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 te, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
lum
i    v,             Phone 85
bia oi.      	
M
i: 2  NUMBER 1 13
[ID ESCAPES
HORRIBLE DEATH
HALIBUT  ARRIVES
Schooner   Athens   and   Celestl
pire Bi nfl Good Care
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C
Ian is Rescued From
lling House on Twelfth
'Building   Gutted.
���
/
BARBAROUS TRIBlT
BEHEAD ENEMIES
' Jclin   Morrison,  Thrown  Down   Hatch,
Escapes  Serious  Injury.
���'��� '��� sti il
if   T.  Ovens,
ii    in    lhe
corner    of
!, avenue, yes-
.,,.,������..      a  oul iwo ..'clock.
.     from a spark from    '
111]'.1
lo Iged iu the
. e.ee:
:, h, ley ih'' time the
i h
hall arrived, waa
|.     eusiy,
!;,���_���    don  ������
hi   Iii 111''
;-.. Iii.i   fair  tn
round hy the time
;, d a;..    Two lines
R., ,     ,:,   from   the hydrant
,���   k.  |{.  iraek. anil  sn
need of a stonily stream
\   thai  Chief  Watson   stopped
n disconnect    111��-
j    . :���   was at iis height,
tied    that    ole]     .Mr.
i :" Mr,  Owens,  was
|;.     illdll) .,    A  rush  was ini-
made  for   the  house,   and
wine is an Invalid,
Imi. neai Ij suffocated from the
..���     .    ���!,<���  firemen  had
lorkinir hard    to    cheek     the
land the steady stream of wail... douhle line of hose was
g tn have effect.    When the
I lassed,    the   chief
feel llis he.-,- and allowed the
;,:e--. connecting again and
hly drenching the building unit > a..- finally subdued.
rouse Is badly gutted, the roof
i ��� lined ami much o!
kit . Up I.   Iinl   Mr.   Ovens
f�� him- ;: lucky in getting off
as tie' ��� X] ei'leil      to   See     thi'
IniHine '.'o. Both he and peo-
i '. ��� ��� ��� l ilu. conflagration
k in their praise of the work
Ifel ley ih.. men of No. 2 hall.
His on.i owing   to  their  stren-
The     . .
Athens, in i    .     :,
Empire, arrived ��� the hali-
1'":   "anks   ��� .: ,   yesterd ij
:""' commi n i | unloading al the Columbia Ci       - , '.
]'""< boats h     :��� iod ..: soes of fish.
"���'   Celestl      Empire   having    al
'  The   Athens,   which
lKIS been a small schoom r, is fitted
UP ��'i'h auxll ... englni s, and is quite
' ""' ���������-��� tl Is porl this  bi :
firsi trip this Beason   Sh.. broughl In
 : fish
The work ol unloading wenl swiftly
"ti yesterd i>   notwithstanding tb< I a t
tha1  ,!"   '      ;  :   of ���!:���   c elestlal Em-   Mom
P!re ,!;|- "      ... ticall;   new cn w
trip, which  hi   shippi i from Vanco
���"���>��� In  place ol   the     illon  who  ,-, .
���"���'���b to go it last 'iin.. the boat
the
Thej    The   Monteagli            |    H   Fo .   isa   no  bones
captain  states  thai   he h,,\  nn ann.   ,,��� i,. ..      ..... . .. ���, i1
PITCHER YUlll IS       i
EATEST ADDITION'
Well  Leave This Week for Montreal to
Attend  Convention.
Natives oi Formosa Count
Valor by Number of Human Trophies Secured.
Victoria, J ine IS ' g the grue-
Eome een i cold- t��lo i li d sti :��� s which
are told I i bscui e i aci s on the
earth's I i ��� today, it would be dif-
. ass ii, Its iabolical details the news wlei. b was I rought to
���   ��� . -    mot ning    ���     ihi   steamei
While ��� ngaged in ui loading
��� 'i li stial Em] ire yesterd afti rnoon,
John Morri on ha i th n n luni to
e struck by one of the arge fish
1 asl ets, ihis throwing him down a
distance of about te n reel Into the
hold e ( the vessel.
The unfortunate man  wi ��� standing
Maj or Kearj  is in recelpl of a letter from il   S.  Wilson, asslstanl  sev-
Locals Secure Tricky Twirler retary of the V. C, M.. request   g him
to read a  paper on  "Reports of the
British   Columbia   Union   of   Municipalities" al the convention which will
be held al   Montreal  shortly.
The program for the convention is
now being arranged, and the cities of
on   the  combing  of  the  hatch,  whenlcome ovei   foi  their schedule baseball   M
ihe heavy  basket   swinging by struck .nam,    againsi   the   \. ��   Westminstei
him on the back of the head.   He im- seniors yesterdaj  evening, a messugi
mediately   lost   his   balance  and   fell, io the effeel thai thej could not come
striking Ihe  sides  of the  hatch  with being  received  here earlj   in th,. af-
- Athletics Fail to Show
Up For Game.
	
The   Vancouver  Athletics  failed  to
sufficienl  force to render him uncon-   ternoon.
be  captain of the    te am
scions.     He  was   imm. Ilatel;.   picked   Frost, had  been deputed on Saturday
iup and a carriage summoned in which   i., inform  Manager   Cunningham    of
It is of t  e Head Hunters he was conveyed tothe R  yal Colum-   the fact   that  they would nol  b
: :'   ��� ' - ���      ���"    ������    :   ���������   '   orma-   Man  hospital,   where   ll   iva      feared   to play, bul  he failed to ele. so,
that  sev< ral riles ha I been      eken or
able
tion ;..,..
��� in  In in-
���   Ibuti ���   ... -
was here,  . i   the ground  that
wanted  n    ���   time   on    shore,
'" ; "     ''""   '"' ''!,i  n�� dlffl-   on her  present voyage       takeonboard   resl   and  care will  proba
'   :'     i!:  Eelt,n*  men  for '"" ;;.'' ������     .   ca i ��� tea.   Th,   .   ri at which ,1,.  ���i at worl
men  were   ivaiting  to com., on  board
'���' Boon as thi   vessel tied up al Van-
, I he spinal column si vi  .      h ui ��� |,
An examination    proved    thai    al-
tin ugh   the  man   was     adly     raised
wen. broken, an i a  wi i k's   ;....
In oi di ���  nol to illslippoinl , he
ms.
��h< :���'���. ... the park in Increasing
'. hers everj week on baseball
ni. ���   seniors scratched  up  two  cuss,.,!
and played a six inning garni
-  ������  him
cargi  ol t< a.    i'i ���   .   rt at whicl   ....
C.P.R -.. ss.: toui he i was lv.1 lung, a
couver.    Both  boats will endeavor to   ' '""   whicD feedE :1"  t0WD of Tal ...
'-'" ���''...���  se  ...   time today. ������   principal  city e.f  Formosa.    The
  vessel was there for a couple of days
taking on board 1100 ti ns of tea, and
while there heard  son i   details  of a
gain.
SMASHES TO PICK     !
PUYALIUP BERRIES
TIMES TOO GOOD TO
ENTICE MEN AWAY
e.ee e  whose si le  ambition is the accumulation of human heads. ,.    -,.        ...   .  . .,    .,.,,
Before the  Monteagle  lefi   Keelung Positions Waiting tO Be Pill-
: ��� ws had reache i thaj port of the lat-
esi outrage in th.. interior of the Isl-
British Columbia Indians to
Replace Whites on Fruit
Farms Across Border.
an I. Six I ��� adh ss trunks hi 1 been
discovered by some Japanese troops
and the perpetrators if Ihe atrdStious
crime had escaped Into their mountain fastnesses unscathed. Day anil
; night through summer and winter the
soldiers of the Japanese emperor are
engaged in hunting the devils in hu-
' man form, for the island or Formosa
row belongs : i Japan. Since the Chl-
and hops by the Puyallup I na-Japanesi war and ihe cession of
���SS Summer Fi ill Growers' association. Formosa te. Japan, the soldiers of His
The Union Bi rj shippers will use a Imperial Highness have been doing
few white Ickers, but thej have their "tmost t0 exterminate, and fall-
hitherto been too bard to get and ,:i- extermination, lo civilize the na-
��   nted  s ich high  prices  for  picking   Uve F��rmosans
ed in Country at Good Salaries-No Applicants.
I'I.;,,.     ;
I i.i  Siwash
almost entirt ly this
both i
une  18.���British Colum-
probably  will  bi      ise 1
..ear for piekinj
p the  whole  building  thai ihe growers thought n would not
wi" n' i ibli    ' ' ���       '      lie. ��� ;      " mtl ' -
01
Shoots Cit.   Hits  Child.
f       .. s, June    18.���"Vagrant
fcvi i othering  the  resl-
Chi sti     .'ieel of late, and
it C W   \nderson, of the dry
Ifi��� of Mn-iiii    &    Anderson,
: i  'i   gun    io    clean
them om     \ big l.lack pus
���ough   the   back
Mi    '"' li ��� son   hurriedly   ar-
'  '      .'  him.    The    cat
a    caterwaul,
��� ".-I   there   was  a
S ���! ������ little ones had
the  street   and  the
��� ���  of them, son of
���     on 'in. leg, The
l":'- not ���������   .  -..i inns.    The. iio-
.  as tei how to
pay fo emploj   many    eef   them    this T':"ir effort6 hav��  in  Srcat   measure
year.   Thi  Indians are expected to ar- been In vain.    Secure among Impreg-
rlve short]     is they were to be on the nable forests livine ''"' the mos; pari
ground ea Ij  to lake can. of the firsl ;
picking.
Mine Fe-,. Holds  Out.
' The fire In
I   '   ' nd  has  had
damper    on
. there   lelni
No.
the
thi
no
It was at first supposed thai thi re
would be a short crop of rapsberrles
ihis year n i ccounl of early fri -is.
hut the ce ndltion of tli" vines in 11
i iti th it i ere will be more than was
��� first sn ipi Bed. The crop of blackberries 111 b bi tter this se ason
than It was i =1 year. The Pnpallup
valley pre I; grows betti r blackberries ��� hi i anj other si i tion of the
country and I hey promise to be < \-
��� .   .iii nal    'o.-i   -'ii- year.
Aboul thn i -fourths of a crop will
be picki d from the raspberry patches
this yeai and ��� good pari i [ thai will
ne in the .- inni ry. Prices will be
high, as >;:. li mand lias mei falli n off
and lhe ��� i] ely will be wholly jn-
: lequate. The markel will he- exoel-
leni  for lhi   shippers and they prob-
lv will ��� more from this shorl
,.   ip : have from much la   ' r
:-���    ia the
John Peck, chief Inspect* i of machinery, O. 0, Madigan, inspector of
toih rs and machine.,. Vancouver,
and Mr, MItchel, will leav. Saturday
for Victoria, to conduct  thi  examlna-
I tions  of applicants  for  the  three  in-
spectors' vacancies In Mr. Peck's de-
: partment.    Twn    of  these    positions
were   made  at  the  last   session,   but
I the third was occasioned by the death
of Inspector T.  Goddie last winter.
Mr. Pick stale! tha! al iho e-xams.
held In this city a short while ago
lor engineers' cei I ,:' i i b, tl ��� per-
r,.-::ir.:o of successful oni - was high,
and the examination on the whole'
I':..-; succi ssful. There si "ms to be
considerable difficulty In this country
. ��� - - s.nt ie. obtain i nglneers, not-
v. Ithstan 'inn the facl that a large
number eve ry year obtain certificates,
' ' ��� ..v - i r   . pi Imevi ' lan 1. the Head
Han!, rs  1. igh   pursuit   to  scorn.     .I
limes they grow bold and make   raids  ;i       ,,     >.....,...���
on  Hi.,  centers   of   civilization.    The  ,,.(ts  reqlleRlIng   lh:!t  g00(J  ���,������  ,,
1 lood las' -. .lies to gre w with whal :'
feeds on, and thi   ad ������ nl ol the littli
sent tilortg lo fill positions a1 salarh ;
ver iglng   from  $150   pi r  month   up,
'     I hut  is often not able to persuade the
. , n to acce.pi.   "Times are to i good,"
Mr.  Peck stati b "i'.:' I     oun I he i,
en to h ave home   : n thai money, j
though  it   i. rlainlj     Is  good    wages,
mosans are spill   i]   Into several bands  Good machlnlsts an  making their for-
the  He ail  Hunte       ivith  a   new  prey,
viiieri as before tie.' cession of the Island the;   usi .1  ' I haul each other.
As far as can  be learned  the Poi
i v-flve c< nts an  1   ur,
n ! considerably more for overtime and Sunday
, :-;. and conslde i thems h es far
better off In lhe mi hlne shop al
���' ��� -. wanes than golnq to some other
; lace for a stated salarj "
A   EIRD'S   REVENGE.
'
I
It
I
ie
���i
��� ��� ��� for the past
il i tha the fire,
Iblllty, is giving
��� ich annoynnce.
Ing ",''ij ef-
enai conditions,
been     fh odi ���!.
land sa.- i hal it
��� ere ib,- mine is
:  iii    quantity
WHEN   THE   EAND   PLAYED.
Musicians   in   "cronto     tiie    Good   in
Troul      -   '"' Sunday Worl.
which have i imon rallying point
The ban Is vli   .. Ith ��� ach ol hi i  in (he
hunl   for 1: iwi  he ads,     VI   int-   ���, i
.... ��� :. thei In what
might ��� ��� ��� ; ii i i - a ���"���:,-' i fbloi fl
The .-.   '      '';.*!���'    ��� :.'-���'
,...   .,,, l   ,.   .   p  i   ;,:   ���   ;   -p...,    ,-    v,,   .;
hands   ui ��� arte 1 on      '���   .   " ;e.   mi   ��� -
inn  i-   a   ve   Itabh    'arnlvnl  of bh od
for the hi    I     i      rei i.i":    wil h gore
and lhe s - ���. "��� d  i . n lors are them-   Threw
selvi - smean .1 and   laul e I  with the
life     lood    f thos    whom Ihey esteem
theii   . i' ml s a I every   man  who      New >"i'!>. Juni
e., i hunti    I   an ..a. my ol "'' ''r-'''
:h,   !��� ������      Their n llglon, II  ������        ����    ' "' ";"1"   "���    '
.:      .   . ;|,    ,    . , |i{ , , .   Schn Iber, of thl    i     i        badly In-
.    nd the
-.. lie : resulted in a victor) (or '.1. ���
nine captaim .i hy v. o. Canfield. A
new ' ber, Yulll bj name, receM 1
a tryout, leessin;; lhe' sphere for iho
winni'is. Yniii is saiel to be a recent
:.:��� i\.:l from Xew Brunswick, aa 1 to
have a good pitching record behind
him. iie certainly delivered the
go ei- last night, getting three strIRe
outs i: his credit, and nol allowing a
singh I ase on halls. Vuii: makes tin'
third good pitcher now associated
wiih the team. Sells pitched the last
inning   i r Canfield side.
Sayce bossed the insets, his bunch
batting first. Jimmy Lewis, firs; man
.:; ; iade the' circuit ley relays, Price
followed to third, hut died ihere after
seeing Dean* ami Richards tan anl
Ryall g< l caughl at first Nothing
doing in Becond. Jimmy Lewis distinguished himself ley a homer in the
third, biffing the spheroid away over
the   fence.    Price  got   to   flrsl  on   ;i
she i:    li! Ive,    stole   si'conil    ami   third;
ami registered on an error hy Catcher
MalCOlDpSOn.       No   Ollc   else'       left       the'
plate. Ryall, Stein ami Chile, all
droj;. i ��� ;t before reaching first in
I the fourth, Three runs wore added
to the ' ' '.��� In the eVxi, Sayce getting
to flrsl e n an error by Canfield,
stealing Becond, where he rested
while watching Curly Lewis gel to
firsl on halls. Jimmy Lewis nexl lo
bat, ; et beef Into his swine and senl
the horsehl le tee riyln field, reaching
second and bringing the. two base.men
home, ih' registered later on a drive
by Price, who died ai first. Deane
anl Richards followed suit. Sells
pitched tho last Inning, when Ryall
gol caughl at tirst. ami Stein .".ml
I'1 i'e    ..!.;.. ilie atmosphere,
Canfleld's   men started    off   Btrong,
Malcolmson, Vuill. Sinclair.   Canfield
e ml Smith all romping home ley de
grei ������.   'i'h.. second was null ami vol i.
Sineiaii  and Doherty added one. oach
ontreal ami Quebec aie organising
to entertain tin. delegates of th,. union
ou a generous seal... ami the assistant
secretary Btronglj mne-s upon his
worship ibe desirability of being ines.
ent,
The' communication states thai ii
will P.. a gracious acl of courtesj on
th.' pan eef iin. mayor, ami will help
' ' cemenl iho . ist ami wesi together,
ae. we'll .e^ keep th,. fire of the. \Wsi-
ern union burning. Many verj Im-
po; lanl municipal matters win be dls-
i die convention.
His \v<..-ship has decided tee
the' Invitation, ami experts ;
upon recelpl of a telegram fi
e eist regarding certain details
is expected in tin. course of
or two ai  thr latest.
accept
h'ave
in   tile'
which
.i   .lay
FIRE CHIEF GETS
BIG CONTEST PRIZE
Bellingham's Boss Blaze
Fighter Wins $10,000 in
Fxaminer Competition.
Nest
Robber   Down
Feet   High.
Toronl
The nnnn
and
1     V
��� ed    9 mda
[anion's
wi !��������� hike n    by
he
���
thi
_.  ,,f constable - '  moral   refo m   de
partment    ih       ' "n,|,'r Instructions
   ������.;. ���  i.e   ���  tor Archibald.
' on Arrested. Leadi r   Hail n in claims    thai
18.   Carrie   Na-   players are pure!    i mateur, and
a  crowd    in  ceiv< tl i     '  " "" '���   services,
��� i saloon  tonight,  constables made  purchases    ol   i ip-
'    ' ���     nhnriw   nf   rH<_.   nnrn     .������..,     clears.      clioi eelate s
chargi
was
dis-   corn,   gum,   Clg 11
1 Is
re-
Tv ���
and
: I     ling    of loncs, th
the victln havi   falli n
��� , ;    ..   the
. h  the advent of thr  Japane ������
....        ��� ��� ���       u ;���    ha - Invi ���������-
,      he  Islands,    Bul   evi i   an I  am n
I   ��� | huntei ��� make Iheli pri sence
fell   by   their horrible  manlfestatone
In iin third, the latter making n
specially slow bul sure progress
round the diamond. Smith waa lefi
em third basi. Canfleid, Fletchi r and
Kmbray getting caughl al first. Mai
;'a .: ."" ' Vuill renche I home on
��� "" - and ��� toi.ai bases In tin tii x'. No
i';'.' were n corded In the lasl two
f  600   innings.
Sayce, and Curley Lewh  pite h   i f ir
thi  li sers, Clute catching all the i all i
ild slop,   for Hie- wlnm i -. Yulll
S ��� al   twlrli rs     while    s:'
VI        ii    i used the big mitt.
���    "  , hangi d   | i Ition    i veral
as  a  . with :���   ��������� the progre    o   th
the    eai le, whose you vhlli    c  droppe I  oul   and  i I n
rom a nest on the side of b precipice   wi  i   substituted.    The guilt)   parti
Ix . un Ire I feel    i   n tin   ,    ley be    ivere, Canfh Id, Malcolmson   i il
clair,   Doherty, Smith,  Fl -��� hi      En
s iti      fldv
Bellingham, June 18, Bellingham's
fire chief, Men Qibbons, has gone to
San Francisco ami is expected to return al the end of this week $10,000
richer, Chief Qibbons bas been apprised by tin. San Francisco Examiner thai be has won a $10,0 irlze
In one of its circulation contes'ts, He
holds the lucky nuuilie i ami has gone
to the California metropolis to claim
his money.
Chief Gibbons tried to slip iwaj
withoul taking the public into his
confidence, bul the real estate men,
whose ears hear so many secrets,
quickly heard of his fortune and now
the  whole town   knows  how   the  chief
was elevated to a Beal on the pluto
crni bench, Dealers in moth'';' earth
are eagerly awaiting the return of the
chief and be Ib sure to meet a hearty
welcome, for they want to do a. Utile
l'lisim'ss  with  hiju.
Ai Chief Gibbons' homo n idling
' definite can be learned aboul I i I rip
to San Francisco, excepl lhal II Is In
connection with the Examiner's
It is known, however, thai he df#*
one of the rlchi s: prizes ever iffei ?<!
hy the Examiner, and its acqulri ment
ma. had him lo conclude thai there
are other occupations more suitable
than fighting tire.
IS,   Thi
ellowing dl    "   ;
e  il,    Franl
King's Daughters to Contest.
Brussels, June 1v.   Countess Lonj al
and   Princess    Louise,    daughl  r    ol
King Leopold of Belgium,   have,   an-
nounci i their Intention of   conte
th" righl    'thi     ' ther lo tui n
the Co i| n  lnd< pendenl
glun   on  the  gro in I thai  tl
���   on il   "   ' .'       ll
hi    '   |i  -
!.     '       '      .1    ���'.���      .
Schn 11scovered the ri���   I I i 11
i < be . ..���.    anon       i   i ���:    ti im
ihe top of the : rei Iplct. iie' ,i. seen li I
to lhi   iei ��� bj mi am of a ro i    Winn
Jap nan i colonlzei has been held up nes Ized two of lhi young birds thi
... ;i:, exaraplai to the nations, the mother swooped !own on him and
c u.. i ������  Formosa   i.e.inn  quoted as a  foughl him wl
released '.'her eatabli s.
likely   be pros
Tbe storekeepi rs will
tril Ing Instance.    She has doubtli
llleel.
&rella Trust Is
Next to be Probed
ll the skill le- ������ ;.
:��� rn il Instincts iould Inspire.
Schreibi r used a pistol with poor ��� f-
an i Boon the rope w hit h held him
was   clawed   until   it   snapped   and
accomplished a good   li al In  the > I
and,   bul   from  accounts  which   were
brought i'i porl today, sip. has yel to
stifle a condition of affairs, andtoex- [Schrelber rolled do   n the almosl per-
terminate a race, who during iis ex- pendicular cliff for a distance of six
Istence musl ever remain a bar Bin- hundred feet,   That he was not killed
ister on the    escutcheon  of civiliza- was due to the facl  thai at intervals
tion. projecting ledgea broke the force of
. ��� his fall.
Tned to Bribe Magistrate,
tie   1
....
Vli    ...'.'.iin.    Su fldy   Whi ���������    ' reed  with as-
md Smith, ., ��� iden(
Sai co, j, i.ewis. Price, I     a    Rii h    of tl wn, and 11 b< Enj   pro
Ryall,  Stein,  Clul >, C       -. .. n .��� d costs,   Unfortu-
'; ���'   :i';,,���'"  Tidy, Barban . ,  ,,,.  tried    to
���:   v Cunningham, umpire. i riln . tra e    ��� i   arrested bj
Score by Innings. e hie I   i m ta .    a    and    was
"' " 2 -' 0 'i   9   hn i : efore J. H,  McMullIn, S.
i '��� 2 0  ' ee   fi \i.. v.ho committi d him tor trial.
Canfleld's   ix
.Baj e's  rx   ..
Fisherman Drifts
Fourteen Days In Dory
i ���
icllona .
Is llis
! i;"   18���Acting upon
1 Washington United
trict Atn
""ney Thompson  to-
Bocalled
(lories. Mr. Thompson will preseni Information in his possession to the fed-
eral grand jury and art that bills
of Indictment  be found.
While he will neet  'li'."!-'' the nam' *
.! the concerns againsi which he will
. 'mong the makers of I probably proceed he admits thai bills
I, [  '   '':'il;, frames In re-i will  be  framed  againsi  some of the
1     "l!"' 'Pose of fix- prominenl firms   and   corporations In
Products of the fac-jthe easl.
"! wi!l m��v against the
1 " ' '  :��� i
r ���
- alleged thai there !
Must Not Imitate Kaiser.
Berlin, June 18.���The lightning
i halite artist Morl.ol. who is presenting Imitations of great personages ai
n local musl" hall, has keen forbidden
by the police to -Ki-nr a mask in reproducing the Kais'T's features, although the representation has    been
Explorer Tortured  to Death.
Berne, Switzerland,  June  is.���The
overnmenl  has received Information
New York. June 18.���The steamer Vollel had clambered book Into the
Cnrmania, which arrlveel hers today, boat, For sly. days he Subsisted on
bl'OUghl  Louis Vollel,    aged 88   years.   "efl   bliOUll   ;in,!   rainwater,  anil   when
picked up bad eaten nothing for eight
days.
ef the iiiuriler In the hlnierland of l.i-   ""'' ''r u"' (,,'<,w ot ,1k' f'shlng schoon-
berla of Waller Volz, the well known V Mimosa, Prom St.    Malo,   Prance,
utplorer.   Volz was captured by
��� s, fettered an i Imprisoned In u
nightly cheered to tho echo.   Merkelihut, In which be was burned aliv     I
bas made an appeal direct    to    the i   rtloti of bis cl   rred   ".;'   .a
Kaiser. I covered by a sturch party.
who  was   picked   up  on     lhe.    Grand] Bubonic  Plague.
Banks of Newfoundland   on Monday]    Port of Spain, n.w.i.. June 18.���it is
:[fl":  !:" l! ' ' ��een ftdrlfi in a dory for officially  announced    that    two fatal
i   days,     Ills  dory   male    had   cases of bubonic  plague have occur-
leeen   (Iriwacil   hy   a   nival   wave and   red on the Island of Trinidad.
' ��� f    "������
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
Wednesday
WE WILL
START YOU
Houseke
in a furnished home of your
own for
$25 down
and balance in weekly or monthly payments to suit your pocket-
books. This is a proposition worth
looking into, and you certainly
will realize the advantages we offer in this line by coming in and
looking over the new goods arriving every day and getting our
estimate to furnish your home.
It doesn't matter to us if it's a
mansion or cottage; we can deliver the goods and guarantee
entire satisfaction, as we stand
back of every contract we make.
New line of Sideboards, Extension Tables, Dressers and Stands,
English, Brass and other Beds;
Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, etc.,
etc.: In fact, everything requisite
to make the home attractive and
beautiful.
IRVING BEERS LEASES
THE OPERA HOUSE
 .
Stock Company and Cort
Circuit Will Provide Amusement   During  Season.
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_X
HJNE
For a consideration of $11hii per
annum, Irving Beers, a well known
theatrical man of Vancouver, bus secured a three year lease on the New
Westminster opera house, and proteoses giving the local patrons of the
drama a succession of attractions (luring the coming season that vvlli surpass anything previously seen in the
Royal City. Negotiations for the deal
between Mr. Beers and the B. C. Permanent company had been going on
for some time, but at the request of
the parties, had been kept private. Mr.
Beers takes possession on the first of
August,
The new lessee of the opera house.
: Intends to provide a high class stock
eompany. which will alternate with
the plays provided by the '''in circuit. The first attraction booked will
be "The Virginian," with Miss Mar-
jorle flambeau in the' leading rule.
Although the rem paiei by Mr.!
Beers runs into bin figures, he is con-
fldenl that lie ran make the opera
house pay, but several other people
who have been connected with the
management of the opera house in
past years are rather dubious as to
the success of his venture. It is reported on good authority thai last
season, the management onlj- managed to clear about $|di)i), in spite of
the facl that the house was let on
several occasions for political meetings at a good figure.
PANA
HATS
:
!
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t FOURTH SHIPMENT THIS SEASON JUST IN J
��� ���
SPROTT-S|
336 Hastin   . .:   .,.  y
Bookkeeping, Gregg'    "Tf
1    Shorthanl    | ."lpi^
glneering. My **_
Seven  Teach*
***-Fm   T
STUOKS'T., Al,,u
usprotua
THE VERY LATEST SHAPES
$7.50 to $10
:
:
H.L DeBECK
The Hatter
Columbia Sireet
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ft MONEY iiiirfl
Imperial Cattle W
ONE DOLLAR A QAJ
It pays to use it.     rhe co
better results if she ,.... Po. .,
fight flies.   Guarant,        . ..--
D. S. CURTIS HO., Dr��gs,SpJ
(New Westminster
F. CRAK1
English WatchmJ
Two   doors   from   Geo   Ada,
Generous Giving.
Those whose hearts have been
moved by the receni terrible distress
In China will be glad to learn that
the China famine funil monies cabled
by the Montreal Witness amounted in
all to $10,000, most of which was
cabled during the last two weeks of
the fund.
These gifts were received from all
over the Dominion, anil a sood many
more Witness readers were preparing to remit when they learned that
the   fund   was  closed.
The Witness li is always lent itself
to this work of receiving and for- I
warding subscriptions for worthy
causes, and vast sums have been collected by it for such purposes, one
fund, the Armenian relief fund, alone
amounting to over $15,000, Tin.
amount of work and expense involved
in receiving, acknowledging and forwarding these large sums of money
h very much greater than the general
public can at all realize, bul the ���Witness has done ir gladly and ungrudgingly, making no charge whatever for
Lot on Fifth St $200
Lots on Eighth, opposite Moody Square  300
Lots on Sixth Ave. near the Park  300
Lots on Columbia St.. Sapperton  .'100
Lots ofT Richmond St., Sapperton   125
These Lots are offered for a few days only
and can be bought for half cash, easy terms for the balance
P. Peebles
1 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Ladles* Gold Wai from |��J
Gentlemen's   Silver   ^-atches
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver   , u , I
case, $7.50 up. ���
Agent for the celel    ted S  thi
Watches, supplied   to   the   ::;
Arctic Expedition.    All warrant*
Chains, Rings, Jewelry etc .tt
w atch   repairing;    , urges' d
able. '
Phone 307
I
X*XeXfMay*&^^
'fi, wooi
BRIGHT   DAYS
��� SHOW   Vf   THE   BARE   SPOTS amm
Call and see our new lines of  FURNITURE.      The best of
s,   the latest o! patterns,   the best of workmanship,   and
the most reasonable of prices.
W. E. TALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
_3   716 and 71S Columbia St.      Four  Floors.       Rear  Extension.   Front St.   .
ffeSSEfZiStia^^
v
Canadian Pad
RAILWAY COMPAN])
Victoria Day
Tickets will be sold to all I   al | :.l
ONE FARE AND ONE-TMNf
for the round trip.
Tickets   on   sal'   Maj  .. . _U
gooel to return up t" Ma; 27
ED. GUI bh:
C. I". K. .A?aJ
.New  West:
Grand Trunk El
i���.
Lee's furniture Emporium
Phone 73 Diinunt Block New w_��.imin<_tn..
services or for n
iwspaper spare used.
New Westminster I
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH ('i)AST LIMITED"
Elecl ric-lighted I rain.    Low Rates,
Quick rime. Excellent Sen ice
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Ye_u
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
New York, Chicago,
THE TRAIN  OF  FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies  the newest    and bc;t idea;.
t c     o     _!ior   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
loronto,  bt.  _PaUl|and   LUXURY.     It  is   lighted   with
Victoria-Nanaimo  Record   Broken.
I     Victoria,  June   Is���With  a   view  to
showing Mr. Keating, a receni arrival
in   the  (itj.  the  fine  nature    of the
roads surrounding Victoria, an enjoy- i
nble trip was organized this week by
the I'liiuley company.    A special Interesl al tached to the trip, as the record   between   Nanalmo    was   broken.
The  trip,  one  of over  'no  mill 3,  was
made In n  number car. the time for
the dlstace  being  four   and    a   hall
hours.   The record was made In
of the facl that there was a continual
downpour 'if rain, and the time would
have been much Quicker had the new
Saanlch Arm  road  b,-ou i ild out.    Ii
j ir stated i ha I as opposed to t he pr's-
I em Sooi.e road, Ihe new highwnj  will
I mean a sn \ in-- nf fully   i wo hours on
the  trip between   Victoria   and Nan-
,'lilllO.
45    MILLIONS
THAT IS  YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   LANK   WITH
Excellent Train Service Betwe
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toro
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland,
- Th,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER    45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and paj interest four times
a .'. ��� .r on Savings Bank deposits.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Manager.
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round    Tri).
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full inform!ion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
both   electricity   and   gas;,   the   most
Tried to Bribe Magistrate.
Nelson,   .lune   i S   George    Chen >l I
....   ���   ���_..,   .....   iuwbi j appeared    hefore    police    magistrate
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the  whims ter yesfterdav charged with ns-
.vorld.      The   equipment   consists   of   ���������,���      si|.M. T       ;| ,.,���......., .,,,_,.,,..���
private   compartment   cars,   standard
__ .��� f i ; _!���_:_-..   "'  'he  town, and  1 "���  case,  being liro-
io  section   sleepers,  luxurious  dining '
a^^^^aaaa^^^ veil  WHS  fined  %', and COStS,    I 'lil'or! u-
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
further information  call  on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
"20 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS	
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY I~     .   ,���. .-   ���, _.
=F1NEST  AND   FASTEST=   ;   1      H __FI\| I      FY
EMPRESSES*! jni=rs,LI=Y
ft
.8,000 (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN) 14,800
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IRELAND I      TONS
.''.'.'.���. sailing from Quebec, May 31st,
; ' v ��� dates and particulars of re-
d       :;. in fares, apply to
l.n. GOULET,
C.   P.   K.   A ."lit.
Agenl for all Ati mtlc s.s. companies
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
nately for the prisoner lie tried
bribe the magistrate, was arrested by
chief constable Sampson and wa3
broughl up before J. II. Mc.MulUn, S.
M., who commltti ii hlm for trial.
Hotel Guests.
Guichon    B.   McMillan.  Portland: C.
' McOllvray, Cloverdale; W, O, Hughes,
Vancouver: C, E. Mellish, II. It. King,
A.   McN.augllton,   Vancouver;    Mrs.   A.
M   Woods, Detroit,
Win >r Fred Hrown, Mr and Mrs.
R, .1, Thompson, Vancouver; <!. W.
Bre .- sti r, \v. itidiler. Ladner; V Hall,
St. Stephens! N. B.; C. R, Bishop, Victoria,
Colonial Mrs. x. G, Freeman, Port
Moo ly; T. .i. Eamsden, Vancouver; V
Ar '��� man, f_, Coi hr in, Huntingdon,
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J Established 1887 Incorporated L906 z
I Gilley Bros. Ltd!
And all the principal businesscentti
ONTARIO. QUEBEC ai . th if
TIME PROVINCES.
Also te. BUFFALO, NEW  \  Ril
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara!
For Time Tables, etc., addreS
GEO.   W.  VA.X,
A .sistaut Gen'l Passenger and bi
Agent, 135 Adams St., Cl  ;ag   I
Spokane falls & Northern ll
Nelson & ft. Sfaeppard Ry.ft
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail r >ute betweeflj
points east, west and h I ,;!
land, Nelson and interm id ate .4
:onnecting .it Spokane w th :r"j
Northern, Northern Pai I c .m^��'l
& N. Co.
Connects al Rossland ���- ith the(
adian   Pacific   Railwa)   fe r  ^lll,*|
'���'i'"i'k  peiints.
Connects   at    Meyers    Falli
stage ''aily for Republic
Buffet    service   on   trains   bet*^
Spokane   anil   Nelson.
Sunday,    Novefflbe'
Wholesale und Retail
DEALERS  IN
WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
AND PEA  COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND  CE-
| MENT.
J        This  celebrated   (Vie.ent   is
J used by nearly all large contract-
��� ors in the Province.
��� ROSEBANK  LIME.
��
*
*
*
Effective
I90r.
Leave
920 a.m.
'^���-'5  p.in.
J.40 rt rn
Day Tr.iin
.. Spokane .
, ..Rowland  .
. .   .Nelson  . ��� ���
H. A   IA(
Ati
...7-151
4.10 i
.    045 f'1
1,'silS
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.   ���
TAK
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL *
BRICK. ���
From the Clayhurn Clay Co, *
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE, *
*    ���"����--"����  L.,,.,^. j     &and, CRUSHED ROCK. ���
J Telephones: Office 16,    Manager's Residence 22 ���
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The White Pass
and Yukon
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, -^ll\
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON *
FAIRBANKS.    Daily trains (m
Sunday)   carrying   passengeMi ^
express    and  "freight    comieot   ^���
stages at Carcross and Whi" "jl
maintaining a through winter S'"1���
Foi  information apply to
L H.  ROGERS, Traffic M��"��?
Vancouver, fl. .eSDAY.
JUNE   19,   '907-
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PROFESSIONAL
.mtif t EDMONDS. Barris-
"Ind solicitors, Blackie Blk..
* ���'"",,    New   Westminster,
,., ;_; ,   11. uEdmonda.
HAMPTON BOLE, solid.
' upreme court. Offices
of  Commerce'   build- ,
eet, opposite  post
Money  tc
of the   up
lian  Ban
^efweslminster
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
DUNSMUIR OFFERS
SILVER TROPHY CUP
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������
���
INSECT POWDER
| and   CATTLE   WASH :
TO   KEEP   OFF  THE   FLIES
...    rvEART &. McQVARHIE,
' \,.,   solicitors, etc.       Of
*     .  tminster, Trapp Blk.,
.     :A..,���,   and   Lorne  streets.
I .  . _���! to 24, 445 Gran
l^ ":.;.-.,'h Martin, K.C.,,.
,   w   (i. McQuarrie,  H.  A.
v Martin will   be  in tha
... es every Friday af
treet
Mr.
ainste
,,,,,,  &   BOWES,  Barris
9ol7cltors,   etc..   42   Lorne
..   Court    House,   New
v   Whealler, I'O. Boi
i..rrl, MARTIN, Barrister ami
f. ' ,'��� Guichon block. Colum.
WcKenzle streets. New West
13. C.
IyeRS &RAy. Barrister, Solicitor
��� y   _   .     , , in practice since
' t Xe�� Westminster. B.C.   Of
, , Curtis Block, Clark-
,.,.',.    Court  House.
Telephone 64.
HANSFORD,    Barrister,
��� r, etc., Crescent block.
f      C and      McKenzie
vv,  .'.   stminster, B. C.
^D OF TRADE.���New Westmin-
Board of Trade meets in the
Enl Room, City Hall, as follows:
���ond We Im sday of each month.
Xrtt.i.' meetings on the second
��..,.. .,1      February,     May,
eust and  November,  at   S   p.  tn.
jnual meetings on the second
Idnesday of February. New
Imbers   may   be   proposed   aud
Med ut any uionthlv or quarterly
ietiig.   A. B. Wh>'e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
dl CITY  PRECEPTORY, No.45S
B.   K.    e.f    1,    meets    fourth
my. each     month,    at     Ss
|m., in Orange   hall,   corner   of
aven;.. and   Tth street.     So
lining Sir Knights   cordially   in
fd to attend.    W. E. Dunlop, w
J. Hood. Reg.
Ial orange lodge, no. 1150
Jit-els in Orange hall li.'St and
f. I Frl ��� ij in each month at 8 p.
Visiting brethren aie cordiallj
Wted to attend. W. Pope, W. M..
ties Humphrey, Kec.-Sec.
|0.F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
��� reg.:.   : . etlngs of this lodge
held in      ifellews' hall, Colum-
every   Monday   evening.
I' Visiting brethren cor
f I te  attend.   S. Gregory
: :      mond, V. <;.: W. C
r '  '    R   ���-'��� :  .1. W. MacDonald,
v i   Kn ms. Trea i.
U, W.���FRA8ER LOCGE No. 3
'* ti?s Uu firsl and third Tues
. ,ln    *' ii '���    month.       Visitlnp
I'.' '���'������ ' ui . illy Invited to attend
,;"���'" room, A. 0. U. W. hall, Odd
"���8   '     li   Clarkson  stree.i.  C
:  corder;   Louis Witt
'   in.
f c��. C0LUMBIA    LODGE    No.
5, SON',  OF   ENGLAND,   B.   S.-
'' ' ������ e meets Second and
-'lay ,,r each  monih
II, Columbia St., at
��� i: ise Di
.���I...., Fourth
��� ��� t'i'.  month,  same
��� Visiting Brethren
I       E.   ii.  Stinch
��� 11. Dlsnev, Secretarj
pi
IETTE, No. 4099,  I.O.F.
��� irth  Friday  In ihe
J FIT BRl
loi :..  In the small
, '  '   block.     Visiting
I...    ,     '  cordially Invited to at-
iaxVl .     '"'"'��� t;. R-i   F.  P.
fRT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
|,i, '.   ;    '' ' regular meetings of
l��.C��ff^.����f!L8_!^
ftVn "esdays of each month
lisi; ,,.';���, "' ll>" Oddfellows' Hall.
|te       brethren are cordialy  In
��� '" attend,
Maxwi li,
P,
Sec,
0. Firth, C. R.;
RA��NYAL.TEMPLAR3 OF  TE
O'c]
Ce
Wd'i;,!! ''!," '"r,lli>"y incited"tonf-
P^NCE ,,���,,,
t.i   ��'clocl<  P.
'.ill,   (',,',,..,,
Brutlir
eiinlei;
M
every Wednesday
��������. In Oddfellows'
"    street.     Visiting
poe.
��' U'iit, S. C."
N. R. Brows
'���'���   ���:.l",ir
'��� ���'��� Forrester
John
McNiven
Rec Sec
PAPER 15 THE BEST
p,pE1 FOR ADVERTISERS.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Lieutenant - Governor   Pre- ���
sents $3000 Trophy For ln- * ��
ternational Yacht luce    g RYALL'S    DRUG   STORE :
���
EYES   Tested    Free ���
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
B.   E.   WALKER,  President ALEX    LAIRD,  General   Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
BANKING   BY   MAIL
Business may be transacted by m ..:   with   any   branch   of   the   Bank.
Accoun'. opened, and deposits i    le or withdrawn by mail.    Every
attentk - to out-of-town accounts. ,A  53
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH ���11. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, is TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Seattle, .lane 18.���A deed ol gift,
wherebj Hon. James Dunsmuir, lieu-
tenat   govi 1 nor   oi   ������' lumbia,
pn sents   a   magnifi ���       1     ""   silver
trophy   cup  to   be   raced by   tw .
! outs, one repri senl ig hi : tominion
ol Canada and thi othei tb. United
States of America, has i< - n made
public. The deed ol gil [daces I he
i ii|.. iei ro known as 1 he U< xan Ira,
to be di fi nded at thi utstarl bj
Royal Vancouver yen hi club. Th<
jecl of ih.. trophy is to pn mi te s 11 ht
designing and building and racing I ��� -
tween j ai htcwners ol thi I tominion ol
Canada and the Unit* . States. Vli
raci are to be held nn '��� 1 the 1 .-:-
: ie. - of the NorthWesti - n intei national Yacht Racing ass iation. All
' yachts c< mpi ting foi tl ��� eph> 1 1
shall be known as the : - - -:. t .-��� - ti 51: *-��� -
fi .' cl ss, as sei il In the ra Ing
: uh s of the assoch tion The cup
to be competed for not more :b tn
once each year. The winning of the
cer. shall entitle tli.' winni r to hoi 1
ii until the succeeding June 15, when
it must be turned over to ihe' trustees,
the Royal Vancouver yacht club,
The  course over which  the    races.
I shall be sailed mus: all be each a total   length   of twelve  nautical   miles,
and  shall be  a.i  equilaterial  triangle
of four nautical miles, to each leg. The
I time limit  ror any one race shall  be
fivi hours, and if the race is not sailed  wilhin  that  time it  shall be sailed,
[ ov r the next  succeeding week day,
The  concluding  paragraph    e.f   the
Idei 1 of gift  sets forth the plans for
j perpetuating the cup and the trustees
who shall have it  in charge.
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JUNE WEDDINGS
In the spring a young man's fancy turns to
thoughts of love, and in -lune he gets married.
We have now a splendid new assortment of
Cut Glass
including Bowls, Pitchers, Vases, Water
Bottles ;   and a   magnificent   selection of
Silverware
comprising beautiful Tea Sets, Candelabras,
Coffee Services, Serviette Rings, and Sugar
Basins.      To view our stock is to purchase.
Wedding Rings Our Specialty
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELER
CARR'S BISCUITS
in  half-pound  packages
c per lb.
BURNED CHILDREN ALIVE.
-AT
Adams' Celebrated Truss Rod
Also Studebaker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, Farm Trucks.&c.
Agents fcr the .!. J. Chase Threshine; Machinery.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
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! Phone 101
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I Reichenbach Company
LIMITED.
: Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
F0K YOUR NOT OIIIIEII BF MEAT
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Miss:cna-ies Tell  Terrible Tale About
Treatment of Lepers.
Montreal, .lune 18.���Eev, S. S.
Conrardy of Canton, China, who is
making a torn- through Belgium, England, Canada  and  the  United  States,
! with   the  oliject   Of   leiisiiiL;   ,1   fiuiel   to
equip a hospital and carry on his mis- |
sionary work among the lepers, is In
the city.   He was with Father Damien
when he died of leprosy.
While  In  Canton  recently 1kj cami
i-i contacl  with 100,000 lepers utterly
deserted,   but   for  the   help  thej   re-i
ceivi 1  from a few sisters of charity.]
There was nn pity shown to thelep- '
ers   bv  the'  Chinese,  and   hi   lilmsell
knew   of  many  cases   where'   parents
had  burnt   alive  children    who  were
flevi loping this frightful disease.
Adams & Deans
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL	
RESERVE  	
Branches throughout Canada and New
N'ew   York,  Chicago and   Spoka
eral Banking  Business  Transac
Letters of Credit issued, available wi
World.
Savings Bank   Department.     Deposits
and interest allowed at 2 per c
four times a year.
Total   Assets over  $1CS,000.000.P0.
MOW  WESTMINSTER BRANC
 $14,400,000.00
        $11,000,000.00
foundland, and  In  London,  England,
ne, U.S.A., a_nd Mexico City,     A Qen
ted.
tl. correspondents In  all   uarts of the
received in sums of $1 and upwards,
eet. per annum  (present rate)  added
II.
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
Found Contributory Negligence
Vancouver, June !v--"l find Buch
rontrlbul irj negligence on the pari of
the- plaintiff In ihis eas... thai 1 think
��� 1 am bound tee dismiss his action,"
saiel Judge Can., at the close of the
hearing of Alberl Call's suit againsi
the Wom. rn Canadian Can company
of .WW Westminster, for $1500 dam-
nges for the Less of thr. e fingi 1 s
while working at a machine In th<
t-on ��� an; 's  factory.
A Good Thing is Sore to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(M&ple J.eaf
Label)
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3 ULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
Reduced Round-Trip Rates
TO THE EAST
Tickets on sale July 3, 4 and 5; August
8, 9 and 10.
FOURTH of JULY RATES
Tickets on sale July 3 and 4; final return limit good until July 6.
'fl   Is gnininK in favor every day.    Our output last year was double the
9        preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
(For full information call on or address)
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Telephone 194
B. C Mills, Timber and
Trading
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pion<?��r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any,
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
���lervke not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
1.14 Third St.. cot Alder. Portland. Or.
iOO Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
���ompany
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuradutcrs  and Dealers in  All Ktrtiii  ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     .Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain ami Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia Str
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
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ma^ aa* ph�� Pan ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEWS THE   DAILY  XEWS.
WEDNESDAY, j
UNE ��!
THE DAILY NEWS
Published hy the Daily News  Puh-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
aces,   corner   of   Sixth   and    Front
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A. Paige Manager
Pure   Salt ��� prepared   by   a
process which separates every atom
of foreign substance from the salt.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT is
pure, indeed !
BODY FOUND FLOATING
I      AFTER SIX WEEKS
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .0
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20  been so frequently used
We Believe it mighl fairly be (lescribed as a Colonist patent; not that
it was Invented by that paper, but
because   it   was  first   used,  and   has
it.    We
cents  per  line, brevier  or  nonpareil,   ^ caJ]   ���   ,hf,   Introduction  of  the
1 Foretime' contracts,   special   posi- Great   Unknown.     Quotations   of the
tions. apply to advertising manager.      opinion  of the Great    Unknown���de-
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or  scrii,ed now as a noted expert, again
deaths.   50c.     Wants    for  sales    lost.. and
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per   word.      No  advertisement  taken ' so  forth   to   suit   the   occasion���have
for less than 25 cents. ! heen used  by the Colonist, in support
of all sorts of more or less objection-
Remains of Unknown Picked
Up in Pitt River���Body
Badly Decomposed.
The body of an unknown man,
found floating in the Pitt river yesterday, was brought to the city lust
night by Provincial Constable Wilkie.
The corpse was noticed yesterday
afternoon by the watchman at the
Piit river ferry, who secured the body
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
Night  Office    B22
���'i.^oji'.Jk'.i'tH. ���
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WEDNESDAY,  JUNE   19.   1907.
THE    BRAZEN    ORGANS.
As it is now evidenl thai certain of
the  McBride organs,  notwithstanding
the     good   advice  of  the   News-Ad-
vertser, are determined    to   malic    ;i
able schemes and more or less shaky   and  sent    word   to  the    city.    About
causes. This time the Great Unknown  seven-thirty last night, Constable Wil-
ie    n    Ifxravv    v__c.nnns;i!elo      rpsirlf.tlt       of i .  .      ,   ���     .
,   ie left in a launch and returned with
London," who writes to "a gentleman
In  Victoria  that   Sir  Wilfrid  Laurier
vent to London expressly to back up j by   D-  Murchie,  at   whose   parlors   it
the  Imperial  government In  Its    re- will be viewed by Coronor Pittendrigh
fnsal to adopt  preferential trade.   Xe this morning.
ihe. matte.r is put, the Inference that
Sir Wilfrid was asked by the Imperial
governmenl to come to i's help, lies
the body, which  was taken charge of i
The   body,   which   is  badly deeom
posed, has evidently  been in the wa
on the face of it; and as conser|'i��nee.
ter about six week-, ami seems to 1
rays the fVilemisi sir Wilfrid Is "per-   that of a white or halfbreed working-
son,a   gratissima"   (which  being. done|man, being clad in a complete suit of
overalls, with heavy boots on the feet.
A watch and chain are the only articles   of   identification,     which     were
into the vernacular means a white
party matter of everything connected j iieaded hoy) with the Imperial gov
with   the   Better  Terms  question,  we eminent;  but when he cann. Into cil
feel  compelled  t.> draw attention  t.a  ,i:sion  wiln  our own> a:1l! onlv R'ch
anl.   poof!   he went   down   "like  corn   found on the corpse
before  the  sickle"���or    'he    reaping' ���	
machine!     Ainl   ihere   you     are!      Io
Rubies
Diamonds
Set single and clustered,
in -plain and chased gold setting;
Beautiful Rings to tit the most delicate of ladies' fingers.
HORACE DORER
GOLDSMITH,   SILVERSMITH    AND  DIAMOND   MERCHANT.
COLUMBIA   STREET,   NEXT  TRAM  OFFICE.
certain points which, in other circumstances, we should be content to pass
over in  silence.    To one of these���
11,,,   ..,;���  ,   .,, , ,,      , , ..     , jtr: 11111 |ih0'.       Hail    to   the   conqueror.
uie    final   ami   unalterable    clause��� '
we have, referred already, but the fact
BURNED CHILDREN ALIVE.
set forth then will bear repetition.
The points which we propose now
lo deal with are those which the
organs are putting to the fronl in
their treatmenf of the matter. These
are. first, abuse of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, to whom thev ascribe Ihe authorship of the phrase "final and unalterable settlement;" and. second, foolish
laudation of Mr. McBride on the
ground that he went to London in order to secure the omission of the
words above quoted and did secure it,
and thereby achieved a "triumph."
As to "final and unalterable." thai
phrase or one equivelant to it appears In the resolutions eef the inter-
provinclal conferences of i^s? and
1902; ami every one who has given
Hie subject anything unite than a
men.l.v superficial attention must
know thai the aim an.l ohjeel of the.se
conferences of provincial premiers
"as to formulate some plan, accept-
n'.-b- to the. Dominion, by which the
Otiestfon of the amouni nf provincial
eubsidii - would i.e se| ;l( ,.esf The
'"'-��������� I iy we quoted from the Quebec
:'"" '���' r> ���"������ ot ISS7, showing thai the
words "final and unalterable" had
"ri-"''1 H 1 then : and clause (D) or
:i:<"" resolutions expressly sei forth
:!'���'' '' - "final and unalterable" provision was -ee ' e of the essence of the
tonf " "The -.tu mnts see to he paid
* * * * 'ee be declared by Imperial ��� nactmenl I 1 be final an l absolute."
l'u tin resolutions adopted hy lasl
year's conference^ with respeel to thi
regular subsidies- for Ihe adoption of
which Mr. McBride . ote I- the phi 11 -.
��� ��� . in a sllghtlj altere ! form The
resolutioi s are there proposed as a
ite  fn exlsl Ing    scale    ee'
subsidli and the 1 ingti -20 used Is
' definl and una!:, rahle.'1 It Mr. Mc-
Dride '! 1 1 considei ed the mai ter, 1 nd
Ihere ��� be no doubl lhat he had, he
knew   quite  well   v he n   he   voted   10
dn      ': ��� ' .:: ins,   111 it     b"     w ���-, -
asking   (he  I kimlnloii  to    adopt    the
ilisldh     ' herein   iel   oul   ���-.
an "unalterable" one,    Iii- quite I rue
ei ;;.i 1 i ;.i! of British Co-
had   no!   been   con side  1 l   nl
lhal   .-���  .���������  . t  the   pi     I Thai
Is not 1       . ;  ���    il     - etui I   lhal th ���
orgai      evhen they a      lhe to SI   WII
���  ' :  1. Insertion of the "I
. .    re tellli
dellbi       ��� an I   " 111 il  fai 1 ll
Tb.. second polnl to which v mr-
licularly ceil! at tenl Inn i- th ��� ���:���.'��� ��� ���
������ enl ;..i' "t t icl ~ Involved in writing of .Mr. McBrl 'e's pilgrimage to
"t'i foot of tli1' throne," :i. lhe organs   now   write eel'   it,  as   if  ii   had
! ��� e-!i    ,,;; lei'tlll ������;,   SOll I)'   -'e'l   UCC01111I   Of
the | :. -I.:!! i. mi ih,. drafl adopted hy
Hie Dominion paiilamenl of the "final
and unalterable" clause, As everybody i.'ieews, Mr. McBi i le had announce ' bis Intenl be" nl' appealing to
London long before tin. matter was
I niughi up iti the Ilominlon house al
���ill. 2 ��������� -o.]o]\ had ti..! at thai I Ime
i.e.-. called to the "final and unalterable " feature. .Mr. McBrlde declared
that his errand in I.em Imi was to
secure the inte.rve.ntion or the Imperial
:..... ���..;!.ait bei ween 1 he 1 lominlon
an.i British Columbia, in order thai
the former mighl be compelled to do
justice in tin. latter. In this mission
':������ wn - 1 ��� we told bim. foredoomed
p. r, 1! ire; and, as everyhodj knows,
he fall ' 1  utterly.
Let us who are Liberals be thankful
that he iiii] not forget mere." in victory! Fancy where we should have
been had lie demanded Sir Wilfrid's
head on a charger!
Missionaries  Tell   Terrible  Tale About
Treatment of Lepers.
Montreal, June Is.���Rev. s. S.
Conrardy of Canton, China, who is
making a tour throunh Belgium. England, Canada an.l the United States,
with the object of raising a fund t >
equip a hospital and carry on his missionary work among the lepers, is in
Ihe city. He was with Father Damien
when  he  died of leprosy.
While in Canton recently ho came
i-i contact with 100,000 lepers utterly
deserted, bul for the help they received  from  a  few sisters of charity.
There, was no pity shown to the lepers by the Chinese, an.l he himself
knew of many ca:=es where parents
had burnt alive children who were
developing this frightful disease.
Westminster Iron Works
GEN'ERAL MACHINE ANO ENGINE j
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, UH4UUB and
STRUCTURAL IRON    UUKK.
Ornamental   Iron   worn,   including ,
| Fences, Gates. Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence in I
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE _-.TKL.ii..'.
N'ew Westminster. f. O. ��74.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Wectmlntter. B.C.
THE   DAILY   NEWS   WANT   ADS.
BRING  RESULTS.
. ACREAGE
i'
A first class farm in  Chiiliwack District,   close   to   town,
��� ���  $75   per   acre;   1-2   cash.
Ml  acres on Pitt river, close to the  Eraser, with  - iod 1
kinds, ail cleare.I,  about 55  acres in  crop, price $7500, with ���-.-������--J
2o acres on V. W, & V. Ry, fn Burnaby, only :; miles      , partlt
ed, small orchard, 6-room house, good barn, price $2100, 1-2 cash,
S acres on main road on Lulu island,clos e to bridge,
cash, balance easy terms.
S20K.I
,10 acres oa Lulu Island, 300 yards   water-frontage,  only
city,  price $1500.  to a  cash  buyer.
:.-.:.���:
Hale &  Lam
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPER!
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335
P. O. Box
Boys and Girls want style in their Shoes just as
much as grown-up folks; but strength, durability
and proper fitting are more essential.
WE BELIEVE
OUR CHILDREN'S SHOES
EXCEL AT EVERY POINT
Boys' Slices, in box calf, grain call', Dongola k-ci, lace or Blucher
styles. (Voir, $1.75 to $3.50 a pair
Youths' Boots, in all the leathers that wear well; prices 1.25, 1.75 to 2.25
Misses' Tan Oxfords and Slippers, sizes 11 to 2  1.75 a pair
White Canvas Shoes, the very best grade  1.25     "
"     Barefoot Sandals,  made with   oak leather soles, sizes
11 to 2  1.50     "
Girls' White Canvas Oxfords,  size 8 to 10 1-2  1.00     "
Child's White Canvas Oxfords,  size 5 to 7 1-2  90c     "
Child's Barefoot Sandals, size 5 to 7 1-2  1.00    "
SPEAKING OF SIZE, we wish to say that we have a shape
and width to fit correctly every child's foot that comes to us.
We know how to do it.
THE FAIR OF 1907 Canadian Pad
RAILWAY COMPAIfl
EDMONTON
July 1,2,3 and 4
$15,000
i; EXPENDED
���IN ���
Horse Racing,
Attractions
and Prizes I
Formal  i ; i ning  by IL-- Hon. (I. I!.
V.   i; i ,..ea,   I :������ itenanl   i lovernor i'i
Albl I'lei.
Itesl Stock Show iis iiii! West
Reduced
Railroj
id
Rales
all Points.
Mme. M.
Fiske
ancl
15
Yor!: Artists
o.i Ih
^
%J
Driving Club Races
ev
jry
C'i'i
l-'or full  in
tormatii
n
app
y i
Secretary-Tre
isjurer,
fl
ora
;New
Qg.
thc
Watch
able.
repairing;
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JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd. ��� New Westminster
Second-HandPIANOS
ORGANS,    RANGES,    STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
Ruskon & Speck
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do all kinds
of   general   repairing.
Siyn   Man  on   Wheel.
Columbia St.. New Westminster.
Phone 273
We Eat to Live
Victoria Day Exc
i i    uti will be sold I ��� a
ONE FARE AND 01VE-T1
for the roun
Tie '��� ets on  sale  Mi
u'" d to return up to May 27.
ed. y.     ������
('. i'. K AfM|
New westntsj
RCRAK
English Watchmakej
Two   doors   from   Ceo. Adamh "q
Ladles' Oold Watchi 5"��� 4
Gentlemen's   Silver   \\
fai e, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Wai |
case, $7.50 ii;,.
Agenl ror the ci lebrati I
Watclu s, su i] lied   to ���   1
Arctic .expedition     I
Chains, Rings, Jewels    '
PRon-sitti
BUSINESS INSI
LIMITED
836 Hastings St. W . Vancouve
Bookkeeping, Gregg aud i'-���������'���}
Shorthand, Telegraph.   '"! ''
glneerlng.
Seven  'Teachers
torty-Five   TypewriW*\
Students Always in Dema"11
R. ). im\l B.A., ^
r>\   the way,  the Colonist,  of Victoria, introduces a  new complication.
8hw
Bul at the same time it  is npcea-
s.u-y to know what we are eating
At KENNY'S Cafe
You
can rely inn.n Getting the
lEST  OP  EVERYTHIN   .
J.HEINl
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Special!;.
Tel.  113. Office,  Eiyl'"1
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B
jtrl<l
-M_^��*d. INESDAY.  JUNE   19.   1907.
TIIE   DAILY   XEWS.
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The Cash Store
EMBROIDERED   LINEN
DRESS PATTERNS
At   Marvelous   Reductions
CITY NEWS
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$14,00 Embroidered Costume, oi pore white Linen, Reduced to $8.50
112.50 Embroidered Costume, oi pure white Linen, Reduced to ��7.75
All you have to do is to make the waist and tit the skirt.
Makers' Samples EMBROIDERED WAISTS
At One-Third  Off Our Regular Prices
roid ired  Mull V. ai    -.   m i I ed  '1 iwn  to     52.50
$1.7.")  Embroidered  Linen   W Ists  marked   lawn to      $1.25
. iroi lered  Linen  Waists, ���������       Ins   tion, fo    $3.60
350 yards Fine Allover Lace.    Choice 50c.
���  Includes fancy desigt.a In  Brusa Is, Nets, Oriental  Laces, Tucked Silk   with   insertion.    Colors
, White and Creaa    .     "i       to $1       ind $1.2 ai 5Cc
While Lawn Suits at $2.75
la       i cai   ' ill;                Ski       c               wid      I'rimmed  with good Embroidery.    Look   ;ood at
mr special $2.75
���nefitted - ���'���      ���'       i have a few  minutes I i spare I mi irrow  il  will b    >\cll
o  ins; eel   I.Ik se   '-���������' ..:-.-.    We give you ' i  m ���;���   back.
;.   .. .-- So   Iti (eiay,     night        :--   ol      i   oasii.   On  sale  Friday'    morning,    Be     m
early,  It's an i
Double   Score   Bet   Decision.
Sporting Editor, Dail]  News,
s        \   et was mad   over I is   Sal -
nr laj 'a -..- i      n tvi ei i   the  A*' Ca  a
,las  and tlu-  New    Westminster    lacrosse teams.   A bel B that the home
team would double the score, and, as
the result   was seventeen  to nil      H
The   ib   N.   K.  barge  Sydnej   wont      The- Ritchie came in yesterday from   claims   thai  he   win-,   as   a   score ol
down  river yesterdaj   with three box   Victoria  with   a  cargo  of  passengers  nothing cannol be doubled.   Will you
cars e.int  freight. please decide the question
STAKEHOLDER
Now Westminster, June 18, 1907.
[This problem lias been discussed
and Battled time and again, Sporting
Authorities agree that, although such
a ivsnlr is not, strlctlj    speaking,   a
An ie,' cream and Btrawberry fes- "Barlow" Galbralth has again been
rival will be given In the S:. An- engaged to look after the' Maple Leaf
drew's lecture room .en Fri.lay even- lacrosse boys an.l has he,mi given a
ing. free hand, even to the picking of the'
team    Whai the team needs most  is
The citizen's  picnic committee will
some good steadj  players, bui    good
meet  tomorrow  night  at  eight  o'clock
In the board of trade rooms, to report   , ..
Harlow    is a tirst class trainer and
on transportation. ,   ,      , ��� ,
' , under his guidance a notable chance
Two carloads of trosen halibut will   n'~hr <" take place.
coaching  will be almost    as    good,   doubling of the actual score, as noth-
lng cannot be doubled, yet as the
question at issue is nol a mathematical problem, but the settlemenl ot ;i
be shipped east todaj \ia the Dominion Express company, Thi' fish is
consigned ie> Winnipeg and Toronto
firms.
The  following  results of the races
in the Bports he'll on the occasion of
the' St, Louis college picnic at English
baj   are published by request:  75 yd.
The'   prize   list   in  connection   with  dash���1st, .1. Quichon;   2nd,  I.   Greg-
ie Provincial exhibition will be pub-  or>'i   ���"'"  >''��� i|ish    ls!-    B     English;
shed earlj    nexl   week,   the    rough  2na". (;   Feeney.    Handicap    race���C.
roofs  being   now   in   the  hands    of  Langlois,    Three-leg  race���L,    Greg-
lanager  Keary   for  correction! | ":'-v  ;lmi "���   Swenceskl.    Potato  race
���i. Hen jn, ll. Swenceskl.   Relai race
wager, the man betting thai the' score
I would be doubled wins, if the' other
party quibbles over the settlement, A
is justified In taking it emi <f his
hide- -if he is big enough.]
Cut flowers au.l Pot  Plants.     Ring
up TWy, the florist   'Phone A184.
The'  steamer Woodford,  which  has
Grew
and  J.   Ilovm.
Or.
Store   Close
As   Usual :    3    P. IVI.
"r"I
__��.   ML
267-271
i 1 Columbia St.
been  loading at   Millside, is  now reel ted to have all the cargo on board
ana ready to leave.   The boat may be
down today or the day after.
mile race���L. Gregory. One-half
mile race���B. English, Bicycle ra -e
- II. Swenceskl,
Notice to Contractors
A youngster, uol over twelve years
- : age, stalked Into the police station lasl nighl aboul elghl o'< 1 ick,
The Baptist church al Robson is in accompanied bj two other little lads,
the process of erection. A. \v. Dym- 'U1'' approaching the chief, pushed a
ock, late of New Westmlster, is pas- formidable blue paper under his nose
tor and carpenter combined, and re- ��� n,! traglcaly exclaimed: "Whai do
ports good progress.���Nelson rami- >"ou mean by that." Having recovered
dian. his second wind, the chief gravely in-
formed ihe' deputation thai a China-
, Detective Bradshaw is at preseni man had laid ,a complaint to the effeel
���enjoying a ten .lay's well earned holi- ,,,.., ,,.,>v ,,���, ,,,,.,,. throwlng stone8 ���,
day. Though he is not supposed to liin, -,-,���, ,,,..������.���!,,���. however, told
be working, he is still to be noticed ,.���;.,. ., differen( shl... am) SI:1It,i,
wandering around with an eye open lhal ���,,. Cele8tIa, had annoyed them,
for emergencies. and  sU.,u,k  ,...,, ,���.  the  la,ls.���,lh  ;1
The call of the Rev. R. J. Douglas. stlck> to which he retaliated bj-Vrlk-
of Trail,   it.  c. to the  Presbyterian 'ng the unsophistlcatedTheathen Iftthe
church  at   Chiiliwack  will   he consiel- ��� >'e wllh 1;la ;';,;;-    The chief t,oM ttte
ered  at  a  meeting of the' New West- youngsters    ��� a. "��� -ir In the mbmlng,
Minster Presbytery to be held in the wnen  ,ll<'   'angled skein   will   be  un-
St.   Andrew's   lecture    room   at    two ravelled.
lock  this afternoon.
Tenders for building extension tei
Windsor hold will be received bj (he-
Undersigned, up to noon of Tuesday,
.lune 25. Plans and Specifications
may bo Been at Windsor hotel or it
e tlice of C. H. Clow, Sixth street,
Lowest or anj tender nol necessarily
accepted.
P,  0   BILODEAU,
NOTICE
Noiice Is herebj gi'.en that on ot
before the- 19th ddj ee'' .lune. 1907, I
inte'iul tei make application to lhe'
'License Commissioners of the> City
of New Westminster tor n liquor
license tor the Hotel Russell d ew being erected in this cit j. and situated
on Carnarvon, Alexander and Begble
streets.
Dated this 10th daj of June, 1907.
E. J. FADER.
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iv^*'iw^Ka^flia��!��s��sa_saBe
THE   STEAMER   BEAVER   will   leave
'he' c. P. N. wharf, Friday, June 21,
il S a. in. for Harrison, laying there
iver night, and leaving al daylight for
return trip, thus giving a daylight trip
through  the lake both  ways.    Round
Uip tick.'is wil!  Ijfi Issued ai  $3,
Chief Mcintosh has received n letter from Mrs. Emma I.aw. of Anacortes, Wash., in which she requests
him to endeavor to fiud Tier sun
Ei nesl i ati of whom she has nol had
tidings for over a year. The chief
vishes the young man to call on him
If   his shoul ', catch his eye.
An Englishman, named A. Bur-
rough, who h.as been confined to the
1 e lolui ';:e!i li is iltal for some
time with inflammatory rheumatism,
was removed to Ihe hospital for Insane    yesterday   by  Chief    Mcintosh,
The   | rotrtti ted   Illness   hn
unhinge I Ihe man's mind.
'vldentlj
ENGLISH BRASS AND IRON BEDS
Just received a shipment of Brass and Iron
Beds direct from Birmingham, Eng.   They
are handsome, strong and durable.   Corm-
see the line.
White Bedspreads, Sheets and Pillow Cases
Ce mi  and inspect. A gri at variety.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
'ONT   BLOCK, phone 73        NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
I       CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
A   deputation   from   ihe'     Women's
i   to rent    A room, apply Daily News    Axillary   of  the.   hospital, consisting
" nf  .Mrs.   11.   II.   Cei:-,lon  and   Mrs.   Him
,   e,
jihini'o will wait ien the. hospital hoar
I    HOUSE   AND   TWO   LOTS i i   n at, which will meel In the board of trade
inter  site  on rooms nl   three-thirty  ihi< afternoon.
���������!,   minutes    from    posl The  nhjecl   of  the  deputation  i-e  un-
\    |e    i'    .\.   Daily   News derstootl   lo  be  In    connection    with
idei   : i   local! ui
,   ir   lie.-
1)1     Cl
office.
some  worl. i e  be undertaken
auxiliary.
\    he
OR SALE \ good paying business,
the Arrow Job Printing Plant, good
will   a,
The' elertoi s  of  Burnnhj   will  meel
"Here You Are
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A  fall sized  LOT and a 1'2
storey HOUSE,
well located on Fifth Avenue: six rooms,
bath, electric light, etc., and almost entire-
ly new.    Can he got for
$1200 Cash
running concern.    Ke me 'n the h vn hall nexl  Wednesdaj   foi
I, Daily N'ews Blook.                    tf  the  purpose ot  nominating a   per  in
  to servi   on Ihe school hoard in plan  ;
rO RENT   Thirteen roomed boarding of VY. George, who recently resigned j
house, em i furniture ror sale. Appl; Should n poll become necessary, \>t-
.!.  ii. Johnson,  10th. St, and   Vuck-1 ing  will lake  pla in    ihe'    twenty-
land Btreet. ninth, commencing al   nine a.  m. In
_.  nu, town  hall, and also al  the Bar-
MISS L.  HOE from  England, trulned n(l| BcnooihouBe,
under  Ro; al academy  masters.   An
expert teacher of the plnaforte, also For    bedding    plants,      especially
drawing and painting.    Address for Asters,  telephone   T.  Davies  ,t Son,
the'preseni   r.  0,   New   Westmin- B 20S.
Bter, It. ('.
- j    Qood   work   Is  being  done  on   the
WANTED- Man for grocery    wagon. new ,.,.,   wi,ieli    |s  bolng    bulli   tor
Musl be good with horses and know   11;iyi ,.s  ,1M|1  preBi0n,  bj   Brown  and
city   well,  good   wages  and  steady  .,,.,���,;,���.., below the Small & Bucklin
employmenl   to  good   man.    Applj   ml]1    The  ,���,���.  boati  whi,.h  wm  h,.
j    at once, C. A. Welsh, tf.,,,,   ,..,,.,   |onger   ,,,.,,,    the   Fearless,
_ _ - ""will also  have  more  lee'iini  anl  depth,
TIMBER  LANDS���-We deal exclusive- Lml  |,|,|s  [air  |,, be  .uie of  the  hai!
ly in timber,   Have large and small Isr.mesl tugs on the river.   Mr. Brown
Lracts  on  water.    If you  wish  to expeotB ,,, Bee  n,,, ,.,.:in  v,..u\v    ,,,,.
buy or sell, see me.   53. u. Chandler, worl( ear\y in October.
407   ll!istini,'.s St., Vancouver, B.C.   i
There   will   not  lie   much     bUSln
Splendid Styles
No^v  In For
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ummer
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ear
and the balance on terms.
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!���LEOD, MARK &  CO.
J3J�� ^rm Land Specialists,"         b^^Wcs^
'  ^uT^^rrY ADVER TISInT IM  THE  MORNING  PAPER.
FOR SALE���A small laiamt containing
about IB acres, close to New Westminster city. Can lie used for a mill
site. For particulars apply to
Gunilerson & Anne's grocery.
I
brought  before  the license  commissioners  ai   their    quarterly    meeting
this evening.   E. J. Fader will np
for ei  license for the    Russell hotel,
and the license, inspectors rtporl will
= |le   received.      A    reipie s!    1'or   ;e   tl'aUS-
fej  ot  the license'  of tha Occidental
PSPCfl IQ THF HWTfhotel was n Ive I too late, and will
rrtrc.i id ine dcdi _  ,.,���,!,,,,,���, ,��������� t!���. nMt
meeting   of   tho   commissioners   in
September,
Fine WorsteJ.s, C!isv.k  T'a jeds. in single ar.d
Juutlc breasted styles.
Our V^indow shows thc smartest lir.es ot new
a-d dressy clothes.
Hluiiisieij
PAPEfi Fi HERTK.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Sole A {J ents for New Weohninster. THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
JUNE
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Half The Year
is nearly past, and every day sees Real Estate in New Westminster advance in price. Call on us immediately and see
for yourself the values we are able to offer.
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rHEN the wife���tired of sewing made easy
by use of  the  Singer Sewing Machine
bought at J. H. TODD'S-wants to entertain her husband, she brings out the
PHONOGRAPH
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU   WANT  BETTER THAN  THIS?
2T'-o acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, iy2 storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 0
and 12 nionths.
This property is only n mile from
; tram line.   Over two hundred chickens and ducks could he sold with the
property ut a snap.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
:i,ii  acres,
$40 per acre
re un city.
chooses  the  selections  he  enjoys, and
prepares  to spend a pleasant evening.
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C lots
on
Columbia St.
Sapperton,
Xo. 2!
-28,
Div. 3, Block
If!. Lot 26,
$450;
L
its 27 and 2^
$400;  Lots
20. 21
and 2."., $300.
All cleared.
Half c
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balance at T
per cent.
i   road,  Burnaby.
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OVER 6,000 RECORDS 10 CHOOSE FROM
I J. H. TODD'S
NEW WESTMINSTER'S
MUSIC HOUSE
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LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register Francis C.
Honour as the owner in fee simple,
under a tax sale deed from the Mayor
and Treasurer of the City of Xew
Westminster, to Francis C. Honour,
hearing elate the 2nd day of October,
A. IV 1903, of ,'iU nm] singular that
certain parrel or tracl of land and
premises situate, lying and being ln
ih>' City of New Westminster, in the
Province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described as
Subdivisions 17. 18, lb, of Lot s, suburban  block  0.
Vo'i and each of you are required to
contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, otherwise' I shall register
Francis C. Honour as owner thereof
in fee And I direct that publication
of this notice in ;i daily newspaper
published in Xew Westminster for
thirty days shall be good nnd sufficienl   service hereof.
Di '"il ai tbi' Land Registry office.,
\i w Westminster, Province of British Columbia, ibis 19th dny of March.
A.  I). 1907.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
'b-   Gi   rge VV. .'. mii ���   n. Esq.
which   they   will    agree  to  make  the
delivery.
Separate tenders for the three articles, viz., engine, boiler and derrick
will   be received,   and   separate  ten-
i ders  for the scow or tenders  for all
together.
An accepted cheque on a chartered
I Canadian  bank equal to 209_  of tho
whole amount of the tender must accompany each tender.      The   cheque
accompanying    the   tender   accepted
will be forfeited if the party tendering declines to enter into a contract
or  fails to complete    the work  contracted  for, and each cheque  will be
returned immediately in case of non-
acceptance of a tender.
The  Department does  nol   bind   it-
I self to accept tbe lowest or any ten-
| der.
I Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Departmenl will not be paid.
F.  GOURDBAU,
Deputy Minister of Marine anil
Fisheries.
Ottawa, Canada, 28tb May, 1907.
NOTICE TU CREDITORS.
28   acres  on    Ma
,$160 an acre    FOR
ONLY.    One-quarter cash
and 2 years at 7 %.
2 lots, full sized. 132xlo2, corner of
the Crescent; 7-roomed house. Price
$'0,5O0, i/z cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.
Block 12 on 12th St.. east side;  10
full sized lots.    Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
A  Cheap Property.
House 6 rooms,    flush closet,    1%
, storeys, on Fourth Ave., one Iot from
Second    St.    on    south    side.   Price
$1900;.  half cash,    balance at 7 per
cent.   Fruit trees; lot 55x105
House 30x12, 4th    St., between -Ith
and 5th Ave.;    2 single and 1 double
' bedrooms    upstairs,    and   bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry.   Full sized lot run-
' ning back to Ash St.     Price $3,500;
i $1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
a: 7 per cent.
Six  and  one  half  acres, one  acre
: cleared ready for planting;  1 1-2 acres partly cleared.    House,  5  rooms,
14x24;   storey  and  half,  small harn;
chicken liouse; fruit trees and strawberry  plants;   $1,700, half cash;   balance in three months at 7 per oent.
This is a valuable holding, and near
; to the city, call and bring this advertisement with  you   for further parti-
��� culars.
1 lot Xo. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Xos. Sl to 86 and 96, 95 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; Bmall
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2  house, C   rooms    and    flush
FEW   DAYS closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
balance 1 street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; .1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
17 lots, full si;��, Gth St., Burnaby,
east side, 100 yards from Cliff Can
Factory; soil good. Price only $1020,
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
2 lots on Sth St. between 5th and
Oth Ave. on east side;  full sized, tJOx
Two lois on  18th stree;. between 7th and Sth avenues.
Corner of Hamilton stree'
Xo. 11 and 12. Price $245, ]���
cash, balance 6 months.
160 acres in Surrey; S :.' ol
\ _. of *ot- 9, township 2. Log
house, 10x24, and chicken cops.
small barn; 60 fruil trees; 12
:,, res cleared, I acres under
cultivation and 8 acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, ',- cash, balance' in 12 months at ',���;
I full size lot, I.lock 0, lot 14,
St,   Patrick's    Square:      Price
$450.
] lot, 55V��xl66, Ti nth street,
ofT Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
8 - roomed modern res;fl
(lence on 4th Av. betwJ
6th and 7th St., with!
acre of land, contaid
fruit trees, outbuildinJ
stables, &c.; an exceptio j
ally cheap bargain.  prjj|
$4,500. $2,500 cash, balaiJ
in 1 year at 7 percent,
40 acres '�� section 11, x. n, (j
or Tn. 2. about 3 mile        ������:..;:;���
Haworth  road, Burn ..."
11^ storey house,
other
hack:
cul
can be ad li
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tal"; sail
l%  acres i ���    ���    and ��wj
with clove, re.i; ���., ,   ;J
One  mile' fio'M  ��� i: i   . ',;;���������
$1,200;.   terms ha I balanw
months al
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l full sized lot on St. Pal . ���
nortii side, between '��� '<Mv.-:,|
and clover's house. Prici $47;, jjj
cash, balance in 6 tn< n hs at ; '
Full sized lot No. 12 on Roval ul
House, corner ol ,tn St. and iia am] Mh gt price $.1C50. ��� . ������,"'
Ave.; li rooms; 2 full sized lots, 66x iJa]an(,<. at 7 9i per am
132; orchard of apples, pears and Wpatpr1v . ,, ,,. , ��� , a
plums. Price $4,000. $2,000 cash, bal- .g^iVo /,, ^*��J
ance on time at , ',. houBea drawjng j28 :��� i m nth   k|
ill  acres  Murphy Landing,    4 miles $5,000, half cash, balai       :. t! itj'J
above  .Mission Junction,   .lust at the months.
landing of Murphy Landing, about the % tots on Princess St , No. 11 I
centre of Iot; 25 acres cleared, under 12, between 6th and 7th ',������ , two21
cultivation: 4-room house, barn and from 6th St. on south side. Pfel
stable;  about one acre orchard, bear- Xo. ll, $210, half cash, balance 6nfl
u 7 >, :    Xo. 12, clean il    $3
ing fruit trees. Price $1,350. on easy
132; Xos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for terms (or $1,250 cash). $22 per acre,
both, half cash, balance easy. Vj cash, bale.nei' 6 anel  12 months.
2% lots on corner of 5th Ave. and 10 acres section 32, X.-E. corner of
Cth St., S.-W. corner; cleared.    Pric *-W"  *��� ��nclea.-cd      Timber fir   ce-
dar, and alder: good soil; a mile Irotn
$1200; half cash, balance in G months Yflle road; sandle road ami new road,
at 7 per cent. -  ]ots COrner of street between Sth
% acre between Queen's and 3rd __Dd 9th Av<'- on 2nd st-' ?!de ,of ~n.a
Ave. on west side of 10th; Xo. 5 and
cash, balance 6 mos. at
6, Block 4S; 132x165 feet; all cleared
and fenced. Price $1050; $550 cash,
balance in G months.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $S00 cash
2 lots, Xo. 24 and 32, block 0, between Sixth avenue and Xanaimo St.,
and between llth and ICth streets.
Price $425 for both, cash
Block 7, Lot G, 2 subdivisions running from 5th to 6th St.. 4th and nth
Ave.; one lot on tram line. $800 for
one; price $1,500 for the two.
equal to one aire; partly cleared
$500, half cash. A splendid opportunity for investment.
S rooms, 2-storey liouse, bath room,
water and light; full sized lot, 66x100
feet, situated Gth St. between 4th and
5th Ave. on west side.      Price $2,300,
$3,500. subject to 10 montmil
lease. .Fine residence for sale oa il
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avenue.il
Splendid location, now rented Ik J
$30.00 per month; lease can bee*1
tended if purchaser to desires, k\
good paying investment. Terms tt J
be arranged.
'/2 cash, balance in G months at 7
24 acres in Sunbury; 6 chains water
Double tenement house, 4t_i_.nl
1st and 2nd St.: 1 lot. Price ll.lt
cash half and half in 6 months ,1:'.
Rents for $10 each tenant.
160 S.E. Vi of Section 26, Disl I
front; 12 acres cleared; broomed 10 acres.partly cleared; Kanaka cre*
house, lath ami plastered; wood shed, running through; good roa.l; oneui
chicken barn and fruit trees of all
kinds. Price $3,000. Terms one-third
cash, balance G and 12 months,
7 Ixits on Twelfth street, between
Queen's and Third avenue: west side
of car shop; full size. Price $3,500
cash.
In the matter of the estate of Charles
Blair, late of New Westminster, B
C.| deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the "Revised Statutes of
All persons served with this notice. British Columbia" 1897, Chapter 187,
and those claiming through or under thai all creditors and others having
them, ami all persons claiming any claims against the estate of the said
interest in the said land by virtue of Charles Blair, who died on or about
any unregistered instrument, and all   the 20th day of April  1907, are re-
2V2 storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 66x1 C2;
lane at back; part of lol set out with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $l,5no cash, balance C and 12
months at 7 per cent.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
'lie city, from $25.00 to $3,��00
Full sized lot in Sapperton, facing
Brunette  street.    Price $150 cash.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
i>6 acres, half mile waterfront, G.X.
K. running through. $9,460, terms
easy.     Investigate.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whose title is
met registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said land so sole] for taxes
in proi Ided by the 'Laml Registry
Act."
TENDERS    FOR    DERRICK.    SCOW.
EOILER   AND   ENGINE.
TENDERS addn ssed to the under-
slgni d al Ottawa, and marked on the
envelope "Tendi rs for Scow, Steam
Engine, Boll r an l Derrick for buoy
service. British C< lumbia, or tender
for scow alone," will be received up
to the
20th DAV OF JUNE,  1907,
for supplying and delivering al Victoria, a  wooden scow and the erec-
tion on ioard of a steel derrick with
hoisting engine, boiler and other ac- such distribution
quested on or before the 22nd. (22)
day of .lune. 1907, to send by post,
prepaid or deliver to the undersigned
solicitors for Roderic Sample and Dr.
Edwin .1. Rothwell, executors of the
lasl will and testament of the said
deceased their christian and surnames .nl In ssi s and descriptions, the
particulars of their claims, ihe' statements of their a< counts and the nature i :' the se< urities fi" an; i held
by them.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that after such lasl mentioned date
the said executors will proceed to distribute ih" assets eef the deceased
among the i artl is entitled then to,
i:a\ lng regard only tei the claims of
which they shall then leave notice.
and that the said executors will not
be liable for the sail assets or any
pari thereof to any person or persons
of whose claims notice shall not have ���
been received ley ihem at the time of I
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a comnimamiing
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; bot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
81,500 cash, balanci.. arranged.
2 lots, 20, 21; No. 20, $170; Xo. 21,
(corner) $175. D;;;ham and Second
streets.
20 acre blocks, fruit lands, nesr
Junction, $20 per acre.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month,    Only $1,050.
House,    10   rooms,  IVz   lots,   near
Fourth   avenue   and   Seventh  street, on llth St
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
4  full-sized Lots   between   Seventh
One full sized lot, 66x132; 2 storey
house; 7 rooms; Hush closet upstairs;
al! modern improvements; new house:
$3,000. '2 eash, % in 6 months at 7
pei cent. Good sized stable and fruit
trees. Second house from Sth street
west, on upper side.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; goo.l roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, is, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
sheet and 8th 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
of sub 9. $300 cash. % cleared; size
55 feet by 132 feet.
House   and three   lots, corner 3rd
Ave. and llth St.;  5-room house anl
kitchen.    Price $1,500, one-thin] cash,
bal. 6 and 12 months af. 7 per cent.
Cottage ot 1 rooms and woodshed;
si iaii stable; 1 lot 44x132, on 2nd lot
fi om 4th .v. . on 13th St., west side;
practically new;  papered;  sink and pan-
ir'.    Price   fl. :   terms $200 cash,  $15
' 11 nthly ni  .  pe :��� cent, or rents at $10 per
. .  'iiii for ��� ne year.
2 lots off Cumberland St., Sapperton,
$5(1 per lot.
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast at this price.
���1  room  bouse,    bath room,  pantry;
lo acres North road, % of a mile
from city limits on Port Moody; i
acres under cultivation; 7-roomed
house; frame barn; chicken house,
barn 40x80, fenced and in good -..
pair south side. Price $4,500, half
cr.sh, bal, in G months at 7 ier cent.
2 Ids corner eef 10th and St. Andrew's
fit., between tile and ."lie Ave., west sale
of 10th St.; all cleared.    Vr'-SSOO. half
cash,    balai   f,  months at  7  per cent:
hoth  nm   through from street  tie  street;
n good bargain.
More exclusive  properties  just   listed
with us for saie.
Lot 5. opposite   Knox church, Sapperton, easl  side Columbia Street on
car line.    $300 cash.
3 lots south side of Sixth Avenue;
very light clearing; 60x115% feel on
Sub. Block  10.    $1050 cash.
1 lots on Fifth Street, 11. 12, 13, 11,
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 each, half
cash, balance 6 months at 7 '..
2 houses corner of Men ival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lol II; one house rem.- for $25. the
other $10; flush closets and all con-
nected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2.01111.    balance In  6;  12 and IS
10  months at 7 >,'<���
N.-B. 1, e.r Suk 19, Township 10; some
Imber.    Price .fie, per ai ri ; ti rms $1,00*
north of Webster's corner; shit
mill .m<! P.O. at tbe west corni U|
ber worth $7 [ifr acre; cedar and frl
4 miles from Pott Haney. Ptitl
$2,100; terms $1,100 rash, balanci \
ranged.
10 acres 'and New Westmlnster.Lil
5.   S.   Div.   34,  Surrey;     3   miles fMI
bridge.    Price  $400;     $2        ' I
ance'  terms at  7  %',     near the T   |
ver cannery.
S.-W. Sale. Township 13; some I I
railway runs alongside; "i'i ��� ������'' ''I
chard. F'rie'<- $15 per tire; terms ��l |
cash, balani ���  In thn -��� ��� qual payme
1 acre clay, housi on tram Iim w J
Joyce Maiion; partly cleared; lencdl
across front facing tram line. $10*|
$700 ca.b. balance arranged,
One acre in block
tween 18th and 16th St
on Sth Ave.   Price
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
S750,
Bh, bala
Small house for sale, facing Agnes and Victoria,
west of 6th St. $1,700.
Water and gas connections.   Terms.
Small house, Victoria St.,
6 rooms. Water.
James Inlet, three square mi
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balanci eas]
Large lot and  ino cottages onC��
lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rented [
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey he i ��� ���'���'������'
full size lot, situated north side ol
Re yal avenue and corner of McKlnnli
street; 9 rooms; bath room, ie I '::
cold water, closet; woodshed; young
I < ..: :." fruit trees; streets "ii three
sales; fine view. Price $1.S00. $900
cash.
Lol racing 2nd St., betwei Q Q :"!::
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Q ":;''
Ave.; ;,l:xI22 feet; all clean I; '���'!:''
ah ngi: le and back. Price JbOOHi
half cash, balance easv at  7
One lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street. $1350.
for sale exclusively.
eel ween Quern's and 3rd
Avenue.
1 acre upper side of 1th Ave. and 2
lots west of 6th St.; large bouse of 8
avenue    and Hamilton street, east of rooms;    electric    light    connections;
Dat i nI
Solicitor:
Block
cessorles according to specification:
also for supplying and delivering at
Victoria where directed, a double cylinder tandem hoisting engine, winch
to have four hoisting drums and two
winch heads, an upright steel tubular
steam boiler of 30 horse power capacity, and a structural steel derrick.
Specifications of the machinery and
plans of the derrick can be obtainedl
at Hi" Departmenl here, at the agen-    ,fflce 'r'D"n<' "<*���      Hirra r-bone 137
cy of this Department, Victoria,    al ' Columbia 8t.
the Customs House, Vancouver, and
the customs Hous . New Westminster, B, ���.
Tenderers must   furnish    plana   of i��  i,        i ��t >*     ���.
the boilers and engines offered, and'LlgHl ERfi Heavy llaililH;
Eighth street; all cleared and fenced;
this 22nd.  day of May,  1907. L ,arge barn on oneof the ]ots. $uoo,
MARTIN & McQUARRIE,     e half cash,   balance one year at 7 per
for said   executors,    Trapp , cent.
New   Westminster,   li.   C. 2  lots Block 4, Richmond St., Sapper-
Westminster
Transfer Co.
if4.1 per lot.
-bade trees ami fruit orchard. Price
$4,500:. $2,500 cash, balance in one
year at 7 %.
One full sized lot, 2nd lot from corner, 14th street and 8th avenue, lot
66 xl44 feet.   $250 cash.
Lots 21  and 22, Sub. of Lots l nnd'j
i'i   Blocfc   13 ;  corner of Durham iui" -
St.; full sized lots
2-storey House, 7 rooms, batli room UP"
stairs; Hush closet; Komi stable; on M."'.
St.near 8th St.; all modern Improvement*
Price $3,000, half cash, balance e i"5 ���
really excelle nt bargain.
Sub, 21  of Lot  lei.  Block XW      l; '"."
He.us,.;  hot  anel  cold watet;  (lusl      " '
i"t  of    fruit   trees;    chicken   hom
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street  of 11 of  liarn'    ,>rl(''' $S0T); terras $400 casi
" mil il months at 1 per cen
A Bunch of LOTS
Lots .14 and 16 of 1 of 0 of ,4
(cleared..i Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance G months at 7 per cent.
3, cleared.    Price $275;   1-2 cash, balance, tl months at 7 per cent.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance C nionths at 7 per cent.
n'i
bal-
leini-
eveeH
.'nice
illon   St.,   first  liouse.  off  litii  St.   I"
Tile and  8th  Avenue's.
2-Rtorey   Mouse,   7  rooms, With
'i'ii  Improvements; size of grou..
142; second lot from (illi St. on 41" /} ,,'
on south side,  ioo  feet on avenue.   "
uine on both sldeB.    Price $3.200; *'���'
cash, balance em time at 7 per cent,
nioel-
100X
McQUARRIE  &  CO.
Bagfiage delivered
part of the city.
promptly  to jny
Telephone   333
Real Estate Brokers
FRONT   STREET
Telephone   333
etate    the earliesl    possible time In
Office���Tram Dspot
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London. Uesdan
JUNE
1M7.
THE   DAILY   XEWS
fzers for a L ,'("s;
on Dominion Ls .is
cf B- t sii Columbia.
.." i-.,:   , mcer
������  the  Province
C
li   of
?toUow��: 80 chair..   on   <
then ... .,:;.< eev.-t an., about  15 miles
. Int  of commence-
dian Village in ......
���     i    post     planted        ..
,'������ the  north-west       -N'J-   -
; preemption claim, chains wesl   S
r of * ,,A,   160 chains west.
funning af     ;,. ;.,,..taa east and i ��� east, more or
'
Cut Timber on
the  Prov .nce of
In ns
rtli to
60 chain:
!   r.;   of oomraence-   along .���,,,
��� -      ts    1
north, ��� ;
���' "���" '    '
Tenders fo- L cense to C_.t Timber cn
Den-, nion Lands In the Province cf ���	
British Columb 3. Sealed    Tenders     iddi   - ��� . ta  thi
������ Commissi! tei    : Don ol d Lands De
SEALED TEXDERS add e��sed artmenl  >l the In           and   narked
. ���  point   a.  com. e nce nent
li  .::.      a Wl   M
to N      I >:...���    ::.--v..-c    ��'���>: i ���
. hains  sot <   .. Ins  i a -
:>  >:......* and north elghl ���  cha
poinl   ot  commi um
J    P    . HOMP9 x\
New Westmii
IM"
.. May,
NOTICE.
N ���-.. given  tha
.:.'
.    it    a   post  planted  men;
the north-west cor-
���   ��� -
ens pre
emptlon claim.
I m��i
'chains west and
JfUSii    ���   ' ���'::ii;:;M;���;.,.i ;; ,ut ls m
l t( the north-west.cor.   "an village ii   . sma thence 80
.   ;.  ,.   oast     .
post    planted
N '  -' ig at a
������ ��� t Kittimal Arm
Tc-nc-s fcr License
Domin cn Lands i
B- : sn  Columbia.
.��� Commissioner   ot         -..:..- ou Uie envelope   'Tender for Timber
ED rEXDERS addressed to the Departmenl  >f the Inter!     and mark- Berth No 521," will be received at this.
mmissl nei Dominion    Lands, ed on the envelope ' render for Tim- Department until 12 o'clock noon on
.*   irtmeni    t the Interl r, and mark- ber ner::. No   518," will  be received Wednesday, tho 24th daj ot Jul]   1907   days *fter lati we Intend to appl   bo
thi  envelope "Tender for Tim- al this   Departmenl until   12 o'clock tor ��� license to cul timber on berth  ;ho Hon   ;V r!lir' Commiwlone    -'���
Berth No   52      will bi   received noon on Wednesday, thc 24th ()��������>  of N<v 621, comprising lan da  sltuati   In  l';in,,s  *��d  Works  tor permission  to
this  iv partment    until 12 o'clock July, 1907, for a licenst  to cul timber the Province ol British Columbia, to  '''l! :i"1' e*rr3  ���1";i>   ;!'"' Umbei  trom
: on   m Wii- sday, th.   31si  da?  o( on Berth  No.  518, compi sing   lands the Easl ot Chehalis Creek and Lake tne iv,'1,',vvili> described lands, situate
1907, for a license to or. timber situate In the Province of British Col- and comprising 5 blocks, described aa tu ,!u> Kitsumgallum valley;
^WSSSS-ISS  ehains west, s   chains s   ,    ,
so   chains west:    40  east,  more   ir less  t    - thenc
I  ''
.;. nt of commencement
...,,-   at    a    post     planted
..."..I.,, north-west eor-
f..":Y.     .      preemption clair*
V '    ,\   .... ��� ,'.'. ovs.   1*0 chains east:
I chains   west;    40
ef commencement
. .    ,t   s   post    planted
1   C - 0f W north-wesl cor-
ii-'.' v  ,    ...  s  ,,.,.-, mptlon  claim.
I ,nows: t'i" chains i ast
-  i   .
��� i   point
".::.   :;   .:._.
thence
immence-
es; plant
kt'
alon
n. nt
ed   ::.   a
'-���"���'���   Bay situated 2 miles soul f Section 14 not covered  bj
I  Constle Is-   < Bi rth   171   (being   ipproxima-
\ n: I
10   chains
umbia to the wes: of Chehalls Creel
and describe'. a> follows:
Timber Berth No,  BIS,    comnristi
Bi rth No. 523, c [uprising lands
sit '��� in the Pi rin i of British C >1-
im la, an I des rltx . as follows:
r   Bei lh   No   521,  comprising
th-east   | ial ter of Section  15,
���*.���  given :..:.      : [ndepen- - Ion of    the  north-wesl    '��� Section S2   outside Timber Berth
264 and said Berth cs .���. in Township
follow s
Block  t    CorniiIslng  thai    poi . ���..
outside Timber Berth No   44, Hlork 1,
mi on  east ban
chains  wesl .    4"   ���;.. nce   80   ch
commencement
post    planti 1   " "'    ; ' ' '������ i'v-- ��������� ��� tins  ��� i
L
i South
Ui.  north-west cor-    (0   i ha :.-   no I       ��� us   west
|i ��� ....  emptlon cl lira,
r  ' '   io chains we st    P 'lnl ol    emmen      ��� nl
-:;:.:.-;';'    n-��"-��3.co, ���  osi   :
post    planted   ibout 2     uiles     ��� ���:, of Kittimat   In
I
r' 'l ^Vem^TclaTm; !:';:;   '' ��� ���'    ' ��� -i    m   chann,
i .... v. chains west . ���:: easl    ..:.     nd        it 50    irds sou
Soffit."ChalM '   the  HotSprin* ���
       ���i.. ���....! Duel     BO  _-.i. .,s��� .   .  , ..,,     on      ...:...   ._     ..
a
it   a   post    pi rated  east,  30 i I iins  so th,  SO i halns wes
b:.!::;Xu.r.Y.;;;.: ������>������'��������� ��� ������- tothe .-������.:-��� en ,
of
V i."  \ Greens  pri-i-inpi.ie.ti  i , um,
ews: 160 chains eastj   the   shore   to   point
-
���
ihains west; and 4"
ment.
t . nt of commemce
,���,. te ���!      No. 24. C immei   lng al p isi
��    '' '    ���&*north-west c er-       " il   I    mi es north ol  ii irtterj   Ha'.
a pre-empUon claim,
, f0 lows: 40 chains north;
10   cliains   north;    40   Hawkes ;::     Island  Mien."   In  chains
se ath ;  120 chains
lie
-���
... iins
mencement
e
en irth   16 , Iiains]    In Tow n-
Range 27, Wesl  of   the    6th
lian, containing an  area  of  304
��� s, more or 1< >>
berth ni ist be sur i ������> e i ��Ithln
ear a lati   of the nol 11
ling thi
egulations    nJi     i. hi
ense \viii  be    issued,    also
ms ol     :. li :   tn    envelope, may be
line I   .   this Departmi nl or at the
:'. ���    ''  ��� he Crou n Tim ��� :   Vgenl  al
N'ew Westminster, B. C.
Each ti;. ier   musl   be  ai    '  , anle I
an acce ited chi que on a chartered
bank In favour of the Deputj  of the
Minister of the Interior, tor the am-
16 i chains n irth, i" chains west,   oun( ,,f the ' mus which the appili anl
thai portion of Section 29 lying north  and Timber Berth 254 Block 1. of s.
of Timber Berth -s,) and tha: portion   tion  23,  rownshlp t. Range 30, Weal
if   the 6th Meridian    con:.,men:   ,n
jrea of :!ST acres, more or loss
I, Range  10, West of the 6th Meridian;       Block -'    Bounded  on the  wesi  bj
also the north halt and the south-east   Chehalis Creek .���    ,-t ..   rim
quartei   ���:' Section 26, the north half   Berth 29S Block l.and the eaa       ind
and  the  south-wesl   quarter   Section   arj   of Bame produced    northerlj   lo
ie easl hail Section  >'���   th-j north   Timber Berth ^:">    Block a     on thu
half Section   'J.    Sections  33,   M,   '     north  bj   Timber li'  th   264  Block  2,
and those portions ol See  .'  ��� 25 and   and 298 Block -. and on the south bj
claim No 10 Commencing al posl
planted S E corner about 20 miles
up from the1 mouth ot North Fork of
:.i Kitsumgallum river above Kil
sumgallum lake, thence tunning aa
follows (i chains ��<s v chains
north. (0 chains easl   i) , hains no th,
10   .hams   east,   80    chains   sou 'i.    10
i balna wesl   10 chains aonth lo p tin!
ot commencemenl
Claim No, n Commeni Ing ... pool
planted at the head ol Kitsumgallum
li!.e' on "osi bank aboul 20 i lains
south of the mouth ol   Kitsumgallum
16 outside Timber Berths 280,261 and   Timber Berth 254 Block 1, containing  lh,r where it entera lake, thou,
thi
prlnte I   ,
. on ".. n ���
on   easl   bank   of  Kittimal   Arm
��� rn
a  post    planted   more oi less, to shore then along shore
to point   of commencement.
No  25. Commi .. lng at posl ; lante I
-Comme   .
No.  -���;.  then  running
.    .ins  west;   40 c lalns
past:    anel  4 ' chains
, lencement. ''  mt  10  miles north  of Hartlej   Baj
5   at   a   post    planted   on   ,.,..   .,.,.,;    0|   Kittimal   Arm   on
nil  of Uie south-west    ... ,
N ,.  26,  then  rui ning   Hawkesb iry Isl ind on a small rn- ...
��� ��� ln,9 ""'st,;  m'.1';!'1,1'^   thence   120   chains   south,   10   chains
.  east;   4u chains  noi in
���    ment east,   10     lalns noi I..   40 chains i ast.
ig   .ei   a    post    Planted [0   ,;,,;,,_   ,,,,..,,    ,,,   cj-  ���....   R.es,    ;.,
of the north-west <��r- -
...    n's pre-emption claim, chains north,  10 chains wes . to ] ilnt
";-.���.;";- Ss8twes4      ' ������ ��� -^'-
Ne> 26. c ininiencing at ixisl plan I
aboul ��� mile and a qu :rvr v. i I
of Kial lata Bai  Indian village, on the
���   . ment,
. e        res. m ere or le - -.
MOODY,
RANK  VANDALL,
Loc itors
'.' radall.
.Meirch  21.  1'.'   :.
INOPSIS   OF    CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
vma
north bank of bay, thence 160 chains
north, 40 ch ins east; more or less
to In,lian H< : .������ line, thene e 160
ehains south along Reserve line to
il ere, then aliens shore tei point of
commencement.
W. H. MOODY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
Locators.
Located  Aprii Oth. 1907.
avai    i!e D iminlon Lamls with-
Belt in British Colum-
; homesteaded by anj  : ei
.-  ie 'no id of a family,
... i . years of   age, to
, ��� : iarter   sect,i in of
��� ���   i   i or Iei >.
1    musi    ee made pers mall    al
',. ������ for the d 'trict In
imi is si: . tie.
id ir Is required to per-
��� ondlti ms i onnected  there-
e ol    lie following plans:
I    '���'   ��� isi  six months' resl lence
������       . tlvatlon of   the land In
. three j cars.
ither (or mother, if the
i ased), of the homestead-
en a farm in the vicinity
ater i i for,   the   requlre-
lem o maj he satisfied
rson   residing    wlbh' the
iher,
;' ���  settler has his perman
ipon farming land own-
i in the vicinity of his home
i'��� uiirements   as   to resl
i   ifled    by re -I lence
2. '.   1 eti I,
' notle .��� In writing sh i il I
to the   Commissioner of Do
Is al Ottawa of Intention
1   . itent.
'    tin    he purchased at *m
��� oal and $20 tor an-
S ii  more than   320 acres
ci i bj  one Individual or
Ro; alty at the rate of ten
',!| of 2,000 pounds shall be
iss output.
\v. \v. CORY,
if the Minister of tl
'���   lor.
naul lorlzed   public.ui
'.ent    will  not  be
NOTICE.
N'OTICE Is hereby given that 2n
days after date, we Intend tei apply to
Hon. Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a special
i nce to cut and carry away timher from the following described
lan Is,  situate I  In the  i last  district:
Bi ;inning al a post pi inted head
of sn all ba.' south sl ie n Broughton
;- ,:. | about one mile easl of Booker
Lagoon, thence north 10 chains, west
SO chains, north SO chains, cast 40
ihains. secrh t'i cliains. oast in
i halns, south -C chains, oast 4U
(hains. south 10 clr,ins, west 40
ihains to poinl of commencement.
i'i-;   M'LAUGHLLN   LUMBER   OO.,
Is prepared I i paj  for a license,
Tho highest oi any tender nol necessarily  accepted.
No ten Ier bj ti legraph will be enti rtained.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Depai tmenl of tl e Interior,
Ottawa. May 30th, 1907.
NOTICE.
Take' notice that thirty days after
date 1 Inti n 1 to make application to
the- Chief C immissioner of Lands and
Works for a license to cut an 1 carry
away timber from the following described lands:
No :     Commeni Ing al   i ; osl plant-
i ed on lhe   w est sl le o'   Twi nl. -Five
���. Mile Creek and marked James Sharpe,
Nee.   1   post :     thence   10  chains  v, os- ;
I thence south SO chains; thence easl s>
chains; theni e north SO cliains: theni e
west -i!i chains, to pain; of c miraence-
lent.
272, In Township I, Range :. MVesi of
7th Meridian; also Set tions 3, I
he north halt and south-easl quarter Section 6, Sections 7. S, the north.
half and the south-wesi quarter Section 9, the south-easl quarter Section
10, the south half Section 16, th
half and the north-wesi quarter Sec
tion 17. the north half and south-easl
quarter Section IS, the south halt and
north-wesl quarter Section 19, and
thiiso portions of Sections I, 2, the
easl halt Section 11, eimi Section 12,
wesl of Timber Berths 272 and 302,
In Township 5, Range '.. West of the
7th Mei lian: also Section 12, the
easl  half Section 24, and the south-
in area of '2b acres, more or less
Block 3    Comment Ing al the a
i ist    corner   of   Timber   Berth  29S
Block 2, thence north easterlj al righi
angles ���,, the   easterlj   boundarj    of
sai.l Berth 29S Block 2, 3 mile's, thence
south   north westerlj al righl angles to lasi   north west
course, 54 ehains: thence south wes
erly, al right angles to last course, i
mill's to easterlj    boundarj    of   said
Berth 29S IMocb 2; thence south easl
erly along said boundarj  to place of
beginning, excluding    therefrom   anj
portion of   Timber Berth   30S, which   ,,-���, .,,.,,������ ,���,���,,   ,��� chR,n,
might fall within ihe same, containing  chalns north to
Township b.
e'.ist  quarter Section 2;
Range 2, West  of   the
containing an  area  of
more or less
The berth must be bi
one j ear after the dati
awarding the berth,
The regul.i'ions   un I<
cense will    be   Issued,
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained al this Department or al the
office of the Crown Timber Agenl  at
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque em a chartered
San.. In favour of the Deputj  of the
an area of Siit acres, more or less.
Block i. Commencing al a polnl
em the easterlj boundarj of Timber
7th Meridian, Berth 302 Block i. 5 chains south-
13,025 acres, easterly from the north-east cornei
thereof; thence south-easterlj along
said easier:;, bmill I irj S I i-hains.more
or less, to ihe aa ;lo In sai.l east
boundarj i I Timl i Bei I h 302; thence
north-easterly, al ������������-:lv angles tei last
course' following iim boundarj of saiel
Berth 302, 40 chains; thence norih-
westerly paralled to Hrsi course SO
chains, more or less, to correspond
with length of tirst course; thence
south-westerlj paralled lo Becond
course lu chains, to point of com
mencement, containing an area of 320
o ed within
i     he notice
which   a  It-
alse> printed
Minister of the Interior, for the am- acres, more or les
ount of the bonus which the applicant      Block 5.   Commencing al a polnl on
is prepared to pay for a license the easterly shore' of Chehalls Lake,
The hlghesl or any tender nol nee- 50 chains southerly    from   northerlj
essariij acce
id.
end of   said lake
thence southerly
N'o ten ler b;
No.   2- Commencing    at    a     posl   .���,.,.,.;���,, i
ilegrnph will be en-   along sahl easterly shore' of lake
tei
chains   we-st.   160  chains     south.     (Q
chains easi more or i<-ss to the shore,
thence  along  shore'   to   point   ol  e' im
menccmenl
Claim No   12,   Commencing al pobI
planted  aboul  20 chains south e>f tli<>
f T   i.   No   ;:>n. thence
40 chains ��,".(. 160 chains south. Iel
chains east.  160 chains uorth to polnl
of commencement
claim N'o. IS.   Commencing at posl
plante',1 at the' norlh west cornei of
location  N'o.  ('_'. theuce  III chain - west.
isl.   160
ilnt  of commencemenl
claim No   ii    Commencing al post
plante.i al the north  wesi  corner ot
location No 43, thence 40 chain- WOSt,
160 ehains BOUth, Iel chains east, 189
chains   north   to   polnl   of COtllllll.UCQ.
ment.
claim  No.  15,   Commencing al  tho
mirth we-si corner of location Mo   it.
thence    10    ehains    west,    100   chains
south, io chains east, too chains north
to point of commencement,
claim No. 46,   Posl  planted en the
north west corner of location No I',!,
thence SO chains west. IJl chains
norlh. 10 chains east. SO chains BOUth,
Hi   cliains   easl.    10   chains   BOUth      tei
point  of commencement,
claim No   i;.   Teist  planted al  the
norlh   west   oiune'r  of   location   No    II.
ihence i'i chains west. 160 ''' tins
north, io chains east, 160 chaini
Bouth to point of commencemenl
planted one mile south of James
Sharpe's N'o. 1 post; thence wesl 10
chains; theuce south SO cliains; thence ,,,,.
cist SO i II iins; thence north SO
cliains; ihence west !> chains, to
point of commencement.
JAMES  SH Utl'K.
art n
PERLEY  C.  KEYES,
Secretar
if the Interior,
Tenders for License tc Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands In the Province of
British Columbia.
���' | claim No. IS Posl planted aboul
miles In direct distance, with a depth 40 chalng north ,,r ,.,��� north weg)
of 6" chains on said east shor,.. ineas- corner o( T |��� No, V:>r, thence 160
ured al righl angles to lhe general
bearing of said easterly shore' of lake
within the block-, containing an area
of 1,3 io acres, more or less.
eef
,'hlllllS    West,
Tenders   for   License   to   cut   Timber
on  Dominion  Lands  in the Province of British Columbia.
ih
SEALED TEXDERS addressed to tm
Commissioner   of    Dominion    Lands,
I Depart:;;":;' of the Interior, and mark
t.e
is,
���ii lhe envi
'���"'
ber Berth  N'o, 519,"
at   this Depa   . ien!
noon on  We Ines lay,
the -li'i daj ot
Vancotn
11
For a license to cul timber
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
luly, 100
mi  Berth   N'o, 519, comprising    lands
:_
���
SEALED  TENDERS   a I Iresse 1
the Commission! r of Dominion La
Departmenl eef the Intel lor, an l mark-
LTD.  e i .ui the en\ elope "Tender for T .
7-        her HiT'.h N'o. 536," will be rei elvi I ai
tiiis Departmenl until 1- o'clock noon
an  Wednesday,  tho Sth  day of June,   situate In the Province of British Col-
it.117,  for a  license  to  cul   iim ier ou   umbia on  the   west  side of Chehalls
1'AKK N'OTICE thai application has   ,,.,,.,,. Ni)   51C| con)prising  lands situ-   ijake and   ;   bribed as follows
to register Florence Mary  :,;,, |n the Province of British Colum-      Tp,,'.,.;   Berth   No,  519,  comprising
the owner tn Fee Simple  bia, and described a sfollows: ,]|uJ0  |(,,.n , thi, Eoliowlng [ands
und ".' a Tax Sa'.' n 1 from The Voi-      Timber   Berth   No.  516,  comprisingL.hlc]l ������.,. ���., ���:������ we8| ,������ chehalls Lake
poration of the District of Burnaby, to  Sections 27, 28, 33, 31, and the  E    I   and on(   ,p    ,f Timber Berth 302 Block
Tho berth must  be surveyed with-
i In one year after tim date of the no
Cn   awarding the berth,
Tin'   regulations   umle'r   which   ;i   li
ce nse will  he    issue.,i,   also    printed
terms eet tender and envelope, may be
ol lalned at ihie, Deparlmonl or al the
Tender for rim-   0^ce of lh(, ,���,.,,������ Timber Agenl at
will be received   N'ew Westminster, B. C.
until  12 o'clock      Each tender mus:   bu accompanied
lice n mai
';���.     : h
.
11
1 "ii the
.lames Cunningham, bearing date the
10th da; ot M irch, A, D., 1902, of all
and a ngular thai certain parcel or
tract or land and premlsi i situate,
lying and "- In the Districl ot New
Westminster, In the Province ot Bri-
,:,;i Columbia, more particular!!
known :���' i described as subdivisions
23 and 2| of su idlvlsiou "A" ot lot 29,
group 1.
You an 1 ea :h of you an
quired  to  c mti a
'lax   piu'i'h'
.i
\
thi,
tor,
In-
of
'��� irtlse:
here iy re-
the   claims   of   the
, [thin  forty-five days
.... ,f the first  publication
of (his notice, otherwise I shall register Florence Marj Eveleigh as owner
thereof iii f' '��� And 1 hereby direct
thai publication ol this notice tor thir-
,],:!, newspaper publish-
Inster will be good
N
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i
sit
FORESHORE   LEASES.
h   ��� bj given that, (iu days
;'1'"'  l   Intend  to  apply fe,  the
Commissioner  of   Lands
for a leas,, of the foreshore
booming   anil  milling     |nir-
irnl>rising the whole of a bay,
��� H   of independenl  Bay,
' ' two mile's south of the
C isti Island, on the east
��������� il   Arm. an
'"'  from  Kildala  Ann.
:   V ::i Sth, 1907.
ty el ivs  ill
ed at  New We a
mfflcient service th i >ol
am
Office,
Dated al the Land Registry
w Westminster. Province of British
5th day of April. A   D.,
Ne
Colum
1907.
To   I.
All
ila, this
A.  llayu'
erson i ^- rve
C,   S.   KEITH,
PI   rici Registrar.
Esp.
with this notice.
eh or under
halves of Sections 29 and 32 In To ������ u
ship   IS,  Range 23,   Wes'   of the Gth
Meridian,  containing an    area   of
square miles, more or h's...
The berth musl be sttrveye I wil In
i,ne : ear afti r the date ut the notli e
awarding the berth.
The regul il Ions under which  a   n
ci use   will   he'    Issued,  also    prlnte !
fe rms of tender an i envelope, maj be
oi tanled al this Depai ml or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agenl  al
New  Westminster,  It.  ('
Each tender must be aci im; ai led
by an accepte I < heque mi a chartered
bank In favour ot the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, fo rthe amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for a license.
The highest or any tender nol necessarily  accepte I,
Nei tender by telegraph will be entertained,
PERLEY C.  KEYES,
Secrel u >
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, April (1.  1907,
2, namely, Sections 2G, 27, the north
; half oi Seel lon 28, the Bouth half of
Section "'. Ihe south halt and the
noi ie '��� i y irter of Section 34, Sei
tlon 35, Township 5, em.I Sections I,
_'. the easl h ilf of Seel lon 3, the north
, a ' quar  of Section 10, Socl iem 11.
the uth hall of Section 12, the see;,' h
wi ��� quai te ��� of Section 11, and the
south-ea sl quarter of Section 15, In
Township ii. ail iii Range I, Wesl ier
the 7: li Meridian, containing an area
' of 1,310 acres, more or less.
The in rth musl be surveyed within
mo' year after the dale of the notice
awarding the berth.
The regulations under   which a 11-
'\ an accepted cheque on a chartered
: hank In fa\our of the Deputy of the
i Minister of the Interior, tor the am-
ii nt  eef    iim bonus which the appll-
.oo i-e prepared to pay for a license.
No tender by telegraph will be en
ti rtnlnod.   The' hlghc il or anj tender
nol  in'ci' -aril',  ai cople I
PERLEY Q.  KEYES
s ii retary
Departmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 24th,  190T.
NOTICE.
Take' uotlce that, tj da i atfer
date I Inter i to mai ip ilication to
the Chief Commi i ilom i ol Lands an l
Works tor a license to cul and cai 11
away timber from the f ''lowing deB-
(rlbed lands, situate I In New V. esl
minster dUtrict,
i.   Commencing al   a   posl   iel   on
' the south bank of Cj press creek about
three and a half miles w< il from Sll-
v( r creek, thence noi th eightj ehains,
'east    eightj    chains,    south    eighty
cliains,   ami   west   eighty     chains     to
..   N'o.   "943,
|u   chains     south,     180
I chains east, more' or less    to   river.
i
theme along river to polnl  of commencement.
claim N'o. 19, Posl plante I al the
north west corner of T. L 7:u:t,
Ihence 160 chains west, 10 chains
gouth, 100 chains o ist, I1' chain i
norih tei poini of commencement.
ciaim No. BO, Posl planted about
iiu eiiains wesi of iho north east corner of location No. 18, thence 80
chain.: west. 80 chains norih. 80chains
easi, sei chains south to polnl of commencement,
Claim No, 51 Posl planted m the
Bouth wesl corner of T. L. No, 7:'it.
thence   100 cliains  wesi.    10    i ba n i
j norlh.    160   chain-     o isl,      10     ch    ���<
I south to polnl of commencem ti
Claim Nee. :.;' I'o-el plant,'I about
IU  i halns  wesl   of  the  south  0 i ;'   COT ���
ner   of   T    L,   No,   794 I,   tin m ������   160
chain '���    west,   10 cha ns     outh,    180
chains  cast,   10  chain     I ll   I     poini
ot i ommem ement
Located Ma I     i
I .ne il i
un,I I \\l MOODY,
FRANK V VNDALL.
\-.. a    r   V \\'n\i.!,.
i lommenclng al a i osl sei close
cense will h"   Issued,   also   printed  ,,nj���i of oommencemoni
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained al this Departmenl or al tli"
offlce of the crown Timber Asent at
New Westminster, B. C
MILITIA.
Auction Sale of Condemned OrJuanco
Stores.
Under direction of the I ton ��� rahle
the Mlnlstei of Mllltla and Defi
\! irg .in-.' i & Co., Aa e!i'u ei i, will
sell bj Public Auction, on Friday,
l iih InBtant,   al   10:80 o'clock a. m.,
to No.   I   stake,  thei   north eighty  al   Victoria, certain  condemned  Ord-
chains.   wesi    eightj    eh iins,   south nance Stores,    comprising    v-     l   i
eighty chains, nnd east  eight}  chains ' ment ;. Tents,   Blankets,  Clothing ami
tt
and those claiming throug
ahout  two  them,   and   all  persons  claiming  any V
lnter,Ut in the said land by .virtue o |
e |  instrument, and an s
aM-   '',':' |       ,- anv merest in the ,
^ VANDALL,' AgVnT said   a.)u.   descent, whose title Is ^
THE MORNING PAPER
TELLS THF. NEWS
FIRS!
Bach tender must be accompanied!:! point of commencement,
by an accepted cheque on a chartered: :i. Commencing at a post. Bel close
hank in favor of the Deputy of the to No, 1 slake, thence west eighty
Minister of the Interior, for the am-1 chains, south forty chains, east one
ounl of the bonus which the applicant hundred and sixty chains, north forty
is prepared to pay for a license. i chains and west eighty cliains in point
The highest, or any tender not nee-   of  commencement,
' \ >l   MO iDY,   Locator,
essarily accepted.
No tender by telegraph will be en-
tertained.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Set".'.'
De  . tnti i :.
4. Commencing nt a post set, on the
rtailway bell line, distant ahout six
miles north of the north shore of
Harrison lake, thence west eighty
ins, north eighty chains, east
�� Ighty ihains and south eighty chains
Various other articles.
Tin' Ordnance officer In ch irgi i 11
furnish any further Information which
may I e required.
Articles purchased musl be rejmov-
"d within twenty-four hours afl ir the
sale.
Terms���cash,
B.  FISET, Col mei,
Deputy Jlinister of Militia-oul
Defence.
Department of Militia and Def' nce
Ottawa, June, 1907. I .-v�� t.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. JUN
[specials
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS  FRUITS -- Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in (wo sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
GEO.  ADAMS
Public Supply Stores     proP
dates of fairs, 1907. .v."c��*r��o:<or<co>>r����>>>>>>>;��
"  1 :������
Official   List of  Exhibitions  Through- $  ^"1 1 y
out the  Dominion. J   _H I i\ i\ lr* _f�� I O 70   !���:
Thc following is the official list of i*i
lairs mill exhibitions slated   to   take H
place throughout the Dominion    this )���:
tail.    With Un.  possible exception  of ;���;
Centra]   Park,  the  dales arc  certified **���
correct  by the manager of the Xew $
Westminster exhibition, Me
Kenry.
Alberta agricultural exhibition, Ed
lyor W. li.  :���:
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s      a high gloss, and 5?
PRAIRIE LAND
Imonton, .Inly 1, 2. 3, -I, R. H. Alount *
field. Secy.
Calgary exhibition, Calgary, .Inly p. ><
in.  11, 12. jjjj	
Winnipeg     Industrial     exhibition, !���: Woarc On fli_o FInnr
Winnipeg July  13 to 20, A.  w.  Bell, *   "ea'S VU ine rl00r
Secy.
Washington state fair, North Yaki-
���Not Off
BELTS
ana
Neckwear
80 acres in Coquitlam Municipality, in a good location, at the very
low price of $30 per acre, on
terms. Adjoining land is held at
$50 per acre. This is a splendid
chance for a quick  turn  over.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. m
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
t<i 28, <;.    A.    Graham,
Ilia,  Sept.
Secy. S
Central Canada exhibition, Ottawa, !���!
Sept. 13 to 21, K. McMahon, Secy.       !���;
Dominion exhibition, Sherbrooke, ;���!
(.'ne.. Sept, 2 io 4, William Tomlinson, !���;
Secy. *
Brandon exhibition, Brandon, M
.Inly 22 io 26, F. .1. Clark,
Canadian  national    exhibition,    Ti
to Sepl.  P. ,1.  O.
in.. ��
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Soap and water does neet
mar it.
It wears as well on Outside as Inside Floors.
Use it on your Inside
Floors, Veranda and
Porch Floors, Outside
and Inside Stairs or
Steps, and wherever you
want  a durable
High Gloss Enamel Finish.
ANDERSON I
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW .WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
SUMMER   IS    HERE !
Keep out those Bluebottles
Fool those Mosquitos
by fixing up our
Screen Doors ana
Screen  Windows
BRYSON ��k SONS
^Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Te!. 65
i-������ Agents  for   "KLEENO" X'i
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Also Iii<11.��!�������., Magazines, Newspaper!*, &c.
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* Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run ev< ry half-
hour from 5:50 a. in. to 11:30
p. m,
City Limits Line���Service from
6:15 a. m. to 11  p. rn.
20 Minute Service���No transfer,
Between li' and 2 and 5 nnd 7.
30 Minute Service���During remainder eef day, Transli r nl
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be-
tween .s a.m. and ll p.m.       *
Sapperton Line. x
15 IMinute Service from G.25 u. ���
in in ll p.m., except I.etween *
12 a nd 2, and 5 and 7, during I
which hours the service will lie ���
half-hourly. *
Sunday Service iiatr-nourly he- *
tween g,go ii.hi. and ll p.m.        i
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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TOOTH
POWDER
iuntil. Ont., An;
Orr, Secy. ft
Freiii'iicimi exhibition, Prederlcton, j��{
(V. It.. Sept.  II to 21, VV. S. Hooper, v
e Secv. K
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Nelson exhibition, Nelson,    It.    c. >}
I Sepl    IS,   in  an.!   20,   D.C.McMorrls    :*-
i Secy.
Kelowna exhibition, Kelowna, B.C.
Sept. 19 and 20, .1. \V. Willis, Secy.       %       �� ft T<nt>Xr
J    Kamloops  exhibition. Kamloops,   B.   >*l      r^T      l.tl^.B I
���'('.. Sept.  19, 20, and 21, AI.   Beattle,  H UV/UU M.
Secy.
Armstrong    exhibition,    Armstrong,
B.   C���  Sept.   24 and  2b, J.  B. Bird.
Secy.
Vernon exhibition. Vernon. B. C,
Sept. 26, 21 and 28, 0. Godwin. Secy.
Salmon Arm exhibition, Salmon Arm
B. C, Sept. 30, Oct. 1, .T.D.McGuire,
Secy.
Agassiz exhibition, Apassiz, B.C..
Sept.  2nd, A.   Agassiz, Secy.
.Mission exhibition, .Mission, B.C..
Sept. it. A.M.Verchare, Secy.
Chiiliwack exhibition. Chiiliwack,
B. C, Sept. IS and 19, c. w. Chadsey, Secy.
Belta exhibition. Ladner, Sept. 20
and 21, A.deR.  Taylor. Secy.
Surrey exhibition, Surrey Center.
Sept.  24, H.   Bose. Secy.
Victoria exhibition, Victoria, R.C..
Sept. 2-1 to 28, .1.  Smart. Secy.
Langley exhibition, Langley, B.C.,
Sept. 25, W.J.MoIntosh, Secy.
Maple Ridge exhibition. Fori Haney,
Sept. 26, II.   Ferguson. Secy.
Coquitlam exhibition, Coqultlam,
Sept.   27. K.A.Atkins. Secy.
Richmond exhibition, Eburne, Oct.
S and 9, T.  Laing, Secy.
Central Park exhibition, Central
Park. Sept. 26 and 27. W.J.Cunningham, Secy.
Provincial exhibition,   New    Westminster.   Oct 1, 2, 3, ::. 4. :,, W.H.
Keary, Secy.
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Belts and Neckwear in great variety have ar-
rived during the last few days.
We are always showing something new in these
popular lines.
Women's and Children's
BELTS
Women's White Wa.-h Belts in plain styles or with embi   <    ���
bai k . all sizes  each 25c tojl
Children's Busti r Brown and Plain Leather Belts, all colon ,
sizes  eacl
GREAT CHOICE IN
WASHING NECKWEAR
Clean your Teeth and
Purify your Breath by
using Muir's specially
prepared Tooth Powder.
"An excellent  recipe."
Tooth Brushes
made from finest selected materials-bone, vegetable and ivory backs.
T. A. MUIR
THE DRUGGIST    ���   Columbia Sf.
Turnover Collars, white, in plain and fancy eacl
Embroidered Linen and Lawn Collars, in new styles (-ach 15c to 75c
Lace Collars, in white or cream each 15c to 75c
Boys' Windsor Ties, all colors, in plain anel patterns ... .each 30c to 68c
Women's Silk and Chiffon Scarves,   the season's most fashionable Neckwear   each $1.50 to 'A
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
Short Weight Butter.
Peterborough, Ont., June 18���All the
women em Peterborough market had
their butter w< :_',��� ; . the police on
Saturday. Fifteen ", rmers' wives
were lined $2. ;:'<';:r butter being
under weight.
KEEP YOUR
VALUABLE
PAPERS
IN  A
New Stock Patterns
- OF -
DINNERWARE
JUST OPENED
 AT 	
Extra Good
House, in Ash street, convenient to car'and Fourth  avenue, six
rooms     $1500.00
Fourth avenue, modern house, six rooms, near car line.    Price $1650
2b acres on North Koad, unimproved,   first   class   soil.     Price,
per   acre      $53.00
DOMINION TRUSI COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Safe Deposit
BOX
Fire - Proof Vaults
< IF
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT COT, Ltd.
Pai J up Capita!, $100,000
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
ai Real estate agreements of
Hale purchased on short notice
The Westminster Irusf
and Safe Deposit Co., iw.
BLACKIE BLOCK
I. J, HART,    -    Manager
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot i f ! evei; things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding gifts.
WHEN GOING EAST
VSK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Everv Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTII-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas. the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. Thc equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
Fnr Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
JT20 Second Avenue, SetUtie, Wash     -
To Encourage the Growth-
-OF  THE  RONNIE  BAIRNS,   USE
Easterbrook's
Imperial and Whole Wheat Flour
And givejsatisfaction to the Ladies by use of
Our Noted Pastry Flour
lo pound, '24 pound, and 49 pound sacks.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. Telephone 333.
"Quality and  Price
W
When you get supplies for the pantry you want them
fresh.     Then when you want good
TEA   AND   COPFEE
why don't you call on the man who makes a specialty
of them, and pet value for your money?
filli St., next fn Columbian office
Phone 309
Edmonds Tea Co.
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