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 [bite, Stiles & Co
R��AL ESTATE
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I   ... NUMBER Hi;.
White, Shiles & Co,
riRC INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER. B C
ia	
MORNING, JULY 19, 190
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bead
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iarpenterB  Desire  tc  H"ve   Big
bration Held  Here.
:   tneel ln(   0     hi   loci    Da 'pen
���i    11 don   heli   lai    i     i  n was
tiecidod ro recognlzi labo   da;   In New
i   ��� nei : Prepares to A;; Ini ���" ;' ' ��� '  "'
, in ��� inf  Bpeeii
i    Qui    -.   pa ' ;���    !���.    e tenl loi
bi   i ii ;.   pi    Ii - hi ���'   Vancou
������(������ iiu.ni- |oin if thi celebration, aad
���   fo      ei   en ��� alnme       Includi
sports, eta    on i    i   ������������   scale
comm ��� tei   v:,- : ppointed   r.   li
Wm DELEGATES
ENTERTAINED IN CITY
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Kiv.
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Football    Team
<o    Travel
. ���'.    '-... ::���      Reguk*
ions On Subject.
W omefi Oonventionists En-
jo;,   River Trip   .^ee S:
mon Canned.
. ���
. mediate
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ec in
m tlw
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A   soccei   lean    '���"..   Calg        will
be   ���      bl am     pla}    a
... ������...   .   :��������� mei   v   ;   Vaneoi '������    Vk:-
���   Nana mi   i       v stmfi
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te 'da:    ������.-'    bi - h   d -���
the "������ " ������""���   :'  th sl     rn
��� ���!;���������       be '���   ���  ��� -���     good
teams an    he ������-���-.������   ���     ��� ..���. -
football  - bi ���    hi - -  cl
1       . '... ���,..       |      ,]���.     V I     '..I   '
cil o 201   i   ���������"
i   -'ev   th<  heads oi al   othei unions   ed   x-' ninsti     y    li
iot]   li   \. v.   ft'estmfni ���     i h   V'ai     wen  -   ������       nee    i   thi   loci   Coum     elevei hi   ma    t ���
��� ni   endei ������������     ���   hi ������     them   oi   Won   o ass stei   b: ' "         n ever: y  in the provi ���������
ke i                                      e i vei -   Mi ��� o      ���          hi   alfli  mei bey Wi]   ���������   | ei   ���   be - " ���   and
i              .     i              .-:.'.          The visit wa6          pn       ' ��� "���     ' ;' to Vi ncoi v<    m
ccess in i ce ���   ������ ' ���    ' '"���'"'- thai <-���"'���    '   :'          '
Premier of Australia. ������    rtned    to    Vai '''"'    Thei."..  Wi cl  Isi      hi
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by anj
WOMEN EDITORS
GET NOTES EOR COPY
Decree Pi mulgatedBy]   . ���.     . ,,. Lady Journalists rrom Twin
oi ".'-rn lon   Is  be   -
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er. .-. '.. hen th< spec
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ben   -..   thi
had | oard, shi
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'.'..,      .   ��� 5 had the ]    \'ileg
������ - - ��� . tl ��� natural pro<! ni I ���
F bi | , ��� l caas read; ���
mavb ������     ��>6fce���� of 'he la'Jies Feeured
...     ������ .      tags, of Ca
��� - " nsia '    vhe   has
the i   hi rm    n hand fo
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e. .....   s in Alberta woul
l        ...    -..  .     ;     .    .   - |i ��� 'im
.   ,. ���       ........     .....
���    en bei arui will
-   i | ���������.,_        .....        .     ���   . ,.;,n
'. it':i        ��� where fast foi tball
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sir mm AGAIN
DN HIS NATIVE son
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Conta   e Sixty-Five State-
6 lOW tife
ments Against Modernists ������������-���
  ��� . ��� blag
bi   used <>:
��� ���   -  - .,   .     ��� ��� "
e VaUcan against the I'll
..... .  .
Quebec Prepares To Fittingly
Honor Reluming Premier
---Montreal's Welcome.
aces at to
.:���'  -
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league
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:-,     -, . : i '���
      i ngagi
ol
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.   - ..:       re state:
-    ���       ���        tings ��� .    .   ���
s
.   ...    ..... .
-���..      ents      ndi
is one approving a :i'i-i! disregard ot
the ��� '   '" ' ' ::'
��� rstan I V -      ' ���   ' o<ier Ron
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punishment ��� ''    'v '    '       '  S;'"
: ��� .       s setting     ��� :.   thi   con
e, is endeavoring 1 :- :"tt~'
.   ,������- '   '        ; ���'������    '
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r. .;,      ... ,   . ������   ., >   ..-  evangelical
.    ���- atas tighUj bounJ between
,,   which cannol  be made to
.  ���������,i.  ..   , , - o :- rn progress.
e��eves   thai   even  il       'l '''    Thl   :':   "'"
ibdlca        - ' ���  "    nn '" lhe l'01""  '
rlrs,  son_ wh0 |S  the i bristian  loctrlnt on the subjects
.    , th<      ��� .mb the i	
\ ���    .   . ���. Modi  n Catholl 'I en i an-
.     i, ���., ,   ., . ��1111 scieni ���
' transformed  Into i nl
.., would '."���-    noiolicl ���  oon dogmatic, thai
Proti Btantlsm large  nn
.  a
Tbe gn al pari of the ;   opo
.    ,       itln ' rhi I Lian e'1"!   '���
��� .    . ndi mm I ns n men    el
inIty.
,   -. , w|j|       ...'.   i . lhe ���
II prlesl
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toml.v
ets oi
" ���   .     .-...- ' -" ���.      sei
REffllJIS SHOW Id POOH
ADVANTAGE IN MATCH
,.
i .��� :i   ...
oiled  -
Cities Enjoy Day's Visits scraps wmch would ?��� ������   -���-  a
' -. ;��������� .     of thi   cannery.   Man-- ���
to Now Westminster. .. ��� ��� o! Bai��non and o-i
  "'.    ���  got  tftis importahi matti '	
.   _.,   . ., the .vltPiiifnt  of the momi   ���
1,1P ��TOUPG   "    v"   '     v-"' i    ���       ���.     y,v smith   .     ... ���   ���  ���        ��� The Kn,.- I
:.:,.,- who visited Mew Westmin _    ,    good b from the groci  ystores|l   itaim   Lh< C I   fi  line from Liver-
. Bti  .no     included    tw<     ladj : ;\.       ,       ...oo  -..���.:���    . \  ..."       -     .\ |    id and Lady baur-
ioumalists   from  the twin  cities    of mon   hi     -'    pei-sons toole ���������    ���   -      lay making hei wftj
I    . v.e:,..   .     ���.,. v,    iam, who, al of ** trip on the Hver, the rivi tl -   ��� I   the
. The n nnipd   to   the   wl steal  passagi   ev*i  made to the 8t,
ugh I bi     ������ deli gates to .      ,        _ .   ���,.
 ������  ami onci   more I      .......
 nal coancil aow in session f�� ,. t   ed the spei      ci       ��� fhe Britain is expevied at RlmOusW
Vancouver, aii  nol rorgel    .-   thi  in wen   taken to Oio resWence ol   Wi     al  11  o'eloc*    today,    and,   provided
 I ft     copj    an     ���'  ':..  i A   .'   ���. was  <ii Twf-i-'n <���!... ���   !'��� ���   no undtii        - tAking
,   taking  .-.   loue  n  ���", von,,",'    Vv,u '    '"    ' '  ,'"'"''   wl!'1  "'qi  boat-d  lhe NMCr1
,  '    ,     .       . ...... ...,.p Berved anel   a sdi   I thefe, ani ai  ihe-. quarantihi   station
. i : events i    Interest, . nd v   l write ___ ,
thi     irl]   :���    theii  respectlvi   pa
. i a    The writi   - ai i   Mrs   '���' ���   N   ":
...  i'. rl William Nti ��� :'-:
.1 ss Hea.I. rn lhi   Porl   \ thin  Ch o
...'i ,e ol   �� bom   v> he .'  Bei i
\, �� .. ..      ter yesterd
Bpent.   the "al hom�� ' ��      when       oaf been    rranged ,!'ai the
aieri ��� : i ���   :'- maj-or, aide t ������''������<-���  ahd IHp party will meet  his
city clerk,  ae  wel] as  a  huh) ���    -;   ministers and cotai to ": m the
membi i       - xiliarj organiiatl steamship Laily G e;     hi   big C.  P.
phi       ������     .'i'i'. ear.  bearing I ���   ;-     I      wl    -"   ig Into her wharf al
. .     .-.        .  uraed    to    Vancouvi     Ihe  Quebei - itei  ai   9   o'clock
ot,  Inn   bis
I   was   a   W ::.' 0    Di
In   -   ol   ���   ' ���:'
leal ���      .
.,<   ....
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I ..'���,.,���
em     ��'..   :   ���  lhe bal   lhi     gri ati i
pari i ���; thi    me, a chani e foi \
This wai  tin  .. ii     -.'��� li li won by
,   West E   I ti   in a*    isl  ''en' wo i
,     ,.;..- ...   I.
Improvi nn nt. iin   Easl I ul ti am wlll
.... ver, es
.   ������ Belvi b as ��� ��� ���"   ��� barmpil
> .    thi   . - i.e. les i    N'i ��    \x - itmin
���
Mi Shi li ��� dil th -!��� aid ���- Sal
urda.i , agi '. wom<./ - udi the i ������-
i ime "i um  Page    8hi
elf in boi li tj   ttoti '-iii
��omen, bill hands u ee  hinl ���
ii nvini hi ������  ���   ��� iii   ��� '��� 'i ��� ��� '���
.. nighl
PANHANDLE PUIS BEAT
i
men a   well especially if they hai tnnhl i     ���      Westminstei  thell   head
pen i>' .'. cup;   | ublli  | OBitloni una li       tl    hi   pi esi n      I ������
Until recent]}  Mrs Bherli was prlu creasing, and the polwi  an  ' ��� Irij
clpal of the  public Bchool    in    rmi nnxlom   tinu   In ordei    I	
all
la     --    have     ��� ��� ---���
���   tlon ��ti      ��� ��� , ���
��� lon ol ' hal ���
nni -.     govi inment
thi   dispati h     il    i
I .  The Hague  as
long sou ghl pi ��� '��� xt
Io the pi sent i1"
of affalri I i Kon a.
VI i ounl
mini   - ���     ������'
or Seoul, - i m i
tl rt ol
ent to     tain the il
i ���  ...     -,
"itrv.
,
' '��� Browr
rHINQ STORE.
Open  EE'.abliEhmcn'
Next  Month
L ��� ised tii" pn i   si
���11.1,11,  " JVJ  Columl la    treel
V II,J,< I'M,  i
I ist of P. p ebl< -'  real
md  -.'.ill    open    up    a
m ��� ������    furnishtag    Btore
���   nth or twentieth
'
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onl   erect ' "". '"M '
n   ini     ��� " '    :"      ' '
town     ��� "     '��� '
nverge.   A   C.  Well      ol
Sardl . b
, ���   $20,0 0  to   in	
.'el hands li    the
��� ���    h .n
.....
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nlteml
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n
Peele;    ...      poin/!
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in i  '���.]. i Isnn; I -      mill
I   IC 1111    ' ' l. 11111
'    Mai bnll      >     W
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;     ���    ,   '       I   ..    . :  , ell I Iiii   I      i|r
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il bomi      i ���     Bnrllel
Wai ivi       ' li  I I irm
R. Sans   ���     ���   '    .ei". i:  ,'i
'���; "    ' I    .       '   .1
V
'
i ��� ���'������ ie !.���! red lln
....
i;    !'��� i
.    i|i
i]     ee
w iiilani.  'imi   ��hlle  actlvelj   ��� ugaged
I i gi hool woi k, she oi Iglnali ���' ee    i
ti mi   ni   tern lilng    hi iloi)     and    the
ii i i'h'.i ,.'     imi umenl   In    ������ i   n
i ..eiiiiin hj klndeigni(��� n meiho.la
\i.".... at, ju i he cit;    &un-
.   will extend   " s"->  Wllfr'-'  Laurie*
the Itohors ol thi   ��� - ���.     ,,.,,   ,-.  ar.
rival In  ���     ������ " ��� "   ' ���'" 'i     'i"
RAILROADS TO COME HERE h
	
Quebec, Julj   18     mi arrarfc ' """'"
foi B    " | Laurier's recepl 'on are
concluded and   m  i laborate pre '1"W1
ha? bi ��� ���. .���    ..   ���         r I  night,    'i"'1'1'
Fleet ol -            . this moralhi   ���
i    thi .              'i .      mlriisti   i
were on : ird     11 ���   : m| i
In       record trip
'i In  au! i ���    ol 'i" -  Irables Wl
mmi ��� ���'! known floaters dow n ti the
lowest :-. sBib ��� le\'-1 U lobg as lhi si
in. ii  are ��Itling i i woi li   th    |.-:'' i
in   nnd ii bard   lo    bi Ing    am    chargi
She  again I  Ihem, bul bb booh   b
cured pi I n       I auloi ib I um   Iranagri   i lhi   laws ol ,!"   land
iie,. premli i    of I ngland, the |;. uti n
Illll     g<)| .  : UOI        Ol     I    IH I  I  ���        '   " I     "i
I. del ation,   from  lhe Hi uti in ul   - -.
i i inn.: of the varlu i'ln        foi
'" i '.,  -, :e.    hack. In I       ���    ill
.   lias  pii ���' ph -            igrnpli
PRISONERS SCOOP WHY
111 FREEDOM WITH SPOON
i'ii i. i'i  ih"\   reeelvi    ���   -
lo othei   ' llnp -   i Ithei   aftei   i     ",
ti ��� I   if a aoj "pn in inli.
I'll re , ni..  ���,. . nm ihth    magn?tl - . .       \    . ���  ,
uboul Nev  W In     - foi holoi
llu   pi      il          ��� i"   ...
from ih" pn mb I   of thi    rovlnei   lln   I      I      rh pit
en in      if the Dominion    ihli id  yertenla     lwo arrlvini
i   ..in. '  im pons who lm\ red
I. .Mil;,,   nil   .       ir      .  |H        'ii     ; .        ,   -   .I,,,    '   ,
n    e ll lust i n; Ion   .' ed oi
In       il     ���        ���       hool              ���!
Iheli* aid, 11"   i. i      i"'e II
easily led to 1 id n    r th
ilef n       leal
Mi       i ���       tins been        iti      Im
  i .I  ��|lh thi   fai   .��� ��� ��� lull ���
Hi" coast,   New Westminster, she sr
firms, I   ohai i"[" . ae. '   is toi   Van
couver, ll  I    l'"   gasli in 11
of the unlvi i ��� i
i '    over Uu       i-   n . u hll
n ii hi i "���" a     ���.  en.  i;    i   '..
i.""i      ii���..       i M .., i, .
: -'.        a      bui '
Ilnt Hill    '     la    .' i. :
Benltl     Imi it!	
.   ,   ���     |tj ] ,
. .  m - mlng (rain     11
  YaM
th ���    ,.. ��� , .,
���    i      : .    ' . . ,     ,i
...
e  deadly
'ie     Of     He I
II  ind -   " ������ i   ;.
I
��� 'i:    . nd
1 od
in tl
��� | ��� M  ni in
pii to he rai ������   ��� , ,.,1;, .,���,  ,, ,,
  Iiottnili i "i'1 "i i
I   III"   |".!i. ,���
ll is "a lhi ighl thai "" ������  ���   -i will
ii mi iin hi tills ��� '-I ���.. '    loni   ���
Miss Hi'ii'i writes undei tin tiotn fie  ;- I&t attraction h
War A(jainBt Slavery SyRtein,
'      . Iul)      11        Will    till    II    Mil[1 -
n ol On '!   peonage   has
���' awakened al
I o'i I i called to the men lo
n ii' ��� - '   -    bo    he    could
11    III a iei ��� 'in attempl
The .vail Id J 'ii ! i rotten and
the ;������:   -. ���    dug i il Hi" bricks with
��l nn
Ml
ii, i .
���i.,, He is now ordering
Im..,,. ''  n esl ibllshften.1
-.' the carpenters al
s fixtures In the build-
���    were formerly oc-
1 mningham Hardware
the fixtures will there-
1   " completely overhauled
.el hand i fi /.            opened h   thi  . ovornttiont, Pro-
Q It. Ashwell hai disposed                                 , (| .      ,r.     ,lit|i ,,, pal.]dtt)
 I   md. the ce                                       ,       ir)l ..    .,,,,1    restfttirattti,
In the nelghbourl .   ...          ; om Oreoe in Ameflea
plume nr   i iiiei " mo h ������ luipi  ��� il itt     < '���--      111 moi I llkelj mal    thi I
appear each Baturday oil the  Through  lo Vi u -    al thi  ,;' I   ipi irtunitj
n \\'<iiiinn'R Bye," phi." o[ iie��. I'lni'i.    nflei troubling a few of the residents the aid
hi".   She i>t n iii"iii!ier of the Cana-  on the outskifte for handouts they  fdund  In  the hall   where    tbe
iiinn Winn".i's Press i ���-��� ' latlon, and     Seven newly arrived tatl      ,   ravel- kitchen uten pt   The manner
Ir ii leading member nf Porl Arthur |ler^   l&pl In the bush near the I in which the Iron cell door was bent
I |)M
���",,., the place In sha
iin,,
Is v., ' ;'' will no doubl enjoj
lha, ���;'' ��� rrom the
J ���'V(i '
mtlu,, , '"��� ���'"���    ears, having
I       u ...
a", clothing.
well  known ;-i   New
id wi
rt.     :!'
Funeral of Peter Larsen.
Helena   Iul
Peter Larsen     ��� '':'r0^
contractor, ban., '     'n,i
to  mining i
iv ii,-" -       ;'"f
anl   Wi    ���������     ������
bustaei   ...
m wa' ':���'':;
"'  .. cea '     '  sd m CMca*
'-'    "���   Unonoo     pOB,  oil   ��� ,       m  tInlte(1    ft,
if ,.'' "!,.. big rire.<>r   Helena    Tbe
I
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Mi
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���' I   ���  I  en  emylo   ���',  Gov  Toole,   ' !'tPr ;,D(I "',",T'
'    !- clothing '.tor.;. idea '      clt*-
���������,, them in practical slav
,,!   I*  called   In aceniinl.
Evidfnre  inv.-elvintc    n   liuiiiher    bf
Chicago Oreelra has been  forwarded
to    I'i-:      i     '.'''iniey      Willis     ley      the
bureau ef fnuDtffraMon a( Washington,
and winii' eiaie Indictments again it of
fendera are promfsed by fo.leral officials, in addition to the evidence hy
the v\ e bingtoh offlctels, a mass of
i:��, it. la Raid, has already been
��� l.-i'i mlls'i
- n enl in
Athenn, who was �� tm loned by the
bureau lo make Investlgatloa hi  ���
sooiety,    Next   to   Pert  Arthur,  Misa
i head leRaiiis New Westminster ns the
prettiest town she has Been.     When
1 iislieel why she placed Port. Arthur
first, she replied, "Well, we have the
biggest elevator In tlle world."
ri\
idge lasl nighl
upwards shows a feat requiring greal
strength.    Both  men ni" young and
na   ,t the features df the Ice cream  ?trong: No all<',"", w;,s "u,1�� to rf'-
e"e';!|   lee   I'I'   belli   lit   Mooil.V   S'lIKII"   Oil
Tuesday afternpon and evening under
Hi" auspices of the Ladles' Altl of tiie
West End Meithodlsi church will be a
lease the twelve other prisoners, A
lively chase after the escaped prisoners began at (i o'clock this morning
under the direction of Sheriff Kil -
wards.
The N'ew Westminster bnrd reader- .baseball match between the iiaehelors
"I its first concert of the season last and the Benedicts or the congregation.! '
evening al  Albert Orescent to a very | The married me are making an effort British Naval Officer Dead.
��� ce and appreciative gathering, Un�� to limit the age of the untrammelled. Niagara Falls, July 18.���Admiral
der ihe !i.;ii|e,-..hi]i of j, \\>. RuehtOB, opponents to twenty, On the occasion ' John Pearse MacLean, retired of the
the musicians played splendidly The j of the last match they were defeated British navy, dropped dead on the ver-
nixi colleen will be given on Colum-j by a hunch of schoolboys, so they'andaof the Clifton hotel. Death was
bia sir,,.i on Saturday evening ni ' claim, nnd tbey wish to gtiard against caused by heart failure induced
msi  week. another such eventuality. cesslve heat. THE  DAILY  XEW?.
--��� -
JULY
BOYS'
Knee Pants
Our stock is complete in this line.
TWEEDS. SERGES. CORDUROYS.
Fitting boys from 4 years of age to
���    15 veal's of age.
PRICES:
50c, 60c, 75c up to $1.75 the Pair
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
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Todd s Music Store
ateh ar I hear I the latest
Edison, C lumi ia and
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CAPITAL-CITY FAIR
I     HAS FINE FEATURES
Committee Advertises From
Winnipeg to San Francisco
-Third Prizes This Year.
The British Columbia Agricultural
association under vrlKMje auspices 'h<-
I annua] tall ia:r Is held in Victoria ifi
i si rtlng everj effort td make the exhibition .1 grand success. The fair
will be held during '.iie latter part or"
September and for the last tour
months the committees have been
very active arranging for the biggest
:.-,:: ever attempted in Victoria.
The   committee is advertising   the
shov.  as tor c:i>: as  Winnipeg ani a?
far south as Sap. Francisco and it is
\. i  ted that the largest crowd ever
gotten   together   ta   Victoria  .will   be
. resent   during   the    fall    fair.    The
Canadian  Pacific and other railways
o] ..ratine Into Victor.^ han generous-
I) come to the assist in i   if the c un-
mlttee an I the m >si  _  itifj lng ti rms
have   ���   d  .    .:.-��� I     .'..-��� C. I'. R- has
.    .    I a spi ..       ilats
:. lines as far east    - C ���'.-��� ir;
ud as     Is ft ���-. - . - -���   ���   a the 1   -���
liercentagi     f visit    -    -   irawn it i=
.. ��� that the num    i m ill be n .
largi r than ev�� r.    it is not onl   '
. -- :.-���: i..' s tha} ha       -   n - ecu
I    it spi   : ; arrang 'n ��� ai - .. .���.-.    ���   n
i ir  thi        : - ��� nation   of  ex
hibits and with an incentive to
'lace to Vii toria it is s iff   .
that the nui f exhibits wi
a --    than -. ���       ���     ���
rhis year th       cnn ci      has :. .
.:.   an ������.. . in  In th       ::-   list   i   I
���   - - '   ;        :-.'.-
.' ich is ag less than thi
addition    : :.:-    in    oeai
ss. and thi     st whi        .- ���   ���
- .:. finis ied su      sses    any-
-   f its kind ���   red in West-
.-... la .-���  .   -
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ut any w ho  ���:     : -.    is of s     ring
a coj y mai   lo s nicating
with the secretarj   J   '.   Smart    M
5        t  is '.   :.
the big - - -���- rn Can-
ad - ���-���;���-      ���--:��� -
tbe owners
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GhtAT
CLEARANCE
SALE
AT
T. GIFFORDS
COLUMBIA   STREET
LJAVING received notice from our landlord.-. W. S.
Collister & Co.. to vacate our present store by
July 31st inst.. thus forcing us out of our present
premises, not being willing to wait until our new
premises are ready for occupancy, we are therefore
compelled to slaughter our entire stock of high grade
WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE,
JEWELRY, CUT GLASS, ETC., ETC
at prices unheard of in this city and quite regardless
of cost.
Stem Wind and Set Watches 75c.  (See our window).
Ail Silverware, half price and less.
brooches, 10c up; Cuff Links, 25c up; Alarm Clocks,
75c up.    (See our window).
8-day Clocks, strikes hour and half hour. $2.50 up.
Nice Fedroom Clocks, in gilt. $1.50 up.
Remember we are forced to this, a- we have no place
at present to which we can re :iove our stock.
Goods Sold for cash only, no l >ods on approval
during Sale.
COME WITH THE CROWD
Sale Will Commence To-Day, at 8 o'clock a. m.
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Clothing
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FOR
H.   L_.   de BECK
BUSTER SHAW
SUITS
FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY
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if.' '- v s
Just the thing for
children to wear while
playing in the sand or
making mud pies.
A new lot just in by
express.
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Cornice Pote and
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BUSTER SHAW
PLAY SUIT
H.L.DeBeck
THE CLOTHIER
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W     till       ...        Ill With ..'.:''''
I5 | modern stores, will
* vill In .    ,.     ilti ���-. club
4  quarti                Elevators wl
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ern con\ i n ��� n i
Till' f. ���'!,;. -i.   wil on ptvel   its
* own building lo thli citj and is also
* aboul lo oix n h 11 ani n in Victoria
��      li  lini.        " ���'���   ' ��� 'entlj   in ' un ���
in iiirsc , ���     taken ovei
surance aud  I nn i Inl bus a ��� ���        \
,\.  Honk  & Co.,  ta  Vancouver,   and
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 .iis resident      . ���  putative i    In
fliy lis Inriuem -��� I  ��111   no .:. >
soon  be  !  It,
While
fitting
pleie.  regular  25c,  snap  price
12 l-2c.
10 dozen White Heney Comb Quilts
full si/.e. regular $1,75, snap
price $1.25.
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SA N ITOL
TOILET REQUISITES
    AT   	
RYALL'S DRUG STORE:
Single and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
10 onlv Bureau and Stand o( sur-
face oak and well polished. Beaver Plate Mirror, regular $20,
snap price $18.
18 onlv Bamboo Table, 18x18, reg-
ular $1.25, snap price 90c.
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JOHN A. LEE'S
Furniture Emporium
liipiii Block, (iiiiiiiiiiiiii Street, Now Wostminstar
I'lionr    7 t
'I'lir  steamer  Haldl    wil    irrlve  li
\,.n   Wi siniln   ���     nl "ni   i" nl   T
| day I" tube n ���������'���-1 o of stool pipe foi j
Alaska.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
EAT
It* A I*
45    MILLIONS
THAT is vouu SECURITY
win;::| \nr  BANK   WITH
/ 'I c'    " :	
1   VSTERBROOK   MILLINC.  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO   PRIZES - First, $15; ;-
'���   hesl loaf of bread exhibited at the
'���il Exhibition, made with their cell
IMPERIAL    PLOUR -  IMPERIAL
��� entrance fee needed   all that is neci
;l be irm!.. urith IMPERIAL FLOUR.
:QUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
\ LS V E.
IBE MISSION LUMBER CO,
���.otice or.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
���. .    . ���  ��� ,    .-:.',   tfial   He'-
, -;   Ing  I
n    nn i   Joseph
The     .NT 1 -��� - "ie
tbe  Disl rl' i  ot
���   . .:.-'������;��� ., ui been diiMlvt I
, ttaai eooaent ai ot tbe 211111 d i
im*, 1907.   All debt* owing t'i lb��
laid parttewnrtftj   are lo be p*M    I -
.   , ��� h ctunevoo ot 9*vpeTlov m the
District, of New WeetmJneter :mi all
slattta agalni I the aaid , arterthll) aro
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSl TS  OVEfi
48,000 04 ������
W" ���'.���'���]��� -.in'  eniiiii ii.'-"nni   -.I'i'i cn-, interesl torn titties
���e    i nii:--. it.mi. de] osll
F.   B.   LYLt,   Manager.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Blanches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   In   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents In all carts ot the
World.
re.      in.      presented     to     the Savings Bank  Department.     Defiosits received in enms of $1 and upwards,
...mi'iili Cameron by whom    !' and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
will be settled, four times a year.
Dated at N��W Westminster tb I    13th.   Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
day of .fuly,  1907. NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNBR, Manager.
Witness: .fOS. ." ' Mi   ' |S-
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m the eiivelofie ' Tender tor
bei  i'-    '������     o. 524      nrill 1 ��lve I
-,i   ei,-.-  bepfirtment   until   12
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Adgust, 1907, for a license to cut timbi ' ���,'��� Bi rth '".- 524, con
Pltuate In tl
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PERLEY O, KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Inti rlor,
Ottawa, June 25th, 1907.
e':=e::::;;e:;; ���;;;.;:
THE MORNING PAPER
|      TELLS THE NEWS
I
t FIRS1 THE DAILY NEwS
THE   DAILY   XEW?.
'sentence of that speech   iga i -
McBride.     All   its   Indiscretions
Mr.
a re
Punished bv the  Dailv  News  Pub-, ^^mmMlMsMsMaMaM^ti^ki^k\^k\^k\^k\^k)\\^U^_^_
ihing   Company   Limited,   at   their,' ����vere<i ��y the vague repudiation re-
/Bces,   corner   of   Sixth   aud   Kroat   ferred to.    This new    todg     . . .;���   not
Streets, New Westminster. B. C. be a very manly thins it :; emi-
������  nently convenient.
E-   A-   Pai9e Manager
it  looks as if the Bryan  be im, ot
which we have heard very ^Ittle late-
There's   no reason   why   you
should buy "cheap" imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more ��� is  absolutely  pure ��� and
goes farther.    Get   WINDSOR.
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| have  !ws  nuie  for  the    excursion,
and there will be all kinds   >f attractions  .waiting the meat cutters ���������
they   irrive   In   the   Ambitious
Tne local me:.. - rs   if   bi      iti -nit
will - to Vane   ive    a a <
ho. and e\_; Ireturn ta the same man- :
ner.    Th - pi :;: i  Is an ann .     affair,
and   '   -    im > to be looki If   ward to
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ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient    display    advertising,    lo ., .   ,    ""** V"
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o J" , gllt  come to  t!u'  front   with a   cars of potatoes to Vancouver  just as   ,      ���
the   inch.      Five   cents   per   line   for   rush ����� of these Jays.    At  present,   the   new   potatoes    wire  com'inV   ,���    by   '
"Sffi'iuSSftid face type   M t ��2   i'" 'Zf^         ' " *   ^ *" ' :  '     '      �� ^"^  >" 2         ' ^ thft *" We"��  '   �� ��*
cents   p��   line, brevier  or  non^rel. , ?"?'   h^hh"~^   nomination  arrived late. and. although the tubers       ^"                       	
10 cents per line.                                 ' ��  '"'than    a    year away-centers  are of the finest qualitv, thev are a- 7~7,
For   time   contracts,   special   poal- about ;ho c!wnc�� of the various Re-   a  disadvantage  on  account    of    thl et Cars'
aons .apply to advertising manager. Publican "possibilities,"  but  d    one' number of new ,��...tn4c      .. i;   '       trior cars are now atta   ied
���r found. xw.Mtotot.ek^.22 ^ "��> center of the stage.   Vice- the three carloads at cost, and Siring  ff, T �� '''V  "
per  word.     No advertisement  taken Presldei>�� Fairbanks Is credited with the  next  few  days   the  Royal    (iu- ' ' Seattle"   The convenien   i of
SLJS25i!SL2L222i!:  h'JI"'  work  an����  Iar��e expenditure in Fish company win act as Jobbers for        : ' "C 'S itUdied in ev":;' wa    01
TELEPHONES. ""'       "~ Ills ��'n behalf' while Tar. who seem- the firm, and  wil] dispose of th..  ��    *" �� N R   trainS' but ParticuIar wm-
Day  Office                                          .,, ed ;he favorite a little whil      ..   ap- at  a  sacrifice                                             :":' '   '           :;ili  "::   ':
f'-ies."     Among the'     the?  half. Sa, *��^TunS Sa^Lu^      K ": ~         '��� ^ Barnes ,
dozen or more of possible   aspirants, companv  both of vTncouver  i "|Dal : Pe
Cannon, alert as a ooy    at seventy;   to Pitt"U^ ye8UdaHr ^^ "P ^
Hughes, whose fight fbr-good govern- number of tt^r Sn.    S"^     * 1�������� '     "     '
ment in his own state has   .   ^ht him accompanied  by several frflS ���*  U'
Prominence;  and Root of the    Keen  will spend a week^sll ! ?VT ! "        *��*"*  * "   ��     �����-
��llul ^d persuasive tongue, are the in,. Th ' - v-��� ^Vm    ������    , t"T  ': 5   ��   ' fath*f   -    ��'"����.'
::���:���'���           -'-^'.auncl^Sea^^rfw
a possible   dark horse    or two, none  Sampson of English hav     ti       =.
menfs   proposed   action   uTcTfp'ihe  ^ t0 haVt' ;l "��������      -     ���.  foamReturns to vScou'er SLf*"
' '      P����"an Tori majority in   "f"0"    : th'Dgs i:l th(   ;- '   ' '��^n   lig, and will n ak.'     ,   . '   t-"^'
ti... H   .- e. ���       Party would certainly appear to favor again  next   welk       '���'-   -l *
-Their plan is that  In    .   - ,  0-  Z       "" ? ' ^^^ Vl      ^ lf  b��me '
me event ot   that party closi - solidlj ai ��� yan
Can You Beat This]
A six-room modem House, in gooi   , , .
a lot 15 x 165 feet,  all in fruit
block from city car.   on   Fourth   ������
Price   $1,800
Half cash.       -      -      balance ea
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FRIDAY. JULY   19.   1907.
TO "MEND" THE LORDS.
In   an  Old Countrj   communicatoin
to an eastern paper �������� find tins outline of thi   ;: eseni   Im ei ial govern-
Hale &  L
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AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPER^
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTIF   B c
Phone   335
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'���        -  ^ual    a���   '.     '   .-    ^ I ����f^ "> the popul     Imagina-
hons�� ^all confe, and endeavor to rf  SU���" SPPear t0 M '    ~ ; '   :"
differences     Thi  * Wlder and stronSer than that of an.
wil, b,   estabS        '  r^TZ^^T^   RepUbH    "     ���*S
-   >e��niti   pa    "���     ," ^  ^    ' ^ " ^ '
cainery of the constitution,     m   the
��� ��� ��� ���.-: - the bill, in
the san ��� r a modified form, will be
pas.-- . ��� igb the commons and re-
turn lhi   loi Is.   Should it be still
reject! I,  and  another conference  fail
:.' come to terms, it will be re-introduce.! in  ::::.;! form in the commons.
an I ret irm d I   the lords, with the In-
: ��� iati :. that if the I ir t__ I dl to accept   It, II   ��.:.    -   passe I  on r their
heads.   In order to prevent a government i   .'   has  lost  touch    with   the
effluxi n of time taking a I-
>   :.-..--   ��� : this pow< r to pass mi   - -
ures       ��� ..     to the will of the coun-
it Is sed te     educe th    life
of par       ��� at   fron   seven     to    five
& me object a   -
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ADDITIONAL IM NER
D Carlos McAlliste., r. svel! kne i n
singer, who has been tea .:.- music
in Seattle for six years, is in the city
..? .e represi utative of Edv . . Baxter
Perry, the n< ted pianis
for whom he is endeai ering t< uge
,i series of concerts on  this  side  of
the line.    Mr.  Perry as ..    plays
under the auspices of Tea b -' Associations, and before booking Xew
Westminster, Mr, McAllist r will inters - hi local teachers mus
:.. endeavor to obtain tl - . :
in ;ht undertaking. The concerts are
Ing     oki     for :.- \: I -
Messrs
N'ai .'     ; ��� - Last   nig     Pred
;: overed a    mag
3 place a
of ���    :    -six -  a   .-
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���'"    ' ���       ad is generallj
���ons. and proceed in 1 '.odv -"-,"v "''���"   '" *e interes    I
Vancouver   where thpir *���-.    ,    , ext<   '  "' '    ':       famous    '���'
will be held      s   cia '"CniC^   '       ���' t
'     bl'ecla'   .   run-.vn:..n's   I :��� .    I acres of the coaia "" *
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On Wednesday next, the butchers
in N'ew Westminster and Vancouver,
will lay aside their cleavers and ap-
jIHAVEFORSAU
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Full sized lot on Agnes St..
Corner lot 5th St	
Lot on 4th ave.; near 8th St.
Cleared Iot in Sapperton	
S650
S550
$475
S150
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Hotels, Restaurants,
Camps!
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
HAVE A LOOK AT OUR LIST
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CARLOAD  OF POTATOl
DID   VARIETIES.     ���'..-.'
FROM  A I. BERT A.
TO    3E    SOLD
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Real
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ad ranch al      llingw-x>d   three minutes  ������������������ from
E.   R.   Railway   station:   .
:.    I; new 5-roon ttage and    ���   -       II    nltui
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id small        t bush . Is  ol   lan
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ing  and has  !nstru:te;  ls  :;  sei!   unde-   \alue.
FRASER VALLEY REM IV
COMPANY
COLUMB  -'.   UP  TO  DATE.
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received, opened up and now ready fo? sale    But to
selves. 1S an 6aSy ma^r-tAcy set. them.^
We have - n show the nobbiest   t. ��bby in Ox. irds and b   ts writh blai..
or tan, button or laci in the foil wing leathers: Patent Colt, P I Calf, Gun
Metal Calf, Platii nm Calf, Chrome Russia Calf and Vici Kid.   I  . styles and
material to suit any taste whatsoever.
We Sell High Grade Shoes
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credited   with   the   lati -
tin-  lini   ��� -       Whal
the elii the premier
on M   i        r .   ��� -
t on '���- ���   ���   -   .   ��� er
stated thai th<   - ���
-one i ore,   to   say
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e is no   -   ted   not ei
s given    i ��� tch on?
i wc adopt tie-      no pentli man'i
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Johnston's
Bid SliflF HOUSE LID.
Columbia St.
The Si^n of thc j
Big Electric Boot
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House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Fl.v<      ': "��� hall and pantry, and ���
tne light.   Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable tern-.
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REAL ESTATE-
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DEALERS  IN
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ellington   lump   coal
:llingtoi\ washed nut
and pea coal.
vox coal ano c3ke.
v3erland forge coal.
'.ancouver portlano ceMENT.
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ROSEBANK  LIVE
MANITOBA   WOOO   F ERE
NEW   BRUNSWICK   PLASTER
L.V ERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE   Bf
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE      CLAY
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BRICK.
Fr or. thei
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SEWER   PIPE.   DRAIN
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK
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Close  at  5   P. M,
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of their
Regular Value
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ll, . ked to save you m ney just when you need
them most. At this store you will find best select! n and the prices lowest.
25c
light printed Muslins. Check iinuhams. Fancy Grass Linens.
...... lines .;: :   25c,
ret;	
lOc
I.,.'        S5c Printed Dimeties,  Fancy Printed Muslins, plain and check
mati    iis,   Black   and   Navy   Printed   Foulards.  Scotch and Canadian
ims,  small check,  in whitt   and black,     hite and pink or blue;
als   ill shades in plair Chambrays. : . w I summer wear,    rhese g    Is
irera idly advancing     prict   .'."���. must   ... / U;v:-. :U   ........    . .'..'_
too.   So here you will :. sands of j... Is   n sale now, per yard 1 5c
ine Lawn, beautiful eyelet     broidery] atterns, a little change from
white, worth 50c, sal   pric*      2:5c
>;.75 buys a Linen Robe, beautifully emi.    .���    I Skirt ar 1 Waist, cut and
rimmed, ready to fit.   You can have i ne ii \  j hurry. Were $12.5 l each.
;;:-;;.'   ;��� the sale i E Dress G ��� ds at 35c and 50c.   Goods worth d uble the
and nothing      re.   Suitable f r the warm weather.
'.'���';   ' Skirts at 95c and White Lawn Waists at 35c will give you an
: what is doing in the big ready-to-wear de] artment.
fl Table Children's
Wash Dresses
Choice, 50 cents
Mail Orders Filled Every Day
We save yon big
money on
Millinery.
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ON WEDNESDAY MORNING we Iran one of the BIG
Clearance Sales. Our entire slock ^ Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear Goods and Fancy Goods, a
and up-to-date stock, to clear at cost and below.
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Call early ancl you will be convinced that this Sale is one
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The WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
27S Columbia Street
WE Will SACRIFICE
7 lots in the west end of the city
for $1 700. Shis about the
best buy in the way of lots that
is to be found inside the City
Limits today.
Easy Terms can be got on
these lots.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
"The Farm Land Sp*cialisti,"
New Westminster <-*".���
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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FREIGHT RAILWAY
TO BE A HUSTLER
From Winnipeg to Vancouver���He Can Do It.
Tenders    for License to Cut    Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Pre
vince of British Columbia.
Sealed   TENDERS   addressed to
Hill Proposes Building Line!11"- Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of ihe Interior, and
marked on the envelope "Tendei' for
Timber Berth No. 526." will be receive.1 at this Department until l-
o'clock noon on Wednesday, the lib
day of September, 19U7, for a license
to cut timber on berth No. 520, comprising lands situate in the Province
of British Columbia, and described as
follows: ���
Timber Berth No. 526, comprising
1 the North half Of the South East
quarter of Section 2,2, Township 12,
! East of Coast .Meridian, containing a:i
j area of SO acres, more or less.
j Tbe berth must be surveyed within
'one year after the date of the notice
awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license win be issued, also printed
forms of ten.ler and envelope, may be
obtained at this Departmenl or al the
office of the Crown Timber agent at
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by e.n accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay tor a license.
The   highest   or   .anv    tender   not
Residential NeW Westminst
Winnipeg, July 18.���A low grade,
l.;v, cost, modern freight railroad from
Winnipeg to Vancouver is the aim of
.1. .;. Hill's Canadian West operations.
Such is the recent statement of some
ot the most intimate associates of that
gentleman. According to the same authorities the new line will be no
sl mch of a railroad. It will be equipped as no other road to fight the
Cana lian winter, and the new Hill
freight transcontinental will be given
all the benefit of Hill's great experience in the north western railway
field, Hill's command of the situation is summed up by his friends as
follows:
"He has not only a war-chest to
fight with. He holds a few clubs in
n.-'rve. If Mr, Harriman gets active
:!,- Minnesota farmer might quietly
say: "Lool. oul there. The Burlington is not resting on the hills of
Colorado foi exercise, It is not far
t' Salt I.::;..��� ; so don. you get ambitious, i necessarily accepted.
To the St. Paul:    "Don't   encroach:    No te:ider by teiegraph will be en-
too far. These two roads (meaningthe  tertained.
PERLEY  li. KEYES.
secretary,
"The Site of Beautiful Homes.r
The following list carefully compiled to date contains most of the
choicest residential plots in the city for sale. Prices ai e most
reasonable. Several lots have fruit bearing trees. Just the kind
of home you want for comfort. Read our list of Randies and
Farm Lands for sale.
9 Lots corner of Brunette
St. and Distillery St.. subdivision 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
11 and 12 in lot 13, Sub.B.
1, Sapperton. Price $1500,
half cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
i right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside shi)) lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
160 acres,
$40 jeer acre
miles  from city.
Northern Pacific and the Great Northern) can haul freight awfully cheap���:
cheaper than you may think. Don't try
to take their bread an.l butler away
because if you do���away go tne
rates!"
To the Canadian Pacific:    "Run all .'
tht passenger trians-de-luxe you wish I
between St. Paul and    Puget    Sound.
Put   on   conservatories,   flowers a:nl
music,   If there  is any  big deficit  I j
tnigjht  hehi to make it up;   but keep
out of my freight preserves or there
will be trouble.    There's traffic up in
the  Canadian  plains  waiting for me
and J am going to have it.'"
There is the flavor of a romance
about Hill's colosal figure, and deeds
that cling about no other figure inthe
railroad or financial world. It is a romance which brings to the mind of
evry one the stirring events connect-
ed with the development of the American and Canadian West for nearly
fifty years back. For this reason no
less than for that he has done the
financial world aad men in general
still continue to watch with increasing
Interest the moves of Mr, Hill In the
great gam.' which is bein
the western railroad map.    .
Present tndioations are that Hill will
try to handle Canadian freight in
Canada rat be:' than attempt to divert
it to the States as was predicted some
iin:-. ago
Department of the Interior.
Otiawa, July 5th, 1907.
Tenders    for License to Cut    Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province   of  British   Columbia.
SEALED    TEXDERS    addressed to
j ihe Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department     of    the     Interior,     and
! marked on the envelope "Tender for
; Timber    Berth    Xo. 527,"  will   be received  at   this  Department    until    12
o'clock  noon on  Wednesday,  tbe iih
day of September, 1907, for a license
to cut timber on Berth Xo. 527. comprising lamls situate in the Province
of British Columbia, and described as
follows: ���
Timber Berth Xo. 527, commencing
at the West end of the most Northerly boundary of Timber Berth 29":
thence East, along sai 1 North boundary of Timber Berth 290, 20 chains,
more or less, to the West boundary of
Timber Berth 378; thence North,
along said West boundary of Timber
cj _ i Berth 378, 120 ihains. more or less, toi
the shore of Pitt Lake: thence West
20 ciiains. more or less, to equal
li ngth of South boundary: thence
South 120 chains, more or less, to
point of commencement containing
rn area of 2-10 acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
Subdivision of lot 40, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites In the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avi -
nue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an 1
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue. 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 l-2xS5, $45C:
five lots. $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Seconel
streets, Xo. 5, 6 and 7. Price $4'' i
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $225.
160 acres less right of way about S
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped.
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced:
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x2S
and lean too 10x22: barn :i0x;.i2 iinl
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; tw<>
chicken bouses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
House 30x42, 4th St., between 4;h
and 5th Ave ; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St. Price $3|80O:
$1,500 cash, halance at $500 |*jr year
at 7 per cent.
2'i storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern Improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$.',750. $1,500 cash, balance 0 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1 lot Xo. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 casb.
7 lots Xos. fcl to S6 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump: small
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chi kens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 house, 6 rooms and flush
closet on Uh avenue, one lot from 2nd
str<' t on south sidi
Two lots on 18th street, between  7th and sib avenues,
160 acres In Surrey; S k, of
N.% of sec 9, township 2. Log
:��� o ise, 16x24, and chicken coops,
-mail tarn; bn fruit trees; 12
,i' res cleared, 4 acres under
cultivation and !> acres slasbe'n
I':.'' $20 per acre, >;. cash, balance in 12 months at 7%.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
Pt. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
l lot, 55%xl66, Tenth Btreet,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to 6uit.
frc:nt',:' H
house, ,a���, Jgf
ih>,U'n  ' tru t .�����
kinds.   Prl ooo   t'.'''*���
cash, balan ���            Terms��
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so dtsin
��� estment. .fj
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Xo. 310.���9-roomed House and bath
room. Agnes St. $3,000; % cash,
balance .'! and 6 months at 7 "i.
Xo. 312.���8-roomed House and bath
room. Agnes St. Price $2,500; y_
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 ','.
Block 12 on 12th St., east side; 10
full sized lots. Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
House corner of    7th St.    and  4th
Ave.;   9 rooms;   2 full sized lots, 66x  running through   ;     I road
$3'5&0'        Jed   to  10
lease.    F.ne residence for.
2nd   Street,  corner Fourth J
$30.00 per month; |U|| ( '
tended if purchaser
good payiny
be arranged.
Double   ������:        ��� h0
1st and 2nd E
cash half  ll -. ,; ,
Ri nts for $10 ���    h tenant
40 acn - i4 ^ j
of Tn. 2, ali '-iron..
Haworth   r< rey;   hog,
1'-' storey !_.��� . ,.'���,,,. ^.'j
other 3 can be     Ided ujista'ril
shack;  !'������ * ar&j aiidf
with clover, red; I Irly easlliej
One mile fron i. , ������ 1
$1,200;. ten,,. ��� ��� m)i, |
months at 7
Pull sized le ��� .12 on R.J
and Mh St. 1'",,. $.1050, ij
balance at 7 ', per annum.
Westerly 4.  11  o! 63, Sub.]
132x132 corni r H    teel . ���..���{
houses drawing iy per moall
$5,000, half cash,    .:,.ncela||
months.
160 s.e. y i ��� Si '. :. .. I
10 acres,partly cleared; Kami
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$1900;  1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent.    Size of Iot 55x165.
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
i.2 acre between    Queen's  and  3rd
Ave. on west side of 10th;  Xo. 5 and
6. Block 48;  132x165 feet; all cleared
and   fenced.   Price  $1050;  $550 casb,
Full  sized lot on Third  street,  be-   balance in* 0 months,
tween Royal and Queens avenue east
132; orchard of apples, pears and
plums. Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, balance on time at 7 ft.
5 lots corner of street between Sth
and 9th Ave. on 2nd St., side of 2nd
fruit trees. Price St., equal to one acre; partly cleared.
$500,  half  cash.      A  splendid    opportunity for investment.
side, new house; $15
Two lots, block 31
im
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, be-
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-
lol 9, $1000 each,  ed. $1,200, $800 cash
Life  for a   Life.
Kamloops, B, C, July 18.-
Dale, who murdered Pi I i
and
YOU
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
WANT  BETTER THAN  THIS?
> acres of the best soil, 10 acres
awarding the berth.
-James A. ' The regulations un ler which a li-
Godereau cense will be issued, also primed
Jos' ! :- Cl ]". p'; Carmi, near forms of tender and envelope, may be
Greenwood, last October, was hanged obtained at this Department .er at the
;'' ,:"' '���' ������'��� here this morning at 8 office of the Crown Timbei
~'! ; b sympathy was express-  New Westminster, B. C.
one year after the date of the notice cleared, under cultivation;  200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring.     De.lance
���in
���' I for bis age     ather, who was constantly In . ttenda iei     ; on    Ms    son
thi   '. st.
Mere Coal at Nanaimo.
Nanaimo, July   IS.���Lasl  nighl Fred
Rowbottom discovered a   magnifici nt
'������;,;' of coal on his place at a depth
twi nty-  Ix  feet, at  a point  known
s   ;-''    ���' ' '   butts.    The  seam   is  six
��� '   ix inches thick, and Is generally
���'���:       :  ose Interested to bean
'   '��� nsii n of the   famous   Wellington
���    Thi re are   In    all aboul  tw i
indn i acres ol the coalfield,
Each  tender musi   be accompanied
; by an acce ; ted cheque on a chartered
bahk  in  favor of the Deputy of the
1 .Minister of the Interior, for the am-
��� int of the bonus which the applicant
���'���  pr< pared to pay for a license.
The highest or any tender not nec-
ci   sarily  accepted,
Xo tin le r i,y telegraph will be enti . talned,
PERLEY (1. KEYES,
S ecretary,
''    artmi nt of the Interior,
' ��tt  wa, July 5th, 1907.
ADVERTISE   IN THE DAILY   NEWS.
66
uality and  Price'
the
When you get supplies for the pantry you want
fresh.     Tin ii when you want pood
TEA   AND   COFFEE
wny  lon't you call on the man who makes a specialty
of them, and get value for your money'.'
���'I
Edmonds Tea Co.
Ml) St., next In Columbian office
Phone 309
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property is only \b mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
2S acres on .Mara road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
OXLY. One-quarter cash, balance l
and 2 years at 7 %,
Xo. 306.���9 n ome! bouse, with bath
room, ���' ner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price S4.0CC: ti rms '_. cash, be lance
3 and 6 m nths at 7
House, ''.ll sized lot, on Kear\
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance 'easy at 7
per cent. ���
lb acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder, Good soil: good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, IS, 19, 30, 21, face on 16th
slreet and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950,  cash.    Single  lots at  casb.
Four and one-half acres between
Seventh and Eighth avenue; sonth
side of 1st street.    Price $2,500.
Lot 11 on Fifth avenue, sub B, 10
of sub 9. $300 cash. 'j. cleared; size
55 feet by 132 feet.
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage'is selling fast at this price.
1C0 acees, WestminsfAr district, io
;l' "��� - m h r cultivation, 10 acres or-
chard, :'i acre strawberries planted
this yeai: aider bottom land; running
������,-������ Ing; bo 5e 18 x 22; frame bam 30
* 22; i; post frame house and co*
-hi b 3, threi In a :. stal le 8 cows and
2 span ho: ses; near Mission Stati n;
'-��� ��� bun ' es near at band;
steai : > twice a day; abo H 100
��� i" ��� . flr and cedar, nevi i eeu
lot i f2,00 ��� r< 'He.,! f( ,��� .���,,., ��� |
tim ���   : i .    iouse 16 \ ri: hi a
bo ise d ade ol hewed timber laid in
mo tar, 12 \ 30.   A i bance i r  ���   Ifi
time, $9,000; $4,1 cash, balan ������   ��� ,:
��� per cent.
. s"-   ' "��� ������������': Hi use,  with  bath
i     """'n,   i '.'      Alius   St.      $2,500;    '��� 2
i    cash, i alanci   3 and 6 mos. al 7 ���" ."
north   of   Webste  _ cornei
mill ami P.O. a1 tbi west com
ber worth $7 pi ���..-
4 miles from Porl Haney,
$2,100; terms Ji :���-" cash,bal
ranged.
_-'.-U'. Sub. 7.-.'.    I .   "
railway   runs  along
'hard.    Price !',    per acn
More  exclusive   properties  just   listed   ctush' b;,lan<"   ln  ^ual w
with us for sale. 1 'icre clay, bousi on tram Ii
Lot 5, opposite    Knox church, Sap- Joyce station:  partly cleared;
jierton, east side Columbia Street on across front  facfni   'tarn lite.
car line.   $350 cash. $700 cash, balan ���
3 lots south side of Sixth Avenue;
very light clearing; Cn.xl 1 .*.'��� ��� feet on
Sub. Block 10.   $1050 cash.
4 lots on Fifth Street, 11, 12, 13, H,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 esch, half
cash, balance 6 months at 7 '..
2 houses corner or Merrival and
Agnes: full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents for $25, the
other $10: flush closets and all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 and 18
months at 7 %.
N.-E. % of S.
Price i
cash, balanoe easy.
Lots  14  and   16 of  1 of 6    of    A
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 0 months at 7 per cent
One acre in block8l
tween 18th and lo'tf
on Sth Ave. Price f|
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
Large lot and  two cottaei
1  :..'!.. street, Sapperton. BotlJ
a: $10 each.
~Ljb. 18, Township fO; some
timber.    Price $1" p.-r acre; terms $i,uoo
Lot 11 un Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, C months at 7 per cent.
2 lots on 8th St. between Cth and
6th Ave. on east side; full -. '. 66x
132; Xos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each let. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
One and one-half storey loi
full   size  lot, situated nortl s
Royal avenue and corner of if
street;  9 rooms;  bath room,I
cold  water, closet;   n
bearig   fruit trees;   streets c.\
sides;   fine  view.    Price J'*|
casb.
Lot facing 2nd SI .   ���:wefnQa|
and 3rd Ave., second lot from(
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all oleareJ;I
alongside  ami   bai k.     Price II
half cash, balai isy al '
One lot No. 12 on Roya! Av(��J
third lot from Eighth street, .Ilj
for  sale exclusively.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located In a commmandlng
situation;   Third   avenue, at   foot  of
Fifth stree;.   Two and one half-storey
o   "    Ten rooms (recently paj i red i
All modei a convi nlences;    in :    and
old   water,   bath,   flush  closet, lava-      160 acres goo
150 acres Improved land, m
nn i sheds completi       ir '" '';';"
all under cultivation, $'5,000. I
handle thli. d m'< delay; i'i
bargain;  term.- ,r.:.       .'''-':"' I
: Ian
13 I
ti    ���   eli   trie   light;   nice   lawn;   lot
06x132, with lane In rear: part of lol
' ' oi" with fruil trees,   Prl e $2,750.
$1,500 cai b, i alance arranged.
160 acn a on the Sent' road, 15 acres
cleared;  harn 50 x 30;  stablei. etc.;
' ���'������ I soil only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balani ��� i asy,
160 acres In Surrey, 5 acres cleare],
fenced on road side, $1,800, half cash,
balance on time at 6 per cent
ject to sale of timber.
river, d��'
real - '':,t'
BU..-
aboul ;:>m miles fi
road, $13 per acre; n
Par of lol 369, jo
about.   7"  ai n s,    -<'���   ���'-''
Half cash,    .lum .
2 lots, 20, 21; Vo 20, $,70: 'N*��'i
(corner) $175. Durham :' 1
streets.
WFor the above four p��j*Hf
special price will be made to one
chaser.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
��i.  E,   WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager.
2 acres in block, corner of llth St. and Royal avenue,
invaluable for industrial site, $4,500. One half
cash, balance to be arranged.
One acre, corner of Mland and lift Sf. $2$
A GENERAL BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every  facility afforded   Farcers  for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed  or tal:en  for collection.
BANKING   BY  MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. It. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY BVENIN08, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone   333
Front Street
Telephone
J3J Luv
1307.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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tiafir ��
ADIAN     HOME-
��FReGULAT.0N8.
NOTICE.
'    given that thirty
' ���   late we intend to apply to
-' Hon   th    Chief Commissioner of
nnn. ,..       , an<3  Works  for permission to
Dominion Lands ,n the Province sf
British Columbia.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber  eighty chains and south eighty chains   plans of the derrick can be obtained
on Dominion La-.ds in the Province   t0 l'o'ut ��f commencement. 'at the Department here, at the agen-
5.    Commencing at a post 3et close   cy  of  this   Department, Victoria,    at
to  N'o.  4 stake, thence    west    eighty   the   Customs   House,  Vancouver,   and
of Br.tesii Columbia.
Tenders for License tc Cut Ti
T    d rs    ailire--ed to  the  cna'nS| south eighty chains, east eigh-   the   Customs   House,  New   Westtnin-
ty chains and north eighty chains to : ster, B. C.
Sealed
Commissioner of Dominion Lands, De
IAD
fable *
I lD Lands with-
SEALED TENDERS  i Id
Commissioner
.   away the Umber from
described lands, situate'; i,artment (,f the Ulterior, au^ niarked
'���'" Ki sumgallum valley: ou tae envelope "Tender for Timber
���".  hi���Commencing at post' Berth No. 521," will be received at this  1907.
���aads,  Planted  S.  E,  corner ahout 20 miles   Department until 12 o'clock noon on
point  of  commencement.
J. P. THOMPSON.
New  Westminster, B. C, ?.')th May.
'St
id
id
, British Colum-        ���     0��    '���      '���������
Ji!"viy '"'     ,8d v, any per- De"artmetlt ol the Interior, an i tron the mouth of North Fork of  Wednesday, the 24th day of July, 190
J* bom" ""       " ��� ed on the envelope "Tender ,       ie Kitsumgallum river   above   Kit-
lofafam y' ber BeVth No. 519," ���,���    , '"   >^   ^eace
Tenderers must furnish plans of
the boilers and engines offered, and
state the earliest possible time in
which they will agree to make the
delivery.
Separate tenders  tor the three ar-
i tbe se
ble
of <">e'I
List be    ' " I'wsonallj at
K office I      be district ln
'land iss11    "'
deris  equlred to per-
TrtdlttoM ' "mooted tbere-
, 0f the following plans:
months' residence
the land in
runnin,
chains
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of   tides, viz., engine, boiler and derrick
....                                                                            British Columbia. will   be received,   and   separate   ten-
No. 521, comprising lands  situate  in!                               . ders for the scow or tenders for all
for a license to cut timber on berth
nver IS -'''���'- of   ag6' l��   ���,, 4l)  chflins  w��s'.  80      ....
section of     l  Cma uePartmei |   .���_ ,..   ,:,,,,,;   p, ,.!iain3 east, 40 chains north,' tho province of British Columbia, to,   SEALED TENDKRS addressed to the  together.
noon on Wednesday, the 24tl    lay of   '"  chains east,  80  chains  south,  40! the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake Commissioner   of   Dominion    Lands,     An accepted cheque on a chartered
���I.il-'. 1907
chains west, 40 cbains south to point! and comprising 5 blocks, described as
on Berth No. 519, comprising   lands "' commencement. ! tollowB.
situate In the Province of British Col-      Claim Nei. 41.���Commencing at post'    Bloek x _c
umbia on the   wesl side of Chehalls Planted at the head of Kitsumgallum'
r one
;east sl
cultiva
[or three years.
ebe father I ir mother, if the
��� ,.. homestead-
. the vicinity
the   require-
Lake aud described as fo   ��� .
Timber Berth N'o. 519, comprising
th ��e portions of the foil iwing lands
which lie to the wesl ol Ch dig ;., ..
and mtslde of Tine:".:- Berth 302 Block
2, namely, Seel n 2fi y: the north
half of Sect! in 28,
Department of the Interior, and mark- , Canadian  bank equal to 20% of tho
ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim-   whole amount of the tender must ac-
ber Berth- No. 52>V will be received  company each tender.      The  chequo
omprislng that    portion  at this Department    until 12 o'clock  accompanying    the   tender   accepted
outside Timber Berth No. 44, Block 1,   noon on Wednesday, the Hist day of: will be forfeited if the party ten.Ier-
iai_t.  iiu  \\e.>f   bunk  alxiut    20 chaius
south of tbe mouth of Kitsumgallum aQd Tirnber Berth 254 Block *��� of Seo'      y' 19��7' f��r & H��enSe to ��Ut tlmber ing dedines t0 enter int0 a contract
on   Berth   No.  523,  comprising  lauds or  fails to complete    the work con-
...       WU..,��___,       lU.,.^.,       tUeiiee      1'J v��.._i       ������',        ......   i.a.l.JJ       I,       J,JUg.        -IV, ,,   C". .... IT.
obtains   '.vest,  160 chains
|_ upon
i enti
be Satisfied
ng   wi*  the
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aney,
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r 'Abe-re it enters lake, thence 40   tion  23, Township 4, Range 30, West .,,������,,,
situate in the Province of British C M-I traded  for, and each  cheque will bu
ith,    40. of    the Oth Meridian,    containing an umbia( and described as ��oUowB:        | returned immediately in case of non-
on^h3 ��r     V��l   **          ^^ ��C "' aCI'eS' m��re ��r 'eSS- Timber Bprth  Xo'  r,2;?' composing acceptance of a tender.
men(                  " ' '          ""n;; of com'       Block 2.���Bounded on the west by the north-east quarter of Section 15,      The  Department does not bind  It-
the    mth half  i(                                                            r Chehalls Creek, on the east by Timber and that portion of   the north-west self to accept the lowest or any ten-
*���"'���'���   :      tne      '               md   he     '       �� *o- 42.���Commencing at post Berth 298 Block l.and the east bound- quarter of Section 14 not covered by der.
,!"                           ': Section 34, See                  about 20 chains south of the   ary  of same produced    northerly to Timber Berth 471  (being approxlma-      Newspapers  Inserting   this   advert-
,!":l    "'��� Township  '   and  Sections  1              x^t of T. L. No, 7941, thence   Timber Berth 298    Block 2;    on tho|tely the north 36 chains)    in Town-   Isement   without  authority   from   the
:' Ih" easl hal1                    i, thenori .   '        ' as west, 160 chains south, 40   north  by Timber Berth 264  Block  2, ship 5, Range 27, West of   the    0th   Department will not be paid.
",v   ;                Section 1     Se tlon 11,  '             '-'��� 1'',) chains north to point   and 298 Block 2; and ou the south by Meridian, containing an  area  of  304                              P.  GOURDEAU,
'Uth hal   of Se   tion 12, thesouth        ommencement.                                  Timber Berth 254 Block 1, containing acres, more or less.                                          Deputy Minister of Marine and
"��� ;sl  quarter of Section  II.     ind thi       '   dm No. 43.���Commencing at post   an area of 725 acres, more or less. The berth must-be surveyed within.          Fisheries.
-' "         !  'i ;;!'    o��   s'   ,: ��n  15, in        ���    i  at tbe north west   corner of      Block 3.���Commencing at the south one year after the date of the notice Ottawa, Canada, 28th May, 1907.
Township 6,   all in Range 1, Wesl tion No. 42, thence 40 chains west,   east   corner   of   Timber   Berth  298  awarding the berth.  ~~	
by residence I tee 7th Meridian, containing an area   '60 ihains south, in chains east, 160; Block 2, thence north-easterly at right j    The regulations under which a 11-
ot 4,310 acres, more oi less.                  '    ins   north  to point of commence-   angles tothe   easterly boundary    of cense will be    issued,   also    printed,                           .  ........
i writing should      ''":1"  ierth must be surveyed wi  di   '",;''                                                    .said Berth 29S Block 2,2 miles; thence forms of tender and envelope, may be     Take notice that 1  Henry Grosi   of
the           ' ssloner of Do-   one yea               b-   ,l ite ee;' thi   n itice      Claim N'o, 41.���Commencing at post   north-westerly at right angles to last obtained at this Department or at the ��� Vancouver, B. C, timber cruiser,  in-
���             ittawa of intention   awarding   he   ierth,                                 lanted at the north west  corner of   course, 54 chains; thence south west- office of the Crown Timber Agent at j tend   tei  apply   for   a   timber   license
,- his peunan-
^ . , , ag land own-
ty of his honie-
i as   to resi-
':
:
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT.
i
The n - ilati ins under    which a 11-   '��cation No. 43, tbence 40 chains west,   erly, at right angles to last course, 2 j New Westminster, B. C.
,...j a. j:,,   ,,.,,,.  ���,,,;���    ..    (Ssued,    also    printed     '' chains south, 40 chains east, 160 j miles to easterly   boundary   of   said      Each tender  must he accompanied
and $20 for an- fo   ns of I  ade i and envelope, may be
S'ot '        than   320 acres 1 al this Department or at the
| ;-:;::���,��� 1        me Individual or office i    'lee' Crown Timber Agent at
Royal!    al the rate of t en \ ��� v Westminster, B. C
��� ton e>: . ���  i pounds sha
\   a the       - output
v.. W. CORY,
. nl3ter of the In
terlor.
_Vna i'      " l   publication i [
tlsei will not be pal 1
|l*sd registry act.
Iel.   :   :. Ii "   ;:, .
��� acc ��� ... tnie
: -  north  to point  of c immence- Berth 298 Block 2; thence south-east-   by an accepted cheque on a chartered
ment. erly along said boundary to place of   bank In favour of the Deputy of the
Claim  No.  45.���Commencing at the beginning, excluding    therefrom   any   Minister of the Interior, for the am-
-. irth west corner of location No. 44, Portion of   Timber Berth   30S, which   ount of the bonus which the applicant
thence   40   chains   west,   ICO   chains: might fall within the same, containing; is prepared to pay for a license,
south, 40 chains east, 100 chains north an area of S64 acres, more or less.           The highest or any tender not nec-
to point of commencement. Block 4.���Commencing  at    a point   essarily  accepted.
Claim No. 46.���Post planted at the on the easterly  boundary of  Timber!    Xo tender by telegraph will be en-
���   north west corner of location No. 42, Berth 302 Block 1,   5 chains   south-  tertained.
thence  SO  chains west,    120    chains easterly  from  the  north-east  corner1                        PERLEY G. KEYES,
-"���''-. 10 chal-,13 east, SO chains south, thereof;   thence south-easterly   along                                                 Secretary.
40  chains east.  40  chains  south    to said easterly boundary 80 chains.more'- Department c :      : . .���,: ��� .
. ilnt  of commencement. or less, to the    angle    In   said   east
-. an  ' i .en a chartered
In favor of   the Deputy of   their:.! -��� ���" ..' the Interior, for the am
IS Tl      '   il a '. lie ition b  -
\ iter Florence Mary
: g thi     ' ���'. ir in Fee Simple
|    S  ���  Deed fr im The C i
���   ���   Burn iby, to
: :.' a In ; date th ���
'���'. \. !>., 1902, ol ���<:.
ce 'tain   pare* '
nl an 1    remlsi s    silua
\ .������ Districl ol Ni '���������
e P   evince of Bri-
more      par iculai i;
i I as s ibdivl
n "A" of l
:- pr'';1 ired to pa; for a Hi en
'1 h ��� highesi or any tender i
atT.y
N , ;������������ ler       '  legraph w111 be e
terl   ���
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secrel ir;.
Department of the Interior.
Claim No. 47.���Post planted at the
boundary of Timber Berth 302; thence
over  the   following  described    lands,
situate  in   the Coast   District:
1���Conimencing at a post planted
at S. E. corner thereof and situate
about 2-) chains distant In a N. E. direction from the S. W. corner of surveyed lot 195, thence north 10o chains,
theuce west 40 chains, thence south
160 chains, thence east 40 chain-.
2���Commencing at a post plante I at
tbe south-east corner thereof and
about 100 chains distant In a north
direction from Uie south-west corner
of surveyed lot 495, tbence north SO
chains, thence south SO chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south SO chains
thence east si) chaius. containing 640
  i aci'es more or leas.
Re east portion  (62 4-10) acres of      3���Commencing  at   a  post   planted
Ottawa. May 3n
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Tenders for License to Cut Timoer on
Dominion Lands in the Province of 10  chains   north   of the   north   west
British Columbia. corner of T.  L. No. 7943, thence 160
.��� ;:.<  west,   i"  chains    south,    too
SEALED TENDERS iddressed to ains east,  more or less    to   river,
Commissioner   of   Dominion    Lands, thence along river to point  of com-
[> partment of the interior, and mark- mencement.
ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim- claim Nee.  49.���Posl planti I at the
ier Berth No, 518," will  be received ,.,,.,),   west   COrner    of    T,   L. 7043,
ai this    Departmenl until   12 o'clock thence 160 chains    west, -4"   chains
north west corner of location No. 41. north-easterly, at right angles to last
thence 40 chains west, ioo chains course following the boundary of said
north, 40 chains east, 160 chains Berth 302, 40 chains; thence northwesterly paralled to first course 80 tne fractional south east quarter of at the southeast corner thereof aud
chains, more or less, to correspond section 16, township 24. Whereas situate about 120 chains distant iu a
with length of first course; thence ]��'(l(,f of the loss of certificate of title mirth-westerly direction from the
south-westerly    paralled    to    second j number 1416P, issued in the name of south-west corner of surveyed lot 405,
.   Ralph  Siddale  has  been filed  in this l thence   north  80 chain.-,  thence  west
office. j SO  chains, theuce   south    80  chains,
south to point of commencement.
Claim   N'o.  4S.���Post  planted about
the   i laim ���
:.   :' ���   y - five
I Elrsl   ;';:'.li. ;
���  "��� Ise 1 shall regis-
F !ve elgh as owner
\ ������   ���  i hereby direct
I ���  y nol Ice for thlr-
i,   vspaper publlsh-
i, ....      ,     .   qu irl r ol See turn
f   " ��� in ter wi l be goo i
' ���   " tli ir sol
r ..vi Registry Office,
Province of British
i iy of April, A   D.,
n i m on Wednes lay, the 24tb daj   of
i |]     ���;,.,-, ;��� ,;��� a license to cul timber
on  H irtb  N'o.  518, comprising   lands
.���   iti  in the Pi i\ Ini e of British Colun    ��� to the wesl of Cheb tils C
. ,   . - ri ��� I   is foil ''-vs.
south,   160   chains   east,     40    chains
north to point of commencement,
Claim  No.  50.���Posl   ; lanted about
���   ch ilns west of thi north east cor-
; ner of location  No.    48,   thence    ^'
ch iins west, S i chains n irth, SO chains
i irlslns
���.-  il":':';   No.   51
i. ,i -1 :. of Section 2? ly! ���- "''!"!l
ol . . r Ber b 28 I an 1 thai po
of See tion 32 outside Timber Berth
204 an i said Berth 280, in Township
i | ... 30, Wesl of the 6th Meri lian;
ilso the north half and the - uth ' -'
20. the north half
'
c.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar
E'.'
.'��� 1 with this ii itii ������
I through or under
f ��� ms claiming  any
I
,.. ���   tin   so ith-west   quarter    Section
hall Sei tlon -    tl    nortl
ball Se ': en  ::2.    Sections 33,   IL
and those portions of Si eti ' ���- -" an
30 o itside Timber Berths 280, 201 an 1
.by In Township I, Range 1, Wes! of
th ��� 7 ii Meridian; also Sections 3,  I,
;.   ���',.. n ii th half and south-easl  i
...   g , tlon 5, Sections 7. S, the nor'-.
.,      i, i th ��� aouth-w nt qu i 'ter Se
east, 50 ciiains south to point of commeni ement.
claim No. 51.���Post plante i al tb ���
south wesl  corner of T. L. No. 7943,
the nce  160 chains  west,    40   chains
mirth,   160   chains    east.    40    chains
���    to polnl of commencement.
Claim  No.  52.���Post  pfanted about
1    chains west of the south east cor-
of  T.   L.  N i.  Ti'13.   thence   160
chains   west. 40 chains    south,    160
hains east, 40 chains north to point
of commencement.
1. icated  Ma;   3, 1907.
i. i ial n s:
WILLIAM MOODY,
FRANK VANDALL.
Agent, F, VANDALL.
course    40 chains, to    point  of com
mencement, containing an area of 320
acres, more or les.
Block 5.���Commencing at a point on
the easterly shore of Chehalis Lake.
50   chains  southerly    from   northerly
end of said lake: thence southerly jcctlon be made t0 me i:l writln
along said easterly shore of lake. 2l��
miles In direct distance, with a depth
of 67 chains on said east shore, measured at right angles to the general
bearing of said easterly shore of lake
within the block, containing an area
of 1,340 acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed With-1 der for Electric Elevator. Calgary
in one year after the date of the no- Alta., Public Building," will be rei eiv-
tice awarding the berth. ed at this office until Friday. August
The regulations under which a li- -��� 1;'""' Inclusively for the construc-
c, nse will be Issued, also printed ! tion of an electric elevator al the Cal-
"������ms .if tender and envelope, may be wry, Alta., Public Building,
obtained at this Department or at the Plans tendering are notified that
offlce of the Crown Timber Agent at tenders will not be considered unless
N'.w Westminster. B. C. signed with their actual signature
Noiice is hereby given that I shall,   thence eats "" chains, containing 040
at the expiration of one month from|a(jrea  more  or  les-.
the date of the first publication hereof,     4-^Commenclng  at a  post  planted
issue a duplicate of the said certifl-jat Ua, gouth Nve.,  mmn .,.....���,,. ,,,_,
'::!''      ���''    ''    :"'        :      ' Jb- , at the north west corner of sun.yed
lot 495, thence north SO chains, theuce
C. S. KEITH. east so chains, them., south SO chains,
District Registrar of Titles.      thence wes   SO cliains,  c taining 010
Land Registry Office. acres more < r les
New Westminster. B. C, Jul.   6, 1907
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to |
5���Commencing al a posl    planted
north-west   corner,   aijo.it   80   chains
distant In a northerly direction from
e undersigned, and endorsed!    ren-)^ ;ionL ^ (i.,.��� ,_ (... . (. m_., (n e
e':i.-.: le) ckaiu-e. thi . ������ south 160
chains, thence wi -: i cha ns, ihence
north 160 cliains, con Ug 640 acres
more or less.
HENRY GROSE.
Local eel  July   6,   L907,
Re   South   West   quarter of  Section
2S, Township 16,  N -     Westminster
Bach tender must ho accompanied      Each tender  must  be accon   anled j Dlstrlct_A11  tha1   ......   0(  ,,,.,  South
bj  an accepted cheque on a chartered   h-v an accepted cheque on a cha tered   j,:.lst Quarter of said Section lying to
bank in favour of the Deputy of the   bank'  made  livable to the order ol { Ule North ;1U, We8, 0f Lot  47. Group
tion 9, the south-easl quarter Sectii n   .
;,, the ' iU Section 16, the sou 1
i l land by virtue of  half and the uorth-wesi quarter Se -
,1(i .,;;   tion IT  the north half and sout
NOTICE.
I
insi
any
N'OTICE Is   herebj    given that 30
l'Mw.li'       -ellil    ���, Ileel   1,     1 lie'   lllilill   li'i"   ���    	
-.;":;. ���'     .'���:   , Section 18, the south half and   lays after date, we Intend to apply to
. ,., gectlon    19,   and   ihe   Hon.    Chief    Commissioner    ol
1 ���_    th ���   '.ends   and   W irks    'or    a    special
Minister of the Interior, for the am-
>unt of the bonus which the applicant Is prepared to pay for a license.
N'o lender by telegraph will be entertained. The highest or any tender
not necessarily accepted.
PERLEY O. KEYES.
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 24th, 1907.
2. and all that part of the North East
Quarter of said Section lying t i the
West ol' Lot 356, Gioup 2.
ent, whose ti''"' Is  i"':"''   ' "' ''
.:! "���':"���. rr;."::: V. , Z UFT*      ���� to��v7T:
er   trom    the   following    described
1   and   debarred   from   wesl 0
Act," sh;.l! be  east half Section
Timber Berths 2.2 au I   ��� '-���
I Um to'or in respect   In To,        i  i   Range L, West o! th-
I 7;ll  M ,.; j] m;    also   Section 12,    ���
east half Section 24, and| the south-
easl   quarter Section 25, Township ���������
West of   tho 7th Meridian,
nrea ot   13,025   acres,
NOTICE.
Take noiice that, thirty days atfer
date i Intend to make application to
the Honourable the Minister Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. 110 p.c.i
of the amount of the tend"'.', which
will be forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter Into a contract ' LAND REGISTRY ACT.
when called upon to do so. or if he j A Certificate of Indefeasble Title
fall to complete the work contracted I to the above property will be issued to
tor. if the tender be not ei ��� epl '. the | Margreta Jensen, on I ie 19th day of
cheque will be returned, August, 1907, unl< -- In the meantime
The Department does nol bind Itself a valid objection thereto Is made to
in accept the lowest or any tender.    |me in writing by a person or pers i is
claiming an estate or Interest therein,
el:u to or In respect
��� sold for taxes a.-.
��� ' Land Registry Act."
NOTICE.
lan Is, situated In the cpasl  district:
Beginning al  a  posl   planted head the Chief Commissioner of Lands an
Bj  order.
FRED. GELTNAS,
Secretary.
larimi'iit of Public Works,
Ottawa. Jul>   I.  1907.
Newspapers will not i e | al I t '.' this
h Bide of Broughton  Works for a license to cut and carry  advertisement If they Insert  if with
out authority from the Department.
or in anj | .en Ib ui if,
C.  S.  KEIT I,
District  Ri -'-.;'. r of Titi is
l.and   Regis!ry   Office,
New   Westminst r,  li.  C, July   18,
1007.
The  person or  persons   having  in
their custody or possession  the  fol-
Tal
pate
��o ('hi,
i ii    thirty days after'
to  in il: >  application to
i i������-loner of Lan ls and
��� ise to cut and c irr.
' ' ;" e.n the following   I
|<"'ili<M |a
'" .. ;':g al a post :'���:���-
R inge
containing nn
more or loss.
The berth musi be survey,..
year after the date' of the uol
..1 within
one
awarding the berth
rhii !i a
on il,
l��le cre
I Nn- I in
I then
The re pilatl m    un
ense will   be   Issued,   also pr ated
Eorms of tender and envelope, may  ��
obtained al this Department or al th.
s'.de of   Twenty-Five   offlce ���;- the Crown Tlmbe
and marked James Sharpe,| New Westminster, B. C,
then "  io chains wesl
lianTabout one mUe" east of Book":- away timber from the following des-
:,,,������,. thence north 40 chains, west cribed  lands, situated in New West-
SO  cirrus   nortii  SO chains,  east    40   minster district.
Chains   south    10    cliains,    east,    -to     1.   Commencing at  a  post  set on
,inlng   BOUth    40    chains,    east    40  I hi'south bank of Cypress creek about 	
Gains'    south   10  chains,    west   ,40  three and a half miles west from Sil-      TENDERS addressed to the under
ilens',, point of commencement. cer creek, thence north eighty chains,  signed at Ottawa, and marked on the  f,.om Thomas Graves Greg3on bo Eliz-
iLIN  LUMBER  CO., east    eighty    chains,   south    eighty envelope  "Tenders  for Scow,  Steam ftbeth McGregor.
[m-uJ chains,  and  west eighty    chains    to j Engine, Boiler and Derrick for buoy
Mav  "7   1907 !'oint of commencement. service.   British   Columbia,   or   tender
���'���'"' 2,   Commencing at a post set close   for scow alone," will be received up
FORESHORE   LEASES. to  No.   I   stake,   thedoe   north  eighty ��� to the
is hereby given that, 60 days   chains,    west    eighty    chains,    south 20th DAY  OF JULY. 1007.
mil east eighty chains   for  supplyin
THE   M'LAUGHL
Vancouver, B. C,
TENDERS   FOR   DERRICK,   8COW, lowlng Tltle Deeds relating to the said
BOILER AND  ENGINE. property are ivqu sted to deliver the
  I same to the undersigned.
Conveyance   dateu  9th   May.    1894,
A.  WHEALLER,
42 Lorne Street,
New Westminster,  B.C.,
Solicitor for Applicant
Agent at.
Notice
nd ,.. date, l  Intend  to apply to the eighty chains,
Each tender mus
,,'   '        0 chains; ihence .m.i 80   ;,, an accepted cheque c .  ���      '
' north 80 chains: thence   ,nnU lu favou.
to poin? of commence-   Minister of the Interior, tor tfceu���" | p0Bes, comprising t!
,, i i   !'mi...',.!.,'.!'., m nay tor a license
Sha
',;;,:in!'';  ,llj:i   ,",,it.f Commissioner of Lands tc point of commencement.
and delivering  at Victoria, a wooden scow and the eren-
Commencing at a post set close  tion on board of a steel derrick with
,     and Works for n lease of tho foreshore
0f the Deputy of thej^       ^ UwmUvA  ,lI1(1 mllUng   pur.   ,��� No< |  st;,iiP, thence   west   eighty hoisting engine, holler and other ac-
chn
il lendng    at     a     posl   |3 prep:"'*'1! '" pay
��� i le   south    of    James      The highesi or anj te'��'iv
1   POSI :      tbence   wasl   40   oannrllv accepted,
'
1
"ce south80 chains; thence     No tender by
telegraph will be on-
: dns;     thence   north   80 tertained.
'   west   40   cliains, to
ommencement,
JAME3 SHARPE.      Department, of the In ei
PERLEY G. KEYBS,
S^rclary.
whole of a bay,  chains,  south  forty  chains,  east, one  cessorles   according  to   specification;
the"name"of independent Bay, lumdrod and sixty chains, north forty also for supplying and delivering at
situated about two miles south of the  chains and west eighty chains to point  Victoria where directed, a double cy-
north end df Costl Island, on the east  0f commencement. Under tandem hoisting engine, winch
'.',������' of Kltlmat Arm. and about two      I,   Commencing at a post set on the  to have four hoisting drums and two
r.illwuy   bell   line,  distant   about   six winch heads, an upright steel tubular
���,ile.  norlh  of  the  north    shore   of   steam   boiler  of  80  horse  power  e*'\TtU 113,
Harrison   lake,  tlur.ice    west   eighty' paclty, and a structural steel derrick.
���,,,,!,   eighty    ch.iins,   cast     Specifications of tae machinery and
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
miles SOUth  from  Kildala  Arm.
Located April 5th, 1007.
WILLIAM   MOODY,   Locator.
'        FRANK VANDALL, Agent.
Family Trade a Specialty.
Office, eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
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FRIDAY, j.
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FIVE ACRES
Good  fruil  land, four miles from Westminster on good road, 2
��   a< es cleared; an ideal fruit and chicken ranch.
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TOO FIERY CEL1BR4TI0N
DIGS M TO FREEDOM
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PRICE $400
\:. rms $100 cash, balance $15 per month.   For sale exclusively by
W. J. KERR
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* 276-278 Columbia St. Westminster.B.C. Phone   170
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Herefs Your Chance
Three-fifths acres on the upper side of Sixth Ave.
between Moody Square and the 12th street tram
line: streets on three sides.
PRICE $1 500 ON TERMS.
This lot, long- desired by many investors, has just
come into the market. ' It has a beautiful situation, with a frontage of 99 ft. on the avenue. It
lends itself to profitable subdivision. Don't delay
if vou wish to own it.
Tacoma, July 18.���Charles 0. Mears,
who shot up the Chicago beer hall om
night near the Fourth of July, when Hi
was celebrating tin freedom of tb''
country, and who was held iu tli.' cltj
jail until the prosecuting attorney
filed an information against him. dug
his way out of jail during the latter
part of last week, ami is now at largi
, .Mears' casi was called several times
but was continued in each instance to
await the county attorney's pleasure
Monday it was called again, and Deputy Prosecuting Attorney l.ea appeared
to arraign the prisoner.
When Mears was called there was
no response. Captain Olson said tilt
man had been transferred to the county jail, but Clerk Latcham said no
such papers had been made out. Th.
case was again continued to give thi
officers a.i opportunity m investigate
Examination of the jail showed that
.Mears hail dig out aDout a dozen
bricks in the tear of the dining hall.
where thej an allowed their freedon
during tbe lay, The man mack I Is
get-away :o. \r the ventilator, and thi
rigging < :' this hid the hole from tl i
cursorj examination that is made of
the room each daj".
WHAT'S   THE   USE.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. KV IVESTMSTER
P. O. Bo*   345
'Phcne   105.
BRIGHTEN
YOUR HOME
BY USING
Hacking's   Copyrighted   Pictures   Used
by A-nerican  Magazine.
P. 1.. Hacking, the photographei
bas heen mentally repeating to himself the query which heads this article.
Last year Mr. Hacking managed to
secure some exceptionally good pictures of the fishing fleet on the
Fraser opposite Steveston. and ip
common with a practice followed by
him since he entered the photographing business, be had the picture copyrighted. A few days ago. he had the
doubtl . ..��� - :re of seeing a rep: i-
duction of one of thes-- pictures appear as th< ntispiece on a wl :���
circulated magazine published in Settle. N'o credit wa-s given to Mr.
Hacking, .'.n.i to make matters worst
tbe wrt'tina underneath the picture Informed the readers of the mazagine
that it was a view of   the    "Fishing
' fleet on Puget Sound."
The next time this kind    of thing
happens  there is going to be trouble."
, remarked Mr. Hacking to a Xews man
! ��� st< 'el..;.
BRYSOIN & SONS
Hardware. Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
i Agents   fcr   "KLEENO" "ci
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Tissue Paper
Paper Napkins
Chinese Lanterns
Fans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives
AT
J. J. MAC KAY & COS
BOOKSELLERS       STATIONERS
and XEWS DEALERS
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Robbers Boost  en  Fresco.
San  Fran isoo,  July  ;v���Xear the
[heart ��� ���:    n<     :  the busiest shopping
��� ' '���  -       tbe i itj", the _K.lice discovered a ....   ���: thieves yetserday. The
den  ��..-   found  in  the ruins    of the
Albert P   ���   Mi mortal temple, in 11
street    . .    Fill;    re, i       was    art!;
Hlle i with st        -���   ���:-   Th   tei    '���   -
v Ithin   :    -'   '.   s   tl ll'  ���'.     f th   :-. :: Is
of pedestri :.-    n  Fillm . ���   street
The   :    ���      seized   the b.- >1  in  tl ���
- -'     ��� asisting of  val
ewe! thini       Its of cloth     i I
in -        ng la   mt.   They v. ere
investlgi : : .      ��� whicl   occur
red ea the 1   ���:::.:.. in the 1
:::- store : Gordon & Co., al 15 15
Fillmor, si ��� i -.. hi:. thej ma l< thi
in isual fin : The roi ers ha ! enti ed th< store from tl street door
f thi -' ivhich is separai 11
th<    ���.     :  ���' ���   ���:.:��� ves ird
���'��� nce.
KEEP YOUR
VALUABLE
PAPERS
l.\   A
Safe Deposit
I  BOX	
IX  THE
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Interurban    Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver and    * ���-���"
:.-   ��  I]   : in   ��� ' .. f-
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City Limits Ln�����Service fi
'��� '.:.   I     li  p. m
22t Minute Ser\ ce���No transfer
1 ��� 'ween 12 and - .:r. \ 5 ar. i
SO Minute  Ser..re���During  re.
nialnder of day.  Transfer nt
Leopold Place.
tr..
Sunday   Service   half-bo
tween 8 a m. and 11
Sapperton L -ie.
15  Minute  Service fl . :.
::     '      11:'        except
1-   ���������'��� ':-..:.     '      :.:
s the service wii! be $
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between *
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balf-hourlj i
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Sunday Service   tUUI-fiourty I e- ���
tween 8.30 a :_. J
Fire - Proof Vaults
OF
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT COT, Ltd.
Paid cr Capital. S.'00.000
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
t ' Real estate agreements of
.-..'��� purchased in short notice
J British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., lid I   |
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., \n
BLAi k:f. BLOCS
F. J. HART. Manager
Aluminum
| Preserving Hetties
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc., Etc, I
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y splendid
i*i recommend them.
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These   poods   are   givmp ;���;
satisfaction,    and   we  >J
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IT'S  THE
LITTLE THINGS
fhat, forgotten, make life
miserable when camping
LIME JUICE for the thirsty
LEMONADE
TOOTH POWDER for
cleanliness
SOAP for  cleanliness
SPIRIT KETTLES for
speedily making hot water
HAIR BRUSHES
POCKET    CORKSCREWS
Etc.,  Etc.
To those who cannot swim ���Our
Water Wings will support a
person weighing 2bn ibs. as easily as
a boy of 50 lbs. By the use of them
an pet twice as much fun out
of yo .r morning dip.
See Our Windou.  For Camping
Requisitea
T. A. MUIR
THE DRUGGIST
Columbia St.
3
New Stock Patterns
- OF
Specials f or
Co
FRIDAY | SATURDi
We offer special inducements to oui i
covers, night dresses, skirts, etc. ror PriJa
Night Dresses, worth $1; Belling for 	
Night Dresses, worth $1.25; Belling for 	
While Skirts were $1.00;  youre for 	
White Skirts were- $1.25; yours for 	
Corset Covers, worth 35c;  now  	
Drawers, worth 76c; now 	
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fcrta
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Don't forget the big reductions on our whit
for there's only a limited quantity left
Fifty only, worth $1.03 and $1.50; now   	
Twenty-five, worth $1.00; now	
It will pay  " : to .-*"   th--.-!- L'.eeiiis before thi      ���      -J
W. S. COLLISTER & Cl
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
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W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELER!
We will sell tiie balance
or our stock or
TEA SET!
At 20 Per Cent. Discount
Orr Regular Prices.
ADAMS V DEAN!
JUST OPENED
AT-
MORELS
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot ��� :" lovely things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding gifts.
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Westminster
Transfer Co.
���fflce 'Phoce IW.       hutd fnone 137
Cclurr.Sia  5t.
3agsrage ce-iverei    promptly tc %qj
part of the dty.
Light and Heavy Haulins
Offi; ���Trar.  Depot
B U LLE T I N^w8^
Great Northern Railway
17.40   Spokane   and   rctc-rrt.
A .
Baptist  Ye.'i;n_: People's Jnion.
July 2 and 3, return limit Julv 10.
Tickets on saie
Tare and One-third for round trip to local
points in Washington on account of Fourth of July-
Tickets on sale July 3 and 4. return limit July 6.
%5.55 Seattle and return. Account Twenty-
third International Christian Endeavor Convention.
Tickets on sale Julv 8 and 9, return limit July 23.
Low round trip rates to all Easlc
points. Tickets on sale July 3, 4 and 5; A
8, 9 tnl 10; Sept. 11. 12 and 13; ref'urn limit
days.   St. Paul $60, Chicago (71.60, St Lo
Winnipeg |6 I. \'e\v York $107.50.
.- ��� r rates to "ther points and all information.
call on or address
rn
90
.60,
Telephone 19-1
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bid

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