There is nothing remarkable tiiis arrival in  the city, although hi
j in this story.   Mr. Bookwalter is do- wcomes in tfre gnise of death,    ii
I Pcribcd as a millionaire.   After sii-
| ty-live years' experience in picking
$250 Reward
1) iserted trom the sl im* t
Woodford, at the Fraser River
Sawmins, a Chinaman, aged about
5S, five feet ni"*' Inches In height,
sail ew complexion, face wrinkled,
stoop in Blioulders, was wearing
overalls when last seen. The
,, ove reward will bo paid '���: 1 h*
i apta ;e of the S.S, Woo If ord : 1
1 . ne giving Information caui in".
the apprehension of the said
Chinaman,
Second-Hanci PIANOS
ORGANS, RANGES. STOVES,
DUREAUS, BEDSTEADS. ETC.
Rushton & Speck
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do all  kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign  Man on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Westminster Iron Works
GFN'F.RAL MACHINE AeiU H1WU1NE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, HKlU��il_ and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental Iron WorK, including
Fences, Gates, Fire bJscapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence ln
vitod.
JOHN REDD,
BBGBIB H .KLi'/r.
Nov.   V   ��� 1 min     1 lJ- O- <T4.
I up money it would have been a won-
j der if lie had not found his hoy
hood's dim* especially as he knew
where it was, If the lost dime had
1 been Mr. Rc Kefelle-r's, he would
have found a dollar. Mr. Rockefeller's money breeds.���Life.
1
I being visited by score's of local fl'sher-
tin'ii, and there is a spirit    of   envy
abroad'.   The envy is directed against
the   fortunate   trap   which   had   the
temerity lo catch this freak, while it
mighl   have   been   captured   by   som 1
I local enthusiasts who wduld then have
I had one mor..  fishing yarn to a*l<l to
hi- siock
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER        j
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot |
���
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,  {
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc. j
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
A  Short  Speech.
General von I'iti-cn li, who will
take the place of Count Beck ut.
the head of the general staff of
Austria, is the second war minister
on whom this honor has heen conferred. The iir.-t was General von
John, who is remembered in Aus-
i trian military circles because of the
remark which he made at a meeting
of the equipment board. He said,
"1  cannot  be successful with one
' pair of trousers."   'J he question un-
j Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
SEVENTEEN YEARS.
Victoria   Murderer   Sentenced   to  Long
Term   of Imprisonment.
Vli Mei ia. B. ('.. May 16. Ge 1 ..1
Williams, who shol and killed Allied
Douglas, on Sal! Spring islan.I. - is
sentenced to seventei n years' Imprfs.-
onmenl by Judge Irving. Willi ims
plei tied   guilty  to  m in I night 1 r    lasl
New Westminster
istcd men should bo supplied with
pairs, and he won foi
der discussion _-aa whether the en-  "*'""'��-  and  sentence was     [eferred
li.h.,1    mon    cleoeelil    lift   t e e:.. .1 i.���., I    v.itV      Until   I lie I ,'l V.
In the case' iei Donald cKa; . charg-
nuinbcr  by   his  short   ed   with   murdering n   negro    named
Tyrell, the jury could  nol   agrei    ind
were discharged,   The case' st.in.is a ';-
journed until Tuesrtav next
one or two
tho greater
speech.
William  as  a   Matchmaker.
A curious instance of tho active
pari the kaiser takes in arranging
the   marriages   of   relatives   and
friends is recorded.   A personal aid
de-camp of his majesty was very
much depressed by the lady of his
choice giving him a refusal.    The;
same afternoon the kaiser drove toldati
the house of the young lady, thei rite
daughter of a wealthy Berlin hanker, and  pleaded  thc cause of his
aid-de-camp   with   such   eloquence
tliat   the   marriage   took   place   6
month later.
Compelled to Retire.
Winnipeg,   May   15.���II   Is now   understood to be definitely settled thai
l>. s. Curry, civic comptroller, will retire   from   his   position   al   an   e irly
Rumors to this effeel have heen
i rife al   the  citj   hall  lor some time,
and, although Mayor Ashdown yesterday  rofused   to   confirm   I hem   it   is
generally admitted thai they are true.
SHINGLE
MILL
Seattle, via Sumas T. i," . |
Sapperton an I Mill-
side, No, 1  7.4; nn   ll,
\ ancouver,  :.' 1. 1. T li a
G N.R Clovei lale,
Blaine .Seattle..  ��� ������
Van. &i Cen. Pai k.10
Victoria   i"
Kasl  Burna!);.   ....   1.1
Ladner, Steves! in,
etc  i
C.P.R east, s ippei
teen. Mlllal le an I
Coqultl imi   	
Van   an I  Bui n i
Q.N.R   Flyer  	
Timberlan I,   i
and Frl lay .  . 12.00m,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co, |
British  Columbia Coast Lln.
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C.  Coast Line Serv.ce.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change w tho
I'iineess   May,        .���      \y..<   -
May 9.
Princess   M i; . l I
May   19.
Princess   Maj.    leaves    *��� ia< -���
May 29.
VANCOUVER VICTORIA ROI
_ s. Prim ess Victoria - '* - "J
\ er,  1 p.m. dally.
Leaves Victoria dal .  al I ���'
VICiORIA-SEATTLK ROl
PRINCESS BEATRhI
Leaves Victoria dailj - ���       v    '���'
at 8:30.
VICTORIA      NEW     W E ST 1*11N STER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Victoria   on    >
Friday at 7 a.m., and I* avi - -
niiii.sicv on Wednes   ij Sal    ;
at  7  a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dailj al 1:30 pJB
WEST   COAST  ROUTE.
Steamer Queen City.
Leaves Victoria at  11
7th, and  11th each mo
quot;   loaves  Victoria
I
:
The Schaake Machine Works,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Ltd.
tjeiiat -ino and waj poi '
LOWER FPAbER RIVER RO^Tt
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New   Westmin
lay,  Tuesday,   Wednesday,   ]-":';l
'���' I
._,]   Friday at  2   p.m. and -���" ���   t
t. _ p. in. with addition il ': . ,:1'
jay at. B a, m
Leaves Steveston Mon '��� ���
..   , i s.turuaj
l,li:iouJl|
'���' 3I
M'.M'rlil'l
Wednesday, Thursday aal Sal       'j
in. aa
:r ROUTE
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
7 _. in.; Friday at 6
trip Saturday 5 p. ��'���
UPPER FRASER Rt"
S. S. Beavc'
Leaves  New   Westmlnste
md FrldiJ*
TlieieWe
s a.
M.I
"Micrography."
A post <'iini of the usual size is
e-'xliibiteel at Ilie Bucharest exhibition. On it are written the Bulgarian
constitution in full, tho opening
speeches of various European parliaments and two poems b) Kuilv.rd
Kipling, 12,000 wore:- in all. The
caligraphist, fetor Paikoo of So-
iin, spenl nine hours a day during
three months to accomplish thc
'.���.it..���-I.'.-.ii i * ��� ;���;. ., 'ai.
B.  E.
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
WALKER, President. ALEX,   LAIRD,
General  .Manager.
There will be :*. meeting ot the
Board of Control of the Ct, A. and I.
society tonighl ill the mayor's office,
.Many mailers (oncer:,ing the coming
fall Exhibition will be discussed
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
Mondays, Wednesdays
Loaves Chiiliwack 7 a. ���'
Thursday  and   Saturday*
landings  between   New
and Chllllwaek.
NORTHERN  B, C. R0UT6,
S.   S.  Tees
Leaves   Vancouver  al
���h month
ling
\c,.Mni
ee.lll'
pnlllf
Insrt'l
One Line Yields.
San   Francisco,  Ma     16     There
little   material   change   In   the    *   i
men's strike  situation   today,  exc
lhat the G :    treel lln    has yiel.U
Business
Accoun .
BANKING   BY   MAIL
may be transacted by mall   with   anv   branch   or  i
'��� I  ��� ������ n by mai
a
ee, i'mm l, an 1 iie';-.'-;!3 made
to  ittt-oMown accoun! ���.
Bank,
Everj
and   Mth  of each  e..���     iijCo*
Skldegate nn flrsl trip and '"
on  second trip. Time oil ��'
departure  are  approximate       ih|)|
For   reservation?   ana
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager,
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO  .   O'CLOCK.
call or address
/Vaetit
���ni. t.. (len   Pass
K
A. fit
1   W
Oeueral S u i -e:' - ��� t ��� ���! i:
KI'   '-'���'��� ���    ...
l covi."
.PII
1 : '
Vl* F.iD
iY,  '���
AY   17,  1807.
THE   DAILY   \ EW
Northern
pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
I ravel on the Famous
. ye:;:i'il OUST LIMITED"
ted train.   Low Rates.
Excellent Service.
Qu
jy. ,v York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
_LL POINTS EAST
* ��� ���"<���.������.>�� .���>��:�� >��.io.>.
TURE
���arf__Mo_,.<!
CONSTABLE WIIKIE
RETURNS SHORiLY
. '
.
i
W. P      ���      T    ���   .-
��. ;���
m.m. r .-. j
' Over $15,000 sl       still 1
X"   - Latest styles and best fii
W. E. FALES,
J FURMTLRT:    EMPORIUM
��   7"6 and 718 Cc umt a 5;.     Foui   Fleers.      Rear Extens on,  Front St.
>
���
���
���
:
:
INDIAN    MURDERERS   CANNOT   BE   _
FOUND IN NORTHERN  WILDER
NESS���OUTLAW   AT   LARGE.
T.    V,"      S m.
��� . .   .I     ;:     Hi      -. im   . 'hilliwac
M.m" ���..
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ffice Th -me _SR.       tt_rn  fOone 137
Columbia St.
3agg ige  de Ivere:
parr of the city.
m:.    *   to   .cy
.
'! -' M      .
M
Spokane fails & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft Sheppard Ry. Co.  LiSht and *[eavy HauIin*
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
les and th* inition
The  only   all   mil   route   between ATLfiNT C    STEAMS H   PS
points e.t   wesi and south to  R, fJ ~1 'i.y.mnJFSIi^lI  oJ
* Gun-   land, Nelson and intermediate points 0F THE  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RY.
i on sale to all Euro-     ��>>-��*->>>��*>>>>^^^                                                                                                                                                         :onnecting at Spokane with the Greal
^FINEST   ANO   FASTEST=
p. ,m
Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   Caliloe-nea.
p   . on call on or write
;  _NG, General Agent,
��� .'< St., Vancouver, I-;. C.
\. D. ''il iRLTOX,
��� .. i ir*
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
il'
,:i Day Excursion,
M     ���     ,.
FARE AND ONE-THIRD
lie May 22, .
. . 27.
ED, CJOI l-'-i,
c. )'. K.  .gent.
Npw   Vi -   i - nil
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
A-      the pi incipal busin*  ��� ci nti rs of
0, QUEBEC and   the MAIM
TIME PROVINCES.
fi    I - BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
LPHIA, via Niagara Fai
I     Hrae Tallies, etc., addr* ss
GEO.   VV.  VAjX,
Assists     ' len'i  Passengi r and Ticket
. ". Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
TAKE
The White Pass I
N
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Connect* st Rossland with the Can
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EMPRESSES'
....     -.Man   Pa  irk   Railway   for   Boundarj     18000 f EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 1U.600
reek points H. Power t EMPRESS OF IRELAND!     ION.
a'int* r experience ,-       ,.      ���     r ,, ...
."   ������'    fey��"    Falls    with      N. . m Quebec, Ma
������.���': stage r.ily for  Republic.
i in . ��� .
i.m-...'.. ��� I uttet   service   on   Irani*   oetween
...   is ali .       ��� t   ..nd  .\asoii.
ead Indian   n  il    I . ,.| ��� rth*   n       ':"CC"Ve    Sunday'    Nov.ember    ,0< ED. GOULET,
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Leave
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$1700
DOMINION llil COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON", Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
���    in -r   ���
Leave Day Tram Arrive
>;:'    ns      ���'��� .-o am Spokane    7.15 p.m.   A
Ea '... 1 hi    wl        --5 P-m Rossland   4.10 p.m.
040 a.m   Nelson   6.45 p.m
H   A.. JACKSON. ; ADVERTISE   IM  THE  DAILY   NEWS.
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1 PURE COOL'S AKH
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ill lfi 1
- ���                1.   V,                    best and tbe
besi                ' y giving            good feed,
Strength*                 ��� I:          luilding      1 bone  and mus
se C .KN   FA '.
LADIE: 1 tried the P_str.\   Flo ir 1   idi   bj   the '       1
M . any.   If n it T* lephe   ������     ���'��� an I try it; thi   results
���     . :������ e> ��� lent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STRE_T. Telephone 333.
4)_____e__r^.T_r_"i__TiVBri-rn��t *M__.a_a__K*__.'it mi?^*i____________^____r______%
$ ' PURE COOL'S ARE
! COWan'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cafee Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS TEEM
THE COWAN CO., Lt.'.. TORONTO
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men   in   shootl ...
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'���'hin ��� has righl - Id .
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s  wife  duri ,       in    .1
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not believe thes* - -       ...
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istable W ' ovim
,  who spent  the ������_���__���_���._____________
north   on   the  ch  -������   tc    Gun-a-noot      !ara��*za&X*X*Z*~*7*''W
- mth on the steam*     P
M��jf*_: .w_,-jrvF-.v..tf_c*.,i-rf_..a'
ss May, due i'i a coin i-j       J
rton .. ,;i      iT<
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���  lh*  - h,   Ri pentlj he wrote
the  authorities  thai    he    believe I
"  flaw parti   !    :      n rish* .1     !���;
tinn   In Ihe w h te \ but no en
nee is     I ced    In  ;' .-    1
i  ' en.
"The Best is the Cheapest"
ISLAND   TRAIL.
Cc.ist    Guard Station    Roadway    Wi
Cost  Something Like $30,000.
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The old rule n  rks I   th ways If  you  get   your dental  work    ><
ft
- 1. be "Boston Dentes'-s." our (e - rators are all graduate ape     A
ft
. ,. tsts of niaiiv years' experience.   We ��� n ploy no others,   Their    ��������
ej
... rk, 1    ��� mplished with the ..il of tbe "Boston Dentists     patent-    ij
ed i iinl*   - methods, is the besl  known  to '.be profession,    Ou
; m ircelain crown an l bridge work cannot be equalled an.
where at any price,    Let us give yon au estimate. .
and Yukon Route The Corporation of the City of
New Westminster
J
'     \0, CARCRi lCS. ATLIN,
HORSE,   DAWSON   and
KS,     Daily   trains   (except
carrying   passengers,   mail,
nd    freight    connect    with
.'across and White Horse,
ning a through winter service.
rmation apply to
!   H.   Rt IGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver,   fi.  C
"The Milwaukee"
Will Offer For Saie by Public Auction, on
Saturday, May 18th,
at 2 p. m
, in the Council Chamber, City Hall,
,    |      ;.   ;    on     g0Q(j ...
that the Federal governmei n
: lers for ��� istru
11 on tl      rest i easl    f
���' tn --: i , i  i..-,..,   .  .
:m ������������     fiel i ci  e .      - ma
ought  I     Ih    attention '���   ���'-:���   m.m enn    ut on various oc-
s, .-in 1   ll   Is  reported   thai   tho
'   le       ei'Vk
Tin- trail, It is estimated,
.1.000 'ft
ts ] in tli ipletion      the     [*'
M.H.i'am..      tO     ;m   ce    I mi .'.-      een        ��J
'!;m>   In  the  w Inti r  i lonths  to patrol     J
:b*' isli ad   oast, and life mi\Ing ei   ���
will  b*   placed al   iiarious depots   for
their use   With a trail construct*
i.  considered that Lyle guns   in ! I :     }
line. ..- ild lee- cai rie I sc 'iv.i ���
any v, re* k  reported on th*   coast
Guarantee al! Our Work for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee
Read Our Prices---They Never Change
ft     Gold C ''������ ns . ���
.$5 and up    Gold  S1   and  up
 $5.CO    Silvi I mm-  50;
I   |        V, per I    ith... .$5.00
I THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hcurs 9 s.m. to 8 p.m.  .DR. A. R. BAKER,  Consulting Dentist.
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'The  Pion?;r   Limited"   St.   Paul   to ^^^
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to      *     w*a�� y-w V   TITp 0/\_f\ ��     -T^TO
td pjfiijij i   ^UU  LUlo
Kansas City to Chicago.
TATLOW   KNOWS  SOMETHING
Minister   o*   Finance   Fears   for   "Tho
Foot of ttie Throne."
-   in   the   service   on   any
I  in  the   world  that   equal  in
t thai of thc Chicago, Mil- including beautiful RESIDENTIAL LOCATIONS, FACTORY ami couver     st*  laj
S PSeli itPea?l1efraowny,,iceTPing INDUSTRIAL SITES, ainl a i'ew pieces of choice acreage.
r"fon aliithriTtriiSwd        The title is INDEFEASIBLE and the taxes are clear to
���   patrons  nn   excellence  of) " ,.    ...,.��� �� [an "
serv'�� i   ���   ebtainable elsewhere. December 31, IWl. "Hav* heard
h. s. rowe. General Agent.        \ man showing the exact location of each lot to be !>       i    ������>- ��-i.
���uT.,ird st.. cor Aider. Porti.nd. Or.   ffd f,.^ has been prepared at the CITY HALL, and , ':\]-') ! " '',       '
[UUcicu im  .ni*- "I*-1 t     i _ tnlnins  matter  thai   ���������      ti       nn   n
may be consulted at any time during office hours, where roi. .,., .r...:lti(in. of ,.,���,..���.    v,. , om
CATALOGUES  may also be obtained. n'l;; I cnn grather from the preml ������
brief wires everything is -".Mies ins
TERMS OF SALE���Half cash, balance in 6 months at 6 per cent, satisfnctorllj  for the utation of
iiii. province's sMe il the b* liei term -
N. H. McQUARRIE, 	
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AG EXT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
k'ght Trains Every Dny In the Year
BETWEEN
inneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
IE TRAIN OF  FAME
NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
n""""l'<- the newest    and best ideas
r  COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
Wl LVXURY'     !t  is  H��hted  with
1)r.'|'  electricity   and   geis;.   the   most
world"   TJi,U?J."'t!.d���itr*,?--!"_ "^ Branches throughout Canada and Newt mndla
City Treasurer.
THE
Bank of Montreal
llriilsii Oolumbln is p. nopd country
for selling stumping mnchlnes, juds
ng  from   th*' large consignment    of
these machines which arrived  for T,
.1 Trapp yeal irday and em' now lying \
nl the C. P, ll. wharf,
ESTABLISHED 1817.
.114,4 00,000.00
CAPITAL
RE&t:RV_        $11,000,000.00
ml. anel  in  London, Bngland,
Hotel Guests
Guichon���Alex Cruickshank, Mat-
.-lini; w. E, Herge., P. M, Utannler,
Vancouyev; John Evans, Seattle; D.
E. Sewell, D.  M. Macfarla��e,   Van-
���:'     The   equipment   consists  of Bwn6n"��� v "rchlcaw and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Qen- �����  8evei '��� �����  M- ��~nirB��e,    ^an.
Iv����  compartment   cars,   standard New^iork. ( *   ���.    '   ! ;      .. couver;   J.  C.   Hills, V.  R.   Fraser,
�� section sleeper, luxurious dining eral Banking Business  rransac   ,..
2-tclining cnair cars    seats freeK1 utters of Credit Issued, available with correspondents in all Darts of the
bra."" day  coaches  antl  ln,fTet'  H
pV "'ill smoking cars.
fiin'ir  ^'me Tables, Folders, or any
,,,r information call  on  or  write
p- W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
?20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
World.                                                                      . ��.      -           , Windsor   D. O, McMillan, Vancou-
S_vinns Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of JI and upwards ;[   KJ���!,:n.(U. ,^
and Interesl allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (preseni rate) added ft  ,   Urmorii ,. ,             ,   (,)];   ,
four times a year. g_  y.,,.,1,,,,,,^   -.,   .;.,.     ..     ,      ,,,
Total Assets over $108,000,000.00. Seattle;   I    eph Elter,   James    Boar-
New WESTMINSTER BRANCH.             G. D. BRYMNER, Manager. 1,   , \  v;  ���          ;Thi           '     teson
pi T-. J>iXrwi ?!
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ADVERTISEMENTS   IN
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; RING   BIG   RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
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l3IS��5SSXS?2_!_3_5T_rSa_ THE   DAILY   XEW?
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THE DAILY NEwS No couseaat in WINDSOR
Pablished by the Daily News Pub- TABLE SALT.    Fine and pure
Isbing   Company   Limited,   a1 j.                        -l   :n
a     -.   corner   of   Sixth   and   front as newiy-faDen snow���so nch  ...
streets, New Westminster, I!. C.
E.   A.  ra'ge.
. Manager
l.licxus savour, once used, always
ied.
152
ADVERTISING  RATES. or seven   months    afterwards,    and
.,   . ,        ,,_���    ,,,  must  ha ������   b* 'n .mam:., that  this trap
Transient   display   advertising,   iu,
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o   campaign   was going on.    Surelj   ..ne
the   inch.     Five   cents   pei   line   for organ of Borden and  Boodle  ..iii not
bu sequent insertions. ,Jsay thai the so brilliant young utates-
Reading noiice-. holri face type. 201 ,   ,   .
cents  per  line, brevier  or nonpareil, man  with the curly hair was ignorant
10 cents per line. ; of such  a  notorious   fact, or of  the I
For   time   contracts,   special   posi-  feelingg  of  his  own  constituency   (of
tions, apply tn advertising manager. 	
Notices of births, marriages or those days) and of New VSestminstei
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, loot in the matter. Even it he had been
or found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent ignorant���if the enormous labors of
per   word      No  advertisement taken perceptions,
for loss than 25 cents.
-~^.^���^,,..~~~-.-,~~w........���.-^~^.-~-- 'was it  not  tli ��� duty of tii" eloquent
TELEPHONES. Gifford anel of the ever-alerl organ to
Day Office   A22   refresh  his   memory,   to  sharpen   his I
Night Office   B22  perception,  to  poinl  out  that   the  in-
 tei   sts  ol   his native citj   were menaced, to���
Call mi him to len l a ban I
In guarding well his father's stand.
Or words   to  that   effect.      B i     no;
.                 . dumb  as   the   festive   clam,   the;    it-
PERSISTENTLY FISHY.             tered not a whisper,
rhe local organ    of    Borden    and      Now mark this and mark the sequel.
,.,,   |j,    cann0|   m.m   awa)     from    the   J'Mr-  Gifford  had  II   in hi. power to
fisher;   question,  bui   treats  il  In  a  force an  official   reputation    of  Mr.
mi .mm- which throws grave doubt on   Babcock's   heresies al thi   fall session
Hi- -  nndness ol the theory  that fish   "f l903���'six """";'s betnre ti ips were
ili.'i :- good for the brain,   in one of j authorized.   The organ o: Borden and
its   latest   efforts,  l(   asserts  that   "il   ';'""i:"' practically, had it in its pow-
is  ..::   article or  faith   with   the  Lib-  ''!' l" force Mn Gifford to take   'ff*   ���
erals of New Westminster    tha     thc    ive  a ':':"  in  the  matter.    Mr.   Mc-
McBride governmenl  or Mr.  I,el.cock   Bride had i; la^solu!   y in Ir.-  power j
rM-  ON.**; M'. f-.^e..-
FRIDAY.   MAY   17.   1307.
Houses on Easy Terms |
$1000
:. .-.  .-..  Cotl ige;    good loi ition :    1 lock from i ...
31250
5 i"m. Cotl ige;    loi  i:i mmm len ;    :;: i lern convi ni a
$1500
G room ( Dttage (i >w)    em car lin .    all conveniences.
$1500
6 room Co   age;    _ lots In fruit trees;    ��ood location.
$2150
9 rooms; lot 50x150, in garden;  modern conveniences
$2800
7 room House;   all conveniences; close ;-1;   lot 66x1   ..
$2600
i   ro m House I  entral); corner lot; lane in rear;  (66x132).
$2100
.  : io:n  House;    modern conveniences;    on il    SI
$1450
0 room  House;    close to bridge;    corner lot.
fqOll
e; room cottage, love!;   grounds, on Pn >rott   St.,   i
cash.    Prl	
12 room '; rase, wi ��� chard, 2 lots -on  '.   I  -
s room house on Gth St., below  5th Ave.,   1-2 <���. m      p
6 room li mse, si ml   nod Tn, corner fith Ave., llth  St,
1-2  cash,    Price   	
House and 2 lots on 10th Ave., for	
New house and  In i b>'> on   12th St., 1-2  cash   	
7 room le ' ise on Agni - St.,  1-2 cash.    Price 	
7 room modern house, with - lots, on   4th   Ave.
12  room  modern   house on  Columbia St., $170    cash.    Prl
K330
ti".
&3CO0 I
7  room  h nd  large stable,   Ith   Ave., 1th. St., ,2fi
l, 2 and
-   m 6 ner cent,   Price
'
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'>'���'���'���)
$1600
HALE & LANE, Realjstatej^
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   33S p. 0. n���, 2
ents I
6 room Cottag  :    cornei
ine in re tr.
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I
���synon; mous mmm s in  this connect-
to take such action.
ion���produced   the   fish   traps.    This
Had  such  action   ��������� en  tal  ���:   thi re
Is    n    of is.   few specific acts that   'v""i'1  have '���"' "  no salmo"  ^aps ite
the    can   allege against  the  govern-;British Coh,mbia  "���':'-"  '   '':���
menl   ol   their  bright   and   singularly!    Now remember we say   .mmm 1;.   thai
successful   fellow-townsman,   and    in   thesi    pxl
their esl imati
"ii ii is more than snf-
heir  pow er  to  take  cei ti In    action,
$2000
6  ro im  House;        id    a;    lot 64x160;      I   In fr
$3150
room House,   en Coitimola St.;    ...       ..' mi
$3150
5 ro   n I  ittage;    bi lutiful lai i   iut  - ������ nds ai -
$3000
.'   .'.. .i. new House;    .     inds 132x132.
$1650
5 room House on car line;    lot  66x150.
$2850
12 room H   ise   .        6th St. and Queen's A\ i.
$2750
10 mn ..:  . .���    - ���.    ;,    com  oiei ces;   cl ise In.
President   Roosevelt   has   published
new  version   of  tne    "big    stick."
'New  version"  may not be a  happy
description, since the sentimenl is tm'
L,
ficlenl ie, counterbalance all the good '""'' liil! "'" ''" i! We '!''"''" : ":! "
that Mr. McBride and his colleagues '" r':i,i('js' them. O clear, no! We
have done. Ii will come as a shock siml'^' !'"i!': out that '.Ley maintain-
to these '.vonhies, therefore, to '"arn '"l ;' st^ic, silence uatI1 ':ai's were
on high Libera] authority thai Mr Iallthorized that Mr. McBride and his
McBride is not entitled to any credil !i"m'l"'"'n were careful to pul no
or discredit for the traps, bul that s"KI""--:! strain in the way of Vic-
they mmm,. produced through stren- tor,a's wishes, and Mr. McBride is to-
nous self-sacrificing efforl on the '' '���' senior member for Victoria city,
pari of Mr. Templeman." While his henchmen enjoy the dis-
���;���. ,  ..high   Libera,   a���thority���    on pensation of bis  patronage.
which  ev "learn" aboul  Mr. Ti mple-
man's efforts  is a   letter    from    Mr.
Drury,    ex-M.   P.   p., defending    the .,
Vict* ria  representatives in  the Com-
'���' ''--  from   be charge that   thei  had
..... nothing r.���. ,i,���. original;   but,   then,   neithei   was   the
"  ������    noining ror their constituencv
,!:" 'el  ns lo���i, a-  the beglnning'of V  Tt   ?", "u? 'i'"   'rCtUm   ''
the .hove extract f , the organ   Th - "'" '"  ^ battleshi">  ",:! "   :"�� :
first    ,.���,,.,,,.,   ;.            ,-                    ' the  ^tir.'s'   guarantee of   peace,    Bnt
" ���r  ������* ntence is an entire mfsrepre- .,   ,
sentation of facts.   Mr   Babcock was  S";,P��!  nations agreed to stop
.,,,.,...���:,���   ,         .   ..      '"'���"'""  �� 1S building big   battleshl es?
aavoi ating   traps before the   McBride
(government   was   formed.     The   ac- ��-t        ,
When   doctors   di_a_xP* '      \V.    road
cusation againsi Mr. McBride on that .                      ,                 '
,                       in   "nin,,. the assertion of one railroad authority
ground nas    een   ha   he has nii-m-..,i
,,                          "'. '    Ms allowed tha, ..,������,, cars  both f   , h(     f]
"  ���   i ���'  '���������'���������   to g .  r :   ���  on   u-ilh llis
"iiii  "is senger    i,.1V(1  ,.,��� r,   .     sfiv"  an.l   we
"    osition to river f shing, and  that i_,                ,      ���
. r                                '""��� Pick u)i another journa   and read the .
1 ��� pecial  n ;��� of trans   thp.p
.                '           ���'1'-- '""��� assertion   or  anotln r   anthoritv   that
"'    a    '"'  '" applications for Iran ,..,���, ,   ,          ,     ,,
.,      ,.         ,,                                  '"' steel cars, under the sun of an east-
i es   from   Mr.   McBride's     relatives
.���     :.,                       ,        ,         ,                                       MIHWS. ,.,.n     s,,���,������,,.     |jay      W0ujd     ,.,,.���     ,.,,.      Jj,
-���' "���   '  ���'' J bo   V   knew   I hal    Victnrln ���
- .,    , ,                                    victoria |nt0   grease   ,���.   cinders   as   the case
'" - ed to see traps al owed, In order , ,���.._, .
""' might i.e. ami convert passengers into
1    ���   the  canning  imlnsti-v  miaht  be ,,.    ,              -             ���     .
'.    migai   nc overdone specimens of what    certain
'    ''     ''"'   :"  ',l" island-    ;iII,i    the pacific  island
canm rs  wanted to see them allowed pig>
'    use they thought they could catch
���     f'sh  mi re cheaply;   nnd every-
>���������������''���   assumed  that   both   the  capital
lie capitalists would  find  means Minister   of   Finance  Fsars   for   "The
to        .    their  views   and   wishes   al Foot of the Throne."
0   awa.   These pi ople of co n se used ���	
Mr.   lie  imi'm.Y:   reports  to   back    up Hon. it. G. Tatlow arrived In Van-
their   requests.    The  main   ground of couver   yesterday    from    the    upper
o jection  to trap.-; was thai   the;   are countrj  and   was detained in the city!
destructive, and  that, therefore, their by departmental business of minoi im
mm   is   unjustifiable,      Mr.    Babcock portance.
d clar   !   thai   they  were    nol    only "Have you heard from the premier
tifia'de   bnl   ne    ssary,   which   was lately?" he  was asked  b;   n  ���<;-i-,;. ���
thn ammunition  these  I rap   ad- "I  had  a  cablegram yesterday con-       ~
���.   wanted;   and  it  is  here thai linin:   matter  thai   was  n I    meanl      CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
,; -.   McBride   (and   Mr,   Gifford   and for publication, '��������� course,      Yet  from
riRE    INSURANCE
:.       ir  !." ise   :' trnli ire  or other propertj  is nol  Insun .. giv ���
tis ,, call.    We represent the follow::/  leading ii       ince   ���      p nles;
hAPTFORD  CO.,   (Ir.corpsrated         1310
CONNECTICUT CO.,   (Incorporated    1820
INS. CO. Of N. AMERICA   (Incorporated)       1794
PHENIX   OF   BROOKLYN (Incorporated)     1353
These old reliable comp ini I dollar I
gr* at fir ��� since their ine irpora I i* a.
White, Shiles & Co,     j
260 Columbia Street,        New Westminster. B. C.   I
Phone- S3.
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BIG   SALE   OP
SPICES AND  EXTRACTS
At Cost Prices. SATURDAY.
Don't Miss the Sale.
Edmonds Tea Co.
32 Sbctfi Street
Phone 309
OUR determination  to excel  in  the Clothing J
business and our constant efforts:   make man- ���
ufacturers come up to our standard, has re- .
suited in the production of such Clothing ;.-: any manf
would be glad to wear. ���
There's as much difference between our Choice j
* Garments and the other kind of Clothing as ther is.,
��� between genuine diamonds and the imitation si rt.
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* We'll hitch more value, style and satisfacti m to
your Dollar than you're apt to get anywhere else.    *
Come  in  and satisfy yourself.    We've all the ���
��� time there is- -take what you want of it. ,
I   H. L. DeBEC
* ==T.iE  GOOD   CLOTHES  STORE
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iders   used   t*i   r-ull   "long
TATLOW   KNOWS   SOMETHING
good   well,  sm ill  ��� tii ���   i
mse; fuel obt ilti     e - n ni
ley   property;   on    Sev* enue,
Wesl   End,   1   1-2     loc .-   I ������:.
Eburne car lit,'.     _p;i Mi     D.
D. Boui ke, New V  istmins
���- ���.   ol  Borden & Boodle) come   whal i can gather from the premier's
Mr.  ';.    cock fired  the-  firsl   gun   brief wires  everything is progressin
FOUND    \   iay mare, with :' mr  -
feel and star on fai e.    \ m li   I' ���
i   ft! tigi   . Me ii ;n'f) -ured I he   salii ril     'or  the  presentation  n
i'       i   m - :<���.'  ilate  Due.   I.   I!)u2.    Mr.   lhe prfi ince's side of the h*  tei  lerm
VIcl ride  came   Into   power   some  six   question."
,      News.
Here is the label
that protects.
It goes in
"Prog'ress
Brand"
Clothing'
and guarantees
perfection in
every detail.
Look for it.
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FOf\   SALE     A   ''>,iie IS   100  egg   |IW 11-
i itor  and   brooder.    .'���    !       Dai
Xi ,va  Office. \ I 111
POUND- On 'he grand Stan I, Qu    i '
. .,  Mas   day,  n  chii I's  imil iti   i
mm ,;,in < oat.  Sn   e i an be hi .1 .'
Ihis offlc*   on provl is  properly an I
Ing for   .-Ivi rlIsement.
V. ANTED By em old establishc I tn-
... irance company an agenl In X* fl
'-'".-' minster. Splendid i ontract lo
righl man. Apply Room _! McKln-
non Block, Vancouver. Home l_ife
'..mm I lon. od 11n |
TIMBER LANDS���-We deal exclusively in timber. Have large and small
tracts 'hi water. If you wi3h I i
buy or soil, see me '.:. Ft. Chandler,
107  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C
for sale   a small Island containing
aboul  15 acres, close to New Wesl
:: Inster - il y. Can be use l tor a mill
si-'.      i- <:     particulars    api ly    ��� ���
Oui lers .-. fi   Vm,"'i groe   ry,
"0  RENT   CP   LEASE    HOUS -
i lor,    dinlngroom,     kitch -
.: lei, sei   ..l flal pai -   - . ���  .
DO 1TNOW
SAVE YOUR PAPERS
 and  ������    -" -
VALUABLES
By Renting ' in* * r (lur Long
Safe Deposit Boxes.
FOUR SIZES
S2.5Q PER ffljj OP
W'c  cordially   in-vite
you to inspect them
at any tini<j.    :    :    :
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45   MBLLiONS
THAT 15 YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   vor   BANK   WITH
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  O'ER
.   -15.000,000
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1 Gilley Bros, im!
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DEALERS IN
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WELLINGTON   WASHED  NUT
AMD  PEA  COAL.
The Westminster Tins!
and Safe Deposit Co., im.
F. J. MART,
:     Manager    :
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��� COMOX COAL AND COKE.
��� CUMBERLAND   FORGE COAL.
% VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   CE
��� MENT.
��� This  celebrated   Cement  ia
J used by nearly all large contract-
��� mi. in the !' i vince.
J ROSEQANK LIME.
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MANITOBA WOOD FIBRE' #
NEW EHUNSWICK PLASTER. ^
LIVERPOOL   SALT. J
COMMON  BRICK. I
PRESSED  FACE ERICK. ���
FIRE  BRICK. *
FIRE     CLAY     ancl     MANTEL ���
BRICK. ��
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SEWER   PIPE,   DR/
SAND. CRUSHED ROCK.
$ Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 ���
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THK   DAILY   NEWS.
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CITY NEWS
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PAY LITTLE"
MEANS   TOO   OFTEN
GET LITTLE."
Be On Your Guard!
���" is th.. ball  thai      li
Thej   lo nol    e      e until to
. .1 :   nil'   ��� :!���.     i_a.il       M
-   paying little Mei- . . i
��� ��� -��� ictory return I han
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mnci] ���    ...     ,.. - lis    -.-     .'...-:        . ,   s*
tl   -        ning
:   M   ��� l,   Ol
��� st*    ... Th*   -v. Miicil
of Women wil
trade al      ��� i o'clock this e       a    ti
as    ��� ��������� ��� .
esterdaj  for tho      The mortal  r* mains of the   littl    "���
'���      ���      ���  - ear-old da ightei ol \V, C. Tomi    n
wer*  e.,:. le i to their last res! ng . a
m     afternoon.    The    I tm   il
place from h* r fath* r's r* sidence
to the   M   ��� mic cemetery.
WE WILL FURNISH YOU A FREE
Estimate f rWindou Shades, Flo*        I   Icloths  Carpets or
for complete house furnishing.    We   have   the
experience and workr ...  it and challenge the trade of BUtish
Gol   ��� .   , as t i prices and  qualit* .    Gi\ e us a cha
���   i   for three good reasons:
Firs.   Because we hav*   th*   selections
possible prices for Al qualities;
Si   ond   Because our work is done  bj   high-class
chanics and no slipshod work goes for us;
Third���Because we stand l*ae-K of ail our contracts and
make good if yon Ave not satisfied. JUST TRY US.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DLPONT   BLOCK.
Phnnfi 73
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.  C
ani will 1   ivi
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'' P   will receive a vi>ii from :bo *
its takes la ��������� - ol   the  Mizpah  Lodge,  Van*, iu- ���
iw aft.rnooi i i  Ma.\   _v     *h e   of   the   ilii-r *
.   ' ....    e offi s of file coi    ined m< >������ Ing   i *
��� :.    -   - mm.     n   the e the inii i of seven ii'w membi
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and
Domestic
Draperies
added       ������'* - W ilsoi   bi rived in tin   cltj   yes ���
:   Kei   whai .   VV,   A                      ���   ft'entj  In id ol cattle  ind *
"horses,  which li*' *
--   Is mm In .    i his     nch on Rosi
ancy
w Is in   bro i:'.    I f   in
'   ..   . ' ind left yes
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.    -    ���   -. two
V     F.   i! ��� mon   -   propi    loi   of    he
Edm nds Te    com n.,>.   �� hile in the
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;,     ?   cit;   y<?stei laj. closed  i   leal       �����]
- .. . an .ill  of  thc V   - *
tninsti:  Tea ��� assed in     ' *
;'   ���   ���- inds.    Tli;-: him!! . ���
,lv   chase,   th*    E Inion Is    Tea     i >i    any ���
lins  in     en mm 1   ci earn ecru
���. ���   sha le as w* lozen  different
er of qualities; sin ; I*    foi i.   do i  .������  fold an
��� ioui fi Inge, some fringed on I     o be . frii
per yard  20c. 25c, 40c 50c. 60c,
In In  pale blue an 1  white.   ��                      in oi       side
a  Ith     15s
a In* yellow an tnd greei    i     i I an I
    50c and 65c
.1   -:iii   in   ;n tistic   designs en                            ������    ��� 'i
,. _* Ild green, cream                     lui      tli             and flow -
.'mmm;..-    ��� he   ������ sl    as   erti enl    i ������        h.own
  75c to $1.00
���������   Muslin   with doi     -   i I \ irio is designs, suil
curtains     ith and >oi        irtains    md  evi        dace
et much hai   tand    '"'-
Per yard    15c. 20c. 25e, 3Cc. to 5Cc
1 "C * lost :m'  :���: Is ex   ct* d
���    ���  Iel    Of
:   Stor-
e Co     li   will   ' m    '" '   ' ere a  daj
two  ii avi    Ihe b tilers
: thoroughly
overhauled.
. i      ���       . Ioca       inch of the
.      .       :      .      e .       '.'���������'!;;
���  i: mm-   hall  this evening a>  vm.
A number of prominenl labor spe ikei -
secure lhi   ex* lusivi   m ide    foi nn rlj   *
��� ontrolh .1 bj  H - . Mei letl *
Phone 13S  for    sweel    cream     lei   *
cream and butti i mil ���
('. I-:. Wilson has disposed of another   -
nf his large  teams which have been on
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sale   ,'  : !ii   mai kel stables.    The pur
ha ers   in   Messrs Helland and Sui
li van.    logging   contractors    een    the  ���
Johnston    road, and  $700 is  said I i  *
have he'i'ii the price paid,   The horsi s  *
are a s ilendid pair of roans and par-   .
from Vancouver  will  'er  present,  and   .���          ,      ,                  .,         , ,,   *
ties   who   I n iw   considei     iln'in well
������   i-  ��� \ ���' t* I   thai  the ill sen sslon mi
Just what you want for
your low shoes.
Ail the new stripes,
checks, patterned and
ventilated effects.
25c,   35c,   50c,
and   60c
the pair.
\. en ; ;i   uie   neeMirv
1      topic,    Tl ���   "W irl    if tin   Neglsla- ���
lure" will * man;   able com-      The creamery delivers sweel cream,  *
n enl - on this li '������- stin ; subji ct.
worth ihe money
ie.' . ��� earn   tnd buttern Ilk,
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
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Muslins   ���'
from, al  per    ������
\ ���   Mui In      13   In ���'
.',   good s, clea
abou!     fifteen     |iai i
10c.  12 1-2c, -15:. 20c. 25c. CO
111    alii  OS|    ee.'    '    '
7 1-
��� 2 to 3 1 -2 yards lon      10    i 6*> inches  w
75c. $1.r.C. 3125.  SI.50.    $20?.   $:.00   tc    $10.00
The i'������.- lelive 's sweel cream,      For selling liquor lo William  Paul, |*f
��� . irmlll an    Indian,    George    Andrews,    half \<*
bree !. now   rests  behind the liars oi *
the   ;!l���   !,���,,,   ;ii,   ������,,   ���.;,,  ,,,���������     ���.,     ,m���       *************   *************
.-...1     ��� will    "���   nj,,!  todaj    Thn case is one thai ;s   ~~ " ! "
liquoi        ^^ ^i^i^i^i^i^-^m^^^^^^^mga%��___________________       ___4t_
rive*]  ye ���            afl    no n,    * -m  veal, U.1S   ,.ynl,n   j,,   hv ,h(1   pouCG a   |it||..
md            einp In good evidence i;li,,,- ;l,h|, .    >,,, |nfiuence   of whisky.
-   tmenl  of  fowl and \\|,,.n questioned mm to where he had
m.......    Se>   'al small lots of potatoes obtained the i'i:-.' water, the bo\  gave
!a splendid buy!
I
re also no n the wharves,
Infoi tnal imi thai le I to the arresl nf
\m lre\i 9, Chief Mcintosh an este I the
half bree I yesterday afternoon, aud
Ihe case will i ime up In the police
couri  this morning
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
55? )-mtm^3SaVimiT4WXaKWtWaVaimXiWa _:.'_?nW^*l!f^-v��^3W:.^S3
Mr. Mei    mmon. cf I.an . ej    ; ass-
mgii      r   :��� esterda;  on his wny
j hoi Vam    i\ "'.    Mr.  McCrlm-
mon is n        ring fi mm an al tai k   if
i   _ Menengitis,   and   his      The ilnmnge done by the receni ble
rccoverj  Is li   a large measure due to   fire al the Brunette Shingle mills has
the faithful  attention    if   his    sister,   been estimated  bj  the Insurance np-
, m ,      .;.-   |  in  i hlm   during   praiser, appointed by the board of fire
the Vancouver hos-   underwriters,  at   $12,000,   rnther Ipbs
:- ���'- than   wns  al   flrsl    supposed,    When
i 'en   b>       N'ews  reporter  yesterday,
���   Mis3   ���'.. 'Millan  ��ill  leave
,- for 1    lysmlth to Join the
I     A.  Lewis announied liN  Intention
of rebuilding, and Bald thai   work on
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9-room House on Agnes St. with all modern
improvements, and connected with city
sewer. For sale exclusively by us on very
easy terms.   A splendid buy at $4,500.
i.iii and see our llsl of City Lots and Houses. We have some poii noes
ALLISON & PEEBLES
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Agnes Street-
House of 7 rooms, with electric
light, bath, etc., and nice fruit trees
on full sized lot, together with cottage of 5 rooms and well situated.
The lot only $3150; about half cash
and balance arranged. This property will pay 10 per cent.
' clearing up the yard will begin inline-
dlately, The actual building of Uie
new plant will commence In tii*' course
Phone 307 |
me
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, ���     ivllill     M.e-M
eef
: '    |1G ''' '     '"   of aboul two weeks,   II Is the Inten-
1   lion of the nwneraof the mill to build
.i new planl thai will be al  leasl ns
hs the eei'i one, and thero i    \
losslhllltj  lhal li mriv be larger
;     .... as expi ���--'���'!  ;';.
.-. rs   ������ In  -   ���'. ���   ra
i   me  I'M m n.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
lhe Farm Land Specialists.
Neiv  Westminster
Any  person  who crosses  the  H I
:... Ived in the cit; Trinitj   Cathe Iral   urotinds  today    Is
' ��� : '    ' -    if looking | ,��� :,,   dng, ;ni.| Is liable to be pros i
er t! .   ��� .     i      .       mm-  H' ���   ,., |    -|'|l(. Krounda will be close I I >���
. ���   ��� '' ���  n on. Can ; ,    ,,, ,,,,|,... |n |,reVenl them from be
������.!"��� i il :   in '         ��� i in the coming public property, which would
tax sale I ':           id several be the case If tho public were allowed
1   ��� ��� ���           arrive hi r<   I "i iy ��� .     ,      uninterruptedly every daj i u
��� ��� iv,    -   tl      urp ise of In )���,,,���                 Legally,  the   .roun 11
vestlns Sev    Westminster   real ,,,., ,| , ,,|,  hl ���.. ,.i,, ,. |    ,,���,, ,, IV ;,,
estate every twenty years, bul to ensure   no
ti mm .I", the church takes lhe preca?i-
Cul  " i vei     in l Pol  Plants.     Itlm; ,.       .
Hon ol cln Inn Ihem one dav In every
mm Tl !     '      Rorlsl     'I'lieene A ISI.
1   '"���' ! v* ar,   and   thus   keep tin Ir   propel ty
,,.          .. .  ,i   ,.                -i   in I-., ' r< "nei dl   ei te    This Is the only prl-
,.           ���                         ror  - shorl v;|!" Pnth ii   New Westminster where
in     The hor    ']*'' "!l" >   "''   '"'"!	
. ��� , ., ���    ��� -   '������  landing nl Qll ��� "~   "                      ~~
"    Look!   Look!!   Look!!!
NECKLETS
See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklets, in GOLD, SILVER,
GOLD-PLATED    and    PEARL.
W. C. Chambcrlin The Jeweler
AGENT HAMIILTOS   WATCH
REFRIGERATORS
and SCREEN DOORS
E HAVE
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All the leading brands of
as and Cof1
You can get your favo'
 ��� AT ���
,e       ���   :        i tim    thej   wer
iccor llngl      moved,
.      full   -  I   they   JU3T   ON  THE   MARKET.
���   ������   and turned the just on  the  MARKET
'   :    '' -��"1,:'1"     Vancouver     manufactnrw     nee.ls
'  '   ���        '���   'actIon ��"���������""?  B00d me,, rn represent the ven- tatea!
il Dtedl   In  ��� llghl wagon to which   mivH,v     Vgent- QoJalng mney   fa
I white horse was attached." wlw> S|||I.. wn,.,.in_, n).. yo,,,.3e,,',
m an Instani th!n.s began lo gel my, |.;v,.,.v,M,a, buya on 8lght Pl.ofitg ov.;l.
the runaway outfit    truck  tli" ��,horjono hundred per   cent.    Don'l    waste
' tn '  m'���:.:���:m   fooll-'     ones
in ., and turning the v agon completely
��� ,m i up    | recipltate I     the
>cctl] ,- ���  r, '  on  the Bidewalk.    Th"
��� ��i'i'   ������ I   ii -   ���' the ghafti was bro-
. "i.    ': ' tw '-  V"-'. r,i;iKlit  nl  I'
asiung  rooi isi
��� ������ ��� m iliar tor fine
A.-v.i';
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.
' y"v _   ��� ~     ������'.   ti    - ���' !�����!��� \""-'. oaujht ai the
l\    r\   A   -\/TO ���?__> I   IF A  j\lS ' Inmtih street hef irs fur
v
he PlMBBix Compaoy,   T. J��  TRAPP & CO.
Limited THE   DAILY   NEWS.
'KI DAY.
may
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JAPS CANNOT BUILD
DECENT SKID ROAD
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J^!f!S,0NA,
BURNACY LAKE MILLMAN HAS
COSTLY EXPERIENCE ���ROADS
WOULD   RUIN  ROTHSCHILD.
c. -,-.  \v. Pijier,  ie h i has a lum! er
mill ..-���  ���; irn ub>   h ke, has s 'l i nearly
i':    .',M .!������ ��� ul <���;' bis mill for the next
i ...   ..   -.   m h      il'    m.m tha; lumber
Ie    ��� : ;.:iii in .*ls    in pi Ice.    Mr, i'i er
.1.50     ' ��� .    tho usand    f ��� I
���   than was offered him _as1 w*   ...
i. i   lurnbi i- will  be cul   an I    bi    i 1
:      i Innipeg wlthoui dr.\ lng, aud will
Shl  pi | he   Gre il     Northern
: ill   ..    ,  nu lany,     il     sa;      thn
I   nol    i Ivi      anyon      i   empl iy
.1 He       ' In    Mm  king    1 ee     lng    I   'ee  Is    in
i hi   expei leni e In thai  re
gard ha      een ������  i ��� i ��� costl;   one . ' ith
in wages and bad roa Is.   Sonn    f the
���"i, inches too high, and   ' e
tds i        ed in spite of th*     icl thai
a whi     - an 1       been *
M r, ri . :'.- new forema i !��� "���
U r lo    Ing over the < Mini's. -        ;li  :
.   ild     iin a Roll    hihl       i    I
e, nnd in mosl
i ��� h    will have to      k*     e*
before    jettin.   onl   more   logs,       M .
,: a large planer an 1
. nbth* i    ':   : ''.   ' ii" Cana
dian G* im ral Elecl rie company, and
also iii li-: ; m |e nf -��� inveyor for con-
ve ing sa n lusl and s lahs froi the
' iin,  which   will   be in   I ill  '���: en I' n
.   II MMI     i    ���' MV    d    '     .
UBDIVISION of Lot 46, Block VL, comprising some of the finest redden-       	
tial sites in the city, is now offered for sale exclusively by us Thismag- W ,-���; . ����
nificent property is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st bt. (lacing-
Queen's Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
1st St. at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave. and 1st bt., held at
$1000); 2 lots on 4th Ave., 421x120, at $600 per lot; 4 lots, 52*x85, $450;
5 lots, $400. Call at our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
Mv ' i
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Canadian   I in. (3
lng,  Columl
office,  New  We, ,...           y \
loan. MoDhl
$3,500. subject to 10 months
lease. .Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, corner Fourth Aven.e.
Splendid location, now rented for
$30.00 per month: ler.se can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
good paying investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
Four houses to rent. One en 12th
street; cne on Fourth avenue: one
on Agnes street; one on 13th street.
Apply at once.
READ THIS.
Splendid Farm. 10 chains waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate, No. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. One
of the best bargains to be obtained
in the district. For exclusive s. le.
Price $10,500: $3,500 cash, balance
in 6. 12 and 18 months st 6 per
cent.
I       Cne
lot  No.
12
en
Roya
Av
enue,
|  third
ot
from
Elg
hth
s
tre:
t. .
1,050,
! for  sa
le
exclusive
y-
Aftsr   "The   Men   Hi-jher   Up."
S in   Francisco,   M iy   IG.���That   the
bi ��� .ation cr* ated hy the rlramalIc  i n-
fe ssion of Ruef - este  la.i   will be I il-
lowed  up   by   an   equ ill;   si nsal
��� - Ion   by  Schn Itz, is  the  state-
m   ��� -  confi le in I;   u_ade by the prose-
��� ition  -nei;!, .    Heney and  his fri* nds
irthei  and ,: ss* rl that the pn se-
' ntion   i-   now in  a   position  to pro-
��� -'I   . gains!   "the  men   higher   up."
Il   - c nfl lently expected thai -1 -.   la-
tions of a character as startling to thi
full  as  the   rumors  thai  her. e    been
ng the  past two    months
i oughl oul at the trial,
A  Long Game,
!n thi summer of Is; i rfenn
Clay weni to Kentucky on Liis vacation. Three nights after his arrii -
m! at a certain spring's a social)
game began. In I he game wi rn
Mr. i 'lay, Josiah Blackburn, John
Hardin and Sam ('lay, a cousin of
1 he . tatcj man. 11 begun ou I'rii] iy
night and ran along with varying
I .Tin ������ - M all old hands a id
).; -: - - mm'. ��� ��� i hack tin ir car I .
At 12 o'clock Saturday nighl Black
-   qui!  .   little ahead,    tli   hn I
been married only i wo m mths ai d
was  afraid   his   young wife   wou
think he wfi - dead.    Sunday morning ai 9 ii" I ick some one rapped  in
the d* or. . '��� was op ������.������!. nnd a negro : irl stood in the ! nil    She   i
n clean shirt  in her hand, and on
the bosom  \ . ��� n  note  from   1'
m n's wife, "For Mr. John Hardin,
whi fever he can be found."    The
door was closed nnd play resumed,
Hardin  changed   his   linen  at  the
(able.
!.. ���-   .!   . '   i   ;.-.   .    ��� .        Lots S  .e-i.l   11
In   I       . m <1 _ntl
���'��� . .   i     -MM  _ tS
torey H 7
lull       [hi t; .'.;������.-
. t.n. nr Sth St.;
e 'i Ic     ������    '     : . .        .asy;   fl
!��� eelly  .SeelU'iil   bargain.
Sub, . ! Ol Loi 16, Ble _ XIII, l-R' e
i rousi : hot and c ��� Id ��������� lev; flush clos'
lot   of     fruil   trees;     cl ������   and
burn.    Price  SS.O;  te rms     - ��� h   ba.1-
nce   - anil Cm        -     t 7 per cent. Ham-
Ite  i   .-   . ouse oft  ',m.  St. beti
7;h and      h   '��� ���   n
2-storey House,  7 rooms, with all       -!-
m   impro     nents;  size gi
'���:.-��� St. on 4th Ai ���.
���,   south  side,      0  feet on avenue,     i 42.
on  bol .  - Ide 5.     Price   $a,20d .
cash, b  land   on time   al  7 per cent.
WE,     ,   nf .- ib.  19, Toi   i hip  Id ; some
timber.    !'rie   815 per acre; tei
bn lance   ��� ������ -..'.
S.-W. Sub. Township  13; son.
'   ..'.,.    runs   .. longs id* ild   5-i     ���    ���   ���
d.    Price  .1     m ten        I.Oe
cash, bal      e in three <    ial pi nts,
:   lots   Block   I,   I:   _i . e nd   St.,   S  j���:������ r-
������....     ���    . pi
1 acre clay, house on ti em: line ne
royci   station: cleared;   fenci rl
across from   fa ing  tram line.   $1000,
1 $700 cash,    . ance ai anged.
8 - roomed modem 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
S4.500. $2,500 cash, balance
in 1 year at 7 per cent.
The Turkey Buzzard.
Some one has taken tho troubl*
to search out an attribute of beau
ty in the common and repulsive
!" .;r. bird known rs the iurki'V
b znrrl. His flighi is aid to be
the perfection of aerial navigation,
I the i er in which he (loafs
upon the still, - ' air of the southern climes is _ dn im of -mm 'o nnd
lovelii . Bul -.i hen he ali^ht;-
p* takes its l!   lit, nnd the mar-
VOlo -"MM    ���     i-     i-e  I.m!     to     le.'     Hie'
homclii ��� ; nnd mosl unattractive of
liirds. His tastes arc low, for he is
a nal ural scavenj i r, fie is bald,
.crngj   . i ' ikin .   n .kward
and repulsive, Pride seems to have
been lefi out of his nature, and his
m i ners are simply atrocious. No
self respecting bird will associate
with him.
mi acres M irphy Landing,    l mil
above Mission June tion,   Jus I   al  the
:   lng of Murph}  L rading, abo i
centre of lot; 25 acres cleared, under
cultivation;    l-i      I  mse,   barn   and
m ele;  ahoul oni   acre orchard, 11 aring fruil   trees.    Price $1,350, on easy
terms  (or $1,250 cash).    $22 per .
y cash, lenl;.ne .��� 6 and 12 mon
10 acre s se ction 32, N.-E. corn* .
N'.-W.   'i. uncleared.     Timber fir, ��� e-
dar, and aid* r; good soil; a mile fro n
Vale road: sandle road    n I i ���-.-.      id
.". lots coi aer of stri el betwi en Sth
and 9th \ .��� . on 2n I St., I le ol 2nd
Sl . equal to one acre; pai : li an I.
$500. half cash. \ splendid oppor-
-unity for investmi ..
��� i ooms, _ storey touse, bal iom,
wati f and light; full sized lot, G6xl00
feet, situated Gth St. :������ tween ith and
oth Ave. on west Bide. Price $2,300.
!m * ash, balance in 6 nionths al 1 ���,.
_i acres in Sunbury; 6 chains water
front; 12 acres cleared; S-roomed
liouse. lath and plastered; wood shed,
chicken barn and fruit trees of all
kinds. Price $3,000. Terms one-third
cash, 1 alance 6 and 12 months.
m ��� . mil; 2nd St., etween Qui i n's
and 3i Ave., second ot l oni Qui n's
A > ���-.: 52x122 :'��� el; all clean i: i ine
tlon and     tel .     Price    $' 000;
h ':  ��� . Ii, balani    eas      I  7
More  exclusive   properties  just   [ sted
with us for sale,
Lot 5, isite    K "��� x chin -ii. S i -
pi    on, easl   sidi   ' ��� I n     a   Strei    on
i ar line.   $J00 cash,
���  lots   south side of Sixth   \ ������
lighi  i mmi; Ing;   60x1; 5> ���  :
.-' i   . Block  10.    $1050 casi-:.
1 lots on Fifth Street. 11, 12, IM 14,
. ib 15, S. Blk. 1.:. $350 each, h li
i, sh, balance 6 nionths al  7 '   .
2 houses coi ner i :' M< rrival and
1 - :i   -:   till  size I  lot;    cit}   Wo  :
lol   11;    one house ren s  for $25, the
.' In i- $10;   flush  closets  and  all con-
n* 'Me I      ,e il h     81 Wl ��� s.       Pri   ���    $3.5C0.
Cash $2 000.        '.mm ���   in *..   I 2 i i
; . in hs al 7
���   acn s '���_. section 11, \r. '. ol E  '��
of Tn. 2, about ii miles fi    .     rii .��������� off
i    ������ orth  r* acl, Surrey;    hoi       I   ._'���
i i.j storey house   '   ooms rinli hed, an-
���   er 3    an        .    led u
���   :   iy2  acres  clean ! and  se* li I
m    clover, red; fairly i   - '    cle   .
��� ��ne   mile  from en   i.
$1,200:.   terms  h ilj alane ���    12
��� n h    at 7 ���.
1   full sizi -I ���������-��� ��� n  St. Patri ..'-  s ���
n  rth   -i !".    ��� ' eve n John  McK* u
and  i ��� Prici   $475,
cash,    m am e In -��� nn nths at 7 ���'.
y - ed loi Xo. 12 on Rova! \.".
an . .-������     Price $.1050.   ha ;  ������ sl .
lance at 7 .. per annum.
Westi rly  1,  i I  ol  63, Sub,  Bl i ..  5,
132x132 corner  I0U fe* I square;
houses drawing $2S per month.    I' . i
$5,000. half cash, balance in 6 and 12
months.
j lots mi Princess St .   Xo.  ] l  and
. etween Gth and 7th Ave., two lots
���; mm Gth St, on south side. Pi ce
Xo. 11, $210. half cash, balance 6 :. os.
at 7 ': : Xee. 12, cl* in i. $31!. hall
c.- le. balance 6 mos. al 7 -,.
I m il I      tenement   house,   Ith  Ave.,
1st  and 2nd St.;   '.  I . .    Price $1,700:
'-    !��� : half in C i    ntl      i 7-,.
; i   - for $10 < ach tenant.
160 S.E :. of Section 26, Dist. 12,
10 acres.parti} cleared; Ki n ika crei .
running through; good road; one mile
 '   Wel -���������      - orner;    .'  i
mill and " 11. a1 the wesl i oi ai i    tim-
.7 p*      cre; cedar and fir;
Pi : ���     11; ie   .
$2.10C:  term    $1,100 c        ba ai
range '
1" . cres lan i X* ��' W* stminst* r, Lol
��� .   -.   Div.  iii. Sui re} :     3  miles   f i   ���-.
.    Price  $400;     $200  eas      bal-
 ms at 7 r,'c;    nei    th     rum-
M".
;     ��� ���"   h'    -,       lh room,
on  llth St., between Q .������ n's and   I   i
A venue.
1 acr*   uppe   sl le of 1th Ai e. and _
lots wesi ' ���' '-,:' St.; large h mse of 3
rooms;    electric    lighi    connections;
I rees an i  fi nil  orchard.    Price
$4.500:.   $2,500  ca -! .       an e  in  one
.'* 7 -;.
1 lol Xo. 24 i n 13th. streel south
side       Ith    ,'<    ie    Price $200 cash.
7 jots Ve s. ~ 1 to -ii ind 95, 95 faci s
on Sth avenu nexl to Gunns ranch,
; - clear* I witbo it a stump; small
! i   se, :     i. us*.    175    choice
, hi - - iis; ho si and rig; $1500 cash.
_   ;., isi . ii nd    flush
i' ���-' ��� on Ith avenue, i ne       from Jul
strei      n i    ith sid*        i -��� Price
$1900: 1-2 cash, terms I i lance al
7 pi      enl     Size i       I  55x165.
17 lots, : ill size, ��� th SI . Burnaby,
ie,    100 yard n  * liff  Can
Facte . good,    i'i '    nl;   $1020,
$350 t ash, e on eas   terms.
2 lots "ii -���';) Si etwe n 51 h and
i'.th Ave. on eas     i ��� : ed, 6Cx
��� 12; Xos. ���' an i 12. Prl e $10C0 for
both, half ��� ash, n*    i as  .
lots on    orner of ;       \  ���      nd
���-'     St.,   S -V.\ rn* ���   :        :'   iCe
$1200: ball In ':
7 pei    ��� ut.
��� i  acre     et ween    Que* nd   !rd
Ave. on west side ith; Xo. 5 an !
6,  ii',    IS;  1 12x165 feel    .        lea ��� !
enced.    Price    $iC._;   -     i
m 6 i
n Ru ie,
cleai
e 1. $1,200, ii lO ���      e
-  '        V"   24 and 32 h*
en Sixj        ���           ud N          o St.,
eveen reets,
7 y,
'     . :  - .
_:h St nd Sth
;  one line.   SSCC  f ir
��� n   :   ;������: -e $1,500 ;       the 1
Small house for sale, facing Agnes and Victoria,
west of 6th St. $1,700.
Water and gas connections.   Terms.
Small house, Victoria St.,
6 rooms. Water.
M
A Bunch of LOTS
Lots   i .   an I  15 of 1 of 6    ol      I
ich    ��� Price $500: for the two, I 2
��� h,      lance C months al 7 pei  cenl
Lol  ! I on Sin rhro
i     Price $275;   I-.' ci
���   months at 7 pei
Iaii . an l 20 of 11 ol   l   Pile*
.JCO ��� .175 *      ie.    !   ..'   '
7 per   ent.
: .   . n    Mi    i  road, Burn
$',60    :; FOR     \   FEW     DAYS
OXLY    e ine quai ter eas h,   b    tne*
���     ���   ,i-   7  '
2 lol     ���       ilzed, 132x1 32, i oi ner ol
the Cn    ent;   7    on e I house     P
J10.50C, ' .. cash, balance 6, 12 and  18
months.
Blocl n 12th St., ea       Ide;  10
Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 13 months
Full-sized lot Xo. 8, between 6th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
ine
acre ir
block 9,
l.e-
tw
een
18th
aixl L6th
St.
on
8th
Ave.
Price $r
T,n,
1-:
! eas
l, bal.
easy.
TO   RENT.
. ���  on    li  intfe    I    Btreet, south
siil*      ���       '   i  street,  ] ainted   white,
S:c.:o ; .���:   m  nth  In  . Ivani e,
A   Cheap   Property.
'���  . "Me-,    flush closet,    P/_
���-  ��� .-s, en Fo irth  '-. ��� ��� .   ..'   lot fi mih
nd    St.    e :, .i    - Idi .    Price
$'.900;.   hi at   i   ���" r
ent.    I ees 55xlG5
lousi     0x42   ������:.    -" .    etween 4th
, ������ .:    2 single and  1  double
bedn  uns I      th   room
down  stairs; om, ki
cl ' :i mu I  pantry.    Full run-
�� ��� $3,500;
.    , ���  ;"       ���    year
7 per i ent.
Six  . .i;    ne    .,   I   acr* acre
��� tl : ea ! ���   foi   plan  n  .   :  i _  ac-
art! ed.    House,  5   i ooms,
'   ..  :     ���    ��� :   ' arn;
en house;      lit ti    % an
I nts;   $1,700,  hall   cash.
���  e e in thn ��� t 7 per cent.
This i.s a valu     ��� nd near
tii the city, e...' an I bi i iver-
m    .:.������. ���   ������'���.'.,   :   for further   particulars.
a b_.nt__inded��
La Fontaine, the famous fable j met.
was n most absentmlnded man, Meeting nue day In n snliiiiii n young man,
he wns sei favorably Impressed by hi.s
conversation that he expressed hi.s admiration for him in the must flattering
terms, "Bul he is ymir own son!" exclaimed ei guest in astonishment "Is
it ser.-" replied tbe poet. "Then I um
the more delighted to make hia ac-
qualntauce."
ICO acn s, _ miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between 7th and 8th avenues.
Corner of Hamilton i-n-'.i-.
N'o. i 1 ..nil 12. Price $245, "^
cash, balance 6 mon
lei" acres in Sunej ; S 'j ol
N.;- of ��� c 9, township 2. Log
house, 16x24, ai I chicken coops,
��� : arn; 60 fruil trees; 12
acres ch are I, I acres under
cultivation and S acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, '- cash, balance in 12 months at 7',,'.
1 1
nil size lot, blocl
ee.
oi    1 1.
St.   1
.ii lick's    Square
Price
$450.
i  lot, 55t��xl66,  Tenth stree.t,
off Qeii'* n's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
lo suit.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One' acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1.  Bal. easily cleared.
i ed lot, M'i\ 132; 2 toi
>e; 7 rooms ; fl i : lose upstairs;
all modern li prov* enl ; n �� hou * :
$3,000. y ' sh, 'j in 6 me nths ir 7
: "��� ce ii-. Good siz I sta - an I fruil
'���' ��� . Sec* ;.el house from ��� h si reet
west, on uj pei s Idi .
10 acres In sec. 32. 'I i,..; ��� r, fir, ce-
lar and aid* r. Good soil; goo I roads.
A] m!    tor full      rticu
Lots 17, 18, i ', 20, 21, ;.; ������ i 'i 16th
sire* and '-U tv* n ie; 2 i ner lots
'--a: l Ini. le I* ��� :. 10 '. li. Price
$950,   cash.     Sin	
Four   and   one-half   a ires   between
eutli Eighth   avenue;   south
1 '���'    f ���' I    Ireet,     Price $2,.C0.
House corner of ,iii St. and 4th
Ave,; I* rooms; 2 full size,I lots, Olix
132; orchard of apples, pears and
plums. Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, balance on time ut 7 %.
_m_. store) house, 10 room . als i
modern Improvements; lot 66x132;
lane al back; pi 11 ol lol sei oul with
trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balonce 6 and 12
mon '.   .e: 7 i '���;��� cent,
Snap in Lots.
Vacanl lots for sale in all parts of
the city, from $25.00 to $3,��oo
Full si/.'m! lot In Sapperton, facing
Brunette  street.    Price $150 cash.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
S6 acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.
R, running through. $9,460, terms
mm iy,    investigate,
A  Remedy.
"For some time past I've been buying a dozen eggs every v.-eek nt this
More, nml I Invariably find two bad
ones lu every *i i/.on. Something's got
t" be i! ��� ie about it," said u:i lnit_
housekeeper,
"We'll." said the uew olert naively
and with a quiel smile, "fiicbbe if you
only bought half a dozen you'd only
got "iie bail on��,"���Grocer's Literary
Gazette.
Lol I I on Fifth aven ie, -ei. Et, i'i
ol sub 9, $300 cash. m. ��� li are I; size
55 feet  by  132 feet.
House   and three    lots, coi n r 3r I
Ave. and ! Ith St.;  5-room house an I
kitchen.    Price $1,500, one-third cash,
bal. ii and 12 months al 7 per cent,
Cottage e.i l rooms and woodshed;
small stable; l lol -l-lxi::.', on 2nd lot
Prom 'Uh Ave. on 13th SI . west side;
practically m w; papered: sink nnd pantry. Price $1,000; terms J200 casb, $16
; ie nthly mi 7 per cent, or r< nti nl ? 10 per
month for r.?,* ��� year.
;.' lots oft ' lumbe rland St . Snnnerton
,.*0 per lot.
Acreage on Vancouvi r road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast at this price.
James  Inli t, th ee    quare mllei, al
$e.co per acre, half cash, balance easy.
Large I I  i nd two cottages on Colum  la     ree . Sap erton.   Both rented
al $10 each.
��� ;.'   and ' ne hall    ton ise and
Ituated north i i'i"  ol
H avenue and corner ol McKinnl -
street; 0 room, hot and
:        ��� iset; ��� I, young
.ui   three
. ��� v..    r. ice $',800. $;	
i a- h.
Om Ized lot, 2nd lot I om * 3i
ner,   Uth    treel Sth  . ,-enu*
66 \! i i  :��� et.    $250 cash.
HOUSE and  LOT
located  In a commman   ng
ii ��� on;   Third   avi nue,  al   I   i|   of
'"    '    treel    Two    . . oni   hall sl  i
ise    Ten room   free ently papered i
tlern convi nleni ��� -.    bol    and
''���"'���   ,      th,   :( .-li   . loset, lavatory,   ele Ugh!:   nil "   ' twn;   lol
���   I 12, wii e li ne ��� irl of lol
et oui with fr il   trees,    .".   ������ $2,750.
' ��� ���' i' ��� ca        .mm:    ��� an inge
- lots, 20, i'i ;  Xo. 20, $170; N'o. 21,
��� ��� i  $175.    Durham  and  Si cond
streets,
20 acre bloi ks, fruil lan Is, ne ir
���' i ��� tion, $20 per acre
House,   full   sized   int.   on   Kear
street, Sapperton;   rents for  $10  per
month.   Only $1,050.
House, iii rooms, i'i lots, near
Fourth aven ie and Seventh street,
$2,000.   Terms < an be arranged.
1 full Izi : Lol , - tween Seventh
' ������ ������ and il tmilton street, easl ol
'' th tn ��� -. ;.:; , leared and fenced;
:i large barn on one of the lots. $1,500,
b ; cai le, balani e one year al 7 por
ecu:.
7 Lots mi Twelfth street, betwi fen
Queen's and Third avenue; wesi side
of car shop; tull size. prlce $3,500
cash.
lo acres North road, % of a mile
fl m City limits on Port .Moody; j
acres under cultivation; 7-roomed
house; frame barn: chicken house;
bBrn 40x80; fenced and in good *>���'
pair south side. Price $4,500, half
Cl Sh, bal. In 6 months at  7 per cent.
-' ,'"ls  ner nr  H Hi and St. Andrew's
���"' . between .in and Gth ��Vve��� west side
0      "Hi   si. ;  all  Cleai ed.     Vrli-nSHOO,  bnlt
; ���''\i- balance (1 montha al 7 per conl :
i"iii run through from street to streel ���
n good bargain.
McQUARRIE  &  CO.
Telephone   333
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SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION  LODGE. NC. 9. A. F. 4 ,|
���The    regt eting  ol
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each ne mth, i ;.l
the   Masonli    i r<
brethren are ce |
ten.I.       Ur.   W.   A.  Defl ill
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE,'0.1'|
F.   &   A.   M.    R*      ������
tions of this lodi    are t.- . ':.l
second  Tuesday In eac i -I
Masonic  Tempfi .   ������   J M
iug  brethren  are    ��� i> :
to attendi   D. W ���- |
ROYAL   CITY   PRECEPT0RY,N��|
R.     P.     K.    of    I.   :-��� ��� ���
Friday    of    each
p.   ni.,   in   i tram     ' ��l
Ri   ..      ������ m te
Journlng 8 r Ki I
vited to attend.    \V, ; I
P.; .1. Hood, R
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE, NO. I
-Meets   in   I
thin] Frldaj  In ���
m.    Visiting bre i
invited te.  tttei       W. P
James Hum] bn     Rec -
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO.!
The regular n. e
are held In (' I If' I
bia street, everj M d "'j
at 8 o'clock. Vi Itlni ���" '1
elially Invited to atte   I   S Grt|
N, C: C S. Richn I, v ,; nj
Coatham.  R.  S.;   I   W. ��acI)
F. S.;  Alex, Ad tm . ���'
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE Nj
���Meetings the flrsl and tWri'l
day in each mnnth. ��l!^
brethren cordially Invlt*
Lodge room. A. O. (J. ��'��� h:,l,'l,
r,-Hows' block. Clarkson - y\
S. Corrig in. n i Drde i wu��
master workman,
FOSE   OF   COLUMBIA   LODGE
115,   SONS  OF   ENGLAND, B. |
Red Pose Degree meel I
Fourth Wednesdaj of each Ml
In   K.  of  P.   Hall, Cnl I
8 p. in.. White i: .     i }
Wednesday   In   e I
time nnd place. Visiting_Br��|
cordially Invited, b. <-- l
combe. Pies., ll. Disnev^Bwr"?
COURT BRUNETTE. No. ��*'J
���Meets the Fourth PrMW '
month  at  8 o'clock, In ll
hall,   Oddfellows'    b'OCK.
brethren are cordially invite?^
tend.   J. It. Rushton, C ��"
Maxwell, B. S.
Villi
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA-M
A. O. F.���The regular i ��� g(;f0l
this Lodge are held on * ,, ���.,:.���
and Fourth Tuesdays ore* ���|
at 8 p. m. in the Ol;f�� ,,,���,
Visiting Brethren art < (|| cj
vlted to attend. !'������ (��� '
V. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE   ROYAL TEMPLARS OjJ
PERANCE meel   even        ���,,,
at 8 o'clock p. '��
Hall,   Columbia
Oil'",,.
Visit-
',���1 feflfj
Brethren are cordially ja    Br0���
tend, Geo. Uurr, S. L.- -
Sec.
Telephone    333
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
BON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFI|Sti
SOCIATION, LORDOFT^.a
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CAMP, 191.���Meets on u
Third Tuesday of even
K.     of
Chief;
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p0RESHORE    LEASES.
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Office   Of   Hie   Croivn   'riniliPI-   Au*'llt  ill
\:ew Westminster, n t)
i "i��� l eiier must  be ttetsotnpanied
v.   in  ni" mi.| .hetjtie on n chartered
'"���'!���.  In  r.ivor id    (be Deputy of    the
���ii,,!.',.,   ,,i   the  Interior,  for the iitn-
"Uiit nf the bonus which the appliennt
' is prepared to pay for a license.
The Uighesl or any tender not necessarily accepted,
No te a ler by telegraph will be en-
tortaiined.
PERLEY O.  KEYES,
Secretary.
i lepartment of the Interl .-.
Ottawa, Ai ril 23't'a, 1D07.
	
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rn11- .".-ii'.    location and 	
bei di tli ��� |;" ������'���  " -h
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0    Royftl Cil    Mills,
T   Cai hai'.'"' ah i Tenth
8���Royal avenue an i Eighth,
9���Fifth avehue and Twelfth.
12���St.   Mary's   Hospli ll.
JS���Second and Park Row.
11   ���Columbia  and  Dufferla
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue anel   Sixth.
L'l ��� ....i-,l avenue and second,
25���Fltth avenue and   Fourth.
nr.���Fifth avenu. and Blgfith.
2"���Third avenue and Tenth.
?.2���Agnes and Sixth.
3.���Schaake M irhlne V*.6rks,
2B���ColtlmblB and McKensle,
������'i-i--c. r. it. Station,
42-Small  and   BuckliWd   MUN.
\   Wnrrlnv  Ton.
���mi... ���������r.i.,1  i--^^ marked
v>.  ....-���...- .. ..  ...   cemetery
������-���"���'���'  off nnd  Were rnked   np  in  the
���.   ���   :        '    ���   ',_.      * 'en^eiinent-l:.
"��� ���   ���      ��� ��� ���     vi-hen   the   deleemtlen
from '������ ���' >. Tt nirived with flaps
..nd  sppivipHate flei-n! dm-oratlons for
4       ���-���  ���' '���-'  the decOrat-
ine ���"��� '��� 1   tSelf somewhat
in btkitr) - "- Which crave belonged
t--     -   ���"������-���'��������� <���   attd   --! Ich   to
.- ���..    V.-M.^. ��� .'��� .... flpjg.
r-.   -'^e-'.    'fl'erlnes nriir, llm
I_S1  t'"; H_nj   j���'������������" aftfl di parted.
, afternoon -i-''-;"--...-.n^ the wtd	
With th*   - -'1  of his world, tn
the , ���,'.-.     When he saw   the flu*
and   ihe   Bi! -    _b0V_   Tlannaii   the
- '.   BWed.   fnll   to   chuckling
Je-iVe-iV.'ly
��� \-,'H.-'   h.>    ��� - delightedly,
M.-.ce falter 1-e. ni   i in art too!   Av
tanit dat vor all ri_ht and Bom rn't'1
''��� on Hannah he vor pooty gndo
fighter herseiiuf "   youth's Companion.
lli-x on^lilro Tcrrni'M
_>Ick*ns was twenty-seven years old
when. In 1930, bo nibved from Doughty
"....I  io Devonshire terrace.    George
_�� ManrliJi I ' for some ^ears in t
i ..    . e��� terrace    In thl i c* lebrnted
house  Die!    wrote n    Tevrer than
,... ,-,,- hia books   "The Old Curiosity
Pimp." "Ba I i   Rudge,"    I'm chrlsl
...... carol        Vnieiii'iiii Notes," "Mar
*���.. ��� b I*" 11 "   'i'1"   Hnunted Man,"
ii... Brtttli of Life," "Dombey and
Boh " "The Cricket on tb'- Hearth" and
i .,. -I  . ��� ,,   .field."    Devonshire ter
r.,..., ��� .,e ..e...... ��� ������- I)..     ��� ������-1   if the
m... ,.i,.hon,. road and used to be called
the amnllesl terrace In London.
It   1 n r I i-il.
i he late   liidgi   Saunders of North
��� ...  ievi was noted as an angler, bu!
i.   had ': ''' Ibe v
of the fish he bad taken    On
��� ��� ��� " - I, trying to entrap
��� ��� "'  "Sny, judj ���   ��� ' ���'     ���   tin
ot thai big im!!*- ' '" th - "iii't
dn*
11,    |udge turui d to his wultei       I
��� ������ ��� i    B ib  whal did I say thai ���
,.   . i,edT"
��� \\ bal   tlmi In;    bos    In  de
��� In', al dlnni i  ter suppal '���"
The  v e.
Ajtron mier ��� i mg Mine., came
,. i, luslon thai tin   moon's surfni
,,.-! in,i durlug tbe helghl of the lunar
day,   which, a-*   will   i"'  reineinbei   I
i ��� ' ��� two weeks, and very cold du
the lunar nighl   m hich la equnllj Ion?.
Tin'. ���      i nf temperature reach
their helghl al the lunar noon ai I
midnight and are greater than auy
natural temperatures on the earth.
The   Ce-lfrr.
Bertie (to caddie, searching for lose
ball) What are you looking there '"������'
.Yhy, I mUSl bav*- driven It fifty yards
farther! Diplomatic Caddie Butsome-
tttnes they bit n stone, sir, and bonne*
back a terrible distance,
Willing ��" *'���<������
Mr-*. Enpeck The philosophers tett-
tt.i thai blessings often cotae to us ii).
dlsgulse. Mr. Enpeck (wltb B mnUle,,,.
Hhow "f spirit) Marin. Whan ar�� y.���..,
going to unmask'.'
The   rule. uli
Little Margie (reading) wi-at In ll^i-
"pnle of clvllliatlOn," 'I'oinniy? Sin i.,
TOfUtay���Oh, some new brand of (,ii,,,)
pnvfder, I suppose, )))()o(
The roo. of nil discontent Is self w'"'
-Clarke. *""'"���'
fealnst THE   DAILY   NEWS.
I DAY,
way i
7, K.
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4
JAPS CANNOT BUILD
DECENT SKID ROAD
BUKNAEY    LAKE    MILLMAN    HAS
COSTLY      EXDERIENCE ��� ROADS
WOULD   RUIN  ROTHSCHILD.
C. T. \V. Piper, who has a lumber
mill at Burnaiby lake, has sold nearly
th evii-ib' cul of by mill for the next
twelve months. He says that lumber
i- ��� rtain to .'ise In price. .Me-. Piper
i tained $1.50 per thousand f ��� I
m ire than was offered him test week.
IThe lumbi r will be cul and shipped
to Winnipeg withoul drying, and will
���. . hipped by ilie Great Northern
railwa company. He says thai he
i nol advise anyone to empl iy
.1 ;��� ' In making logging roads in
the     ish as his experience in ths   ;��� -
..iiiel has ' a a verj costly oium both
in wages and bad roads.   Some of the
i:.. ten inches ton high, ind the
.  3 c    iked in spite of Ihe    icl thai
m  ��� hite foi eman  had '     -.   ��� i    loyei],
Mr. Pi , r's new forema i I* "mmm .
I ii  ;ing "-. t i- the camps, sa;      li  I
It ii   ild ruin a Roll to    have
....     ke hi    are ma le,   u I  in  m
��� ���  h    will have I i   nal e m w i oad
 ��� ��� "im oul   more  logs.      Mr.
Pipei  Is Ini ailing a lai i tu r an I
; i; ithi ��� ;;:��� ������ ir sup] II \ b; I he Canadian Gem ral Elect rie i ompany, -uie!
also buil ling a nng conveyor for conveying s aw lusl and slabs from the
��� illl, wl Ich will be In full opei ati n
i [thin      f mm days.
SUBDIVISION of Lot 46, Block VL, comprising some of the finest residential sites in the city, is now offered for sale exclusively by us Hits magnificent property is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st bt. (facing
Queen's Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
1st St. at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave. and 1st bt., neld at
$1000); 2 lots on 4th Ave., 421x120, at $600 per lot; 4 lots, 52*x85, $450;
5 lots, $400. Call at our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
J^SS8lOI.A..
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W
w -���   min    snitnlt, -~v,
Columbia  str, i;
W. J.  vVhiti
N'ew \i.-,
II. t
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Canadian   r ,      -i.-^J
lng,  Colum "nmercea
$3,500.    subject
to
10    men
ths
lease.   .Fine   residence
ror sale
on
2nd   Street,  corner
Fou
rth Aver
ue.
Splendid  location,
now
rented
for
$30.00 per month;
le-se
can be
ex-
tended  if purchase
r so
desires.
,A
yood  paying  invest
ment
.Terms
to
be arranged.
Four h
.uses
to rent.
One
en
12th
street
c
ie on
Fourth
nveiv.
e;
cne
on Ag
les
street; one on 13th
st
eet.
Apply
at
once.
READ THIS.
Splendid Farm. 10 chains waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate. No. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. One
of the best bargains to be obtained
ir, the district. For exclusive sale.
Price $10,500: $3,500 cash, balance
in 6, 12 and 18 months at 6 pcr
cent.
Afte;-  "The   Men   Higher  Up."
S in   Francisco,   May  IC���That   the
se nsation created by the Iramatic c m-
fession of Ruef yesterday will be folio* I  up  li.\   .in   equally sensational
ifession  by  Schmitz, is  the state-
i    ���,-  confidently niade by the pi ise
' n today. Heney and his friends
go mi ther and osserl that the pn
' ul lon Is now in a p isil lon to pro-
e ��� "el againsi "the men higher up."
II '- confident^ expected thai n v la-
tions of u character us startling to the
full as the rumors lhal have been
e irrent during the past two months
wil] be broughl out at the trial.
A Long Game.
In the summer of 1S-10 rfenn
Clay went to Kentucky on his vacation. Three nights af cr his arrii -
nl at a certain springs a sociabli
game began. In tiie game were
Mr. ('lay, Jo-ii th Blackburn, John
Hardin and <am Clay, a cousin of
the statesn rn. it gan on 1-V J iy
night and ran along ^-. -1 fi varying
. , k. They \ ��� . all old hands ancl
had thc nerve to back their cards,
At IV o'clock Saturday night Black
burn quit a little ahead, lie' had
been married only two months ui tl
was afraid his young v lie wou] '
think he wr.s dead. Sui day morning ni i' o'eloi k some one rapped m
the door, 11 h n i opened, nnd a n ������
gro girl stood in tl ' II She i .
a clean shirt in ' t hand, and on
the bosom v i: ��� ti nol , rom I lar-
din's wife, "For Mr. John Hardin,
wherever he can be found." The
door was closed nn I piny resumed,
Hardin change I his 1 nen at the
table.
I      One lot No. 12 en Royal Avenue,
|  third lot from Eighth street. $1,050,  J
for  sale exclusively.
!,. ���-  .1   . r I  21.  Sub.     ;���  Lots  S a    :   ' '
in   I; nek   13    corner ol   Dm ; i and 2nd
mm ;   : nil  slz. .1  lota
.-stori y i louse, 7 roon -. bath room up-
i : set; good stnble ; on  \-m
.-   ��� ��� . ���     th St, ; nil mi id' ; n  improve i    n   .
Ice   -.;. i,  hnlf cash,  balance easy ;   a
i ��� ally e.tci lb nt  bargain.
.ni. 21 of Lot lei. Block XIII, l-R ���
! I,.-,;-. ; hoi : nd cold water; flush . lose ;
lot "l : rait trees; ��� liicki n house and
I .ei t n. IM Ice - -��� ' : terms ��� 100 i ash, bal-
-.. ��� .' and 'i noi ths at 7 per Ce nt, Hamilton St . Mmm; house ofl SI b St. bi iv. ��� . :i
Till eiinl  Sth  .\v. ���
C-storey House, 7 rooms, with all      _
n   Ini] ;���"     n* nts ;   size     ;    gr mnd   1 OOx
;.' ; si i ine,I lot  fro     Gth St. on 4th Ave.
cm  south  side,   100   feel   on  a >   nue,     142.
Lane on  both sides.    Price $3,2  $ i ,000
is h, l. lance on time al  7 per cent.
N'.-E. '��� i of Sub. 19, Town, alp 10 : so ������
timber. Price .15 per acre; tern $1,000
ce sh, balanci   easy.
S.-W. Sub. Township  13; some timber;
���   .......      ..     alongside:      eld   5-i ir-
rd.    Pi Ic    515  ]" r acr  ;  te rm -  51,00 i
cash, balance In thr :iual payments.
-' lots Ble ck l. Ri li ��� d St., Sapperton.    ���-' 15 per lot.
I arr*- clay, house on ti am line :.���
I  yce st.Mi mi;  pai tly ,���'.   red;   fenced
across  fronl   fa ing  tram line.   $1000.
' $700 cash, balance arranged.
S - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
Gth and Tth St., with one
acre of land, containing
fruit trees, outbuildings,
stables, &c.; an exceptionally cheap bargain. Price
$4,500. $2,500 cash, balance
in 1 year at 7 per cent.
Tho Turkey Buzzard.
Some one has taken the troubk
to sfiir th out in attribute of beau
ty in the common and repulsive
looking bird known ns the turkev
bu :znrd. His flight is said to b_
the perfection of aerial navigation,
and tho manner in which he floats
upon the still, sofl air of the southern climes ; a dream of graco and
loveliness. Bul when he alights
r ��� '.mi - :' i. unci the mar-
velot ��� -nee;-. ��� i fo md to be the'
homelii I ni i1 i isi unattracl ive of
birds, [lis tn tea arc low, f ir he is
a natural .envent i r. Ho is bald.
Kcrnggy, rusty looking, awkward
and repulsive, I' ide seems to hav*.
been left out of his nature, nnd his
manners are simply atrocious. N'o
self respecting bird will associate
with bim.
6i acres Murphy Landing,   4 mil
above Mission Junction.   Just  at the
lauding of Murphy Landing, abo it 'luce ntre of lot; 25 acres cleared, undi.
cultivation;   4-room   house,   barn   an i
a . '���:  aboul one acre orchard, bearing fruit  trees.    Price $1,350, on easy
terms  (or $1,250 cash).    ..__  per
'.���   -msIi. balani i   6 and 12 montl
l" acn s si ction 32, N'.-E. coi a*
N'.-W.  'i. unclean d.     Timber fir, . e-
(lar, and alder; good soil; a mile from
Yale road; sandle road and new road.
.". lots corner of strei I  betwi en Sth
and 9th Av* . on  2nd  St., side of 2nd
St., equal to one acre; partlj  i Ii an I.
$500.  half cash.       \  splendl I    opp
tunity for Inves I n en
M rooms, 2-storey house, bath ro ��� ...
wati r and light; full sized lot, G6xlOU
fe it,   ituated ';tli St. bi t.ween Ith and
."���tii Ave. on west side.     Price $2,300.
I [-j cash, balance In *i months at 7 %.
24 arns in Sunbury; 6 chains water
front; 12 acres cleared; S-roomed
I house, lath and plastered; wood shed,
chicken barn and fruit trees of all
kinds. Price $3,000. Terms one-third
cash, balance ii and i- months.
Lol facing 2nd .St., between Queen's
and 3rd A ve., se c md lol : rom Qu
A ,.'.:    52x122 f< el;  all  clean I;   lane
along - de  and   back.      Price    $1,000;
If eas;-. balance easj   al  7
More  exclusive   properties   just   listed
with us for sale.
Lot .".. opposite Knox < bin ch, s : -
Me ton, easl si ... Colunil la Str* ��� i n
i ar line,   $300 cash.
i lots s mth side o! Sixth  Av*
very lighi  i tearing;   60x115!������  feel  on
S i . Block I".   S1C50 cash.
1 lots on Fifth Street, 11, 12, i :, 14,
;-' e:'. 15, S. Blk. l.i. $350 each, h ilf
i. sh, balance 6 a i uths ai 7 ���..
2 houses e oi ner of Merrival an 1
A- nes; full si/" i lol: cil block ii!.
lol   i 1;    one house i ents  for $25, the
0 hi r $10; flush close a and all con-
iii cte ! vi i'ii sew* i --. Price $3.5C0.
Cash $2,000, balani ��� in G, 12 and is
m mths al 7
'������ acn s y section 11, v. '.: of E. ._
Tn, 2, about 3 miles from i ridge off
;    ivorth  r* .i.i.  Sun i \ ;    house   I Sx2G,
1 u storey liouse, 3 rooms lini hed, an-
3    . m ;��� airs;  small
;   i y   ;.. mi -  clean I an I  seedeel
it]   ' lover, red; fair]    ���   - '    cl*
. m.     mile   from   -'.'.:       :.   j.      Pri ���
$1.200:.   terms  hall      sh,        in< e   12
months at 7
1 full siz* ii :.. on St, Patri 's S .,
-.  rth   - i I",    el we n John  McKeuzie's
1 '    bouse.    Price $475.   In If
cash, balance In G ;..- nths .it 7 ���:.
;���' il sized ol N'o. 12 on Roi,.' \ re.
;m; ;   Sth  Si     Price $.1050.    half cash,
lance at 7       per i unum.
Westerly 4,  ii oi 63, Sub.  Bl i
!"_:-. 132 corner  100 f* ��� I square;    - svo
houses drawing $2S per month.   Price
$5,000. half ci sh, . ;���: in :e In 6 and 12
months.
2 lots mi Princess St . Xo. 11 and
12, between Gth and 7th Ave., two lo -
from i.ih St. em south sid.'. Price
Xo, 11. $210. half cash, balanci 6 mos,
at 7 .<���; Xo, 12. cleared, .315, hall
cash, ; alance 6 mos, at 7
Doul l" tenement hou se, Ith Av....
1st em : 2nd St.; I 1 it. Price $1,700:
cash .   II   " In G months ai 7..
Re nts i      ���   ' ������     m tenant.
iei'' S.E. ���-; ot Section 26, Dist. 12,
y .- ifily i lean I K. :. tka ���
running t hrougli; mum | road; one mile
north ��� We ster' coi n* r; shingle
mill and P * >. al thi wesl . orner; timber v orth  .7 . er acre; ci lar and fir;
Port    Haney.
.2.ICC:  term    . l.;i " cash, balance i   -
rang*
i"  . ���   ��� -    mii i  \. w  \V* sl ���;   :,   ������  m Lol
".m.i   ..   14, Surrey;     I mil*
ridge.    Price  $40i ;     $2no  eas
terms at 7 Vf;    near th
. ��� ��� . annery.
4  roon   hous*      bath l      i
on llth St.,      ��� .-.'   n Queen's and 3rd
A ven mm
I acre ti ipe   sid*  ol   Ith   .ve   ind 2
lots  m. ��� - ��� of 61 h St.; large hous? nf S
���  ��� -:    ... i ��� ��� Ic    ii thl    '  mnectionf:
bade tn es an ,   fi lit  orchard.    Pi Ice
$4,500:.   $2,500  cash,     tlan   ���    n  one
��� '    ;   at 7 ';.
1 inr Xo. 24 on 13th. street south
side e ;' Ith .,������* qu< .    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Xos, -1 'H S6 and 95, 95 faces
on Sth avi n te, next to Gunns ranch,
I lots clear* I without a stump; small
house .;     house,    175    choice
chi ' ��� ;     h*  se and rig; $1500 cash.
; 1-2 housi . ii ;- on -: nd flush
i - -. ��� on 4th avenui, one 1 l from 2n I
stre* on th side; ruit tr* es. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance al
; pi    . ent     Size i       I  55x165.
17 lots, full size, 6th Sl. Burnaby,
easl   side,    100 i t    Cf Can
Fai -   . good.    Price $1020,
$350 e ash, ' al ince on i   -   I
2 lots on Sth St. betw - 5th and
Oth Ave. * ��� : ��� ill Ized, 66x
132; Xos, -' an I 12, Prl e Sioco for
both, half ...-';.        -..    ' as;.
i  i   lots on coi n* r of ���" :;   _ve. and
St., S -'.'.'.  corner; cleared     !'. Ic*
$1200:  li sh,      lance in 6     onth
7 per c* nt.
j , . .. etween Queen' ud I d
A.... in wesl side of 10th; \' . ". an !
6,  Bio m.  ;- :     :2xl65 feet; ared
an !   :'��� need.    1   : ������   $1050;   $i .0  i i
balance in 6 m* nths.
Full sized lot on H      I iu* .  ������
���    i Fou rl    a n d M* I *
ed. $1,200, ������������ :'   ��� .    i
J  lots,  Xo. 21 and  32, . 9,  be
tween S \i    ���   enue   md Xanaimo St.,
etween   14th   and   LGth   stre ets.
I      ������ $425  :��� . i, cash
��� .   7.   '. ���  ii.  : - .   .   .     ns rui
nd Sth
'. ve.;  one   ol  on I mmm  lin*.   SSCC for
:  price $1,500 fe ' thi   tv
Small house
for
sale,
1 ac-
ing Agnes
md
Victoria,
west of 6th
St.
$1,
700.
Water  and
gas
connec-
tions.   Terms.
Small house,
Victoria
St.,
6 ro<uns. Wa
ter.
office, New v,
loan. "-'���   lb
Martin  .
"*    barrist* M
Qces:    Ne* .     ;
corner  C t ;     :
Vancouver, roe , '     j
Vlllo   Bl I.      J   , ���,',;'',,-M._
w. w,������: v '..\
' --IilKi
Mr. %    .fl
Westmlnstei  o ,9 '��i
ternoon ::
Hiiiii in
A Bunch of LOTS
Lots   ! i   an I   15 of 1 of 6    ol      I
i, leare i.i    Price $500; for the two, I--
.  ". nee 'i monl bs al  7 |ier cent.
Lot  1 I mi si '���    tre*
:     Price   $275;  1-2 ca h, bu
, nc m ������ mon hs at. 7 in
Lots   iM. 17 and 20 ol I I of 3.  Pi lei
$500 ���   or $175 each;   1-2 eas]
7 pei    'ii'.
HOWAY,   REID
tern,   BOlle ,���     .' ''=..
street,   o   i
Westmin tei .   .,, '.
241.
GEORUE li. M   :..i
Solicitor, -
I la and McKe ...f.
minster, i:  C
n    'i    :   ���     I, Bun
$;C0    :;     . Fl (R      \   FEW     DAYS
OXLY.    One-quarter i     h
:���:��� | 2 y<        at 7 '
2 lots, full sized, 132x132, corner ol
the Cn    ent;   7-i ionied  bouse.    1'
$1 Q.50C,  M cash, balance 6,  12 and  18
months.
!' ��� ck   12 mi  12th  Sl . easl  side;   1
.. $2,500. one-third
cash. bal. 0, 12 and 18 months
Full-sized lot No. 8, i>o-
tween 6th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in G mos.
! Ine acre in block 9,
he-
tween  18th and 16th
St.
on 8th Ave.    Price $r
f50,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
TO   RENT.
Hous*   on    Brantford    streel   si   th
- i ���      .       Gth  street,  ] ainted   whlt<,
S15.C0 ; <���:   -.,  ���     ;.' e.
A   Cheap Property.
oms, Hush  closet,    i '_���
ste eys, on Fourth '������ ���    om   lot fi om
Se     nd    -:'.    on .1    sid*.    Price
$1900;.  !..- 7 per
cent.    Fi uli ��� ��� ��� -: lol 55x165
;  ���       I     ..        '. St.,     ' ->������ . :i   Ith
and Sth Ave.;    2 sii    ���        11   Ion
bedn  uns      ipstairs, I .   room
Irwn stairs;  ]
en and liantr;
mmi. bacl -.-'   s        Price S3.500;
1,500 cash,    alance     ���   -"       ���     yeai
ai 7 ] ��� r cent.
;   ���.   and ;.       acres,
lantlng; 1 1-2  ac-
irt! ��� '..    House, 5  1 ooms,
1-1x24;    ������    ��� .-   . ��� i   bal .     nail 1 arn;
...        iit 1
plants;   $] 701 ash;   bai
lee in threi at 7 per cent.
This is a vaiu     ��� '    , and near
' ' the .-! y, 1       m . iver-
��� b ement   tvith   .   1  for        her parti
��� ilars,
James Inlet, three sq tare miles, at
$��.C0 per acre, half cash, balance easy,
Large lot and  two cottages on Ci
: m    a - ree . Sapperton.   Both rented
, ��� . i'- each. -
1 :.��� an I one-h I ��� housi and
full .-��� ��� ot, tuated north 1 Ide ol
H        .   enue and c*       1 1 ' McKlnnls
������       ���        ��� om, Imi and
'   Id   water,      eset; ed;  young
rees; on  tl
:        . ���        l' Ice $'.800,   .-."ii
..  '
' me ' 2nd lol from * or
ner,   llth     ��� ���   ��� -MM
61   \: i 1     et   %2'jO cash.
AllN.-ntliiln dcil.
La Fontaine, the famous fable poet,
was a most absenttninded man, Meeting one day in a saloon a young man,
ho was so favorably Impressed by his
conversation that be expressed his ad-
miration for him In the must flattering
lerms. "Bui In- is your own son!'' ex-
claimed a guest In astonishment "is
It soV" replied tbe poi't. "Then I am
the more delighted to make his acquaintance."
Hi" acres, _ miles from oity.
$40 per acre
'1
wo
lots
nn
L8I
li SUM et.
be
tw*
en
Hi
nnl
Mil
avenues,
I
linn
r    ee
lamllton   str
et ,
N'o
11
and
12.
l
rice $245,
1 ���
eas
1. b
lance *
nn
uths,
160 acres in Surrey;  S m  ol
X,:m ' ;     c 9, 1 iwnshlp 2.   Log
oil   ���. 16x2 I, ai I iiiii . 11 1 m
..: barn; 00 fruil trees; 12
acres eli ared, I acnes un li ,
cultivation and 8 acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, u cash, balance in 12 months at 7'!.
1
lull size lot,
block
0,
eel    1 1.
st, 1
���atrick's    S
|ii:iTi'
Trie"
$450.
1 lot, 55^x166, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
tn  suit.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One ' acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1.  Bal. easily cleared.
One    .    Bi ed '.������ . G6x 102; 2    toi
house; 7 rooms; flusl
all modern ini] rov* i n nl   ; new housi :
$;.coo.  y c; sh, y in 6 n ai  r
, '���- ce im     '. |     zed sta  le an 1 fruil
���...  .    Seci nd  ho ise ; i om ������ :i .-   eel
west, mi upper si,!'.
10 acres in si c.   2,   Timl i -. fir, ce-
lar and aldi r.   Good
\  . ly for full  partlcu
Lots 17.  i m  i;'. 20, 21, -.. ���     n  16th
sire*    and Sth   iv* n ie;  2   a ner lots
?-."ii;   I  Ini   li    h.    Pi ie e
$950,  cash.     Sln_ le   lote   al ii
Four   and   one-half   . ti -   between
i ;.���-' Eighth  ai mth
Ide of lul    treet,     Price $2,DC0.
A    Illl |y.
"For some time' past I've been buying a dozen eggs every week at this
store, and I Invariably find two had
ones in every d izcn. Something's gol
to li" done .,'. ml it." said u:i Irate
bousokcepes,
"Well," suitl the :ii".v e'liTl: naively
and with a qulei smile, "fnchbe if you
only bought half n dozeu you'd only
(.-'���I "iie bad on.."���Grocer's Literary
Gazette.
House corner of 7th St, and Uli
Ave.; it rooms; 2 full sized lots, 66x
132; orchard of apples, pears and
plums. Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, balance on time al 7 ';,'.
_ i .   storey   house,   10  roi ui
modern    Impi oi em* nl      lot    66x132;
lane al back: ;-��� rl ol lol  iel oui with
I s   and    nice   lawn.    Price
$2,750. .1..'  cash, balance 6 and  12
monl hs at 7 ] er cent.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
the City, from $25.00 to .3..00
Full sized lot in Sapperton, facing
Brunette street,    Price $150 cash.
six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
86 acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.
R. running through. $9,460, terms
cn ty,    Investigate.
l.i't '��� I on FlfUt avenue, ib B, 10
nl sub I'. $300 cash. m. . ed; size
55 feel   by  132 feet.
House and three lots, * rner ii.-1
Ave. .'nnl 11th St.; 5-room houi e an I
kitchen. Price $1,500, one third cash,
bal, il and 12 monl lis al 7 jier cent,
Coltaa '   -1   rooms    and    wood lie d
��� n ill stable?; I lot 14x13;!, on 2nd lol
Prom t'i' Ave. on 13th SI . wei i side;
prnctfeally n*��w : paperi d I i_ and pantry.    Price   $1,000 ;   |. rms .,. I , ',.   * i;,
 ii'i'. .ei ~i  pen  cent, or " ��� ���    i   M0 per
month for ono year,
:.' lots nl'l' i 'iiniln rliuiil Sl , Ranni i ton
r.�� per Jot.
Acreage on Vancouvi r i lad, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per acre, Acre
;i' " Is selling fasl ai this price,
HOUSE and  LOT
I ated in a commman   ag
ation; I     renu*    at   foot  of
treet.   Two      .      el
��� ������    T* ;; roe ., i i recently papered i
���. odern  convenience s;    hoi    ...
II Iti   water,   I ath,   fl , sh   i loset, lava-
light;   nil"   lawn;   lot
,:  I  -. ��li i lane irf of lol
' i ��� lb fruit tn ��� im ������ $2,750.
'���'������ '..    . ' alai    . ..-; in] i
- !��1 ��� 20, 21;   X i, 20, $170; No. 21,
ner)  $175.    D irham   and   Second
strei's.
20 acre bloi ks, fruil lan Is, near
Jum 'imi, $20 per ai ra
House,   full   sized   lot,   on   Keai
"' ��� ���'��� Sappi - ton;   rents for $10  pi i
month.   Only $1,o_o.
House, in rooms, iw. lots, neai
Fourth avenue and Seventh .sue,:,
$2,ooo.   Terras ran be arranged,
1 full Ized Lol ��� twi en Si in nl b
ivei ." and Hamilton street, easl ol
1 b streei all i li ared and fenced;
���i large barn on one of the lots. $1,500,
h i cash, balani e one year .it 7 , et
cent.
7 Lots on Twelfth street, betw i n
Queen's and Third avenue; wesi side
"f ear shop; full sifce, Price $3,500
cash,
10 acres North road, '���'���:, of a mllo
from city limits on Porl Moody; -.
��� - ���'���: under cultivation; 7-roomed
house; frame harn; chicken house;
'"'"i 40x80; r. need and in good -
l*alr Bouth side, Price $4,500, hair
l: 'hi bal, In 0 months ai 7 per cent.
,J '"'��� corner of 10th nml St, Andrew'*
������,;;."'���".;" Ith nnd mi, we.., wogt sM,.
'      0th I ���  ; nil clem ,i.    l'rie..,___, half
, ���', ' ,,H" ,;  months at   7  per rent;
r-oth  nm   through  rrom  street   to  streel ���
ii stood bargain.
UARRIE  &   CO.
Telephone   333
Real  Estate Brokers
PRONT   STREET
W. MYERS GRAY
and Ne
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lv:
Be*     ...
boo   street,
P.0   Box
Wl
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CO ARD OF TRADE.���New \.J
ster   Board i ecu {
Board Room, * as foil
Second  \\ ���
Qu; rti .'
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SECRET   'SOCIETIES
UNION   LODGE. NC. 9. A. F.__l
���The    ��� eg ���.   : I
Is held me tie ".   I W It ��� T
each month, i s,f
the   Masonic   rei S    ���-.
brethren are * I
tend.       Dr.   W.   A. DeWoli s_|
Secretary.
KING SOlOMOiM LODGE, f'O.llf
F.   Ai   A.   M.    R*
lions of this I
Becond Tui I
Masonic Tempi . it 8 p m vl
ing  brethren I
to attendi   D. W. ~ J
ROYAL   CITY   PRECEPT0RY,Ni*J
It.     B.     K.
Frldaj     of   i
p,   rn.,   in   Orai |
Ri   .ii  a ,"��� "
journing Sir Knights I
vlted to attend,    W. E. I      |
P.;   J,  i! i. Re
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE, NO.i
���Meets  in  i ' fi;st'
third Prldaj In each I
in.    Visiting f
Invited to attend,    V*  :
James Hum] '���������'���     |;-- "' ���
I, o.  O. F.���AMITY  L0D5E. N0,{
The regular mee -
are held In Odd J
bia \
at 8 o'clock.    Vlsltl ' "
elially Invited   o attend
N. Q.; c. S, Rh bn on I, V, -: r\
Coatham,  R.  S.;  J.  W. "   :   I
p. S.;  Alex   \ ; '
V O. U. W.-FRASER LODGE.Nj
���Meetings the lirsl I
-lav    in    each    month,     "jl
brethren cordlalli li    ���'.'.;
Lodge room, A. O, 0. "���'    '
fellows'  block, Clarkson i "���L
S, Corrlj in. ; J
master workman.
FOSE   OF   COLUMBIA   LODGE
115,   SONS  OF  ENGLAND, B. ��1
Red Rose D*  m   '  *     .
Fourth Wedn    I     o��        ! '
In  K.  Of  P,   Hnll. C I    ..
8 p. in.. White R i a Dei .1
Wednesday   In   each n   '�����
time and place    VI  j. y ..:|
cordially    Invited,
combe, Pres.. H, Dlsnei
gecretin
COURT BRUNETTE. No. Jfc ^
���Meets the Fourth Friday i
month at 8 o'clock, m visiliJ
hall, Oddfellows' l.;,.";iv],,���|i"f
brethren are eordlallj ini' , fj
tend. .1. B, Rushton, '��� "'
Maxwell, K. S.
Telephone    333
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA'^,
A. 0. P.���The regular roe ^
this Lodge are held "! ',��� ���,_
and Fourth Tuesdays,0   ���   .��,
Visiting Brethrent art  ']hcM
vited to attend,   i-
F,  P,   .MllX"''I', ��ei
THE ROYAL TKMPLAJ" ^J
PERANCE ni'"'1 "u ' odd"110!
at s o'clock p. "I- in ' visi>l
Ha". Columbia iKyited M
Brethren are cordlall) w R Br0<!
tend, Geo, Burr, s. v.,
,    Sec.
BON3 OP ���OOTLANP>$$&
80CIATION, UORD OF ' pirstlt
camp. 191.-M""       ,1' ntonlif
Third Tuesday o�� '    ���  0M
K.   of   P. Hall.    J��hVS��*
Chief; J- .'��� Forrester,
I Iav-
,AY   17.   1907.
iVL-i
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
rJOTlCE.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai
..,.;;. given tliat six- after date we intend to mai ���
c^ttToTfiLS  "on  to  the Hon. the Chief CmS.
niissi'on to cut and car- , sioner of Lands ;
lotto.'?*,
���   il
.
from  Hi"  following    and u -        for a spe
nt  Kitsumgallum | ciai  license   to   cul   and  ca
)lantC(J  timber  from   the
h-w.st
preemption
awa\
i post   planted  '   ""-  l"Hn\i.-.M   dese   ihed
, f,f Ue north-west   lands,  situated   In  the- Coasl   Di trict
i   Hani    '    Klttima    Vrm,
15 miles  south of Klttl nal  In-
e i:i  a small b ���
-N'".   20.   runnin:
���������"���.    inder 1        .   ivislons
'I' iii-  -I.m !  :;.-M:s-        \ - "  Mii;!   be
' - ���    1 and  d      ,'i   trom
setUn       , an, claim I i or in respect   Tend
":  ":" -",::  land  "'  s��ld   ���"' taxes as Dominion Lands e Province of
i'-"vii"1    ���   "'������ '"Land  Registry Act." British Columbia.
ders for License to Cut Timber on
',-.'. aa follows: sei chnlns! "���'   '���
vii chains weal and   abou
P0,���t of commence-| d,an  ^
post     planted
I
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
SEALED TEXDERS addresse I  to the
trthot Z?north-west No.   20. running    ���      ,,,,,.     ,Q -McDougall,  as   the    iwnei     in     Fe.
-     "u:r^^;X^'^  cha,D8 W68t' 80 chaina " '��� 80 chains ^mple'   '!::":' a  Tax Sal6 Deed trom
",",;;, chains ''.'ihi and 10 east, more or less to the. shore   then Mayor und Treasurer of the City
...   point   *.r commence- aiong ,,���. ghore tQ ^^ Qf rn]u,'ji^i^_ '>r New Westminster, I > Alice B. Mc-
No. 21. Commencing al a posl planted on lh,- weal  I,ank 0f Kittimat Ann
1 I
rAKE N'OTICE thai  mm applicatlou Commissioner    of   Dominion    Lands,
has   :"- :!   :!'.': ���   to register  Alice  Ii. Department of the Interior, and mark-
the   owner    in     Fee ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim-
in ber Berth Xo. ."iis." will  i.e-  received
at. this    Departmenl  until    12 o'clock
noon  on Wednesday, the 24: li dny of
Dougall, bearing  late the 13th day of July, 1907, for a license to cul timber
January, A D., 1906, of all and singular on  Berth  No.  518, comprising   lands
that  certain  parcel  or  tract  of land situate In the Province of British Col-
aboul   1.",  mil,.-  . mth  0f Kittimal   Iu-   ;""i  >)remlses situate, lying and being umbia to the west of chehalis Creek
dian village in a small bay, thence 80  '"  '!l"  (i':'   "'  -Vvv   Westminster, in and described as follows:
chains west, 80 chains south, 80 chains   "10   I)rovince    ot   British    Columbia, Timber Berth No. 518,    comprising
east,  more or less  to shore,    thence   ""'"'   Particularly   known    and     de- that portion of Section 29 lying north
point of commencement,    I along   shore to   point   <>T  commence-  scrlbed :is:   Subdivision 30 of: Lots S of Timber Berth 280 and thai portion
;it    ii    posi      pi.tnit'i ,
and :< Suburban  Block ". of  Section  22    outside' Timber Berth
Yu>i ;,:. 1 each of you are required to -''* and  said   Berth  2s",  in Township
contesi   'ii.-   claim   ol   the   tax   pur- 1, Range 30, West of the 6th Meridian;
chaser within forty-five  lays from the :llso ""' north half ami the south-east
date of   the  firs-            cation of   this quarter of Section  2*;. the north  half
imi
_    post   plant,'.I: inent
,   rth of Hi- north-west cor-
* "",'',   , reen's pre-emption claim.
'follows    sn chains easl .
v,, chnins west and  80
I. ,   ���0int ot commencement.
.   ,,i   a   pe.st    planted
.;, ol He- north-west cor-
... :,-s pre-emption claim,
follows :  l'l'l chains east .
"".',,',      mn   chains  west ;     4U ���
._��-\.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion La- as in the Province
of Britisn  Columbia.
,1 en  ,,1   111'- net lll-w ��-sl i ol
.... en's  pre-emption  claim
'    .,      .   . on   ..t... i,...    .oat '
Xo.
"follows':' ieb'ohaVns east; ^"' "��� Commencing at a post plant
160  chains   west;    40 ed  ia a  bay  given nan," of [nde ien
... ,,' commenc ement. ,  , ,   ,.                                                 ���
,.   .,;   ;,   posl    I,!.,.,."!   '""' Ba> sltuated  �� - miles soutl
. "i the north-west cor- easl   ol  the ue.;.,  ,.���.;  ,,,��� rjonstie  Is
..���-..   ,.i>it.l iim     i'ii i in     |   -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            "-           W��           VUil_ll.            J3" -                     ....                         |.HUliVHIltWU           Ul                _i_ i  _) 1                        *                   '  *           W��V1*��H           ���-      -���           111!               H'M     I     II            til
[owsTieo chains east;   l'"'1 ""  easl  :,:,!!-.  ol   Ki-'   nal   Ami;, notice, otherwise I shall register Alice and  ihe  south-west   quarter    Sectb
160   chains'west:    40  thence   su   chains  south,     10   chains B. McDougall   ts owner thereof In fee fc'i. the east half Section _>:   thi nor
.,.,'..    ii,   r< ill ll 11' in ���  11M 111 .        |
���   .,   posi    planted   eas '  "' ehalna <>"���"���<���  '" chain    ea t, And   I  direct  that  publication of this half Section  32,    Sections  33,   II.
,,; ihe north-wesl cor-
.   pri -i ii.I'' l"il   claim.
I"   chains   noi th,   mi  i I ���
1
to  notl        r thirl    days In a  laily news- and those portions of Section 2o and
paper published at Xew Westminster :;i' outside Timber Berths 280, 2'ii mm I
Commencement.80      N'��- 23. Commencing    t post planted   ���������''���                I   and   sufficienl   service 272, in Township 4, Range 1, West ol
:   iii   a   post    planted   :   ' |!   20 mile    south ol   Kittimal   In-   thereof. the 7th Meridian; also Sections 3,  t.
'._ ":':'!:"���  ',���":'      i:"<   village ....   Devastal   i,   channe
���iiow���: rn chains wesi.    ,;-;:' "f commencement.
X.
pr,    mption ciaim, Dated  al the   I.m:  Registry  Office   5, the north half and south-east quarto chains west; 1 on east bank and about 50 ya -    mth   New  We   minster,   P   ivi    ������  of  Brit-   ter Section 6, Sections 7, 8, the north
* 11   i ���! i; 11:1H   * . i    '   .    _ U  C11UMS       if    . t, r i    ,     ,i       - . ,
ol   the  lleet  Springs, thence i halns   e-i;  C il n
ime nee ni' nt.
.   i_   at   n    post    planted
. .,: the nortii wesi cor-
ijri-en i  pre-emption  claim,
180 chains e lsI ;
G . chains west ; enci 40
: .   point of commemce-
������'������'. 80 chain- south,  .0 ch tins wesl ' A.  I>.  ':��� ;.
more or less to the shore then al ing
''i"   shore   to   poinl     of    commence
ment,
Xo. 21. Commencing al p isi plan   ��� I
i ioul  15 miles north ol II
���
irtterj   Baj   an i  those claiming through or under
;;'   f81,  bank   '-   Kittlma>   Arm    ��n   them,   and     i   persona   claiming any
!l"11:"   <"  chains   interesl  in ...  ,,,, ;,:ll    }   y[nue ^ ' east half Section 11, and Section  12
east, 160 i hain   n rth, 10 chains ivest,
more, or less, t i shore then along shor.'
Io  ; oinl   ol   i ommencement.
;   at    ee    post    planted
,1 ���!: of tho north-west cor-
.    .... n's pre-emption claim,
follows ; I" cliains north ;
10   cliains    north;     40
.  Ins south ;   120 chaina
��� . nm ment.
m    at    a   post     planted
'. .  iu  of  the  south-we��t
,n No.  26,  the-u  running
��� ��� Ins west;   4" chains      No, 25. Commencing at  posl   ilanted
east.    and  40 cl ains     , ,        .,
 im iment.                  !   '  '   '"  miles north  of  Hartley Bay
ng   al    a    post     planted   oil    easl    bank   of   Kit i.i   I    \nn   on
��� ������rth   of   the  south-west    .. . ,  ,      ,
n iv. kes ntry  lsl tnd on a     nail creek,
' iene ������   120   chains   south,   1.)   ch iins
��� .- .  10 chains in rth,  In ch . ns east,
10  chains   north,   10  chain
this  25th  day of April,
-    KEITH,
Distrl ��� Registrar.
i   William   Edraon is,   Esq.
All pers i.s serve 1 with 'Ids notice,
half and the south-wesl quarter Section '.'. the south-east quarter Section
10, the south half Section 16, the south
half and the north-wesl quarter Section 17. the north half and south-east
quarter Section 18, the south half and
north-west quarter Section 19, and
those  portions of    Sections  1, 2.    the
No,   26,   then   running
halns  wesl .   40   cliains
.  east;   40 ehains  north
nn ;.. ��� ment.
| m.m    al    a    post    planted
ol the north-w* sl coi
��� ireen's pre-emption  cl dm,
: . M.-.e, j;  160 chnlns w*
160  chains  enst ;     40
,  poinl   of .'.iin ;��� ic n
t-s, i . iri  oi  !��� .-���-'.
WM.   MOODY,
(������HANK   VANDALL,
Loi il
wes-.    I'I
hains north,  10 i hains west, to poinl
of c iinmi ncement
Xo. 26. tl     '     ; i inte 1
om md  a   qitai   ���.���   -.'.���>���-;
of Kiakiata is...  !;. i. in village, ou 'b<-
��� ��� b en., il ba; . thence !>; i i hains
north,   1 i  chains e is i:   moi e or  less
any unregistered instrument, and al! west of Timber Berths 272 and 302,
persons claiming any interest in the in Tow&ship ',. Range 1. West of the
said l.in.l by descent, whose title is 7,h Meridian; also Section 12. the
not registered under the provisions of e:isr haIf Section -4- arlli tlle south-
the -Land Registry A."." shall be: east Tia^er Section 2:,. Township :..
forever estopped and debarred from Ratm' 2- West of the 7th Meridian,
setting up any claim to or in respect
of   tin'   sail   land   so   sold   for   taxes
-   provl le..  1      the  "L in I   Regtslry
.ct "
NOTICE.
��� mm" notice tha! thirt; lai s nc,o:-
date I Inten - l m ike application i >
the Chiel C immissioner of Lan Is and   office, of th" Crown Timber Agenl
containing an area of 1 ..02." acres,
more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
one year after the date of the notice
awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will be issued, also printed
:'.':-;i - of tender ami envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
it
**.'1
to   Ii! Ifan   It- -'���'.-,.        thence   160
ch iins  south   alon ~   Reserve   line   to
shore,   then   along shore   : i   p iinl   of
'ommem ement.
Xo  27. Commencing at posl planted
INOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
le Dominion Lands with
Bell in Bi Itish t olum
��� bomesteaded bj anj  per
��� ��� so e head ot a family,
��� . er '.v. years ot   age, to
��� e quarter    sect Ion ol
ore ur less,
��� be u .. ;������    ei   uiallj   ai
-   e for the district in
in i is situate.
��� iteader Is required to per
'Millions ionnected there'
.;." of the EoIIoia Ing plans;
ist >;\ mouths' residence
! e itkivation of   the land In
er three j ears.
��� . ither leer mother, If the
���.. ed), of the homestead-
��� m a farm In the viclnitj
entered Por,   the   require-
��� I lence m iy be sal laded
i"M'Mon   residing   wiDb  the
settler ba    bl i porman
������ upon farming lan l own
in the vicinity ot Iim- home
requirements   a.-  to resl
tl I ifle I     ij  ; e sldeni e
: I.unl.
uol ce in wrlling should
��� ������   Commissioner of Do
m i ittawa "���/ Intention
tent.
'   iimm. lie purchased a' $10
'    coal ami   .20  for an
��� -   more than   320 acres
��� I bj  one Individual or
Royalty at the rate of ten
on ol 2.000 pounds shall be
:i i ie*' gross output,
W. W. CORY,
���ii" Minister of the Interior,
L'nanthorlzeil   publication ol
"Ivertlsemenl    will nol  be - il'
Woi .- : ir a license to cut   tnd carry Xew Westminster, 13. C.
awa-v timbei   m '..  the f llowing   les- Karl: tender  must   be  accompanied
' :' "'1 lands: by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Xoi.    Comn   ncing   it                lant- bank  in favour of the Deputy of the
������el on the   wes! side of   Twenty-Five Minister of the Interior, for the ani-
' ;, quarter west ol   ^'���'������' Creek and marl:"! James Sl u ie, ounl of the bonus which the applicant
Kiakiata Indian village on north bank   N''.  '   ,��� "':    thence   : I chains '.vest; is prepared to pay for a license
if   bay,   thence  160   chains   north,   10   thence south SO chain.-: thence east v' The highest or any lend.':- nol nec-
chalns    west.  160 chains    south,    to  chains; thence north 80 chains; thence essarily accepted.
���   ������   then   along   shore   to  poinl   of   west  10 chains, - i ;��� lnl of i mimence- No tender by telegraph will be en-
commencement.                                        ment.
Xo 28. Commencing at i esl p tnt- Xo. 2 Commencing at a posl
���! aboul one mile and three quarters planted one mile south i James
wesl of Kiakiata Bay Indian village, Sharpe's No. I post; thence west !���>
m  north  bank  of   my,    thence    160  chains; th n ���   south SO chains; thence
tertalne 1.
PERLEY (1.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Deparlmenl oi the Interior.
Ottawa. April 25th, 1907.
F
i-
cliains   north,   to  chains     west,    160
i ���;- s mth,   10 chains ��� ist  to ; iin!
if . " :.' ieni ement
N    ��� m C immi    ";- a; -    ' nt-
��� ' I ;. nut one half a.   - ���-.. in mth
of Kil lal i river on soulh 'mum-, them i
10 chain- south, bi chains west, SO
chains south, 10 chains wes', 120
chains north to the shore, then along
shore to poini of commencement.
W. H. MOODY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
l.-.i' al  rs.
Located   Vpril 6th, 1907.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE N'OTICE thai n Icatlon h is
b a .. i to regl ite ��� Fl ir* nee Mary
I., owner In Fee Siniph
nn :  r a Tax Sale Deed from The Coi
porntli ii of the Dl trl : ot Q irn ib;. ti
i mi is Cunningham,    ���.,::��� % da ���   th
' '     da.i of Man h, A. D���  1902, ol  al
,���1   Bin pilar  thai   certain   parci I   or
tracl   of  lan i  aii I   | mmm, - -    situ il .
and beln       th*   D   irlcl of N w
Westminster, i . ihe P  >\ In ������ ot   irl
tlsh    Colum '- .     mo '���     i artlcular!.i
known an I el iscrl ied as subdlvl
2; an I 21 of subdivision ' A" of lot 2.'.
group l.
Vou and each of : on ar i here! j require I to contesi the el dm ol the
tax purchaser v Iti In I irtj -five days
from the date of Ih flrsl publli at! in
of this notice, otherwl io 1 shall regls-
��� ���;��� Florence Mary Eveleigh as owner
��� ,,.- in fee,    And  l  hereby direct
'��� 'i publication ot this notice for thlr-
e is-    SO   , ;. tins;      thence   north    3 i
chains;    thence    wes*    10   chains, to |
point of .- immencement,
JAMES  SHARPE.
Staked April .'. 19 '7.
Tenders   for   License   ta   cut   Timber
on  Dominion  Lands in the Pro-
vlnee cf British Columbia.
Tenders fcr License tc Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner of Dominion Lamls,
Departmenl of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber  Berth  Xo. 519," will  be received
it this Departmenl until 12 o'clock
:. on on Wednesday, the 24th day of
July, 1907, for a license to cul timber
em Berth  Xo. 519, comprising    lands
SEALED TENDERS ad ll 'ss ��� I ti
the Coi inilssl mer f Do Inion Lan is
Departmenl of the Interior, an I ni irk
e 1 on the i nvelo e "T a !��� r for T ni
.,,. ,;,. .��h N . 516,' will be re teiv* d al situate In the Province of British Col
this Departmenl until 12 o'clock noon timbla on the wesl side of Chehall
M. YVednes lay, the 5th d 1: of Jul
1907,   ; '    1 license to cu    timber on
Berth N'o. 516, ��� ���������;'     sing 1 nds sl u-
m   in ������.. pr ivinee ��� .'   I   tlsh Columbia, ai 1   les .   ��� I ���' sfol!ows: ���
Tim ��� ���   ��� ���    h  No. 516, c mi] rl sing
Sectl ue- 27, . - '-.   tu I the  Easl
if Sectl 1:1s 29 ;;:. i   12 :m Town-
.: th ���  6th
��� ���  of    "���
.;'..  an l described as follows:
Timbi".' Berth   No,  "ite. comprising
IS.  R V- 'Si
\|.   idla     roni lining   1
equal 1 mil ���-" '��������� ��� ������
Tin     ��� -     - - in
_ne yea     fi        e date notice
ivi     . n erth,
<
1 0 n a
c, nse  will   he    i;- n I, also    pi In e 1
fi rms of tend ir and * nv'e 1   ���. tn ���
oi tanli i til this Depai I il or a! the
office of tli    Cr "��� d Tlml 1 r Agent at
Xew   Wi itmlnster,  B,  C
Each tender m tsl 10 iei om; anled
by an acce] ted he pie in a 1 liar ere l
bank In fai 1 ;     ' th - De ni'ty 1 t the
those portions of the following lamls
n iii 'h ii" to the wesl of Chehalls Lake
id oul -iiie' of Timber Berth 302 Block
:. namely, Sections 26, 27. the north
of Section 28, the south half of
s ction iiii.    the    s mth half and the
��� ' ��� h-easi quarter of Sec' lon 31. Sec-
��� lon 3.'), Tow nshlp 5, and Sections 1,
-., the easl half of Section 3, the north
.:,- quarti of Seqtlon 10, Seel lon 11,
tin  Houth half of Se ition '2. the sou'!:
��� -���   mai ter of S lon 11,   and the
mth easi  quarter of   Section  15, in
Township 6, all In Range I, Wesl of
the Tth Meridian, containing an area
of 1,310 acres, more or less,
The berth mus- be surveyed within
one year after the date of the notice
awarding the berth,
Tho regulations under which a li-
cens    will  be    issue..!,   also    printed
FORESHORE   LEASES.
I
hen by given that, ii 1 d 15 s
l  Intend  to apply to  the
'''i' Commissioner  ot   Lands
- for a lease of the foreshore
flghl f,
i
PERLEY  0
 ning and milling   pur
""prising the whole of a bay
1 11.mie of Indepeudenl  Baj
1
Ili'Uth
��� Kil  ,,  .
'   two mile's south of the'
""l '"' Costl Island, on the easl
"���        I  ''.'nl   A,
' ,      "'" rrom Kildala Arm.
'  Kuril 5th, i:
inn, aii'l  nbout   tw
907,
'���'AM   MOODY,   Locator,
pRAN'K VANDALL, Agent.
Minister ol  the later! ir, fo rthe nm
ount of the bonus  which  the  appll-   forms of tender and envelope, may be
,i ys in a daily newspaper publish-   cant is prepared to pay for 0 license,   ";;-li,u''| *' '
,.; al Xew Westminster will bo good      The hlghesl  or anj   tender uol ue-
aad sufficient service Hi "���'���"'. i-essarilj   aci ipte-i
Dated al  the Land Registrj  Office,      x,, tender by te'.egra h will be   -u-
Xeiv Westminster, Province of British   tertained
Columbia, ihis 25th daj of April, A  D.,
1907,
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
'I'o   I..   A.  Iiayne.  Esp.
Ail persons served with this notice,
.,���,, those claiming through or under
ihem.  and   all persons claiming any
mterosl m the said land by virtue of
, i ed  Instrume at, and all
',���.',.._,,,'     |.     ng any Interesl  In  the
sai.I    . ii   ������,   descent, whose till - l��
KEYES,
Secretarj
Departmenl  oi I'm- Interior,
ot'MW 1, April 6,  1907
W. N. Draper
ri';,   ���;   310
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Departmenl or at the
ifflce of the crown Timber Agenl al
Xew Westminster, B, ('
Each ' ui ier must be accompanied
.;. an accepted cheque on _ chartered
bank In favor of the Deputy of the
Mini ster of th*' Interior, for the amount of the bonus which the applicant
Is prep ired to pay for 0 license,
The hlghesl or any tender not necessarily accepted,
x.i tinier by telegraph will be entertained,
PERLEY O, KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 231     1907,
Sealed Tenders addressed to the
Commissioner of Dominion Lands, Du-
partment of the Interior, and marked
ou the envelope ''Tender for Timber
Berth Xo 521," will be received al this
Department until 12 o'clock noon on
Wednesday, ihe 21th day of July. 1907,
for a license to cut timber on berth
Xo. 521, comprising lands situate In
the Province of British Columbia, lo
the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake
and comprising 5 blocks, described as
follows;
Block 1.���Comprising thai portion
outside Timber Berth Xo. 41. Block I,
ami Timber Berth 254 Block l. of Section 23, Township 1, Range 30, Wesi
of the 6th Meridian, containing an
ana of ii^T acres, more or less.
Block 2.���Bom li I on the west by
Chehalis Creek, on the east by Timber
Berth 298 Block l.and the easl boundary of same produced northerly to
Timber Berth 29S Block 2: on the
north by Timber Berth 264 Block 2,
anel 29S Block 2; ami on the south by
Timber Berth 254 Block 1, containing
an area of 72i", acres, more or less.
Block 3.���Commencing at the south
east corner of Timber Berth 298
Block 2, thence north-easterly al righi
angles to the easterly boundary of
said Berth 2:*s Block 2, 2 miles; thence
north-westerly at right angles to last
course. 54 ehains; thence south westerly, at right angles to last course. 2
mile's to easterly boundary of said
Berth 298 Block 2: thence south-easterly along saiel boundary to place of
beginning, excluding therefrom any
portion cf Tim tr Berth 308, which
might fall within the same, containing
an area of M!4 acres, more or less.
Block 4.���Commencing at a point
on the easterly boundary of Timber
Berth 302 Block 1. :, chains southeasterly from the north-east corner
thereof; thence south-easterly along
said easterly boundary 80 chains,more
or less, to the angle In said east
boundary of Timber Berth 302; thence
north-easterly, at right angles to last
course following the boundary of saiel
Berth 302, 40 chains; thence northwesterly paralled to first course Su
chains, more or less, to correspond
with length of first course; thence
south-westerly paralled to second
course 4i�� chains, to point of commencement, containing an area of 320
acres, more or les.
Block 5.���Commencing al a point on
the easterly shore of Chehalis Lake,
50 ehains southerly from northerly
end of said lake; thence southerly
along said easterly shore of lake, 2V_
miles In direct distance,'with a depth
of 67 chains on said east shore, measured at right angles to the general
bearing of said easterly shore of lake
within the block, containing an area
of 1,310 acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within one year after the date of the notice  awarding  the  berth.
The re ptlatlons under which a lice ns" will be Issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
o' lalne l al this Department or al the
office of the crown Timber Agenl al
Xiw  Westminster, B. C.
Eai b t in ler musl be accompanied
by an acce] ted < heque een a chartered
bank in favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, tor the amouni of the bonus which the appll-
i ant i   prep ired to ; ay iov a license,
Nee ten ler by telegraph ��ill be enti ��� ilne l. The hlghesl or any tender
not necessarily accepted,
PERLEY Q. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 21th. 1907.
FIRE ALARM   BOXES.
Following Is .the location and number of the lire alarm moms In the city;
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth,
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
0���-Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.   Mary's  Hospital.
1:1���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia  and  Dufferin.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's   avenue and   Sixth.
21���.-.rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  avenue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth  avenu" ami  Eighth.
27-���Thir] avenue and Tenth,
32    .gnpg and Sixth.
31���Schaak i  M ichlne Works.
35���Columbia an 1 McKenzie,
36���C.P.R,  Station.
42���Small and Buckland  Mills.
Enrland'a  Hl.turi.   Miner,
John Camden Neild, whose magnificent bequest to Queen Victoria supplied the funds out of which thc prince
consort built the present Balmoral
castle, deserves a place among tlm
great miser-; and was as remarkable a
man as any of them. He was educated at Eton and Trinity college, Cambridge, nnd was 11 barrister at Lincoln's Inn. At the age of thirty-four
his father's death placed him in possession of a fortune of ��250,000, aud
from that moment he became a continued miser. Xeild lived at 5 Cheyne
walk, Chelsea. Ills big house was go
meanly furnished that it did not even
boast of a bed. Two old women, who
did bis chores, ami a black cat wero
his sole companions. When be visited
his large estates In the Midlands.
which be did frequently, he generally
walked unless lie could get a lift for
nothing, and he was not even abov<i
taking a gratuitous sent ou a dung
cart. Sometimes he was compelled by
the weather to take a seat on the
stagecoach, and there be would sit
outside, shivering and dripping, for he
never wore n greatcoat, an object of
commiseration to his fellow . isseu-
gers.
Lincoln'..   Il.-I.iik.-.
The saying that there are few boa
est .eiwyi'i's eliil not bold true In the
ruse of Lincoln. A man once called
to retain him ou a suit
"State your case," saiel honest Abe.
The man did, nnd then Lincoln said:
"I cannot represent you. for you are
wrong, and the other party is right."
"That is none of your business if 1
employ you." saiel lhe client.
"I'ardou me," said the man who afterward became president; "my business is never to defend wrong. I never take a ease that is manifestly
wrong."
"Well, but you can make trouble for
tbe other fellowM"
"Yes," said Lincoln, "I can set a
whole community at loggerheads, I can
make trouble for this widow and her
fatherless children and by so doiug gey
you .nm) that rightfully belongs to her.
but I won't do it."
"Xot if I pay you well?"
"Xot for all the money you ar��
Worth," was the reply.
A   Warrior Too.
The wooden boards that had marked
the graves In a certain rural cemetery
rotted off aud -were raked up in the
spring cleaning. Consequently on
Memorial day when tbe delegation
from tbe G. A. R. arrived with flags
aud appropriate floral decorations for
their departed comrades the decorating committee found itself somewhat
ln doubt as to whhh grave belonged
to Captain Blodgett and which to
Hannah Erieson. The mistaken delegates heaped their offerings upon Hannah's last resting plnre and departed.
That afternoon Erlcson, the widower,
drifted, with the rest of his world, to
the cemetery. When he saw the flag
and the flowers above Hannah tbe
astonished Swede fell to chuckling
Joyously.
"Veil," he exclaimed delightedly,
"dose fuller bane pooty smart too! Ay
tank dat vor all right nnd som guele>
yoke ou Hannah���be vor pooty gude
fighter herselluf/'���Youth's Companion.
Di-voii��litre Terrace.
Dickens was twenty-seven years old
when, in 1S.'!0, be moved from Doughty
street to Devonshire terrace. George
du Maurler lived for some years In 1
Devonshire terrace, in this celebrated
house Dickens wrote no fewer tbau
ten of his books-"The Old Curiosity
Shop," "Burnaby Rudge," "Tbe Christmas Carol," "American Xotes," "Martin Cnuzzlewit," "The Haunted Man,"
"The Battle of Life," "Dombey and
Son," "Tbe Cricket on the Hearth" and
"David Copperfleld." Devonshire ter
race was situated at the corner of the
Marylebone road and used to be called
the smallest terrace in London.
II   Varied.
The late Judge Saunders of Xorth
Carolina was noteel as 1111 angler, bu)
he had a poor memory as to the weight
of the tish he bad taken. On one occasion a friend, trying to entrap hlm.
said, "Say, judge, what was the weight
of that big catfish you caughl the other
day':"
The judge turned to his waiter and
said. "Bob, what did I say that catfish
weighed'""
"What time yesterday, boss���In de
iiitiwniii', at dinner eu- after Buppah?"
Tli.   Moon.
Astronomers long since came to thn
conclusion that the moon's surface is
very hot during the helghl of the lunar
day, which, 'is will be remembered,
lasts two weeks, and very cold tlurlii.'
the lunar night, which Is equally long.
These extremes of temperature reach
their height nt the lunar noon aud
midnight and are greater than auy
natural temperatures on the earth.
The Golfer.
Bertie (to caddie, searching for lost
linlll-Whnt are you looking there for?
Why, I must bave driven it fifty yard*
farther! Diplomatic Caddie��� But sometimes they bit a stone, sir, and bounce
back a terrible distance.
\t IIHim   to   Sre.
Mrs. Enpeck The philosophers tell
UH that blessings often come to us In
disguise. Mt. Enpeck (with a sudden
show of spirit)���Maria, when nre yn?
going to unmask'.'
The Pale.
Little Margie (reading)���What is thi
"pale of civilisation," Tommy? Small
Tommy���Oh, some new brand of t.09
liowder.  I suppose.
The roo". of all discontent Is self mva.
-Clarke.
g ���m
Mirm
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
FRIDAY
may -i
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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.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
CHURCHES DECIDE
TO HIRE DETECTIVE
Keep tke Flies Away
SPOTTER WILL WATCH SALOONS
AND RESTRICTED DISTRICT-
PLAN  HATCHED AT BANQUET.
(;FARM FOR SALE-)
In line location; 20 acres cleared; house worth
$2,iK)U; barn 65x90; other good buildings, all
new; good bearing orchard; first-class water;
school and post office.
Price,   -    -    -    $4,50G
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
North Yakima, May It!���Ar* ise<] . ;���
���in agitation againsi tl ��� pr* se n
tion of .lie outlawed secti n, the church
members are falling iii with the pi tn
nd it is firmly believed the organization of the church r< pre sentatl t'es will
perf* < ted itt a shorl tim* Th ��� plan
has been kepi quiet -in* e. the Epwoi th
league banquet, ee; which time it was
���' nulated. Tin .. ��� membe s
le..; e, ��� specially, to direel !li*:e. at
t> ntion   to   th*       sl Icti el   disti icl.
The securing of a private del ��� ti. .
hired le}- till e.t' the ch u ches in I he
citj, is a : Ian .- hi h h i b* n on I >l
for se\ eral di Th*     : ��� i - i'i
������ form an organizati i mi osed cf
three repr* - nl - .-es f om each chuv h
In the city. This orsai i.:. tion will
s* cur* the servi s of a pri fate dete '-
tive, whose sole ��������� or_ will be to &py
upon the saloons and the restricted
district and thoi i ighl v i nfoi
law.
m
iTlilTrT:|i|
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Wash   Goods
 of
Every Description
Our Wash Goods section is making an e t
special showing of Handsome Summa. __ a
Iins this week.
Now is the time to procure exclusive patterns'
I the better Muslins.   We buy these special desi "
| in short lengths, then by having only one dress i
| each piece.   Other special features of our Wa!
Goods we will take pleasure in point       it to on
andfall this week.
ISLAND  TRAIL.
I_:H_^S_____^___��__^__.
Screen Doors
and WINDOWS
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
3FFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
HEADQUARTERS ��*
Coast    Guard Station    Roadway    Will
Cost  Something Like $30,003.
It   is   km orted   on   go ��� I   a tt'he i it ���
that   ::���..���    Vi   eral     govei nm* nl     will
shortly give  orders  :  r  th*      ��� tstruc-
tion .ef a  trail on  th*   we st  i mis; of
Vancouver  Islan I   between   Cat man th
��� inl and B; mfii d cr* e!.     This niat-
'��� e   has  been    brought   to the att* n
tion of the government on various oc-
; asions, and   i;   is  reporte l   thai    I
government  bas   agreed   to  carry  out
the work
The trail, it is estimat* d, win cost
.i- 1,000, or about $1.0i ��� \ er mile. It
is proposi i on the < i mpl* tion ol the
roadway to place coast guard's on
duty in the winter months to patrol
the Islan l coast, and life saving ge
will be placed at vearious depots for
their use With a trail const] uct* 1 11
Is . ensidere I tl I L - guns an I life
lirre. could b< carried to th* scene . .
any ��������� reck ret    I* :    n th*   * oast
SCREEN DOORS
SCREEN WINDOWS
GARDEN HOSE
GARDEN TOOLS
and REFRIGERATORS
John  . liuirt  Mill,
Tho genius of this great Englishman
was sue-'h that before he was twentj
in- was recognized its the champion
and future leader o' a powerful school
of philosophy and politics. John Stu
art Mill Is saiel to have studied Greek
at the age of three and at fourteen
had begun logic and political economy.
Th.- writings an*! doctrines of thi.
master mind were and are still rend
aud preached not only in this country,
but throughout the world. John Stuart
Mill stands out prominently among
nineteenth century thinkers --London
Mail.
Anderson & Lusby j
Absolute Accuracy
in Dispensing
is a special feature here.
Your doctor knows whai
quantities and materials to
put in your prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your doctor orders. Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed by scales
and measures proved accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest
to have your prescriptions
filled by us.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
Ellard Block,
New Weslm-.nster
BRYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.    Te!. 65
t    Agents for "Kl.KXO." '. >;
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Hardened.
"Listen to this, Maria." said Mr,
Stubb as he' unfolded his scientific paper. "This nrtlcl* states that in some
of the old Roman prisons that have
been unearthed they found the- petrified remains of the prisoners." "Gracious, John:" replied Mrs. Stubb. with
a smile. "I suppose you would call
them bnrdeu* .1 criminals." Chi* ago
News.
FISHING
TACKLE
bportmg   Goods
Toys, Dolls
(!
Voilles i!ii.l Eolines
Sl ���    ttiful floral de-
nd stripes.   To s* e I hi
Is   I In      ���.   ��� It]    ���: ��� mi  a.
once.
���iped Vonles In shade s i : graj.
Inl    cr*   mi. I. Ilo-
tre ard 35c to -I.e.
Flowered   Voiiies    In    natural
shades ol      ses, etc., the;   are
of the se agon
in  largi   fat hion  i ��� ntei -. per
.  3ic, 40c and 45c.
Fancy    Cctton   Eolines    aln
Ilk :  ���..:-    of  this
They  are   shown    in
s'.'.   -.    spots, floral    designs,
' b   ind*    tieck,   They wash
-   - ��� Hdl ���     ���     yard 35c,   ...
and 45c.
Fancy
Dimities and ..lu*
In   Great   \, ... ety
Fancy   Dimities
narrow     satit
ovei   shadln
gns.    In the
manj   .*
h el] as fio
' i   proportions
 20c to 4;:
Fancy   Muslins.     x
here In a large
Colored    S
strip* s,    floi ...
cellent    choice
; lldren's dn   -���     q
'8. Per yard 12 l-2c, '5c. 20c.
25c and 30c.
Plain and Fancy
Dress Ginghams
Checks an ,' strip< s In bo many color-
' - ������ an !  patt* rns th I  ll  is almost
' onfusi* -. lo sheeu ���'   m     te;. range
f pric*        re froi     12  1-2c  to 25c
> ���
Blouse and Shirting Ginghams
en, Oxford strlpi
ti   -.mm ipes,    an I    chi
. nd ������'  ��� ; i tandar I lines in qualii I*
���   ��� mmend.     _s k    f* >r
idogo  stripes,  a
Prl es   11   1-2e to Ziz
pe
AMD
���WHEN  WANTING-__
SOUVENIRS
FANCY GOODS
 AT	
^''''?^%.-.'';^-^iiVij��a5a��|��
Columbia
for
mai
ling
to
friends,
or taking v
���ith
you
,be
sure
ant
I examine the coiled
ion
AT
j j. J. MACKAY y CO.
��� BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
I NEWSDEALERS
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��� Street
I Full sized lot, street on
' three sides, opposite the
Bank of Montreal.
Trice $12,500
if Tonus, $5,000 cash, balance to arrange.
i Soilings
tt hi ��� Na' iral     s .;. les,     white
Bu1 er yard 30c lo 60c.
Creai    L   en ��� i     trd 2Cc to
35c.
Shrunk, i        tl linen sultin
and patterns, per yard 25c to 50c.
Plain Cotton Voile. I
Excelli nt
iti.'s.     Shadi
navy, pal*  blu     pink ai
white'.- pel yard
  25
MERSIIJ A,
the perfei I ���
.'y inches wide
to silk yel prod . :e I.   C .-
o.8   navy,   browi
and white'.   FN
Prints and Ginghams
"Hard to Be al
Prints are a
as i: is p is* ible to ]
Over 1 25 p atte   '
Per yard
CANADIAN   PRINTS
are good w* arei
ors as we. sell ar   f  '��� !''
yard
. 10c .."
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I Electric Railway Service |
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��� Interurban   Lie-.e.
e - for Vancou.. r and wa .
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. ra. to 11:30
p. ra,
City  Limits  Line���Service'   fl
0: l ���". a.  m   to 11  p. m.
20 Minute Service���Vo transfer,
'���'������- ri en 12 ainl 2 and 5 and 7.
30 Minute Service���During remain;!' " of .i.e... Transfer at
Li opold Place,
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   between S a.m. ami  11  p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from 6.25 it.
in. to 11 p.m., excepl between
12 and 2, and 5 and 7, during
which hours the service will be
li,ill-hourly.
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Sunday Service   halt-hourly be-   .
uvi'i'D 8.30 -i in. and 11 p.m,        *
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��� British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd f
1*************9********** . 1 *************(;��� ******<,****
Columbia and
Clarkson Streets
1 lot, double frontage,
66x132ft.; 2 lots with
factory thereon.   Three
lots in all.
Price $12,500.
good terms.
This property is situated
between Bank of Montreal and Guichon Hole!
opposite city market.
217-219 Columbia St.
White Goods in Great Demand
Only by constantly procuring new lines can we
keep up our stock of White Goods. Ourstock ",
compli te.
Wl iti i awn ���   per yard 10* I
White Dimities  "
White Per ian Lawns	
Wm ;���   Batii te      ������     "   25
White Organdie, 36 to 70 inches wide	
White Indo Linons   ������    "   20c I   < ���
White Pique   ������     "   15c     :
Indian Head  "    "   20c
White Barred Muslin  "     "   121-21
White Swiss Spots    "     "    I-e' i ' ;
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
N_.W   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
500 Cords of Tan [kit Wanted
At   the	
Praser River Tannery ** ��������������������������.������������.���.��.���.���.���..���������������������'���
Highest Cash Price Paid    ||   ..(^1^63111     Ot        iQrtQr.. \
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THE BEST ON THE MARKET |
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
viitt!
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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HORSE-SHOEING
Thoroughly Reliable, Expeditiously
Finished,    Best of  Workmanship
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