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 [hite, amies
REAL ESTATE
. Columbia St
\-()U MK i, NUMBER 162
#v/
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.* TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1907.
��������� :      Hi
10CEMS PER WEEK
| SHOP POLICY     THREW CIGAR AWAV
JU OVER THE COAST   CAR BLAZED MERRILY
:.ern M< ulders Complete- G,
tBreak Strike In Seattle
[..Conditions Normal.
-N- h- - art;   . .........
ln Vi  ���       Distillery By
Blaze On Coach.
MILES OE SIDEWALKS ARE
PLANNED EOR CITY
TELEGRAPHERS STRIKE  BALLAST SAND IS
IS SOON TC   ^'0     LOADED WITH GOLD
'.ii,.
���/.
Chicago Codemen Next to Ohio *.,.  lgs Down Valuable
Be Called Out���Neill Does    Cargo   Dirt Assays $20 to
Not Know.
the Ton.
v. e have I i
ai   work
..
loulders within
. .    ..,- a ree ill
,'.:
- .i' '���.;...
We si
���   easi
���
-
ali   paid In Se-
. ���  ..
. ��� e "ii the o
ihi  ���'��������� oo . ..- fai . -
... h  ��as  . -    -
. lers and m
:... _ . ; th<
���:.  shop  will   pn
���' riet."
see  ��� tai j ol the i
ition lor thi   Pa-
.  rices in the Pi
> ���
-  ���
���
��� ���             ���   ��� ���
���
. |
m   ���
-
Growth of New Westminster Makes
Important Improvements Neces- !
sary���Large Expenditure Planned |
-Increased Population Responsible - tha
San Francisco, Julj   15.���Unless   a
emei I he Oommercia]
e is effected ton*    1 -���
g< nei al sl     ���      ay bi   de< a ���
.,1        :��� '   ;.   Bl Mloliii -in   wil     ���
Seattle, Jul; V\ hen Captain S.
W.  Brown of  the  Ohio  berthed    hin
sti amshlp al  Pii    1   ...     i'e Idaj  hi   n
ported   the   ve ibi :   as   withoul  cari
when us a matti    ol facl the Ohio waa
, ding    -  i.. ��   1 11   1 nn zed was ca
'
I   :..
.
��� n    foreg< lng   state-
��� n asked    as    t<
,    between    thi
tu    . Btricl ol
kmen in thi   :. ���   ..
|,v 1        a sti ike.   The- lea li   ��� ���
.        bavi  claimed   thai
. unable to get s
. .-; In great nun   ers,
|Morrl iced a n cord b! ���
��� 100 men had ai . ������ I
a 1 .;.��� -   ati:...   ed
|  . tu lule of in.  Si ..".-
ey an  firsl  class men in c .�����::>
��� ' Morris, "and the i
Itii Ining ��Ith us an i I ���
I ployed lies in thi
���laps u     ecedi ate ;  in  the- hist, rj
I .' there is absolutely no
pteRo '    .��� the unions,  The courts
pn ������ nti . the unions from i
I ���   ing with our men and
I reporl peaceable condi-
|j  .      s the lies-, strikr thai 1
:.>���   ���   w here conditions   ���'������ r<
e'ioli ice :es they are :iow.
-���: ��� ..-  are  surren I
��� .l-.mtarily and  returning
!"������ imbtrs.   in  Bellingham
��� return  to  work;    in
'   wenl bAck al ������'��� ���     d
��� /eral Bhops here thej
11 same thing. The mail   ��� nded quickly bi
evays done in em 01 en
������ will hereafter hold
���ill!, rs."
-   '��� 1 thai under   the   new
appn ntices could    be
��� foundiles a3 tii.  ���
lerly the unio 1    1   -
1 !��� of apprentice -  -
..-   ������     On
I
.  ��� ���,.
��� .
I been
s t a r Ve d
had been thi   '
among
.-    .. .
Sunda
���   ������
��� esti
ning en roul    to Si..':li   again.
���   .. lepai tmenl
og 1 ��� was su
il   at   evi ning b:
works,
y I . .   rei om
. ilks   thai
'���    I    111 .; 1,1 .1.
.<.; in ravoi  and am. Smith against
'���   . .    ild. .1  hnston  en:.:    lenii
'   .     .-       ....     VI     ;e
Dm lng the .ie.-. ussion of thi
���   ini     1 - ommendal h n -.   VM   Hi nli ���
In tl         ire of a  umd foi   he   1 ��� e .-��� ire laden              n               the
    tha approval  ol Ohio broughl  down gold did  aoi  de
ent Si     ������   Small av well a      e until Saturdaj when thej
individual  ���    I    semeal  of the  : ��� ��� ��� ������  unload the mmi ballast from the
.: the following   bersWp   of   the   Commercial   Tele after hold.   One of the men in
online and Gai    graphers' union throughoul thi    1   .in    an I new started to pan a con
try, ���  ���    handfulli of the sand and dSs
Tho statement  is made thai  il the elosi.ii fine particles of the       ���
national executive board   should   at- metal.
tempi lo '.  _���<   a settlement . ispl ti    makftii     u   repairs    to   Uie
inp to the Btrlkers Presldenl    Small ���         ed   plati    of  the  Ohio,   which
ti
Dropped from Balloon;  Drowned.
Kalamazpe    '������'        inly 15.���Cha
Sann,  age :  twei      years,    o|   Battle
Creel      ae d     med in Gull lake v
four-foot    sidewalk    on    Queensbovo
1  parachute     ��� p  street;   a si* wi      .     th   south  sid.
fron  hit atten.    al   alloon ascension, ol Agnes streei  from     ���   i id oi the
Small  '��� "     ���      ' ���    the       rai huti   | ri s< n< walk te: Ti    I   street; a four-
quickly, ' il Sann's bodv had
the    botl
'������ scending
he
V.:,
heard lo
���' a  boat,
1
.    -.
swim.
een lai    hi ie <  uncil Bina   i minted oul that a number ol ,  1 ���    ���   will call 1 1   thi  Chicago emploj es ai ecked at Nome on June 12, the
e : works, such as repa      to thi   G e first - 11 extension of the  coi    was shifted an fee raise the bows
,.   lers'  hill and others,  were  being  strike zone, an.: keep th  Injured plates a!'o\e the
de  a ed ownlg to thi scarcitj of IbaoT       Laboi    Commissioner    Charles    P   watei   line.    Thi   weigh!  of the roa!
Johnston, commenting on the to-   Nell! is not, il I I, expected to be   was  found  noi   sufficient  to do ihis.
imendation of  the  superintendent   abb   to acc< h much, as he   an-   and several hundred tons of sand were
ol works for the favorable considera-   nounced hi   had        ���   0 look over the  added.    The sand   was dredged  near
tion of the petition for cemenl  walks   situation foi hiniBell and bad no def-   ib-- beach at  Nome and taken oul to
on Columbia  street, stated thai    thi   initi ultimatum fri m Presldenl Robe I   the vessel ai anchor in ihe roadstead
reporl  :o the effect that only    three C. dowry of the Western   i'nion   to  Like all the dirt in the gold-mining
properly qualified persons had signed  submit, town, it contained quantities of gold,
the petition for a new walk was nol      President   Small and   the execntivi   and il w*s as a floating gold mine thai
correct     He stated thai he had look-   board officers held Ions    conferences
ed ovei   the eassessmeni  roll and had   last night, but would noi divulge the
nature of their discussion.
Oommissionei Neill made no visits
yesterday, but said he though! a settlemenl was vet possible with con-
. < si Ions on 1 oth Bidi s.
$
e big fin    : ��� was re&d
at the council  meeting bj   Aid,  Heh-
erhlch wi ������ : tmanl-
ously     Mai     of thi   n< w wallcs will
��� laid   In     itlying Ions    ol   the
��� ity in res non               ���    n sts,    thus
��� ing ��� viji ���: ���    '   : 11   fai ��� that the
etofori   unsi ttled    ortions   of   the
��� 1 1 apie :    ���.   :e- ,    ulati 1.
���  ��� :         ��� ���    mn   n h d
r:ei' la; lng 1 I ks as follows;   \
si .-:oot walk on thi   wesl sidi  ol   V;-!i
streei from Fourth ti  Pi th avi nuei . a
cone to   fool  sidi vi Ik on thi    w< st
LITTIE GREEN GOD
IS VERDANT DEVIL
-Misery,    Morbid   Madness,
���
Melancholia  And    Death
Follow Use of Absinthe.
11 1
Paris, Jul;   15. - sv ei. u
crisis i-i ��� he w Ine   1 a li
late  Insj Ii ed  a  recrudesci ace of
war again:: :���--- ol hi  In France.   Lil
tie, as a 1 uie, i 1 hi ard of French b  -
men In publli  :' la short tlnn . . ���
side   of
to   Fifth
avi nues; a four-few I  -   1 R-alk on the
��� ���' side of Tni'-e.   th   streel    from
i Thirl to Fourth .!���������    :���-.., four-fool
- ������ ������    t 1 ie Twelfl .  streel from the
��� nd 1 -   he p 1 s< nl  wi      -.. n tie.. .1
phanage to thi    ll    limits; .1
Idewa    on Twi fth -:������ 1 from Fourth
S  .   1     avenues;  a  sIn fool  side-
' .        n the north si        '1   fth avi -
n .-      ��� .. Elevi . h I    Twi Iftli   tn ets;
ewal east ��       ol   i-'Miu
I-    ��� ��� ��� ���      ���.
Ii uie��� ��� ��� e -, .. ������ .: on ee number o I other maders which have been
mi -.  01  less prominently before   the
��� ���: some- weeks. The repoi 1
had   bi en writ:, n    by Supi   ntendenl
dl . ov< : ed  ai   leasl eighl  on  the roll
who h.iel signed the petition and thi se
1 sented propertj  abutl ing on C<
lumbia streei. valued al  from $80,000
t.e $100,000.
Ud, Cray reported   verbally    that     Small said the time for talkin* hadlhigh power pumps were installed oa
Chlel Watson, of the fin  department,  ended and would not discuss tbe sit-  the Ohio,   if the cemeni coverings to
nation other than to say that hopi the platee had given way it  was the
the Ohio made the BOUthboun.I trip.
1'apt, Hrown is now sorry thai he
did not take more of the sand aboard
hia ves-el. as he was in a position bo
so in for hydraulic mining on an ex-
tenBive scale. To insure BigaJnst danger on the return voyage a couple of
recommended the acceptance of J.
Best's resignation from the service,
and tiie. appointment of J. Smith, as
bis successor.   The report was receiv-
giv.foot  ' '' i'11'1 "1(1 ^commendation    of the
li I was adopted
Acting Mayor Shiles reported    foi
the market committee   to the   effect |
a cei lain section of the ma ki I
��as in n 1 or repairs in ordi 1
:.���  -,,'e"'! ird the public,    it   was de-
' :.,,.! i'r]ia!i - ��im 1, win Involve
. ie   laying  of some  new   plank-    In j
fro il  of the mai ki 1 building,  i
be made al once.
an early settlemenl of the trouble
CLOUDS OE ASHES
KILL VEGETATION
Stafvirie,' Natives itr Kan.-
tchaltka Succored ByBark-
entine S. N. Castle.
On motion   of    Aid.    Jardine,   thp
Furness, ol the worl .��� .ment'and . I'i'i;i";    '-i'''"^'    Amendment    bylaw
'was read by Aid. Henley with his re    ,'"17   ";ls  read ,!l" BGCOnd  and  thlr*M
times,   The amendment eliminate.- thi
San Francisco, July   16.���The   out-
intention to use the pumps to clear
the forward bold of water. Tbey were
sfi-ong enough to force if out at a rate
quicker than il could come in. r'o��--
tunately this contingency did nol arise,
but Capt. Brown figures out thai he
mighl just as well have loaded up with
the golii-hearing sand and used tho
I pumps to supply pressure for a hydraulic mining plan- which could have
��� 1 1   established In th - fitter hold.
Vlthough no assa) of the Ohio's
placer has been made. Capl. Hrown,
who is a most conservative man, estimates thai the dirt would run at leasl
$1.11 to ilu' ton. wiili a cargo of 800
tons  1 for. although the Ohio's capac-
thi   commendation thai ll i'e adopted. The
1 Met polnl  taki n   ip bj the superin
tendent   was  the matti 1    of    cement
lewalks    on    Columbia  street.    He
recommended  thai   the    request     for
the National  A        a I ... of tbe  Wo-   ,
.
mi 0  , '   Fi am 1 ed   a unanin ���
ri   .    tion       r"    on   parliament    1 '
,l |erS|   w hi !.   prohtl ll   the sail     I    a    Inthe,    "tli ���
Insufflcii m to k ���     cause of misery, i . Im ���   an I di a
) . a] ^th pen 1 trl ������   .      Writing   in : ���   Matin,    M.    Cl
mdi ... state that the sei     Dupuy, one. ol  the    ex-premiers,    .i.
'    ���
I
strike in  San    Fran-
���  granting   ol    the
postponed    tor
18 1  no effect   i.i   S< .'���-
B^ST ,3 REMEMBERED.
���erc�� Nc. ��� Hall Receives Fountain
Pen on Retiring.
.   al   N'o,   !
severed h
;������   wa   thi
.' ���  teem from 11
thi   :������: irlm
:.
rhe    preseni       1
::   Roj   V 111 .
: on ���; in
.1
:. il Mr, Be     had
I 1  the di ;������������   "
nths, during
eeling  ha 1 Blwaj ���
111    nu ':.'.' I 8.     I!"
row  al   Mr.   B   I
;". ...nl hoped .hi
' ng Raid ��� thi uni-
]'---   fighters   woulil   nol
' '".is.-uit  ties forme'.1 in
Bei
I
J
|l He;,,
True 0|   .
���
1 ��� ereit.
'   In  a   few  appro-
veiling
faci     .- ���,,.
lil
\ ������"���
1 thi
partlcularlj up-
��� as resigning with
"   hall where bo many
iad heen spenl since
ares thai  all  I  ���   ��� ongresses ol
giene an I 1 riminal resi .irch ami m
ol  the in- dlcal an ,' sclent ifi.   ci le
tli s condi .'.in absinthe.    Hut  in -
of these denunciations the consumption of the "gri en    .'airy"    Inci 1
with the inmost  rapidity, and at  the
pn senl time 1 hii 1. times as much ah-
* iinl l: ! i   di unli In France as in I be
days   .ee;--'   following  the Franco-Qi
man �� ir
1.ast yei ���  the 1 noi m iua num ���-
I.SOO,  '      ��� '    absinthe    wi
JIowi ���  I'm ic . a
cosl 1    ; '    nun a day,
which, II II  had been spenl on good,
ind ��Ine, woul I have prevented the
,  , ;,-      '       ���.. - in the south   of
ince.
1 [eai      ' ixal    1    puts    no   1
whati .
��� taili rs n foi   the  Incri 1
pi ice bj    ��� Hin       ���   oi stuff. '11 ���
  iiKi.se !'���        ���. in   ������'. 1 are '���
ful of the future ��� I       unl
demanding 11 stop to a practice whli h
Is underminfn ��� ':    health of tli"
ilatlon and h 1   n ade France the mo rl
alcoholic nation
Belgium e.i ! Switzerland have Bel
the ' xample ��� ' I Idin ��� the sale of
al Inthe, and a d< I 'rmlned appeal Is
now being m.n h to - en itoi an I
deputies to   1 "    religious
and   political  squa    le    In 01 I
combal this   ��� m 1
entry ;���
His
departmenl In M 1
r-
.(.��� ' :| ���������> resign had only
|'i|"';' ml  by  force of cir-
,,;   . ���'   '"���  assured   his old
Arm  , Al"ll|i always have a
iC!l,    ���        ���   hearl for No. I hall
11   , 1   fire brigade.
n��< yel decide! as   Lo
will be, bul he In-
l holiday   before
'       :
'own    ii,. wi|, ,���
BUO-
Partmenl u .1. smith
English Savant Dead.
Lond n. July
���   ;
e coui      . .    ��� 1    . ��� 11;    r
���gall) lequat       - igne I  pel i
: I .   .    . t Pinion or the walks
1 . ���      nl    plan,   the
��� nglne     be ini ��� I    to   issue
. nd     ���   11   atlons   and    thai
I ���- calli I f<    "    loul     laj
following    rei 1 mun ndattons
'   ��� mi >!���     Thai      ���   project
: mize  Sixth    ireel   be   shelved
...    In view ��of thi   fact thai
Sixth M.ve.   bi . ,      ...    , nly  re
���    ��� : and thai lhe earl .
1 iie' sew,'I- is mu yi 1 sufficient 1\
till   !    to   ��� ���! I' !-     a    gOI   I   Job   lO      lie
���   of 1 he Btreel   ��   1   . tha     Bur
���1   ���.   munidi ���   ��� ���     ������  . ��� 1   ��� '  fui
���1 .   ��� ��� . ���         ���' ��� ���  of con
...   1
. Fourtei ntli    treel    I Twi nllelh
Btreet, along tl 0 line 1
the I wo corporatloi      thai
ive Colli           tret, I in Brunetti
treet to H I imlse I
nte I  tho cm       ti       1  which   to
��� on  l 1   of .Joseph
tnd oil . ������ ning ol
erton   thai I h
.; .       1 oa   tha
Dilrd       et I  -ei Queen's
. n ���  ������  Tl Ird   e nol   ��� int. rl   1 the
i resi re' ' Ime; that the 1 < ntion fm the
nstrnctlon of n   - n Fin 1 street.
plved an     I the pi     nl
no action he ti   en thl
f the sh   ��� u e  il ��������������� "���.: thai
of ellvi'i ting
requ    ��� , plica
���!    ',..:.' to .1 ive the w iti 1
off his lots ;ei the corner of
ind "1 birti  nth rftreel be
net .   in until the whole coun
cil has bad a chance to Inspect thfl
1 remises,
All   the   abov   recommendations
word "ward" from the bylaw and substitutes therefore the word "division
Ai the time the bylaw waa 1 assed, Ihe
city   was   divided   into  five   wards,   but
this division was later done awaj
with. The- need for m amendment
became evident aboul a month ago,
when E l Fader applied for a license
ror the Keisseii hotel The regulations
provided that, In order to Becure a
license, ei petition bearing the names
of a 1 ertain percentage of the property owners in the ward in which the
Hi u ���' would be utilized, w;is required
to be presented to Ihe board, \ very
ly slg 11 -I petition in this case,
was obtained hut as words are now a
hurst  of a  volcano on the peninsula  it-,   j? much greater, ihis is all 1 bn*
of K.-imtoitati.n  on  February  18 lasl  Capt. Brown calculates he would h��e\
threw  the  whole country into    titter t taken h.-i.l he known of the exiatanfi*
of the gold)  the returns would) have
.  a $18,000   quite a respectable Bum
darkness for more than forty-eight
hour.-, a,ul resulted in the starving of
Bcores of datives, 1 . ��� ordlng to the ol
ii.. rs of llm barkentine S. U. Castle,
which n a. he 1 porl this 1 vi ning direct
from the Okhi tsli si a
The S. N, Cn die arrive 1 In the Okhotsk iail-, in May, ami was Imine
dlately Bel upon by starving natives,
who had been struggling for exlstetci
foi weeks previously, Many of theBe
natives wei 1 on the waj across coufl��
try toward Petropaulovslti, when, al !
noontime en  Fohrunry IK. the shy be-
FISH   IS  SCARCE.
Mjoul   Ten
thing e.r the past, the
ivere not technically complied with.
Hy changing the wind to "division''
the regulations will be made workable
Mayor Ken. was absent, and lei';
id ii e wa . I el.en hy Acting M.a I'or
Shlli ���
'i ��� ������ follow I nm inli ition
with:
II. H      e Co '���!' Vani ���
elial f of Fran    Btlrsl
regulations came overcast and lava and black
Ashes began to rail. The sourde of
the appalling shower was nol known,
bul il made nighl of day, ami changed
the face of the  whole country.    The
Russian  peasants   were al   the   I	
ti ivi lling e".< 1 land through the desolate counti '��� nnd I    '    olj    mall    ij
plies of pn visions
When tin   fishermen rrom 1 I
1 1   they    [ . ind
' " ��� "'" I Lhnl when opi ling Si vi nth  . very 1 1   tarvini   n itive    livi
nl     imid        . I  li   ��� '     nm 1
el n 1    strewn   vi I
no sign ol    ���
latlon, ; nd 1   en thi       tanl  fool
were   blue I;    .-.illi    the   . 'dies   and   I ' . I
thai had 1       ... ������������! from the ���
Fishermen    Only    Secure
Sockeyes Apiece.
��� >i
The Bix or bi ven hundred od l boats
which went out Sunday night secured
about 10 fish each on an average. Th ���������
was neet as ueavj a catch as was anticipated, but the Indications are
growing favorable, .ml a good run is
look.. 1 for before the end of the
week.
The St. Muni: cannei y is being put
Into condition foi handling the largi
ipi '��� thai is expected to arrive
Manai er James Anderson Btated . 1 s
terdaj thai he expected to see a good
fun of fish this j ear. a conclusion to
which lu- waa lead by Ihe tact thai all
��� ��� ���   es bo  tai   take n  v.   1 ei *
n ill     He  thinks  thai   in   the   very
nattin  ���-' thin     Ii! n   1 hould 11   an
g     eturn
are an ihging
il   lnl '       ' . 'i-e.hei       anil
���    ��� . ���    n    ���''������������      besides   the
crafts no    In     e, for the pur
of gathei ;'i eyes from the
fish '1 men.
Sc!
TEACHERS  APPOINTED.
ool Trustees Select Suitable Pedagogues���Tenders Awarded.
I��,.,;, j,,       :,   I     ,,    :,     :           ��� '            I                       ���    ���       I ll  Pt6d    Willi     the   I'XC pt i'lll    of
11,, e,,,i',i,|. ,1 the coal l  ferring to the macadamizing
t    u   |1;,. , viauve              Columbia   stret    from   Brunette
���     .gga ���      . t to Hospital street.    In this case
 .___������ y.- light by the council thai the
0ne ���, ,,,,. 1 ���    ���         qoest of proper!   owners ihould be
llami         . ' npHed with and a rote was acoord-
portel losl       it two iken authorising Ot* oarryln
cen re   ptui   I   In Van
oimai
���, ...    ,,:,,.      , .,   ���'      . -i
1 pj   tl n lai   ��� amouni of refusi on
jjrsl       '       which an   sil ml   I
..n i|h- north   i le of Seventh avenue,
111    I'     I .'I'K'!." In     '     The    '.'       ' ,
lhal  the refuse be removed.     K'-'i .      I
thi board of works for a report, The natives  laid   1 wave of dual  fei
V ll. Moil 1.mh- applied for in rniis- upon   ih* m,   followed  by niim-  darl
Bion to open a trench on Sarnla Btreet ne a lhal continued for two days and
from t|e south side of Agnes street to nights,    Lava, nlmoel   hot,    fell    all
Ihe south side e.r Dickinson    street, aboul  them, and    there    were   such
Permision was granted with the Btlpu- showere of black ashes that their pas-
latlon  thai  the work shal 1  be done gage was stayed, and the women and
under tin- supervision of the board of children hud  Lo be hidden    lu ca
while  the men   wandered    about    in
An application for n new sidewalk search of water.   They were lucky to
on   Liverpool  street   wns receive  from   find  irrliieil  creeks and springs.    Hut
C  HMndier. who staled that his ton-  the party of natives was in dire aitralts, Ahercromb u,,-���...��� .-, ..   m;s- h
ants in thai section were complaining  and some of them had succumbed to ]>.,,���,,. of fjew Westminster, and Miss
their hardships.   In response to thefr  ,)���,,.���  D  Robson> u, A��� aIg0 or this
requi st, Captain Pederson sent off two (.j^y
boatloads of provisions. Tenders  for the contemplated   re-
, pairs to Sapperton   school    building
Bomb Explodes; Four Dead. ' were opened,    and  the contract, was
iree 1    hers were appolnti .1
to tli<  city teai bing staff at a special
1. ting of the board of school trustees, which was held in the city hall
lasi   evening.    They  were  Miss W.  Ij.
again it the condition nr the walk   H-
ferred to the board of works for b pi ���
port
A icf|iiesi that lhe city's water system be Attended to the corner of Nineteenth street and Seventh avenue-, was -
cut of the -���
To motion to save the section mac
Constantinople, July 16���A bomb ex- ��� awarded to \v. D. Purdy, the figure i.e-
received rrom  D, D,  Bourke, deputj   pj0dod |a8) ,|i,,i,, iM fm|��� 0f the sum-  ing |715,  The repairs will Include a
" "' '''' 1 1    .     1 ne re- j mer quarters of the American embassy  new r0of and a certain   amount   of
it Yeni-Keul, a suburb of this   city,   jitasterlng.
Four pi r ons  were    slightly    Injured.
()!h. rwise no damage was done.    The,
authors of the outrage have noi been
trace d
quest was referred to the water committee for a  report,
A communication was received from
\. ED. white, secretary oil the hoard or
1 e' SJtiHul 1 "ti Page Si: '
Although the hoa.nl was In session
three hours, the above, according to
the secretary, pro tern, is a full report of the meeting
I : . ���JSIWSViaSHSP*^.     *5*
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
II F course, a man who won't try
"Progress
Brand"
Clothing
is never going to know how economical good clothes really are.
Do you wear  "PROGRESS
BRAND"? n
H.   L.   de BECK
FALLICRES ESCAPES
ASSASSIN'S BULLET 1
French President Unmoved
By Attempt on His Life���
Miscreant Arrested.
! &w*'a&z*23E*2&X&2&X*^
The %
^dison j
Phonograph |
Leave \. v,   ,
a"N.W.1JJ
_f_f
Quality and  Price"
When you get supplies for thc pantry you want them
fresh.     Then when you want good
TEA   AND   COFFEE
why don't you call on the man who makes a specialty
of them, and get value for your money?
I7J_~   J_-  T P_~     M St., next to Columbian office
Edmonds lea to. Phone309
V:
STAMPED
LINENS
Ladies Blouses and Hats.
Also Centres, Doileys, etc.,
for Eylet and Shadow
Embroidery.
���THE
WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia St.
Paris. July 15.���The national fete
yesterday was marred by an attempt
on iho life Of President Fallieres by
Leon .Maille, a naval reservist of
Havre, who, it is believed, 'is suffering from the mania of persecution.
Maille fired two shots al the president, but di I not bit him. The as-
assin was at once placed under arrest.
On account  of  the  activity  of  the
anti-militarists who tried to organize
i a  demonstration  againsi    the    army
throughout   France,  exceptional   precautions were taken to safeguard t:ie'Je��j
I president    The attempt on  his    life
1 was made on the Avenue Des Champs
j Blysees, while the president  was re-
I   turning  bo   the   palace    from  /Lbng
Champs, where he had  reviewed the
garrison of Paris in  the  presence of
twenty-five thousand enthusiasts.
Premier Clementeau and M. Lanes,
the president's secretary, were'    with
the presldenl in his ladau, which was
escorted by a squadron of cuirassiers.
The carriage had safely emerge I from
the Hois Dc Boulogne, where the antl-
tnilitarists had stationed    themselves
with  the  intention    of    shooting the
soldiers, .and was descending the broad
champs Elysees among the acclama-
: tions of the crowds thronging the side-
j walks, who were shouting   "Vive Fal-
I lieres,"  "Vive  1'armee,"  when  Maille
' fired  two shots point  blank al    the
president, in quick succession.
As by a  miracle no one was hurt.
'. President   Fallieres  was cool and  col-
! Iectetl when the cortege stopped.   Tin
diplomats who    were    following    the
president's landau alighted from theii
carriages  and  hurried   to    his    side.
Finding that nobody had been injured,
j the presldenl  ordered the' cortege to
! move on.
fn the meantime two policemen seized .Maille, who made no resistance, but
the police, with difficulty prevented
the infuriated crowd from lynchingthe
prisoner, until a cordon of reserve s
came up and conducte I him to the
station.
Some of the witnesses of the shooting said that .Maille fired In the air
It is believed that the man participated in the recent seamen's strike, and
then his mind has been unhinged by
fancied grievances. There is no re isor.
i to suspec) a plot, as Maille only arrived here from Rouen Saturday night. I
Maille appeared before an examining !
magistrate last night, but the authorities succeeded only In extracting from i
him  a   rambling statemenl   of family i
persecution   directed   agaisl   him.    It j
was in order to draw public attention '
io   his  grievances,   he.   sail,   thai   he
fired the shots.    The prisoner terml
nated  the examination  by evidencin,
his  intention   to  give  no  further ex
plan.-nions  as  he  believed    tbal    th
magistrate would do nothing (e> rem
edy liis wrongs.
C.P.R.
I ���'".'ive X. ty. v
Leave Sea;;:,.
C.P.R
15.40
"
BRANca
11 's""��en_
i- ., ,.    lo-5l
1U|
N'. W.
REALISM
LOOKING FO
THE BAND
Like the little child
round, this boy, fascinated
all comes from.
who  wanted   to  see.'  the   wheels  go
by the music, wants to see   where-   it
RECORDS
Over 6,000 different songs,   instrumental
pieces,  solos,  etc.,  etc., to choose from.
| J. H. TODD,  -
NEW  WESTMINSFEH'S
MUSIC   HOUSE
Agent for tiie loiininn, Norillieimer and New Scale Williams Pianos
Singer and Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines
;���;
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' lU>*>. led.)  l,Jf
;���    ���   ,     ' l'.l).
ll-��. 16.40.
Arrive X. ty
GREAT NORI
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Lv. N.W.4.35n.n.   . r'B8e��tle4 '
"��� 8eattin'N_
p.m.
V., ty.
Lv. N. W. 2
BKj
m
Y.
P. m, anfffi^
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a m     **
Lv. N. ty. 9:35 ^HOR
2.20 p.m. ' K G%|
Lv. Guichon, 2; 40 n
S:45 p m. and 6 p. ai.
Mondays onlv
B.C   ELECTA-
Lv. New Westmlnnto. ... ���
and 8 a. m.( and
after till 11 p. m.
,     Lv.  Vancouver  for
tame hours.
�����: ��.m.l
Westminster 5.50, i^
.67er'"���������*��� J
^'estm'nj.^..
Fraser River and Gulf
L'P RIVER
Heaver���
From X. ty. Me r. v.,,i ty, .
From Chwk. Tu   Th   ni,A
Ramona��� ' SdL '"
From X. W. Tu., Th
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Pr
Sat s iai
DOWN Riv
Transfer���
From X.W. dail;   ���
Add. trip, Monday, :, a._n
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. {
:r
Sunday j��
Mail Service
R   rain
i. in.:
*'ia Hunting
Adams' Celebrated Truss  Rod
lso Studebaker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, Farm Trucks,&c.
Agents for the J. J. Chase Threshing Machinery.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
i:
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A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
! B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
\        VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
I Manufacturers ar.d Dealers in All Kinds ot
|  Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
��� Interior Finish,    1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Terrible Death in Calcjary.
Calgary, Alia.. July 15.���The wife
of I-:, ii. Hall, one of Calgary's leading
citizens, mei a terri'ble death Saturday night, Hall has a gasoline engine in his cellar to pump water from
ei well. .Mrs. I [all saw I he g isolin ���
e scaping &atui day evening, and trie I
to stop ii, when it blew up. lie r
seven-year-oKl daughter rushed her
i ei.eni sister oul eef the house and alarmed the neighbors, Three men ma le
a heroic rescue in getting tlje woman i
out, having to form a living chain and
era wl across the kitchen floor to
avoid suffocal Ing In the smoke. and
guided only by her voice, cryin \ ' F< r
God's sake, kill me." Thej g il hi r
out unconsch us, bul sue died afti r
si ven hours of i irrlble agoay.
(Maple J.eaf
 I    Label)
Is ftp.Mnp, in favor every day.    Our output last year was double the
preceumg one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO
BBBUUSBEaEOBS
SEALED   TEXDERS   a I in ssi 1   i.e
i he und i - 31   d, and    n loi s   I "'!'��� n
LAND REGISTRY ACT. ,
  der   for   Electric   Elevator,   Calgary,
Re eass. doi  lon   (62   1-10)  acres of Alia,, Public Building." will bi   reci
the  fractional south east   quarter of ed at this offlce unl I Friday, August
section    16,    township    24.   Whereas! 2,   1907, inclusivel.   :  r the con
proof of the loss of certificate of title tion ol'an electric elevator it I     C'al
number 1416F, issued in the name of gary, Alia.. Publl    Building.
Ralph Slddale has been filed  In this      Plans   tendering   are   notified   :  al
office. tenders will n<ei  be 1 insiden 1 unless
N'otice is hereby given thai  I shall, signed with their actu  I signatures.
at  the expiration  af one month from      Each tender  musl    e ace ni     ..   I
tie., date of the firsl publication here if, bj an acci pti d cl ��� . ie 0 . a c
Issue a duplicate of the said certifl- bank,  made   payable  toll
Icate, unie-.-- in th - meantime \ ill I ob- the H01 1
Dispatched by C   P
a.  111.;  ele ise   11
Sumas and Seattle
daily.
Millsi le  No,   i, except a
day;   Sapperton   N'o,       .       ..j
Sunday;  Calgarj
2 (first mall C.P.R. ���    I     1yj
from  the  above
8:15 p. in
Dispatch .1  :..-   B. C, Eli       n
Co., 7: I", a.  in.:
Vancouver,  N'o,   I
d 1;. s.   Return mall . : l _
ilispatched ... U.N.H
Cloverdale,    N'lcoi     '   P
Haze-line re,   Hall     P
Seattle (all points In fl
south,   also    all in eifl
states),  dally  exi e;    S
mails  ri-i elved al
('. 13 ton,   Te;. ida;
Tynehead,     We'.:. nd  -I
laj s.    Rei :: n ma
and FridayB,
Dispatched by i:. C
10:30 a. in.:
Vancouver  N 1.  '.
Central   Park,   dail;
Return mail receive 1   ii -' 1
I lispatched by carrier,
Easl   Bui:....!.
Ri turn malls rei eh   I
Dispatched by carrier 12: "' c ���'
Timl erlan 1.  1 :��� ' 1
Return mails   reci Ived
'���'    ��� iys.
Disp itched by ('. P.R.
and  1:30 p. m. 1
Ladner,    We
Guichon,    Steveston,
excepl  Sunday.    Return 1
ed from 9 a. m. to 11
Woodward's,    Wedm
mall on Wednesdays a
Dispatched  by   B.C.   1
3:30 p. in.:
Vancouver, Xo, 3;  v.. 1
daily   except   Sun '.:-.. .    >'������'���
re iel ved at n p. m.
Burnaby    lake.     Re
2 p. m,
Dispatched by G.X. Fyl
To southern    points,   iis
Sunday.    Return mail  II
Dispatched by C.P.R. I
S
ti   in
I     '���'���
wrltii
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.   E.  WALKER,  President ALEX.   LAIRD,   General  .Manager,
A GENERAL BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Trouble Over Lid.
1 loqulam, July I "e.���The- ||d w .it on
with a vengeance al midnight for the
first time in the hi3tory of Hoqulam.
Evi rythlng dol exempt under the law -
was closed. A large crowd ma l ��� a
demonstration on Main streel yesterday. Officer demos lost liis bead wh .1
a crowd poked fun .ai him. A bottle
of beer offered him was knocked to
the sidewalk by Jones, who later drew
his revolver. Councilman Richardsoh
and Marshal McKenney appeared and
relieved the situation.
jcctlon   " ��������� ide to ms n
C. S.  KEITH.
Districl Registr ir of Tltl
hand  Regisl      ��� iffioe.
New Wesl nin     r, !'.. ('.. Jul
ti 3l
i;ee
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every  facility  afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING  BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON', Manager
OPEN'   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,       I
Hamilton, Toronto, * iV i*
Montreal, Quebec,
Worl. 1, equal to tei   ier cent. (10 p.
of  ihe- am unl     'I I     ten lei.   .
will be forfel ed If I he ; art;   ten .
in % dei lln    to eater  Into a  coi
when called  upon  to   lo so, or II
fail to complete the work contracted
for.   If the te'ii ler be nol accepted the
cheque will be returned.
The Deparl menl does nol bind 11 sell
to accept the lowesl or any ten i i\
By order,
FRED. GELIXAS,
Secretary.
Departiur.nt of Public Works,
Ottawa, duly  I,   1907.
Xews pa jeers will not be paid for this
tmenl If they  Insert  it withoul authority from tlje Department.
Portland, Boston,) J* MEN LEY
ni.:  mall i loses al
I lalgary and Vani ouvi
P.   it.  east,  second   :.: ll   ���  ''���''' ;r
received  al   10:33  ee.
Sapperton,  N i,  2;    '
Coquitlam, dally exi ei
turn mall receive I at 1
Northern
fflc
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dii^V
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED
Electric-lighted train.   LowJ��"L
QuickTime. En      -lt-,n
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St.    1
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC an.i the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK an.i i
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls, i
For Time Tables, etc., aei.be;.--.
GEO.  W. VAOX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, III.
Manufacturer of
AND ALL POINTS KA.
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Trl.  113. Office,  Eighth  Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Steamshir Tickets on sale to i"1 '1
pean points.
Special    Reduced   Rates   ^"^^
Rates   to   Southern   Cili"*'"1
��� wri"
���'or full informtion cull on or v ������
0. E. LANG, GeneralAjrw'nJ
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver,
A. D. 0HAM/T0*  I iy, JULY 16,
1907.
���  ���
���  ���
a, * ���*b:*b:*br*"-*2-*  *  *  *
THE   DAILY   X h \Y S_
��� ���
SAN IT
TOILET REQUISITES
x Tl WOMEN'S CONVENTION
L *    READY FOR BUSINESS
AT
���l^^iVVSll&ttVmiSSiW,^
RYALL'S DRUG STORE l
at Gathering of Ladies
of Light and Leading In
Vancouver.
DEPARTMENT OF  PUBLIC WORKS.
CANADA.
+���	
TENDERS FOR COAL.
��� ���
��� ���
��    *   ���   ���   ���   ���   ******   4   ^
****-*  ���.;-������:���
$15
9 Win
or���$10
Sealed t. aders, addressi .| to tho undersigned and endorsed "Tenders I'm
I'.   I,'  '.>.;. be received at tin- it.'sieicnt
i      ;ee-e ��� v  Office, New Westminstei
up to iieenn of Wednesday, the 24th instant, !..:  Hie' supply of coal required
:     thi   ise of the Snag Boai   'Sanis.m"
and Dredge "King Edward" duringthe
current fiscal year ending ::i*t March.
1908.
'll. coal musl be a British Columbia
thorn    much  Pr0    ���    if approved quality, lump, and
���  is discussion as to whether the  delivered in such quantities as may hi
..  enough   required.    Coal   for the    Snap    Boai
I ��� a the- Van-
��� e.i worn, a decided
i .       ...   .    onal Coun-
���    -. '       ��� ; :      h<e! !   it-
in a this city,
a cou rag. ting, : ad tin- n--
:
,\SltRBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne.
;:   TWO   PRIZES     First, g
t Leaf eef bread exhib I ed ..-   :   ��� ;
... Exhibition, made �� th their
IMPERIAL    FLOUR
ntrance fee needed   al   thai     neci
aide with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
IMPERIAL
s thai the
McQUARRIE & CO,
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FROM STREET. Ne.v Westminster. Telephone 333.
,��>;>:>;>��;>������������zt. ��xw_��>>_t>xw>>>>j>>>>>>x
ear such rruii     rhe i ven
ever, seems t. to jirstftj
sagacii enterprise    ��bich
��� ' Ind  ���  - n  thai   was
the.t  time
if     oked-l      :     ' . -       Ivi
I eve :   ��� ie
S this II      .   :..   w V D  ,e   gl ,.������ eel  ai
- phi ��� . Icome, flov
and s in ��� ..  around
���   open   loors     nd  th.   .. b riors  ol
��� a. ���    ���      with St.
1 ��� ������     ������ . ::.    whicl       ...���   been
ed al '     cou icll,
'. hich will    ���   th.   :.-...   of most
meetings this rhis mom-
���   ������.      e for greetings, eongrat-
���;������-   i    . and gen-
eparal siness and
leasun   ol   ....    ... fhe    , isittng
���    gates  wer.   ��� ud ... aises ol
..   cou ver, in which thi  ; i licj of thi
"Samson" ie to be delivered and stored
in shed mi the Governmenl wharf,
New Westminster. Coal for the
Dredge "King Edward" is to he- de-
liven i alongside the dredge al New
v. estminster, on scows furnished by
��� Depai tm. ni of Public Works, the
toy Ing ; i be done I the contract! r.
The lowi st ... anj t< nder will not
m  i ssai Ij be accepted.
G. A   KEEFER,
Ri sident Engineer.
Resid. ai  Engineer's Offi
N. w Westminster, B. C,
10th July, 1907.
Tende-s   for   License   to   Cut   Timber
cn  Dominion  Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS   addressed    to
Comlssioner of Dominion  I.an,Is,
y- \ artmenl of the Interior, and mark-
���   '���      ���-   een s pitably act-   ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim-
BRIGHT   DAYS
. SHOW   UP   THE    BARE   SPOTS
 seejour new lines of   FURNITURE.       The best of
the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,  anel
the most reasonable of price-.
.���
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VV. E. FALES,
EURINITURE    EMPORIUM
116and 718 Columtia St.      Four  Floors.      Rear Extension,  Front St.
k<ffftZa:a"aZK*2*'*>'X*Z*X*'X
mingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
:  :: on,   Thi yi so s] iki. oJ I ie rest-
���    effect of a qu   . .-   ....   after their
long  journey   across   the   plains  and
igh the mountains.
A  glanc.   ..- i ml ling crowd
; . .-   .   nijieised
ol  v ome . .     an 1 li adlng" aijel
scraps ol conversation gathered i:i cor-
loorways   showed thai thej
wen   .,11 . rganlzej bodj  that is intent
ou business.   Lady  Edgar, the  presi-
. nl    was   seen   confi 11 Ing   with   various , fflcers eel' the- en iir |], and Miss
Edgi .     n sidi nt  of  the  li   i I  ci uncil,
was   in   much  request   . id  evidently
, |ual to th.  n sponsil ilities ol the- oc-
c isb a.  while   a  :, adlng  part    In thi
..-���:���   arrangements    was    also
taken by Mrs. McLagan and other we'll
known women. Each streel  ear stop-
Ing   ..-   the  corner of Gi ee gia    and
ii . Berth No. 222." will I e recelv. d b
this Departmenl until 12 o'clock noon
on Wi inesday, the 2Sth day of August
1907, for a license i��' cul timber on
Berth No. 525, comprising lan.is situ-
ati In the Province of British Columbia, anei described as follows:
Timher Berth N'i'. 525, comprising
ii. North hair of section 29, West of
Mara Lake, the North half of section
29, an.) all section 32 in Township 20,
Range S, West of the 6th meridian,
containing an area of 185 square miles
e 01  h ss.
The berth must be surveyed within
year after the date of (he notice
awarding the  berth.
The regulations under which a ii-
.. use will be issued, als. printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at tins Departmenl or .at the
Another
Hot Spell
of Bargains at Lees
c
Furniture Emporium
,; an\    i ight  Its ,, itingent, and office oi the Crown Timber Agenl at
the ;���   ... re e: fi h  carriages em,! au; i- x,.\V Westminster, B. C.
mobiles. lCaeli  tender  must  he  accompanied
verj  much alert and by an accepted check on a chartered
"P-to      e, and its business is    well bank  In  favor of the Deputy of the
arranged.    The  committee    meetings Minister   if the Interior, tor the am-
���   beld In the convenient school 0unt   ol   the bonus  which  the appll-
���  ���   church, the' general ses- <;m; |s , n pared to pay for a licenu i.
', "- In the church it-- If.   Ten min-      The    highest   or any    ion.let-    nol
wili   b.   allowe t   I      the  movei necessarilj  accepted
No i' ider by telegraph will be i n
lhe Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED LSI".
CAPITAL $14,-100.000.00
RESERVE ...   ...   ...   ...   '.'.        $11,000,000.00
Ranches ::.:. ighout Canada and Newfoundland, and  In   London,  England,
Ne*   ,    ... Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
Ban :!ng Business Transacted.
|et^rs of credit Ibe ied, available witl. correspondents in all oarta of the
I    w
[avlnB�� B -., Department     Deposits re eived In sains of $1 and upwards,
���-       presi a::.ewe,! at 3 per cent, per annum (present rale) added
four t ���. ro a yeo-,
P al Assets   ever $168,000,000 "0.
STMINSTER BRANCH '������ D.  BRYMNER, Manager
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ich res lution; live minuti s to I he
id. ���    and    thn e  minutes  for all
eal;ers except  ' he    ni >v< r   if
.. ,   -i Inn nt,  who is  to have  five
iuti        \ tlmek. epei   v. III st rike a
...     n the allot ted I Im.   ba -   lai
1,    '   |   . .- ���. mai ne ' ting will be held
.- li morning a! D.30 o'. lock, and busl-
ne s j \> HI | egin al   lu o'clo. k,
Tell of the Woods.
Vancouver." July  15.���Two fatal ac-
. il    occurred in the woods uji the
las   wi ��� k, the bodies ot 'lie victims   ��� in", brought to Vancouvei    e
,,   by   the  sti amoi   Q i.. n    Cltj
:-.���    i   Porstl   wns   Insta ::i.   kill   I   til
.. :    . a    i amii al Gilbert      md.   11
���   :, tbe   llm '        Ft  ' ���!': i
11        .\ Inquest held ihis m rning al
., ,.   - iking parlors    ol    Mes rs,
i , ���;-.    fi  : unn i re ullted In a verdli I
0   le.nth   with   no   me  to
��� |an ���-.    Another a. cideal  cl      ������ nn
��� ..;;-, ���  nature, the il    eased bi
i [ailing tn i, -   cut '
:. ���   i.     bay.     Tho   \li llm    �� i
I. -. S'ylun.l
Phone 101
ICHENBACH
LIMITED.
Hotel Arrivals.
Guichon   George   L.  I!', lng,  C,   E,
-   c .   ,\ honnock;   W,   Hill,   Vancou
.;. vv, Chllvei and wife, Vancou
.  i :   T   Muffor I anl    wife;    !.:.n ;li )
,' alrie,
.. In i   .:    Mrs, I-'. W. IM Id, H ni'  .
: :,  .i. Rucker, D, McQIlllvra:.
Douglas,   D,   M,    McDuff,    D,    V,
,V< ��� minstei; ChilHwai le -- irvi y
Fred  Mori Is m,  Hani din, New ,
v. | an ';   Jabez  il.  .Johnston,   Mlle-
".-, Sask.
Col mial   C. C, Sexsmlth,    Alluvia; ;
.. O, Horn nes, Vancouver;    S. j
���j m, Kamloops.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
fbr rom Ntxr order of heat
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nn 11,    July    15.    \    new    Idea,
.   : i start n go it farm for milk
.... . onceived   bj    Miss   Mary
 w hi mes ti adei In the west-
.: the country, is being ap*
: b:  the author, and as the result
an industry has sprung up In the Co-
bia Flat country, west of Oonaell.
i;  -   Bruce  was    in    Coniiel]    last
,     k a.e.i  from her ir was learned of
],, ��� plans,   There are three members
,; present in the herd, but this nmii-
Kju be Increased as rapidly   a
ij able ones can be obtained.   The
-.,. ad eef litis family of three   is   a
Spanish   maltose   goat   and   the   two
,  ..,��� s   are  Malta  mill;  goats,    im-
tertadned.
PERLEY G, KEYES,
Secretary.
Dep irtni. nt of the Interl ir,
Ottawa, June 29th, 1907.
Ten for License !..   "���!.'! Tl   "���*
: --or. Lands in Ine Pn'j.r-zn ������
,-: Columbia.
SKAI.K' 'H.NDERS addressed !.:> the
Commisfc; :i of Dominion Lands
Department ui the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No. 524," will be received
at this Department until 12 o'clock
neon on Wednesday, the "Isi day of
August. 1907, for a license to cul timber mi Berth No.524, comprising lands
situate In the Province nf British Columbia, and described ns follows:
Timbei Berth No, 524, comprising
Legal Subdivision 11 of Section 12,
Township 6, Range V. Wesi of the Tth
Meridian, containing an area of 10
ii re i, more or less,
Th" berth musl be survey.',i will In
��� in' yeai aft.-r the dale of the notii e
awarding the berth.
The regul Mens under which a II-
e i use will be issuedj also pi Inl ;
forms of lender and envelope, may bi
obtained al this Department or al the
offlce of the Crown Timber Agenl at
Now Westminster, n. C.
Each tender musl be accomp inle'
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
haul; in favour nf the Deputy of the
Minister of the interior, for the amouni nf the bonus whit h the appll ta i
Is prepared to pa;,  (or a license, *
The highest or any tender not nee
essarily accepted,
No tender by telegraph will lie enti rtained.
PERLS? G. KEYES,
Seen 'ary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottnwn, June 2r.tb. 1907.
Big Two Days Sale
Tuesday and Wednesday, July 16-17.
READ ON:
GOO yards best English Oilcloth, 2 yards wide, slightly I
damaged in transit across the ocean. Regular
40c, 35c and 30c per yard values, and all to be
cleared out at the phenomenally low price of
1 7c pcr yd. This is the biggest bargain
ever. First come will get the choicest pick in
patterns and quality.
Another Hot One
30 pairs Cable Net Curtains, 3 1-2 yards long, 52
inches wide, in beautiful scroll designs, will wear
and wash well. Regular $2.25 per pair. Pay
Day price $1.50 Pair
40 pieces odd lengths of Brussels, Tapestry and
Wool Carpets,' regular $1.60, $1.40 and $1 yard.
Bargain price, 90c, 70c and 50c per yard.
Large quantity Matting Remnants. These are good
serviceable lengths in best Japanese linen wraps
worth 50c, 40c and 35c per yard. All to go at
22c per yard.
Last and not least���a large quantity of Window
Shades in all colors and sizes. To be cleared out
at any old price as they are shop worn, but still
good. You all know the regular price well,
they're going for 50c, 40c, 30c and 25c each.
JOHN A. LEES
Furniture Emporium     f
Dupont Block. Columbia Street, New Westminster,
Phone   73^
omaBSiw:i^Jcmasms3m-wamiw^.*'Z't
"tMKwrag tm immi���9immi'smwr
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHENJ ViH'   BANK  WITH
-.=    <Jhe  ____,
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER    45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and |iay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F.  B. LYLE,   Manager.
^Ve will sell tne balance
or our stock of
TEA SETS
ported for use a ��� family milk goats.
That success will'crown her efforts,
Miss Bruce is very sanguine, for she
Bays they will thrive on the native
grasses and wild reus, both of which
are plentiful an l nourishing,
The experiment, if such it can be
called, will be anxiously watched by
an Intel        I :���
At 20 Per Cent. .'Discount
Off Regular Prices.
ADAMS & DEANS ',
THE   DAILY   NEWS
THE DAILY NEwS
Publish^ by ihe Daily News Pub-
3liing   Company   Limited,   at   their
..dices,   corner   of   Sixth   an.l   Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
WINDSOR SALT is ���
Canadian salt ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity of imported
salts. Insiit on having WINDSOR
SALT. 195 w
of it. Twelve men will ciirrj' the coffin to the street, and as there is not
: ;i hearse large enough, it will be conveyed   to   the   cemetery   in   n   wag %-.
' Mrs. MoMahon weighed nearly 5 '0
pounds,
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,   10 the action of those, who have oourtec
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o fjne ;,���,|   imprisonment  in  the  cause I States  lighthouse tender
per  line   for , ,_,	
the   inch.      Five   cents
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let. etc
has evidently done a good deal to
break down the last barrier, which is
.simply the inert mass of old "use and
wont" prejudice.
A Victoria paper says that the Hon.
Mr.  McBride possesses the    qualities
._ ._ ��� ���, one cent  required to rpialifv a man for the pre
jer   word.      Xo  advertisement  taken   _,,.     ,.      ,. ,, ���,.
miership ol Canada, m greater meeis-
for
less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES"
Day  Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
ure thean an.v other man in public life
I in the Dominion.    This, hi whichever
^3_L_3_,-C-
TUESDAY,  JULY   16,  1907.
waj one regards it, whether as an in
,i���.. .��� .,, .... '" '"   e inui.e   any   report
aex to the qualities aece3sarv for the     . ,   ,
,.������:..,. ,     c "    ���   "-"  rlle- schooners be ong n
position or as ,-m estimate of Canada's
public men, strikes us as the hardest
'lling then   has  been  said of the  Dominion in recent times.
Japanese Schooners Captured.
Sitka,    Alaska.    July    15.���United
Armara arrived at Sitka July 14 from Bering se.u
and Unalaska.
Capt. Werlick reports that the revenue cutter Manning Seized iwo Japanese sealing schooners and towed
them to Dutch Harbor lo await instructions from  Washington.
They   were  wared    to    leave,    but
would   not  do   so anil     were    oaught
| within the three-mile limit.
Commander    Werlick    refuse 1     to
i make  any  report    on     the    sealing
to i lie Japanese,
hut word leaked oui  from soim
on hoard. .   .
I they shall pa3S ou the right Bide; that
i i;i incorporated cities and  towns,    he
speed limil shall he ten tulles an hour
'and in countrj  districts, fifteen miles
an hour.
W. J. M. in: ish of f'orl Langley \\ is
in tlr- eti; iJay on business in connection with the Langley Agricultural.
Society, li,- reports that tiie crops
botli fruit ami cereal are i.i spiendi i
condition throughout the municipality
of Langley. According to Mr.McIntosh
the Langley people are preparing * i
carrj off the first prize for the dis-
trict exhibll at the provincl-.il exhi ��� i -
tion this year.
Rifles  Not Suitable.
The members of the New Westminster   Rifle   association   are   anxiously
I awaiting  the  outcome of  the   dispute
'Die   between   the   militia   .le;.artment   and
at    the the executive of tin- association: with
meeting covereei  a lot   of ground  and   respect  to whal  ?:::i shall
conveyed ;i good deal eif information,  the local marksmen.
was  scientific  Information���or  ago.  seventeen   Ros
OF VARIED  INTEREST.
The'   press   report    of    the    annual
meeting nf the Victoria board of trade
is quite an interesi ins document,
speeches and   reports  niadt
Stoessel Disobeyed Orders.
St. Petersburg, July 15.���The indictment issued againsi Lieutenant General Stoessel, the defender of Port
Arthur, which has just been made
public    charges    him,    anions    other
William Hanford, of Delta, was yesterday sentenced to serve one month
in Hie provincial jail, bj Judge Cans',
of Vancouver, who convicted him of
having stolen a bicycle' from Dave
Ellis, of Delt i. Hanford was sent up
for trial by W. II. Ladner, .1. P. .-.vl-
men. j dence was produced to show that Hanford admitted, prior to his -.irrest. that
he bad taken the wheel, anl -hi.- evidence was not disputed bj the accused al the hearing yesterday.
Can You Beat This?
A six-room modern House, in good rei
a lot 55x165 feet,  all in fruit trees
block from city  car,   on   Fourth   AvenTe
Price   $1,800
Half cash,
balance easv tei
'ms.
There
nt   least   informali
ion    as  to
scientific investigation of our fisheries
���in  the- speeches of Prof.  Prince ad
Prof, Wright; there was statistical information an.I political information in
the speech of lion.  Mr, Tatlow;   ami
then- was commercial information and
psychological information  in the annual report of the officers.    It is the
political and psychological items which
most attract, our notice at the moment.
True,   the-  commercial   and   statistical
Information is very Important.   Without  such  tabulated   tads and   figures
we an- aware from the evidence presented  day  by  day  io our eyes  and
ear.-, that the province' is growing very
rapidly  in population and  in  realized
wealth; hut it is well to have the tabulated   figures  also.
But  tiie  revelations
coming celved here  from
Fr laer
scaped
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Hit. _.__.....,.,.,._ ..���      _.. , ^   ,. I ueuuj sue. nes right arm mixed un i".
About two weeks L^" f  P��n  ArthU1' t0  LleU" I WO.llJ   have   hee,.   .!,,.���   ,���   .
rifles   were   re-I (���"neral Smirnoff an.l quit th.
be
mj.   uuuui   in
things, with disregarding the order of I Gently gol  hi
the commander-in-chief to hand ove
his command at Port Arthur to Lieu
\  Hindu employed In  the
Rl .���    6 iw   mills    narrowly
death yesterday morning while
'ng  aboul   the  machinery.    Hi
Hale &  Lane,
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPER^
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
Phone   335 ,,   _
Col.    Holmes,    of
Victoria,   who  stated   thai   the   arms
had   l.een   issued   In accordance   with
instructions  from  the militia department at Ottawa.   The members of th*
executive refused to receive the guns
on  the ground that  they    had    been
show to be dangerouB, and they were
I accordingly returned to Victoria.   Col.
Holmes has   since   written   to Secretary Xelson, of Hie association, commenting on  the  impertinence of his
executive in returning the guns.   The
colonel has also written the minister
of militia,  acquainting him  with  the
action of lhe New Westminster marks-j
men and asking his advice with regard
to  what  step  should be  taken  under!
the circumstances.
army.
I
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEK'S.
The trouble over the seizure by 'he-
Provincial government of a large consignment of logs belonging   to Seel ij
[& Hillyard In the vicinity of Blaine is
j still  unsettled,   although   the  sum   of
$1,000  was  paid   Into    the    provincial
treasury  last   week    to    satisfy    (he
claims of the  government     resulting
from   the  timber  having  been cut  on
provincial lands.   Provincial Constable
Deane is still on the ground watching
a quantity of logs on which dues are
still claimed.
I woul!  have  ' een drawn  tn ha 1  not
; the power been turned off aim isi  e.n
1 the Instant th et  Rajah Singh's nllghl
I was  noticed.    Dr.  Jones    called    on
I Singh a little I iter and f mnd I       hia
: arm  was  broken,  bui oth rwis -    I he
Easi   In lian   was   not   badl ���   bruis   I
The limb was set and Sin^h Is  -\.  '��� "-
ed t<i recover in due time.
"Shorl
Wilkinson, a n il h ion
Ejro, v,ho h is serve 1 time
i
E_ tii-
tentiary   for   attempted    murder,     i-
.i   tin  In the  tolls,    This tin,.   Sh
is charged   with   being  a   vagrant,  a
READ THI
It May Be Just What You Are Looking For!
5 acres all cleared except one-half acre. 100
fruit trees, assorted; all kinds of small fruits.
Good house, small barn. About 3 1-2 miles
from tram office. This ia a lovely place and
will not be long on the market. Enquire about
this at once.
which parts oi
the reporl anel of the finance minister's speech make are, as we have
said, more attractive as subjects of
comment. From the speech r a; pears
thai the governmenl of the province
has bei i in negotiation with the Sal-
vati in Army ever since last November
aad has concluded in arrangement to
bring to this i ountry one thousand
agricultural laborers as "assisted immigrants." Al iresenl we offer no
further comment upon Hie- policy than
this, that "assisted" immigration has
bei i . retty stronglj c m lemned by
��� ple ivho ha eei the result o'
It is the fact thai these negotlati
havi been In progress all winter
v, hich v e ��ish I i i ill al tention.
thai facl cleai
frequenter   if houses of ill fame, ami j
with having no vlsiible means ol  - .
sistence.    He will be I rii ,1 :.- foi i   he
l olice   magistrate   this  morning,   and ,
the probabilities ai e  th i    he  v, ill
sent up for trial before a higher court !
Shor
.....  is an all round  bad ma i, an I
The provincial    police    department one of the mos-   Itereputable charac-
has sent  out   from   Victoria    to    all  ti rs who have been infesting the city
branches of the service to be posted I of late.    He has beei     losel
on highways, notices containing rules | bj   the police   since his    eleasi   fi
    , of the road for the benefil of autonio-   the penitentiary about ...    . ��� age
ark.    in order that her body may be  bilists,    The chief rules set  forth are   had   apparenl      bi        tttei    tjpg
taken out of the liouse 'his morning  that   automobilists  shall   keep to  the   lead an   hones-   life    until    red       .
for  Interment, one of    the    win.low-left  siele of the road and meet othei   when he   Irlfted back amongst his old
frames  has   in-en   removed,  also  six-   vehicles on the left side, except when associates
teen inches of brickwork at the side I overtaking and passing vehicles when   ly after.
Woman Weighed 500 Pounds; |s Dead
New Veuk. .inly  15.���Mrs, Margaret
STS' alTnlt  1�����",* H"" '"^^ n0llCes containing rules | bv
ar      .���,_:'.     "I'"' h��m.e hl New"  of the ���* f'"- the benefil of automo-  the
McLEOD, MARK
"The Farm Land Specialists, "
& CO,
New  Westminstit
His a -t :' ill ewe I
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llHAVEFORSALE
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ns
������������ to
_^_______....^_    Was
 [put   before  lhe  ;.-]'���-
latur*'.'   Our n n '��� th it, when
the mi came up on a  side issue.   -
''    -"' i rnmenl       ike in  a   way   to .>
letti : , the <��� ..-i I ��� : .-   that th    nego-   %
tiafloni   . Ith   the  s ilvati 11   \rmy,  II    ''
they ha i ever been undei I iken, we
;i1' off. ajuj  ,:.:   o,  the    -iii:-1   of
N;;'' *' isl  ii:' we ii ive tl i    late c ir-
'���!..  Oliver asked    a question
''   ... matter, the premii r answer-
e 1 him in a  ��������� aj   v   li      ���   tain!    lefl
the  in.  ression   that  the   govi i n
had  no information  to Impart   to the
I   fii        e.    Xow, however,  Mr. Tatlow ti   a       thai  ne   itlations wei
progres - ;.!! I he I Ime.
The report ol  the     iard expre--��� a
regret   thai   some   hundreds  of   resl-
. hei tn >.i    ui tie"    Fraser
were nol corni letelj  di h en oul of I he
:       ��� Of course  it  does nol      *
it in that  brutal waj ;  probablj  It .li i .
no    iccu ��� . i;.       -,. ho   .
I   ��� ... | tvho   1    ard    II '
the wi    I    ised nn ant that;
lhal   Is  ju      . the;   do  mean
nom   i      h m   "   - ��� ems to
in  ..: ��� Inion that Ihe drlvln
of i:���]������ ���'   men  woul l   have n   tie  Ihe
��� , ���   of thi   c inning  Indusi      n ���   ���
secure, i i which II i- quite mistal en
a    It wo ild  im e ' now a  had ll   been
acquainted with the facts.   It also
grids thai the Importation of fresh sal
mon is prohibited, although   II    qulti
approves of stopping  th ��� expoi I,    In
this the board reveals the workln -. of
Its corporate min I  I If the phra ie I .
allowable.)   Whatever  tends,  or  may r
in- suppose' i to tend, to Incn a ie tin
opportunities of dividend   hunters  is  .
right;   anything   which    appears    to \
hold the remotesl threat of restricting "
those opportunities Is  wrong, though'-
it maj be of the mosl vital Importance
io  hundreds or ths isand      of    h ird
working men.
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WHITE
SHOES
This Store has a display ofWHlTE SHOES
that will interest
every man, woman
and child in this
community. It is a
great    season    for
WHITE CANVAS SHOES
Full sized lot on Agnes St  S650
Corner lot Sth St  $550
Lot on 4th ave., near 8th St  $475
Cleared lot in Sapperton  $150
HAVE A LOOK AT OUR LIST
Real
P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Phone 307
Estate
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r..J��l
For Sale
WHITE GOODS ARRIVED YESTERDAY
Ladies' White Oxfords, with biff eyelets and leather heels, only $1.75 pair
Ladies' White Oxfords, with covered Cuban heels, best made, $2.50 pair
Ladies' Pink and Blue Canvas Oxfords, American make,    -    -   $3.00 pair
A  "''"' ' �� I   ellin      ..1.  three  minutes walk from
3. C.   E.   R.   Ra   ���v   station;   2   acr. -  near!)     y.\    .2, .ori.   parti!
tenced;  n";v :- . ig      nd housi ���...ll furnil in
^'!":  '"���':'-:::i  ' '  -       water;   ch 1 ..,, and   iarns;
trees ;";,: 3ma11 :   '��  I --:'  '.and   15    cords of   -,.���.  I,
N heel.'   t hip ���-   i-i   ���- ��� ' n , . ,1
��� ���'������    P.. rty leaving   province   reason  fcr selling and haa instructed us to sell   uncle- value.      For
see us.
Men's White Shoes, in
high or low cut (the
kind that won't squeak)
$2.50 and $3.00 a pair.
Men's Canvas Shoes in
darker shades, good
make, $1.25 and $1.50
a pair.
Child's White Canvas
Shoes from 00c up.
..le
Hi
The nl I  counl ry  nev. s    whi...
wires bring us from time to iim ��� has)
been rather hard on the advoceates of
woman suffrage, and few of us, proh-
nbly, have taken the trouble to think,
ns we laughed over the ludicrous features of the  proceedings, or held  up
shock   I  hands al the "indelicacy" of
<he feminine fighters, thai there hnvo
li. ui few reforms In the earlier stages
of which Minn- such scenes have n it
occurred,   Then women oughl  to vote
is adniiitiei now by mosl thinkers and
For all these white
and c 'l.oi'ed goods we
carry a complete line of
polishes:
White Nova, 20c a tin.
White Nova, large size,
35c a jar.
White E. Z. (Liquid) 25c
a bottle.
Colored Nova, (Pink,
Blue, Green, Red,
Brown, Lavender)
Yellow), 40c a jar.
FRASER VALLEY REALTY
COiV PANY
Real   Estate  Insurance and   B.
NEW Vi'Z.
ness   Brokers,
TMINSTER.
Murchie Block,
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A Good
THIS is the store for WHITE SHOES.    Come in and see them,
count it a pleasure to show you our new goods.
We
THE SIGN OF THE
BIG ELECTRIC BOOT
New Westminster, B. C.
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House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot. stable and chick, n
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms
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TMOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE���- c,j INSUR AN# THE Daily news.
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y-or,  :. .      easi    Fk was noi preseni       *    ���''���������       ���"'���   executive ot  the FOUND   -SUve     watch    in
al th<             . .    tbe city c                  N--"'   Westn    ���-.���     acrasse clwh   hat
evei .                                                  bees oal .-���-. .. tab plaice ta H. R: ���
office this evi   mg at 8.31   o'< lo k    ���������
The t      ��� -. -e'f'i incandescent    gh.    iho ptirpoee of econifMertHj .'ne action -
... >���-������       -   now in goo.l condi'ttoa, or PresMenl  B��rr or th*  Ass.visno.-i teachers   wanted���Pm-   Ce
anel  Oc         a  streei   will  be lighted   .,-, appointtn* a sfieela   committee to Scboo    this .mi_j.    0��e    U&ft
'  Saeturda; ..:-...-. ...    . .        resi            with   the protesl   ol   th<    Wa   . DivtMosa 8, Boj*   .Scteod    oa��   !''-:
|j��afs  agatnsi   the Vancouvi male for prims -   work.    Apptiicaii.Mis
Others   matters   oi   ���.,    -...:���. ,,    .-.-,.. ���. -ecelved up to noon oi ������������" lltl
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Son    E   i   S A    a     i      I  .:..-  \. ������   Wet i    EMPLOYMENT    AGENCY    W<
C   E   K.   . .    ���'   , - id ������������������ ������������: :������:���:,��� of ��     |  ......     :-, .
'���   ��� aj    ���esi      .  Lb J   P lc<   ��Inn saw mill, rs; ��������������� hote
������������ I ..... etc    etc, male   or    female,   v
Reduced to save you money just when you need
them most. At this store you will find best select inn and the prices lowest.
5c, 20c and 25c light printed Muslins, Check Ginghams, Fancy Grass Linens.
Special good lines up to 25c, regular reduced to    1 Oc
10c, 25c and 35c Printed Dimeties,  Fancj  Printed Muslins, plain and check
materials. Black and Navy Printed Foulards, Scotch and Canadian
Ginghams, small check, in white and black, white and pink or blue;
also all sh; is in plain Chambrays, for cool summer wear. These goods
are rapidly advancing in price but we must clear them all out and quickly
.   So here you will find thousands of yards on sale now, per yardl 5c
Hind1. Fine Lawn, beautiful eyelet embroidery patterns, a little change from
pure white, worth 50c, saie price   25c
IS7.75 buys a Linen Robe, beautifully embroidered Skirt and Waist, cut and
���.rimmed, ready to fit.   You car have one if you hurry. Were $12.50 each.
I tber the sale of Dress G >ods at 35c and 50c. Goods worth double the
money and nothing mere   Suitable for the warm weather.
[ ir Wash Skirts at 95c and White Lawn Waists at 35c will give you an
idea of what is doing in the big ready-to-wear department.
   ' ���                  ���     . .  sec n both oases   I ��� ou-
...       ia loco-   �����-,.;.,. mod<           bicyclet    rhe tickets
- n the roa    to a  -   letti;    a-ere numbered 2:   ������'--��� 	
'                                                         ...       ...   , y-,o;   ,�����,,!.. .    HOUSE    AND    TWO    LOTS   to
21   �� ,-. .,   .. -o blow  to the ���������   ���              lendid  location:   cornei
Por ail kinds of cn       ������                                         ...       . ,.        . ,
������   . out  ������ ���   ki  > ai Ihe ��� ���   -    :      ca     ��� ���������    eighl        i    ��� ���      *oni    nosl
.,! ll.iw   il COUld havf         Offlci VeVU     P.     V      D��    ���      \   " ���
���-nei offi��
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hi of three   t< lephone
nes 1 om Queen's along
"-.   .   ���'.      i and Fl
eel
\ meeting Women's   \ u> r��R  SALE���One second-hand  rirtfle,
la i-<    the   o- ���     ��� .    - ..   .           ble foi large restAurahi oi log
���  w.:.   ia; ������   ��� - camp, <.ftx3tt.<.!ti.   kpply to  \ es
.... .-,.  al   - id :- . ��� ������   Second Hahd Stoifei Speci :-.:-
.if sei ���        ....... ��� om  the  i ���
,       , / .���..,>.   imabie < , ,, ike  a anomm
the city yes     lnd tbe :,':   ,,;' ''     ''' '
roul ��� ��������� ��� ���   (ran to havi
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���  ��� ..  over .-.iiiii!  the  holding of the
i .. Lai  meeting e.n the ���     A  Monda;
In Se - embei    The -e "iii be no weel.
.   .- if chi      ing in  \.e-_iist
les ee in a citj   gai len    ���
erda                       a shorl ho I la ��� v i
M.;". ii   had             ���-.          . foi
K.-           ... ��� able linn           . ��� now
almos                      o. .o,  i ;
ol      ...       when there
(ving     ���    . .:..���...
ast ev< e e.    ,    he police station
In 'his 66x150 j to hal a ��� i rteln residence
;''-     with a 6 room   modern   house   ::.   Chinatown   had  been   burgla
stal .    ...  chicken house  .-ill  within   ,,,  ��.,.    . ,       ,.      ,.        ,,    . .
I  I        oh n   y > e    Bradshaw
' �� -    eicks oi stn et ca   ���   n   e   ��������� ��� I
for$:     ���    White a Shiles,   60 Colum    and ��   c'    ,;":'"   '"^"tigated,   and
.... ^ .    , ,,.   loon local rmgl -' i    ot 111��~
���ei.ir in a     ...-'��� I    Chin (low n  The
. ue   .      dice have n ce Ived   '���'��� ''   ���>�� ' already fl-��wn      it In    the
,.,,,,,   ., .;:: wash igton, D  C, ol the   premise* the officer* found au up-to*
, i, ���;. .  \.\,   k ��� m '   date burglar's outfit, Including   *aw��
54,000    i $7.00i .   . e     :i���'"���   chlBel*   i tc    and an assortmeftt
ernmeni   al   th;        ...       end   its  es    of   key*   thai   ehould   Batisfj   a   loci*
,.r        \     wa rii   if $1 s offered foi   smith     Detective  Bradshaw   si ill ins
Dr. T. Hoggan. M.R.C.V.S.. Edinburgh,
Veterinary Surgeon
iiains eofiitneaced ipra-etiee in xew
\\. ��� .-, -...,.-, meesages can lie left at
r s Curtis' Drug si ,. Coluaibla
street; 'Phoae 43, until I have made
my office arrangements
TIMBER   LANDS--\\e>  dial   rv
Iy in limber. Have large an-l emoli
tract* i'ii wetei ti you wish b
bu; .-1 snii, sw me. v, u. Chandler,
407 Hastings St., Vancouver. B.C
male teacher wanted foi rhird
Division of Boy* Central School
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lieuis will be received bj ill'1 Utadei?-
signed until Monday, Julj 22, 1907
ROBERT l.KW'U'.  Secretar;
hi* . anture
ig the   -     i lei
iOO Cords of Ian Bark Wanted
AI   Iho
fiasn' Ki\ or I 'nnncry
i Table Children's
Wash Oresses
Choice, 50 nenis
Mail Orders Filled  Every Day
Wh save you big
money on
nery.
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CRAKE
English Watchmaker
floors   fIom   Qeo   Adams,   Grocer
be*   from  $12.75 up,
���   Silver    Wnlche.-',    opeu
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. r  Watches,   double
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! lebrated South Bend
:   to   the   Wellman
All warranted.
Jew i-lry, etc.. etc.
charges   reason-
iMPERS'  NOTICE
WATER WINGS
lTH!NG (JAPS,  Reg. 25c.
Fancy 35c.
ir Mosquito Oil,   Hon-
���"' : ' Cream,   Skin Soap  i��>r;
.tarn. etc.
- :>  plendid Bath Towel.
"      8 CO., Drugs, Spectades,Seeds
Is still confined to his       Al I   'ire.,   ste
,t the    emu
thai
.lae-i.   I!������;��� - -n  ia  om    ��� ������	
:    . acrosse hii nd-j ai : i mi-   meel
mencing   to   figure   lhal   iie  will  nol   ments hn ��� lo with tho <
...    ....   :,, IVe     I    o rigiin   on   bund i '    I " '' '
,,.,. h01      .      , ���exl match.   There is   li
had   Brysoi   taken   [>url   in
Saturday's match the Vancouvi i    I i
ers   won!!   h ive  had   re i ion    to   feel
much sicker than thej  did.
o I  thai   ' mi    I woul I
��� |\ .ii at th Cn    .   I    ���- rhursd
tnd I      '     ' -': ��� ' '   :;
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SHAW
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ew \v( stminster
e Eat to Live
ime time it  is  nee ������-
���' hat we are eating.
" KENNY'S Cafe
'y upon Getting th,
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n| Everything.
��� N. Draper
s- C Land
Surveyor
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-w w����tmin��tor, b c
BUSTER SHAW
PLAY sun*
Just the thing for
children to wear while
playing in the sand or
making mud pies.
A new lot just in by
express.
eBeck
CLOTH8ER
Orders I e coiu<l  mni nl ���    ol
. ii '. -  are co un    icing to n rive ai
the I-';.!-.';   rl\*ei   lawtutlla office, and
In oi le   I ��� '. .ee lb   I hem lu i Itue, the
impati.  ''.i--  ��� u .-I ie,"-',ei;iii-. a ''",;l
le   all ' ���     S'lghl �� ii li �� e    ilai ted 1 ibI
o\ ening
Po  rem \.-,\   ;  im mi    hou <e,    oti
14th   Hree $15   iei     month       Sm ell
h   o     ��� ��� ii i ��� i,  pai lij    furnl ihe I,
i   ai   11 ii ��� ��� .1 enue, $10 pel month.
ii.eeii.   oi le men neai pi      ���  ��� I
;���!  :     ee I  :,;'.        \\ ail,-    ,1,     SV!.
i 'olumhi
e      i.   s   .. commenci I  ������- ���   -in\
erattn      i rei i ar8 �� ll li tin li  m
In ; 11.ui, ��� ii i  tb.-    \ ancoini i Seattle
i unch    I'll      ii   engor iraffl    on
lins grown witli sui h strldi
iimo latlon foi I rave
ew   wa   anted on lh    moi nlni;
In    il nlgnl li iin
i'i.- are   ii""'   belt! .   in
.   i he  hei Un    ii  i tennl i totti nami til
a largi    rule    There are n   ml
del ni..- ��� ol  I be   ', nue In this city,
.i in ad I ;; in    In   ���: nn-' i    bel w ���   n
i.    i ���    ini' a.I...I    to     II i en .���
���i ei. in -. n n'i le mi - i luh ��� I rom V i
mn er and Victoi In
/'   u   Hnln    r Fi rule, 11   ipendlii     -
horl holldn    In I he ell y Hi      n
111 e   ..mi     \    I'll lie, e.i   Hal"  ,.    I   .'
i:    .V   Vl ill       if i'ii;- ii .. |�� i   n
i   ���   He.- . ���       Mi     Valuer,   who  I
        ii-lii    -     \   K   Hale   Inl I
In  i !��� ei |e  hi re   In   Mii'   I' ill.   �� h ie   In
��in brli ��� ��� ������ hi. r.null.      \i ;.;.
ii" i e thi     ie il "i hia 'eeniii' i in 11.
Fifteen    i il  ;|"'-i ulpe for thi
'i ni..I.i coiih e i 11-, i ifold Viinlng ��� ���
.hi    ol  i��--v ion, I i whli li ih.- 0
nhelm  inm . n    I. Intele ���|i I,   ������>���
ii.e,' ly ai rive in ihin ''li |   iiv w i.
i i" a,  N,  i;.. mh i  will be laadi tl ��� i
��� i-.iiim i : i -���      iii-i ohlpped to Bl i -
��� '      McKenzie  Uro    of V inoottvei.
h ive charti i ed bonta to ti auapoi 1 I!"
i (pe ii"' '���
The tleherj conimlDflloni which tnel
Ir) Victoria lasl week, stands adjourned
for a  r-'-A  el.iys, 88 tWO of II����� mhmiiIiv: s
.vill- anxious i-o take advantage of the
pleeenoe ta the    province   of    Prof.
Wright, uf Toronto  university,  in  the
matter ol the selection of a site for,
a biological station    here.    |>    ,, '
Hy, near Nanalmo,    is the    locality j
most favored by experts.
li ��� Roy; ; i'.".::i:ii-.�� of Temper ace
I .,.- eha ' --'I two special cars [or
il, ��� ,:.��� wi. j olng over to Qnglleh
bay this "ve mni Tne picnic will be
','���.' and easj and everybody I
iftted. The cars will leave tie.' tram
office ni ten minute i to seven o'i kn
���one  car golns  via  Twelfth  Btreet
VDVfcflTttt in the daily news, i     Highest Cash Price Paid
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR FIM HOMES PIMD ON THF MARKFT
Upland, Bottomland, Second   Bottomland
,\ few hundred acres to be sulei in five, ten and twenty acfe blocks
within the nosl thirl* days,    Splendid land, fine location.   Write ti>
G. W. HI NES, Westminster Junction.
Make yo'Uf own appointment, and I will drive you all ovei the pro-
i,ii-     Ttoj filrst comers will have flrsl  choice,    No Agents fees
PHILLIPS, The Wanh*B Oolhiir
Coat Shirts
Put  on  Like   Your   Coat
Have  You  Tried Them?
If not, gel in line, and find out what
solid comfort is.
W. (I. and K. and Tooke Bros. Ltd.
Until the standard of excellence.
PRICES:
$1,25, $1.50, $1.75 up to $3,00 Shirt
ALL NEW PATTERNS.
PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothier
**-. THE  DAILY  NEWS.
J^SOAY
JUL
MILES OF SIDEWALKS
PLANNED FOR CITY
(Continued from Page One.)
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trade, to the effect thai the board
would accept the offer of the city!
council to pay half the Gilley accnu.it
fen- breaking ice in tbe Fraser river
lasi winter. The communication was
received and filed.
McLeod, .Marl. & Co. called attention
to their insurance department; and ap-
plie I for a share of the city's business.
The writer stated thai hi* firm represented some of the best companies
in Canada, The letter was received
and  placed on  tile for reference.
il. B. Free applied <i nbehalf of the
Ni w- Westminster baseball club for
the use of city water for a shower
bath in the club's dressing room at
Queen's park. The request was referred to tbe chairman of the Parks committee for a report.
'I'he various committees reported
reci mmending the payment of ac-
i ounts as follows:
Board of Works:
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
George Cunningham & Son
T. .1. Armsl rong 	
Pi unnette Saw .Mills Co. ..
T. A. Mulr & Co	
\V. A. Gilley  	
Novelty Iron Works  	
C. A. Welsh  	
Royal City Transfer Co. ..
11.  T.Kirk   	
Royal City Plaining Mills
Gilley  Pros	
Anderson <�� Lusby	
Residential New Westminster
"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 are most
reasonable. Several lots have'fruit bearing trees. Just the kind
of home you want for comfort.   Read our list of Ranches and
HOWAY, RElTiTT    s
!BtrM' ��pp< ite cWva
i Westminster    a  rm,  ���***��
j .�����-""-   -       b:^4
"     <������� and sollciCfiL
w. J. White   ... ii , ;;-'-:J
la���am _. "    'A*?.!',.!
' ��� Commerce!
Canadian  I       T&*��
lng,   Columbia  strept  ,       ���
loan. ���'' <m
M&.FTIN   "    ^e���T , ���.,
bur: ���
Farm Lands for sale.
��nd LoraiT1
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.
..? 94.S5
.   163.10
.    11.10
. 201.73
.    14.75
��� 69.92 J Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, com-
7.H0 prising some of the finest residential
4-l~>  sites in the city for saie exclusively
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
Total	
Light Committee:
Anderson & Pushy	
Royal City Planing Mills ...
C. C. Dunn	
Canadian Gen, Elec. Co. ...
P. ('. Telephone Co	
Westminster   Iron   Works   .
T. i;. Armstrong	
George Cunningham & Son.
T. A. Mulr it Co	
An lerson A_ Lusby 	
Total 	
Finance Committee:
Walter J. Walker  	
Vanstone eating and Plbg. Co.
P. C. Telephone Co	
Mrs. Tupper, Tre.as. Ben. Soc.
Royal City Transfer Co	
A,  W. McLeod  	
Columbian Co	
T. A. Muir & Co	
Martin  &   .McQuarrie   	
Gilley Pros	
Tug   Flyer   	
��� 101.15 by  us.    This magnificent  property is
��� ~.e">-r> situated on the comers of Fourth ave-
��� 419.25 nue,    First    street    (facing    Queen's
.127'i.iin j,ark-   an.l  Emory  street,  comprising
��� 27.55 in  all ten 33x120 foot lots  facing on
  First street at $700 (excepting the cor-
$2404.00 ner  lot  facing  Fourth    avenue    an i
First street, held at $1000); two Jots
.$ 19.01 on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
3.60 per  lot:   four lots,   52   1-2x85,  $450;   fruit   trees    ancl    nice    lawn.    Price
.    93.60 five lots, $400.    Call at our office on | $2,750. $1,500 cash, balance C and 12
House 30x42, 4th St., between 4tb
and Sth Ave.; 2 single and 1 clonic
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kit-
chen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St. Price $3,500:
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
at 7 per cent.
2% storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 66xlu2:
lane at back; part of lot set out with
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$-10 per acre
Two iots on ISth Street, between 7th and Sth avenues.
160 acres in Surrey; S ty ��t
S.ty of si c 9, township 2. Log
house, 16x24, and chicki o coops,
small barn; 60 fruit trees; 12
... res cleared, 4 acres under
cultivation and 8 acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, ty cash, balance in 12 me un lis at 7'',.
tices:    _se\.       stniiujie
i corner  Clarl
i Vancouver, . * n i :i toll"-1
 I vllle street.   .1 -,. rh Martin ir
������ w. Weait, '.',. e;  \[,o,n.-
0 chains water, Bourne    .,,    ���,   .^M
l full size
lot, block
0,
lot 14,
St.   P
itrick's
Square
Price
$450.
.1222.59  Front street and inspect plans. , months at 7 per cent,
rhree ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,      1  'ot No. 24  on 13th.
22.59
7.20
3.00
2.00
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2.00
14.00      FuH sized lot, north  side of Ham
    ilton street between Sixth and Eighth j
streets; $225.
160 acres less right of way about 8
street south
north side between First and Second side of 4th avenue. Price $200 casb.
streets, No. 5, C and 7. Price $400 7 lots Nos. Sl to 86 and 96, 95 faces
each or $1100 ior the three. I on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch.
4 lots cleared without a stump; smai!
house,   chicken     house,     175    choice 132;
[chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
1  1-2   house, 6   rooms    lend    flush
ots,
orchard    of   apples, pears and
ilums.   Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, bal-
���A  '   sireews,  ^un. ance on tlme at ;  ,(_
5 lots corner of street between Sth
$ 52.501 acres for railway; 25 acres stumped, Ieloset on 4th avem,e' one lot from 'nd aci1 lnh ,Ave- on 2nd St- *\Ae of 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price St., equal to one acre; partly cleared.
$500,  half cash.      A splendid    opportunity for investment.
1(1(1 (III     !ind     .Asm     trui    1fivi>!>'     lilrre     "llv'"'    OTi'lM    b'er   Cent.       SlZe   Of   JOt   fiaXltiO.
1 ���"''���   ������"���''    '     " More exclusive   properties  just   listed
with us for sale.
Lot 5, opposite    Knox church
24 acres in Sunbury
front;     12  acres   cleared;     8-roomed
house, lath and plastered; wood shed.l ternoon
chicken barn and    fruit trees of all   	
kinds.    Price $3,000.    Terms one-third '
cash, balance 0 and   12  months.
$3,500, subject to 10 months
lease. .Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avenue.
Splendid location, now rented tor
$30.00 pcr month; lease can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
good paying investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
Double tenement house. 4th Ave.,
1st and 2nd SI.; 1 iot, Price $1,700;
cash half and half in ti months at 7',..
Rents for $10 each tenant.
4" acres ty section 14, N. ty of E '_.���
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bridge off
Elaworth road, Surrey; house 18x26,
li... storey house, 3 rooms finished, another 3 can be added upstairs; small
shack: 1% acres cleared and seeded
with clover, red; fairly easily cleared.
One mile from shingle mill. Price
oa11l $1,200;.   terms half cash,  balance 12
. '1    months at 7 %.
$,000;   ty   casn,     Fii]] slzed ]()t Nq   12 on Roya] Aye
balance 0 and 6 months at , %. and Mh  st    Price $.i050.   half cash.
No.  312.���S-roomed   House  and  bath balance at 7 95 per annum.
room, Agnes  St.     Price $2,5C0;   ty      Westerly i, 11  of 63, Sub. Block 5,
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 -,.    132x132 corner 100 feet square;    two
houses drawing $28 per month.    Price
Block 12 on 12th St., east side;   10,55,000, half cash, halance in 6 and 12
full sized lots.    Price $2,500. one-third   months.
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months 160 gE   ,/4 of s,.t,(I(,n  26, Dist.   12,
House corner or    Tth St.   ami 4th   1�� acres,partly cleared; Kanaka creek
Ave.:  9 rooms;  2 full sized lets, 66x j running through; goo,I road; one Mile
Westmlnste.-     1 ee '.-Ker! rlH��
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BaJ
Bolicltor, ',   chon block, (
bia and McKi 1   1 Btreets,
minster, fl. C.
W. MYERS GRAY. Bar_!5.��,j|
and .Volar. P ;, ;: -A
1891 al Ni '���   .      :i.i��ster. ic|
flees remove irtis B'...i,(f
son   street, 1 ���   .- :
P.O. Box 169.   Teleph net)
1 lot, 55^x166, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
w.
No.  310.���9-roomed
room,  Agnes   St.
Mouse   and
F.  11 A N S F 0 It D,
Solicitor, etc., Cre;
corner     Columl I.    and
Btreets, New v. 1       ��� .-������   *. |
BOARD OF TRADE.���Nt.*- trrf
hter Board of Trade bmi
Board Room, City Hal!, as tall
Second Wednesday ot each 1
Quarterly meetings on the 1
Wednesday    of     Februai
August  and  November, a: i|
Annual meetings   on  the
Wednesday    of    February,
members   may   lie   proposal
elected at any monthly or qit
meetiag.   A. B. WW'O, Sec.
.-
5.40 1 15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
35.45   1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 1-1x28 $1900; 1"2 fasn- terms for ba,ance at
i 7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
27.no  lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x10;   two ] *"~'�� casn. Glance on easy terms.
12.."ei   chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon)    Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Pric
 $441.71
for Schools:
 $ 22.50
     13.00
Total   	
Finance Committee
Gilley Pros. Ltd	
ealth  Hoard. City  	
II. Morey & Co	
J. .1.  .Mackay & Co	
Mrs. A. Wilson  	
C. P. It. Telegraph 	
Royal City Transfer Co. .
Vanstone Htg. a id PIb. Co
.John  Peck  	
II. T.  Kirk  	
Marshall  &  Bowell    1162.50
4.r,ii   shed  20x30;   small  milk house,  small  $500 for three or $175 each;   I-
1 25   orchard, ail kinds of fruit, bb bearing I balance 6 nionths at 7 percent,
118.05 I fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
25.00  $0000;  $21  cash, balance easily ar-1
60.00 ranged at 7 per cent.
  I
Full sized lot on Third  street, be-  and  fenced.   Price  $1050;  $330 casb,
tween Koyal and Queens avenue east   balance in 6 months,
side, new house; $1500.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
,...,,  perton, east side Columbia Street
car line.   $350 cash.
Sap-
on
north of Webster's corner: shingle
mill and P.O. at the west corner; timber worth $7 per acre; cedar and fir;
4 miles from Port Haney. Price
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balance arranged.
S.-W. Sub. Township 13; som<> timber;
railway   runs  alongside;    old  6-acre  or-
elieinl.    Price $16  p'T acre-; t'-nres 11,000
cash, bal.11  in three edjual payments.
1 acre clay, house on tram line near
Joyce station; partly cleared: fenivel
across front facing tram line. $1000,
$700 cash, i.alance arranged.
SECRET   SOCIETIES I
ROYAL
CITY
PRECEPT0RV.J
R.    B
K.
of    1
mee',5 j
Fridaj
of
each
month, J
p.   ni..
in
Orange
hall, com
3 lots south side of Sixth Avenue:
% acre between    Queen's and 3rd  very light clearing;   60x115% feet  on
Ave. on west side of 10th; No. 5 and  Sub. Block 10.   $1050 cash.
6, Block 4S;  132x165 feet; all cleared
One acre in block 0, between 18th ant! 16th St.
on Sth Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
Royal avenue and Tth stree.1
Journing Sir Knights cordlil
vlted to attend. VY. .''������'���I
P.; J. Hood, Reg.
25.35
94.03
5.00
Pull sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU   WANT BETTER THAN THIS?      10 acres in sec. 32.   Timber, fir, ce-
:'7'L. acres of the best soil, 10 acres ' dar and alder.   Good soil; good roads.
.90  cleared,  under cultivation;  200 young  Apply for full  particulars.
1-00 fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear;
4 lots on Fifth Street. 11, 12, 13, 14,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 each, half
cash, balance 0 months at 7 %.
2 houses corner ol Merriva] and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31, Lai'lr(' lot and tw0 cottages on Co-
lot. 11; one bouse rents for $25, the lumbia Btreet, Sapperton. Both renteel
other $10:   flush  closets and  all con-1 at $10 each.
tee, -e.i       with      SewCfS. Pl'ICe    $3,500.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, Nil
���Meets in Orange hall Ml
third Friday in each monthu
m. Visiting brethren are cor
Invited to attend. VV. Poi*.'
James Humphrey, Rei Se
12 and 181
���'ash $L'.iioo,   balance in 6,
months at 7 %.
N.-E.    i of Sidi 19, Township 10; somi
limbi   .    Price >i.. per a<
12.45  new bouse, Ity storey, 5 rooms;    hen
20.86  houses, In  good  order;
���   " planted with wheat, oats and potatoes
Total   	
Fire Committee:
Vanstone Htg & P. Co. ..
The Canadian Rubber Co,
T   A.   Muir   &   Co	
Anderson-* Dusby	
���;-  i -.man & Ker Co.
W'< stminster Iron Works
,;-' '��� Cunningham & Son .
���I. T. Kirk 	
Novelty Iron Winks ....
B I . ake Machine Works .
C   iningham II Iw, Co,
Total   	
'.    ket Committee:
Q i' Teli phoni Co   	
M    '      &  Pre. ton 	
.$1364.28
Lots 17, IS, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and 8th avenue;  2 corner lots
some  acres   $250;  4 inside lots $200 each.    Price
$950,  cash.    Single iots at cash.
Water from nearby spring.      Balance
of   property   easily   cleared.     Price
$4,700;      $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
Lot  14 on  Fifth avenue, sub B, 10
This property is only ty mile from  0f sub 9. $300 cash, ty cleared; size
tram  line.   Over two hundred chiel:-; 55 fee(. by 132 feet
with the       ,
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
property at a snap.
Four and one-half acres between
Seventh and Eighth avenue; south
side of 1st Btreet.    Price $2,500.
1.00
502.00
67.36
s ig ens and ducks could he sol
22.95  property at a snap. ���,,_._. :
: of Gilley road.    $225  per acre.    Acre-.
.75      28  acres on    .Mara   road,  H'-nahy.  age is selling fast at tl,.'.< ;:; ... : W each
$160 an acre   FOR   A   FEW   DAYS! enquiry.
ONLY.    One-quarter cash,   I.alance   I       :'" "  '   '    ;" :""    '
���nd 2 years at 7 ','.
chard,
One and one-half storey bouse and
full size lot, situated north side of
Koyal avenue and corner of McKlnnlS
street; !�� rooms; bath room, hot and
cold water, closet; woodshed; young
bearig fruit trees; streets on three
sides; line view. Price $1,800. $900
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen's
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all cleared; lane
alongside   and   back.      Price    $1,000!
1.71
2.46
1.50
1.00
1C0 acres,
icres under cultivation, 10 acres or-
-9-roomi i  house,  with   bath
.$057.13
",0
Total   	
��� 11.elili Comn Iti e
!:.'������   m .'.- Sons 	
T. A. Mulr & Co. ..
?.. T. Gardhouse ....
$16 21
., 11.     .,' el,. ,
tin.- yea
100m, corner of ^Hi and Ai.:ii"s St. 1.
Prici $4,000; terms ty cash, b ilance
.. ami 1; monl hs al 7
A  Cheap  Property.
House 6 rooms,    (lu h  closet,    Ity
'".���<��������� ���-, on !���' iui :li A v ���. om lot from
Sei ond St. on bo ith sid". !���; |< 0
$1000;. hair cash, balance al 7 p< r
oent   Fruit trees; lol 55x165
ll.
.88
Total   	
Police (tommltti i :
Dr. .1. H. Jones 	
Dr. J. Walker	
K. .1. Craan  	
T A. Mu;,- fi Co.  . . .
U Iro,
:. 00
5.00
9.SO
.50
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1600
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
acie   straw i en les   plante I
alder bottom lan I; running
pring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
< 32:   : I-] osl   frame house  and  co*
stables, ���hree In all, stable >'��� cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
si hools,    . hurches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a daj; aboul 10 I
.   ���    timber, fir and cedar, nevi r been
logged;  $2,001   refused   ti r   standing
timl er; carriage house.' 16 x 24; hen
made of hewed timber laid in
moi tar, 12 \ 30,   A chance of a lifetime, $9,000; $l,0(in cash, i.alance al 6
per cent.
No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; ty
cash, balance .'! and 6 rims, al 7 %.
terms Jl.onO
...-! . bah nce ea��y.
Lots   14   and   15  of  1  of 0    of     |4
(cleared.)    Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook streel of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per c^nt.
2 lots on 8th St. between   Sth and
Cth Ave. on east side;  full sized, COx  half cash, balance easy at 7 ���
132;  Nos. 9 and 12.      Price $1C00 for
both, half easl),  balance easy. 0ne lot No- 12 on Royal Avenue,    j
third lot from Eighth street, $1,050,
for sale exclusively.
150 acres Improved land, buildings
HOUSE and LOT '"'' sm''ls complete, near Cloverdale;
Centrally located in a commmanding  "" ��"���� cultivation, $15,000.    rf yon
-     ....     bird   avenue, at   foot  of  can handle  this, don't   delay;   it's a
Fifths! eei    Two and one half-Btorey   barsa.n; terms ,-an be arranged,
housi     Ten rooms (recently papered)      L60 acres good farm land in Delta,
Ml  modern     .nveniences;    hot   and  aboul 3'6 miles from river, near Scotl
tl   water,  bath,  flush  closet, lava- road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
���; '���'"���   "i"   lawn;   lol      Pari 1 r lol 369, joins Lake Commur,
n rear; pari of lol   about  7"  acres,  only  $25   pei   acre
Price $2,750.   Half cash.   Jump.
lots, 20, 21;  No. 20, $170; No. 21, I
Durham  ami  Sei ond I
, 50x150, outside city limits
lot.    Fuller  particulars on '
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NOI
The regular meetings of thill
are held in Oddfellews' hall,M
bia street, every Monday ew
at 8 o'clock. Visiting l>re:ha|
dially invited to att.-uel. S.fltj
N. O.; C. S. Richmond, V.ftlj
Coatham, R. S.; .1. VV. Macft
F. S.; Alex. Adams, Treal
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE{
���Meetings the first and tblri
day   in    each    month.    w|
brethren cordially invited to i'i
Lodge room, A. 6. I'. W. WLi
fellows* block. Clarkson s'*J
3. Corrigan, recorder; Lou-i -
master workman,
COSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE ^
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B.'
Red Rose Degree meets ^".���j
Fourth Wednesday of each m
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia W
8 p. in., White Rose Degree,"!
Wednesday in each ra : " '
time and place. Visiting BMW
cordially Invited. E. o. ��J
combe, Pres.. II. Dl nev, -
e       '   -��� 't'i I me
lit wil::   fruit tree's.
? 1,500 . ash, halance arranged
160 acres 01 the S :ot! road, IB acres (corner)  $175.
cleared;   barn 50 x 30;   stables, etc.; streets.
splendid   oil; only $30 per acre, $1,000 House,   full   sized   lot,   on   Keary
cash, balanci easy. street, Sapperton;  renin for $10 per
ien aces In Surrey, 5 acres cleared, month.   Only $1,050.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099,1
���Meets the Fourth r
month  at.  8  o'clock, In "
hall,  Oddfellows'   block
11,.lie  i��iv;ii
brethren are cordially Invited I J
tend.    .1.  B.  Rushton, ('-
Maxwell, R. S.
fenced on road side, $1,800, half cash,
balance on lime at 6 per cent., subject to sale of timber.
.( Por the above four properties a
special price will be made to one purchaser.
Total  	
Library Committee:
Vanstone Htg. ,K-  P. Co.
Parks Committee:
Alex.  Speck   	
II. T. Kirk  	
Reichenbach  Co	
F.  J.  Hart   ,C-   Co	
 $20.30
    :: 70
Total 	
Water Committee:
Geo, Cunningham it Son .
A. E, M'm-n   	
Brackman & Ker Co	
New Westminster Has Co,
Dom.  Wool  Pipe fee	
Cunningham HRdw, Co. .
... (.,
,25
5.00
..     IV.00
...$27.00
.. 16 10
7 00
. . . 2 25
5.15
...  19.34
,.    84.49
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Total
.$284.57
Telephone   33.3
Front Street
Telephone   333
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. N*
A. o. F.���The regular "11|1,,'I',J
this Lodge are held on ' ^ 1
and Fourth Tuesdays"! ''"". u|
at 8 p. in. in the Oddfcllo*HJ
Visiting Iirelhren are coroi"",
vited to attend. B. C. Firtft
V. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE  ROYAL TEMPLARS 0M
fi Chi.
*<iy tii
Sol
Bon ���
pii.. Cn
i
PERANCE meet   ever
Wi".
I, ;!��*���
at 8 o'clock p. m., In "  Lm
Hall,   Columbia    street.    ' Am
Brethren are cordially i'.'^'L,)
tend, Goo. Burr, S. C; >���'-"
Sec.
80K3 OF SCOTLAND BENEF   J
80CIATION, LORD OF The,   j
CAMP, 191.���Meels on ��e'' fl
Third Tuesday of every ''. N|veI
K.   of   P. Hall.     John   ���"^
Chief; J. J. Forrester. B
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.    . ;.    I  r ^r.
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.-���   a . ���
rate of I u   s
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is output
\v. CORY, in .   -. tai
Lister of the In    Mii Un
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it ..'.'..- tc     -     nurse   ^
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3 . ::���   -   . ���
:i  c-
:
-  -
publication
will not 1     paid
���
Land registry act.
thai .. ���':-������; m '   -
. Ister F  iren ���   Marj
I.- . ner in Fee Simple
| : m   I from The Cor-
|i Burn
.   -���.. ;'--
\ \.  i>.  L902, i .
certain    arcel  or
.   ; rem!    -    situate,
ie Disl ' S"i ���-'���
���   I-   >\ In ���   of Bi i-
moi ������     pai   cula
ed as subdivisioi
. ,:-    ���:    A" Ol  lot   -
I you ar    hereby re-
the  claim     ���    '
in   fori     five
���   fir:    | -      ������'   ,:;
.... ise 1 shall regis-
Eveleigh as owm i
And  1 hereby direel
��� his nol ice tor thlr-
!.'������.-. spapi ;��� publlsh-
,:-, ������ :  will be good
| i Ice thereof.
' ������ Land Registrj  Office,
. Province of British
th ,1,; o   April, A   D.,
.-. -. ���
KEYES
s .    tan
��� Q1
Te"de-s far L.:ense to Cut Tiinbs- on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
2   . sii Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS iddres'si
of    D     ini in    Lan i-
;..       ment of thi I mart
ed on the envelope
.-   th N     "��� -���' ' ���
Depa      ent u 12 o'i
no in     [ Wedn    la laj  ol
Inl ", for a Ucei      to cu    Im
,   \ ,   sis. i - :i-    lan Is
the F tish Col-
to the ��        if (        ���      '
|.,|      .   . , ;    j follows
liini N'o. 4" .        at 1 he
��   -       rn<       : location N      '���'���
���      hains   west    '.-     .. -..-,.-.->.s
hains   ..-    '   '    isins n rth
:.-  of comi nent,
\     I       'ost I al  the
i west ���.-. N n   i;.
-     .    iins west
ains
kins east    ;    ...       south    ti
������  i onii   n en ent
N'o. 4;     Pos ted a     he
ra it of location No   11
. . halns    9 est,    160    chaius
tains    c.is-. chain:
it 0   c aim ' .. ��� 1   :
..   . .. .. .>��� :.es to ., 2 j e* vill he    ��������������� 1       .. ������������ ...   --''   :~'-''   '������'������'���'��� teftdi?!        I  .-
"���.:'.<���> ..-:.- I  ��� -..,..���       ...v...   ������    , ���-, -,-.    ,        ,     ���.'���.-    rr./o   'ro    tooow.rxror-.      ',':,���     io.y.r.      :,, . .
���'-     ��� -' Block i    :2,r..r sontl .   '-.     ,   ...   . .:.,, ;-,    .   .-...--.-.; .-        .      will  l��  forfeited U  ���"���<-  y'- ���>   ������'
or...  .  ���:... >.. -. honndarj  to ;���'...-:- .-:   .-:>..-   ���   . :.,��� c .-���*. '��� - ���������''.��� :-' ������ ��� <������  (ftt�� a coil    ������ ���
beginning, exci .:. -.- . .   ano
��� -. cl flmliei Bi 1 .' >S �� h ch
might rail within th�� s.=.-...<- coataining
an v,;. aci es, i��oi ���       less
BWk   4      C in ::���:: - r. ��� r.
\>��   W e  -..,.;..-:<        H 01     ...  '������       ��� ....e,:.:.-       . :r    iio    .    ror.
���;���.,������       .���:���.:.<���      or..:.. - -,- -.-. ���..-.-.���., .'.  2   '������"��� ftftli   e':;''--    ."''e-.;.;c   n.:.    :���/:
hj an ...���.���:������.>:<���.'. ehw������ on a cha teted "������������ ���'������-               -;>  ' ��� >'-������<' ��������� ���-���"'
ink in laran    at   h ��� '.'��� : itj  oi ���:-.<- ���'���'"���'' '���--,-. ,-:  �� ;.���",.,-
M  r. ������ ��� t   .���:   Ar.o   ttttO     ! -.   the
in        easterlj   boundar\  oi   fim ei    mn   ol the bonus whi
B .   Block   1,     .   el) . ee--     Sil   ...
eas . mi   tho  no I        i   corner
ice  sou h-e��s Aowr.
..-.-���    '���-������������ lary S    ns moii
- ���    : '    ho     .ilie;:,'     ;e.     said     <-:.:���:
.-   . I.     -���' rimbi r Bi i       ���'   thence
nor::- easterlj   al righl an t es I - lasl
-   .-A eee.:   the   I OUUdlWJ   Of SAld    Dopai
ee-    ���  ���   ���:������.���;'. \   I o   e.e1    til
rhe hl^heal o    in;
ossaril;   act-    toi
N.i :<
lortalnovl
PBR
-��� iho applicanl
. license
intilei  nol ner
will
KRYBS,
Sooroiai s
-
Clu
..' -    :.
of r
;      ., .  -   .
IS     '.'  -    : !ai
;��� i
\    ::-y. th ���:-.
I    , ial        soi '
moi
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I
wesl
160
1 i'
r
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Berth ;    . halna      lhi ee..- noi th
��. parallel   to first course SO
ii ire or li ss con ��� ��� ion I
j h ol    Hi -: co i -.      thi nce
-i.e ii . -e ostorlj    paralled    to
com       < - ch iins  to    polnl  of i om
i in alnln ;   in a ��� i
.n-v,.   id n .- or los
< ��i aw
Maj
tntoi lo .
Ith  :yy
LAND  RRGISTR\    e\CT,
"'���-.-   iv .���:-,-. hi .  ���     ,: -. ���. e-..-     htft.l   )!
:���<���':    t.'   ei, . Opi   th��   loM 0*1   01    a
d��
\, �� -..���:..><'-,-.    i ���.���..::r. : ;':--.     , ;, .
l#omoni   withoul   anthorttj   e .���..   th^
.. ....    De|>artmenl will nol be paid
v   i\y\ iti'K u
Deputj  NtlnUtei  ol   \tai Ini   .) ���
VI���.!���,<������-. u -.
Otta�� .i   Oftuada   SSth Ntaj   IIIOT
Cnnatiinu Pftdfic Kailwav Co,
N
wesl
P    _ plan i   th
r l.   ; ��� ; .
west,    i ch iins
I   -   . halns   o -       i '���
Xo. .im    Posi    lan
ilns v    ' of the no   h <xisi coi
r of locatl
B
-     ���    .        i of Sei
of 'I . Berth 2
.  .......   .
:  :.
west, SO i
50 chains sou
��� ���
IS    thence    s ���
-
T \kv N'OTICE thai an application
li ..   it on ���- ., le to re fisbti  Ft -i"',: ��� G
;' '      -..--.      .   ho owner in  tec iim ��le
,. i ������ ,. tax e- ilo de od from tho Mayoi
ne   on  and   Proaaui  f ot    ���''    C '���'  ol    x,'��
w,...    ���    ,���     ���,..   v. in. |.  C    Honovn.
on rii lo tho 2nd d ij   of Ootohoi
\   n   l'.i.e t,    of all an I slngulai l!<eii
iin  ��� ii col oi   i   rl  of    land ami
nt,.  u ith .i depth   proml -.- ���  all unto   lytnR -t;' l  being In
.,-.  .-;   nid r ii. Bhoi ���  mo  ���      io City of Ne ��   \Vi - imin itei. In the
i .,.   , ���   |os   t0 iho ��� . no al   Pi ivlnco  of   British   C iluntbla,   more
.:: easterlj shon   ol lake  pnrtlcnlarlj   Known and  do*orlhed ���'������
i   hin i lu   ' oi .. ��� intalntn : 1111
imntom   .   ni  i .������'0-.   on
,.,   ,        shoi,    '. Chehal ���  t*ko,
. ,   .,.:..   ... ithi ��� Ij    from   " n   i
I ro  I  Inko;    ihence so ilhoi Ij
.,.���:....    I . ., -     .   shoi    ol  lake
��� rlllih   Columbia   Coa��l   I ln��
liryloa,
riMi i \iii r
ii Ci Coait Llm s<��i\e,;<>
���\i -\:.iv\ R0U11
11 . ijoci lo change ��ithoul e.
���   .line'l 1  e :l\ I--,    \   u'..
r, ne,-, ������. Boai i loo .1111 \ ii. 11 h   n
nrea   Subdtvtsli na '.'. is. 19, of Lol v illl
ind i ha >i v      - ���     i, . .
n No Pos
,f Si    lon    2    oul    : ���   fimber   Boi   i ,, (   .      ,,..,,
264 an I   -������ I  Bi rth 2S'. hi
T >-.-. ���
>   ;:; nge    i, West of I     Cth Merid
also the ti n h ' ill    '��� 1 the se i
.     .. .    [ se ction :':. th    north half
U, |   ��� o Ith-wesl    ei:;.i;'.':'     Se.   ; ill
... -,,:. se tlon :���   thi north
:. il   Si   tl m  32,    Sect! ms ".'..   '���:
i  16    chaius we
���
L, N'o
���Iii
ii
T.'l '
���    . . portions    ' Seotio-e
.   160  chain
.  ��� ,     dnt of co
i        i  No.  32
ns wes
nf   T.   L.   N      il'l
west,   10 chains
10    chaii
.e ��� .
...
a 160
o uh, 10 l
���'''' .     , 40 north to |H)lnl
��� ii emenl
od  Mil 1907
l.e     ���
\\ il.l.l \M  M IODY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
\ ���. nt, 1'   v iNH'i.i,
NOTICE.
i.e   o ���. moi o or les ���
The '. ���"' h inn il   I o sui i, -. e-ii with
. one sou       lor Iho date ol  tho no
tii o aw    ���.  ���    lhe berth.
The   n i ilatlona unde".- which  a  11
Is me i.   ali o    pi ini'-d
��� [iis uf       ler and oni elope, men ho
mined al thl   Department or nl the
oo ot the ��� Timber   ^genl al
\, v  w o i minster, B. C,
I'., li    .-'i lor musi   I"- ncconi|mnIi i
i .,,,  ... ���   tod   li.-,iin- on ei ch ir ored
ink  In : ivo tr of the Deputj  of Iho
-.  || no   of Hi" Interior, for the am
. ni  of    the bonus which  lhe nppll
ml i ��� pi'"-1rod io i nj t ir n Hi on io,
N'o tend     hj  tologrnph ��ill he on
. ; Min.. |    The hlghesl or an; tender
u ii,.    e ||;   accepted
I'l'lel.l'.V   a    ma us
rilll.i-.. M.n
Princess Beatrice
I'. 1110OKI Men
I'e in,-,.... Boati Ice
PHucosm Maj
Piiiui-e... Bi ,. i,.
Princess Maj
I'l ItlCOBR Iii .ll; ll o
Do
:,,: oul ildo rimber Berths 2S0, 261 iv
272, :ie Township I. Range I. Wi -' oi
C.  S.  KEITH,      the ....  Meridian; als i Sections 3,  i
Dlstrl ��� Registrar,   .   ., . . ,..,; ,,,,.- an |    lUtli-easi ���-, tai
.  Esp, ,,,,. ,;, .. in ,;, sections 7, 3, the nori i
si rved with this notice,   half   u I th i south-wi   l  quartor S
mlng through or under  tlon 9, the s b-easl quarter Si ctloi
.    ersons  claiming  any   10, thi   loath halt Section 16, thesouth
ild land by virtue of  half and the north-west quarter See- -
���I  instrument, and ail   tlon 17, the north half and aouth-eas       N'OIILL
; anj   Interesl  in th ta        -     a 18, the   south half an er da In a
loscent, whose title is  north  ��  I q    -������  *     ��    >      ���*   . '     .   , ...      ,
ander the  provisions   tho* portion, of   Seel  ms  I        t '       nd     . ���
^ rA*- ����� ���   ;  ���     ���;-:���',.-r   , '���   lo S ;   ���������
"'  and  debarred  from  we      ".                                   , ,   ���,   ;. . .. , ,, .  ,,.,.., ���
v cia|ni t0 ���, ln reaped   In Town - "8     .                               ^];|     .         |g(    ,||,i.|  ,��� , ,      . , v... ,  ,mnila.lonor ol Undi and
sold for taxes aa   7th  v.     I ��   section    ..                                                    Broughtoii Worl    I     a Hcoiibo Lo oul and can
easi  half Sod -. 21, and the   oul,                                                                 ^    ; ( (|)|, ,,lll���,���K ,,���
easi  quarte,  3 ction 25,   rownshl,  , ��   abou                                                                     ^ (   ^^
��� ii' -1, i -: 11   ,'
Oil n\ I,
Ti..,.  n
I Ini
:' the tntei lor,
\prll "inr 1907
NOTICE.
lhat, Ihli''   .'������''',| atfor
in make application tn
Lan : Registry Act."
.Inlv     1.'.   11    ;,     m
.leeb 19    ;i ,- in
ilj ;'i..  11 ..    e-.
\-.ie 11 ,e en
\.o. i    I | . ee-
. AllS tie.    1 1 ji ne.
V.i .    |��   u p.tn
\er.     30i    ' i     P   "���'
\ wi'uiv ri; \ ICTOR1 . ROI f
:' :'���    I'i in. ib 11  \ i. lh i i   "'.ei ei   \ .ti.-
vor, t p ui dail)
i .im\>'-e \'i, toi la ,i ill'   al  i -I in
VK'ieMil . :ii. \ : I', I'   ROl! I I
PR1NCK8S BK \ fRlCE
i oaves Victoria dailj exi e     Vton 11
|.ill,    ii,.�� ... |poi    ;"    '
VIl.lOI.IA      ni;w      \vi----ii mini  :
HelllT t-.
1,8   iiiii,pi
i.eeie,'.   Victoria   'in   Tuesda -     I I
t'i i.ien, ;n ,  i en    m.i leavi ������ Men >'
lllillHll'l-   ,111    \\ ,   III,      I.ll      Ml i      . ������  ,    ! .
,t 7 ei ni
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROl'T��.
8. 8. Joan
i iSavea Vam out ei dailj al I   (; p tu
WF.8T   COAST    ROUTE,
Steamer Queen   City.
i .!��� ivea Vli tori i al   11  p.m   on  I
,t u. and i ll ii b n ie lie-in' h f'"' I
quol. lea >"-- \'- toi la on lOth
Quai in" em i r i   polnl
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
',l"amer Transfer
:   ������ u .   :     \".v     We' || ,111 :' 'I
1.-.   r i e-.   w .��� ina  lay,   I
in.i  Frldd     ' ind Sn        i
|I i, ,
l Int,
'Hi' f i
f
NOTICE.
1 thai   thirty days after
-1 i" make application to
: me   ot Lan !s an I
tin
1 license to cul an l c irr;
���' from the following d
Pitied la.
Range 2, Wi '��� of
containing   a ���  ' '   '
more or le
The berth n ' v"v"
one year after tl     ' '     '- the ooth
etwardins the b ������ -
The i" ;ulatl i
.-; ...      \l   11] 111
-������ in I lock B
v.'-i and each oC yon are reqtttred to
con teal   the   claim  of   the   tax  pur
chaser within fortj five day* from lhe
I ito of iiu' i'i- i puhllcatlou ot this
n iiii o, othoi <i i ��������� i shall reglBti i
|.'..iu. i. (��� tlonour iik ow nor llu i nl
In foe \nd l dlrorl thai puhllonl o i
..;  thin notice  In
��� nil'lls'i'-I    111      \.-��    VVoBtmlUBtOI    toi
ihlrtj   :.'.   ��� shall be good and sufflcl
o n I   ii   ilco h o r oo I
Dated nl  (he Lan I  Regl Hi)  Office,
\, u   Westi -.in itei.  Pi o\ Iuo<j  nt Bi II
I'.ii Columl In  th! ��� Iflth daj of March,
\   D  1007
c   s   Kt i lit.
DUtrloi Reglitrar
i , i:,.. ��� ',��� \\   .i.mil, .un   i: '��� i
vi persons lervi tl with this notice
and tho i claiming tin ough or un lei
thorn, nd all pei ion i < laimlng any
Inten ! In tho raid land ;"  irirtm e,r
en    nn i'ii,.ici inti nment, and all
,', mn . , laimlng anj Intare il in tha
ml i lond in dew nl wl om tltlo li
in,i ii������ | itoied uu lor tho proi i iloni of
lhe    ' Land   Ri;" v ii ill   '""
l  or  eitoppod  and   d   tarred from
letting up .nr  cl iim to or in i" ipeot   ,i g p n,  nm, , i |
ol   the  ��� ild  lan i   io    "i I   for   taaei   lay al "��� a  m
,e��   pro. I dud   i' ���   lh      i '   i   |!' Leaves   llovi     n   M indaj   Tm
i:i,023   ucres,
���d  within
whil h   n  llil ��� |,   als i prlnteei
i.    in,::'' 80 chain . i i��l
,      loutta    10    chains
. .       . ��� .,      ,    chain
mth   in chains,
easl
.,, | oinl of co     mnceti   ill
I he   M'LAUGHLIN   LUMB1 H
Nol,
��� ���ii ���
flli
!
menclnt
forms of tender and envelope, maj
be
��� al tli��
pile,.
""
ll
I
Is
Jhaim :
I
I
a posl plant-   0Dtained  il Lhl   I     ll "���'
sid,. ���;   Twenty-Five   o|li,,,   , -i,. Ci iwn Tim er Agenl i
���i marked James Sharpe,   N-,.w vvestmln ter, B, C
thence  io chnins west; , '  ,,.,,.,, tender mu '    "  '"' '""i':ini"'
by an  i  cheque on a cha   e
, .-     pep it;   "! the
SO chnins; thence east 80
:'"::li S|i < halns; thence
1 ������'-. to poinl of commence-
bank In favour o
Minister ot the I
ount of the Iwnua
immendng    al    n    nosl   \. nrepa ed ,ri I
1 '      mile   south    of   James     The hlghesl   ,    i
'  !  post:    thence wesi  iO  ,    ,, ::   .,      '- I
1 " so ith8i  i h tins; thence      \o ten ler
thence   north   su  tertained.
������   west    in   chnlns, to PERLEY
Mini
in minster 'le trlcl
i,e     i.   Com i oni lug ni   ei   i"1 -1   ���el   on
iu ' he Bouth hank of Cj pre ��� i ci oek aboul ,
in tin o and n hull mile i wcbI from Hil-
...|- ci   '���: ,   till ii'''  inHill  ide.Illl   ch e1!! ..
,.,, -    eighl     i ii iinl,   ii'iiHi    eight)
chains, and wobI olghty    ohaln��   lo
poinl   Of  < iiniiniii'i'iui'lll
2,   Commonclng al a poal iel H"'1"
FORESHORE   LEASES. tO  No,   I    StakO,   llicin','   horth   eight}
,     , ls hereby given that, 00 oayiLphalni,   woil    oighty   ohaiM,   aouth
.   I  [n en(| ��� , ,,,,,;  -., the alghty chaini, nml sail oighty chains
, ,.,;,). sloner ot  LandABi polnl ot commonoomont,
tor a loaie of the toroihoro     8.   Commenelng at a post let close
,   .;,.. and mining   pur4to No. i ttftke, thenoe   west   eighty
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I'D
I.I II
M ev 27,  l'."IT.
mi ncement,
JAMES SHARPE.     Departmenl ot the interic
D(   '' in  who!" ol it bay,  chaini,  louth  forty chains, east one
.,,<,. ',,.,.-.1 ��� of Independent Day.lhundrod and llxty chain* north forty
'.���,' , ,;1> two miles south of tho<dinlnl arid wesl eighty chains to point
,    , ������ i 0{ !-,.-.; i land, on the etistiof i ommencement.
,1  Kitlmal Arm, JrU'd aboul two     4.   Coitltnenclng at a ptfst set on the I
ith   from   Kildala  Ann.
ll -1   \;.2u:'n. 1907,
VT. LIAM    MOODY,   locator.
FP.AN'IC VANDALL, Agent.
G
will be rn-
i;i-:ycs,
B^cretary.
nailwaj   bell   line, dittftnt aboul
miles horth of the north shore   of
ihirrison   l.kc, thence 'y
,   ���',,: .    nor.Ui   <   '���'.. ��ast'
FIRE  \l.\i{\l   it"   i
following li the loi ation and a i n
',.   of the Bre alarm I ixei ln the cit)
B    '. -��� ii'in
-   i;   Royal i'Hv Mill ���
7   I'm n irv'in .hi! Tenth
s:   Royal avenue u
:i   i-' tth avenue an i Tv el fth,
U   Bt.   Mtary'i ll"' ill il
Ki���Si'conii and Park Row,
ll���Coiiiniiiin and  Dufferln
1.",���Sapperton.
21!���Queen's  avenue nnd   Sixth.
21��� ....rd avenue nnd Second,
25���Fifth  avenue and  Fourlh.
26���Fifth avenue and  Eighth,
27 Thin! avenue and Tenth.
82���AgtiM and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
85���Columbia and McKenUlo,
nd���C.P.R.  Station.
42���Small at) I  Buckland  Mills.
\\ edne idny. 1   i    la    ind Saturd
7 i, in.; Frid i ���   it 8   i   in   e.i ii
hin Saturday r, p, m.
UPPER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE
8. B. Beaver
i,.' i-.. ���. n..'.\ w.. il minster, 8 a, m.
Mondays, Wednesd 13 a and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tupsday,
i hui i-l n-  nn.i  Baturdayi   calling  at
Hidings between New Westminster
ni i Chllliwaok.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. T-.;s
Leaves Vancouver at 8 p.m. 2nd
ind llth of ench month, ivilline at
.Skldi'gnte on flrsl trip and Bella t'oola
00 second trip. Time on arrival and
depnrt'ire  are  approximate.
For   reservations   and   Information
^11 or nddress
FD. OOTJLET.
Agent, tCaw Weitniinifer.
E. J. COYLE.
A��st. Oen. Pass   ARnnt, Vancnuvpr.
J. W. TROUP.
Oeneral Superintendent, Victoria. ������ ������:'������ .������*������#������#������#������*��� ������ *���' ������ ���������' ������-������������ ������:���������
I  FIVE ACRES  :
��� Good  fruit  land,  four miles from Westminster on good road, 2 ^
* acres cleared;  an ideal fruit and chicken ranch. ���
SUIT FOR  DAMAGES.
M W
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PRICE $400
Terms $10 cash, balance ?15 per month.   For sale exclusively by
W. J. KERR
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Fire   and   life   insurance agent,    Real  Estate  Broker
*   276-278 Columbia Si, Westminster B.C.
Phone 170
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Here's 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 you wish to own it.
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, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. .Box  345
'Phone   105.
BRIGHTEN
YOUR HOME
BY USING
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
tw Agents  for   "KLEENO" T?i
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1j Paper Napkins
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{  Fans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives  i
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: J.J. MACKAY & COS !
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and NEWS DEALERS
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1 Electric Railway Service f
I
Interurban   Line.
Cars tor Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 n. m. to 11:30
p. in.
City Limits Line���Service freein
(!: 16  a,   in.   to   11   p. in.
20 Mireute Service���N'n transfer,
liotween 12 and 2 anil 5 and ",.
30 Minute Service���During remainder of day. Transfer nl
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service  half hourly  between 8 a.m. and 11 p in.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from 6.25 a.
in tei II p.m., except letween
12 and _.', euiel ri and 7, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service bait-hourly be-
:ween S.30 a.m. and li p.m.
Brunette Saw Mills Seek $10000 Compensation.
A suit for $l(i,oo() damages bas been
instituted by the Brunette Sawmille
company against the V. W. & Y. railway for the alleged destruction o;
their office and store.
This case has arisen out of the recent burning of the Brunette company's office, in which a number of
valuable documents and plans weft
destroyed, and also the company's
store. The fire occurred about mid-
uicht on Saturday night sometime
during the month of May last. It i1-
claimed that the fire was started by a
spark from one of rhe V. \Y. & Y.
locomotives.
A. Wheeler is acting for lhe Brunette Sawmills company.
BIG REDUCTIONS
IN MILLINER!
Johnston Estate Wins Case.
The following judgment has been
handed down by the Hon. W. Norman
Bole in the case of the appeal taken
by Johnston Bros., representing the
estate of the late William Johnston.
againsi ihe assessment levied against
some of their property situated in the
municipality of Burnaby:
Re Burnaby assessment and in ;
Johnstons'    appeal    ��gamst    lot    :)1,
group   1.   Xew   Wesi minster     district.
being assessed  as  wild  lan!   Instead
of being assessed as improved bind.
After carefully considering the evi-
deni i adduced on both side-, i am of
opinion anl so find thai the land in
question herein is improved land within the meaning of t'i.e statute and 1
order and direct that it I <. asses.--.!
ujeoTi the 'assessment roll of the Burnaby municipality for 1907 as improved land and not as wild land at thi
valuation now appearing on assessment roll (value being admitted)
wfcth respect to said land and I ordi I
and direct the corporation of tbe
municipality and each ami every ol
their officers a.id servants in that behalf to elo all matters and things
necessary to give effect to this judgment or order.
I allow tbe appeal n-m award to the
appellants the sum of $30 as and for
their  cists  in  that  behalf,  a   form;'.;
order to be drawn up n required.
W.  NORMAN BOLL'. .1.
Tiie property in question is situated
at Aliceville, and considerable interesi
has been taken in the case, as it w.e.-
in some measure a test case,
F. \V. Howay and J. P. Hampton
Bole acted on behalf of the appellants,
while lhe corporation of Burnaby was
represented ley \\\ G. -McQuarrie.
i Preserving Mettles
|     Tea Kettles
i        Rice Boilers
>;
Etc, Etc. |
���;
The.-e   goods    ar
���ndid    satisfaction,
giving ;���:
ami
we  >
,���,
For this week only talI
trimmed and untrijj
hats go on sale at big J
tions: 8ItJ
$10 Trimmed Hats lor )|
$7.50  "     " ��j|
$5.00   S3]
Untrimmed shapes and ready-to-wears are'
greatly reduced. 12 dozen Hats worth uptoJSj
have to go. You can have your choice for 50c j
See them in our show window.
t
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recommend  them.
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I y LUSBY *
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W.S. COLLISTER &0
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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:o>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>;:��;
Terrorists Trouble Tenants.
Xoghilev. Russia, .July 15.���Smoly-
any, a small town in this neighborhood, fins suffered severely at the
bauds of incendiaries. Oue bundled
.nnl fourteen houses occupied by dew.
and fifteen tenanted by Christians, as
well as seventy shops, have been burned. Several persons perished In the
.'lames.
Starvation in Jamaica.
Kingston, Jamaica, July 15.���A
-',.1 re drought is causing starvation
an crag the people on the plains of St.
fElizabeth. In the wesl pari of th
island persons have been compelled to
walk miles to procure water and now
th" people are subsisting on bananas.
Fully 100 actions have been fii id
againsi the Brittsii insurance companies on account of the earthquake
disaster last January.
IT'S  THE
LITTLE THINGS
tfiaf, forgotten, make life
miserable nfici. 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 2'ri0 lbs. as easily as
a boy of 5o lbs. By the use of them
you can get twice as much fun out
of your morning dip.
SEE OUR WINDOW
FOR OUR GREAT DISPLAY
OF DOLLAR WATCHES
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELEi
See Our Window For Camping
Requisites
T. A. MUIR
THE DRKililST
Columbia St.
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KEEP YOUR
VALUABLE
PAPERS
-:.-talilishcl 1887
Incorporate. 19
Gilley Bros, ii
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
IN  A
Safe Deposit
BOX
IN THE
Fire - Proof Vaults
OK
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT CO'Y, Ltd.
Paid up Capital. S 100.000
New Stock Patterns
- OF -
DINNERWARE
JUST OPENED
 AT	
WELLINGTON  LUMP COAL
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CEMENT.
This  celebrated   Cement   is
uaeil by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
MANITOBA   WOOD  FIBRE,
NEW  BRUNSWICK PLASTEA|
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON BRICK.
PRESSED FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE    CLAY     and    MANTEI|
BRICK.
Prom the Clayburn Clay G>|
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAhN   Tll*|
ROSEBANK  LIME.
Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residenc
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
el22|
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
J- Real estate agreements of
sale purchased on short notice
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., u��i.
BLACKIB BLOCK
MORELS
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely thinps in CHINA,
suitable for wedding gifts.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
iff ice 'Phone lNf\.       Barn  fHone 137
Columbia st.
I
Baggage delivered    promptly to *ny
part of the city,
I British Columbia Eiectsic Ry. Co., Ltd f fl f ' ���        Madapoi 1 Light and Heavy Hauling
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Great Northern Railway!
$ 1 7.40   Spokane   and   return.      A<
Baptist  Young People's Jnion.   Tickets on
July '2 and ,'!, return limit July 10. _
Fare and One-third for round trip to local
points in Washington on account of Fourth of July'
Tickets on sale July .'! and 4, return limit July 6.
$5.!55 Seattle and return. Account Twenty-
third International Christian Endeavor Convention.
Tickets on sale July 8 and 9, return limit July -'���"���_
Low   round   trip   rates   to   all   Eaitcrd
points.   Tickets on saie July 3, 4 and 5j Aug
8, ii and  10;  Sept. 11, 12 and 13;  return  limit  :i"
days.  St.Paul $60, Chicago $71.50, St.Louis $67.50,
Winnipeg $60, New York $107.50.
For rates to other points and all information,
call on or address
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Telephone 194

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