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BOAT IS TOO SMALL
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Beaver Has Capacity For
Only 150 Women Other?
Will Be Left Behind.
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hi   ';'-:'' Ini    '������ ��� 'ening
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Boni   Down  and Out.
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Tolstoi  Still   Lives.
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no truth  in  OK     -eiporl    Which   has   ^-ctioi   -    -     -    ������'���
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There  is   nnd   these  were orfleree     ���    b<     -���'���-    '''"���     '''  ���'"'������'������      ' ierl;     W��s
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INSTRUCT DELEGATES
10 PRESS EOR RRiHTS
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definite,    tnd
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- K howe ter, the ge v-
timed a  m<
and  we ha ���     Ince
ti   ;��� :���. nl I    been in
m mi ati   i    th
Ot   -.v.',    with    i"-
: i rn stal        on 1
tions, , howi
led su ended  bj
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" manufactm In
ileal character,
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r
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will bi   ..   .   mix
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ad the ma
mi
ited ... ian>
Thi .< ee   ��� ii    ..
the cltj       i     iie.   ���
Llu  evening ������
.   enti   lh in : al an   Vt  Home al
- lem e ol Me s. Hill.
The   idie atti id i    Lhe meetii
titi ��� national  i'o mi II  ol   w a
in       ,     eveeh In '.'. n ouvei and    ���
,   ���   -  ms man i of I In in are ��� n
see thi     liiel   poin
be coasl     Phi re are dele
������  i lance   i out   near!
.....
red 1 ���       neniine.il, regiilalei
onditiot        r I      ction,    in
e .  ;  and erjuentl). we bee ve. inn.le
.... mi; i '    ��illl the
:m',;. I on I - nl;. ��� ���  ol
;      ..    ertain spi
i
���pii! 1902 obll tei     the
HUB   tO     'I"
lllienl Illl '"
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.     ��� -. I     Hn
.,    ��� , .     e to do
ntentjo '     '      "     ' ���'
ii ...... ��� to ' '������"il
.... Im     liol rl
..... ���.,     :,     being e'
telegraph '   '     ''
Ing lhi ������'-���'
lhe comm .vill Ju 1,1
Its  go doing   ' 8 of 81
ui    he requli'i '      ��     navlga
tion and commi
On the b ���'���
���;..; |e an offi
year,  whi n It * ��� .    ;
erection ol   ' i Ion   i
to ere I tl ��� ' ���
n, ;;"��� :���.,.' rnm
.   ti nde ::������������.-
bodie i in thi
Ai   Hi"  time the
communication
with    egard  to the < I
tions, we were   I o
team ihlp owners a
the eqnipmen   i
Utioni    irltli    ' :
eventual!) succeed*
meni i .i'i.   ���' I Tnmli f"i-
''   '���'���
(Cootln .'���' ' '��� '''������:��� K��w.)
was  >- '
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\ ������������   ��� 	
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away that hi
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Giinii    ���. ���        ���! .
cham ���   ���
lea lln ci tight    >��� -
Sim whi   bwi    ed  lhi
...       .....
Sti
each hii and      ered aroti id
tli" block  to third and    ���    i i '   v-' ���
������ . stng IHI  . ;
Lewi
Vam    ������ ��� the bi
on    Inning    !;   i'ew nsend and fi in   i
were eai h   fanm I on       n :
win   ca ugh t on  til Prei     ft
faniii i  In  the le ���    in      Inniti
Mule. Itnsi ii was rn tight oul md Prln
made n ; I hii bui gol no fin [hi i
lh -i hi      id   v.;" e rm' eld  v      ' ill
.paring I ien  in i  bag
. iidin   I       In      Pii   wl   .ol i title I
��in n  he    ���'  ������   :';   ! ���  i'"1   H nin   ""'I
 In .i  i    I  foi  Ihe du -i    nnd lhi n
ahovi  'ei   bend    He was fanned, nfle t
i    nd   i ..    .   md j
lo    . .   .,.\  ���   i        ,'.,.���   iion.ilI''i"  I rosl
Hill TdWll      ���' e      .    I '     .'I   I' Tei i.
getting i"  ���
.-..,,. T did | ���:���    ' 'ill.   of il
liird innlni     \' mi Bplni
tin li R   'ii   i "i o i
I'M/IIIIHIV I'I (III   IV
: '-I ing i  ulrlALLiiM DuAliC |y
neai   lhe   fi nei     Tin   lwo
. ���   ���    cami   in. In n - iti
i e ,,. in     [hi   first stores     H
. on  '   ial by Newin
\ .,, ..;���   iheli    ' - ond  bi on
��� '.,, ee Townsond ' In led
'J ie oi he   mi ti  irere |i ll
oul    '' ng    lo    first,     " ������
oi ���     ai 'i'i    in    ib"
. .   ;ei Ing  ti o ind and
In i a kmg' drive by Sinclair,
I ist  ..'  third     ii-- ��� o .
��� mm not out, bul   Hip
-.:hi   ��� Ise     Two Vini-
. fanned la the lasf inning,
w ���    ��-.:is    < aughi    before
:.z; first.
.:     I sail umpired the match and
: i ;.��� I iei a f.;ilr ele.il to llftll HgRI';J-
i ns. There were �� number of oli-
lectftMW trom both sieles tO several of
leeialOOS, Imi (hi r�� was mly one
fhar waa really bad, anl he was generally eomm��nded for his work on the
whole.
The  aiten lance  wa.-s    larger    than
usual,   and  la   increasing   frith
gOme
Resident T^aiT Will Not
Have Everything His Own
Way In Settling Dispute
\.   :,  special  vi,i   img  oi   thi   N>"
w ��� ���   .. "--     - ������   i-iii.e field Hist
. \. ��� .,o. in n   Ryall ���  .     ��� ���     a   full
...        :'      '���:..������     ��. l i.'Tl
 ig the Xew Wi stm	
i   .,;  ���-     |fh .    '.;>\e   a   pan   la   Lhl
.   ��� hi    Maole  l.eai   protes!
...  place, and thi   detegateB to thi
��� lion, whii-i'- "
.-I held tome   ov  evi ning in Vane ��� ���
i ���     i' 'd i'i maki   ���
i um an\  attempts lhal    maj    be
. i,i,   e.i -.,,1, i M fi \e-n  w estminsti i
wa    I: sue ol   iplnion I   ���
i   . .;.,. hi   B i     -an. mpl    i;   lhi    li Bl
,.  ,-, i to hai ���  thi ��� - led l
l eclal  ' oni       ���      In   < li "   n    thi
thai   the   rules   Btati   a   dispttti
ettled   i-i   the  diBlnten sti il
. ub of the league, was an insull  to
���,   \, u  Wi stminstei ciub( *hich lhi
.      aii   not dlspoi ed lo Iel Blip
���..   deh gaii - I.,  rhursdaj   i rening -���
meeting w III In  i     \   \\ elsii    ^   V ��� 11
���    ;)mi h,.\    i   s   U'n lerson   w ho
��� hi have Fred L.J ui 11 a proxj
liiieri'mni ee Ives   fl 'im   lh"   H      \     &
i   aoclel i   " 'ii 'i on  ' hi   ""-'' Iiiii '
lal!  '< i'1"'"  It   att  ol I   n   ��� ��� Ilain
I      ml    I',.i    ���!   cr: leB   "I    I I- i OS6e   l"el. lu -
to be flayed al Quei n's bfll h ditt ui
. . hibitton w. ��� i.     i ie-  . i-i'i " as given
ne,lil    In,nn, , ,"i    . -. ��� ping    lu     " ' "I"    Ol
,' b ' I III'   1
OH   neeell.'il   il   "        ill ,i,|.  i   Uml    nil
,   ,..., ��� |.... .   dug
t,, iii,, , ini. ...,,    - e, ophii ���-. pleltit' 9
i,.-
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���i.   mi tragi    waa  also i ��� ei   ti    made prai     tthteet.
,i.    ..   nefiesear;  a  ���-.'.:���-"���-'..���   '��� 	
K ni'tttit im
��ti KilhlTi KI   MAYlm
��� nces  .���-- has alreadj  I  ���      lHHIIIl Vl   IflrtlUIV
���..   thi         ......    , ..     .,,,..,.-. ag.
.......     .   ...    ...    I-   ii |8)]    ,'.
��� ��� .-ia.
V       ��� : . ���   "   thi   ill '��������� B<ms tn th<
waj  ���    sports 'Which will b<	
haVi        li   -    tl "������������ i" ������"-���     ��� .  - ���
one   ������    ������    ��� h   will   prov.'iV.I'    >,.     bl -
"       -���������niorc an.l dl ���
.......       .  , ,  ].> = !-,.,T, rare"        ���
atlj sing-ins a ream from
.   .-���- -   noi   yet  hpon ttadi
ii   is   fxyeii"'!   ihat   cft%   pro.ie.'l   will
_������   ���    ���    -
THAN M. P. POR CITY
W. V\. Keavy Denies Rumor
Ascribing Political Aspira-
tidiis to Him.
In  ��� o    will   ���:���   i  ������'���- ���   v. hich
-     :   I   ��� ���        ���  '��� ���	
'eel tl   i   Hit   vVi    I      v-  ��� ���      	
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li T\. . ���     -��� I ng ifti    thi  ��� - - , , .   . ,
i h*\ bitii n '������' ��� ���   ���'-���"���
iMg.      We havi       ��� i'".   applications . , .        ,        ,,
         eral d
for sp ������ ���        ii v ni dtstricts as Sg    ��� .   , , ,
       ,   ......e,,      ���1
-��� > ���-'   and there ma-; .       ,.
 -n  would nol  accepl
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app \ hg   e)     ea      rhere are also ,
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Gyei'tf StrandfH in MdllHtdlHt.
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lwo :      le     met)   women atttl    t_hii
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: " " Bl   "��� ���" tl tl pn ltt|	
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from il tli   lhi ' nscended Iiu r--- lu
li rt :;"-- ���        to :;" ii land bul u hi n
the.v had    ���    bed  lhe Itip Ihej   " i  I
refit ��� ���' a Inilsslti i to Swl Iflhd lei
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I o ret urn ii   tl .i    Ets te iiinh -��� udai
in i ��� ' '���'��� I i it lo si ���  ���	
Ui     wntlpi   lhi ���.  nre I iped al
eti    b lid be  asked   lilfll       ' '  ' ''     ' ' "  ' : '
to He" socrel ll I   tin   ;"" "   '        '  '     ""���'   '""
iii" manag   lu   i ipi    rui   ���	
In ih,, i',1, ii.       i|  rarj   i"1'   i
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. nii.  nn exhibition
TUB 111 Till; PAST
i, , , ;i. , ii thi  Slate ul   "���-   -
im ���" Into '    ��� ,; "Hi"' ! ���
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icel I !   ton securing ���������o,,'������������
in Kinfr K Iwai tl - do tiinitl is     festet
���I e. iie-- quai antihi   cat I eftio fed aftfei
iiiiviiis been in operatitJH for st rei tl
IMI'MtllS.
Smallpox was repotted in Whdtcofti
Coiinly and striiiL'ent ri'Kiilatloas Were
adeiliteil to prevent its Bpreading into
ranidn. l-.very passenger from the
affected dishiet wns compelled by the
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1 ������"   ���     nip     hi nl ������' ���-'���   '���
iiatil           '     i    Ihpin .',1   i   1,11np
Hn   i wn  htng   bul thi    - nutt i
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lefesd   til Lhl   ' affllli |  w uod
fi ��� '-11    i     '���"-'    Mi    E)i|
boughl   ���  ' Iitm  Of  tm ��� ;'"
��� iiii ti '���������-. in-i-n shipped .'ini   ii   ,i-
ppcl tl  lo  " fli H here by  IMe end of
lhl      ��� ��� ���     '--ii' ������ iei n -I.
���'���    I ";��   Im"   b    i ling
1 Iii h   I'-i"!-.    -ii"    Mi	
bai' ��� ��� I 11" - oni patty The i t
pectus of tli" company will be Is t
in tin- course of a few flays.
Canadian officials to furnish proof of
vaccination. The lifting; of th" quarantine will remove a great Inconvenience to travelers.
Mayor Keary, was  back  at
flee
his ol-
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pos   on of bin; i ,;'"" l
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1  -   iloti besi    ' ''"   ^'���'���'-   '
' ''"' ,!"    ���" I wil   to uP i ''���
��� '   t have noi the I asl In	
uixing :-' "   ������ nl ,;..,,
tl
Ccld Wave In Austrii
Vienna   lul.i    IB,    \   sudden    cold
'  " " tin ��� !  i   Austria Hun ��� i ���  and
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uot beet      ������        iced ta 1 ren
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terda      rhei   I   m u I       :-- ��� n
ii ���   ���. districl    S immi ���       tors al
   hotel     ���       ���-       |	
tl tain    illwa;      re -   I
MAN WITH THI mil
f8 BLAMED FOR WRECK
o filly 11 I
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1 Ich took ��� I
1      londa     ���     i    !:    -   ,|is-
Rt of tl        bert streel
n in i man with a gal-
���   ���   ; ���      lng   the i-e ntral
:-e  lhe    ' "-.  as told  by BOme
e    p   l;   ,.,,,,,, , .
��� ling  to "ii" nf these he wei".
i vl   ���       ol   Min'ii' gtreel cross-
������ inent 7 o'cloi i: Thursday morning,
whi ii in- observed n man who went to
th" switch    Am]  threw It.    Believing
lhal it .'is ii man in tl mploj of the
company, he toll no special notice ol
������>:      <   '     '������ r.o.   after   a   week's   ,||:|, .��� n,r ������,���    A ^ mompn(l, ,,���.,.
'"'"'" ''''' dewing to the misplaced switch, a lighi
engine, fortunately running at a low-
rate or speed, left the track at this
point. Tbe story told by another employe of the C. P. R. Is almost identical with the foregoing;. The man who
is thus believed to Uave wilfully tam-
S����d j pered with the switch ls said to have
noVeltat, who has be��� Hying In por.l] will .ive you the news wheu it ���-^ ZTll^lT SS "T
erty .:, ftaly, Is dying ., Ma8B.^,p.' tares."    ncluded the mayo, ' Xt^X.f^"   ^   ?
"Ovlda" In Poverty.
Ixmdon, July Ifi���According; to the
Milan   correspondent of  the  Tribune, j later.    "There Is Something very
Miss Louise de la Rimes, "Quid*," tho j in   sighl   tor   N"w Westminster
ahsen " trom th6 city,
time he visited a number of eastern
citios. Winn nsked for news of his
trip, his worship stated that he had
Oothlng to give out at the present
time, but would probably have some-
thim. to say respecting   his   absence ���"��te=~^"r
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
Vitby,
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BUSTER SHAW
SUITS
Just the thing for
children to wear while
playing in the sand or
making mud pies.
A new lot just in by
express.
CHIILIWACK NEEDS
"HELLO" SYSTEM I
Prominent Men, Weary of
Delay, Take Active Steps
to Form Rival Line.
I The g
0dison
Phonograph
Trains & Steam;
C  P.R      \T,,,.    . '"
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PLAY SUIT
H.L.DeBeck
THE CLOTHIER
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When you get supplies for the pantry you want them
fresh.     Then when you want good
TEA   AND   COFFEE
why don't you cail on the man who makes a specialty
of them, and get value for your money?
Edmonds Tea Co.
6th St., next to Columbian office
Phone 309
'   A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple .Leaf
Label)
Is gaining in favor every day.   Our output last year was (Rouble the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
Chiiliwack, July Hi���The great need
of a local telephone system for Chiiliwack town ami  valley has long been
realized, and on more than one occasion  serious   steps  have  keen   taken
looking towards the organization of a
iocal company to meet this need. E_tch
; time something    has   intervened    to
' turn the promoters of the enterprise
-aside   from   the  accomplishment    of
j (heir purpose.
Last fall a movement was well under way, looking in this direction, but
just then the B. C. Telephone Company got busy with their proposition
for a local exchange and the enterprise was again abandoned. No sooner, however, were the local men out
of the field than the B. C. Telephone
Co. subsided into that deliberate and
dignified pace which proverbially
characterizes large bodies. First the
poles were distributed along the
streets, then after several months
these were placed in position. Late
in the spring a gang of men appeared
with rolls of wire and the work ael-
vanced another stage. Since then
uo furthei' steps have been taken to
complete the task.
Weary with waiting, certain citizens
have again put their shoulders to the
wheel. A stock subscription has been
circulated within the past week with
very encouraging results, and a largely attended meeting of those interested in the formation of a local company was held In the Court House nn
Monday evening. Councillor T. H.
Jackson occupied the chaii- anel \V. L.i
Macken was appointed secretary. The
i general scheme was outlined by S. A.
i Cawley. who stated that it was pro-
! posed to establish a rural system covering the entire valley. He believed
that If a low rate were offered at
leasl 300 phones could be placed.
e About 75 or SO miles of line would
lie required and the probable cost of
the entire system would be between
$12,000 and $16,000. Mr. Cawley had
laid the matter before the municipal
council on Saturday and that body
had pased a motion to put the necessary franchise by-law before the people.
Over $6,000 has already been sub- j
I scribed, and there ought to be no dif-
ficulty In doubling this amount If n :c-
essary, Those who are lead; of the I
enterprise are confident of success
and are determined thai nothing shall
: turn them aside from its achievement.
REALISM
LOOKING FOR
the: band
Like the little child who wanted to see the wheels go
round, this boy, fascinated by the music, wants to see where it
all comes from.
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RECORDS
Over 6,000 different songs,   instrumental
pieces, solos, etc.,  etc., to choose from.
I J. H. TODD,  -
NEW WESTMINSTER'S
MUSIC  HOUSE
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Agent for fhe Dominion, Niirdheimer and New Scale Williams Pianos
Singer anil Wheeler & Wilson Sewiog Machines
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Lt. Vancouv , 8.33 a.m, Ju
Lv- N.  W. 9:35 am.- ^
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 n m.
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Mondays only.
b. c ELECT ii'-vancob
Lv. New Westminster s^o |j
and 8 a. m., and every half ill
after till 11 p. m. ]
Lv.  Vancouver for WesttnijJ
��ame hours. ���
Fraser River and I
up river
Beaver���
Freirn N. \V. Mod Wed. Frio j
From Chwk. Tu., Th,, Bal 1
Ramona���
From N. VS'. Tu., Th, SatSii
From Chwk. Sun., V\'ed.,PrL|
DOWN RIVER
Transfer ���
From N.W.  Ea.ll    es Sunday il
Add. tri ;>. Mon lay, ,', a.m.
From Steveston, : a.m. iFrl.i
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
Mai! Service
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HimtliJ
B   E.  WALKER,
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
President. ALEX.  LAIRD,
General  Manager
A GENERAL BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Sales  Notes
Every facility afforded   Farmers for   their banking  business.
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING  BV  MAIL���Deposits   may be nia.je or withdrawn oby mall.
Out-of-town account  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Second-HandPIANOS Canadian Pacific
ORGANS,    RANGES,    STOVES, RAILWAY  COMPANY
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
Rushton & Speck 2 Transcontinental Trains 2
WOMEN   LASH   WIFE   BEATER.
Adams' Celebrated Truss  Rod
lso Studebaker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, Farm Trucks,&c.
Agents for the J. J. Chase Threshing Machinery.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned 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
Bound, Cast Into  Lake, Tied to Post,
Put in Dungeon.
Michigan City, Ind., July 15���Mich- j
igan  City is the  home of  whitecaps. I
Joseph Geister, while drunk, hurled a
brick al his wife, striking her in the
; mr... Neighbors chased him a mile,
overtook   him and   administered    em
' awful   boating.
Ho was then tied hand and fool an l
��� thrown  Inl i    Lake    Michigan,   from
| which he was rescued and ragged ovi r
the same oourse taken in his flight,
to the front of his home. There he'
wns t'ied in ei hitching poat.
Every woman In the vicinity obtained a switch and lashed his bare back '
until he cried for mercy.   A rope waa
procured,   bul   -i   squad of  policem in
prevented    a  lynching,    Geister was
i taken to jail and confined ln the dun- |
i geon. The i Dllce arc baffled with
Gelster's case,   .leiil sentences have no
; effeel on him.
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do al!  kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign  Man on   Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster
Phone 275
Westminster Iron Works
(__EN.__.iAL MACHINE ANU KiNUINE
WOKK..
SHIP SMITHING, BHlUliHI and
STRUCTURAL !RON    WORK.
Ornamental Iron v\ on;. inclualQf
Fences, Gales, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders ar.'i correspondence to
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIHi SlKMVt.
New Wfiatmlnr.tpr f. <>   <������
Trouble Over Marconi.
Montreal, Julj   15- The  Allan  line
steamer Corinthian    bas arrived    In
port, having come by the Belle Isle
route, being the flrsl steamer of
season to come thai  waj     The fact
b eis noi known even to the head offh a
in  ihis city u Mil the vessel docked,
owing io the facl that ii was lmpos3i-
! ble to communicate    with    land   by
means of the Marconi system, which
j as has already ben Btated, has not so
j far this season  been put In working
order,   The matter is now under sav-
ere protest on the part of the steamship companies an the Marconi people.
A garden party will be given <m
Tuesday afternoon and evening ai
Moody square, the social to be under
the auspices of the Ladies Aid of the
West  End Methodisi  church.
Swell Furniture.
Thi' contracl    for  furnishing    the
l roms lo tre built in the addition to
the Windsor hotel has been secured
I by Lee's Purnitun
! their manager, Fred W. Davis. The
furniture will be of the very best,
nothing bul quartered oak being used,
while ihe> be ls will be of lira's, h in I-
somely finished and furnished with
Ostermoor mattresse,
J.HEINLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
j     Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Ross-
'. land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'fic and O. R.
1 & N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ''lily for Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
Dispatched bj  C   I
a. rn.; close
Sumqs and Seal
daily.
Millside  No,   I, exi
day:   Sappert in   N lailj e]
Sunda};  Calgarj
2 i:' rsl in ill C.P.R latlj
trom  the  al ove i
S: 15 p. m
Dispati bed by B. i
Co., 7:l"e a. in.:
Vani   uver, No.       lailye. ������;���
daj b.    Return mall
Dlspatcl ed    j  G.N R. I       S 45
Cl iverdale,    Nl
Hazelmere, Hall'
Seattle (all , oinl s in tm
south,    ilso    all .:. 4
states), daily exi -
mails re leived al oi
I'. ,.: -.:.   T ���- - : ������ Thar
Tynehead,    Wed
days.    Return m
and Fri lays,
Dispatched h.   B. I
10:3 ' a. m.:
Vancouver N .  - ���  V
Centr il   Park,    la
Return mall rei eiv< I  u -
Dispatched  iy cai
it Burnaby,   I   I ' -���
Retui n :.. ills r >i eh ed
Dispatche ! bj  i irrli ' ���
Tlmberlan I, Tues. Ab
'Return mails  received
Fridays.
Dispatched 'ey c. P.R.
an i  1:30 p. tn. on
Ladner,    Westham
Guichon,    Steveston,   S
except Sunday,    Rei
ed from 9 a. m. to 11 ��������� ��;
Woodward's,    Wedm
mail on Wednesday
Dispatched    :   B.C.   E
3:30 p   m.:
Vancou,. r, N i.
dailj   except  Sun lay.
usiness centers of received at 6 p. m.
the MARL      Burnabj    lake,     R
p. tn.
> to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and |Dispatched by G.N. F
To southern    poini
Sun.lay.    Return mall
DAILY
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August  8th,
ood for three
Excui sl 'ie  rates
July  3rd,   iih   and  5th
9th an i  10th.   Tickets
in mths.
EO. GOULET,
O. f. K. Agent.
New  WpMtmlnstfr.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principa
ONTARIO, QUEBEC ani
TIME PROVINCES
Al.-
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, ate, addre3S
GEO.  W. VA'wX,
Assistant (len'l Passenger and Tickat
A^ent, 136 Adams St., Chicago, Ie
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC TV
==FINEST  AND   FASTEST
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H. Power I EMPRESS OK IRELAND
( EMPRESS OF BRITAIN )
I EMPRESS OK IRELAND J      TONS
Particularlj'   low   rateB    from    the
old   Country,       Reservations   made
here for all sailings.
Empress of Britain luly ^tlth.
For particulars apply
EU. QOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
"The Milwaukee"
Dispatched by C.P.R. '  ' '
m.:  mail closes ai      ' ':
Calgarj  and Vanco        N' :
P, It. <��� ist, second m       :;
received  al   10:35  B,
Sapperton, No   2.    '     :
Coquitlam, dailj ex ���
turn mail received al
INorthern|
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the l-'am"^
"NORTH COAST LIMIT^L
Electric-lighted train.   \f�� VLji
QuickTime. Excellent*
foi
fai A<
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'The   Pionr��r Limited"  St.  Paul  to   New  York, Chicago.
mporhim, throughH Spokane and Nelson.
Effective    Sunday.    November
io.
1901.
Leave
Day Train             Arrive
q.20 a.m.
... Spokane   7.15 p.m.
a.25 p.m.
.. .Rossland   4.ro p.m.
9.40 a.m. .
....Nelson  6.4s pm.
H. A. JACKSON.
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha tc
Chicago, "South West Limited'
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on an>
railroad in tlle world that equal 11
equipment that of the Chicago, Mi!
.vauki'i Si St. Paul Railway. The;.
)\vn ind operate their own sleeping
mei dining ears on alll their trains am
.{iw their patrons an excellence ol
<ervi. e not obtainable elsewhere
H  S. ROWE, General Agent
14 Third St., cor Alder. Portland. Or
I grit
Roui
Trl
Toronto, St.'
AND ALL POINT- EASt
Steamahir Tickets on sale to a'
pean points.
Special   Reduced   Bates
Rates   to   Southern   C��H'^
'���'. r full informtion call "" "' " t,
C. E. LANG, Genera A?en;f,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver,
A. D. CHARLTON'   ^
Portia""1 v ���
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JULY  17, 1907.    .
THE   DAILY   XL W S.
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AN ITOL
TOILET REQUISITES       I
CONTRACT IS LET
FOR LULU ISLAND LINE ��
EPARTMENT OF PUBLK
CANADA.
WORKS.
AT
;YALL'S DRUG STORE |
,��������������� ��� ���'������ ���������������������������������������������������
Ladies, Win
$15���or���$10
EASTEHBROOK   MILLING   CO.,  Eburne,
OF] | R   TWO   PRIZES - First, $15;
af of bread exhibited at th.-  forth
.  Exhibition, made with their cell I rati .
IMPERIAL    TLOLJR  -  IMPERIAL
Act a] Work Begins Next
Week-Road Hugs River
Banli.
TENDERS FOR COAL.
���e fee needed-all that is ne essai
.  made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
tliat the
Sealed tenders, addressed tothe undersigned nnd endorsed Tinders for
1 ial," will be received at the Resident
Engineer's office. New Westminster,'
up to noon of Wednesday, the 24tb Instant, for the supply of coal required
fe: the use of the Snag Boat Samson"
and Dredge "Kinn Edward" during the
yesterdaj morning current fiscal year endin? list March.
-.- .   ���   foi   the grading of  1908,
tension ol the Lulu Island rail-      Th(  coal mus* ' '���' :1 Brltisn Columbia
product of approved quality, lump, and
delivered in such quantities as may be
required.    Coal  for the    Snap    Boai
Samson" is to be delivered and stored
In shed on the   Qovernmi nt    wharf,
Xww   Westminster.      Coal    for    the
Dn ige "King  Edward" is  to  be de��
livered alongside the dredge at  New
���  - itablished along the Westminster, on scows furnished   by
l work be-  the Department of Public Works, the
towing to be done bj  the contractor.
The lowest or any  tender will not
necessarily he ac< epted.
Q. A. KEEFER,
Resident Enginei r,
Vancouver,  July   16.
gl Dl ....   executive      as-
i  Uu  i. anadian Pacific rall-
.-.  arne to New Westminster
��� ���:, a ��� . to .1. B. Brighl  of
ii    ��� atrai tor had heen died ti       oci ��� I with the- work im-
���    ��� . nd  i  ess it to completion
��� ���-��� Ii< sl   possil le moment
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333,
lOXa:.*:aa~a:.a'-^
BRIGHT   DAYS |j
SHOW    UP    THE    BARE    SPOTS ���J  $
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Call and see'our new lines of  FURNITURE.      The best of        $
woods,  the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,   and        >J
the most reasonable of prices, J
New Westminster, It  C.,
10th July, 1907.
is expected that the job will
the end of December.
-  announci mem   advances    an-
st< p thi     ;.:.- ol the' Canadian
'��� I iva:  ��� ad the British Colum-
���   uie  Railway  company   for a   Resident  Engineer's Ofl   ���
iteration of lines  through the
.- ol  Vam euv.er,    The Eburne-
iVestminster line- route was surveyed
an : exti ndi along the North
' the Fraser, hugging the bank
osi Ij   as     issible for the entire'
��� and a ball n   es 1 etween the two
; '-ints.
B    an ai rangi n ��� nt  with the Cana-
:,   Pacific  railway entered  into at
the   time   thi   Steveston  branch   was
Tenders   for   License   to   Cut   Timber
on Dominion  Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS  addressed     to
;he- Commissioner of  Dominion  hands,
l>- partment of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Tim-
W. E. FALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
���Hand 7t�� Columbia St.      Four  Floors.      Rear Extension,  Front St.  y
ft
WtftZ*XaZ*X*X*l*XK*l^^^
[Aingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
bi . Berth No. 525," will b< received al
n    vei   by the British Columbia this Department until 12 o'clock noon
���   Iric  Railway  eompany, the latter on Wednesday, the 2Sth day of Augusi
win u "������   '":   ::'   !":"1 and electrify ];,���7   for .,  ���cense u, .....  ������,-.��� ,. ,,���
and operati   11 under the same condi- Berth N(,   525i comprising lands situ-
tions as  ihe.se governing the running ate ,n the Prov.ince 0, Brttlsb Colum-
rights ovi: the main line,
A further development incldenl to
the operation of the new line will be
ihe taking (ever by the British Columbia Electric Railway company of the
operation of the Canadian Pacific
railwaj branch from Westminster
', Junction ti   N< w Westminster,
The contractor is the    same    man
who did 8 considerable portion of tin
bia, and described as follows:
Timber Berth No. 525, comprising
the North half of section 29, West of
Mara Lake, the North half of section
29, and all section 32 in Township 20,
Range S, West of the 6th meridian.
containing an area of is." square miles
more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
year after the date of the notice
work en the Nicola  Valle yextension   awarding the  berth.
of the Canadian  Pacific railway.
mi reliant   al   Savona,    di. .1  at    that
J place on   Monday lasi  at   the age ol
| bl years n id foui  months,    Mr, Jam
I waa   born   at   Lanbyrock,    Cornwall,
: England,   March   3,     1833,    and     In
1857  came  to  British Columbia  with
the   Royal   Engineers.      He   was  engaged in  the   Boundary  survey    anel
��� j .���..".."..',..".-".
The regulations under which a li-
 e ��� use  win    be issued, also    printed
_ forms of tender and envelope, may be
noneer   Passes   Away. '   ,
,.,, .    ,      , ,    .,     , ,      , obtained a   this Departmen   or at the
Kamloops,  July  It.���John  .lane,    a     ,..       ���   , ,,..   ,
office of the Crown   rimber Agent at
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted check on a chartere I
bank in favor of the Deputy of the
Minister of the' Interior, for the amount of the bonus which the a;>|eli-
eant is prepared to pay i'o" a license.
The    highest   or any    tender    not
ran   a   nun   ei   ol   roads   and   survi v
,,        .    .,       , ,, .nee ssarily accepted
| lines  in the    lowei    Fraser   district.
Later he was with the Moberly sur-
' vey, k'e atitig 'the' line of the ('. P. R.
through the Selkirk and Rocky mountains, and afterwards was through
Creek and Boundary country. About
20 years ago, he mmed to Savona,
and wen* Inti I uslness there as n
j general merchant and succeeded In
building up an extensive trade. About :
18 years ago be married Miss McNeill,
of Victoria, who survives him, "~���"
The late Mr. .lane was well Known    SEAL.F.1     'ENDERS addressi ;    ���   .-
capital $14,400,ooo.oo In New Westminster, where he restd< :  Commission       of   Dominion    Una*
Reserve  $11,000,000.00 tll|. ,, ������,���.,.. .,. years after arriving Department ui the Interior, and martinet throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and In London, England, jn ,,,,, rjtv ...i|h t,.(j Rova] ].;���,.,;���,���..������. ed on the envelope "Tendei- for Tim-
N' '������ \ ... Chicago ami Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City, A Gen- ||(, owned ,,,i!p,,,.. in Sapperton un ber Berth No, 524," will be received
' i;         ilng Business Transacted.                                                         iii quite recently. at  this  Department    until  1_! o'clock
"'rs cf Credit issued, available witl. correspondents in all Darts of the   .   >in on Wednegday  ,,���, 2l8l flay 0j
ie Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
iBank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Nei tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY Q. KEYES,
Becretary.
Di partmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa, .lune 29th. 1907.
'or Licenai ',.. bol "*
sn Lanr.ls In ^r-c .-';
Columbia.
Wi
\'ni* Bank Department.    Deposits  received In sums of $1 and upwards,
nnd   ��� ��� est allowed at 3 per cert, per annum (present rate) added
four t mes a year.
f11 Assets over $168,000,000.00.
3TM1NSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager
\ u ji ns!, i!in7, for a license t.i cul tim-'
.  ber on Berth No.624, comprising lands.
Phone 101
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The berth musi be survey* d within
' ne year after tho date of the notice
awarding the berth,
iCHENBACN
LIMITED.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia  Street
Illll VOUR NEXT ODDER OF MEAT
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Firebug at Work in  East.
St. John, N. B��� Julv  16,    A  lire ������;
lucendiarj    origin yesterday    caused Rituate in lhe P���*nce ��* British Col-1
$250,0 lamagi  en  Hartland,     Th< umbia, and described as follows:
blage started in Thornton's drug store,      Timher Berth No, feL'l,    comprising
li Is stated  the place was saturati I Legal   Subdivision   il   of Section I".
with oil, and lhe fire appliances had Township 6, Range V, West or the' Tih
been tampered with,    Besides Thorn Meridian, containing an area   of   40
ton's, Keith ifi Plumer's itore, Mc ncres, more or less,
Millan's booh . I ire, Or. e n's bai I
ware, Noxon's _ roci ry, Chat's new -
paper offi< e, Lhe posi office, Mas< :���
Harris agi ney, P< rkln's monument
Miller's blacksmith shop Letson's hai       The regulations under which a li-
store, May wm-.i's law office, M cense will   be   Issued,   also printed
Cormlck Implements, McLaughlin ce.- forms of tender and envelope, may be
rlage   agency,    telephone    building, obtained al this Departmenl or ai tho
Montgomery  provision    store,   Q, < offlce of ihe Crown Timber Agenl al
Watson, furniture, were all destroyed, Mew Westminster, B. c.
The upper stores In many cases, w, re      ,.;.���.,, tender mus,  ,���, accompanied
occupied as dwellings, and tho losses h, .,��� .���.,epted ,,���,,������ ,,��� ., chartered
are serious.   A dozen    other    plfic< ,,,���,. ,��� r;i..-,,,,,- ol the Doputy of the
11    : '-��:''-" ' ' "  '-���'��� '       ' Minister of the Interior, for the am
mint of the bonus which the applicant
Is prepared to pay for o license.
The highest or any tender not nse
essarily accepted.
No tender liy  telegraph  will bo en-
Ici-taineil.
PERLEY 0. KEYES,
Secretary
Department of the interior,
Ottawa, June 2fitb, 11107.
crossing the river,
Another
Hot Spell
of Bargains at Lees
Furniture Emporium
Big Two Days Sale
Tuesday and Wednesday, July 16-17.
READ ON:
600 yards best English Oilcloth, 2 yards wide, slightly
damaged in transit across the ocean. Regular
40c, 35c and 30c per yard values, and all to be
cleared out at the phenomenally low price of
1 7c per yd. This is the biggest bargain
ever.1 First come will get the choicest pick in
patterns and quality.
Smi-i
Another Hot One
30 pairs Cable Net Curtains, 3 1-2 yards long, 52
inches wide, in beautiful scroll designs, will wear
and wash well. Regular $2.25 per pair. Pay
Day price $1.50 Pair
40 pieces odd lengths of Brussels, Tapestry and
Wool Carpets, regular $1.00. $1.40 and $1 yard.
Bargain price, 90c, 70c and 50c per yard.
Large quantity Matting Remnants. These are good
serviceable lengths in best Japanese linen wraps
worth 50c, 40c and 35c per yard. All to go at
22c per yard.
Last and not least���a large quantity of Window-
Shades in all colors and sizes. To be cleared out
at any old price as they are shop worn, but still
good. You all know the regular price well,
they're going for 50c, 40c, 30c and 25c each.
JOHN A. LEE'S\
Furniture Emporium
'Duponf Block, Columbia Street, New Westminster
Phone   73!
BSSKWIWBHSn
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN|YOU   BANK   Willi
Tne
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS  OVER
45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay inten si four times
a year nn SavlngB Bank deposits.
���     F.  B. LYLE,   Manager.
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C. P.   R-   Employees  Stole  Goods.
Winnipeg, July 16.- The police now
h iv four Canadian    Pacific   railway
employees   in ceils oa a charge pre-
ed by the company   of   stealing
. .-   from cars standing   In    tho
Is.   Runyan and MrickSon were nr-
res ed Saturday, and Orr nnfi Hicks,
two of their fellow-employees,   w*re
taken yesterday.   It is estimated by
officials of the C. P. R, that the opera-
* 'u   Of the thieves hero are carrleel
^      n by a gang of twenty-five, and most
if them are under surveillance   an I ,
likely to be nrrested at any moment.IM
* 'The   company   estimates   that   theft
* I have teen committed aggregating  ,'>3,
COO .1 month. : y : : :; ��� :;    j.
We will sell the balance
or our stock of
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TEA SETS
THE MORNING PAPER
TELLS THE NEWS
FIRS!
At 20 Per Cent. Discount
Off Regular Prices.
I on
ADAMS y DEANS
i THE   DAILY   XEWS.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily N'ews  Pub-
shiug   Company   Limited,   at   their
Jfiees,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
���treets, Xew Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.  Paige Manager
Don't be persuaded to use
imported salt on the giounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapest
in the end.
196 W
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mote,
ADVERTISING   RATES. > !	
Transient   display   advertising,    10  lowing from the  World    although    it
cents jeer line (nonpareil), 12 lines .0  does  publish eight lines    from    that
the   inch.     Five   cents   per line   for  paper, to suit its own end:
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents   per  line, brevier or nonpareil,	
10 cents per line. reception, to the Hon.    Richard    Mc-
For time contracts, special posi- Bride on Saturday evening was a very
tions, apply to advertising manager. ... .     ...   ..   .     ...
Notices of births, marriages or poor aftair ����mPared w'th t'18' which
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost Prince Fushinii received but a week
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent or two previous. And yet there are,
per   word.     Xo  advertisement taken  jusl now at  all  events," more    white
���Herniations  of Vancouver,"  and   that,: fore it bothers about Vlctorl
the people of the capital are "cursed  the Colonist arises in wrath and hurls
by insularity and narrowness of view."  a i ilumn of recrimination al  Its Van-
Now it is beyond question 'that some  couver cow irkers, declaring  that  tho
dollars   find  their way  into  Victoria political Influence of Vancouver Is op-
coffers because of Vancouver, so thai   posed i i  iny broad policy of develop-
the first statement, carefully qualified|ment, ad that���"Tbe trouble with the
as it is, can hardly be denied in toto; ; Pi ivince is that it ._) Insanely jealous,
and   as  for  "insularity  and    narrow-   li   is   beginning to  realize   what   Vic-
ness,"  are  there  not   narrow-minded I toria Is certain to become, and it  is
paper, to suit iis own end- |)00pl(>  '"  a" comn��""it'e.s?   But in-j endeavoring to injure this cltj  in the
"It is a sad  thing to have to say   btead ��f Iooki:i" at " in that Bensihle | opinion of those whom  it is able to
but the truth must be told, that the  *"ly' and telllnS the Province to take .reach.   We are glad to know that iis
 -���--              -- ��� e "eam out of Vancouver's eye be-   influence is exceedingly limited."
Can You Bea
for less than 25 cents.
telephones.
Day  Office    A22
lu. _ I- .     i-. *"
Night   Office  B22
WEDNESDAY,  JULY   17,  1907.
THE   WILD-EYED   COLUMBIAN.
in the Columbian   of   Monday���we
had  though! of describing it as "the
McBride organ," bul however severely
we may criticise thai gentleman as a
public man m- should not dream of offering bim such a gross personal Insult as would be Involved in even Insinuating thai he was In any way responsible for the article to which we
propose iii refer.    That article appeared, then, in the Columbian of Monday.
It is entitled "A Reptile of the Press,'
and   while  it   is certainly    sufficiently
suggestive ofsnakiness, and sliminess,
to  be classed among  the  reptiles,  we
must confess that it reminds us more
strongly of the yowling and spitting of
an infuriated Thomas Cat.
One thing it does which its writer
certainly did not contemplate. If
bears strong testimony to the widespread influence of the Daily News.
No doubt the consciousness that this
paper Is widely read and carries
weight, while the Columbian is regarded simply as a sort of journalistic
scandal-monger, had .something' to do
with the fury which appears l<> have
inspired the writer.
The ostensible purpose of the articli
was  to accuse this  paper of "lying."
because ll stated the fact that, while
large numbers of people were present
to welcome the premier home, both to
this city and  in  Vancouver, the occasion was not marked by any special
outburst of enthusiasm.   That, we say,
WeRS  i ii"  osteni Ible  purpose    of    the
article,  bul   the sting   of whal    was
printi el  in  the.-," colnmns  was nol  in
that  statement, but  in   the  quotation
from the London Times, which showed   thai   the   Daily  NTews  was    right
when  it   said,  weeks  ago.    that    the
words   ' final an 1  unalterable"  woul!
have  been omitte I  from  ihe- amen I-
i!..-.-.! to the B. \. A. Act, If Mr, McBride     e :  :  main d quietly   ia   Victoria.
lu.'led
people than Japanese in Vancouver.
But the procession of last, Saturday
was more band than anything else,
while that of the earlier occasion re-
' quired neither sounding brass nor
Unking cymbal to rouse it to enthusiasm. Possibly one per cenl.. jios-
sibly less, of the population nf Vancouver received the thanks of .Mr. Mc-
��� Bride for 'this magnificent reception,
joined i:i by all parties Irrespective of
political affiliations.' "
The above account mas' be true or
else why does ihe Columbian quote
from the Worl,1 and held i! up as an
example to be copied.
It also quotes that nauseous write-
up of the News-Advertiser commencing "When Caesar returned to Rome
with captured subjects ami hostages
at his chariot wheels, h ��� received no
more royal reception than was accorded to Premier McBride"; language
that absolutely holds up to ridicule the
whole procession, and ia apt to make
the province the laugning stock of the'
Dominion.
Finally we are not the only ones that
admire the colossal nerve of the Columbian in including itself among the
"decent provincial press." it is well
lhat it did so itself.
We have -.iot, and we presume no
one else has, the necessary imagination.
BOYS'
Knee Pants
A six-room modern House, in good >v..,,,.
a lot 55x165 feet,  all in fruit trees    "
block from city car,   on  Fourth Avenue
Price   $1,800
Half cash,
balance easy terms
Our stock is complete in this line.
TWEEDS, SERGES. CORDUROYS,
Fitting boys from 4 years of age to
15 years of age.
PRICES:
50c, GOc, 75c up to $1.75 the Pair
CIVIC JEALOUSIES.
The bickerings of othei' people are
generally pretty good fun for the onlooker, and New Westminster people
will find food for laughter in a quarrel
which has developed between those
coworkers in the cause of bail government, the Vancouver Province anil the
Victoria Colonist. The former has declared its conviction thai Victoria
"lives in a  measure upon the recom-
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Hale &  Lam
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PR0PER
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Phone  335 ,-.   '    '   '
P- O. Bo
READ THIS
!t May Be Just What You Are Looking FoJ
5 acres all cleared except one-half acre. 100
fruit trees, assorted; all kinds of small fruits.
Good house, small barn. About 3 1-2 miles
from tram office. This is a lovely place and
will not be long on the market. Enquire about
this at once.
McLEOD, MARK & Cl
"The Farm Land Speciat'iit.t,"
New  Westmimi
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Profess-
we should
men, ii   jn
ie.������-.   dai'
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'hi' arlicli
self ir, hardly worth   xl Hi
ie .i indii aatioii that
dare to criticise prov',r,ciai public
''>���' *���''.','.:<.' articl ��� and al-
peaks ol sir Wilfrid
.. whom :: li .:! anl fiie i egar i
,., high-minde i gentleman, as ho
were a mei i vulgai [rafter, ll le-
scribes fair criticism ol i he pu die ai -
ol public men si ��� "slan ler," and yel It
names certain private In li'. I Iua
are shareholders of :', - Daily News
Publishing company (on   uf �� b -.-..
the  way,  Is  in   Europe),  and  s| ;
as If they were i ach an i all p< - a
ally responsible for every word printed ta these columns! Again, accusing
i his paper of lying, it prints a string
of statemi nts aboul persons connected
wiili the Daily Xews, all of which.
except ; he s fate menl I hal some members en the staff were preseni al S tl -
urday night'e "fun tl in," are fai u .
and ii relte rate Hn old an 1 stupled
falsehood ol ll own In; onti i i aboul
Mr, .1. B.  Kenne l.v, M   P,
'I hi : e Is one   enl tmce In Ih   article
which we  maj   npproi   la -       q   iti :
"Whal  Is ihe'i.- to -'    talned, b yond
the gratification  of    personal    Spite,
from   the   dally   ch culal lon    of    unprincipled trash of this kind?"   That
is  a  question   which   we   lune   to  ask
ourselves after reading, say, four oul
of every five < ditorial articles iu the
('"Inuiliiaii.    In this case, unless Dai
Rumor  Is   very  much  mistaken
Columbian  fell  thai  ther
thing io be gained, beyond the gratification of its personal spite���although
that motive Is frequently all sufficient
for It���by the publication of the article
referred   to,    The  thing  lo  be gained
ware tin   warmer favor of the powi rs
al James Hav who have promised, we
are givc.i  to understand, fhat a nice
fai governmenl job shall reward th<
editor of the Columbian as soon    no
WHITE
SHOES
This Store has a display ofWHITE SHOES
that will interest
every man, woman
and child in this
community. It is a
great    season    for
WHITE CANVAS SHOES
Full sized lot on Agnes St  S650
Corner lot 5th St  $550
Lot on Ith ave., near .Sth St  S475
Cleared lot in Sapperton  $150
HAVE A LOOK AT OUR LIST
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P. PEEBLES
WHITE GOODS ARRIVED YESTERDAY
Ladies' \\ hite Oxfords, with big eyelets and leather heels, only $1.75 pair
Ladies' White Oxfords, with covered Cuban heels, best made, $2.50 pair
Lathes' Pink and Blue Canvas Oxfords, American make,    -   -   $3.00 pair
me
was some-
Men's White Shoes, in
high or low cut (the
kind that won't squeak)
$2.50 and $8.00 a pair.
Men's Canvas Shoes in
darker shades, good
make, $3.25 and $1.50
a pair.
mSFm
Child's White Canvas
Shoes from 90c up.
THIS
For all these white
and colored goods we
carry a complete line of
polishes:
White Nova, 20c a tin.
White Nova, large size,
35c a jar.
White E. Z. (Liquid) 25c
a bottle.
Colored Nova, (Pink,
Blue, Green, Red,
Brown, Lavender)
Yellow), 40c a jar.
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270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone Mil
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For Sale
'   ;'   C illingwood, three minutes walk M"|
B. C.   E.   R.   Railway   station;   2   acres  nearly    all    clean
f6nced;  new   "   ' " '��� cottage and household furniture,
gan;  BP,eai"'J  ��������� of water;  chicken houses and bam
"'""" and smaI1 fruH ������ and  na  cords of saleable  >   >d; ��
*h��'e thing In ��� nul sh���;i.    Par.y |eavmg  province  rM8on fof ������.]
mg  and has  instructed  us  to  sell   under  value.       For   pai
see ns.
FRASER VALLEY REALTY
COMPANY
Real   Estate   insu.
ince  and
NEW
asiness Brokers,
^STMINSTER.
Murchie  Eeock,
IS
room can decently be made for blm
the store for WHITE SHOES.    Come in and see them,
count it a pleasure to show you our new goods.
We
THE TRUTH HURTS.
The <'nJiiiiiliiau or yesterdays issue
contains excerpts from the Vancouver
|ia)nT- on the reception given to lhe
Hon, Richard McBride In Vancouver,
but, a^ usual, disdaining anything that
i   honest, it omits to publish the foi-
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THE SIGN OF THE
BIG ELECTRIC BOOT
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable'and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
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THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager     ^^
REAL ESTATE a���j INSURANCE Ied'
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Ciose at 5  P. M.
Pretty
Dress
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of their
Regular Value
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Mrs. I. J. Bailey au.l daughter from
Wenatchee, Wash., are visiting -Mrs.
I-'. ('. Meyers, a sister of the former.
Rev. J. S. Henderson will leave
next Monday on a trip to Eastern
Canada. He will be absent from the
City several weeks.
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, B 208.
Mrs. Laflamme and Miss Amiable,
nf Winchester, Ontario, are visiting
Mrs. Wells, of Sapperton.
Joe Wise, of the Depot hotel, lefl
,J. W. Galloway went up to Chiiliwack yesterday afternoon for the purpose of arranging the final details in
connection with the opening of a first
class restaurant in the busy little
town. The cafe will be on the main
street, a suitable pressed concrete
block having been secured for this
purpose.
Thirty dollars for the sale of cherries off one tree in a city garden is
not bad returns, especially when there
are 14 other fruit trees in full bearing
in the garden. This garden, 66x150
feet, with a 6 room modern house,
stable  an,I   chicken  house, all   within
NEMO
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CAMPERS' NOTICE
yesterday  for  Howe  sound,  where he   two blocks of street car can be bought
for $2250.    White,
bia street, city.
_i Shil-'s, .It.o Coluni-
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Reduced to save you money just when you need
them most. At this store you will find best selection and the prices lowest.
15c, 20c and 25c light printed Muslins, Check Ginghams, Fancy Grass Linens.
Special good lines up to 25c, regular reduced to    1 Oc
25c and 35c Printed Dimeties, Fancy Printed Muslins, plain and check
materials, Black and Navy Printed Foulards, Scotch and Canadian
Ginghams,  small check,  in white and  black,  white and pink or blue;
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also all shades in plain Chambrays, for cool summer wear. These goods
are rapidly advancing in price but we must clear them ail out and quickly
too.   So here you will find thousands of yards on sale now, per yardl 5c
|* 36 inch, Fine Lawn, beautiful eyelet embroidery patterns, a little change from
pure white, worth 50c, sale price  25c
1 $7.75 buys a Linen Robe, beautifully embroidered Skirt and Waist, cut and
,���      trimmed, ready to iit.   You can have one if you hurry. Were $12.50 each.
' Remember the sale of Dress Goods at 35c and 50c.   Goods worth double the
'      money and nothing more.    Suitable for the warm weather.
| Ou.' Wash Skirts at 95c and White Lawn Waists at 35c will give you an
loing in the big ready-to-wear department.
|��       idea of what is c
1 Table Children's
Wash Dresses
Choice. 50 cents
Mali Orders Filled Every Day
We save you hi
money on
linery.
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Intends to remain for the next couple
of weeks.
For nil kinds of cm flowers and pot-
ted plants, see Tidy, tin- florist.
I', o. Bilodeau, accompanied by liis
daughter Sophie, left yesterday morning for a couple of week's holiday in
Victoria.
Miss Grace Brown haa heen spend-
iii4 ;i   few  days  in  the City, the guest
of her brother.    Miss Brown was for
i considerable time an active member
I oi the Olivet Baptist church, but has
, lately been  living in Chiiliwack.
Bob Cameron has resigned the man-  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
agement  of  the   Vancouver  Lacrosse   tion, the result of frequent inroads on
! club,   a.id   has     been     succeeded     by
Lionel Yorke.    Sandy Cowan was ap-
I pointed to the position of vice presi-
! dent.    These changes were effected at
a special  meeting of the club which
��� was held on Monday evening.
W.  C.   Bowles,   A.   Q.   F    A.   for   thl
('. P. H. in Vancouver, was In the city
yesterday for the purpose of making
arrangements with the li. A. & I. society for tiie transportation of a carload of produce, throughout ibe
prairie provinces for advertising purpose. The car will be started on its
way after the conclusion of the' exhibition.
Kittie Lick, ibe Indian belle of ibe
Fraser river, lies in durance vile at
the police station, having been picked
up yesterday  in a  lamentable conili-
WATER WINGS
BATHING CAPS, Reg. 25c.
Fancy 35c.
Take with you our Mosquito Oil,   Hon- -
ey and Almond Cream,   Skin Soap   tor
sunburn, etc.
Can sell you a splendid Bath Towel.
D. S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spectades.Seeds
New Westminster
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it  is  necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
.You can rely upon Getting the
Best of Everything.
F. CRAKE
e-'irii juice.    Kiltie is dubbed the belle
of the  river miTi'ly out  ui'  regard  to    	
her feelings, because she is really one | Two   joon  from   Ceo. Adams
of the homeliest of tbe many  homely ^L^^^_
women  who yearly  make  the  trip toi   Ladies'Gold Watches  from  $12.75 up
English Watchmaker
Grocer
To rent���Xew T room house, on
Hth street: $12 per month. Small
i hree room house, partly furnished,
mar Queen's avenue. $lo per month;
rooms for single men near pipe works
$3 per month. White & Shiles, 260
Columbia street. ***
A special meel ing of the li. C. Amateur Lacrosse association has been
called for Thursday evening    in    the
this city from the north.
Two alcoholists, John .Mc.Xiff and
George Stein, separated from $2.50
apiece after being requested to do so
by Magistrate Corbould yesterday
morning. Shorty Wilkinson, a colored
ex-convict, ware ordered to leave town
within  thr' >  hours,    or    spend three
nionths in jail.
.rty hik.' I.
H. A. Belyea appeared before the
Court Registrar yesterday to be exam-
Vancouver Athletic clu!) rooms for the I ined in connection with tin- case now
purpose of settling the dispute arising   before the courts entitled  Belyea vs
from the protest registered by the
Maple Leaf club against the Vancouver club.
Tiie turpentine factory at Sapperton
Ii - been closed for the pasl couple of
I lys, and the boilers will no: ho st.art-
ei again fu:' a few days, A meeting
ol th.e directors of the company will
take place o:i Friday, when plans for
a large increase in the plant will be
discussed.
Three Indians, wno were discovered
: sterday afternoon with whisky in
their possession, are now in the city
lockup awaiting trial. The police are
keeping a clo_se watch on the Siwashes
who manags to obtain firewater at
regular inten als
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 Wellinan
Arctic Expedition.    All  warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
W. N. Draper
Calgary   Milling   company,  in     which |
plaintiff  seeks   to  recover    a certain '
sum  said  to l.e due  him for draying i
ami   hauling   flour   for   th"  defendant
company.
The Regina Intermediates have been
doing  considerable    practicing    since
their defeat un Friday afternoon last,1
and aie now in fine shape for the game .
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
iOO Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
tomorrow    evening at  Queen's    park,
when their old opponents, the west! rraser River Tannery
Enders, will cross sticks against them. 	
The Re ls are confident that  they will
the   victory    thii
Highest Cash Price Paid
be  able   to   secure
time,   and   have   tl'.e   following   i.trun:;     ���' ���tr���-r���rt-	
lineup:   H.  Gilford,     Peele.     Pearson,!    CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
.'.IcArthur,     Fitzgerald,     Mannerlnr,   ^^���ffB^w.a['tressrappTr-"Wnn^
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Chinamen are sup- ; sl"'in- Blown' ��- Smlth' Morrison, C.
posed to be the guilty parties, but, so : s'i>����' Robertson.
Messrs. Peters and Davies, of Chiiliwack, shipped fifteen tons of cherries to the .New Westminster cannerj
last week, and were handing checks for
the same to the growers early this
week.   As the entire week's shipments
restaurant.
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far, it   has been found  impossible to
orove a case' against theni.
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ARGAINS   BARGAINS
ON WEDNESDAY MORNING we begin one of the BIG
Clearance Sales. Our entire stock of Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear Goods and Fancy Goods, all new
and up-to-date stock, to clear at cost and below.
Seeing Is Believing
Call early and you will be convinced that this Sale is one
of the Record Breakers.
The WHITE HOUSE
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A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia Street
brought from four to five cents per
pound, these checks aggregated between $1200 and $1500.. Messrs.
Peters and Davies will continue to
act as agents for the Westminster
Canning Co., throughout the entire
season.
A Siwaah with tiie commanding
name of Alexander Douglas anil .a bottle uf Scotch uooze in his hip pocket
was ooralled by Officers Geiser an.l
Bourke last evening near the tram office, ami led off lo th.- police station.
He affirmed as he was led away that
be was only wanted for liis money, but
the officers denied that such Ignoble
designs lurked in their ample chests.
Mr. Douglas will have a chance to
square himself i.i the police court this,
morning.
ll. w. Saunders ,>..'.i F. VV. Wakon,
two Melbourne, (Australia) capitalists,
passed  through  the city  yesterday on
I their  wa>   to the  old  country,  where
| they  intenl to take  life easy  for the
i space   of   twelve   months   before  returning to the antipodes.    Mr. Saunders  is one of the largest, sheep owners in Australia, ami  is reputed to bu
one of the  wealthiest   men in  the far
away colony.    His    companion,    Mr.
Wakon, is the owner of a large cannery, besides being heavily interested
iu several other industries.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY���W.' furnish help of all kinds, farm, bush,
saw mill, railroad labor, hotel help,
etc., etc. male or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Employment Agcy.
506 Cordova street west Vancouver.
HOUSE    AND   TWO    LOTS  t I   rent,
i      splendid   location;   corner  site  on
car line, eight minutes    from    post
office.     Apply   P.   A.   Daily   News
office.
FOR   SALE���One   second-hand   range,
suitable for large restaurant or Iog-
i ging camp, GftxIjft.Giu.   Apply to Alex
Speck, Second Hand Store, Speck Blk.
e Dr. T. Hoggan, M.R.C.V.S., Edinburgh,
Veterinary Surgeon
Having commenced practice in Xew
: Westminster, messages can he left at
j D.   S.   Curtis'   Drug   Store,   Columbia
street;  'Phone 43, until I have made
my office arrangements,
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively In timber. Have large and saiai.
tracts on water. If you wish ��
buy or sell, see me. "i. R. Chandler,
4u7 Hastings St.. Vancouver, B.C.
MALE TEACHER wanted for Third
Division of Boys Central School,
Xew Westminster, B. C. Applications will he received by the .undersigned until Monday, July 22, 1307.
ROBERT  LENNIE, Secretary.
The pig found ami advertised two
months ago by Mr. George Newm ^'. of
1 _0 Sixth avenue, will be sold to defray  expenses  if not  claimed    inline.
(Mutely.
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AN OPPORTUNITY FOR FINE HOMES PLACED ON THE MARKET
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Upland, Bottomland, Second   Bottomland
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A few hundred acres to be sold in five, ten and twenty acre blocks,
within the next thirty flays.   Splendid land, fine location.   Write to
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I G. W. HI NES, Westminster Junction.
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Make your own appointment, and I will drive you all over the property.   The fiirst comers will have first choice.    No Agents fees.
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WyJ,!bZ:^-h''.km THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
JULY 17
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CHINAMtN ANO OffW
CONSPIRE TO DEFRAUD
Thirteen Sallow Celestials
Foiled In Attempt to Escape Head Tax.
Vancouver, duly 10.���What appears
to be a well organizer conspiracy for
smuggling Chinamen into Canada has
been discovered on board the C. P.
ll. steamer Tartar, ami customs officials here are much t xeit< d over their
find. What with $"i00 headt.ax and $1,-
000 tine to -which the C. F. K, ���% ',
liable are considered, it is reasonable
to relieve that tin- company's officials
Id'-   al to  excited.
Thirteen Chinamen were discovered
stowed away in the steamship Tartar
yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock.
Some were found in the extreme forward part of the holel, while others
were stowed away in the coal bunkers. Suspicion was aroused on Sunday night when several Chinamen
wen- seen novering around thc ship
ln row boats, Strict lookoul was kept
all during the' night an.l yesterday until the officers could make a thorough
search.
About b o'clock tin- snip's (row were
corralled on the upper deck i.i charge
of Inspector McQinnon, while other
officers made the search. The searching party consisted of .1. M. Bowell,
collector o|' customs: Chiei Landing
Waiter fi. Aitken. Assistant Landing
Waiter J, E. Fagon, Officers McKin-
iion, Cosgrove and McAllister.
After going over the ship carefully,
three Chinamen were found in Uie
forward part of the hold, and a continued search found ten more in the
hunkers. Greai excitement spread
through the ship's crew as the search
was being made, and it is believed
that, stowaway's fellow-countrymen
were doing all they could to aid them
to gain their freedom. When found
the stowaways were grimy with coal
dusi ami. needless to say, hungry,
though none showed signs of extreme
suffering from their long confinement,
making it apparent that they had received some assistance from some of
the crew. There was no luggage found.
The Chinamen were taken to the detention sheds and will be held there
until ,a steamer leaves on which they
can be deported. Two of the Orientals
wer.' found tii be great big -six-footers, with every indication of being
had characters, and the officers feel
that they have made a successful cap-
tuie in not letting these thirteen stowaways get smuggled through.
Jt is reported that three ti. m
Chinamen we:-" taken from the steamship Tartar this morning and placed
in the large cell with the stowaways
discovered yesterday. Officials will
not talk regarding this wholesale
stowaway scheme, am] it is not given
oul authoritatively whether the three
men, placed in the cell today are stowaways, or members of the crew held
under suspicion of aiding lhe other
men. Presumably though they are
stowaways, or they woul I not I e pul
in communication with those they had
bei n aiding. The Chinamen detained
are non-communicative, and even
through interpreters an- shielding
those who were instrumental in bringing them here.
The   customs   house     officer..     an
taking ,e thorough investigation, and
devi lopments may reveal a sensation
in the i'iin in smuggle the Chlnami n,
as the stowaways were supplied with
��� dding ami othi r luggage, which was
discoven ei this morning. It is Impossible for tin'- numb, r e.r Orientals l"
conceal thems Ives on board withoul
the knowledge or some member of tfl��
��� rew, and officers are making a rigid
invi stigation to place the blame v - ���
-longs,    n has  bet i said thai   he
��� i nshlp Tan;.:- may bi   liable in a
1 ��� avy n.i.   ie-   ih,. customs.
Five mi tr iei ��� -'!' tie- e rew ha. i ���
arrested an i p it In Ih <������ ll ia the 'l"-
t- ntion shed, held on suspicion. Tho ������
under arrest an reported to be No.
il fireman, the boatswain's mate, the
carpenter's mai , tiie  |   uti < man and
oil" other.
Residential New Westminster
"The Site of Beautiful Homes.r
The following list carefully compiled to date contains most of the
choicest residential plots in the city for sale. Prices are most
reasonable. Several lots have fruit bearing trees. Just the kind
of home you want for comfort. Read our list of Ranches and
Farm Lands for sale.
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HOWAY,  REID &    . ,...,.
tors,   solicitor!,  S^M
street,  opposlK      , .,,   I*1 lo-
Westmlnsler
Westminster
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W. J. White. UEdm
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MR. J- P. HAMPTON BOLT
tor of the : , r5.
Canadian
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offlce, New  v. ,.r,Wte'
loan.
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corner  Clarkso    and Urae XI
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9 Lota corner of Brunette
St. and Distillery St.. subdivision 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
11 and 12 in lot 13, Sub.B.
1, Sapperton. Price $ 1500,
half cash, balance 6 and i 2
nionths at / ner cent.
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. Ba!. easily cleared.
Subdivision of lot 4ti, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by  us.    This magnificent  property is
situated on the comers of Fourth ave- I
nue,    First    street    (facing    Queen's'
park-   and   Emory street,  comprising]
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
Firsl street at $700 (except ing the cor- I
ner  lot   facing  Fourth    avenue    an 1
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per  lot;   four lots,   52   1-2x85,  $450;
five lots, $400.    Call at our office on :
Front street and inspect plans.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,'
north side between First and Second
streets, No. 5, 6 and  7.    Price $400
each or $1100 for the three. ��
Full sized lot, north side of Ham- j
ilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $225.
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160 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway;  25 acres stumped,
iu acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x2S I 7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
and lean  too 10x22;   barn 30x32 and   $350 cash, balance on easy terms,
lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x16;   two
chicken houses, each    10x12:    wagon
shed 20x30;   small  milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price,1
$(1000;   $2000 eash, balance easily arranged eat 7 per cent.
House 30x42, 4tb St., between 4th
an<l 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St. Price $3)800:
$1,500 cash, balance at !j>500 per year
at 7 per cent.
2% storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance G and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1 lot N'o. 24 on 13tb. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. Sl to 86 and 95, S5 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; Bmall
160  acres,  .
$40 per acre
miles  from city
Two lots on ISth street, between   7th and  Sth  avenues.
160 acres in Surrey; S 'u of
SAi of sec 9, township 2., Log
house. 16x24, and chicken coops,
small bam; 60 fruit tries; 12
acres cleared, 4 acres under
cultivation and S acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, '- cash, balance in 12 nionths at 7'',
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1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, 55%xl66, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms 5200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
No. 310.���9-roomed House am
room. Agnes St. $3,000: ^
balance 3 and 6 months at 7
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   ani
room, Agnes  St.     Price $2,500:
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7
Block 12 on 12th St., east side;
full sized lots.    Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
24 acres in Sunbury; 6 chains water
front; 12 acres cleared; 8-roomed
house, lath and plastered; wood shed,
chicken ham and fruit trees of all '
kinds. Price $3,000. Terms one-third
cash, halance 6 and  12  months,
$3,500, subject to 10 months
lease. .Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avenue.
Splendid location, now rented tor
$30.00 per month; lease can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
good paying investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
Double tenemeni house, 4th Ave.,
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot. Price $1,700;
cash half and half In ti months at 7%.
Rents for $10 each tenant.
40 acres V. section 14, N. Vs of E. '._:
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bridge off
Haworth road, Surrey; house 1Sx2G.
\i/2 storey house, 3 rooms finished, another 3 can be added upstairs; small
shack, 4V2 acres cleared and seeded
with clover, red; fairly easih cleared.
One mile from shingle mill. Price
bath $1,200;. terms half cash, balance 12
j   nionths at 7 '..
Full sized lot  No.  12 on Royal Ave.
and Mh St.   Price $,1050,   half cash,
hath   balance at 7 '; per annum.
i2 '     Westerly 4. 11  of 63, Sub. Block 5,
132x132 corner 100 feet square;    two
houses drawing $28 per month.   Price
[(' $5,000, half cash, halance in C and 12
months.
100 ST.".  U of Section 26, Dist. 12.
 I villa street.   .1 , ��� ;     \itrt{n K f>
| W. Wea't, w. i,   McQuarrie, fl
Bourne.    Mr. Martin wij ^ r
Westminster offi ��� _ every m���\
ternoon "���'
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister!
Solicitor, Guii', n block, Coi
bla and UcKenz ts, Nev \n
minster, li. C.
W. MYERS gray,      rister,Solhi
and Notary Pu   Ic, In pi      . s
iS'Jl at New v. ���   minster. B.C,
Bees remove,! to I     tie Block,)
son   street, opp    le   Court HoJ
P.O. Box 169.   Ti lephone 61.
W.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 j>er cent.
%  acre between    Queen's and  3rd
Ave. on west side of 10th; No. 5 and
6, Block 4S;  132x165 feet; ail cleared
and  fenced.   Price  $1050;  $550 cash,
Full sized lot on Third street, be-j balance in 6 months,
tween Royal and Queens avenue east
house,   chicken    house,    175    choice 132;    orchard    of    apples, pears and
chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash. iP'ums.   Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, balance on time at 7 %.
1  1-2  house, C   rooms    and    flush      .  )o[s corner Qf slpp{ tie(WK,n gth
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd  and 9th Ave. on 2ad St., side of 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price St.. equal to one acre; partly cleared.
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at  *500' half cash-     A splendid   opportunity for investment.
More exclusive  properties just  listed
with us for sale.
Lot 5, opposite    Knox church, Sapperton, east side Columbia Stree: on
car line.   $350 cash.
3 lots south side of Sixth Avenue:
verv light clearing; 60x115% feet on
Sub. Block 10.   $105f cash.
4 lots on Fifth St -eet. 11, 12, 13, 14,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 1". $350 each, half
cash, balance 6 ii ^nths at 7 '.,
House corner of    7th St.   and  4th   10 acres,partly cleared;  Kanaka creek
Ave.;  9 rooms;  2 full sized lots, 66x   running through; good road; one Mile
north of Webster's corner; shingle
mill and P.O. at the west corner; timber worth $7 per acre;  cedar and flr; |
F. H AN S FORD, Barris.
Solicitor, f . ''.-'--'ii'. big
corner Columbia and McKei
streets, N'ew Westminster, B. C,
BOARD OF TRADE���N'ew Westn
ster Board of Trade meets 1
Board Room, City Hall, as lo
Second  Wednesday of each mm
Quarte.ly meetings on the s��
Wednesday    of     February,
August and November, at S p.]
Annual meetings    on   the 6��
Wednesday    of     February.
members   may   be   proposed
elected at any monthly or quarte
meetiig.   A. E. Whi":, Sec.
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4   miles    from    Port    Haney.      Price
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balance ar-!
ranged.
S.-W. Sub. Township 13; some timber;'
railway  runs  alongside;    olil   B-acre  or-
chard.    Price ft",  per acre; terms $1,000 (
. ash, balance In three .-mieii payments.
1 acre clay, house on tram line near
Joyce station;  partly cleared;  fenced i
across front facing tram line.   $1000,
$700 i ash. balance arranged.
side, new house; $1500.
Two lots, block 34, lot 0, $lniiii each.
fJOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU WANT BETTER THAN THIS?
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, IVs storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, In good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $3500 cash, halance 0
and 12 months.
This property is only % mile from
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chiel; -
houses corner
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, he-JAgnes;  full sized 1
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all clear
ed. $1,200, $800 cash
Merrival    and
city 1 lock 31,
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on Sth Ave. Price .$750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
sueet and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.    Single lots at cash.
Four and one-half acres between
Seventh and Eighth avenue; south
side of 1st street.    Price $2,500.
Lot 14 on Fifth avenue, sub B, 10
of .sub 9, $300 cash. y_ cleared; size
55 feet by 132 feet.
Large Iot and  two cottages on Co-
Both renteel
at $10 each.
lot 11 j    one house rents for $25, the
other $10;   flush  closets and all con-1 iumb)a street .Sapperton.
nected    with    sewers.      Prici  $3,500.
Cash $2,000,   balance in 6, 12 and 18
months at 7 'A. ��� ,        .   ,,
One and one-half storey liouse and
N.-E.  ;,  of Sub. 1!'. Township 10- some   ,,,,,   _.e ,���   ,, ,    . ���,     ,   , n.  _.__        ,
timber.    Price $15 per acre; terms $1,000   ful]   sue   lot'   situated   north Bide   of
cash, balance easy. Royal avenue and corner of McKinnis
Lots 14 and IS of 1 of G cf .4 | street; ii rooms; bath room, hot and
(cleared.! Price-$500; for in" two, 1-2 ; cold water, closet; woodshed; young
cash, balance C months at 7 per cen!.   bearig   fruit trees;   streets  on   three
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street cf 11 ef l sides:   flI)e vfew-    Price *1.800. $900
3, cleared.   Price $275; 1-2 cash, bal-   cash-
ance, C months at 7 per cent. Lot facJng ,ml g,
2 lots on Sth St. between   5th and   and 3rd Ave., second
hel ween Q Ii . ifs
lot from Queen's
Acreage on  Vancouver road,
corner
ens and ducks could he sold with the  of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acre-
property at a snap.
28 acres on Mara road, Burnaby.
��160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 %.
No. 3iii'..-rO-rooii.ed house, with hath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,C00; terms % cash, balance
:; and C monl hs at 7 ���;.
House,    full    sized    lot,   on    Keary
sl t,  Sapperton;   rents for  $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
i
age is selling fast at this price.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40 j
acres under cultivation, 10 acres   ir-
chard,   3+  acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running I
Gth Ave. on east side; ful' sized, cr>-
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmandlng
situation:   Third   avenue,  at   foot   of
three in all, stable 8 cows and' A1) modern conveniences
John ib CoppJng, ol Abbotsford, I -
applied for a recur,i of 100 Inches of
water from a stream running through
th   S.W. quartei of   ectlon 21, town-
������ dp 16.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
spring; house 18 x
x  32;   1 l-post   frame house  ami  co.v
���table
2 span  horses;   near Mission Station; !
schools,    churches    near    at    hand; :
���-'earner lamls twice a elay;  aboul  100
acres timher, flr and cedar, nevei been
logged;  $2,000   refused  for   standing j
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; ben
bouse made of hewed timber Laid :n!.
mortar, 12 x 30.   A obance of a lifetime, $9,000; $4,000 -ash, balance at 6 '
per cent.
No, 308.���8-roomed House,  with bath
loom,   etc.;   Agnes   St.      $2,500;   K\
casb, balance 3 and fi mos. at 7 r..
frame ham 30   l''"'1 street.   Two and one half-storey
. : house.
Ten rooms (recently papered;
hot    and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice .'awn; lot
60x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set oul with fruit, trees. Price $2,750.
$l,.'oo cash, balance arranged.
160 acr' - on the Scot! road, 15 acres
cleared; ham 50 x 30; stablei . etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre. $1,000
cash, balance easy.
ICo acres In Surrey, 5 acres cleared,
fenced on road side, $1,800, half cash,
balance on time at G per cent., subject to sale of timber.
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared;  lane
alongside   and   hack.      Price    $1,000;
half cash, balance easy at 7 %.
One lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street, $1,050,
for sale exclusively.
150 acres Improved land, buildings
anel slniis complete, near Cloverdale;
all   under cultivation. $15,000.    [f you I
can   handle   this,  don't   delay;   it's  a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
160 acrea good farm land In Delta,
about .';'_. miles from river, near Scott
road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
ROYAL CITY  PRECEPTORY.NoJ
R. B. K. Of I, meets Imj
Friday of each month, a' |
p. m��� In Orange hall, corno|
Royal avenue and 7th street.
Journing Sir Knights ci I I
vited to attend. W. E. DunlopJ
P.; J. Hood, Reg,
LOYAL  ORANGE   LODGE, NO. I
���Meets in  Orange ball first i
third Friday in each month at il
m.    Visiling hrethren are cordliT
Invited to attend.    W. Pope,W.I
James Humphrey, Rec.-Sec.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, N0..'|
The regular meetings of this Ml
are held in Oddfellows' ball, OoW
bla street, every Mon ��� ��� ,:j
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethrenfl
dially invited to attend. S, GrtW
N. O.; C S. Richmond, V G.; M
Coatham, R. S.j J. W. Ma DoM|
F. S.; Alex. Adams. Treas.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE NoJ
���jMeetings the flrst and third Ttw
day In each month. Vlslff
brethren cordially Invitee! to atten*
Lodge room, A. 6. U. W. ball, Odj
fellows' block, Clarkson street,
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis flif
master workman.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE Nil
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. M
Red Rose Degree meets Second att
Fourth Wednesday of each moaV
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia S'-'���
8 p. m., White Rose De'. I, F"lirt^
Wednesday in each month, f'-m%
time and plane. Visit li ��� BretbNl
cordially invited. E. B, ?m\
combe, Pres., H. Disnei   Si    '-'I
Pari i f 'nt 369, joins Lake Commur,
aieou: 70 ai res, only $25 per acre.
Half cash,   .lump.
2 lots, 20, 21;
(corner)   $175.
streets.
No. 20, $170; No. 21,
Durham  and  Second
COURT BRUNETTE, No. -099. I.Ojfl
���Meets the Fourth Ft i '" ?
month nt 8 o'clock, In Tl'<' ^
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visltinsi
brethren are cordially in\ led ''"'j
tend. J. B. Rushton, C. H; '��� rl
Maxwell, R. S.
as For the above four properties a
special juice will be made to one purchaser.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.
n oil
Hotel Guests.
Guichon���A. Herger, Montreal; M.
A. Wyi.ie. Victoria; A. W. Ellis, London; R, B. Sallison, Vancouver; w. J,
Hogg, Winnipeg; J, li. Smith, Seal
tie; W. Pinch Page, Victoria; W.
Norman Hole, city.
Windsor George E. Jones and wife,
Barnet; J, Stewart, Tacoma; .1. H.
Johnstone, .Milestone', Sask.; E. M.
Patterson, C. A, Charl on, Robert
Miller, Seattle; \v. vv. Ross, strath-
cona; .'. V. Capping, Abbotsford; P,
Gronkda, Sumas; Mr. and Mrs, Saw-
y< r, Portlan I, ore.
Colonial���J. D.    McGtircheo,    Vancouver; A. H. Sage, P, w. Sage, Hath-
drum. Idaho; R, I'.all.iram, Vancouver; ]
E. w, Sliarpe, Havney,
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Teflephone   333
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Front Street
Telephone   333
ting.'
Secow
A. O. F.���The regular mo
this Lodge are held on 'I"' - .,���
and Fourth Tuesdays of.each mon**
at 8 p. m. in Ihe Oddfellows f��"_
Visiting Brethren are cordiaJy "7|
vlted to attend. E. C. Firth, u-w
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
PERANCE meet
at 8 o'clock  p.  m.,  I"
THE  ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TE
every Wednesdwa
v   y Oddfellows}
Hall,   Columbia    slreet.     Visit���!
Brethren are cordially Invited w
tend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. B. Br0"
Sec.
80N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT*   ���
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE 19^
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the FT
Third Tuesday of everj
K.    of   P. Hall.     John
Chief; J. J. Forrester. Rec. S''
ninl
month ��
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,t,DIAN     HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
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Domlnloi   ..,,- -   ,,  th
Britisl   Colum
Prov
inion Lands with-
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dead of a farnil;.
ears of   age, to
inurter   section of
less,
iiade personallj  a
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Ltent o    "
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Iie homesteads Is required to per-
���h, condition* connected there-
., lie following plans:
,, |eaa months' residence
f 01   ,,:    the laud  in
'earn.
il  mother, if the
i   the homestead
,   in  Uie vioinit.
the   require
���   ii,: J  lie satisllc:
residing    with   the
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:,. ��� has his perman-
arming laud own
.:.:���������  of his home
ents    af   y- rei
ed    hy residence
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li   vTil :ii��.- should
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SEALED   ���..
Commi Hom
Departmenl o
eii   Oh   :|le    i
be     If-    :      ..
at   tin,  li
���   '    given   thai   thirty
lati   wi   Intend to apply t'i
Chii    Commissioner of
Works   for  permission   to
���   timber from
hinds, situate
Kitsumg illun,  valley:
on Dominion La'ds in the Province
of British   Columbia.
Sealed
Commission1)) of Dominion Lands, De-
lartmenl  of the Interior, and nnr'e;��.|
ou   'iie- envelope "Tender for Timber
Commencing a' post  Berth No. 521," wii: he received a' .his
-    S   E   cornei   about 20 miles   Department until  12 o'clock noon on
o   \orth Fork of  Wednesday, th" 24th daj of July, L90"7
Tenders for a License tc Cut Timber   eiehty chains and south eighty chain.; TENDERS    FOR    DERRICK,    SCOW,
to  point  of commencement. BOILER  AND   ENGINE.
5.   Commencing at ;. post set clo .���.
,  to N'o. -I stake, thence    �����.���-���    eight 'ENDERE    -Hrfssed tothe under-
Tenders    addresse,i to the  cl,alrl^- soutli eisjylitx chains  east   ,lgh- signed at Ottawa, and marked on the
ty  chains  ami   north  eh;ht>   chain-;  to envelope-     Tenders   foi'   Scow.   H'	
point  of commencemenl Engine, Boiler and IVrridk for buoy
J, P. THOMPSON. service,   British   Columbia,  oi   I le
New Westminster, B. C, 30th May, for scn��   alone," win he received up
1907
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Kitsumgallun   river   above   Kit-
���'"    a   11 -ense  to cut timber on   hor b
noon on  \f     ,,
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on   Bert)     ...
Bltuati  m th.   Provinc, ol ::   tl I    ������
umbia oi   thi    wes   Bid.
Lak<  mr   cle - iribed
ll:;i��'   lake,   thence   running   as
",,,v-       10 chain     wesl    See    ehalus No   ~'Ji   comprising  lands  situate  in
���    '    chain    . i" chains north, tb-e Province  of British  Columbia,  to
chains  east.   80   chains   south,   40 'In- East of Chehalis Creek ami  Lake
tlmbe     'i'""   v'"    "    bain   south to point I and comprising 5 blocks, described as
land """""ncement fo|1()ws.
in N'o. 41.���Commencing at post
lantw   ae the head ol  Kitsumgallum
to  the
20th   DAY   OF JULY, 1907.
for supplying  and delivering  at  Victoria,  a   wooden   scenv   nnd  the   erection on board  of a steed derrick  with
i     Iheballi
ollows:
Block   1.
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on hoisting engine,  boiler and other  ac-
Dominion Lands in the Province of cessorles   according  to   specification;
British Columbia. also   for  supplying   am!   delivering  at
*���- Victoria  where directed.  ���,  double ey-
SEALBD TENBERS addressed tothe Under  tandem hoisting engine,   winch
Commissioner    of    Dominion     I_ands, to have four hoisting drums and  two
Comprising  that    portion   Department of the Interior, and mark- winch heads, an upright steel tubular
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those
which in- to the wi . ,       Lake
and oir :���i. i  ������ -,       .,    | ...     .
2   "���""���' Se b    	
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he south li
v ������    quar e m 14,   ai
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Te.v-.-ii hip 6      11 iu Ran
thi   7 i.  Meridian   coi - ���
ol     310 acn     i or les
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..������chased al ?:
[ and $20 for au
������   than   320 acres bis Di
���   one individual oi     iffice of the i
���  the rate of ten   -,. ,.  : .
accomp
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;        nder i      i
���.  wes   banl   aboul    20 chains   ""r;  TImber Berth No 44, Block  I,  ed on the envelopi   "Tender for Tim    steam   holler of 30 horse  power  ca-
���    ie   moutl   o:   Kitsumgallum  and Timber Berth 254 Block 1, of Sec-
liortloni   o ;.lhi, where II  enters lake, thence 40   tion 23,
Township t.  Range 30, West
160 chains    Bouth,    40 ���      rhe 6th  Meridiem,   containing an
easl um      ,   tesi  to the shore, arei  o   nt acres, more or less
ilong shon   to point of com-      Blooh 2._Bounded on the wes   b
'""h Chehall   Creek, on eh.- eas   by Timber
a   No   12    Commencing al post. Berth 298 Block l.and th< easl bound-
:"'1 :,:''     "'    halm  south of the ary of Bame produced    northerlj   to
west   o   "   i.   No   7941, thence Timber  Berth 29S    Block 2:    on tho
chains   wes      6i    halns  south, 40 north  b    Timbe   Berth 264  Bloc
os no   h to point and 298 Block 2   and on the south bj
omm ii  e tn i
ber Berth No. reii." will be received paclty, and a structural steel derrick.
at  this  Departmenl    until  12 o'clock Specifications of the machinery  --'i
noon on  Wednesday, the 31s   da    ol plans of the derrick can be obtained
July, 1907,'for a license to cm timber at the Departmenl here, m the agei
on   Berth   No,  523,  comprising  land cy  of this  Department, Victoria,    at
situate In the Province of Britisl  Col- the  Customs   House,  Vancouver,  and
umbia, and described us follows the  Customs   House. New  Westmln-
Timhe    Berth   N'o.  523,  comprising ster, B. C.
the north-east quarter of Section   15, Tenderers must   furnish    plan
and  thai   [Minion of    the  north wes the boilers  and  engines offeree],  and
quarter  of  Section   II  >i          ', Stati      I h.    earliesl     possible   time   In
mmlssioner ol Do
. v a  ' :   Intenl I m
Timber  Berth 471   (being approxlma- which  they  will    agree to  make  th
Tin ���-   Berth 254 Block 1, containing tely the aorth 36 chaInB)    ,���    ��� del   -
  acing at post   an area ol  726 acres, more or less. sl|i|1 -   ���.,���.,��� ���_ Weg|  Qf   ft.     ,  .       ,....,., ...   .,���.,,,,....  fr>]. (1|(, th,	
1 ;   corne   ���        Block 3      ' nenclng at the south Meridian, containing an  area  ol tides     Iz., engine, boiler and derrick
lot thenc(   10 chains west,   eas     corner   of   Timber   Berth  298 acres, more or less j wtll   be  received,   and   Separate   tei
160   Blocl   -. thence north-easterlj al right      The berth musl be surveyed w   I  - le     fi      hi   scow or tenders for all
to   ie    ea   ���        boundarj    of one year after the date of the notice togethe
said Berth 298 Blocl. 2, 2 miles; thence awarding the berth. An accepted cheque on a chart.",.'
no   I  westerl Ighl angles to last      The regulations undei   whlcl Canadian  hank equal  to  20^   o   ���'
54 chain-    thenci   south west- cense will  he    issued,   also    printed whole amount of the tender musi nc
erl    al  righl  angles to lasl course, 2 forms of tender and envelope, may be company each  tender.      The  chequ<
easte I     boundary   of   said obtained al this Departmenl o   a   the accompanying    the   tender   accepted
il  commence-   Bertn -"'v Block 2: thence south-east- office of the Crown Timber Agent ai *'"1 he  forfeited  if the party tender-
a ong said  boundary to place of N'ew Westminster, B. C. i'1- declines to enter into a contract
noi o   commence-
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���Commencing i    post
1 e no       wes    corner of
- o. No  43, thence in chains west,
'    i halns  soutl    :    chains east, 160
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pounds shall be
- output.
W. W. CORY,
-��� ���  Dl   bi
��� .   ��� :.'     ation of
:.:    will not be pai .
n    \,    :..            n   ncing at the be&inning, excluding    therefrom    any       Each tender  must   be  accon  ian!ed ��r  fails  to complete    the work   con-
I   wesl  come           i      .,,���   No   44. Porti��n of   Timber Berth   308, which hy an accepted cheque on a cha:-'-'red tracted  for, and each cheque will  be
160   chains mignl fal1 * :'!llri ;he same, containing bank in  favour of the  Depul    o   the returned Immediately in case of non-
60 chains north :,n area of St'4 acres, more or less. Minister of the Interior, for the am-   acci   ��� r a  fender.
to poinl  of co             ment.                       Block  4.���Commencing  at    a point ount of the honus which the applicanl The  Department  does not  bind  faro  Xo   4,.      ,.             ed .,.  the on tb    easter     bo ndary of Timber is prepared to pay for a license. self to accept the lowest or any tenor th wi        erni         location N'o. 4
der
"���nce
L20
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chains
LANE
EGISTRY   ACT.
���   :' a' applic .
-������    !"   renci   Marj
[ aer in  Fi i   �� n
���   Deed from Thi   Cor-
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the
.   A    It.  1902   of all
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emlses    sil
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Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
SEALED TENDI RS add
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D        if the 1       e :.
m the envelope    rendi
Berth No. 51S
-   r    . Ini ���   of Bi.-   al this    D< partnn
n on \Vedn< - la     Lh
1907   E ir .. lice ise : - -
N,<   51S    '   mi rising
-   .       n I ii   Province <
to thi   wesi  o   Chi m'.is C
sei   ed as I
Timber Berth  N -   "->     -
��� 1  ,e-
-     livis   ��� -
A   ol lol .
ou   .       ���   eby re-
���lie   claims   o
In   :���'���-: i'"
firsl   publicat    .
: ���:��Ise 1 sh.,11 regis-
Eveleigh as owner
And  I  hereby direct
this notice tor thir-
-  newspaper publish-
: ster will be good
���- thereof.
���   Land Registry Office,
Province Of British
-    !. daj Of April. A   D.,
of S ig nortii
C.   S.   KEITH,
District  Registrar.
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of  rii . ��� -   Be       . ��� I tha
of  Sei tion 32   outsid     I 'in   -       ���
264 -'ti I sii.l Berl i  2S i   In T  n tishi]
i. Range 30, Wesl of :bo 6tb Me
���   be north hal   m I the    - ���
���; Section 26, the- north half
tn 1 the south-wes quai te See tlon
_���.. the easl half Sei Hon : " n n
half Section 32, Se -1 ons 13 II "'���
and those portions of Sectin-" 2a and
36 outside Timber Berths 2S0, :' il a'i l
272, In Township I. Range I. We sl of
the 7th Meridian; also Sections 3, I.
5, the north half and south-easl quai
.,    gei tlon G, Sei tlon    7, S, the noi h
.���ed with this notice, hal   and the south-wesl quortei  Sec-
through or under tion 9, tl"' south-easl quarter Section   .
���    ons  claiming  any 10, the south half Section 16, the sou
ild land by virtue of half and the north-wei - quarter Sec
I  Instrument, and all tlon 17, the north hair and south-easl
'   any  interest   in   the
���   ������
-   rth. 4      '    - - ,   ���     ���      ' -     . :-
  south    to
point  of commi ucemen
No. 4 7.���Post  p      ed    '  the
mer of location No, 44,
160    chains
chains    eas       160    i hain1?
oi c immencement.
No   4S    Pos    plan ���    aboul
the    ae    '    west
e orner of T. L. No. 7943, thi ni     inn
is  wes .        -     soutl      160
3 eas       ��� --    to   iIver,
poinl   of cornei
Clain   No   49      ' lante     at tl
co   .        ������      T   i,   7943,
vest,   40    ch
.  i    160   chains   eas      40    cha
to        t of i        enci ment.
iim No. 50    Pos     lanti I  abi
... ...':,',-   cor-
���  ,   'a No.    4v   thence    ^'
chains wes    SO i hal is        h, SO chains
50 i       ts soul nt of i
Claim No   _ I    P >si  plante I at the
.   .  wes     orner of T, L. No.  791
160 .   ;i:i^  west,    40   cha
nortl     160 cl   Ins    east,    40    chains
. ncement.
Cl iim   No,   52    Posl   planted  about
hains wes    if I        mth easl cor
ner   of   T.   I..   No   7943,   thence   160
west,  10 i h i ������:���=   south,    160
tain    east, 40 cha ns nortl   I      oinl
o   ' inuneni "neat.
Located   M i.   3,   1907.
Locate
WII.t 1 \M MOOD'S .
FR Wi. V VNDALL,
Agenl   !���'   VANDALL,
Berth  302  Block 1,    5 chains    south- The highest or tiny tender not  nec-
ndy  from  the  r     |  easl   corner essarily accepted. Newspapers  Inserting   this   advert-
'     ���' .   ihence  south-easterly   along No tender by telegraph will he en- Isement  without   authority   from   the
-      .:-���,   boundar;   8i -chains, more tertained. Department will not be paid.
to   '       angle     in    -aii   ea-e PERI 1'V (1. KEYES, T''-  GOTJRBEAtJ,
boundary of Timher Berth 302; thence Secreti Deputy  Minister of  Marine  and
north-easterly, at. right angles to last Depart mem of the Interior,
following 'ho boundary of said Ottawa. May 80th, 1907.
...    40 cha as;    thence north-     ~        ~~       ~              '	
to flrst course 80 LAND  REGISTRY  ACT. Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Fisheries
Ottawa. Canada, 28th  Mav, 1007
i -   ni'- 'e oi  less,  to    correspond
with   length of    firsl  course;     thence
westerlj       iralled    to
course   4' is, to    point  of com
mencement   con .   oi area of
. -   more or les.
Bio   -        -   mmencing ai i poinl on
ihe eas ��� i    ': < lhi halis  I ��� ���
. bains  sou   ���   j    from   northi - ���
end of   said  lake;   thence southerly
ilong said easl    ���   -'    c^
Re ea.-i   portion  (02 4-10) acres
'-.���''.end   l'v'  fractional south easi   quarter
Britinh Columbia Coast  Line
Service.
si i ��� lon    16,    t'i\\ nshlp    24.   Whe ��� a
���    00    Ol     :"    lOSS Of Cl    tifll title
number 1416F, issued in the nam   ���
b Siddale has been filed i.
office.
Notice is herebj given thai I
ni  the expiration   >f one month from  p,ini���   m ,, lllv ���     ,,
thi dated the first publication hereof,jPrlncess Beatrice..!July 4b. n
TlrVIE T\BLE
8. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without noiice).
Steam'er, Leaves Vancouver.
Princess Beatrice ... July 6, n p, m.
p. m.
i. m.
miles        i   ��� -    d - mce. with a depth   eate nn]l,s< jn ,,���, maantime vail I -
ssue a duplicate of the said certifi- Prlnce8a Mny  ,|]]y ^ ��� p
of 07 chain- on -aid east shore, measured ai :ight ingles ti :'o- general
earing o - ��� ��� a ��� ��� I; shoi ��� of lake
within thi ��� ��� containing an area
o   i.: 10 ���'���        more or less
The berth must he survej-ed within om yea ifti the d i e of the nO-
:   I- ;i�� i  ling the bei th,
The  regulations under which a li-
joction be made to me i.i wrl   i ���
C. S. KEITH.
Districl Registrar of T I ���
Land Registry Office.
New Westminster. B. <"., Jul: 6, 1907
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
the undersigned, and endorsed "TV i
der   for   Electric   Elevator,   Calgar;
Princess Beatrice.
Princess May	
Princess Bea l - ���
Princess May   ....
Princess Beatrice.
m.
��� Aug. 2, li   p. m,
.'Aug.   !'.   11    p.   ni.
. \'f4. 10. ll p. to.
. .Aug. 23, 11 p.m.
��� Aug.   no.  ll   p, m.
cense wil   be     ssued,   also    print.-1   Alta., Public Building," will be receiv-
rorms ol tender and envelope, may he   '"' al  this office until Frid
. latned -.<������ thi - Depai tmenl or al ������''-���-
NOTICE.
I
I -
In-,,
tl
I
"lit,  whose  title   is
under  the  provisions
: itry Act," shall be
��� i  and debarred  from
dm to or in respect
��� sold for taxes as
Land  Registry Act."
in
7th   Meridian:
I Take
I
n ���
6 Chi,
orki fi ;-
NOTICE.
thai    thirty  days after
:" make application to
r.-.
Pile i
Pn. 1
"tu  the  following
quarter Section 18, the mth half and
n���.th wesl quarter Sectl in I >, and
those portions of Sections 1, 2 lhe
eaat half Section 11, and Sectl - I I,
w,.., 0f Timbei Berths 272 and 302,
ownshlp 5, Range 1, W< H of the
,;si Section 12, tha
ea-g , , ��� i.e. 24, ami the mth
east quart.'. Section 25, Township 5
Range 2. Wesl of tbe
containing an are i ol
more or le
The berth ra i i   '" surv<
on,, year after tl -   late of the notice
awarding the berth.
The  regul-i'i""-'   "" ''
will    be    Issued,
er anl envelope, may be
offi, e eir the Crown Timbei \-' nl al
New   Westmin iter, B. C.
Eai h ten lei m isl be accompan ��� I
��� .  an   ec " ��������� i cheque on a ch irtei ed
ink in favoui of the Deputj of the
Minister, of the Interior, feu- the am-
.-nt of the bonus which the appll-
. ani i.  ii. . i ".i to pay for a license.
No tendi r bj telegraph will be en-
h -. talne 1. The' highest or any tender
nol  hecessarllj  accepted
PERLEY ii. Kl-A ES
Bee retary,
irtmenl of ihe Interior,
im im ,    \piii 24th, 190T.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ftOLfl E
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver, 1 p.m. daily.
Leaves Victoria daily at  1  a.m.
VIC i ORIA-SE ATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE,
Leaves Victoria daily excepl Monday
at 8:30.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Ritliet
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tuesdaj    i i I
2, 1907, Inclusively for the i ��� nstruc-
tio:i of an electric elevator al the Calgary, Alta., Public Building,
Plans tendering are notified that
tenders will noi be considered unless
signed with theii actu il signatures,
!,-;,,.I, tender mus.   be accompanied   Friday at 7 a.m., and leaves Nen Wesl
bj an accepted cheque oh a chartered   minster on Wednesday and  Saturdaj
bank, made  paj-able to the ordei   i
the Honourable the Ministei ol Public
Works, equal to ten per cent, < 10 p.c.)
of the amount   of the teiider,  which
will be forfeited If the portj  ten I i
inu  decline  to enter Into ������  c< i   	
n
7th Meri lian,
LJ.025   acres,
id  wilhin
\ iTICE Is    h rebj    given  th tl   10
,:>." dal ', wa Intend to appl; to
ll .    Hon      Chief    Commissioner    of
Lands   and    Woi   ���    for    a    special NOTICE.
.  ���   "  ��� e cut  an I  carrj   away  tim
.     from    the    following    described      Take notice that, thlrtj   days atfer
,������ .  situated  In the i lasl  district;   date i Intend to make  licatl	
Beginning   il   i   l>osl   planted  head  the Chief Commissioned ot Lands and
mall baj  Bouth bI ' Broughton   Works tor a license to cul  and -e-
i:il about one mile easl of Bookei   away timber trom the following des
���,,,  ti,ence north  10 chains, wesl  cribed lands, situated In New West.
SO chillis,  north  80  chain-;,  east
! aln i, Bouth    10    i hains.   easl
when calle I Upon to do bo, or i1 he
[ail to complete the work i mti ������ ������ '
for. ir ilie- tender be nol acci |il i' ,;"-
cheque will be returned.
The Deparl menl does nol bind ll sell
i" accept tlie lowesl or anj  tend i
Hy  ordei-,
FRED, iIMI.IN '��.
Secretary.
Departmenl ot Public Works,
Ottawa, July  I. 1907.
Newspapers will hoi be paid foi 'Ki-
���il',"iii-'i'iiii-ni  ir tin"'   Ittserl   11  with-
Isslonor of Lands and
;i hi'i'ii-.- to cut an I carry
���-.' r
irib('d land,
Nn i __,.
!: :i '"' iiu at  a post  plant-
sl le of   Twenty-Five
triced .lames Sharpe,
"icnco   lu chains  west;
bains; thence east 80
.... , '" ��orth SO chains; thence
- to point or commence-
No  j   c
ncing    at     a     post   ls  prepared to pay
which  a it-
als' prints
cense ~
forms of tender
obtained al this Department or at the
offlce of the Crown '
New Westminster,
li tin i, south    "'    chains,    east
i ���;,.    Bouth   10  chains,    west
:, .,.<. ',, polnl of e immencement,
THE   M'LAUQHLIN   LUMBER   CQ.
I.I I)
It   r .  M i,   27,  1907.
Vancou
FORESHORE    LEASES.
40   minster  district.
40      I.   Commencing al   a   post   tei   on  bul authority trom 'ln*l> irtmenl
in the south hank of Cypress creek aboul
40  three and a half miles west from Silver creel;.   Ih-Mi"> north  eighty chnins,
easl eighty chains, south eighty
chains, and west eighty chains to
polfll of commencement.
2.    ''ommencing at a posi set close
In  No.   I   Stake,   thence   north   eighty
Bach tender   must
by an acce.|
ccepted < he i
south     of
will be fn-
James The high
ost;   thenc,. west  10 MBarily accepted.
uth 80 chains; thence N-��� tender b
tain,.  ,': 'ln       thenoe   n,"',h   s" tertained,                         ,.���vrq
% 0, u          weal    40   chains, to PERLEY
Notice i-i hereby give;, that, 60 clays   chains,    west    eighty    chains,    south
,,:,,.   date,  I  Intend   to  apply to  the  eighty chains, and east eighty chains
j  ;ljri   rjhlef  Commissioner  of   Lands tt point of commencement.
Works tor a lease of the foreshore1 3. Commencing at a post set close
hank in favour the I "������ of !l"' ,_,,. tor booming and milling pur- tc, No. 1 stake, thence west eighty
Minister of the interior, for the1 am- con,prislng tl
e  eapllcant   >
,.,..n   the  name  of
iltuated about two miles south of the  chaina and west eighty chains to point
nol nec-
,,. 0f the 1"V: ' j:"^     , es, comprising the whole of a bay,  chains,  south   forty  chains,  east one
.,.:ll 0f the bon 1 ��� '  " app11' ' ' fi  the  name  of  Independent Bay,, hundred and sixty chains, north forty
1    1 end of Costl Island, on the east  0f commencement.
mi.;, nf Kltlmat Arm. ancl about two      4.   Commencing at a post set on the
nencement,
JAMES SHARPE.
Secretary.
Department, of the Inte:
miles south from  Kildala Arm.
Located April 5th, 1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY.   Locator.
FRANK VANDALL, Agent.
railway belt line, d'stant about six
j miles nortii of the north shore of
! Harrison   lake,   thence    west    eighty
chains,    north    eighty    chains,    east
FIRE ALARM  BOXES
Following Is the locution  and  nutii-
hei of the lire alarm hones in the city:
fi���Asylum.
(i���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenlb.
8���Royal avenue and  Eighth.
9���PI fth avenue and Twelfth.
IB���St.   Mary's   Hospital.
13���Second and Hark Row.
11���Columbia nnd   Dufferln.
15���Sapperton,
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
24��� id avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  avenue and  Fourth..
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
82���Agnes and Sixth.
31���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenale.
3R���C.P.R.. Station.
42���Small  and   Huckland   Mills.
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:80 p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen   City.
Leaves Victoria   nt   11   p.m.  on   is-.
7th.  and   I I'h  each  month  for Clayoquot!   leaves Vie toria    on    L'lith    for
Quatslno and way points,
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New   Westminster   on   Mon
dny,  Tuesday,   Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday -it 3 p. tn. and Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mon
day at 5 ��. m
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 n. m.: Friday at fi a. m. additional
trip Saturday 5  p. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
I_eavi>s   New   Westminster,  8   a.   m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday*, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN 8. C. ROUTE.
8. S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at   S   p.m.    2n1
; ind   10th   of  each   month,   calling   at
Sktdegate on first trip and* Bella Coola
on  second  trip.  Time on  arrival   and
' departure  are  approximate.
For   reservations   and   Information
! call or address
ED. QOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE.
fisst. Oen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Superfntendent. Victoria,
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Here's Your Chance
Tr.r(:<:-:.:*.r.:-. vx**. or. th�� upper side o: Sixth Ave.
between Moody Square and the 12th street tram
fine: streets on three sides.
PRICE $1 500 ON TERMS.
This lot, long desired by many '..-. est re, has fast
come into the market It has a beautiful situation, -tr. a frontage of 99 ft. on the avenue. It
lends Itself to profitable subdivision. Don't delay
.:   ou wi r. to own tt
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P. O. Box   34 5
'Phone   105.
BRIGHTEN
YOUR HOME
BY USING
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
et- Agents  for   "KL.EENO" -��
       IANDERSON
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ia additional local sews. | & LUSBY
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFF CE: FRONT STMT, FOOT OF SIXTH. NEW WESTMINSTER
C   .:. i '.'.--
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Huff   ��� .     -. '   . Idea    f Inuo-
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affor:���     It fe expected that full
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Recent   -     - -. - - u tbe ���      i.-dni"'
of smoke ot  steam  Issuing from tbe
-.-.:.:' of Mo mt Baker ba    awaken-
ei a good One of tbe
that about thin
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IT'S   THE
LITTLE THINGS
Ibal, forgotten, make life
miserable nhen ramping
LIME JUICE for the thirsty
LEMONADE
TOOTH POWDER for
cleanliness
SOAP  for   cleanliness
SPIRIT KETTLES for
speedily making hot water
HAIR BRUSHES
POCKET    CORK SCRE WS
Etc.,  Etc.
To :-. - - who cami I   mim -Our
Water   Wings   will
per   -  . eigbing 250 . ��� isily as
- "'  lbs.   Bj the iaei :' them
.-��������� twice aa much fun out
ur -   .rr.ing dip.
See Our Windou  For Camping
Requisites
T. A. MUIR
THE DRUGGIST    ���   Columbia St.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Tissue Paper
Paper Napkins
Chinese Lanterns
Fans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives
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<> Interurban    Line.
' ..-     rot   Vancouver and    v-av
i il lon��  win run every half-
hOUl   fi'im b bh ;i   in   to  II: 30
p. Ill
City Limits Line���Service from
t   l '���   ,i    in.   to   I i    p.   Ifi
20 Minute Service���No transfer,
Between 12 and 2 and 6 and v.
<>  30 Minute  Service���During  remainder 'if ilny. 'J raosfer Bl
Leopold Place,
Sunday   Service   hulf-hnurly   tie-
tween 8 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from 6.2S a.
ni tn 11 p.m., except between
12 and 2, and 6 and 7, during
which hous tbe Bervlce will be
half-hourly,
Sunday Service iiiiirnourl.v between 8 30 .i in   and 11  p.m.
;: British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,L?d ���
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THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST  AND   SAFE
DEPOSIT COT, Ltd.
Polii  up Capital. S 100,000
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
"Real ostatc agreements of
sale purchased on short notice
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., iw.
BLACKIE BLOCK
F. J. HAM, Manager
New Stock Patterns
- ov
BIG REDUCTIONS
IN MILLINERY
For this
trimmed a.
hats ��\ or
tions:
'"-'j I
���edae.
Jlfl Trimmed Dais for j;.j|
7.50
S5.00
Si
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V 'r-.rr.--l shapes and ready-to- j
greatly reduced.   12 dozer. Hats -  ���:.
have :: go.    You can have your ch :;.: eac(,i
5ee them in ��� or sh w '"    I w.
W. S. COLLISTER & CoJ
247 Columbia Street. New rVestninster
SEE OUR WINDOW
FOR OUR GRE A T DISPLA Y
OF DOLLAR WATCHES
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THE
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Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
WELLINGTON     LUMP    GOAL
WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND   FORGE  CO^L.
VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   CE
MENT.
Thes celebrated Cement is
used .; nearly all large contractor- in the Province.
R08EBANK  LIME,
MANITOBA   WOOD   F BRE,
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PlASTER.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY      aid     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn i  -. ' '���
SEWER   PIPE.   DRAIN     TILE. ���
SAND. CRUSHED ROC^.
Telephones: Office 15, Manager's Residence
122 a
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JUST OPENED
AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA,
.suitable for wedding gifts.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
)fflce 'Phone 185,       ��btd  1'Done 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Off 1st���Train Depot
B U LLE T ! N^w*832!
Great Northern Railway
$17.40   Spokane   ancl   return.      Accounl
Baptist  Young People's  Jnion.   Tickets on
July 2 anil .'J, return limit July 10. _
Fare and One-third for round trip to local
points in Washington on account of Fourth of July.
Tickets on sale July.'! and 4, return limit July 6.
$5.55 Seattle and return. Account Twenty
third Internationa] Christian Endeavor Convention
Tickets on sale July 8 and 9, return limit July -���'!���
Low round trip rates to all Eastern
points. Tickets on sale July 8, 4 and 6; Aug.
8, 9 and 10; Sept. 11, 12 and 18; return limit 90
days. St.Paul JG0, Chicago (71.60, SfcLouis (67.60,
Winnipeg (60, N'ew York $107.50.
For rates to other points and all information,
call on or address
Telephone 194
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bldg.

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