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 al Shiles & Co
lite,
REAL f STATE
iColm
Phone 85
SlUME 2, NUMBER 169
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1907.
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C
10 CENTS PER WEEK
lames
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weep  Capital City
i
Hsastrous Fire Licks up Swath a Mile Long and a Half Mile
Wide Almost in Heart of City���150 Stores Destroyed���
Hundreds of Residences Burned���Damage Estimated at
from $250,000 to $7'50,000-Fire Now Under Control
WER SUPPLY A
ENGLISHMAN THINK     WATER SUPPLY HAS     FIERCE FISTIC FIGHT     COLUMBIA DEATH LIST
B. C. IS VERY COLD    INCREASED SLIGHTLY     IN SUNDAY SCHOOL     GREATLY INCREASED
FAILURE
Peculiar Notion Prevails Regarding Climate of Pacific
Province.
Reservoirs Slowly Filling Up Loggers Raise Rumpus In Number Of Lives Lost Is
Again ��� Ankers Reports Halls of Scripture Learn-, Between Seventy And A
Pipe Line In Good Shape.     ing -Lands In Jail. Hundred-Women Saved.
luid Merely Trickled From Hose Nozzles, Rendering All Efforts at Combating the Flames Absolutely Useless���Chinatown Entirely Destroyed
. l I.��� i ;,j ���. i.t11 ���
lln. iginated In .1. J, Klsh-
Hfcksi I -hop on li' raid street
pd I 01 Ove blocks of build-
Kr. . all being small reslden-
i Ul .. ��� moon, Tlio fire state^l
nd aa a strong wind
H :.-.:.. ei rs Bet fire to man;.
��� Bmi ice from the origin.
Bli ilocks   arc    eas;    of
:e"- street     nd   inert li    of    Herald.
j- ��� church was the prtn-
J ��� stroyed.    The fire is
I thought to be now
Hundreds arr  bomi -
*
Julj    2:;.
I lacksmith i hop i ���
i by a high ��In
,���A
I  Q
I
j   a high  ��In
aow I ��� j and ci ul r .
The    entire
���   (lhatbam, Disi   ���
ilinle.y      i|.   irl;
ui ued orei. an I
���-eel Blanchard stre- i
. reel)   La  thi
. after the flrsl fire
I hers won- re.ie.er;. i
:.i iers    < )ae on I lis-
���    ! kmglas,  quick]
���   fire fighters, an I
���   .'ed St. John's
���   , leni ���
CaJvarj  r. i
UOl    ... :  e .in ... ���
>  I- buraln
:.������ :     i:,,  ��� h
��� ��� o ' o :     fui
eet,  in    '
��� '   ���, tlon, .
remi n  \ ���
A    wind
ei   ���   to bo
a of th<   nori
I
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toi la, as the fire departm! di an I : bt
water supply would ��� en In Inad -
q . ite to iin ck Its  prog ��� n.
It is only two yi .er- sin :e a ��� a
lire cul a consi lerable i th through
Princessj avenui to Quei , avenjje, a
I little further north, and on thai occasion the' bluejacke - :: ::i .... |uii .. /
. giave gri a1 assitsance ln ti ii lng d< ��� ���
houses to stoj    I gitss,
Victoria, Julj
V    cl       Okl   ee it at 3 still
: lng an I is
lartnient.   Fi\ ������  . I ��� ad\
been  swepl   oul  of i s stem ���.  wil h  .,
robability thai ���     are
doomed.   Tl...   fi .small
store  on   Ston        ��� I
.   ��� '..-.        A
southwest wind if ing, and
.    ���
ui a time,    '������  ;  ���
street, v      I I        id a hall
; om the startini i "
area n 111 covi r om  mil
na I with the ��� ���   '������
���  to i stim   ���   '       Lama.
churches  have alrealj    een     iruei
e  ilvar.\   Baptist,    -
rooms and  thi      M        -   '     nlssioi
:   e   rkers moved I iruiture fr	
. ���    Into thi    treet,    it so fasl
d thai irn   I
... ild be I    en b way.   A? yet
il as every
.    , ������ ,   ;       :.. ���        :   "���
mil - ���    ���'������ no1
e water su
engths of hi >
ui   ���:.'      em the l
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.   i     ���
.
T.   R   ..���-���:..   - ;   ���     ���.'��� :. li nl   Of  th
Harrison     .al ���     ....   hi ry, ied
Satui : im Engl ind, where h��
wi nt .. ��� e ���������- ks .- on a visit toi
relative        ti ghter, Miss M.   E.
Roi InSe .:. ..b . accompanli I him ; i
the old ml .���. ��I! i ���������: ��� bon ��� ter
sh< h ...-.. ��� ��� i.e.:., : with relatives
foi  .. ������ .,   ...-. ks longi
Mr. Ro Ins n n   o   - I hal h    ..    i
verj   pleasant  trip but  is gla i  to  be!
able en   j     British    C I in  ���'..'-
igreeable i   n at< once mon . Sp( aking
i '   i limatl       nditions,  Mr.   Ri 1 Insoi
states thai  b. Is surprising the num- j
���������'.������        In  England wh<   think
thai  th<   rlg< rous ��� limati   v. b   :���  . ���
vails -.:   Ei -������  n Canada Is ch   s
:   trolman John  Ankers,    who   re-      As  a  result  of a  fistic set-to  In-      San  Francisco,   July    23.���Nlnety-
. m .  yesterdaj   morning  from    his   dulged in, In the Sunday school room eighl nun. women and children an  on
....  tour of inspection    of th<   ,: the 'little church at Surrey Centre
���   line as  far as  Lake CoquitLam,
:   thai  the  water in the  la
,...- now less two and a half feel I ��� -
.\ the top of the dain.   On the occa-
- on ol his iast vtsll a few days ago,
...  ;��� r w as al out  < Ighteen In I ���
above the top of the dam.
Superintendent   Stott..   speaking   tc
News   yesterdaj   evening
on Sunday while school was in progress, one man lies at Ins resilience
iu Surrey Centre in a serious condition with two doctors watching over
hlm, and another is confined in the
provincial  jail   In   this  citj   with    a
the daathroll of the Columbia disaster.
Of these 75 were cabin passengers, ;>
were in the steerage and n were officers anil seamen of the ill-fated vessel. One life-raft ami five boats are
still unreported, and it is possil le that
when these ceinie ashore the number
chargi  ol assault with grievous bodily of the ele.ad will be reduced,
harm marked In the records against1    T1,ir,, .nlu, 8urvlvors of the terrible
......     stated   blm,   The case will b< heard as soon   disaster reached Uils city al half-pasl
��� ..   watei   In  the city r.s,   .  ir   as the Injured man is sufficlenUy re-   , n (,-(,i.,l.k    Ma    In< |n,;nP,    ������    the
������ steamer Pomona, having  lefl Eureka
Istic ol  ]     Ish Columbia
well.
remai ked thai this idea wa   verj prevalent In thi  north ol Englan '. and in J
Scotland,   In .-; Ite oi this, th< r<  wi ���- a
largi   'i: vi ��� h al  In  the a in    t< wi
Cana i.e. ai ml ry was
the mos    avori        the col< at thi
presen   time.
Mr.  Ri   i:..-. a   is  strong Iy
��� ilnion  that tl , Ine    ol   B   I ���
Columl .,,  - iffers    i ���-. - i.'.erabl
iie.. lai ; of a Ivei tl Ing, I
In   old        ntrj   :.: , w lng    I   -     thi
most  favorei Inci   of the Do:    i-
ion,   bj   ���! ime,   b i1   knowing
nothing    ������   its   vasl   n so  re -.
���eiid  thi   Ni we   thai   the gi n< i il   i n-
;. :���    i 1 ���   ��� ii th of Englan ! ���������  -'
that ': ���     irther west oni   I    ������   ed in
Canada,  the ��������� ider  it   bi came.    ���'��� --
lowing  this  line of  thought, the ���   I
i ounl ry   m o iie le id come to the c< -i- .
i lusion thai  it. C.  was  a  land i I
an I snow, Inf '��� a    ee  ,,  pr ivln ������ tor-
evei    askinj  In s inshlni   and        ��� '
Mr. 'i  had  the    ������ asti i
having  a   long    Interview     with    ���' i
; Right   Hon   John   .'items,   the    la i i
lampion       Ens ..:;':   who wi      inch
...    . uat Mr. Ro    ison had
to   ell him     ncernlng    thi   province
.ll!..
- ���     ii{   some :
I ris< n five inches   'nring thi
id that he expected thai it would be
ii   Pool higher than the previous day
j   the  morning.    Tin   water was
��� :   ati ���: Ij   'i" I p '���- " ;���'- for i n In-
��� [!-������! - ���: I lj set me l good.
In re: ly to a question about th   drop
;���:  thi   wate r at  the  Laki   Coquitlam
iam,  Mr. Stotl  stated  that  this   ���' : -
isual In the summer time, everj ;..:n
ie   ivatei   I eing  i onsiderable  less  in
the ] ike than In the winter,    lie did
Meet  consi ler  this   condition anj 11   i
The man who received the beating ,1( .,���., .,..,1(H,K y.eBterday afternoon. 01
for which he is now confined m his tl���,S(, so .,,.,, me^berg o( lhe colum-
bed is William Jories, ol Surrey Cen- bla.8 crew and Uu, other ,g Mrs ot-
tre, a well i-iown ���eioueer of the dis- ,ili;1 M,,(1<.��� ., ,������,;,,. u,;lri,er living at
trict aM a man of H yeara of age,       1325  i>.i,Kin  street.    Mrs.  Uedell  is
The trouble was caused by R*U>n the first passenger on the kmt steamer
Lockwood, a lurajberman In the dls- j to return t0 the city. She tells a liar-
trict, who came to the church in a rowlng s|1���.v o{ Uu, awtu] 8Cene8
drunken condition. After entering the ah���a,.(| thl, ,u���,������,,, steamer, and is
school room, he commenced making a h(,VS(,|f S)1 overcome by the shock ot
disturbance, and Mr, Jones attempted the experience tha
to qui,:   him.    Lockwi i I  showed an '
cause lo be alarm< d.
Vest  : lay evening, while ins    ci   ���
thi   ... ������ r mains oi the city, Mr. Stotl
rmal, and thought there -,.,. antagonistic spin, and the men came
to blows.    Lockwood  is  a  strapping
young man of aboul 28 years of age,
and Of course easily go;   th    better of
the old man    William Jones, jr., went
cami   across three people who    were   ,     ..    ,. ,,     .._...i_,.,���,.,    ,���,i      |���,
the
��� i-.   Irrigating  their  lawns.    He  In-
��� m   I   them   thai   th< ;���   were   d
ling the warning given by the au-
th< : il li -.   in I  requested  ihem to
��� pi Inkling Immi diatelj'. The offi ndors
���)  - i, ��� ^plaining thai the y had  m I
.-���   a  " ���   warning in  the n< ws] :-., ���
-.-��� I did not know that the authoi   li
.il ordered all irrigating sto iped I
two days,
Mr. Stotl win make anothe' I iur
In ection I lis evi ning. am! no >. u h
' me ��� xcnse wlll be ai cepti el. In
everj i ase, th,. water suppl; will
i ii ne l off withoul further wai nlns.
i be i Ituatlon 11 Ing 11 i Ious eno i__-.ii to
mai ��� his di astl ��� mi a ire an abs -
Iiiii   ie , ��� --:' ������
'    :    -...;.!  patrolmen  will    ���   ��� n  "'"  Lime ";     rii;l"    an(i   S,1M i:i>
���    ��� iis  ��� venlng, and eai i on       '   '' :':';'  '"''   ��eemed   to  bi     Improving
e a ithorized  to turn ' }tl  day'
���.    . . noted  mai
Dn
I i
to.] .
I Cll\ .
*.,:������
ee
e    23,    6:30 i i
from waterfroni lo
hern section. \
I behln I   it, i
to    Btri^.t to
aiinol    lee   slop;..   !
self In the flel li
ns of the dist rie!
iere  is a  lack of
������ liglil  the fire and
|t,    ( n    the spark.- thai
Id directions and
'-' '  ' the flames un-
mllkely thai    the
' will be affected,   the
N ,t, , I to the north of It
' oth  being    now
Onlv , ," ' the leaping flames
the    wind    could
B ' ':'   ���'���
I
,     .    .        ci      ���-  ������'��� :ii:  ;:;'   ''
.
.   ���   ���
"'
Vici    . ���'  ' !'   '
.... , ���    ���     n      i  '    ���
Mr, Robinson re
turned on   I    Carmania.    During th
���    ��� of in.- : . . he /islte I, Calf
Winnipeg, Mi nl ������  I, Niagara, B il
ito,  St.  Paul,  Mlnm ���
Chi    ���       ������- '    -'"���' ral    othei
. ���! lontlm nt,    1
. :. ���  time In mosl of   thi
��� wns and cities of the old
the su         le who   pi    : I     ���,      An ,;''1 1!"';i ''��� having Leen  iworn
te i it again     Loci voo i   befon   Police
a th   n, a    ., , '���'        ������" ���'��� Churchl ad l
Centri. Constu ill  Wllkle wenl oul an :
��� ��� ���   ��� i the man on m nd i. > venlng.
. e
.estei id    ha i
hlm lodged Li iclnl
��� . ���.       Is I rial,
i'ii.
*P ih,. ,
across the city
things  an
ttarti i
afterno ...
lrol, and ���    '" ' '      "
are burning,   Tie..":   now ao
;l���.  number
of houses and *   J^ed
bas nol  yel  been ,
,-,���.  Into  the. hundn I       Vboul    150
stores have he n destroyed.
The'loss I    mrlou I)  estimated al
from $250,   to $750,000,    ..  , -
than one hall   w 'a
had
I   1,000  people  Will
'    '���     While the   fire
''  mostly composed
likely   thai   I
n
K
  oul a popul
I   n  InltBprogr,
swath through
'   ' I   Wind,  driving
���    h  i .,,���,, mean a].
'���'."lion   of    Ve,-
covered bj Insurance,
Nve or six hundred people are
fleredhomele       Te the
i���g  cared for    In        ' \
houses, and     'vat    horn-        i
committee  '
IU splli   o,  th
of people we,   on tie
the confl e. '"''"'"��� '^	
���~"71:^u^^^^^",���"-,' !"m"'
Plans for New Church.
- ���.   of Si. All m'     '
-:: ...     . " me! li
.    .        is        the ni w b ,
which ���'���    e presi nted by Messrs, Dal-
���   ;;,.., :.;   ol   Vei::'ouvi    and
; |.     ��� mmitti e   req ��  te I
tke a bi ecli l drawing,
iction i ould be made,
.    an  idea of the style
of church 11 Is Intended to build.   The
il will be printi d on a circular let-
(er,  whi h   will    shortly    lee    issued,
ollclttng - : - riptions, an.l the con*
ope  to be able to build be-
���   Dg winter.
as  can  be  paid  to D   Q.
('.   M.  C.   Burnaby,   Rev.   R.
Dunlop,   Sapperton,   P.   B.   Brown   o!
Sew Wi  tminster, or to any memher
���'..   committee.    The site presented
\V.  .1. Walker  has    already    been
conveyed to the ��ynod of the dlcc^se
m A
;      ���' ��� ��� llm
good        I rom th : .  '
i'i" I nd .      no lea
where,   Tin        valvei
'���mi III    i, nnd     en       a i   ;   ��� !.   n ���
waBte.
Sui ei Inten lenl Sl iti   made th
lowing Btati menl yi sti rdnj i .-��� . ng fi
thi   Ni . s.
: I   re is ;i i olutelj  nothing wi  uv
wil h  thi   wai rworks systi m   oi
Thi
��� ���   i        ���  . ed a Btlfl fine In the po-
��� i.e      ��� ��� i' nlay   morning,   being
, ��� i : $35 and  oi bI    In i ach    ln-
11 ince fi r bi lng Inmates of houses of
'!l- '     '' "B ^ !" p''"'l "' i    i     111   :.un.   This Is the b    /leal fine yel
''"'���1'  ,,'t- i'"1 fhe '"i"1'' "" water I    ,.���,��� ., ;, on ,���1V ���f the w< men In this
' ,(   :   "' \uother woman  who failed  to
I
she will  nol   so in
recover.
No news has yet boon received from
the life rafts supposed to be ashore
ai Shelter Cove or adrift oul on the
Pacific neai- the scene of thi Columbia wreck, but latest reports aaj that
only one iv.it'i lan led, nol three, His
survivors are painfull) making Cheli
way overland to s.iu Francisco, Om
the possible existance of these rafta
,those wiih relatives still  among the
[passengers una^-WB^ f<"' ''���'���" "-''''.
hopi s,
Of ih,   248 souls on the <vi."I��i,.|v
111   were landed    al    Eureka,    Tl't*
leaves 104 missing.   One report an
'���'���"��� of iin so are safi   al She],, r Cove,
a later reporl says only    is.     Until
; Shelter Cove is deflnitelj  h, i  i from
j <he actual death Usi won't be known.
I l' may be Tl1: |< may be a bun Ired,
The steamer Pomona with Miss   \.
l-aidedi   and ovi r 30 survivors of the
Columbln'a crew, arrived this forenoon
with an immense crowd waiting   The
Bcene wob graphically excltln :   Everj
passi ngi r coming dov n tbe   lanl   was
hailed eagerlj with q ittoni       Were
'���'" ��� n | assenger on the Columbia?"
"N��.'    ime the uniform answer, till
M      "" b-b, appe ued. This    .'ina Ban
!''i' n        ... cl isel   di i e I In -��� ulster
ice    md head,
���      ilterlngl      ��� te, the wharf
' can'l ' ilk," i i     ,; i. "i can'l eay
n  word.''
Members of the   Columbia' i   crew
the women of th   ri I llghl , H;ii'l 'hey dare nol  talk till they had
reported al headquarters. So after
sixty hours, no survivors' stories of
the great wreck an yet given for
publication.
to his father's assistance, and
twee n   th( ai  gol   Lockwood    on
floor. . nd administered a severe drub,
ling, as a resull of which Lockwood
can ie !   black  ej i s  an i   Beveral  bad
cuts aboul tin  face,   Mr. Jom s, sr..
was rotighly bandied before die round]
i lo ��� '. an ! he was talon home ln a
precarious condition.   Dr. McEweu, of
Cloverdale, was summoned and after
��� \a i Inlng tl e patient d< ;hh',i thai liis -
condition ��a     i rious,   ind    thai    ii
won).! be advisable to have the bene-
; fit. ol mi iltatlon    with    another
ad Ittoner,    \ doctor was accordlng-
imn    led 1 :'<>m tils i I
M ���   li m    \ a    In u    ��� m'.-i unscloua
e ondil on  ������ I  ���-' in laj   i fl  i n ion  from
extravagance of some people who will   npp(     ,,.,,.��� ,���,,. name ��� ,   p   ���., wI1
be .i led today, a beni b '.'.arrant
hiving I eon issued agains! her yes-
ti rday.
persist in using far too much wat< i
for ihe purpose or sprinkling thi li
lawns, morning and evening, winn
once these people flml out. that tbey
ran no longer endanger the safety ol out thai no irrigation be allowed OH
the City with Impunity, and stop this ('use days. The residents would *oon
wilful waBte, lh" supply In the reser come to recognize the value of the
voir wlll ngiiln become normal, and logul/etio-.i, anil would govern them-
there will be ample for the needs Of fives accoielingly. The fail that
tbe city. Bul the time to acl ta lawns were not sprinkled two days
bow," . oat of the seven would nol affect tho
A i.roposi'ion lint in future all growth df the jjtrass, but would mean
��; rlrikllng of bwus and other irriga- thai the reserwSlw eould be kepi Million be prohibited OB two days every ed wiili water, and would prevent the
week Is meeting with considerable irn ice or a calamity Buch as took
approval In many quarters, Tw i lace ln IW8, when tbe lack of water
d*y��, ��� 5 Tue lays and ..".���i.'u;.���:. malnlj re asible feu- an awful charge of Mr. Graham, of the hatchery
0|lghl be selected, ami warnings^  at al la rath i In New Westminster.     staff.
LAUNCH   FOR   HATCHERIES.
The new gasoline launch Selborne,
which will be used by the fisheries
departmenl aboul the Harrison lake
hatcheries. iK1s jusi received her finishing touches from John Reid, who
Installed her machinery, and the boat
left for the hatcheries yesterday
morning', she received her trial run
yesterday and proved highly satisfactory,
The engine is of the Palmer-Moore
type for which Mr. R*ld Is agent. It
has three cylinders, and Is capable of
developing 15 horse power. The hull
is 35 feet long, and has a seven foot
beam.
The boat loft for the hatchery    In THE  DAILY   XEWS
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No Loss of Life, Although
One Hundred Passengers
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Over 6,000 different songs,   instrumental
pieces, solos,  etc.,  etc., to choose from.
NEW  WESTMINSTER'S
MUSIC  HOUSE
J. H. TODD,  -
Agent for the Dominion, Nnrdlieimer and New Scale Williams Pianos
Singer and Wheeler & Wilson Sewing .Machines
News has jusi reached the city of
I a wreck on the Columbia river, between Golden and Windermere, of the
j steamer Ptarmigan, with 100 passen-
| gers on board, exactly one week before I
| the terrible loss of life occasioned by
I the sinking of the steamer Columbia :
J off the California coast. In the ease
I of the Ptarmigan, however, the crew
behaved splendidly and nol  a single
life was lost.
The wreck oocurred on the loth of;
the present month as tbe steamer was
making the run from Windermere to
��� Golden.   Unexpectedly it collided with
a rock   or Borne   other   obstruction
' which was not known to exist in the
, channel, tearing a hole in the hull and ,
; allowing the water to enter.
Unfortunately,  however, the beach-
ling  of   the   steamer   was   followed  by
a  fire which  broke out    abou'    the|
smoke stack.
The steamer, which was a splendid!
one. Is now lying in ;he bottom of the
' river. Attempts are being made to
j get her up, and if successful she will
Ibe refitted as a freight cruiser, while
' the owner will probably make an ef-
' tort to charter the gasoline    steamer
Selkirk for the passenger trade.
The Jewelry Sa
Will Continue AllThisWeek
and extraordinary values is what we invite you to call and investig
We have a large supply of all kinds of Jewels.   They have to go,
and whoever buys now gets bargains that can't be duplicated.
Don't Miss This Sale.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E.  WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager.
SAILORS   MAY   CLASH.
Ringing The Bell
is a joyous occasion, especially if its for the right kind of a "Belle." a
ring to decorate a fairy linger, to celebrate a birthday, engagemer
wedding.   In cur stock every one can find a suitable gift and at p
wonderfullv low.
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every facility  afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BAXKIXG  BY  MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New foundland, anl   In   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A General Hanking Business Transac ted.
Lette-s of Credit issued, available wi tl. correspondents in all parts of the
World,
Savings Eank Department.    Dei .alta   received in sums of Si and upwards,
od Interesl allowed a: "��� per cent, per annum (present rate) added
<���        four 'timti i y��ar. ������.-*���-   .���...
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW. WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D.  BRYMNER. Manager
American ano Japanese at Hague Talk
Ugly.
Brest, July   23.    - The    Japanese j
squadron is expected to reach this ;iort i
tonight. This delay in arriving is generally attributed to the desire of the
commander to make as short as pos- '
sible the time that   he American and;
Japanese warships --vi!. be together in!
the harbor,   in order  to   reduce    the
1 c hances of any untoward inci lent be- j
tween the sailor men.    The    sailors
from the American cruisers Washing-
1 ton  and   Tennessee, now   here, seem
; to hold some grudge against tha Japanese on account of a fancied griev
lance at Jamestown, and there has beet
some threatening talk in the cafes fre-'
quented by the American  blue jack- I
ets,    Rear-admiral Stockton, in command nf the American  vessels,    has
decide I to grant no shore leave aftei
jthe  Japanese  arrive.    The  American
offic ;rs are prei aring I i treat the Ja ��-
anese  visitors  with great    cordiality..
I They  v. Ill   be  sh eu :-. every    court esj
and entertained  .1 dinner on board the
American flags!
Diamonds in the Rough
are reported to be going up in price. A diamond ring bought now will
be worth a lot more money next year. Our sale prices and line assortment make it an easv way to make money.
Watches
Fans
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Cut Glass        Optical Goods       Brooches      Hand Mirrors
Purses Fine Brushes        Whisks Shaving Outfits
Anything and everything in our line at
Gifford'S Big Sale
CTSH
h   Scrr.eihins Unique is
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Coconut Cream
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For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MADE OWLY BY
���4 TKE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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LIMITED.
I Wholesale and Retail Batchers
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Reduction on Coal Rates.
Chicago, July 23 ���A I hoi It, li is
'������ i'ii granted iii- H irrin an roads by
ila' Intei state commi . ��������� c mmlssion
to mane.' i spi clal .'' ; : stion of 23
ci nts a ton in coal rates in Id iho,
Nevada an i v. ashing in i >m .July 19
to September I.
Tin's authoritj has bei d granl ei I n
' hi puri ose of in lui Ing coal ... alers In
tin states name I to lay in their winter
suppl es of coal In the remaining
summer months so as to avoid a repi -
m of lasl j ear': co il famin -.
cau ��� i i; tl inability of the road to
. ansporl co I as ru ede 1 In the territory named.
The Inability d r ids ti tran.-i rl
co il as ui lered res ilts from two
causes���the scarcity oi' cars and con-
gi stion of t.ee.-���.. with other traffic
Since the beginning of summer officials have been doing all in their p v.
to Induce coai dealers to lay in their
stocks early, with only partial succes .
The special re luctlon In the freighl
rate is now held oul to them In I ���
thai thej will nol fail to make h ij
when the sun Bhlnes,
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round    Tn(
if       Rates   to   Southern   California,
bar full infe.notion call on or write
(_.. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portlaud, Ore.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
__.rtt.fch   Coiumuia  Coar.t   Line
Servics.
Ralph Smith May Resign.
Nanalmo, Julj 23.- Th rum h d
resignation of R ilph Smith, Al. P., Is
now looked upon here as such a < er-
talnty thai prep iratlona are gule I;
being made for a by-election for '
federal seat. The I .entity ol the liberal candidate bas noi yel been dls-
' : sed; in facl II is learned from authoritative sources thai the liberals
have not yet decided upon their man.
.). il. Hawthornthwaite, M, I.. A., 11
to be ;li ��� candidate of the .Socialists,
Following the resignation of Mr.
Smith, Mr. Hawthornthwaite will resign his seal In the provincial legislature to contesi Nanalmo against any
candidates which the liberals and
conservatives may place In the running.
The repori thai Ralph Smith Is to
become superlntendenl of Indian affairs in British Columbia vice Mr. A.
W. Howell Is given every credence.
iOO Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At. the
Eraser River Tannery
"The Milwaukee"
'The  Pionetr  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
)wn  and  operate  their own  sleeping
ind dining cars on all! their trains and
^ive   their   patrons   an   excellence  of
service  not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
(U TWrd St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
*i2*X*X*#*X*X*C*C*;r-*b *A*b.** b*y*2* �����#���#��>#��� 2r*y*A*
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Highest Cash Price Paid
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern PacTic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
^tage fSily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
IQOI.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane   7.15 p.m.
12.25 P-m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson   6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
TIME TABLE
B. C.  Coast  Lins Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
IS-abject to change without notice).
S    imer. Le ives Vanco ivei
P   ucess Beatrice ... July 6, 11 p. m.
Princess  .May Inly 12, 11 p. m.
!'.,:., ��� -    Beatrice. . .July 19, 11 p. m.
Princess May  fuly 26, 11 p. m.
Princess Bi atrice,. .Aug. 2, 11   p. m.
Princess Ma; ^.ug, :>.  11  : . ra
Princes3 Bi.. rice.. .Aug.  16,  ll  p. in.
!':Incess May   \hj.. 23, 11    .ra
Princess  !!��� atrlci ,. .Aug. 30,  11   p. n
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE
, S.S. Princi'.-,.. Victoria leaves Van
1 ver, l p.m. dally.
Leaves Vie 'una Sally at l a.m.
VICiORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Leaves Vli toria dail) excej; M iniii.i
at &:20.
/ICTORIA      NEW      WEjTMIeMSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Vi"' ria   on   Tin's.!..    an I
Friday at 7 a.m., and leaves Ni n West
minster on Wednesday and Saturdaj
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.:
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves Victoria at  11  p.m. on  Is
7th, anil llth each month for Clayoquot;   leaves Victoria    on    20th    for
Quatslno and way points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdaj
and Frielay at :; p, m. and Saturday
u 2 p. rn. with additional trip on Mon
lay at b a. m
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a., tn.;  Friday at 8 a. m. additional
trip  Saturday  ii  p.  m.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  N^w  Westminster,  8  a.  m
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday*, calling at
landing between New Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at   8   p.m.   2nd
md   13th  of  each   month,  onlllnu  m
Skldegate na first trip and Bella Cooln
on second trip. Tim 1 on
departure  are  approximate.
For   reservations   ..nd   Informatfol
call or address
ED. GOULET,
A^eir, 2'pvr Wests Inster
E. J. COYLE,
r'.*9t. Gea. Pass   Agent, Vancouver
J. W. TROUP,
'.enera!  Suoerfntendent, Vlctarln
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, Al
WHITE    Hi IRSE,   DAW.- >N
FAIRBANKS     Daily trains   t   ���  \
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,  ma
express    and   freight   c line      ' '���
Stages at Carcross and White H "���
maintaining a through winter servii
Foi  informatie-.n apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic Manag*t.|
Vancouver.  B. C
Grand Trunk Ry. [
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto, |
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Eosioi\,\
And all the principal business centers" |
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAR!
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ; ���" |
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falla.
For Thne Tables, etc.. address
CEO. W. VA-X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Tic
ket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago,
Westminster Iron Worts
GENERAL MACH1NM AMU '������NLi1' J
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHINU, Bi:in<-il'. h:iI
STRUCTURAL IRON    VVOKfc
Ornamental   Iron   hoik,  tnriudin
Fences, Gates, Fire bscapea, ��w.
Mall orders and correspondent
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBia aiKLf.
New Westminster.
f. i>
<'/����� rtON
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,LLY M
1907.
THE   DAILY   N EiWS,
1 ��� OBKVTses?,
Night Ro
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NAPOLEON BOWSER
ENTERS CABINET
AND
aver Member Is Giver.
. rtfolio As Chief Commissioner of Land ar.d
W< rks.
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Men's Night Robe?, in ch   ������   ...:
| and roomy for summer vear. Fine
;,! islin, soft, yet stri ng. S me a
plain and others neatlj .... n I, with
or without collar. Its q .ite a trick to
make a good looking, ci .:.: rtal e
N ght Robe.
��� Robes are made by a Night Robe
maker that understand? his business
thoroughly.
toi's Flannelette Night Robes, ��� 75c to $1.25
" Muslin Night Robes, ��� ��� 75c to SI.50
- Ail Wool Night Robes, large sizes, 83.00
"  Pyjamas      ���     -     ���     SI.50
Hoys' Pyjamas ��� ��� ��� S1.25
"  Flannelette Night Robes,     -   ���   75c
HLDeBECK
CLOTHIER AND FURNISHER
Opposite Post Office        -        New Westminster
W. J". Bowser, M
i this evi
a as chief com
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.. senc<  of thi
ant gov< the i ast
. ���    .- i   ���        .      Chlel
Bowsi
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Is stn 1) the Ti       ...
. .  eciated hi  ���
N-AiJEWiKSBHrwSBSES*
MORE
BIG
SPECIALS
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At LEE'S rURNITURE
and Drapery Store
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ENTOMBED  IN     MINE.
I
I
-.       CreeK   Miner   Supposed   to   Hsve
Met Death.
Fernie, B tly 23     \ . ump oc-
'. N'o    : -.1 ������... \..- 3 wes! Iev<.
N'i   2 -.  :.���  e   al Creel, aboul i :30 yes-
ay afti        .  as ..   , sull  i I which
���������    ert Bi      s supposed to be dead.
Hi��    artm        I just gone n.i; to gi:
��     i the room b imped wit!
lerrlfii    forci    i hoking  the  room  an.
entrance ad coal   The con-
i usslon   ivas si   gri al thai il  was fell
al th,        er en     f Coal Creek, shak
le town
Ov,::..   to  thi   vol imi   of  gas     Im
n ��� .:.-        ���   lowing the bumps II  wts
Impossible :o re nder i   -      sitsance tc
the li ned n an     Vfti r the)   lia
eli an . this awa e n> hands sei t ���
ki i i to find the n mains of Bell, bui
si eln ' it will ti ... .. oul a daj ti
cleai   iwa; In   i ick little hoi e Is
1 ' '���   '  In   I of his bi ing found alive.
B< . was a young num about tv, i nt.
elghl rears old, an ! leaves n wife an '
::.'���'.   cl Ild ��� d
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SA N ITOL
TOILET REQUISITES
AT
RYALL'S DRUG STORE;
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, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
| "untiloclurers and Deaiers in Ail Kinds ot
I Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
1 Interior Finish,    lumen" Work,    Etc.
! Fish ?.nd Fruit Boxes.
Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
.-artre
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
RMTIC STEAMSHIPS^  TRAKE
^f!5Lcanad|an pacific ry 1 . v^rv^1V1-'
p^gST_AND   FASTES
^QUEUES'
The Water Service.
.. Ill  ll   Of lln    1��;_.-.: -    N   v.s.
ll   i-   stiggi iti . Ma   ii
'  ..:   lie i Itj build anothi i   i -
ewh :���   In   ; In    v Iclnitj   <
Qui    i's par]      \  ..  I . ni i    i    oss to
���   ������ hj   ' .. j   want anothi r
j      lien    i.    two  \. e  have (ami it
ed; il  was only    a    little
���������I        eai   ago thai   one  was built,
lie 'i ��� ated lie.ii we should
lie      ���        ivater, and
���. i ould co ���   v.   -.. ....
lini I    ���  ild   Ike to kn   ���������   ivhere   would
..  cltj        If s ich am ther fl
��� ;  is thi    m   Lhal     n ni d thi     isine
,  ��� the i Ilj   do�� i      ome    U ��
yi ars I a
Fane       ittlng  ofl   Ihe   water
Igal    : rlnkling "...  two days,
all   . ni    ������. '���     thai   e, m  -    h   in
few  1-2  inch  pipes ; nnl n ,   used
the  lawn    t tc,     '
Ihinl   Vi oul I covi    ��� nn of I
���.  e r voi
can    ��� ng      li    igh
n Inch n aln    i, ���   all the water
... ���       needed for a town twice   ll
lze.il laid from  the I ike as ii
������  . Ilipl.ini
li        mo in nin    an !  hill i.    II
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lont   'I.! on .i   propi     grade, om
: Hied
Kill ...       nd |2 ���
00 tart at the lake   nn
I thi     : It sho ild be laid an !
iy there i be m
her I
It seem
eir, 1 think    I h     eli
i   .,..   ������ n
now th     winter, bo thai
��� : hi     "       nnd
... , i pul in thi   :���   ervolr lo
���   rei . .:. the    i imi r
I . , the cil    hire a i ompotent
��� ., mine I he < \ lanl
mi Iy,   Oui  ellj  ie. > ��
and  ������ ������   lo ie il  ���'��� in
in in:
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8. F.  M Mils.
��� fuly 23, 1907,
No. 1.
100 yards Swiss Muslin, coin spot,
for sash curtains. 36 inches
wide, regular 25c. for 20c
No. 2.
I 36 onlv Purified Cotton Filled Com-
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forters, size 72x72, with good
muslin   coverings  in   various I
colors,  suitable for  camping,
etc., and guaranteed to wash.
Regular $2.50 for $2.00
Regular $2.75 for $2.25
No. 3.
40 only Imperial Oak Centre Tables,
highly polished, size 21x21,with
turned legs and bottom shelf,
regular $2.75, for $1.85.
This is an exceptional bargain.
No. 4.
Is another line of Centre Tables,
size 16x16.  Reg. 1.75, for $1.40
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JOHN A. LEFS
Furniture Emporium
Dupont Block, hiliiinliii! Slreet, Nnw ttelmiiisliir
Phone   7.5
L'-^ivSai^.:.;.,..���^
We
oi
will sell tLe balance
our stock or
TEA SETS
At 20 Per Cent. Discount
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Oii Regular Prices.
ADAMS y DEANS
English Watchmaker    ��������� =
r..��� j,��. *~ o~ **���* "���'���" Notice to Water Consumers
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
H.P���
Oli]
W'lEMP]
wtlcuia,
Counti
s OP  BIUTA1N (14.500
: OP IRELAND J     IONS
'���   ial is    from    the
Re ervations   made
Ladles" Gold Watcl      ?    ^
llinga
'    Britain miv 26th,
"T   tin*.
,:'^ apply
Pari
ED, QOULET,
C, V. n.
Agent.
Gentlemen
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's
case, $7.50  n
\ _������... fur the o
Watchi i, su     ��� :
Arctic i:-:i'i tlon.
Chain     Hi       !'
Watch   n
I able,
'   ���:. J12.75!!; . r consumers-are hereby n->ti-
, ���   to  use City WatOT    for  lb"
��� ::,:*:!!=:"-""--'.:";;e:::"::""e:"- -.'A.: b.
. om of irrigation ca Tuns-lay and
-"     "   ... .:.,!   em.!   Mth   inst.   *>
|  3   ith :    ��� I   -';-  resenre 8ttpplLfOT  flr�� l*'1
.-      sei   may   be  Increased.
By onler,
W.  A. DUNCAN.
as0Dr'City Hall. Jivly 22, 1007.       City Clerk,
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
H    . ..V
Tenders  for   License  to   Cut   Timber
on Dominion Lands in tbe Province of British Cclurfc 9.
SEALED  TENDERS   i ���    i to
I e   Comissionei   oi   l>	
Departmenl of the Interio   and naaTlc*
ed on tht eavelope "Tender for Tim-
..    Berth No. 525," win i eceived at
Dep      . ���   t i .til 12 o'clock BOOM
on WediaetKlay, th�� 281* daj ol Vngusll
TftflT.  for  a  licf-nsp to .-. . :   on
Bi        N<    525, corriprismt Is     ��� ������   ���
:2,    P OVtDCe Of B  ItlSl   ' 'e.leim-
 II*<?  '��������� ���
TMmtx I   B< th   No,   526   c
Moits hall ��� i ������: ���)!
.vu:ee Lake, the N>!,th bai, ���    ������ ��� ���   a
29 and all eeetlon 35 In Towns
Kfenpc   >    \\i:-t   of  the   fith   mf-riilian,
 alnlng an area o1 18! i ���-
more or \i ee,
Tho berth musl be surveyed n thia
after the date ol tbi  noUce
awa ding tie  berth,
���. nlatlon* undei   ��'       a li-
., nsi   will    bi    ssi   d   ale.    printed
i. :��� v. I ti Bd<    and' envi ��� iy bi
 1 at thl    De       ... il  ;Iip
.     c of lhe I'l-own  Timbi      \ o , .  .,l
New We stminster, B, C.
:'e  ii tendei   musl be acci ed
ai ei , ted check on a     ej
''iini.   in   favor  Of lhe  Deput]   Of  the
M   isti : of th" Intertoi    c   til    ain-
ol   ilu   bonus   which  the Appll-
I rej ared to ]>a>- for a     i _i������
11 e    hlghesl   en   anv    tender    m>(
<  - caarlly accepted
No tender by telegraph will iie entertained.
PERLEY il   REYES,
Secretary
tment of the Interior,
Ottawa, June 29th, 1907.
Ten fcr License tc C^i T!,*,'.!:ev c-e
! i.on Lands Iti tne t-'rjy.'c- ��?
li:  .        Columbia.
SEALEt?   'ENDER8 ftddresse I      he
Commli ol    Dominion    Lands,
Department ". the Interior, and marked .-ii th<' envelope "Tender tot Tim*
ber Berth No, 584," will be received
at thia Departmenl until 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the 21si da.y ot
August, 1907, fen a license to Cul tim-
i.i������!' mi Berth No.534, comprising lamls
pituate In the Province of British Col��
umbia, and described as follows
Timber Berth No, 524, comprising
Legal Subdivision 14 of Sectton 12,
Township 6, Range 7, Wesl or the Tth
Meridian, containing an area of to
acres, more or less.
rin- berth musl be surveyed within
one yeat after the itat" of the notice
awafding the berth.
The regulations nnde>! which a ii-
cense ��iii i>p Issued, als,. printed
forms of tender and envelope, mdy be
obtained at ihis Department of ai the
offli e of the Crown Timber Vgeni al
New Wi stminster, u 0,
Much tender mu*l  be aocoi panb ��� I
by an accepted cheque on Q il"'1 M"
banli in favour of the Depul    of thi
Mlnli t" of the iu('' lor, (or the am
ounl of Hn. '"tuij Whb h the applicant
le prepared te' paj  i."1 " license
The hlghesl oi anj  tend^' ""' "'''
niii    pted,
Nn tender bj  ti legi apli will b<   i
tertained,
PERLEY il.  KEYES,
Bei    tan
Departmenl ol the Interior,
Ottawa, June 86th, 1907,
Tenders    for  License  to Cut     Timber
on  Dominion  Lands In the P'o
vince of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
tin. Commi loni ��� of Doml don Lands,
Depaitmi nl of the. Interior, an I
tnarki d on I hi env< ' ipi Ti nder for
I'ii e ���     Bei        '."   526."    will bi
1 elvi I ut tl      I- H in    until    12
o'i lock   n on  W< in"-.in1. the   Hh
el n of Bi il mbi     1907, toi a lloi ase
to out '.    li No ��� ..in
��� e in Hi.. Province
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follow i
Timbi     Bertl    ' ���     li Id, i n       iin
���ii"   North    half of the   South   East
���i>nii ir o    Si ction .:p:,   Township i".
��� j il in, containing a.i
irea of ! 0 ai n i  more or Icsh.
The bi be sui reyed within
one year after the date of the notice
awarding the berth,
'i he i     ilal in ler whi h a li-
will bi Issued, also printed
(irm i f ti uJi ;��� and envelopi, m���,.-, he
obtained at this Departmenl or at the
office of Hi" Crown Timber agent al
\'i w Westminster, B, C,
Each  tender musl   be accompanied
; by on accepted i beque On a i (ISMi n I
, bank In favour of the Deputy of the
Mini tei of th" Interior, for the amount  of the bonus  which  tiie Applicant Is prepared to pay for a license.
The   highest   or   any   tender   nol
necessarily accepted.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Otcretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, July 5th, 1907. T3E  DAILY  XEW?.
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THE DAILY NEwS
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shing   Companv   Limited,   at   their
iflres.   corner   of   Sixth   ani   Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
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cents per line (nonpareil., 12 lines .o
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or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per wo: 1 No advertisement taken
for less 'ban 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day  Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
countless American cities which are
watching the experiment with interest
wil! n<v  be disappoint
MAN  RUNS AMUCK.
���ssi^psji'
WEDNESDAY,  JULY 24,   1907.
"THE DES'MOINES PLAN."
The;, people of the United States are
determined upon the purification of
municipal politics in their fjfreat cities.
Scare*!;, a day bul bas its record of
sunn- boss or grafter convicted. The
reform campaign, however, extends far
beyond the punishment of offenders
like- Schmitz and Ruef and a swann ol
little Imitators. The lea lers recog-
tiize that if the bosses, grafters, political machines, city hall gangs, and
contractor's rings are to be kept in
check, sour, new system must be
found to replace the presi al slipshod
and cumbersome method of governing
big cities. As a result experiments in
civic reorganization are multiplying
throughout the union. Then are the
Washington, Galveston, Indianapolis,
and Los Angeles "plans." The latest
ad lition to the list is the Des Moines
plan. After a vigorous campaign, lasting for two years, the fowa legislature
have Liven that city permission to
adopt the new system and by a majority of several thousands the citj has
approved, The new measure will go
into force next April.
The new law provides that the five
i :.':, ilmen or commissioners shall be
ele. ������ I at large, They shall have absolute control ui the city government.
No other Official shall lie voted upon
b. the i eopl The commissioners are
to nan hem all - treasurer, engineer,
auditor, assesor, thee is not an ex-
ce ition.
Th" | iwei of tl ���   commissi ni rs is
nd     i m udous     They can
rule thi  ��� itj as absolutely as the commission In Washington rules   the nation'!      i Ital.    But    noti. Ithsi inding
:    ture,     e vol
an ',.'i', iestion< I ��� ' ���������     up ���i the c im-
mission rs in everything they d i,
lem .... Los An
ei i full forci   ind effect,   By
the circul      i titioi    igm
25 per ci f the i iters, an el ction
: md a majority  voti  i
then i co
Thi , mers an    u b.  i lect-
ed evi ��� 1 ..-.-,.    the
-. ������    '.......  Is hel       '������ the
Lunatic Cuts Capers at Mission Junction Hotel���Arrested.
Provincial Constable Lane arrived
in town yesterday morning in charge
Of a lunatic who had been discovere I
meandering ahout the hotel at Mission
Junction on Monday afternoon. No
persons noticed the stranger arriving
at the hotel, and it was not until he
commenced to make a disturbance that
attention was directeei to him. Constable Lane was summoned, and the
man was arrested. He resisted the
officer vigorously, and it was only by
the combined strength of three men
that the handcuffs were finally placed
on the lunatic's wrists.
' On the way down to the city yesterday morning, the prisoner informed
Constable I r.ne that his name was
William James Belfrage, and that he
hailed from Edmonton, where he
claimed to have had some trouble in
wheat speculations. He stated that
his wife anl chilel ha I gone to Vancouver a few Jays ago where they
were still located, and that he was
heading in that direction. It is supposed that the stranger became deranged on the train while coming to
the coast, and got off at Mission
Junction He Is about 6 feet 1 inch
tall, and apparently about I'i years of
age He was well dressed when arrested, and has a smart, keen, appearance.
There's ao economy in buying
"cheap1  salt.     At  present  prices
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more  than   imported   salt.    It  is
pure and never cakes.
187 W
I ner of Fitzgerald and DouglM street!
The fire brigade of Victoria    con-
......    ��� twenty-eight men, a chief, as-
... - chii f, aad twenty.six hose::. >n
and drivers forming the whole bri-
Z: rhe sm illness :' I Is foi ���������
I with the poor water s ipply,
i , i not possibly .s.o.i the progn
  .                      ...   fiames after once    thej    had
terday afternoon created considerable se. red a g id star',
interest here, a steady stream of call-: A fire was discovered iboul two
r-rs invading th- News office until late months ago near J. J. Fisher's black-
in order to find out th" latest partlc-. smith's shop, where the present con-
ulars. Many of the inquiries were flagration started, to which conslder-
men who had families living within able mystery was attach.-1. Flames
or near the burned district, and who were seen issuing from beneath the
were anxious to know whether their ! sidewalk, a considerable distance from
homes were destroyed or saved. Foi-[any place from where any spark could
lowing is a list of the principal resi-[have een conveyed. H >v
dences  within  the
THERE ARE ONLY AII
LEfT Of THE Hi.
30 acres of level land with 1320 foot watt       .:age ,.
1 mile from the bridge, on the Great Nortl       >afj '��1
j i
Price, $8 per foot
ON EASY TERMS.
FUMES SHEEP CAPITAL CITY
(Continued from Page One )
kind are reported. Several valuable
articles, removed from burning buildings, are missing, but these may have
been removed to safety or destroyed.
No cases of robbery have ' - n reported to the police.
No blame for the disastrous fire is
attached to anyone. The ina lequate
water supply is responsible for the
spread of the fire, as the brigade
could do absolutely nothing to check
the flames. Th,/ sm ei fire briga !������
was altogether o, i sm 11 to cop. with
an outbreak of this magnitude, ".ml
within a few minutes if the outbreak,
it was seen that the conflagration
would    ������ -��� : Ious.
The disastrous fire in Victoria
burned district, whach was supplied to the News hy a Victoria man
yesterday evening. Whether these
homes were destroyed or not could not
be learned last night, but it is certain
that the majority of them have fallen
a prey to the flames: Ex-judge
W'alkem's beautiful residence, 'The
Maples,' one of the finest buildings
in that section, reported burned. Others about which no details were
secured are: A. A. A/aronson, Mr-.
Pield, J. Coburn, William Dalby, .Mrs.
���b White. S. R. Xeiherby. W Stewart, F. Hal!. E, Blacquere. T. Hag-
gerty. All, J. Weston. W. B. Shakespeare, R, o. Townley, A. Llpsky, A.
Jones. H. A. Munn. R. Shaw, .1.
Brown. J. Williams. Mr. Steitz. Ri>v.
Percival Jenns. of St. John's church.
Several of the principal Chinese
firms whose buildings mus: have been
destroyed, as they were in the heart
of the burnt section, are Von Fook
Yuen, rice mills, Ham Tick. General
Chinese merchandise store. Wing On.
tea store, Lee On, Chinese lain. Iry.
Hip Yue, general store. Lou Yuen,
curiosities.
St. John's church, the pioneer i: mse
.���: worship in the' province., was directly in the path of the flames, and
is almost certain to have been burn-
ed. Xo confirmation of this has been
Obtained. This church was built of
." in igate I iron, anel was shipped
over ro the island in the early days
from Englan i. being brought round
the Horn in a sailing vessel. A
from its historic associations, the
church was a valuable edifice. The
'������-.te is said :,e have cost in th
neighborhood eif $"5,000, anl was one
of th.. besl in th.- province. J. (J.
Burnett, one of the most talented
n isicians in the country, was the organist.    The church stood at tile cor-
,������...��� of    the started has never been satisfactorily
explaine i.
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
LOST���A brooch, with three nuggets.
Finder please return to this office
I receive reward.
LOST���Ladies  Brooch,   between  I.y'-
��� a     ttel an 1  tram office.    Fin ler
.   -    i el irn  to  Lj tton    otel  and
ve reward.
WANTED���Waitn bs,
itaurant,
Kenny's
tf
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY- We furnish help of all kinds, farm, hush,
- .\ mill, raflroa ! labor, hotel help,
. etc. male or female. Write
i na i: Tn Pacific Employment Agcy,
506 C irdova stree' wesl Vam ouver.
HOUSE AND TWO LOTS to rent,
splendid location; corner site on
I ��� line, eight minutes from post
'flee.     Apply   P.   A.   Daily   News
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FOR   SALE���One  second-hand  range.
- lil ible for large restaurant ur log-
ging i imp, 6ftx3ft61n.   Apply to Alex
'. S cond Hand Store. Speck Blk.
Dr. T. Hoggan. M.R.C.V.S., Edinburgh,
Veterinary Surgeon
Having commenced practice in New
Westminster, messages can be left at
D. S. Curtis' Drug Store, Columbia
sti ���': 'Phone 42. until I have made
my office arrangements.
Hale & Lane
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTy|
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Phone   335 f*. o. Bo\ 2f
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!lHAVEFORSAL��
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* Full sized lot on Agnes St  $650
X Come'- lot 5th St  $550
* Lot on 4th ave., near Sth St  $475
* Cleared lot in Sapperton  $150
X HAVE A LOOK AT OUR LIST
| P. PEEBLES E,
X 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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TIMBER LANDS���w- deal exclusive
ly ia timber. Have large tnd smai.
tracts on water. If you wish t<
buy or sell, see me. '__. R. Chan Her
4 il Hastings St., Vancouver, ll.C
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS.
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,-e.    1
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lublii    as    to
entlnj
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,-lleges to the
orations     No ordinance on issed until i             i    open ti    uspectlon for
II i mnol ' . ���  effeel until ten da      afti          : Inal   11
ii   Is pr iblblted from
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... ���    ie-. be t ���
������: 1100 oi a term ol  Iaii In
on ment.
A   rigid civil b 'rvice  In  evei
menl Is provld id. No ap] ointment
may i e made for any position excepl
n     . merit as shown bj  civil service
examln ition, excepl it be tbal of day
I iborer,
lete publicity is compulsory,
��� m mth a statemenl of all recelpl id expenditures musi be pub-
i I In the newspapers. An annual e\,...i examination of the books
Is provided.
ii may be seen thai partisan politics
an c ..ie, li ���'���:. era Heated, An I al-
readj the newspapers h tve bi en voting their readers to determine wBo
shall be offere I for i ommi - -' in ir .
Politics are nol consld ired, and onlj
men if !':" highest stan ling, if un-
nue tioned Integrity and business abll-
it, ,en being suggest id, Evei y man
will lie held directly responsible to tlv
I eople who pul lifm (here, and De*
Moines feels thai the commissioners
musl be such as will give the new plan ,
,i practical test and such   that   the
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Another large shipment of WALK-OVER goods
received, opened up and now ready for sale. But to
sell them
selves.
is an easy matter-���they sell them-
AW' have on show the nobbiest of nobby in Oxfords and boots with black
or tan, button or lace in the following leathers: Patent Colt, Patent Calf, Gun
Metal Calf, Platinum Calf, Chrome Russia Calf and Vici Kid. In fact styles and
material tu suit anv taste whatsoever.
We Sell High Grade Shoes
Johnston's
DIG SHOE HOUSE LID.
Columbia St.
The Sign of the
Big Electric Boot
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A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and eli -
trie light. Nice lot. stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY 1
THGS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE ^j INSURANCE!
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Adams'  Celebrated  Truss  Rod
!���   Sl eel baker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, Fan
Agenta for the J. J. I ' ,-������ Threshing Machinery.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.|
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1 Gilley Bros.
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��� COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
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VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   CEMENT.
*        This  celebrated   Cement  is
T used by nearly all large contract
ors in the Province.
R08EBANK  LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIG1!
NEW  BRUN8WICK  PLASTER-
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BHICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
Prom theClayburn Clay '
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN
SAND. CRUSHED ROCK.
TILE.
- |  * Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence 1*
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HERE'S A LIST OF
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irly and often, ancl profit!
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Chii     tc ���.  in  :..>...:..
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b    R    ... ity yes-   ports    us ���... .. _.     .
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-    miles      .":-.:��� max _ n.   ..-. ������.        :.-.
'   " '    ���'���   '    -   -      ; ***   hurt wads . ., , lac* to wate:   and
' - ���-   stood  the  racket    ��� M     St. ���..
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Bav,   " '     '  '     �����" ������ ������'���'������ -vv" " ���'   :
.v i ������>��� ras
GREATEST DEMONSTRATIONS
IS NOVI GOING OS OF
DURKUS SAL1D DRESSING
Bj Miss Williams.
Receipe Book given awa.} FREE, .:.:
The Public Supply Stores
GEORGE  ADAMS, Prop.
ers having a
sta   -   ' ... tbe    m Is ahout waek
| on little Things.     Boy Dress Goods for less 5
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oa Linens
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75c  va^d.
$3.5:
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--   Cur-
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     50c
20c  , u .
Remnants of ��      Z
20  yard.
nts of 4 rhams
20c yard.
Remnants       ."    ':      ns I
10c yard.
ngths
ends in ihi
loc 40-in, Aaron
Oinqliains. 12 l-2c vard
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SI .       ;������������:.'        - ,75c
>'       Stripe P S 75c
reed Skirts for .. $2.CO
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.:.- ments            eing ni ide   '-.��� S< ��� ���   il mem' ���  -      Ft        citii eu -
>     Peter's picni        ...    a      jti    ������      > Van
thedral for                 ���  ..                  .con s afti                 ... nin:  for
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BOYS'
Knee Pants
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to hav.   .i steamer pVaw I at the dls-
1 '"'~l i a   pos the comn       e  In  the  near
future     \  meeting ol   i n    cttlaen's
~'^"; '" : '  " More   commit te.   was held   last  evening   In
���';-    '������ '''-������       lrs     '���     : ���    ��� is   the     ea, i of trad    i   un,  when    the
1  off. Mi   .     I.    to    provide   the
' ���"   machine In  s,lM..:        princess Beatrice  for  A.ug-
usi  II was lal I   ef.   ������ the committee
Qne      the sua    -   ; th( as     ni   iad   ' IIli   ''   ;">'' '"   " "'" ''in'1,'>  decided
...   after an es es     "   ;':'';;'u   Mr  Coyle again and set
:" d  n "   ii   irranged  with the
In ���       ir to allow  tli - Princess Beat -
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I" 7.   White Wm i   S    rts    $1.00
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$2.95 rasl r,ce 10 Pan"3   '  "'''  ' ' '';-''   '! "    ;""
95c f ; ground. 1 ':'""' ' ''  :"' fta '''" llcenso ' ':Is for.
$1.50
Our stock is complete in this lino.
TWEEDS, SERGES, CORDUROYS,
Fitting boys from i years of age to
15 years a( age,
PRICES:
50c, GOt, 75c up to $1.75 the Pair
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
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267   ! 27I Columbia Street, New Westminster.
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W. C. T.  r.  nill take      a            at- Arthur Skinner, of SHverdtle, 8truck
ace           Mi-s. (,y Westbound Express,
I R           rhird rhe  l5->"ear-old    son    of     Vrthur
This    eins         first mee Skinner, of Silverdale. was killed on
since tli   convention, all  lelegates an Mondav   evening al  G o'clock at  Mis
s ected I i atiei i. sion Junction, while crossing the' C.
P   u.  track, iiv being struck bj the
*  solicl                     "              ��� '������   " ft-estbound  N'o   "7 express     The boj
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���':' ueen soliciting or- ,,,.,, of fniit Httached    ,���    .,    8tn ,,.
^ -    ::;';    l��'ovidl se, and, withoul having noticed the
himself with a license.   The case will        poaching train, he drove onto the _
'  raUs jusi  as the engine reached the S
crossing.   The boj w.is thrown .1 hun- >}
dn i feet and Injured sn bndb thai li<' ������,
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BRIGHT   DAYS
SHOW   i'��*   mt    BARE   srois
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Clerk   Duncan   will   lea
Cull nn,l .���ojournevt linesof  rURNITURC.      ri'
woods,  the' hit.'st o( patterns,  the besl of wwkmansh!
the mo it reaaonahlo of prices,
it ol
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1 ..  ou      ; boui   latei     The liorae   '���'
morning for Blaine in  si urcn    ol    .1 .... ,, , y
v,   s  Killeei  lustantl)   and  tlii- carcass   ��!���
��� ���" - '������  ra" ''   HI ���   where .���.������, 18
1 lhi ov 11 on  1    11   .tation pl.11 rorm    ������.
'   -^  the ;a"    '������'"'-     l lld'YS      Tl.,. a,:,:    ,   ' sided ai Sllverdal ,  jT;
' '   ::   llc   wil1   'hortl>   '        V'   ,   shon   distant    fr   ���   Mission     HI    S
'' :"''"' '      :          ''      ''         '   "             .:.,'.��� conduct    the  V,
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'       ":     '      V -''������'> ���    ���"���'���      '���'���������   .}   716 and 713 Columbia St.      Tour  Floor.,
ie remains      D ';'   t ��� . ���    Ml
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ubstantial Boy
7 lots inthe West End in a
splendid location and should
easily double in value during
the next few months. To a
prompt buyer can be sold
for $1750 on terms.
Don't let this pass you.
IcLEOD, SVSARK &
'IT,
l^Form Land Specialists,"
CO.
Neiv Westminster
Quality and  Price"
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��� -"���' supplies for the pantry you want them
Hien when you want fjood
TEA   AND   COFFEE
1 you pail mi the man who makes a spe  ni .
��, ��� and get value for your money?
tdmnnrJc T^ r���    Oth SU next to Columbian office
Phone 309
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of them",
!��">nds Tea Co.
A,   I.   I. verj   will   leai ��� a   ml
ith of next   month foi   I)   1    vllle,
te   t'i       entlns
Ca'th      ���   ' '   ittend lhe mcellns
,1  the Catholic   Mutual  Bi nefll   nsso-
n.    1; ���  will   ��� ��� accompnnle 1  by
his daughter, Miss    Alberta    Lavory,
...    e.   ���...:,.    he   bi ni fll   of  Hie.
trip
1 wing   to  thi   :i sence  of  Cliff ir 1
1.., ��� ;���,  ,.  the 1       the 1 lialli nge 1   m
��� ion.    1   A'een    - -'��� ���   n teams foi
1 , rlze will nol  In     10   ofl thl ��� eve
ning a       1 ��� fhe    regular
1 ,  laj   evenins  shool   will,  how-
1 ,  p, I,,, pulled off, and ll !   expi cl
I thai ��� 1 itlendance of N'ew
\', stmlnsi gun club members will
��� , ��� out, Tl ��� ������'��� ��� In . wlll c im-
m ne ������ promptlj al B: 10 o'clock,
The Belyea & company es Calgary
Milling companj suit will be heard In
the co tntj   court   thia morning at   I'
bj .':- ii mor .hi! ���" C ine, The
1 [or the recovery of a certain ''
. mi :i ��������� tor hauling and teaming'
, , : due tl <��� plaintiff from the
,|,..-..,, lent  company.    An examination
,,.��� Mr  Newell, Vancouver, rmanagerof
the Calgary Milling company fi     i
, ...   .   0f    artie alars  was  conduct i-l
,. 1 . ���'       mn   1 glstrar.j
:. .'. C imbi A- ���
,      ��� ��� ,.2,- is the full program
ind com en   at the   Albert
this evening,   when   .1. W.
wield  tie    conductor's
-���,1:  M-irch. Bride   elect,
:tlon,   Maritina,   V,'a!!a-:
:,. s mora, Los-y; Character-
. , 1, Clement; po mla ��� ��� ���     .
. ond 11.i;el." Mora*; atfng,
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W. E. FALES,
Ilil.MirUI      IMI'OUIIM
Hand Painted China
We have made arrangements with the Pickard's  itudlos of Chicago, to  lead
��� presentatlvo to N'ew VVosttnlnstev, to   five an exhibit   Iq emr store an
Friday and   Saturday,  July 26  and 27.
lu this oxhlbli will be shown hundreds of i'.n- tnosl beautiful * - mens nr
the arl of China Painting ever produced The coloi ohonn 1 are brilliant.
The khIiI wniii Is Blmplj exquisite Bul the prices are uol blub All of Plfili
ard's China possesses ei harmonious, satisfying rlohness thai has never been
successfully Imitated, Tho store wlll be completely tilled with the lino.
None nf the pieces in this oxhlbli arc for sale, Bul anybody who withes >
duplicate of any of theje pieces can have It painted to order, ind delivered
nt anj time In the future; Thli wlll also be d good opportunity to pin 8
ipeotal orden tor Plokard's Monogram and White and Oold China
We win 111,'iiii' 11 vi'i.v close prii n any piece ordered lo this wn     '; we
have in. mun.'.v Uel up in ipoolal pi.'ii.'K which are painted t" order, and
can afford in sell ln iihh way cheaper than where we oarrj the goods In
stock,
W" in.', however, going bo put souie of Plokard's   hand-pialnteJ    China    t"
(Btock (Or OUr Full trade, and we are particularly anxious, to ue.' an expres
iron uf .minion trom the ladles of our city who are interested In Ihlngl arl
Isllc, ns U th" merits of the different* docorations,
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, THE MlfR
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
CLERGYMEN MUST PAY , . -
FULL fARE IN fUTDRE KeSldeiltl
WEDNESDAY, j
Uly;
Special Rates For Wearers
of the Cloth Soon Will Be
Thing of the Past.
CAMPERS'  NOTICE
WATER WINGS
BATHING CAPS, Reg. 25c.
Fancy 35c.
Take with you our Mosquito Oil,   Honey and Almond Cream,   Skin Soap  tor
sunburn, etc.
Can sell you a splendid Bath Towel.
D. S. Cl'RTIS & CO., Drugs, Spe(taclesrSeeds
New Westminster
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 Westminster.
Phone 275
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it  is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You can rely upon Getting the
Best of Everything.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Weatmlnater. B.C.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Chicago, July 23.���Clergymen, charity workers, inmates of soldiers' and
sailors' homes hereafter when they
travel will pay full rare the Eame as
ordinary citizens.
Brer since the 2-cent fare laws began to be agitated reduced fares foj.
clergymen have been "up in ihe air."
More than 100,000 annual certificates
now in existence will be cancelled. In
the west these grant a rate of 1 1-2
cents a mile and in the easl of 2 cents
a mile.
Th*. railroads were disposed for a
time to let these certificates stand, inasmuch as they hail been issued for a
year, i".it as nil of them bear a clause
to the effect that they may bi canceled at any time by the roa Is it was
decided at a meeting of the Western
and Transcontinental associations tn
call them in.
The general inclination of the country \' demand a flat 2-cent rate determined this action. Tin- mads fee!
that they can show no favors and tha'
tne present rate is low enough fe'
anj I ody.
aj New Westmi
'The Site of Beautiful Homes.''
The following list carefully compiled to date contains most of the'
choicest residential plots in the city for sale. Prices are most
reasonable Several lots have fruit bearing trees. Just the kind
of homeyou want for comfort. Read our list of Ranches and
Farm Lands for sale.
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Two acres in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.  |
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Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
One acre, corner of
Aukland and lltl) Slreet
and Royal Avenue
$2,500
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Spies Arrested.
i;.. I'etersburg, July 23.���The police
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
nave arretted on the street a student pjrsr street at $700 (excepting the cor-
:>ii���! a young woman whom they had ner -ioi facing Fourth avenue anl
long suspected of belonging to the jrirst street, held at $1000); two lots
military organization    of the   revolu
tionlsts.    On searching them the po- ! per  jct.   four ]0ts,   52   1-2x85,  $450;
lice found jilans of both the Tzarskoe-   five j.-jtS] 5400.   Call at our office on
S lo  and  Peterhoff palaces, maps f'f i Front street and Inspect plans,
the St. Peter and St. Paul fortresses,'
House 30x42, -Ith St.. between 4:h
and oth Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St. .Price $3,800:
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
at 7 jier cent.
2U   storey   house,   10  rooms,   also
modern    improvements;   lot   60x132;
. 1, '-,   ::;h avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600, lane at back; part of lot set out with
fruit    trees    and    nice    lawn.    Price
1C0 acres, 2 miles  from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between 7th and ith avenues.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, 55^x166, Tenth street,
off Que< n's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance term3
to suit
N'o. 310.���9-roomed House and bath
room, Agnes St. $3,000; % cash,
balance 3 and G months at 7 %.
24 ''"" iry; 6 0k.
front;      i,        .     ,;;      *
house, lal
chicken  ban frlljt'
Wnds    Prici  $3,000.  Te.m,i
cash, balan 1  (j iUd 12 mm\
$3,500,    subje, ���    to   IQ
lease.    Fine re5l0ence (  ���
2nd   Street,  ccrr.er Fourth!
Splendid  location, now rei
$30.00 per month; lease cai
tended if purchaser so d.J
good paying investment,
be arranged.
Double    ti di nt  house !
1st and 2nd Sl ���������   isi
11 -:: half and 11 ' In 6 monej
Rents for f      1 :. ���. .���,.- '
4(1 acres (�� si tion 14, N. tl
|of Tn. 2, aboul t__      .   J
Haworth roa I -           hoj
1 i-j storey house ... [
other 3 can bi li . upstafl
shack; 1% acn eared al
with clover, red; 'airly easlll
One mile from sh ��� -. |
$1.200;. term- I ill cash,
months at 7 ' ,
Full sized lot N'o. 12 oa !
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and of the fortress al Cronstadt, and
a   aper showing the disposition of the
:es in the St. Petersburg barrack-.
The police believe that they have
Pipped in the bud another attempt on
the emperor.
James Kipp filled up on booze yes- \
terday afternoon, was seen in that deli rable condition by Detective Bradshaw, escorted to the lockup, and remains there awaiting trial this morn- '
ing.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Second
streets, Xo.  5, 0 ami  7.    Price $400
leach or $1100 for the three.
Ful] sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $225.
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1  lot  N'o. 24  on 13th.  street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Xos. Sl to S6 and 05, 95 faces full sized
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch, cash, bal
'4 lots cleared without a stump; Email
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and rig; $1500 cash.
1 1-2 house, C rooms and flush
closet on 1th avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
No. 312.���8-roomed
room, Agnes St.
cash, baeance 3 and fi mos
at
HIE MISSION LUMBER CO.
NOTICE  OF.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
160 acres less right of way about S
acres for railway;  25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced; $1900;  1-2 cash, terms for balance at
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean tcx> Ux2S 7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
and lean too 16x22;   barn 30x32 an 1 $350 cash, balance on easy terms,
lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x10;   two LOU 16, 17 ami 20 of 11 of 3. Price
chicken houses, each   10x12;    wagon $500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
shed 20x30;   small  milk house, small balance 6 months at 7 per cent,
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearin
and Sth St.    Price $.1050,
House   and   b.i'h   huo.-.uee at 7 ': o,:.::r..
Price $2,500;   '-      Westerly 4, 11 ol 63, S_..|
132x132 conn" .'��� et squl
houses drawing $28 :������. mool
Block 12 on 12th St., east side;   10  *5,000, half cat f
lots.    Price $2,500. one-third   months.
6, 12 and 18 months 160 S.E.  '., 1     Section 2(1
10 iii-ros,partly 1 l< ared; Kan.
House corner of 7th St. and 4th running through; Koodroadj
Ave.; 9 rooms; 2 full sized lots, C6x north of Websti cornerf
132; ' orchard of apples, pears and mill and P.O. al thi w�� 1
plums Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, bal- ber worth $7 per n ce4al
ance on time at 7 %. i miles    from    Pi  1   Hanej
$2,100; terms $1,101       ..   j]
5 lots corner of street between Mh  ranged.
Oth Ave.  on 2nd  St., side of 2nd      s_u-   Sub  Towns
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NOTICE ir hereby given thai the'
partnership heretofore subsisting be-1
tween Joseph Cameron and Joseph,
Mark McDonald as "The Mission
Lumber Company" of the District of
New Westminster has been dissolved]
by mutual consenl as of the 29th day.
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
'��  acre between    Queen's and
St    equal to one acre;  partly cleared,   railway  runs  alongside;   old!
$500,  half cash.     A splendid    oppor-  chard.JM-ll^ 1
tunity for investment. 1
1 acre clay, bouse on tram!
More exclusive  properties  just   listed!Joyce station;  partly clearel
with us for sale.                      acro.-s  front   fact.. :.:.:.!
Lot 5, opjeosite   Knox church, Seep- $700 rash. balance a !
perton, east Bide Columbia Street <>n	
car line.   $350 cash.
3 lots south side or Slxtl
verv  '.ml:-     ��� . ���.!.--':   fi"x1 !���'���'.
Sub. Block 10.   $1050 cash.
\.. nue
feel  en
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue easl
side, new house; $1500.
Tv .. .' t3, block
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
Ave. on west side of 10th; N'o. 5 and
6. Block 4S; 132x105 feet; all cleared
and   fenced.   Price  $1050;  $550 cash,
balance in fi months. 4 lots on Fifth Street, 11. 12, 13, 14,
Sub.   15. S. Blk.  13.      $350 each, halt
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, be-  CBSa, balance 0 months at 7 ',.
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-1
I, lot 9, $1000 each. ed. $1,200, $&00 cash
of June, 1907. All debts owing to the j YOU WANT BETTER THAN THIS?
said partnership are to be paid to 27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
Joseph Cameron of Sapperton in tbe cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
I strict of New Westminster an.l all fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
claims againsi the said partnership are{new house, I'i storey, 3 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 fi
and 12 months.
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This property Is only % mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
Excursion rates to all points Basl
July 3rd, 4th and 5th; Ajigusl 8th,
9th ami lOtfe. Ittckets good for three
months.
ED GOULKT,
O. V. ii. Agent.
New Westminster.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK T
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
.��� made to register Margaret Rob- j
��� m as the ov, ner in Fee Simple, under
Sal<   Deed from Thn Corpora-      25   a res on   Mara  road, Burnaby.
tion   <'i   the'  Township  or   District  of i $150 an  acre    FOR    A   FEW    DAYS
Surrey, to Margaret  Robson, bearing ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance  l
date ihi' 7th day of November, A D.,  and 2 years at 7 %.
I901  i f ;;!! and singular thai certain
No.  306.���9-roomed house,  with  bath
room, corner of ii'-b and Agnes St.
parcel 11 tracl uf land and premises
- ' tte, Ij Ing nnl being in the Districl
of New Westminster, in the Province
oi !:   tish Columbia, more ; 1 rticularly
1  "  and described a   lot 7, subdlv-      HouS6)   tul]   slzed   lot>   on   Keary
':;'' "���'   ,������ ,.ct    Sannerton-   rents  for   $10   per
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17. 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th,
street and Sth avenue;  2 corner lots
$25i'i;  4 inside lots $200 each.    P ie e
$S50,  cash.    Single lots at  cash.
Four and one-half acres betwei n
Seventh and Eighth avenue; south
side of 1st street.    Price $2,500.
Lot 14 on Fifth avenue, sub B, 10
of .sub '.1. $300 cash. V2 cleared; size
55 feet by 132 feet.
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage Is selling fast at this price.
100 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; abler bottom land; running
spring; house is x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; 1' 1 osl frame house and coi'
stable i, ' .: ee In all, stable 8 con - an I
2  house;     ��� mer  of    Merriva!
Agnes;  full sized lot;    city bloc
lot 11;    one house rents for $25
other $1":   Bush  closets  and
and
31,
the
con
nected     with    sewers.      Price $3.5CC.
('���ash $2.     I dance In fi, 32 at: I IS
months at 7 ',.
N.-E,  '1 of .-'i.i, 19. Township 10: somi
timber.    Price  (TS per acre; terms $1.0u0
... balance 1 asy.
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of fi of -4
(cleared.) Price $500; tor the two, 1-2
cash, balance 0 months al 7 per cent
Lot M on Sberbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, fi months at 7 per cent.
2 lots on Mh St. between 3th and
Cth Ave. on east siele; full sized, CGx
132; Nos. 9 ami 12. Price $1CC0 fcr
both, half cash, balance easy.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city lin ti
$60 each let. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
One acre in block!
tween 18th and 16|
on Sth Ave.   I'nee
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
Large lot Bn I "---i
luml i.i strei", Sei; perl  :������  B |
a: $10 each.
One and one-h tll
full   size   lot,   sil ...'��� . o ril
Ro al avenue m: I ci    ���   ���  '���
Btreet;  9 rooms:  bath room,
j' cold   water, closet;   v.nodshedj
' bearig  fruit trees;   streets i
; sides;   fine  view.    1     ���  I  1
' cash.
Lot racing 2nd St., between!
land 3rd Ave., second lot fronl
Ave.; 52x122 feel clearef
alongside  and   back.     Price
��� half cash, balance eas;, at i
One lot No. 12 cn Royal A\|
third lot from Eighth street.)
fcr sale exclusively.
150 acres Improved land,
and Bheds complete, near Cloi<
I under cultivation, $15,000.
can  handle  this, don'l I
. i 3 .in; term.- i an 11  eirrangeij
Prici $4.0CO; tonus '������ cash, balance  j span horses; near Mission Station;
.'md 6 months at 7
19, '!' um. il Ip 2.
You no' each of j o i are n q lired
to contei the claim of the tax purer within fort;.-fiv.. days from
the date i ' the firsl publication i I
this notice upon you, otherwise I shall
n ���: iter Wurgarei Robson, as owner
thereof In f< e, And I hereby din cl
thai publication for thirty days in a
laily newspaper published ai New
Westminster of this notice will    be
TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE''
Eight Train? Every JJiy :n the Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
TUP.    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest   and best ideas, -"<"1 and Bufficieni Bervice thereof,
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.1    Dated al the l.and Registry Office,
and   LUXURY.     It  is lighted  with New Westminster, Province of British
both  electricity  and   gas;  the  most | Columbia, this 18th day of July, A.D.,
brilliantly   illuminated    train    in   the
world.      The   equipment   consists   of
private   nompartment   cars,   standard
16  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining.
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),   l0..re
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,  library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on  or .write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
street,  Sapperton;   rents fo
month.   Only $1,050.
r
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance [easy at 7
per cent.
ch trches near at hand:
steamei lands twice a day; aboul 100
acrei LimDer, fir anil cedar, never been
I logged; $2,00 ' refused for stan ling
timbi ; ��� .i ' .-��������� hou i' 16 x 24; hi n
hou-.' made of hewed timber Laid In
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a lifetime, $3,000; $1,000 cash, balanc. al fi
per 'ent.
No. 30S.- S-roome I ii iuse, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; %
cash, balance ;; and 6 mos. ai 7 < .
HOUSE and LOT
ri ntrallj li i at< d In a commmandln
.-itnation; Third eivenue, at foot of [go acrea t'",; I '���':'1 :,":::1
Fifth street, Two and one half-store*y A\..,.A. ;!_, ���,.:,.: :- ;., ��� .er, nea
bouse, Ten rooms (recently papered) r,,,o\. $12 Der acre;
All modern conveniences; hot and
e old Vi atei. I ath, flush closet, la ra-
tory, eli I lighi; nice lawn; lot
66x132, i. Ith lane In rear; part of lot
et oul with fruit trees, Price $2,753.
I $1,500 cash, balance arranged.
per acre;
Pari of lol :���'���'���'. b M        '    ^
nin ut   70  acres,
! Half cash.   Jun;;).
2 lots,
(corner)
streets.
20, 21:  No. :
$175.     Du  ':
, $1701 M
ni and s|
160 .���!.. ee on the Scot* road, 16 acre i
cleared;  harn BO x 80; stables, etc.; I  gg-]?0T the above four prop
splendid Boil; onlv $30 per acre. $1,0001special price will be  i ������ " '"''^
cash, balance easy. j chaser.
IDE BIG PAPER IS Ir'E BEST
OT FOB IIRBIHK
1 107
O. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
Throssell and 11. Burton.
All  persons serve. 1  with  thia notice,
and those claiming through or under
them, and ail persons claiming any
i; teresl in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, anil alii
persons claiming any Interest in the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be for-
i ver estopped and debarred from *<���(-
ting up any claim to or in respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone   333 PrOflt   Street
Telephone
J33 JULV ^
24, 1907
A
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
>$**��_:
Tenders for License t-
NOTICE.
Siven that thirty
.11 rend to apply to
Chief Commissioner of
������    tor permission
CANADIAN
TIONa.
is with
iffiHGUU
HOME- Dominion Lands in the Province of
..AD"^81"11
llwM
Belt in
British Colum-
w*~ ���   y any r
1 .   behead of a family,
i tne 5J'C
,, yeara of   age, to
section of
to
way  the Umber from
'ibed lands, situate
mgallum valley:
No. 40���Commencing at post
Planted  S.  E. corner about  26  miles
Department of the >m the mouth of North Fork of
the Kitsumgallum river
British Columbia.
SEALED TEN]
Commissioner
tides,  viz., engine, boiler and derrick the south bank of Cypress creek abou-    |y��ty WFSTMIV'STF.R I AND DISTRICT
will   be received,   and   separate   ten- three and a half miles west from Sil- 	
ders for the scow or tenders   tor  all ver creek, thence north eight] chains,
together. east    eighty    chains,    south    eighty
ed on the envi
ber Berth No.
at this Departmenl
above
in.   lake,   thence   running   as ' returned immediately in case of non
������'"'���       40  chains  west,  si    chains i acceptance of a tender.
12  o'clock   north,  in chains east, 40 chains north,
Q����n  "n  Wedn< '     I tins  east.  80   chains  south,  40
aains west, 40 chains south to point
il commencement.
Take notice that I, Henry Grose, of
Vancouver. B.  <_'.,  timber cruiser,  in-
An accepted cheque on a chartered   chains,  and  west eighty    cbains    to  tenJ   t0   apply   for   a   Umber   ,
Canadian   bank   equal   to  20';   of  the   l,oint ��f commencement,
whob' amount of the tender must ac-      2-   Commencing at a post s*t cl ise
companj   each tender.      The   cheque   u> -Vo-   1   stake,  thence   north   eightj
accompanying    the    tender    accepted   chains,    west    eighty    chnins.    south
will be  forfeited if the party tender-  eighty chains, and east eighty chains  abou, 20 chains distant In a X. E. doing declines to enter into a contract  tc' I*0'"1 of commencement. ection trom the S. W. corner of sur-
or fails  to complete    the work  con-      :!-   Commencing at a post set close  veyed lot 495, thenci. north 160 chains,
Kit-1 tracted for. and each cheque will be  to Xo- '  stake, thence    weat    eighty thence west 40 chains,  thence south
over the   following  described     la   Is,
in  the Coasl   Districl;
l���Commencing al  a post    planted
S.  E.   corner   thereof  and   situate
i over
,{ one-
. more oi
'���    he madi   eersonally at
��� v ^strict in   ""   Herth   No
��*** situate in the Pr, c ,.
'   ^er u required toper-   uml,ia ��n the   wesl       ������ ,.:  chehalis
ected there-' Lake an<l '���'
-onditions
0{the :      .'..ng plans:        I In     Berth   x e
t months' residence those portions of th
of   the land in which lie tee the wesl        fcieh lis Lake
if one
leas: bU
cultiva"- '-
for thre-
[athe        ���   ither, if the
wed .  homestead-
iii the vicinity
"   require-
.,:   '
pen d  res    n
(Other,
the a'
a in
Claim Xo. 41.���Commencing at post
,; at the head of Kitsumgallum
lake '���' esl bank aboul 20 chains
south (,;' the mouth of Kitsumgallum
river where it enters lake, thence 40
chains   west,   160 chains    south.    40  Ottawa, Canada, 28th May
it more or less to the shore.! ���	
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any render.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without, authority from the
Department will not be paid.
P.  GOURDEAU.
Deputy Minister of Marine  and
Fisheries.
1007.
I
���decease.
and outside of Tlmbe . ���  . Blocl
2,  namelj   Sectlo -   the n rtl          C'       'ng 8h0re t0 point ot com-   Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
half of Sectio, ,      aalt 0,
Se tion  :::;.    the    bo md the      '          x'  42.���Commencing at post
on Dominion  Lards in the Province
ot Britisn  Columbia.
BatUifled
:    witih   the
north-easl quarti         -       ,:,    t  gec. ���       out 20 chains south of the
tion  35, '1 iwns   |              Si   tions '"   "r T-  ''   N'��- 7941,-,thence
2, the easl hall oi Se         3, thenorth '    'l:' :is west. 16�� chains south, 40
east quarter of Sectlo    L0, Section 11 160 chains north to point
s perman-   '!'" soutl   hall   il -            _           ..... 'ncement.
wesl quarter ol  Si       -.  14,    and the Clailn Nn- 43.���Commencin
chains,   south  forty  chains,  east one: 160 chains, thence east 40 chain-,
hundred and sixty chains, north forty 2���Commencing at a post planted at
chains and west eighty chains to point the   south-east   corner   thereof     and
of commencement. about  100  chains  distant  in  a   aorth
4. Commencing at a post set on the direction from the south-west corner
railway belt line, distant about six of surveyed lot 49a, thence north 80
miles north of the north shore of chains, thence south SO chains, thence
Harrison lake, thence west eighty ; west SO chains, thence south SO chains
chains, north eighty chains, east thence east Sn chains, containing i_40
eighty chains and south eighty chains acres more or less.
to poini of commencement. il���Commencing  at  a   pus    planted
5. Commencing at a post set close at the southeast comer thereof aad
to No. 4 stake, thence west eighty situate about 120 chains distant in a
chains, south eighty chains, east eigh- north-westerly direction from the
ty chains and north eighty chains to south-west corner ot survey,.,i lol 195,
point  of  commencement. thence  north  80 chains,  thence  wesi
���1. P. THOMPSON. 80  chains,  thence  south    80   chains,
Sealed    Tenders    adelresseei to the      New Westminster, B. C, 30th May.  theuce east  80 chains, containing K4U
Commissioner of Dominion Lands, De- ]1907- acrea more  ��1'   less-
���������       4���Commencing
land own-
the ���
of his home-   Bouth-easl  quarti      E    Se tion    ' '��� al  the north  west  corner of  w.
partment of the Interior, and marked        *"    '        4���Commencing   at   a   post   pl;nr��"l
ou   the  envelope  "Tender for Timber Tenders for License to Cut Timber on at the south west corner thereof and
Berth No  521," will be received at this Dominion Lands in the Province of at the north west corner of surveyed
:""'st   Department   until 12 o'clock  noon  on British Columbia. lot 495, thence north su chain... tl
'
as  to resi-   Township 6,   all in Range I, Wesi of  ' '��� '   ;-  thence 40 chains west,
ednesday, the 24th day of July, 190
for a  license  to cut timber on
  easl Se. chains, thence south 80 chains,
,..r,h    SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe  thence west  so chaius, containing 640
Commissioner    of    Dominion    Lands,   acres  more or  less.
,.      by residence   the 7th  Meridian   c mag an an                lin" south. 4" ctalna eas . 160 No   M1( com,)rising lands Bituate  ,n
acres, more or i n.                                         to  point  of comm nce- the p,(). -nM of B,.jUsh Columbiaj  to  Department of the Interior, and mark         -Commencing at a  post    planted
Mi j .-tiiu. 1       The berth mus [thin  ' the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake  e,J on the envelope "Ternler for Tim-   north-west   corner,   about   80   chains
...             sloner of Do-   one year after the dal Vi   44.���Commencing at post and comprising 5 blocks, described as
L j at Ot      : ": intention
Br patent
tased at $10
i .. ind $20 fur an-
Xot more than   320 acres
I;.!::-: Indh Idua]
;,. ... : Ite   Ol   t   '.
ttra il - -:i i>-J-'
I i itput
\v. w. CORY,
i-  ��� ter of the In
tr;;
publication ol
Irtwneni    ��111 not be pal l
L\. REGISTRY   ACT.
| ' lie iti m
Fi irence Marj
ll . Fee Simple
I from The Cor-
Burn i  . .
earing date  I b-
|;;:.:   ���    \   li. 1902, �����. all
.: '.. '     erl tin   pai   ��� I
���    situate,
ag Districl of N'i ���'
t, .:. I'..evince  of Bl -
:    e     pari:i ula
I 1 as subdivision >.
. ' A" of lol 2
���in- north  west corner of| follows
NTo. 43, theme 40 chains west,
ha ;.s south, t.e chains east, 160
: north to   poii     of commence
ment.
awarding thi  . ���
���   regulati ens  un le     which a license  will  be    issue I    also    printed
el ; m ier and i a may be
ned at this D< i .    i   al Lhe
fBce of the ('���   ki Agenl al 1 x��. 45.���-Commencing at the
N'ew  Westminst* "'est corner of location Xo. 44,
ther ���    40   chains   west,   160   chains
south, 10 chains east, 160 chains north
Each  tend
��� an aci   pted
ank in favo
il  the  In ������;.
.'IITIt'ii,
e   i cha- .      1
ity of   the
Block 1.���Comprising that    portion
| outside Timber Berth N'o. 4 4. Block 1,
, and Timber Berth 254 Block 1, of Sec-
' tion 23, Township 4. Range 30, Wesl
of    the 6th Meridian,   containing an
area of 387 acres, more or less.
Block 2.���3ounded  on the  west  by
Chehalis Creek, on the east by Timber
Berth 298 Block l.and the east bound-
lain. Xo. 46.-Post planted at the   ary  o��  same produced    northerly to
ber Berth  No. 525," will be received distant in a northerly direction from
at  this  Department    until 12 o'clock the north east corner of lol 195, thence
noon on Wednesday, the 31st day of east    40    chains, thence    south     160
July, 1907, for a license to cut. timber chains, thence wesi   in chains, thence
..t of commencement.
.....    | thi   I the a it north west corner eef location No. 42.   Timber Berth 298    Block 2;    on the  ���J
...       O.l        ..U ,. I ......   .... .... ..'. ..lnl Stll
on Berth N'o. 523, comprising lands
situate in the Province of British Columbia, an.l   described   as follows:
Timber Berth No. 523, comprising
the north-east quarter of Section 15.
and that portion of the north-west
quarter of Section 14 not coverel by
Timber Berth 471 (being approximately the  north  36 chains)    in  Town-
nortii lij.i chains, containing (it') acres
more or less.
HENRY GROSE,
Locate!  Julj   6,  1907,
Re   South   West  quarte;   of   Section
28,  Township  16,   New    Westminster
District���All   that   part   of   the   South
.vast Quarter of said Section lying to
red I ; licen
highest o lei
ssari .   ae ce
N '  :
Timber Berth 264  Bloc
������; '_ will be en
���   30  chains  west,    120    chaina   nortn
1     haina ' '-'   " ':'"   and 298 ie     i, 2; and on tl i by
hains ens;.   4-   chains   south    to j Timber Berth 254 Block 1, containing
;    :.t   of  commencement. .,n a].,.a ���.- ;,- acre8   more .,, le3S
Claim No. 47.���-Post planted al  the
p  5, Ranso  27.  West of    the    6th   the .North and West of Lol   17, Croup
P
ITES,
Meridian, containing an area  of  304  -, an<I a11 that part of the North East
acres, more.    less. Quarter of said  Section  lying  to the
The berth must be ���: id wi hin  West of Lot  :""'i;. Giuup 2.
one year af. ���- the in e i     the notice
Block 3  -Commencing at the south   awarding the berth
north   wesl          ���     ��� Of   location   No,   4t,l���a���t     r,v.n���r     n��     Timhe-     Rnr-h    '1S        ti                i  ti                ji , ���   ,
The regulations   under   which  a
'   "let of
ir.ii   chains' m   ,  .-, .u             .,           ���         . v                           to tne ano ve pn
cnams Block o.thence north-easterly at right cense will be   issued,   also    printed   M,; eta Jense
lbO    cnains  angles t0 the   easterly boundary   of} forms of tender and envelope, may be uigusl   1907  ui
said Berth 29S Block2, 2 miles; thence  obtained at this Department of al the ���  vaiid objectic
ii !.. ������  10 chains    wes!
\\.   ;���'   chain-     east.
;       point of commencemi nt,
Claim  No.   lv - Post   planted  about   north-westerly at right angles to last   offirR of the Crown Timber Agen
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
A   Certificate of   Indefeaable  Title
to the above property will be Issued td
sen, on the 19th day of
unless in the meantime
objection thereto is mad ��� to
Tensers for License to Cut Timber on      Claim   xo.   i-     t��osi   planted  anoui   north-westerly at right, angles to 'east   office oE the Crown Timber Agenl at   me In writing by a person o    lersons
Dominion Lands In the Province of   I    ���     Ins  nori     ofl       north   west   course, 54 chains; thence south west-   New Westminster, B. C. claiming an estate or Inti  eln
British Columbia. ": '''��� '��� x '��� ';,i    :'"' m  erly, at righl angles to lasl course, 2      Each tender m<lBt De accompanied  or in anv pari thereof.
��� chains  ""���   !"  cnalns l6    miles to easterl;    boundar;     if   said   by an accepted. 4heftae,oiua charUred c.  s. KEITH,
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe       i    3 east, more or less    to Berth 29S Block 2; thenci   -   iti    iast-   bank in favour of the Depute   of the District Registrar of Titles.
Commissioner    of   Dominion    Lands,   ' ���     e along  river to poini  of i   in-   ,   ]     ilong said  boundary to place of   Minister of the Interior, for the am-   Land  Registry  Office,
Department of th<  Interl        id mark-   mencement. beginning, excluding   therefrom   any  ount of the bonus which the ap
. ! on tl nvel    ���     !'��� T m-      Claim  N'o.   IP    I''-'  planted  ���    the   portion cf   Timber Berth   308, which   la prepared to pay for a license
bei   Berth No. 51S," will y- receivi I   north   wesl   corner    of    T.   !.. 7943, mighl fall within the same, containing     The highest or any tender nol nee
it  this    Departmenl until    12 o'clock   thence 160 chains    west,    10    chains   an area of 864 acres, more or 1  --.       essarily  accepted.
on we!:,, jda . the. 24th day o��   south,   160  chains   east,    40    chains      Block 4.���Commencing at    a point      No tender by telegraph wit! be en-
������;!;,, io v. fui'  i license to i ii   imbe    i   rth to point of ��� n mencement. on the easterlj   boundary of  Timber  tertained.
m  B rth  No.  518, con        m:   lands      claim  No.  ���"ii    Posl   planted  about   Berth 302 Block 1,   5 chains    south- PERLEY G. KEYES,
Westminster.   B.  O,  July   18,
tn   bereb;  re-
I .: ilms of th
y-five  days
;- lirst publicati ��n
vise I shall regis-
Kveii igh as owner
... :���      \      ���  hereby direel
:. ...... for thlr-
iaper publlsh-
wlli be good
thereof.
. Ite [Istry office.
I   .. ���.... of British
of April, A   !>..
to In the Province   if Bril   h .  il    CO chains west of the north east cor- easterly   fr uu   the  north-easl   cornei Secretary
io tin   ivest Crei       ,.   ,,:- i.,...,-1 -,  \,,.    4s,   thence   80 tl Teof;   tl    i e  south-ea terl     along  Di lartmenl nf the Interior,
.    lescribed       foilo.vs dns west, SO chains north, ^' ���   ilns     i I "us-.>:;'. boun I irj  SO cha  ts.m ire
���-,..     ,;,������:,  X.   :'��� nprlsin    east, SO chains south to point of com- a   '  is, to the   angle   In   Baid   e&sl
loi, i ti      1 noi b   ��� ienci nn nt. '   i 'ar. o   rimber Berth 302; thence
Tim er Berth 2S0   nd 'ie..   I claim No. 51     Post  .elan..'! al the north-eastei    .   il  righl angle3 to lasl
.,,.., ,,,,., comer of T. I.. No. 7943, course following the boundar:    if said      Re easl  portion (62 i-i"1 a res of
thence   160  chain    west,    10    ehains !;";'!; 302,  10 chains;    them . north-   ,,.,.   [ractj0Iiai  south  Past  quarter of
north,'160 chains    east,    40    chains I westerly   paralled   to flrst course 801    ^^ Lownshin    24.   Whereas
of see ': mi :; .mis;.!.��� Timber Berth
2e;i and sai l Bi rth '. ��� , lu Township
!   e:     ;,- so, Wesl .if the Gth Merl 11
'   ,   he north li ei' ar I I '';'''    '
I la tei  ";' Sei tl in 26, the north half
and   tin'   soutl   �� isl    i ��� s"' ;i' ''
,. .   .  easl half Section y  th i north
halt Section  32,    Sei I  i -
and those portl m ���  if >     - '
���.;   i.  ddi  1 n  ier Berth ��� -   '
Ottawa, May 30th, 1907
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
outh  ; i ��� oinl of ' immeni ement,
.,    j, ..      ;,,..   |   ,   IU|   with  lengl
Claim N'o
10 cl ilns wesl of the south e isl corner of T. L. No. 7943, then e 160
i }��� .-��� . west, i" chains south, 160
chains east, I i chains north I i point
1 ������   '  o? commencement,
i hain i, more or less, to    coi - spond
thence
16,    township
proof of the loss of certlfli .;.' of title
sou   -weste Ij     paralled    to
.   .,,���,)  numbi r l U6F, Issued in the n u   i  il
Ne '.���
1907.
The person or persons liaving In
their custody or iiossession the ; I-
lowing Title Deeds relating to the said
propertj are requested to deliver the
same,  to  the  undersigned,
Convej ance el ited 91 h Maj. I I,
from Thomas Craves Gregson to Elizabeth   McGregor.
A.   WHEALLER,
42 Lorne Street,
New Westminst r, B.C.,
Solicitor tor Applic
Tenders    for  License to Cut    Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Pro-
vince   of   British   Columbia.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to
ri
. i,, Town hi i I, Range I, Wes! ol
the 7th  Mcridiai ;  als > Sections li,  I,
'     S.   KEITH,      B| th,   north hall and a mth easl quar-
'  Registrar.   ,,.,. g(, tlon ,;. sections 7, I, tl '
half ; nd the    mth-we i  n tarter Sec-
wlth this notle.   tlon 9, the south east quai    r Section
'   mgh or under   10, the south h II Section 16, the
j claiming  anv   half and the nor h-wesl quarte.  S
1 ild inn.i i... .I,.,,.. ,,r  tie,,, 17. ihe. north half and s ml
dlon   IS,  til"   BOUtll   ll e       ee  : I
Section    19,   'inl
1-U  ,,   i "" ... ''    S" tlnna  1. 2,    'h>-
1 whose title Is   thosi
half Section 11
I
h ���
'. . ite i  M ee   :;.  1907.
i ...   tors;
WILLI \M MOODY,
FRANK VANDALL..
Agent, K. V \xn.\l.l.
4,1 chains, to   polnl  o! com    Ralph  -���'���'. le has been filed In this the Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
mencement. containing an area of 320  office. Departmenl    of    the    Interior,    and
a i es, mo  ��� or les.
Block 5.���Commencing al i polnl on
Notice is hereby given ���    '  I shall, marked "" the envelope
at the expiration af one monl i Ei ma
Timber    Berth    No,
'Tender for
will be re-
end of    s il 1  lake;    thence s ��u   i-e...
i I easterly shore of lake, 2V4  (';l'''. unles3 in the maantlm i i ������'���' ��� ��� ' -
alon
���EMDERS    FOR    DERRICK.    SCOW.
BOILEH   AND   ENGINE.
claiming  any
n : bj virtue of tlon 17
ment,  and all quarter sei
u    Interest in the north-wi  ' ""���,: ' '
whose Utla  la  ';'"" :,,',",'i    ''   S      ''';.1' ,
i'i -u:.-,s    tasl   half Section  11    ind S -   ���...    - q   ,     ^  ^^  fr)r ,������..
,   T,m1.""; ,,i,: ���'���:-':., '.',,. ���.;    ',.',":  British  Columbia, or tend",'
; debarred  from   in Township o, Rang    L^��e, ^   ^ ^^ ^^ ^ ^ T.(.ri,.V(il ���.,
' ' or in respect; 7th  Meridian;    al
' 'ani'       old tor taxes as  easl  half Section
east quarter Section 25,   I
Range 2, West of   the
TENDERS ."l Ir ised to the under-
,:,.(," iwa, an l marked on the
.    ���    .,  "ten: ���      ��� i   Scow,   Steam
Boiler   an I
: ���:: : !   1,
,:,,,   sectloq 12, the  foi
a   i the south
the easterlj   ihore of Chehall    Lake, ,     .        '.,,,���,���             .   celved al   this Departmenl    until    12
,    ,                      ,    . the date of the first publication hereof, ,.,,,,   ,.,���,., ,,���  \v,���i���,,s,i .,������   ,n,.  ith
50 chains  southerly    from   northerly ocloci.  noon on   weunesaay,  tn    im
itherl. '"':'   ' duplicate of the sai.l ...'"i'i-  .\.v- ,,(��� September, 1907, for a licenie
to cul timber on Berth No. 527, com-
miles in dire    distance, with a depth joction be made to me ta wri lng.
of 67 chains on said easl Bhore, ineas- c. g, KEITH.
,ured at  right  angles   to the general Istrlct Registrar of Titles,
bearing ol ��ald easterly shore of lake Land  Registry Office.
wiihin the bio It, containing   in area New Westminster, B. C., i il   6, L907
,,r [,340 ai res, more or less ��� ������	
The berth must  in- Burveyed  with- SEALED   TENDERS   iddressed   to
in uie" year after the date of the no- t|1(1 undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
tice awarding the berth, der   for   Electric   Elevator,   Calgary,
;l.
. i Registry Act.'
LEASES.
'".i that, 60 daya
I  to  apply to  the
mer  of   Landa
':'  " ���      of the foreshore
.   ��� boo��l"     'e.i milling    ,.,:������
| J whole of a   .ay.
1  ' ' :!"      Independenl  Bn
��ut two miles oouth of the
' land, on the oaa!
Imal b.ui, and about two
Kildala Arm.
'April ;,ei,   l907
IFP.!;1:!'''  Mr"'||V.  Locator,
L ^DALL. Agent.
[fete
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The   regu itions under which  a  li Vita., Public Building," wlll be recelv-
,,..   | ,vi:   he    Issued,   also    printed ed al thia office until Friday, ^ugusl
forma of tender and envelope, may he 2,  L907, inclusively  for the construc-
,,. tained at thl i Department or al tbe ' tion of an i lectrlc elevator it the Cal-
' office of the Crown Timber Agent at gary, Alta., Public Building.
dying and delivering al Vlo-1 New  Westminater. S. C. Plans'tendering   are   nottded   thai
aore8   ,   Jfl   a w00den scow and the erec-      gjach tender must  be accompanied tendera will nol be oonaldereJ unless
Hon on board of a steel derrick with
2Hth DAY OF JULY, 1907
13,0
rveyi
,.   he notice
... hi h  a
within  hoisting enginu, boiler and other ac-
.     ,riea   according  to   spot mention:
: lng and delivering al
wheiv directed, a double cy-
Ij.   Victoria
containing an i i
more' or less.
The berth tins' ' e SU
on . year after the dal i
iwardlng the berth
rhe regulations unde �� ������-   ^���^ .,,,.,,,.��� holatlng engine, winch
..���as,, will    be   Is ued,   also pr ^ ^      ^ hoisting drums and two
forma of tender and ei ���      ."   w)nch ,���.,..  an uprlght steel tubular
.,,,������  boiler  of  30  horse   power cn-
pacllyi and a structural steel derrick,
Specifications of tne macninery aa t
prising lands situate in the Province
of uti'ish Columbia, aad described as
follows; ���
Timber Berth No, 527, commencing
al the Wesl end of the most Northerly boundary of Tlmjjer Berth 290;
thence EJaat, along sail North boundary of Timber Berth 'J'.'". 20 ciiains,
more or leas, te. the Weal boundary of
Timber Berth 378; Ihence North,
along Bald West boundary of Timber
Berth 878, 120 chains, more or less, to
the shore of Pitt Lake; thence West
20 (Iiains. more or less, to equal
length of Bouth boundary; thence
South 120 chains, more' or less, to
point of commencemenl containing
an area of 210 acres, more or less.
I'he berth must be surveyed within
obtained at this Depai
office of the Crown Tin
New Westminster, B
A-; mt
Each tender musi  be   i    'OPjaJJj    ."- ~ t.��� Hck ran be obtained
:,,  an accepted chequ , on a cnarwi Department here, at the agen-
bank in favour of the Deputy of tne ���   ^  Departmenti victoria,    at
i,v an accepted cheque on a chartered signed with their actual Bignal tres,
'miiI. iii favour of th" Deputy of the      |,-.,,|,  tender must   be accompanied!
Minister ot the Interior, for the am- py an accepted cheque ou a chp tared I)m. Vi,u. ,lft(M. (|10 (i;lU, ot- the notice
,��� .,t of   the bonus which the appll- bank, made payable to the ordei of awftrdiug the berth.
cant is prepared to pay for a license,    the H inourable the Minis er  if Public     T1]1, regUjationa under which a 11-
No tendfer by telegraph will be en-  Works, equal to ten percent. (10 p.c.) icense    wju t,0   Issued, also   printed
tertained.   The highest or any tender  of  the amount  of  the tender,  which  fnrn,. n, tendet and envelope, may be
not necesaarlly accepted. will be forfeited If the party tender- L^ined al thia Departmenl or at tho
PERLEY G. KEYES. lng decline to enter into a contractLttjoa ,,r thl, Crown Timber Agent at
Secretary.    ! when called upon to do so, or if he
fail to complete the work contracted
Department ot the Interior,
Ottawa, April 24th. 1907.
New  Westminster, U. C.
Each  tender must  be accompanied
NOTICE.
for.   If tho tender be not accepted the  ,,y a|1 ttccepted cheque on a chartered
cheitue will be returned. | bank In favor of the Deputy of tha
The Department does not. bind Itself   minister of the Interior, for the ant-
rot the inte ' *J.am-    7';.^  Hou89, va���COUver
|rf/��^o/?/v//VG PAPER
THE NEWS
F'RSl
KlLS
Miniate
ount of the bonus
��� s prepared to paj '��� -
The' highesi or an
,..;. irlly accepted,
No tender bj  tei
tertained.
PERLEY O.
Department of the [ntorior,
-, the ipp lean)
Icense
��� :��� not nee
tha  Cuatoma
and
House,  New   West min-
renderera must  furnish    plans   ot
.,,.  uoilerB and  engines offered, and
wllM"" '���"'    ..,,.    ,he earliest    possible time  In
KEYES        *bich  they  will    agree to make the
Virata leaders for the three ar-
Take notice that, thirty days atfer
date I Intend to make application to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
to accept the lowest or any ten ler.
By order,
FRED. C-'ELINAS,
Secretary.
Works for B license to cut and carry   Department of Public Works,
away timber from the following dea- Ottawa, July 4, 19*07.
cribed loads   altuated In New West-     Ne*r8papera will not be paid for tt
minster district. advertisement if they insert   it with-,
1    Commencing at  a  post   set   on oul authority from the Department,     Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, July 5th, 1907
ount of the bonus which the applicant
Is pre;' ire.I  to pay for a license.
The higheal or any tender not nec-
ceaaarlly accepted.
No tender by telegraph will be enti.": lined.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary. jirr
rJDHE  DAIL?i'NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
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FIVE ACRES
Good  fruit  land,  four miles from Westminster on good road,
tre ei cleared; an ideal fruit and chicken ranch.
PRICE $400
Terms $100 cash, balance $15 per month.   For sale exclusively by
W. J. KERR
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��   276-278 Columbia St, Westminster.B.C. Phone  170
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Here's Your Chance
Three-fifths acres on the upper side of Sixth Ave.
between Moody Square and the 12th street tram
line; streets on three sides.
PRICE $1 500 ON TERMS.
This lot, long desired by many investors, has just
come into the market. It has a beautiful situation, with a frontage of 99 ft. on the avenue. It
lends itself to profitable subdivision. Don't delay
if you wish to own it.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW MISTER
INSPECTOR SWORD
ISSUES INSTRUCTIONS
Fishermen Must Follow Regulations Regarding Casting Nets In River.
As a result te;' the protest made bj
the board of trad - ugainst the manner in which fishermen on the Frasei
were disregarding the law providing
for the maintenance of a one-thin!
channel in the river for steamships,
Inspector C. B. Sword, of the fisheries department, has issued Instructions to the Dominion officers and the
musters of the patrol boats now on
the river to see that the laws are com-
plii i  wiih in  future.
In discussing the situation lust ev. -
ning wiih a News reporter, Inspect
Sword slated that a solution of the di;-
ficulty was not bo simple us mn-..
members of th< ioard of trade imagined, He stated the law provides
thai a fisherman shall not string his
net more than two-thirds of the way
across the stream. So long as the
fishermen obeyed this regulation, the;,
were not legally liable. It was very
easy, howev r, for Ihe river to become blocked with nets, although all
ihe fishermen might be Individually
(���:.eying the law, fi ." ti." reason that all
might not be utilizing their two-thii
allowance from the same siele of the
i'i ver.
Mr. Swoi'd stated that there wet.
number of places .';i the. river where
more than the presc 'ibe I two-thirds
was sometimes taken uy the fishermen,
and thi sc- places wo ild l.e watch'-.!
and offenders would be prosecute
The inspectors gave the inform:! i ::
that reports would lie to hand aboul
the first of next week which would
show whether the regulations were le. -
ing  reasonably complied with or not,
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We have just opened up a nice
line of ALU1V1INUM GOODS.
including-
Preserving Kettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Be, Etc.
i- These goods are giving
splendid satisfaction, and we
recommend   them.
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P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
BRIGHTEN
YOUR HOME
BY USING
Extra Storey fcr  New Building.
A short conference of the directors
of the Dominion Trust com),an.v was
held  yesterday afternoon, at   which  it
was decided \hr.\  still another sl ���
should be added to the large business
block now under cons; ruction on the
corner of Sixth and Columbia strets,
When completed, the building will u
six storeys high on Front street, and
four high on Columbia street, instead
of five and three respectively as was
originally planned. The top storey
will cost $8.1.00 bringing the toti !
cost of the structure up to $40,000.
The top storey will be fitted up for
rooming quiarti rs, and the second and
third storeys from Columbia stn I
will be divided into offices. Two of
the three stores on Columbia street
will be occupied by Frank McKenzie
and the Dominion Trust company, and
negotiations are under way for leas-,
Ing the thii I, The addition of the
sixth storey will be proceeded with at
once.
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
tr Agents for   "KLEENO" -6J
At eleven o'clock this morning, the
butchers ol' tin, city will luck the
eloors of t!u-;: I :��� . hurry home anl
pul on their glad rags, and then bii'
away to North Vancouver, where thi
annual picnl: is to e sj ent. '���: everything possi le ;..i- ��� .i done to assure the. knights of *:. hi \,- ..,,. ;, .
high old time, ami there is no doubt
that the butchers will return horre
'his evening iin I :,;it happy with thoir
day's enjoyment, The Vancouver and
North Vancouver meal ileal.;.-; wi
also take pari iu the picnic.
IT'S   THE
LITTLE THINGS
lhal. forgoffe.i, make life
miserable when camping
LIME JUICE for the thirsty
LEMONADE
TOOTH POWDER for
cleanliness
SOAP for  cleanliness
SPIRIT KETTLES for
speedily making hot water
HAIR BRUSHES
POCKET    CORKSCREWS
Etc.,  Etc.
To those who cannot swim ���Our
Water Wings will support a
person weighing 250 lbs. as easily as
a boy of 50 lbs. By the use of them
you can get twice as much fun "ut
of your morning dip.
See Our Window For Camping
Requisites
T. A. MUIR
THE DRUGGIST
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J and NEWS DEALERS
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Tissue Paper
Paper Napkins
Chinese Lanterns
Fans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives
-AT
lowest prici
on sunsha!
There Is lota of sunshine ahead    el and  I ���
Women's Sunshades will prove welcoi
We reduce the price of every Parasol iu Bh
Sei our small show window for one Special 1/���
$ 1.50 Eacl
n this lot will be found the bulk of oui pa
���  ��� i 'ion in colors, such ..-   - :> ..,   brow n.   :
and white, white with c '   ed boi lei     ;
Regulai   prices  are  from  f; 75,1    $3.00.    Youi
Each $1.50.
W.S. COLLISTER &Cl
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
Ladies, Wii
$15���or���$1
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; Becond, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   PLOUR - IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed-all that is necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AXD FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 33JJ
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN|Y0U   BANKJ WITH
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x Electric Railway Service j
Interurban   Lins.
Cars   for  Vancouver  und    way
Btations  will  run  every half-
hour from 5:60 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap-
jur'ton and city limits over the
city line.
City Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes afti r. commencing r.i  6:20 ,a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave *
at ton minutes after the hour, X
half past an 1 fifty minutes eifi r *
th.. hour, commencing at i'.;" i X
a. m. *
Sunday Service   half-hourly be- *
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia^EJectrtc Ry. Co., Ltd I
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year e,n Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
M^fc      'AAA 'A ������������     MMM      I     'At    I
Great Northern Railwa;
MOREY'S
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding gifts.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office 'Phone 185.       Burn raoue 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to tay
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi 50���Tram Depot
$60
ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
AND RETURN
$60
Tickets on sale Aug, 8,9, 10, Sept. 11, 12, 13 acct. Jamestow
Exposition.   Return Limit, Ninety Days.
Above rate is from New  Westminster;    $60    trom    Seat
Same rates apply to Duluth; proportionately low rates   >'^
Washington and Oregon  points    Rate to    Chicago:    $' ���
from Xew  Wesl minster,   $64.00 from  Spokane,  $71.60  fro ^
Seattle.   Low rates to Omaha, Kansas City, St, Louis, n
many other eastern points
FOU A COMFORTABLE TRIP TAKE THE
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
Stan.lard and tourisi sleepers, dining ceirs and Com
bination
Observations  car.    Meals in  dining car   on   the   B  la
plan,   The "FAST .MAIL" is .another good train,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C-
W. A. KOSS, Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle, V>a

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