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 . SHILES ft CO
Real Estate
See Page 4.
TELEPHONE 85
VOLl'ME 2, NUMBEB
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Fire Insurance
See Page 4.
PUZZLED POLICEMEN
( NT   ANNOYS  JAILER
.    es���GEISEFi   AND   BOUI
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av*   . efTii ��� - -   rm be I r*
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Down  th*
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nd came, h
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lying:   "Sto
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busily  p*
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eturned     to
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-   station at  all
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY MOKSl^^LY. s, 1907.
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TELEPHONE 85
10 CENTS I'KK WEEK
mm m tm DEAI" KNELL S0UNDS   mn m     <��� ����~
tm WH_ PRICES       FOR BUCKET SHOPS     *S MARK Of fSIH      EAGfH TO tSUPf
AUCTION     SALE CF LAND
ATTENDED-    AN<     .     El     !
ERS  IN  MAJORIT1
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Big Concerns in Indiana Prepare to Windup Their Affairs
Stringent Laws Render Further Operations Impossible    Wire Rentals Were Enormous
In   Many   Cases.
MRS.   HILL   SEVERS  CONNECTION    CREW   OF   WOODFORD   AWA
WITH   CHURCH    CHOIR    AFTER
TWENTY YEARS AS
CHANCE   TO    SLIP   AWAY   .
DODGE   HEAD TAX.
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m thli
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lots    ivent   1
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lhe end of tl
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state i   in on, mi d< -
rom tl       ���.-,'-���-
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time
tliffi renl        ick*    bop
V-';,' ;���. ;.-    '
i   . ' - 5 ha ve
hous* 5 In aess,   11 -
���-  cone :..   paid   i   v      I   ol   $Kin
(00 am or wires
The anti-bucketshe      illl now 1.
Severin active conne*   loi
he 0 lsl chur -;.
������  -'i
r - :
ocke
��� i ��� hi
and
.   . . . ..,,
...
i.   B, '���..���;���        " . -.        'eet,
Mrs.
���    tn* nl
Mi.   i id     "��� ��� lhe   ���
he eve
....       esi nted thi   lock*
ill   of the    choir,    whil*     A tl
- .       read the following ad*   -
vei      Ch]       en 01
o forsake a life on .1)
-    f	
lira!   life,
$10,000 ]
���   thai      e <   Inamei
essel v hile In e I
.     M
ving the ti : ������
ye s te rd
crew 1
I of $2
i   I        ���  :   ������-.    li' the Chini      m
i    ��� .     i -.   ..
��� ,. :     to    all,      -   ca ���   I
. .   .   00
ct ts m    in     e le      t't-
____T
:      '     Th���  men ���   tr In      ���       | ,   . ���
the Olivet Baptist  church choir can-1    om    oilowing tl mpatriot'. ~
:  ��� m'   m   ii among I not, permit you        retire from acMve ��� u    Is  1 iv*     ���-  -   placed   on
: h*      affairs   bj   lhi    thi  unci In the house toda     work in th' a      ������     if -.,   vessel, and   th*   Chii
Idi*  oi     in* . the time set for Clos-   an effe ade   to call it vithout express ei iai:oh'
era    y the state authorities un-1 A strong bucki    hi pre      . ������ ,   ���    ._ -..,,.-
he law recentlj   passed prohibit-   ent in Springfield trying to block its       ;-,    , -.     -., ���.       . ,������., -���,... -
-
-f DAY   FESTIVAL.
|:-aa;  Will   oe   on   lr.i,.csin;   Scale���
Manj F ewers Wanted.
:  ���}-.���   lonj
i
necesi an an
il     ��� om  leted,    .  id
s to the most - i<   -
en   for n   m g. Th
��� he daj   wil
.   ���- bii h can    nly 1-c
Ibed  ��i'ii the  . Id  ��� f
��� agi nt's st
.;-' of what tn exp
- I tl  11  '  in   N- u  vV
lies,  ' ��� loni In?
'   .1   Hart, .1. P. Han   I
Rushton will taki
���   an    expecti I
���   Maj    Quei n's    i i
- : the process I  a, flai '.
ide   by a guard ot hon ir
-��� sm   Bnrnabas   it i:
��� ed la t el;   f ol lo v n.
eonvej lug She i n
..   k.     Till'   .-mt,e-e   I 111
ii line, nnd these wil] be
'   '���     big      I rollt vs      with
al s,  with    accommo : i-
���-.  little girls. Mi   ���
will   follow, and  then
'���"'her troiie-v   or   t ' ".
- - andwlchefl In i on -���-
. . Ij
of   Vancou >
��� - ns
wm- .    -        . ��� ,
eir   bargains. I
-
that the lots ]        een so]
were i
for    anything    near thi
ig]      . - S
we re  thi    esults ol    thi   sal*   ihnt it
it  the  "e-
S at  1
the market shot t tim*     *
��� uli. r ai       n sab ���   I
this purpos*    tan*      dale
��� st .'������ n     I
ai he t is
������  ".    nd |
.main Itj       - enden
ward crease.   M
side- ca  Ita oming    Into
.
In   N>-\\   Wi stminsti -   ��� i
��� bat In thi li   epinion, I -,-  ���
etti    Investment tin
cities, as
not sl
thi      . all
BRACKMAN-KER    WINS.
��� --' ops  In thi ; state.
:. is res -
B. C. E. B. COMPANY
NEEDS MORE POWER
SECTION FOREMEN
HAVE GRIEVANCES
GOLDSTREAM SUPPLY ALL USED
LP ON VICTORIA SYSTEM-
ENGINEER   ARRIVES.
ninent   pari     in   leading
��� ie    c mgr* gation.       h*
���   ch e i      has seen a
char. - pei lod, ancl   I
:-- only oni  of its members le ft
who was  identified   with    it     before
oui  time.    Members of   Hie    choir
hav*   come and  gone-,  bul  your con-
C. N. R, PAY TOO LOW A SCALE
TO KEEP MEN AT WORK���REPAIRERS WAITING.
���    ' - rded   night   and  day  until
! :hi ' is once more on tl I
���   ���       ���     The e       lin of tl
is off*      .   y   - daj  I n who will
e to  previ c t th*     * !hin
���   ���   ping.
Mei   ���    il*    the n    ���    ���    Ch
- - . or in all pari -       he
- ;      md  surrounding    countrj.     md
-������        larties have been  organizes
to try   "i i corral the elusive sun ul
..   ei ifficii       ���    he Ll
���'   El* .Mii-  j....:.
.   . . ���       i
��� - ��� .    han .
���   ���      ���
��� ���  .
vst< \ ' .
; i ��� limi he su
! ol
i
i   ���       n enter* I  lnl      iii
.'.
nection with it has been uninterrm  ed the Flowery Kingdom, and incidentally
d       '-   lies*   years, and much cf   he secun the $250 offered by the captain.
ttending   thi   endeavo;     ti Every   Chinaman   answering    to   the
In      *    ''"'-���   '���; '  of sons is     h .;  description of the deserter
Yi ir kindly ami    considerate    i's- the m   I  few  da s, and  the chai
Winnipeg, Maj         \   lepntatiou ol      isitlon,             beerful and stimul   - ,-.- th*    *   ntual *  cape of Hop Off are
'    x    ���    ���              enien from all ovei   lng manner, yi      fidelity and selfli remote.
lhl   "' ':     ���   -'i' - we ��� mm,  the fulfilment  of your  dui; B  _���
and waite                   Hanna, thh I   as  a  fellow  worker,   have    end* ir* I ROUGH ROADS.
ting ma i       ou t*        all, and will be a sourc*  ������'	
''  -  ���'         mi-              i              In   i-iiuie.    Sow     hat Automobilist   Complain;;   of   Stat.     cf
retired   from   active   co Highways Between Bellinglia---
'                                     ies<                     erati                       5 a ch* ir, w*    - and Seattle.
the than ever how valu - >	
he C. N. 1       -            -                           vith us has been. Motorists who have been tra\    Mng
l^^^^e__e________________________^^l
10 -ie   c* ild repre- tli       -    loudly   complaining    ol    the
ent        1          ���         oui e teem ati ���  ���    hi I state of the road from
love, 1 id v.-   ���   i��?t thai you will richly lingham   to   Seattle.    They   saj
��� 1,   1   p . 1.....  .
. e ti
en.01    ourwel      irned rest,
Plaintiffs Get $80 Damages from Jos
Tambouline���Check in Evidence.
I
i ���
' 11 ��i!l  Btarl  as usn el
'  Crescent  and  move
- et, then up Eight
nes as    far   as    St,
-  and  then np  Merri-
The barade is si ��� -
^^^^B: o'clock, and all chii-
��� sted io lee- on hand al
1   If they  have  to do
Idday meal, which will
' small consideration to
I
lo
I
' tOts
I
is  day,
1 ! '    Watson ami bis assisi-
fc ��� in volunteered to desor-
Hie- M
je    ���' '   .' ieen a carriage, and, In
11�� ;:   ',r" ������ conveyance worthy
I   ' "''      Highness Miss    Annie
,.ui "wers will  be required.
1,, evergreens and flow-
L,,.,' 'his purpose are re.
" v'"'I them to the central
Friday morning, so that
'���" delay in the decorat-
Considi   a   ���       eres   was evidei
in   ��� he  . as*    �� bii I up  in
county 1 .-. ���      rdai        tin
man- Ki r Milling  Co.,  \ s. J.   I..
Iim-, i:  being one of tho ���   ��� ������ - ption .1
1 .1 -e s   In  which   two ol   Lhe
efiultelj sv.on   lo exai   ���  .
.- al  meuts.    Thi   su 1  wa      1
stituted :������   ''   W   Howay, assl      I
J.  P. Hampton  Hole, on b* ball 0
-1 nckinaii-Ker 1 nmimny    to     ecoiei
damages from J   T ml online fut
Ing i"    ellri 1   SO 1 ins of bai    ,. h
ei iff., clalmi m 1 hej   h id pu    1   -
along  with 01 her fee . giving on
counl   theii   chi ������:.    for    $380.     Mr
Mathcvi s, local manager for the 1
iim ' ompanj   Bwore thai  I he baj   '.   1
hi' n   Included   In   I he  coul ��� acl  alorn
<\illi   l!i"   nil;. ������  :��� i-l.   Which   i !,m
also endoi -*��� I on the check, whil*
Tnmboullne Bwore bhal bay, to hi
knowledge, had m v* r bei n tm ntion* 1
during the contract. Jud re Boli . In
charging the jury, went carefullj o\
all the circumstances, and pointe I
out thai ei slip nf tli i memorj n Igi
-,e-i.. unl for the difference existing be-
t��-ee n the two Btati ments miade *ui
the Btand.
The Jury after .1 Bhorl deliberation
returned a verdicl In fa ven- of
Brackman-Ker Milling Co., awarding
them damages to the amount of $S0.
.1. l). Kennedy acted on behalf 'if Mr.
rambouline.   All the other ca   ������ were
y your well earn* In ,    j fro: Canadian  cities to Bellln
... held li  ���-     he condi'.l  :i       ll   : ni   thai   you  will      ;,;   1     - ������������els are all  that   could
e tracks, des]   ��� ai ti tici     e in praises in     c-slred, but when Bellingham ;- |
vompanj   11 id material thi n ed. the road detei lo  ites into a
n   h    whlcl       1   k&      thi 1       May the choicest of 01     Heavenl     trail tJ      1  b 'he.  woods and   ''--���
I'h greal n :   1 ours      1: is Ing is about the worsl  ���'..nf   coul:
es we absolutely nee* tnr*   of j        llfi   and may wi   ��� ;i        Imagined,    Not only is, the road   1
and   I    ���   cou li ast  shoali dui     Imi   unite   In   the  songs    oi   ''     ol   sti ky mud,   bul   Btumns and   I1'.
:it"ex- ��� as soon 0   ible cellestial choir. ���._���    J ?r<> allowel  to He  across   It   and'ths
rii
tn unit was 11 ��� ' ��� intlnuall*   I
���   .-  ���   . ������ .      ���...,.
Tin       ��� ��� ed    'in
1    citj advan- '
.--.,. ted, it will b   Im
iprativi   1 hal  the coi
i ��� I- . ��� -   ���      ;    e.re
cit ]
,    -��� ig augmei hi
'
\\ 1
' M       I     .
.... leal 1
��� San ��� 1, who     peril
ti ndi i the Ins la I tion 0    hi   \ -1
,-  .-.    . mipan '    ystem, 1 1     ���   n
undi rstood lhat the mai igi n   11
.ee ei ded to ' hi   wi    es oi the n   n
ll  is saiel thai   ��� ���  cticallj    ' ���
���     ,      .    . ��� .       .  e .    .    I        i\    '<
1 C.N.R       II   seen :
1 ial lai ��� tail thi   C. P. R   1   I - ' ''!
���'     if wi ��� .; ���    ��� ���   '    ..   .
and Blni 1 then the bi     ��� ���* ��� !*���  ;  ��� ������   ���
rs hav* -  ���      rhe C N ti
On behalf of the choir;    W. Bant yi. I eonSegdeUC? Il that antes are un,'
president; E. D. L. nnie    secretarv A ' 1 , - .u   ,
" "��� A" '<   iroci 1 I in Borne places m"*111 1    '
Mrs   Hill res    n led to the express
1     In Buita  li   language,   nl-
aid ovei   I hi    mud  and  logs
Many of the owners and driv*   -
1 1 i. c_^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M
,,   pany th     ���    lire - al oul   lun
and th     are waiting    ntl 1 b
: ���   '      * Isiblj : ffect* i bj (he advan ige to drive tin li  machine -    5
unex    cted     oketi    ol eciatiem far as Bellingham and from there take
Nu   cl ! 11 enj ;��� a steamer tee Seattle.   This, of ���   -    .
as  then r.udered, li-. [s .., ��� tltt   besl kind of advertisement
lad -        I-:.  D.  l.e
1 ���   ol hei   da y, and, in      m    ti    u
1,    .!. Trijip, thi I electrli   sti]
1, . nt,   Iel    for i hawnigan     1
��� hi   pm - thoi
I.   ne -.-> hich   :     inderl
will   involve   tbe  expend
telj   fl,000,1 10
Handsome Offer.
1 1    S|    ngs,    Col., Ma:    "
Gen,       lliaj     !    Palme       a ind
1 'olnra '.,-',
Negro Murderer Lynched. ,
I* "-I  to th"  citj   P ind   tfonu
"'     ln'     '���     '���      '           ';'       ment   .al.ey  ;   tli    I     b    Drive
���    "���'���'������������  '"'������'"'  who   y*9te} !'     Pas   1 Bouleva d and adjacen   Iratia.
hoi   .en I sei I ne.-1'.   wounded    Hayd.H
,,���,,    iiiii^iii1111111^^^^^^^^!! - by  E.  P. ,.,;-,  of Seattle could have, and it
B. Lu ib* ���   an I   1 lam to the residents of 'his
olos       ,;       '.'  Ewi -i   ind  tfiss  P        loc -Iii
till.   'I'h Ing's music:'! . nti rtain-
ii" -M  ������     un ler the dlrei tion of Mri
r   ., Postill
isi In
ii an li
 ���   see thai   steps  are  I  I
1 1 effi cl an Improvemenl of the- ���
enl   eondltlons and enable 'i.e.- tout lsl :
to '��� 1     the trip this - imtw
FLOODS   IN   ALASKA.
Wnt��i   Overflows    Banks    and
Danace.   is  r.-red.
11   ���    n   '���    r, Ms
Much
Police  Stop   Prize  Fight.
rla      T       '
sto ip   I  ��� nd  " perso
arrested night w hi n  the    poll ���
311 ver Swan Pleasure club
thaw ,n _.e Tanam, ��� J\Z "C_ ! ^JITTC f^1^
Pearson,   a   prominenl   white   farmer, j T "".T" I    I H   	
was  lynched lasl   nighl   by       ni b        '  ," ,',   "  '"" ' '"' :'!|!' '      In Alaska has assumeTn.n.ZM ""'iTI T"e n"" is ,akt>n as   an'  ^icatim
,'1-    ""'  !nnd embraces   l,5no  acres    , ' '""I'O'iions M,   ,,,,, ,,���, .���|n)i. u,   ,,,      . .
forty unmasked men.    His body win I ,,._.__.__._       ,        . he neighborhood of Tolovana station   �����,_ ""'"���'        1 does not in-
.,... _   _ ,-Kr. -iiu.eui .t,,,,., ,��� .,,,,,w prtze flghtg fo 1(i ,   !
riddled  with  bullets
rl  lhe   negro's
The
home-,
and  is  worth   11    than  $1,000,000
'" "   Monument Valley park alon.- 1 _ti u
^^^^^^^^ from ib" RJo Grande depol for a
whipped  members of his family    ami | |;ul(���, ()(. ,vn n|.|(, . t|p].(h (iM;| ]i||S ,|i,(ii
Improvi l during the last  four yea i
al a cost of $760,000.   Tbe iii rh DHv -
ordered!   them   to  leave   the  country.
Pearson was remonsti itin ���  with  lh
negro about  poor work done on his
Includes   bhe   farao is  Brnin   Inn
I. hall,- .
tre,
; of th.
carria
go.
'i"'1 ' Jceed all form :��� n  Is '
1 he wati '��� has Overflowed the 1 anas
' ' ���'" h tth extent that the teleph-m ���
wires below Fori Gibbon are in -e.
tous danger, For sfeveral .lays th
line ��a< mui of 1 imi ,; sl< a and F nl
Gibbon was cul off from all com-j
���ii���inlcaiiiin with outside points.
The latesl reports say thai the ice
Is Jamming In the rive:- and a   . iod
ilea!  of anxiety Is felt  over what   may
      happen  when   I  break   comes.
Government Offices Remain Her-,    'take a  fall oul ef the    Athletics,    a j second lntern_tion_l peace eoti.0 rou'ro      Tw0 >���ars ag0 "10 wat(,r   reached
It  was ascertained definitelj   thai  Btrong amateur organization   in   Uie  does not open until June 18, ji.act.__l-     e 8ta,ticm at F*��rt Gibbons and caus-
,n..o  la   rtlisnlntplv   nn   foiindafinn   for e Termlnnt eltv   but   ol   lln. Indl mnln^nt    l��   nil iv,��  .i,.���i....i.i_   i._._. .      i 6d   serious   damage   lo    points   faTthe"
The principals wen released on boni>*
Of $400, while sp.ctators were re-li 1 I
on $200 bonds.
	
adjourned till the nexl  Ji-ttlng of the    Local baseball fans were disappolnt-
court. ' ' yesterday by the Vancouver base
farm when  Harris fired several shots   ""��""��>����'   """^  ��"in   inn   and
into his body. "'"''  M0U",,;"   ;:';,il'  in  :"hUr]����  1"
 [                      I numeroua other trails   of prominenl
I scenic  interest.
[Rates Go Up.
runners.    A  local  Vain  was slated  toi     The  Hague,   May 7.���Although    the
; take  a   fall out  of the    Athletics,    a   second inlonia,tional  peace conference
Med.M|
Examination.
down.    This year it   promises to surpass thai record.
llotrei-   	
_|(].r (j, ' ���    The   examination
;!.. | ' Wedlcal i �� |el    . en��d
n
Plll.le
ton
- writing on th
'rom many diH< pi n
of 'im world.
there Is absolutelj ne, foundation for Terminal city, but ai the last moment ly all Uie desirable hotel accommod.i-
the report that the government agent's . message was received from the Van- tion have been taken ai four timed
office Is to be moved from 'bis city couver club's secretary, notifying the [the usual rates. The American dole-
The following messa local men thai the game was off, as'ffatlon will reside ai a hotel near t_<
the R icreation park could noi be ee- palace of the --. u en without Bervlce or
cured    for   the evening.   The   boys   food, will cest $2G0 dally,   Not much
.._  ... practiced as usual lasi nighl an,] have   has yet I      nplished In the ��a iv
Retu   ed   onfgh   from practicaHy decided to Journey over 1o of preparing the g     t Knights* hall cl   li���������" ������' " I! ""  ** l'"l!"*I,i'' '
know il    ' ": '���   '���  v.eneouwr on Saturday and have __,. r i the Binnerh I  wh re thi i sessions v it'  n . '��� a m , tt8 irova
-.        0.TATi:0W. I revenge for fhe cfelay. lh, h_i_ ���eM��oiw.��lHithe dread disease.during the first three
Must Drink Alone.
Jefferson City, Mo., .May 7. ' i
house yesterday passed a bill prohibiting agents of distillers and brewers from obtaining dram shop licenses.
The Carter anti-treating bill, prohibiting the treating of liquors on Die
day bt a genera] election or primary
was passed and will go to the governor for bis signature.
lee   Vani'"I H      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
., .    ', Gifford, ��M
P.   P.  from   the  mini 1
presiding.   There 1 1 -   Hon   R   0   fat]  .      Victoria, M
New Vancouver-Tacoma Service.
Tacoma, May 7.���The Canadian Vi-
; ciflc  railway   line  has established  a
I new steamship service between    Mils
place and   Vancouver,   B. C,  adding
Bubonic Plague  Raging.
Valparaiso,  Chile,   May  7.���At   \n     ,,..���.<- hjhj   v��uic��irver,   h. C,  ftddln
m  where  the bubonic  plague I the str.i__.bip Ramona to the run .<
ls raeln*_  thof_ _._____^^^^^^a���    < tween the two cities.    The steams!-i:
-
Waialeale is the only vessel new on
the run.
\ THE   DAILY   XEWS.
WEDNESoiY
0>-
I'yi
MISSION WORKERS
DISCUSS DETAILS
INTERESTING ADDRESS HEARD
AT THEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE.    SYNOD  CLOSES.
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
3.ti Hastings St. Vv-., Vancouver.
Bookkeeping. Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand. Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always ix Demand.
,        R. J. SPROTE, 8. A, Principal   ,
t I
The evening session of the Theological conference in the Wesl Presbyterian church yesterday was brieflj
j devoted to the missions and their
work in foreign la nils, and some Interesting discussions were heard rrom
several of the reverend gentlemen
presi nt. The Rev, W. !.. MacRae, of
Golden, until recently a misisonary in
Trinidad, gave an address on tbe
foreign mission outlook, and having
.- ti tched the situation throughout .he
n oi 1.1, gave a vivid picture oi the i e-
ligious condition of the British Empire.
His remarks throughout were lllus-
trati el with charts and showe l some
interesting though deplorable comparisons. \il denominalions in Can I i
give   ee foreign mis -1 m     mly .OS per
hea I,  �� iiii -  for  drink    and    to!v	
$10.50 per hi ad, is spent. Rev J. S.
Henderson led tli.- discussion, followed by tin- Rev. Mr. Nugent, of Ujain,
India, the details of which were lis
ened to with mai ke I inten st, To-
English   Watchmaker is the close of the session the oi  -
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer    ���"'H:l1   ��'as   made   tha1   the S-vaod   sem1
oul   a  special  missionary  of its own
Ladies'Gold Watches  from $12.75 up.   the estimated cost of which won],] he
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open   $16   per congregation,  and   would   I
l:""' $5,0��- ! fully sufficient to defray.the necessarj
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,   double
rase. $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to    the   Wellman      Al   the   morning  session  the   H-\.
Arctic- Expedition.    All warranted. Prof. Jordan,  I). D., Kingston gave a
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc. masterly address on "Assyriologj aud
Watch   repairing;    charges   reason-   the Old Testament."   The profess..-'.
ilble- '  lisi ription  of  the   life  and   habits of j
" "    "  the Assvrians was full of Interest, and
i
Westminster '''s remarks 'ui  iin' ancienl  hierogly-
I phics   and    Inscriptions    were    well
worth hearing.
Professor Wiener, M   A . B. D., Sua
Anselmo,  Cai.,  nexl   favored   the  a-'-
' '*fice 'Phone Is..      h_t_  fnone 137   sembly   wit  han   absorbing   discours
Columbia bt. on the "Present Status of N'ew Tesi i-
ment Criticism." During the afternoon
Qaggage delivered promptly to _ny session the following committee vas
part ct the city.
F. CRAKE
expense, without reducing in any way
the ordinary missionary revenue,
Transfer Co.
appointed  to  make  arrangements  Cor
the conference n*-x' year.   Rev,  I. M.
Light and Heavy Hauling i
Office���Tram Depot
Notice to Housekeepers.
	
We are  putting on the
market today
A Large 12-ounce
Bottle of Furniture
Polish for 25 cents.
There is no better Furniture Polish than this
made, ancl the price is
about half what others
cost.
Millar. Nanaimo, convener, Rev, T. .1.
-a -e. Nelson, .1. R. Robertson,
Revelstoke, A. J. MacGlllivery, Vancouver, and .1. S. Henderson, ST_w
Westminster, which committee wM
meet today to outline the work for the
ensuing year.
CATALOGUES   ARE   OUT.
e ,-:___...
' ESSE
We have too all the other house
cleaning necessities, such as Silver
Polish, Gasoline, Ox Gall Soap, Household  Ammonia, etc.
Curtis' Drag Store
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE    POPULAR    TRANSCONTINENTAL    LINE.
Hun tii n_,   Through    Fii      la      Pull
man, Tourii I and Dining Cai    daily,
Atlantic expre  ��� leaves at  13: lb.
Seal tie and : oinl - sou '.. -���.   \
Lest   or  City   uand    is   !N_w   Heady���
IVlany   Parcels   Qffe-ed.
The list of lots to ie offered for
sab- by the corpoi .e.l'ea of I In- cil!
of New Westminster on Saturday, Mai
IS, in the council chamber, cltj bail.
has jusi been issued from the press,
and may be had em application to the
city treasurer.   Only a limited number
nf copies have been Issued, and p	
; le intereste I will have- .ee be on bun 1
early it' tbey mean to gel hold of tne
e italogue. The list gives the location
ee I he land offered for sale, the term -.
which are half casb, balance six
months al 6 per cent. Interest, and fhe
upsel price of each block offered, Th.
upset price is the amount owing ���"
Mixes, and Is in every Instance far
below the actual value of ; he land.
The hlghesi   pii ce of  property  included   in  the   lisl   i-   'in-  old  power
house  site,  which   is   listed  n    $.0 in
This lane] |a city property, the ��� mn
cil  ha\ ii, ��� dec! led  some time ago '������- -
lispose of It.   There  ire a rew Ijloel ���
listed   : om  $inotj   to   ._��..,   bui
n . |orii -. of parcels ha ro, a       illei upsel price, ranging anj wh< re from   .  n
to  $300,    This    sab-   i-  expected    to
iring a large ai ini ol   nitside ca dial
Into the city, en intrles ha\ ing I ci n
received from many eastern [daces.
n
EMPRESSES
l-'or other particulars appl;  to
TEACHERS MAY  STRIKE.'
K. J. COYLE. i:i>. OOULEi".
A-  (;-  ''���  A. Agent   r I'.".,   ultimatum   Issued    to    Board-Salary
Vancouver.        New   Westm nstei Increase Wanted for Next Year.
A I LAH I IU   0 ItAmOnll 0   the Canadian Collegiate institute have ''
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.   Issued  an  ultimatum,    setting    fort.ti
==FINEST   AND   FASTEST=   why they   should be'granted   an in-1
crease In salary, according to a fixed
scale. As only two months of the Herein school year remains, they do not
CHILDREN'S
SHOES
WE are now talking CHILDREN'S SHOES.   We can
safely say we have never before placed on the
market such an array of Children's Shoes as we
are showing1 this season.    Below mentioned are a few of
the lines received this week.
Misses' Ribbon Tie Slippers in  Patents, White Canvas
and Chocolate Kid.
Misses' Patent Leather Blucher Cut Lace Boots    the celebrated "Classic Shoe."
Misses' Barefoot Sandals���Made of Russia Calf- latest
improved style on the market.
Children's   White  Canvas   Shoes    Children's  Sandals
and Children's La^e and Button Boots, in Tan and
Black.
Infants' White Canvas Sandals, sizes 2 to 5, are the correct tiling this season.
Let the Children  Have  Comfortable Summer Shoes
We ask the opportunity of proving to you our ability to
fit children's feet correctly.
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE STORE
New Westminster,   -   B. C.
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE &  edmox,
ters and solid        ... !l'-"i
Columbia   Btreel,   ���- ' "" B_
W.  J.   \VI.,!,.s,,',.    ;e    , :   -.
'UilS.
M'<   -I- P.  HAMP1
��*     '.,-   nl   the
Canadian   Danl    _    ,
in...   Columbia ��_!.
office, New  Westn
loan.
M u,i;v
M
ARTIN,  WEAR!   &  M.QthBrid
barristers, solicitors etc     ?'
Bees:   \ew Westmi
corner  Clarkson  and  Lo ie stre.,7.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 21 415 Ir*'
villo street.    J.seph Martin 1       '
W.  Weait, W. <;. McQuarrie h_
Bourne.    Mr. Martin -,,*_ |)Q ,''.;l
Westminster  offii ea  e ���-: .  F,-i,iav ,
ternoon ��� a>
HOWAY,  REID  &  BOWES, Barm
tern,   solicitors,   ei      12  i,,^,
Btreet,  opposite   Co ��� ... {z I
Westminster.    A. Whealli     p.o 5
241.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister__i
Solicitor, Guichon    . n���, Colonel
tie and McKenzie Bti eets, .New \\es-.
minster. 0  C.
ce sinai
W. MYERS GRAY,
an.l Notary Public,
1 s'.t 1 at New We il
fl ---re remove I to Cn ciart
Bon   street, opp - ;���; ...
P.0   Box 169.   T* ephone 64
WE.   UANSFi
���    So'fcitor, e 1
, orner     Colum ii |
streets, New We p
BOARD OF TRADE.���\ w  '.'���.- -I
Bter  B lard of Ti ade
Board Room, i'i'-. . 1
Second  Wednes la; _on_l
Quarte.ly meetlnf I
Wednesday    of     Fe " I
August  and   Novem ��� p _l
Annual  nte. ting 1   on   I f
Wednesday     of     Eel ru iry,    Xrr|
members   may   be       posed
electeil nt any month        ,.::': |
meetisg.   A. K, \Vh*'e, Sec,
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9. A. F, i A. wl
���The    regular    meeting    I   I <|
is   helei   un   the   First   V. ���;-.  - ��� ���
each month, at 8 o'cl ick p. m., \
the Masonic Temple So|our_<|
brethren are ci i diall    i I
tend.      Dr.  W.  A. DeWolf S_:: ,
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, ������_. 17._��
P, & A. M.- Regulai ci mmui A
tions of this lodge are held on I
second Tuesday in end month n
Masonic Temple, nt 8 |j. m. v..l
lng brethren  are :���������'������{
to attend.    I).  W. Gilchri3t, Si
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY. S: -:\
R.    ii.    K.    of    l .   m* ta
Friday    of    each        mth,   ;
p.   in.,   in   Orange       I, < "���
Royal  avenue  an :   7t    Btreel
journlng Sir  Knighl I   cord
vlted to attend.    W. E, Dunloi   |
P.; .1. Hood, Reg
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE, NO.
���Meets   in   Orange  ball B      \
mini Friday lu each moi b
tn.    Visiting ten- hren .
Invited t.i atten I.    W   P I
James Humphrey, U-    S
I. 0.  0. F.���AMITY  LODGE. NO. I
The regular meetings of
are held In Oddfelleu
bla  street, every   Mon
at si o'clock.    Visil ng
dially im Ited to atten i   S ''-',:'\
X G.; C. s. Richn on I  V ,;   v |
Coatham, R. S.;  J. '���'    "   ''
F. S.;  Alex   A i ims,  I -
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE N*|
��� MeetingB the flrsl an I thli I   "1
dav   In    each    month,     ' ! 1
brethren cordially Invii ���! '���   v I
Lodge room. A. 0. V. ' I
fellows'   block,  Clarks ���   sti      I
;->. Corrlgan, recot lei.   l^uls'
master workman.
-Ost   OP   C0LUMBIA    LODOE Nj
i'o,   SONS  OF   ENGLAND. B. M
,':,-.| R is*; Degree *.. ��� '   8
Fourth   vVednesil iy of ea
In   K. of  P.  11       ' J
s i- m , wiiii- i: ���    ' |
Wedneadny    In    e J
time and place    Vh .   .1
cordially    Invited ;,..L
ei.inii-. Pres., ll. D  '      ""'Z-A
COURT BRUNETTE. No, 4095,1 -;'
���Meets the Fourth Friduj ���- 1
month at 8 o'clock, In i-;'/.'i
hall, Oddfellows' bloi ���; |
bi
ti
Maxwell, R. S.
null. Oddfellows uio-_. , ,
brethren arc cordially Invliw1"]
tend.    .1.   M.   Rushte '���   ''��� H"
18,000   (EMPRESS  OF  BRITAIN ) 14,500
H. Po*er .EMPRESS OF iu__ani>.     TONS lnsisl "" ;|" increase    this year, buti
thej  make it very plainly understood
Next sailing from Quebec, May 31st, ;,,-,,. ,
��� in tli'-n- iililnialiim lhal next  vear must
lor other dates and particulars of re- ���. ,      , ,     ,,.,   , ,, ,,,
' see a salary Increase.   Whal thev will
ducton.-i in fares, apply io ������ ,��� .,,_ , , . ,. ,    ... I
11 ��� do it the demand is not complied wllh
ED. GOULET, |s uncertain���a    strike    may    result.
C. P, R. Agent. The teachers' demand  Is as  Follows: I
Agenl  for all Atlantic S.S. companies Principal, $1,800; specialists, or heads
 ���-���  of departments, $1,400; assistant Bpe-
ADVERTI3E  IN THE DAILY  NEWS, cialiats,  $1,100;   assistants, $1,000.
Charges Against Minister.
Cayuga, May 7.- The Methodist
church in ilii.~ town will be the scene
of a big trial to-day. Tho judge will
in- Rev, K. <!. Kllioii of Waterlpo, presldenl of the Hamilton conference, nnd
live pastors of this district vOll constitute ilu- Jurors, Tin- main defendant
Is Rev, .1. ii. li.-. ke, lhe pastor of ho
church, ami againsi hlm thore are half
n  dozen charges,    Alex.Mltchell, one
nl iho church officii Is.lald lhe charges
Rev. Mr, Dyke, |n turn, has   lal I    a
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA,N**
.-
Westminster Iren Worts
charge againsi  Rev. Mr. Mathers, lla--
ersvllle, eh,- districl  president.     Tha
charges against Rev. Mr, Dyke are defamation of character, falsehood, el* - GENERAL MAOMin.i and kisuinb
celt,    mul-admlnlstratlon,    Indiscreet WORK.
and disorderly conducl In the church SHIP SMITHING, BKlUUW and
��� STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Tho city butchers will shortly    ,i ,- L, 0rna'"en|-'d   Iron   WorK,  including
1* ences, Gates, Fire Kseapes   ofc
lh" |)r,c  meatB    wln8 "' ""' ��� Mail orders and corrGsponflenoe In
city of heel' cattle and the heavy pi; :*
vlted.
n-leeel   ley   lartni-is   wno  nave   Had   lo
winter their cattle during the Be*   .
vo ither,   The Increase lu the    pri -.���
will be nil!:,  tern iorai   . and 11 nol ex-
I'ected to last ove    , month or. so,      advertise in the daily news
JOHN REID,
BEOBIM SiKi-.i', f.
New W�� it minster. Vt 0_ 474
A. O. F.���The regul
this Lodge are held on the
and Fourth Tuesdays ol enci
at n p. in. Ir. the Oddfello��
Visiting Brethren are ';"r' '���,. ��� I
vlted to attend.   E. l - 1
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
" ~~~       - te1*!
the ROYAL TEMPLARS OF J
perance meel everj v';;;-i.,,-i
at 8 o'clock p. tn., m 0l1:'vl;iti��J
Hall, Columbia street. ,|
Brethren are cordially ^vR"Bri/J
tend, Goo. llurr, S. Ci -N- "'
Sec.
80N3 OF SCO. LAND BBNBf'JJ
80CIATI0N, LORD OFT
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the F
iin'i-
Third Tuesday of every      ,|(,
K.   of   P. Hall.     John   ��
Chief; J. J. Forrester, !���"���
I EDME8DAY, MAY 8, 1907.
v.3N
THE   DAILY   NEWS
yyHEK  GOING EAST     ���
*   *   a��   a��   *   f,
���    ���.��.���
*#���*#.      .       *     ��.
���   ������   ���   -4   * ���* ���* ���*
I  ���".   AGENT
I   rr t " *: PRANCE AND JAPAW
..jOE NORTHWESTERN LINE"   . iiiv'l       ILHlCli..
[E BEST O!    mi  MARK   I
 '.   I lay in tin
EEN
<*
���
:  ANNOUNCE AGREEMENT
Vj:::-?;!::s. St. Paul
}.~.i Chicago
WESTER!*
���������:���:    and best
NVENI]       :
It   is   lighted   with
e - thl
raii     in
t   consist!
��� ��� mi nt   cars,   stai
��� pi rs   luxurio
���   car;     seat*
.   ��� - -   and   buffi
ars,
rani
��� m  call  on    ���     ���   ���
W. PARKER.
��� '��� - RAL AGE '   .
"Vvenui   Seattle   \
���
*
���\ I
rm   n
RYALL'S DRUG STORE:
*���*****. * * 4
* A   *   ������ f   �����   a   *.
���* *. �� *        *        *~r* * *
..' "������
.        I
"The Milwaukee"
.--.  |   -���-    Limited"   St.  Pan
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
"South    West     Limitet '
. -y to Chicago
r    -y I    ; (��� e    I     ' ',    any
railroad       1 that  eqi
that pf the C
.-���   Paul  Railway
perati   theii ������-.-.
���-    n alll their trains ai
���   ��� ~   - -   -   ence   of
��� ���   nabl��  elsewhere
_   ROWJE. Genen    ' . -. - I
P rtlan  .   >i
BULLETIN im**m*-',.
Great Northern Railway"
V. W. & > . R\ .
'������"���'     INVOLVES     '
' UNCIATION  OF \_W  MONROE
TRINE.
���.'���������'��� ei       i lie
'
Bn in ��� .     . ,i,-
May Day Wants
can be well supplied by us.
We have ] .e   thing the Wee Ladies would
want from
HATS   TO    HOSIERY
Th<   irices ar< hai everyone will be
sfied.
the White House
w
% A
:��� . \
H
275 Columbia St.   W
i
-     C ':   ENTAL   - M  "ED"
���D;       0v<    and Tr<    - ��� _
i   -
S    '
x '  ���   ��'��� ��� B. C.
US,.
��� ��� ���   -      ��� Sti Sc-i
45    MILLIONS
Tli AT IS YOUR  SECURITY
WHEN   . BANK  V   TH
'      The	
i
ROYAL BANK cf CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS   OVEfi ... 45,000,000
����-    �� 1 J,
I    \G   ST'.ANGE   FISH.
\\. ������ -. md pay interest I imes
The Corporation of the City of
fie falls & Northern Ry Co.
ten & fl. Sheppard Ry. Co. New Westminster
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
".-'. rail  T   .;tc   between   all
I  -������ ���  it,  west and south to  K iss-
-. and intermediate p   nts
'  -1   I ant ������'. th the Great
'���  rthern I'..   I . 0. R.
t Ri --'.ind with the Can-
Railway   for   Be undary
���
���-   at    Meyers    Falls    with
ly for  Repul-
-- rvice   on   trams   betv ��� en
.- !   N'elson.
��� f    Sunday,     November     to,
'
Le ������ Day Train Arrive
....  Spokane   ....715 p.m.
:--: ; m Rossland  ....410 p.m.
.... Nelson   6 45 p.m
H. A.  JACKS. IN
Northern
Pacific
Three
Trcinscontinental
Trains Daily
i ravel on the Famous
, "NORTH Coast LIMITED"
ghted train.    Low Rates.
Quick "1    ���. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
St* 11   h r Tickets 1 n sale to all 1 uro-
pean i��
Special    Reduced    R..tos    Ro_ie_    Trl.
Rate-s  to   Southern   California,
r'���'���    nformtion call on or write
��� K. LANG, General Agent,
-m St., Vancouver, B. ('.
A. I), ril HILTON,
Portland, Ore.
Will Offer For Sale by Public Auction, on
Saturday, May 18th,
at 2 \i. rn., in the Coi i   l.Cl   ruber, City H ." .
ABOUT 200 LOTS
including beautiful RESIDENTIAL LOCATIONS, FACTORY and
INDUSTRIAL SITES, and a few pieces of choice acreage.
Tho title is INDEFEASIBLE and the taxes are clear to
December 31, 1907.
A map showing the exact location of each lot to be
offered for sale has been prepared al the CITY HALL, and
may be consulted at any time during of] ce hour's, wh* re
CATALOGUES may also be obtained.
Mi -     ���-,-   A       frs    Discover    Unki    ' '
Species Shaped Like Walrus.
\ Maj  ".-A (
.     i le
nee      the Grey Ro* -   -
\ wain
app* ���      ������
even the    ' emu
iin*
-��� ., . ���-    The*     m e wate
i  ope
....     !.. , ��� one i
_ v ash In his \ party
r the beach 1 en .<*"
���    -    . ,       .      ;. cha ���  ed
cr.atn
���- \\ i     VI
i��� ��� i, chi - i.i   i.
rht-y went i     \
- . d     JUKI
���
F. 9. LYLE,  Manager.
M   '     m   Evening.
er   h*
(il  M
a iven on Mond      evening at the
.   uf M |      .       fhird av.i
i an int* am was n
di red.,    I he  ��� n nln_   -   - ��� ��� :   v
;   ��� im| vM
TERMS OF SALE���Half cash, balance hi 6 months at 6 per cent.      ,    , KV
. Whil*      M       Vile e KI* km  n chai
ilie-  audi ii. '���    w itli   :i   iel* cl	
Pnber.  while Mi 3,  I.H   Dlat ond   wl,
was In ��� m!i H'Hei > olee, con      u    II.*
choie -   moi i i-M    ' i il*. Thai   w e "��� " i
Wi ...   Maylni ," w i ��� a u ii f  I i perfect I n
r_. J   Itoai li an I Miss Lei* la    Tl ���
.Wm minslei * llee Quai lett* . * omp
eef    MeSBrB     I'eeee :.    if... he,    Stltlll rl     111
and   Bilode ui,  n ndi re*J    a   |i""1 n
i selei i lon entitled     *  Calastrophe" li
;e  ninnner ��blch    h nnghl    down  II
ii      Others takln      irt In ll      in
��� ��� i'i>   were  Mi       \ Ima   I evi la     Nil -
I'eele    nnl  M'     Wnl    n      : I	
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATERPROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
JUST TO HAND.     EVER? PAIB WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-oul Sale of Odd Linos at giving away price?.
S<;' our Window and Door,
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
i Wi _��_���_ wwdat-pt iiT t&m ������**__���
N. H. McQUARRIE,
City Treasurer.
REFRIGERATORS
SCREEN DOORS
�����
FDV saw
Llil W
Our Refrigerators have perfect air spaces
surrounding the entire refrigerator.
We have Zinc and Enameled Lined Inside
Screen Doors and Windows.
i
-. ia brought to a clo chei
ll| ,-' e
The Schaake Machine Works,! m.
NEW   WESTM INSTER, B. C.
unpin* j mm
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston, T\   J.   TRAPP   &   CO.
Curtain Stretchers
Call  and see US.
different  kinds.
Al
r"i an   i,. principal business centers of I
WNTARlo, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
* t0 BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
'JADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA'jX,
' Gen'l Passenger ami Ticket
u" ��� 135 Adams St.?Chicago, III.
I imiltil
Bank of Montreal
Vboul   Mi" p   fi" hi h    ���    ���    ' ii
(ll|g    i  .   I, |r)|1 M- ,    ,- ��� ||-   111
i.ir in      if piacln    eli     rlc II. li    | - ���   ���
In   po Ition      '< '
im-.e i"   ii    talti n     -: m.
route . h  .-.' |  I  iiropi      linpe, I
Bhuvlnga  inn ic I, !"m   nollilitt    rn_i
The h ile    -���      Illl In I><���    tround
menace lo lhe i lilldi i n In Uii   n I
liorhood, mui no rurthei steps are In
Ing taken to .reel th*   polea    Chlldn ���
i living lu Ihe vi- Inlty are ni t nil       '
to go oul iiii the Btreet, owing lo (hi
tlangi r of their falling Into I hi bb holes,
bui in spite of n'i (jrecautlons, bo ii
youngster  may  tall  in and    a    iiital
acckleni have to be ohronlded,   h Is
up iei those responsible to gel ini<��-.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
A>
ESTABLISHED 1X17.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
BUCKSMITHING.
- fht out the Blacksmith-
of it. ii. Benson, I will
Hotel Guests.
Guichon���Mr, and Mrs, Brown, Van- i
eottverj  J, ,i.  twcArtnur, utiftwa;   u.
oneti,  Vancouver; .���. _���. tiutpninson,
Branches throughout Canada and New foundland, and  In   London,  England,   Victoria;  P. A. Rowe,. Vancouver;  il.
New York, i'������      i and Bpo  ine, U.S.A., and Msxlco City,    A Gen    Massey, Vancouver,
eral Banking  Buslne     Transacted. Wladsor-^-S.   Mr-Donald.    Nlcoroei;
Letters of Credit Issued, available wltl  correspondents In nil Dflrts of the [ James McManus, Winnipeg; .1. T. Mo-
-,  ,:-i,i. Mantis, Winnipeg;  .Mr.  Menzles, Si!- !
II;,. |
���   ee  ilf his o._"custom-   Savings Bank Department    Deposits received In anms of $1'and upwards,
id at 3 per cc.t, per annum (present rate) added
, as new one's     Horseshoe
1 '   -' :lalty,
H. M. KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
four times a year.
Tot��i Assets   i   -  IMS. - in0-
S .v,    VESTMINSTBR BRANC if
G   T>. BRYMNER, Manager
verdale: P. S, Colmes, rent, Huron.
Colonial���A. il. Wampler,   London,
Ont.; D, Adams, Umdon, .1. wnii
Winnipeg; ('. D,  Brown, Golden;   W,
VI   '' ; *��� r, Langley,
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION! I
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining,  j
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
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ADVERTISING  RATES. which favors the Toronto street  rail-
Transient   display   advertising,   10   way at the expense of the city, seems
cents ier line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
the   inch.      Five   cents   per  line   for  l '   '    '   ���
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold  face type, 20
cents   per  line, brevier  or  nonpareil,
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or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
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for less than 25 cents.
SILENT SMITH'S   MILLIONS.
More   Theories   of  Legacies   Given   to
Relatives Made Public.
.New  York,  -May   7.���.fust  how    the
man:,  million dollars of James Henry
Smith (Silent), who died in Japan in
March while on a tour of the world,
I are to be distributed probably will bo
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office    A22
B2.   made known late today,   li Is planned
Night   Office
<m^Mu
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8.  1907.
IN A R'NG FENCE.
Wi are afral I lhal the policy n hich
Mr. Bovi ser, K C, M. P, P., and s (onto Utot nej -(i*'tie-i-,-i!. announced to
his mstituents a few nights ago, cannol . ell escap ��� the \ Ig iron -. if nilg ir,
classification "hoggish."'    Mr   Bowser
was   understood  to  be   speaking   -tor   la��der  l      ' '   ' '
self and partners"���the partners being
the other niemlx rs of Vancouver's .- il-
iel five and Uie- Hun. F. I.. Carter-Cotton, member for the rural constituency
which surrounds Vancouver. The policy announced by the budding Attorney-General was briefly thai Vancou-
to read tin- will al  the Fifth  Avenue
mansion aft.r the  funeral.
There have- been conflicting reports
a> in Mi" distribution of the estate!
which  is estimated  to  be  valued al J
more than $50,    bul   the   mk>~i
gen* rail; 'accepted reporl Is that   I he
imi!, of Mu- estate  >* ill go to Oi ������ - ��� '
i;.' Mas.en. eef Aber ieen, S.D., a nephew
of the deceased.
The-    widow   lee   whom    Smith       was ;
married  September 15 last, and  who
was   formerly   Mrs,   William    Rhl'ie- j
Is bequeathed   $4,000,000, while   Lad)
Mary   Smith   Cooper,   a   sister,   it   is
said,  is  in  receive $2,000,000.    Other
relatives havi   bei n    generouslj
memhered.
There  have   heen  statemenl
to*
$1000-".    room   cottage, i    block  $2650-n   acres, close  te' city  <>n
iVoin   car,   . l~-a  cash, balance      main road,   I acres    cultivated;
- '"- years.  g00d   .,,,,,,,,  and   harn,  u   frun
$1300   Small  cottage,  lol in  fruit, |    trees;  small   fruits,  small  creek
1 Lots of Money in Buildinj
Houses, but you need such Lots
as these to build on:
$250  cash, balance  small    payments.
$1500���New 5 room house on C -
lumbia street, modern conveniences;  easv terms.
$1250���.. room house K* iry street,
lot in lawn, house i:i good repair.
$1500���."".   room   cottage
in fruit, terms .-as.-..
lOtS     .eli
runs through.    Terms easy,
$2100 ���20  acres,  2  all cleared,   v
acres slashed, 30 fruit trees, small
i
orchard, good outbuildings. 1   1-'-'
storey dwelling, small creek runs
through land; 1-2 cash, balance
easv terms
��� thes
$2150���A   9   room house  with   all ; $3000   20 acres, 10 icres cultivated
conveniences, .en  city   car   line,     and   10  acres  seeded   down;  "���'���>
lot   50x150,   good   stable;   $1400      f].(|i,   I:i������     ,.A ,���ing   .,���.,   ���ine
cash, balance $10 per month.
  hen houses, on main road; ;
$3150���A modern 5-room cottage on :     arranged.
Agnes  street, corner lot   66x132,
grounds    beautifullj     laid    oul j
$1500 cash, balance eas $2400���12   acres   all   cleared    and
2 Full size lots, mi Belmonl street, facing south, close to Slxtl
$350 each, with terms.
il  Full si/e lot, close to Sixth street on Seventh avenue for $29
.1 lots, close i" Columbia street, In Sapperton, facing easl   i.
J       for $125 each.
110 lots on Twelfth sire*';, car line. Cor $2400: $600 cash Rill
lots facing south, on Fourth avenue, Third  street, all clean
each.
12 lots on  Queen's avenue, very close to Queen's Park foi $900,
HALE & LANE, Real Estate Ag
248 Coiumbia"St.,;NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Phone   335 p. o   H���K
ents
<!(>,.
$2800���Modem  dwelling   on   Roj il
cultivated   1   r*  -m rtw 'llii
I
ver must have everything sin- wanted,
and must have il of the best. Reciting the votes of money in this year's
estimates, Mr. dowser claimed credU
(for self and partners) for obtaining
all Vancouver needed at the moment.
and  assured   his  applauding audi, irs
that
more than one will is in existence, but
the Duke of Manchester, who with his
wife was with ihe- touring party vho
accompanied Smith and his bride, has
disposed of these rumors. He announced that he knew of no will other
than the- een,. made by Smith in Scotland two days after liis marriage. The
duke   was  also  emphatic    In  stating i
that there would be no dispute anions
laj   at   th.-  feel   o�� then- constituents
���..,_.���,,,���,,,       .,     ...     , ,      , Smith's  relatives over the    distribu-
mosl abundanl spoils obtained by their
raids   upon  the   provincial   treasury.   ,10n o( ,he i"'��ilprt-v-
The norma] school now. the university
by and by; a tram line to Point Grey      ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
���not  at Vancouver's expense, nor :>t
<ihe expense  of the  land  speculators      .���, ,, ,,   ,.
1     "" The summer service on the IJ. C. I_.
into whose- pockets it would pour dol-   ���     ,-,     ������ -,,..-,
, , , ' Ti. city  lines will  start in about   	
lars,  hut  at the- expense of the pro- ,   ��� .��� ,
week.-   time, or as soon as the tracii
vmce;  the new renin house to he the     , ,   ���      ,  -,
...        ,   .,,. K at   present   being   laid as  far  as   Ji<
finest building in the province, except-   ,- ,-,. , ��� , ,   ,  .,-,
' '      distillery road is completed. The com
ing only  the parliament   buildings;��� -,, ���    ,-,
,. -   ���       pany will institute twenty minute ser-
!l" se are a  few of ilu- items  in tii*.     , , mi
vice,   and  passengers   will   no   lons.r
I rogramme  pul   before the people hv   , ,        ���       , ,   .
, , ei" have to  suitor  thii   inconvenience ol
' 11    gentlemen named, , , , ,    ,
.. , ��� transferring cars al  Leopol ! place, .-.���;
Pi iple elsewhere in British Colum-     ,, -,, ,. ,   ���
,..,,., all  ears will run direel to their u ������-
bia��� elsewhere    meaning to a  large    ���
tination.
extent,  bui  nol  exclusively   the con- ���'
sti     ncies    represented    bv    Liberal      The bifi attraction    al    :!'"    "���"���"'
members���people, we    sav   win now   il""-~"'  tllis   week    is    "'"   Wlllldms
understand whv i, is that the Govern-   0rlSinal Dixil' ���,'"'i1"" Singers', n com-
em is "unable" to undertake certain'pan:   "! artists havlng the "nes1 '
... ..��� ,  ,,, _,, ,. , .       ,    .        Quartette in America.    Seats are now
-  i    1 tn make   certain    desir  l
.,  ....     ... ..     . on sa:.-  al   Ryall s  drug  store at   thi
rnSl   es,    1:   he- farmer "t Surrey has
to paj road toll on his way to market,   followIng  i;";"";ir  prices:   nrty cen's
lei   him console  himself with  the re-     !servert' thirty-five cents parquel and
.,      ,,     ,-,,., twenty-five ''ents for ehilelren.  Seats
-    the  I u ade ot    the new
an   ;.t preseni selling rapidly, and, as
house it; Vancouver will hea.-   ^  /nterta,nmen|   w���,   hl.  ,.������������,,.���
���-.������:������   ill beholders; it' school rates .
under the  auspices    ol     the    Queens
the runt   taxpa er, h-t  him re-   . ,,    ,    ,.      .       .   ..    _ _   _
Avenue Methodisi church, the S. ft. ().
tai ii is necessary to bonus    .      . ,
��� .      sign is  expected  to  in-  m  evidence
anv to build a tram   to   rom:        .   ,    ,,
��� arly in the evening,
Cl       that land speculators maybe en- _.., ���        .,,..
led to maki a good rakeofT, and that, (
��� ���  an l by, the commuters may ride al
* as'e t<   luxurious suburban hom ��� .
Lei the grumblet s mai e a 111 tie cal-
e ul tion, and the.\ will see how impos-
ll  -.voahi be for the governm 11
avenue  near  Eighth   street,   1-2 j    " <'' uildlngs
cash, balance easj   tei ins ���
$2600- i; room cottage on Agnes
street, all modern, corner lot,
1 ine in reai. I -2 cash, balance
in 1  and 2 years,
$2000���ii room house, all con ni-
ences, lot 64x164, all iti fruit;
$1000  cash,   halance  $15  per mo.
at r inged,
$1600���ii room . . , ., on Vr''.'.
avenue, corne;- [0! 82x132, Ifine
;n rear, $650 c isi. ' alance easj
terms,
$1CC_ i ��� acres all Improve
pi 1 igh* i. '��� ��� : $250 cash bt
it   -   on  terms I 1 -suit,
$25.0 --1 - acres, . lai I am soil;
12 act es hlghl . iltii tied, 10
readj for the plough, goo i house,
I arn in ! out buildings, ct eek runs
through lan !;   terms  reasonal li
FIRE   INSURANCE
If your   house,   furniture   or other property is nol   Insured, giv(
us a call.    We represent the following leading insurance * impanics:
HARTFORD  CO.,   (Incorporated         1310
CONNECTICUT CO.,   (Incorporated)       1850
INS. CO. OF N. AMERICA   (Incorporated;       17S4
PHOENIX CF BROOKLYN (Incorporated)      1353
These old reliable companies hav.- pal i dollar :' :   lollar In 1
great fire since their incorporation,
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia Street,        New Westminster. 3. C.
Phone 85.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
Et.   !���:.  WALKER,  President. ALEX,   LAIRD,  Gen*       v.,,.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
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itte tion   - paid to  ml  if-town ace mn ts. .   ���>'
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. Ft DAVIDSON, Manage*
OPEN   SATURDAY EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK
SOMETHING   GOOD
Red Gate Tea
Coffee
JV3*S
50c  per  pound
ADAMS    &    DEANS
THE    CITY   GROCERY
ONLY FOUR fVIORE DAYS PUBUC LECTURE
TUESDAY, MA. 14th,
and tin- special offer of a pr.mium bopk, I igether *-ith THE DAILY MEWS for v
$3.00, will in- withdrawn,
Tho books are published by the well-known firm of Rand McVally, of Chic
bound in cloth, retailing tit -Jip  price ol $1.50 per volume.
The choice of titles embrace all  kinds of Literature, S   ei ���;,    ,  ,,    v,,v
for the children, etc., etc.
velve month      1
hands
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CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
FOUeND ADRIFT���A square stern.d
skiff, marked It. S. IS65. For informal ion applj N'ew s office.   2d i '������
le   spend monej or forego revenue for! WANTED���Situation by well educa'.^d I
thp b.nefll of uninfluential individuals      young business   man,   willing   audi
1   -:-e-    ii"   particular   "pull,"  to say      capable of adapting himself to any
nothing  ol  those who  live  In  Liberal      business.   Address,  Box 693,    3dl0S
iei -.      Foi   purposes   whlcn  	
1:    ���   ���  come within the description of  WANTED���A girl to take care of ch'l-
dipu 01 do general housi w01!-..    \;>-
���mi r.. ol    development, and some ol
��� -  tia.ll 1  run be.\ on I Ihe line of
m -   >slt_ , .-i\ members    deman I  an 1
'   i        appropriations    amounting   to
i* enl    |>er 1 enl of 1 he total rev-
���      If all   povernmen    supporters
��� ited with lhe same liberality,
'''""    ""'     """-!l    lefl    '"    TIMBER   LANDS-V
I iel bills iii-\i winter, to say nothing of salaries and expenses "to the
of the- throne" and other Inclden-
' : II oughl to be plain te. tbe meanest Intelligence, therefore, thai it was
\1   1,    ���.   Joni h   Ro al an I Coin;  str*    ��� I* VI-',
WANTED -Fin :..,et.,
steady
job    .-
hour shift.   Applj
at once
t.i Man-
.. ���-���: 1 (11    Works.
tf
\'.- deal exclusively in timber, Have large ami small
tracts ..I. w ater. If you wish to
buy or sell, sec me.   1.'. R. Chandler,
;7li istin._s St.,   Vancouver, li.i".
practically Impossible to give anything r-OR SALE -A small island containing
which could nol plead "political ne- aboul lfj acres, close to New West-
cesslty" any consideration whatever,  j    minster city. Can be used f<n- a mill
Sum.- years ago, a writer In a Vic-      site.     Por    particulars    apply    to
toria paper anticipated the time Qunderson i_ Auncs grocery,
"When the kickers kick no longer
And the feuds are all forgot,
An l the people pay the piper,
And the 'patriots' take the poi;"
And it  certainly  looks   as  If we were
progressing   towards    thai    condition'
Abbe Constantin���Halevy.
Adam Bede���George Eliot
Aesop's Fables���
Alhambra���Irving.
Alice  in   Wonderland���Carroll
Andersen's Fairy Tales���Andersen
Arabian   Nights   Entertainments���
Ardath���Corelli
Cast up by The Sea    Baker
Children of Abbey���Roche
Child's  History of England���Dick-
1 ns.
Data of Ethics���Spencer.
David Copperfieid���Dickens.
Deemster���Calne.
Deerslayer    Cooper
Descent of  Man���Darwin.
Dombey & Son���Hie;, ms.
East Lynne���Wood,
Emerson's   Essays���Emerson.
Fifteen Decisive Bsttles    Creasy
First Violin���Fothergill.
Green Mountain E?oys���Thompson.
Grimm's  Fairy Tales -
Grimm's   Household   Tales���
Gulliver's Travels   Swift,
Guy Mannering    S( ott.
Handy Andy- -Lover,
Heir of Redclyffe���ifonge.
Henry Esmond   -Thackery,
Heroes and   Hero   Worship���Carlyle.
LIST OF BOOKS
Hiawatha and Evangeline���Longfellow
House of the Seven Gables���Hawthorne.
Hypatia���King.������-.���.
It's Never too L_te to Mend ���
Reade
John Halifax, Gentleman���Mulock.
Kenilworth���S   itt
Lamplighter ���(lummlns.
Last Days of Pompeii���Lytton.
Last  of the  Mohicans   -Cooper
Lofna  Doone kn   1    .
Lucile - Merl Uth
Middlemarch     !���:,;.
Mill  on the Fic_s    ] IHot,
Mosses From an Old Manse���
I la '.',������ horne,
Natural Law ir. the Spiritual
World   Dr imm ni-i.
Newcomes     l:i icket
Nicholas Nickeljy���D      ens
Old Curiosity Shop���Dickens,
Oliver Twist���Dlcki ;
Cn the Heights -A >
Origin of Species   -DarVvIn
Our Mutuil  Friend���Dl
Pathfinder��� '.. iper.
Pilgrim's   Progres?���B mi, aa.
Prairie���Cooper.
Prince of the House of David���
Ingraharn.
"How Our City Gets Its Electric
Light."
Illustrated by expi rimenl ��� n
slides.
Robinson  Crusoe���Defoe. By   J.  GEO.  LISTER.
Rob Roy  -Scott. Lecturer to It. C. E. R. Co.
Romance of Two Worlds -'.'-eii-lii. Proceeds in aid of Anl
Romoia    Eliol ii ispital Fund.
Scottish chiefs-; , ��� ADMISSION     -      -     25 CeaU
Sign of the Four���Do  ���
Silas Marner    E iot, ,
Silence  cf Deane  Maitland���Orey.   "J'tjinCl'PrS    ^V,__nt60
Sketch   Book���Irvil -
S'.cry     of     an     African     Farm���
Schreiner.
Study in Scarlet    D
Swiss Family Robinson    \\'.'   s.
Tale of Two Cit.e^.     . licit   n .
Talisman    Scott.
Tangle wood  Talcs���Hawthorne
Thaddeus  of Warsaw     Porter
Three  Men In a Boat ��� .- ronu
Three  Musketeers���Dumas
Ton   Brown  at Oxfcrd    Hughe
Tc -,     Crown's     Set.m 1:     0 ,   .
e
Trea;;_re   Island     -;'   1 ens in,
Uncle Tom's Cabin    Sl iwe
Under Two Flags���Oulda,
Vanity  Fair - Th ick*
Vicar of  Wakefield���(i ildsmlth
Westward Ho   Kingsley,
White   Company     Doyle,
Window in Thrums, A     Darrle
Wonder Eook. A���Hawthorne
For Stumping and grubbing a portion otland at New
Westminster.
For information apply to
A. T. MORROW,
B. C. !
Xew Westminster.
TENDERS
Will be recel\ ed b
ni. to noon mi Thu
��� in- construction ol a dwi 111
st rei t.    Lowest   or anj
necessarily accepted.
ARTHUR  M
New  Westminster, 29th .->
$250 Reward
with some celerity,
The Ontario Governmenl is Ukelj to
have strong sttpporl from its political
opi onents In any advance ll may ma,-."
'..,v.arils ' Ktendlng and strengthenlng
- ���' lie ownership of 1 hose puhlic it till-
��� , ������ which can 'ee' easily monopilined,
'i'h" feeling stirred up In Toronto by
th.- Hamilton railway 1.ill, ol which *ve
gave some account a few days ago,
and by   the   privy   council   decision
Deserted from the steamei'
Woodford, nt the Fraser River
Sawmill., a Chinaman, aged aboul
58, five feel nine Inches In height,
sallow complexion, race- wrinkled,
M.Kip in snoulclers, was wearing
overalls when lasl seen, The
above reward will be paid bj '. he
i,-m,i;iiii of the S.S. Woodford to
anyone giving Information causing
, lie    tuipj'i [lens! 111    ol    th      suiel
Ml.lM.
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in advance for the Daily New...    Kindly send me
500 Cords of Ian Bark
At  lh-
fraser River Tannery
. Paid
;_i_f
Name ..
Address
Highest Cash Price
Notice io Light and
foiisiiniurs.
aii   services  lor   '���    ''       '
which are two months' In -1 1
the 13th Inst., nnd all �� |
using water   for    Irrlgai nit
Please name three books In order desired  In case' the flrst or se-,   1 1
choices should he- sold out,
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having iihitiliii'il n permi!
off mi t he above dal b,
lly Order,
II. N. M    !
City Hall, May V,   1907,
'' Us��AY
MAY 8. 1907.
THE
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now Where the
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:handise for Wom-
;n Is to Be Found
,.   yourself  a  lol of useless travelling around, Scarce-
I ij   wlthoui   bringing  as  some customei   who  Bays:   "I
ywhere else and   oobody  has  the  variety  an.l  the
��� -.   that   Smith's can give
lExcelient .nits at SIO
lo Shi lor Misses
ite mi1      -m.i-    ;.    -
:       high riceJ
.ve-ll   lailoretl
: ���    ii'-;,' ly trimil
and   fancy   brai I.
I: " .11.50 and $15.
Trimmed Millinery
i lharming a.-- lels in 11.:;.-- that
Me -'.i mi's  newi
g les,
i'ar .-iaii "��� Mia rs and Impi -.���': - I: is again been increas-
e I .nni we can lion ; urn oul orders �� i'h nail' ini| ' ness than
earlii       ,  I .-���  season
'.'���,'.- show exquisite ce epies of
l' iri ami X. v Y irk , atterns
and   gel   up  -   '��� -   to   Bull   all
f,.- ���-.
.:   is a   partial  li-'
��� things t
Kit have
come in very
natural and   w!i te
6Cc   to   $1.25
40c to $10
.i black  Kid <!!'>'���  s.
���    mui black silk Gloves .
	
.$1.25 to $1.50
Be       anil Collars.
.   75c  to  $7..0
35c  to  $1.00
'mi Hosiery.
.   90c  to $1.50
'I la- weekly gun shoot takes place
a' Moody Square thu evening.
Cut Bowers and Pot Plants. Ring
up Tiely, the florist.    'Phone A.184.
FYed Eastman, for --em.- time connected with tin- fi... departmenl e>!' this
city, Is lying seriously ill at his r >..i-
dence
The creamer; I ilivers sweel < ream,
ice cream and buttermilk,
Dr. and Mrs. McEwen, of Cloverdal i,
and Mr. and Mr- Chapman, ol V in-
couver, are In Ha- < ity leer ;. few laj -.
ia.- . nests, oi tne ;;���". K, Lenni -,
Seventh street.
Phone   138   fo    iwee     cream,    ice
re tm and butte
The   ;.-a Wesl minster board ol
."' !  Its  pegul ,    meeting toni.ht
��� o'clock.    As  a. ���'���-'���   Im i
in e  ai.- expei ted  to   ie  up, a   -   > 1
al tendance  Is  re pi ��� -������-
!':, in* sw*        cream,   .ice
cream and ������ illk.
'I'he- Rev. B. .1, Stew irt, a Baptist
minister ol Owen S mn . Ontat io, is
visiting his brother, I). J. Stewart,
Fourth avenue and Six h si pe t. Mr
Stewarl Is spen ling i few weeks'
holiday nt! the coast, bul inten is lo
remain here if he finds conditions
tg eeable.
C. Latham, captain of the Reveisl i ;'<_
lacrosse team, will arrive in the city
' ��� xi week, and win likely ne seen
nt the Benlor lineup this season. He
win be given a try out al yneens
park at the last practice nexl week,
and that he will make good is a foregone conclusion.
W. Maxwell is Buffering front a
seven- burn on the wrist, which he
sustained while engaged in his duties
as fireman at the gas works.
For cut flowers, carnations and funeral designs telephone T. Davis &
Son, florists, Tel. B20S.
Several candidates were admitted
iniii the local aerie at the meeting
held last evening. Other Initiations
are announced ie> take place shortlv. I
The creamery delivers sweel cream,
Ice cream and buttermilk.
Mis.- Carrie Schaake has returned
home from the Ftoj al Columbian Hospital, where sh<- was operated on for
appendicitis. Miss Schaake, although
far from strong, is rapidly recovering.
Captain Peele, New Westminster's
weather prophet, is authority for the
statement thai the river is al preseni
seven feel too low. A few .lays ago,
the Fraser was only fifteen inches
above low water mark.
Spraying, white washing, etc., good
work at moderate charges; henhouses, dairies and stables whitewashed. Apply \V. Smith, 290 Victoria street, opposite library, P. O.
Box 546. 6d-103
E.  W.  Sinclair  has    an    attracts
window advertising device, representing a maypole, on exhibition    in his
window.   Tiie displaj    is    attracting
cons._6.a_le attention, and is < ertain.
ly up to the minute as an advertising |
scheme.
CHKHACOS and HYAS SNOW
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(Newcomer)
(Newcomers)'
Will serve theii .> <.. besl inten Bts by looking over the stock and getting prices from Lee's Furniture Emporium and the large Bhipmenl
of Oilcleitli and linoleum just received.   Buy now and get tirsl choice.
A splendid line of Carpets and Carpet Squares Hall Curtains anel
Carpel Squares; Rugs of all kinds.
Hall Curtains. Linen Crumb Cloths, Etc.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
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S. (.'. Dyke, who was formerly ( n
th.- local stat't' nt' the Vancouver Province and lately connected with ihp
Victoria Colonist, is in the city on a
Citj Tn isurer X. H. McQuarrie has shorl vislt- Previous to going oul lo
o the . iblie ;. g neral. :'l!' Bnlkeley valley, where he will
lhal all services for light and wat.r spend a few months with a survey
which are two months' In arrears on I :,n-v Mr- n-vlu' vvi|I again take up
the thirteenth of May, will be cut off news��ai>er work on ms return iron:
on that date.   People who are pers'.-st-   lhe north
in_ in usin_  water for spraying  and
irrigating their lawns  will  be    llab'e
to the same penaltj   of the Tequi.ite
- ��� mil  ;-e;- using  water for this  pur-
til'ieel in time to ensure the merchants
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| getting ihe amount owing to them as
Ith. smith
2b7-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
The-    school   hoard held    a    special I
meeting at the office' ot' Trustee O. S. |
Curtis yesterday   afternoon    for   the i
purpose of passing a  number of ac-
before the   counts.    The    meeting    was    strictly!
^"'���''I'Mii''���'��� i confined tee rontlne business, the :rns-
Th" local <���;���' teters    will    he,! I    a ! !''('s wis1"11- r" gel the accounts cer-
practice on  their grounds this al
r.ie.en at J o'clock, and as all the mi
bers  are  expect* I  to  hi    presen .   a   s"��" :ls Possible,
good practice is looked forward to A      "] will not play lacrosse this year."
match had been   arranged    for    next   definitely announced Harry Latham to
Saturday with the   Vancouver   cricn-   a N'ews man yesterday.    Mr.  Latham
uers, bul ihis game had to he cai'-a   siate.l that he luid been out to prae-
off owing to the poor condition of tne   tice the  previous evening, merely t *!
Vancouver grounds, ami may not   te   see how the team worked out, and had
played  I'ur two nr three    weeks.    In   only handled a  stick;  for a  few min-1
lie-  meantime,  the local  batters   will   utes.    After twelve years on Hie New j
he oat  nn  'la-  green as often  a-  pos-   Westminster team, -Mr. Latham thinks j
silile. preparing to  trim  the Vanco e-   it is time to retire in favor of younger j
verites, who always put a strong team   players,   in spite eef the many rumored
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MEN'S
Summer Shirts
In   Soft   Front   Goods   Stripes ancl
* Checks
$1.25  to   $2.00
Soft Trussore
$1.75  io  $3.00
Some with collars attached, mostly
with bands.
White Silk Pongee and Twilled,
with collars attached.
Prices
$3 and $4 the shirt
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
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I Gilley Bros. u_ !
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
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l-'or tin- Brst time ia fifteen years,
Poundkep] *���;��� Batl wa.- bitten yesl ��� ���
day  ley a dee,.        Mr.  Bat!  has    b ie:i
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'urnished Housejor Sale
^even-roomed House, nicely situated, in good order and repair.
Electric light, bath, stable, etc.,
and the entire furnishings can
1)(1 bought for
$4,400, ora terms.
resignations from the team, lie will hei
the only  man to retire this vear.
Several of the men connected ivith |
the Xew Westminster rifle association
; uindiug ap stray canines fora long and the Sixth re. anient have D.en
time, bul cannol bring in memory an contemplating the holding of a bee It*r
incident where a taxless wander-.r the purpose of disposing of the tew
was ever so ill-advised as to snap boulders that tire behind the targets it
teeth al him.   Seeing thai tt was th.-   the rifle range.    The proposal    !s to
dog's flrsl offeni ��� . Mr. iia- did tint
insist upon the lethal chamber being
jnade the entrance gate into a hapi I -.
kingdom for the dog,     The   pound-
have a nuiei .'-r ot men go out in t
either inov*' the boulders away or iii!-'
hob's ami sink them in tha ground. \
wi;.- fence is also needed before the
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
(>]  -,-:".   trli I   enforce the Texas   range is complete, hut there appe.i
ethering law from now on, and cattle   to be s-ein<> hitch as who should   lol
ihis, the contractor having rinished his  '
work, an.l  not   caring    lo    hitihl    t'i-  I
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X   WELLINGTON  WASHED  NUT
X AND PEA COAL.
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��� COMOX COAL AND COKE.
��� CUMBERLAND  FORGE COAL.
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X   VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CE-
X MENT.
��� This   celebrated   Cement   is
X used by nearly all large contract-
��� ors in the Province.
��� R0SE3ANK   LIME.
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t Telephones: Office 16,,   Manager's Residence 22 X
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NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.   ���
LIVERPOOL SALT. J
COMMON  BRICK. *
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK
FIRE BRICK.
and
FIRE     CLAY
BRICK.
MANTEL   *
From the Clayburn Clay Co.   *
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN    TILE,   X
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
via ! ,.;-. the str* -  -    tethered    .vith
'win.- ropi _ will       :'   lotindi el.
,������N-W-
fence gratil uousl;.
IcLEOD, MARK &  CO.
Tie form Land Specia!y>t:," New  Westminster*
: NECKLETS:
See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklets, in GOLD, SILVER,
GOLD-PLATED    ami    PEARL.
ooh!   Look!!   Loo!;!!!  * cripple. ��*_ ��_. u...i _._n_
.  and   Incapable   on   oil.  of   the- main
JUST   CN  THE   MARKET. Streets,  was  given the- op.'ioil  of  'ak-
JUST   OH   THE   MARKET     i]]- ,w" hourB '"  lettve the cU>   '"'      '"
 .  lng to ihe" quod    for    two    months.
_ ,.,., ,m Evidently the prospects   of spending
\'au< ouver
;:'!!;���:     i   -. : ' ver;    I ��� i -'
novelty.   Age! \   I iriey,   '���'��� u
wise,    starl    worl lng    for   yourself.
."���    :. I ee |      ill    .    ll     light.   Pro .1 3 over
me hundre'. per .enl Don'! in ���-,-���
��� me asking fooll sh qui stlons, r,i
send one' i ill ir for fines! sam des" mi
America,
Ik t\m\\ Compaiiy,
S lace l. 413 Granville St., Vane mver.
��� C. Chamberlin S" l8wete?
AGENT HAMILTOh   WATCH
NOTICE.
We, tbe unde!    ." ��� I    grocers,    e'o
hi reby agree  that   iti  future all rigs
'��� shall leave th_ stare not  later than
1:,.0 ii.  in.  for  their  lasl   trip  on   e'.-1-
i livery:
WEST END GROCERY,
D, Gilchrist; fc-gr,
GEO. ADAMS,
C. A. WELSH,
T. S,   \XXAi\OAl.l-,
ADAMS   &   DEANS.
.New Westminster, l>. ('.
May 4, 190?,
two liionl lis of llis brilliant career 1'
hind the lia-'s- did nol appeal to him,
for hi' pitHlfptly cimse the former alternative, and promised to be iw.iy
inmiediai. ly. Before leaving, Bom ��� i f
his lady friends, who wen' also In
court, presented him with a token nf
their esteem and sympathy In the
shape of a sum of money, which Ir-
will probably spend over the bar if
fore long.
The* x.-.v Westminster Prufl V;r.-':-
Ing company are forced by the ��car.
city afld hluh price of potatoes to
abandon the potato drying departmenl
of their plant this year. The tnltors
are selling ut an almost unheard of
price, and there would he no profit
for the company in handling them.
Officers Gefser and Boitrke arresl 1
a man al a late hour last nighl in th ���
train station ou Columbia street. The
man had been celebrating some event
and as a consequence was Intoxloatad
and very violent. !!-> resisted a""- ll
and it was only after a .hard struggl ���
that he was broughl to the station.
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lishing Company Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth ami K; ml
streets, N'ew Westminster, B. C.
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ADVERTISING   BATES.
Transient   display   advertising,   10
cents per line (nonpareil). 1_ lines .o
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
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For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths. _0c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
Nothing but Salt ��� and such
Salt! You will find no other so
delicate   in   flavour,   so  pure   as
WINDSOR  TABLE   SALT.
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which favors the Toronto street railway at the expense of the city, seems
to he very bitter.
SILENT SMITH'S   MILLIONS.
More   Theories  of Legacies   Given   to
Relatives Made Public.
TELEPHONES.
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New  York,  .May   7.���.lust  how    the j
many million dollars of .lames Henry
Smith  (Silent), who died in Japan in
March while on a tour of the world, j
are to be distributed probably will bo e
Day  Office    A22 , ,   ���      , .
Night  Office    B_2   lui,d'' k"""" li"" today'    " ls l)lanned !
r     to read flie will al  the  Fifth  Avenue
| mansion &ft.,r the funeral.
There have been conflicting reports
��� i:is t.i  the distribution of the estate;
I which   is   estimated   to   be   valued   -it \
��� more' than $50,000,000, bul the most
generallj 'accepted report Is thai the
hulk of the estate will go to Gi o.'3*
WEDNESDAY,  MAY 8, 1907.
IN   A   R!NG   FENCE.
We are afraid that t he policy i\ hi'-.i i
��x���  ,, ,.   ,.    ,,   ,,   D      ', G.'Mason, of Aberdeen, S.D., aneph.w
Mr, Bowser, K. t .. M. P. I'., ami soon-
to-be-Attorney-G?neral, announced fo
his constituents a few nights ago, cannot well escape the vigorous, if vulgir,
classification "hoggish."' Mr, Bowser
was understood tei- be speaking "i.r
self iim! partners"���the partners beiug
the other members of Vancouver's solid five and the Hon. K. L. Carter-Cotton, member for the rural constituency
which surrounds Vancouver.   The pol-
of the decease I.
The   widow   io  whom   Smith     was ,
married  September  15  last,  and   who
was  formerly  Mrs.  William    Rhine-
lander  Stewart,  according to report,
is bequeathed  $4,000,000, while Lad}
Mary   Smith   Cooper,   a  sister,   il   i:'
said, is to receive $2,000,000.    Other i
relatives hare heen    generously    re- (
membered. ]
���"T"l Lots of Money in Building
DWELLINGS    SMALLHOLDINGS   Houses, but you need such L
as these to build on:
$1000--:.   room   cottage, 1    block   $2650���11   acres, close  to  cat,   on
from   car.   $450   cash, balance      main  road,   1  acres    cultivated;
-  '-- -V<':|^  good   house  and   barn,  14   fruil
$1300- Small cottage, lot in fruit,|    trees; small  fruits, small creek
$250  cash, balance  small    payments.
$1500���New 5 room house ou Columbia street, modern conveniences; easy terms.
$1250���.". room house Keary street,
lot in lawn, house In good repair.
$1500���.".  room cottage,  2  lots  all
In  fruit,  terms eas;..
runs through.   Terms easy.
$2100���20 acres, _ all cleared, S
acres slashed, 30 fruit trees, small
orchard, good outbuildings, 1 1-2
storey dwelling, small creek runs
through land; 1-2 cash, balance
easv terms
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$2150���A   9   room  house  with   all ; $3000   20 acres, 10 acres cultivated
conveniences,   em   city   car   line,       an.l   1"   acres   seeded   down;   35
lot   50x150,  good   stable;   $1100!
cash,  balance $10  per month.
$3150���A modern 5-room cottage on
Agnes streei, corner lol 66x132,
grounds beautifully laid out,
$1500 cash, halance- easy.
fruil trees, dwelling and nine
hen houses, on main road; terms
arranged,
_ Full size I its, e.a Belmonl -Meet, facing .south, close to
$350 . ach, with terms,
1 Fall size lot, close to Sixth streel on Seventh avenue to   ���
i lots, close to Columbia streei, in Sapperton, facing . ,..���   ,,  .
for $125  each.
110 lots e.n Twelfth stree;, car lin*', for $2400; $600 cash win , th
2 Id's fading  south, on Fourth avenue, Third   street,, all   cle
each.
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2  lots on   Queen's  avenue,  very  close to Queen's Park  foi $,,,
HALE &  LANE, Real Estate Ag,
248 Coiumbia:St.,;NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
j1 Phone   335 P. o   [{oy
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ADDITIONAL I.0.AL NEWS.
There  have   been  statements    that
Icj   announced by  the budding Attor-
���,,,,- <v,��� ..... ,   ��� ...     ,      ,. more than one will is in existence, hut
ney-General was hnetly that Vancou-!  ,    _, , .��     , ....
,.,���. _,,,���, i, ,, ,,.       , .   , i the Duke ot Manchester, who wnh his
ver must have everything she wanted,     .
,..,,, ,.,,,_,  ,,  ���    ..    ,. ,, t,    ���.  I n''fe was with the touring party  vho
and must  have it of the besl     Reci - I
ino- ii, , ,.���.,..    e- , ��� .    accompanied Smith and his bride, has
ing the votevs ol monov m this years
.stimafoc   m,.   D-���, ,  ;      , ,.     disposed  of  these  rumors.      He    an-
esumates, Mr, Bowser claimed cred't
no- v .ir i���i   e,, ,.-,,-       i. ��� ���       nounced that he knew of no will other
mo,   sen  an.l  partners)   lor obtaining
���eti v-mcM,..-,.,. ���..  i   i    .  ,e than the one mail.' by Smith in Scot-
ait Vancouver needed at  tln> moment.
-.nei  nesnro^i  i,m   i.,��� ,- ,. land two days after his marriage.   The
aim  as_in cu  ins  applauding auditors
that the solid I'ive would continue to   duke  W:IS  :l,so emPhatic    ln  statin3
lay at  the  feet of their constituents  thal ,,,,,,v would be no dispute among
mosl .,inin,i'.,.f ,��� ei     , ,  ���     , ,    ., Smith's   relatives  over  the    dfstribu-
inos, ,11.1.1111.1111 spoils obtained by their
ranis   upon  the   provincial   treasury.   tion o�� ,lle i)1'��lKM't-v-
The normal school now. the university
by and by; a tram line to Poinl Grey
���not at Vancouver's expense, nor at
the expense of the land  specula > TO                                         ,, ,,   ,.
, ,       ,                                      ' The summer service on the II. C. li.
into whose pockets it would pour elol- ���    ,,    ,.
,���,.,    .   ,         ,                          l    ' R. city  lines will  start in  about   two
tats,  hut  at the expense of the pro- ,   .   .
...   .,. weeks   time, or as soon as the tn
al present being laid as far as .hi
distillery road is completed. The company will institute twenty minute service, and passengers will no longer
hive to suffer the inconvenience of
transferring cars tit Leopold place, as
all cars will run direel to their uti ��� -
! tination.
The' big all faction al lhe opi i a
house/ this week is i hy Williams
Original Dixie Jubilee Singers, a cotn-
j pany of artists having the finest ma! ���
quartette In America.    Se' its are now
on sale at   Ryall's  di ug  store at   ;li
following  popular  prices;   fifty  cents
.served, thi.ty-five cents parquet and
$2800 - Modem dwelling on Royal
avenue near Eighth street, 1-2
cash,  balance easy terms,
$2600- ii room cottage on Amies
street,  all  modern,    corner    lot,
lane   in   rear.   1-2   cash,   balance
i:i   1   and 2 years.
$2000���6 room house, all conveniences, lot 64x164, all In fruit;
$1 * cash, balance $15 per mo.
$1600���(i room cottage on .Fifth
avenue, corner lol S2xl32, mne
;n rear, $650 c is] . balance easy
terms.
$2400- 12 ae res all ell are I and
cultivated, 6 room dwelling, ���.>*> 1
outbuildings;   terms arranged.
$1CC0���-1-* acres all improved,
ploughed, etc.; $250 cash, bal-
ani ������ on terms I i _ iit.
$2500 --1" acr,-,-. . lac . i am soil;
12 act i - highly . ilth ited, 10
ready for the plough, goo 1 liouse,
barn md outbuildings, creek runs
thl ough lan l;   term -  reasonable.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,0001
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
i;   ;-:.  WALKER,  President. ALEX.   l.AIRD,  On.i ; Manas
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
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CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
FOUND ADRIFT -A square sti'iei-'l
skiff, marked R. S. 1865. For information apply News office.   2J10N I
vine: the new court house to he the
fines! building in the province, excepting only the parliameni buildings;���
these are a few of the items in the
programme pul before the people by
the  gentlemen named.
I'i ople elsewhere in  British Columbia���"! Isewher* " meaning to a  large
extent,  bul   not  exclusively,  the constituencies    represented    by    Liberal
mem hers���people, we    say.  will now
understand why il is thai the Governmenl Is "unable" to undertake certain
/������orks and to make   certain   desir  1
charges,   if the farmer of Surrey has
to pay road toll on his way to market,
let  him console hin,self with the re-
flection that the facade of   the new   twent>--flve cents ""' cbm���- ��eats
, .    ,. .,, ,       ,     ar.- at preseni selling rapidly, and, as
���court  hotise  in  Vancouver will he a I-   ,, ,,  ,,   . ,,
the  entertainment   will   he  conducted
un .tl nf all beholders; if school rates
.    ,    ,                                ,     ,.             under the auspices   ot    the   Queens,
ranch  the rural  taxpayer, let him re-    , ,,    ,    ,. 	
Ave nue Methodisi church, the S. R. O.
member thai it is necessary to bonus     .      . .        .
,   .,, .    ��� .  .   sign  is   expected   to   he   in  evidence
.:  company to  amid a  tram   to  Point        ,    ,    _,
early in the evening.
Grey thai land speculators may Iw en- ,,   _ _,   , ..,,,.. ������
able.l tn make a good rakeoff, and that,]
lev an i by, the commuters may ride al
ease- to luxurious suburban homes,
l.- ' the grumblers make a litl le calculation, and they will see haw impossible ii would be for Hie governmenl
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tc sp nd money or forego revenue for WANTED���Situation by well educated
the benefit of unlnfluentlal Individuals young business   man,   willing   and
having   no   particular   "11111!,"  to say capable of adapting himself to any
nothing of thus,, who  live  in  Liberal business.    Address.  Box 693.    3dl0S
constituencies.      l-'or purposes  whlcn	
d.   ��� il come within the description of wanted���A girl to take care of ch. 1-1
���mi ���    ol    development, and some of dren 01 do general housework,     _p-
-  ilch actually run beyond the line of -,h   :1'S- iM- -'ones, Royal and Cone.   _sit>   six  members    demand and !"'-'  streets,                                D.T.I.
" ' In   appropriations   amounting   to
sot el tventj |ier cenl of the total rev-
1 nue,    If  all   governmenl   supporters
were ��� reated with Ihe same liberality,
would   nol   ii"    mough   left   to       ��� ���;.   ,   , , ��,,,,
umber land.���\\ e- iii'.ei exclusive-
; ��� fuel bills nexl winter, to say noth. ,, ,��� t|mh-. |-Iave large and small
Ing of salaries and expense, "to the .,..,..: ������ ���..���,.,. ���- vn;, ,vM| |()
'""' "r ,h" throne" ;""1 other Inclden- buy ,,, ,,,;L sec ������. ,.- R chandler,
lals.   tt ought to be plain to the mean-       lo7 ,|:|,iillirs st>| Vancouver, B.C
i>; Intelligence, therefore, thai it was ,
practically impossible to give anything   FOR SALE -A small Island containing j
which  could  not   plead "political ne-      about 15 acres, close to Xew West-
cesslty" any consideration  whatever,  j    minster city. Can be used for a mill
Some' years ago, a  writer in a  Vic-       site.      For     particulars     apply    to
toria paper anticipated the time Gunderson <fc Amies grocery.
"When 1 In- kickers kick no longer
And the feuds are all forgot,
And the people pay the piper,
And lhe 'patriots' take the poi;"  J
And it certainly looks  as If we were
progressing   towards    thai    condition
with  sum- celerity.
PIRE   INSURANCE
If your house,  furniture  or other property ls n il  Insure :,  . \
;;.-��� a call,   We represenl the following leading insurance * impanies:
HARTFORD CO.,   (Incorporated        1310
CONNECTICUT CO.,   (Incorporated)       1330
INS. CO. OF  N. AMERICA   (Incorporated)       1754
PHOENIX OF BROOKLYN (Incorporated)     1853
These old reliable companies have paid dollai  .' 1   ' rtlar In evi r.
_reat  fire since their incorporation.
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia Street,        New Westminster. 3. C.
Phone 85.
BANKING   BY   MAIL
Bu ���'.-!������ is  uti    ee I ��� ���* de t by m all   wil '1   any   i'i mi h
Ai   -   its be opened, ati i depoi Its  u ide or withdt iw n
attentl in la paid to  ml  if-town accotin is. s   -.-
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NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH  -H. R. DAVIDSON, Manage*
OPEN   SATURDAY 'EVENINGS. 8 TO D O'CLOCK.
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SQMETI-HNG   GOOD
Red Gate Tea
50c  per pound VAJIIvCI
ADAMS    &    DEANSI
THE    CITY   GROCERY
ONLY FOUR fVIORE DAYS PUBL!C ���
TUESDAY, MA. 14_b,
w.��� 1 \.��� mot    is  mi
and tin' special offer .it' a pr.miium bopk, together with THE DAILY  NEWS    I
$3.00, will be withdrawn,
'i'he books are published     y the well-known firm of Ratal McNnlly,    of    Chicag       '   ndaoti
bound in cloth, retailing al    a"  price ol  $1.50 pet   .olume
The choice of titles embrace all kinds ol  Literature, Scientific,   Romance   Novels,   Fair}     I
for the children, etc., etc.
St. George's Hall
ON   AND   AETER
May 13th the price will be raised to $4.00;    so don't procrastinat   -send In vour order now
WANTED    i'ii. man, .-
������-.hi.-,     job     i-
hoar shin.    Applj
et once to M.en
ager Gas Works,
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Abbe Constantin���Halevy.
Adam  Bede���George  Ellol
Aesop's Fables���
Alhambra���Irving.
Alice  in   Wonderland���('enroll
Andersen's Fairy Tales���Andersen
Arabian   Nights   Entertainments���
Ardath���Corelli
Cast up by The Sea   -Baker
Children  of Abbey���Roche
Child's  History of England ���Dick-
1 ns,
Data of Ethics���Spencer,
David  Copperficld���Dickens.
Deemster  -Calne.
Decrslayer    Cooper
Descent  of  Man���Darwin.
Dombey & Son���Hie k   a  .
East Lynne���Wood,
Emerson's   Essays���Emerson.
Fifteen Decisive Bsttles    Creasy
First Violin���Foi herglll,
Green Mountain Boys���Thompson,
Grimm's   Fairy Tales -
Grimm's    Household   Tales���
Gulliver's Travels   Swift,
Guy Mannering    Scott.
Handy Andy-   Lover,
Heir of Redclyffe���Jfongc,
Henry Esmond  -Thackery.
Heroes and   Hero   Worship���Carlyle,
DIST OP BOOKS,
Hiawatha and Evangeline���Longfellow
House of the Seven Gables ���Hawthorne.
Hypatia���Klngsle;
It's Never too Late to Mend ���
Rea le
John Halifax, Gentleman���Mulock.
Kenilworth���Sr-ott
Lamplighter    Cummins.
Last Days of Pompeii- Lytton.
Last of the  Mohicans    Cooper
Lcrr.a  Doone      Ila   tmore.
Lucile    Meri llth
Meddlemarch     Ello
Mill on the Flcss    Eliot.
Mosses From an Old Manse���
11 e-v home,
Natural Law in the Spiritual
World   Or imm in
Newcomes    Ta tc
Nicholas Nlckelby���Dickens
Old Curiosity Shop���Dicl
Oliver Twist���Dlcki
Cn the Heights    Vui r ifl
Origin  of Species    Da Vil
Our Mutual   Friend���i *
Pathfinder���I 'o iper,
Pilgrim's  Progress���B in; an.
Prairie���Cooper.
Prince of the House of David ���
Ingraham.
"How Our City Gets Its Electric
Light."
!.,-. . rated bj expi rimi nts and     ��� '"���
Slide-.
Robinson   Crusoe    D By    J.   GEO.   LIS lER.
Rob Roy   Sco m Lecturer to li. C. E. R- C*
Romance of Two Worlds - Cere ia        Proceeds  in  aid of Anl
Romola-  i. Hospital Fund.
Scottish Chiefs-Porter ADMISSION      -       -     25 Cents
Sign of the Four���Do;   ������  ,	
Silas  Marr-.e.- ,
Silence  cf  Deane  Maltland    Grey.   XCilCJPrS    ^V_.ntC0
Sketch   Book���I: . ��� .
Story     of     ar,     African     Farm-
Si hreiner.
Study in Scarlet    I io; ���-.
rrubb-
S^eiss Family  Robir.sor
Tale cf Two Cities.      -.       n .
Tal.s-nan    Scotl
Tanglewood  Tales���Hawth irne
Tha_deus of Warsaw    Porter
Three  Men In a Boat���J* roine
Three  Musketeers���Duma
Ton   B'-own  at  Oxford     Hi.   11
T:       a.-.-. '..    rc     .:     - ,
Treaet-jre   Island     -'   rens in,
Uncle Ton-'s Cabin    Stowe
Under Two Flags���(1 tl la.
Vanity   Fa.r     Fit ick*
Vicar of Wakefield���1; 1] Ismlth
Westward Ho   IClng I*
White  Company    0 i;    -.
Window in Thrums, A    Darrlo
Wonder  Eook.  A ��� Hawthorno
For Stumping and gruo
ing a portion of land at Neff
Westminster.
For information apply to
A. T. IVIORSOW,
B. ('- Di tiller.
New Westminster.
TENDERS
Will be received b
up io noon on Tint
the construction ol a  Iwcl
strei t.    Loweal   or an ���
necessarily accepted.
AiiTiii i; ''
New Westminster, 20tli   '
$250 Reward
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500 Cords of Ian Bark
At   th
Praser River Tannery
The Ontario Governmenl is likely to
havo strong supporl from its political
opi onents In any advance ll may nm.-;"
towards extending and strengthening
pul lie ownership of those public 11 tl 11 -
tie - which can be easily monoplllsted,
Tic fi-i Una stirred up In Toronto by
i!'.- Hamilton railway bill, ol which >ve
e ive some account a few days ago,'
and by   the   privy   council   decision
Deserted from the steamer
Woodford, nt the Praser 111 ver
Sawmill-., a Chinaman, aged aboul
58, five (eel nine inches -11 height,
sallow complexion, face wrinkled,
stoop in shoulders, was wearing
overalls when last seen. The
above rewaiel will be paid hy the
capl*_ln of the S.S. Woodford to
anyone giving Information causing
:. - a_i 11 - liens! 11 ol tin said
man.
Enclosed   please  find  Three   Dollars,, amount for one year's subscription
in advance for the Daily News.    Kindly send me
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Noticn io Light anil Wafer
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which are two months' iii ��
the i::ib Inst., anel all ��
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i having rfbtalned a pen tl
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By order,
Please name; three books lu order desired ln case' th** flrsl or se<     1
choices should be Bold oul.
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MAY 8. 1907.
THE   DAT I.V   NEWS.
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'I'h"   veekl , ���      m ..     a ,
al   Mood}   S,i|ii;i ',..
jiow Where the
lest Summer Mer-
Jiandise for Wom-
>n Is to Be Found
out sell   a   In'  i.;   a-.-:.-  -  travelling  around   Si D
wlthoui  bringing  us  some cms ei   .'.ini    ij       ;
w here else  ana   nobod     h i      hi     a letj   ..a.i   th-'
���hat   Smith's can give
CUl      li   IWen        Mi "   ,-      p|   ,;.-. J'jng
up Tie!;,, ihi- florist.    'Phone A! Si.
Fred Eastman,  fo
nected with iin- fire dep
city. Is Ij in- -    msl    [li al hi-  ��� --i-
dence
Th.- creame .        .am,
I*.   cre um and b
la   anil Mrs. McEv -m, of Clo\
ami   Mi-.  ;,ri.|   .Mr-   Chapn  u     ���    Vanco ive-r.  ,,!���,.  ;,,   11|,   . ;,       .   ��� ...       ,, .
���      Lennie,
Seven tl
PI  en*    II!.
���   '     ind   nitte
W. Maxwell i- suffering from a
severe burn on the wrist, which he
sustained while engaged in his diitl is
as fireman at Mn- gas work.-.
Fee- cut flowers, <��� irnatlons and fail* ral designs telephone- T. Mavis &
Son, florists, Tel. B20S.
Sene-i-;ii candidates were a.Imi' -1
Into ila- local aerie al the- meeting
held lasl evening. Other Initiati mm
are announced  to take place short Iv.
The creamer) delivers sweel cream,
ice cream and buttermilk.
CHECHACOS and HYAS SNOW |     \
(Newcomer)
(Newcomers)
Will serve thei own bes Interests by looking over the stocl and getting prices m mi, Lee's Furniture Emporium and the large shipment
of Oilcloth and linoleum jusi received. Buy now ami gel firsl choice.
A splendid line ..- Carpets and Carpel squires Hall Curtains and
Carpel Squares; Rugs of all kinds.
Hall Curtains, Linen Crumb Cloths, Etc.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
t-.
Excellent .nils at SIO
Ki SI5 lor Misses
taiioretl   1
: Imnied
..   fan
.$11.50 and $15.
Miss  Cai ri*   Scbaatfe  li.is  return - i
omi   from 'he- Royal Columbian 'I
pital, where she wa- operated on !
appendicitis     Miss  Schaal e, although
fai- from .-'roii'-. is rapidly recovering.
1   ' ' ird ol ,.    ,  .     ,,    ,
i aptaln   Peele,   New   \\ estmlns
weather prophet, is authoritj   fo     '
MEN'S
Summer Shirts
o'clock.     Vs matt
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attendance
Phone
Cl I? ee,.    | .  .���
��� itemeni thai  the rive: is a
seven feel  too low.    A few days   i;  i,
the Fraser was onlj    fifteen    Inches
:,.,    above low wai et  mark.
(The  Re -' ���
niniste - ntario. is
ng b rot he
���'.earth avenue and S I
St* Vi. ri   i-        ���    ��� ������' ������     veeki
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remain   '
'i ible.
Trimmed Millinery
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n's i   ���'������-'        les.
Our staff o   ti Immi rs an
rers has a reas
d a ������    .a no -    irn    ul
lh n mi ' ness than
as in
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and    eel    tl
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lal   li
have come In ver}
nal ural   an I v-
���    tn I colored  	
i ick   Kid  Glovea.
n: black Silk G! ives
60c   to   $1._3
40c  to $13
. .$1.25 to $1.3.1
Spra} ing, white washing, etc., ���
work al modi rate ch irges; henhouses, dairies and stables whitewashed. Apply W. Smith, 290 Victoria sl re.-'. -im; osit* library, P. O.
Box 546. 6d-103
I'i-   VV.  Sine! -              (tract!.
window advertising device, representing - ie; e; pole, on exhlhl'ion in liis
window. The displaj is attracting
con8._-Ta_le attention, and i- < ertain -
ly up to the minute a- an advertising
scheme.
S. ('.   Dyke,   who  was   formerly  i n
the Ioca! - tafi of the Vancouvei   .'. >
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���   te m, wil city
we.-K.  ann   win  iiKeij   ne  so. ���-.
hi   seniot     ���    ,i this season     He
v.in   be _iven nn    at yn	
jiiirk ai   the i isi    irai I ice  next   " ee'e.
;""1 ,h:l' he ������'''   "    ���  soo -   vi'nce and   |atelJ   ,���.������.,.,..,,   wU���
Victoria Colonist, is in the city on :
om luslon
City Tn isi        \   H   McQuarrie has shorl   v,s,!-   previous  to  going oul  lo
-.          .   : Bulkele}   valley,   where    he   will
thai          ���      ce             . ������    ��� i  wa;���.���!��� j spend   i  few  months with    a    sui ��� ��� ������
c]   an    '���* - mor hs' in   u  ears nn ' ���'"���'������    Ml'-   D>'ke wi" asain  take up
the thirteenth of Ma      -        e cut off newspaper  work  on   ms   return   trom
on that da        P*         who      - -' - '''''' north
n  using  ������'   te    foi   spi t; ing  an I T!���.   school   ,���,.,..,, -,,,,;,,    .,    s
''���  ''���      lawns  will  be    lia'.'-- meeting at the office of Trustee D. S
to the sami                ol         ���     u ,-!|:m. yesterday    aTii-i-nen.ii    tor   the
ermlt fo    using  - it*     to., this nm ,,urpose ,������  passing a  number of ac-
���   ;- no                               -      -  th. count9.   The    meeting    wat    strictl}
leenth confined to routine business, the :rns-
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In   Soft   Front   Goods  Stripes and
' Checks
$1.25  to  $2.00
Soft Trussore
$1.75   to  $3.00
Some with collars attached, mostly
with bands.
White Silk Pongee and Twilled,
with collars attached.
Prices
$3 and $4 the shirt
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
The ' ter?    will    hoi 1    a
ctjei   on   '  - nds this aft
noon al 2 o'i loci    ind  is all the ni
a ���    _x] eet. I   to iresent,  a
ictiee Is 1 ioke ' Com ird to   \
wishing to get lhe accounts ci i -
: Ified in time to ensure the merch int -
getting the amouni owing to them t -
soon as possible.
"i will nol play lacrosse, this
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Re        nd Collars,
lln  Blouses
S   tings   	
ton Hosiery.
75c  to  $7.30
35c  to  $1X0
90c  to $1.50
MITH
atch had ' n   arranged    fo     uexl deflnltel} announced Harry Latham te.
Saturda}   with the   Vancouvei    erica- a N'ews man  yesterday     Mr.  Latham
ciers, bul  ihis game had to be cal'?e! stated lhal he had been oul to prtc-
.-   uwlt     to the pooi condition of tne tice  the previous evening, merel}   ta
S'nncouv. -     roui Is,  and  ma*   nol   ; ������ see hou the team worked out, and had
played  for t?--o oi   three    weeks.    In onl}   handled  a  stick  for a  few miu-
tlie  meanllmi      '���   local   batters  will utes.    After twelve years on the N
he out mi the greet   is often   m  pos Westminster team, Mt   Latham thinks   ^
Bible, preparing lo trim  the  Vanco t- It is time to retire In favor of younsct    ���   V/Et.t_fNGTON    LUMP    COAL
rites, who always [nil  t - "on       tm players.   In spite of the many rumored [ *   WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
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DEALERS IN
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new Westminster    |"..;;.";'..".,.;:::::���::
i eslgnations fr un the team, he will I e
the onh  man to retire' this year.
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urnishedHouseF^
Seven-roomed House, nicely situated, in good order and repair.
Electric light, bath, stable, etc.,
and the entire furnishings can
^ bought for
4,400, on terms.
X AND PEA COAL.
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,       ^r the first  time 111 fl n yea, |   COMOX COAL AND COKE.
���^   Potmdkeepei   Batl   was        eu   rest-* Several of the men connected   vlth   ���
Mi    Batl   has i   -he- . ��������  Westminster rifle association    *   C'J.MEERLAND FORGE COAL.
i  Im-:   ami Mi.-  s'ixih   regiment     have-    t. ���   i    Z
J    VANCOUVER  PORTLAND  CE-
time, bul eannni bring to memorj  an   contemplatlna the holding ot a bee "      J
Incld "'   where tagless   wand  the  purpose'  ol  disposing of the  i w
- ,    evi I   -���'    ���'.'���  -. Ivlsed a-    to sn ip li mlders thai are be! Ind the targets il
teeth Rl  him.   Seeing thai  Ii  was the the rifle  ran'-'.''     Thi   p.'.anosal    ;
log-g  -       offei     .   Mt   Batl     ,; : nave  a   number  ol   men  go  our   aim
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MENT.
This   celebrated   Cement   is
used by n--arly all large contractors in the Province.
��� ������:���- lethal chambei being   either move the boulders away o *   ROSESANK LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE. *
NEW  BRUNSWICK  PLASTER. ���
LIVERPOOL   SALT. t
COMMON  BRICK. *
PRESSED   FACE  BRICK. ���
FIRE BRICK. J
FIRE     CLAY      and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,   *
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SAND. CRUSHED ROCK.
--.- ��� -i   v. wn
|e      p entran Into a 1 i holes and sink them In the groun I. A1   J *
The   pound-j wire fence is ajsn needed before ; Telephones: Office 16,.   Manager's Residence 22 X
enforce   ir.   Tex      range is complete, 'nr  there a. pea      i*****i*************************+**>*****************
therit and cattle?   to be some  hitch as who should     '	
���red    .vith    his, the contractot having finished his
. ��� '   : and  nol  caring   to    bnlld
 ���v(__^^ ..-iei-.- gratl tiously,
Look!   Look!!   Look!!f; >   ������ -������ *��  k���*
.  n i   e'M-a, '  le   on     ���/    ���'   the  main
sl eel     .i ii    given l In   ���   I *n of
Ing two ho i ve l' ft'} (ir ! ���
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LIST WITH US
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just cn the  market.
just Cm the  marke'
IcLEOD, MARK & CO.
'     n Land Special-..!',
New  Westminster *
��� NECKLETS:
1    Chamberlin's  window display
of Necklets,  in GOLD. SILVER,
' LD- PLATED    and    PEARL.
AGENT HAMIITOIS   WATCH
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���   i        ; . latest
,-elty.    .A ��� I---     G -
,\ .       - arl . ���    (tour  ���
d:..;. Pro '���  e ovar
n        i 11 in'i
in     tsking Qiiestli ns,     Hn
end one dollar I ���
America.
The Pliffinlx Company,
S ince 1. 43   Rranvllle St,, Vancom it,
NOTICE.
We, i be unde: , .-��� -; ;. icers, do
hereby agree thai In future all rigs
Bhall i'':r. ��� th.8 sl . ��� nol later than
t ;30 a. in. tor their i tsl trip on dell'	
,VEST  ;'\h GROCERY,
D. CJllchHst,   i .'
GEO, ADAMS,
C. A. WELSH,
T, S,   \\XA.\I)A!.lO,
A.UAMS  ..-   DEANS.
X.-w We     Ins er, li. ('.
lng ;o the qu" I    for    I wo   m in
K\ Idenl m i' - mi'"- n'l'is ee' s- -a ��� " ���
two liionia.- of his hrllllanl career i ''-
hind the a../s rlld nol ;e ipeal to him,
for he. p.8MTptly cii is" the former alternative', and promised to be iw.iy
Immediately. Before le ivlng, som ��� ��� f
his lady frli a fs, who wer.' als * In
court, presented him with a token of
their esteem and sympathy In the
shape nt' ii sum of money, which h"
_ ell probably spen I over the bar l*i
tm-o long.
The* New Westminster f-'iaift Pa6k-
Ing company are forced by the i__r-
clty ai'.ii hi_h price of potatoes ;"
abandon th> potato drying departmenl
Of their plant this vein-. Tho tnburs
are selling at an almost unheard of
price, and' there would be no profit
for the company in handling them.
Officers (ieis.T and Bourke arres! id
a man a! a hite> hour last night in th ���
Irani station on Columbia Btreet, The
man had been celebrating some eveal
euid bb a consequence was Intoxlca
and very violent, il" resisted arre il
and It  was only af er a .hard struggl.
May 4, 1907.     that be was brougl    I i the station.
PEEBLES j
Real Estate Brokers
and Financial Agents
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270 Columbia Street - - Telephone 307
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Headquarters
for  .    .    .    .
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A.   HARDMAN
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P. O. Box 248  J��	
Telephone 302 *
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
WEDNESDi
*AY_.
Trains & Steamers HOLD-UP MEN KILL
N. P. ENGINEER
C P.R.   MAIN   LINK.
ly.ive.   N. W. 1...40: tin- N. W. 11.35.
C.P.R. MISSION BRANCH.
Leave N. W. S.30; ar. Seattle 15.50.
Leave Seattle  12.30;  ar. N. W. 18.40.     BRUTAL BANDITS MURDER TRAIN
C.P.R.   WESTMINSTER JUNCTION. MEN   AND   E��CAPE    WITHOUT
Leave N. W. 8.30, 10.35, 15.40, 17.35.
Arrive N. W. 9.35, 11.35, 16.40, 18.40. RIFLING SAFE.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. X. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. in. and 9:55 p. m.
l.v. Vancouver 8.35 a.in., and 4 p.m.
The hold-up took  place    near    tl
scene ol  th    rob! ery <n' the Burlington Flyer t* n years ago.   It is a rou ;li,
mountainous   section of the   railway,
ami   tiii      Mini:-,-  arounc]   aDounds  in
Butte, Montana, .May 7.���The Nu
Coasi Limited, the crack transcontinental train on the Northern Pacific,
east-bound, was held up at Welch's
spar, i - mill s easi of Butte, this
(i. N. R.���PORT GUICHON. morning,    'rhe bandits used fire arms
l.v.  N.  W. 9:35  a.m.;   ar. Guichon   mercilessly,    killing  Engineer    Fran:,
2.20 p.m. Clew, win    an the North Coast Liml    i
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. in.; ar. N. W.    for i!u. ,,,,.. ,,_.;1  years> .������, wounil.
8:45 p in. and 6 p. m. (ng pireiuail james Sullivan.
Mondays only.
B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.  New  Westminster  5.50,  6.50, 1
nnd S a. m., and ev.ry half hour thereafter till 11 p, in.
Lv.   Vancouver  for   Westminster at
rame hours, hiding places   lifficull of access.   Af-
the ho! I- ip ila- robbers fled  into
Fraser River and Gulf     n,e mountains,  a big   posse,
UP RIVER. (|0ggi  |S   |n -.  -      irg ,jr,
^_>om~N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m. Th" N'�� "h    Consl    Uml,ed
From  Chwk.  Tu.,  Th., Sat., 7 a.m. Il!-''  consignments  of i trrenc\
Ramona��� Portend, Seattle and Spokane ban  s,
n"Ml N   v"'  ''''������ ''""��� sv   s ;,���,l,'      en rout.  ���   st, and Ihis was I	
of the hold- up.   The robbers fled af-
Tr-insfer  ter the shooting, withoul having _ain-
Prom N.W. daily, ex. Sunday 2 p.m. ed access to th*  safe.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m. This  is Hi.   fourth   time  the  North
Prom Steveston, 7 a.m. (Frl. 6 a.m.) roast   Limited   nas   men  neiu-up   in
three, years. The other three times thc
train was robbed at Bearmouth, atnnl
��� i^1 ly mil* s  wesl  of here.
The general manager of the N'oi'.h-
From Clnvk. Sun., Wed., Frl.. 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Mail Service
Close'. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas 7.45a.m. 0.lupin.
Sapperton and Mill-
I
side. Xo. 1  7.45a.m. 11.35a.m. ern  Pacific, Mr. Home   gave oul  the
Vancouver, No. 1. 7.45 a.m. 9.00a.m. following statement   today  about  the
(', N.R.  Cloverdale, attempt to rob the North Coast Limit-
Blalne .Seattle.. 8.45 a.m. 3.30p.m. ed  near  Butte,  Mont.:   "No.  22 east-
Van, & Cen. Park.10.30 a.m. 2.00 p.m. bound North ('cast Limited, Engin_er
Victoria   10.30a.m. 9.00a.m. Frank Clow and    Conductor    Culver,
East Burnaby .... 1.13.p.__. 1.15p.m, was held upon the easi siele of Butte
Ladner, Steveston, mountain aboul 16 miles cast of Butte,
etc  1.30p.m, 11.00a.m. Montana, by two or more men. who
C.P.R. east, Sapper- shot and killed the engineer and shot     '
ton, Millside an.l [he  fireman   through the  arm.    They    ,l
(""i"'"!"11     3.00p.m. 11.35a.in. di(i some ���,,,,,. shooting but evidently    I
Van. mai  Burnaby 3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m Became    alarmed    and   left.    Shemi    i
(<N'-:;- Fly*   4.00p.m. 11.00p.m. Webb> ���.  B1IIingBi  was on the tril_    |
Tlmberland,  Tues
an.l Friday
,12.00 m.    12.(10 m.
and started on the trail of the holdup men.    Bloodhounds from the Deer
~, ,.       n     .,.   n   ., ^,      Lodge penitentiary have  heen  put  on
Canadian Pacifjc Radway Co. their ,, n ,      ,, we ,X|(() '.��� ���ct    ,
British Columbia Coast Lln* thi   men.    Engineer Clow    had   1 i "
Service, running the Main for eight years. The '
robbers did nol gel any money. While
this road has had several hold-ups ia I
thai vicinity in the pasl ten years, we I
have- captured tli*- robbers in ever;, iti- i
stance and they are all doing time- In |
the penitentiary.
in  an   in.-ii   tune .air   money loss
has iiiii been more than $3000."
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notice).
Princess  May,   leaves    Vancouver,
May 9.
Princess  .May.   leaves    Vancouver,
.May 19.
Princess  May,   leaves    Vancouver, Women Fined.
May 29. Six women from the restrict   I dis-
VANCOUVER-V1CTORIA ROUTE      uU'< raced M ��lstrate Corbould in ihe
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vancou-   police cour! yesterdaj morning to an-
ver, 1 p.m. daily. swer to various charges. Thre* of them
Leaves Victoria daily at 1 a.m. Josie Barrett, May Wilson, and Grace
Lane, had i n caughl by thi  offi
VICiORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Leaves Victoria dailj i xcept Monday
at 8:30.
entertaining   .'isite rs   with   liquid   " '-
oshment    and proi    .'.-.  hail* I
'i  'he. judge on a charge of jelling   liquor    without    the    ne ei
VICTORIA     NEW    WESTMINSTER license.    In the couri    they   pleaded
ROUTE. guilty,  and   were  fined   $30  and  co.ts
S.S, Rithet each.   The other thre*'. NIta Cole, Fay
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tuesday   and Williams, and Edna   Jefferson,   were
Friday at 7 a.m., and leaves Nen West- nol  accused of dispensing fermented
minster on  Wednesday and  Saturday beverages,  bul   were   told   thai   ihey
1,1  ' a'!U- were up on a charge ee;' being oci it-
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE. Pants of a house of ill fame    $20 an 1
S.S.Joan costs,   li was rumored last night thai
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.m an��ther bunch of warrants would  bi
west coast  route. serv.-i on ihis districl and probably a
Steamer Queen  City. r' w more "r ""' 'nmates will decora e
Leaves Victoria at  n   p.m. on 1st, t,le Pawner's bench this morning,
Tth, and  l Lli each month for Clayo- 	
quot;   leaves Victoria    '.n    20th    for ioo Much Juice.
Quatsino and way points. Kelson,  Ma*   :    Frank Bower, em-
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt. ;l",'i1-  lhe Citj  Electric Light i
Steamer Transfer :''"'-'��� ll;"' ;l  mai veil.,us escape
Leaves  New  Westminster on  Man death een Saturday,    He uns working
day,  Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thursday :"  ""' ' '      ''"��� !iV1' ,""1    i""
and   Friday at 2   p.m. and  Saturday wl"" ""  became entangled    in    two
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mon- ft''res of 220-voltugi
day at 6 a, m. utes he was helplei    and then man
Subdivision of Lot 46, Block VL, comprising some
of the finest residential sites in the city,  is now
offered for sale exclusively by us. This magnificent property
is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st St. (facing Queen's
Park) and Emory St, comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on 1st St. at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave.
and 1st St., held at $1000); 2 lots on 4th Ave., 42 1-2x120, at
$600 per lot; 4 lots, 521-2x85, $450; 5 lots, $400. Call at
our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
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I   lot   No. 21  on   13th     ' eel   south      2 lots  on   -'a  St   between   5th and t    2  lol  .   S'n   21  and  32,  block a.   bi N'o.   SOU    !       nn
��� ��� of Lie avenue    I'ii'''   $200 cash. (3th Ave. on ea      Ide    full    Ized, lifix   tween Sixth avenue and N'anaimo St., room, cornet ���
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces i!!2;  Nos. a and  12.     I' lee $ loco fcr  and   between   14th   an.l   IGth   vine-- Price $4,000; f
a Sth avenue, nexl  to Gunns ranch, both, h   I cash,   ia!anc   easy,                Price $425 for both, cash land 6 months at
i lots > i, ared withoul a i tump; small
:,  lots on  i"i ner of 5th   \\*\ and
i one lot on tram line,   $800 for
price $1,500 for the two,
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,  "Bed to extricate Himself and _e*  to I' lloi :.  7, Lol  6   2 subdivisions i
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at I the ground where circnlal  was re- !'""P"'  cb,ckeD    ''":I>"'     '7f'    cholce  *th St., S.-W. corner; cleared.    Price   ning from 5th to 6th Sl    Ith and 5th
7 a. in.;  Friday at tl a. tu. additional   stored after a  ham  flghl     Bower de- ch,ckens*  bor8e '""1   r,��:  $150�� cash'  $1200: ll;l"' cash< l:l1 " i:l ,; months    ^^
trip Saturday 5 p. m. dares he has had enough electric wart      '   '""  1'""s''   ,;  ,'""",s    :""'    flush|at 7 ��er cent'
UFPER FRASER river ROUTE     '" 'as' "m a lifetime. ''"M ' "" l,h avenue' """ '"' fl"m 2nd      %  acre between    Queen's and 3rd
ccR  '  8tree<   "" S""n'   B,dei   frUl'   "^   Pr,Ce    AV"    ""   W"S'   8i<ie '"'   "lll,:   ���N'"'   ''   i""1 ''   ""   VanC0UVBr   r0ad*   COnler
,ve' $1900;  1-2 cash, terms for balance al   ,;   Block 48'   132x165 feet' all cleared   "' (:'"''-v  l'":"i-   $225 per acre,   Acn
Fire Destroys Town. 7   ,���,, ,,.���,.    siz(1 (|f  ,,���   --,,,;-. [ ftn|,   fmpttA      py.^   J10.n.   ,.,.���  ^^    ag*   is selling  fasl a. this  price.
Leaves  New  Westminster,  S  a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.        Panama, May 7.   Advices
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,   here state thai lire- al Bocns del T	
'I ha, .y.    ���,i   M,1:,,|V.    ,.,,|lng at panama  Sa,urdny pract|Caiiy dertmr-
i '''1 the  town.    Mocis del  Toro    la    a
and   fenced,    Price  $1050;  $550 cai
it lots, full si/.e, c.th  St.. Burnaby, I balance In 6 months.
-    acres on    )i;ir i   road   Iim in bv
easl  side,    mn yards   from Cliff fan      |..,n B|Ze_ lot .en Royal avenue, be-  $iso an
landings  between  New   Westminster j ��, the town" Bo ca_"__riv_ro""       i  Factory; wn good'   '''i'"' "���� $1020,  tween Fourth and Merrlvale; all clear-  <i\lv,   One-quarter cash,' balance 1
nnd Chiiliwack. ,,,,..-. '    *::''" l'lis1'. halance on easy terms. ed. $1,200, $800 cash and "  venra at 7 a
port on the Pacific, situated on an Is- years ai i ',.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE. land   of   the   same   nam.'.     It   has    ,
S. S. Tees population of aboul 3,000 or  1,000.    \
Leaves Vancouver at   8   p.m.   2nd fire there  In March.  1904, destroj "I
and   16th  of each  month,  calling at more' thatl 100 houses,    the   damage
Ski.legate on first trip and Bella Coola aggregating a hair million   lollars In
on second  trip. Time on arrival and gold,
departure are approximate,	
For   reservations   and   information
li mi s see    ne, late   o   the    Frm ��� r
. '   ,25oO;
room,  etc.;   ^i i
, ash.  - alane.    -
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No.   310   -9-roomed   ;
room,  Agnes   SI    $3.0001 _-
balance 3 and G
No.   312,-8-roomed '   ...
room, Agnes Sl      '
cash, balance 3 an I '��� "���
t   For  the above
special price will b*    - '
i baser,
I
McQUARRIE &  CO\
cull or address
ED, QOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
R. J. COYLE,
_'.is*t. Gen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver,
J. W. TROUP
' River Lnmbi r eompany, Is Ben ling ���
a gam: oi men lo the   i   t- Telephone    333
tny's camp at   Tin  lak mn j^
! ia .   A iiii.i.m i|   11.    are     m ���
Real Estate Brokers
FRONT   STREET
Telephone
,   J3j
General Buperlntendeut, Victoria. ' ' ''       i ''!" sam*   boat.
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London. .50*'
1907.
NOTICE.
GIVEN that .Is
'-
-
,.,11.1 to appl;   to
-��""'  "������  \-'' '
i, to .-ut em'1 earth*    folio** li g
-
���
u   Kitsumgallum
,  posi   plai t* a
I   ,;... north-west
:, ,    preemption
���    , ������   - n's
lows . 80 die.ins
chains west e.n.i
lt of commence-
k
���
.a
[i 1-.
post    planted
the  north-west
mptlon claim,
' 160 claims west :
,",., ehains east and 4..
,.., , i   .a  commence-
a p..st planted
. north-west cor-
... ., mptlon claim,
mi chains easl ;
I,in   west   een,I   80
uommencemenl
��� A. ti
1
I ,    post     planted
I .  north-wesl cor-
pre-emption  claim,
160 chains easl ;
1 .   chains  wesl ;     40
i       . U( commencement.
��� ,       ;,       pOSt
,[ the north-wesl cor-
emptlon claim,
planted
I
i
I' - pr
l- -'         ..   .    160 chains easl
i   cliains   west;     40
I  mencement.
e\oThVrCoerd
pre-emption claim
11; ��� i chains east;
, halns  wesl ;    4"
... commencement.
���
���
,i    posl     planted
.   i.i.i el, w. at  coi
pre  empl i"ie  cl dm
1(1 chains w. si
ilns east t      i 60
���  con mencement.
a    p..si     plante d
i. ertli w	
pre ��� mh>! lon  claim,
80 chains w���   '
i east; SO i
��� . ��� ��� ment,
.,    posl     plnnted
north we   ���
I :.  emptlon  ��� I ��� tn
160 ch ilns ��� i -
-  wi a    ���imi 40
, i :,:  of commemce-
-     i    posl     planted
north-wesl coi
i n pi lon i
10 chains north .
i i   . hains    north .    4n
��� .  south ;   l 20 chains
n' i - en. ni.
nl    n   post     nt..' ������ I
of the Bouth w. ��� I
So   _6,  then  running
,i i  wesl .   I" ���
asl ;    and  40  chain -
��� . ncement
ii    .-.    jiusi    pl in! .1
.rth  nt   the Bouth-we -<
So.  JU.  th. ii   running
iin i  west.   i"  chains
4-' chains  north
i ement.
Bl     ei     post      pleilll.'.l
.1 the north-w* sl coi
. pi ������ . mptlon claim,
... .    160 chains wi sl .
160   ' i. tins  east;     40
��� ,  [mini   ol   commen
m ire or less.
IOODY,
; VXK  VANDALL,
Lo   ito
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
TAKE NOTICE thai    ���   ,
���   made to registi    i
Hono      a    the ownei   in I
un let a tax sale de nl :
a   l    Treasurer   of   ti.--   cit    ��� ���
We ' min- .i.  io   Fn ���
bearing date the .-, .      ,   .'. .
A.   D.   I9n  . ;., ,
certain   parci
Premises situate, lying md belnq in
'"" City of New Westminster, I, ��� ,,
Province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described as
subdivisions it. is. it.. ,������ |0|
urban block 9,
Vou ami each of you are required to
'" ntesl the claim of the tax purch
within forty-five days from the date
"'' ,!l" ^sl publication of this notice
otherwise I shall register Francis C
Honour as owner thereof in fee, an I I
direel that publication of this n dice
In a daily newspaper published In N'ew
Westminster for thirty days shall be
good and sufllcienl service hereof.
11'''"I at the Land Registry Office,
N'i w Westminster, nroi ace ol British
Columbia, thit 19th daj of March \
I-   1907.
C. S.  KEITH,
Districl  Regisi
'!'' Gent ;e W, Jamil son, I-:, -i
N '        -a-    set  .-1 with this notice,
ii I  tho - claiming through o      ti |<
an I   all    lersoi     c!     dng   an
' '   esi  in the said  land bj   virtu ��� of
tnregl tered  In I   n .- nl   an i  all
n    -   timing any intere I   in  the
' !  land   by  descent,  wh .--���  iit!.-  Is
nol n ���: tere I un ler the provision   "r
the "Lan I Registry Act," shall be for-
��� ���    et topped and debat   ��� I  I   mi se!
ting up any claim to or In respeel of
the said land so sold foi taxes as pro-
vl le I !m  the ' I. in 1 Registry Act."
NOTICE.
N'otli     Is  In  ���  ij  given that 110 ���
��� ���     da ������ ��e- inten i to make applica-
ti m  to    he  Hon. the  Chief Confhiis-
sioner of Lands and Work.-, for a spe-
; i   license   to   cut   an 1  carry   away
ini er  from   the  following    li
sil late 1   In  the  Coast   District
'he-  Wesi   Bank  of  Kittimal   Arm,
il   15  miles south of Kittimal  Inli ��������������� Vill ige  ia  a  small bay.
No.   L'n.   running     as     follows;    80
��� ns na it, SO ��� hains north, SO chains
��� ist, mot ���    ���;��� 1 'ss to the sho e, then
he shore 1    poinl   if < ommence-
���:    al
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
lenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
0 -"���' - '���'��� ' ol li iminion Lands,
DePartmi - ol the Interior, and mark-
i 'I on the . nvelope "Tender for Tim-
'""' Berth No. 515," will be received
'���>' Uns department until 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the 5th .lay of
���]"""- 1907, for a license to cut timher
"" Berth No. 515, situate in the Pro-
vi;"'" of British Columbia, and comprising Legal Sub-division 11 of Section 12, Township 6, Ran-.- 7. Wesl of
the Tih Meridian, containing an area
O-  I" acres, more or less
Tin- berth must be surveyed within one vear after the date of the notice awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a 11-
' en e will be issued, also printed
'":in;' of tender and envelope, may
bi obtained at this Department or at
'!���'��� office of the Crown Timber Agent
i New Westminster, B. C.
Ea* i tender  musl   be accompanied
a acc tpted cheqt n a charter-
| ink in favor of the Deputy of the
Mini '. :    of   the    Interior',    for   the
1 -at   of the   ! onus   which  the  ap-
dean repa    1  to ] aj   : n   a  11-
��� - -. ie
The hi. h -si or any ten ler nol nee
tril     i   ���  ited.
No tendei  by telegraph will be enti rtained.
PERLEY G  KEYES.
Ser-retary.
Departmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa, April Gth, llm:.
TAKE NOTICE that appli a I in b i
been made to register Florence Mar)
Eveleigh ,i- the owner In Fee Simple
under a Tax Sale Deed from The Corporation of the District of Burnaby, to
.lames Cunningham, bearing date the
10th day ol March, A. li.. 1902, of all
and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land an I premises situate,
lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as subdivisions
-" ami 'l\ of subdivision "A" of lot 29,
group 1.
Vou ami each of'you are- hereby required to contesi the claims of the
tax purchaser within forty-five days
from the date ol the firs! publication
nf this noiice, otherwise I shall register Florence Mary Eveleigh as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of'this notice for thirty days in a daily newspaper published at New Westminster will be good
and sufficient  service. I hereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office-.
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 25th day of April, A 1)..
1907.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.!
To   L.   A,  Bayne,  Esp
All persons served with this notice.'
and those claiming through or under
them,   and   all  persons  claiming  any
inte 'esl  in the said land by virtue of
any  unregistered   Instrument,  and all
persons claiming any  interest  in the
saiel   land   by   descent,   whose  title   is
not   registered   under  the  provisions
of the "Lane! Registry Act," shall be!
forever  estopped   and   debarred   from
setting up any claim to or in respect I
of the sai 1 laud so sold for taxes as
provided  by the "Land Registry Act."
WE ARE USIHG PURE CA5ADIA.J MILK 15
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS LH
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN  CO., Ltd.,  TORONTO
S5____a___. *
WHERE TO DINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
B.    C.    SATURDAY    SUNSET.
Weekly   Illustrated  Paper  Will  Sho: m
ly   Appear  in   Terminal   City.
wr f        j)     , ,      Vancouver, May 7.���Vancouver Is I i
_S_��nnCy S     KeStaUrHint  have a week-end Illustrated paper, 1
voted    to    current    events,   socl.l
Open All Night music and drania, literature and hum-
' en'.    By  a   eh-ai  which   was  arrange i
SECOND-HAND JUNK STORE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES.
BEGB1E STREET
Phone 214
Tenders   for    License   to   cut   Timber
on  Dominion  Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
'
M ircb '.'!. 190
SEALED TEXDERS addressed to j
the Commissioner of Dominion Lands,]
i;' , .i rl menl ol I he intet lor, and mark-
! en he em lope "Teu ler for Timber Berth No. 516," will be received at
this Department until 12 o'clock noon
on Wednesday, the 5th day of June,
1007,   for a  license  to cut  timber on
Berth No. 516, comprising lands situ-
N ' -';   Commen ln_ al a p ist plant-    ... |n ,,,,, ,,,. ,.,.���.,. ,���- ,,.,Iish Colum.
81 A
CcSiS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
' i ulnlon Lamls with
Belt in British Colum
..   ..   - ,i led '.'.��� anj  per
lie sole head of a family,
-   ...  IS ye irs of   age, I
:. ��� |uart ���".    sei tion ol
:; - ,' or less,
oiade  personal!*   -.'
ftii ���  for the distrii I in
. .  . .  sit ia;e.
���   ' i ler Is required to per
in I tion - connecte l  there
��� he following plans:
east     \ months' resident e
.  Ivati in of   the land In
foi  ��� ,:ve 5 ears,
her (or mother, if the
I), of I lie homestea I
m a farm in the \ icinltj
��� at* red for,   the   require-
lence may be satisfied
residing    with  the
��� -  m -r has his perman
a farming land own
i ��� -. Iclnity ot les home
" i tlrements   as to resl
��� afled    by residence
. ..ul.
���.- In writing Bhoul l
' 'ieiumlssl.it! ���:��� ..r  Do
��� Ottawa "! Intentl a
ent.
> .���  be purchased a! $10
i ial and .-1 : u an
ire than   820 a* res
" !    -    one  iii'liv i.lua!  o"
ii '  i ���    al  the rate of ti n
"���   il  .'  * "i  pounds shall  he'
''���" gi >sa *nitput.
VV. VV. CORY,
- Minister of the in
e 1 on the wesl bt of Kittlmat Arm
. oul   15  miles south  of Kittimal   lu-
in  .iliage in a small bay, thence 80
h eias west, SO chains south. SO chains
east,  a  ire or  less  to shore,    thence
i! ing   Bhore to   poinl   ol  commi nei -
n ent.
S'o _2, i' immem lng u a post planl -
'-1 In .e baj given n ime of Indepen-
lenl Baj Bttuate 1 aboul 'J miles s mth
. ast of the nortii en 1 ol Constie Island on eas' hank of Kittimal Arm.
m  ���     SO   I ll uie -    ��� lUth,      i'i    ch eias
east,   10 chains north,  i'1 i h iins east,
t -   i bain t   not I h,   v"   ch ilns   �� ��� st   to
- inl of commencement.
N'o. 2!. Commencing ai ; osl , i entei!
���   . ��� : dies  - mth of Kil Imal  la-
on   1 mm astatlon   < h innel
:.      ���;     , -.1 il 5 I ya    - smith
of the  II.a Springs, thence SO i halns
eas'. sii chains south, SO chnlns wesl
mure- or less tei the shore then along
the  Bhore   to   poinl     of    i on men ���
ment.
N'o. _ I   i' immenclng al posl plai  -
mt 15 ml ��� - north of Hartterj   Ba;
on  easl   bank   of  Kittimal   Arm    on
ii iv. ki iburj   Islan i  thence   I i chains
east, 16 ' chains not I h, 10 i hnlns west,
mere ot less, t * shore then al ng shore
to    oinl   ol  commencement.
No, . - Commencing al post plante 1
about l i miles north ol Hartlej Baj
on   e. ank   of   Kil Imal    V m   on
i-' md on a sma i i
. :..,-   120   chains   Bouth,   10   ch ill -
east,   I" chains n irth,   10 i halns easl
10  e h iins   north,   1"  i hain-   west,   I)
:     .   rth,  10 chains wi >t, to , oinl
comn   nei men!
No. 20. Common
i   i ii   one  mile   an I   ti   quartei    \v*
i [_aj  Iii li m \
bia, ami descri ed a sfollows: ���
Timber Berth No. 516, comprising
Sections _7. 28, 33, 34, ami the East
halves of Sect inns 'J'.* and 32 in Township IS, Range 23, Wesl of the 6th
Meridian, containing an area of 5
square miles, more or less.
'I'h.- berth must be surveyed within
one year after the date of the notice
awarding the berth.
The regulations un ler which a n-
c* nse will be issued, also printed
terms of tender apel envelope, maj be
obtanieel at this Departmenl or al the
i office of the Crown Timber Agent at
Ne w   Westminster,   I!.  C.
Each lender must be accompanied
bj an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank In favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, fo rthe amount of the bonus which ihe applicant is prepared to paj  for a license.
The highest  or any te nder not ne-
��� ssarily   accepted.
No ten ler b* tei* graph will be enti rtained.
PERLEY  G,   KEYES,
Secretary.
Department  of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 6, 1907.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
NOTICE  IS HEREBY  GIVEN  thai
sixty   days af - r date  we   Intend   to
i    .     to   th"   ii morable    the Chlel
. |ssl iner  of   Lands  and    Works
[or   permission   to  purchase  the  foi-
nv au trai t of lan 1 Bltuated In Co isi
riet,  foi   a MUI Site.     Commenc
ing at a posl plante i on shore of baj
. .   E   Arm   Hit iskln   I. ' e,   about   S
W.   .orner  T.   I.   No     6043;    thence
i.i ���'-. on g ,uth  in   chains;    Wosl    5 chains;
in
160 ch g mth 10 - hai is, more or less to N.
'���
in
:
...    j,,  chains  east;   unite e shore of Turnbull Cove; thence Wes
1,,'dian   llesene ' ' with shor ��� line 21 i h ilns;   North  ll
' ���     hnlns;   Easl
��� hen  -ei 'ii-
, mi nencement.
Xo 27  commencing at ;   ���    ���' :i ' ' "hore Um
-���   < I P"lnt   or  con,'cen ent;   c intalnlng
Kta    lta ,:;;;, | V|i     e on north bank 10  acres,  more or less,
��� ���
<!. ilnt . North
chains, more or 1 ���--. I i shore of
Huaskin Lake; thence Easl with
20 chains, more or less, to
'nai
��� i   publication ��� I
" nenl    will n il  be
my,   them e  160   * ham
west,   160 < li 'in ;    ��� mth
i' ,.n  along  siauv  t i i oinl   ol
a
plant-
TAKE
The White Pass
^ Yukon Route
���
' '>. CARCROSS, ATI.IN.
{���'��� !  ��RSE,   DAWSON    ,m-l
Daily  trains   (except
ncenien ,
v . 2S, Commeni In ; at a
, 0U| one mile and thr innrters
,,,..-   of Kiakiata Baj   Indian  village,
n  mirth bank of bay,    thence    160
chatna   north, 40 chains    west,    160
halns   lotith,  10 chains easl  lo poinl
of commencement
Xl, -"i Commencing nl a post plant-
���i houi one half mile oul from mouth
.-Kildala rl n  ���  ' '''- thence
mirth.  10      DATED this  19th ilaj   of Februnry, j
to m07.
The   Mclaughlin  i.umrer   __.,
LTD.
. v C, R   McLaughlin, Pres., M. n
FORE8HORE   LEASES.
Notli i- Is h -:������'..  given that, 60 days
1 -     date,  I   In an i  to apply l i the
Hi n.   Chief   Commissioner   of   Lands
and Works for a lease of the foreshore
i hi   for  booming  and milling    pur-
��� e . comprising t! e whole of a bay,
.. , the name of Independeni   Bay,
'
���     ii  ,       i   .      ��i._;ii     -i.i      ii    it      I**--' j      .-.-.-.
10 cl ilr      mth,  10 chaii    "- - ��    } !(.;!,,il abflu; two m���eg B0Uth o{ the
chains  south,   10  chains    west, wd ,,,- 0o9t, ,,,,,,.,, on .,���. easl
���frying   passengers;   mail,    ��� ,-.    north to the Bhore, then
'
T,
freight   connect   with
��� isi and White Horse.
���   * thr eii_|i winter iei ������ I
'tii tl   apply   to
'GERS, Traffic  Managei
Vancouver.  '1   C
,re to p 'i"' of commencei n nl
\V. II. MOODY,
FKANK   VANDAL1
a*    of Ki'iinat Arm,
.   - ���:',    r -,'-,,    '\i; !
[iOcal m
i   vpr | fit!
1  ' M
in i   iboul two
li Arm.
i. ��� ��� ite i Vi -:: "��� h, i'������ :.
'. ILL1A '1    HOi il V.   !.- c tor,
'���" VNK  V VNDALL, Ajent.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKK NOTICE that an application
has been made to register Alice B.
McDougall, as the owner in Fee
Simple', under a Tax Sale Deed from
the Mayor and Treasurer of the City
of New Westminster, to Alice B. .McDougall, bearing date the 15th day of
January, A. I)., 1900, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being
In the City of New Westminster. In
the province of British Columbia,
more particularly known and described as; Subdivision 30 of Lots S
and 9 Suburban Block :!.
You and each of you are required to
contest the claim of the tax purchaser wi'hin forty-five elays from the
date of the first publication of this
noiice. otherwise I shall register Alice
It. McDougall as owner thereof in fee.
And I direct that publication of this
notice for thirty days in a daily newspaper published at New Westminster
will be good and sufficient service
thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office
New Westminstei-. Province of British Columbia this 25th da.v of April,
A. D.,  1907.
C. S.   KEITH,
District Registrar,
Tn   William   Edfaonds,   Esq.
All  persons serve!  with this notice,
and  those claiming through or under;
them,   ami all  persona   claiming any
interest   iii  the  said land by virtue of ���
fmy unregistered Instrument, and a!'.
persons claiming any Interest in the
said   land   by  descent,   whose  title  is ;
I not registered under the provisions of :
the   "Land   Registry   Act."   shall   be
forever  estopped  and  debarred from
|setttng up any claim to or in respect
of   the   said   land  so   sold   for  taxes
as  provided  by  the  "Land   Regtslry
Act."
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Trl. 113. Office, Eighth Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
Following Is the locatli n an I num-
bei of the fire alarm bpxes :������ the city:
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth,
ft���Ro; al avenue and Elgh
B���Fifth avenue and Twi Ifth.
IL'���St.   Mary's   Hospital.
13���Second and  Park H iw.
11 ��-Columhla and  Dutterin.
I '���   s ipperl a:
"���'.   Queen's avenue and  Sixth.
21���    ...d avenue and Second.
."���Fifth   avenue   and   Fourth.
2;   Fifth avenue an 1 Eighth.
?7���Third avenue and Tenth.
P2��� \en <* eea i  sixth.
ti- =ti h tali ��� Machine Worl -.
. _���Columbia and McKenzie,
36���C, P. lt.  Station.
-12- Sm "   Ind 1 u kla: '   Ml   i,
Second-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS,     RANGES.    STOVES,
BUREAUS. 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
NOTICE
NOTICE is 1 ere' . -' m I il Leonard l__mpert h is submltte 1 to the
Lieutenant-Governor In Council a proposal under the "Rivers and Streams I
Act," R.S., B.C., Chap. 168, for the
clearing and removing of obstructions
from the Lillooet River, and for making the same fit for rafting and driving
thereon logs, timber, lumber, rafts
and crafts.
The waters to be affected by the
said works are the Lillooet River,
from  Lillooet  Lake to Pin   River.
The lands to 1>*> affected by the said I
works are all lamls abutting on the
said Lillooet River for the full distance of the proposed works, being
Crown lands and lands In Townships
9, 12 and 4ii east of the Coast Meridian, New   Westminster District.
The rates for tolls, hoomage, rafting, driving of logs, timber, lumber
raits anil crafts, and for taking care
of same until delivered, proposed to
be charged, are such as may be fixed
bj the Judge of the County court of
Westminster, pursuant to section 10
of the "Rivers and  Streams  Act."
Dated at New Westminster, B. C,
this 26th day of March. 1907.
LEONARD LAMI'KRT.
em Saturday afternoon the printing
plant of the defuncl Guardian was
purchased by John P McConnell an I
Et, S. Ford, his brother-in-law, wno
recently arrived trom the e ist.
Mr. McConnell, who has been a
Bpeclal correspondenl and a memh r
of the Province staff for the lasi
year or so. has bad a wide and
varied experince throughout Canada,
and is known as a newspaper writer
from the Pacific to the Atlantic. He
was al one time- manager of Tor him.
Saturday Night, the- most successful
weekly In Canada, and ii is upon the
lines of that paper thai he will model
the new paper which will be known
as the i.ritisii Columbia Saturday
Sunset.
Mr. Ford, who will manage the
business end of the publication, is
one of the best known business men
in Ontario, where h<> was for man;.
years engaged in the departmental
store business. Mr. Ford's large experience as an advertiser an.l also as
a part, owner of an Ontario newspaper
well qualifies him for his department.
Celebrating With Bombs.
St. Petersburg, May 7���A plot which
resulted in the liberation of 160 prisoners was daringly executed at A.-
examlrovik yesterday during the Ruj-
slon Easter services at the prlso i.
While high mass was being celebrati 1
In the prison chapel, a band of revolutionists entered the building, killed the
chief inspector and exploded 11 >
bombs. Dnder cover of the confusion
which followed, thirteen polltis i
iilsoners, including several Important
terrorists, escaped. Otherwise tl ���
Easter holidays passed quietly,
Maiden Ladies' Festival.
Brussels, May 7.���Maielen ladies of
the little Belgian village of Bcausslnes
are again organizing for Whit Monilay
a huge matrimonial party to which
"all bachelors tn the world" are cordially invited. A delegation of the
ladies' organizing committee is now
visiting the principal Belgian towns
to collect funds necessary tor the festival.
j^_a______3_r___a i
._3g
ADVERTISEMENTS  IX    R
JL / i- _���
: ;
Daily
-L   v. W
ws
��     tii. tv*. *    r*T i"    r* ".tt T "^ v.'
��    BIu-Nu    blu    Ki_ J U uMb
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
3_b ____B___a_a____________M
\
/ WEDNESDAY
��f-
mi
y   i i
*
Wi';
TEA!   TEA!!
We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceylon
Tea, in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
METHODISTS APPOINT
MANY DELEGATES
Keep tke Flies Away j
REPRESENTATIVE
GATHERING
ATTENDS  ANNUAL   MEETING-
EIGHT YOUNG  MEN ADVANCED
fFARM FOR SALE-)
In fine location; 20 acres cleared; house worth
$2,000; barn 65x90; other good buildings, all
new; good bearing orchard; first-class water;
school and post office.
Price,   ...    $4,500
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths* Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OFJIXTK, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
SPECIAL OFFER.���A Cook Book with every Monarch  Range sold before
the 15th of May.
The "Ste_y S_.tof__rt.ry" Range.
"An abundance of hot water,"
says the Monarch man, is
quickly obtained and easily
kept because of the very large
heating surface of the Monarch
pin extension water front. It
is located on the left side of
the fire box and does not inter.
fere in the least with the per
icct workine of the oven." H
BRYSON  &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Te!. 65
*S" Agents for "KLENO." "_*
���#
1907
McBriarty LaCTOSSe Sticks
S____HH_____Jg
Have Just Arrived
FOR SALE BY
| J. J. MACKAY y CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
������*
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:-������
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:*
At ilie annual meeting of the Xew
Westminster districl of the Methodist
Church which convened in the Wesi
i.nel church yesterday, ministers, probationers and laymen from the city
and many outlying parishes were in
attendance. A large amouni of
important business was transact! I,
'which kept the meeting fully occupied
I until a late hour last night. The meeting was brought to order .at oae'-
thirty yesterday afternoon, with Rev.
W. .1. Sipprell. D. D., in the chair,
and the Rey. R. F. Stillm.m of Chiiliwack, officiating as secretary of 'be I
ministerial session.
At   the   ministerial   session,   which e
occupied  all afternoon,  the  following
were present: Revs. W. .1. Slpprell, D.
D., W. H. Barraclough, .1. I'. Bowell, I
T.  D.  Pearson. Prof.   B.   M.   Ejurwash,
.1. A.  Belts, Ladner,    H.    Wilkinson, |
Langley, R.  F.  Stillman.    Chilllwa.k,
G.  H. Morden,  Chiiliwack.    The  Rev.
F. A. Magee, who is a member of th i
Kamloops   district,   and   Rev.   .lames
Turner,  superintendent    of    Chinese
i missions were accorded corresponding
privileges.
: I     The character of the  various uiin- I
i isters and probationers was examine 1,
i and as no objections were raised their
| characters passed.
The following young men were   id-
j vanced in their standing: L. Thomas.
.1. .1. Nixon, W. P. Ewlng, C. A. Bit-
zolii, n.  R. Storey. A.  M.  Thompson.
H. AVilson.  and   Professor    P.    McD.
Kerr.    The superannuated relation of
' the   Revs.  T.   D.   Pearson,  and  J.   P.
Bowell  were continued,  and the Rev.
R. F. Stillman was granted a supe>-
j annunted relationship for one year owing to ill health.    Rev. G. H. Warden
requested    a    superannuary relation,
��� | which is to be given at an adjourn, i!
annual meeting of the ministerial session   of   the   district,   to   he  held  on
May 15, at Vernon. Fl. C.    The above'
j business   having  been  brought    to a
1 close, the  various  members    of    The
convention adjourned' to partake of a
banquet tendered them  by the ladies
of the congregation  of the West End
, church.
The session resumed its sitting at
7:30 p. in. anel in addition to the min-
I isterial representatives the following
I laymen were present: J. C. Smith, ( .
.1. Robinson, J. Peck. T. R. Pearson,
J. M. Kenny. F. O. Canticle! from the
Queen's Avenue church: A. P. Halliday, West End church: T. Sampson,
Sapperton; S. W. Boothroyd, Cloverdale; A. C. Weils, Chiiliwack; and
Mr. Wheeler of Cheam.
Rev. E. M, Burwash and T. It. Pearson were appointed to audit the
schedule. Rev. R. Wilkinson was
elected journal secretary by ball it,
and Rev. W. H. Barraclough statistical
secretary. Reports from the va-io ���,_
'Circuits and missions were real, and
��� showed remarkable advances in b Uli
membership and missionary contributions,
The West   End   congregation     >��� i -���
given  permission  to  sell   part  of :,s
property on Twelfth street; New West
minster,  and  the  Chiiliwack    circuit1
reported having acquired lots for lhe |
Children's Clothe^
: For May Day
Unusual Display of Tub Dress J
Jusi such clothes as your children can wear with the ���
en,    I
it is nothing serious If they come home with ibe all stii
"" ""';,l,|(' ��"��__
11 "  * " ; "."������ : ����������lle_t_roJ
the' day's outing.     We give yo*i  the prices of good
Dresses.
Screen Doors
and WINDOWS
00. SOc.
its
'���������:
5   small boys' Buster Brown linen suits, each   ....       *���,.,,-  ..
Girls' fancy Gingham Dresses, B to 16 years, each
Girls' navj  print Sailor Sujts, S to  ll  years, each
<;iils' linen Sailor Suits, 6 to II years, each   	
(lirls' while pique or muslin Buster Brown Dresses,
;: io S years, each    ao nn
   *z-00 and ��__
Misses'lustre Shirtwaist iSuits,  10 to 16 years, each        t- nn
��� ���   .^.u. and _u
Ml__fc._'   WHIlt   SILK    SHI R I WAIST   SUITS
Girl_' navy serge Sailor Costumes, l to l. years, each      $2ont
(Jills' cream lustre coats, i *.*) I years, each
 43
Children's white cambric Drawers, .ill sizes, pair
c tc ;_
c t�� $3.io|
��������� $1.501
Anderson & Lusby
 ___ . . j
A bsolute Accuracy
in Dispensing
is a special feature here.
Your doctor knows what
quantities and materials to
put in your prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your doctor orders. Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed by scales
and measures proved accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest
to have your prescriptions
filled by us.
j
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, -        New Westminster
CHILDREN'S   HEADWEAR   IN  GREAT  VARIETY
Pleasing Styles at  Little Prices.
Girls' en- boys' Galatea Sailors, wide brims, each     25
Children's muslin Hats, man,  styles, each   	
g   Chii lee n's silk  Hats, each   $2.00 and $2 .
dirks' trimmed Plops In anv style, each $2.00 totem
Babies' muslin  Bonnets, white only, each  25cto51'���
CHILDREN'S WANTS  IN  HOSIERY
Carefully  Looked  After by  Us.
Babies' Cotton  Sox���In   tan,   black and white, per, paii      . 15c to_H_
Cashmere Sox���in short anel three-quarter lengths;   1 '        tai
cardinal, black and cream, per pair   15c to "_|
Children's Colored Hose-  In cotton <*r   cashmere,  all   ce also
black and white; per pair  25c to *_|
Boys' Durable Knee-Strong W-:ar Cotton Hose���I rf heavy        |e[j|
ribs, black and tan:   per pair   25c and :���_
Girls' Lace Cotton Hose-   "11 black and tan, all sizes; pair  . 20c to ;:,i
w^xoLLisT__i_ia
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
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FURNITURE
FISHING
TACKLE
Sporting   Goods
Toys, Dolls
The Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture is to be seen al i _LES,
$      Our clearance sale is still on.    Over $15,000 stock still to .
;���;      New goods arriving daily.    Latest styles anil best finishes.
W. E. TALES,
fURNITURE   EMPORIUM
>i   716 and 718 Columbia St.      Fcur  Floors.       Rear Extent.on,  F-ont Si.1
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AND
FANCY GOODS
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\ Electric Railway Service j
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
6.15 a.m. to 11 p.m.
20 Minute Service���No transrer.
Between 12 and li and 5 and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during  re J
mailnder or day.   Transfer at ���
Leopold Place. T
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be T
tween S a.m. and 11 p.m. ���
Sapperton Line. *
15  Minute Service from 6.25 a. x
111. to  11   p.m., except between ���
12 and 2, and 5 and  7, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly. *
Sunday Service   bair-nouriy be- ���
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
f
X British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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Columbia
Street
Full sized lot, street on
three sides, opposite the
Bank of Montreal.
Price $12,500
Terms, $5,000 cash, balance to arrange.
Columbia and
Clarkson Streets
1 lot, double frontage,
66x132 ft.; 2 lots with
factory thereon.    Three
lots in all.
Price $12,500.
good terms.
This property is situated
between Bank of Montreal and Guichon Hotel
opposite city market.
Moreys
217-219 Columbia St.
building rn' ei new church and a parsonage al Chiiliwack.
The delegates * lected to attend lhe
annual conference al Vfrnon wer,' .1
Cameron, C Cliff, T, li. Pearson, A.
C. Wells, G, li. Ashwell, A. D. Wh. I-
er, M. Li, DeBeck, \v. it. Bills, W. il
Padden, O. W. Boothroyd, (.*. J. Rod-
son, 11. c. Chamberlain, C. C. y-.u-.i-
eron. Alternate delegates were elected as follows: T. Cherett, it. Robson,
.1. McConnell.
The Rev. \V.  II.  Barraclough    was
elected district representative on the
stationing committee.   The next tir-
i nual meeting of the district   will he
held in Sapperton in May, 1908.
North Road Buys
10 acres. -| miles  from  town;   suitable for  fruit  and   poultr
"er a('��'   $60.00
11 acres. :; miles from town, frame house, barn an.l oul I
fruit trees and small fruit.   Price, terms   $2650
Scott  road���28 acres, E  miles from town;   7 acres cl*     ���
.00,1 house.; good water; convenient to school,    p.ic*    $1700
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE anJ INSURANCE
ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEWS
A young man, who claims to be a
resident of Vancouver, will appear before Magistrate Corbould this morning
chargeel with using abusive and ob-
sene language In a public place. The
man was standing In the doorway nf
the Lytton hotel, on Front street, y35.
terday afternoon, and his flow of eloquence was such as is used by men on
board sailing ships when things go
wrong. The man's actions were Btrong.
I ly objected to and he will explain to
1 the magistrate today  the reason for
his action.
WHAT IS NEEDED
t<> raise good stock is go0,1 _-EBD,    We ,.W|p |h(, ,���,,, .������, lhe
best only.   Make your chickens lay by giving them good feed.
Strengthen your live stock   by   building up   bone   and   mu
and use CARNEPAC.
LADIES have you tried the Pastry Flour made by the E
Milling Company.    If not Telephone 3,13 and try it; the n      ~
Obtained   are excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET a.i
"ttT- Telephone 333.
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