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 hite, Shiles & Co
^I REAL ESTATE
PHONE 85
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
SEE PAGE FOUR.     PHONE 85
VOLUME 2, NUMBER 129
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE
1901
10 CENTS PER WEEK
UDNIGHT BLAZE PRISON OFFICIALS       FATHER AND SON       RED SHIRTS WIN OUT
DOES MUCH DAMAGE).    REMEMBER McNIVEN      DROWN TOGETHER    m RAGGED LACROSSE
,     ette Office, Store and Post Office Destroyed by  Fire
Damage Considerable���Fire Department Worked
Four Hours and Succeeded in Saving Mill.
RE       ;.-.G   INSTRUCTOR   RECEIVE.
..    NDSOME      GIFT      AND      AD-
<f   RES3  FROM    BROTHER    OFFI-
v    CERS.
VANCOUVER PRINTER LOSES HIS
LIFE WHiLE ATTEMPTING TO
RESCUE   HIS CHILD.
First Championship Game Not Up to Standard���Many of
the  Players   Woefully  Weak  on   Both Teams���
Defence Reliable, But Home Out of Joint.
s.
1 one
...   eolli,
.,: ������
Sunda ���  m* ��� nine .  I Me. tin.
lh-       Kteil'O.    ill"
..  troyed    tn*    store,
Brunette   '���'>'���   '    '' ���"   ���'���
Fanned  iei   i  .
mills, and but   for  the   calinne*        J]r
he  v.iiii ]��� -  yy.i.i^
ind   ro ���
,*
,  ��� offle*  en tne
be
Aft* r   .
even! ...    m    verj
e^ m.     la  .    in  : ii
���
, ; Ison    i-"i ida*
ii.; eresting    event
..: : room of tha!
institution.   Two i hail s ns a gift from
the  officers, had   been   sent   to    Mr.
McXiven's   i   -iie nee   'iening   the
limi s the  rooi e  cooli
and    h..   Indel .mmi,!,.,    ., . ,   ,    . ; .  .              ,    , ..^
���   i ' ! a ol   '���''   flre de"   in   time  .:!,:         tn          ��� water  di-       n    '���     ad  Mm  McNlven   who   had
ed   '���:���   I-''1-';   ol    ���'"'   rected    on    the | lace,      n .,    n
.   i,|,.|.im  iiini   mill   hands,  ,..,.;l|���,(| (]aniage
N (thing m:i-  save I    rom he   ; uild
i ��� .���   fl* ���
���
1, j,, all pro lability Inr.*- ci
M
machinery.
ifti i       e
.
��� 'clOl M
in no-
mmm   from   '��� '     ' Ice,
. i .. ned the store   ;eepi
I [nm .  liati In        . ne .1   >!.
��� ,   iiarm     With   alarming     rapidity
��� , athi red str* igth ..ml by
I-!;,, (imi 'ii.. hose :'roin No. l hall
���arrived ' '"'!i' ��� ;'"' building was
J . n Ltne.    Tin     S ippertou
,veie alrea i:-   at   v oi k,    en-
eavorini eep the  bl    ���       nfined
"f  dollar,   wo:-...   lngSp ag ow,ng t<) th(   ,,        hea| mt]
imes, certain death  v., re.   '"'" '   VVarden  Bourke occupied
;lM ,   ' !:..: .   . m i    \ hii*    ri -ice ting  thai
suited from em atten pi   o enti
��� ������   .-thing  thai   was   ���   th    .
:���"��� ;  office was comp]   elj    estt oye !.
No estimate  has yel    i   placed  on
the extent of the damage, as, apart
from the value of the buildings, a
large stock of grocerii -. was on th -
premises, all of which was a total
loss. The fire was eventually subdued by aboul four In the morning, tbe
walls of the buildings alone remaining, burnt through to the thinness of
ihe      Ice    .m: in spite oi their ex- paper in man*   places, t!e;es testify to
arks were communfeat- the   fierceness ol    ���        *];,:,,,.     that
isi offii e and st* re, which rage I   within.
dazing    furl   is        The The work of reconstruction will be
tv*   ���   constru   ed  ": mmenced  as soon  as   possible,  but
w*      i>-  drj   as   tinder, and ���' is not probable that it will be on thc
tream   of   watei     which same   site,  which   is   in   many   ways
���   '   -     lanl .   going  e emed al unsuitable, people having to cross the
rst to have no other effect than rais- railway track  to get to  the  store or
ol   steam.    Ohiei   Watson, posl  office,  besides  being exposed to
eeing m         ���   buildings  aln   dy  on the  sparks  from   passing  engines
���   ��� ���������        ctically lost,  turned  liis;     The   new   buildings   will   bi    in   iill
ttention to the saving of thi   rest of probabilitj   be   erected  on   the   large
��� ;'
i'i   the   sii!"   from   the
fl ce  i-   a   largi   ��� i;- I   ised
er, at present f iii 'if
��� lar be ards,  which i!  < onsume 1
I lia vi      . ml   a   serioui     Joss.
vi    feet  at th*    ri
A contin    I stream
." '   playing    on      he
"''��� ;:;; I        igh  the  1        was  in-
.;     sever'  I   hi    connection  with  I h
Instil ution, vi   s presi nted with an address   .'.!.! h    -   given   in  full    below,
l j,,
.'..,: .     nd  Vi '>;;���    ������ - rei ting        I   I be
mil   wardi i      illness     revi nted  him  11 mu
m, ten ling     the   meeting,     km w
th*    ..,.:��� i's  .' ��� lings
,.s liis own v.!:- :i he expressed much
t at Mr.  M<Niven's departure.
���Se \ e-i al   of   the   officers   spoke   . n
f<'e'l!iiL,  terms of the long years     ,'.
friendship   between    themselves    anl
Mr,   McNiven.    Th*'
:'ee!!. ws:
Dr* wned while hero! . Ilj attempting tee save ihe lit'*' a- his eight-year-
old son who hiiel fallen over the side
ol ;i sailing boat nt Deep Cove, North
Ai tn. Vanco iver, aboul eleven o'clock
y< ste���;��� lay morning, with over twenty
row i ee,i;f and ga: oline launches within hailing distance of Mini, ami unable to attract the attention of the
im . ,; in,--', was the sad ending to the
life of Mr. Norris, a , tinier who owned a : islness at ."-: P 'nder street,
V m . iver.
.Mi-.  Norris,  accompani* I     by     his
muffed  si veral
Although N'ew Westminster won the an
initial   championship   lacrosse  *j*_jtc.   gravating   fashion.
passes m ati ag-
Bryson   was   not
... ;. ing  nj) lo  his usual  g ime,    Mc-
Conaghy,    his  check,    hovering    too
ii'  ir in Jack  le; ailow him an;.- Ill I rty
en   things   were   humming   around
;;." Vancouver .oal.    Henry [ailed to
:,   .!������ ii   [avi rable Impression bj   his
.:   .;;;��� .   his   i asslng   being  dec! I* dly
vacanl lot across Columbia strei t and
directly opposite  Hi"  mill.
Xo less than three fires have been
detecti el an i sub I i* ' before any harm
wei- done during th.- past week, the
onlj > xplanation b* lng spai ks from
passing i ngln* s. Tl - aus. oi yesterday's fire ha- nu: :.. . - ��� line ..
hen  th" genera! impression  !-   (ha    a
a !���:  from   'he-   owl   train  ��� n^ine is
wen   drop ling   all   11 sponsible   'om   the   d     . -
IJNTAIN HAS
EVENING
EIVE TOGS CANNOT
TOW BOOM Of LOGS
eef   ilu-   si ason   on  Saturday   in     ihi'
game againsi  the  Vancouvers al   Recreation     park   bj    the    satisfactorj
score i.-:' six goals to four, ihe' enthusiasts were l'iir from satisfied with 'li
day's entertainment   provided   by   the
competing teams.    There it in    disguising thi- fact that, taken as a whole w ok.    Len   Turnbull  came    in    for
the  game  was  disappointingly    poor, some   sharp   criticism   on   account   of
The hoys  were nm  playing anything i  h*   way he missed several passe ; or
like the game they are capable of put- illowed   tb"   l_all   to   be   taken   away
young .-on ami another lad, wenl  out   ting UP) ,1I1(, th(, way in w-.i(,h passes from   him.     Wintemute   was   .-.   little
for   i -iii! early yesterd      : orning onL.ere lniss,,(1 aui] muffed, and chances better than  Len, hut there Is lots oc
Deep cove.    The  party had been out  for ���.���a]   sho,s    thrown    away,    was room for improvement in his playin
i   on tin. water about an hour when -Me.  shameful, while th" poor combination and he will likely he in better shaj
Norris'   son   somehow fell  overboard.  W0].k  ,m ,,,,, fj(,H  W.1S f.u. from sat-1 by the end of this week.
His  father plunged in alter him, an.l   jsfactory, Billv   Turnbull   played   a   verv   fa
managed   to  grasp   him  after   swim-      _\s  a  resu]t  0f Saturday's showing game, although he can do better, anu
ming a short  distance.   Several  peo- e 8ome important  changes in the line- has shown to better advantage on the
ple saw Mr. Norris dive off the boat, | up wjjj lje ma(je for Saturday's game field   on     previous    occasions.       Pat
hut as he had mentioned to them be- j against   the   Maple   Leafs,   ami     the Feeney, the News-Ail. to the enn'rary
address   was   ss   [ore going out   thai  he intended tak-  team will be strengthened before   the notwithstanding, is as fast as he was
ling a swim, no one suspected that a   locals  tackle   the  hill   boys.      Either last     year,  or  else'    the    Vancouver
tragedy was taking  place, and ii was  Snrinit or  Gray  will   be placed    be-; bunch are even slower.   -Anyhow. Pat
1 * 1
I only when tbe frantic cries of the lad   tween   the   flags,   while   Alex.   Turn-   got away with  the ball every time it
[who was left alone in the    boai    at-   \)U]\ whj pjay |n his old position, Len   came his   way.   and   that   was   pret*-.y
to   traded    their    attention    tha*    thoy   Turnbull   is   not   likely   to play    this! often.    Jimmy Gifford   played  a  star
sevei        r connection with this insti-   realized   what was  taking place.    By  weeit, game, and   was    particularly    active
ition, we, your brother officers, feel the time the first gasoline launch] Although the came finished with during the time brother Tommy was
that we connot allow you to depart. arrived on the scene, the father and | jjew Westminster in the lead, and I putting'in time because the referee
without some token of the esteem in son had disappeared. Up to a la e wj,n two goals to spare at that, the insisted upon il. George Rennie was
which .. i an held hy us, both as an hour last night, the bodies hie! not | red shirts did not have things all in fine form, while T. Clifford was us
official and as a man. ]*��?_ recovered. their own way by any means, and the  reliable as  ever.    Sandy    Gray    and
We regret tha; the nature of your The young lad who accompanied. Vancouvers looked dangerous at Galbralth were kept busy on several
duties has subjected you to physical Mr. Norris was only ahout ten years times. A glance at the score card, occasions, but generally managed to
hardships daring periods of Inclement of m^-. and although he made every published below, wil] reveal the fact i get there with ihe goods.
weather, thi- necessitating your res- effort to alter the course of the boat that Vancouver leel shortly nf-j Eichoff, the New Westminster n?t
Igi -en. But you are siill in the after Mr. Norris plunged overboard, nn- the beginning of the third quar- crustodian, apparently does no; In-
prime of life, ami have, in ihe natur- be was tillable to do so, ami the 1k>mt ter, having scored three goals in sue- spire the same confidence iu the
al order of things, many ye,its of ac- was carrierl out some distance before cession. It was only after this that other players as Sandy Gray, whei
m.m    usefulness   before you.    In  fore-   a  launch  went  om   to his assistance,   the  New    Westminster    lads    really  the  latter  is  filling  tbal   responslbl*
The sad fatality is the firsl boating woke up, and showed what they could position, and the defence met: ar*
accidenl of the season iti Vancouver, do when called upon to save the day. 'afraid of getting away from the- goa
and is :; ide all thi -m.m. t't-eiii the The prettiest playing of the day was and leaving Eichoff as lone guard. He
fact thai Mr. Norris and his son might seen in Hi" third an.l last quarter, can save the net all right, hut the
easily have been rescued if only ih" when the- local hoys outclassed the! boys are never sure where he will
people in the other boats had realized Vancouvers for a few minutes. At throw the hall, a favorite dodge being
������';."    was happening. the   beginning   of  the  game,    things  to gel it away up in the air, when tt
' were rather the reverse, and ihe Ter-   |s liable to land almost  anywhere on
Snovvstorm in Chi.ago. ininal city athletes wen- throwing eh >   the iield. but generally in a dangerous
Chicago, June   1.���The    first     June'   ruhlier  around   in  a  dangerous  man-   position,    lb- made some prettj  saves
snow storm in tbe history   if Chicago ner. during the game, however,
people      The  weakness  of  the  New  West-,    For the Vancouver team, Gibbons _*
John McNiven, Es..., Instructor,
B. ���'.  Peniti ntiai y,
Di ar Sir:     <\s you  are    about
SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. FOLLOWED EY SOCIAL TIME. GIVEN IN
'-.C-'OOL   HOUSE.
musical   entertain! i ri
Idents oi lhe _  m
i the       ������ i      ,
'. h      ii ogr i  i   ...11
;   a.i ;   i.et ; Ing,
... idi* nei   ��� ���- tified   its
������   continuous  roun Is   if
���
i
���
Leaf," s     mi li        ren-
.   .    elr, opened Ihe ��� n
.'.' ....!   Mr,     0; -
;        irig ��� .   dn
\    . words.
'. Ing   bi i a   dlsp ised
��� ere    hi n      rved to
"lie-  ". -M    .'HI
lime   iMlje.ee' 1.       Tile'
i? of those vi
' Inment:   Mr. Stan-
casting this Future, we are guided bj
thi    ast.    Wi   look back on your ser-
vic*     . nearly eighteen years, and   m
cannot   recall a    solitary instance   t
which   .-.ohm   condud   has   been   other
than that  of a  faithful official  and  n
true  man.    In  this  record  of    your-.
we  have   the'    reasonable    assurance
he    same line of    conduct, t he
same   genial   disposition,    will   abide
with ;V end    and contril ;
:���>   m   successl ll   ; arc"'-     In   whate \ i
f life ; ou may pn fer to enter.
tn the   :   -: . gi   of your dutii s you
have dis   layed qualities invaluable in
i service   ol this sort.   In addition
; In   . ve  i '��� nor of your disposltii n, al-
  m ... -   i- gulated,  one  might  say.  me-
..      ,   ....        Und a    chanically, your will-power ha=   be n
so strong,    vour Judgment    so cha:'.
Clive,    struggle d .    .    .. ,
your  se nse  oi    justice    so keen, and
!S<,;' '"���-      ' '���' 'enI  '���"-   youi   attitud*    towards   the    unfortu-
.   lay  evening  for a con  le of hours   nates   -   ler     m so    considerate and
;,, ;,n att to tak       booi    of logs   humane,  we feel that, though  it  may
i"   the   FraBer   rlvei   ;.  lis.     In  spite
���  the mmi ��� tha   the       m was only  i
thirte* :i   m Ifti r,   no   progri ss  cou
be   m   ;        mmisi    ' ���    ��� . nrrent,
ul   he   itt   npt  to tak   the      im up
FRASER RIVER  CURRENT  PROVES
TOO   STRONG   FOR     COMBINED
FORCES���WATER   RISING.
;; mm rsin . the Hyde ; ark district
early this morning : mnd their clothing flecEed with snow Hakes. Later
��� n   ������   f*!! in the shopping dist riet.
Five' tug
Edna, Fyl
againsi    hi
PARENTS ORGANIZE
SCHOOL EOR CHILDREN
minster team on Saturday was appar- ., ;i; wa8 a veritable stonewall, an4S&e-
em on the home, passing and shoo*. nlImlDer of dangerous shots he saved
ing being very poor in several cases,   ,.,,, b��� reckoned by the dozen. Ri'ebie
iffender, | played  well, anel as also did  M     ie-
    son.    Force, a   v.  _!.  C.   A. Inte'rme-
��� ���. is not likely to be retained on
l.cn Turnbull was a serious
FATHER MURDERS
1        REPROVING SON
���     Harrl on,  Bake i   ind
to the mills had  to !.<
i few b. mrs.
Smalle r   '   i ns  r,
to  the'  D   ��������� It*
mills, hut     ���    ourne
with   difI The
l  for
i a -y to fill   the  pi sltion you
.. te, !'  will I " diffli all  ; i find a  :
., ho can  ti :." the place of John Mt'
Nlvi n,
'.-  a cil '���������;; n i less than a - an of
!.. r,       e    ��� ave  with  us  lasting  Ira
i ss ons.   The man  n ho is In
HUNDRED WELL TO DO FAMILIES
CLUB TOGETHER TO EDUCATE
THEIR  OFFSPRING.
BRUTAL SPANIARD CHASTISES
YOUTH WITH A HATCHET
WITH FATAL RESULTS.
M,
���
Ui
N
'. !���
' ' itin,   Percy   Bakei
'1  ies,  .1.  W.  Austin, 0.
Sh iw,   Mr,   Sinclair    and
i Isted  on   the     rgan
the   entertainment,    the
; mm e j,, ;, |arge meas.   v .,
scellencG with which i there I
' :'i'-! the many  vocal art-;
'  i ] iso of the evening, the'
mthem    was    su.ni.',    after
meeting dispersed,  brlng-
1'' se one' of the nmst  phas-
):-'     . i successful
���
yesterd   ���
ie   F    <er   ���' ���
d
���   ; :       ; .
evening  I i tak ��� up  a   boom  df
with lhe a      I im e ol :V. s is un
usual  eno igli   to  ex I       mor*
passing comment,
Although   t'i" rive .   Is    Ising,  it   !-
still well belov   high water mark, an :
no danger is anticipate I.    Latest  reports   from   Chiiliwack   say   thai    h
steadily    Isln     there,    bul
-.:,, asines3    among   the
St.  Petersl urg, June    1.��� _.bou     a
hundred   well   to  do   families   ol    hi -
i'M fn the welfare of his neighboi  who   ,;���     have  clubb   !  together   with  the
ibject *     bringing  up and     !      ting
'. Idren In c* mmon, the lis-
M   ', ���.        : ���,..;.'.
ing ei;M irganize I th    schools.
.     uired   .    ia: ge      tl
to   whi a  they  hav i mi
Madrid,   fune   l-
[rom
i re
crim
[armers.
liiu.
entertalments eve:
Mountain district.
Ci
Si mi
celebrated    his
is Snturd
M��"��y.a large
'," r" relatives    ;,.
"tl '   In
golden
ay in Btyle    al    Port
number of the gallanl
rlends trivel-
'   lh,le   burgh   to   take   part
Pour generations
Asylum Returns.
hospital  fi r the  insane  re-
.. I
Public
turns, showing the number of patients
in  the hospital during the  month of
May.   1907.
In the hospital al I ��� ginning of th<
month, 297 males, '��� ��� females; a I-
mitteel during tb*' month, 13 males,
4 females; returned [rom probation,
l male, I [emale; discharged without
probation, 3 males,   i    [emale;  dls-
iii
"i
,, '   ' acoti  family  were  pr.-siuii   -*t I charged on  probation,
',her|ne, and the celebration Is  females;  died, 1   mai*
" !"���� be remembere'd   I   males, l   [emah
telegram
i Iscobal, . ince    [  I ivii ! i,
particulars  ol  an ��� xtrai r Unary
committed by a farmer, Uedro Hero-
dia.   The latti r sol i hi - vote an i deli ���'��� ���"���'��� ���  ' ' "is (..ni. i   . n lueai   :i i ���     , .   m-mi,..,,, ��������� ,., .,,���,,,���   -i. , ,iiU . .   ,
1 " cnimren m c* nmon, tne ms-  termined to entert  In his friends with
sen, an .     ich a citlz* n    ���      lave al       .. ��� .. ,   ,, .;.:,,,. ,,,��� .      ,,,,-.
i on .,'.        , -   * 11,.  m, i n *"
Kayt 'i:"'i ]''' ' " im   :     -   -1'"1 th .is. HJa .,,,' ,..,, ;,,-, ,���(i . , u
'" askin�� ;",!l '" :';':    ,: the ���'" ��� '       have   uired   .   large   ral  Iii   ,  his Indignation when hia fai    r boa
:a:iv'Ii-   -''��� ;i l: ���"���"'''''  "���<"'-':'- to   ivhl .,  they  ha*,     mad !   that  he  Im.    ,    \  his   . ������     .���   ,
'" S!1   :'}   the value of the momenta add| ��� ,       ,,,,,. th(   ,,;,,,.., as.6m.   , ., .     :,        . ,        ..    ���,   ,:
is  nol   by  any means commensurate b]i   _, ;.   |e]egationa ol  ,.,, ;...   lUend  approvo] .,  (    .,    , rmg,     n���
with the feelings of    friendship 1 ., ., ,,: .���,.-,,..   ,;,;��� .���,,,.. f.lS, ,,., ?, In the (eaa
hind it. for you    carry  with you  the  ...,..,,,,-������    T-,.���   ,,���,..
sn ui tion.   t ri" com   ��� is giv* n I i   lie
esl wishes of every officer of the in-   ,,.,-,,..   .,.,-,,   ������ .    ,    .    ,
child s   will,   no  task   is  Imposed,  no
��� ���;i""il'n- j punishmenl inflicted.    The chii I just
Bidding you an affectionate [are- attaches himself to thai teacher ind
well, and wishing yourself, Mrs. Mc-j learns than particular branch to
Niven and tamily good health, happi-  which   he is   attached.    There   is   al Afterward, the father declared thathe
ness and prosperity, [arge garden for the children to play  c* ted on the Influence of the dep-
We remain, yours very sincerely,     and work in, and all the domestic ar- uty to whom h< sold his vote to cover
.1. C. Whyte, warden; D. l>. Bourke,! rangements are carried ou Inside the  up his crime.
deputy warden; W, A. De Wolf Smith, i institution and with  the co-operation  ������
surgeon:     Albert   ic.   Vert,  P. chap-  of the children
lain;  !���". Lardon, R. C. chaplain; Jus. I 	
W. Harvey, accountant; ll. Disney.
C T. Instructor; W. J. Carroll, hospital overseer; Bonj. Burr, storekeeper; R. J. Robertson, steward;
John Inilab, A% Coutts, C.MacKenzie,
Jas. Doyle.  D. C.  Mackenzie, instruct- .* "^ ��� ^^Z re^nZZZ'inl ''^''     : '"  :''   '"   f^"'   '      '
re-
an l
wenl to ii!- roora.
When the . as came to an end -:t"
father resolved ; . i hastise bis son.
and, s<Izing a I ... het, murdered the
: oung   man.      \: n sted  a   few    hours
Po
ii M
S     males,     2
escaped,   2
in  hosi Ital  at   Uie
"""i-     in a,I,iii;,,,, to providing  close of   month, 297  males,    10a
a^ndance of good things for his females;   on   probation   at   the  cl    ���
''"'  Sl"ii remembered a mini- "f the month, 25 males,   18   [emale3;
"r llis friends who  were unable total under treatmenl al close of the
"end tiie ceiebrottm, 1.10..H1  a__  males. 127 females.
month.
Monte Cristo   Mines   Re-open.
Everett,   June   1.���The   firsl   ear   of
ore    .shipped  from   the    Monte Cristo
mines  since   1900  was   received  today
nl  the Everett .smelter.    Carload shlp-
C. J. P. Fford, who returned from
Shanghai, China, lasl week, arrived
in New Westminster Saturday, and
Will remain here for a couple of di'vs.
Mr, Fford proposes to take up his
residence' either in Victoria, Vancouver  or   New   Westminster,    and     the
the team after the showing he mode.
II   was his first senior gam,.
ford was busy all the time, bul
v \v little real work.   The lion:.
; I hard, bul lacked com'
Score.
First Quarter.
No. Team Scorer
1. Westminster���L. Turnbull.
2. Vancouver���Cao	
'. Westminster���Bryson  ..
i, Westminster���Bryson  ..
Second Quarte r.
5.   Vancouver���Godfrey   .
6. Vancouver���Kirk
Third  Quarter.
7. Vancouver���Kirk   ..    ..
'  6. Westminster- -Henry   ..
!' urth Quarter,
!  -b W  itn In   ��� !���������I..  Turnbull.
��� :''  M-'e stmins .1 r���Wintemute
:'    Millies.
Thc following players were ruled
off during the match;
Vancouver��� W. m, 2 min.: MoCon-
aghy, 2 min;   Kirk, 5 min.
New Westminster���Rennie, " ruin.;
Henry, :: min.! T. Gifford, I min.; w
Turnbull,  _  min.; Gray,  ..  min.
The Teams.
Xew Westminster���Eichoff, Galbralth, Cray, T. Gifford, Rennie, ,T.
Gifford, Feeney. VY. Turnbull. Wintemute, I..  Turnbull, Henry, Bryson.
Vancouver���Gibbons, McConagby,
Clarkson, Ritchie, Matheson. Force,
Crawford, Cameron, West, Cao, Godfrey, Kirk.
Officials.
J.    Reynolds,      Maple
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mill.
ors; II. McKee, C. N. watchman: !\!
I.avell. N. watchman; F. Stewart, W
A. Patchell, keepers; C, C, Cameron
T. Sampson, R, Atkins, R, Dynes, \
McNeill, \v. Walsh, Ed. Walmsley, P
Devine, IC. E. Anderson, F. T. Tb���>.���-
oux, J. DunIo|i. P. Smyth, guards,
the district, giving  the town Its
time aspect of activity.
old-
Head  Nurse for Hospital.
Mis
latter city being the place finally
chosen. When In Shanghai, Mr. Fford
was seriously ill for some considerable time, and it was on account of
! this that he was compelled to return
Play���Fred     Murray,
Haggart, of Montreal, arrived j to B. C.   He is still far from robust, I Vancouver
in the city last night  to assume the  but rapidly gaining strength, and ex-1 minster,
New    Westminster,    B.   c,     MayIduties of head nurse at the Royal Co-   pects thai a few weeks,of B. C. eli-'
Ilj 1907. , j l-.imbian  hospital. 'mate will be of great benefit to him.
Referee���J.
Leafs.
Judge      of
Maple Leafs.
Timekeepers���Lionel Yorke, Vancouver; J. McMurphy, New Westminster,
Penalty Timekeepers���A. P. Oearvey,
A.  Sangster,  New West-
Umpires���H,    Fowler,    Vancouver;
1 Thomas Proctor, New Westminster. THE   DAILY   NEWS.
MONDAY.  JUNE
THE FAIR OF 1907 IRISHMEN RIOT
rrvllA~      ir        IN EMERALD ISLE
EDMONTON
July 1,2, 3 and 4
___��_____
CRUSADE AGAINST HOLDERS OF
GRAZING FARMS OF TiPPER-
ARY��� MANY INJURED.
$1   5,000
TO BE EXPENDED
���IN���
Horse Racing,
Attractions   ,
and Prizes!
Formal opening by the Hon. (I. II.
V. BULYEA, Lieutenant Governor of
Alberta.
Best Stock Show in the West
Reduced  Railroad  Rates from
all Points.
Mme.  M. Fiske and  15 New
York Artists on the 2nd.
Driving Club Races every evening.
For   full   information   apply   to   the
Secretary-Treasurer.
Look!   Look!!   Look!!!
JUST   ON  THE   MARKET.
.JUST   ON   THE   MARKET
Vancouver     manufacturer     ne^.ls
go* i men to represenl the very late f.
novelty.   Agents coining money.   C.2t
wise,    start    working    for   yourself.
Everybody buys on sight. Profits ov.ir
one hundred per   cenl.    Don't    waste:
tmn- asking  foolish    questions,    but |
send one dollar  for finest samples in '
America.
The Phoenix Company,   j
Spue..' -1, 435 Granville St., Vancouver
Dublin, June 2.���The latesl phase
e.i the lam! agitation in the congestel
districts oi Ireland is taking the form
of a crusade against the holders ->''
grazing farms on the eleven months'
lease system, ami is developing with
great rapidity, King's county and
Norih Tipperary are the centers of
rioting. In bygone elays these counties saw many evictions and today
ih.' peasants an' determined thai tte
land shall be redistributed io .small
holders,
Reports are received dally of thc
gathering of large hands of peasants
who destroy gales anil fences and"
clear the grazing ranches of cattle
which thej drive hack over m!le_ "1
country to ihe farms of 'he owners,
in ihi' cases of men who had leased
ranches they were compelled to abandon their holdings because of intimidation. There have been .some serious
conflicts between the police and per*..-
ams ami manj persons on hoth sides
have been injured. There bave oeeu
numerous prosecutions inn the * ym-
pathy wiili ih*' peasants is so strong
thai in ope or iwo instances even tho
magistrates have declined to concur
in the conviction of tin- disturbers rf
the peace, one magistrate even jomjj
so far as lo declare himself ready
to go t . prison with the defendant.
In p: rii inient lhe opposition Ii -
ciares the Irish league to be responsible for the growth of this movement, using ii .is it means ;��t force tl.i
governmenl to gram ilu- Irish demands. Chief Secretary for Ireland
Birrell, speaking in ihe house of
commons today, admitted there was
considerable cause for anxiety, ij-e
denied the existence of anv evidence!
of a widespread conspiracy.
$250 Reward
Deserted     from     the     steamer
Woodford, at the    Fraser    lliver
Sawmills, a Chinaman, aged about
58, five feet nine inches in heigh!,
���sallow complexion, face wrinkled,
���stoop  iu  shoulders, was   wearing
overalls    when    last    .seen.    The
above reward will  he paid hy lhe
captain of  the  S.S.  Woodford   to
;,.. youe giving Information causing
, 'In     apprehen -ion    of   Hie    sal 1
k. .Unaman.
F, CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
fac. $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches. douMe
case, $7.50 up.
Agenl for the celebrated South Bend
RVatcbes, supplied to the Wellman
Jarctlc Expedition.    All warranted.
(.'hains, Kings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
Second-HandPIANOS
ORGANS.    RANGES,    STOVES.
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,   ETC.
Rushton & Speck
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do  all  kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign   Man  on   Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty'.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
500 Cords of Tai Bark Wanted
At  the
Fraser River Tannery
Hotel Guests.
Guichon���T. M. Hibben, Victoria;,!,
���I. McArthur, Ottawa; Miss Rawlin-
son, A. \v. Ross, Vancouver; D. E.
Erickson, Seattle; E, Karr ami wife,
Bellingham; H. W. Welsh, Vancouver;
H. S. Onwell and wife, Collingwood;
Miss Clark, Lytton; .Miss .). _|. rhaa-
trell, Blaine; A. S. Bertrand, Vancouver; (). li. Trigg. Kansas City; ('. .1.
Clemens, Miss k. Clemens, Detroit;
-l. Guichon, Porl Guichon; E..T. Elkins,
Vancouver.
Windsor���Mr. and Mrs. Barrett,
Vancouver; A. ll. Joseph, Millside'; w.
M. Shellard, Eagle Harbor; A. Par-
i*ll. Port Douglas; .1. M. Millar,
Rlaine;  A. c.  Woods,  Leduc, Wis.
Colonial���W. II. Fayman, A. Smith,
Vancouver; ll. Wick, .1 Holan .1.
Wariv. W. (1. Warne, 11. Hart, Sun-
bury.
n��T Head  Was  Hoi.
Lady Dorothy Ncvill in her reminiscences tells this story of the two
Missus Walpole, her cousins: "On one
accnslnn, when both of the Iwo were
well over ninety, Miss Fanny, the
younger, who had that dny been rather
111, only joined her sister in lhe sitting
room Just before dinner. On her arrival downstairs the hitter (Miss Charlotte by name) remarked: 'Fanny, I
am going to he ill loo. 1 feci so hot
ibout the head. It must be mm eplexy.'
'Nothing of the sort!' exclaimed Miss
Fanny, making a dash at her sister's
head. 'Vour cap's nn lire', ami I'm going to put it out.' Ami so the brave
���.il.l thing did."
Tin- FI.nl l.ancern.
People- have- danced for thousands of
years anil will probably continue t<j
do so for ages lo come. This custom
is of ancient origin. The lirsl people
to dance were tho Curetes, who adopt-
,'d dancing as a mark ni' rejoicing In
lot.'! P.. C. Iii early times th." Greeks
combined danclug with tin' drama, ami
in I'll P.. C. pantomimic elaiu'e's were
Introduced em th.' Uoman stage. At
lhe discovery of America the American
Indians wen: holding their religious,
ainrtlnl ami social dances.  .
Daily Dudes.
The best part of one's life is the per
lorinancc of one's daily duties. All
liglicr motives, Ideas, conceptions ami
iontlments In a mau's life' are of little
value if they 'lo nut strengthen blm
for the better discharge of the duties
irlilch devolve upon liini in the ordl-
uary affairs of life.
Woman'.*   Mltl-le.'il   Down   A|__.
Bowell���You lure a sister older than
yourself. I believe? Powell She wns
born first, but she i-n't older.���New
York Press.
IIimy   Miiuhiml   Lost   ArfJCcntliin.
"Had It not been for General Whit-
look's disgraceful naniageine'iil of the
English army in 1800 Argentina, in
which ��350,000,000 e>f British capital Is
Invested, would have been a portion
_f tin' P.ritish empire," said Major Gen-
I'ral Sir A. R. Tullock ai a meeting of
the Koyal United Service lnstltu"on
.i'M the other day !u Loutleb
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Auction Sale of
sidential  LOTS
Building lots in the City of New Westminster are in strong demand.
Prices are good and values are increasing. The city sale held recently demonstrated the value of Westminster property and established prices at a sharp
advance over prevailing quotations.
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The lots in Block 32 are in the heart of a rapidly growing residential section,
they front on graded streets 66 feet wide, only three"blocks from the Vancouver
tram line and the same distance from the city'car line. Thev are 63x93 1-2 and
46.9x120; The upset prices are: Lots 5, 6, 7 ancl 12, $450 each; 8, 9, 10 and 11,
$500 each. This is less than the market value. Some lots in the same block are
held at $1000 each.
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Block 5 is also in a popular residential district, being onlv four blocks from
the city car line and only one block from Queen's Park and the Exhibition
grounds. These lots are in a locality where building lots are in good demand, and
where they will rapidly increase in value. There are 30 lots in this block. The
end lots are 47x132, and the side ones 44x142. The upset prices are: Lots 1 to 6
inclusive, $125 each; 7 to 15, $75 each; 16 to 30, $125 each.
Terms of sale: One-quarter cash, bal. 3, 6 and 9 mos., 7 per ct.
The  Sale  will  be  held
Monday, June
at   8   o'clock   sharp,   at   thc   offices  of
VV ��� ��_!���
Real Estate Broker and
AUCTIONEER
276-278 Columbia Street
x&jb&Mim ���"';t'<^#<m_ _*_s��_ra^ i
H'ghcst Cash Price Paid
Spokane fails & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & FL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.     |
The or.!j all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and Intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stai?e ^aily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  ami  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.in Spokane    7.15 p.m.
12.2$ p.m Rossland   ....4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   VOU   BANK   WITH
' The ���
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER   45,000,000
Wi' welcome Bmall accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Hank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,   Manager.
Trains & Steamer)
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave X. W. 15.40; arr N. \V. 11
II
���''������������\
C.P.R. MISSION BRANi
Leave N. W. 8.30; ar. Seattle 1
Leave Seattle 12.30; ar. N, \v. h
C.P.R.  WESTMINSTER JUNi
Leave N. W. 8.30, 10.35, 15.40, 11
Arrive N. \V. 9.35, 11.35, 16.40, 18 1
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Lv. N. W. 9.2D a.m.; ar. Seaitlo 4 ,,',,
Lv. N. W. 4.^5 p.m.; ar. Seattle in ,'���
p.m. '
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 (, m
G. N. R���PORT GUICHON
Lv.  N. W. 9:35 a.m.;   ar. C.mcto,|
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. tyl
8:45 p :n. and 6 p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.  New  Westminster  5.50, 6.50
I and 8 a. m.( and every half hour thej
after till 11 p. m.
Lv.  Vancouver for  Westniiiui;cr
I same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER. r
' Beaver���
From N. Vv'. Mon. Wed. Frid.
From  Chwk.  Tu.,  Th.,  Sat.,
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th.. Sat. 8
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Frl.,
DOWN RIVER.
' Transfer���
From N.YY. daily, ex. Sundaj
Add. trip, Monday, ,. a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri.
S a.aj
7 a,_|
a.m,
Hal
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1 a._i|
Mail Service
Seattle, via Sumas
Sapperton and Mill-
side, No. 1	
Vancouver,  No. l.
V, N.R. Cloverdale,
main.   .Seattle..
Van. <�� Cen. Park.
Victoria   	
East Burnaby ....
Ladner, steveston,
etc	
C.P.R east, Sapperton, Miilsiele and
Coqultl em   	
Van. and  Burnaby
G.X.R. Flyer 	
Tlmberland, Tues
and Friday .   ...
Close. Re
r.45 a.m. G
7.4"> am. 11
7.4.". a.m. 9
8.45 a.m, 3
10.30 a.m. 2.
10.30 a.m. 9
1.13 p.m. 1.
1
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1.30 p.m, ll.1iO3._l
3.00 p.m. 11
3.30 p.m. 6
4.00 p.m. 11
12.00 m. 12
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Canadian Pacific Railway Co]
British Columbia Coast Lln*
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast  Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notli
Princess   May,    leaves    Vancou
; May !'.
Princess   May,    leaves    Vancou
May 19.
Princess  Mav,   leaves    Van
May 29.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROl T
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van*  J
j ver, i p.m. daily.
Leaves Victoria daily at  1  a n
VICiORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE,
Leaves Victoria dally excepl M :imi,|
at 8:30.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Lea vi -   Vict irla   on   Tuesda:
Friday at 7 a.m., and leaves Nen
minster on Wednesday an I  Sai
at 7 a.m,
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUiE
S. S. Joan
1. u ��� es Vancouver dally at 1
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves Victoria at  11   p.m. on :-
7th, and  1 Ith e ich month  tor C i;
quot;   leaver Victoria   on    20th
Qual In > and u i> points,
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on M'1!
lay, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdai
��� nil Friday al 2 p.m. and Saturdall
it 2 p. m. with additional trip on M']j
lay ai 5 a. in
Leave. Steveston Monday, Tuesday*
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturdaj ll
7 a. in.;  Friday at 6 a. m. additlonij
trip Saturday 6 p. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New   Westminster, 8 a. n>
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Leave, Chiiliwack 7 a. in. Tuesdafe
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling ;,:|
landings   between   .Ww   Westm ���-
and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 8 p.m. -"'I
and 10th of each month, oalllnS a'l
Skidegate on first trip and Bella ('[,i':3|
on second trip. Time on arrival and|
departure are approximate.
For   reservations   and   lnformati^|
rail or add;ess
KD   OOHLI'I
<Vctent, !"ew w��>p' ae * '���'
B,   I,  COVI.i
���i*��t. Gen, P.i->.   Asrpnt, Vinea   -"
.1. W. TFvQI P.
Oenerni Superintendent, vie���������' ' ^ImonOAY. JUNE 3,  1907.
THE   DAILY   N EWS,
anadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Victoria Day Excursion.
etsv.il] be sold to all local points at
ONE FAKE AND ONE-THIRD
for the round trip.
, n  cai,.   May 22, 23 and 24;
;i return up to May 21.
ED. QOULET,
C. 1'. K. Agent.
\pw Westminster.
Irand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
lontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
vmi all the principal business centers of
,-,', VRIO, QUEBEC and   the MARITIME PROVINCES.
M to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
IILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
Por rime Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VA'.X,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
ecti flighted train.   Low Rates.
^uick Time Excellent Service.
.ew York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
steam hir Tickets on sale to all Euro-
��� m |   nti
Special   Retsucea    Rates    Round    Trip
Rates to   Southern   California,
For full inforration call on or write
C. E, LANG, General Agent,
���130 Ha ��� ngi St., Vancouver, B. C.
\   D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
; ��� ��� ' '""   D, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
:    IH :     ii' iRSE,   DAWSON    and
FAIRBANKS.     Daily   trains   (except
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail,
express   and    freight    connect    with
'' ������-    '     ireross and White Horse,
I maintaining  a through  winter  service.
rmation apply to
H    Ri (GERS,  Traffic   Managei,
Vancouver.   B.   C
"The Milwaukee''
"The  Pion'-r  Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South    West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains   in   the   service   on   any
:   ���������'���   the   world   that   equal   in
!      '   thai    if the Chicago,  Mil-
v      "   &   St.   Paul   Railway.      They
i etc  their own  sleeping
an,i dining cars on alll their trains and
*"'��. th* r   ; atrons   an   excellence   of
��rv,ce :   ���  obtainable elsewhere.
!   S, ROWE. General /.gent.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
COUNCIL MEETING   YOUR GROCER SELLS
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED- -An elderly lady to di
housework.    Apply 247 Fron   Bt.
NEMO
Lumb
Manufacturers and Deaicrs in AU Kinds ot
er,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,  ��
Interior Finish,     I urnect Work,    Etc. {
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
At
10
c.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12.
New Westminster   t
Matsqui Cour..:!.
The council mei on Saturday, May
25 in the municipal h II al 11 a. m ,
with the n i ve an I all i euncilli i ���-
pres* nt. Communlcai a i w* re d* all
villi.
Prom M. Fei gus in ��� _u* I ng I he
council in pul th* : Ige mid roal
running In fronl of th* hall on the
prop* r seel ion line. The councl I
found this did n il ������ i roach on Mi.
e ��� gus in's lan I and - ��ithln i he
66 feel r< ad allowan* . eceived and
filed.
From   V.   I. dim.mi 'miC____
committee be appointed to eel tl
contracl lei bj Coum 11* , Jackman, Brunette Seen- Mill Co., lumber mm -
as nol leing in th* Interest o he ma- plied to Beaver slough bridge, $16.16,
jority of settlers;  received  and  filed,   freighl   on   same,  $2.05;   J.  Sandbe
From the  V.  V. & E.   Railwa}   e.n 1   fil"ng  culverl   on   Pag<   road,    $2.50;
Navigation compan; nen! .if   Machel &  Dalton, balani f contracl
iheir right of wi oui  i  Lh*   muni-  digging ditch, $3.15; districl registrar,
FOUND One black heifer, ro ��� tied
to horn, owner can have s u ie by
calling at   News office. dtf
PER PACKET
J. NIELSON. express and baggage
phone 215, corner Fronl and Me
Kenzle streets.
WANTED   -For   confectionary     Btor*
boy about 15, apply te* R, *'. Purdy,
Columbia   street, next   Tram  office
WANTED _oung man, new arrival,
wants a permanent job, any description; willing; has gooii refer-
��� ices. Apply Tyrone, Daily News
office.
HRMJMB���'WG*___K__r_<^^ timber lands���Wo deal exclusive-
 ly in timber.   Have large and sen,ill
trans on water. If you wish to
I ij or sell, see me. 5. R. Chandler,
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C
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�� Established 1S87 Incorporated 1906 4
I Gilley Bros, iu j
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Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
WELLINGTON     LUMP    COAL
WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
AND PEA  COAL.
COMOX  COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   CEMENT.
This celebrated Cement is
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province,
ROSEBANK   LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER. ���
LIVERPOOL   SALT. T
COMMON   BRICK. *
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK. ��
FIRE  BRICK. |
FIRE     CLAY      and      MANTEL *
BRICK. {
From the Clayburn Clay Co. *
SEWER   PIPE,    DRAIN     TILE, *
eipality, li ��a - r* - elved in the absence of notificati in bj previous
movers to assess as il for 1 he current  year,
! ��� om I ii i pi D\ in ��� ;. road inspi ct er
. stating lie' was In a positi m to loan
the council a road - a le for a specified I inn for Matsq . ... aii :���. . ad>,
on condition thai all I r* Ighl ch irg* s
and expenses be met and again re-
turned In good cond lon. On m ition
this was accepted and Mr. Sprott requested to forward the same to Riverside landing as soon as  possible.
From the Vancouvi i Cire < Hay ''"..
. Claj I u n, stating thi y stoi ! read} to
. i onfirm th* Ir offer to suppl} and driv:
j piles   for   bridging   the  main   sl i e. i
$2.65; Halverson & Hehgen, nails
suppll* I in 1906, $3.25; ('. M. O.,
$20.80; T. !!. Lehman, bounty on wild
cat.  $2;   \V.  V.  Turner,    d   .  on        >   Printer's  Ink Tells
FOR SALE-  A small Island conl  '.ning
aboul i'i acres, close to New Westminster city. Can be useel for a mill
te.      For    particulars    apply    to
(Jnmlerson & Anne's grocery.
fry
th*
Arrow
musl; rat3, $2;   I!. Tingley, houn y
I. musl   rats, $1.40.
The council adjourne I to me* I
again In the municipal hall on Saturday, June 29, at  11  a, m.
INSECT SUPERSTITIONS.
The  Koran says eel! Bles slieiil perish
with the except  i i of one, the bee lly.
It is regarded rs a death warning In
In the i |
Germnny to In ar a crick*
night.
The Tapuyn Itidlann of South Amor, j j
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ca  assci'i   that  iii _________   H
i: ;li" council would proceed with the j shape of a _y,
rest of the work.   On motion ol Conn-      The  grnssbaprcrs  nre said  to  fore
cillor .lackman anel Morrison this was   warn people In Germany of Ibe visltr
accepted  and   Cotmcilloi   Cruickshank   ot strange guests.
wns  directed   to  see  to   having    this     The Spaniards In the sixteenth com
���. .  , , ,, turv thought that spiders indicated the
one  and to  purchase  i he  necessai f,    ,' ,,     ,
existence ol  gold wherever tlu'.v wer"
Itimbi r for the bridgi.
Fi om J. A. Morrison re [uesting tl
* Telephones: Office 16,    Manager's Residence 22 i
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Blanches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and ln London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking  H i iin* i s Tran. c i  tl.
Letters of Credit issued, available witl. correspondents  ::i all  narts ol  tl
World.
Saving. Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of -l and upwards,
an I interesi allowed at 3 per c '. per annum (present rate) added
���four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
existence of
In abundance. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
^^^^^^^        Although a sacred Insect among the
council to give him credit for one day   Egyptian:-, the beetle receives little n...
tice In feilklorc.   Ii Is unlucky in Eng
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
G. D.  l.RVMM
Mam
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
B.  E.  WALKER,  P
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO,
esident. ALEX,   LAIRD,  General   Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
Ever*
BANKING   BY   MAIL
Business may lie' transacted _} mi      wl '.    inj    branch   of  the   Bank.
Accoun'. opened, ainl deposits ;..    ������ i .   evil i h   ivn bj  mail,
attentat - to out-of-town accounts,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-!!, ll. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Tt*
' ��� cor Alder. Portland, Or.
$Mi*wm>B U LLE T I N ^messes
%eat Northern Railway
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
El��hi Trains Every Day m the Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
T      '-'IIE TRAIN OE FAME
.;' ���   NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
bodies the newest    and best ideas
'��   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
SJ LVXURY.     It   is   lighted   with
in  electricity   and   gas;   the   most
|n'!y   illuminated   train   in   the
..    .       ""'   equipment   consists   of
:,        . "ompartment   cars,   standard
"ct,on  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
n  ������ "dining chair cars  (seats free),
���       ���   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li-
'   " ��nd smoking cars.
.    ^ Tune Tables,  Folders,  or  any
n" information  call  on  or  write
F- W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7*> Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
REDUCED
Round-Trip Rates
TO THE EAST.
Tickets on sale June G, 7, 8.
information call on or address
For full
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Telephone 194
ADVERTISE IN   THE NEWS
statute labor performed laal fall.   The
��� i' ve stated he would Inspect and reporl both em this and A. S. Murray's
.it   in��� x:  mei ;ina of council.
From  II. R.  Phillips  r   [ue ting tho
council to notify any contractors who
took gravel from the easl side of th ���
Township lin*. road to leave a sufficient   slope  in  the banl;   so as  nol  I
cause  any injury to his  fence or he
would heell ih*' council liable for damage,    e >n motion of Councilloi 3 Mor-
en   mc. !  Jackman,  It   was   resolve ei
-', it   Mr,   Phillips b ���  notified to    re-
1   his fence off the road limits 011
T ..'. nship  line,  leaving  the  full
illowance of 66 feet,
A petil ion was hi re 1 ��������� isente I fro ������_
Geoi ge   li hi ner  and   thirteen   othi rs
��� 1 i ��� 1 *.���11 r 1 -���- a ditch of sufficient depth
��� raadi .1 an outlet I ain foi 1 certain poi 1 lon "I the Harris r iad. 0.1
moth ��� Councillor John I 1 w di ���
;    ted to call for tender 1.
Reports.
* louni 111* r Jackman re] orted on th
condition eet Gledhill road as w* il
to gravel, the new piece of road In
front of Williams, and the cordur *v
1 oad now laid close by li ading I *
I'm |el envill". On motion this was
01 lered to be attended to.
* louncllloi Moi rison reported on I ho
1 'att* rson road and also 1 be needs of
slashing oul the Township lin*' roa l
b 'I sveen 13 and 11 as well us gravi I-
llng s ime, and on motion tin's woi b.
was dlrei ted to be done. Coun 111 ir
Morrison 1 eported tho r V, hi
1 onti ai ���  !. id ii"1  bei n con   '   ed   md
etui ned   Mr.   White's   1 hi ol
e' uncll      Vlso  thai   M irsh' i  hill  w h
In   m   verj    iad   state  Oi    ���    tii        ':
waa ! ild over.
c. uncillor     1 '��� 1 ck h reporl   I
and ga\    an oul line of
needed    1 ward nnd    ��������� me it Ion ol
"ouncill ���' i'..m ton id [01 1.1
$ 1000 was appropriate I,
Cc.mclllor Johnston   rep ;; - > ���  *
Ing  William Elliotl an l   ���'.  Sandbei     |
on the paymaster's list. +
The clerk repoi ted on the flnancl 1  *
condition of the council,'the expendl-
11    up to dale by far exce* ling t'i ���
revenue.
Motions.
Moved by Councillor's Jackman and
Johnston that Count iii.i!- Morrlse -i
call for tenders for grading on Cruig
road and procure what lumber the
pathmaster required for use on liis
j !;eat.   Carried.
Moved by Councillors Johnston and
, Morrison that pathmasters be paid f 11
. postage In notifying absi ntees liable
; for statute labor.   Carried.
1    The  Matsqui   Highway  bylaw,  wa
em motion, reconsidered, adopted aul
' linally  passed, and  the signature
the reeve and corporation Beal ordered  attached and  published according
to law.
Accounts.
R. Rob I). $1.50; C. IC. Geph irt,
plotion of contract, $i..ii;  EJdwards >'���
j Gledhill,    do.,  $126;    I).    Nicholson,
gravelling  Mt,  Lehmau   road,    $7.50;
land to kill 0:10. H	
The ancients believed that there was
a close connection between bee3 nnd
tin1 BOUl. An old Wi'lsli tradition is
that bees came from paradise, leaving
the garden when man fell, but with
God's 1 ' -m ���_'. se that tli" wax is ree'
es. ary iu the ceie'-.atiou e.f the ma:   .
Press for a few hundred Dodgers or
Circulars���Silent canvassers that
li where the merchant cannot
go, A transient customer today, e
1 ��� rmanent one tomorrow. All classes Job Printing. ARROW PRESS
Room  1. Daily News Block.
SPROTT - SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
;; IG Hastings St. W, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gr'.'^g and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy ami Engineering.
Seven Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. I. SPiWr, B. A., Principal
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ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
NOTICE.
EMPRESSES
During   the   months   of  June,   J il
and August   the  following stores  will
close on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays .   'I h irs laj ���   and   Fridays  al     5
o'clock p, 111.:
T.   11.  SMITH,
A. J. BIRTCH,
A.   II.  GORDON,
W. S. COLLISTER & OO
I El
rt EH
H. Power . EMPRESS OF IRELAND !      TONS
Ni x: sailing from Quebec, May ..1st,
for other dates and particulars of re-
ductons in fines, apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Agent for all Atlantic S.S. companies
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
Following is the lo latii 1 an I number of the Are alarm box* a in the city:
_���Asylum.
ti-���Koyal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon an 1 Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���-F.ftb avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.   Mary's  Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin,
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
21���. ..mi! avenue and Second.
26 -Fifth  avenue and  Fourth,
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth,
27���Third avenue and Tenth,
82���Agnes an 1 Sixth.
34���Si h mi!.,. Machine Works,
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P. R.   Station.
42���Small and Buckland   Mills.
WHERE TO DINE
in thc
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All Night
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AM'  I_NU1_.__
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, BRlLHiiU and
STRUCTURAL  IRON    WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   Wont,   including
Fences, Gates. Fire bJscapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBiJfl 8't'U_il_T.
New     Ve '"-'UtillsM- Hfl^
17 ..
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S,N BOYS AND GIRLS J
1 have their eye., examined
ALL WORK GUARANTEED    "��
RYALL'S DRUG STORE j
i2*c*y*b.*:*:*::*2*������*:*���"* * <* :* * ��� * ';*y*2*y*y*:'j***y*y*''-*
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
1;. i r -4
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
MONDAY, J_m_
THE DAILY NEwS
I'    llshed by the Daily N^v.i  Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   a;   their
od,..'-.   corner   of   Sixth   and   Kroat
Btreets, New Westminster. B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
Most people always use���and
will   always   use   WINDSOR
SALT.     Pure���fine���perfect in
subtle savour.
a cheap house]-ACREAGE
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Laurier,  applies  with  as  much   force
Transient   display   advertising.    10 Kingdom    as    to   the
cents >.er line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o   ' '    '���'      ""��� '
the   Inch.      Five   cents   per line   for  <.        .: - doir.in;or.3.
SUbseq tent insertions. ,	
Reading notices, bold face type, 20      A  Qerman  naval  officer has issu .!
cent-   ner   line, brevier  or  nonpareil,.
STSnUper line. "  book In   which he announces    his
For   time   contracts,   special   posl-  conviction   that   the   next   great   war
tions. apply to advertising manager.     -wjjj ](. between Japan and the United
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or, ^ ,,,,.  ,01(1|)lainu,
dear:.?,   50c.     AAants,   for  bale.-,,   loat '
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent  of Japan  about   the  treatment  of  n.���:
per   word.      No  advertisement taken   citizens  who are  living in  Californ; i
for less than 2.") cents. ;ls  m^ely  to  grow In bitterness;   anl
~v "believes that Japan sees in American
possession of the  Philippines and  lu
Da-V 0ffice   ���,�� the construction of the Panama candl
Night   Office    B22 ,     . ....        ,    ,. ,
a menace to the fulfilment ol her am-
���&4mtBn0$��\
I bitions in the Pacific
MONDAY, JUNE 3,  1907.
FRUIT  OF  MONOPOLY.
Such    Investigal ion      of      railway i
smashes as we have had lias broughl
oul the fact that a considerable num-!
ier oi them are due to a broken rail.
.s the number of wrecks has been ou
he  .:   'ease  lately   as    ihere    have
been  an   unprecedented   number   ol
jroken rails���-writers who devotespo-
cial attention to railway mattershave
been   advancing   various   theories    to
account for the ascertained facts.   Increasi   in   load  and   in  si d   is  the
cause assigned by some writers, and
these writers differ as to the exacl
way in which this cause acts to produce He" disasters, We have tHe general statemenl    that    Improvemenl  in
ii may be well to say, ih view oJ
statements printed by certain reckless and irresponsible journals, thai
both Winston Churchill and Sir Robert Bond have denied publicly that the
latter created a scene at the conference. He spoke strongly about thc
rights anel wrongs of Newfoundland.
but he did nol speak in a rude or unbecoming manner.
Comfortable 5-room Dwelling on large corner lot, good position, close to Vancouver
car line.
Price $ 1 400 (terms)
TO   RENT
Two 5-room Residences, good gardens,
two blocks from car.
Each.
$12   per month
SACRED   CANTATA.
Combined   Choirs    Will     Render   "Jesus of Nazereth."
The sacred cantata ''Jesus of Nazareth," written by Oswald Allen, will
be presented tomorrow evening in eihe
Wesi Presbyterian church, commencing at eighi fifteen, The combined
choirs of the West Presbyterian and
Olivet   Baptist   churches,  assisted   by
Money to Loan
in large or small amounts, on terms and conditions
to suit borrower.
120 Acres
10 cleared, substantial house, orchard, 100 trees, I
chicken houses and runs for 200 fowls, 5 miles -
from town.
A firsl class farm In Chiiliwack District,   close   to   town, all   el
Price $75   per  acre;   1-2  cash.
101 acres on Pitt river, close to the Fra e . with good buildings of ���,
kin.is, all cleared, about 55 acres in crop, price $7500,, with easy terms
20 acre.- ou V. W. & v. Ry., In Burnaby, only 2 miles out, parti} C]   .
ed, small orchard, 6-room house, good harn, price $2100, 1-2 cash.
S acres on main road ou Lulu island.clos e to bridge, price- $2000, (6;
cash, balance easy terms.
30 acres on Lulu island, 300 yards water-frontafee, only 2 miles fro
city, price $1500, to ii cash  buyer,
Hale &  LaneJ
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
P. O. Box  268|
Phone   335
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construction   and  mainte ce of tl.
Permanent way has not kept pace with Ua,"is'   churches-  assisl""   h?\
""��� advance  In  load  and  speed'   but   8D orchestra of len Pleces'  wln UlU<
'" :Vl1' to this it is pointed oul
"1! Ihe rails laid down today are a
good deal heavier than those which
were In general use' five or six years
ago. The Railroad Gazette now comes
forward with the statement thai in
January,  February and March of 1901,
in   New   y.0r]<   state,   the'  i ber    of
broken  rails   removed   from    [railway
tracks was a fraction less than ten per!
month;   while during the same period
ol  ''"��� present year, the number wa
nearly two hundred and eight}
month;   ami   ii  adds  thai  these were
new  rails, laid  last  year!
"1 bis record," says the Railroad
Cazette, "may be directly characterized as disgraceful - ,:i disgrace to the
reputation of the rail manufacturers,
wh" nre fully able to remedy the
known I .fects if they wish to do so.
'I'lie' onl; answei which the rail man-
ufactun rs have broughl againsi th ���
Chargi is thai traffic has grown materially heavier In the lasl few yeai-3, j
ft/.id thai track structur* s, ballast, �� tc
are insufficient for the strain which
is pu: upon Uu.-''',. wiih the result that I
high   _��)o**g   and   low   spots   occur  ln|
part   in   the   production.      Practices
have been going on  for considerable
Iim*'.   and   the   cantata   gives  promise I
of being one of ��� the    best  rendered j
pieces of its kind thai has ever been
presented in this city.
The' following will take pari In the !
program:
Violins J, A. Smith, S. Robson, W.
Bracher; viola���C. II.Uoi>_on; cello������
W. Greenhalgh; bass���J. T. Coseus;
cornet���A. M. Insley; horjj����� .lack-
son: piano���Miss Villa Hall: organ -
' ' Miss Jamleson
Macfarlane.
conductor���A.    t;.
Only $25 per acre
FIRE   INSURANCE
If your  house,   furniture  or other property is :i >t insured, give
us a call.    We represent the following leading insuram e c unpanles:
HARTFORD  CO.,   (Incorporated  1310
CONNECTICUT CO.,   (Incorporated)     1350
INS. CO. OF N. AMERICA   (Incorporated)     179+
PHENIX    OF   EROOKLYN (Incorporated)    1S53
These old reliable companies have paid dollar for dollar in every
great fire since their incorporation.
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia Street,        New Westminster. B. C.
Phone 85.
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Reichenbach Company
LIMITED.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR rOIIK NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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causing  breakages    whi.
"liannol   'ee. avoided,    They suggest   as
a   remedy  the  use of a  still heavier
rati   see''imi,  weighing    perhaps    lot)
lies, to ih" yard.   Hin ll has heen conclusively  shown  that  the  100-lh rail
of   1905,  1906  and   1907  have  mnde   i
fai   woi -.   : ocord in  breakages   tha i
th-. SO-lh  rails  rolled  five ye,ers ago,
the      ire, it   ie- i \ |<i en I that no hi Ip
Ii   '        "." rrom Increased  weighi  of
Bection until bettor processes of maii-'l
' nfactui e are i o-ordinately employe I.
An !   win)   are   these   rail-manufac-
tur* i   '   The LT, S. Steel trust, which i |
hat  had  i practical monopol}   for I ���
or six  years, and  whii '
_ ...  eno u  ms dh ; 1* n Is
Is on*   more sl riking objeel lesson ,es
to th     ��� nsequ n mm-;    of    ell nin il n
I hi   h mmm!.;. ,'h iiii mi of compel Ition.
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ABOUT  "PREFERENCE.
I
1 into N'i �� . v, hi* ie uckiiM", 1-
*���:! .��� :. pm t} bonds, bul hits oul
rl ' id   ler    mm   ii   ple u es,   h i      i
p i nl ���.       lhe    much -debal   '
question of |   el r* ntinl   trade,   which
well heai  repr id n I ion.    The \ love  pv-
pre      :  ;    one which cannol   well  I i
taken   - xcepl lon    to,    although    one
v ��� ild like to know jusi what is mi au
by : m     hrase   broadening or . Id ���..'������
the   aais ol taxation,   li  is a phi a
which i   nuol be safe ly accepted wil I.-
oul full i xplanation.   The Mews says;
"On  tho i uestion  of  Im erial  Preference  'ie m"  can   be no clear  is mc
in Cana lian politics.   The position c:
Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier cannot   be   suc-
* *       .ii    assailed.    We cannol afl ir 1
to Intel: mi' between the  British  par
ties  oi   to coerce  British opinion,    if
the la-i   of taxation In Greal  Britain
is to be widened, and  a  preferenl I il
.������< I : Ion   ,viih   ill" i olonles i ilr bl
���I.      .   isi  be thro igh the i le ar and
mai ui'   appn hi nsion  of   I he   British
p* "  I*   thai   : in' ilom* M ic Intere I a   -���
Qreal  Bi Italn and thi   broad Inter  u
ol   Empire  wil] be served  by    ','-1 ��� al
reform.    Local liberty   with   Imperial
unity,   to   use   iii"    impressive    and
Btatesmanllke language of Sir Wilfrid
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and SCREEN DOORS
Our Refrigerators have perfect air spaces
surrounding- the entire refrigerator.
We have Zinc and Enameled Lined Inside
Screen Doors and Windows.
Curtain Stretchers of different kinds.
Call and see us.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
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NEW   WESTMINSTER
and VANCOUVER, B. C.
W. B. JOHNSTON, Local Manager
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16 acres for $4500; part cash, easy terms.
8 acres for $5250; '< ill take offer for this.
Jl acres for $3500; i irt cash, easy terms.
3i acres for $3500; j irt cash, <K\iyb Lei-ms.
li acres in Last End; a particular snap
for $650 cash
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270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 30;
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The Finest anel Largest Stock of Furniture i.- to be seen at FALES.
Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 stock still to go.
Now gooda arriving daily.   Latest styles and best finishes.
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PURNITURE   EMPORIUM
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!���;   71G and 713 Columbia St.      Four  Floor:
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Rear Extension,  Front 2-.  '*.
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ip��3S_S��
Cash Store
Re ,    Dr.   Sipprell,    of   Columbian The   'need.,   will  be  shipped    to    I'm:
i.eHep', had charge of '.lie' services at Hanej today b.\  W. E. Fales, and will
*!  ihe Chiiliwack Methodisi church yes- be  buried  there  tomorrow.    The   I
E  terday, c* ised had no known relatives In this
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Early Closing ..
Commencing  Monday, June 3rd, this store wi;; close sharp at :.
every evening except. Saturdy.
NV,. apieeal to yon our customers to  supporl     -   in   this   move���
|0jng your Shopping earll?r in the day.
Everyone knows that th^ ;��� oung  women and  girls   employed   m
miV" many tiresome i.rys   during   tin-   h I   weather,   anl    ve
n this wny to make th;.' Indoor life pleasa
Open   Saturd./   tell  10  p.  m.
Cut flowers and Pot  Plants.     Hin
up Tidy, the florist.   'Phone A184.
pro\ince.
Governmenl Agent C. ('. Fisher, in
considering tli'' application of the
V.. .1. Sparkman, who has been in Mission Lumber Co., for tern miners'
��� employ of .1. A.  Lee fur the  past   inches of water  to  he  taken   from
wn years,  1 -i;i>   resigned in  order  to
iccept a position with W. K. Fales
h'
...   tours.
stream flowing  through  lot   Mock    _
section  '-",  township  l".    granted
only   five  inches  of  the'  desired amount,   Application was made bj  C, M.
Woodworth for 20 inches eef writer to
won],! shortly open    up    a    furniture   ,     ,   ,       , ,,,, , ,.       ,
be taken from ( lemi'iitinn tails. .\,i-
store in the city, have decided to 10-
maln with J. A. Lee, as they nre' unable  to secure'  ;i   suitable  location.
Messrs.  McLeod    and    Lewthwaite
who recently   announced    that    they!
Summer
plication  for  5  inches  of  water  wa
received from   F,   M.  Dalton of Van
e om i i.     Both   applications   will     b
Mr. and   Mrs,  Ayllng,  accompanied  !" 'l  tomorrow,
o their family, lefi for the east Sat-
'1m   ifternoon en route for England,
wl     ���  they   will  spend  a couple    of
W,   !���'..   Laklng,   of   the    Cloverdale
��� Milling company,  was  In the city on
Weather
e  now.  W'iii'   wlsei  thing
. ,i you do than Invest In the mai -
. ria] [or one or more Summer Dresses
��� them mad*' at a time whi
,. . can gel them made, and then en-
,,   comfort  of thi m  dui ing  th
. senl   hot weather,, as  v* ell  as tha
to follow,
irl inities     were     n    er    ni
: ��� th in they are nov*   I i
. .   ourself in the choi< e   ���: a m ���-
���   mm      'tt;   to wear.
S:e:ur,i:i\   In  connection  with  fhe  ad-
uiihs    visiting  tin'   principal   places .   , ,
'      ' justmenl .it the' insurance against the
Interesl in the. eiid country. , ,.,.      ,        ...   , ,,      ���.,
!e'-s suffered mi  Wednesday,  Ma.\   2,.
For     i e I'linu:     plants.
Asters,   telephone   T.   n.i\
B 208.
|. ipeclally
is   &   Son, j
when the mills were razed to tiu>
ground, the drj Ki]11 alone escaping.
The valuator was eii the scene ot the
rire on Friday, and estimated the I03S
The Georgia, provincial government approximately   al   Jin.    of    which
protection cruiser,  returned from  the  only   $2,200 !- covered   b>   Insurance.
cult Saturdaj afternoon, having on \\v. taking intends rebuilding a
aril  Capt,   Rogers  who  piloted the shingle  mill   and    starting    business
outgoing   ship   Schwarzenbek.      Cap-  again  as soon  as possible.
tain   .VckiTimiM.i.   of  the   Georgia,   i-;
expecting orders  any   time,  bul  cen-      Charged   with   attempting   indei   nl
nol  say where liis vessel  will be or-1 a*saul1 on lw" little &lrIs of this city,
dered to next.
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Flowered Muslins
���   :.    eventy-flve and
Iffer* nl    pat    rn ���   : i
.    from   in   Flowered   Or-
Batis es,  Lawns', M i I
: ���   md   sm ill   pat-
s ime   specially   daint)
. ������ -   ���   15c j ard;   othei
i mmm-     oi    !'- ilities
���i:    12 '2c,   20c.   25c,     to     00s
yard,
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Flowered Voiles
.m.i     Voile    thai   soft,  rich    j
I li h     h is   c ime     s i
��� '  ��� m. or   In    r*
:, iresente i   b;
ntj   pieces,  inclu mmm
-   in I    osi - in    j
.   gre m.   blue,   'Me'..     I i
n ���     light    flowei s    an i
' rown  with  lighi   flow
A fine  range  at  40c  yard.
Embroidered Novelties
roi I ������ ed   Voiles,    (irg in-
and      Linens ��� Spei I  Hi
��� ' ible  for  waists;   in   pretty,
25c  to 50c  yard.
Black Cottons
Bl French    Bal Istes     aud
Law ns ; so sh i r, with
::". -      others  heavy  ami
mourning;
27 ���"  30-ir.ch,  'iz. 20c. 25c. 35c
yard.
Blai     !' ind   Org indl  -    ���..- ���    ��� Er* 3h,  fine  and
suit! ;' n   dresses   or
sc   ���   . ������ ' i ��� -    2" to 51-inch
25c   35c      5"c 75c   yard.
Black   Sw i i ���      ������'. islins   wit h
white  dots   35c,  -'0c   and   45c.
Bla* '.     B    '- ���       ,:: I    Lav ns
with   n irr iw   -��� ripe  an I ci
bar;  20c and 25c yard.
Black     Mo
(Ir.s. Baldwin was sentenced by Magistrate Corbould on Saturday mornlug
Mrs.   Hardman,   who  has   been  tor  t0  two  months   Imprisonment   In   the
-nm.' lime' in the Sm  Mary's hospital,   provincial   jail.    Baldwin,    who    has
was operated on for the second time   Deen following the. calling of solicitor
Saturday   morning.     At   a   Late   hour i for a local dothes cleaning firm, call-
lasi night she was reported to lie progressing   very   favorably,   and   it   Is
mfidently expected thai  she' will be
- ifficientlj  rei overed in the course of
ed at a certain house', and finding no
person around the place excepting
two little girls, aged nine'' and four
years old respectively, attempted to
rod to her own indecently assault the younger
il""l('- Though the evidence showed thai the
J. Little was broughl   to ihe.  Roval   more seri ",s offenoe '''"'    "'"    1m""
Columbian     hospital     vesterday    for  committed. It was proved that the man
treatment.    Mr.  Little, who has been had  taken   libertles wlth    ","    r"''M '
bridge  contracting  up  on    the    Pitl which   vv'""   n'"   J��Btltlable* and    nn
river, had the misfortune to hav,. his lh"s" &rounds the magistrate imposed
ankle  badly  broken  while moving    a 3entence'
heav>' :,i'-;-' of timber.    The  fracture      \ quiei  exodus of Hindus has been
was   set   on   arrival  at   the   hospital, > taking place from this city during the
sported    re    be ,,.,.���,   r,..v  ��eeks, and en   tin
erogn ssing  fa rorablv.
i resent
lime, ii.. re are only about   one lum-
No. 2 of Kerr's real estate Reviev dred ��' the duslty Sikhs making their
md is replete with articles on the de- home ln N"" Westminster. The large
relo ment  of the  Fraser river  v.,1' ������-   rooker>' "" T"""' street' dI8nlfletl
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Gr* na lin  -���   }j    :ales   of the prei edin
lou  le fo! i   Is width;
mm etty, n >w  : at -
terns,   f! :, i     ...mm! !-..:..
at  $1  yard.
and   New   Westminster,     As   a  guide
o . eai i state values In the city it is
unique, containing, as II does, the big |
month.   The
publication is issued free, and can be
obtained from W. .1. Kerr, real esl -. e empt}
$   broker   and   auctioneer.  Columbia   Bl.
the name' of boarding house, is now
entirely deserted, while several of 'lie'
other big buildings, where a few
months ago the Hindus were living
huddled together like cattle, are also
The few who remain in ila'
city are living In Bmall groups of
from six to twelve men, and are ob-
Black Voiles
Eolinnea an I Marqulsel ea
in plain an i fane; we aves, 11
tei 16-inch, 90c. .1.00, $1.25,
$1.50 to $2.50 yard.
Mrs. T. !!. Pearson, accompanied by si rving the sanli iry laws of the Kan I
:m r sun   Leslie, and  Miss Milllchamp, much   better   than   was   the  case  six
will   leave   Wednesday afternoon   for months ago.    A large number of ih ���
the ohi  country.    The  party  will  ?o Hindus have- saved  money since' they
via  the C P. li. in Montreal  whence have  been   here,  and   their  condition
they will take passage on one of the has  Improved   materially    in    ci nsi -
iJ  larger ocean liners, so as to enjoy the' quence
,i.   delightful scenerv of the    lower    St.
TH. SMITH!
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WE STM IN 5TE R
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MECKLETS:
See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklet?, in GOLD, SILVER,
GOLD - PLATED    and    PEARL.
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C. Chamberlin JSsJfjUs.
AGENT IIA!WLT0i\   \\ATCI
I   1 .awrence.     Mrs.   Pears      i ������  ects  lo
extend   her  visil   in   England   over  a
erlo I of al ml  t wo nionths.
Saturd M'   morning  ', ie   P.  C,   li.  ;t.
issume I foi mai possi    ion   il   hi   _
r mm propet I \ I ran fi rre f to tl
. -   orl while ago, ; ;  Gillej   Bro .. an I
r.h'.ch th     ���!��� :   ; - .������   . eccupy-
Uthous      I ; Bros, have sq
uill   Hell   Irving  whai
fool  of  Ninth   street,     ll   i     nnl
ibabl       .     tho     ivll    movi
m ti       ��� before    n v
.. Ing,
' i: ��� . ii movii
��� M f  XeW     e\ . . ���    ii.1 -:���
e ..      of th*   regl    . ���
.   , -     month, th    i eeeij ts  i eln ���
nearly   do    li    tl      i    of    the    same
���   li ei i isl  j.'.. .    Th ��� rei ���'��� ts fur
'.; '  .   ���:-.���������    w il*   $1012 16    _ llil
for  1 isl   m mth,  thi   Bum   ol   $1971 51
��� ;. tak* : In, making an In* reas i of
ai .ri..   mm. per cent,  ov ��� ���  lasi   : mi's
���m  ,  !��� tl      ame n   nl h,
\ fire whie h has cau_ id Ineatim-
ible loss al I he - ������, coal mines will
probablj I e fell h ere bj th Iv.ul
i. alers, Coal i - nol coming In iie
i I'erwheln ning qu inl : li i, an I al pre
���   ���  some of th*   .:'   li i    ha re difft-
��� , Ity   !o   fill  or.Iim.- "' :, .-   on   ' ie I
h er.    On i party,      eaklng   on    tho
- ibj ' cently, considered :'<.:. . he
!��� dui tion :'.:-��� ml ��� I :. i the Co-
:       : ilni 3  ma;   c mi ������    a   noticeable
- ircitj ol the artii le In the near tat- j
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William   Carter,   m   [ irm i   of  P irl
Hani y died   i n  Saturday  at   th i  St,
:,' i; ��� ��� ������:, ei,   I* ith   ' eln i   lue !c
ei i omplication   , iii n I     , aggi av itod
h   . ;; -.-.-.    Che d        ed, ��h i wis
of age,   was   atten led i
D:    ;'   Eden   V.i Iker d trin -    ,; ������ '
: .      he was  at   tlio  !��� ������- ill
NOTBCE
i   i   md aftei June lsl all ace mni 3
isl   |osl'.ivel.\   ' ������ paid  le;.   tli"   151 h
. ,   foil iwing   i   mth,  otherwise   new
will nol  be filled.
GILLEY  BROS.,   LTD,
A Few of the CRUMBS From
Our Feast of Bargains....
Extra  super-union  IN'GRAIN" CARPET,   36  inches   wide,   reversible;
In popular shades ol red,  ;reen and tan;  bright, clean, new
goods;  regular    rice 75c per ..ird   4 8c
One-room  lengths ol   INGRAIN CARPETS,  combining   both all-
wools and anion:  worth up to $1.25 per yard; clear 60c
JAPANESE  MATTING;   jolntless; 36 inch;    in red, green, blues
and natural siraw color;  regular value 20c anil 35c; special.,23c
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT   BLOCK.
I'hnne 7.1
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.  C.
MEN'S SUMMER SUITS
In Flannel and Worsteds
Mostly 2-piece Goods
Some three pieces
Just the thing for the
warm weather
Prices $10, $12, $13,
up to $16
ILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
YOUR CHOICE OE A HOME
West End 6 Rooms        - -       $1400
West End 6 Rooms   -        - -   $1050
West End Cottage          - -        $2225
West End 5 Rooms   -        - -   $1500
House 5 Rooms and 5 Lots -       $1575
9 Splendid Lots           -        - -    $18 JO
2 Splendid Lots $ 450
Call and Investigate
McLEOD, MARK &  CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists," New  Westminster
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Do you know that I carry in stock thc
best Pianos made in the Dom i ni on?
I have just, received a shipment of New
Style Dominion   they are beauties.
Call and Inspect my stock, i1 is now complete.    I can suit all pocket books.
nfordheimek, new scale williams and
Dominion.
Just received: Largo shipment of ORGANS,
ancl also VICTOR and BERLINER Gramophones and E.ECORDS. This will add to
Columbia ami Edison PHONOORAPH3.
I neiw have the best Talking Machines on
the market. Over six th >.:! in 1 ttocords
to select from.   Call and see them.
."V.ui V!'_i/..:.is.er'��  Music   House,
irr Blk, Col'b'a St.   Phone A273
J. H. TODD, t
tS"Agent for Sin.,or and Wheeler & Wils n's Sewing Machines    i THE   DAILY   NEWS.
MONDAY,  JUNE
REAL ESTATELtaxbv-law, i,o, o UBDIVISI0N of Lot 46j Block yr comprising some of the finest residen-
" VLVnecZTtZZTe isJ tial sites in the city, is now offered for sale exclusively by us. This magnificent property is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st St. (facing
Queen's Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
^ZTSJ^tZ 1st St. at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave. and 1st St., held at
$1000);   2 lots on 4th Ave., 421x120, at $600 per lot;  4 lots, 521x85, $450;
Call at our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
PROFESSIONAL
assessable property in the city u
New   Westminsti r for    the    year
1907.
The in
poration
6ter enacts as follows
1. There shall be raised, levied an,!
collected, for the year 1907, upon the ��J l()tS $400.
assessed value of all the rateable real
property in the said city, as shown
i :; the last revised assessment roll
thereof, a rate of 2! mills in the dollar, for the following purposes:
(a) To provide for sinking fund
and interest on debentures issued by
il." corporation, and outsanding, 17
mills and 96-l'l0ths of a mill in the
dollar, less 10 and 33-100ths of a mill
received in general revenue.
ilu To provide for tho payment
of charges for school purposes, .iti
mills and 28-lOOth. of a mill in the
dollar, less I mills and 89-100ths ot
;��� mill received from education &e-
I artment.
(c) To provide a general revenue
for thc use of the corporation for th i
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS   I:;,..,
ters and solicitors. Black e  ft?-i
Columbia   street,   Xew   Westl   .,.'���_ J
VV. J. Wluteside. H. L. Edmon.,     "
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R. J. P. HAMPTON BOI.k
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Canadian Bank of Commerce
ing, Columbia street, oppositi
office, Xew Westminster, il
loan.
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$3,500. subject to 10 months
lease. .Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avenue.
Splendid location, now rented for
$30.00 per month; lease can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
good paying investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
Four houses to rent. One on 12th
street: one on Fourth avenue; one
on Acjner street; one on 13th street.
Apply at once.
READ THIS.
Splendid Farm, 10 chains waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate, No. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. One
of the best bargains to be obtained
in the district. For exclusive sale.
Price $10,500; $3,500 cash, balance
in 6, 12 and 18 months at 6 per
cent.
year   1907,  4  mills  and   98-100ths  of
a mill in the dollar:
_.    Every   person   who  is   assesse.l
on the revised assessmenl roll for the
current   year  shall   cause  to  be  paid
tn  th*'  collector of the  said  city, a!
bis office,  cit
of the taxes  for which  he or she is
One lot No. 12 cn Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street, $1,050,
for sale exclusively.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen's
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all cleared; lan*'
alongside and back. Price $1,000;
half cash, leal.nice easy at 7 '.'.
More exclusive properties just listed
with us for sale.
Lot 5, opposite Knox church. Sapperton. east side Columbia St reel on
car line.    $300 cash.
lots south side of Sixth Avenue
I...is 21 anil 22. Sub. e.f Lota S unel 11
in Block lei: corner eef Durham and 2nd
St.; full sized 1ms
2-storey House, 7 rooms, beetli mom upstairs; flush closet; good stable; on Agnes  very light clearing;  60x115^  feet  on  $1200;  half cash, balance in 0 months  balanced months at 7 percent
1 lot No. 2. cm Kith, street south
side of  ith avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Xos. 81 to 86 and !i5, .5 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house, 17j choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 liouse, 0 rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
Btreet on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; t-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
17 iots, full size, 6th St., Burnaby,
east side, 100 yards from Cliff Can
Factory; soil good. Price only $1020,
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
2 lots on Sth St. between 5th and
i'.th Ave. on east side; full sized. 66x
132; Nos. ti and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
i'mj lots on corner of 5th Ave. and
6th  St., S.-W.  corner;  clean.'.1.    Price
Small house for sale, facing Agnes and Victoria,
west of 6th St. $1,700.
Water and gas connections.   Terms.
Small house, Victoria St.,
6 rooms. Water.
MARTIN, WEART  &  M_QU ���
barristers, solicitor^, etc.
fices:    Xew Westminster, Trapi
corner   Clarkson   and   Lorne  e
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 445
ville street.   Joseph .Martin, K
W. Weart, W. (1. McQuarrie,
Bourne.    Mr. Martin  wild   be
Westminster offices every Friei
ternoon
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A Bunch of LOTS
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 0 of I
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance C months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street (ef 11 of
3 cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, il months at 7 per cent.
Lots 16, 17 ami 20 of 11 of 3. Price
.500 for three or $175 each;  1-2 cash
the same, and any person who refuses or neglects to pay such tax��.s
within the time hereby limited shall
be subject   to  ihe   provisions   of thej
amending   acts,   with   respect   to   the���
collection of taxes.
I!.   The collector is hereby author
ized  to  receive the  taxes   levied  un
less   than   one-riuarter   of   the  taxes   ,
,     .   , ... ...      Joyce  sta I ion:
levied   on   any   lot,   and  to   allow  ths  across  front
Sub. Block l'l.    $1050 cash.
4 lots on Fifth Street, .11, 12, 13, 14,
Sub*. 15, S. Blk. 13, $350 each, halt-
cash, balance 6 months at 7 ';'<���
2 houses corner of Mei-; ival and
Agnes;   full  sized  lot;    city block 31,
.-'i.i'reer mm Si.; nil modern Improvement
Price $3,000, heilf cash, balance easy;   ;i
hall,  the   full   amount | really excellent bargain.
Sub.  21   of  Lot  IC,  Block Kill,  4-Ronm
House; Imi eeiecl ceikl water; flush closet;
rated under this by-law, together with   lot  of    fruit   trees;    chicken  liouse and
��� ,., , ... . ,     ,, . ,     barn.    Price  $800; terms   .ino cash, bal-
all   arrears   (if  any)     within    thir.y  ;ince ������ ,i;ll, ,; ,,,,,,,,,* at T ,,,.,. c,.,lt. neem-
davs after demand bas been made fori'"0" s'��� flrsl house off titii .St. between  lot 11;    one house rents for $25, the
. th and 8th Avenues.
2-storey limes", 7 rooms, with eill mod-
- imi Improvements; size eel' ground loox
i-_: ..cieiiil lot from 6th St. em 4th Ave.
m south side, 100 feet een avenue. 142.
e.Mi... on both sides. Price' $:t,200 ; $1,000
cash, balance on time> eit 7 per cent.
'Xew   Westminster   Act,"   1SSS,     and      N.-B.  'e  of Sub. 19, Township 10; some
timber.    Price $15 per acre; terms $1,000
cu.h, balance easy.
S.-W. Sub. Township 13; some timber;
railway runs alongside; ohl 5-acre orchard.    Price $15 per acre; terms $1,000  with clover, red;  fairly easily cleared.
ca.f; ba,ft"ci   j" ""' ��"��  Payments.        0nQ  m���e  from   gh,    ,e   min       prJcp
L.   leits   BJOCK   4.   Kie emeenel   St.,   Sapper-   ��s irn.      ..-,..,....   i,,,ef     _,.i.     unen.n.   -, o
der this by-law in instalments of not he....   $45 per lot. $1,200      terms half cash,  balance  12
1 acre clay, house on tram line near  months af ,    ...
partly  cleared;   fenced      3  full sized lot on St. Patrick's St.,
facing tram line.   $1000, nortii side, between John  McKenzie's
at
per cent. 	
i._  acre between    Queen's and 3rd 2S   acres  on    Mara   road,  Burnaby.
Ave. on west side of 10th; No. 5 ami $'60 an acre   FOR    A   FEW   DAYS
ti. Block 48;  132x165 feet; all cleared ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance   1
and   fenced.    Price   $1050;   $550 cash,
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barris!
ters, solicitors, etc., 4:' , .J
sireet, opposite Court Hous- , \tw|
Westminster. A. Whealler, p.o, i_o_|
241.
GEORGE K. MARTIN, Barrl
Solicitor, Guichon  block, Colt
ti,i and McKenzie streets, New West.|
minster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitm i
and Notary Public, in practici inc.1
1891 al New Westminster. B.C. 0!-l
fices removed to Curtis Block, Clark-:;|
son street, opposite Court lhe
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 04.
balance in 6 nionths.
Full sized lot on Koyal avenue, be-
n Fourth and Merrivale; all elear-
tw
other $lu; flush closets and ail connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2.(i(iii. balance in ti, 12 and IS
months at 7 %.
40 acres V2 section 14, N. 'L- of E.  ._   ed. $1,200, $_00 cash
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bridge off      2  lots,  No. 24 and
Haworth  road,  Surrey;    house  18x26,
1'..'. storey house, i! rooms finished, another 3 can be added upstairs; small "ml   between   14th   and  16th  streets,
shack;  1��_   acres  cleared and seeded   Price $425 for both, cash ���
Block 7. Lot 6, 2 subdivisions running from 5th to 6th St., 4th and 5th
Ave.;  one lot on tram line.   $8C0 for
block 0, between Sixth avenue and Nanaimo St.,
and 2 years at 7 ''..
2 lots, full sized, 132x132, cornea- of
the Crescent; 7-roomed house. Price
$10,500, |_ cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.
Block 12 on 12th St., east side; 10
full sizeel lots. Price $2,500. one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
om
$1,500 for the two.
discounts   provided   for    in  clause
hereof.
4. A discount or reduction of one-
sixth of the amount paid will he yl-
lowed on all taxes levied under this
by-law if the same be paid to the collector on or before the first day o_
August, 1907, 10 per cent, of the amount paid, if paid on or before the
first day of September, 1907; 7 1-2
per cent, of the amount paid, if paid
on or before the first elay of October,
1907, and 5 por cent .of the amount
paid, if paid on or before the first
day  of November.  1907;   but no dls-
4   $700 cash, 1.alance arranged.
8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
6th and Tth St., with one
acre of land, containing
fruit trees, outbuildings,
stables, &c.; an exceptionally cheap bargain. Price
$4,500. $2,500 cash, balance
in 1 year at 7 per cent.
and Glover's bouse. Price $475. hall
cash, balance in 6 months at 7 %.
Full sized lot No. 12 on Royal Ave.
and Sth St. Price $,1050, half cash,
balance at 7 '',  per annum.
Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Sub. Block 5,
132x132 corner 100 feet square; two
houses drawing $28 per month. Price
$5,000, half cash, balance"in 0 and 12
months
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & 7th Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and IGth St.
on 8th Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
TO  RENT.
House on    Brantford    street, south
si le   from   Oth   strei.',   painted   white,
$15.00 ] er month  ln  advance.
A  Cheap  Property.
House I', rooms,    flush closet
lots on Princess St., No. ll and storeys, on Fourth Ave,, one lot from
12, between 6th and 7th Ave., two lots Second St. on south side. Price
from  lilh   St. on  south    siele,      Price
bl acres Murphy l.andin
count or  reduction   shall   be  allowed  above Mission Junction,   .lust at the
on arrears, landing of Murphy Landing, about the
centre' of lot; 2.". acre's cleared, under
cultivation;   4-room   house,   barn  and
5.   This by-law may be cited as th'
'Real Estate Tax By-law, 1907."
Hone   and       ised   In   open   counci
the 20th daj   ol   >1    .   \   P., 1907.
W.   II.   Ki Mayor.
V.. A   DUN(   .N, City Clerk.
(L. S.)
No, 11, $210. half cash, balance ei mos.
at 7 ',: No. 12, cleared, $315, half
i ash, balance 6 mos. at 7 ';.
Double    tenement   house.  4th  Ave.,
1st and 2nd  St.:   1  lot.    Price $1,700;
4 miles cash half and half in il months at 7',.
Ri nts for $10 each tenant.
160 S.E.  b, of Section 26, Dist. 12,
10 acres,p art ly cleared:  Kanaka creek
$1900:.  half cash,    balanc at
cent.    Fruit tree's; lot 55x165
liouse 30x42, 4th    St., between 4th
and  Sth Ave.;    2 single and  1 double
i e Irooms    upstairs,    an
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kit
chen and pantry,   Full sized lot run
s able; aboul one acre orchard, bear
Ing fruit trees. Price $1,350, on easy !lli!! iln;l p-��- at the west corner; tim-
terms (or $1,250 cash). $22 per acre. !lf'1' worth $7 per acre; cedar and lir;
'���_  cash, halance 0 and 12 nionths.
10 acres Section 32,  N.-E. corner of
N.-W. b't, uncleared.     Timber lir, cedar, ami alder; good soil; a mile from -
,  Vale road:  sandle road and new road
running through; good road; one idle ning' back to Ash  St.     Price $3.5CC;
north   of_Webster's corner;    shingle  $1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
at 7 ;.<: r cent.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
In the matter of t'i
Blair,  late  of New Westminster.  B.
C. deceased.
Nt. 1 ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant   to  the  "Revised    Statutes    of
British  Col bla"   IS97,  Chapter  1ST,
that all i re lii.irs and others having
claims  againsi   the  estate of the' said
I  miles    from    Port    Haney,      Price
$2,100: terms $1,100 cash, balance arranged.
in acres land New Westminster,Lot
S.  Div. 34, Surrey;    3  miles  from
iridge,    Prii e  $ il i;    $2 .0  cash, bal-
5 lots come;' of street between Sth ance terms at  7 ',:    near the Turn-
ind 9th Ave. een 2nd St., side of 2nd ver cannery.
St., equal to one acre; partly cleared,      I room house,    bath room,  pantry;
$500, half cash.     A splendid   oppor- on llth St., between Queen's and 3rd
estate of Charles   tunity for investment. Avenue,
is rooms; 2-storey house, Lath room, l acre u\'-,<<-;- side, of Ith Ave. and 2
water and light; full sized lot, 66x100 lots west of 6th St.; large house, of S
feet, situated Gth St. between tth and rooms; electric light connections;
���'tii Ave. em wesi side. Price $2,330, -hade trees anil fruit orchard. Price
y cash, balance in 6 months at 7 ',.    $4,500:.   $2,500  cash,  balance  in  one
ear at 7 %.
Six and one half acres, one acre
clean 1 ready for planting; 1 1-2 .icres partly cleared. House, 5 rooms,
14x24; storey and half, smaii barn;
chicken house; fruit tre'* sand strawberry  plants;   $1,700,  half cash;   bal-
ii ���   in 'bree.' months at 7 per cent.
This is a valuable holding, and near
to tii" city, call and bring this adver-
tie 'Mm nt with you for further particulars.
James Inlet, three square miles, at
I1.   $6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton. Hoth rented
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey house and
: ill size lot, situated nortii side of
Royal avenue and cornei of McKinnls
uh room street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot and
cold water, closet; woodshed; young
i ��� arlg fruit trees; strei ts on three
sides; tine view. Price $1,800. $900
cash.
Om. ful! sized lot, 2nd lot from corni r, 1 Uh street and Sth avenue, lot
66 X144 feet.   $250 cash.
WF.  H A N S FO R D.    Barrister,'!
.    Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner     Columbia     and     McKenzlt'l
streets, New Westminster, l?. C
80ARD OF TRADE.���New  Westm__i
ster Board of Trade meets In the|
Board Room, City Hall, as follow.:
Second  Wednesday of each montti,]
Quarte.ly  meetings on tbe second
Wednesday    oi     February,    May,
August and November, at 8 p. m. I
Annual  meetings    on    the    se  n: |
Wednesday    of     February.     _
members   may    tee    proposed   and I
elected at any monthly or quarterly;!
meetlig.    A. IS. Wh'*e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY, Nc. -i:_|
K. ll. K. of 1 , meets fourth!
Frielay of each month, at II
p. m., in Orange hall, corner oil
Royal avenue and 7th street, So|
jonrnlng Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W. |
P.;  .1. Hood, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 1150
���Meets in Orange hall first and|
third Frielay in each month at B i>.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to at tend. W. Pope, VV. M ,
.lames Humphrey, Rec.-Sec.
21 acres in Sunbury; 6 cliains water
front;     12 acres  cleared;    S-roomed
house, lath and plastered; wood shed,
chicken   harn   and     fruit  tree's  of  all
t'harles   Blair,   who  di.-,]  on  or  about   kin.Is.    Price $3,0C0.    Terms one-third
the 20th ila..   of April  1907, are re- cash, balance 6 ami 12 months
queste I on  1     he fore  the 22n I.
���  re-
(22)
day of June, 1907, to send by post,
prepaid or deliver to the undersigned
soliiitors for Ro lerlc Sample' and '>r,
Edwin .1. Rothwell, executors of the
lasl will and testament of the said
dei e as d tin Ir christian and surnames, addresses nnd descripti n-. th*
particulars eef their cl Ims, the statements ol th* ir accounts and the nature e t the sei initios e If urn. 1 held
by them.
AND FURTHER TAKE N'OTICE
that after such last mentioned date
the sai I executors will proce< el to distribute the a isets of the deceasi tl
among the parlies entitled thereto,
bavin::   regard  only  to the claims of
which   they  shall   then  hav tice,
and thai the' :- ihi executors will not
be liable for the said assets or any
j art there.ef to any person or persons
of whose ci,riais noiice shall not have
been   receive.ei   ley   llie.'H   at   the   time  Of
such distribution.
Dated  this 22ml. day of May. 1907.
MARTIN fi McQUARRIE,
Solicitors  for said    executors,    Trapp
Block, New Westminster,  B. C.
160
$40 pi
lie res,
���r acre
miles from citj
Two lots "ti ISth street, betwei n 7th and Sth avenues,
Corner of Hamilton street,
No. ll and 12, Price $245, 14
cash, balani e ii mon: iis.
160 a* res In S irrey; s ^ ol
N. '���.��� of sec 9, township 2. Log
lei. m 16x21, an l chicken coops,
small barn; 60 trull trees; 12
acres cleared, I acres under
cultivation and 8 acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, V_ cash, balance In 12 months eet 7';.
1 mil size lot, block 0, het H,
St. Patrick's Square: Trice
$450.
1 lot, .".".'jxicii, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
'11  suit.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Harn 12x1:!. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
One I ill si?ed lot, 66x132; 2 ston y
bouse; 7 rooms; (lush closet upstairs;
all mod* rn improvements; new hous* :
$2,000. i. cash, y. in 6 months at 7
i"'i ci nt. Good sized stable and fruit
trees, Se ond house from Sth sire-1
west, (ti upper side.
10 a< res In sec. 32, Timber, fl ���, cedar and alder, Good soil; goo! roads,
Api ly for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face * ti  ll  h
stteel nnd Sth avenue;  2 co n* .   I*
$2.10;   l inside lots $200 each.    Pri ������
$950, cash.    Single  lots al  < a b,
���������',| ir   and   one half   acn .   I etv 11 a
��� ��� .' ith     ��� I   Eighth   avenue;        ith
et,    Price $2,500.
HOUSE and LOT
C* nl:. lly loi ated in a commman ling
sil lation; Third avi me*', at foot of
Fifth sireet. Two , r. i eu;.. half-storey
house. Ten rooms I recently papered i
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, fltiBb closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane In n ar; part of lot
.-'������ ecu with fruit tn es. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arrange '.
2 lots, 20, 21;
corner)   $175.
streets.
No. 20, $170; No, 21,
Durham  and  Second
lands
eill
for
near
Keary
510  per
lots,   near
.'.;, storey house, 10 rooms, also
" odern improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back: part of lot set out with
fruil trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
Snap In Lots.
Vacant lots for sale In all   parts of   ''���'''��� ,; :!1!l' '2 months al 7 per cent,
tiie city, from $25.00 to $3,100
Full sizeel lot in Sapperton, facing
Brunette street.    Price $150 cash.
Lot I-i on Fifth avenue, Bub ll, 10
of sub :���. $300 cash. >/�� cleared; i Ize
55 fi ei  by 132 feet,
House   and three   lots, corner
Ave. and uth SI :  5-room house an;]  cash.
kitchen,   !'. Ice $1,500, one-third cash,
20   acre   blocks,    I    ll
Junction, $20 jee , a re
House,   full   sized   lot,
street, Sapperton;   renti   i
month.   Only $1,050.
House,   io   rooms,  IV_
Fourth   avenue   and   Seventh   Btreet,
$2.coo.   Terms can be arranged.
���I full sized Lots   between   Sev* nth
iue   and Hamilti n street, easl ol
Eighth street; all i li ared and fenced;
i large barn on oneof the lots. $1,500,
half cash,   balan :e one year al 7 per
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27-
Tbe regular meetings of thla lo*    |
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every  Monday  i .
at S o'clock.    Visiting brethn d i
dially invited to attend.   S. Gn
N. G.; C. S. Richmond, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham,  R.  S.;   J. W.  MacDoi
F. S.;   Alex.  Adams, Treas.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 1
���Meetings the first and third Tue*
day in each month, VI Itli -
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. O. V. Vi. hall, Odd'
fellows' block, Clarkson stre.". C
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
cent.
7 Lots on  Twelfth  street, between
Queen's and Third avenue; west, side
'rice $3,500
1   of car shop;    full size.   P
V-OSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE   No.
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND,  B. S.~
Red Hose Degree meets Second ni l
Fourth Wednesday of each n
In K. of P,  Hall, Columbia St . nl
8 p. in., white Roi e Degree, F
Wednesday   in   each month,
time ami place.   Visiting Bn
cordially    Invited.     B,  it.  Stli
tiimlw, Pros., li, Dlsnev, Sei rettirj
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.OF.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month tit 8 o'clock, In th*1 small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. .1. h. Rushton, C. ft.; !������ P.
Maxwell, R, S.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office 'Phone 18..      Hbtd 'i-none 137
Columbia St.
Hagga.e delivered   promptly to ��ny
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling |
Office���Tram Depot I
House corner oi    .to St.   and  11li
_ve ;  D rooms; 2 full sized lots, 66_
132;    orchard   of   apples, pears and
plums.   Price $4,000, $2,ooo cash, balance on time at 7 ':.
Cottng-o ol   i   rooms    and    woodshed;
small   stable;     l   loi   41 nl:ij.  on  2nd  lot
from  tile  Ave.    on   I.'itii  sr,    west  Bide;
practically  new;  papered;  sink and pan-
ny.    Price  $1,000;  terms $200 cash,   .Ifi
Six  lots,  50x150, outside city  limits  1 11 nthly at 7 per cent, or rents at $10 per
acn        1    1 *      ,-n li   \ month fni' one vear.
$b0 each  lot.    Fuller particulars on     ., . ,     .,.   ���    ,   ,    , ,.
' -   lots  oil   Cumberland   St.,   Sapperton.
enquiry. $50 per lot.
86 acres, half mile waterfront, G.N. Acn.,���!:;���' on Vancouver road, corner
R, running through. $9,460, terms or Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acre-
easy,    Investigate, age is selling fast at this price,
10 acres North roa.l, % of a mile
from city limits on Port Moody; -,
acres under cultivation; 7-roomed
house; frame ham: chicken house;
barn 40x80; fenced nnd ln good ���
pair south side, Price $4,500, half
cash, bal. In G nionths ai 7 per cent.
��� l.as corner 0. 10th eeml St. Andrew's
St., between lili nnd Rth Ave,, we>st Bld*>
": ;"'",s,m; 'll! cleared. i'ri.o____, half
''."-o,    balance it  months at  7
I niii  run   ihe'oiiL'h  rrom  str.
II oeeni bargain.
pe-r cent;
1   io street!
McQUARRIE   &   CO.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, N0.E8O8,
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are liebl on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at. 8 p. m. In the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordials 1��'
vited to attend. ED. C. Firth, C. Rd
K. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM'
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at S o'clock p. m., In Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. O.J N. R. BroD?s.
Sec.
Telephone   333
Real Estate Brokers
FRONT   STREET
Telephone   333
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
80N8 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday ot every month "
K. of P, Hall. John McNiven.
Chief; J. ,1. Forrester. Rec. See.
TIE Hi PAPER IS THE BEST
PAPER FOR ADVERTISERS.
K^Jt I.ND'
JUNE  3.   1907.
NOTICE.
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
.,. ,. HEREBY GIVEN that I  ��
I   I   '    j',.,. we intend to apply
' ',.,    . commissioner
nisston to cut and cai
following
eel Land
the ' 'i 'Bl 	
;. .   f.,r   lirlMll.
" .   ��� ..    ,.... iiii    t lee-    i .in./.. .11_,
" ':;;,,'.!_; KitsumgallmS   Cial  "cense
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai 30 days
after date we Intend to make appllca-
,i'"1 :" the Hon. tie. Chief Comlhis-
sioner of Lands   a        .-.., ������,,..
i spe-
awa:
laws
.nt
" ,; .rlioi-fh-w'st      ��*   ao.   rnnnlng    as    follows:    so
s preemption claim, j chains west, 80 chains nortii, 80 chains
,.,.,.,:    ,,,., ,.,        -, more or less to the shore, then
potot   ot commence-   along the sll0,,. .��� .���|in| Q{ c.omi||(,,|r,l_
.   post  planted | ment.
' imm* :'        .,,,
i ,11, s north
|m ','.,' '    follows:"l60 chains west;
:,;,,  chains cast anel 4(J | easi
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion  La-ds in the  Province
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on        of British  Columbia.
Dominion Lands in tiie Province of '	
British Columbia. Sealed    Tenders    addressed to the
 ��� Commissioner of Dominion Lanl-. De-
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe  partment of the Interior, and marked
Commissioner   of   Dominion    Lands,  ou the envelope "Tender for Timber
north te> the
enclng   at
n>S.eAnGreen,i pre-emption  claim
���������:  1G0 chains east;
chains  we'st;     4U
\ |Or."����.��OliO60
^sn0Vh0toh. oint of commencement.
,       .    nmencing   at   a   post    planted
|!4.-Commencm8 north-west cor-
^VTa gK Pre-emption claim,
1,1      ,:.',< follows: Ifiu chains east;
n""lk'.'; .    I.'...   chains   west;    40
south; . 160
*    ".;.,,, jo point o�� commencement.
;-      Lmmenclng   at    a   post     plante'.
56.-0 nm o�� |h(. ,������.,��� w,.slc,���.
I'"��� ,",:���' \ ,;,..cns   pn-.-mption  clalir
t: ' I ' '     . Minora ���   iiiii ehains cast
Commencing at a post plant-
bay given name of Indepen-
not . i. ��� ci.. i under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," shall be
tor* . estopped an I debarre 1 from
Ing up any claim to or in respect
of the said land so sold for taxes as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register Alice 13.
McDougall, as the owner in Fee
Simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from ] Department of the Interior, and mark- Berth No. 521," will he receive Iat this
the Mayor and Treasurer of the City ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim-, Department until 12 o'clock noon on
of New Westminster, to Alice 13. Mc- her Berth No. 518," will he received j Wednesday, the 21th day of July, 1907,
Dougall, bearing date the 13th day of at this Department until 12 o'clock , for a license to cut Umber on berth
January, A. D., 1906, of all and singular noon on Wednesday, the 24th day of i No. 521, comprising lands situate in
that certain parcel or tract of land July. 1907, for a license to cut timber the Province of British Columbia, to
and premises situate, lying and being   on Berth  No.  518, comprising   lands   the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake
situate in the Province of British Col-   and comprising 5 blocks, described as
umbia to the west of Chehalis Creek' follows;
and described as follows: Block   1,���Comprising  that    portion
Timber Berth No. 518,    comprising, outside Timber Berth No. 4t, Block 1,
For. 25 Cts-
We will send to any
address, post prepaid, a
Good Tooth Brush
and a 25-cent box
Tooth Powder
In the City of New Westminster, in
the province of British Columbia,
more particularly known and de-
scribed as: Subdivision 20 of Lots 8
and 9 Suburban Block 3.
thai portion of Section 23 lying north ' aml Timber Berth 25. Block 1, of Sec
Vou and each of you are required to   of Timber Berth 280 and that portion
tion 2:;.
contest   the   claim   of   the   tax   pur
.   of Section 32    outside Timber Berth , of    thi
Township I. Rang ��� 30,  Wesl
6th Meridian,    containing an
chains west, SO chains south, su chains
east, more or less to shore, thence
along shore to point ot commencement.
No. 22
eel  ia  a
(lenl Bay situai-i about 2 miles south  chaser within forty-five days from the   -(;l a'"' Sili'l IjHI'th 280, iu Township   area of 387 acres, more or less.
east of the north end of Constle Is-  date of the first  publication of  this  4. Range 30, West of the 6th Meridian;      ,!1(K'!< 2.���Bounded on the west by
also the north half an.l the south-east Chehalis Creek, on the east, by Timber
quarter of Section 26, the north half npl'th 298 Block l.an.l the eas' bound-
and  the south-west  quarter   Section   ar>'  of  same produced    northerly to
Timber Berth 298 Block 2; on the
north by Timber fieri h 2'il Block 2,
and 298 Block 2: and on the south by
Timber Berth 254 Block 1, containing
an area of 72." acres, more or less.
Block 3.���Commencing at the south
east   corner   of   Timber    Berth  298
New lot Stamp Mat Patterns just to hand.
'f'/^rowsP:T6TcCmsC^T-: land ��n easl  bank  ol  Kittimat Arm, notice, otherwise I shall register Alice
,1'"1"'"   s��   chains  south,    40  chains B. McDougall as owner, thereof in fee.
oast,  in chains north,  10 chains east,  And  ! direct that publication of this
40   ehains   north,   80   chains   west
point of commencement,
r  TU'north "T6b   chains west;    40
I ' .oinl ���"  ��� "cement
��� . pne|ng   m'    a   post    Planted
....    n0rth ..: the north-west cor-
,    \ Green's  pre-emption chum.
follows :  4D Chains we'St;
'.:.,'     ,. chains east;    160
th to point ei" commencement.
. mencing   at    a   post    planted
north ..: 'i>" north-west cor-
...  v Green's pr mptlon claim,
,.' as follows: 80 chains west e
-   .  halus east- 80 chains
.,, . . ol commencement.
;,.   _   post    planted I east, 80 chains south, 80 chains west
No. :'.:. Commencing at posl planted
about 20 miles iouth of Kittimat Indian village on Devastation channel
on east bank ancl about 50 yards south
of the  Hot Springs, thence 80 chains
.. ncing
���
...n.s north of the north-west cpr-
v Green's pre-emption claim,
f pis follows :  IGI) chains east;
1 ,, ���  iflo chains west; anel 40
n  to t!'''  point of comm. in	
south;
more or less to the shore then along
the shore to point of commencement.
N'o. 24, Commencing al posl planted
emsenon_ ..:''.i.'',iorUi-.'si'c';;:-   about  15 miles north of Harttery Bay
K A. Green's pre-emption claim, | on   eas;    bank   of  Kittimat  Arm     on
:   lL\LchBr)%���*A   Hawkesbury Island  thence 40 chains
east, 160 chains north, 40 chains west,
to notice for thirty days in a daily news-
I aper published at New Westminster
will be gooel and sufficient service
thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia this 25th day of April,
A, D.. 1907.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To   William   Edmonds,  Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
_Y, the east bait Section _\ th. north
half Section 32, Sections :;:;, 31. r'b
and theese portions of Section 25 and
thi outside Timber Berths 2S0, 264 and
272. in Township 4, Range 1, West of
the 7th Meridian;  also Sections 2, 4,
PlirHc^ Drug, Spectacle
and Seed Store
4e) chains nortii;
40    chains     nortii;     40;
,. :V so chains south;  120 chains
st to point of commencement.
mmencing   at   a   post    planted
l19  north   of  the  south-west
ltion No-  26, then running
;., .  . hains  west;   40 cha ns
��� ns east ;    and  40  chains
point ol commencement.
Commencing    e.t    a    post     planted
ns north ot the south-west
Hon  No-   26,  then  running
0 . chains west: 4o chains
chains  east;   40 chains  north
., nmencement.
planted
5, the north half and south-east quarter Section 6, Sections 7, S, the north j Block 2, thence north-easterly at right
half and the south-west quarter Sec-   angles to the   easterly boundary    of
tion 9, the south-east quarter Section  saitl Berth 29S Block 2, 2 miles; thence
10, the south half Section IG, the south ' north-westerly at right angles to last
half and the north-west quarter Sec-   course, 54 cliains; thence south west-
tion 17, the north half and south-east.   erly, at right angles to last course. 2
ami  those claiming through or under! quarter Section IS, the south half and , nii'es to easterly   boundary   of   said
them,   and  all  persons   claiming  any i north-west quarter Section    19,   and I Berth 298 Block 2; thence south-east-
virtue Of j th0ge portions of    Sections 1, 2,    tbe   er!>' ;l,on" s:*i'l  boundary to  place of
11, and Section 12,. beginning, excluding    therefrom   any
I
��� i  point   "I'  commenceme
g 640 a res, m ire or less
WM.   MOODY,
FRANK VANDALL,
Locator
Frank S'and ill.
March 21, 19"..
it.
interest In the said land by
more or less, to shore then along shore  an>'  unregistered instrument, and all j east half section 11, and Section 12,   beginning, excluding   therefrom
to point   of  commencement. persons claiming any interest in the   West of    Timber Berths 272 and 302,' P��rti��n cf   Timber Berth   308, which
No. 25. Commencing at post planted I Sili(1 land '��' descent, whose title is m xownship 5, Range 1, West of the might fall within the same, containing
about 10 miles north of Hartley Bay DOt registered under the provisions of ;th Meridian: also Section 12, the an area of 864 acres, more or less.
on east bank of Kittimat Arm on th* "Land Registry Act," shall be east ha]f section 24, and the south-
Hawkesburj Island on a small creek, I forever estopped and debarred from east quarter Section 25, Township 5,
thence 12*) cliains south, 40 chains setting up any claim to or in respect | Range 2, West of the 7th Meridian,
east, 40 chains north, JU chains east, of the said land so sold for taxes I containing an area of 13.025 acres,
M)  chains   north,   10  chains   west,  to   as   provided   by   the   "Land   Regtsiry; more or less.
^Cl The berth must be surveyed within
    one year after the date of ibe notice
NOTICE. awarding the berth.
  The regulations   under   which  a 11-
Take notice that    thirtv davs after ! cense will    be    issued,    also printed
.. lng    at    a    post
;:;:'.,;;i J;:.!*���.!-!,  chains north   10 chains west, to point
���   follows: 160 chains west;  0f commencement.
ith;     160  ch.ous * ast ;     ���*''
So. 26. Commencing at posl planted
about  one  n I e   and  a   quarter  wesl
of Kiakiata Bay Indian village, on the
north hank of bay, thence 160 chains
north,   10  chains east;   more or less
te>  Indian   Reserve   line, thence   160
chains   south   along   Reserve   line   to
shore,   then  along shore  to  point  of
commeni ement,
W. H. MOODY.
FRANK   VANDALL;
Locators.
Located  Apr'.! Gth, 1907.
date 1  intend to make application to ' forms of tender ami envelope, may be
O    :\_e MvV'N
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[SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME-
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
.... .... Dominion Lamls with
.  ., dlway Bell In British Colum-
. hom (steaded by any per
Bon who Is the sole head of a family.
male over 13 years of   age, t i
the ���     ui oi     _e-q larter   Bed I in ol
IC .more oi  less.
mus     ������ ma le personally at
the       :   md o B e : ir the district in
.��� . ea 1 is situate.
mmm--" ider Is required to per-
I  "   - ���  con 111. ma connected therewith m ler one oi the following plans:
tl i   At leasl six months' i esi lence
ti:   cultivation of   the lan 1 ln
ear foi thre ��� years.
(2)   if the I ither (or mother, if the
dei ea ied), of the homestea I-
��� ; up m .i farm In tit" vicinity
' ind ent* r id for,  the   require-
to residente may be sat:sfl ��� I
. . m   resl bug   \\irh  the
: or moth
:' tli" settler lias lin perman
leni ���' upon farming land own
i In the vicinity of his home-
the   re ; ilroraonta   a*  to resl-
i.v be satl .fied   by resi lence
el I    I I'i I.
a '���   .��� in writing should
,j to tie"   c imml8slon ir of Do
- Lan i    .   i ittawa of Intention
' ii .. itent.
n Is m iy : e purchased at $1"
Cor so    i oal ami $20 tor an-
Noi  more than   320 acres
acqulrej by cue Individual or
Royalty at the rate of ten
api
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a license to cut anl carry
away timber from the following described lands:
N'o 1.���Commencing at a posl plant-
eel on the west side of Twenty-Five
Mile Creek and marked .lames Sharpe,
N'o.   1   pos;:    thence  40  chains  west;
Block 4.���Commencing at a point
on the easterly boundary of Timber
Berth 302 Block 1, 5 chains southeasterly from the north-east, corner
thereof; thence south-easterly along
saiel easterly boundary SO chains.more
or less, to the angle in said east
boundary of Timber Berth 302; thence
north-easterly, at right angles to last
course following the boundary of said
Berth 302, 40 chains; thence northwesterly paralled to first course SO
chains, more or less, to correspond
with length of first course; thence
south-westerly     parallel     to    second
obtained at this Department or at the
office of tbe Crown Timber Agent at
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender  must  be  accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered   course   40 chains, to   point of com- j thence alon
bank in favour of the Deputy of the   mencement, containing an area of 320 I mencement.
to point of commencement.
5. Commencing at a post set close
to No, 4 stake, thence west eighty
chains, south eighty chains, east eighty chains and north eighty cliains to
point   of   commencement.
J.  P. THOMPSON.
New Westminster, B. C, 30th May.
1007.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after date we intend to apply to
the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to
cut and carry away the timber from
jthe following described lands, situate
in the Kitsumgallum  valley:
Claim No. 40���Commencing at post
planted S. E. corner about 20 miles
up from the mouth of North Pork of
the Kitsumgallum river above Kitsumgallum lake, thence running as
follows: 40 chains west, Sn chains
north, 40 chains east, 40 chains north,
40 chains east, 80 chains south, 40
chains west, 40 chains south to point
of commencement.
Claim N'o. 41.���Commencing at post
planted at the head of Kitsumgallum
lake on west bank about 20 cliains
south of the mouth of Kitsumgallum
river where it enters lake, thence 40
iSv.iins west, 160 cbains south, 10
chains east more or less to the shore,
shore to poinl  of corn-
Minister of the Interior, for the am- . acres, more or les.
NOTICE.
N'OTICE Is hereby given that 2n
lays after date, we intend to applyto
the  Hon.    Chief    Commissioner    of
ount of the bonus which tbe applicant
, ���. ..;,., , )(is prepared to pay for a license.   ���
The highest or any tend'':1 not nec-
essai tly accepted.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G.  KEYES.
a     special   gharp
away  tim-
described
Lands   and   Works    for
li i'ii)..   to  cut   and  carry
her  from    the    following
lauds,  situated  in the  coast   eiistrict:
Beginning at i po3l plante el hea I
if small ' so ; h si le i :' Broughton
isl ind about one mile easl of Booker
Lagoon, thence north 10 chains, west
SO chains, nortii 80 chains, east 40
eliains. south 10 chains, east 40
i hains. south :'t chains, east I"
ehains. south 10 chains, west 10
chains to point of commencement,
THE   M'LAUGHLl.N   LUMBER   CO.,
LTD.
Vancouver, B. C, May 27. 1907.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
chains; thence nortii SO chains; thence
we'st 411 chains, to point of commencement.
No.   2.���Conimencing    at     a     post
planted one  mile    south    o��    .lames
pe's No. l post
chains; thence south80 chains; thence
easl SO chains; thence north SO
chains; thence west 40 chain-, to
point of commencement,
JAMES SHARPE.
Tenders   for   License   :o   cut   Timber
on Dominion  Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
Block 5.���Commencing al a point on
the easterly shore of Chehalis  Lake,
.".ii chains southerly from northerly
en.l of said lake; thence southerly
along said easterly shore >f lake. 21!'
miles In direct distance, with a depth
of 67 chains on said east shore, meas-
thence west 40 j
. irinn | Department of ihe Interior
Secretary.
Claim No. 12.���Commencing ;it post
planted about 20 chains south of the
north west of T. L. No. 7941, thence
40 chains west, 160 cliains south, 10
cbains east, 160 chains north to point
of commencement.
Claim No. 43.���Commencing at post
planted  at the north  west  corner ot
N'OTICE thai applicatl in ha ���
in register Florence Marj
Simple
i
:
Ce ���
e  ;
11
for.
TAK I
been m i '������
i;veli feh .i; t'.e owm r In Fee
under a Tax Saie Deed from The Cor-
p nation of the' Districl of Burnaby, to
James Cunningham, ' ''aring date the
10th daj of Man _, V, D., 1902, of all
_nd slngulur the' ce tain ; arcel or
tract .et land and : remises sltuati.
lying and being In the l>M:i'-; of New
Wi stminster, in the Provim < ol Bri-
t| i Columbia, ni ire partlcula Ij
known an : d ���- irl ��� d as uubdlvl I i
23 and 21 of su i llvlsion "A" of lol 29,
group L.
You and each of you are hereby re-
���i' ton of 2,000 pounds shall be  ,,���(,,.,,,|  ,,, contesi   the  claims of  the
'tax  purchaser  within  forty-five days
it,,;;, the date .-f the first publication
of this notice, othi rwlse
I .,��� Florence Mary Eveleigh as owner
lhi ivoi  in  fi
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
Lhe Commissioner of Dominion Lauds,
Departmenl of the Interior, and mark-j
e 1 on thje envelope "Ti a I ���- for Timber Bi rth N'o. 516," will be received at
this Depar ment until 12 o'clock noon
.n Wednesday, the Sth day of June,
1907, for a license to cul timber on
Berth No. 516, comprising lamls sltu-
:������ in the Province of British Colum-
described a sfollows:- tho8e P��rtlons '" tho :"1Win" hv'hU
which lie to the west of Chehalis Lake
e.10, comprising ....   .     ..     _.   .
Tenders for License tc Cut Timber on
Dcninion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to the
Commissioner    of    Dominion    Lands,
i Department of the Interior, and mark-
i ed e'tt the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No. 519," will be received
:;   this Department    until 12 o'clock
aeon ,en  Wednesday, the 24th day of
July, 1907, for a license to cut timber
on Berth No. 519, comprising   lan is
situate ill the Province of British Columbia  on  the    west  side of Chehalis
Lake and described as follows:
Timber Berth   N'o.  519, comprising
Berth  No,
'I on the gr iss output.
W. W, CORY,
he Minister of the In-
"'puiy of
terlor,
l;    Unauthorized   publication
advertisement   will nol i.e. i
:
l shall re [Is-
���igh as owner
And  I hereby direel
ieia. ami
Timber
Se .lions 27, 2S, 33, 34, an l the Easl
halves of Sections 29 and "2 In Town-
siei.e is. Range 2::. Wesl of the 6th
Meridian, containing an ar \i of 5
square miles, more or less,
The i" rth must be surveye 1 within
one year after the date of tii" notice
awarding the berth,
The regulations under which .1 il-
c. use will be Issued, als ��� prlnte 1
fe rms of ten ier and envelope, may be :
ol tanled al this Departmenl or al the
office of the Crown Timber Agent al
New   Westminster,  B,  C
Each  tender  must be accompanied
and outside of Timb* r Berth 302 Block
2, namely, S< ctlons 26, 27. the' north
half of Section 28, the south half of
Si ction 33, the south h ilf anel the
noi tli ��� asl quarter of See: lon 3 i, Section 35, Township 5, aud Sei tions 1,
2, the easl half of Section 3, the nortii
easl quarter of Sim tion 10, Section 11,
Ihe south half of Section 12, the south
wesl quarter of Section 11, and the
south-easl quarter of Section 15, In
Township 0, eill in Range 1, West of
the 7th Meridian, containing an area
of 1,310 acres, mor,' or less.
The berth musl be Bujyeyed within
one vear after tli" date of the notice
at right angles   to the general)location No.42, thence 40 ehains west,
160 chains south, 40 chains east, 160
chains north to point of commencement.
Claim N'o. 11.���Commencing at post.
planted at the north west corner of
location Xo. 42, thence 40 chains west,
160 chains south, 40 chains east, 100
chains north to point of commencement.
Claim No, 15.���Commencing at tho
north west corner of location No, 14,
thence 40 chains west, 1G0 chains
south, 40 chains east, 160 chains north
to point of commencement.
of the Deputy of the      ,,, ...,,.��� ,        ,    ,    ,
Claim  No.  41,.���Post  planted at  the
north  west corner of location No. 42,
j thence  80   chains  west,     120    chains
north, 10 cbains east, 80 chains south,
10   cliains east,   40   chains  south    t 1
point  of commencement.
Claim No. 47.���Post planted at the
nortii west corner of location N'o. It.
thence 40 chains west. 160 chains
north, 40 chains east, n;n chain;
south to point eef commencement,
Claim N'o. IS.���Post planted about
10 chains north of the north we sl
corner of T. L. No, 7943, thence 160
chains west, 10 chains south, 180
chains east, more' or less to river,
thence along river to point of commencement,
Claim No. 19.���Post plante.1 at the
nortii west i orner of T. L. 7'.H.;,
thence 160 chains    west,    10    chains
ured
bearing of said easterly shore of lake
within the block, containing an area
of 1,340 acres, more or less,
The berth must l.e surveyed within one year after the date of the notice awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will be Issued, al3o printed
forms of lender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
New Westminster. B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
bj an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favour
Minister of the Interior, for the am-'
ount of    the  bonus  which  the applicant Is prepared to pay for a license,  i
No tender by telegraph will be entertain''.I. The highest or any tender
not necessarily accepted.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
S ��� retary.
Di partmeni of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 24th, 1907.
H
nnd
FORESHORE   LEASES.
'n" Is herel 5 given that, 60 days
dnte, 1  Intend  to apply Lo the
by an accepted cheque on a chartere 1
bank In favour of the Deputy of the awarding the berth
Minister of the interior, fo rthe am-1    The regulations under   which a li-, chains, and west  eighty    chains    to
bllcatlon of this notice for thir-  0unt of tli- bono- which the   appli-  cense will be   Issued,   also   printed [pojn( 0f commencement,
d vs In n dail;   newspaper publish-   _anl is prepare',1 to pay for a license.  ronus 0f tender and envelope, may be     2.   Commencing at a post set close
I at' N, u  Westminster will be good
ufflclenl service th ireot,
Und Registry Office,
NOTICE.
Take notice that, thl        lays atfer
date l inten I to make- application to
he Chief Commissioner ol Lands and
Works for a license tei cul an l carry
away limner from the toll iwing eles-
1 Ibed lands, situate,! In N< .��� Westminster district.
I.   Commencing al   a   posl   eet  on;S()UllK   u;o  rMaini.   easti    40    chains
the south bank of Cypres, creek about  m)].tll ,() point ()f commencement.
Claim No. 50.���Post planted about
CO chains west of the north cast corner  of  location   N'o.    48,    thence    80
three and a half miles w at from Silver creek, thence north eighty chains,
east     eighty     chains,    south     eighty
ei
not ne-
Chlef Commissioner of Lands
Works for a lease of the foreshore
,T booming and milling pur-
coniprlslng the wh,.]" ot a bay,
',l1' name of Independent Bay,
: iboul two miles south of the
n l of Cost! Island
and
Dated at the
New Westmlnsl
Columbia, this i
1907.
Province ol
The' highest or any tendei
cessarlly accepted,
No tender by telegraph will be en-
British   tertained.
To  l .   A. Bayne
5th day of April, A D.,
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
Esp.
Ml persons served with this notice
nd those clalmina through or undei
l[ Kitimnl  Arm, and abou:  two  ihem.  and   all persons claiming any
'th from Kildala Arm, Interesl In the said land by virtue 0
I  v-:i 5th, 1907 anv 1 "'  Instrument, and all
any Interesl In the
���ent, whose title is
on the e1 -
1907.
WILLIAM   moody,   Locator,
PKAXK VAXDALL, Agent.
any   1
per-.ii
sai I   .
PERLEY  Q.   KEYES,
' Secretary
ment of the  Interior,
Ottawa, April 6,  1907.
W. N. Draper
B- C. Land
Surveyor
t.ii_i_ Slock.   Nr* V.o.tmtnstar. BX
obtained at this Department or at the! to No. 1 stake, thence north eights
Offlce of the Crown Timber Agent at chains, west eighty chains, south
New Westminster, D. c eighty cliains, and east eighti  chains
Each  tender must  be accompanied  ti  point of commencement,
by an accepted cheque on a chartered     2.   Commencing at a post set close
rank In favor of   the Deputy of   the  to No, 1 stake, thence   wesi   eighty
Minister ot the Interior, for the am-   cliains, south  forty chains,  easl  one
ounl of the bonus which the applicantIhundred and sixty chains, north forty-
is prepared to pay for a license.
The highest or. any tender not necessarily accept "el
No tender by telegraph will be en-
tert ei-" i
PERLEY O. KEYES,
Secretary.
De; ar! nenl of the Inter! r,
chains and west eighty chains   1 point
of commencement,
1. Commencing al a post set on thei
railway bell line, distant about six
miles north of tii.' north shore of
Harrison lake, thence wesl eighty
chains, norih eighty chain-, east
eighty (hains and south eighty chains
chains west, 80 chains north, SO chains
east, so chains south to point of commencement,
Claim N'o. 51.���Post planted at the
south west corner of T. L. N'o. 794:'.,
thence 180 chains west, 40 chains
north, 160 cliains east, 40 chains
south  to point Of commencement.
Claim No. 62.���Post planted about
40 chains west of the South east corner of T. L. No. 7943, thence 160
chains west, 10 chains south, 160
[rhains east, 10 chains north to point.
0! commencement,
Located May 3, 1907,
Locators:
WILLIAM MOODY,
FRANK VANDALL.
Agent.  _. VANDALL.
_____���! THE   DAILY   NEWS.
SPECIALS
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS  FRUITS--Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
Public Supply Stores
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GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
ROOSEVELT RECEIVES
BROADSIDE TROM LONG
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NATURE WRITER CALLS PRESIDENT HEARTLESS BRUTE.
BAR3ARIAN   AND   PLAGIARIST.
A CHEAP HOME
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Small house, large woodshed, with cellar, and
lot 66 x 148 1-2, good soil, thoroughly cultivated
and underdrained; the makings of a very nice
little home, and only three blocks from Sixth St.
car line.
Price,
$450!
TERMS
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. NEW WESTMINSTER
.'.' v York, June 1.���Dr. William .7.
Long, the nature writer, who was attacked by President Roosevelt in a
repent magazine article, today fired
another broadside at the president.
I!,- accused the chief executive el'
palglarism ane! vividly pictured his
cruelties of hunting, eitins instances
from Roosevelt's published stories ef
experiences with big game. Concluding his statement, Dr. Lon? said:
"It is neet your hunting t,> which 1
object, for I also am a hunter, but
your unnecessary brutality and barbarism. The bloody endings over
which you gloat, bring liitb- self-satisfaction to a thoughtful man. who
b,:\< seen the last look In the eyes of
a stricken deer and. who remembers
that even this small life' bas iis mystery.
"You are not a sportsman, though
you have slain thousands; you are
neet a naturalist, though you have
measured hides an I i.i rns; you do nol
and you cannot understand thf hearts
of the wibi things, though you have
made a grievous quantity of them
bleed. It needs no eye witness nor
ati;.- affidavii to support thl-- statement. You have yourself furnished
all tbe proof."
IS READY FOr; J3E.
It dries hard over night, with
a high frloss, and
Wears On the Floor
���Not Off
Soap and water eiocs not
mar it.
lt wears as well on Outside as Inside Floors.
Use it on your Inside
Fleers, Veranda and
Perch Floors, Outside
and Inside Stairs or
Steps, and wherever you
want a durable
High Gloss Enamel Finish.
1 ANDERSON
I & LUSBY
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Early Closing
This store will close at 5 p.m. every day (except
Saturday, when we will close at 10 p.m.) durin
months of June, July and August.   You can assist
us in shortening the hours of labor during these
warm months by shopping early in the day.
SUNSHADES
Cclcre;! Parasais are in great demand this season. Our st ;c-
tion of these su'nmer Sunshades offers great variety. We : :a
only one of a color in any style.
Black ami   Wh,''.'  Parasols, each $1.25, $2, $2.50, $4.25 i<*   j,.,^
Plain Silk Parasols, in colors, as  cardinal,  gray,   navy,    browi
cream aad   black,  each  $2.00 ainl     52.30
White Parasols, : lain and embroidered covers, each  $1.50, $1.7;.
$2  ti*      ;  v.
Fancy Bordi rs 1 _   'lain top, , ach $2, ...'.T'i and  jti,
Japanese Frames, with covers of silk in shade sof mauve, na\
f n en, each  	
Fancy Frilled I'm asols, , .1 :h $6.50, $7, and       $- 5g
Plain Black  Parasols, each $1', to    $5^
Children's Parasols, * :u-li 35c to  j.^
W~ S. COLLISTER &Ca
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
Um "Stay &_.tlsfactory"Raivge
During the past month the demand for The Monarch
Malleable Range has exceeded all previous records.
This more than proves the satisfaction and wear this
valuable range has given to purchasers, as it is only
through recommendation that sales greatly increase.
RYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
tar Agents for "KLENO." "sa
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S. O. E. Parade to Church.
'Die Pons of England held a church
narade to St. Paul's It. E. church last
evenin.-r, where a specially prepared
service was rendered for the occasion.
Over fifty members of Rose of Columbia lodge, supported by the presidents and. officers of Western Jubilee
and Rose of Columbia lodge, Vancouver, attended the service and a num-
I er of Daughters of England were als >
present. The Rev. A. deB. Owen, taking the lament of the Jews in Babylon
for the subject of his sermon, contrasted the condition of the Jews with
thai ef native sons of England in this
favored country. With privileges .aa 1
possession, however, came responsibility and he impressed upon bis
hearers how incumbant it was upon
lb' mi to live, up to 111.]." great herit-
ag( ami tbe traditions or tbe British
��� :-:-.'.-o whose queen, thi late "Vic-
' !;)<��� Good," ha 1, In answer to
a foreign prince, indicated the ic:.b
as the secret of England's greatne, >..
The church was decorated with the
��� :.. I ms of th,. order for Aa service,
th ��������� being re,] and *,.?.���,��� roses, tbe
i'nion Jack anel the Bible. Large nor-
':. Us ef the' king and queen also >���:-
' vm,"!   conspicuous   ��� isitions     '.1   ������':������
ired building.
SWEETS
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SWEET
DAINTY
STYLISH
A magnificent selection of
handsome boxes containing
LOWNEY'S
CELEBRA TED
CHOCOLATES
JUST RECEIVED
Just the correct present for
a young man to give his
lady friends. THEY appreciate them.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
AT ALL PRICES ..
: THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia St.
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Kaiser  is  Rich.
' Hn, June L���The kaiser's mone;
matters   are  now  iei   a   much    easii -
condition, thanks  to his (alii:::;  in  ������
icai   financie ���    ti    ������ r- ila <���    hia
'���; ��� nditures,    His  maji sty   tv is able
:*' pay $3,000,   ia  prompt  cash  for
DO IT NOW
SAVE YOUR PAPERS
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Exlra Good
House on Ash street, convenient  to car ami  Fourth  avenue,  six
!'"(,r>!s      $1500.00
Fourth avenue, modern house, six rooms, mar car line.    Price $1650
20 acres on North Road, unimproved,   first   chiFs   soil.     Pric,
i1""  acre    $55.00
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
7H0S. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE-
-INSURANCE
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.al Instruments, Strings, &c.
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x Electric Railway Service *
* Interurban    Line.
X  Cars for Vancouver and   way
T       stations  will   run   every half-
iliour from 5:50 a. in. to ll :30
City Limits Line���Service from
J        .il*   a.   111.   to  li   p. 111.
20 Minute Service���No transfer,
Between 12 nnd _ and 5 ami 7.
30  Minute  Service���Durin.    remainder of il ay.  Transfer al
Leopold Place,
Sunday   Service  half-hourly  between S a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from 0.2."> 11.
m to U p.m., except between
1_ and 2, und 6 ami 7, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly,
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Sunday Service   hairnourly be- ���
tween 8.30 a.m. anj 11 p.m.        *
VALUABLES
By Renting One of Our Long
Safe Deposit Boxes,
FOUR SIZES
WmWW��
We cordially invite
you to inspeel them
at anv time,    :    :    :
"Going Fishing?"
"Guess so."
Get your
TACKLE
-AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Sl.
the    '.  :. Ilel in,   ivhich    he  pui  ha
: Ini       GIsela, of  Bavaria,  1
sen     '0    the  1 mpress,
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No Hope Left.
London. June I.���After four -lavs'
of frul.li ss search tor Lieutenants
' ilfield an l Leake, the young engl-
m ��� r officers who wenl up in a balloon from Aldershol lasl Tuesday on
the occasion of the visil of King Edward and Prince Fushima to the
camp, hope has b* en officially abandoned.
lo raise .-,,������ 1 stock is good PEED. We keep the besl and the
'"'s; "n]y- :-'���'������'��� your eh.40. n laj, by giving thera good feed.
Strengthen j nr live stock by building up bone and muscle,
and 11 e CAKNEFAC.
LADIES have you tried the Pastrj  Flour mode by Lhe Eburne
Milling Company,   if not Telephone 333 and try it; the resull
obtained  are excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS     .
Telephone 333.
FRONT  STREET.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., m,
P. J. HART,
:     Manager     :
A summons has been issued for l.
.Michel, of Abbotsford, to appear before Magistrate Pittendrigh and an-
mu" to (he charge of having threatened to shoot his neighbor, ('. iii I-
Tout, who stated, when lodging tli ���
complaint, thai Michel had ordered
him off his place, using the wof3s
"1 will shoo! you If you don'l gel of
my land." Mr, Hill-Tout is firmly
convinced thai had he aot taken to
his heels, the threat would have been
put Into execution. The case' will hn '
heard ti mi rrow morning in the c
house al ten o'clock.
"Quality and  Price"
When you get supplies for the pantry you want them
fresh.     Then when yon want good
TEA   AND   COPPEE
why don't you call on th" man who makes a specialty
<*l them, ami get value for your money?
Edmonds Tea Cln  Mh st"nexf ,n Co,un,Wan Bfi,ce
Phone 309
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