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 fii, SHILES & CO
Real Estate
See Page 4. TELEPHONE 85
*   i
WHITE, SHILK & CO.
Fire Insurance
See Page 4.
TELEPHONE 85
VOLUME 2, NUMBER 109
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY <>, 190'
10 CENTS PER WEEK
FRASER RIVER HARBOR
FIGHT   FOR   OPEN   SHOP.
CHINESE  ON  THE   HUNT.
..trnrr      F> r*>       l-_ r^_^>_^ _-^ �� . TOr0nt0   Ma��ter  PI'J:lnbers  Wi"   Make    Ex-detective  Leads  Party  in Quest of
MUST BE RECOGNIZED     Atten 1ptti_!_eak Union- d^b*^.
   r��ronto. May 8���The master plumb-]    Under   the  guidance of  a  Chinese
Monster Meeting on May 22 Will Inaugurate New Era for
New Westminster as Shipping Port���Natural Advantages No Longer to Be Neglected���
Board of Trade Business.
ive organized, and are determin- ex-detective, five Celestials are scoured to tight for an open shop, and .en lng "l(' ,,""n'"'-v In ' arch of the- ciii-
May 15, when the agreement expires, nese deck hamI wh�� escaped trom the
the men will all be discharged, if they i Woodford a couple or days ago, the
���    ecting of all the ri presentative s
.   cai lous industries of the city,
, m.i: iy   ol   : be   owners and
il mus of all kinds along
,���. im:. er river, will  be held in the
n  May  22,  tor the  pui    -
i  Id   Ins the | ossibillty of h iv-
; Ity recognized as a regulai
land  having    the    faclliti* -    m
I , the shipping of the c* a ���
wharves.
This moi i, one of the mosl In
an; for thi   welfare of the clt_   evei
1   was decided  upon   ,ei    the
regular meeting of the Ww Westmln-
i ar I of trade held last night in
��� .    board's    rooms.    \v.  u.  Gilley,
president, w-as chairman of the meeting, and there were present Messrs, .1
A. Cunningham, George  Small.   11.  T.
Thrift, 11  Schaake. .1. D. Taylor, L, B.
!. wby, E, Goulet, I'.  0.  Bilodeau, J.
_  Eastman, M. W. Minthorn and  \.
K. whin', secretary.
A communication was read froi the
provincial secretary promising to
bring before the executive   the   Im-
somethlng 1 ie to have the harbor place !  on thi    _dml ralty    chai I
The e the citj  wharf
rn ��uf.ii Ii m'   :��� th   o allow the larg ...
ers I    navigat*   here, ana v a   |
s-   i
i.s iiii r<   -      why ev* rything poi --' e
bo ,.: n ne to encourage ship-
; Ing.   As .   Int* by several of the :
have  nol  already gone out, and any
wh      -c willing will be re-engaged on
!i'     . < 'I shop basis    In order to In-
the  solidarity  of the movement
~;   parties to the    agreemenl    have
_> ided   themselves  to Hi*' extent   of
s? ',l;! :;:'"" to f5,000 -o stand by  the
-   onditions  agre ed   uj on;    The'  bonds
have- been deposited with the guaran
tee company.
reward of .'i'-")" being the incentive
which has pul these five men on th*
hum for the deserter. These live
manhunters have thoroughly canvassed Chinatown, and are certain thai the
fugitive is nowhere' In the city, their
theory being thai b< has escaped Into
:h*' country, where he may have secured work on a markel e ird< a with
some established countryman. If
���his ls the case, the ex-detective and
IRISH HOME RULE IS
ON INSTALMENT PLAN
House of Commons Passes First Reading of Bill Designed
to Give Ireland a Little Dose of Self-Government
��� Five Departments Remain Under
English Control.
his helpers are sang line of success in
Pacer Mills for Saskatoon. ��� their search, hut If the\man has ��� ll D
Saskatoon, .May  s���S.  Melville,  an  aged to gel to Vancouver, they aban-
eastern man. is in the city with a pro- ; don   hope,  as he    will    likely    have
membi oard, the �� irk  ha_   position  for the establishing here of   friends there who will shelter bim.
been neglec    I i-e     ���   past and ii i_  a big paper mill.   This afternoon Mr.   '
now- time '  i ' something was done to  Melville Is conferring with Mayor Wil-
make use oi  the  great   harbor.    Mr.   son.    Mr Melville  will    want    about
Cunningham then    'oposed thai a big   three acres of land situated close to
meeting  bi    ailed and    in this    was | the river or a railway or both.    He
will   asl;   for   some   concessions   from
the council, tax exemption for'a niim-
ber eef years and fire protection.   For
secon led E.  Goulet.    There    wa.
some difficulty in arranging aboul a
date bul the twenty-second of this
month was finally agreed upon.
Irish bill  to  the'  House of Commons
and  the  country.    1;  is  designed  to
mi < I demands tor Irish home rule,   li
was presented by BIrrell, chief secre-
. tary for Ireland, to a en wded houi ���,
The measure < onfersj little self . iv-
ernment, merely giving   th     council
conl 'nl of eight departments now mai -
^_^^^_^^^^^_^^^_^^^__i  [ "Keel   by   government     boards.     Tie
The theory  thai   a  Chinaman   will   council  is  appointed   by  the   (.own.
nol  help to capture another who de-   and while the lord lieutenant of In ���
Berts is badly, damaged hy tbe activity   land   is  given   power  to  nullify   Its
among the local followers of Conl t- I measures, the  crown  retains  control
cins, who are greatly agitated over th*    0f five of the eight departments, in-
J possibility of securing the $250 offer-  eluding   constabulary.     The   control
ed by  the  captain  of the  Woodford, j of  this  branch   always  has  been    a
London,  Maj   I     Thi     governmenl   fairs, while the' Irish members ol   he
yesterdaj  presented the long awaite.1   commons retain the right to legislate
the laticr reason it was desirable that
The proposed changing the location   a   si,<?   wi:hin   a   reasonable  distance
from   the  centre  of  the cit*
procured.
should
MOULDERS DESERT      ONE HUNDRED LIVES
OPEN-SHOP SEATTLE     LOST Off URUGUAY
of the  government agents' office's to
Vancouver was made tie   subject for
a  heated   liscussion by  ii. T. Thrift ' ���
The board we- inanimous in declaring thai thl. i Ity has ev< ry righl t e
the possession ol these offices, being
the oldest city in the province, and
the offices b . ig een an established
prortlllents suggested by the board in l''aiu:<' In-ie. Also the- present ]e,ca-
revious correspondence.   TheTequcsl   tion is very convenient   ror the nival '
made by  local  board thai   the   tolls   districts, far more so than Vancouver TWO HUNDRED and fifty UNION   steamer
ii,,.. ni going over the bridge be done  could posBil Ij be.   Some arrangemenl        M��N| SE��|< NEVy F1ELDS 0F EM
iwaj   with  was   also   promised   con-   might be mad*   wherebj   iffices cou>
.  .   tlon. be established In both cities, but ihe'       PLOYMENT.
J, li. Kennedy  wroti   from  Ottawa   board  is stronglj    opposed    to   any 	
notl     th*   board thai  fhe work of   ''han."   In   thi   offices.    The  subject
dredging Harrison    rive      would    be   "ill be discussed more    fully   al    a
eeded with as    soon as possible,   future meeting of the      iaxd.
edges at   present  being In ui e.      L.  B. Lusby bn ighl  up the- ques-
,,  will be available soon.   Thi  eom-   ison of the raiding ol the assessment   'f..um  (]le eas
munlcation was referred to the navi- | on Columbia and Front  streets. This
According to the Chinamen who have
bl 'il * Stablished here some time, a
man who deserts a ship is not of much
account, and deserves no consideration from his fellows.
thorn in the flesh  ->i  the Irish  people,
This half way measure Is pleasin:
to no political party. Unionists reg ird
it as a step toward home rule. They
object to giving Ireland the managemeni of many deparments of local af-
In similar affairs for England and
S* otland. They critfeise also the plan
nf governmenl as complicated and
cumbersome, Radicals are' disappointed because ihi��� measure' falls short
Of actu el home rule. Irish le
howevi ', maintain a diplomatic atti-
i ;d< until they Btudy the bill and
l .a the sentiment of the people. A
national convention will he held at
Duilin to decide upon the stand of tbe
I Ish parly. The' la-borites support the
measure because they are all home-
rulere.
To prevent the first reading of the
bill being deferred, and while Waller
Hun e Long still was speaking, Birrell
mn'. 'd fhe closure. Amid greal uproar and protests and shouts of ' sag,"
the closure* was parried by 417 votes
to i-l. and the bill passed first read-
'���-.-.-. 116 to 121. Tiie house then adjourned.
LOCKED OUT.
UNITE  ALL  RELIGIONS,
Lunatic Arrives    From     Nelson,    But   Chinaman Seeks to  Hasten  Millenium
Cannot Get Admitted to Asylum.
TRIKES ROCK AND
AWFUL PANIC BREAKS OUTNUMBER   SAVED   UNKNOWN.
-m 'ii i    ..M.i".. was  discussed  briefly.      Mr. Lusby
' I ary of theVTlimlpeg board   saiei thai the assessment, if levied foT
���   m asking   >co-operati��n I the    purpose    ol    speculation,    was
Seattle,   M:im '���Every foundry    in !
Seattle affected bj   tbe   strike    lasl
wee k of the union iron moulders has
p 'epar* I to i mploy    non-union    n ���
and i;  is asserted i '
ibe employers that the plants will be
.   .     bed ih g od .-hnpe within a
or ten days, with a gradually Increi s-
hig efficienc:
Buenos Ayres, May  S
rrom  Mon evidei . published here to
day announces that the French steam
"The   same   old   trouble,"   was  the
comment of two tired and thoroughly
dil - isted men who landed In the city
! abjLiut midnight yesterday in charge of
an Insane ; atlenl from Nelson for the
A   dispatch    provlncla] asylum    The two men are
W.  il.  Bullock  Webster    and    ,1.    G.
Black of Nelson,  who. upon  arriving
with
er Peitou from Marseilles, April 6, for ^^BH ^^B
h*   i        ic* ��� U I   to   the asylum
this port, was wrecked off the coasl . ,   . _.    . ,
������mi hi rg*    Miner :!)��-' rmmosion lint
Of Uruguay.   One hundred passengers ( th(,y  ^m  ,e  reIieve,,  of '{,lffl   .,,���.,
prairie city ln a resolution | wrong.   It means an increased price |    p0|ice protection bas been promised !
anil crew are said n, have perished.
.'���'.'���!. ���   Video, May    8.���The   Pi
recently passed    recommending    fhe   in  everything,  and    consequently    a | ^y  \j.1V0r Moore and Chief Waooen-   ~':i'': ''''���'���'��� shore al a
-   era   ei    ;<* seize  and    work    all | large Increase In   ������    m   I   of living,   s[etn   \,u]  .,,,.      ;. lfacturera ..,',',,,.   call d   Rinc*       De   Hi   n   u
mini    when there U any danger   wbicb would be a  bad  thing for tbe   .,., ._     .,.. .,,.,,,,��� from .,,���    .. ,   Qn .. ^ .m .   t _,,...    ,,
lofastrlke.    Tbe  seriousness  of the   city.    The matte,   wil    b* ��� I  Into   ,    .��   ,,    ...���,..   ,..,   ������.   non.union L     oj , ^^
by the municip_l lommittee, and in the ^^^^^"^ ^^^^^^^
I meantime it was recommended bj the
[' ���   '... which  was  near!?   caus   I   bj
I "��� ������..'.   ��� oul le in the middle wesl
- I   ������.^eeii   ;���.:���  'his   n-s, "ill ion.   ,l|
���'-������ Eastman, in discussing the      os- money  in  the Im      ten   nl      f   the
Bibility of joining the Winnipeg coun- treeta and  the assessment  wen.:; be
'.   hal be .houghl the question raised  as  a mattei  -if   course    next
too serious to be deaii with hy year.   Aftei ��� in                  discussion,
ol trade of the cities and the board adjourni I,
' ' ���   government would be going
too far if 1hey seized any of tbe mines
men.
Of tl:..   :;00  monl-ier s orieinallv  ;n-
chairman .that the council spend more I roh       .   . ,,   ..     ,    Qearly hairhav*
Seattl   ���   'king n* h  ���������������' '- of i m-
Their action was due to th
far.  that - m:i ! ���_iB^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
. mile in exe. in and sui coun led l
r ividing for an "open shop"
for all time hereafter.   This meant but
The
customs officials at Hincon De ii.1 r*  i
savi i 50 oul eef 101     He v many *   i-
ers are saved is nol known.
San Jose [gnacio, or Piedras Point,
permitted to enjoy a well earned rest
Dis     . Intmi nt,     how< ver.     awaited
��� m ��� n   .���" .:������ ;:iu  at  the  asylum  as
,-i amount of ringing and othi i nois a
���i the entrance wickel  could Indue
the watchman to pul in an appearahce.
Abandoning  thai  diversion as a  had
job, the  trio   next   proceeded   to the
Provincial  jail,  but   were'  again    dls-
lolnted,    A   move was   then  sag-.
gested in tbe din   Hon  i '   h<   : '.li :e
at ;ni', time    After seeni" furl her
tussloa the letter was filed, an I the
itei :��� [erred to a special commit -
t*e. consisting of Messrs Cunningham,
Bohaake and Eastman.
'- :��� Itei  was received from the si
retary       he 1.   lies'   .uxiliary o
;:   aid lumhian hospital thanking the
'.;       m;. aae of the room 'luring
��� ar, and making requesl for
'' ��� i : ition "I the favor for the
'Mn     ear,   This was granted,
i    ' ickson, secretary of the Pa-
��� '    i      Me tal  Work* ra'   assocla-
rote tl anking   the   boai I   por
' '       the, rooms  to hold   Ihe'r
;-   Hn rs,   The letter was filed.
In Hi" .. isi nee ol D. S. Curtis, chair-
!  n of the oommltte of municipal affairs, m w   Minthorne gave a  brief
" m 'ii" progress M the commit-
���Ul''   H" sai.i thai the board should be
KILLED   FROM   AMBUSH
^^Ua\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ two thirds of i i station where the tired outfit obtained
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_s- i I'diuitteiuce'. Tlvy then elec;,',;.', I H
It is situated 23  miles west of Cape j to gel the asylum by telephone.
by Mixing  All  Creeds.
��� Seattle, .May 8���Lee Gee Kwong, a
Chinese resident of Seattle, has a
plan to combine all religions of tbe
world into one great church and promises to accom] lisb in a short time
a tasi: that all ecclesiastics declare
is Impracticable.
Kwoii, who claims to be a dosje-nd-
ant of the Illustrious philosopher. Confucius, declares that he has in mind
a campaign that will make possible
the ur:;.) of all religions and ci _ds,
abolishing undesirable tenets of each
faith and preserving all that is goo:!.
He bas decided thai Seattle is the
i esl field for the beginning of his
task and declare s that he will soon
initiate the propaganda that will result In perfect harmony and union of
Christian, Hebrew, Pamhesist. Mohammedan, Buddhist, Atheist anl all
other members of faiths whose e'.'.ff,, .
ences have been the cause of ^ much
unhappiness and strife
Questioned ,,,n,,;;.���;���- bis self-Imposed task, Kwong tells fc-_ ator*.  of
one thing���that the  moulders'  union
Negro   Shootiny  Proves   Popular   Pas
time   in  Texns.
longer be recognized in any
ind   ��� -  i :' Seattle, Tac ��� ��� i
Belling!   i :    nd  Ei en t1
Thi    mouldei s un li r such  clrcum-
rstane ��� ���   fori saw   I ial    the    strugi le
May   S. As th     v '   :"::-'   Irawn out, and rather
assassination   '"an NV:li' fl'r nionths in ihe hop*   of
returning  to work,  half of them left
was
Sant_   Mm :;i eastern coa-.' ,, . ^^^^^^B ,     | MK  hiirh   m;suin________________________i
At their request, central rang up the 5    mission,
of Uruguay, and a oul 150 ml w . .,���,.|������,    ,���,  ,, .     ,       '  . ���������if  ,, ^
^^Hr!... jasjlum,  and   tbe  man   m  the  station 'f   my   purnosi        ,        ��� ��� ,,  ;;  V
Monte Video.
Beaumont,  Texa
re 'iit of two altem: tsj
': ���' mi amlensh I iimmum' last ni_!it nilj	
man   was  killed and    two    Beriouslj   for othei   places where there
wounded,    The dead man   is    Major Matter chance to go to work.
Boykin, n negro offlc* r, who was fired "	
upon I ;���' unknown pi rsi ns as he was
i aving a n   ���:<��� ,��� iioon.   I le ��..
five time's, all of the I ill*      entering
his body an I producing Ini   ml   i    fl
It  Is though!  'be1 shooting  was   i
Street Delivery Service.
Edm '.".a.    .May    S���Arrangements'
ai ���   now   completed for the Inaui i
tion of the carrii r mail delivery in the
city of Edmonton and the only draw
Iwaited.    This interesting performance I Ihere
. was kepi up until the patience of both
1 the man and the hello girl became ex-
will   be  im
more strife  I  I
religious world.     I will bj  my ���
be able to convince the world tha
I
The Celestial Empire left aeain for
(he hall n       esl aftei noon,
ifte    dis hargii      150,000   pounds   e;e-
fish at th*     Id sto age.   Anothei
I conslgnimenl of hi libul ts expected to
by  negroes an I sevi ral  ai rests have
been made,
William Huds n ol i ii an ��� and < I F
Woodfln of *'��� nter, Texas, wi n on the
si'ut of a cab thai was loaded with
people iieliii. In the outsklite of the
town win n thej v.. [Ired upon. A
bullet passed through the fleshy pari
of Wo idfin's hack and i nti red the a ������ i
of Hudson, li is tho ighl !:��� shooting
w.i- prompted by a spirli i;' reyeng ���
who killed ,i negro in
wards the   nd of the week
a ' back to a complete service b< ing Btai
e/il at once Is the fai;    thai man,
the letters coming to the central offii
aie no! properly addressed and num-
i er of the houses where the rei Ipi* il
lives.    While  this is  neglected il   is
Imposi Ible   i i make the delivery    as
��� : . ctive  as   :ii".   depart menl    would
wish to make it.
hausted, and preparations were made j us its fountain source Is par.. .. I
to leave the unfortunate man under ,!':lt " Chrisl and Bnddhi �� re to
the care of Jailor Mclnnes. Late',- In "l" '�� '��������' flesh thej would embrace
the night, the News office rang up and each would Bee In h- teachings
t'i" asylum and tl imo brilliant! of !h" olhei things which make for
success attended the efforts as re- the elevation of the human race. Lines
warded  the attempts of the   Nelson | of demarkatlon will be blotted    out,
b* .cre'    recommending   any
Improvements, although    be
������ reoommendations   should
'   ���    ��� en a geni'i'ti way    The mu-
���uelpa] committee wanted the vacant
I    I b:   the City included i���  the   -'<'" ��� ";i!s""
Jxi   e, as they are al preseni of no   0ran^ aj^ago
'''  lhe city.   .1. A. Eastman e���-
: ' ' I himself as strongly in favor
1 ' at siele'walks being built on
P��lUmbia street, ami Mr. GUle,V saiel
l"iat this win he (](mo ir the residents
""' street get up a proper petition
m Preseni ii to the city council.
E. Goulet, for the navigation com-
'"l"*'". reported having received a let-
��� 'Wm Ladner conveying the lnfor-
";'"'"l; lhal drifts of sand In the river
p>J��Blte thai porl bad mail*' nnvlga
"" n|mosl Impossible. Mr. GoUle!
lm' Uv notified those In
REBELLION RAMPANT
IN SOOTH MOROCCO
men to make connections wiii the institution.
Si veral cas< s of thl   kin    '. ?e ;i ������
curred lately, aboul ;. month ago tw
men arrived   in   the  city   under the
aie! If my plan  is successful It  will
demonstrate ihe truth of the conclusion reached by a greal English poet,
thai "there is good In everj-hing."
"Misunderstanding of religious prin-
ELEVEN THOUSAND
STARVE TO DEATH
POPULACE PROCLAIMS NEW SUL-
TAN, WHO RELEASES BRUTAL
ASSASSIN   FROM   PRISON.
Tangier, May s.- According to information recelvi I here from Morocco
City, the wheel" of the southern part
of Morocco is In a stale of rebellion,
Ai'ler the populace of Morocco City
had  proclaimed Mulal  Hafig, brother
I
Convict Paroled.
Portage la Prairie, Man., May 8���
Roman Cynoal, who was In April of
1906 convicted of manslaughter and
sentenced to serve ten years in Stony
Mountain prison, lies bei n released on
parole'.    Cyncal  was proved to bo the
principal   in a  drunken   brawl  which  of the   reigning  Sultan  to  be sultan
occurred one nighl In November, 1904,10f Morocco, Mulal released the prison Sutherland avenue,
suited In the death
colored,
ml
m.i which re-
of George King,
Two of Cyncal's companions,
harge ; prei\ Swereda and John Roga, also Im- j the
oners from the jail, arrested the murderer of Dr. Mauchamp, the French
citizen,   whose' assassination    caused
Intervention Ol France'in Morocco.
and  restored  the old  governor of the
HERERO TRIBESMAN ATTEMPT
LONG TREK WITH AWFUL RESULT���TERRIBLE   SUFFERING.
I
Cape Town, May 8.���Finding I   use.
less tee I n th* r r< sis, the German
; rooi -1 15,1 i Herero tribesman, according tei information received here
inlay from German Southwest Africa,
decided some time ago to move northeastward with the objeel of establishing a settlemenl In the Lake Negmal
region.
Only 4i>(i(i natives reached their d��8'
tination  after  terrible suffering,    tht!
same  circumstances,  with a  patienl   ciples taught by different peoples has
toi tha! Institution and the same per-   '"'' " '���   ponslble for more Btrife than
| fovmance took place.   The explanation   :,1!  ;!:'   political squabbling thai   has
tender I i ithortt! -   al   th I   disrupt! I  nations since Adam,    i'i i
hat  the watch  fan   must j       ' ���'   '"���'��� Christ?   Of course 1 do,    I
een < his round        the   ���'*���'���'" ,li:��-   A scl* ntis! Bald lately thai
time thai   the I      ���'   no    bell    rang, i'all things work tog ther for good to
I Probably he was again on hi rounds those who lov6 good.' The Cbrlsl
las! night, [i seems to be the opinion love I the good nd t_e pure. Bran-
of seime. of the partle who have been ">���" cherished the- chaste and rlghti
Inconvenienced In this matter that the Buddha enjoined n n his followers
rounds are long, or thul the watchman the strictest virtue and morality. Why,
lines them so as to I n them when . 'hon. disagree?    Every form of reli-
tthe bell rings during the night. Sion bad Its birth In a pure soul and
_  has  heen  fostered  in  the  beginning
Real esiate dealers say thai in ;;.!,��� >'>' lll(|s*' whose one purpose In life ins
opinion the situation Is im>ovlngUeian to Increase Uu Bum total of hu-
steadily and thai a brisk demand for   "lil" virtue."
all kinds of property has sei In and Kwong was educated at Princeton
bids fair to continue for some time. ^ si>('al<s English. He departed for
There are buyers for every class or .San Francisco Ihis morning, but ex-
lots, from the pretentious business pects to come north again In a tew
corner on the main street to the acre- ] days when he will call a meeting of
age away out of the city limits, prominenl Chinese in Seattle.
Around   the  outskirts of   the  city,   al '���
The cricket enthusiasts goi oul on
the campus yesterday and had a rai-
tin. dredge thai 11   was promised   plicated In the melee, were sen
i,ll:" th" work will be done this week,   to   erj v   >' i!! lhl' penitentiary, j city,   ll is reported thai many of Uu
Tl"'" came the big question of the   Shortlj  after tl tplraUon of Swer-   local officiate have sent word to Sui-
.v��il���_. n,��� ���,.���,  ��� ,., ,,��� ,���,..������ I p,in's sentence, the man was convict eel   tan Mulal Abed Al Aziz who is at F"
great many new bouses are being built
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   I and it  I likely  that  an era  of huild-
romaining 11,000 having perished from  jng haS 86|  In  which will assist ma-I tling practice.   Several devotees of th
starvation, terially in the growth of the subur- J grand old English game
j ban portions of the city.   Th
���toward
"le   firsl    steps  t<j	
'nuking   this   city   a   lending
,"'1'   J. A. Cunningham wanted
be  taken | ed i's bi ntence,
of theft  and returned to
five years,
prison    for   that tbey will no longer recognize lili
authority.
^^^^^^^^^    were  wield-
Beniiind I Ing tb*'  willow  and  chasing  Ihe ball
Honolulu, May s.���w.  I). Clark, aifor  residential property  ha all parts around the field In a manner that spoke
Korean missionary, lias been arrested   of the city Is steadily Increasing, and   well  tor their chances  when   thev   go
here on a charge of forgery on a War- I the number of new  residents, chiefly   up   againsi   the   Vancouver   team   on
rani  Issued  from  Hastings, Mich. from the east. Is very noticeable. Saturday, THE   DAILY   NEWS
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SAD STORY OF DEAF MUTE'S
TROUBLES RELATED IN COURT
���OTHER   POLICE CASES.
I RYALL'S DRUG STORE {
One lonely resident of
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Look at This:
We are selling 66 foot lots in
Burnaby/ on the car line,
near junction, for $60.00,
on easy terms. Compare
this with other surrounding
values.
McLEOD, MARK &  CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists,"
New Westminster
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! Gilley Bros. Ltd \
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
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WELLINGTON     LUMP    COAL
WELLINGTON  WASHED  NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CEMENT.
This celebrated Cement is
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
ROSEBANK  LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW  BRUNSWICK PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE    CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clay burn Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
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I Telephones: Office 16,]  Manager's Residence 22 i
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BULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
Leaves Daily            NEW    WESTMINSTER            : Arrives Dailj
1H20   a in       Maine, liellin_hani. Burlington, Mt. I     3:00 p in
4:35    11 m        y__RQP_   ___8rg,t_ Seattle,  Portland | 9:55 p m
-._J-�� ^pTn        Spoi<ai"io',St.Paul,an_ all points Bast;     3:00 p m
9:20   a m     i     Anacortes, Woolley, Rockport.     |     ;;:00 p m
���������Ol)   ]i ni     I                      Vancouver                      I     9:2" a m
9:68   p m     I                                . l__ii__ l' :"
12:10 a in    "   "The  Owl,"   between  Seattle,  New '      6:20 a in
Westminster & Intermediate points'
Leave   Xew  Westminster  for  Guichon    3:50   p. m.      Arrive
Guichon C p.m.. Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
8:45 a.m.  arrive from .inichon; '.i:li)a.m. Lv. tor Vancouver.
ROUTE  OP THE  FAMO US "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily Overland Trai ns 2
Spokane, St.  Tanl, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duliith, Chicago, St.
Louis   and   all   points   East.
For complete Information, rates, berth  reservation, etc., call
on or address,
V. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce isuildin. , '    -      Xew Westminster, 13. C.
II. M. ADAMS. Asst. Traffic Mgr.
King Street, I'nion Station,  Scan!*'. Wash.
(listrict  was before the police magistrate this morning, charged with be- ���
ing an inmate of a house of ill fame.
This woman, Fay Williams, is a well
known  character in these places, and
has been before the court on  several 11
j previous  occasions.      Yesterday    she
! paid the usual $20 anel costs into tho I
! clerk's office and  was allowed to de-
! part.    A few more summonses will be
> issued   in   the near   future  and  seme
! more of the women will be summoned j|
I before the magistrate
A drunk and disorderly     who    was '
i found   in   the  car station     late    lasl
! night was fined $2.r>0 and costs in the
! police  court   yesterday morning.    The j
man had been rather violent in resisting arrest  bin the reflections of    the
i night   before   seemed   to   leave   had  a
lOd   effect   on   him   for   when  in  the
court  lie seemed thoroughly ashamed
I of himseir.
"I will support the children bul the]
. woman  must   look  out   for    herself,"
said  Newlnger, a tough  looking customer  who,was charged with  railing
to support his wife and four children.  '
The case was one of the most pitiful
' that  has  come before the  local rotirt
for some time.    Mrs.  Newlnger, who
is a  deaf mute, had done her lies:  to
maintain  friendly    relations    In    the
family  circle, but  Newlnger had evi-i|
dently made up his mind  to cast her
off and it is said that he even went so
far as to ill treat her on several occasions, once while she lay desperately ill with typhoid fever. In court yes- '
\ terday  he was brazen  and   did    not (
| seem  to think that he was guilty of
anything   out   of the  ordinary.     The
eldest child, a girl of about   12 years
| of age, acted as  Interpreter   for the
mother  and  explained  her sinus  ami
| gestures.   To a question whether she
would   permit   the  two children  with
her to be given over to the Children's
A hi society, the poor woman    looked
longingly at the youngest, a baby of
J about  a yefir, and after a long pause
I gave  her  consent,    sobbing    all    the
' while.    This  will leave  her all alone,
as of the four children, one is in the
States   with  relatives,  the    man    has
charge of one, and the remaining two
| will be put in the society's hands. The
,   father  agreed   to contribute   the  sum
j of $:io a month to the support of the
! children, but would do nothing for the
j wife.    What she will do is a problem,
1 but  Newlnger  eliel  not seem  to  care
what  became of her.
Mrs. Fortune recently complained to
lhe police that she had no control over
! her son  and   the  mailer was  dragged
I into  court yesterday    morning.    The
! little lad, who did not seem  to be one
; of the unmanageable kin*!,  presented
rather a  sorry s|iec!aclo in  the court
room, and the magistrate decided tint
Mrs.  Fortune should   be  able  to  look
, after   him,   and   consequently   ordred
the case  tee be withdrawn.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutucturera and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
ISLAND PROPERTY SOLD.
. Seabrook  Farm,  on  Gallano,   Changes
Hands for $25,000.
Victoria, May 8.���Real estate on tie-
gulf islands is rapidly Increasing in
value and good -.les leav.' been made
during the pasl few weeks. The Sc-i-
brook farm, mi Gallano Island, owned
by Herbert Macklln, of Simon Leisei
���V !'���'., was .-.oil on Saturday for $25,-
000. Included in the Mih- were the
stock, Implemenl -. etc.; pari i.i' 11..'
1 stock being 60 head of fine pedlgroed
Jersey dairy cows.
Max Enke the purchaser, Intends
going in largely for dairying ami ha;
made arrangements to leave al oni e
for ih.. ol 1 Counli'. and b Ing oul ;he
necessary labor to work tlit���  farm,
New Westminster
P u Is, May 7. Two wi 11 kno vn ��� ��� -
plorers, Dr, and Mrs. Bullock Workman, have arrive,1 here from In 11 i
The doctor talks Interestingly of their
reci in efforl to unveil the mystery of
the   Himalayas.
"We 'camped,'" be saiel, "al lhe
highest altitude attained by man. '^i,-
""ii feet, This was in lhi' iincx-
plored Mlnkum range, From our
camps on a snow plain surroun led
ley seven towering peaks, we ascended le> a height, when I slopped io take
photographs, as the mis! was increasing, while Mrs. Workman climbed to
a peak 23,300 feet above the level of
ihi' .ea. Only once was this rec.enl
broken, whi a I climbed lhe Chogo
Lungo Glacier, 23,394 feet. During
lhe   lasi,   live   lays   of  our  climb   the
| atmOBphere Was sn rare we were unable to sleep. Avalanches in lhe _lps
were miniatures compared with tho3_
.   wi' saw in the Himalayas.   Some' w ���; i
CHILDREN'S
SHOES
v.:
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 showing this season.    Below mentioned are a few of
th? 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.
Crildren's   White   Canvas   Shoes    Children's  Sandals
and Children's Lace and Button Boots, in Tan and
Black.
Infants' White Canvas Sandals, sizes 2 to 5, are the correct thing this season.
Let the Children  Have  Comfortable Summer Shoes
We ask the opportunity of proving to you our ability to
fit children's fed correctly.
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE. STORE
New Westminster,   -   B. C.
half a mile wide and plunged down lhe
Bteep slopes with a terrific roar. I
managed to make importanl scientific
records."
The Workmans found ei people of
Mongolian type a: a helgtil of lO.uoo
feel growing ry*'. wheal, oati anel
barley, and when al 12,000 they saw
a village where human beings were
living in huts with white' goats, [owls,
marmots   and   strange animals.   At
aboul 14,000 feel the Workmans saw-
only a species of partridge.   The doc-
1 tor saiel  above   16,000  feet  theue  was
, pracUc illy no life.
NOTICE.
,1'IICI
ire :
lau
trip
rs. i'o
ill rlgB
r than
on  de-
\\'e, ibe undersigned
hereby  agree   lhal   in   flllll
Bhall  leave the store not
1:30 p. m. for their last i
livery:
WEST  END .GROCERY,
I). Gilchrist, Mgr
GEO. ADAMS.
('. A. WELSH,
T. S. A.NNANDALE,
ADAMS  &   DEANS.
New Westmlnsi
M iy 4, 1907
I!. ('.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC�����
=FINEST   AND   FASU*
TEMPB-Bi:1
14,50��
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[St, I
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18,000 J EMPRESS OF itiil I aiN��   ^
H. Pomierl EMPRESS OF [R_-A��i
Nexl sailing trom Queb*
Cor other dale's and p
dlictons  in   fares,  appl}
ED. <;"; l*
c. r   R   s
Agent for all Atlantic S.S
��� '*��� u THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1907.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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The Crowning of
the  IVIay  Queen
i FARLEY'S SCABS
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SHOOT TO Kill
HUMAN ARSENALS OPERATE THE
GOLDEN GATE TROLLEY SYSTEM���TROOPS   IN    READINESS.
CHILD
To-Moitow  the  greatest event of
the year 1907 takes place.
Every May Queen Admires
a Well Shod root
Neat and attractive Footwear accurately reflects her taste as emphatically as does the rest of her apparel.
So see that your mother takes you to
W. E. SINCLAIR'S
The Reliable Shoe Man
There you will be fitted out with
your Footwear, such as would please
the   most   fastidious   May   Queen.
San   !': inciseo,   M .- Following
y- -'��� t lay's  exciting  < .ents  In  which
everal men  m  e woun led by bullets
In  a  pitched   n    le   between    strike-
en.i ,    3   wiih the
union car ra* n, and In which the police had a hard tighi to preserve order, Mayor Schmitz too omim ni
pari in ihe' strih ��� to I
Early thi. mo 'ning he Iss n I a pro-
cl'ai ��� i ion urging the people to refrain
from interfi ring with the running of
th*' cars, and asking them to keep
away from the. neighl orhood of the car
barns al C) an h sl eet, where the
strlkebr* ake ��� artered.
I-'1'   this aft* rn       another attempl
will be made to resume a s* rvlce. Can
containing strltehrei :   rs will leave tbe
and   will   run   along  the  main
itreet*      In the I iter 'erence
���mm : . leclai he bas is ;ued orders
to hia men I ' . ;l e ,il().., . , ^m��
The cars will be manne i bj al ��� ul
thirty of the imported men. and are
veritable arsenals. Union pickets bave
cautioned sympathizers not to use violence, imi after yesterday's events the
temper of the crowd is such thai determined opposition is sure to Im-
made.
Large bodies of police are held in
readiness, und mounted officers are
stationed at all side streets. The firsl
sign of a repetition of yesterday's riol
will be sternly repressed by troops if
necessary, declares Mayor Schmitz.
May Day Wants
can be well supplied by us.
We have Everything the Wee Ladies would
want from
HATS   TO    HOSIERY
The prices are such that everyone will be
satisfied.
the White House
a. j. birtch,   .
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK   WITH
Ik
ROYAL BANK ./"CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. 3. LYLE,   Manager.
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce Canadian Pacific
  RAILWAY COMPANY
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000 	
HEAD   OFFICE,   TORONTO.
B  E   WALKER,  President ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Me.:
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED  STATES AND  ENGLAND.
TRANSCON-
LINE.
��� First-class Pullman, Tourist and Dining Cars daily.
Atlantic expi ei - leavi ���-��� al  15: 10.
.-���   ittle and points s   ul b, 8 30,
THE   POP1 : '*::
TIXENTAL
Running   Through
BANKING   BY   MAIL
msss may be transacted by mail   with   any   branch   of  the
Acci mt      ,    be, opened, and deposits made or withdrawn by mail.
:"'    on it paid to out-of town accoun ts.
NEW WESTMINSTER imANCll���li. It. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Hank.
Every
For other pai I Iculars apply to
.1. COYLE. ED. GOl'l.E.'.
A. G. P. A.
Vancouver.
New
Agent C.P.H,
Westminster.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $1 ..-100,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughoul Canada and New toundland, and  In  London,   England,
N'ew   York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S \. and Mexico City.    A Gen-
��� al Banking it isiness Transacted.
L��tteri of Credit Issued, available wltl   correspondents In all Darts nf tbe
World.
Saving Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of fl and upwards,
and interest allowed al 3 per cen.  per annum  (preseni ratel added
'our times a year.
Total  Asset:
ts  (ever $1(',S,(Hill,niiil.HO.
N'EW  WESTMINSTER BRANC ll
0. li. BRYMNER, Manager
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATERi	
PROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS "The Milwaukee"
WHEN  GOING EAST
.SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Everv Day in the Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
md LUXURY, It is lighted with
both electricity nnd gas; the mnst
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world, The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
in section sleepers, luxurious dinin_
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day conches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables,   Folders, or any
farther information call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
'20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
THE COAST CATCH.
E_.er.t One, the Coast Sealing Schooners   Have   Returned.
Victoria, Ma\ >.���Yesterday a fleel
of sealing schooners sailed into port
from their coi sl cruis e, and yester-
lay there were busj scenes ui ilie'
various wharves where sealers were
throwing the salted sealskins ashore.
Although the catch ol  the fleel  senl
OUt  With   Illlli; 11  (lews   lee  lllllll   off the
coasl nine ft ssels in all, five belonging to tli*- Victoria sealing company
e and tour In li pendent schooners, is a
vi m low one, ii is in advam e of that
eef las; year. Then the top liner ha 1
1* ss  : han  a   hundred skins  and    the
iwest, the Dora Siewerd,   had    only
nine  pelts,    The   catch   this   seas n,
���.. ill  total   1,031   sl Ins, which at  thi li |
���    v:e  ii  ���. []] I e worth aboul $25 ���
 I, .    .
Victoria Sealini i '.- vessels:
��� I ��� . an I, ;.T - tins; Libbie, 101; Otto, 72; Alii" I. \!.M't\ 68; Dora Siewerd, 65. In I* Me ndenl si hooners; Eva
Marl 216; Thomas P. Ba; ard, 172;
Dml rlrta, 162; Jessie, 50.
The mas ol the vi rious schoe iters all h eve ; sat ie n poi I regarding
tbe w* ather, to the effect thai al the
en 1 i ��� March and beginning of April
the weather wa s sl n i der ihan the
; ever i :<:>' i lence d al I bn
season. The .'������ -- le had five cano
smashe I during a blow e Arly In  '. pr!!,
WE ARE USING PURE CANADIAN MILK IH
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions. Etc
Cowan's
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS Ilf
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
In   preparation   for the  anticipate!
: Ing rush. W. E. Fall s, the well
", li eai f u nil , ali r, has jusi
unloaded four full carloads of furniture an 1 one carload of linoleums an I
eeil cloths and will soon have' them
on display in his premises. The furniture, whli h coi ii ;��� m Montreal, wa���
manufactured by one ol the Ini :esl
fai tori* s of this kind in Amerii a an I
Is of the highest sl m lar I obi ilnable.
The fin demand for
fm re ind I Iii r tiecessarl ie,
hon   hold    ;oods   ll n     and   \b
pi epared to meet it in e> ery _n*,
Among the linoleums are some pat-
;���'! ee- and stj I* ��� thai will delight the
eye of tbe furnisher and will make
the Btock carried by the firm completi
In every detail,
The COWAN CO.
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Ltd., TORONTO        ;
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���TOST TO HAND.     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices.
��e our Window and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
"The   Pione��r  Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Chicago,  "Short   Line"   Omaha  to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in   the   world  that   equal   in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway.     They
own  and  operate  their  own  sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give  their  patrons  an   excellence  of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
II. S. ROWE, General Agent,
i u Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
Hotel Guests.
Windsor���H. Ferguson, Porl i Inn
I. Scull*'.. Woodward's Landing; N
Hazwell, Vancouver; J. I". Betts, Lad-
ii<t; ,1. Cameron, Vancouver; (! s.
I' 'omwell, Vancouver; .1. C. Rice, i: en
Accord.
Colonial���S. P, Deueorgo, New Ger-
many. N, S.; T. Thornidlhon, Vlcto la;
O. Bowman, Sumas; M. H, Milne,
Vancouv* r, A, ll. Wamph r, London,
Ont
Guichon���.1. W. Crudman, Dewdm :
B, Johnsl m, Nova Scotia; W ' il -
man, N iva Scotia; B. II. Silver, Be I
llngham; .. Sa 'ral t, Vancouver; S
Tamui a, Vani o tver; M, W, M oi '
s ittle; '���!. !'. Even tt, Montreal; \
Suthi i an I, '"��� ronto; II. T Tlllatiy
Toi into; : Ro Igers, E. S, Plrtny, I;.
'i. ;.. Di in . .   n     lounl Vernon
The Corporation of the City of
New Westminster
Will Offer For Sale by Public Auction, on
Saturday, May 18th,
at 2 p. in., in the Council Chamber, City Hall,
ABOUT 200 LOTS
including beautiful RESIDENTIAL LOCATIONS, FACTORY and
INDUSTRIAL SITES, and a few pieces of choice acreage.
The 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 at the CITY HALL, and
may be consulted at any time during office hours, where
CATALOGUES may also be obtained.
TERMS OF SALE���Half cash, balance in 6 months at 6 per cent.
N. H. McQUARRIE,
City Treasurer. ���%
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY, MA
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, at. their j
offices, corner ot Sixth and I. roal J
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
Y 9. 19C7
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient    display    advertising,
Hj
cents jeer line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices ot births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day  Office    A22
Night  Office    -22
Fine Salt���that dissolves quickly
on the food���flavouring deliciously
��� never gritty, never bitter,
WINDSOR  TABLE  SALT.
of course 1
148
were also among ihe slain. And yet
some people will continue to assert
that Senates and other "second chambers" are not useful!
TEN THOUSAND MEN
ARE OUT ON STRIKE
&.
THURSDAY,  MAY  9,  1907.
ABOUT   TAXATION.
Los Angeles is said In derive a revenue ot soiiie |52,000 a year from a
.tux een bill boards, or hoardings, as
tbey are called in Hie Old Country.
The I acl seems to furnish a curious
Instance nf the vagaries of taxation.
People complained about these bill
boards. Sometimes the complaint was
based on ethical and sometimes on
aesthetic grounds; but Ihe effect was
to start a movement towards the suppression of ihe cause of offence. As
a result, Ivos Angeles taxes them one
cent per square foot ami pockets the
NEW YORK VESSELS SAIL LIGHT
BECAUSE LONGSHOREMEN REMAIN   IDLE���CLASH  EXPECTED.
revenue mentioned above as the proceeds; but it does not appear that the ' \mt am&\] i���,.,.__s in the mountains of
N'ew York, May s.���Conditions on the
watei^ front brought aboul ley the
strike of the longshoremen were' in ire
serious today than ever. The strikers
number fully 10,090 ami both si les
apparently are determined to stand
firm. Nearly a score of companies
have agreed at a meeting to stand together and tight the demands ol the
men.
Thus lar only two companies, the
Mallory line and ihe Southern Pacific
company have made terms with the
mon. Work has been resumed at th.'
freight piers of these companies. In
other quarters a few hundred strike
breakers have been engaged, bul even
with the assistance of the crews of
various  ships  these  men  have  made
DWELLINGS  SMALLHOLDINGS
"1 Lots of Money in Building
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$1000���5   room   cottage,   1    block
iVom   car,   $450   cash,     balance]
2  1-2  vears.
	
$1300���Small  cottage,  lot  in  fruit, |
$250   cash,   balance   small     pay
ments.
$1500���New 5 room house on Columbia street, modern conveniences; easy terms.
$1250���5 room house Keary slreet
lot in lawn, house in good repair.
$1500���5 room cottage,
in fruit, terms easy.
lots   all
bill boards have become a whit  less
offensive Ihan they were.
There are parallel cases. As to
these bill boards, however, while it
may reasonably be held (and newspaper men would be the last to deny
iti that any community has the moral
right to suppress them, just as any
nuisance may lie suppressed, it can
hardly be contended that they should
be subjected to a special fax, which
merely brings in revenue and does
not suppress the nuisance. It may be
said, of course, that the tax restricts,
if it does not suppress, and is justi- I
liable on thai ground; but thai is not
tenable, as it is unfortunately true
that ibe advertisements best able to
pay tln> lax are likely to be among
the most offensive.
There are, as we have saiel, parallel
eases; but it does not appear to be incumbent upon us at present to point
tbem out. The advantage of calling
attention tei such things is thai Ihere- ;
by some people are induced lo do a
little thinking, and a too obvious demonstration is nol at all a good thought
stimulant,
ON THE HIGH SEAS,
Commenting on ihe persistent rumor of negotiations between the United States ami Britain, with Canada
1-; a Marty interested, for the surrender of the_ right of pelagic sealing by
B.ltip.i vessels, the Toronto Globe,
.-. 1 &ks in no uncertain terms. It says
in pari;
"Tin' importance of the ocean as 'eu
International righl is tar loo greal 10
iM' disregarded, ami Canada can never.
consent or be a parly lo the surrender
of  rights  on  Illi' high  seas.      For the
surrender of these rights for all time   & Co.
ii  has been proposed to give' Capada   n,lft'
;:   righl  eel' etiM'alire lo lhe' Yukon Ter-    Stock
ritory similar to thi' rights now enjoyed in iin' Yukon, tin' Skeetia and
the Stlkeen Rivers, or lo paj over
Bome ot ibe rental now paid by th*'
com] any. Ii is also proposed io buy
imi a few Canadian Bchooners al fancy prices. This would be a new record in the miserable sab' or a birth-
;; dei i'-- worsl feature would be the
i" ill* 1 connivance ai encroachment
011 national rights, for the compffny
would give _horl shrift to vessels of
weaker nations, .rational rlghti on
lhe high se-as are loo I nipm 'I an I to be
sacrificed In thai way, and Britain
Bhoulfl help the United Stales to shake
off the bold of the corporate operal ira
In Bering Sea"
freight   that   are accumulating at   all
the important shipping points.
The big trans-Atlantic companies
are sending out their ships nearly on
schedule time, bin tiie strikers saj
that these vessels are going away
"light" that is, with only a small part
of their usual cargo.
The conciliation committee of the
Civic Federation of which Marcus JI.
Marks is chairman, tried to bring
about an agreement yesterday by
which a conference coul,. be arranged
with a view to a final settlement, but
neither lhe representatives of the
companies nor the strikers seemed to
want arbitration and the committee
met with discouragement from the
strike leaders, but   will  try again.
N'o serious outbreak has occurred,
but the temper of the strikers was
shiewn last night by an attack on forty
strike-breakers near Ibe Ciinard
docks. These men were badly mauled
before they (-ould be rescuer] by the
police.
Strong detachments of police have
been plaroel at all of the piers and
Strikers nre not permitted to gather in
their vicinity. The strikers say their
demands for Increased pay are based
upon  the increased cost   of living.
$2150���A '.1 room liouse with all
conveniences, on city car line',
lot 50x150, good stable; $11*10
cash, balance $10 per month.
$3150���A modern 5-room cottage on
Agnes street, corner lol 68_132,
grounds    beautifully    laid    out,
..1500 c ish, balance easy.
$2800���Modern dwelling on Royal
avenue near Eighth street, 1-2
cash,  balance easy terms.
$2600���0 room cottage   on   Agnes
street, all modern, corner lot.
lane in rear, 1-2 cosh, balance
in 1  and 2 years.
$2000���fi room house, all conveniences, lot 61x161, i.ll in fruit;
$1000 cash,  balance $15 per mo.
$1600���6 room cottage on Fifth
avenue, corner lot 82x132, lane
in rear, $650 cash, balance easy
terms.
$2650���11   acres, close  to  city   on
main road, 4 acres    cultivated;
good house and barn, tt fruit
trees; small fruits, small creek
runs through.    Terms easy.
$21 _.���20 acres, 2 all cleared, 8
acres slashed, 30 fruit trees, small
orchard, good outbuildings, 1 1-2
storey dwelling, small creek runs
through laud; 1-2 cash, balance
easy terms.
$3000���20 acres, 10 acres cultivated
and 10 acres seeded down; 35
fruit trees, dwelling and nine
hen houses, on main road; terms
arranged.
$24C0���12    acres    al    cleared     ami
cultivated, i> room dwelling, good
outbuildings;   terms   arranged.
$1000���10
acres   all     Improved,
ploughed,
etc.;   $250   cash,   bal-
ance on
terms to suit.
$2600���|o acres, black loam soil;
12 acres highly cultivated, 10
ready for the plough, good house,
barn and outbuildings, creek runs
through land;   terms  reasonable.
ISLAND PROPERTY SOLD.
Seabrook   F.rm,  on  Galiano,  Changes
Hands for $25,000.
Victoria, .May s���Heal estate on the
gulf islands is rapidly increasing in
value ancl good sales have been made
(luring the past few weeks. The Sea-
brook farm, on Gallano island, owned
by Herbert Macklln, of Simon Leiser
was sold on Saturday for $23,-
included In the sale wi re the
Btock, Implements, etc.; pari of the
stock being (lu head of tine pedigreed
Jersey dairy cows.
Max Enke lhe purchaser, intends
going in largely for dairying anl has
made arrangements to leave al once
for the old Country anil bring oul th ���
necessary  labor lo work lite  farm.
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
FIRE   INSURANCE
If your  house,   furniture  or other property is'not  insure.1, give
us a call.    We represent the following leading, insurance companies:
HARTFORD CO.,  (Incorporated        1810
CONNECTICUT CO.,   (Incorporated)       1850
INS. CO. OF N. AMERICA   (Incorporated)       1794
PHOENIX OF BROOKLYN (Incorporated)      1853
These old reliable companies have paid dollar for   lollar iu every
great fire since their incorporation.
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia Street,        New Westminster. B. C.
Phone 85.
Houses, but you need such Lots
as these to build on:
_ Full size lots, on Belmont street, facing south, close tei Six _
$350 each, with terms.
1 Full size lot, close to Sixth street on Seventh avenue for $290.
1 lots, close to Columbia street, in Sapperton,  facing east,
for $125  each.
110 lots on Twelfth street, car line, for $2400; $000 cash will handle these
$650
I  cleared
" lots facing south, on Fourth avenue, Third  street,  idi. cleared, prici
each.
2 lots on  Queen's  avenue,  very  close to Queen's Park ror $900 each
HALE & LANE, Real Estate Agent,
248 Columbia2St.,_NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335
P. O. IJ
OX 268
MEN'S
Summer Shirts
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
Motorman   Faints.
Montreal, .May 8.���Coolheaded  citizens averted a serious slreet car accident today.   The motorman fainted al
bis   post.    The   car   was  crowded   on
Prospector Disappears.
Edmonton, May S���Wanted in Toronto ou a 'charge of having accepted a
bribe in connection with a Cobalt mining suit in  which he i.   saiel  to have
the grade of Mount Royal, and a panic ' been* the chief witness. John Plche, an
ensued A man. unknown, broke into old prospector, who has been in Ed-
the vestibule, seized the motoi and monton for some w��eks, has suddenly
ran tbe car until assistance from an-j left the city aad no trace of him i.m
oilier car was near. He then vanished j be had. The police are leaving no
without giving his name. ] stone unturned to secure his arrest.
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The man, who is not glad when the Glorious *
Spring months arrive, has need of a doctor ���
to touch up his liver. *
ALLISON ||| PEEBLES
Real Estate Brokers
and Financial Agents
270 Colum,'.?. Sireet - - Telephone 307
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. |
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WANTED
on Frlda
Fronl  St.
Bojs  to  deliver <ir. ulaii
. the    lOttt.     Applj    241
FOUND ADRIFT     A     s.piari'    sin i
skiff, marked  li. s.   1865.    For Information apply N'i ".vs offi*-''.   iMlii''
Every man in his normal condition, hails with *
delight the iime, when it is safe to change *
from heavy garments to light weights. *
An  Eastern writer wanes to know
how long newspapers which are sup-  	
posed to iie' respectable are going to  WANTED���A
publish advertisements ot bad "booze";    ,i,VM ,,,. *0
disguised as "medicines."   1'nless the
Lnswer be "so long as there is easy
hioncv in it," we shall have to give it
pup,
wanted -Situation by well educated
young business man, willing ."i'.
capable of adapting himself to any
iiiisiness.    Address,   Itox 693,     SdlOS
;irl to lake care of ch'l-
eneral housework,    \p-
ply Mrs. lie'. Jones, Royal and Co-
buy streets. D.T.F
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body. This season our lines of light weight ���
wearables is particularly attractive. *
Our excellent clothes are made to our special *
order by  the best  Clothing Makers  in  the
business.
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See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklets, in GOLD, SILVER,
GOLD - PLATED    and    PEARL.
W. C. Chamberlin Jhi
AGENT HAMILTON   WATCH
5 WO
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How New Jersey happens to be the
place' from which so many corporations hail is partly explained by the
facl thai the State Senate looks well
after the'legislation and does nol permit the passage bl bills which would
be dangerous to "vested Interests."
At its receni session, n killed i everal
ie, azures which passed the lower
Ho ''ill to tax railways a iiiile
more was one of   them, and several |
bills provl ling f >r   eh i toral    retor
WANTED���Fireman, Bteadj    Job    8-
liour shifi.   Apply; eit once to Manager (las Works. tf
TIMBER  LANDS���We: deal  exclusive-I
ly In timber,    Have large and small i
tracts on  water,    tt you  wish  to
buy or sell, see me.   K. It. Chandler,
lu?   Hastings  St.,  Vancouver.  B.C.   !
FOR SALE���A small island containing I
abOUl   lTe acres, close to New  West-1
minster city. Can be useel for a mill
site.      For    particulars    apply    to j
Gunderaon &. Aune's grocery.
Hats and Toggery in great variety. We've
everything that's been approved as correct for
Spring.
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There is nothing to equal it
for cleaning windows or metal.-'.
The Home of Good Clothes
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URSDAY,
MAY 9, 1907.
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
he Cash
SOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
fastene
WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
SOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
"OMEN'S
WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S
LONG WHITE OR TAN lisle GLOVES, with or without 2-domc fasteners   75c
LONG WHITE AND BLACK GLOVES, %.,elbow or long length, with or wiihe,iii dome
r*      $1.25 to $1.50
LONG SILK GLOVES, gray, blue and  pink   ,   $1.C0 and $1.25
BLACK  COTTON hose Hermsdorf dye, 8% to 9%	
AND   MISSES'   "DUCHESS"  COTTON   HOSE,   specially good value.
BLACK  COTTON  HOSE, with Merin 'natural wool soles  	
BLACK   LACE  COTTON  HOSE. 8% and 9  	
BLACK    COTTON ALL LACE HOSE. M_ to IH  	
SUPERIOR   BLACK   LISLE HOSE, plain  	
BLACK   LISLE, with lace ankle, superior gauge 	
BLACK   EMBROIDERED  LACE HOSE. !' and '���"._	
BLACK  AND TAN   EMBROIDERED  COTTON   HOSE, 9 ami 9%. . . .
BLACK   CASHMERE  HOSE, full fashioned  	
BLACK  ITALIAN  SILK  HOSE, lace ankle, 8V_  to :*'_	
to   III
    20c
   ?5c
    25c
    40;
   50c
    50c
    65c
    65c
 35c
25c, 40c, 50c. 65c, 75c
 $1.00
FANCY  BLACK  SILK   MIXED and  pure  silk  hose 75c. $1.00. $1.50, $2.50, $3 50 a pair
PLAIN   TAN    COTTON HOSE. -l. Io 9.4   25c and 35c
TAN   CASHMERE HOSE. 9 to 10   _   35c
COLORED   LISLE  LACE   AMKLE   HOSE,   white,   blue',   pink  and  tan       50c
Outfit Your Children for the Fete    .    .    .   at The Cash Store
It has been said that we have the most comprehensive stock of girls' and
boys' goods in the city; we might go further, and say in the Fraser valley,and
you may depend our prices are right.
Many people in the city don't know what an important department our
children's wear forms.
If we could only show you, we know you'd be surprised and pleased, so
come down and see the window and counter displays to-day and to-morrow,
and bring the little folks along too.
GIRLS' WHITE LAWN DRESSES,   assorted  Blzes     75c
GIRLS'  WHITE   DRESSES with the popular Dutch Vokes and Bhorl   sleeves    $1.25
GIRLS' DRESSES OF ORGA NDYj   Bhi er and line, nicely  made'    $1-50 to $4.00
GIRLS' WHITE buster  s UiTS. trimmed with embroidery $1.25
-IG AND LITTLE GIRLS' D RE3SES ol   white Japanese Silk, some taade suite  simply,  others
elaborately trimmed;  ev ryoni   washable; each    $2.25 to $2.75
\FANTS' AND LITTLE GI RL3' white Pique Coats   $-*-50 to $5.00
MDDIES' FANCY CREAM   COATS       J2-30
���IISSES'  WHITE BOLERO SUITS attractively trimmed with embroidery; each  ���.. $4.25
NFANTS'  LAWN   AND   MUSLIN  BONNETS:   all  the  popular Styles,  al        25c.  50c,   75c. to $1.50
INFANTS' SILK BONNETS:  Japanese silk that'll stand the wash,  al    $1.25 to $2.75
CHILDREN'S   TRIMMED   FLOPS: our own make, with trimming of ribbon and wreath $1.50. $1.75, $2. up
CHILDREN'S MUSLIN AND embroidery HATS: sum,' with crown of all-over embroidery, others  of fane)  muslin; In manj   attractive styles     $2.00. $2.50 up to $-',73
GIRLS'  GALATEA   HATS;  the ever popular kind  25c ,40c. 50c. 75c. $2.00
girls' GLOVES:  white, navy, tan, brown and  gray; lisle thread;   per  pair       25c
SIRL8' WHITE  LACE GLOVES: . Ize 3 and  I:  pair     3=c
:iRLS' GRAY LACE GLOVES:   I, I, 5 and 6; per pair  ���'  2^c
3IRL8'   BLACK   CASHMERE GLOVES:   ,  I.  -   an I 6;     2Cc and  25c
3IRL3'   BEAD   AND   PEARL  NECKLETS      25c' 35c' 5Cc' and 75c
GIRLS'   RIBBED   COTTON  HOSE:   hlack, fine, ever-rib, sl ong   inddurable;
8, 25c;  s  1-2 in  in	
GIRLS' PLAIN COTTON HOSE;    ilacl .   Blze 6, to T. 20c:
GIRLS'   BLACK   LACE   HOSE;  G lee \ pair	
.i S  1-'.'
 15C
,..'       25c
   35c to  :?c
RLS'   BLACK   COTTON   HOSE.   With   polka   dot,   6^   lei   SV_    2=c  to  ?JC
20c:   7'.'  to  s       2-c
   23c. 30c. o5c.
   35c to 45c
  25c
i-2 :n  10      33c
75c,  $1.C0.  $1-25.  $1.40, $1.50
  $1.25 and $1.50
50c,  60c,  75c. $1.00.. and  $1.50
GIRLS' TAN COTTON  HOSE, assorted shades, ll ti
GIRLS' TAN COTTON  HOSE;   6  to 8V4	
GIRLS'  TAN LACE   HOSE. G to 8V4    '_	
COYS' RIBBED COTTON HOSE, tough as leather brand, sizes 7
COYS' RIBBED  COTTON HOSE,  Bull Dog  brand, >��� to "%. 25c
BOYS'  BUSTER SUITS of duck,  drill,  linen,  crash, etc.,
whin- with blue, iii assorte I colors   ������
EOYS' PANT SUITS, nf drill and other  -iren-  material
BOYS' SEPARATE  BLOUSES   	
COYS' GALATEA HATS, with bound edges, and bands bearing such names;,.   Lion,    Powerful^ ^
"Drake," "Blake," etc  25c up
-OYS' galatea hats, with  unbound edges    ������"������
WHITE   AND   COLORED   RIBBONS     fo,      hntrbows     and
, hes;  narrow, mi Hun   and  wide;  ribbons
Duchess sm ���.   In white and all  colors;  yard  	
  5c, 10c, 15c, 20c. and 23s.
FANCY RIBBONS in'wl'le widths, yard, ,25c, J
WOMEN'S  WHITE   WASH   SUITS
! ���!   , 11 vei j trlmn   : with i   ih
ler; ;   ipei lal       : ���'
WOMEN'S  SUMMER  DRESSES     I
fandy,   Persl n   ur  India   Uwi
,,.],   net,     ������ hi 'I I* i-ed. nr:
Poim   i" Sprit, etc,    A
jortnieni   In   a  large   range
.  ;,,.. extending rrom $3.30 to $33.5:
'.. : MEN'S FRENCH  SAILOPs?
;���:���     extremel*      popular-   hi
e rown, trimm d with three
of vi Ivel ribbon, roi ' te au I
quills; colors  bla*
nn ! turnui Is '  ��� ���
SI.S.   13
257-271
COLUMBIA   STREET
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CITY NEWS
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Cut flowers and Pot Plants.     King      A. Mallett,  representing  the R. C.
up Tidy, the florist.    'Phone A184. Dunn company, of Vancouver, was in
\ the city  yesierday.
T.   R.   Glover     returned    yesterday
from  a  short  visit   to  his ranch
Armstrong.
ati
F. T. ('. Lever left yesterday after-
Look!!   Look!!!
noon for Trail, where he recently accepted a call to a Baptist church.    He
was accompanied by .Mrs. Lever ami ~      '
family | LOOK !
The cement sidewalk leading to, the 	
government building is under process JUST   ON  THE   MARKET.
The regular monthly meeting ot the of reconstruction.   The old blocks _re JUST ON the  market
N'ew Westminster Benevolent society, being pulled up, and new material will Vancouver      manufacturer     needs
will   be   held   today   at   two-thirty, in   replace them as the work progresses, good men to represent the very latest
Quong Main Yee, president of the
Chiiliwack branch of the Chinese Reform association, was in the city yesterday on  business.
the board of trade rooms.   .
The creamery delivers sweel cream,
ice cream and buttermilk,
Fifty candidates tor stationary engineers' papers commenced writing at
John Peck's office yesterday morning.
The examination will occupy aboul a
week.
Xanaimo is falling Into line on the
cement   sidewalk  question.    A  bylaw
providing for the replacing of wooden
walks by the more permanenl article I
has passed Its secom. reading.
Phone   138  for sweet
cream and buttermilk.
���am.     ice
A man named Rest was received in
the hospital yesterday suffering from
a complication of diseases. At a late
hour last night he was reported to be
resting easily, though otherwise there
was little change in his condition.
Fire Chief Watson who will be looking after the forming Up of the May
day procession, wants all the little
girls who would like to ride on the
trollies or automobiles to be on hand
at half pasi one sharp tomorrow at the
Allien   Crescent.
Spraying, white washing, etc., good
work . at moderate charges; hen- ���
houses, dairies and stables whitewashed. Apply W. Smith, 290 Victoria sireet. opposite library, P. O.
Box 546. Gd-103
The weekly g_n sheen' had to be
cancelled last evening, as the* key to
the store room al Moody Square had
been mislaid. After vainly Irving to
find senile means of securing arms
and ammunition, fifteen disappointed
clay pigeon smashers returned to the
city.
On account of Friday being the date
set apart for the May day celebration,
the initiation of the seventy odd members who have recently joined the
new fraternal order known as the
Owls, will lake place this evening in ! that date.
novelty. Agents coining money. Gel
wise, stari working for yourself.
Everybody buys on sight. Profits over
one hundred per cent. Don't waste
'Hue asking foolish questions, but
send one dollar tor finest samples Mi
America.
The Phoenix Company,
Space I, 135 Granville St.. Vancouver
Notice to Builders.
Sealed tenders marked "West Wing
Of Central School'' will be received
up to noon of
TUESDAY, MAY 21st, 1907,
at the office of the undersigned, Sixth
street, corner Clarkson, where plans
and  specifications  may  be  seen until
the Eagles'  hall.
are requested to
All would-1
be present.
Owls
Phone 13S for    sweet
. (ream and buttermilk.
cream.
ice
The B. C. E, R- Co. has decided on.
the following special service for tomorrow. In view of ilie May day celebration. During the afternoon a til-
teen minute service from Ihe depot,
to the park, and two special cars to
leave the park at 1 a. in. Saturday,
immediately after the dance in the
Agricultural building, to take the
Vancouver visiters h ;::*.<> again.
II
C   P.   It. Ageni   Goulet   is   making!
DOd   his promise that  he  would  look   ,
Some excitem ut was caused among
the residents of Queen's avenue vester-
Into the matter of car .shortage at the day afternoon by a fire which occur-
local mills, yesterday thirty two cars ,.���, .��� ,,���, (,,ni(.,. ()|. F()|1,.|h H||w( ;m(|
were   distributed  amongst  the    local   Que<m.s .,vonu(.    A barre] ,������ ,.���. ,���,.
lumber yards, fifteen of which will be   |onging |o Mrs    Phillips,   who  reside.
loaded at the Fraser River saw mills , lieai. cmght fi].(, ,��� so,m, m.mn(J[. ,ulll
A  Chinaman named Sing who was  flared- "''���   For ;l tlme " Wlls teared
taken to the'Royal Columbian hospital Ithat ,hp adjacent buildings would be
lowest or any lender not necessarily
accepted,
(.'.  II. CLOW, Archltt
Notice to Light and Water
Consumers.
All services tor bight ami water,
which are two months' in arrears on
the 13th inst.. and all water Bervlcos
using water for Irrigation without
having obtained a permit will be cut
off on the above dale.
By Order,
H. N. McQTJABRIB,
City Treasurer.
City Hall. May 7,  1907. 5d
TENDERS
some time ago to be treated tor blood
poisoning, was operated on yesierday.
The operation failed to save' ihe Celestial's lit''.', and he was gathered to
his fathers yesterday afternoon. The
funer.il will take place today.
All members of the committees who
have taken an active pan in the May
day preparations are requested to meel
in the board of trade rooms next Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock sharp. All
accounts and receipts musl be turned
in ami the books closed, after which
a detailed statement will be published.
(I. R. Love who has the contract
for fencing a portion of the!
Sapperton park, stated yesterday that
the work is progressing in good style.
'!",:. posts are now all up and there
remains bul the sl retching of the wire
i i finish his part of the contract, The
ploughing and lev* lilng has nol yel
i en starte I, as the commlttei
awaiting the arrival of tenders tor the
nerformance of the work.
ignited hut the prompt arrival of the
fire fighters prevented the threatened
spread, Very little damage, beyond the
loss of the tar, was done, although
at one lime the situation looked rather serious.
Will be received by the undersigned
up to noon on Thursday 9th May for
the construction of a dwelling on First
street. I_3west or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
ARTHUR MALINS.
New Westminster, 29th  April,  19 7.
The * reamery delivers sv
cc e: earn an ! buttermilk.
cream,
\V. ll. Owi:; - of Fori Lav ton, Wn
,i i-i vi el In the city yesl rda; on u
i isn Me his I rother, J. R Owens, manage el the B N A Lumber company,
nf Vancouver, and who Is also con-
ne cte I with 'be Frasi r River Saw
Mills i .mu iny, Mr. owi'iis Intends
; iin iii the city sbi ui a month,
md w 111 make' his home with R. K,
M.i������ dia ������ Mlllsld Mr, Owi ns has
.,      ��� ���, , ��� . . onnected  with
...... i ol "ei' Third Infi i	
.,;,���.  but li      , ������ I*   decide I I i turn
��� |g ati ml lon to lumber, and is visii-
Death of Mrs. F. Boutilier.
After a few weeks' illness, the cist
elays of which were spenl at the Royal Columbian hospital, Mrs. Frank
Boutilier passed away yesterday
morning, leaving behind her a sorrowing husband and a fourteen year old
daughter to mourn her loss. The deceased was 53 years of age, ami was
a daughter of the late George Dauphinee, Esq., of Nova Scotia. In thi
pity  she  is  survived  by  a  brother,   I..
A. Dauphinee and a sister, Mrs. il. L.
Kerr. Two brothers In the casi W.
Dauphinee, of Margarets Bay, X. S.,
and Oswald Dauphinee, of Boutiliers'
Cove, N, S., and two Bisters, Mrs. j
I). Fader, of Margaret's Bay, X. S, and
Susie' C. Dauphinee, of Boston, also
survive. The funeral will take plai B
Friday afternoon al " o'clock from
the family residence, 389 Columbia
streel
Tii*' di cimisi i came to British Columbia with her husband nineteen
years ago, em I since thai time had
resided almost continually In New
Westminster.   A large clrcl i of friends
Tenders Wanted
For Stumping and grubbing a portion of land at New
Westminster.
For information apply to
A. T. MORROW,
B. C. Distillery
New Westminster.
PUBLIC LECTURE.
both  iii ibis city
mourn her less.
an i \   ������-'..      v. i
{im'.  this i rovlnee '  '
i oklng up Investmen
the purpose of
Sunday afternoon, the local mem-
iers the Fraternal order of Eagles
ai ��� requested to take pari in the an-
nu:. mi mortal services, which will
take , : ice in the' Eagles' hall al 2
o'clock. Captain J. X. Aitchlson will
conduci  the service, after which the
earade I i tli noterj   will  I ar-
rh .i oui  ns In r inner years.    Pn sl-
denl  F. J. Lyni h will deliver an oi
Hon eei the eemi I , while the gravi
of Fred Hogan and Harrj Grant, two
���, iers of the order who died during
lhe -1 ��� '"������ i ��� ti mth i will '!'' di ���
eorated with flowers. Floral imblems
will ai- i i" laid on the resting place
of Mr.*. !���'. Pali h. wife of another mem-
: er ol t'i1' ��� icte >. who die I n fe\i
month ��� ago. 'i'i. ��� public an Inviti d
tn  iti 'ml the service In the hall, and
������ vl i'i" i Ea -I- " n que id to
take part In tho ;      '
DIED.
BOUTILIER In <hi- cil , em Ihe
Sl Inst., al the Roy il Columbian
hospital, Anna L. Houi ilie'1,
loved wife of F, Boutllle this
city; a native of X i i Scotia; age i
53 years,
Th*   funeral   will   I ave the  family
: esldence, 389 Columbia St., 3:00 p. m,
Friday, May 10
TUESDAY, MAY Hth,
���IN ���
St. George's Hall
at 8 p. m.
"How Our City Gets Its Electric
Light."
illustrated lev experiments and lantern
���        slide's.
By J. GEO. LISTER,
Lecturer to B. ('. E. R. Co,
Proceeds in aid of Anti-Tuberculosis
Hospital Fund.
ADMISSION      -      -      25 Cents
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At   the'
Fraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
CHKHACOS and HYAS SNOW
(Newcomer) (Newcomers)
Will serve their own besl Interests by looking over the stock and getting prices from Lee's Furniture Emporium and the large shlpmeni
of Oilcloth and linoleum jusi received,   Buy now and get tirst choice.
A Bplendid line of Carpets and Carpel Squares Hall Curtains and
Carpel Squares; Rugs ol all Kinds
Hall Curtains, Linen Crumb Cloths, Etc.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium m
*.���
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THURSDAY
may g,
19*07
SPROn-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
_;I6 Hastings St. W., Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in  Demand.
R. J. SPitOTF, B. A.,
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladies'(Uib! Watches  from  $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Item!
Watches, supplied   to   the    YVellman
Arctic Expedition,   All warranted.
. Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch   repairing;     charges   reasonable.
Notice to Housekeepers.
        i
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, and the price is
about half what others
cost,
Wc have too all the other house
cleaning necessities, such as Silver
Polish, Gasoline, Ox Gall Soap, Household Ammonia, etc.
Curtis' Drug Store
Second-HandPIANOS
ORGANS, RANGES, STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
$250 Reward
Deserted from the steamer
| Woodford, at the Fraser River
Sawmins, a Chinaman, aged about
58, five feet nine inches in height,
sallow complexion, face wrinkled.
Stoop in Shoulders, was wearing
overalls when last seen. Thee
above reward will be paid by the '
captain of the S.S. Woodford I i
anyone giving information causing
the apprehension of the said
Chinaman.
WHERE TO DINE
in the
ROYAL'ICITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All Misfit
SECOND-HAND JUNK STORE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES.
BEGBIE STREET
Phone 214
PRICE OF LOGS
DROPS A LITTLE
REDUCTION EXPECTED TO HAVE
SOME EFECT ON MANUFACTURED   ARTICLS.
.Ml.
'.
���V
���
I      Rushton & Speck
a.
!���               SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do all kinds
of   general   repairing. _
Sign   Man  on  Wheel.
The price of logs, which during the i
pasi  winter reached an unprecedent- j
edly high scale, has been dropping off
as the opening of spring bas increased
the supply, until  now, it is stated on |
good   authority,   the   price     averages
two dollars less Ihan in February. No.
1 fir logs which but a short time ago I
were bringing $14 can now be had al
$12, and at this price there is a good '
demand, which indicates that the mills
are perhaps not as overloaded  as has
been hinted.    Mixed    booms,    which
were selling at $i:i are now listed at \
.11, and these too. are readily placed.]
It is said that the reduction in logs,
but   presages   a similar  reduction  in
the' price of tbe manufactured article,
and   this  when   announced   will   have,
an immediate effect on building which
has undoubtedly been retarded by the ',
high prices.
An improvement in the car service I
is also solving one of the chief problems eef the mills, and it is expected
that wilhin a very short time there
will be a very decided increase In the
shipment of lumber eastward which i
will still further enhance the demand
for logs,
Phone 275
BARNARDO'S FARM  FOR SALE.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
i
office Thoue 18.,      Barn vnone 187
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to ��ny
I art of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Tram Depot
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACH1N1*) AND -UNUINE
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, _MlLHi_; and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
I Ornamental   Iron   wont,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence in
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BTttlfljflT.    '"""
f.'rw  Wool minster. P, q.  474, |
Six Thousand  Acres of  Land   Offered
for $125,000.
Winnipeg, May 8.���The late Dr.
Barnardo. Industrial farm, siua.ed
three and a half miles from the village of Russell, Russell county, Man,
was close;! last Tuesday by E, A.
Strut hers, manager of the Barnardo
homes In Manitoba, and negotiations
are neew on tor the sale of the land I
and iis many line buildings. The farm
has 6,000 acres valued at $14 an acre,
1 while  the   buildings   on   it   are  value',1
ai $28,000. The price asked tor the
farm is somewhere In the neighborhood of trom $100,000 to $125,000.
The farm  was Btarted  In   1888 and
comprised at thai time 10,000 acres of
which  100 i bave since been Bold, The
Idea of starting It was on account of i
ih" greal   number of friendless    and
homeless young men lu England who
wanted to follow the   occupation of
fanning.    Applicants  would go to thi
Youths' Labor house, which  was instituted by   Dr,   Barnardo,    where it.
would  be arranged  fur them  to come
iii Canada and receive the necessary
(rattling for fanning iii this country, j
Of late years, the demand has nol been |
as greal  and  lhi'  Voilths' Labor Jiiuise i
was closed,    As the chief supply came |
from   there  to  the  Manitoba    farm, i
hence the reason for discontinuing th*'
Industrial farm.  There arc at  present I
aboui   sixty Institutions    founded  by
Dr. Barnardo, for all grades <>r people,  Including  an  old people's home
for women.
Subdivision of Lot 46, Block VI., comprising some
of the finest residential sites in the city,  is now
offered for sale exclusively by us. This magnificent property
is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st St. (facing Queen's
Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on 1st St. at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave.
and 1st St., held at $1000); 2 lots on 4th Ave., 42 1-2x120, at
$600 per lot; 4 lots, 521-2x85, $450; 5 lots, $400. Call at
our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
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Savory    Street
and   between
Price $425 for both, cash
l lol No. -i mi 13th. street south, 2 bus on 8th St. between Bth and1 2 lots, No, 24 and 32, block 9, beside of lib avenue. Price $200 cash, 6t_ Ave. *m easl side; full .sized. 66_ tween Sixth avenue and Nanaimo St.,
7 lots Nos. M to sc and 96, 96 faces : 132; Nos, 9 and 12, 1'iiee $1000 for and between Uth and 16th streets.
on Sth avenue, next to (lunns ranch, ! both, half cash, balance easv.
I lots cleared without a stump; small 2% lots nn corner of 6th Ave, and
house, chicken house, 175 choice Bth sm. s.-w. corner; cleared. Price
chickens; horse  and  rig;   $1500 cash.   $1200;  half cash, balance' in 6 months
11-2   house,  (i   rooms    and     flush , at 7 per cent,
closet on Ith avenue, one lot from 2nd j     y���  acre  between    Queen's  and  3rd
Ave. on west side of 10th; No. 6 nnd
G, Block IS'; 132x166 feet; all cleared
and   fenced.    Price  $1050;  $:,..(!  cash,      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
balance in li months. ,0   ���  ,, ,    _
28   acres   on    Mara   road,  Burnaby
Full sizeel lot on Royal avenue, be-  $160 an  :wre    POR    A   FEW
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-   ONLY,    One-quarter  cash
ed. $1,200, $S00 cash ! and 2 years at  7 %.
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; I-2 cash, terms for halance at
7 per cent.    Size of lot 5fixl0_.
IT lots, full 'size, (ith St., Burnaby,
east side, I00 yards from Cliff Can
Factory; soil good. Price only $1020,
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
Block T, Lol 6, 2 subdivisions running trom "'ih tei 6th St., 4th and Ijth
Ave.; one lol on tram line. $800 fm
one; price $1,500 for the two,
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast al this price.
DAYS
balance   i
Nn.  306    Mi"".,' :   hi
iieiein, corner ol Gth ���
Price $4,000; l< 1 ms '
'���'��� ami 6 months n1 7
No, 308,- -8-roomed H     ���
room, etc.;   Agnes Si
cash, balance 3 anel G m*
No, 310.���9-roomed House
room, Agnes St. $3,000
balance 3 and 6 months
No,  312.���8-roomed   H
room,  Agnes  St.      Price
cash, balance ;; ami 6 nio
�� ��� For  the above  four i>
special prici' will be made
1 baser.
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9
$2,5001
,,..1 b��*_
ii 7  -
j;rco; m
5, at if
erties��
to one i'��r'
W. N. Draper
?'  "���-.
B. C. Land
���
Surveyor
'1   ���'
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Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
JV'r'il
Nanalmo,
Sea Ctter_.
May   8.���The
strange
species ul' sea animals seen up Nanoose way by Sunday excursionists, ii '
has been decided by local sportsmen
ure sea otters, which are worth somewhere in the' neighborhood of $1000 |
_piece, A party is going up to try and
capture them.
McQUARRIE  &  CO.
 __________ Real  Estate Brokers -	
Telephone   333 FRONT     STREET Telephone
���*-
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
333 NOTICE.
^C*>y '"",
J b,,l land
rs HEREBY OIVBN that slx-
, ,. ,|;,(,. we intend to apply n>
Chief Commissioner eet' Lands
for permlBBlon to cut einei c_r-
E.;;;l";'���;;sreiiKtriot
3lll!M,���,nml'_Clnr
timber  from   the  following
��. situate ni  Kitsumgallum   an
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE NOTICE thai an ap ill* ition
has been made to registei r - C
Honour as the owner In tee simple,
under a tax sale- deed trom the Mayor
Treasurer   eef   the  Cit        New
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
 ��� TAKE NOTICE that application has
Tenders for a  License to Cut Timber j been made to register Florence .Mary
 ,,���������������,���������.,   -.    apost   planted   ?V"tniln��ter'  !"   Panels   C.   H  , ,ur
;::>:'r^tt&^^TSS iear'n^.ate lfhe,2nd '������������ ��fo,   ���
r"'r,;;', piniLi'n. as follows: 80 cbains   A-   "���   1-'"-.     "I    all    ,:,       Ingular thai
on   Dominion   Lands  in   the   Province of British Columbia.
l^'sl/Vlr   ,
I, Chalns  north
south; 80 Chains west and  certain   parcel   or tract nf   i_���_ ���__
to point ot  commence- '  ���  "���    'sn ! an I
i premises  situate, lying   ���, |   being In
SEALED TENBERS addressed to
lh* C immlssioner ot Dominion Lamls,
Department of the Interior, and mark-
Evelelgh as the owner in Fee Simple
under a Tax Sale Deeel from The Cor-
poratlon of the District of Burnaby, to
James Cunningham, bearing date the
lmh day of March. A. D., 1902, of all
ami   singular  that  certain   parcel   or
REFRIGERATORS
and SCREEN DOORS
^Commenclng^at   * jportorgwted  the City ot New Westmin   e . In the  ', ' "" tl,u 6nveloP��� "Tender for Tim-   tract  of  land and  premises    situate,
^c".A.Qreen's preemption claim,  province   of   British   Columbia   more Berth No' 515*" wiu he received   lying and being ln the District of New
^'.,,-','J1'_f..i"r.:r"l-0Vci..-.in" eaHt'^Mii"".*;, Paiticiilarly  known  and  described  as  "', "lis   dePartment  "����_ 12   o'clock   Westminster, in the Province of Bri-
jialns
lent.
ll���rlh to the point
at
jf commence.'-: subdivisions   17,   L8    Lfl
post  planted | urban block 9.
Of  lot S,  su!
4
i(ll,i,i.-ii'.'in_   ,__^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
tout 'tToreeS. W^tlKaTm; e     Y��U an<1 each ��f *�� are required to
krhk 'OTiA1 fen. Zm Z:^]] _I "";,ax prhaser
1 cbft��__S'to point of commencernent.  J ���, .,     jot tj-five  ,lays from   the  dati
s south
Commenc
���, -lng   at   u   post    planted of the tirst publication of this notice
��i.h north ot the north-west cor- .,,i,,,,.���., ,���  .    ,   ., -uuce,
lb��u'V FA. Green's pre-emption claim, ,! '" '�� '*e ��� shall  register Francis C
VrunnlngWtoUowB^cha^east^ | Honour as owner thereof in fee, and I
*^futh��to point of commencement. direct that publication of this notice
."Icommenclng   at   a   post    planted in a daily newspaper published in New
'��� i miles north of tin* north-west cor- vvestmlnste
ut   -  ���'  \ lire-en's pre-emption claim, ���e��nnnBti
ter for thirty elays shall be
'       . p  \ Qreens pre-om.uuu ui_im,  ���   ,.,..,..,   u���_B ___u  ue
'���'��� :'f toliT^nsChwratea84. B����d and 8ufficlent service Hereof,
fh8alnorthOUto.oint of commencement. Dated   eet  the  Land  Registry Office,
J   commencing   at   a  post    planted New Westminster, province of British
&��cmH.^ Columbia' thls ^h day ot March, A
noon on Wednesday, the Tjth day of j tish Columbl
June, 11107, for a license to cut timber
*in Berth No. 515, situate in the Province of British Columbia, and comprising Legal Sub-division 11 of Sec-
lion 12, Township C, Range 7, West of J
the 7th Meridian, containing an area
of 40 acres, more or less.
The berth must' be surveyed within one year after the date of the notice awarding the berth.
The  regulations under  which  a   li-
cense  will  be    issued, also    printed   that publication of this notice f
 |,     more      particularly
known  and  described  as subdivisions
_:| anel _4 of subdivision "A" of lot 29,
'group 1.
You and each of you are hereby required to contest the claims of the
tax purchaser within forty-five elays
from the date of the first publication
of this notice, otherwise I shall register Florence Mary Eveleigh as owner
thereof In fee.    And  i hereby direct
or thir-
Ibout
'as follows: 1C0 chains ������.-,.st; ; [). 1907
chainsi north:    160   chains west;    40 |
fC.I
���
1, im'south to point of commencement
ncing   nl    a    post    pla I
.    , ,;,. north o�� the north-west eor-
\, Green's pre-emption claim
,    aa   follow
"r"n- south;     to chains east
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To George VV. Jamieson, Esq.
All ; e : sons served with this notice,
tlfto"point ot commencement.      ;"! I  those claiming through or under
_Commencing   at. a  post    planted   them,   and   all persons  claiming any
40 chains wesi ,
1.0 i
forms   of  tender   and  envelope,  may
be obtained at this Department or at
���he office of the Crown Timber Agent
;���!  New Wesl minster, B. C.
Ea* . tender  must be accompanied
a accepted cheque on a charter-
b ink In favor of the Deputy eef the
Minister   of    the   Interior,   tor   t ho
amount  o' the  I onus  which the ap-
Our Refrigerators have perfect air spaces
surrounding the entire refrigerator.
We have Zinc and Enameled Lined Inside
Screen Doors and Windows.
Curtain Stretchers of different kinds.
Call and see us.
_iim
P��'V��V��.^^ "' ">" said land by virtue" of I plicant ls  prepare4 to ��� for a I
|W 01     :f-'_ :.��   r.Ulnu-u-   80   e'leeelns west : ! .,_,-   ���������^~i���t ,   i i l ,      ,,
ami  all
cense,
>ersons  claiming any interest in the      Tllp hlSheat or any tender not nee-
��� I .a. (���,!���.-ii s  pre. ^	
torn:-    -' as follows: mi chains west;   nny  unregistered  instrumen
go "Menus east; 80 chains e
^	
lenclng   at   a   post    planted  said  land  by descent,  whose title is  essarily accepted.
Toreon'. prVem^Tdalm; I not registered under the provisions of      x" ;"l!': f   '���    ' ' -'   ll '' wil1 be ��'n
... :,. follows: 180 chains east;   .;,��� ��Land Registry A it," shall be for-   te!'tflined.
ins south; i''1' chains west; etnei 40
��� L to the point of commemce-  ever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or In respeel of Secretary
the -Maid land 30 sold tor taxes as pro-  Departmi nl of the Interior,
vil.-l by tho "Land Registry Act."              Ottawa. April 6th, 1907.
north;    4"
120 "halns
1 Celi
_mt      _���______________________���_____���
itnenclng   at   a   post    plante I
. t.a north eef the north-west cor-
I m  \ Greens pre-' inptii'ii clah
��� ,. follows:  i�� chains north:
,,..,;    m   chains
I est; 80 chains south,
Int of commencement,
mencing   at   a   post    planted
ialns north of tli" south-west    ,���        | .. ,   .,
,       , ���  : ocation N'o.  20. then  running
'.   , 16O chains west;  40 chains
 halns east;    and tu chains
Luih tu point eef commencement. ^^^^^^
f mencing   at   ee   post    plant _  cla    license   to   cul   and   carry   awaj
wt -0      ilns north of the south-west   timber  iron;   the  follbwing   described
; ocatton  No.   20,  then   runnnm
fnite.H- '   100 chains west; 4" chains 1 lands,  situated  in  the  Coast   District
���!),; Hid' chains east;   40 chains  north
NOTICE.
Notle ������ :- herebj given that 30 days
Intend to make applica-
m m  ' i  the Hon. the Chief Cofifihis-
ql Lands and Works, for a spe-
i pomi    ��� commencement.
I.    . ene im?    eet    a    post     planted
north of the north-west cor-
���'   e Green's pre-emption claim,
,. g as follows :  l 60 chains we st
south ;    160 chains east:
th  i" point  of commer
���  i   g g i" acres, more or le bs,
WM.   MOODT,
IRANI. VANDALL,
Locators,
e��"o  Frank Vandall.
March 81, 1907.
40
ment.
.YNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME.
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
the Wesl Bank of Kittimal Arm
fl i il 15 miles south of Kittimal Indian Village in a  small bay.
20. running , - [ dlows: 80
chains west, so chains north, 80 chains
������ i-'. moi r i ess to the shore, then
tl* ag the sh re to poinl f co imence-
n    .'
No, 21, Commen* Ing al a p ��t plant-1
e 1 on iii" west bi        ' Klttlmat Arm
.'   nil   15 miles south of Klttimat In-1
i     ,'illage In a small bay, thence 80
lins v.   st, 80 ehains south, so chains
east,  n  ere or less  to shore,    thence
ilong   shore to   point  of commence-1
men'.
N'o. 22. Commencing at a posl planted In a bay given mime of Independent Bay situated aboul - miles south
. gi il the north end of Constle Is-
: -. i . :.  easl  bank  ol   Kiti Ini il   Arm
ty days In a daily newspaper published al New Westminster will be good
and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, ihis 25th day of April. A D.,
1907.
C.   B,   KEITH,
District Registrar. I
To   L.   A. Bayne,  Esp.
All person- served with this notice,
. and those claiming through or under
them,   and   all  persons  claiming  any
Interesl  in  the' said  land by virtue of
'any  unregistered  Instrument,  and all
persons claiming any Interest  in the
said   lanel   by  descent,  whose title   is
not   registered   under the  provisions
of the  "Land Registry  Act," shall  be
forever  estopped  and   debarred   from
J setting up any claim tee or in respect
I of the said land so sold for taxes as
' provided by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ TAKE  XOTICE that an application
  j has   been   made   to  register   Alice   B.
SEALED  TENDERS  addressed    toi McDougall.  as   the   owner    in     Fee
lhe Commissioner of Dominion Lands, j simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from
the Mayor and Treasurer of the City
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
PERLEY G KEYES.
Tenders   for   License   to   cut   Timber
on  Dominion  Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
cf British Columbia.
Department of the Interior, and mark-
���'. on v.: ��� ��� :ivelope "Tender for Timber Berth No, olG," will be received ut
this Department until 12 o'clock noon
on Wednesday, the' 5th day of June,
l'.'iiT. for a license to cut timber on
Berth No. -"lei. comprising lands situate in the Province of British Colum-
of New Westminster, to Alice B. McDougall, bearing date the loth day of
January, A. D., l'.iOC, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
anil premises situate, lying and being
j in the City of Xew- Westminster, in
the province of British Columbia,
more particularly known and described as:   Subdivision 30 of Lots S
' and �� Suburban Block ?,.
tnence
so   t bains  south,     10   ch tins
east,  10 chains north,  10 i east,
1 '   i '.: m:i -   uo th,   80   (Iiains
lnl      i miniencement,
N     :  . Commencln i   it pos
v esi    te)
ill ible Dominion Lands ��Il i
I    e Rallwaj  Bell In British Colum
��� . homesi Me le I by any per
ion who is the sole head ot a family,
e .eve".- 1S .-.ears of   age, to
Ik exte.'ut of   i ;," i tarter   se   lon ol
. more or less.
must  be made personal
I end offii ������ for the distri
.hide '.;." land is situate.
The. i.��� ���:11.��� st.��� e ier I required to per-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
connected  there-  tii'"''' or less lo the shore then along
: the  s'e ire  to   poinl    of    commence-
bia, and described a sfollows: ���
Timber   Berth   Xo.   Telle,  comprising
Sections 27,  28,  33,  34, and  the   Hast
halves ol' Section.- I and I I Town- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ship 18, Range 23, Wesl of the 6th ; You and each of you are required to
Meridian, containing an area of 5 contest the claim of the tax pur-
square miles, more or less. (baser within forty-five days from the
The berth must be surveyed within date of the first'publication of this
one year after the -late- of the notice' notice, otherwise I shall register Alice
awarding the berth. IB. McDougall as owner thereof ln fee.
The  regulations  under which a  u-1 And  I direct  that  publication of this
Issued,  also    printed [notice for thirty days in a daily news-
.1.
ster
.   ri use   wil
fcrms of tender and envelope, may bejpaper published at  New Westminster
i'i tauied al this Department eu- at the   will   be   good  and   sufficient  service
1   : ���    I
: i miles south of Klttimnl In- j
vill       on   Devasta    n   *
ink ind  ibo i "���   yar - south
1  e  Hot Springs, thence 80 < hains
easl   vi chains south,     i chains wesl
orm the . oii*litlon^^^^^^^^^^~^
���   .��� one of the following plans:
iie   U least six months' residem e   n ent.
.   cultivation of   the land In     No. ���:
for three years.
i   If the father (or mother, If the ou  t as
leceased), of the homestea I    li iwkesburj   l-lan I   thence   10 c     as
upon .i farm In the' vicinity  east. 160 chains north. 4*> cbains west
n i entere l for,  the
office of tin- Crown Timber Agent at thereof.
New  Westminster,  ii.  C ,,.,.,,,, ,lt t)u, Und Reglstry ofri(.(,
Each  tender  must be accompanied _jew Westminster,  Province of Brit-
hanne, j by an accepted cheque on a chartered ish Columbia this 25th day of April,
bank In favour of the Deputy of the A   rj#< 1907,
Minister *e:  the Interior, fo rthe am- ^,   g   fojrTH
ount of the   bonus  which  the applj-j ' District Registrar.
Commencing al posl pi inte I
:, [lea a irth of Hartter.i   Baj
ink   of  Kittimal   Arm    on
require   tn n e      less, to shore  I    n al a .
_��� resl lence may be'
person   residing   with  the
|atlw       nother,
the settler has his , erman-
e ui "ti farming kind own-
1 In the vicinity of his home
������   requirements   as to resl
be satisfied   by residence
.nl land,
aths' uotli ������ in writing shoul 1
0 iii"   Commissioner of Do>
���'��� >i 1- al Ottawa of Intention
fr����PPl   for patent,
1        '"is may : e pui chased al $10
it acre '.,;��� aofi (.���;l] MI1I| $20 Cor an-
Neet  more than   320 acres
quired by one Individual 01
Royalty at the rate' eef ten
I
I M
I
1 :' ton Of 2,000  pounds shall  be
��� i on the gross output,
w. w. CORY,
1     ty or the Minister of the Interior,
N'' !'���    Unauthorized   publication ot
I
tor.
1  advertisement   will not be
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Ro ute
(for C(
')V!!|T'E HORSE, DAWSON ana
��A1RBANKS, Daily trains (except
iltlday) carrying passengers, mail.
*Press and freight connect with
"a.'s at Carcrosj .mi White Horse,
\       n'ng a through winter service.
'"���formation  apply to
J' 1;   ROGERS, Traffic  Managei,
Vancouver, H   t"
to ��� >lnt   of commencement.
���s-''  -    1 lommenclng al posi ; lanl ���:
about 1    : illi - no th of Hi    |i
nn   e   it   I ank   Df   Klttlmat   A
��� ��� . ���   . Islaud
then '������   120   1 bains   south,   io   * li ilns
��� ist,  10 chains uorih,  :���' chains   m m
. ilns  nori h,   10  chain    n est,   I
.    :i irth, 10 chains west, to
m ��� m. ' menl
No, 20. Commeni Ing al post pl u
me  mile   an I  .1   quai m ������  we
KI     ata v. ij  Indian vill 1 ���������   m I
of bay, 1 h* nee   li    1
.;ii hain    east;   l or  los -
to   Indian   Reserve   llm .   I In nee   I  il
mth       en     R* Ine  to
���;   n  along stun e tu   1 iinl  ol
��� ni ������ ! en .
S ���  27. Commencing  11 ; osl planted
aboul e*;1'' mil*  and p qu u e   wesl of
ata Indian \ Ultige on north bank
nf    1 iy,   thence  160  chain-   north, 40
,' est,  160  chains
re,  then  along shon
aiencement.
N 1, 2S. Commencing al a posl plant
. 11 ul   Mie mile and three quarter
ivesl  of Kiakiata Bay Indian  villagi
on  north  bank of bay,    thence
chain-   north.   40  chains     west
h Una south,  10 chains ensl  to poinl
,-r i' mimencemenl
No. _'.' Commencing al n posl plant-
hair mile oul fr im mouth
Iver on south bank, thence
���halns west,
1 anl Is prepare I to pa    E ir a license.
The high* sl  or anj   ten ler :. et ne-
1 > ssai!e:>   accepte 1.
Xee ten ier by te igi a '   ��ii: I ��� entertained.
PERLEY  G.   KEYES,
Secretarj
Department  of the' Interior,
Ottawa, April 6, 1907.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
south,
1 point
NOTICE  IS HEREBY  GIVEN that
iw   days  after date  we  Intend   to
,    .     mi   the   Hon irable    the Chief
,1 n I isloner  of  Lan Is  an 1    Works
for   : emission   I 1  purcha e  the  foi
iwin    ; ra el of lan 1 sii 11 ite 1 In Coa3l
D    riet,  ror a  Mill Site,     Commencing iii a post  plante 1 on shore ol baj
IS.   IS.  Ann   Hu iskln   Lake,
; W,  1 orner  T.   I.   No,    6943
e   lu   chains;    Wesl
-m. tth '���- chains, m ire 0 ��� les
shore of Turnbull Cove;
evi'b   shore  litifle^	
chains; East 5 chains; Norih 10
chains, more or less, to Bhore of
Huaskin Lake; ihence Easl with
Bhore line 20 chains, more or less, to
point of commeni emenl;
40 ai ves.  more or less.
DATED this  i'.'ta day of February, I men1
1907,
The   Mclaughlin  lumber t\*���' |,i,m;
By C. R   McLaughlin, Pros., M. D.
To  William   Edmonds,  Esq.
All persons served with this notice'.
and those' claiming through or under
1 hem. and all persons claiming any
Interesl in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whose' title ls
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
I setting up any claim to or In respect
n( the' said land sei soil for taxes
as provided bj the "Land Regtsiry
Act."
about   S,
thence
, chains;
* to X. E,
thence Wesl
20 chain -;   North  l"
c intalnlng
NOTICE.
Take notice thai LMrtj la; after
date 1 Intend to make application 1 1
the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and
Works for a license to cul and carry
away limber from the followln li
cribed lands;
No I. Commencing nl .1 posl plant -
ed on the wesl side' of Twenty-Five
Mile ('reel: and marked dame- Shnrpe,
No, 1 posi; thence m ehains ��esl:
ihence Bouth sn chains; thence east si1
chains: thence north 80 chains; thence
wesl  in chains, to poinl of commence-
��� Sealed Tenders addressed to the
Commissioner of Dominion Lands, Department of the Interior, ami marked
ou the envelope "Tender for Timher
Berth No 521," will be' received al this
Departmenl until 12 o'clock noon on
Wednesday, the 24th day of duly. 1907,
for a license to cut timber on berth
No. 521, comprising lamls situate In
the Province of British Columbia, to
the East of Chebalis Creek and Lake
and comprising ���"> blocks, described as
follows:
Block 1.���Comprising thai portion
outside Timber Berth No. 41. Block 1,
and Timber Berth 254 Block 1, of Section 23, Township I. Range 30, Wesl
of the 6th Meridian, containing an
area of "ST acres, more or less.
Block 2.���Bounded on the west by
Chebalis Creek, on the' easl by Timber j
Berth 298 Block Land ih*' cast boundary of same produced northerly to
Timber Berth 298 Block 'J; on the
north by Timber Berth 264 Block 2,
and 2HM Block 2; and em the south by
Timber Berth 254 Block 1, containing
j an area of "-'> acres, more' or less.
Block 3.���Commencing at th*' south
I east,    corner    of    Timber    Betith   _'.is
Block 2. thence north-easterly al right
angle's to the   easterly  boundary    of
saiel Berth 298 Block 2. 2 miles; thence
north-westerly al right angle's to last
course, 54 chains: thence south westerly, al  right  angles to last course'. _
miles to easterly    boundary    of    said
Berth 298 Block 2; thence south-easterly  along saiel  boundary to place of
beginning,  excluding    therefrom    any
portion of Timber Berth ""\ which
might tall within the' same, containing
an area of 864 acres, more or h'ss,
Block 4.���Commencing at    a point
on the easterly  boundary of Timber
Berth 302 Block 1. 5 chains southeasterly   from   the  north-easl   corner
thereof:   thenci' Bouth-easterly   nlong
said easterly boundary 80 chains.more
or  less,  I" llu1    angle    in    said    easl
boundary of Timber Berth
north-easterly, al right angles to lasl | lnPnts M11 n,
course following the boundary of said   shortly
Berth 302, 40 chains;    thence north- , 	
westerly   paralled    to first course 80
chains;  more or less,  to    corresp in 1
with length of   brst course;    thence
south-westerly    paralled    lo     ond
course    10 chains, to    poim of 1 om-
menc* ment, containing nn area of 320
acres, more or les.
Block ."'. - Commencing al a poinl on
the eaaterlj   shore' of Chehnlls  Lake.
50 chains  Bouthei I*     ;.um   northerlj
end of   Bald lake;    thence Boutherlj
along saiel easterly shon' of lake, "'���>
miles in direct distance, with a depth
of 67 chains on saiel easl Bhore, me is-
ured al   righl  angles    to the gen* ral
bearing of said easterly Bhore of lake
within  th.  block, containing m area
of 1,340 acres, more or less.
Tin' berth must be survej-ed within one year after the date of the notice awarding the berth.
THEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE.
I Members  Terminate  Discussions,  and
Close  Labors  for  Year.
The' fourth annual conference 1 a
Religion and Theologj terminate 1
their labors yesterday evening In 1 1 1
We'.-' PreBbyterlan church. The morning   session    was   opened    with   d*'\   -
tional exercises, after which the !'.��� .
Prof. Jordan, l>l>.. of Kingston, read
his paper on Criticism and Theolog .
following which was the criticism cm
Carlyles "Sartor Resartus" by the
Rev. .1. D. Glllam, M. A. North Vancouver, which brought the morning
session  to a close.
The afterniion work was chiei'.,
discussions on the ''Epistle to the
Hewbrews" by the Rev. W. L. Clay, B.
A.. Victoria. An animated discussion
took place on this subject, being
opened hy the Revs. .1. Knox Wright,
B. D., anel .1. G. Reid. B. A., Vancouver.
A treatise on "Modern [nterpretatl in
of Ancient Stories," by the Rev. Pro.
Jordan, I). D.. occupied the evening
session after which the conference
was brought to a close in the usual
way.
Organs Arrive.
II. Todd, of the Xew Westmir-
niusic store added a large shipment of pianos, organs, and sewil %,
machines to his already extensive
stock yesterday, The shipment win
one that hud been on the road f "
some time' anil consisted of many
choice pianos, the Dominions p.
dominating, from Bowmanville, Ontario. Doherty organs, manufactured
in Clinton. Ontario, ami the' famous
Wheeler ami Wilson sewing machine-.
The musical Instruments are all of
very choice tone and quality, ami with
those already carried in stock by this
up to elate firm, will form one of the
best displays of pianos anil organs ir,
the province, The' Dominion company
is noted for an excellent line of pianos
ami those' which have recently arrived
in the' city are some eef th" best example's of lhi' piano making art ever
shipped west. The organs are nol one
whit behind in quality and are cerl iia
to give satisfaction. When the name
of the sewing machines is announced
no further recommendation la ne   I* 1.
;: thence  Thi, ,,���..,, fil.m hag Bevera| ,������,.,. Bnjp.
way which are expecte 1
Hot Shots.
Tacoma, May v--Will Burk, a      It
West" man who delights In broncho-
busting,   hard    riding   and    . .".
sports, lasl [all manic I a * oung ��ll ���
A  few   we eka  ago she  lefi   him an I
now Is suing for divorce.   She m
allegations, and has witnesses Io prove
them, thai   Burk diverted  hlmsel
making her dance by Bhooting bul
Into th*' ground al her feet.   Win :���
began  to Indulge In  this  pastime at
midnight, aad even as I ite as 2 p.     ,
she lefi  him, and  tor    a  tim
cared tor eit ,1 hospital.
160
160
1      mi one
ONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,   .,"��� Kildala rb. .-
^��� ���   ,n  ,.>,,������,;  south,   in  chains  ��    ���.
,,   ,   .   ,,,",.   10  chains    wes,.    120
th  to th,' shon'. then along
,oin1 of '"ii::;'"' ent'
shore t'1
v;  h. MOODY,
PRANK   VANDALL,
Leu ators.
...   vj.rll nth, 1907.
FORESHORE   LEASES.
Notice is hereby given that, (in days
after elate,  l  Intend  to apply to the
Hon.  Chief   Commissioner  of  Lands
and Works I'eer a lease of the foreshore'
righl  for booming and milling   purposes, comprising the whole of a bay,
given the name of independent Bay.
ited ab mt two miles south of the
;      '  1 iii "'' Cost! island, on the east
bank 1 E Kltimal Arm, .uel about two
nib 9 south  from Kildala Arm.
Locale 1 April 5th, 1907,
WILLIAM   MOODY,   Locator,
m ; \ ���,.; v VN "���: '-   \ " tt.
east    SO    1 hains;       thence
ehains;   thence   wesl    10
point iif commencement,
north
chains
The' regulations under which a 11-
" Commencing at a posl (.(US(, m ,)(, |8Sued| :l,S() pHnted
I one mile   south    ot    James  fom8 of tend6r am, ������,���,,������.  may ,���.
3ha,'Pe'a N'"' ' l)0St:    lh"m'" wes1  "'  obtained al ihis Departmenl or al the
chains; thence south 80 chnins; thence  ,���,.���.��� ,������ 1)l(> (,,���wu TImber A,,���nl a| :
s" S'ew Westminster, 11, C.
*��\ Each tender musl be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank In favour of the Deputy of the !
Minister of the Interior, tor the amouni of the bonus which the applicant le prepared to pay for a license.
No tender by telegraph will be *'n
if rtained. The highest or any tender
not necessarily accepted,
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secrel arj.
I Department of the Interior.
Ottawa, April 24th, 1907.
Countess is Punished.
Vienna, May 8.   Count Paul Pest* I -
'ics. father of Countess Viima Feste -
I tics, who eloped with the Gypsy, '���'.  -
deilph   Nyarl, and  el led to   him     1
bouse which her father gave her .1.1
j a preseni In anticipation of her mar.
ii:ige to Count Spectl, whom B���e lilted
tor the Gypsey, has revoked the gift
and taken back the house. The
Countess   Is   saiel   to   be  seriously   ill
and ln straitened circumstances,
JAMES SHARPE.
Staked April 29, 1907.
BLACKSMITHING.
Having bought out the Blacksmith-j
ing business of R. H. Benson, I will
he pleased to see all his old customers, as well as new ones. Horseshoe-
;n_ a specialty.
H. iY.   KNUTSON,
Ei_:-th   Street.
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY   NEWS.
Under tb" auspbes eef the Epw irth
league ol' the Queen's Avenue' v, ti
elist  church, the' Jubilee Singers  will
make their bow to the New Westi
ster  public  in  the  opera   house' ih'.a
e'Vening.     This   Company   come;   ' -    '
will1 :e reputation for good, clean a   '
entertaining  ilnging and    tatter,       !
that the evening's pro  . Ill 1'
1  superior character t"   thai in
��� i'e-i'iM,, 1 m   coi ire ' -i:' ;ers is a
M e 1 onqluslon,
/ THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY, ���
.<*��'
rf
>'<
i *,;..
' *,    *.'
tt
���
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.
EVERYTHING READY
EOR FESTIVITIES
MAY DAY CELEBRATION COMMITTEES OPTIMISTIC���CHILDREN
PREPARE  FOR PA9RADE.
rFARM 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 & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
.PECIAL OFFER.���A Cook Book with every  Monarch  Range sold before
the 15th of May.
The "St_.y Satisfactory'' Range.
"An abundance of hot water,"
says  the   Monarch   man,   "is
quickly   obtained   and   easily   t
kept because of the very large   J
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
iect working of the oven."
BRYSON  &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
ts- Agents for "KLBNO." ���_��
The final preparations for the May
day festivities are being now brought
to a close, anrl all indications point
to one Of the mos: successful celebrations that has yet taken place In
the Royal City. At a meeting last
night, representatives from all Ithe
various committees were on haul
with most satisfactory reports.
The finances in particular are in
excellent condition, the sum on hand
amounting to almost $400, and with
prospective ticket sales in view, it ls
more tbem probable that the sum will
exceed $500, The purchasing committee reported that candy enough Me
fill 2500 bags will lee contracted for
so that by no possible chance will any
youngster have to go without his
share.
The Boys' brigade is progressing
splendidly and will turn out to the
number of forty-five, milking an irn -
liosing body guard for H' r Royal
Highness Queen Annie Tidy. Two
offers have been received from outside boys bands, but the executive
have decided to have this part of tbe
procession purely local, so the honor
of escorting the May Queen will altogether rest with the St. Barnabas
Boys' brigade.
The ball room is now ready, the
floor having been attended to and all
necessary arrangements and changes
made. It has been decided that this
year the space to be occupied by the
dancers will be guarded by a stout
rope railing to keep the crowd from
gradually pushing towards the center
of the hall, and thus impeding the
dancers. The services of two capable
men have been procured to see that
the small, fry do not make themselves
troublesome during the evening, nnd
woe betide the youth who makes himself too conspicuous. A full band of
Ifl .pieces has been procured, and
dancing will start at 8 p. m. sharp
and will be kept up till 1 a. m., when
the last tram for Vancouver and the
city will  be  leaving.
Arrangements for varieagated ribbon
nnd bunting on an extensive scale
have been maele. and the decorations
bill fair to outshine anything in the
past. If tehe weather is not favorable
Friday, the celebration will be postponed till Monday, but if no rain is
falling the flag will go up over the
school at 9 in the morning, and tho
executive request that all the little
girls in the city be assembled at the
Albert Crescent at 1 p. m. sharp, to
lie assigned their seats on the dollies and automobiles when the procession  starts.
1907
McBriarty LacrOSSe Sticks
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Meeting at Vernon.
On Friday, May 17. lhe annual meeting of the Columbian college directors
W_I1 take place at Vernon, when the
Methodist conference will be in session. The Columbian college meeting is scheduled to take place a* 7
o'clock in the evening. At a special
meeting held yesterday afternoon
various recommendations were approved, and these will be ratified at
ibe' Vernon meeting.    The several im-
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Have Just Arrived
FOR SALE BY
J. J. MACKAY & CO. |
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS |
NEWSDEALERS %
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Electric Railway Service
i Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every halt-
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
6.16 a.m. to 11 p.m.
20 Minute Service���Mo transfer.
Between IL' and _ and 5 and 7.
30 Minute Service during remainder of day. Transfer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday Service half-hourly between . a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from 6.25 a.
m to 11 |).m., except between
12 and 2, and 5 and 7, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service   dait-hourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEWS
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.
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Keep tiie Flies Away
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Screen Doors
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
Ellard Block,        -        New Westminster
FISHING
TACKLE
Sporting   Goods
Toys, Dolls
AND
FANCY GOODS
AT-
Children's Clothes
; For May Day :
Unusual Display of Tub Dresses
Just such clothes as your children  can   wear with  the
it  is nothing serious if they forae home with the all Be . ...| ,[ir
the day's oming.   We give yo*i the prices of good service        ��
Dresses.
$1.7.
��� 52?;
and WINDOWS J
Anderson & Lusby
A bsolute A ccuracy
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.
Small boys' mister Brown linen suits*, each    $1.25. $1.0C| ,i0
Girls' fancy Gingham Dresses. 8  to 16  years,  each       \...c
Girls' navy  print  Sailor SuIm^. S to  if   years, each   	
Girls' linen Sailor Suits. 6 to 1-1 years, each   	
Girls' white pique or muslin Buster Hrown Dresses, ���
;; 10 s years, each      $2.00 r.nd $2��
Misses' lustre Shirtwaist Sum...   lo tei 16 years, each $5-00 and Jo m
tvll__t.-'   WHIlfc   -ILK    SHIR I WAIST  SUITS
Gilds' navy serge- Sailor Cost imi-s, 1 to It years, each..,  $"��� c. ���_ ten. I
* lu . o..ij 1
Girls'cream lustre coats, 1 '.o 3 years, each          j,,r
Children's white cambric .' 11 awci.-. all sizes, pair    35c to*!1
CHILDREN'S   HEADWEAR   IN  GREAT  VARIETY
Pleasing Styles at  Little Prices.
Girls' or boys' Galatea Sailors, wide brims, each   25c to     >l
Children's muslin Hats many styles, each    %l'a\
Children's silk Hats, each  $2... __d $;>
Girls' trimmed Flops In any style, each   S2.-_c to ._co I
Babies' muslin Bonnets, whit*  only, each     _=; tot'H.'g
CHILDREN'S WANTS  IN   HOSIERY
Carefully   Looked   After  by   Us.
Babies'  Cotton   Sox���In   tan,   Mack and  white, per pal]   ...   15c to a.c I
Cashmere Sox���In short anl three-quarter lengths:   col tan,
cardinal, black and cream, per pair   15c to 30c
Children's Colored Hose-In cotton or  cashmere,  till  c< le
black and white;  per pair    25c to -iSc |
Boys' Durable Knee-Strong W-;ar Cotton Hose���In heavj
ribs, black and tun;  per pair   '���  25c and 35< I
Girls' Lace Cotton Hose���Tn black and tan, all sizes; pair.. 20c to -Bt
W.S. COLLISTER &Ca
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
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j��j     The Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture is to be seen at FALES.
.���!      Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 stock still to ee
*���>      New goods arriving daily.    Latest styles and best finishes.
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!��;   716 and 718 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.       Rear Exteni.cn,  Front St.
!���;  ���  ...a
K*7*Za?X*Zal.*Xa/:tt
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
LTD.
Moreys
217-219 Columbia St.
provements proposed for the' coll* ge
building will not likely be carried out
[or another twelve months, with the
exception of th*' gymnasium, which la
alreadj well under way, and will be
completed In time for use' ai the fall'
term. A scheme for the endownraenl
fund will be discussed al the s.,me';
meeting.
At thei lasi meeting of the Methodisi
synod, the following committees were
appolnted, in addition 1*1 those already
published: Sunday school, A. D. Walker; Epworth league, Rev. \v. 11. Bara-
clotigh, A. C. Wells; contingent fund,
Rev. R. Wilkinson, C. J, Robson; SUS-
tentation fund, Rev. J, II. White,
Charles Cliff; temperance, E. M. Bur-
wash, H. C. Chamberlain; memorial
and miscellaneous, Rev. W.J.Sipprell,
D, D., G. R. Ashwell; Sabbath obser-
vance, J, P. Howell, T. R, Pearson;
church property, Rev. .1. F. Metis, II.
L, DeBeck; slate of the work, Rev. .1.
P. Howell, Joseph Cameron; nominating, It. F. Stillman, F. W. Boothroyd;
educational, Rev. w. J. Slpprell, D, l).,
T. R. Pearson.
North Road Buys
10 acres, 4 miles  from  toWn;   Mutable for  fruit   and   poultl       Pric*
per acre  $60.00
11 acres, :: miles from town, frame house, barn and outbu
fruit trees and small fruit.   Price, terms    $2655
Scott  road���28 acres, 5 miles from  town;   7  acres clear*
good  liouse;  good  water; convenient to school.    Prl *     .   5;"3
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THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
For cut flowers, carnations and funeral desists telephone T. Davis &
Sou, florists, Tel. B208.
WHAT IS NEEDED
to raise gootj stock is good FEED. We keep tho best and the
best only. Make your chickens lay by giving them good feed.
Strengthen your live stock by building up bone and muscle,
and use CARNEFAC.
LADIES have you tried the Pastry Flour made by the El"��'ne
Milling Company, if ������t Telephone 388 and try It; the result'
obtained   are excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
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