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 rte, Shiles & Co
REAL
bia St.
ESTATE
Colum
Phone 85
NUMBER 142
.���
Wei
1UN13 -"W Shiles & Co.
l^^FIRE INSURANCE
etK,
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C
WESTMINSTER, B.C., LTESDA.Y MORNING, JUNE
190"
10 CEN rS PER V\ 11- K
ESTER I
GOES 10 THE PEN
.e Emory's Slayer Final-
Meets Just Deserts for
irutal Murder.
b ���-���      tc   Dela>
0 p e r a t : - e.
INVENTORS P1AN
DARING WATER TRIP
PRAS(\   LEADS
E o . S
-per  With   Motor
ious Results,
!L BLE.
Vl  th   Sr
VANCOUVER MEN WANT
CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LADIES  MADE   MONEV.
IC*  CrMm   Festv..!   on   Sat.   .1,n
tailed $30 85,
.-
��� -���  thi
shed
��� .-������'.- -
the In
st are \
re not like
��� fiu-
-      61    ���
Dl    2$     \-
' '    -���    hi
' , and
(hi
���: li
ind    thi
ne  17-    ' :-' Btl ���   '' ;   '���
Ge irge    Mi. de
, ived by the sup-   canneries
penitentiary       tt fishing
:.'  pii '1  in  'I"" wa -��� ^
��� ..   imln 11} insane. < uh - a thi   S   f .;   - ,      .
.   . |   the   prison    young   ry    Captain  ($ .      -. .    .
. wed no more    ��� me ncouvi etserday
���   tn> other time sim ���'���'���' ;:   ���  -   :.:> ���
-. thai resulted In the 'ports, hundred ] asse i
.l_,  i;;: ory,    He submitti 'I   ' she
s who 11 \
Young Men Will Travel 350   ���        ��� '������   -win
, ,..       .. ... the si     ius ( ha aipering wil
-Miles Overseas on  Water. ..       ora on a   n        onging t0
Tricveles. ' ' ' K   '' " ' '      penaitj
U '.       is Iwo VI
s  are alb ��� ��� I ha - ���     ;,-i
���   wa\  turned th    shai        i hi  11
I
I
Rivers  inl.
the details of reception   '���'���"���' '
lo any talking. j": Qni   :' -
broughl     to   Seattli ~	
���   9  o'clock   las:   nighl GAS AT 3.000 FEET.
���    sherifl   Peter  Stenso,    of! '	
ty, and delivered  Into the   P!tt^u'-g   Man     Persisted   and    Well
relling    Guard    Ester- Make Another Fortune,
the    penitentiary.    Maurice ���-
mpanied   his    brother'    Pittsburg   ,1 ::.-   17.-  V\*l en ex-Sen
e county Jail. ":   Wltem  r: -      , arned   thai  the
risked nt Tacoma y. --   Philadelphia eon Inten led <
ifti  :. eon  b}   llis  father,    who   '  "''*' tne Prii 1
vil him thai every effort wil] ' 1
,. 0 ta n his release. model   farm   '" ar  Sha        irg      The
.  drillers  wenl   d   ivn  lhi   usual  fifteen
York,     . ��� ���   '"
uest o w n,
""���   n as   '
��� - ���   Oni    Hundn
een tr;   ..
afts    11 the E
  .     .   ���     ..
:��� -.  days
svatei ������ :���
niaki the :..'.'
and  taki   notice,
steel   tricycle
Company Seeks
to Lay Third   Track
Front Streei.
on
Vi
.1
on two wa-
Harry  Mil
e   re.   of   N'o.   I IS
��� I ir .. -fifth
enters,    who
.  .     queer look-
. -���    Ivi     for thi
��� >  ���  ���  to stari
������  expect -
��� -   1   Vii ginia -i'
is] la)   an ordi-
. -   -     - tppOl .'   :
��� ��� ���   cane e-shape      . ��� ni ions     :
.11. filled with < empri ssed air and
from  New   '��� ���   si  apparatus on the end of thi  eai   men, reiiresentini
thi 1 ���    \ am   in ���
Burn   I, Wes.
1 sull thai wii, n the mi
. n  nn ne i  em  .li.   juli 1    'Ve,' moi ��r
\     di :   . . ning his 1   nds     idly and
- Ini ins   '������- fai e.
The compan}   real e serlou
��� ��� - -   ol   Ihe  offence,  and  in   the  interesl   ->:   the  travi llin      ti !. .    havi
. : - - ; : isei nte r.ll 1 ises of this
. .   and   3 ester lay     I       1 format ini     .... Ing
efon   Sil en lai ���   Magtsti
P ttendi Igh, with Ihe res ill thai snm-
ns   ��e re served  on  thi   > oung
'   ers     The case  nill ci me  up foi
..  this week.
11 insti    II Navigation 1
������.,.:< 1 ni 11 lasi  ;.
.... nt -wa}  along Fi onl
treet, con  ng I ���      \ am mvi
thi     rl Igi
The 1 entlenn 0 sta    I thai the coi
, an)   was
Proniinent   Toronto  Commercial   Man
Succumbs  to   Peculiar   Affliction.
CHANGE   FOR   I.  C.   R.
��� wi nt)  Inchi - I mg, v.bb a beam
twelv.e inchi s,   They are sitarp nl
th  ends.
ontoi ���.-      "     ;.:..:   lhi   chlel
gas on his     ;��� porl  for the    sti ersman    are    set
earn of each    ther, and  some five'Rosedale, died af 3 o'clock ihis after-
feel a lart.   On a line with a poinl ex- I noon.    A week ago Waldie    was    .
pontoons and   tacked by hiccoughs and, except while
sii - ; ing,   h��'   was  scan 1 ':���   fn 1    I   em
,'  tanii' ���
, hai - 1   al   Ihe  ed
lasi   session   ol   Ihe  Dominion   ho
I ut wen   n ���> 1 eed w
ness an I 1 ohsi 1 11 tion withoul d> I i)
Thi y were anxb it lo prooil q
ssui am e from 1 In cit) lhal h rlgl 1
<" wa) would be granted them as fai
us the bridge, which was their onl)
wa) oi crossing lhe river te> ?ei down
into ihe boundai 1 untr). They had
teen   alread)   down   on   Front   street
,  looking  oi '"���   ground, and though
Toronto, June 17.���Aftei  an illness      "���'' were '"'' ''���1    �� there already,
(ef a wei k, John Waldie, of Park road
:-.,.,:   ami     ��� -.��  1 rrj   fes
tl\ al  hoi i   bj   Uh ������    ol    the
Permission Women's \',i\i!i:n-> of the Royi Ci
..-in hospital al Queen's Park "ii
S ' 11 lay afternoon resulted in the
:.' al sum of $80 '.'< l>< lng added to he
��� ini pi> . lousl) ei i'e-. (ed b; Ihe
ladles for lhe hospital Tho succes
ful result of Saturday*! sale- was dis-
1 nssed al the monthl) mee Ing il the
anxlllar. yesterdaj afternoon and ll
is likely then several raoi*e ol these
sales will be conducted In the summer
The meeting yesterda; ifternoon
was well Rttonded, a largo peroon age
ol the members paying Hn \
lumber of ' ills were nrde ed       ; and
ial  routine  business  transact -
Mrs  Gordon and Mis -  \. msl rong
wen   ap| olnted  members >���:    he hos
y Islttug    e om mil tee    for    this
1  iih      After  disposing of     1     few
min ';���  matters, ibe- meeting     ;|oui n
HICCOUGHS CAUSED   DEATH.
HAS   MANY   CHINESE.
Empress  of  Japan  Bringing  0\er
Passengers Across Pacific.
SOO
Is Clash   With   Illinois  Central-
New  Name.  I,  R.  2.
't ntn .,   lune 17.���The  name    ";
onial   Railwa)   of  Can 1-
tiortl)   be expressed    in    a
���  -    .'..-.      The letters    will    be
|gi   to the  "I. R. r."   Intercolon-
1' inada,
��� Initials nf the lllinnis Central
ew the same as those o{
'���'    ���     Road," and the change
li >:el rniifiision in varlons
f railway operation.
it
himdre I  fei t witl        ���. suits
Go deepi r," -       Flinn.
"It's no  use." -  i I  the drillei
will only bi   ,1 ���.. isti   of money "
"Well,  It's  :;:..   money,"  Flinn    r
plied.
The drillers - ntinued, and at a
.i(-|eili of three thousand feet, the
drills were blown 1 ul by the fierce- of
an Immense gai  It will make another fee;- tne ��� - Flinn, who lias alread) untie' milli ns. The neighborhood is ��� xciti I
Beg Cattle   Roundup.
\b.'.-:i,'oo   June 17.��� Ii  is expi "��� '
lithe 1     '    rotrnd-up will be com-
the next    few    w< 1 I -
��� Ions  as   tee  (li|eiiin_   f n
necessary.    The entire
"-en   in-   known.    Those
should   know   say   they   will   be
light.    AVith  good  pas -
���I'ks  will  make ;i   vasl
���reiin     -   the  animals,    and this
i   em   the   market   many
Is     thai     shiiiihl     have
year had II  heen  pos-
I      liip   them.      "We   Startefl
I on Mav 21," said    one    eef    the
toys anel  already  we  know  thai
inchei s    north    of   the
is nol   nearl)     ees
!    ��� ��� '   anticipated.    Fully  21.-
bi en rounded  up now
��� ��� e    7000   and    S000    are
Iver.   These    have   been
'ni   the  Bouth    as  far  as
I easl as far as Medi-
Vi " have still ni lie ioin-
isands from the southwest,
l  will  easily  reach    40,-
"The calf crop," sai'!
large as  usual.    Tliis
In    mos     si asons
tki   off
six '��� el ahead oi thi in Is thi sire 1 uol
pontoi n, oi the same si e, which can
be moved with the sami ease as the
fronl wheel of a trie) le b) turning
the handle bars.
The pontoons are mani of the fines! n dai 11 ards, ��Ithout flaws.
three-eighths of an inch thick. Each
ponto 11  draws   less   11 an   sjx   ine lies
��� f watei Thi y are rive fi 11 apart,
and 1  ���    Inventors  bi lleve    thai    no
��� . ��� n v ave c: 11 ��� ivei I urn their machine.
The pedals,    by means ��� f bevelled
Rears,  im v.- .1  screw  lhal  In smooth
water lias developed a speed of eight
���11  - an hour.   Tl ������ sti 1 1 sman, pilot
..'i 1   motive  power  In  one.  sits  In  a
  I "     lirectl -'-.'���   -..;...'    .-.
w  r  t   tt   -.a-    1        f^u        '' :i"' i':;i:,:-    ' '!''  ''��� B0 ,|li"    -"
W. L.   i.  L.   Workers Lnap-  chiel weight falls on the two pontoons
erone Children in Tender- "?l hif ���-' ;:" :'': hnnd'  A "- ;
'cu ef mutton sail has been rigged to
a masl --' t in a so el atlnchi d to In
han lie bi -. bul Mitchell and Yore
do nol ey \ieel to use (his much on the
'   ip   sent1'.
'! hi't\ -"ji, sad     ;-' . s dn dub they
ive   planni ;.    Tin     '"��� 1     ���   tc  drop
...   .,,.������,
Inli '. a 1: th
Beach Haven. Sea Isle City, an I Cain
May, besides Lewes, Del. Ocean City,
Md., aii'l si vi ral othei , Ini - in th ���
way from here to Jamestown.
this   affliction,   whil h,   his  hi ai 1   I e-
Ing weak, ended  fatally.   Waldii   was
��� - .lent of the Victoria Harbor Lum-
the)   hoped  thai    some    arrangement
would  be arrived  eii which  their r
n asi mighl 1 ���  grand I
\ plan was submitted lo the council, Bhowing tin- proposed route as
far as ihis part  eef the line was con
Victoria,
.llllle
17    The    1:   M   K
l.llll'ivss    il
.la
e.en.   Prom   Hongkong,
which satin
l  fr
nn  Yokohama   Then
<!��) morning for Victoria, is bringing
over SOO passengers, according te> ad��
rices received by the officials of the
steamship departmenl of the C   P   H
COMMIT CRIME
AGAINST GIRLS
id ren 11
loin Visit fbir .Mission.
e: company, and was connected with sleam line, and was Informed thai the
��� "',.1 other commercial enterprises, motive power used would be "lee-
ii   was born  in  Scotland,  and  cann   Iriclty.   Mo    furthei    questions    were
oung.   asked by Ihe aldermen or tho mayo ,
many   and  the  matter  was  referred1  tei  the
! finance committee to reporl.
Thi resl of lhe session was occupied
hearing communications and reports
from the v.ai Ious committees 1 -
follows:
Markel   committee    $   ' 1 ���"'���"'
Ughi committee    4509.42
Finance          808-80
Water       1004.65
Parks       Tin.in
Library         10.B0
Police           9.25
Health        102.00
Board  of  worlt 1    2429 94
Fire  committee          99 20
cerned.      Alderman     Jardine     asked   Of ihis number  150 are travelling In
whether the line was an electrical   u   the Biiloon,  26 second  cabin  and  668
Orientals In ih.- steerage.   The Japan
n.'is a  good Blied   cargo   of   mlscel
to Burlington, Ont.. when iniiu
li��' h.ni been In Toronto for
yi ;i:s and was we'll known.
DOPE HABIT GRIPS
WALLA WALLA MEN
laneous freighl,   Included In Uie cai
e ��� is a shipment of 430 tons of Bilk
:��� imls 1 insigned 1 1 the mills in New
York, stale.
SHINGLE MILLS
i       TO CLOSE DOWN
Soldiers Fall Victims of Cocaine and  Arc Rolled by
Miscreants.
Everett Manufacturers LTn-
animously Decide to Shut
Down for Thirty Days.
Chicago,  June   17.���Three   12-year-
old u;:is  \\ ho nevei     - fore had  bei n
e\ ond   ilie ir  hi - ��� Itering   influ
ence wi re inti   '    ��� : Int    South Chi-   :;l casually - 1    Long
Plei -��� int,      Barm gal
:!.
���
e's   n -I   light Icl   las:   night.
Tin li chapi rons ��� 1 101 members >f
1 he Women's i'::- Is lan Temperance
union and the <a-'-e'.-; 111 a midnight
mission. Arrayed In white dresses
real the young girls t ��� 1 ci nducied into
dens iei' Infam ��� an I aw sights that
mi de them shuddei "Oh," gasped one
viih a lool. of h - "1 never _inew
th it   pi e pii   did -11   ' things."    li wa - '
ei sonified   Inno ���   .   -.    To  uplift  tin1
��� i'i menl the little ones were placed
1   the head ol   I he     -  1 ession.    They
led   the wn   inl     :'e-     esorfs.    Their
childish   '.- li    tool     ��� rl   In   prayer ;
nd  songs design   II        en    lo    the
I'alii 11 one to a better Iiii.
Willi;;,   Walla,   .lune   17
- ovi -.-.  some 1 hue- : 1 u<e bj
nl   Fort   Walla   Walla  thai
,. ,.,  men were acquiring Ihe
Poinl   has l< d to a B.vslemal Ic ,
.���I. ��� stig ition. iinel has ri
.-The'      dtB-
ihe' officers
Bome nf its
"di ,"   habit"
li  I  thorough
suited In
reports were eill adopted
rximmunlcnl imis
Bed of was    as
ii'-
r.il-
B.   C.   rruit   Exchange   Officers.
Revelstoke, Juns  ' b.   Tlje direi loi s
ol   the   British   Col inib.la     Fi'ull   Ex-
. hange   met   i- riday   al   Ihe  '���)''���'  ball
��� 1 'li-   iss gen nesi. . nd I
the a]i]dfcal ons for the positl n
tary-mai     ���   .     he    following
illemi '    '  ng pn .1 nt:
���    ���, e,:;. - ,.,    Melson,   ��� re ��� Idi nt;   H
i". R. Sm) the, Revi Istoke, v Ice presl-
lent;   Dr.  M. S. Wa ' .  Kamloops;   P.
Use ovei)   of   sume   tangible   evidi 1   1
thai      '���   Ine   Iibs   bi 1 n   procui ed   I
��� ome and administered to 01 hi rs who
po on : i' ���   ii.a b 11 n a t ed   to   Its   11 ���
It i- thought the musii lan who dl   I
mi   tlnn   ago a I  1 he fori  11 1111   ���
was suppose 1 iii have been  alcol
onlng, was a  victim    of   < rn nine,
��� 1 1 that soldiers have frequently
; ��� en found In n dazed condition   ifl
., ... 'vm.  from  ih" city    has  led 1
officers '.'
' lon, and !l Is
cured  li.
In  iltu       ' ' sorts protested   Wilson,  I ; :   W,  ,'.  Bran '���������]���
���  tem:   F li.  ii  .
h   3 ilmon A rm, 1 1 1 cy -  1 J. 1.
1   loi   ���>!'  Fhe   win n the      ������ ���>      rei     nei    bur - In    .adner
;   year we have ha 1
since    the   calvi
��� rn them. I'm \        I, I suppose,"
��� ,,.      :    1 pi- eve:   brlghl   with
IriniN and nantliii ���
lier t 1 never le I
baby Ini f these hi lis. Shame
���. vi 1 "
M
The ahiivi
a�� read,
The   lis!    ef
celved and  elis|
hews:
.1.   Hi ay  requi bi Ing   1 ei mission    1 ���
��� ��� .   w a 11 rlaln  cms Ing  from  Slxi '1
l reel   lo   Mr,   S.angalor'f     re ildence
Perml   ilon   1 ranted   tindi 1-   tho   11 nml
ondlt Ions,
M,   McDougall,   of   Burnaby,   wrote
eiiuesting lhe council to have a part
Tenth   avenue,   wesl    of    Twelfth   (o nil thei
'��� '���'���'.  clonre !  01   sliimps    and    log ���   at
'���-hich   the  city   employees   had   piled
en ihe Burnaby sidi   of Ihe road,    He
also di -a   nl tentlon  lo the  need    ��� f
rfi nlnlng 11 rtaln  parts of lhe avenui
li' celved   nnd    refi rred   io   boai 'I     I
nstltute   1 quiel  Invi stli 1     ft'orlts lo ni I em the flrsl pan of ��� om-
mild InformalJi 11 lin 1   1   municiition,   and   lo   reporl    011     the
been      cured  i"'1    " ���    ' '        "'' '   :",'""���',���
,     n|   iMVal]n VVa]Iai ;    Messrs, Small ,v-  Bucklln petltl   ��� ri
mi      ,'  " couni II re ea- ning Ihe cltj lo fui
It has       . ii nod     lin 1   ,,
I     II h    them    With   il    lllelle    a e I e l| 11 il'. e     : ||,
nave   tu   11   procuring   ih    -'r 11
evi    I   ::.-������ mti   iii   Wall 1   Wall 1
Everett, June it   The Even tl M in
tifacturers'   association   al   b   nn el
held here ami participated ln b)   the
l'.ir\sviiie Bhlngle manufacturers, li  ���
decided by n unanimous vote to   ���' 1 m
down for 30 dn) b beginning Vl*�� taei
day.    The    combination    mill      Ftnvc.
ngreirT to close thi li    Met"1.'   mi
for two weeks
The purpose Is to lJ' Rt Uie Bhlng,\e
Jobbers In (heir plana to fo^ce   I   ��� 1
prices  ami   make  ii   pOBsll le
r orders taken la il win '
very much lower figure th 1
1 hlnglefl can now be obtaini ri
asgociaUon declares thai illi 1
eondltions are fairly good and thai the
"���'I tern markel Ib almoBl barren of
' hlngles, imi ih,' protective move waa
necessary to defeal the lobbers. Il
" ���'' " ' ited that the Ballard mills
stand behind Everetl In Hih mo
ment.
(' ilium.
In
HcmeF'e.-rl   entries   Decrear(;.
Capitalists  Combine.
\'au iin      ii.  '  .   Juni    17.   ��� Min 1 ui
Ich ' thi     1 '   eieln-
nati :e Itai that 1 vei  at I   np
- 'i   operatii us  on   1 be   wi il   coasl
ms)  obtaining   tin   ei   limits and   nill
itcs there.   Va I n   Ions   oi    tim
1eeP   Ranchers   Shoot   Cattle.
\! a��� .lun,    IT    si. rgt,
R, x. w. M, P., haa re-
ihe Willow crei k dep "-
'    oundary line    lhal    a      pttawa,   ' 1 17���The    ntrl .
ol Can idian cattle have   ,.,. twelve ��� n ling    \ 1 -i-i 1
l"wn  by  American  sheep  ;,,.: totalled  ': " the preceding   I  nds have'been locate la     in     I    ��� <
of Wild Horse lake.  \   twelve mi 1 ���   number of home-   and Oreal  Central  lakes.
'he number of 150 wen   the   . ..,,,)., ,,,;,. 10,008,   The de-      ll   Is Bald   thai   a   logging   railwa-.
They were Bhol on tHe  crease eu' 5,815 in    ii'"    number   ol   -ill be buill from there by way of the
The   outrage   has  been  ,.,,,,i,,s f0] tin S ar ;,s compan l   old  Anderson cut-ofl   to  the'  Alberni
"���   R, \. w. M, P. head-   n-iih the twelve n nths ending April,  canal, ai the head oi which the  "m-
��� where active Bteps an   be- hoOO, is attributed In part to the un-   pany Intends to build One of the big-
"" to Inaugurate   a thorough   ���BUa] Beverll I  tbe winter and    in   gesl sawmills on the coast, to manu
.... . ,   . lefiu-ite   trans-   facture largely for tbe Australian and
in the section of Oriental trade.
II     it   I ""   Of   Hie-    lOCI '    '1' 11
: ���  '   the  riopo  i    known
flake,"    nil    firry It to thei
-. ��� ��� dlsti ;!:u; ,1   an in
iii   all I that on si   ���   1
v. hen    oldlei      ti   tulii
'the;    ��� ���       In lien   I
��� hi n   ihe;   wi I- given a it" ai '"  '"' '' l,;,|;'    l'"'1'  '"
ardf .<:������ ni. - to fin 1 1I1. '    mom
;    of wati 1,   to  he  used  In  ca e of
��� :..  ."  the \m ienl supply wa   In ul
,,   ferri d  to the water rom-
i   ee to ���'<���    a".
Mi tars, Bird and Bi. i"'1   ! '" '      '
��� 1, Vnni onvei. notified    ���'.'"'   ''
thai  Ihey  wi 1    nl.onl lo enti r afti, "
���        de     el |e ol lots 1 1   -
." n 1   . iluables gone,
Vengeance.
'"ne 1.7���A dispatch to the
   I.ishien says un explos-
vnamlte at  Covhllo, a man-
'wn, killed thirty persons.
'',| the expli sion was caus-
; ",is"|l workmen, who noughi
' sual  sev< ���
: part   to the- lack
ition faci
1 , homesteaders,
union,
idard 1
bellev
portatlon fa
the country op( 11
Soston Bubbles Burn.
'  "'   17.   A  fire which for
:' ''',""1 Boston's automobile
rons��nied '::::, ,,:  ::���, automo.
'"',| caused a losi
thl
-is estimated at
morning,
  Has  to   Pay $4 135,000.
Tobacco Plant Held Back. London, June 17.���Judgment tor tbe
,.      .       ,   ,   1-    \fneh interest is enormous sum of $4,186,000 has   been
.Vinaiiiio. June 1'     v|"" '" '' ol
being taken  In   the   tobacco  growing  given   in   the  law
��� xperlmenl n n  being tried near the
city,   ('..nu' de Rape was In the city|
today  and  bb)
plants   have-   been
courtB againsi P.
!.. Oaidner, the Australian unhl mining millionaire, who is ordered to piiy
tobacco :his tei Senora de Beisteguf, a Span-
I .,.;, by the ish lady. According to the lady's
counsel, Mr. Gardner got the money
sued for by confiding with her secre-
Biy C.  P.   R.   (Timings.
Be -tun, Mass.. June  'T    11   w,:    Stal
e 1  here today by a  financial  agi
that the Canadian Pnclflc earning   ���
"""I   $71,000,1    grcfts   this  yea .
Increase over lasl year oi J10,00o,000.
The operating account will    be    ab-
n      ally  largo, owtug tu    a    sevi re I
wjnter und  the general   advance   In!
materials and  labor,    it  is expected
thai the nei earnings will exceed $25,- j
000,000, but this is an advance of $2,- j
000,000 (iver the net a year ago.
1  nunlcntlon   �� ib      celved  and   1 e
1 rred to thi   ''i'e  a licltor,
A,  E,  wiiii'.   lecrel iry-trensui er ol
Ihe Board ol Trade, wrote reque    n
hi    the cit)   undertake lhe paymenl
of (lilh';,-   Mi os, aci ounl   I'm'  breakln ���
Ice  mi   the   rivei   lasi   winter,    Thl
account   had   been   presented   t'i   the
Seven   Yenr   Old   Burgl
N'ew  v."-i    funi   it    Cha      1  " ith
1    ' ,      .  1 1     ifi     lov lng, Un
'   '   '  ���        ' ' m     me was ai
1 1 tods ea Ihe 1 iiii h ��� 1 mri
:'- ��� ' a ��� ' oh Qov isl igi -I
T    ��� H irne In fl     la of
Italian   p     ....      With    hi im
In   Bal 1 he Irled to blovs opi n
lhi     ifi   r"i h fail-
ed     1 letectlve    ftKind  the
h nblnatlon   locli   ol   1 he
ifi   di   ti oyed lhe binges an l battered the door
eat they will
rolel weather, hi exped   tu
��� through all right,    It  takes 66
ints to mature. 1 tary, who. from time to time, invesl
come
St'dellpeVsending for his wife.'ed large sums of her capital, the pro-
vi , 8pePnd the winter on the isl-  Btl being divided between Mr, Q
J ner and   tbe secretary,
nnd.
Language   rf   1.000,000   Signs.
Bi   lln, June 17     It    ls   ai
���'   ird of Trade, who considered  thai   tbal  (voi ���    1      tun b) German
the,city was the pi'oper party to taks  pbilologlsl ollei     I dur-
nctlon   iu the  matter.    The    accounl   lng the lasl nine years - tion
rmounted In all to $170,   Referred to nry of the Egyptian lan uage      The
the finance committee to report, language goes hack  more
A   petition   was  received from  four years, and there ar re than 1,000,-
e  "  .aye rs requesting thai a sidewalk- mm signs usee] in-it.
he  placed    from    Third    strei 1    to
Queensboro,  and   along  that    street,  crease asked for.   Referred to board
They also wished that the manholes  of  health   to report.
Quake   Kills   Thirty-Four. Which have heen open for nearly fwo ;    Gilley   Bros,   wrote  requesting  per��
Valparaiso,  Chile,    June    17.���Late   months  be  finished  as soon as pos- |mission  to place a crossing over the
;  erts from  YuHivia state that thir- ,;-ible.    The first part was referred to ' sidewalk  on Seventh   street,  opposite
ty-four persons in all  were  killed pr  board  of works    to report,  and    the  the school, for the purpose of draw-
iiijurerl by the receni earthquake. The   second part to the same committee to  ing in rock for the building.    Permis-
reglon   affected   by  the   shocks    ex-  act. nlon was granted under the usual con
tends from Valparaiso to Magellan T. Booth, public scavenger'request- eiitions. The same firm was granted
straits and from the Pacific coast to <J'1 a monthly raise of $25, stating that permission to lay building material
Neuquian in Argentiuu. the amount  of wrrk justified  the in-   on  Front  street.
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WE WILL
START YOU
Housekeeping
in a furnished home of your
own for
$25 Down
and balance in weekly or monthly payments to suit your pocket-
books. This is a proposition worth
looking into, and you certainly
will realize the advantages we offer in this line by coming in and
looking over the new goods arriving every day and getting our
estimate to furnish your home.
It doesn't matter to us if it's a
mansion or cottage; we can deliver the goods and guarantee
entire satisfaction, as we stand
back of every contract we make.
New line of Sideboards, Extension Tables, Dressers and Stands,
English, Brass and other Beds;
Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, etc.,
etc.: In fact, everything requisite
to make the home attractive and
beautiful.
ee's Furniture Emporium
Phone 7,1
Diipon! Block
New Westminster
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on Ui<- Famous
-���NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago, j
Toronto, St. ^dU|
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tiojcets on sale to all Euro- j
pean poifAs.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Tn, j
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 ilnstiriKs St.. Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Port laml, Ore
FRUIT CROP Will NOT   j
BE UP TO THE MARK
W. J. Brandrith, Returned
From Tour of Province,
Reports Poor Prospect.
Vancouver, June 17.���The fruit crop
of British Columbia this year will not
he up to the mark by a ions w.ay.!
There is run an average crop even in
applos, which are the best crop of \
fruits, takins the province as a whole
���Lower mainland, upper country and
Vancouver island. This statement
was made today by W. .1. Brandrith, a
prominent fruitgrower and a government official. In the latter capacity
lie has lately been on a tour of the
country, and has returned with a comprehensive  view of the situation.
"Early frosts and continued
droughts in' the spring hail their result," said Mr. Brandrith. "Twelve,
weeks, with scarcely any rain did for '
the crop in the best fruit-growing sec- i
tion of Vancouver island. Of cherries. I
plums ami other small fruits there is ,
scarcely more than a quarter crop.,
Chiiliwack perhaps has a half-crop."
"Whai about the Okanagan?"
"Early frosts did the damage there,
too. Apples will be hardly an average crop. About pears, ii is yet too
early to make anything like an exact
esl imate."
F course, a man who won't try
"Progress
Brand"
Clothing
is never going- to know how economical good clothes really are.
Do you  wear  "PROGRESS
BRAND"? ���
H.   L.   de BECK
SPR0n-��n
BUSINESS INSIITDIt
LIMITE1
336 Hastings St. \\y v,,,.,
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pit
Shorthand, Telegraj b
gineerlng.
'aver.
Qiaa
Seven Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriter,
Students Always in Demand
R. J. SPiWf, B. A., Prin(jpS!
Imperial Cattle Wail
ONE DOLLAR A GALLON
It pays to use it.     The' cow
will !-���,
' better results if she does not have tn
fight flies.   Guaranteed todo thewoit
ft
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BANDITS SECURE BOOTY.
Three   Masked   Robbers   Loot   Health
Resort.
Chicago. June 17.���Throe masked
and armed bandits early today raided
Ibe exclusive north shore hospital ami
health resort conducted by Dr, F. H.
Hlrschfield, in Winnetka, imprisoned
him to his room overpowered the attendants who offeree! opposition, and
then threw 500 patients into a panic
ley ransacking their rooms and threatening death to any who interfere;!.
The robbers escaped in an automobile. The robbers were first seen by
Dr. F. ll. Hirschfielil who was awakened by a floori of light from a chandelier and found three robbers stand- ���
ing over him. Warning him to he
quiet they then pillaged his effects.
look liis watch, diamonds, and money
found in his pockets, then cut th >
'phone wires. As they left the room
they locked the door. From the ���! .c-
tor's apartments on the third fl ior
the robbers went m those of the 'patients ami lootoel them as well. The
value of the loot secured is estimated
at $lo.HOO.
MONEY
can be made by [
PURCHASING
Lot on Fifth St $200
Lots on Eighth, opposite Moody Square  300
Lots on Sixth Ave. near the Park  300
Lots on Columbia St., Sapperton  -W0
Lots off Richmond St., Sapperton   I-"1
These Lots are offered for a few days only
ancl can be bought for half cash, easy terms for the balance
P. Peebles
I 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 3071
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BRIGHT   DAYS   ��
JI
D.S. CURTIS (CO., Drags, SfKMe^J
New Westminster
F. CRAKEl
English Watchmaker
Two   doora   front   Geo. Adams, Croc,
Ladies'Oold Watches   free;;; $12.75 j
Gentlemen's    Silver    VVal
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Wa'.   es,   lo -,\
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Ben. I
Watches, supplied   to   the   K'e.lnmf
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted,
Chains,  Rings, Jewelry, eti . el
Watch   repairing;    charges   reason
able.
Canadian Pacific I
RAILWAY COMPANY
SHOW   UP   THE   BARE   SPOTS
Call ami see our new lines of   FURNITURE.
The best of
woods,   the latest of patterns,   tiie best of workmanship,   anil
the most reasonable of prices.
W. E. PALES,
i
ft
k
Victoria Day Excursion.
Tickets will lie sold to all local      ''i:|
v FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
V 'i'
V 716 and 718 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.      Rear Extension,  Front St.   >J
ONE FARE MD ONE-THIRi)
for the round trip,
Tickets  on  sale  May 22, 23 and 2)9
good to return up to .May 27.              I
EU. GUL'l.hl,
c. p. u. Agent
New Westminster,
Grand Trunk Ry,
DESTRUCTIVE   HOODLUMS.
Winnipeg, June IT.���As a resull o.r
the destructive propensities of certain hoodlums who attend the hand
concerts in the various city parks,1
the public parks hoard is seriously
considering 1 ho question of doing
away altogether with the music.
These   young    toughs,   who  atten I
nearly     ill    the concerts, are in  thej
I habil   of  tearing    things  loose    after I
idark when there is no danger of dis- j
f-overy,    After the hand concert  held!
j last   Thursday  nighl     in   Fort   Ron-"
j park  ii   was   found   thai   incalculable
, damage    had    heen   done   the  flower
��� beds and shrubs.
The   board   is    determined   that   it
������ '���ill nol  allow such tilings to happen
I for the sake of a little music, and tin- '
less the more law-abiding element ofj'
the citizens  whq attend the cone '
I nm curb i'.',e depredations of thes
hooellu;llSi the concerts will eas,. fe
''''.��� season.
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   VOU   HANK   WITH
������   The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER    45,000,000
We welcome small accounts anel pay interest four times
ti year on Saving's Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,   Manager.
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Rebels  Increase.
London, June 17. A despatch >
ihn Standard from Hong Kong says
the number eef rebels In the Menchaii
districl is increasing dally. The Im-
! ferial t roops from Canton have been
defeated In a llghl with the rebels an I
' he area of the revoll is extending.
A strong force of insurgents assembled n few miles from Weicha'u, the
Inhabitants of which became panic-
stricken. A body of militia which w is
senl un againsi these marauders was
cut up, scarcelj a man escaping,
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I Gilley Bros uu !
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston, I
And all the principal business. ��� 1
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAM
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW \< RK ���-���
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara FalU
For Time Tables, etc., addn -
GEO.  W. VAjX
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and      -,;
Atfent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Westminster Iron Works
GlENERAL MAOHlNUi A.\u H.NUIN1I
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHINO, BK1JJUH  I
STRUCTURAL IKON    WOKK
Ornamental   iron   Worn,   mciuilUU
Fences, Gates, Klre Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspond* I  8 !'���
vlted.
JOHN REID,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office "Phone 185.       Barn 'H&one 137
Columbia St.
Oaggage delivered    promptly to tny
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulinj
Office���Tram   Depot
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The   only   all   rail   route   between   all Great Diamond  Robbery,
points cast, west and south to Ross-      Melbourne,  .Tune  17.���Mr.   Baeur, a
land, Nelson and intermediate points    linmonrl  merchant,   was   found   dying
In his office to-day, with his skull
smashed in and a lean containing $."i>,-
000 worh of jewels missing.   There is
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'-lic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian   Pacific   Railway  for   Boundary  "" clue !" tne robbers
Creek points.
Connects   at    Meyers     Falls    with
stage c'-jily for Republic,
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective
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WELLINGTON
WELLINGTON   WASHED  NUT
AND PEA COAL,
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND  FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND  CEMENT.
This   celebrated   Cement   is
used by nearly all larse contractors in the Province.
ROSEBANK  LIME.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
LUMP     COAL
BEUH1E STKble.1
<    New Westminster.
f.
171
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW  BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
X Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 Z
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Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113". Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC R��
==FINEST  AND   FASTEST-
iooi.
Leave
n._>o a.m.  .
ta.25 p.m. .
���_ 40 a.m. ��.
Were   Not   Refused   Work.
Winnipeg, June 16.���A  cable  from
London, appearing in a receni Issue of
Sunday,    November    10,  a  .Montreal   paper slated  thai   21  men
'sent from Ipswich to Porl Arthur, on
Day Train Arrive ; Lake  Su;..-eio:-. all physically fit   and
..Spokane  ....MS p.m. BXperleneed navvle8 ���,���,. refu8ed em-
..Rossland  4'io p.m.    , ,,.,..
..Nelson   6.45 p.m.  i-,,'.v'��"��'  simply because they    weie
II. A.  JACKSON !'"!' ':..;>;..   The   Canadian    Pacl
railway authorities state thai so far
as they were aware, this is a ridiculous invention, and that employee 1
are only to*1 glad to get Englishmen, |
for they are anion;; the besl type of
Immigrants, and are the very men
whom big employers are doing all
they can to encourage to go to
'Canada.
W. IV Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Elljtrd   biocK     N��v_   W.*9t"vn��t?'     Ml
IMPRESSES!!
18,000 /EMPRESS OF BRITAINll*.W��
H. Power l EMPRESS OF IRELAND I     ,0IB
Nexl sailing trom Quebec, Ma: ;hlp
for other dates and particulars of re"
ditclons in  fares, apply lo
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. -s-'  '
Agent for all Atlantic S.S. conn ' eS :SDAY JUNE 18, 1907.
PROFESSIONAL
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
,   ,-rvnwi-  & EDMONDS, Barrio
rBI��?2d solicitors, Blackle Blk.,
Ier'    . , e|    New   Westminster,
lolui ��2i\. .";..;.,���' h. L. Edmonds.
j Whiteside, n. ^.
[. . r HAMPTON BOLE, solid
f|R,' I the supieme court. Offices
f "iiink  of  Commerce  build
r'coUimbia street,  opposite   post-
F'    mow Westminster.    Money to
|fiice, c11-"
wn.
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY  I
COUNCIL MEETING
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Burnaby Council,
The above council met on Saturday, i
June   15,  Reeve   Bryne  presiding and -.
tin' whole of the    councillors    being ^
INSECT POWDER
land   CATTLE   WASH I
TO   KEEP   OFF  THE   FLIES
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RYj4LL'S drug STORE I
AHTIN,
WEART & McQUARKIE,
terB .solicitors, etc. Of
JL Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
I('" r'.rkson and Lorne streets.
I"u''     r moms 21 to 24, 445 Cran
Me'     , 'w.  t>.  McQuarrie,   H.  A.
���    Mr   Martin  wif   be in th3
Bieunel-. ....
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
EYES   Tested    Free
llesto
trillion
,r ultices every Friday af
,.,y Kill) & BOWES, Barris
l��WAJ' BoHcltors, etc.. 42 Lorne
r   f '^Sf Court    House,   New
Pet'    ,,    ,\  whealler, P.O. Box
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  K.   WALKER, President ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.
,���,-,- | MARTIN, Barrister and
' ;'i,,,r Guichon block, Colum-
01 McKenzie streets. New West-
In and
Wtei. ����� l-
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
MYERS GRAY. Barrister, Solicitor
[and Noian Public, in practice since
I ;v>..v Westminster. B.C.    Of-
emoved t0 Curtis Block, Clark-
I   iM  ,..,.', opposite   Court House
p0 Box 169.   Telephone 04.
).-   n .\ NSFOKD,    Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
ruer nn iia     and     McKenzie
.���    sew Westminster, B. C.
IOARD OF TRADE.���New Westmin-
Bter Board of Trade meets In the
Board Room, City Hal), as follows;
(Second Wednesday of each month.
j Qiiurtt.ly meetings  on  the  second
| Wednesday of February, May,
August anel November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
memkrs   may   be    proposed    and
| elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeiiig.   A. B. Whi'e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
BANKING   BY   MAIL
Business may be transacted by m all   with   any   branch   of  the   Bank.
Accoun'-. opened, and deposits  made or withdrawn by mail.    Every
attentic - to out-of-town accoun ts.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
lOYAL CITY PRECEPTORY, No. 459
JR. B. K. of 1 , meets fourth
IFrldaj of each month, at 8
I p. m.. In Orange hall, corner of
lie ., avenue ami Tth street. So
(/owning Sir Knights cordially in
vited tee attend, W. E. Dunlop, W
P.; J. Hood, Reg.
JUNE WEDDINGS
In the spring a young man's fancy turns to
thoughts of love, and in June he gets married.
We have now a splendid new assortment of
Cut Glass
including Bowls, Pitchers, Vases, Water
Bottles;   and a   magnificent   selection of
Silverware
comprising beautiful Tea Sets, Candelabras,
Coffee Services, Serviette Rings, and Sugar
Basins.      To view our stock is to purchase.
Wedding Rings Our Specialty
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELER
CARR'S BISCUITS
in half-pound packages
25c per Ib.
-AT
Adams' Celebrated Truss Rod
Also Studebaker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, Farm Trucks,&c.
Agents for the J. J. Chase Threshing Machinery.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
Adams y Deans
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JOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150 #
-Meets :n Orange hall fl.'st and :
thinl Friday In each month at S p. Ia
m. Visiting brethren aie cordially 7
Invited ;,. attend. W. Pope, W. M., ��
James Humphrey, Rec.-Sec. ���
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i 0. 0. F.-AMITY  LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this Unl^e
0ddfellew8' hall, Colum'
Lreet, i very  Monday evening,
at S o'cloi       Visiting brethren cor
���ited 'ee attend.   S. Gregory-
N ':   C S. Richmond, V. G.; W. c
Coatham, li. s.;  J. W.  MacDonald.
R ?; Ali \   Adams. Treas.
Phone 101
Reichenbach Company
O.U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
-MeetlnRs the first and third Tues
^ Jn each month. Visiting
. ���''' : n cordially Invited to attend
,':}'" '"""i. A. O. D. W. hall, Odd
Allows block, Clarkson street. C
" :- in, recorder: Louis Witt
roaster workman.
LIMITED.
p0SE  OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
"''SONS  OF  ENGLAND,   B.   S���
,'.'   ''   " degree meets Second and
,",'''' '���'��������� "in sday of oach month,
,  lv '' P   Hall, Columbia St.. at
I le Rose Degree, Fourth
In   each month, same
���    Visiting Brethren
' "".I.      B.  n. Stlnctv
' ��� ''"    ii. Dlsnev, Secretary.
��URT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
,.; ",',''���     " Fourth Friday in the
o'clock,  in  the  small
.,  ', "   'fellows'    block.     Visiting
���' L"' cordially invited to at-
w"1;   ���   Q. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, r. g.
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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C��AURr,T p��YAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
.,������'��� he regular meetings of
.'. , ' ' " are held on the Second
..J"',1 ' lh Tuesdays of each month
... !'��� '"��� in the Oddfellows' Hall.
.' 'y Brethren are cordlaly in-
K ?',' '"'���mb E. C. Firth, C. R.;
r' i. Maxwell, Sec.
the royal te
PERANr, " rEMPI-ARS OF TEM-
Kt 8 n-ni imeet evt'ry Wednesday
Hall A ," ''' '"������ '" Oddfellows'
j, ' ��� ������lniiil.ia street. Vlsltlug
ten,|n -"T ordially invited to at.
Set * 1!"rr'S'C; N.R. Brows,
SOCiATiriM TUND BENEFIT AS-
CAMpTq0.N' LORD OF THE ISLES
Third Tnl'T  eetfl on ,ne Flrst and
K-   nf    !' ,;,y ot ever>' month  In
Chief,  i,    ;'"'     -'"hn    McNiven
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PAPER IS THE BEST
W�� FOR ADVERTISERS.
,        BULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
Reduced Round-Trip Rates
TO THE EAST
Tickets on sale July 3, 4 and 5; August
S, 9 and 10.	
FOURTH of JULY RATES
Tickets on sale July 3 and 4; final return limit good until July 6.	
(For full information call on or address)
F, C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Telephone 194
i;' sent. S
An application from the Stake Lake *.
Power company for permission to ���
carry their liish power line along tbe ���
entire   length   of   Hastings   road   wns  ����ft��*��SI-��^
supported    by    Mr.   Bonycastle,    the   - -1���     ���  ���   	
'engineer. In the absence of tiie secretary of the company and of full details as to conditions proposed, the
consideration of the matter was laid
over till the nexl nn eting.
The .Maps Approval bylaw for 1907
for regulating the width of the new
lanes, streets and roads, nnd for governing the submission and approval of
ma] s ol townsltes and suburban subdivisions, was real a second time, and
[committed for reconsideration and re-
Iport.
A bylaw to readjust the amount of
annual instalments payable to the
sinking fund (subjeel lo the approval
cf the lieutenant gove n ir in council)
in respect to existing loans was Intro-
liiced and read a first time.
The clerk submitted returns showing the details of the I'mb assessment
j roll as passed by the couri of revision. The net amount (after allowing
i for exemptions) of the assessed value
i : land is as follows: Total for municipal    purposes,     improved    $5r.2."."eS.
wild  $1,046,056, total $1,598,614;  total
for school   board   purposes,  improved
$553,643, wild $1,065,501, total $1,619,-
. 144.    Not   taking  improvements  Into
account.
Owing     to    Increased     assessment
value, a considerable reduction in tlie
rate of taxation was resolved upon.
The taxes for the past year were paid
j as follows: Upon improved land, ii
j mills on the dollar against 8 mills in |
19 6; upon wilcl land, 15 mills on the
0 liar, as against 20 mills In 1906. The
last date for obtaining tbe rebate was
fi;:ed for October 15.
The    rate of taxation    for    school i
board  purposes was  fixed at  2 mills
i n the dollar on wild and    improved '
i like.
The following tenders were accept-   :
ed:   (ieorge Holbrook. Anderson road
specification, fs per   chain:    George
Holbrook,  Balnbridge  road specification,  $7.50   per  chain:     Mark    Mills.
Patterson  road   specification,   $-1   per'
chain:   F.   Mutt itt.   section    2.  Tenth;
avenue   specification.   $1S   per   chain:
George Davies. section  2. Tenth avenue specification, $17  per chain.
A letter from property owners    in
; district   lots   fiS   nnd  2H    asking    for
ids  to be opened  up and    graded.
was  referred  to  the    councillor    for
Ward IV for report.
N'otice  of  appeal   of .1.  .1. .lohnston
| (on  behalf of the estate of William
.1 thnston also) against the decision of '
i the   court of revision   whereby   the
[Johnston property in districl iot "1 is]
- lassed as wild land, was received.
It was  decided  to  have eill  broom
on  the Burnaby  roadside cut. and to
ask Coquitlam   council  to have  their
- side cut  in a lllte manner.
The time for receipt of tenders for
slashing, and grading on flun road
was extended to the 28th inst.
The reeve was authorized to sign an
agreemenl  between the city of Van-
1 cee-.iv< r, the corporation of South
Vancouver,  lhe corporation of Rich-
\ liiond. and the corporation of Burnaby, as to use by the three municipalities of the Seymour creek roadway, now under construction by the
i city, upon  payment  of  proportion of
I cosl based upon (he number of inches
oi water recorded. The authority to
be subject   t*i  the  approval    of  the
'terms of the agreement by the coun-
Ifs solicitors,
The clerk (as returning officer) re-
.ported absence of nominations for the
office-  of councillor   for   War,I   I,  an1
(.he   filling  of  the   vacancy     by    th
council was postponed till a later dal
The clerk was Instructed to ask the
consent of the New Westminster coun-
' cil to opening up of 26 chains r.f
Tenth avenue in conjunction with this
i council.   The portion proposed to be
| proceeded with is the south west part
of the avenue.
i The clerk was instructed to issue
notices against nude bathing, lighting
of fires and bad language at Deer
lake, and  instructions were given to
: the constable thereon. '���
Councillor Anderson was authorized
to bring in specifications for complet-
j Ing widening of Hastings road.
Councillor Love to bring in specification for V drain on Sixth street.
Specifications* for  improvement    of
j Hastings    road    was    submitted    by
! Councillor Anderson and ]_ove anel
lenders to he called for the work.
The council adjourned till Friday,
���lune 28 at 7::w p. in., this being pay
day.
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New foundland, aud   in   London,  England,
New York, Chicago and Spoka ne, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A General Panl-ting Business Transac ted.
Letters of Credit issued, available wi tl. correspondents in all Darts of tbe
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits   received In earns of $1 and upwards,
anel interest allowed at 3 per c ent. per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D.  BRYMNER, Manager.
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
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(Maple Leaf
Label)
Is gaining in favor every day.   Our output last year was double the
preceding one.    Thc most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Lrntm �������� amm^m m^aM\\4tm>s*as)*aimam*>MaV*mim'*t<apm ������*����������<��� ���>���>����� XMN��>������<
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The Trader, which has been tu
loading about 180 ions of coal al tl
C  P. N. wharf, will leave today.
ADVERTISE --������--   -v
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY.  jUNe ..
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News  Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their i
..ffices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster, 0. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in saltness���but delicate, giving just
the right savour.    Use no other.
SOCKEYE SPURTS
AT BELLINGHAM
151
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10'
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .01
the Inch. Five cents per line for,
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line. |
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or i
deaths,   50c.     Wants,  for  sales,  lostI
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
pcr   word.      No   advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day  Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
tention is paid in schools to a subject
e.f such Jiving and life-long interest.
[e is. of course, Imp isslbte to make
during the school period a thorough,
nol to say an exhaustive study 'if
'slang' in English, but it Is eiuite prac-
Salmon Traps Ready for Reception of Fish���Lots Are
Shipped to Seattle.
Bellingham,    June    17.
-Spur
?r the
of
....���,:,;,     i,,   .,:���.,'. minds of\^h'are beginning to enter the traps
if I of the P.  A.   F.  cannery.    Yesterd iy
morning a total of 1,162 salmon were
jouflyg people an enduring interest, .. t
not. -an insatiable curiosity, about the
meanings and  forms  of    words, past|received.    Of this number       u.;,-
.md present. To a person who has
this interest aroused in him, his own
language as well as that of his neigh-
sockeyes and the balance spring salmon. Twelve 800-pound tierces imi
twenty-four .150-pound     boxes    were
bors becomes a subject of observa- j shipped on ice to the San Juan Fish
tion which gives a new ami lasting' company for the retail markets in
s.esi  to life.   This is the true scien-  Seattle.    All   the  traps  are in    anl
ready for the reception of the fish as
TUESDAY, JUNE  18, 1907.
titic observation, for scientific meth-
od may be'applied to any other subject matter as wei! as to physical objects and processes."
Lumbermen   Lose   Logs.
SENSIBLE POSITION. Edmonton, Al-;... June IT-One    ofl
The-    Vancouver    News-Advertiser,jthe 1,T(,.lt,.sl ,|isa,.f.,, ever experienc-
wrltlng about the better terms devel- td ,,.. |umbermen of the clty ���f Ed-
opments,  puts one.    wry    important  monton    occurred    Saturday    night,
side of the matter In its proper light.  (.|Use(1 hy ,,_., Blldden r,ge .,,. ,,,.. H.|S. |
as follows: katchewan  river   which   swepl   away
"There is one. other matter In con- thousands of logs and several rafts of
nection with the subject thai seems ,,,,���,���.,. Th]g mornlng the miMy,
to  require  some   reference.      If the  ,���,nVM w.1((.,s of ,,]e ,jv,,, ���.,,,... ;l]jve
Provincial  interests  are  to be  served   ...
in the most  effective way. the ques
tion must  be de-alt with as one entlre-
ilh  logs  and  floating  debris.
The heaviest losers are D. R. Fraser
they journey northward to the spawning grounds.
Authorities at the canneries say
that the big run is not expected until about July 20. but it is confidently
expected that myraids of the valuable
sockeye will he caught. Headquarters of the fish company at Eliza Island is practically depopulated as the ,
last crew of men lefi this morning
for the various fish traps an.l camps
operated by the company.
LEADER   IN   DANGER.
Recently Imported
Gold Brooches
9ct,   14ct,   18ct,   22ct.
(Just what your fiancee is looking for)
HORACE DORER
GOLDSMITH,   SILVERSMITH    ANO  DIAMOND   MERCHANT.
COLUMBIA   STREET.   NEXT  TRAM  OFFICE.
&. company, and the Edmonton Lum-
ly outside of party politics, it was so ; ))Pr company.
regarded in the Provincial f.egisla- a large pocket boom of the Edmon-
ture, In the inter-provincial confer- I(1I1 Lumber company was carried
ence and in the Dominion Parliament, completely away, as was also a por-
To be consistenl i�� holding that view. tion ,,,. a pockel ,.0O;u belonglng ,0 D
Conservatives must refrain from r. Fraser & company, lower down in
charging thai Sir Wilfrid Laurier has,the rivei. ,There ,a ., smal] ,,���,.���..��� .������
been the cause of the province's fail- lh��� F|,1S���, ,������������ ,,.,, contalning .,..,������
ure to obtain what it sought.   If any-   5000 logs
one can be held responsible it must ��� ,g estimated that more than 100,-
be the Inter-provlnclal conference. 000 ,ogg ���.,,..., f,:|n.ii,| Rway wUfi ,ag|
ecided    what   the extra  sum   night'B flood.    The  river rose twelve
Wine   Growers   Revolt   Problem   Agitates  Statesmen.
Pan's. June  IT.���The government's'
below, In the shaft in which Grainger I
and Joyce lost  their lives.   The   me
uncovered is Identical with thai of the
Carlisle, the nexl claim on the south,
and (he riches! producer of tue camp.
b\ the
i The Copper King, now ovvnei
iThomas syndicate,   is    the   scene of
definrite decision regarding the winegrowers'   problem   In   the   Midi,   it  is j
,���,������,._..    ...ei,   e j    _.  1      active operations, about   thirty   men
(���xpectp-i,   will   be  announced    today:
granted  to  British Columbia    should
feel from 6 o'clock Saturday evening
immediately  after the  cabinet  meeting.
Ii is reported that M". Albert, leader I
cf the agitation, is to be arrested, The :
rumor has caused excitemenl in tin-
towns of the Mieli. Ii is believed,
h iwever, thai Albert Is secure from
capture as he is saiel to have fled to
a secret  refuge.
being employed.
WIND STORM
be.   11   is  not  difficult  to understand antll , 0-clock yesterday morning
why   the   various   Provincial   Premiers Logs   ���..,,,,   ,ying   ...   rarIoug   pointg
were not willing to give more liberal along ,,���. rlver banIi for ., dlstance o(
mcogrvition of our claims.    They had .60 to 100 miles.   Owners sav the logs I    U"""    Horse     V
Ln consider what   would  he-  the attl- had been piled within the- high water
lude  of  their  respective  legislatures mark duTlhg the winter and all those
and electorates to the subject,   if the wltWn ,,,.,, ....... w)]] ,,o r,.n.rji ,
Ledge  of Copper  Found.
T..   June 17.���
strike, thai places the Copper King
mine In the top row of the list nf local
;, Ining properties was made last week
Silent  Smith's  Will   Contested.
New York, .lune 17.���Silent Smith's
. will  may  be congested after all.     \
: claim for eighl and a half million is    cash, balance easy terms,
i'i prospect in a New York court, based on an amazing hidden chapter in ,
the Croesus'  life.    Mrs.    Simon    Du
Freche,   New   Orleans,   claims   to   be
Lhe daughter of Silenl Smith and Ellen j
Cargen,  horn  after a  romantic marriage in 1886 in Texas.   She produces
records and  has engaged  three <��� mi -
neut lawyers.
. ACREAGE
A first class farm in Chiiliwack District,   close   to   town, all clean
Price $75 per acre;   1-2 cash.
lul acres eir. Pitl river, clos,- tn the Fraser, with gooel buildings
kinds, all  cleared,  about  55  acres  in  crop, price $7500, with ��� isy tenmjl
20 acres on V, W. & V. Ry., In burnaby, only 2 miles out, partlj tl-;J
ed, small orchard, tl-room house, gocd barn, price $2100, 1-2 -   sh,
S acres on main road on Lulu island,clos e to bridge, price $2000,
One of the rafts which wenl adrifl
when a well defined ledge of copper tn
pl ice, four feet wide and of unknown
matter  was   referred  to  them  al   all
we do nol s,,. how Sir Wilfrid Laur- ���,    ,.,.���,,,   ,.,,..     ,      :
lor could refuse. 10 abide by their de- ni!1���s  U))  lh(.  ..j...... ft)   ,,.(, Wg |s]and | depth, was uncovered ee shorl distan
cision.   From whai passed In the Do- ehannej^jjbe firms   ewnina the lo-.
minion   Parliament,  we must  assume- |ssued ,,���.;Ii(. I1()l!,..���,    ,1]a|    a���    ,..,...
lhal     Mr.   Borden   would  have  acted  beating their respective marks will be
as Sir Wilfrid  Laurie;- has don,., had   ,,,,���������.,,.    Vdvices ,,.,.,, , ,.  __....., (Q
ho been In power,    li cannol  be wise,   Prince Brothers of Battleford to catch
therefore,  If we hope to succeed ul-   1,1
tin.atel\   In  our  claim,  :ee  attack Si
WllfrId   i���""'i<,,��� '",'1  >'  "      ""' matter New 'Phones for Vancouver.
Into the arena of party politics.   Nor, j    Vancouver,   June    17.���Since   earl..
���although   we nre opposed  to him, do (yesterday morning tli    British Colum-
we thinli s,lcl1 a C0UI'se is f��fr '" Sir, lia Ted,.phone: com an.   has I ti op-J
v lM"i!  Hurler. orating Its service from it.
THE DAILY NEWS WANT ADS.
BRING RESULTS.
30 acres on Lulu island, 300 yards water-frontage, onlj   2 mil
city,  price $1500.  to a  cash  buyer.
Male &  Land
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY!
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335 P. O. Box 2<>i
coming  .own.
ii,".v renin  Se ;.: -        street.       U  I
15   , 'elm I.  -el!   com pel le ms   :���:   the   1
...v ABOUT   ENGLISH    WORDS.
The   5'pronlo  Globi    lias  an  articl?   iatter  place were cut.    Half an  hom
 '������    tlSe   "��1    abuse of  words,  elapsed before tl ��� ..��� ���   exchange was
; ore pi tli ilarly with regard to word connected up for service, arid the op-
coinlng and slang, which ii concludes erators -'.'������ Installed in front of the
with a   suggestion    that   more atten-j non  board.
im   a ould  be paid to the subjeel  in      In  consequence  of  the   change  the
our   public   schools.      Il   is   certainly   daj   when subscribers have to ring to
one   ol   ���'        proaches   of our  school   gel  contra! is pasl    .ei! one needs to
.;   -:, tl    u little attention is paid   io now to gel tin      ... toi  i- to tal e
t.e  our own   language,      The    G   : ������    he receiyer from  Its  hook  when  .he
I call is; a itom , ; :'',       ��� gi .��� 1,     of
"The moral if all this, if it has any h mrse :h" hanging over if I20(i tolej
moral al all, is thai 'slang' should be phone services cannoi be done ' lit
inn Indiscriminately condemned, but out some trouble to subs ribers, and
critically studied, nol prejudged but several clays may elapse i.c-fon ,-\, r\
asked to slum cause, nol 'turned instrument Is In perfeel working or>
dovvn' or 'fired out,' bill given a der. When the new system Is in
rhance to prove iis righl to a place miooth oiieration Its efflcienc; will be
In   n loctable   dictionary,        It  is   ,1 leasl  25 per cen;. greater Ihan the
much -i    -��� ri gretted thai bo little st- I old one.
Shoe
rHEFAIROFll
EDMONTOM
July 1,2, 3and4|
$15,000
TO BE EXPENDED
���IN ���
Morse Racing,
Attractions
and Prices."
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* FOURTH SHIPMENT THIS SEASON JUST IN i
THE VERY LATEST SHAPES
$7.50 to $10
:iy.,iOb'  ���   Columbia Street
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Boys and Girls want style in their Shoes just as
much as grown-up folks; but strength, durability
and proper fitting are more essential.
WE BELIEVE
OUR CHILDREN'S SHOES
EXCEL AT EVERY POINT
Boys' Shoes, in box calf, grain calf, Dongola kid, lace or Blucher
styles, hum $1.75 to $3.50 a pair
Youths' Boots, in all tiie leathers that wear well; prices L.25, 1.75 to 2.25
Misses' Tan Oxfords and Slippers, sizes 11 to 2   1.75 a pair
White Canvas Shoes, the very best grade  1.25    "
Barefoot Sandals,  made with   oak leather soles,  sizes
11 to 2  1,50    "
Girls' White Canvas Oxfords,  size 8 to 10 1-2   Loo    "
Child's White Canvas Oxfords,  size 5 to 7 1-2     90c    "
Child's Barefoot Sandals,  size 5 to 7 1-2   l.oo    "
SPEAKING OF SIZE, we wish to say that we have a shape
and width to fit correctly every child's root that comes to us.
We know how to do it.
Formal opening by the I
V.   Iii i.i ea,   Lieutenanl  <���      '
Alberta.
Best Stock Show in flie
JOHNSTON'S
I BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd. - New Westminster
Reduced   Railroad   Ra! '5 H
all  Points.
Mine.   M.  Fiske  and       V"I
York Artisls on lhe 2nd.
Driving Club Races every cveninjl
For full  iniormation   app |
Secretary-Treasurer.
Second-HandPIANOS|
ORGANS.    RANGES,    STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS, ETC
Rushton & Speck |
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SECOND-HAND   STORE |
We also do all kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign   Man on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westmin"*
Phone 2 7fi
We Eat to live
��� lul at Hi" same time il   i
mry to know what wh are ���
At KENNY'S Cafe
Veeu can rely upon Gel "i1"
Best of Evebvtii no :SDAV.
jUNc   18,   1307.
ft*-      THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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The Cash Store
Extra Special Sale of fine Linens
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225 Fine Pure Linen Damask TABLECLOTHS
purchased at a liberal discount for cash from an Eastern
agent who wished to clear out his stock. The goods are
all high-grade stock. Scores of new designs in the lot
never offered in the regular way. As the stock is much
larger than we wish to carry, we place them on sale for
a few days only    at   Special   Reductions:
n only 8-4 Pure Linen Cloths, assorted patterns, rep. 52,25, for $1.50
3 only 8-4 x 10-4 Pure Linen Cloths, "
23 only 8-4 x 10-4
Ifl only 8-4 x 12-4
5 only 8-4 x 14-4
06 only 8-4 x 10-4
43 only 8-4 x 12-4
n onlv 8-4 x 10-4
7 only 8-4 x 12-4
Ij only 8-4 x 14-4
3 only 8-4 x 14-4
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3.75, for
4.50, for
4.25, for
4,50, for
5,25, for
5.50, for
6.50, for
8.00, ior
7.25, for
9,50, for
2.90
3.40
3.15
3.40
4.00
4.25
4.90
6.00
5.50
7.25
30 dozen  Heavy Damask Table Napkins, ranging in price from $2.50 to
$6.00 doz., will be cleared oul at similar reductions.
50 yards Fine Double Damask Table Linen. $1.50 value for $1.1 O yd.
The manufacturer's expert found slight ilaws or imperfections
that would be overlooked by the average buyer, so slight that it
never affects the service of the linen. These defects, if any, will
be pointed out to every customer.
Dee not let this opportunity pass.   As you are aware, good linens are the
cheapest in the end.
On Sale TO-DAY from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A    ��
267-271
Columbia St.
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The coming marriage Is announced
of  Miss  Eva  v.-n'i.      v.    - Con I ih,
daughter    of John  C.  Con   ��� i,
of Ne wWestmiste ���, I i
A.   E.   Mallettt,  of  the    Nott   Ma    tl
compan)   of   Vanoouv  r.    The    n ar-
lage will take place al  Victoria   ind
I   will be strictly private on accounl  of
the  recent    death    of  Mrs.  Cornish.
The B. C. Fisheries convention will      John Smith, an octogenerain of Porl   Aft(.r a weddlng Bupper :,  ,,���. lvsj.
meet in Victoria on the tenth of July.   Hammond,    submitted    to  a   critical dence of Ml.  .���.,, M...   Mallett| Sr>i at
operation for the removal of a tumor   n SlllH_rior gtreet, the partj  will take
K. J. Lynch, returned yesterday from
a trip to Calgary, win.re !i<> went in
the Interests of his business.
the steamer for a tour of the Sound
on Saturday.   Tin. growth, which was
|at the back of the head, was removed cities
by Dr. Hall, who performed the oper-]
Good progress is being made on the  ation  without the use e>f chloroform     New-  uniforms for the New  v. >st-
construction  of the new   B. 0.  E.  R. ! 01" opiates  of  any   kind.    Mr,  Smith   Minster senior baseball team will  be
freight  shells    on    Front  street, the stood the ordeal well, ;iml is ndw em  ready  todaj  week, and  will be worn
framework   being now  almost    com- a ''''''' w:1>' ���" recovery. for the first time, in the' match to take
pleted, place at North Vancouver agains
At a meeting of ihe' hind owners of Athletics em .inly 1.   This pleasing in-
Tbe   tug  Flyer led     for   Pitl   lake  lhe  Chiiliwack-Sumas dyking district i formation was made public at .1 meet-
ypsterday to bringdown :i scow load-   which  will  be held  tomorrow  in  tin''mg of the committee held  yesterday
led ��iih building stone, tee be used in   town hall al Upper Sumas, ammended   evening, when  arrangements  for  this
the foundation of the new wing to the plans   for  the   reclammation    of  the evening's game agains-  -lie. Athletics
Central school. i Sumas   lake-  lands   will be  submitted : were  completed.    Silver  will   n il   be
with the necessary estimates. Should able to  play, but,  although thla  will
The  contractors  have   no*  started
i>i'k preparatory tee commencing the
the pi.ms be approved, an  increased   weaken   the  team  to  a  considerable
assessment of over $600,000 will have extent,  the' locals expect   to make  a
for the foundations.
Cut   Mowers and Pot  Plants.     King I
up Tie'y, the florist.    'Pheine A1S4.
addition   to  the   Central     chool.
; tei P.. home, by the owners oi  landstgood showing against  the    rerminal
gang of iiK'n are at work excavating ,   ��� ....j ___,_,                     .
merited. . ���<;    j city ball  pounders.    Sayee will pii b
��� for the firsl five Innings, when he will
;l    Several complaints having ,-, ntl>' be relieved  tor the remainder of the
been   made  to  the  effeel   thai   young Lame by   Curlj  Lewis.   Sid Malcolm-
imen  and boys  are  In   the  habll    of son will catch.   The remainder of the
Companies  A.  and   B. of the Sixth  bathing   in   Deer  laks  in   the  simple   ,,..,.���   wi���   ,���.   eompOSed   ot   Sinclair.
���egimenl   D.  C. O.  R.  win parade atlattire affected   by   the   rathe',-  of  all   tlrst   has,.;   Sells,  second,    J.   :.  .vis,
he armouries tomorrow  for tin. pur-   mankind   in   th,'  days   that   preceded   ,;������.,   st0]).   Brlgga   thlrd   base.   the
eose of arranging for .1 guard of hon-   acqualntence wiih the tree of knowl-1 outfielders ' wilt    be    selected    from
r for Prince Fushimi, nexl Saturday,   edge, action is aboul to be taken  bj   among ihe following:  Barbaree, Price,
,:  Vam',,"v''1'- the  Burnaby council  to compel these  Canfleld, Ryall, Owns and Stein     p.
youthful   Adam   imitators   10   assume j. Lynch will handle the Indicator.
the   garb   prescribed  bj   lhe   laws   of
the corporation.
Work is steadily progressing on ihe'
new governmenl suae; boai which Is
al  preseni  having the machinery put
In by the. Schaake. Machine Co., bul Millmen and others interested in the
the boai  Is nol  expected to be ready d0ings of the' Fraser are beginning to
foi a month yet. ,,, congratulate   themselves  thai   the
The \ew Westminster rifle associa- danger  trom  fIoods and ",1"'1' '"'' '"-
lion expect  the arrival of a consign- ""'li"'""''s wfiich  �� "^ 'eared would
ment  of  guns  from  Victoria    today, ,",,,uv ""' steady ralslng ot ""' riv"''
which will enable them tee outfit the' wl" soon '"' :1 thl"8 ot "'" |KIS'  tor
thels   season.     Latest   news   from   all
eighty odd   new   membi
joined the association.
who have
points show that the water is steadily
falling, opposite th.. city, a decrease
K. .1. Fader, who was operated on of one. foot has taken place during
.; appendicitis al the Royal Colum- Ihe pasl seven days, while al Chllll-
ian yesterday, is reported tei be rest- wack and Mission bridge the watei- is
au easily. The operation was a com- nearlj two fe I lower than it was on
ilete success and a speedy recovery June 6.
3 confidently expected. 	
-
NOTICE
N'.vice Is hereby given th
it  on or
before the  19th daj   of .1 ine
.  1907,  r
Intend   to  make,  application
t 1    the
1 Icense   Commissioners  of
he   City
of    New    Westminster for
1   liquor
license for the Hotel Russell
n iw be-
ing erected In this city, and
sltuated
em  Carnarvon, Alexander an
l Begbie
streets.
1    Dated this 10th day or Jua
.-.  1907.
E. .1. F
VDER.
ENGLISH BRASS AND IRON BEDS
Just received a shipment of Brass and Iron
Beds direct from Birmingham, Eng.   They
are handsome, strong and durable.    Come
see the line.
White Bedspreads, Sheets and Pillow Cases
Come and inspect. A preal variety.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
NEW  WESTMINSTER. D.  C.
DL'PONT  BLOCK
k.	
PIllllH! 73
The students and staff of St. Louis
college spent a delightful day's outing ai English baj yesterday. An attractive program an 1 lunch wen. seem.1
ol the features, and a good time was
In lulged In until evening, when the
, party n turned i<> the city.
Inspector of Penitentiaries (l. \v.
Dawson lefi for Ihe easl yesterday
morning, having completed his annual
Inspection of the B. C. penitentiary.
Mr, Dawson finished up his inspection here, with n visit ne Pitl lake,
where the local institution operate a
' lock quarry.
The. schooner North which was
1 1 titred aboul two years ano bj the
T cruiser Kestrel, and bought In at pub-
I lie am lion by the Dominion govern -
> ment, i- being turned Into a protec-
\ lion cruiser. The vessel has been to-
_ tally refitted, and is expected to be
  In  much  faster boai   than  hea- captor,
.    k, r, 1   .   , ' 'he  Kestrel.
Kruger s   Name  Rejected.
Cape  Town, .lane   17.���A re.   ���'. ;  11      Two outings  will  take  place loduy.
favor of resl irlng     e name. Krujj      The Ladles' Aid of the St, Paul's Re-
J ivi nue to one of the e hlef streel ��� in
j the 1 Ity the' original name was
I   , banged   lo  Alexandra   in enue    afti r
the   lati    war   has   teen   rejected   bj   nll(]   beach,    Vancouver,    while
j   'he' Bloemfonlein corporation, | Westminster Lodge NTo,  1  It. T. of T
.-���ill take  a trip this evening to Eng-
I'onned Episcopal church will be entertained bj the members eef th<
vestry of thi   church to a trip to sec-
hi
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
in, applj  Daily Nbwb
llsh hay.
i    ro RENT     \
I     HOUSE    AND    TWO    LOTS   I
While li aving on lhe ('. P, R. train
for   the   ensl   yesterdaj   afternoon,   a
nt,;; oung lady  droppe I her coat  he iween
splendid   location;   cornei 11   the  platform and  the train.    Ilea <���--
rar line, e   bl  minutes    from    pos    t.0rt,   with     more   folhardiness    ihan
office,     Applj    I'.    V,   Daily    News   ^rude 1,    i llalely    jumped    be-
iffice. ' ween the mo\ Ing trnin and Lhe deiiol
platform, and -.- scuetl the fallen arll-
A   1' 11 -1 ��� Btep on his  pari   would
IF YOU
A GOOD 7Y//AG, SECURE THIS.
29
Lots in a splendid location and bound to double
in value, for the price of
$2,175
figure it out and you will find they cost on an
average
$75
You cannot duplicate the price and location in
the city today.
for sale   A   I paying business,
the Arrow Job Printing Plant, ge id   '
have  meant   instant   death,
w ;ii  as ::  running 1 oncern.    Ro mi
t. Dailj   Ni ws Block. tl      The r: , .. ,   ;,,  yesterdaj   wltli
 ~~~ ;. 9cow load of crushi 1 rock, consign-
13 RENT   Thirteen roomed boarding ,      ,      .     .,
.     ed  to  lie.  city,  leer  lhe   mnondnmizln ,
house, .ml furniture ror sale. Apply    ,. ,, ,    ..      ���..���_.
,    . ot Carnarvon street,    Several parties,
,!   11   Johnson,  10th. st. ami   uick-
i ommenttng on  lhe work   mi ntloned,
land street, j remarked   thai   now    the    board    of
MISS L. HOE from England, trained works had started, II would be a :������-���!���]
under Royal academy   masters.   An  thing  to  keep  on   macadamizing,  as
experl teacher of the plnaforte, also  there are many streets   In   the   city
drawing and painting.   Address for  thai nre badly In need of improvemenl
the preseni   P.  O.   New   Westmin-[of this kind.
stei", 11. C. I    ���,,,,,    . , ���
--1    For    bedding    plants,      especially
WANTED   Man   lor  grocery     wagon.   Asters,   telephone   T,   Davies   &   Son,
Musl ')" good with horses andkuowm 20S,
city  well, good  wages ami  steady
employment   to  good  man.    Applj
at once, C. A. Welsh,
Splendid  Styles
Now In  For
s
ummer
w
ear
Ordnance
Hem.. .   ible
md  Defence,
1; loneers, will
,   em     Friday,
o'clock a. ra.,
md imned Ord-
Ising   At ���
its,  Cl thins and
A strawberry and Ice en.au; festival
tr on a big scab, will be held In the St.
'Barnabas parish room tomorrow eve-
' 1,
Fine Worsteds, Check Tweeds,  in/(v|(,... jn oharg    .��� II
.e'r Information ���.. hi   1
d.
__..   ,        . . rchased musl be ren
Our Window shows the smarte;..     .,���,,,. ,���,���,., .lf,���,. t;,0
Boom
Mcleod, sviasik &
Tl*Farm Land Specialists,'' NcuTtt^^
ORNING PAPER.
��UR BUSINESS BY ADVERTISING  IN  THE M<
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive-   ..,..,__   A  flr8|  v].^ 9Tagrm has I n
lv ln timber.   Have large and small j preparedi  ,,,,,1   an   excdltenl   time   I
tracts  on   water.    If  you   wish   to; , 1,)Mlisi,(,<    A���   .,,���,,���  slllU   ,vili  ,���. .,
buy or sell, see me.  % R. Chandler, feature ���,. ,,���. teBtlvali whlch n,ui ,,,
407   Hastings  SL,  Vancouver,  U.C.   .,.,,���������������,   ,������,,���.       ,���,,,,,
FOR SALE-A small Island containing   Women's    Auxiliary.      The '���'
about 16 acres, close to New West- will  be devoted to the gen
i    minster city. Can boused tor a mill ol the church.   The evening i>n
site.      For    particulars    apply    to, will   conclude   . :''       .".iei..    .i-"h.l
.Ounderson & kaaa't grocery, oduced by chut '   ind locrJ ti   nt. |
double breasted styies.
Our \Vindow sho
ard dressy c'otk.'s.
���cash,
E, PI8BT, Colonel,
"Jbeputy Minister of Mllltla   in l
Defence,
���artu'eent of Militia and Defence
Ottawa, .Tune, 1907. THE   DAILY  XEWS.
TUESDAY
JUNE,.
.
Half The
is nearly past, and every day sees Real Estate m New Westminster advance in price. Call on us immediately and see
for yourself the values we are able to offer.
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU   WANT  BETTER THAN  THIS?
WrnfB&W-? m, W cleared'
Not only Phonographs, Graphophones
and Victor Talking Machines can be
purchased at TODD S Music House,
out also tne finest Pianos manufactured
in tne Dominion of Canada.
NORDHEIMER      DOMINION
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS
J. H. TODD
Newr Westminster s Music House
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
under cultivation; 200 .voung
i-es, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
; houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance ti
ami  ll' months.
This property is only % mile from
tram   line.    Over  two hundred   ehick-
jens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half casfi, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
Kill   ae
$40 per
res,  :'  miles   from city.
acre
Two  lois  on   18th   street,
tween Tth and Sth avenues.
be-
G lots on Columbia St., Sapperton,
No. 23-28, Div. ;:, Block 13, Lot 26,
$450; Lots 27 and 28, $400; Lots
2d. 21 and 25. $300. All cleared.
Half cash, balance at 7 per cent.
2S   acres on    Mara  road, Burnaby.
$160 an  acre    FOR    A   FEW    DAYS
1 lot -No. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Xos. Sl to 86 and 96, !*5 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; email
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 ca_sh.
11-2 house, C rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
ONLY.    One-quarter cash,   balance   1  street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 lier cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
17 lots, 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
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized. 6Gx
(.'nine.i' ed' Hamilton street.
Xo. 11 anel 12. Price $245, ''_.
cash, balance 6  nionths.
S i-,
160 acres in Surrej
S.14 nf sec i'. township 2. Log
house, 16x24, ami chicken coops,
small barn; 60 fruit tn es; 12
acres cleared, 4 acres under
cultivation and s acres slashed
Price $20 per acre. % cash, balance' in  12 montbs at ",'",.
1
nil size lol, block 1
, lot 14.
St.   I
'atrick's    Square:
Price
$450.
1 lot, 55l/��xl66, Tenth street,
ofl Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, halance terms
to suit,
8 - roomed modern
dence on 4th A v. betwj
6th and Tth St., withc
acre of land, contain!
fruit trees, outbuildy
stables, &c; an exceptij
ally cheap bargain %
$4,500. $2,500 cash, bald
in 1 year at 7 percent,
and 2 years at 7 %.
2 lots, full sized, 132xlH2, corner of
;the Crescent;   7-roomed  house.   Price
$10,500, !j 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
A  Cheap Property.
House  6 rooms,    flush  closet,    1%
House corner or Tth St. and 4th
Ave.; 9 rooms; 2 full sizeel lots, 66x
132; orchard of apples, pears and
plums. Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, balance on time at 7 '',.
61 acres Murphy  Landing,    4  miles $5,000, half cash
above .Mission Junction, dust at the
landing of Murphy Landing, about the
centre of lot; 25 acres cleared, under
cultivation: 4-room house, barn and
stable; about one acre orchard, bearing; fruit trees. Price $1,350, on easy
132;  Xos. !) and  12.      Price $1000 for terms (or $1,250 cash).    $22 per acre,
40 acres ^ section H \; 1
of Tn. 2, about 3 mile ,.',,;
llaworiti road, Burn bouseu
]i/2 storey house   : MMt
other :; can be add<        ta rs
shack;   l'._.   acres  , .    . 1 :,,j,'.-
with clover, red; fai ',. J
One  mile  from  Bhii
$1,200;.   terms  half ,    '���,. ^_J_\
months at 7 %.
1  full sized lot on St. Pal
north side, between        . ;.\ ;;,
and Glovei '3 house.,   p   , j^n
cash, balance in 6 months 11" "I
Full sized lot No. 12 on R ; J
and Sth St.    Price. $.1050.  half 1
balance at 7 '.; per annum.
Westerly 4,  11  (et e.'   sub. Blwtfc
132x132 corner 100 fei
houses drawing $28 ;���    month.
balance In 0 aijj
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2 lots on Princess SI     N'o I
12, between 6th and Tth Ave.,twj|
from  6th St. on south    side.
No ll, $210, half cash,
al  7  '. ;     No.  12, cleare.:    $3'; |
cash, balance 6 mos. a;
on Fourth Ave., one lot from   both, half cash, balance easy.
C.-B. WOULD LIMIT
POWER OF LORDS
Premier Introduces Resolution to Give Commons Final Decision in Parliament
London,   dune    16.���The    following
Is  the  text  of the resolution on  the
subject   of the house of lords  which
Premier    Campbell-Bannerman     will
move   iii   the   house   nf  commons  cm
dune   24:    "That    in order    to    give
e ffect  to the will of people   as   ex- I
pressed by their elected   representa- j
lives it  is necessary that  the power
of the other house tei alter or reject
bills passed by this house should be.
si; ie stricted as to secure that within 1
the limits of a single parliament the
final  decision  of th<' house, of commons shall prevail."
It is understood that this resolution
has been approved by n full meetfng
of the cabinet. It is expected that the
debate on the question eef the house
of lords will lasl three or four days,
and prove oni v the most'Interesting
of the session.
steam  boiler of  30  horse power capacity, and a structural steel derrick.
Specifications of tne macninery and
plans of the derrick can be obtained
iat the Department here, at the agen
1 cy of  this  Department, Victoria,    a:
j the   Customs   House,  Vancouver,  and
the   Customs   House,  New   Westminister, B. C.
Tenderers must furnish plans of
I the boilers and engines offered, and
i state the earliest possible time in
which they will agree to make the.
delivery.
Separate tenders for the three articles, viz., engine, boiler and derrick
will be received, and separate tenders for the scow or tenders for all
together.
An accepte.! cheque on a chartered
Canadian hank equal to 20$ of the
whole amount of the tender must accompany each tender. The cheque
accompanying the. tender accepted
will he forfeited if the party tendering declines to enter into a contract
or fails to complete the work contracted for, and each cheque will be
returned Immediately In case of non-
acceptance of a tender,
The Depai tment d >es not bind it -
self to accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers inserting   this   advert-
. storeys
Second St. on south side. Price
$1900;. half cash, balance at 7 per
cent.   Fruit trees; lot 55x165
House 30x42, 4th St.. between 4th
and 5th Ave.; 2 single ancl 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St. Price $3,500;
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 jeer year
at 7 jeer cent.
Six and one half acres, one acre
cleared ready for planting; 1 1-2 acres partly cleared. House, 5 rooms,
14x21; storey and half, small barn;
chicken house; fruit trees and strawberry plants; $1,700, half cash; balance in three months at 7 per cent.
This is a valuable holding, and near
tei the city, call and bring this advertisement with you for further particulars.
2% lots on corner of 5th Ave. and
6th St., S.-W. corner; cleared. Price
$1200; half cash, balance in 6 months
at 7 per cent.
U acre between Queen's and 3rd
Ave. on west side of 10th; No. 5 .md
6, Block 48; 132x165 feet; all cleared
and fenced. Price $1050; $550 cash,
balance in 6 montbs.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth ancl Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
2  lots,  No. 24  and  32,  block 9,  between Sixth avenue and
anel   between   14th   and  16th   streets.
Price $425 for both, cash
Block 7, Lot 6, 2 subdivisions running from 5th to Oth St., 4th and 5th
Ave.; one lot on tram line. $800 for
one: price $1,500 for the two.
$3,500, subject to 10 rrorfol
lease. .Fine residence for sa enl
2nd Street, corner Fourth AvenJ
Splendid location, new rented���
$30.00 per month; lease can beal
tended if purchaser so desires. 1
good paying investment. Temu|
be arranged.
cash, balance 6 and 12 nionths.
10 acres section 32, N.-E. corner of
N.-VY. 14, uncleared. Timber fir, cellar, and alder; good'soil; a mile from
Vale road; sandle road and new road.
5 lots corner of street between Sth
and 9th Ave. on 2nd St., side of 2nd
St.. equal to one acre; partly cleared.
$500, half cash. A splendid opportunity for investment.
8 rooms, 2-storey house, bath room,
water and  light,  full  sizeel lot, 66x100      lH,uljlf,    tenement   he.:.-.  Ith J
feet, situated 6th St. between -Ith and  u,   ..���.. o���,,  gt .   ,  1(l!     ,.,1(��� ,,,
ath Ave. on west side,     Price $2,300, .....,,. ,,..������ .,,.., haJf ,��� g n,,n,.lsa;
', cash, balance in 6 months at  i %.    Renta for $1(J each tenant.
24 acres In Sunbury; 0 chaius water      ]ti0 gE   ]/+  ()f Sw.tien 26, H-'|
front;     12 acres  cleared;    8-roomed 10 acres.parUy cleared; Kanakac*
Nanaimo St., house, lath and plastered; wood shed, rimnjng through; good road; onei
chicken  hain  and    fruit trees  of all Dorlh   of   Webster's corner;   slKnl
kinds.    Price $3,000.    Terms one-third   mjj] ;itK] p.o. at the Wesl corni    '|
cash, balance 6 and 12 months. ber worth $7 j>er acre; cedar and
7  Lots on   Twelfth   street, between  4  miles    from    Port    Haney.    N
Queen's and Third avenue;   west siele *2'1����. '*>r"'s $1,100 cash |
of car shop;    full size.    Price $3,500
cash.
21-. storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set cent with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and
months at 7 per cent. /
Snap in Lots.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & 7th Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One full sized lot, 66x132;  2 storey
12   house;  7 rooms;  flush closet upstairs;
all modern Improvements; new hi use;
$2,000.  i.j  cash,  y,  in 6 months at 7
ROLLS DOWN   RAVINE.
iVVore^an and Farnily Have Narrow Es-
iKi cape  From Death.
;���: 	
aalParls, June. 17.���Mrs. Hudson, wife
Im ���   !:":'N'i  soap  man tfaclurer, and
cha i   'i and   la igi ter h   I a miracu-
from   . ���   nighl in
. :��� nt, m at   Ratanelle-
Vin,
��� re the)]   ���   '. to  \i\-bs-
the ca      m Into  i heap
ceed ng   down  a
line    ei tween the communes
ti  and Re menay.
upset, an l    rolled
e side ol lhi  road
id.
Isement   without   authority   from   the
Departmenl will not be paid.
F.  GOURDEAU,
Deputy Minister of .Marine and
Fisheries
Ottawa, Canada, 28th May, 1907.
NOTICE Tl) CREDITORS.
In the matter of the estate of Charles
Blair, late of New Westminster, B
C, deceased.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN pursuant tee the Re\ si d Statutes of
British Colui ."i.e"  1897, Chapter  187,
thai   all  i md othei    having
claims againsi  the ��� i tate of the said
Tim ve-  Charles Blair,  n bo died on or about
down a   the 20th day  ol  April   1907, are.  requested on  or   bi fore  the. 22nd,  (22)
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
the city, from $25.00 to $3,��00
Full sized lot in Sapperton, facing
Brunette street.    Price $150 cash.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
Ml acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.
R. running through. $9,460, terms
easy.     Investigate.
I oci ipanta m re < xtrfcat-
eath  the    car they  were
ul    ah ul  the face and
medical    treatment
lontinue their journey
DERRICK.    SCOW.
���ID   ENGINE.
��� FOURTH Sh,
.d to the under-
nai keel on the
Scow.  Steam
ffJC  i/< k for buoy
or tender
day of June,   1907, to send by  post,
prepaid or d< liver to the undersigned
solicitors for Roderic Sample and Dr.
Edwin .1. Rothwell, executors of the
lasl  will  and testament  of the  said
deceased    their christian    and   eur-
names, addresses and descriptions, the
particulars of their claims, the state- ,
ments  of  their accounts and   the  na- i
ture of the securities (if any)   held I
by them.
AND FURTHER    TAKE    NOTICE
that alter sued) last mentioned date.
the said executors will proceed to distribute, the assets    of the    deceased
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmanding
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Tho and oup half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hoi and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane In rear: pari of I it
���' o il with fruit tie es, Price $2,750.
$1,500 eash, balance arranged,
2 lots, 20, 21 ; No. 20, $170; No. 21,
(corni r) $175. Durham and Second
streets.
20 acre blocks, fruil lands, near
���Tunctlon, $20 per .acre
House, full sizeel lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   (July $1,050.
House, 10 rooms, 1 \'s lots, near
Fourth avenue' and Seventh street,
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
���1  full-Sized  Lots   between    Seventh
pei cent. Good sizeel stable and fruit
trees. Second house from 8th .street
west, on upper siele.
10 acres in sec. 32, Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; gooel roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face ien 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 comer lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950,  cash.    Single  lots at  cash
Four   ami   one-half   acres   between
Seventh   and    Eighth   avenue;
side of 1st stree.;.    Price $2,500.
'.outh
I,   HI
: Ize
Lol 11 on Fifth avenue, sub
er sub fi. $300 cash. w. cleared
55 feet by 132 feet.
Hou.se and three lots, coi n< r 3rd
Ave. and l Ith St.; 5-room house, an I
kitchen. Price $1,500, one-third cash,
bal. G and 12 nionths nt 7 per cent,
i '<" t I.-'"  nf   4   rooms     eeriel     n Ished;
sue.II Bt ible ; 1 ].,t 44x132, On "net lol
fn Ith v.. iiii ISth St., w.s-t siele;
i ' ' ' ��� ��� ni-w; pnpered ; sink- ancl pan-
in     Price   11,000 :   terms $200 cash,  $16
��� ie n'i l.v at 7 per ci ut. eu- ri nts at $10 per
' ' h   foi   one year.
-   lots  off  Cumberland   St.,   Sapperton,
$50   pi r   bet.
Acreage on Vancouver road.
eer Gille
10 acres North ro.nl, % of a niile
from-city limits on Porl Moody; i
acres under cultivation; 7-roomed
house; frame barn: chicken house'.
barn 40.\S0; fenced and in good
pair south side. Price $4,500, half
cr.sh. hal. in 6 months at 7 per eont.
_.' lots corner "f 10th and St Andrew's
Pt., between tth and "tie Ave., west side
ol null St.; all cleared, f'rio $800, hair
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent:
loth run through trom street to str����-t;
b good bargain.
More exclusive   properties  just   listed
with us for sale.
Lot 5, opposite Knox church. Sapperton, east side Columbia Street on
I ar line.   $300 cash.
3 lots south side of Sixth Avenue;
very light clearing; 60xll5VS feel on
Sub. Block 10.    $1050 cash.
1 lots on Firth Street, 11, 12, 13, 14,
Sub. 15, 3. Blk. 13. $350 each, half
cash, balance 6 months al 7 ';.
2 houses corner of Merrlval anel
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents for $25, the
oilier $10; Hush closets and ail connected with sewers. Price' $3,500.
Cash $2.ouo, balance In 6, 12 and 18
montha at 7 %.
ranged.
lee acres land New Westm :.-'���
5, S.  Div,  34, Surrey;    :: miles
bridge.    Price   $400;     $."     ���
ance terms at T '.;;    near tiie
ver cannery.
S.-W. Sub. Township 13; pome timl
railway runs alongside; "i.i 5-acjl
i i..: ol      I'ric.v  $16   per  (Lpre     ' ' I
cash, balance in thn e equo
1 acre clay, house on tr        ��   '���'
Joyce station;  partly clean
across  front  facing tram  line.  :
$70o cash, balance arranged,
One acre in block 9, be-fl
tween 18th and liithftf
on cSth Ave. Price $75f
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
N.
timb
Cfl   le
ts.
\ of Sub,
Price $18
lance i ass
19, Township I" : seine
pi r acre ; terms $ 1,000
corner
read.   $225 per acre.   Acreage Is Belling fast at this price.
I room bouse,    bath room, pdntry;
Small house
for
sale, fac-
ing Agnes ;
md
Victoria,
west of 6th
St.
$1,700.
Water   and
gas
connec-
tions.   Terms.
Small house,
Victoria St.,
6 rooms. Water.
.lan.es  Inlet, three square niilw.'l
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balanceeaffl
Large lot and two cottages onOjl
lumhia street, Sapperton.   Both reiw
at $ln each.
One and one-hair store., housea��ll
full size lot, situated north si.le (<|
Royal avenue and cornei' of McKI��||
street; .1 rooms; bath room, hot soil
cold water, closet; woodshed; : ::,|
bearlg fruil trees; streets e.n tl 1
Bldl s;    line    view.      i'liee   $ I .SOO  !���" \
cash,
Lol facing 2nd St., betwei a Qu :i
and 3rd Ave., second lot fron '.'��� :"'|
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all eli in I: :*P
nlongside and back. Prle - J1'00
half cash, balanci' easy at 7 '
One lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue.
third lot from Eighth street. $ 1.050,
fcr sale exclusively.
of Lots S MiM
Durham .e"'l ���''
on llth SI
Avenue1.
I  acre upper side of 4th
lots won', of 6th St.; large
hei ween Queen's and 3rd
Ave. and 2
house  Of 8
avenue   and Hamilton street, east of looms;    electric    light    connections;
$t
pelved up J among the  parties entitled    thereto,
; having   regard   only   to  the claims   of
which    they   shall   then   have   notice,
Ic- and thai the said executors will nol
!"���    be liable for the said assets or any
fieflpSK1'11  I"'"'' lhereof to any person or persona
whose claims notice, shall nol have
|jeen received by them at the time of
jell distribution.
'ed ihis 22nd, day of M ty, 1907.
_i*J<_mm MARTIN & McQUARRIE,
r 's for said   executors,   Trapp
********************************   New  Westminster,  13.  C.
Kighth street; all cleared and fenced;
a largo barn on one of the lots. $1,500,
half cash, balance one year at 7 por
cent.
Richmond St., Sapper
ton,
lots Bloch  4,
$46 per let,
shade trees and fruil orchard. Price
$4,500;. $2,500 cash, balance In one
year at 7 %.
One full sized lot, 2nd lot from corner, Mth street and Sth avenue, lot
60 xM'l feet   $250 cash.
A Bunch of LOTS
Lots 14 and lb of I of 0 or. fi
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance fl months at. 7 per cent
Lol II on Sberbrook street or 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 0 months at 7 per cent.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of ll or 3. Price
$500 for three or $17.". each; 1-2 cash
balance fi months tit 7 per cent.
room ur
.-���
'���
'���"ts 21 and 22. Sub.
in Block ta , corner "i
St.;  lull sized lots
2-storey I touse, 7 rooms, bnth
stairs ; flush closol ; H''eil Stable
Ht.near Mh St.; all modern Impi
Price $3,(100, half eash, balance ens)
nally excellent bargain.
Sub. 2] e,r Lot  16,  Block XIII   I !: ,
House; hen and cold water; flush cioj'i
l"t   eel'      Inill    lives.      eliicldll   llO l�� ' ,
barn,    Price $mui; terms $400 a sh, ""
"'  2 and n months al 7 per ce n   �� .,
I'ton  St ,  tirst  house ofl mn St   '""
i th ami 8th Avenues, ,
2-storay House, 7 rooms, with nil <f��
��� in  Improvements; nine eef groui r   '
IhL'; Becond lot from (itli St. on 4tn '|.���
$3,201     H
I ,;ii.i
lentil   BldSS,      Price
cash, balance on time lit 7 per '''
:.'���
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McQUARRIE  &  CO.
Telephone   333
Real Estate Brokers
FRONT   STREET
Telephone   3^2
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
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"V .*���-���**���   *"r? NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given
"���>'   registered   under  the  provisions
,.,.������,���  -v.latter date we intend to make    ", n!''  0t tU<? ' Land ReS>-'::''  Act," shall be
���.HIIHIISSIO"' I
sion to ('vlt
date
���iei-i ���'"'
r estopped and  debarred  from
md oar-   sioner of Lands an ! Worl a  r, , s IIp any claim to or in respect
th��*  following
L.   tiir   1       .- . ,,n      tflf      [UUUWIUB .     ���      ,.
I-l'" timber trom  "^sumsallum ; Clal   license
[lands timber  fron
...     n   post    plant.'d
for
to cm
from   th,-  following  desc
erth   ���' "'"^.;.^^!'an'ls' situated  j"  """ Coast  District
i  carry Vway   ���� ''"' *M Iu"'! S" sold for taxes as
led  by the "Land Registry Act."   Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
I to  point of commencement.
5.   Commencing at a post set close
to No. 4 stake, thence    west   eighty
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber   chains, south eighty chains, east eigh-
on Dominion La^ds in the Province I ty chains and  north eighty chains to-
of British  Columbia.
\?afc:TT3BS5l����" !i"  *
e-l
kittimat Arm,
 Iiains west and | about  15  miles  south of  Kittimal   In
ina ,   .���, uf commence-    .. '"  ^i.umat  Ju-
���������:���     ;" ' ldlan Village  In   a  small bay.
.     ,,;\rSnorfh-wesdtj     No.   20.   running     as     follows--SO
**?��'' ^rfmswei?; ! Chain3 West' 80 chai"> north, St
follOWS.   I.bucnt'    ,.���.,   ii    east,   more  or   loco   ,���   .e..
Tenders fcr License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
miles
b ���   ���
south
as (olli
^bams east and 40 , east, more or less to the shore, then
. point   of commence-   along the ghore t(j ^ ^ ^^^
at a post plant-
rlh te)
.,,     a    post   planted | ment.
li.ini"!"'1"p ,'��� t|���, north-West cor- e
Tiiesnortnoi        emptiott claim,      No. 21, Commencing
{;:,-'''��� ���'������;���::ssrjtti e,Jon th,> w"s*bani<��f ��""����r���
itnb��to poim ��f MnuI*>3Mrt3&ta * " mlIeS South ��r Kltt'mat In-
n;;i";:;.        ., ..' north.-westjjor-; dfan village in a small bay, thence SO
F.
r ' -;
Sealed    Tenders    addressed to  the
���  Commissioner of Dominion Lands, De-
SBALED TENDERS addressed to the i partment of the Interior, and marked
>  'Commissioner    of   Dominion    Lands, i ou  the envelope "Tender for Timber
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe Department of the Interior, and mark- j Berth No. 521," will be received at thi3
Commissioner of Dominion I^ands, i ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim-I Department until 12 o'clock noon on
'k partment of the Interior, and mark- : ber Berth No. SIS," will be received j Wednesday, the 24th day of July, 1907,
ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim- at this Department until 12 o'clock! for a license to cut timber on berth
ber Berth No. 1.23," will be received noon on Wednesday, the 24th day of j No. 521, comprising lands situate in
at this Department until 12 o'clock! July, 1907, for a license to cut timber j the Province of British Columbia, to j cut and carry away tQe timber from
noon on  Wednesday,  the 31st day of | on Berth No.  518, comprising   lands! the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake Ithe following described lands, situate
point  of  commencement.
J.  P. THOMPSON.
New Westminster, B. (.'., th.tb May,
1907.
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   i*
....rl1     )l   111,' """���"" tL'\ ~, ,     .     ""���'.   ""�������    t
1   '       ' ;'V.;'o'chaTnsC.'aLT''  chains west' S0 pllail>s south, 80 chain.
��S.' 16* chains west;    40,east, more or less to shore,   thence
July, 1907, for a license to cut timber   situate in the Province of British Col- j and comprising a
on  Berth   No.  523,  comprising lands   umbia to the west of Chehalls Creek   follows*
mencement
""T-tT^t-ed r10^ slK>re t0  i,oint oT commence
I,,;...-  lfU���o^-we�� ment.
" ,; .""i^r'Ss^asT; I    No. 22. Commencing at a post plant-
ence  sttuate '" H1(> Province of British Col- ' arul described as follows:
Block  1.���Comprising that    portion
liim
[ollows:
outh.
west:    40 e ed  in
��,^'mencement��� I eQ '" a b*y given tla,m' of indepen- ;'" i   that   portion  of    the  north-west | ��' Section
*wl        ,: '.'r'pe'est ' planted dent 1!ay situated about. 2 miles eouth quarter of Section  11 not covered by
""""''h.-w.'st|cor-  east of the north end -ef Constie Is- Timber  Berth  171   (being approxima-
1:1,1,1 ""  "'-'  bank  of  Kittimal   Arm, tel>   the north 36 chains)
thence   80   chains   south,      in   chains Shi
f , ,   ni    a   post    planted
li     ; .   ... north-west cor-
k" pre-emption claim.
IF-A:r   , own   160 chains east;
f chains west;    46
in Town-
Range 27, West of   the   6th
east,  40 chains north.  10 chains east,   M  rldlan,  containing  an   area   of   204
40  chains   north,   sn  chains   west   to   teres, more or less.
point of commencement -,������
..     ���.,  ,, ';l" herth must be surveyed within
���No. -,. ( ommem Ing at posl planted   on i   ear afl
about 20 miles south of Kittimat In-
r ��";[���,   ni'of commencement.
i       "        ,     ,,    post     Planted
the north-west cor-
;,,,-,,MPtion  claim,
���    ' ��� io chains west;
f chains east;     160
.'��� commencement.
' .     t   a   post    planted
; ...  aoTth-west cor-
He\"or.,'i - pre-emption claim,
' SO chains ..vest;
i��   - jus east; 80 cliains
mencement.
,in2   at   a    post     plant.'il
��      .     ��� ei...noPrth-wes. cor-
'-.:    ',,.   .     pre-emption claim,
.���! ; ,   ,    ows: 160 chains east;
I'>���*�� ihains west: and 40
LJuii to tin.' point of commemce-
���    a    post     planted
. , the  north-west cor-
pre-emptlon claim,
10 chains north;
, i   chains    north,    40
SJ. j,j chains south;  120 chains
.. ,,.     ���. ���    ncement
' ' ��lrtfith/n��U���nninSB   ,0 Polnt  of commencemen
...  .v>    _e��,   then   n.niieiiis
ns west;   4'> chains
r ....    and  -i i  chains
. enci ment
,���    a    post     pi LI '"I
.  of the south-west
tion No   26,  then  runn ng
west; 4ei  cimlns
 -. :   40 chains  north
. .       ��� lent.
' ee post planted
���;,.. north-west cor-
pre-emption claim,  chains north,  in ��� halns west, to poin
, '     ,,, ,^;;^;:.r.,  of commencement.
N'o. 2C  Commem ing al pos; plante 1
���i io il   one  mile   an I  a   quarter   west
of Kiakiata B i;   In II in village, on the
dian village on Devastation channel
on east bank and alwut 50 yards south
of the Hot Springs, thence SO chains
east, SO chains south, 80 chains west
more or less to the shore then along
the shore to poinl of commencement.
No. 21   Commencing ut post planted
aboul  15 miles north of Harttery Bay
"ii east hank of Kittimat Arm on
Hawkesbury  island  thence  4u chains
east, 160 ch iins north. 40 chains west,
a  post    planted   more or less, to shore then along shore   '   prepared to pay for a license.
Tu.. highest or any tender not nee
N'o. 2".. Commencing at post planted essarily accepted,
aboul 10 miles north of Hartley Bay
on east bank of Kittimat Arm on
Hawkesbur) Island on a small creek,
'hence 120 chains south, -|el chains
sast, lu chains north, 10 chains east.
10  chains   north,   40  chains   west,  4')
umbia, ami described as follows: Timber Berth No. 51S,   comprising  outside Timber Berth No. 44, Block 1,
Timher   Berth   No.   523,   comprising   tllat portion of Section 29 lying north ! and Timber Berth 254 Block 1, of Seethe north-east quarter of Section  15, iof Timber Berth 2S0 and that portion, tion 22, Township 4, Range 30, West
outside Timber Berth ! of    the 6th Meridian,    containing an
264 and s��id  Berth 280, in Township   area of 387 acres, more or less,
4, Range 30, West of the 6th Meridian;
also the north half and the south-east
quarter of Section 26, the north half
and the south-west quarter Section
2'i, the east, half Section 2- th*. north
half Section 32, Sections 33, 31. "-.o
and tlmse portions of Sectio-x 2."i and
I 36 outside Timher Berths 2S0, 264 and
272, in Township 4, Range 1, West of
the 7th   Meridian;  also  Sections 2,  4,
5, the north half and south-east quarter Section 6, Sections 7, 8, the nortii
half and the south-west quarter Section 9, the south-east quarter Section
10, the south half Section 16, the south
ender  musl   be  accompanied   half and the north-west quarter Sec-
an accepted cheque on a chartered | tion 17i th(, north half aml south-east
���an    In  favour of the Deputy of the j quarter Section 18, the south half and
Minister of the Interior, for the am- j north-west quarter Section    19,   and | Berth 298 Block 2; thence south-east
the bonus which the applicant   those portions of   Sections 1. 2,   the '
east half Section 11, and Section 12,
west of Timber Berths 272 and 302,
in Township
er the dal ��� of the notice
i ' '   ling the berth,
T i ��� regulations under which a 11-
iei will be issued, also printed ;
if tender and envelope, may be
'i ne 1 al this Department or at the
':': -'. the Crown Timber Agenl at
N'ew Westminster, B. C.
Each
blocks, described as  ln the Kitsumgallum valley:
Claim No. 40���Commencing at post
planted S. K. corner about 20 miles
up from the mouth of North Fork of
the Kitsumgallum river above Kitsumgallum lake, thence running as
follows: 40 cliains west, 80 chaina
north, 40 chains east, 40 chains north,
Block 2.���Bounded on the west by!'10 challls east. SO chains south, 40
Chebalis Creek, on the east by Timber ! chains west' 40 chains south to point
Berth 298 Block l.and the east bound- i ot commencement,
ary of same produced northerly to Claim N'o. 41.���Commencing at ixist
Timber Berth 298 Block 2; on the planted at the head of Kitsumgallum
north by Timber Berth 264 Block 2. lake cm west bank about 20 chains
and 29S Block 2; and on the south by mnith of tbe mouth of Kitsumgallum
Timber Berth 254 Block 1, containing plver where it enters lake, thence 40
an area of 725 acres, more or less.        chains   west,   160  chains    south,     40
Block 2.���Commencing at the south chains east more or less to the shore,
east corner of Timber Berth 298 , thence along shore to point of corn-
Block 2, thence north-easterly at right; mencement.
angles to the easterly boundary of Claim No. 12.���Commencing at post
said Berth 298 Block 2, 2 miles; thence j planted about 20 chains south of the
north-westerly at right angles to last north west of T. L. No. 7911, thence
course, 54 chains; thence south west- ; 40 ehains west, 160 chains south, 40
erly, at right angles to last course, 2 chains east, 160 chains north to point
miles to easterly   boundary    of    said   of commencement.
N'o tender by telegraph will lie enti   lined.
PERLEY (',.  KEYES,
Secretary,
irtmenl of the' Interior,
Ottaw i. Mav 30th. ''"���".
:���
il  commem
ore .<;  h sa
ement,
NOTICE.
W\t    M 'V.
FRANK  VANDAL!
Claim N'o. 43.���Conimencing at post
erly along said boundary to place of  planted  at  the  north  west corner of
beginning, excluding   therefrom   any  looatlon No, 12> thence 40 chains west,
portion of   Timber Berth    30s. which  160 chaln8 south| w clwins east>  160
a, Range 1, West of the j might fall within the same, containing j chains  north  t���  point of commenoe.
7th  Meridian;     also    Section  12, the   an area of S04 acres, more or less.        ment
east half Section 24. and the south-      Block 4,-CommencIng at    a point     Clainl Na 44._Commencing at post
east  quarter Section 25, Township 5,: on the easterly  boundary of Timber   I,Ianted ,,t tht,  north  west corner of
Range 2, West of    the 7th Meridian, | Berth 302 Block 1,   5 chains    south-   locatlon No, 43_ thence 40 chains west>
containing an area of   13.025    acres, I easterly   from   the  north-east   corner  160 chaing south| 40 chains ^ 160
more or less. thereof:   thence  south-easterly   along
The berth must be surveyed within  said easterly boundary SO ehains,more
one year after the date of the notice! or less, to the    angle   ia   said   east
awarding the berth. j boundary of Timbei' Berth 302; thence
The regulations   under   which  a Ii- j north-easterly, at right angles to last
Locatoi s,
larch 21, 1907.
PSIS OF  CANADIAN     HOME-
ISTEAD  REGULATIONS.
:' imlnlon Lan Is w ll b
Be ll In British C i! i n
|.... I ��� '.       tea led bj anj  per
���  head ot a family,
:. ale ovei  : - years of   age, t.e
.   ; larter   sec lon ol
ires, more       less,
iade i ersonal'j   at
'  e ��� ir the el.- trict In
situate.
��� ti . ler is required to per-
connected  there
e following plan-:
months' resldeni e
ion eif   the land In
I' ears.
er (or mother, if the
��� : the honiestea I-
arm In the vicinity
i for,  the   require.
.. maj be sal I sfled
resl ling   with   the
has  his  pennan-
'   fat mlng land own
' \ lenity of bis borne
ments   as   tei resl
fie I    by residence
��� ��� in writing sh uilil
Commissioner of 1>.>
' Ottawa of Intention
��� purchase I al J10
i and $2u tor an-
.    than    320  acres
one Individual or
ai the rate of ten
-""" pounds Bhall be
north hank of bay, thence 160 chains
north, 10 chain- east; more or less
to Indian Reserve line, thenci' 160
chains south along Reserve line to
shore, then along shore to point of
commencement.
W. II. MOODY,
FRANK    VANDALL.
Locators.
Located  April 6th, 1907.
NOTICE.
N'OTICE Is hereby given that 20
! ij - after elate', we Intend to apply to
ihe Hon. Chief Commissioner ot
I..ni Is and W irks for a special
licence tei cut anl carry away timber  fr     the    following    described
; lands,  situated   In the  coasl  district:
Beglnnin ;  al   a   posl   planted  head
if small baj  so th  -   e of Broughton
Island about one mile east of Booker
Take notice that thirty .lays after,
date ! intend to make application to j cenS1' wi" !,e issued, also printed course following the boundary of said
th ��� Chief Commissioner eif'Lands and fonils "f tender an'' envelope, may be! Berth 302, 40 chains; thence north-
obtained at this Department or at the j westerly paralled to first course 80
office of the Crown Timber Agent at | chains, more or less, to correspond
New Westminster, B. C. i with length of    first course;    thence
Each tender must  be  accompanied ; south-westerly    paralled    to    second
Works for a license to cut and carry
away timber from the following des-
ci I ied lands:
Nol.���Commencing at a posl planted   in the   west side of   Twenty-Five
Mii ' Creek and marked .lame.- Sharpe,
Ne.  1   post;    thetice   (e�� chains west;
the    e south v> chains; thence east SO
Ins; 'hence north B0 ihains: thence
vesl  ) ' chains, to point of commence-
ra int.
No.  2.���Commencing    at    a     post
I rated one'  mile    south    of    James
Sharpe's No. 1  post;    thence west   10
tins; thence s mth s'. chains; thence
easl    80   chains;     thence   north   so
chains;    thence   west    40   chains, to
poinl of c ommencement.
JAMES SHARPE.
Lagoon, thence north  10 chains, west   Tenders   for   License  to   cut  Timber,  SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
on Dominion  Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed    to
chains to .oint of commencement. the Commissioner of Dominion Lands.
THE   M'LAUGHLIN   LUMBER   CO.,   Department of the Interior, and mark-
LTD.
80 chains, north. 80 chains
easl
1"
chains, south    (0    chains,
easl
40
chains, south    :i1    chains,
easl
in
ihains.    south   10  chains,
west
in
by an accepted cheque on a chartered ��� course    40 chains, to    point of corn-
bank iti favour of the Deputy of the | mencement, containing an area of 320
acres, more or les.
Block 5.���Commencing at a point on
the easterly shore of Chehalis Lake,
50 chains southerly from northerly
end of said lake; thence southerly
along said easterly shore of lake, 2'-^
miles in direct distance, with a depth
I of 67 chains on said east shore, measured at right angles to the general
| hearing of said easterly shore of lake
within the block, containing an area
of 1,340 acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within one year after the date of the notice awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will be Issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
offlce of the Crown Timber Agent at
Minister of the Interior, for the ain-
I ount of the bonus which the applicant
is prepared to pay for a license.
The highest or any tender not nec-
i essarily accepted.
No tender by telegraph will he entertained.
PERLEY D. KEYES,
Secretary.
Depart men; of the Interior,
Tenders for License tc Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
Commissioner   of   Dominion   Lands,
Departmenl of the Interior, and marked on  the envelope '
ber Berth  N'o. 519,"
en   this Department
noon on  Wednes laj',
V in
B,  C, Mi
1907
ell'
alt uate,
in the Districl of New
the Province of Brl
���:���-     l;
���
'     output.
W. W. CORY,
,:" M.nlstar of the In-
'
'���'.'!   publleatie a i r
nl    will no:   .,���:.:
r��RESHORE   LEASES.
Ili'l
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
T \;.K N'i iTICE thai application has
I,,.,.;: ;,,,, |e i,i register Fl irence Marj
Eveleigh as the owner in Pee Simple
under a Tax Sale Deed rrom The Cor-
I, , ,���,, n ol tl ��� Districl of Burnaby, to
James Cunningham, bearing date the
10th ell) eef M i ��� '. V l>. 1902, of all
ami singular thai certain parcel
tract of lan I and premise
Ij Ing and ���
Westmlns
Llsh Colum 'i more pai i ula
known and d si >ed as subdtvl Ions
23 and 21 of ��� i ��� llvislon "A" of lot 29,
gi p I.
You and each of you are herebj re
quired lo conn i lhe ll:li:��< "��� tne
tax purchasei �� Wn forty-five days
from the date ol - flrsl publication
of this notice, otherwise l shall regis-
ter Florence Ma Eveleigh as owner
thereof In tee, And I hereby direct
thai publication of this notice for thlr-
:. days iei .1 dail newspaper publish-
e'd ai New Westminster will be good
and sufficienl Bervlce thereof.
Office,
..:    .1 the envelope "Tender tor Tim
Berth N'o. 516," will be received at | July, 1907, for a license to cut timber
this Departmenl until 12 o'clock noon|0n Berth No. 519, comprising lamls
eti Wednesday, the 5th dtfy of June, situate In the Province of British Col-
1507, for a license to cul timber on urabla on the wesl sidt> of Chehalis
B<   tii N'o, 516, comprising lends situ-1 ii,iv), .Ulll described as follows:
:   '       '        ' l'"1 Timber Berth  No.  510.  comprising
. those   portions  of the  following lands
which lie to the west of Chehalis Lake
Tender for Tim-
will   be  received I New  Westminster. 1). c.
until  12 o'clock '    Each tender must be accompanied
the 24th day of  D) a" accepted cheque on a chartered
I
I
i
:, I
'J given that. 60 days
11 I    tei    apply    tee    till'
Commissioner  of   Lands
' ���! " of the foreshore
 Ins and milling purls the whole of ti hay,
,:"" ol Independenl Bay,
,wo miles Bouth of the
'���:i Island, on the easl
Dated in ihe' Land Registry
i,,.,.,, province of British
:,. ol April, A  |)"
New   W'e'Stll)
Columbia, this 2
1907.
C  S.
!        '
L.  A. Bayne,
KEITH,
Registrar.
this notice,
British Columbia, and described a sfollows: ���
rimber Berth No. 516, comprising
Si 'reus 27, 2S, ::::. 34, an ! the Easl
hal vi - il Sections 29 and 32 In Town-
Is. Rang,' 23, Wesl of the Oth
Meridian, contatning an area of 5
square miles, more or less,
The berth musl ������ s irvi yed within
i ne ye ir after the d ite uf the notice
awarding the berth.
The regulations  un ler which u  u-
........  will  be    Issued, also    printed
��� ms of lend'':' and envelope, may be
ol tanled al this Department or al the
office of the Crown Timber Agenl at
New  Westminster,  B   C
Each tender musl he.' accompanied
bj nn accepted < heque em a chartered
���, ink In favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, fo rthe Dm-
i uni nf the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay tor a license.
The highest or any tender not necessarily  accepted,
Nei tender by telegraph will be entertained,
PERLEY  O.   KEYES,
Secretarj
Departmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 6, 1907,
and outside of Timher Berth 3n2 Block
2. namely. Sections 26, 27. the north
hair of Section 2S, the south half ed'
Section 33, the south half and the
north-eaBl quarter of Section 34, Section :;",. Township 5, and Sections I,
2, the easl half ot Section ;:. the north
: easi quarter of Section 10, Section 11,
the south half of Section 12, thesouth
wesl quarter of Section l L and the
south-east quarter of Section 16, In
Township 0.    all  In  Range  1, West  of
i the 7'h Meridian, containing an area
of 1,310 acre's, more or less.
Tho berth musl be surveyed within
one year after the date of the notice
awarding the berth,
The regulations under which a license' will be issued, als'i printed
forms of tender and envelope, may he
obtained at this Department or at the
I offlce of the Crown Timber Agent at
N'ew West minster, B. C
hank In favour of the Deputy of the
: Minister of the Interior, for the am-
; ount  of   the bonus which the applicant Is prepared to pay for a license.
No tender by telegraph will he entertained. Tin' highest or any tender
not necessarily accepted.
PERLEY (1. KEYES.
Secretary.
Department of tbe Interior,
Ottawa, April 21th.  1907.
NOTICE.
chains  north  to  point  of commencement.
Claim No. 15.���Commencing at the
north west corner of location No. 4 4,
thence 40 chains west, 160 chains
south, 4el chains east, 160 chains north
to point of commencement.
Claim No. 40.���Post planted al the
north west corner of location N'o. 42,
ihence SO chains west, 120 chains
north, 40 cliains east, So cliains south,
40 chains east, 40 chains south to
point of commencement.
Claim No. 47.���Post planted at the
inorth west corner of location No, tl.
I thence 40 chains west, 160 cliains
i north, 40 chains east, 160 chain'.
! south to point of commencement.
Claim  No.  48.���Post planteei about
i 40  chains   nortii   of  the   nortii   west
{corner of T. L. Nee. 7943, thence 160
chains   west,   40   chains     south,     160
chains  east,   more or  less    to    river,
thence along river to  point  of com-
' mencement.
Claim Nei. 19.���Post planted at the
i north west corner of T. L. 7043,
, Ihence 160 chains west, 10 chains
; south, 160 chains east, 40 chains
I north to point of commencement.
Claim   No.   50.���Post   planted   about
. CO chains west of the north east corner of  location  No.    4S,    thencs    SO
I chains west, SO chains north, SO chains
east, SO cliains south to point of commencement.
Claim No. 51.���Post planted at the
south west corner of T. L. N'o. 7943,
thence 160 chains west, 40 cliains
north, 160 chains east, |e) cliains
south to point of commencement,
Claim No. 52.���Post planted about
In chains wes! of the south east corner of T. L. No. 7943, thence 160
chains west, lu cliains south. 160
chains east, 10 chains north to point
ot commencement.
Located May 3, 1007.
Locators:
WILLIAM MOODY,
PRANK VANDALL.
Agent. R VANDALL.
Take   notice  that,  thirty  days atfer
date   I   intend   to  make  application  to
the chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works  for a license  to cul   ainl  carry,
away timher from the. following des-1
ci'ihed   lands,  situated   in   New  West
minster district,
I.   Commencing at   a   post   set   on
the south hank of Cypress creek about   Auction  Sale of Condemned Ordnance
three' and a half miles wesl  from Sil- Stores.
ver creek, thence north eighty chains, j    Under direction of the  Honourable
east    eighty    chains,   .south    eighty  the Minister of Militia and Defence,
MILITIA.
chains,   and   west  eighty
point of commencement,
chains    to
Messrs, Jones it ('<>., Auctioneers, will
sell by    Public Auction,   on    Friday,
2.    Conimencing al  a post set close; I4ih   Instant,    at   L0:30 O'clock  a.   tn..
to No.   1   stake, thence  north  eighty al   Victoria, certain condemned  Ord-
I chains,    west     eighty    chains,    south , nance   Store's,    comprising    Accoutre-
I eighty  chains,  and east  eighty chains 'ments. Tents,   Blankets,   Clothin,  ami
Each  tender must   be accompanied I ti  point of commencement.
y an accepted cheque on a chartered I     2,    Commencing al  a post  scl close
various other articles,
The Ordnance Officer in charge will
bank In favor of   the Deputy of   thelto No. l  stake, thence    west    eighty furnish any further Information which
Minister of the Interior, for the am-1 chains, south   forty chains,  easi  one may be required,
ount of the bonus which the applicant hundred and sixty chains, north forty     Articles purchased must be remo/-
is prepared to pay for a license. chains and west eighty chains to point led within twenty-four hours after the
Kltli
' . :
Arm, ami aboul
1 Kildala Ann.
3th, 1907
''   MOODY.   Locator.
'' VANDALL, Agent,
two
All persons serve I with
and those claiming through or undei
1   .,11  nersons claiming  anj
ihe'in,   and   all   ." ��� ��� ""��� ,
,     ,-        ,e 1  Inml hv virtue'  Ol
Inter isl In the sal 1 i"1' "'
......  ,    . .       ed  Instrument, and all
ng anv Interesl In the
desCent, whose title la
THE MORNING PAPER
TELLS THE NEWS
FIRS!
perso ' '      I
said   .r...u
The highest or any
essarily ace >pted
No tende. by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
tender not nee- of commencement.
I. Commencing at a post set on lhe
railway bell line, il'siani about six
miles north of the norlh Bhore of
Harrison    lake,   theuce    west    eighty
Terms���cash,
ll.  PISET, Colon..!,
Deputy Minister of Mllltla   ml
Defence.
ciiains,   north   eighty   chains,   east Department ot Mllltla and Defence
eighty chains aud south eighty chains Ottawa., .lune, 1007.
��� . ;ttr
jd��SX-iUA H
jBT"    THE   DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY.
JUNE,
SPECIALS
GOODWILUE'S   FAMOUS  FRUITS - Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
>J __ .���:
WIND STORM SWEEPS    K
Saskatchewan | Floorglaze I
>'.
;���;
:���;
Lightning Destroys a Grain | t fl Q Wf% ��j_ I
Elevator-Horses and Cat- jjj ��__�� gg Q 111 Cl
tie Are Killed.
^SEvt
rseesir^'
gestae?!
=jE3i jj jt
i   it .-i?" it. ]|
I   JU-JfJtJ,,
hE=?r3L:.
U
��v. __-!.--,.:-_       WE  MAKE   A
SPECIALTV
OF
LAOIWEAR NOVELT.ES
I
J It
Mm
PRAIRIE LAND
80 acres in Coquitlam Municipality, in a good location, at the very
low price of $30 per acre, on
terms. Adjoining land is held at
$50 per acre. This is a splendid
chance for a quick  turn  oyer.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, O WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   105.
SUMMER   IS    HERE !
Keep out those Bluebottles
Fool tnose .Mosquitos
oy fixing up our
Screen Doors and
Screen   NA^indows
��� >.
>;
Winnipeg,  June  17.���Manitoba   and   ,���<
parts  of  Saskatchewan    have    been  !���;
V
swept by terrific wind storms during   j��;
:he lasi forty-eighl hours, $
Lightning destroyed   the   Northern   .*_ 	
*��� ��� -~~
elevator at Ripestone with a  loss of ;���; _        .      _.
1100 bushels of grain.   From Newdale,  >S   W���3rS On the HOOF
IS READY FO/. JSE.
It dries hard over night, with
a high gloss, and
and   Brandon   in  Manitoba   come  re- fl
j.oris of havoc by rain, hail and wind, ;���;
while Yellow Crass and  Regina. hav.. J
aiso been visited by storms of cyclonic IJ
proportions. X
f.
So fatalities are reported, but horses   ;���;
and cattle have been killed by light-   ���*
, ning, farm buildings blown down and  St
several persons   Injured    l.v   falling  >���<
g
���Not Off
���vails and flying debris
It   was  one.  of the    worst   general
storms in the history of a wide area   S
which ii  traverse.el.
Been Married Sixty Years.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Henderson, Chii- ,���<
liwack, yesterday celebrated  the six- !���!
tleth   anniversary   of their   union   as !�����
husband and wife.    In addition to hav- ���*���
ing been   married  longer    ihan    any
Soap and water does not
mar it.
It wears as well en Outside as Inside Floors.
Use it on your Inside
Floors, Veranda anil
Porch Floors, Outside
and Inside Stairs or
Steps, and wherever you
want a durable
High Gloss Enamel Finish.
I
v.
:���.
���;
'��.
:���:
>;
*i
:���.
i
���f.
[other  couple  in  Chiiliwack,   Mr. and  f'.
Mrs,   Henderson   are   the    oldest     in   lal
years and anions the oldest residents   J<
i,
! of the place.    Both  are well   past the   *
'���*:
'fi '*.
1 four score  mark,   the  former  having   >%���>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>'
I ANDERSON I
& LUSBY
& SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Te!. 65
f Agents  for   "KLEENO" TBI
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aswaamanamaLMumi sap
STATIONERY
���   y
wi .v
\ _    -V \ '4jr\
lationery
for everyone, for all
occasions, and of the
very best quality, is
what you will always find.
*
*
*
*
Also Books, Maffazlnes, Newspapers, ��f.< .
j. J. MACKAY y CO.
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5   ������_____.   __ i.     ! __     ___���%_������__. _#* ��� ���
���
t
| Electric Railway
:
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   between s a.m. and  11  p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from 6.25 a.
in to ll p.m., except between *
12 and 2, and 5 and 7, during J
which hours the service will be ���
half-hourly, *
*
Sunday Service   nair-nourlv le- *
*
*
i
t British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd J
**��������� . ****************** *4 * **t-****<l*************t*i
Interurban    Line,
Cars   for  Vancouver and    way
stations   will   run  every half-
hour from 6:50 a. m. to 11130
��� ''' ,"'
i   City  Lin-its  Line���Service from
* (I: IC   a.   in.   to   1 i   p. in.
20 Mir.uts Service���No transfer.
Between 1- and '2 and 5 and 7.
30 Minute  Service���Diirin;;  remainder of dny.  Transfer-  at
Leopold Place.
tween 8.30 a.in. and 11 p.m.
been born in Donegal Co., Ireland, in
1825, L\id the latter in Tyrone Co., in
1^_':! Mr. and Mrs. Henderso have
had seven children, three of whom
are still living, J. Hunter, and John C*
of Chiiliwack, and Mrs. J. B. Henderson of Grand Forks.
Royal City Juniors Defeated.
The Royal City Intermediate base-
hall team defeated lhe Koyal City
juniors in a ball .name at Queen's
1 Park yesterday evening by seven
runs to five. The juniors were leading about half way through the game,
ibe score at the end of the fourth inning being one to nil in their favor.
During the remainder of the same,
honors were about evenly divided,
and the result was in doubt until the
last Inning when the. intermediates
managed to win out by two runs,
Harbor   Commandant   Assasinated.
Sebastopol, June 17.���Col. Guessek-
offsky, assistant harbor commandant,
was killed by a revolver shot yesterday.    The assassin  was arrested,
TOOTH
POWDER
Clean your Teeth and
Purify your Breath by
using Muir's specially
prepared Tooth Powder.
"An excellent recipe."
Tooth Brushes
made from finest selected materials-bone, vegetable and ivory backs.
T. A. MUIR
THE DKLGOIST    -   Columbia Sf.
Hotel Ouests.
Guichon���V. R. Turner, Bellingham;
G. li. Jamieson, Blaine; ii. .1. Nelems,
D. Walker. Vancouver; J. Broe, Port
Moody.
Windsor���Mrs, F, \V. Reid, Port
Haney; W. McGirr, David Buckley,
Irving Beers, Vancouver; W. H. Lawrence, Hall's Piairi..: Dr, Weirdie...,'. K.
Monkman, Ladner; C. A. Carlson,
Seattle.
Colonial���Miss Anderson, J. Stalg-
mider, Seattle.:   A. S.  Lewis, Millside
New Stock Patterns
- OF -
JUST OPENED
 AT	
MOREYS
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA,
litable for wedding gifts.
"The Milwaukee"
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT CO'Y, Ltd.
Paid up Capital. $100,000
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
**" Heal estate agreements of
sale purchased on short notice
Ihe Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., ltd.
BLACKIE BLOCK
F. J. HART,    ���    Manager
BELTi
ana
Neckweal
Belts and Neckwear in great variety have a
rived during the last few days.
We are always showing something new in these!
popular line?.
Women's and Children's
BELTS
Women's White Wash lielis in plain styles or with emi t
backs, all sizes    each 25e ��� jj
Children's Muster Brown and Plain Leather Belts, all colors and
<-.'.������>   eai
GREAT CHOICE IN
WASHING NECKWEAR
Turnover Collars, white, in plain and fancy each lactoyj
Embroidered Linen and Lawn Collars, in new styles eai h 15c toftil
Lace Collars, in white or cream i ach 15c toTnl
Hoys' Windsor Ties, all colors, in plain and patterns .   . each ":<�����.- t'j6Sc|
Women's Silk and Chiffon Scarves,   the season's most fashionable Neckwear   each $1.5flto||l
W.S. COLLISTER &C
a
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
Extra Good
House, on Ash street, convenient  to ear and Fourth  avenue, rix
rooms      $1500.301
Fourth avenue, modern house, six rooms, near ear line.    Price |lw|
20 acres on North Road, unimproved,   first    class   soil.     Price,
per  acn
$55,001
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE!
To Encourage the Growth-
-OF THE  BONNIE  BAIRNS,   USE
Easterbrook^
Imperial and Whole Wheat Flour
And give'satisfaction i.e the Ladies by use of
Our Noted Pastry Flour
'The Pione��r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of ���
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
f34 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
JOO Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
10 pound, iM pound, and 49 pound sacks.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. Telephone 333.
Highest Cash Price Paid
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY  NEWS,
"Quality and  Price"
t:
When you get supplies for the pantry you want Ihem
fresh.     Then when you want k<����1
TEA   AND   COFFEE
why don't you cail on the man who makes a specially
of them, and get value for your money?
Edmonds Tea Co. ^'Tmm"m

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