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 Le, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
r.        PHONE 85
PAGE
VOL
.M
2, NUMBER ir.
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
SEE  PAGE FOUR. PHONE   85
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1907,
10 CENTS PER WEEK
\ABES
ARE LOST
IN THE FOREST
f
NEAR FAIRFAX
ilX LIVE MEN FORM     GIL BLAS ADVOCATES    NANAIMO DEMANDS
PICNIC COMMITTEE:   MARRIAGE OF PRIESTS      AN INVESTIGA TION
\\r\rtn Wander Into Woods Whik^Picking Wild Flowers
And No Trace   of Them Can Be Found    Bloodhounds on the Trail    Kidnapping Not
Feared.
IH EF WATSON DECLINES PRESS-
EM i'��� TRANSPORTATION MATTERS   PROGRESS   FAVORABLY.
PARIS   PAPER   APPEALS   FOR   ABROGATION   OF  'CELIBACY  AMONG
CATHOLIC  CLERGY.
OF CHARGES MADE
sentath 1   mi eting   ol
. ��� :-   was h�� Id  last
I of t ade rooms to
'���'.-     in   general,
Ma:
Two   small   (in-     , ..,
dent   Sterling,    i I
1
-
., ���   [miirovemenl  con
|,                      fax  are  b I    i
j                        mnd  thai town
.   ��� antic m mmm
i.uei Smith f*
. phoned      Deput
i .. . ���  Black Diamonfl,      De
| iis bloodhoun Is the
line
I
��� 1
rth*   ���
p*
Sheriff II wo i
Paris,  May 28.���The Gil  Bias in a
three-column   article    headed,    Holy
Father,  Marry   Your   Priests,    comes
oul   today with an almost sensational
-   ���  of the transportation I appeal for the abrogation of the rule
I foi    he election of of- 'li!'  "ll!i--';"!>   celibacy   for  priests  ofl
| the Roman Catholic church,
nutes   el th*    asl meet-      If the Gil Bias is to be believed, this
-   ha      ee i  read,  the election    or ��'���'���";i1 is ^ri,',!>' ;'n ] absolutely aRo-
Complaint   Recently   Voiced   By   E. W. Cook   Regarding
Reception Tendered By Coal City to New Westminster Picnickers Hurts Free Press'
Feelings.
��� .   th*   year  was   proceeded
'I ������   Chi* :'  Watson,   who   has ';!'
ctive   pari   in   all  matt* rs
th*     11 ' from Fairfax an ! j othi
I
!)��� ''���
ods.
red from
supposed  ti   c
i'i
'.' " have bi
man Catholic  view.    The writer says
he is able to publish the text of
,   ��� ition which the Pope himself has
.  received  from three thousand  French
een i     . ying  the  chair  pro.  tern.,   |,riests. and   curates  ":l   "'"  "!"li:i"��
���.���-������ i ������   preside   eermanentlv,  ''! clerlca] celibacy.
I,     th ugh  wining to   <:.,    '!'' ''-"���I'l^ -hat the signers are all
all in ;.     ....    ,0    . ., .    .,���. ,;;j,;,    priests   pasl   the  marrying  age,   who
esitively  declined th.   honor. sl)eak nowlse in youthful warmth, but
in which the New Westminster picnickers were treated al Nanaimo is
nol confined to one or two "disgruntled kickers," II is the almost
ai..mii.ions opinion of th*' men who
am mi-  responsible   for   the  holding of
.M;        ,.
lent hi no*   the   pxctising himself on the grounds that  solely ou1   of T]le  fuln���Si  of "xi!"::-
i:i  Bearch  of  wild morrov    h*   had too many other matters to at
���= ....  iQ v. jiir-h  would effectually pre
REBLKAH    ENTERTAIN.
Ipjh   Lodge   Visits    Beulahs-
Candidat.s Join  Order.
���Ten
INDIANS BATTERED
RECOGNITION
him
occupying
any
position
ikah Lodge, No. b,
[i favored  last   nighl
th    MIzpah   Lodge
sixty membe - ol
.  ��� from the Tei ml nal
m. , r*   the ra*
���':'.    The    principal      s-  i
In   evi ning was    the    con- i
Re   nkah degTee on ten    Ire*
h  Interesting   cere ��� cum
WHITE MEN COME OFF EEST IN
ROUGH FIGHT IN SLOCP AT
QL ALICUM.
which would take tip too much of his
��� nn
He  .. .m   :���.,.. i. at the urgent re-
m -���  e ���  th*   meeting  prevailed upon
to act   tpon the  general    committee.
Georgi   Bla  ��� ���     was  I  i n elected to
I     M
I ��� I through with
ni w   member"      eeing
: I i       iiitlated  Into ���'he ���
e"...     ���    i    een
on  tho
that a tlon le m      ���     iad oc-
Qnal    . n    R<   ���
thai   '   iei   ,-��� -.:. ���
'hum   weighed   with  the  responsibilities confession has thrust upon them.
The paper sent to Rome states that
"among all  the  problems  now    confronting the prelates of France none
is  more important  than  the question
(;:' cierica!  celibacy.    The solution of
this  question  should   be  forthcoming
jwith brief delay, and this solution we
mm.    D.    McKenzie.  <!<> not hesitate to predict should, by
���     etary  and   W.  Davison  will  fulfil   human  nature,  by right,  and  by  the
tjji   luties of treasure] instruction of the Evangel, be a de-
The      transportation       committee, cre���   abolishing    ecclesiastical     celi-
m m      ��� ... ted at the last meeting  haey, thus  rendering    marriage    op-
lools   into   transportation   matters, | tional to the clergy.   We write these
'.-; was to be expected, the press
of Nanaimo is making a vigorous de-
f* me of that city In connection with
thi charges made at the receni meeting of the citizen's picnic committee
m   w. Cook tn the effeel that the
���   ��� ption tendered to the N'ew West- the picnic in the coal city,
nster people by Xanaimo had been The    following  is what    th*-.
far from satisfactory.    In    a    recent Press has to say:
ie,   the   Nanaimo   Free   Press   re- "It might, met be a had idea in the
���   [-.duced the  report  of the    meeting ini rests of the good  name N'anaimt
from   the   Xews.   and   commented    at enjoys  for her hospitality throughoui
length   upon the statements made  hy, i he  province, for  the city  council  ti
Mr. ("ook.   in Monday's issue, it sug- investigate charges made at a recen
gests  the advisability of the charges public   meeting in  Xew  Westminstei
made  being  investigated,    and   hohis thai the Xew Westminster excursion-
out a hope  that  the  statement    may ists here last year were given a poor
have been only the biassed opinion of reception.    On   the  occasion    of the
some disgruntled person. Royal City  exclusion  to  Nanalmo,  a
Although a half holiday    was    de- half holiday was declared in the city,
clared  in Xanaimo,  and  a  band    did a band was out to meet them, and as
play a few tunes during the evening, citizens generally turned out to greet
that  Is about    all the    entertainment the  visitors,  they, to use their    own
provided.   A baseball match had been words)  were well entertained.
arranged  between the Xew Westmin- "Such    a    report emenating    from
stei   and  the Xanaimo teams, but on New Westminster casting discredit on
trriving on the field, the Coalheavers ' Xanaimo, will travel    the rounds    of
were  nowhere  to  be  seen, and,    al-(tiie city and will do incalculable harm
though a few of them were discovered ' to Nanaimo.    The  whole affair  is  a
over
ning and Cl 1 Pro
e    Stephcnsi .,    accom
��� ation,   refreshments    ai
��� the members of th*
i   many  of the '' iti
imi  the scene, In-
. ni lal Cons al le Traw
and  consisting of  Messrs.  McKenzie.  1';'1<:'s coldly and advisedly, with con-   :.lU,.r   the   game finany    played    be-'matter worthy of taking up with New
Blakele;     nd  Capt.  Rogers,   reported   viction, ami  with    no other    concern , .,   New Westminster and    a nine. Westminster.    It may    be    that    the
thai th*     had been to Vancouver and I tnan lhe desire to teli tin. truth, and  made up by the help   of   outsiders, statement  made in Xew Westminster
ol a i''.~'   im it vie wed  E. .1. Coyle of the C. p. ^ nothing but the truth.    We say aloud   wag n<). wh;U J]a(1 been exilPClej ��� the other night emlnated from one or
tbe K. Mr. Coyle had received the com- w'1:" others think or whisper, guided Tj]e sgi^n men were about the two disgruntled persons and was not
mittee, and had a lengthy discussion solely by care for the health of souls. n]j| oneg w))0 ma,lo provision for the the general expression of the ci'izens
wiili in. in regarding transportation nnc' tllp future of the Catholic re_ | coming of a large crowd, the Nanai- of lhat city, ln any event it is worthy
matters, and though he could  not  ;it   !;-ion '" France.' | mo jmpression evidently   being   that'of investigation.    The whole city will
matter    has
present  promise any special boat for j    T!le petitioners declare that the ab- j al] New Westminster w,anted In order I deeply regret that this
: ii
�� o'cloch th*    excursion,    the   committee    was  normal lives led by    priests    hindei
ihel     ��� ������   _h ��� m sfied ���   .   no trouble would mc en- *neir P *>"erTbr good.
... c*   ntered   in  thai   direction,    anl    a
social   time,  tillI    ;������ . .  ��� .   meagre thai cai suitable  craft   would  be forthcoming
i  fittingly  celebrate  a  holiday   was  gotten Into public print, but now that
an unlimited "supply of bOoze. H Ins. it  should  he  thoroughlj     Ift-
The  condemnation  of the    manner ed."
��� ���;    '������    . 'efMbe procured at presei seems thnt   at  the required  time.    Mr. Coyle re-
TANGIBLE  THANKS.
��� oi ted iim far as the
the  members  of th*'
MIlM     tO    11     '      '   ���
��� ���' oj abl*
���   by  th.' lodge,
quested that the gentlemen call again
wo wi ��� ks, when he will be al l*   I
them   lefinite  information as  tc
hii m   oal will be detailed, the carry-
.,..,.],.. been mur-   ing capacity, and all other matters of i, lind E mpt action   n saving the
interesl to the committee, [jlfe 0l- young    Alexander    Mathes   ���
Some   genei al    disc ission    on
hi  Sun m eerato:
!��� ���   s*   |<   mus awa! i ��� Quail-
. Ild   hiS   Wlf*      el Mel  thai
, ;     anil his arother-
E.   Ir.siey   Receives   Handsoiree  Gift
From Lad  He  Rescued.
In  recognition   of   his   presen ���      '
PIGEON TRAVEIS       JAPANESE DEIEY
LONG DISTANCE      THREE FOREIGNERS
i n*
-
n
mi   si"
���
���
thai  he  coast, and the time 11  would take    i
j    evident 5     been   reach   them,  was indulged  in, during
I.,   othei   mar.  whicl   C       Ins Rogers and Ackerman
e. . ]  i,,.,., eyoml j gave som* able lnl irmation    and
���
m te ii ��� n  ���������' nl    ul to   ;p1
e ,       nd   fi m. ;      i       Indian ���
i,  bui   still    alive,    al-
���I,   ��� , move,    Th* re  had   was
,      . een a rough!   flghl  as the
sails we  ���   '  rn Into shre di   n I every-
, mis i     ��� I.       Messrs.
gl    . . m ��� -1 . ie I  T  ������ ��� ted 1N'
. , .     iiej      -    have   In iten  the  Indians. . ���  iod     :  Quallcum, ami
��� their ^      ti    he cltj wi "
III   M,
nr;   Announced.
announci :  of
���   e, da ight* i   ol   M
v rence    of    L*
Rodgera of th*   S
s;    ���       it Review, and
. the Winnipeg Km-'
n Mieiiiy will take pla(.
'. Avenue    Mel h
��� m mm   al   im"       '   i
i icted by the Rev, W
The bridesm lids will
Winter    and    Miss
while    Mr.    Curl,    ol
ip] ort    Um     groot
will    consist  of 'i
ial co ist citiei   .o.i'.
tne .in the   .meri
Rodge rs |g at  presi i
���   home of VI I        i  at
..,��� \ ncty-inile  Walk.
  el       2S     M      \ii-mis.   or
\'i,  ti ���    ��� ot ;i iv*   '                ibonl
I   Eating  Snake. nori
���    is, M;i\ 2S.    In Bplt*  ol fron   hi i Governt
a similar ch ������  ��� walk* d Dun
i.. bsc I     ������       jury rcachli e a
, nother complain) has ev* nine.' The nex)
United SI ite     DIstrl* ed fro D im   ns al
n of WW Mexico thai to \'i i ��� achln    ���
��� ��� In thai ii rrltory are ip. m.    -'������   sa* a 11
hip of an enormous h isi  tin i   aftei   hi
��� Is iv,i th    new-born pr* pared    I  Um i pern I   to wai
loused, carefullj   t* nded h . k to \ I lorla.    "���-   ������������ irred  th*  c
Meemplaiui was tiled   b;   train tl) - morning.    The distan e
irii it, who gave horrl-   from  Vict  i  i  to  N?an dn i, going   '"
way or tl;    i  ad as Mr.  Vngns did, I
ah* ut  nlnetj   miles,
young
who fell over tii" C.
X. whan  last
LIBERATED   AT PEMBERTON.  AND   MEN  WHO WERE  DROWNED  DUR-
,   ;: ���  M,     (liffereni   places of interest  along the  Tuesday   evening   J.   E.   Inslev
CAUGHT    AT    SKOOKUMCHUCK
��� INDIANS   SEE   EIG   BALLOON.
ING   WAR    RECEIVE   GREATEST
sugg*       ns fo    ���-��� 'i -   which the genei       : mm.'   ��� ��� .  ������ insisting   of  E.  AV.
Cook   r. Maxwell, W. A. Gilley, A. H.
Vidal  and   Chic:' Watson
i is)   :. ,'ere: G.  Bla! eley,  D. M< -
le   I   .' el   '���" iti   m.     -   .     Mm. son,
M Roget ���.   i ...   ���       ''���:....:.      F.
llax vi II,  W.   ',   Gi '��� ���       nd
W\
CANADIAN   ARBITRATOR.
ina I ��� the recii mmm    of    ..    substatial
token oi   appreciation   from   the    es-
cu* I lad, accompanied by th*   'ollow-I
Ing  address: Alexander  Robertso.n of  the   Fish
D a.  Mr, Insley, I erii a   !��� partment,
To sir.   that   I  am very  grateful  1     stationed   at   Pemberton     for     some
you for the prompt manner in which
you rescued me from the clutches ot
"Rather   Praser" last   Tuesday    evening, does nm  half express my  fe*  -  besl :i:'iv ls s,:!1 nosing.    The bird.
Ings. to   which  was attached  a  Vancouver
Will ven kindly accept the acco       i:- mlng club tab, marked 1906, is re-
ii   Ing    haii   as a 'lasting  :>y.<--      - . - ���    jnv
the   heartfelt   thankfulness of,
Yours  sinci rely,
<i^ -���:��� ii   ALEX.   MATHESON
HONOR   FROM   MIKADO.
y
time,  liberated  some carrier  pigeon,
abi al   a   month  ago,  and  one oi ms
Manager cf Roy.il  Bank of Canada tc
Settle  Disp.ite.
.  M rhe s 	
,         ;\. ��� a   ��� ton has   de-
The  glfl   which   was   pres* nted    to
M r,   Inslej   bj   j ou:       Mai hi si n
��� ers* im is  .   Morris chair of the larg-
i si size, built of solid oak through iu1
and     1*     :' II llllj      ei   h 'Ise :,   1     in      r ' '
l,:i,
I ie
m I
Roi mi  - ii  is  anxi ms I i mi el    these
Victoria.   May   -V�����_������.,( ������    ,r    Ci mp;
md who has been   bell,  of the   tranr,p0rj   Hitachi   Maru
' Chief  Mate  �����,  3   Bishop ami    Chlot
1 TTn. *r.<''<r James    Glass,    .vho
' drowned when,   tho   trai
j sunk   by   the    Russian    fl.-:
carrying troops In the war  ivii
: in. iiaving been deified by th
anes*    smperor 4t   th*:   pnnu il   ci le-
1 ation at the YasukunI Shrine, To-
kio,  togethi r with Tapaucsi
who sacrifice,', th.
: Ire   according f.
the Orient,
ri  ��� is the lirs*   i ��� as on th tl  :��� r
' e   n si en at Skookum-
Messrs.  Morris and  Logan,
tured  to  Vancouver  yesterday
. ite I the story of their find. Mr.
sa
.iin-
i.llioan    silb    11 tS
livi s for tho oin-
isil   advice i   fl _tu
..,,.;    ti     States C m-   S] i ilsh li ithe      .        ostl    glfl nov
gent        n   as he would liki  to regain  signers have   ���   n cons��:rn:c1
the Japan* se  gn I.      \  Jap in 'so war
irrespond* n!   ivh 1 ��.;- i.,H   I ttl    he
Shahq   river   �� is   als i  ti* Ifiod     'I he
'
i
I"
i'
retail
''I
star'
i
out   S'-O
.      ,     ,, '_  t'e/e II.
eel   the   "
m.i    wi;
il Hi i act on thi   Btrik*   ar-
,i an I   the  latter   hi -
ibstl   ted   ���  :   Mr,   Holiday,  G*
\V,   Holiday,   acting   manager   ol
:   ii. i. .  ol   c na la,  a   Can
���   practices -������ bli b are
TROUBLE IN CHINA.
The' typesettet I ie joined the
strikers, and no n wspapers appear-
, d here today.
Si rlous riots oc* nrred this m n -
Ing, and the cit; hi s the appearance
eei arsenal.
cpose     In thi   sil m.    of    ' :
C lonlal      'i ;. an       eed        to  sa;
Is the   idmit    lon of dl    who
seen  II
SHRINER'S  GEV1S   STOLEN.
Swatow, China, May 28. -The revolutionists are
ow attacking Chung Lang- and Tung Chan, wealthy
f��Wr��a ,ti Chmg Hai district. Many of the inhabits have fled to this city.
The uprising is attributed to excessive taxation.
11(1 natives refusing to pav the amounts demanded
f)' {he authorities. The* revolutionists are particu-
l,lr,.v active in the north, and are reported to have
?mPietely destroyed the town of Kuy Tuen, al-
iffiugh no confirmation of this is at present obtain-
Many rioters have been shot.
Consul to be Promoted.
l.o.iiliin. May -"���it is understood
thai Courtenay Wallei Bennett, British consul for California, Neva la,
i'l.h and Arizona, will be appointed
consul-general in New York In buc-
, e Msieen i i Percy Sanderson, who re-
slgne I recently.
������un,
Suspect  Liberated.
N'i i.nn.   My   2%.���RRVOjii,   the   I!:'.'-
11  siipyosed in have be<n connected
the dynamite explonlon at Niagara   i'i the  Boundary,   which oausod
m ath  of  Louise K'lig, has him
allowed his liberty, the itrcwn having
no ' ��� Idence to offer ag.lnBl  him ;''.
the  line::wood   asulzes
Jewels   and   Valuables   Robbed   After
Ra Iway   Wreck.
Allentown, Pa . Maj 2S Oems valued al aboul $20,000 and accident Insurance policies agri gating $60,000
are missing from the effects of Louis
ii. Ellingbogln of this city, a member
Ri jah  11 '.Mii.'. an i his wife,  who
^ wire   Mi'e i  in   the   wreck    of    the
Mystic Shrluers1 train al Honda, Cai,
The  boxes containing    Elenghogin
jeffects were received today by counsel    for   the  estate,   who   found   that :
111081    of   the   jewe'ny    that    Mr.   and
Mrs.   EllngbOgln  WOM  when they  left
on the trip, together with the accident j
papers,  were  gone,    it Is    supposed'
thai  the gems    and    policies    were!
stolon.
' ii   of  llis   ; Igi on.
M* ss; -    Mo; ris   and   Logan    rei ofl
thal   '���'"'   tndians    al    Skookumchuck  ceremonie. n     ittendcd bj    ie cm-
��� thej s.w a huge balloon pass   ;   ror, einpres    r.nd family aud  court
over the mounl Ins on April _v last,  nnd mlllta r as  ������-
.'  ���    clock in .!,.  afternoon,   l, may I ''       ' ''   '': '   '   ''   M
mei      ied   that    In    Vancouver,
ih* .     m _s  Borne    talk    of a  balloon
' Mr, lng    i en sei n     ssing overhead on '
y,y\ 24,
irs,  Morris    and    Logan    have:
ei  i   woi Minn        lelr    properties    on
u ous leg iti
Plct to Assassinate Kaiser.
.oniiiin.   May   27.���A     repoi       from
Berllndeclare a thai a w Ides) read plol
among German and Russian students
Twent; - I*, i    Mile   11 e* k  with great
success.    They  have struck    a rich to assassinate th*  kaiser has been dls-
\ein of bornlte, ami everything looks J covered,    Man*   e udents have      een
well   le ;'  a   lines; . -ous  season. arrested.
HUNDRED THOUSAND TO LOAF.
Harry Kills, C. ;i           eighl  InSpe   -
tor, has been Me Vlctorl i.
and  left   for  th* ��� ne    of his  n n
li'tilles   yesterdaj morning.
Chicago, May 28-Between 50,000 and 100,000 j
men will be thrown out of work by the railroads of |
the country before the end of the first week in June. |
according to the Record-Herald.
It has been the custom in the past for railroads 1
to reduce their pay rolls at the beginning of summer |
but this year the roads have issued especially string- ��
ent economic orders and the working forces will be 1
reduced to the lowest possible point. |
:   b y^.y,wxwr%w
l.{��H.^MM'_SM��-|'i-'.-.*-3,''..��m-.>l"
ar,ii,,- ri.iiiliittriir THE   DAILY  NEWS.
ANNOUN
MENT
Messrs. Hardman & Co. beg to announce the completion of their building on the corner of McKenzie and
Victoria streets, opposite the Carnegie Library, with an entire and complete stock of Hardware, Stoves
and Ranges, Tinware, Screen Doors, Screen Windows, and Best Plumbing.
THE   MALLEABLE  RANGE
Seasonable Goods
Lawn Mowers
Shears
Garden Tools
Screen Doors
Screen Windows
: i__  -���..-..: . -
It has been said that a malleable
and steel range could not be made as
attractive in appearance as the old-
fashioned cast-iron and steel range,with
its meaningless ancl inartistic superfluity of cast-iron convolutions and orna
mentation. Through the adoption of
Wellsville polished steel for the body,
we have added wonderfully to the finish
of our range. It makes the most durable, practical and beautiful finish, and
does away with the asphaltum or j ip in
finish formerly employed,which after a
few months' actual use became sticky
and unsightly, The occasional application of a cloth to the polished steel b* dy
causes it to appear clean and bright, in
all the beauty of its original blue Im I ir.
In finish, our range is a strictly
high - grade product, and that facl
should be borne in mind by all when
purchasing a new stove.
Full Line of
Kitchen Utensils*. ���
Best Lines of
Cutlery and
Silver - Plated
Goods, &c9 &c.   ���
Special This Week:   Four second-hand Ranges, in excellent condition, to be sold at a sacrifice.
TO CONTRACTORS:   It will pay you to visit our store.    We have everything you require.   Get our prices on your Plumbing and Galvanized  Iron
Work.    Contracts just completed: The Tourist Hotel.  Pert Moody; Scott's
Hotel, Port Moody; etc., etc.
We make a specialty of Marine Tanks for boats and have every facility for repairing.
A. Hardman & Co.
Phone 302
Corner McKenzie and Victoria Sts., opp. Carnegie Library
A.   HARDMAN
JOHN    McCLUGE^
A.   JAMES
P. O. Box 248
*
For. 25 Cte. SWIFTWATER BILL
We will send to any
address, post prepaid- a
KEEPS HIS OLD LUCK
Good Tooth Brush
and a 25-cent box
Tooth Powder
GRUBSTAKE LAW MADE VOID BY
SUPREME COURT���GATES RETAINS ENTIRE FORTUNE.
YOUR GROCER SELLS
NEMO
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*��
�� Established 1887
Ificrix.ratfl I'.'
San Francisco, May 2..���The Grub-
Intake,  one  of lhe  mosl   honored df
Calil'orulan  Institutions,   has    apparently been uti.rly done away with by
in circuit couri  decision.    Ever since
New lot Stamp Mat Pat- M!'   ,!l" S)'steiu '"' sneaking w
prospectors for the privilege of shar-
temS jUSt to hand. Ing in whatever h'e finds hi d been in
  vogue, and more than one gre,al  fortune mi this coast has come to home-
_          _            .       ayers    who    have outfitted    mine-
DflJjJ, SpBClflClC  hunters.    In fact, the validity of such
contracts had never before been ques-
and Seed Store     ��� j��,hi*state-
Xow  Swiftwater  Bill,    who,
I Gilley Bros. Ltd
At
10
c.
���
���
*>    WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
J    WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
AND PEA  COAL.
���
f
��� COMOX COAL AND COKE.
��� CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
*
Curtis'
PER PACKET
Second-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS.     RANGES.    STOVES.
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
���
���
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CEMENT.
This   celebrated   Cement   is
��� used by nearly all large contract-
��� ors in the Province.
���
��� ROSEBANK   LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW  BRUNSWICK PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY      and      MANTEL
BRICK.
Fron the i llayb irn < Hay Co.
SEWER   PIPE,    DRAIN     TILE,
SAND, CP.USHED  ROCK.
X Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22
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SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
33B Hastings St. \Y , Vancouver.
Bo ikkeeplng, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. I. SPROTF, B. A., Principal
,.T..... ... j |   thousand-dollar grubstake    found
i un* of .750,000, lias won a verdic
declaring that the grubstake cannol
collo* .
Gates showed  his old luck had nn   SECOND-HAND
deserted him yet    when    the    United
States circuit cour of appeals render-1
|il the decision sustaining the districl
court  of Alaska    In   a   suit brought
against him by Isaac L. .Marks of this
; (Ity. The acl i*m was inBtil uted to recover ?150,000 on agn ement made by j
Marks ami Gates In Seattle on April
27, 1902.   The agreemenl was that in
consideration of $1000 paid by .Marks j
; to Gales the latter  was he transfer to \
lhe former 20 per cent, of all property
which   should   We  acquired    eitherby
location,  purchase    or otherwise    In
Alaska  by Gales.
:ii  	
'Rushton & Speck ADVERTISE   IN   THE  NEWS
STORE
We also do  all  kinds
of   general    repairing,
Sign   Man  on   Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 273
B U L.L ETIN
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINES AND fcJXGINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKUXiJ_ and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   won.,   including
Fences, Gates, Flro Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE _TK__T.
N��w Westminster. f. o. 47*1.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Hoetl Guests
Guichon���M, W.  Mean". Seattle;   it. | Tel. 113.
i.  Rood, Righ   River;   \Y. J,   Robert-
seiii. Edinburgh;    P. B. Dill,    Blackie            _	
Spit;   A.  Robertson,   Pemberton;   Mr.
nei  Mrs.'Blaggara,    Vancouver;     <r ; 500 UN"(H OT Iaii  Mk SUM
Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
iiii ���nm ih a U L-L-t. T I N*HBB--fe
Great Northern Railway]
V. W. & Y. RY.
���I::
Leaves Dally NEW    WJ3ST\MINSTER Arrives Dail}'
9:20   ;i '"       Bl line, Bellingham, Burl       m, Mt.      3:00   p in
r*   l1 m       Vermin.   Everett, Seattl ,_Pqrtl md       9:55   p m
::>    P "i       Sjiokane.St^Pauj.an I all point - I
9_:20   a in Anacorfes, Woojjey,  Rocl
3:00   !> m     I Vancouver
Ola."!      \)   111
12:10 a m       "The Owl," between Seattle,  New
Westminster & Interm idlai ��� points
tport.
3:00 p in
3:00 p in
9:20 a m
4:35 ji in
6:20 a ai
p. in.      Arrive
Al   tie
Hartwell, Clayburn,
Windsor���Irving   Beer,   Vancouver; '
Syd. Richardson, James McConnell, G. I praser River Tannerv
FInlay, Chiiliwack;   E.  McKlnley,  VV.	
I ubllconer, T, I.. Bai nm, Vancouvi
.'lines Hossack, Langley,
Leave,   New V,. siminster for Guichon    3
Guichon 6 p. m.   Monday, Wedne  la .  frid i
8:45 a. in. arrive from  luichon; 9:10 a.m. Lv. for Vancouver.
ROUTE OF THE FAMO IS "ORIENTAL  LIMITED"
2 Daily Overland Trai na 2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago  Si
Louis   and   all   points   East.
For complete Information, rates, berth reservation   etc
Trains & Steamer})
C P.R.   M U.N  LIN :
Leave \. W. 15.40     t N, fl
C.P.R  MISS   i.N
Leave N. W. S .:������.       S* iti
l i ave Seattle 12 N  ���   IS.1I
C.P.R   WESTMIN IT!   :  It'.N :   *|
; Leave \. W  8.3 i  I
I Arrive X. \V. 9 h. ISI
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWA?
Lv. X. W. 9.20 a.m    ai  Se     ������ ���   -I
Lv. X. w. i.;:;, p.m ; ar. Se '
p.m.
V.,   \V.   &   V      V".      ��� ���
Lv. X. W. ,'i p. m. and 9:55 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver v ai ��� '
G. X. R.���PORT GI ICHf'N
Lv. x.  \v. .::;;. am.; ar. 0:'-^]
2.20 p.m.
l.v. Guichon, -: 11 p. m.; ar. N.Wj
S:4."i p in. and 6 ;>. ni
Mondays only.
H C. ELECTRIC- VANCODVB.
Lv. Xew  Westm tu er 5.50 5.50,1
and 8 a. rn., and e\      iaii iourtM|
nf ler till  11  p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for WestmlMW 1
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
leaver��� ,
Prom X. W. Mon !     : ':
Prom Chwk. Tu.,      ��� -; '������ '
fitamona��� ,���,
Prom x. W. Tu \ ' . ', |
Prom Chwk. Sun.. Wed., FTU '
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer-
Prom X.w. dail;,      Sundaj "
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.       ^i
From Steveston, i a  - ll''
Mail Service
-,- ,   ,    ..4U.&I
��� Seattle, via Sum- ��� ���
! Sapperton and Mill-
side, No, l.
11   Ml tt
7 i    i-'1 ''       .���
, No. I.  I1   ' "'   '
j Vancouver
GN.R   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle.. 8
0      Mi "J
!.30����
,   ipj_j
on nr address,
Bank of Commerce Building,
King Stree
Highest Cash Price Paid
call
P. C MEYERS, Agent,
New  W* stminster, B. C.
,;   ';   ADAMS, Asst, Traffic Mgr.
��� ^nio '  3 ation, Se;.'m.m Wnsb.
WHHtiiMiiiiiimiiiiiiii ii. 11" i n._ iii,' \j 11 \, i,,|_m_iL_i	
?*��__.<
Van. & Cen. Park 10     '���' , j
Victoria   i" !o0a'm' |.i5pM
! Kasl Burnaby . ��� ���   ' ; '
i Ladner, Steveston, , ,i,..
i :10 p.m. "���
etc   '���    '
C.P.R east, Sapperton, Millside and u35H*l
Coquitlam     '   6,'0op.��
' Van. and Burnabj I ftf
G.N.it. Flyer   '
Tlmberlan I, Tues ,,:,
and Friday. ���.'-'""��� LpN
ESDAY,
MAY 29, 190?
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
Northern
pacific:
Three
Tran*< continental
Trains Daily
.,,..,,,,] on the Famous
...���.'���,'������ COAST LIMITED"
I     '      i ... t, ii train.    Low Rates.
l*g? Excellent Service.
l(Vl York. Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ai ;. POINTS EAST
BteamshirTi kets on sale to all Euro-
lien points.
I  ial   ReOJced    Rates    Round    Trip
to  Southern   California.
Rates
*nl] inform tion call on or write
(��� E LANG, General Agent,
,,,'. . .. St., Vancouver, B. C.
|.j.' Ha '
,1). CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
)anadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
in
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SEND IN
YOUR	
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CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
BOYS AND  GIRLS: COUNCIL MEETING
Voune   ni.in,   new arrival,
i ��� 	
a  permanent jo'u,    any    de-   printer's Ink Tells- Try    the    Arrow
ana
have their eyes examined
FREE=
ALL WORK GUARANTEED      *
j RYALL'S DRUG STORE I
********
ickets wi ild to all local points at
m FARE ANO ONE-THIRU
for the round trip.
|r .,'     ���    ale  May 22, 23 and 24;
lodto return  ���!' l" -^'ay 27.
eu. aou-y-T,
V. 4*. K. Agent.
Xew  Westminster.
irand Trunk Ry.
lExctllent Train Service Between
Chicago. London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
lontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
jidallth.' principal business centers of
fNTARIO. QUEBEC an.l the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Iho to Bl I I'AI.o, NEW YORK and
fHILADEl PHIA, via Niagara Kails.
lir Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VAJX.
���' '      ' en'l Passenger and Ticket
A. um. l s Adams St.. Chicago, III.
TAKE
The White Pass
land Yukon Route
|mO ' R .:>. CARCROSS, ATLIN,
[ HORSE,   DAWSON   and
N'KS,    Daily  trains   (except
���' rrying   passengers,   mail,
}"'        nd    freight    connect    with
F ��� rcross and White Horse,
_ a threeugh winter service.
:  inl  -rnation  apply to
J   II   1   IGERS,  Traffic   Managei,
Vancouver,  fl. C.
************* *y*+* :*:.*;.*
CARR'S BISCUITS
in  half-pound  packages
c per Ib.
The Milwaukee"
The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Ch't..; . "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
-   m   the   service   on   any
I n   the   world   that   equal   in
I' '  that of the  Chicago, Mil-
lv &   St.   Paul   Railway.     They
} op* rate   their  own  sleeping
| rs een all! their trains and
[ patrons   an   excellence   of
il"',r ���  I obtainable elsewhere.
H   S, ROWE. General Argent.
I'.MThi, | St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
WHEN  GOING EAST
lASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
lEighl   [ rains  Everv  Day in the Ye.u
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
iTlli;
Embi
HE TRAIN OF  FAME
NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
the newest    and best ideas
-AT
Adams y Deans
ia Day Excursion,    r
!
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers end Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   BANK   WITH
��� The  ������
Burnaby  Council.
A meeting of the council wns held
on Monday evening, May -7, wnen
there were present Reeve Byrne,
Councillors Stride, Love, Cliff, Anderson and Rumble .
The third reading of tbe Beach
road appropriation bylaw being fixed
for this meeting fl deputation comprising Dr. Walker, Messrs. H. L. Edmonds, !���' .1. Hart, L. Claude Hill and
Mr. Knott of Vancouver), attended to
urge the abandonment nf tli ��� bylaw
us the Intended road would Interfere
with the privacy of Deer lake, the
i; st shore of which would be surrounded by the grounds of private
residences. Tin- council Informed the
deputation that, as, representatives of
the whole community, they would require thai th*' public should havefree
access to the lake rrom the Pole Line
road, but In or.I'M' that an alternative
suggestion as to the' location of the
road might be submitted, the final
passage of the bylaw would stand over
till the nexi  meeting "ii June i.
Suggestions for submission to tbe
B. C. Union of Municipalities as to
amendments tei statutes were, taken
up. The first recommendation was
io the effeel that no subdivision ot
land o ties s than half an acre in men
should lee permitted within a niuiii-
cipal district. The second point adopted was that, subject to the right
cf appeal to the lieutenant governer
in council, every municipal council
; should have supreme and unrestricted
control of all public highways, any
charter or private act to the contrary notwithstanding. The thirit
suggestion was that the speed of
motor cars within municipal districts
!' reduced to 10 miles an hour, the
onus of proof to lay with the owner
or driver.
A bylaw  (o  regulate the  width of
new lanes, streets and roads, and for
J governing the  submission    and    ap-
! proval of maps of townsites and suburban subdivisions was introduced and
read a first time.
The resignation' of Councillor
Skinner was accepted and the seat
declared vacant. The clerk was ap-
: pointed returning officer for the elec-
tlon of a councillor to represent
Ward 1. nominations to be received
i by i>oon on Wednesday .Time 5, at tbe
municipal hall. 'Poll if any) at the
same place on Saturday June S.
Councillor Anderson was Oppointed
a member of the court of revision.
vice Mr. Skinner, resigned.
The   reeve,   wiih   Councillors   Cliff
and  Rumble  were  appointed   as   rep-
entatives     to  a   conference     with
Vancouver city  and  North Vancouvi"'
re   Second   Narrow   bridge.
The council adjourned till Saturday
Illl ������   1,  at   2:30 pay  day.)
WANTED
want
scriptlon; willing; has good references. Apply Tyrone, Daily News
office.
"Milliner'
ster.
Box
Ni w   Westmin-
LOST
-B
���tween   Sixth     avenue
and
Clarkson   street  on   Sixth
street,  a
gold
h:
a   pin,   mounted
with
Cor-
nell
sea
1.    Finder kindly
retu
ai  u
Daily
N
ews Office.
wanted -By an old established Insurance company an agent in New j
Westminster. Splendid contract lo
right man. Apply Room 24 McKin-
non Block, Vancouver. Home Life
Association. odll6
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively in timber. Have large and small
tracts on water. If you wish to
buy or sell, see me. !_. II. Chandler,
407  Hastings St., Vancouver, U.C.
FOR SALE���A small islana containing
about 15 acres, close to New Westminster city. Can be used for a mill
site. For particulars apply to
Gunderson & Aune's groc*: ry.
Voung lady milliner, at pri nl hold-1
ing  position  as head  and   manager,
in large eastern departmental store,
and   visiting millinery    centers    Of
east and States twice yearly, seeks l
similar position on the coast. Apply!
Press for a few hundred Doelgers or
Circulars���Silent canvassers that
reach where the merchant cannot
go. A transient customer tejebiy, a
permanent one tomorrow. All classes Job Printing. ARROW PRESS,
Room  I. Daily News Block.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches  from  $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition,    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
WHERE TO DIINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All Night
�������� 0 . ********************** ���* ************************
GREAT
SAMPLE
purniture
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45.000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
ear on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,   Manager.
Bank of Montreal
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
ESTABLISHED 1817.
EMPRESSES
J
.$1..)00,_0U.00
$11,000,000.00
CAPITAL	
RESERVE  	
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   In   London,  England,
New y,m;. Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
eral Banking  Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents in all ..arts of the
Worl.I.
Savinos Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interesl allowed al 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate!  added
four times a year. �����������_�����������*
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
EW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
J8.000  (EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN \ 14,500
H. Poivcr i EMPRESS OF IRELAND i      TON.
Next sailing from Quebec, Maj 31st,
for other dates and particulars of re-
ductons in fares, apply to
Agent  for
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
ill Atlantic S.S. companici
Nl
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
'COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
I?ml  ' UXURY.     It   is   lighted   with
".'I' electricity   and   gas;, the   most,
I MilliaiUly   illuminated   train   in   thej
?r' The equipment consists of
?IIVatt   "-ompartment   cars,   standard
1 b��tinn sleepers, luxurious dining
c,r- 'eclining chair cars (seats free),
jjjod.rn  day   coaches   and  buffet,   li-
'..* and smoking cars.
, '''   Time Tables,  Eolders, or any
"r,,1|r information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7^0 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B,  E.  WALKER, President. ALEX.  LAIRD,  General  Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
BANKING
iacted by in i
BY   MAIL
,.     .,     :,-.     .���   m : . ���  :o all   with   anv   branch   of  the   Hank.
opened, and deposits made or withdrawn by mail,    Every
nttentic ," out-of-town accoun ts,
NKW WICSTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between ali
points east, west and south to Ross
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R
_ N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
idian Pacit'ic Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
*tage f'aily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains betweei
Spokane   and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    tc
IOOI.
Leave             Day Train Arriv*
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.
NOW ON
j	
��� We will inaugurate on a broader scale than ever
��� before, a Furniture Sale that will mark a new era in
��� the furniture trade of New Westminster, a sale in
��� which every sample on the show room floors will be
��� reduced to such prices as will speedily clear them out. |
��� Some articles, of course, will be more reduced than ���
��� others,   according  to  style,   finish,   condition   of ���
��� article, etc. X
X A glance at some of the following specials will X
X soon convince you that what we advertise we mean X
��� to do and live up to: |
��� DINING   ROOM   CHAIRS f
X either in solid or leather seats, 1 arm chair and 5 or- ���
��� dinary chairs to each set. %
X $17.00 Sets for $15.75 !
��� 18.50 Sets for  16.25- t
X 27.00 Sets for  23.7' X
X 40.00 Sets for  34.00 t
X KITCHEN   CHAIRS 1
��� with solid or impervious seats, all in hardwood. *
��� Regular   75c for  59c *
X Regular   SOc for  68c ���
X Regular $1.25 for  98c
I SIDEBOARDS #
X in  Imperial Oak, Elm, Golden Oak, and Quartered
| Oak. all fitted with large British Bevel Plate Mirrors.
| Regular $20.00 Sideboard for $17.90
Regular  30.00 Sideboard for  26.50 ;
Regular  33.00 Sideboard for  28.50 J
Regular   55.00 Sideboard for  48.00 X
X
X There will also be included in this Great Sample Sale ���
the following articles at equally reduced prices: t
Dressers ancl Stands, Metal Bedsteads, Extension Tables, Mall
Racks, China Cabinets, Cheffon-
iers, Rockers,   Porch Chairs  and
Rockers,  Centre  Tables,  &c_
_________________________________________.__M_____^___^_^___^���^_^____^__ *.
__ ^
This Sale will prove an exceptional opportunity .
to House" Furnishers,    and  commenced Tuesday, v
May 28th, at
I Lee's Furniture Emporium t
': Phone 73 Dupont Block, New Westminster ���
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il
*
WEDNESDAY
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shiiig   Company   Limited,   at   their
office.-;,    corner   of   Sixth   anel    Front
Btreets, New Westminster, Ii. (.'.
A.  Paige Manag
In the Kitchen���use WINDSOR SALT. It is a serious
mistake to use common salt. Use
the fine, pure Windsor.
er
1C0
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,    10
thai   gentleman  had been courteousl
received by the Colonial Secretary, is
very   amusing.     Whal   on   earth   did
cents jeer line (nonpareil), 12 lines ._ , ^^^ ______________���______���
the inch. Five cents per line for the organs expect? Mr. McBrlde
Subsequent insertions. vvenl  to London duly certified as pre-
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 mier ���,- thls provjnce ;in'd hls court.
cents   i:er  line, brevier or nonpareil, ., .
10 (ents per line. t,olls reception was a simple matter Ol
For   time   contracts,   special    posi-  course,
tions. apply to advertising manager. _. ���
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or.. ���       ,., ���        ���   .
deaths,   50c.     Wants,   for  -sales,   lost     V,     "" , C?P��"        ,
or found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent Ti,n" Wlls' a|l,"K '" tlR> ear,y fortle8
per word. No advertisement taken aD(1 the early fifties of the last century,
for less than 25 cents. that  from  the  wilds  of  Morgan  an.l
v���--���-~���,^^.������~~^~-.^-^^,^.-���~^   Brown counties  hunters  would  bring
TELEPHONES. I venison   to  market   and   sell   it  much
Day  Office    A22   lower than perk was sold iu that day.
Night Office  . B22   Polli  '"'',!;J preferred   by  the  Hoosler
, then to the red deer of the woods.   It
was in that time Unit an entire wild
turkey, full grown, would sell at a
price far below the present appraisement of a scrawny spring chicken, an.l
a dozen quail could be bought for l.-ss
money than it uow takes to buy a
dozen   links  of  sausage'   neither   was
A CHEAP HOUSE
Comfortable 5-room Dwelling- on large corner lot, good position, close to Vancouver
car line.
Price  $1400 (terms)
TO    RENT
Two 5-room Residences,  good gardens,
two blocks from car.
Each $12   per month
>'���'  M'V '-.
WEDNESDAY, MAY, 29. 1907.
BELATED  CONFESSION.     I
ih*'   Daily  News  has  been  "called   the quail  required to masquerade as
"short    billed    snipe." ��� Indianapolis
News.
Money to Loan
in large or small amounts, on terms and conditions
to suit borrower.
down" more than once for its temerity
in   publishing articles In   which    the, 	
sn called "financial policy" of Hi*. Mc- .���  .       ,zt   ,
R-i.i     .,,,  Loving   hlneliim
I nd    governmenl   was sharply  critl- My dog tried to bite me.   I liked the
'��� '       Whal   Is  more  important,  the dog, so I  kicked  him lovingly [u the
papers    supporting    the    government Jaw-    IIl' understood that argument.
have ���������������ii  unanimous in flouting thc My grocer tried to cheat me.   I liked
Liberal opposition   In   the   legislature thl' groeer'   " llil1 nnt kic'i 'liu' iu the
because of Its criticisms of   and ol�� jan' ln"   IJtol,d  hIm  lovi"^  "'���>t  '
lection. .,,  n���.    ���> ... *'0lM not deal wi,h Wm :l->>'>-    He
jections to, Hie said "financial policy." understood that argument
��ow   read   this  paragraph,  which  we My baby tried to slap me.    I liked
clip  from one of  the   most   rabid   of the bll,,.v. l,tU ' did not kick her in the
the .McBride organs:                                ' Jaw or  even cease  to  play  with  her
"We could hardly be worse off than ' klssed  her lovl��6l.v  on   her cheek.
�������   were   four   years aeo   _���!���.���     ,', She underst0(>d that argumeut.-Ind��
.Tie,.'   ,,f ..          ' pendent.
Bank of Commerce held  ������ the ,���.���_. 	
120 Acres
10 cleared, substantial house, orchard, 100 trees,
chicken houses and runs for 200 fowls, 5 miles
from town.
Only $25 per acre
For Reliable
Watches and Clocks
Come to me.    Written guar;
given with every purcha, .
Accurate timekeepers and handsome presents.
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., next B. C. E. ... Office
vince, through the government, and
threatened to slop supplies unless an
obnoxious  Assessment act  was swal-
le.v. e rl   'holUS   bolus.' "
A T.e.1  For  Ej-enigrlit,
An Interesting test for eyesight mtxf
be had by observing irs.i Major���tha
Great  Bear���on o   clear starlit night
The ore.n  ��-..c   n I Not every ��'"' ls aware that Miz:'r. the
w      '''s discussing commer-   second star In the constellation   is a
mliei_..I      Bt-  ... .. _ i   i ....
doubl*' star. To observe this doublet
demands good vision. Sum*' starry
night look up to the sky and see if
you can discern it. If you do see it,
you can resl content in the knowledge
''i;,:' n��<   PO��tical,  finance, if we may
make   s��ch   a   distinction;     b���,     jts
ZT������  ,hi"  the "policy" of the
Mt'U;"]-    government     was    simply
"leeeilenee   to   the   nrrtpvo       .��� ���'   , I, ~ ~\ --������ -    me uvwn
na��      ' -gnates, whiwere c^u," ^ *""��"' ���* ^^
'''        lrSe'   '"  see   thai   thei,-  own   in- ���e 0p,*����a> "Village Bl��cl_,mJtl,.��
terests  were  well looked after    That DlnK'hlllv1'- near Rugby, claims that
is exactly  what   the  Daily  \v��, h_c W1""''v is tbe orl?inal ''or-e wMch
asserted   and   has   hppn  I ,nspired   ,ho fam����s  verses on   -The
asserting                        "   C<'',S"n"1   for Vil,i"*"  Blacksmith."    It is  a  pietur-
Of course  i,   i "i"'""  ��Id  Place'  ';'"1   ' spreading
"lM   11   Is quite  possible  that chest-a^ tree" still  flourishes In fron'
old   proverb about   "an  in      f   ,.. of It.- London Strand
EIRE    INSURANCE
If your   house,   furniture  or other property ls nol  Insured,  give
ms a call.    We represent the following leading insurance companies:
HARTFORD  CO.,   (Incorporated         1310
CONNECTICUT CO.,   (Incorporated)       1350
leNS. CO.  OF  N. AMERiCA   (Incorporated)       1794
PHENIX    OF   BROOKLYN (Incorporated)      1333
These old reliable companies have paid dollar for dollar In every
great  fire since  their incorporation.
White, Shiles & Co.
260 Columbia Street.        New Westminster. B. C.
th
Ph.ine 85
may      pply  in this    Instance;    quit
pi obable, thai is, thai the saiel "hold
iiii"  m.m I   its results  have been    les
harmful to the province thai  a "po
Icy"  originating  with    the    McBride
mm.: ��� _ ition, and carried em! by them
withoul      dictation
would  have  'ieen.
yiZ:^Aj^*s^-^^s��,-ss3SK^
m
supervision,
WHEAT   PROSPECTS,
Brtis]   Col imbla    has    more���much
,. i an   a  sentimental  inter* il  In
the ]        erity of thi  praii le provinces.
���| he   more   prosp* rous   they   are,   the
irkei   tin re will be for many
��� .,-... [i ovince can  sup-
Tl ���  following summary of wheal
, i >���    p  espi ct������   a-  they  appear* -1    a
week o   ten days ago, will, therefore  ^
be H
'..���     ���  view  i"   discovering    whal
are   I ilts of the late spring, the
YVinuipe     Free Press, the mosl wide-   _.
l ;   pa er hi  i1 ������ west, ha ���  L2
i n le    m  investigation   ol    the    crop  jjj
(mm."    ns.    Reports    were    received  S
fron       i ne    hun Iretl    ri presentai lv*   ���$&
points  in  the   w- st, and, as  a ml     I
iii' Pres:    ri ports  on   the  croii  B
are   ai curate.    These   re- ' ^
i ori Icate that, I efore the mlddl*
nf JI    .  In   Manito ia,   Lo  per ci nl   ol
the wl    il   was  sown  and  in  Saskal
cl 10 pe     cent.    Xo growth wa
r* '  from   anj   point,   bu    ev
vmm .     lie j     und    imi-     ild to be In
exi   llenl   condition   for   i ��� ceh in^  thi
���-���'���  and   thai     th ire    is    niol tin
' no m      n lasl  until the flrsl  wee!   In
���' Wl ether or n il  the crop will
leaf dlui e dep* n b-   m   the   su
queni   weather.    The   wheal     growi
sa> -    m.m   ,:������   a   rule,   Ihe   hesl   ���     ���
com* s   from   se ed a ev n eai ly  in   Mai
and  b*   May 20th  the  mosl    of   tin
win ui   will   be  sown.    The wind   h
been   steadily   in   the   northwesl   roi
six  weeks and  Is preventing growth,
At present  the sun Is shining fifteen
l" n s  oul   of  the  twentj -four and  ii
i he m.    ' Vi ould move south and staj
there 11  Is pointed oul   thai   In spl
of thi   ��� ���! I April all will yel  be wel
Bul   o    com ce, the  wind     will    bI i\
northwesl as long as 11 pleases,
Howling  wind   and    driving    snow
from the greal  lakes to the Atlantic,
while  here,  well   to  the  north,  doon
niii win-lows stand open to admit thi
siiiiiiiii:' breeze, an I  the bee and ih
hunj nil -.   bir I     sip   nectar    fn m
wealth of bloom.    Come west, youn
mi im i ome west!
. ACREAGE
A firsl c'ass farm In Chiiliwack Distrl t,   close   ��� ,
Price  $75  per  acre;   L-2  cash.
101 '"',vs "" '"i" river, close to the Fraser, with
klnd8'aI1  C'eared'  al '   55  ���  1"   crop, price $7500,  ���      /.'.v^
20 '":"' ��n v- W. &  V. Ry., in Burnaby, only 3 mile
ed' sma11   ,rchard. 6-room  house, gocd learn, price $2100, I
"  es on main road on Lulu Island.cloa e to
'���ash. balance easy terms,
30  " res on Lulu Island, 300 yards   watei  fi .-..-    .
e".y.  Price $1500.  :,. a  cash   buyer.    to��fc.\ ���
Hale &  L
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.
P. O. Box 2681
$2000. I-'I
ane,
ohnstons
r?2___:^wo?rTri*ff��^^
Big
Ihoe Hou
s
New Weslminster
WE ARE
SHOWING
A GREAT
STOCK OE
SUMMER
SHOES.
Ladies.'
White Canvas Shoes
$1.7510 $2.150
���   ���>
<>   ��  ��
i
."HOME SWEET HOME'
m
���
LADIES!
See our Am-1 ?
erican make I
h *
of Canvas
Shoes.
Colors:  I	
white, blue, |
pink, brown i ^
Can be cleaned.
With dressing to
match.
^Ma__..*_..a_tJS ?j*��^i_a______3iafl2��^-.v^7_E-:   .     v-_-zs.'
WHEN the wife   tired of sewing mi I  easy
bj   use of  the  Singer Sewing   '
bought at .(. H. TODD'S   wants I   entertain her husband, she brings out the
V
.i
I     ���
chooses  the  solectii
prepares   to spend i
he  enjoys,
pleasant ev*
OVER iU'OO RECORD. Ifl CHOOSE HI
NEW VESH
The cbanl of trlumphanl jubil n -u,
indulge 1 in by some of the McBrl le
organs  on   receipt   of the  news  that
"TAYLOR-MADE"
The new American Shoe for
men $5.00, $5.50, SO. 00
WE SELL
UNION MADE SH!
NONE BETTER THAN
MUSIC iiO!'?"
*-      ���'    r��� inniM���    ���,..        	
m*^**0^
���Qo.rts..^
|W0ilKtP3 ijhion
WE ARE
Special agents
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nST^yT^^WBBMMH^
fhe Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture is to be s��
Our clearance Bale ia still e.n.   Over $15,000 si ��ck still I ��� -'<>���
NewS ,B aiTiving daily.   I. ,1 styles and besl finbhp ��� I
W. E. FALES,    j
FUHMrilRC   EMPORIUM !*
|  ,j   7!5 and 713 Columbia St.     Four Floors.      Roar Extension, Front s��.J
} ,ESDAY. MAY 29.  1907.
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
THE
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CASH STORE! .cttynews
������:::-;:���������::
��� ���
if.
���   ���     nI  Pot   Plants.     Rin
Ist    'Phone A184.
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'���-��� m  isi-    asl   luarter ol   section   24,  township
less yes-   _6,   N'ew   Westmin.-;.:-    district,    and
will be used for domestic and milling
eses  em  the  same quarter    sec-
ti en.
\He WhorKeeps Off the Ice
Will Not Slip Through.
So it may safely be prophesied t;-at there will be no accidents
j:' lisfits, or breaks in materials, or crumbling buttons of any of
[the garments   bought  this   summer at the Cash  Store.
lit realize that a little leal w sink a great ship and that one
|p::' garment  sent  oui   broadcast might undrmine the foundation    of
ty, reputation  that  we've  several   years   been  acquiring.
I : ��� ie  Bolero   Suits,   11 Imi ������ I       enihrold* '-mm
sizes 1-1   16, 18      $3.50
.. hite Pique Coats, foi i i G, $1.50, $2.00 up
    $4.50
��� m ���   White  Dresses, ol  Lawi    Org nd  Mull  an .   B tlste,
:       h rows eef ral 1 ii     : lion     73c   $1.2:   $2 Ofl
    $8.50
Wash   Skirl     I Pique     '..:���   i     0    ind      Lawn
evitb .'iii'ii oldery ini nines -      Made
i  effectB,   $1.25   to   $6.50
in ������ nf Women's   .           I   Suits    in   Tee e    ',   V 'o ste I >,
���    iring   a1     $12.50
��� xcellenl   tin e I ���
.   In stoc the . ���
iods,
ii: llllants,   ! ilnt)
ii
with all  kinds
.   rying  from 24 I
���   Lawns, In widths
15i .  20* . 25c,  ; i
.* as and  * li gan
i f stj lish g u
:       ������������     Childr*
��� ���.'-    fresh s ippli* s have
riall;     ai   ens
io ins    in  the
.I       35c
lots
.���:... .50c
a . I daintily
    35c
:  -.    Suitabl
-  ���.. in   .      ��� ' .      19c,     50 ���
    COc
���   i  ,15c
���',
TH. SMITH
267-271   COLUMBIA  ST.     1
NEW WESTMINSTER
I
>'���������'      ; ,:s__f_t_.aT__'^i'a_fim"''.i��3iii''.. ii r.____a_ss^^-'S^_Ef?_3^_(f_
iffe Have the Goods."
20 half-acre blocks on the Westminster road at Royal Oak. Can
sell you one, or the bunch, at
$150
per   lot.     Adjoining  property j
! Ming at $400 per acre. ;
WcLEOD, MARK
I 'he Farm Land Specialists* "
&  ���0-
New  Westminster
'-  ���   VV   ������   S- - litt, of this
��� ��� -'��� : day     trom
���  ���   the ���     '.i iv ie
time.
���   -  '.   who  ; Icke 1   up  a
: nd St   George's
Mrs,  T.   D.
'���: dtf.
.. Turner    were
:        ests ������ ich by
C Id yesl norn
��� e.i.j  on  the   sid -
-   '    ���      in I !������ ebles of this
l to dissolve partner.
isii   ss  will  from hence-
e  coi    icted P    Peebles
��� in*   - ��� ��� m::.������: -  of the  Dolly
���'    len wi        [ughi   ���-, the Pitt river
"���   i    ������������ by YV. T. Cooksley ai rl fish   were    all
���'���--���         -    aii -���    tipping
���   '      '    ev*     five  pounds.
Fo       ���      ��� . mts       especially
Asters, tei* ne T Davies & Son.
B  208.
irti* - inte ��� -��� In the formation e.f a Kennel club in this city are
lequested i itten I t mei 'ing which
will be held Friday evening at eight
��� I I* k, in the I M.c.j of tra le rooms,
foi Ui.' purpose of discussing sum
J. Stewart, mm.mm of the N'orrls and
Rowe circus,  was  in :be city yester-
niaking arrangements in connec-
��� ��� * ith ���,.    suply of provisi ins and
��� ������ l for tl e personel and animals.
The.  bill   posters  will  arrive  here  to
ti   thi  I  mm mums on Friday, and
will s; end a   laj here 1 ef ire proceed-
- ��� Vancouver.
The social club of the Pi. Paul's
Reformed Episcopal church will hold
i concert nexl Friday evening, commencing at eight o'clock. A charming program has bei n prepai e I, consisting of read - - - 10th vocal
nnd instrumental, and recitations. ,\
��� ���-��� <������ ��� e li time Is predicte 1. The
sum rn" twenty-five cents admission
will be ch irg   II n a lults, nnd fl
��� ���      for ('iiii Iren.
i iver  fifty  mem iers  of  the    Wesl
End   Methodisi   church   met    at    the
1 ime of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gaudin ins'
���   to  mm Icome  the  Rev.  Mr.  and
i]. ��� \fagee on their return to N'ew
Wes tmln -������ . Sever I a I Iresses of
welcome were read by the members
of the official board, which were suit-
,   m   r, .\\,..\ ���,   ',y the Rev. Mr. Magee
. llowing which a most interesting
an i enjoj able program, consisting i :
mush nl selections, wa i  render* I,
A   large quantity  of  city   water  is
ei in.e  m lowed to  run   t'i  waste  dally
by  househol lers   who  fail   tn complj
v itie   Ihe   eivii   regulations   regarding
thi   v aterlng of lawns.    Several < ases
I   ,.   ix en n :    led  n iei e I he garden
m   rl Ing  ovei tim*   : ���
���-  ni   a  time,  mmm  n   warnl; will
i   Isi ed to l     ���������    arties.no-
lil  |i      them   lhal   this     wns;.'   must
Tl     w ater In the reservoir is
. ���  ���      ���     ecreaslng s lightly.
.'.ii efforl Is helng ni tde by .1. !'.
Hampton Bole lo secure bail bond; to
lhe e v nl dI $5,00 i i n be half of his
((lent, Norman M ' iolm, �� ho Is awal' -
lng  trial  al   the n xl   assizes    on    p.
 (    ; ������     i    ro ber; ���    The i r-
ler mm in : Ju Ige  Bole   is  to  the
that  tin   pri .!-.������: bond lilnis   M
t0  the exte nl   of $5,000    and  furnish
two s curltii s of  ..." sach.      r i
iiii   yi ster bo.    afternoon,     M ilcolm's
1 not heen abl* i.i am
ne willing to take i fiances on acl -
Ins ns sei urlty.
Fire Chief Watson yesterday lost a !
bunch of  keys,  including all  tht>  fire :
alarm   keys  of  the  city  and  several I
private  keys  on  the  same ring.    The
chief's name anel address wns attached to the  bunch    of keys, and    the
ftder will be conferring a great  favor ;
"ii Mr. Watson by returning the lock;
openers   al   the  earliest   opportunity.;
An enjoyable social time was spent
al the home of \Y. E. Banton last
night, when Mr, Banton's Baptist
Sunday school class entertained the
ladies Sunday school class. Music
and i-e freshments were indulged in,
and a most delightful evening was
passed by the classes, as well as several other members of the Olivet
B      :-e;   church   who   were  present.
The legal baseball team which will
; I.m the Vancouver law expounders
was hard at work yesterday evening
practicing fancy curves, base slides
and some spectacular hatting. Some
well founded rumors have reached the
local men lure of the prodiguous
��� iwi vs of the Vancouver faction and
the local men intend to get in some
hard practice that will make the Terminal city bunch do some tall hustl-
I Ing to carry off the honors.
Trouble seems to he right In the
way of the shi]) Schwarzenbek. What
with trying to collect demurrage
charges, difficulty In obtaining a
crew, and being suspected of shang-
haing Mr. Knutson, it would appear
that the captain's cup of trouble was
pretty nearly full. The' climax was
reached yesterday, when the anchor
chain parted and the vessel start"!
to drift towards the city. Had it ne*t
been for the promptness of the crew
getting out the port hover anil obtaining good holding ground, another
unpleasant incident might have been
m : led to the list. Several tugs drag- .
ged for the anchor yesterday afternoon and evening without succi <s
The vessel expects to leave this
ing under the guidance' of Capt.
Rogers who will pilot her as far as
the mouth of the river, where he will
:e   taken  off by  ihe- Dominion    gov-
ni enl cruiser Georgia, which Is
now Ij Ing at Vancouver,
A Few of the CRUMBS From
Our Feast of Bargains....
Extra  super-union INGRAIN CARPET,   36  Inches   wid*     reversible
ii.     M��� ii 11  shades of red. green and tan;   bright, clean,  new
goods;  reg ilar price 75c ; er j ard   43;
One-r    :..  1 ngths or  INGRAIN CARPETS,  combining       Lh
wools and union;  worth up to $1.25 per yard;  clear 60c
JAPANESE   MATTING;   jolntless;  36 inch;    in red. green, bines
and natural straw color;   regular value 30c and 35c; special..83c
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT   BLOCK,
Phone 73
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.  C.
Just What You Want!
In Balbrlgp 3-Thread Maco, 50c ihe garment
In Balbrigp, Salmon Colored, 75c the garment
In Natural Merino, i s s 75c the garment
In Watson's Elastic Ribbed, $1 & $1.25 the garment
In Stanfield's " " $1.25 8 S2 the garment
In Penman's "     " \ >. $1.25 the garment
SLLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
I
Piano   Recital.
Prank   Roland   Aristen  will   deliver
his   il mmi imm ital in St. Patrick's hall
ton oi i ow   evening,   assisted   bj   Mi -
Gertt tide  VV* art, tho well  known  and
I  so  .. no   sin? r of  ihis city
, ss V   Hall, an ither talented musl  ���
ians, will  favor with  the accompan!-
:   i   throii .hoiit.
Part  I.
��� . ethoven    Sonata,   Op,   1".  Grave,
Allegro,   Mendelssohn���Spring
, dnet, consolation, hunting song,
Frank   Roland   Austen,   pianist;   Men-
m  -On   wins ���  ol   Lo\ e,   Cha l-
wi :.    Reqtt     . Miss Gertrude w e irt,
ano,   Miss  Villa  Hall, accompau-
Isl:      M rj ling     Marche     Grotesque,
S ie mm mm    N icturne,  Paganinl-Schu-
iiii.iin   Cai rice,    Plcherl    Etude     for
ihe-   Lefi   ll.inel   onlv.   M* ndelssohn
wm ddlng Mae!'.,   Prank  Roland  A is-
ten, pianist.
Part II.
drli      Snllor's  song,  Butterfly,  Al-
f, Polk song, Sonata, Op. 7 -a i
and llrd   movements,   Andante   Molto,
Alia Mi mi* i to, Prank Roland   Uisten,
��� mi il il      Si li ibei ���    Erl    King,    Miss
: le  Weart, soprano,  Miss    N'i!1 ,
ai . om ��� nisi:   i.is.''    ilungarinn
���     m N     S, Prank Roland Aus-
: in, ; laillst.
X.   li.   A   Bllver  collection   will   be
��� mm a al ;he concert hall door te> do-
1 ���     the  expenses  of the concert,
The piano used is kindly loaned bj
,i. n. Todd, Mew  Westminster,
I
wm ��He_______v����____a__v��iisM_n____i mmm
..Acreage in the City..}
16 acres for $4500; part cash, easy terms.
8 acres for $5250; will take offer for this.'
11 acres for $3500; part cash, easy terms.
3i acres for $3500; pari cash, easy terms.
li acres in East End; a  particular snap
for $650 cash
P. Peebles
270 Columbia St.      NEW WEST. liNSTER, B. C.      Phone 307 |
REFRIGERATORS
SCREEN DOORS
Our Refrigerators have perfect air spaces
surrounding the entire refrigerator.
We have Zinc and Enameled Lined Inside
Screen   Doors and  Windows.
Curtain Stretchers of different kinds.
Call  and  see  us.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Y2 Tf
_L 1 <J ���
See Chamberlin's window display
of Necklets, in COLD, SILVER.
GOLD-PLATED    and    PEARL.
V baseball    n ne 1, is hoi n ai ranged
1     oi-.M.- io** Look!   Look!!   Look!!!
letween the S ii i erton juniors and I i ���
Public school bo s . The firsl  ball Is 	
I,, be pitched at half pasl six ihi i
, renlug, an i the hoys slated to appear on 111" scene arc: Public silue.il
,., k. McKenzie; p, 3. Gifford; Lb W.
Archlbal I; 2b W. Innes; 3b P. Cotton; 9s. w. Patchell; rf. ll. Sohaalte;
cf. C. Armstrong; If, ll. Heaton. Bap-
ti u c. O. Atldnson; p. \V. CoUttS)
lb,   II.  Walmsley;   21).   A.   Hnsesll;   8b,
O.   Atkinson;    ss.   N.   Oouleon;    rf,
youghlonders;    rf. o.  House;   If.  R,
l '.elllson.
Limited
\t :   .,-,    -,-^fl ,,   _ ...fl-'.-v,  Tho iev>3ler
W.Co Chamberlin ��n ���
'������ :^l_____c,_
A GENT fl 1 MIL TO.\   H A TCh |
\ water record   ror   fifty   miners'
inches  was granted  yesterday  to .1.
��� ��� i,   ".":   vmu r win i.e taken from
, ream i tuning through the n irtft-
JUST ON THE MARKET.
JUST ON THE MARKET
Vancouver      manufacturer     need"
good men to represent the very iM'rs;
novelty.   Agents coining money.   G91
I wise,    siiiit    working    for   yen'   ':
Everybody buys on e!:,iit. I'roiiM,
. one hundred per   ci nt.    Don'l    w is ���
time asking to 'llsh    qui   Iob i,    nut
send one doll
America,
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
...- [ ���
The hmk Company,
Space s. : . v.-i i
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
REAL   ESTATE   TAX  BY-LAW,   1307.
SUBDIVISION of Lot 46, Block VI., comprising some of the finest residential sites in the city, is now offered for sale exclusively by us    lhi.i magnificent property is situated on the corners of 4th Ave., 1st St. (iacmg
Queen's Park) and Emory St., comprising in all ten 33x120 foot lots lacing on
  ,,_. 1st St. at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing 4th Ave. and 1st.St..held at
>����: ,, .,  . $1000);  2 lots on 4th Ave., 42ixl20, at $600 per lot;  4 lots, 52_x85, $450;
        '       '���" Call at our office on Front St. and inspect plans.
WEDNE,0AV
_ <*i iei
_!_"��S,M���.
A l.y-law to fix the rale and provide
for the collection of taxes on t' e
assessable property in the city of
New   Westminster for    the    year
1907.
The municipal  council of the  corporation of the city of New Westmin
ster enacts as  folio
1. There shall b.  d��_i/\_"_
collected, for th*.' year 1907, upon the 5 lOlS, $400.
assessed value of all the rateable real
property In tbe ^aid city, as shown
cen the last revised assessment roll
thereof, a rate of 24 mills in the dollar, for the following purposes:
nn To provide for sinking fund
and Interest on debentures Issued by
the corporation, and outsanding, 17
mills and 96-100ths of a mill in the
dollar, less 10 und 33-100ths of a mill
received in genera] revenue.
dn To provide for the payment
of charges for school purposes, iti
mills and 2S-100ths of a mill in the
dollar, less 4 mills and 89-100ths < t
n mill received from education department.
(e) To provide a general revenue
for the use of the corporation fen- ih ���
year 1907, i mills and 98-100ths of
a mill in the dollar:
2. I.very person who is assessed
on the revised assessment roll for the
curreni year shall cause to be paid
to the collector of the said city, ji;
bis office, city hall, the ful
of the luxes  for which  he or she is
W^!::^- m
Columbia
SfijJ
BJacklni
Btreel
wtuteslde, ji i   ,.',t0"��iu_
V.
e��niiin
 1   ' *���" rating
Cana
ins,
offlce
loan.
J. P.  HAMPToN E
-i Indian   Bank
orol the . .   .������  ,���
���OLE,
iourt,'(
C mbia "Dler��bi
New vv,  ��� , .::'|l,;;^ "
i   er.
$3,500. subject to 10 months
lease. .Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avenue.
Splendid location, now rented for
$30.00 per month; lease can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
good paying investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
Four houses to rent. One on 12th
street; one on Fourth avenue; one
on Agnes street; one on 13th street.
Apply at once.
One let No. 12 on Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street, $1,050,
for  sale exclusively.
Lots "l  and  22,  Sub. of I.e.is 8 emel  ] l
In   Block  13;  corner of  Durham and
.-';., lull sized lots
2-storey lie.use. 7 rooms, bath room upstairs; flush closet; good stable; on Agnes
_t.near Sth St.; .-ill modern Improvements.
Price $3,000, half cash, balance easy;   a
amount   really excellent bargain.
Sub.  21  Of  Lot  IC, Block XIII,  4-Room
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south
side Of 4th avenue. Price $200 cash.
7 lots Xos. Sl to SO and 95, 1*5 faces
on sth av* nue, next to Gunns ranch,
1 lots cleared without a stump; small
bouse, chicken house, 173 choice
chickens; horse and n'j-r: $1500 cash.
1 1-2 house. 6 rooms and flush
closet ten 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south siele; fruit trees. Price
$1900; l-J cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent Si/.e of lot 55x166.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Qmen's 17 lots, full size, 6th St., Burnaby,
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's east side, 100 yards from Cliff ('an
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all cleared; iahe Factory; soil good. Price only $1020,
alongside and back. Price $1,000; ������;.-,,, casj1| balance on easy terms.
half (ash. halance easy at 7 -,. 0 lots on Sth St. between
More exclusive   properties   just   listed   Gth  Ave. on  easl  side;   full  sizeel,  66x
with us for saie. 132; N0s. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for
Lot 5, opposite    Knox church, Sap- bothi h;l!f cash) balance easy.
%  bus in  comer of 5th  Ave', and
READ THIS.
Splendid Farm, 10 chains waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate, No. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. One
of the best bargains to be obtained
in the district. For exclusive sale.
Price $10,500; $3,500 cash, balance
in 6, 12 and 18 months at 6 per
cent.
Small house for sale, fac
ing- Agnes  and
Victoria,
west of 6th St.
$1,700.
Water  and   gas
connec-
tions.   Terms.
Small house, Victoria St.,
6 rooms. Water.
MAHT1N, WEART _  ..
���      barrl_tersEXifor?��
flees:    New \v__i,   .   .    ' etc-    1
A Bunch of LOTS
11   and   15 of   I  of 6    of
flees:    New We, .,  .,..'-
corner Clarkso, L;^M
Vancouver, rooi,. 1 ,, .:,   y'x
ville street.     I , . , _      ' Ui-_.
Bourne.   Mr. M " .^V
Westminst,,,-  ofl   , .  .', . ft ��1
ternoon ��� '%
HOWAY, REI1 :��� BOWES ���
ters, soli,mmm.. ������,. 4.;D|
street, opposite ���
Westminster,
241.
Hon��i
' '��� !J).
rated under this by-law, together with   l"t   of    fruit  tr<>*
,,. . ... .        ... bum.    Price'   .mih
all   arrears   (if  any)     within    thirty
days after demand has heen made lor j
the same, and any person who refuses or neglects to pay such tax"?
within the time hereby limited shall
be subject to the provisions of the
"New   Westminster  Act,"   1888,    and
House; hut and cold wute'r; Hush closet:   cash, balance 0 months at
'.  perton, east side Columbia Street  on
car line,    $300 cash.
3 lots south side of Sixth Avenue:   ';<>> St., S.-W, corner; cleared.    Prici
verv light clearing;  60x11
Sub. Block 10.    $1050 cash.
4 lots on Fifth Street, 11, 12, 13, 14,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13.     $350 each, half
I.m
(cleared.)   Price $500; fen- the two, l-'2
Sth and cash, balance 6 months al 7 per cenl
Loi  11 un Sherbrook Btreel of 11 of
;;  cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at  7 per cent.
Lots  16,  17 an.l 20 of 11  of 3. Pi Ice
$500 for thre,' or $175 each;  1-2 cash
per cent.
MAR1
GEORGE E.
Solicit,er,  Ci '        ... , ,:\
bia and McKenz 1 ������, "J
minster, li. C, '"*
chicken   bouse   and
terms  $41.10 cash, bal-
nce 2 anil C. months at 7 per cent. Hamilton St.  flrst  liouse- off tith St
7th and  .th Avenues.
2-storey House, 7 rooms, with all modern Improvements; size of ground lOOx
1<2; second lot from 6th St. on 4th Ave.
on south side, 100 feet on avenue. 14 2.
Lane on both siele.. Price $3,200; .1,00.
cash, balance on time at 7 per cent.
N.-E. Mi of Sub. 19, Township 10: some
timber.    Price-  .If, per acre ; terms $ 1. * 11' 0
amending  acts,   with   respect   to   the 1 ca_h, balance easy.
collection   of   taxes. S.-W.  Sub. Township  13;  some timber;
railway   runs  alongside;     old   5-acr,'  or-
lierehy author- .'hard.    Price $15 per acre; terms $1,000   with clover, rec]
��� cash, balance In three equal payments.        q-
_ houses corner of Merrival and
Agnes; ful! sized lot; city block 31,
between lot 11; one bouse rents for $25, the
oilier $lii; (lush closets and all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 and IS
months at 7 ';.
411 acres H section 14, N. V_ of E ._
of Tn. 2, about :i miles from bridge off
llaworth   road,  Surrey;    house  18x26,
feet on $1200; half cash, balance In G months halance tl months a
at 7 per cent. 	
i.j. acre between    Queen's  .mei 3rd     28  acres  on    Mara  road, Burnaby
Ave, on west side df 10th; No, ."1 anil $160 an
6, Block 4S;  132x165 feet; all cleared  ONLY,
and  fenced.   Price  $1050;  $550 cash,
balance in ti months.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-
* ���!. $1,200, $800 cash
2 lots, No. 24 and 32, block 9, between Sixth avenue and Nanaimo St.,
acre    POR    \   FEW    DAYS
One-quarter cash,   balance'   1
and 2 years al 7 ';
2 lots, full sized, 132x132, corner of
the Crescent:  7-roomed house.   Prici
$10,500, 'j cash, balance 6, 12 and  18
months.
3.    The collector i
ized to  receive the taxes levied  under th
less
levied   on  any lot,  and to  allow  the
1]*> store-,- house, '���', rooms finished, another 3 can be added upstairs;  small  and   letween   14th   and   16th   stree
shack:   1%  acres  cleared and seeded   Price $425 for both, cash
fairly easily cleared.
!..  9  from  shi 11 ple   mill.      Price
Block 12 on 12th St., east side; 1"
full sized Lets. Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
,^c...   ���,c   l...^���   ,*,,__   u,i         ���   ,ota  B,ock   4|   Richmond   st    sapper- ��i 20_-      te-ms   half ,-,sh    1,-il.nce   1"
bis by-law in instalments of not  ton.   $45 per lot. ��� V_"   ^ii balance  1.
.,,.,   _���,  ���������,..������   ���f   4),���  ��.���������.      I acre clay, house on tram line near montn.   at  ,    _.
than   one-quartei   of  the taxes \,        Btat,            t]y deared. fenced , fllll sfze(1 lo( on St Patrick-S Sm.
Block 7. Lol 6, 2 subdivisions run-
n ng from 5th to 6th St., 4th and 5th
pa
across front facing tram line.
Ave.:   one  lot   on train   line.
on* : price $1,500 for the tw<
$800  fo
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
Hous
toreys
A   Cheap  Property.
6 rogms,   flush closet,    IV4
on  Fourth Ave., on*' loi from
St.    on    south    side.    Price
$1900;.   half cash.    in.lance  at   7  per
Fruit trees; lot 55x165
$1000, north  side, between John McKenzie's
discounts  provided   for    in  clause    4 ! 3700 cash, balance arranged. and  Clover's house.    Price $475. half
hereof                                                           ���  cash, halance in ti months at 7 %.
' 4.'   A discount or reduction of one- \   8 - rOOITied     modem    resi- J*^* 'S^off I��ff<��j
sixth of the amount paid will he al-     clence Oil 4th Av. between balance at 7 <; per annum.
loved on all  taxes levied under this '   p.t           j   r-fi   qi           ,i Westerly 4. 11 of 63, Sub. Block ."..
by-law if the same he paid to the col-                           '*** "^., W1^" one 132x132 come;' 100 feet square;    two
lector on or before the first day   of     acre   of    land,   Containing jjg" S^Sh'taKcSta* a5u
August, 1907. 10 per cent, of the am- ;   frUit   trees,    Outbuildings, ",,,n<hs-
ount   paid,  if paid  on   or before thei     j.  i i        _>                           _��� 2 lots on Princess St,   No. 11 and
first   day   of  September   1907-   7 1 2     StaDJeS, C.C. J an exception- 12, between Gth and 7th Ave., two lots  Secon
Per cen. of the amount paid, 'if paid \   ally cheap bargain.     Price grujMSSi "sh" balance 6 mo"
on or before the first day of October,     $4,500. $2,500 cash, balance at I Zc\   No-12. cleared,   $315, half cent
li��07, and 5 per cent .of the amount.   " \           '       _         ' c:i!i!). balance 6 mos. at 7 %.
paid,  if paid  on  or  before the  _,__t     g 1 7*��� ^ ' Per cent.         | ^D^tojen^t^^th^
day  of November.  1907;   but no dis-      Cl acres Murphy Landing,    4 miles cash half and half in tl months at 79..
count  or   reduction   shall   he   allowed'above .Mission Junction.   Just  at the Rents for $10 each tenant.
on  arrears                                                landing of Murphy Landing, about the 160 S.E.  V. of Section 2C, Dist.  12,
-    ~,���. ".,  ,���             .      ,.   .        .     centre of lot; LT, acres cleared, under 11 acres.partly cleared; Kanaka creek  '''"'" :lil" Panir>.
^ ...    inis Mj-iavi may ne cited as the cultivation;   4-room  house,  barn  and running through; good road; one Mile ning hack to Ash St
"Real Estate Tax By-law, 1007."           stable;  about one acre orchard, hear- north   of   Webster's  corner:     Bhingle   $1,500 cash,  balance
Done  and   passed   in   open   council Mng fruit trees.   Price $1,350, on easy nii11 ''",| PO. at the west corner; tim-        -     ,,.        ,
terms (or $1,250 cash).    $22 per acre, h?" w'��'tl    '""
V2 cash, balance G and 12 months.
10 acres section 32, N.-E. corner of
X.-W. ]4, uncleared. Timber fir. ce-
lar. and alder; good soil; a mile from
Vale road; sandle road and new road.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and IGth St.
on ,Sth Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
TO   RENT.
I liens,   on     Krantford     streel, _30Uth
Bide  from  Oth   Btreet,  painted  white,
$15.00 per month in advance,
W. MYERS GRAY. _
and Notarj P
1891 al N* w  . ���
lie es removed to .   . .i
sen   street, i ,.,J
P.0   Box 169.    i   ���     De 64
WE.  II A NS1 ORD J
���    Solicitor, ' enl _f
e orner     Colum ���     :,; ^j
streets, New \\. ���   ii r
BOARD OF TRADE.-Vw ffe
ster  Hoard  of   i:    ���   ::,.���.������. ;j j
Hoard Room, Cil   Hall, as folio*
Second  Wedn*   lay ol each not
Cjaarte.ly  mi       ���     :. the
Wednesday    (,i     Febru
August and  Ni vember, at S p,j
Annual meetings   on   the _c
Wednesday    of    Februar.   N|
members    may   be   pi
elected at anj monthly or qiurtjj
meeting.   A. E, Wh ���", Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton.   Both rented
at $10 each.
One and one-half storej  bouse and
House 30x42, 4th    St., between 4th   full   size  lot,  situated  north Bide of
ami 5th Ave :    2 single and l double  Royal avenue and eon:,'; uf McKinnis
bedrooms    upstairs,    and   bath room  street; 9 rooms;  bath room, hot and
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kit-   cold   water, closet;   woodshed; youn.
ROYAL CITY PRECEPT0RY, .).<
K. B. K. of . meeu l_f
Friday    of    (    b    month, s:
p.  tn.,  In  <>i ���        11, co'w|
Royal avenue an    'tb Btreel
jonrning  Sir  Knlghl I
vlted to attend.   W, E. Diinlop,,
P.; J. Hoo :   R*
Fu
1 sized lot run-
Price $3,500;
i $.".oei per year
u em .Ish
fruil  trees;   sl re* i-  on  three
im"   view.    Price $1,800. $900
the 20th day of May. A. D., 1907.
W.  H.  KEARY,  .Mayor.
AV. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
(L.S.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tiie matter of the estate of Charles
Blair,  late  of New   Westminster. B.
C, deceased.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY GIVEN pursuant  to  the  "Revised    Statutes    of  & cash, balance In 6 months at .
British Columbia" 1897, Chapter 187,     24 acres in Sunbury; 6 chains water
thai   all  creditors and others having  front;     12 acres   cleared;    8-roomed
claims against the estate of the said ^".'T' i'"h and Plastered* wo��l1 ^ed,
.,,,.,���,,     ,,, ���       ���      ,.   , , chicken  barn and    fruit trees of all
Charles Blair, who died on or about |kinds. Price $3,000. Terms one-third
the 20th day of April 1907, are re- cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
quested on i r before the 22nd. (22)
day of June, 1907, to semi by post,
pre;,aid or deliver io the undersigned
solicitors ner Ro lerlc Sample and Dr,
Edwin J. Rothwell, i xecutors of the
!'IS'  "ill   and testament of the  i a ei
per acre; cedar and fir;
4  miles    from    Port    Haney.      Price      Six   and   one   half  acres,  one  acre
$2,100: terms $1,100 casi,, balance ar-  cleared  ready for planting; l 1-2 ac-
^lTacres land New Westminster.Lot   res |,a:!!y cleare<L    Hou8e' 5  n"""s'
5,  S.  Div. 34, Surrey;    .", miles from   14x24;   storey  and   half,  small  harn;
bridge.   Price $400;    $200 cash, bal-  chicken house; fruit trees and straw-
., lots corner of street between 8th unci- terms at 7  '.;    near the Turn-
iiiMl  9th  Ave. on  2nd  St., side of 2nd  ver cannery.
St., equal to one acre; partly .cleared. 1 room house, bath room, pantry;
$500, half cash. A splendid oppor- on llth St.. between Queen's and 3rd
tinity for investment. Avenue.
8 rooms, 2-storey house, bath room, 1 acre upper side of 4th Ave. and 2
water and light; full sized lot, 66x100 lots west of 6th St.; large house of 8
feet, situated 6th St. between Hh and rooms; electric light connections;
"uh Ave. on wes; side.      Price $2,300, shade  trees and  fruit orchard.    Price
$4,500:.   $2,500   cash,   balance   in   one
year at 7 %.
bearlj
sides;
cash.
One full sized lot, 2nd lot from corner, Mth street and 8th avenue, lot
66 Mill feet    $250 cash.
LOYAL   ORANGE  LODGE. NO.if
��� Meets   In  Orange ball i;: I
third Friday in ea, b month ita
m.    visit mu br* bren are cortof
'    invited to attend    W. Pope."-
James Humph i     R<   ���'^
ierry  plants;   $1,700, half cash;   bal-
-      In three months at 7 per o* nt,
This is ,i .alual le holding, and near
to the city,   all and bring this advertisement   with   you  for further   ; artl-
culars.
de eas* d their dui,Man and surname . ad Iresses and descriptions, the
i' ; iculars of th* h clal ns, th i state-
'���" nts of thi ir accounts and the na-
'    '      I ecuritles   ei;'  any)   .held
by the n.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that nfter BUch last mentlone l date
the said executors will proceed to d's-
trlbute th" a sets of the decease I
anion; ��� :" i artle entitled th* i to,
having  regard  only to the claims of
whi.
they shall   then have   notice,
and thai the said executors wil] not \
be liable for the said assets or any
j an thereof to any person or pers ns
of whose claims notice shall met have
been re* ,'ivi'ii by them al the time of
finch distribution.
Dated  this 22nd. day of May, 1007.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE,
Solicitors  for said    executors,    Trapp
Block, New  Westminster, H.  C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
i "flee 'Phone is.        Morn '^cone 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered   procpuy to   .ny
part of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Haulim
Office���TiMim  Depot
160 acres,
$40 per acre
miles  from city.
tue.
lots   On   18th   slreet,  berth and  Mh  avenues.
Corner of Hamilton street,
No ll and 12, Price $245, '_
cash, balance 6 months.
160 acres in Surrey; S \n of
N,'_. of see \i, tovinshlp 2. Log
liouse, 10x24, and chick* n coops,
small barn; 60 fruil trees; 12
acres cleared, l acres under
cultivation and 8 acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, V4 cash, balance in 12 months at ~'',.
l tull size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St, Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, 55..X166, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, halance terms
to suit.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
1 ��ne full sized lot, 66x132; _ storey
h* :-'���; 7 rooms; flush closet upstairs;
al! modern Improvements; new house:
$:,000. I-, cash. \a\ in 6 months al 7
I ��� ' i ent, Good sized stable and fruit
''' es, S* ond house from sth .street
west, ( n upper side.
'���" acre .- In sec. 32. Timher, fir, cedar ami alder. Good soil; good roads,
Apply for full  particulars.
Lots 17. IS, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
11feel e. . . sth avi nue; _ corner lots
-'": ! In le lots $200 * ach, Price
$950, cash,    Single lots at  rash.
Four and * ne half acres betwei n
���'-' -' nth and Eighth avenue; south
' ' ' '   treet.    Price $2,500.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located In a commmanding
ll tation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Twn and one half-storey
bouse. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, Hush i loset, lava-
tor; . electric llghl. nice lawn; lot
' xl32, with lane in rear; part of lot
sel out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, i,alance arranged.
I. o. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. NO.TJ
The regular mt ��� tings ' 'I
are held in O ' j
bia street, ev* i     ''��� n :������- *"K-\
at 8 o'clock,    v bretiifflfl
dially Invited ' attend S m;;
N. G.; C. S. Rii bn i I I V.G.lW.J
Coatham, R. S . J. VV. MacDot
F. 8.; Alex. A lams, Treas
2 lots,
(corner)
streets.
20, 21;  No. 20, $170; No. 21,
$175.    Durham  and  Second
near
on   Kean
half i ash,   balance one yeai
Lol     1 e a  Fifth a ,i'iiu.',  iaii  p. lo  cen*.
$300 cash. ',_ cleared;  size
_'_   stoiey   Lou.-,",   lu  roe ms,   eli
modern    Improvements;  lol    66x132;
lane- at back; part of lol set out with
fruit    tr -    and    nice    lawn.    Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and  12
months at 7 pi r *���< nt,
Snap in Lots.
Vacant, lots for salo in  all  part:' of   Da'. '' and 12 months at 7 per cent.
the city, from $25.00 to $3,t00 Count I    t   rooms    ami    woodshed'
Full sized lot in Sapperton, facing fSSj1 . i/''.,,.  'J'",::'!,1,'.'i: ^"sid^
Brunette  street.     Price $150 cash. practically  new;  papered;  sink  and  pnn-
$16
20   acre   blocks,    fruil
Junction, $20 per acre
House,    full    Sized    lo
street, Sapperton;   reals tor  $10  per
month.   Only $1,050.
House, 10 rooms, P- lots, near
Fourth avenue ami Seventh street,
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
I full ��� ized Lots between Seventh
avi nue and Hamilton sireet, easl of
Eighth Mreet; all cleared and fence I;
a large I arn on one of the lots, $1,500
A. O. U. VV.���FRASER LOCGE Nil
���Meetings the Brsi and thlwTf
dav In each month. ��'�������
brethren cordlall* Invited to��WL
Ix>d_e room, A. 0. 0. W. W, W
fellows' block. Clarkson Btr��jj
S. Corrigan, rc order; U>m�� ��>j
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE1!
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S|
Red Hose Degre* mceta >n'"H3
Fourth  Wedn "' ': h gi
In K. of P. Hall, Colum    �� .
8 p. m.. White Ro e i>'*"Y3
Wednesday   In   eac 11 j*** 3
time and  place.    VlslUni B��
cordially    invited     B :   y]
combe. Pres.. H  Dlsnev, secrw
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 40��j%
-Meets the  Fourth hn-l    ]\m
 ,.     ...     c      .', l,,,!.-     Ill   tl"   ".
at
month   at
8    (l'e.'!."'lM   i:1
���:.:'.]
Of   SUb   '.i
55 feet  by  132 feet,
House and three lots, coi n r :: I
Ave. and llth St.; 5-room house- an i
kitchen.    Price $1,500, one third  cash,
n-y.    Price  $1,000;   term ; $200 cash
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits  ninthly m : per cent, or rents aV'$ib per   pair south  side
month for one y, ar, '
House corner or 7lh St. and -Ith
Ave.; li rooms; 2 full sized lots, 66x
Pl2; orchard of apples, pears and
plums. Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, halance on time at 7 ','.
2   1"'-'  off  Cumberland
50 per lot.
$60   each
enquiry.
MG acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.     Acreage on Vancouver r0ad, corner
R, running   through.      $9,460, terms o.r Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acreage is selling fast, al this price.
easy,
lot.    Fuller  particulars on
Investigate.
7 Lots on Twelfth street, between
Queen's and Third avenue; we:o Bide
of car shop;    full size,    Price $3,500
cash.
10 acres North road, % of a mile
from city limits on Porl Moody; j
acres under cultivation; 7-roomed
bouse; fi-anie harn; chicken house,
barn 40x80; fenced and in good ->'���
Price $4,500, half
Sapperton.   CC8h' lial   ln ,; '""nibs at 7 per cent.
hall,  Oddfellow j
brethren are cordi uij " -    fM
tend.    .1.  B.  Rusl
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA,^
A.  O.   F
r e regular m ^
this Lodge are held "n    ,i;���ioii,1
and Fourth Tuesdays of g,HJ
at 8 P. m. i��,l!"" ;j cordi*
Visiting  Brethreni aw -
vlteel to attend,   i- l-
K. P. Maxwell, Sec.
.- lots corner of 10th and St. Andrew's
���between lih and Bth Av,.., wegt aide
Oth Sl.; all cleared. Price**.,, half
balance o months at 7 per cent;
i mii run through from Htreel to streel
;  '-  bargain. .^jp
cn��h,
THE ROYAL T6MPLAMiOjL
PERANCE meel everj fel,0,
at 8 o'clock p. m   '���
McQUARRIE  \&  CO.
in
Ili1"'   c<,h""|,iM IIaSrtvltedWil
Hrethren arc cordiallj a o %
tend, Geo. Burr, 3. Um
Sec.
Vis
R. BW"
80N3 OF SCOTLAND BEN      |
SOCIATION, LORDOF     ri],,9l
CAMP, 191.-M-" "''    .   ���,�����;  J
Third Tuesday of       ���  ^
Telephone    333
Real  Estate Brokers
FRONT   STREET
K.   of   P. Hall.
Chief; J. J. I',|,r"'
He*'.
Telephone    333
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
THE MORNING WER^^
PAPER FOR ADWEBTISEIfi _0S
��80
AY
MAY 29. 1907.
NOTICE,
���-
V GIVEN i
HE   DA TLY   NEW
Notici
I  nd to ap.      to   .
:
;.. i .....  to *  it    mi Mr- | 6
(rom   Hi'    following
.  Kits    igal ....
.' M        IK'S
i   planted     '      ���
r the  north west   land
m ���    preemption
.     :     ' ;..��.-      '!l   .'M Om
ains weal   ind   a
ovisions
Ri ��� ���      ,..
.1!
���    im.      i    o     :i      BSpi
M.I'!     II!
thi   "Lan    Registr*   Aci."
1
���     :  ":   -'������      mm  Village in  ,
,     ;,,,sl       plell.leel s
���.'..���  north-west
I  ������">""i  "'-. -
SO * halm �� si
. .���   ���- dn�� aa* and <0 n
point  ol  oommea.
rtn
Ciemir
:i   post   planted   ment
,   tl���.....       ,,, of the north-we-st cor- ���	
. ; ;���   .mption claim.        NO. *
if C.J ... , ���   8ft chains  eaat:l__   .._   ^, !  plant
I.. ������   ������
Ji.l.'M
ttni west .in,i 80
.         ,m...,....,.,..n,
-
I P '  'M';.'i"!i   '.,   n
V .-,,.-    li.ei chains east
in"1"'"...!-       160    chains  west;     4���    '  ���
north
. :,oiri ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
��� a   poat    planted  ,
���   .nSth-weal    ,i     ������
f . pre-emption claim,       Vl
160 d tlna I      	
..ems   weal ;    40 | ed in a ba     .    .
r
I thei  erth weal e   I
m , pre-* im; tl
���
dna wesl      10 I then
post    planted I easl
ie   north-w, st coi      :
pre-empt
I wesl
'
��� '
��� a    i- ial     ;
���   nortl   m
; e ���        ptl
SO chaii      ���     '
���     '     -
posl
north-west cor-
..
60   Cl    ���!!!-    ���   ' -'
I na weai     i   140
nl  "i   co nn
poal     planted
.��� the nortl    ������
. Pr, -emptlon
10 chaii
eli   , -    north      10
ns  south
ie ncement
a   poat     ; i   more or less, tt
ol   th,   south-west
s ���   26,   then l -
i   wesl .   40 cl
ial .    and  40 chains
��� enc* ment
Q       pOSl Pi MM' '1
No.  26,  then  running
' henw
-   ���
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
MMJ'! I)
������ egl   ������        Ice  B.
ai     hi      . nei     In     I ���������
���   Dee   trom
1    ""   1 ���.. u ������   o   ihe Oltj
���' ��� ttmlnstei        Alici   B. Mc
���" ������ '-in dati    a,    5th daj of
I      906 o al and Bingulai
  ' e   oi   brad   of  land
:       emlsei  Bltuati    ying  am   beini
'i"   ol   Ney   Westmlnstei    li
:"    ;' "vine*     ol   British     Columbia
mmm        known     and     de
e.     Subdivision 30  o   Lo f   i
m 'uai   Bloi.
|    eat i    -      ii  an   required to
11  "       In    claim    i     bi    ta���   pur-
Be    V    : ;,       m   ��� , ....    ���
[>]   iiii       u     i    this
'     v-is.  . ���hal   regi
v i" ���   . ere     li
hi ei hii
ir tl news
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>e  i        am !���'.;���<
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,C!SS.  40M^a__s��_or?h!theRre   12��   chains
ment i easl
- .-'-.::i :;������:' ,'���
. pn ��� mptlon claim,   chains north. 4 (rest, 1        i
of I
No. 21 .   .       ���       inted
m resl
:     ian villas*
ll
I
,llowa . 160 chains west;
i m  ins ���   -���      10
Ol   less
'  ii 'l iY,
:;   YANle.-l.T.,
-.   ndall
1."
h* -.      160 * hains
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JPSIS   CF   CANADIAN     HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
leserve i    n      160
at ol
���
W   ii   MOODT,
FRANK   VANDALL
rs
I       '       .prll Ctl    '    1
��� minion Lands w Ith
: l| in  British Colum
teaded bj  anj  pei
��� ��� he.ei of a family,
. ���;��� 18 years of   age, I -
;.���   iu rter   i e* i  m ol
���     01      ll'SS.
��� ma le pet sonall
e '     the    lis
a i is situate,
\ I si  Is required to pet
ms i onnecte i  thi re
il ��� li" following :   m
\ in 'in hs' r* -.'. nee
ration of   the land in
m ree 5 ears
er (or mother, if the
11, of the homestead
���. farm In the vl< Initj
���"���" !        itered for,   the ' require
lem e may he sal    led
son   residing   with   the
���    ��� ttler ha    111 man
ion farming land o\\ a
he vicinity of his h ime
���   re pilrements   as  to re ii
itisfled    bj    e
I land.
ce it, wi M mg should
the   Commissioner of I>o
al  Ottawa of intention
r       "in.
e pin cha -"l al $10
f: coal and $20 for an
nore than   320 acres
��� 1 by one Individual or
'   ilty ;u the rate of ten
il 2, 1 pounds shall be
he gross output.
W. w. CORY,
nf ihe Minister of the in
1- , '"r"'r'
NOTICE.
\'OTICl
date, we intei       1       ly to
H 1 ��������� mn    ss   ner    ��� 1
nd   Works    foi     .,    special
'������'���'     nd earn
.���'���'.'Mm    described
. the coasi  district:
I  head
B1   ���   1101
about 01      1 of Boo
on, thence north 10 eh.mis. west
SO 1 ha ns,  north  SO chains, east    10
sonth     i"    chains,    easl     I"
mtli    ifl    chains,    east    10
mmm    s mth   10  chains,    west     10
ns to 1 ninl of commencement.
'   M'LAUGHLIN   LUMBER   CO.,
LTD.
V en ver,  B. C, May '.'7.  1907.
.-    -
Regis
. .    Edmonds
b served wit!       si
hose cl    ning thi
m ���.-  .- ning  any
ie said li l ue of
gistere    insti     ���        and all
mil -   . : d  the
lescent s*   title Is
:'"���.-������        nder the 5  ms oi
Land   Regis shall   be
for*     ���   ��� -'    . ���    and irred  from
; .. respeel
the  s -     sold   fo:        ��� -
Land   Regtsii
NOTICE.
Take nol       that 1  - 1   te
inds 	
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.   ina
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I ma
No.  1     ost:    :
: _ S
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-
:"    -
M      .   S
I   ISI   -
-
���  -
I one south
5 No. 1    osl      Ihence
iins; the;      -   .     - -    liene*
east   S     chain nee   north   SO
west    I     1 hains   to
>oir.t of i nt
JAMES  Sh VRPE.
Stak   I   .prii 29, 191 7.
Tenders for License tc Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columh ;,
SEALED TENDERS addressed  10 ihe
Commissioner   0     . ton Inion    Lands,
Depart menl of 1 he Interlo   ai id mi -i
������    01   the envelope "Ten le    or ' 'In
her Berth No. 518 '   ���������      bi   received
a: ihis    Deparlmen   unti     12 0 clool
noon on Wednesda:    the 24 h daj   ol
July, 1907, tor a license to cul timbei
on Berth N'o.  518, comprising    lai It
������ tuate .ie the Province of British 1 0
ui   iia to t he wes   of Chehalls Creek
and descr be I as foil ���������
Timbei   Berth No   518,    comprising
hi m mui ol Section 29 lying north
Tlmbe   Bei I   281   and   bal portion
Se       ���:     M'      OUtSidl     T H b*       !1-      I
21 sal .   Bertl   I 80, in Townsh
'i   Rang*  '������    Vt esl ol th*  6th Vt* ridian;
he north hi       - -      easi
quarti Section
ai south-wes    quar 1 1    Section
half Seetioi
bal f Se Se
and those p       ..���       Sei
Bi      -  ' ���     261
M .
.  -..        30 Sei ... 4.
be
ter Sei 6, Se<    ms  7. S, the 1
���    Sec
he s     '   e   - Seel inn
.   . south
Section 11 erth ha south-eas
Section IS   th    -      h half and
S lb.    and
1   >:    Sections 1, 2,   the
as    ha .  Sei  ion   II    tnd Si cl -mi 12.
v -\         Time      Berths 272 and 302,
in T.    . -          Rang    '. Wesi of the
7th  M                 als      Sei   on   12, the
��� as    : a :  Se�� tion  I    and the south-
easl  quartei  Section 27. Township 5,
Range 2. Wesi of   thi      h Meridian,
containing an area ol   1    i2l    acres,
more or less
Th*    ��� rth musl    e si   ve* ed within
late         h*    .   Ic*
..-..;:
-ms  un ler  which  a 11-
issued,    also prin
.   ���: anl otm lo "m ma -   1 1
         s Depa   ment or al
he Crown Tim Vgenl  ai
\'es    sti     B. C.
Eai ac  >mpanied
m-m'm 1 pi _que on a chai tered
bank in   a I 1   Deputj   of the
nm
f thi -   ������ the i      iea
.... ���      ... ense
The hi ;hesi 0      '     - ider nol necessarily ace*   ted
No tendei '       e en-
PERLE.   ii   KEYES,
Se*  etarj
- ���   ������:.:��������� I ���  .
Ott mm .    ' _    1907.
Tenders for License tr Cut Timber on
Dc-ninion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Laic's in the Province
of British  Colum:
Se- led    Ten 1
m missione   0 I; u   nion Lai       De
parimeiet        hi 1  ������ ������'    and n
ien  iin- envelope ' Tender fo   Timb
He ,).   NO    ���      ���   will be receive'.   I       I
, leparl men    ui wk  noon on
Wednesdaj hi 24tl da 0 Julj. 1907,
for a license to cut timber on berth
No .".21 comprising lands situate in
the Province of British Columbia to
the Easi ol Chehalis Creek and Lake
and comprising 5 blocks, desc b 11
follows
Blocl   !.   -Comprising  1 hal     10
otftsidi   T ii bet  Berth No. 44, Block 1,
and Timl)*     Bi 'th 2! I  Bloi I   I   0   Se ���
tion  2", Township  I,  Range :'     '
thi   6th  Meridian
$250 Reward
Dese   ee      '   ���       h*     steame
Woodford   ���     hi     P ase
1, a Chinaman, a
58, five fee   nine 1   be   I
sallov  oompl  doi 1 ; I ���
stoop  in  should* -���  .m?
It       i- .-     |_       ��� een     ' 'h
e bi ������   re* ard * I     ������    ��� dd b;  1 h*
no   'he- ss   Woo    '
anyone giving Information '-an   1
iin    apprehension    0    thi
Chinaman.
of such  plainl In the Columbian and
Di       N'ews, two newspapers publish
ed in  the city of Not   Westmin,ter,
shall be deemed to 'ee good and bi
flel en I   service ol the summons  upon
vou
Yon b re required to enti
Containing an   _ot<   within  tei   days
area of 887 acres, more or less. .lv   ,,   May, lbb~.
Re Istrar.
 ^^^^HVe,
Block 2.���Bounded on the  wesl   bj   ����if'f' '-'��� Ne*  Westminster, and if yon
Chehi      Crei he e Timb     -'���   ;'..    ���. ei _    Buohdlsputei ot*
B*       298 Blocl     ' -      he e "      ; ��� ast you   and
a      ..   VMM-.      'oduc ti   ''''     '      ;  1 'oc, '"������"
Timbi     Bi        ���"���'     Blocl   '���"'���''
Timber B 2, Nn *e s'        '��� ���    ���
8 Blocl hi Dated tl of M
J. J.  CAMBRrDOB,
��� -
Blocl   ���     ��� 'ommencinf
east   ce - :    '   '   i
Block 2, thence n     h-eas
s to the   easterly boundarj
Bi   th 29J Bloi k 2, 2 mil*
b-west,       al     ghi  angles t,
cour-' iins    thei ci   soulh w* ������
1       al       hi angles to lasl ee u
miles to eastei Ij    boundai j    .      said
��� 98  Block 2;  Ihence south -easl
1       along   aid boundarj   to 1
beginning, excluding    therefrom   an?
IN THE COUNTY COURT Of- WESTMINSTER. HOLDEN AT NEW
WESTMINSTER.
To Thomas \\ ke 1     ' ime:
1 UCE NOTICE thai a plaim hai
enti re 1 and a summons issued
againsi von in the abov, Ce at C
hy the Yorkshire Guarantee * Securities Corporation, Limited, a body
corporate,   having   Its    head   offlc*     -
tho city ol   Huddersfleld, England, and
Portion cf   Timber Berth   308, which|Hcensed  to carry on business in the
and
Berth 302 Block 1.   5 chains   south-
easterlj   from   the  north-east   ce
thereof;   thence  so isti  lj   along
said easterly boun lar;      ��� ��� snore
or less, tei the   angle    In   said   easl
boundary bf Tin i er Berth I 32; ihence
5  Province of    British  Columbia,
���ea of 864 acres, more or less,        navlng  [t8    head offlee f01.   the Bftjd
Block j. -Commencing al a poinl proTlnee a1 ,hP dty 0f Vancouver,Tor
on ihe easterly boundary qf Timber |the s���m of $1369,89 ,,���. principal, interesi and laves due by yon fo 1he
saiel company, under and by virtue of
a certain Indenture of Mortgage da 1 e.i
the 25th day of Mav. 1893, whereby
in consideration of the sum of $7,00
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ad van cod io you hy the said company
north-easterly, ai right angles to last y0��� mortgaged to them the south-easl
course following the boundarj of said LUarter 0{ Section 9, Township 11,
Berth 302, 40 chains; thence north- x^w Westminster District, Province
''''''���' ^ A si course 80 of British Columbia, to secure the
chains, more or less, to correspond gald Bum 0f $5��90 and Interesi hereon
with length of flrsl con - then ft( 10 per cent per annum, and an or
south-westerly second <|er has been made ihai the publlca-
oonrse    40 chains, to    point, of com-|tlon of a noiice o�� the entr;   of 1 uch
plainl in the Columbian    ami    Dallv
  gCews.   Iwo   newspapers   piibl'ehed   in
1 I     Comm* m - 1   ���      on  the citj of v*1"- Westminster, shall ' .
the easte ; shore ol 1 hehal Lake deemed 10 be good and sufficient Ber-
50 chains southerly from northerly vice of the summons upon you,
end of said lake; then* southerlj You n:<, required lo enter a dispute
along ������ Id* iterlj shore of lake, 2.4 not,1 within ten days from the :!i^i
in direel distance, with a depth eiay of Mm. 190?, ai ihe Registrar's
of 67 chains on siiei easi shore, mea:-- offlce ai New Westminster, ami if you
ured al righl angles lo the general <.,-�� nol so entn- such dispute _ to
bearing of said easterlj shore of la ��� .ment  will be Blgned against yon
within the block, containing an area|and the plaintiff may proceed 10 fore
mencemen    contain i ������ i ���
acres, more or les.
Tenders   for   License   ".0   cut   Timber
on  Dominion  Lands In the Province of 3ntis7, Columbia,
Sectl ni -
31, an I  the    ' e
v. is    of tha  Gth
an    area  of    b
more or les
'I", i berth must       e        ������: within
one year  1" 1  I he  lal
.'   rding erth,
1    ���      -��� tl 1   on i tin ' 1   .1   11    West qtiarti ;-    lon  11.
���
nauthorlzed   publication of
I'" :"1, rtlsement    will nol be p 11
I Noi
in.  c
n
I
I
r
FORESHORE   LEASES.
- hereby given that. 60 days
'"��� l  Intend  to apply to the
1   Commissioner  of   Lands
: ir a lease of the foreshore
oomlng and milling   pur-
i rising the whole of a bay.
name eef independent  Bay,
'ul two miles south of ihe'
C istl Island, on the east
"Imal  Ann. and  aboul  two
I1'   :
���'���I  from  Kildala   Ann
'>   il 5th, 1:1117.
'AM   MOODY,   Locator.
: VAXDALL, Agent.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
TAKE N'OTICE 1   it appllca    >n
been 1     le to register Plo 1 ne .  Mary
Evele : the 0 ,\ ai 1   In Fee Simple
��� a Tax Sale Deed fr un Th ��� Cor-
ol lhe Di Uriel of Burnaby, 1 1
1 .    da  ��� ��� .
10th daj of March,   _, D .  1902, of all
and     Ingular   that  certain
land   an I      :���:.:. sil late,
md     li      .    ie Distrl     of New
\\ esl minsti r, In  Hi    Pro f Bri
tish    Columhl       more     ] ar  1 u 1
Kn 1V1 :.   an 1   il '-��� ':  '  !   .-
2: an I 24 ol    1   livlsion    '.        lot 29,
i'o u 1   '..
Vou aud each ol    ou are re
quired to contesi the 11 tims 0
tax purchase! tl I ty-five
from the date cf tl II ation
of Ihis notice, othi rwise 1 sh 11 . igis-
1 m' i'i -11 nee M irj  Eveleigh  is owner
n re 'M' In fee.    And  I herebj   dl  n I
��� t pul llcation of this n I   ���  for thir-
.! lys In a il ill   n iws . llsh -
eel ai  N'ew Westminster will    e -
and sufficient  31   ���
Date 1 al the Land Registi    1 iffi e,
New Westminster, Provli B
Columbia, this 25th daj of A. ril, \  D.,
1907.
C,   S,   KEITH.
Disti let Registrai
To   1..   A. Ita.mum  Esp.  ���	
Ail persons served with -   \A/     ^*A     W\*^'T%r%__>>���
them,  and all pers   .- ling
Inte   .t In thi        I land
ne.   1 ed Ins
���11 rso ' ng any I
sa: i    . descent, whoa
SEALED   rENDERS   idd 1 ssed tothe
Commissioner Dominion    Lands.
' Depai nn 1 fnterior, and maiU-
I e  I .'MM'' H   Tllll-
SEALED  TENDERS   add    -    i    lo "'   ':': '���  N'   519," wtl      i  received
ih   Commissioner   : !* imin'.on Lan is. I       De]          -       until 12   o'i lock
Depart men     f the Interior, nnd mark noon   in  Wednesdaj-, the 24th daj  of
11 the envelo]       I'             1   Tim 'n' -. 1907, for .1 Hi er ��������� to * ul  I Imb ;r
her Berth No. 516," wil              m   I al on Berth No. 519, comprising    lands
this Department until 12 o'clock noon situate In the Province of British Col-
���i!  Weduesday,  the 5th  dn;   of .'hum. umbia on the   >*   -���  side of Chehalls
���  1 ",,  [or 1   llcensi   to * il   timber on ��� ,:,,. : r, |   ���     ���.   >d as I illows:
Berth No. 51G, com irislng lands situ .      ,         .,       x,    .,.,   comi)rl8,ng
I" ''���'��� Province 0   c          Colum .,,,,. .,.. .,      ,   ;,;, ..,.,.,,,. |ands
,'i'1' an(i Ascribed a i   ,1      1: wMcli |(etotl]   ^ .   ,  chehall8Lake
end out ild   fin be -  Berth 302 Block
of 1,3im acre-, mot e oi less
The- berth ran -  1 e survej m.i v
in one year after the date of the n*
tice awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will be Issued, also printed
forms ol -mm.ier nnd envelope, maj ;m-
pMalned al this Departmenl or at the
offlce of the Crown Timber Vgehi al
N'ew Westminster. B. C.
close ami sell your equity of redemption In the said mortgaged premises.
Dated this 23rd day 0   May, 1907,
J, .1. CAMBRIDGE,
Registrar.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF WESTMINSTER. HOLDEN AT NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Each  tend,:   mm,-!   be accompanied  To John Th���pson of _ iw Westminster, l\. ('.  :
2, name!*. - ���
halves of Sections 29 an 132 In Town-1 hatfo|  8p(  ,       .,     ,. , ^\��� J
��h,P   |8-   1!"""  ::;'   V'-'   " ,'"'.';:l1   Section     ��� '   II   ind  the
Meridl in,  1 mtalnin r an    area 01    6 , 	
1101 li-oas. qua!    1  ol  *��������� ���  Ion I I. Sec
man  mile . more or les... .,....,,.
I |0|1        ���.     1 O-A lis 1111    ...     in I    Se   ��� |()tl       1
If ol  _e tlon I, ���' ������ no th
rjiiarl -:< ctlou 10, s. . 1 Ion : 1
Im   outh ha      ���   ii ct I m ; 2, I In soul h
m\ an ai ��� epted 1 he iue on a chai et ed
bank In fa\ our of the Deputy of the
Ministet of lhe tnterlor, I the am-
01 nl of t'10 bonus which the appll-
i anl Is prepared to pay for a license,
N'o tei I lij tele iph ��ill be en
t* 1 lined. The highe ��������� 0 anj tender
ii,,' neceisartlj  a* 1 ei :".i
PERLE!   G.  KEYES
B,   retarj
11,     rtment ol the Inti 1 lor,
Ottawa,   .p   I 24th   1907
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF WEST-
MINSTER, HOLDEN AT NEW
WESTMINSTER.
*  will   be    Issued, 11 i 111 >>i| ^s^sMHHHmWam -   ,
loutli     ist  quart      ol     3 m lion   15, in
fi 'in ��� of tender and envelo ie, maj  be   ... ���,,,,, ,   ,,
I 0\\ il illlp (1,     .-II   tn   '. ei- -..���   i.  \\ e
ohtanied al this Depai , ien!   u   11 the   ,,     _,,,,,,.
.   ,    ,, ....   .       , lhe  e'h  Meridl in,  itamtng an area
office oi the ( rown  1 Ini ior A jenl al     , , ,
...... ,.   ,. . ol  1. .in acres, 1 101. or : ���; ���
New  Westminster,  B   C
Tli" ' I   musl  be surveyed within
E ich  ten er musl  ' npanled .,     ,,     , ,      , .,
, ,  on" ���   i'i.-  th" date or Hie notice
���   ,:i m: epted cheque   mi   , ch irtcred
.   , ,     nv i'i ig the 1 Hi
bunk In favour ol tho Depu y ,,i the
Minister of th ��� Interl ir, f 1 rthe amount of the  bonus  which   t'i"  appll-
ml Is prepared to pay tor a license,
The highest ee;- any ten ler aoi ne-
irll     1   lepted.
No ten le        I degraph will be en��
terl lined.
PERLEY  C.   KEYES,
Secretar.
Department  of the Interior,
Ottawa, April (',,  1907.
B. C. Land
Surveyor
_!!___ Slock.   N?w Wa.t'rlnst.r, B.C.
The "��� [ulall 1111 under which a li
1 en .' v. in h" t ��ued, also printed
i"i"" e of tender an 1 envelope, may be
obtained al lhl ��� Departmenl or at the
office of Ihe Crown Timher Agent at
Mew  w e. minster, "��� 0
Each tender must be accompanied
by an aoOepted cheque on 11 chartered
hunk In favor of the Deputy of the
MlnUter of the Interior, (or the amouni of the bonus which the applicant
is prepared to pay for a license.
The high isi or any tender not nec-
ess ni1} accepted.
\o tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY O, KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Oil '    11 23th, 1.0-7.
1 Helen   '��� :"e I nn ol   N'e*A   Westmla
'"'.   11   i- :
r\kt-'    No I'n'i'   thai  a plainl h is
I. eti entei ed   i:' I  a   mmn ons Issue 1
'i    ihiMi   j en  in   lh"  ftbOl i' 1 'ount) I'ou
bj the Yeiiihiie. Quarantee ,*; Beeu*
iiii"s Corporation, Limited, _ bodj
1 01"' 1 ite, li 1*\ ine tt! head offlce it
the ' Ity of HuddersReld, Elnglahd an l
licensed to carrj on buelnesa lu tho
_>ro\ ini'*. or    British  Columbia
i hnvln. Its head oiTlco for Hie said
province al the olty of Vancouver, for
I the sum nf $1800.01   for principal, ln*
I teresl and taxes due hy you to the
said Company, under and by virtue et
a cerlaln Indenture1 of Mortgage dated
jthe 20th day of .May. 1892, whereby
In consideration of the sum of $000
advanced to you by the said company,
i you mortgaged to them the southwest quarter of Section 10, Township
II. N'ew West minster District, Province bf British Columbia, to sec-i 1
the sai.i Bum ol $600 an 1 Interesl
thereon at 11 per cent per annum,
and an order lias been made that the
DUbllcallon or a notice of th itry
TAKE NOTICE thai a plainl has
been entered and a summons issue 1
igalnsl you In the above County
('emit bj   the Yorkshire Guarantee &
���   111 le -    Corporation,    Limited,    \
;>"i,  corporate, having its head offlce
- ������. oltj  of Huddi rsfleld, Englan 1,
and licensed 1 1 earrj   on business In
the   Pro> In E    British    Columbia,
an I ha* lng Its hi ad offlce foi the -: ei I
province al the cii s of Vahcoin er, for
��� ii.. ium of $2104.88 ������ rl icipal, inli  esl and taxes due   by yon to   the
��� i 1 . unpen; under an 1 bj virtu 1
of 1 1 ertain tndentui e of Moi tgage
: 1 ��� 1 the 1 Uh daj of March, 1893,
��� helebj In consideration of the sum
of $850 ail* anci d to j ou bj the sui 1
1 on panj. ! ou mortgaged to them th ���
north-WesI quarter of Section 11,
Township  iu. 1 asl of the Coasl  Mei
��� ���ii in   New   Westminsti r  District,  to
BeCUl B   Hie'  sai.I  BUm  Of     $850  and   1" ���
teresl thereoh -it 10 per ci nt per annum, and au order hafl been ma le
thai the publication of a notice of th i
tnd |entry of such plaint in the Columbian
and Daily News.iwo newspapers published in the cit.v of New Westminster, shall be deemed to be good and
sufficient service of the summons lip-
on  you.
You are required to enter a dispute
note wilhin ten elays from the 31sl
day of May, 1.07. at the Registrar's
office al New Westminst er, and if you
dO not so enter such dispute nol I.
Judgment will he signed against you,
and the plaintiff may proceed to foreclose and sell your equity of ..demotion in the said mortgaged premises.
Dated this 23rd day of May, ltfT)7.
,T. ,T. CAMBRIDGE,
Registrar.
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THE   DAILY  XEWS.
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SPECIALS
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS  FRUITS -- Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
RICH SPINSTER
INA
SHACK
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1 Floorglaze f
(Enamel
(-FARM FOR SALE-)
iie Ilingham, M.'.iy 2S -Miss Acslia
Clark, one of the tirst women to cross
the iilains 1,1 California In 1849, died
in re this morning used 90 years.
.Miss ('lurk lived nloiie- in a tumbledown shack for many years, in North
tiellingham, She owned property in
ev* ry Pacific coast city and was reputed tn be worth several millions.
lier heirs nre unlndentified. She was
a native of Baltimore.
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It dries hard over night, with
a high gloss, nnd
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In fine location; 20 acres cleared; house worth
$2,000; barn 65x90; other good buildings, all
new; good bearing orchard; first-class water;
school and post office.
Price,   -
$4,500
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345 'Phone   105.
HEADQUARTERS <___
SCREEN DOORS
SCREEN WINDOWS
GARDEN HOSE
GARDEN TOOLS
and REFRIGERATORS
HOW THE RAIN CAME.
A Terrifying Event  to n  Stranger ta
Hit* Philippine*.
Por a real lively matinee performance tin1 comlug of ilie rainy sens in in
tbe Philippines has no end ����� t" right to
be considered.
This is ihe> experience of one woman who supposedly arrived during the
dry sensem:
S".'ite<i ai her nin.ieen she could bear
i: roaring tattoo iie the grove of nbnca
palms t.e the south.   The n il enred,
rose, thundered.
Long, lithe eoeonnuts beg-tin :.n inexplicable bending to und free, their tops
circling in trembling descent almost tn
the earth, then swinging bach to the
sprint of the bow tense- trunks in n
movement exaggerated and violent, like
that nf simie stag, tempest.
Ont in the' grove, beaten, trampled
down, there advanced Into the open u
black wall of rain, perpendicular from
earth to sky. Ahead of it dust, twigs,
rnbbish, suddenly ascended t" heaven
hi rotary spirals. Trees were (laved of
their leaves. Roofs Hew ii]> like gigan
tic bats.
Then her own heiiis,.. strongly built,
shook as with earthquake. The thatch
of the roof sprang vertical, like that
stiffens with fear, and between the interstices she' saw the muddy sky
stream by.
A powder of debris, of dry rot, snowed. Down upon tbe table, the books,
the chairs, little lizards, unperched,
struck the floor with n squeak like that
of a mechanical doll, remained as dei 'I
for a long minute, then scampered
aeross the room and up the walls
again. Great black spielers, centlpeds,
scorpieiiis. fell; sometimes n large rat.
Then the nipa ,���licked bpck I i position as a box is shut. Breathless fi-
lence, a heavy Immobility, petrified the
world. The;'!' came three or four detached, resounding raps upon the roof,
and suddenly a furious roaring bentii g
as of stones coming down, greal stones
ehutoel in thousands, In millions, and
the church, the plaza, the mountain,
the whole land, disappeared in a yel-
low swirl of water.-- Met'lure's Magazine.
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Soap and water does not
mar it.
li wears as well On  Outside as Inside Floors.
Use it on voir Inside
Floors, Veranda and
I'eire-h Floors, Outside
and Insid'' Stairs or
Steps, and when \ er you
want a durable
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Good and Inexpensive
It   takes   careful   buying   three   days on  our part
to
best values   in  all   goods   of cotton manufacture     |n lugui. ^
Procure
n9 to b.
3V(
garment   sto   sell   at  the   prices  which     we   aunto   i,  e
H"",e   Detovv    t  ha
our ann  to  give  our  old  time  values,   althoutih   in  ,.,,. Kt<i
t    j n*itt
do so with  less profit to ourselves. ce3 vie
Women's   Cambric   Drawers���In    plain   ier   fanci
Ine   lo    	
Women's   Cambric   Night   Dresses    some   with    nhil,, '���'"" ^
- , ��� ��� "le   r>i
embroidery   Insertion    trimmings; among thei
popular  round  low   neck;   each,  85c,   .1,  $1.1
��������� liog
High Gloss Enamel Finish.
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Women's    Cambric   Underskirts     With      the   v. ,
this season so Bheer and adaptable for wear i
bul  natural to expeel  n w, ilth of trimming
- greal   variety shown In o      selections;   ea
White   Chemise ���All  sizes:   each,   60c  tei
Corset Covers -In greal  choice oi  materials and "" '
the newest Btyles shown is made    entirely
with shoulder straps;  each, 10c   tee
SPECIAL   LINE  AT  A   SPECIAL    PRICE. " '
This line is not mentioned al the prices given a
by itscir for special valiu   ghIng.
Women's  Corset   Covers   and   Drawers,  each
In  the  loi  are Bevera]  Boiler]   ll   es   worth  from   I
llil MMM' \     of   this    Special     I'  ' ' Mini     ||e\\
before   I o ighl emi^   with a    Idea of off,    ���
line from  the Whit*' Weai  Department.
| ANDERSON
I y LUSBY
W. S. COLLISTER & C
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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S WEETS
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TO
THE
SWEET
��� DAINTY
* STYLISH
BLOUSES
A magnificent selection cf
handsome boxes containing
.. AT ALL PRICES ..
LOWNEY'S
CELEBRA TED
CHOCOLA TES
JUST RECEIVED
Just the correct present for
a young man to give his
lady friends. THEY appreciate  them.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STOKE
Ellard Block, -        New Westminster
'��� Tilt WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia st,
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BRYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
x-r Agents for "KLENO." TS8
<_2re  of  Hairbrushes.
A good way to clean hairbrushes
is with spirits of ammonia and warm
| water. Take ��� tablespoonful of
ammonia to a quart of water, dip
tho bristles up and down in tli"
water without wetting the back,
rinse in clean warm water, shake
well and dry in tin- air, bul not in
the sun. Son;, and soda soften the
bristles and will turn an ivory backed brush yellow.
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SOUVENIRS
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for mailing lo friends, or taking with
you, be sure ancl examine the collection
 AT      	
j. J. MACKAY & CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
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SAVE YOUR PAPERS
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VALUABLES
By Renting One of Our I, ..."
Safe Deposit Boxes.
FOUR SIZES
Extra Good
Hous    en   _sh street, convenient  to car and Four!    .      i*   fIi
:     ems     $1500 J!
Fourth aven e, modern house, six rooms, near car   In*     Price J16M
acre     m North Road, unimproved,   first    clas
per   acre   	
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
"Going Fishing?"
"Guess so."
Get your
TACKLE
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l Electric Railway Service |
Sunday   Service   halt-hourly   be- *
tween 8 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from .._,', a.
in. to 11 p.m., cxeojet between *
12 anil 2, and ���", and 7, during J
v.-lu'eli hours the service will be *
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* Ir.terurban   Line.
��� Cms for Vancouver and wav
Btatlons Will run every 3_.ilI"-
boar from 5:50 a. m. to 11 ;30
p, in.
City Limits Line���Service from
C: 15  a.   in.  to  II   p. in.
20 Minute Service���N'o transfer.
!), tween 3 2 and 2 and 5 nnd 7.
30 Minute Service���During remainder of day. Transfer al
Leopold Place.
BOM $2.50 PEB EM UP
We- cordially invite
you te, inspect them
at any time.    :    :    :
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Sunday Service   hatMiourly be- ���
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m. i
| British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd |
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IVIOREYS
217-219 Columbia St.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up. j
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches    onen
lace, $6.00. '
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
case, $7.50 up.
Agenl for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to   the   Wellman
Arctic  Expedition,    All   warranted.
;   Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc,
;   Watch   repairing;    charges   reasonable,
to ral ������ goo l stock is go, d FEED    \\ e keep tic I
: '��� ' onlj     Make your 1 h       n 1 i.m.  1 j  giving thi
Strengthen    our livestock   by   building up  bone
and   . ���   1  U.NEFAC.
L,AjpIES bave you tried the Pastrj  Flour made l>:   ' " '
Millin    1   mpany,   If not Telephone 333 and try it; the
obtalne 1   are excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., iw.
r. J. MART,
:      Manager     :
WHERE TO DINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All Night
"Quality and  Price"
When you gel supplies for the pantry you want them
fresh.     Then when \,,u want ��_;oorl
TEA   AND   COFFEE
why don'l you call on the man who makes a specialtj
of them, and get value for your money?
Edmonds Tea Co. Sir"	

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