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 ^e, Shiles & Co
iColum
REAL ESTATE
Phone S5
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White. Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NF.W WESTMINSTER B.C
VO
M ME 2, NUMBER 1
NF.W   W - > i M1NS
t'.. FRIDAY  MuKM\e,. b\ \\   >, [907.
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��� EN I'S l��KR Y\ KKK
MOULDERS'STRIKE BURNS LANDS ON JAW   GOVERNMENT HAS       CAR SHOPS TO BE
COMES TO AN END     AND SQUIRES SLEEPS    $1,000,000 SURPLUS BUILT AT MILLSIDE
[nVVil! Be At Work Today-Employers  Issued  Ultima- "^:;
turn Yesterday.  "Return at Once, cr We Import Strike      St00(1    l P   A^'''Sl   Cai>
Breakers"';  and They Meant It.
False    Alarm M
A^.;::.s;   Can
idian For Two Minutes
Fin
fallow
Will    Shortly   Announce
Statt   oi  Treasury.
Seventy  Men   Needed   by  New Industry     Equipment Will
Cost Thousands M Doli&ri   Building to Commence
Immediately���Contractor at  Work.
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past       ���
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a full opera
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-r'-i.   I :���::.    : s     The ag    ���
'���'���.. tor <
asso ...-.��� n sei        ��� baage be desire ...
Union, to the effect i                                   ���         .  _ anded a Mow.
I    '                men   we"      ���               '"   -  -'��������� 1 on go        itboril    thai Within  ten  ��    a Is
��� ������  ,/elock  '":                        '     --- ���  ���                       ������. .: ��� mg |    -��� . ..... ... be
���         ild be brought   n to flirt    in. amicable settlement �� ns had              b>s  right  to j in revenue and the receipts from that
nd it waa also run       i    i    -. tod       --.         . .    ���   ...     ...      .         ,    ���,.     ,,...   ���      ,v wjh nex1   yeat nm  ,������,..-���,   ...
'���������  :"'' were in '*'"' cit3   '          ������'���    m< ���    '                       iti  sti        own    II   i          then as il th<   fight �� ���-    f thi  million mart
the shops if the union  '��� ���  taken ������ reak the j was over,     it In about  five   seconds 	
ear at the hour set; strike, as all ai    ngements had been jS    ires staggered    I    his    reet an.l Vi .. meel ng   f the Royi      ��� -       ���
*' association.                                made  and  thi   striki      ....  were  rushed vio.enlly   at    Burns       Th j f          ���             eld w< ���..-.���- ..., nig
hortly after the  notice  had   been    ���'���     ��   Itii -   th<    word   to   ��  Ik   n  cami   I    .1  clinch and  Squires  raised '      oliowing  officers were    Installed
uUtion from the Moul-  end start to work                                   his      .���   fists uj  to fight    Thej  then ������   ensuing term   Selecl Council
centei        lh    ring  and ''    P.  Haggman;   ;:is:  councillor, Q
;     ns   immediately   ���     ped   over  an Burr;   \;.-   councillor,  s   N    Bryson;
othei   right   and   Squires   went   down chaplain,  W    Reid;   recording   seen
again.    He was :-.-   In  a  s<  ond and '���       X  R-   Brown;   assistant   secro-
thei    Burns   swung   ..   sue   ession    of '������'>    George   Stagg;   Bnnnclal   Becre
rights, each one staggering the  Aus- ' '   '    Thornber; herald, M  Johnston,
S< ��� | ���.       i v. ��� .   . .
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(01   tt.   :  'Mini    ai     ��1    ,
iv aj   ,-..���   sl ...     v aa
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��� ��� ��� S v. ������      ��� ��� III   '        .'������'
lars   ���   ���     been   1 \;, ;���..���< ct ii
.���      toi thi   facto j
eh whi't'   thi .in,, the   ��� qui
	
 ......
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. :._    .. :::, :.::.���    ::..���, ::,.:���    ..���    ...,., ;    ...
: . m ���.-...��    :: , r.   ...   ....
���   ������   do lai :���   ���
���      ���������       ���       WhU< e-.. I    .
...    .'. ..,:.;   .'..    e< ;. I li��J   r.r. or.  :-. ..'.,   . .
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fTTs,                                     '                '������������������������-...���       <.' moi   than fhat   ihern   ��;..   trt   euoush   work
surplus hi                                      Corn               work   will  com around   ':.,:������   .0  kwj   .'..o ca    thoj
'������'-���...       ment of the na     ..   ��� ��� occupied tor All   Unit   is  ;.:\ aasui ed
nevt     ���    roes of thi  province   ir  er thi    re-      Mr    Hildegrass    who   has    secure*!     ���"��� ai����os< ever}  rallwaj    :.r.r.;o.
~ ���     idmlnisti  1   ���      Thi   vasi  tim-  thi  contract  tot  th<   buitJIng ot  the to ""  ^''is;  ���* haadicappeej   ;>   ...
ireas of the province rluring lh<   factory, recently        Ivi ;    ?tt>n_    tho short��j��  at  the preaent   time   Uk*I
fiscal yen              .   |S(   **   south and has been making his he��id X1;'.-''.'; McQuarrk1 ot he i< C  B  It
nartern ..' Mills I    ��� ���        Is an val sl ���>'���'�����'���'������;��� > ^ ^'0. .-:.-,>   .0 ih�� N<��s. w-
Hi  haa been engaged         9 bulldinu markwl   that  lis  companj   could  da
undertakings tor ths lasi  lw��nly-ouQ ";::; ��� Itwrga number   ol    additional
years  an.l   is  considered one of  the ��*ra   "   ;''("   presanl   v.-.v.o.   although
best tn his line ol business on tY> Pa- '���'-'"���   v'"n ihops ware turning out all
>i'V .siis; todaj    He Intends tc    iaS tlu> ;'��;ii��s stock the)  poaalbl.  could,
the construction work  and limv everything finished within R b �� months
an.l th* estaMishmen: ol th^ u<-�� far
orj would be a great hv^ni not oal> ;
KCESSFUL STUDENTS   BEST GAME EVER
FROM HIGH SCHOOL        SAYS 0KANAG0N
iad been the Inten km of fhe ihetn. but also t.> the railroads. He-
creel the ""s quite ri--.t.\tn thei: there would
1  deal for be enough advance orders  placed to
rt
rnr   I ���-....Hn.cr  company
shops in  Vancouver,  tn
si me (and close w the Paciftc Coi si  ''ls' l!l"
company's mill having fallen through, to town
ii*   ti iins! v>  'or some time
trallan  until  he drop] 1
arms, guard, B, Fisher; sentinai, John Pook;
Pup-ls    Pass   With Vernon  Paper Waxes  En-
ilouors���List of Winning     thusiastic   Over Style of
ICand lates.
Lacrosse Intermediates.
wing   students   have  ssuo-      Th<       ..;; - ������       a]   wakes en-
���-������; the examination held  thusiastic ovei      ���   game played there
High school.   The puis whose names are  bracketed se-
miruber of marks.
ent; -I . ���     jeer    cent,    or    over
Honors���K.   Jardine,   C. j Vancouver.     The  Fraser River  boys Couuty   where,  th
iton, J. Jiirdine. K. Dockrill, M.  an   thi   champions ol the it. C. inter-   gambling  are  not
Then Burns swung his right again irganlsl E Ooudy; |
with tremendous force and it w-as all Stagg; strJitors, \\.
over. | Walsh.
Beyond  demonstrating  that  he can
hit hii  : and with lightening '..;idity.
Burns bad no oppori initj   ol di -   n
strating his class.
The   ring was pitched in 'he centr.1
-- n ������ 11 ler, Q
Beggs, John
on  Mondaj     is ag thi   followiag lan- of thi enclosure and was covered with
ignagf : dark brown canvas so as not to reflect
"The M- e vi nt ol thi  d e.  that ever) too si v. rely the hot rays ol -bo sun
one had heen looking forward to was      The arena  was locaed   lust  outsidi
Four applications for water to he
taken from unnamed streams have'
...���ii filed In the government assent's
office, seven miners' Inches being the
total amount of water asked for The
applications are made by J, Ward,
who   makes   ;\v.> ainelications   ami   re-
quires   three    inches     for agricultural   BO  far  seem  to   he  cherries  souu
purposes, and it. Wood makes two ap.   lots having ueeu received, and It ia < \
Chinamen May Put Up
Fruit At Local Cannery
The Westmlnstei Fruit Paoking i'o
st.inoei  the coming  bposou's   opera
tieuis yesterdaj morning    Mosl ol the
fruit consignments tha are coming In
big
lie, H. Gaudin, B. Sayer,
��� ��� n   C. Coaihani.
��� at or over. Second Class
E   Wilson,  H.   Hand. J.  Dis-
the  lacrosse match, Westminster vs. j the county line and was in San Mateo  plications  and   requests  the   right   tojjw
regulations  as to tour   inches to   be  used  for   Bimila
��� stringenl   as   in  purposes.
I..;..        md   the   Vancouver i%au Francisco.
lY.M.C.A.'s an   the .;   mpions of Van-      Ai  five minutes to 2 I   Squln
couver.    The teams  lini I  up shortly preceded Lij Tim M Grath,
aftei   5 p.m., with Dr. K. ('. Macdon- blue Hag entered the ring.
The   grand of   minutes    after    Squ ri
aid   acting   as   referee.
'���   D
���     H
'. A. Iinlah.
���   per cent or over. Eng-
1    C, Coatham,  tK. Jar
on), iii. Gaudin, N. Hex k
carrying a
\    oupli
^^^^^^���11/ \-
11 a long hath robe '   -
. but  neither man was
ever  witnessed  un < T*'el  with much enthusiasm.
sports of any kind in Vernon. At  2:10 p.m.,  thi   men commenc   I
To   ......    ;.    ���..   ....    Westminster to  tight.     Squires  went  after  Burns,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^_H
: :. \. Corbett, D. Robin"! .... Q(j ������;.. , ...^ . 1 and hundreds sur- 'iorns attired
���'��� . \. O'Connor, R, Gil- rounded the field, lt was the largesl tered the rin
;,  H.  .Munn. G. Croll,  C.   crowd   probablj   that
Elley, c. Creighton,  M. Mcil   Sayer,   (C.   Budge, .1. Jar-
'������ anle, H. Rand), M. Mc-
K. Ja dine, 1 M.  Elley, Edith
Minnie,   M.   McNiven. TC.
:   ��� !���   Kanel.  .loan  jardine,
lardine,   iM
. J.  i'.TTinie'.  \.  O'Connor,
ardine, Helen Rand'1 n,,,,
���   Oorbett), (C, Coat-
I,   Hair.'.    Munn),   M     . ,
What  narrowly  escaped    being    n
soiiee-.i>. accident occurred ai the hum"
of Officer Johnston, Wednesda> night,
when the chimney suddenlj fell to
pieces, crashing through the roof, almosl demolishing iho staircase and
doing considerable damage to the In
terlor of tin dwelling. Mr .lohnston
��� ainks thai tim" an 1 w lather ha 1
loosened mortar between the bricks
and that t.i> high wind which was
blowing al the' time precipitated
matters. II,��� eiMaiiK-el 11 dny off yes
terday to try and have the' damage
repaired.
t'e'   B   meleM   (Ill     e US Kil   OHO        Thfi   I'.ICelt
est drawback the canners are ssper!
ouctug the lack ol labor, t ti����� ni in
agemeut te'' tig averse to hlrtu . China
men.  while whites demand  a lirgei
se'il.'    Ol    \\   Ige     'lie.'.I    the     ill ill-ill     e'llll
afford to pay,   The manager In speak
I lng of Um mailer .w-slo', elei \   ��� .niai I .1
will be e.inncei this   yeai  than   hai that   although  against   his dealra  to
been for some time past     st  iwbei envplo] Chlneae labor tt would he the
rles  maj    be scarce, owing    to    tho Inevitable result, If he oould nol  get
weiatiio:  having been unfavorable, I 11 ivhlos nl the wagei whte-ti wi-ie' boiugi
on the whoio th.' season promises to offered.                                               _.
.���d thai moi,' of thts kin ;. of trutl
HITCH OCCURS M
.n-iin iiu
Marconi Company Will Nm
Send  Messages t
Companies.
(iwing to the increase' in their lms-
.1,
rill,
;
1:1
1'
',      il. Cull.iiu.
; K, Jardine, Blnnl
k'ckrlll.
' :  '.anr���K. Dockrill, Jean >harncterlzi
'   H. Rand, M. Elley, (N. Dock-
'ii. K. Jardine.
���'���ybr   -c. Creighton.
���;';'i"    i.i. .lardine. M. O'Con-
Brown,    M.    McNiven,),    K
'"tinued m7 P^s7^iZo~bT~
.1 won. G goals to 2.   And nobly did the feinting and loading     They cam.
Re?<l Shirts keep up the reputation of a clinch In the corer, but  no dama
the greatest lacrosse town in Canada, was  done.    Burns landed  a  righl  ti
Without  throwing  any disparagement ''"   Jaw and Squires wenl down.    Hi
on   the'   okanagan   players,  who had stayed  bown four seconds and  cami
nisi : me .iff the field, it can be stated "P   fighting,
that thi  si taton   wen  treated to an      The.   wenl  to a clinch and as thei
exhibition of Canada's  national  gam.' broke   Burns   missed   a   vicious   righl  iness, Messrs. Butterffeld and  Mnckie.
that   has   nevei   been   ���1  here,    li swing,    Squires   poked >a   right   Into  QbJj  merch_ant8,  hav,' decided  to ex
was simply grand.   Marvellous Indeed Burns' body and rested.   Burns lands tend   their  buildings  by na .ms  ol   n
wn- the plaj ��� '  '   ": '��� ims al times, another  right   suing   under   the  jaw.  jarge wharf and  shod  which   work Is
McNiven,      . -.    salmon Belly Seconds were a The  knockout blow followed several ai  preBenl   [��ing commenced
wonder.
^	
tion,     Vt a well  balanced team they on  the point  eef the Jaw and Squires t\ly     the now  premises nre Bltunlcd
ilnly outdo the Vancouvers     They collapsed ad fell flal on hi    face, between  Brackman &  Ki   '   easl    nd
C.iniiiiii'.   1   anj
feel  in length   *'u '  '"   Qave  bei u   1 mipl
mission to do so la obtatnei
Marconi Company.
STARTING WMUSSprrSTJ^:
j to iteAmshlps with tin' prot;'. 1 *^?a'
comniunlcftUon tnaj be mn ntnlm f
onlj    "ith    Marconi    laud   stations
Ivi Vill 1 W In 1 ti.-:    Hi,'   Marconi   Coiii,>ein\      In
tend', to establish Ita own land stal
Ions on ''ii- coasl has nol been itated
The kiuiok-ou: blow followed several ���t preBenl being commenced Thi
Theii team work, comblna- that landed on Squires' jaw aa hi piling for Ihe whan' has been driven
passing was almost perfec- rushed Into Burns,   li landed squarely  anj   the decking was started   yi   tei
showed  more  dash  and  daring  than     Big Jim J   ���   1    -loud over him aud wharf and the Cleove
,:,,.i:   ,,   ,.,.-        Theii   borne  fears slowly   counted  off  the   ten second .  pany, nnd Is nibotil  25
Victoria, .in!;,   1   Thi n   Is u  hlli li
111 .one,  tho Installnlli .I 01 win less
l.'li'grapiu l'r��l 111   i'ii    I'. ..'1 I      1 In-
I'rnii u is 1 letiniei - ol lhe C. I1 'i
1 imi lily ��� ei 1 li ������ uu 1 be Bi IUbIi < 'ol
.1111,11.1 e-i'.isi. and the' work ul plai In
1 ho appni atus on the iteamei Pi In
. ��� ... it.e, o I'rlnci VlllJ I'. II.
Heati'li-e,   ami   als 1   Hie.   Amur,   ��Illi ll
nothing, and   11  ;:- !t ni e possesses the
stone   .vail     op< rtles that  has  ever
ed the Westminster teams, tralian was down and out tor no--;
'in  fact, ii  migl I   be said  that  there
was nol a weak Bpot on the team.
On the other hand, while tho Van-
,., ay,,- team  Included  sunn' brilliant
players   (thej   had   with   them   three  corner.
.-���niiorsl   tin"���' D  B  I   wi"'  I ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
. I Westminster boys    Yet they put up a minutes and elghl seconds.
- McMurphy is suffering fron,  good game, and the match was nol all,    The preliminary    between
'     of a   nasty   fall   from  the  one Bided b) any means.     'I here'
' "r a building which  came near little real rough play and
imi he might haw Bpared himsell lhi   When   completed   the firm    wlll    he!this dal
trouble as it was evident that the \a     equlppod re handle all the Bah  tradi   moul
which  ��iii 1 ffered f ir 1 ome iim-
1     - '.   c 1   11
ee:.
I., foi'
a seems mat tne v. I'. K. company
Immediately the crowd Bwarmod In-   to come
,,      . , .,   ,    ,     ,  ,,, lu.a u contract with the Marconi Wire"
in the ring and crowded aboul  Burna
,.,,,,. .    ,      ,, The    il' alll    nf    Willlaill    SmedleV,    a    .      ,   ���r,.|,,,.,. ,,.1,   ,\,    1,,,    n.,,  Inarnllnllnn
whili   Squires   seconds    earned    the'                                                       ���        '' '  ll" [ntpn 1*0, 101 mi  inttnuaii .1
,. ,.,....        .        ������         , ���   pioneer  ol  Chiiliwack,  took   place nt ,,
"False  Alarm    I rum   Australia   to   hid                                                                           ol Marconi lippariltltH ou Iho sli'iiuii'i:'.
the Royal Columbian hospi'tal yester !
day morning.   Tho deceasod, who was
a stonemason    by    trad
known In this city, whoi
Tho   light
it was believed when the contract was
only
llinul      twol
Murphy
I
was    \\��ii 1'" '''' thai  Hie' governmenl  would 8i
be  had  re- | ta!il|sll Miirc'inl i.l.iil limn on Ibis COOSt,
linor offenses
""'ting seriously,     Mr.   McMurphy.  ruled off for m	
^ >" a 0 nter, was engaged In '   tn   the   first] quarter  Westminster. ended
>..,.,.:^______._��� mmtmmK^m^^^^^^^m   -0;il... three I ^^B
Was and   Edwards  resulted  in a  draw at
bul few were ""' ''"���' "f the tenth round,     It was
1:50 o'clock when    the    preliminary
a carpenter,  was   engaged   In '    In    the
I.   '      - the roof of a house on Sixth scored two
H1""il"   when suddenly his fool slip- and In the last, one,
1"'1' '"'   the  unfortunate   man   was ed their two in the third quarter
��wn  to  the  ground,   a  distance  ur  ���
2{) fr'<'t a  bundle    of    Bblng-      A    lacrosse   match    between
alioiil
'ps falli
up,
Vancouver sror-
the
Man Drops Down 1,000 Feet.
i.e.sslanil, B. C July 4.��� John I^ev-
covlg, skip lender at the While Hear
side.I  for many years.    He  WB* sixty
throe  .veins  old,  and  loaves  a   family
in Chllliwaok, Tbe body will be shipped up river today by W. E, Kales, and
the funeral Is to lake place tomorrow
afternoon.
The Salvation Army school children
will   bold  their    annua!    picnic    at
one nf iho    regulations    under
which 11,'pni ni us is planet oa vessels
I , the Marconi oompnny 1 bal no eom
muicatlons be held with stations other
than those of the Mnroonl Company,
and  as the  Canadian  giivernineul   bus
lecided  to establish  Shoemaker stn-
fell from the 300-foot levil tothe . >00; Queen's   Park   on   Thursday  of next\tions on thIs ooast the C. P. Ft. uto.im-
Xorfh  foot level a few days ago nnd was In-
"��gon top of him. When picked Brownsville Indians and   the
the m,,n    was    unconscious   in Vancouver Indiana will take place at stantly killed.    He fell Into tho sump
.      '    ;;i!"  he   remained  until   late Queen's  Park  on  Saturday afternoon., which contains several feel, of water,
|n ,hn  ���' he   recovered "���" ���-- ��" """""���f" at " o'clock., and had he not. struck several places
.mil iB
I McM
present rapidly Improvin
,       rnhy was badly
.     I'   no hones were T.ml.on.  and  a   ti
,,,   ' y r0f'nvcry js confidently expect-   da nts of the
**'ii & be seen.
nook, providing permission Is granted !ers if equ'PPed with Marconi appara-j
by the civic authorities. The pnrtr!"is' wOU,d "ot *�� abu- ,0 pnter ,nt0'
has   recently   been   greatly   improve'1 . ������omiiiiinieatloa|
by the addition of a number of seats j    Tt  is stated also that  the Camosuri % tull thinking, coming tothe conclusion
and   tables  among  the    trees,   while jon which Marconi appnratus Is being j that he could not earn 10 dollars and
rivate parties}installed while the steamer Is on the(his board any easier than doing ftf-
Tiii' provhieiai police are ni presi nt
looking foi nu pi; i) or pai ties �� b 1
10, rn. ij   di llbeiatelj    wI'm    to work
md ��� in.i' in .i 1 p.  fl I,.,.. ot ihe �� hei le
Of  II   I!    e       1      I,'     I 1 . |gh|   c.'ll    �� ll ell   ��  1 .
��� '1.111.line,   on   .1   Biding  ell   I lenl 'ell   Pai ll
The �� In . 1 ��.1 i-i ��� in '1 .1 bad eon.11
ilmi lhal ii w.i 1 nei 1 ��� ��� irj to Jack tbe'
car up nml pul n new wheel on befon
tin' co coul 1 i.e taken to tho shopi
The ini |i one nf deliberate wnnton
ie- in ' |tii] -.--..��� the ll ok Of III.
1 v he l,  'ii irt 1    done    wil h
��� ..���.���<���    In'. VJ     oi   !. umi ll :.     ..Hell     Rl    a
sledge hammer.
\Y     T     I 'oeik.;|i \    wllel   (penl    Hie   bull
ipi. .ii  Hai rii. n Hut Spring i, I) 11 re
iiiiii.'.i to ii"' ''Hy. after replenishing
bis splendid collection  of   view    .1
Chiiliwack, iiat.le'. Million, Harrison,
Iinl     S|.i Inc.' .     ami   I liiiileeon     l,nki\
These, mounted on poal oards, make
one of the best advertising mediums
of the districl thai can possibly be
procured, and can be purchased nt,
Morey'i Book Btore,
Charlie,   n    fllll��blOOded    Up Mufil 1
Indian, got Hie choice of pnylnu $H��
and costs for the privilege of having
filled up with an Inferior brand of
whisky, or going to the Jail for flfte. n
days After the magistrate had haiiel
ed out this decision Charlie did som.
the garni' to commence at " ��^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
\.s these two teams are about evenly, on the side of the shaft. In the fear
shaken up   hut   ���irilcl,..,!   I  fair exhibition of the na-  ful descent,   doubtless he  would   not'covered places whe|	
mai game   is played by the descen- have  been  seriously  Injured,  as  the  may do their cooking have also beenjways of the Victoria Machinery Depot, |.teen days.   He is now proving the re-
fir, stick handlers.shoui.l  water would have broken tho force
*^^^^-    the fall^^^���^^^^^^^^^
recently   built.     Alderman   Johnston j will be unable to communicate with suit of his theory ia the Provincial
is responsible for the impi ovements.   jthe government station*, unless per- Jail:
, THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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This is the label that guarantees
richest fabrics, finest tailoring,
newest styles and unmatch-
able values.
It is a good thing to look
for���and a good thing to
find.
It goes in all
"Progress Brand"
Suits and Overcoats    M
Is it in your clothes?  It should be.
H.   L.   de BECK
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Call ami seeftur new lines of  FURNITURE.       The best of
woods,   the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,   anil
the most reasonable of prices.
W. E. FALES,
FURNITURE   EMPORIUM
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Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
(Continued from Page One.)
Dockrill,   Alice   Corbet;,  C.   Coatham, I
il. Hand, John Disney, Charles Creighton.
Miss McXiven, B.A.
Algebra���K. Jardine, D. Maxwell, C.
Creighton, li. Hoffard.
H. M. Stramberg, U.A., Principal.
Euclid���J. Jardine, (K. Jardine, C.
Creighton), K. Dockrill, H. Gaudin, 3.
Sayer, G. Maxwell, B. Cook, M. Mc-
Nee. John Disney, (C. Coatham, A.
Ccrbett, H. Munn).
Botany���(J. Jardine, K. Jardine I, (..;
Brown,   K.   Wilson,   N.   O'Connor,   J.
Disney,   (B,   Sayer,   II,   Gaudin),   Bl.'
BlcNee, C. Coatham, (K. Dockrill, C.:
Creighton), (J. Binnie, M. Elley),  (It.,
Gilley, H. Munn).
Physios���J.   Disney, C. Creighton.   li.
Munn. D. Maxwell, C. Budge.
Arithmetic���(K. Jardine. K. Dock-,
rill, B. Saver. R. Gilley, M. McNiven,
(A. Croll, D. Maxwell), (J. Jardine,
|B, Wilson. J. Binnie), H. (Hoffard, C.
Creighton), N. Dockrill, M. O'Connor,
M. BtcNee, D. Bobinson, II. Munn, ll.
Disney. B. Cook, A, Corhett, H. Hood,
(A. Imlali. J, Davidson).
Drawing���C,   Coatham,   (K.    Dockrill. If. Gaudin, C. Creighton), n. Sayer, K. Jardine, (J, Jardine, J. Forres-!
ter, D. Maxwell), ,1. Disney.  (A, Corbet!. M. Me.Vee,. j. Binnie, B. Gttley,
' M.  Elley,  It. Munn).
It. McMillan, M.A.
Five   students   failed  in  Latin  and
one failed in Literature.
Students who have failed must take
I a supplementary examination on the
! subject, or subjects, in which they
I have been conditioned, in September.
_.'.!���. pri>:< offered by Mr. McMillan
I to the student in Div. I1L making the;
i greatest progress in the last three j
I months of the term, will be divided
! between Miss Nora Dockrill and Miss
1 Kate Jardine.
In   presenting   this   report   to   the
' public the various masters of the High
.. School desire to express their appreciation  of the creditable  work  done
'��� by the classes during the year.    The
' school-board  has generously provided
(fitting physical apparatus for the next
year's worl; .and will also reseat some j
Of the  class  rooms.      With   better facilities for work, the teachers hope for
land expect a large measure of success
i In the departmental examinations next
year. ,
X Established 1887 Incorporated 1906 |
Qlley Bros im p
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WELLINGTON  LUMP COAL
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
W.
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The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fa.t that the
finest Cocoa in the world is made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
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Is the purest and the best and is fast becoming thc beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Hotel Guests.
GuichonJ. W. Green, Toronto;
V. (lore ami wife, Vancouver; F
Aylmer, Revelstoke; Z. S. Chamber-
lin. Chiiliwack; (.'. Burton MacKen-
zie, Surrey.
Windsor���R.  J.    Primrose,    P.    B.
| Primrose.   Langley;  '.'���"'.  Gennure, Sn-'
ijinka;   F.   W. Graham, Harrison   Mm
Springs;  H. G. While. Oakland. Cai.; I
.1.   Mck'i'.v.  Dulllth   .Minn.:   Mrs.  Armstrong Chiiliwack;  A. S.  Millard,  Ell-
gin; J. Matheson and wife. Winnipeg.
,    Colonial���A. S. Lewis, Millside; Pe-
Iter Rasmussen,   Fergus   Falls;   Mrs.
C. S. Ferris. Langley; E, M. Thurslow,
Fresno,   Cai.;   Mlrs IFerns,   Langley;
Pre i Richardson Victoria.
|    Gilley
Bros.' tug Flyer left yester-
e! i v for
.adysmith, to take charge ol
tl  KCOW ll
ad of coal for the local trade.
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Imperial Cattle Wash
ONE DOLLAR A GALLON
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
It pays to use it. The cow will give
better result.'-' if she does not have to
light flies.   Guaranteed todo thework
D. S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spectacles,Seeds
New Westminster
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD,
Genei
Manas
WHEN
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GOING EAST
A GENERAL BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every facility  afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed  or taken   for collection.
BANKING  BY  MAM.���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts   receive every attention,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE ANU ii.Nl.iNE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BHIdub; and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental Iron wont, lnctualng
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence Invited.
JOM.N RE8D,
BROWK H rutin i.
New  Wimlniinti f. u   m
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
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EMPRESSES
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18,000 (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN\ 14,500
ll. Power (EMPRESS OK IRELAND
Particularly   low   mics    from
Old   Country,        Reservations   ma
here for nil sailings,
Nexl  sailing,  13mpri bs July  12.
Empress of Britain lulj   -1
For particulars apply
ED, GOULET,
C   P   ::   .'. ��� ui
TON!.
the
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E TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
fcitfht Trains Every Day in the Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, SL Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas J thc most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
i'i section sleepers, luxurious dining
:ar rrclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For  Tina-  Tables, Folders, or any
���  urther  information   call   on   or   write
r. W. PARKER,
OF.NERAL AGENT,
-:,��� Second Avenue. Seattlti Wash I
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND  CEMENT.
This celebrated Cement is
used by nearly ail large contractors in the Province.
R09EBANK LIME. "TS-
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW BRUNSWICK PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE    CLAY     and     MANTEL
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Leave Seattle 12
Steamer. I
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Seattle nj, I
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
SEWER  PIPE.   DRAIN    TILE,
SAND, CRUSHiO ROCK.
Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence 122
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Leave X. W. s,:e,   ., ,:       ,
Arrive X. W. ,;: ^Uj.
GREAT NORTHERN Rah���   '
Lv. X. W. 9.20 a,n ,   ..  ^   ^
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LT,rrR^HT^v0r
,aLoUtW'9:3S -2*
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 ;,. n,; a
S;45 p m. and 6 p. ui '
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC-VANCOUVER*
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, jj;
.and 8 a. m., and everj :-. ilf hour th./ I
after till 11 p. m. f'
Lv. Vancouver  for
game hours.
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Westmlajtg y
JUNE WEDDINGS
In the spring' a young man's fancy turns to
thoughts of love, and tn June he gets married.
We have now a splendid new assortment of
Cut Glass
Pitchers,.  Vases,  Water
magnificent   selection of
Silverware
including  Bow!
Bottles ;   ancl ;
comprising beautiful Tea Sets, Candelabras,
Coffee Services, Serviette Rings, and Sugar
Basins.      To view our stock is to purchase.
Wedding Rings Our Specialty
it
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER
Beaver���
From X. W. Mon. v   ��� y^ ^
From Clink. Tu . Sat,, ;
Kaniona���
From X. \V. T'i.. Th., Sat. 8am
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., FrL, 7 ��-
DOWN RH
frunsfer���
From X.W. daily, ex  Sund
Add. trip, Monday, 6 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (FrMia,
Mail Service
R     dn at bn
'. in .
via li .'1 ni ���
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELER
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in Alt Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
w
1ENJ
HANK   WITH
The =
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small
a year e.n Sa\ ings Bank
"Hints and pay interest four times
'! osits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches th.ougbout Canada ami Newfoundland, and in London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A Genera! Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents in all narts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and interesl. allowed at 3 per cect. per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $1fiS,00n,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. '   G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Dispatched by C, l
a.-in.;  close  11
Siima.-e and Seattl
daily.
Millside  No.   l.   dail;   i    i
day;   Sapperton   No,   1,  dailj  .iced
Sunday;   Calgary and  \ ani ouvei ft
2 (first mail C.P.R. easl -   la
from the above points
8:15 p, in
Dispatched by B, C. El
Co., T;4."i a. in ;
Vancouver, No.  l, dallyi see   - .
days.   Return mail received i a. r_
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, S l_
Cloverdale, Nicomi ki, Porl Kete
Hazelmere, I [all's Prairie Bl iim .:!
Seal tli' (all points In VV i tiingi u ,2
BOUth, also all points in easi ���;
states i, daily exci pi Sub .
mails received al  3:30
Cl i. ton,   Tuesda; -   and     i. - i ���;
'- Tynehead,     Wedm sd tys   ai d   Sa is
days.   Return mail ri eel red '���' ��� ��� I
and  Frl laj S,
Dispatched  ley 12 ('. El ictrie
10:30 a. in.:
Vancouver  No,  2;   Victoria   N   l,
Cenl rd   Park,   dail;    exci
Return mall received at 2 p, m
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13     n
Easl Burnaby, daily i ki       S
Return mails rei i Ived at 1:1
' Dispatched  by carrier 12; ���
Timberland, Tuesdays and Fridi ;.
Return  mails   ri ceh ed  T -:
Frid iys.
Dl -, itched bj  C. P.R, b   it, 2     p��
an I  1:30 p.  in. on Sa urdays:
Ladner, Westham Island P|-!
Guichon,    Steveston,   Sun : '
excepl Sundaj-.    Return mail
ed from ii a. in. to 11 a. in.
Woodward's,     Wednesda: |
mail on  Wednesdays and >:
Dispatcher   bj   B.C.   Elecl ��'a''
3:30 p. in.:
Vancouver, No. .'!; Victor i, N'i. -;
daily excepl Sunday. Retti i :;
reci ived al 0 p. m.
:..: naby    lake.     Retui
2 p. m.
Dispatched by G.N. Eyler, I     ':
To southern    points,   da!
Sundaj-.    Return mail  11
Dispatched bj  C.P.R. train
in.;   mail   closes al   I     '
i' ilgarj  and Vancouver, N ���
P. R, east, see I m til)   I
received  al   10:35  a,   m,
Sapperton,  No,  2;  Mill
Coqultlam, dally excepl S
turn mail received al  l"  :
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dajly
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMI
Electric-lighted train.   Low I-'1, ',,
Quick Time. Excelkni bervi��
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Pa"1
AN!) ALL POINTS EA  '.'
Steamshlr Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates   H""ld
Rates   to   Southern   CaMt'orrtta.
For full informiion cull on or write
C. E. LANG, General A
43U Hastings St., Vancouver, �����
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland
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Of* ,-0AY. JULY 5,
19C7.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
SUMMER
5HIRT5
In Silk Stripes   (collar  attached
75c, $1, $1.25 and $2.
Raw Silk, collar attached,
$2.25 the shirt.
Black', Blue and Drab Alpaca, reversible collars, $1.75 the shirt.
White Canvas,
$1 and $1.25
White, ventilated, $1.25,
reverse collar.
We sell the "Big Shirt" and the
"Big Horn" Shirt.
Ladies, Win
$15���or���$10
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER   TWo   PRIZES - First, $15;   second,  $10,  for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the  forthcoming  Pro-
al Exhibition, made with their cell brated
IMPERIAL   PLOUR - IMPERIAL
���   entrance fee needed   all thai is necessary is thai Uie
fear] be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
���'��T   STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
Tf
Life,  Xot   ln-mli.
TlMre ^ much difference in the psychological effeel of the two ideas
"life" and "death." This was Illustrated, says the writer of "Letters
From a Surgeon," iu the ease of General Frank Bartlett, who was wounded
on the Fredericksburg pike In 1804.
General Bartlett uns brought to the
surgeon bleeding profusely from a
wound iu his bead. He was unconcerns aud white as death. The surgeon called his name, but could not
roust- bim. rassing his finger into the
'���' ound, be found the ball bad not penetrated the h me, but had simply cut an
artery In tbe Bcalp. This the surgeon
bound with a ligature. He laid the
general on the ground and completed
' ssing the v. ound,
' N" harm done, old boy!" be shouted. "This is onlj a flesh wound. Tou
will be all right when I take n stitch
or two."
Tl e good news seemed to bring General   Bartletl   to  consciousness.    He
ed completely,
"I thought 1 uns done for," be saiel
"Well, if I'm all right, here poos."
Before the- surgeon could stop him
h" wns in tiei- saddle and riding at the
I est gall of bis horse bai I: to the front
again.
o\ 14 More Specials
TO-DAY
Sccond-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS,     RANGES,    STOVES.
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
Rushton & Speck ��
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
They Are Record Breakers
eSfflH
The \V��j�� of (he Miion��lilii��>r.
Tho ways nf tin- moonshiner are pret
ty much the same everywhere. A suit-
nble location consists of a secluded
s;'"t with water In abundance. It Is
important, should he over be railed
upon to defend a case in court, for the
question of the ownership of the land
upon which the siill is located, to be
involved In doubt; bence the nioonsbin
er gets as near tbe line of bis own
land or the land he controls as possible
Tbe stills are primitive affairs and are
often made complete in the neighborhood in wbicb they are operated. With
two or three square yards of sheet copper tbe still maker requires but a few
hours to make the "b'iler." Homemade hogsheads are usually used as
fermentcrs, and the only thing that the
Illicit distiller has to send "off yauder
arter" is the worm. Being difficult to
secure, the moonshiner prizes his
"worm" highly, and that part of the
distillery is usually taken away when
tbe operator leaves.���David A. Gates
In Metropolitan Magazine.
We also  do  all  kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign   Man  on  Wheel.
.'olumbia St.
New  Westminster
Phone 275
Hri^ici   of "HI,,..ptocklnirfi."
Burke, apropos of "Evelina," paid
Fanny Burney this high compliment:
"We have bad an age for statesmen,
an ace for heroes, an age for poets, an
age for artists, but this" with a gallant bow to Fanny- "is tbe age for
women." The name "bluestockings,"
given to tbese distinguished women,
arose, according to Fanny Burney in
ber "Memoirs of lier Father." from an
apology made by Mr. Stllllngfieet tn
declining an invitation of Mrs. Vesey's
to a literary meeting nt her house. "I
am not properly dressed for such a
party," he pleaded. "Pho, pho." she
cried, taking him and bis dress all in
at a glance, "don't mind dress! Come
in your blue stockings." This he did,
and "those weirds ever alter were
fixed in playful stigma upon Mrs. Ve-
sey's associations." ��� T. P.'s London
Weekly.
Wtnit  ��> Stnnd On.
The density of the- earth as ii whole
has been estimated, with close agreement among the scientists who bave
made the determination by different
methods, to be aboul 5.6, or five and a
half times as heavy as an equivalent
sphere of water, nu tin'other hand, the
average density of the materials forming the accessible parts of the earth's
crust Is between 2.5 and .".. so that the
nie-.m density eef the whole globe Is
about twice that of its outer part.
This indicates that the central part 'if
the earth is composed of heavier materials and may even be metallic, which
condition, says the Engineering and
Mining Journal, would accord perfectly with tbe nebular hypothesis.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  doors   from   Ceo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladies'Gojd Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Kings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; rharges reasonable.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Excursion rates to all points East
July 3rd, 4th and Bth; August 8th,
nth and loth. Ticket- good for three
months.
Also Single Fare and One-Third
for round trip tickets. Dominion Day.
Tickets on sale Juno 28, 29, 30, and
July 1st;  good  iiii July 3rd.
ED.  GOULiE'f,
42. H. K. Agent.
Npw Westminster.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
250 3-4 in. White Cornice Poles,with
ends and brackets complete; regular 25c value.    Sale Price 15c
5 dozen only���Footstools, covered in
handsome figured Velours ancl Empire gilt legs, well finished and extra
good value at $1. Sale price 75c
Handsome square top Centre Tables
in Early English or Golden Oak finish, fitted with 22 in. tops and lower shelves under these tables make
an attractive addition to the parlor
or dining room, and will soon clear
out; the regular value is $2.75.
Special Sale Price    -    $1.95
THESE ARE THE BIGGEST BARGAINS YET.
About 60 Hat and Coat Racks, fitted
with 5pegs each; well finished,and
cheap at 50c.      Sale Price 3 5c
BETTER COME QUICK FOR THESE.
JOHN A. LEE'Sl
Furniture Emporium
1
Family Trade a Specialty.
th. 113.      off.ee. Eighth street,! Bupoof Block, Columbia Street, New Westminster!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
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Nature  meel   Broken   Bone*.
In the splicing of broken bones nature '"in give the best surgeon pointers.
When ;i bone is broken the splintered
ends are surrounded with cartilage until they nre firmly held In position.
Then gradually o layer of bone Is
placed between theni nnd soldered together, All th" physician bas to do
is to bring the two ends of tbe bono:
together so thai the polnl will be
smooth niiel even, Nature's little
agents do the rest   New York Tribune.
We Eat to Live ��jraKfflHssam^^
Taitte Govern* Spelling.
Shakespeare Bpelled his own name In
sixteen different ways which have
survived, and it Is evident thai Cli/.n
betban spelling '.'depends upon the
taste and fancy of the Bpeller." Ir Is
the printing press which made spelling
by stereotyping it. and it is. after nil.
on the printer's render more Ihan on
the professor thai the spelling of the
future depends.���London Kiar.
But at the same time it   is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe f
You can re ly upon Getting the
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Napoleon's  Name.
Tbe name Napoleon written In Greek
chnrncters win form seven different
words by dropping Iho final letter of
each in succession. When rend, these
words form a complete sentence, mean-
In tr. "Napoleon, the destroyer of whole
cities, was the lion of his people."
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tlCHENBACH COMPANY
LIMITED.
^     Adams' Celebrated Truss Rod
���"''. Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, Farm T
Agents for the .). J. Chase Threshing Machinery.
rucks, &c
Wronff.
"There is a word of one syllable lr.
the English lnuguupe that Is always
spelled wrong, even by tbe most educated people."
"What Is that?"
"The word 'wrong.'"
J.  TRAPP & CO.
Ob vlonftly.
"Let me see," mused the sporting
editor.  "What is nn incubator?"
"An Incubator," replied the agricultural editor, "Is nn egg piaut."
Discouragement is but disenchanted
egotism.���Mut'.zini.
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THE   DAILY  XEWS.
3   <^:o,.
JULYj,
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
fflces,   corner   of   Sixth   an!   front
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
WINDSOR SALT���because
it's pure, fine, clean, dry, piquant
���is used by most people all the
time.
E.  A.  Paige Manager
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game, ami  found that ;i contest bet
weeu teams of   their own intermedi-1 ���
ates  woulJ have been    better    worth ' FOR  SALE���One  second-hand  range,
the cost;   but a goodly proportion of]    suitable for large restaurant or log-
6ftx3ft.6in.   Apply t'' Alex
Hand Store, Specie Blk.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising. IU
oeuts per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .0
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent  insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Oay Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
to a contest between Vancouver and
Seattle, we are all Vancouver in sympathy as a matter of   course,   and it  that Is their affair ot course;
the said shekels went away iu
Canada's" pocket none the less. Now
If thai remarkable .aggregation choose
to linger amid the sweet breezes of
the False Creek mini Mats and enjoy
the  rural  hospitality  of    the  suburbs,
t is a
hurts us to see the enterprising anil f,-ee country and they were quite with-
plucky yachtsmen of that city modeMn their rights; hut having so chosen,
ridiculous. Th,. Alexandra may still and having refused the proffered hos-
win; we hope she will: but if the pltallty of New Westminster, they
sporting editors would lay to heart j certainly have no right to slander the
and act upon a certain ancient admo-j city, and should have so instructed
nition about the conduct becoming; their special saganian. They should
those who are but putting on their ar- have remembered in fact that sport is
mor,  nothing would  be lost  ami   very : not exempt, and should not be exempt
All-jging camp.
Speck. Second
Can You Beat This)
JAPANESE boy attending Daj School
wants work at  good family.   Remuneration $1.75  per    week    with
room   and   board.    Apply  to   I'.   0.
Box  242, city.
A six-room modern House, in good repair on
a lot 55x165 feet,  all in fruit tree
block from city car,   on   Fourth   A,
one
enue.
WANTED���Olrl   with     sonic    expert- j
ence   in     confectionary     and     ice
cream    parlor.    Apply,     Purdy    &
McKlllop, next tram office.
Price   $1,800
Half cash,
balance easj ten
ms.
unpleasant   experiences   woul
times bo avoided.
The second thing upon
TEACHERS   WANTED���For    Central
School,  this  city.     One    Male    for,
Division  2,  Boys'   School;   one   Fe-
some-   from the ordinary, every-.lay rules of male for primary work.    Applications j
civilized societv. 'received up to noon of the llth inst.
R. LENNIE, Sec.
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FRIDAY, JULY 5,  1907.
COMING   HOME.
-Mr. .McBride is on his wei.e back
from ihe "fooi of ilie throne" to James
Bay. .ine] tin' om Country papers containing detailed reports of the Introduction in lhe House of Commons of
lhi' amendment i-i the it X. A. Aci,
have come io hand, They contain no
details of the slightest momenl a.ldi-
tlonal io what was cabled from Lon-
���.lon when the amending hill was introduced, lull their arrival and Mr.
McBride's return gives the organs another chance to break out into laudation nf the premier, of whom they
speak as if ho wore, in the slang of
the day, the "best ever."
As we sahl  at. the lime, we should
desire to oflVr a little commen' is the
incident of a visit  which  New West-!
minster    "enjoyed"    some weeks ago
from    the    "All-Canadian"    lacrosse'
team.    The game  played  with the local  team would, we presume, be des-:
cribed as an "exhibition" gam.', an.l it
certainly was an exhibition���of a sort.;
If an  aggregation of    has-beens and
never-weres chooses  to call Itself an
"All-Canadian"     team,     we    presume
there is no enforceable law to prevent
it: hut when it proposes to go around
the  world posing    under  Such a  title,
people  who  know  what    our  national'
game is. anel  who desire to maintain
its reputation, cannot   be   blame 1    if
they object to the libel.   Because New
Westminster objected ami justified its
objection by showing up the pretentions combination in its true light, the
sporting writer who accompanies fTi'e
"All-Canada" outfit, sent  to an  East-
em   paper an  article  in   which, being
unable to say anything In defence of
tt   In  Woiimii'i   Wnf.
When a woman undertakes to decapitate a fowl or anything with an ax
she grasps the tool close to the head,
raises her chin, squints both eyes,
clinches two rows of teeth an<| hacks
straight ilowfi. missing Tier aim by
about two inches. That was sufficient
for 0 I 'via lady to sever her left
thumb. She was not a fainter and, replacing the thumb, which bad been
chopped at the first Joint, bound the
parts together a ml has excellent promise of its complete restoration. The
game is not always lost when "thumbs
nre down."- Detroit News-Tribune.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY--WV furnish help of all kinds, farm, hush,
saw mill, railroad labor, hotel help,
etc.. etc. male or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Employment Agcy,
506 Cordova street wesi Vancouver.
HOUSE   AND   TWO    LOTS  !>   rent,
splendid   location;   corner site on
car  line, e-;_:ht  minutes     from    post
office.    Apply   P.   A.   Dail;    N'ews
office.
Hale &  Lane
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Phone  335 P. O. Box 21
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Here You A
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Timely Piei-nutlon.
"Maria," said  Mr.  Qulgley,  entering   "~
bis home in some excitement, "I want  Dr
you to promise ine not to look at tbe
papers for the next three months!"
"What for?" wonderlngly asked Mrs.
Qulgley.
"I have just been nominated for a
public office," he faitered, "and I don't
want you to find out what kind of man
I really am."���Chicago Tribune.
FOR SALE���A good paying     islness,
the Arrow Job Printing Plant, good
wil! as a running concern. K iom
4,  Daily  News  Block. tf
Hoggan, M.R.C.V.S., Edinburgh.
Veterinary Surgeon
Hiving commenced practice iu New
Westminster, messages can be lefi a'
D. S. Curtis' Drug Store, Columbia
street: 'Phone 4'1, until I have male
my offlce arrangements.
A CHANCE FOR The MAM
of SMALL CAPITAL
his    patrons   as lacrosse men. he re-
be sorry to deny to Mr. McBrlde any  Ileves   his   mitl(,    by   accus(ng    Xo���.
credit that is due him; we are quite Westmlnster of a lack of hospitality
willing indeed that ho should have a The fact nf the mattpr ,g {]yii a prom_
little more for good measure;  ffut we  inent offlm.of the home fpam met fhp
object to see the whole prov,nce and ��A.l-Canadas" at the junction and In-
people of British Columbia made rid- vi)f_d (hpm hprp an(, tha) t].p ,nvll.._
i,-uie,ees   y the foolish gabble of papers tion was refuaedi   when thp ,,.���,, of
incident  tllP game  ,.p..(_   nlTivP(!   "All-Canada"
came    over    from   Vancouver  just  in
time to play, and left when play was
over.     A  large number of New West-
the  fo..'  of thi' throne"  was create,!   mlnster  peop]e  ,,���,  ,.()    thpi|.   ..,..
for  the  privilege  of    witnessing    the
which   are  simply   using  tin
as mate-rial eiut of which political capital may be made.
The necessity  for the    mission    to
ShroiTil  (.nine.
"Extry!" yelled the bright newsboy.
"All about the ter'bie wumpty���er������
wump!"
"Eh?" asked the Inquisitive old man.
"What did ye say, sonny?"
"I didn't say it." replied the boy.
"Buy n paper an' see."���Minneapolis
Journal.
by  Mr.  McBride's mishandling of the
business of this province at the Otta"
wa  conference last  year.     Had    we
been represented there by a man of
fair   ability, who was inspired    by a
sincere desire    to conserve the  best
interests  of    British  Columbia,  it   is
nol al all probable thai any appeal to
the  Imperial  government would have
��� i n     required.      Even,  therefore',   if
Mr. McBride had accomplished something notable  in    London,  he would
simply have done so    much    to    set
his blunders at the Ottawa conference;  'eat to contend thai  whai he
attrompllshed  was  proof of ability of
ihe possesssion of statesmanlike quai-1
ll les, an I all thai  sort  of thing, is t i
talk   arrant   nonsense.     It  would, of
on ���-'���. ;." equall} foolish to say that
'' s-    condiu i  al    thi   seal  of   empire
?'.ini'. ���' ': il he   ii'l n il  ;��� issess these
high i    . Ibutes.    He w is called   li   m
ipi    to make an ( \ parte statemenl
���:;. ,  fi rth  the  tin   ���   ited  and un-
.       Honed  strength ol British Columbia'    '    im   to   special   consideration.
A  iii-1ii of fair educntioi . having the
a Ivantage of legal training and a certain  glfl  of   fluent  s.H'i ch,   he could
have  faile I,   fain liar   as   he
lly is with the whole subject,
��� ��� his tasl. in a fairly sat-
Isfactor;   manner,
In al there is n ith n . to just i-
r    '!��� '��� ���   '     lations
ol  tin   i 'ga : -.     If   ihi Ir    itterances
nd thi confines
of lln     r i\ ;'i,-' u ba      would
not i n -. Dish Colum-
a   rule aware of
��� ind It is worth;
I a   distance    n-ho    maj
Iblj accepl It as     .-���   ely meant,
*'!" be apt, comparing   it  with    what
called ii forth,    I . fori i an. Ihlnq bui
���   " ���   timati   of   lhe   general
M lelll rence eef oui      i   '.
Altvnye* C.rowltnK.
"BInks is alwa.rs growling that he
doesn't have justice done him."
"Yes.  When he _?ets a halo he'll prob-
P]s   ably say It Isn't a square thing."���N��tv
York TIjtim
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly in timher.   Have large and small I
tracts  on   water.     If  you   wish   to
buy or sell, see me.   5. R. Chan Her,
407  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.   i
WANTED���Position by middle aged
man for office work with lumber1
company, or other corporation, understands books, speaks French and
English, holds twenty-threa years'
reference with same firm. Apply
by letter to J. G. care General Post
Office, New Westminster. 31
ADVERTISE   IN THE DAILY  NEWS.
Walk-
Over
Low Shoes are in
high favor this summer, even moreso
than ever before.
We have just received a consignment of
WALK-OVER
OXFORDS
tliat will make vou buy.
Our Tans
are winner;'-.
in  Lace and Button
AS TO  SPORT.
���   "  Itei  ol ': tmn does not,
' : rally, i are to I ���, . within the
I'ri ��� Incti : icred to sporting editors;
still, ���' ��� ire yet ���., lew traces af civilization lefi in "sport," and therefore
������'. few points to which eh" ordinary
laws <.: i ;\ilu:ilie,;i will apply, Two
' hing -    move . ;,,| remark ]
jusi ii w. One is the unfortunate
combination of unmll Igati i ' blow Ing"
'���-.. advance which v,as In lnlg id In by
Vane uiver | en aboul the yacht
Alexandra, and the fiasco which follow ' 'l v>hen tli" ti.ee ��� came tn mati
good. We claim and shall pxerclse
: ,i righl tn expres - our opinions
frankly about the Terminal Citj as
occasion may arise: bul when it comes
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fM&r   ASKTOSZE
-F    THE MANNISH
DESIGN FOR WOMEN
GO pairs of Women's White Oxfords received by express. On sale
this week for
$1.75 a pair
BIG SHOE HOUSE, LIMITED,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE SIGN OF W BIG ELECTRIC BOOT
We have thirty 10-acre Farms,
suitable for fruit, dairy or chicken
ranches. Rich black soil, no stone?,
sand or gravel. Only 8 miles from
New Westminster, handy to either
boats or C.P.R. trains, in thickly
populated district, A chance for
the small speculator. Don't
miss this. Come before they
are all bought up.
Prices from $800 to $1000
a farm; one-third cash, balance
over 24 months.
FRASER VALLEY
REALTY COMP1
Real Estate, Insurance and Business Brokers, Murchie J
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Just received a shipment of Brass and [von
Beds direct from Birmingham, Eng.   They
are handsome, strong and durable.   Come
see the line.
White Bedspreads, Sheets and Pillow Casesj
Come and inspect. A
trreai van
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium]
DL'PONT   BLOCK. pj)      a 1_ NEW   WESTMIN    : s:'"?��� G- CJ
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. Claim Settled in 4 9ays-
| Coquitlam, B
! Messrs. White, Shiles & Co.,
��� New Westminster, B. C.
�� Gentlemen -
��� Please accept thanks for check, dated JI
:. from the Connecticut Fire Insurance Co.,
��� ment for loss In full, by fire which destroyed
'% barn on JUNE 24.
I congratulate you upon representing a c MP8";
��� which pays its claims so promptly, and wit
- trouble to the assured.    Yours truly, _.       ,
(Signed)      D.   McLEAN.    |
'NE 28,
settle*
my
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New  Westn Inster.   R. C.
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REAT JULY SALE
AT
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Lash Stores
fcylish Trimmed Hats, from our own workroom.reg-
|ar $5.50 up to $7.50 value for  $3.75
(Ki or tuore Summer Chip and Ready-to-wear Hats
ir ladies, misses and children, worth from $1.00 to
50.   Clearing price  30c
jhe Suit sale a great success.    Every suit must go.
fere is the balance now for the price of the separ-
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CITY NEWS
Slag  failed    .."    .v.-. v. ���,-.-:    yesaei e,
morning �� hen . :������ .. ���.-...-.-.���.������> ��
or I   (__��   cttj     >   .".'    .      s<".-.     .   ���
s.\' ���   lolls rs tw.    mone>
EAT
All   th.        '.v..'    . . ..��� ���.   o   &   trtl
~>Yt<<><>-><<-->>>>>>0>^>>^>>>-t<./'.>>-.>..<>*>>> to  Vlcti  ...
  ~        """" :-''>    ...;'   requested   .      .���:'     n    lim<
:... ?'*f:e  .... Pot PUnb.    A.iia      en the baseball    same    played   ���-���  ;.-.;, the boai leaving Vancouver tl
ui 7.,-'.   the florist    Phone A1S1 Stains  yesterday   afternoon    between  ..........
.'  D< dflldos, one   ���:' Um large   ~atU<
-   >(   Mount  Lehman,   waa   In
��� ;��� ��� stei la ���   ���:.    is ness,
NEMO
tiie \>* Westminster team and .. re-
presentaetirj nine   trom    the    border
bj t*\ -
:.c .,: 11 o'clock    Ul who ka*a
roi   received  tickets  will  please  g*4
from the secretarj   P  C   Lash
RND
Kant
Simpson
town rhe locals wan defeat
en runs to rt %
G  McKay, ot Glen Valley, left CM-
- ���   ���  sterday, where hi   will spend
.. - itti d ling '���'   luslneas in-
the police station      rhi   llrect  cause  Houghton   Barlow, Ram
announced    oi ��' Kanaka's downfall has been traced Wahoney
bow _	
roar at the Guichon Hotel    rhe team
will ba composed of the following
Lyttietoo  in-     r  -T  P**�� (e��ptalnV, \  Malins   I
dian who strayed Into the cit)  a fen   ������  Vidal, H  2  Darts, 0  W Shroeder
days ago  noxt Ilea In durance vile *t  W   Morris   .   H   Turner   K<^   C   w
an,    r
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The ��� ngagem< nl
Miss Carrii   Schaake   eldest daughter '�� whiskey, and he win make hi
bf Mr. and Mrs  H. Schaake, to Ubert  before the mabistrate this morning to
Cha   -.   oi thts cltj :<>i; !u>,rt ,; :"-i i'n,M
F r    ul   '2. >w ���
era!   It signs  ti
Son   B DOS.
b mquets  or tun-
me  T   Davies  &
irley Ga   raltb    ��'::���     lias    been
ing  point on the  senior  lacrosse
Mr Lauchie McLean .; brother-ln-
law ��f .1 Loftus Mclnnes. of this city,
will leave todaj for his old home at
Ainslte, Inverness countj", v S . where
hi �� . Istt frlen ls and relatives tor
a  couple  of  months      Mi    McLean
'   -   -   - n- w,tl   tt0��  n~uro i;i  who has been In the cltj a couple of
ire g tmes this veai
te skirt:
$12.50 Suits for ..
18.00
>l . e
2 50     ������
36.00
$6.25
9.75
14.00
17.50
3,25, $4, $5 and  $6  Pure Linen Napkins for	
   $2.50, $���"��. $3.75 and $4.50 per doz.
sk to see the bargains in Table Cloths. 400 yards
rine English Cambric, regular 12 l-2c. July sale
[we  10c yd.    Only 10 yds. tu each customer
f)0e Lisle Thread  Lace Hose,  fast dye, all sizes.
July sale     25c pair
lays while en route for the Eaat, has
.   |   w . .;   .,.-,.>   |n   the   city   been  the  guest  of Mr   Rnd  Ml
: ij   trom    Brisban      \ tstralla. fnnPS
. i Isit t i his    ��� ithi la is. E K.
Mc
Colored   Singers   Are  COmmg.
Magniftclent monarehlal tntnstrelsj
describes the qnatltj ol entertainment
offered bj the Dtutdj   Dixie Mine
���   ���  i iki ,'-. singers, .lancers, com
i Hans and musicians who wlll I>e seen
.it   the  Opera   House  ou   Wednesday,
Julj   10.
This magnanimous offering bj   \
Vmerlcan  performers  comprises    ih,"
LIVE
Second-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS.     RANGES.    STCHES.
BUREAUS.  BEDSTEADS.   ETC.
Rushton & Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We ilie da au kinds
of  ganaral   repairing
Sign   Man   on   Wliee!.
Columbia s: Ne<��- Westminster.
! : <��� I'honc  17 \
F. CRAKE
mosl pretentious outtaj of monej
expended  for one organisation
Sterling, an old logger with  .;-.���>��� :nr: ;��� -The Royal Palm Oi
la colossal thlrsl toi strong Irlnk, was   represents  an inrestmenl   of  |10.<MU
-.;, ,,\ ..... ten-acre 'an       t  of theja*aln '-1'-'"11'1 In the lockup lasi nlghi   y��ione while Buch bljt feature acts as
���������   .. ���  River Realti   Co.,  on  pagi    i   ^andj   lid uol evince a ver> great de-   James Crosby, known throughout  the
This  will   nteresi   : idies   is  well  as M     ''  accompanj   Detective    Brad-   world us an Inimitable comedian, and       _ 14| .
shaw   ta   the cooler,  and  the  assist-   the  famous Cotton  Pickers'  Band of      English   Watchmaker
ance ol a Ir-i-!-..   Slwnsh wiw called In   select   mustclans  are among tiie"  star   Taata down  Awn   Cao. Athun*, Orecei
A   Munn,     is   n - Inspecl ir In this  Between tiie two of them, Snudj was  novelties which will be seen
has lefl   ���'" :i trlP '" tne K:1-   successfullj   ^cked   to    the  station,     Other olio features Include the Ok     Udles" Gold Watches from $HMu])
M--      Mil,,-]      v   ''     -,i\islr     leis    ..'<!     ....mf '      . .-,.., .... . .iMllliUUe'l! S      Si'.\eil'      \VatCh��S,      ,V>e'U
MUnn   ' "'  nom<   where   Jailer  Mclnnes   !.v>!.    liim   in   lahoma  Octette;   th��-    Oi\I.'    Colleae .    ,
face, $i>.oo.
RanRers in a series of 'Varaltj Class   Oentlomen's Silver Watehea, double
e'lii-e.   Patriotic  nils,  and  old swoel case, $?.riO up
in Prince  Edward  Island  anei
��� \ i". te I   ':���������!.���'-.  ���' ii'   some  time,
Cyril Chapman, who has been ni^Ht
rderly at the Royal Columbian hospital for - mii past, has resigned
' aving been calti I home to the old
, untry, wh��ri his E ither Is lying
lan? ���'���'���'-'    111
6
The ne�� wharf which is being
bul ij the Ne'�� Westminster Cream-
erj com pat, j has now nearly 'i��c��-
i'iI completion. The piles are in and
ill" stringers laid, and the planking
will in- commenced in .1 .1..> or two,
A iMo.i sized slip has been lefl for the
songs of  !he>  Sohth:   tl
Bros., in an original rag time eomed\
eiie\t s,'uih Bend
Watches, supplied   to   iho   Wellmao
Campbell    Wtent for the c<
The memlx   .-   t the gun club turned ;l""   '''   Bshing   boats,   and   a   sloping
.��������� er, ;          t yesterda    evening, the gangwaj   which will be of greal eon-
regular We'dnesdaj   nighl   tournament venlence to the owners of small crafl
having been postponed one day on ac- :l> :' '-   !'r wharf,
count o-: the  inability  of several  of     Two Celestlaia were -,<lliu,i,,1, ���,, (h,,  Charles   Williams  as  "Judge   Vaso<
the members  '1 attend.     Some pm.i' ,....,.., .......       	
si 01 es were m 1 le
Aiviie- Exuadttton    K\\ wa.r��tntod,
musical   act,   Williams,   jj    Stevens,    Chaina, Rings, Jewelry, etc, 8tc,
comic 1111 persona tors;  Ton> Trfo, the    Watch   repairing;    charges   reason
dare-devil acrobats, Bennj Jones, the able,
Texas Teaser:  together "iih a buck	
dance contest which is open to all
comers and for which valuable' prims
are awarded,
Concludln -   with   n   fnrlouslj   fnnm
farce entitled "A Powl Deed" in which  ��� Bul al the same time It   In neces
We Eat to Live
saw tn lviii>\v what we are eating.
1  nlghi tor running a quiet game  has the leading part, ihe' "Dandj Dixie
0 yds Wool Delaine, wool alone,  French Flannel
and Fancy Waistings, worth up to 50c and 75c yd.
ilvsale '    35c
ol : in tan aud conducted to the lock-   Minstrels" wlll be Been here tntaol as _\^   KENNY'S   CcllC
M,.g   j   n   Todd is  h a'.vi"   -.>.;._>   '''i1    The sum of ililriN  dollars <>nc'a  i; w-'s presented for bliroe montbs nl
for a*thre    j onth8. visU Ul London. ^;'^  collected   tram   them   to  ensure the  5*e*   Vork Theatre Roof Oartlen ^V*"r^ 81K?.2?iHll?the
l\ I'.:> l    hi     l .\ l h i l i!    .��.
t1 mly, Embroidered Linen Suits, skirts cut and
���bade ready to tit for hand.-: 14.50 and 12.50 lines
[narked down for July sale to  $8.50 and $7.50
England.     She   will   be   accompanied  ''" ;' -';'i��'anm
by h< r motlu r,  Mrs. Kimbh . and her
little sun.     Th ��� party  ���.'���:'.'. sail from
Montreal  on the   Empress of  Ireland
on July 12.
Ill,'        police
I.'IS I
���:  ���  -���
loses
;
Mail orders
filled
every dav.
1 ���   fl fi ���  u
I n ���TTrcirp:��_i_rffim���^ s?fSZ
.. FARM ..
100 acres. Thirty acres cleared and in grass.
First class soil, and 30 acres fenced. 400 Fruit
trees. Stabling for 30 head of stock and lour
horses. Dwelling 6 rooms, 2 barns, son\ie outhouses, Chicken houses, etc. About WO Cords
of Cedar on property.
$1500 cash
WILL HANDLE THIS PLACE AND IS A
GOOD PROPOSITION.
McLEOD, MARK &  CO.
Farm Land Specialists,"
New  Westminster
��� ��!
I
Just What YouWant I1
ottage on corner, 5 rooms, pantry, bathroom,
fixed wash tubs and all other improvements
also fruit trees.   This cottage has just  been
painted and is in first class condition.
;!;"i' $1,650,     half cash, balance easy.^
P. PEEBLES R^Le
| "0 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C     Phone M7J
% ^jjjgj! ���        ���
\;.;.     \ lias been Invited    n
rte Ive;   ai fdtess   il  a coi \,-,:''-.i,n i i
be held in ( i !?ari  on July i; for "��� ���
|)Ui'[iosi :;-. issing  Irrigation.     Vs
the' ma\ oi loes  nol  c insider himself
an author I on this _ ul Jei t, he ��111
not atten
The biggest hallbul catch ot ilie
- i un came In .��� tei lay, when the
Ci ' stlal   Empire   ai rivi d   \\ i:!e   170.-
��� ���      m i.'-   if Bsh,     Thu work of un
l M'iing ��;is In medlati Ij  sta   ed,
tiie vessel i xpects to gel awnj   son e
��� line tod i;
In the reporl ���*. the school e> mill i
i Lou            ag i, the i.
r i'.  Silvester appi ared on one ol i
rolls of honor,   This was an error, as
name  shi ul i   havi   rea i  Sllves
I ay,    Voung   Day,   ��ho   has    dl
cuishe 1 Mm -      all tli   iug    '
��� ses, Is .i son of  V, K. D iy, of
rily.
j    Thi   propo inlo   i'i   isse ma I  h
��� en   the   easl   an I   the   wesl   end
. u hich e* i - to have taken ; >1 ;��.'������ ���
,r   Queen's   Park   ihis  evening,    ha
.   i en c inci lh I, ''-1, wesl  enders Ri
i
t lng  ii   im." islhle   to  gel   a   team  I ������
. gether,     An  efforl   i ���  being ma i
gel up a game ag Insl the   Sap ertn
��� ioj i, ������.' he   fe    ihis i venln i oi som<
day nexl wei
Di mt; w len Bourke, of the I C
Penltentla having a Len
leave of ah leni e, as was reporl
hi   evening  dail)   Intel      mt  I
on duty,     When  b easing aboul  the
matter,  Mr, Bourke  laughed;  "I  wlll
have  been  in  :he service tweniy-on<
. ars nn   ��� tin   I ������������ entj  third    of
)  month," -aii!  h ���. "and have nol   h 11
,i ten days' holiday yet."
le maid  McLean, r.i<     weil
pitl River Roa I rancher, who     :-1 u
waa destroye i bj  five' Lasl week, ��������� i
in the cltj   yesterda    pi icing  ��� r li
tor thi ��� '   :tl -: of a new barn and for
latins   "  ������ ot the machlnerj and
: ,. lenienl ��� desti ��ye i by the lire.   Mr,
M< Lean's toi tl l Ws by  the  fire  y�� 11
I  .   ���  $2,000, ;"'|0 Of which WM, ln".v- !
ei er,  <��� vere I  by  Insurance    In  the
Conneciieiit  Fire Insurance companyI
whose  agents,   White.  Bhlles fl   Co.,j
of this city, paid him Ifi full for thelw
I eomr,'v's Insurance policy, four dayBj
after the fire.   He la now planning to
I hulH a smaller but. thoroughly u;i-!ii-l
: Jate '11"rv harn.
Buster Brown and Tige
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WK ARE ALL acquainted with Buster Brown and his dog
Tige, who amuse the nation every Sunday with some
funny prank and philosophical "resolution." You have
probably thought that these characters wore imaginary, or existed only in the ink and paper of the funny
slice!. Such is not the case. Tho Hrown Shoo Co., of St. Louis,
deserves the credit for producing in real flesh and blood, a Buster
Hrown and Tige who will entertain you at OUR store.
This is the same Duster Brown and Tige whose daily receptions at the St. Louis World's Fair were attended by thousands
and aroused so much favorable comment. Since then they have
traveled the country from end to end and have added greatly to
their fund of experience and wit, the novelty of which is enlivened by Buster's humorous delivery and Tige's remarkable intelligence which rivals lhat of his funny sheet namesake. The hour'.;
reception at our store will be one of pure enjoymenl to whoever
attends whether young or old and hereafter when you ee
Buster and Tige in your paper you will have the additional pleas
ure of having met the two originals.
They wil! bo in lown SATURDAY. July fith, and will hold a
reception in front of SINCLAIR'S Shoe Store at 3 o'clock. A
platform will be erected for that purpose.
W
^a��
Agent for the "Buster Brown Shoe'7
V THE  D^ILY NEWS
FRIDAY
%.
FUN at HOME
can always be assured when you
buy your
EDISON, COLUMBIA and VICTOR
TALKING MA CHINES & RECORDS
AT
J.ETODD'S
New Westminster
Music House
SLNGER and WHEELER & WILSON   SEWING   MACHINES.
A  SEAT  OF  MANY  ILLS.
Eye Strain Is Responsible For a Number of Ailments.
When the specialist to whom they
hail taken tbelr sixteen-year-old daughter on account of what seemed to be a
case of incipient melancholia diagnosed
tin. case as om- of eye strain aud ordered pronfpt treatment from an oculist, the parents of u young New York
girl were astonished. Eye strain seemed as remote from melancholia :is
would corus on the feet. Their astonishment was proportionately increased
when after a few treatments and ac- ;
quiring glasses the child showed noticeable Improvement.
Latter day medical se-ience traces to
eye strain many ills which seem so remote from the eyes that formerly physicians never thought of establishing a
connection between them. Sick heartache, nervousness, melancholia, insorn
uia. are but a few which have of Inte
been laid to the door eif weak eyes, the
proper treatment having been ueg-
tested
DEPARTMENT    OF     MILITIA     AND
DEFENCE,   OTTAWA.
SEALED TENDERS iin duplicate)
ie.; the supply of Coal and Fuel Wood
required to heal the Military Buildings ..' Victoria, Vancouver, New
Westminster and Rossland, B, C, for
the twelve months beginning 1st July,
1907 will be received up to Saturday,
July 20 next, Each tender is to he
marked "Tender for Fuel," and address* '! ;n the Secretary of the Militia Co mcil, Ottawa.
Prlnti I forms of tender containing
full particulars may be obtained from
the Si Cretan of the Militia Council,
Ottaw i or :n the Office of the District Officer Commanding, Victoria,
who woll furnish all Information re-
quin
Each tender mu i ne accompanied
by an accepted cheque, payable to
the .nl, i' of the Honourable the Mln-
" .' of Militia an.i Di fence, for five
per 11 nl of the amouni of the tender,
which wlll be forfeited if the party
making the tender declines to sign a
i "���''' i ' when called upon to do so.
i heq a   will he returned.
The- I'.--: artmenl does not hind itself
���'  .1 ���'    il the lowest or any tender,
E. !���'. JARVIS.
Secretary,   Dept, of   Militia   and   Defence.
Departmenl or Militia and Defence.
Ottawa, June 21, lf��07.
'her on Berth No.524, comprising lands
situate in the Province of British Col-
! tiiiihi.a, and described as follows:
Timber Berth  No. ,'24,    comprising
Legal    Subdivision   14   of Section 12.���
Township fi, Range ',', West of the Tth
Meridian, containing an area   of    -in
acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
one year after the date of the notice
awarding the herth.
The regulations under which a license will he issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender musl be accompanied
by an acce;,ted cheque on a chartered
haul, in favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the amount of the bonus which the applicant
is prepared lo pay for a license'.
Thi hlghesl ( any tender not necessarily accepte I.
No tender by teii graph will 1 -- enti rtaine'.
PERLEY fi. KEYES,
Secretary.
Departmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa. .lane 25th, 1907,
i
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia,
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of tho Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timher Berth No, 624," will he received
al this Department until 12 o'clock
noon "on Wednesday, the Slst day of
August, 1907, for a license to cut tim-
SPROTT- SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE   I
LIMITED
336 Hastings St. W, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand. Tole.__r.ij.hy ami Engineering.
Seven Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. I. SPiWr, B. A., Principal
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
' connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
j stage "-"lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
IOOI,
Leave
9.20 a.m,
t2.25 p.m.
&.40 i.m.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane   7 IS p.m.
. . Rossland   ... .4.10 p.m.
Nelson   6.45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
REAL
ESTATE
Owing to the many changes that have taken
place in real estate during the past few weeks*
we find it necessary to entirely revise our list.
Within the next few days, announcements
will be made in this space, of many very
special bargains we will be enabled to offer
����4,'��*... j ��<s��4t ��*���...-
**M_*ff*MM4��
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone   333
Front Street
Telephone_333 NOTICE.
B,.jr��-f   .
0f  CANADIAN
HOME-
Iad
REGb LATIONS.
u Ufldfl Witt
��     Be��� |D British Colflfc-
���   led by any per-
tHe ..-  head of a family,
l8 years of   a^e, to
f0f one-quarter   section of
mo e      ���  "'���
..    ... personally at
ind office tor the district la
Hand is ��'tuate
Tenders for Licers-
Dominion Lanos
British Col--: _
SEALED TEN
Commlssioce
on Dominion La'-ds i
of Brit sii  Columbia.
the Province
:.   that   thirty
��� we Intend to apply to   Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
���  immtssloner of
"> Cut Timber on  Un 3 - c permission  to
'""" " the Province of      t and ....     ,' -;:uvr from
described lands, situtte
������������- - ���:'..- ... tm valley:
Claim No, 10���Commencing at _k>s'-
lanti i  s   :���;.  corner about  20 miles   ou  tho envelope "Tender for Timber
Department or | from the mouth of North Fork of  Berth No 521," will be received al this
Sealed Tenders addressed to the
Commissioner of Dominion Lands, Department of tbe Interior, and marked
pS__h_ftetaMri ��.::;���-��; f
eight]  chains and south e ghtj chains  tevders   for   derrick,   SCOW,
to poin:  of - immencement boiler and  engine.
5.   Commencing al   . post so: close .	
ta No.  I stake   th a       west    eightj      TENDERS addressed to the a
chains, south eightj chains, east elgh-   signed at Ottawa and marked on tho
ty chain* and nortl   eightj  chains to
;>oint  of commencem ml
J. P. THOMPSON.
New Westminster, B. C, 30th May.
1907.
ed on '.he envi
.   -
rendi
ber  Berth  No   ', -     ��-::
at this Departffli .-
nfX)n on v-   '��� yoi   10  chains east.   80 chains  south.   40
J'd]>- 190"   tor a license I chains west, 40 chains south to point
on Berth No   519,                _     in(ja   '��� > immencement
situat�� in ;1;   Province i   ,;.      Claim No. 4L���Commencing at post
thi? Kitsumgallum river    above    Kit-   Department  until  12 o'clock noon  on'
iumgalluifl   i&ke,   thence   running   as  Wednesday, the 24th day of July, 1907,
11   follows:   40   chfiTnJ  west.   80    chains-fcr a license to cut timber on  berth
chains      t, 40 enafos garth,   No. S2l, comprising lan,ls situate In
the Province of British  Columbia,   to
the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British  Columbia.
and comprising
follows:
blocks, described as
connected there-
ng plans:
residence
. i. required to per- - ":n:>la oa ��e   *es(  "-i" of Chehalis  Plated  al the head of Kitsumgallum
... _....    ILakeand described    - toll ; lake on  west  bank about    20 chains outside Timber Berth No. 44, Block J,
Tim ��� '   - ising BOUth   ''''���-������ mouth of Kitsumgallum and Timber1 Berth 254 Block 1, of Sec-
tn��se  portie fa.fov.jng :,enis':;u':' *neri   ���'  -���- ";'-; lake, thence 40 turn  23, Township 4. Range 30, West
which lie to the wesi   I       halls Laki   c**'08   '���'���'-'    :"    chains    south,    40 of   the 6th Meridian,   containing an
and outside of' ���: Block  cba,ns ea8t more  ir less to the shore, area of 387 acres, more or less.
-   '   ' '      s'     '     -     -"   the north  tbence   :,;:- 8QOre to point of com-      Block 2.-Bounded on the west  by
i 28,   the s   ith half of menci Chehalls Creek, on the east by Timber j situate in the Province of British Col
'he   .- an(j the x'   '2.���Commencing at post Berth 29S Block Land the east bound-   umbia. and described as follows:
es1
tondlti ii
following plans
leasl - ��� ������!��� "lths
cu ,:: ,��:'   the land in
,.. three y >:'=-
. mother, if the
il the homestead-
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner of Dominion Lands.
:"���'��� ���Comprising that portion Department ot the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender tor Timber Berth No. 683," will be received
at this Popart ment until 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the 31st daj of
July, 1907, for a license' ;,, cut timber
on   lhrtb   N'o   523,  comprising   lands
in Is
ling   with   the
: has his perman-
farming land own-
laity of his home
aients   as  to resi-
..   sfled    by residence
,   In writing should
imlssloner of Do-
ibeing
covere I bj
approxlma
-e acre's, more or loss.
Commencing al the south
of   Timber    Berth   29S
:u
,rm In the vicinity
I for,   the   require-   north-easl        rt.         -        -.    i, sec- '         ' ���"   - '    halns south of the   ary  of  same produced    northerly  to      Timber   Berth   No.   523,  comprising
may be satisfied   tl0D         ���    '-   '            IS    tions   '. ":      *  sl  of T. L, No. 7941, thence   Timber Berth 298    Block 2;    on the  the north-east quarter of Section  15,
thenorth 10 ' ���     *   west,  160 chains  south, 40   north  by Timber Berth 264  Block  2,  and   that   portion  of    the  north-wesl
f Seel            Section 11. c]         east, 160 e     las north to point   and 29S Block 2; and on the south by j quarter ot Section 14 n
the south hal    if >-       -. ..   thesouth :   '       encement,                                  Timber Berth 254 Block I, containing   Timber Berth  171
wesi   iua ������         -           14,    ;1.,j the '    Im No.  I            mencSng at post   an area of
south-easl  quarte          Se   tion  15, in planl   I   u   the  n rth  west   corner of      Block 3. I
Township 6,   all in Range 1, West of Ioca    n Xo. 12, thence 10 chains west,   east   corner
'!l" 7th  M'    lian, conl   ning an are '         iins south,  10 chains east,  160   Block 2, thence north-easterlj al righi
of '-310 '""���"���   ������ '           ess. chains north to i ilnt  of commence-   angles  to the   easterly  boundary    of
The berth mus-   ,    surveyed within menl                                                        said Berth 29S Block 2, 2 miles; thence
one year                  date of the notice Claim N'o.  14.���Commencing al post   north-westerly at right angles to hist
Ottawa of intention   awarding the berth. [danti i at  the  north  west   comer  of   course. 54 chains; thence south west-
The regulations   inder    which a li- 'ocatien No. 43, thence I'1 chains west,   erly, at right angles to las: course, 2
irehasfid at ?10   cense  wi::         Issued,    also    printed ''" chains south,  10 chains east, 160   miles to easterly   boundary   0f   said
and $20 for an-   forms   if tei le    ini envelope, may be
i e than   320 acres     itain   I at.this De] trtmenl .er at the
me Individual o     iffice       the Cr.i-.vn Timber Agent at
Royali     il the rate of ten   \,.-,v Westi   as ���     B   C
envelope     Tenders   for   Scow,   S
Engine, Bol lei   and Derrick (or   iuoj
service,   British   Columbia,  or  tender
for  scow  alone" will  be  received  op
to tho
SOth DAY OF JULY, 1907
for supplying and delivering a: Victoria, a tvoodec scow and the erection on board of ��� steel derrick with
h nstiug engine, boiler and other accessories according to specification;
also tor supplying and delivering al
Victoria where directed, a double cylinder tandem hoisting engine, winch
to have four hoisting drums and :�� l
winch heads an upright stool tubular
ste'aui holler of 30 horse power capacity, and a structural stivl derrick,
Specifications of the machlnerj and
plans of the derrick can be Obi lined
it the Department hero, at the igeu
cy of this Department, Victor;: al
the' Customs House. Vancouver, and
the Customs House-. Nb'w Wes nin
ster.  B,  C.
Tenderers must furnish plans of
tin- boilers and engines ottered oil
state the earliest posstble time In
which  thej   will   agree to make    lie
.   :.     2.0"' pounds sh ill be
I -.- output.
W. W. CORY,
M ulster of the In
trior.
- 1   publication of
���.'ill not be paid
l\D  REG.STRY   ACT.
chains   north   ; i   p Inl
���: ��� ���
Claim  No. 45.���Commencing at the
h west corner of location No.   14.
Eai a  ' :. lei   n
i companlei
thence   4'i   chains   west.   160
chains
, bartered south, 40 chains east. 160 chains north
in fav.ee-,.:'   the Di mty of   the '" :"'iiu of commen ement.
Minister of the Interior, for the am-      Claim No. 46.���-Post  planted at the
unl ol the bonus which I ���   i iplii ml aorth west corner   i! location No. 42.
1
Ji
I,- the
f-\ S    ���
thai application h is
iter Florence Mary
aer In Pee Simple
Deed from Thi  Coi -
tithe        riet ol Burn iby, to
lint '.    in,  bearing ila'     '    i
|i ��� 2
i
i
i
A. D., 1902, of all
certain   pare I   or
remises    sil
the District of New
Province of Bri-
more     particulai ly
i  a., subdh Isi ms
on "A" of lol - ���
-   ��� ; on are  hen   v  11 ���
the  claims  of  the
:.   foi  ���   five   lays
firsl  publication
In '.wise I shall regis-
I ��� i Iveleigh as ownei
!     fee,    Ami 1  hereby  direct
this notice for thlr-
:. ���.. -paper publish-
'���''���������      inster will  be good
; e thereof,
���   Lan i Registry Office,
���     Province of British
h daj of April, A  I)..
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
is prep ired to ; aj I ir i lie ense.
': i - high esi   ir any tender n u ni ��� -
���ai.      icce I - I
No len li r .;   ti egi aph will be en-
��� .��� ���  ���-.... t
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
S, -.'retary.
Department of tl  ��� Interior,
Tenders for License to Cut Ti.nber on
Dcrninion Lands in the Province of    j
British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressi i  tei the
Commissioner    of   Dominion    Lands,
_> partment of the Interior, and mark-
e i   m the envelope "Ten ler for Timber Berth  N'o. 518," will  be received
at this    Department until    12 o'clock
noon on Wedm sday, the 24th day of
July, 1907. for a license to cut timber
-en  Berth   No.  518, com; ris ng    Ian is
, u  te in 'be- Province of Bl itish Col-
: .  to the wi st e.f Chehalis Creek
-. |   |   .  ������ ed as follows:
Ti       r B   th No. 5K    i imprlslng
ortion of S    tion fi g north
of Timber Berth 280 and thai portion
C Section 32 outside Timber Berth
204 and said Berth 2S0, In Township
I. Range 30, Wesl of the Bth Meridian;
als > the- north half an 1 the south-easl
quarter of Section 26, the north half
and the south-west quarter Section
:',, the easl hall S"i tlon -'��� th ��� north
half Section 32, Sections 33, II. "���',
an'. those' portions of Sectio - - 25 and
36 outside Timber Berth 2S0, 261 anti
272, in Township I. Range I, We sl of
the 7th Meridian; also Sections 3, 4,
:.. the north half and sonth-e isl quarter S< i tion G, Sections 7. S, the north
��� ���  i  With  this  notice.
through or under
half and the south-wesl quarter Section 9, the south-easl quarter Section   __
rsons  claiming   any   io, the south half Section 16, the south
: land by virtue of  half and the north-wesl  quarl r Sec-
��� '  Instrument, and all  Hon 17. the north half and south-easl
'. n .���  s'i  chains  west,    '. 20    chains
rth, i ��� i haina ��� ;\ x i . halns south,
10 chains eas*. i'. chains south to
point  of commencement.
claim No. 17.���Post planted al the
north wesi i ��� : aer of 1 icatlon No. 11.
thence I11 chains west. 160 chains
north. 40 chains east, 160 chain's
south to poire o! commencement.
Claim No. fv���Pos* planted .about
chains n irth >:' the north wesl
corner of T. I.. N i, 7:' 13, thence 160
cliains wes:, 10 chains south, 160
chains east, more or less to river.
thence alon- river to point of commencement.
Ciaim No. 19.���Posl ��� 1.inted al the
north west corner of T. L. 7943,
thence 160 chains west, 40 chains
south, 160 cha:::- east, 40 chains
north to poim of i immencement,
Claim No. 50. ���P isl planted aboul
60 ehains wesl of the north east corner .ef location No, 4>\ thence Vi1
chains west, 3 I chains north. SOchains
.vest. SO chains sou h I i point of commencement.
Claim N>>. 51.���Post planted at the
south west corner of T, L. No. 7943,
thence 160 chains west. 40 chains
north, li'.11 chains east, I'i chains
south to poiic of . ommencement.
Claim No. 52, '.' isl planted about
10 chains west of th soul h easl corner of T. L. No, 7943, thence 160
chains west, 10 i halns south. 160
chains east, 40 chains nortii to point
of commencement.
Located   May  3,  19 2
Locators:
WILLIAM MOODY,
FR VNK VANDALL.
Agent. F. VANDALL.
of commence- Berth 29S Block 2; thence south-easterly along said boundary t
beginning, excluding therefrom aii>
portion cf Timber Berth 30S, which
might fall within the same, containing
an area of S64 acres, more or less.
Block I.���Commencing at a point
on the- easterly boundary of Timber
Berth 302 Block 1, 5 chains southeasterly from the north-easl corner
thereof; thence south-easterly along
said easterly boundary SO chains.more
or less, tei the angle in saiel east
boundarj of Timber Berth 302; thence
north-easterly, at  right  angles to lasl
jell verj.
tidy the north 36 chains)    In Town-      Separate tenders tor the three   v -
ship 5,  Range 27, West of   ihe   6th  tides, viz.. engine, boiler and den   ;>
Meridian, containing an  area  of  304   will   be received,  and   separate  tenders for the scow or tenders for :iil
together.
An accepte 1 cheque em a ch i terod
Canadian bank equal to tbl of the
whole amouni of the' tender musl accompany each tender, Tho cheque
accompanying the tender accepted
will be forfeited If the partj tendering declines to enter Into a contracl
or  falls   to  complete    the  work   con
more or less,
The berth mas: be surveyed within
one year after the date eif the notice
awarding the berth.
The' regulations under which a license will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained al this Departmenl or al the
place of offlce of the Crown Timber Agenl at
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must  be accompanied tracted  for, and each cheque will  bo
by an accepted cheque on a chartered returned Immediately In case of non-
bank  in   favour   of   the  Deputy  of the acceptance  of  a   tender.
Minister  of  the  Interior,  for the  am- Tlu'   Departmenl   does   not   tend   it
ount of tin' bonus which the applicanl s''lr '" accepl the lowesl or anj  ten-
is prepared to pay for a ltcense.
der.
The highest or any tender nol necessarily   acce; te I,
Nei tender h;   telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY
KEYES,
Secretary.
course following the boundary of said   Departmenl of the Interior,
Berth 302, 40 chains: thence northwesterly paralled to first course SO
chains, more or less, to correspond
with length of first course: thence'
south-westerly paralled tei second
course 10 chains, to point of commencement, containing an area t>f 320
acres, more or les.
Bloi : 5.   Commencln
Ottawa. May 30th, 1907,
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Departmenl ��ill nol be> paid.
F,  QOURDEAU,
Deputj   Minister of Marine   md
Fisheries
Ottawa.  Canada. 28th   May,  1907,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Columbia Count   Lins
Service.
al a peiint on
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register Francis C.
Honour as the owner in foe' simple.
under a tax sab' deed from the Mayor
and Treasurer of the' City of Ne'w
the easterly shore of Chehalis Lake; Westminster, to Francis ('. Honour,
."..i chains souther:.\ from northerlyI bearing date the 2nd daj of October,
end Of said lake; themce southerly A. D. 1903, of all and singular thai
along said easterly shore of lake, .'^ certain parcel or tracl eif land and
mile's iii direct distance, with a depth   premises  situate',  lying and  being In
Westminster, In the   Princess Beatrlci
1 Princess  Maj...
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Servce.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject  to change without  no
SI earner.
Princess Beatrlci
Princess May,..
Princess Beatrice
Princess May ...
of 67 chains on said east shore, meat
he City
if   New
ured at  right  angles    to the general   Province  of   British   Columbia,   mon
bearing of said easterly shore of lake   particularly  known  and  described  at
within the block, containing an area
of 1,3 lo acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within one year after the date of the notice  awarding  the   berth.
The regulations under which a li-
ci ase- will be issued, also printed
terms of ie'ii ler and envelope, may be
nltained nt this Departmenl. or at lhe
ifllce of the Crown Timber Agent al
New Westminster. B. C,
Each tender must be accompanied
bj an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank In favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the amouni of the bonus which the appll-
< ml Is prepared to pay for a license.
Subdivisions 17. is. 19, of Lol 8, Bub-
urban  block  9,
YOU and each of you are require, 1 to
contest   the   claim   of   the   tux   pur-
Princess Bi nlrice
Princess  Maj   . . .
Princess   li. atrice
Leaves Vancouver.
... July il. 11 p. :n.
. .Julj  it;, tt p ni.
. .July  19, n p. in.
.. ..lull 36, 11 p. ni.
.. Aug.  2,  11 p, ni
. .Aug. 9,  ll i, in.
. . Aug.   16,   1 1    p. ill.
.. . \ug. 23, 11  p ei
.. Am;.  30,  11   p, ui.
VANCOUVER VICTORIA ROI  I",:
S. Princess Victoria  leaves \   ncou
chaser wilhin forty-five days from lhi'   ver,  I p.m. dally.
the first publication of this
otherwise I shall register
C,  Honour as owner thereof
Ami 1 direct that publicalion
notle-'  In  a    dally  newspaper
Westminster   for
good and Biifflcl-
NOTICE.
NOTICE is    1. rei:    given
; any interest  in the quarter Section IS, the south half and  days after date, ������ ��� Intend to apply to
��� at,   whos,,   title   is north  v.     I   q   l    er  Section     19,    und
a > r the  provisions those i "'ti'': ��� ":   s"'    ':'    ;' "
try  Aid." shall  be east  half Sectl ii  11. and See tlon 12,
��� i   ind  debarred  trom wesl of   Timbei' Berths 272 and 302,
dm to or in respect In Township '   Rans <��� I, Wesl of the
No tender by telegraph will be entertained, The hlghesl or any tender
nol necessarily accepted.
PERLEY G. KEYES.
See rotary.
i!iat go   I tepartmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa, April
1  sold   for  taxes  as
Land Registry Act."
th   Meridian;    also   Section   it;, the
half Section 24, and tl e south-
e isl
NOTICE.
Towm hip ���"'���
th Meri lian
1,025    acres,
'    thirty  elays
ai'ler
m ike appllcatli
in to
Inner of I.an Is
and
to cul and
"en the following
and
de:*-
I
easl  quarte! a   tlon ��
Range 2, \v. il of   tin
i.inclining an
more or less
The berth r i ��� te surveyed within
one year aftei the date of the notice
awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a H-
...... will    be   I wed.   also printed
...  i ,,,! envelope, may be
'nienclng at a peist | lant-
le of   Twenty-Five
1,1,1 marked James Sharpe,
thence 40 chains west:
"chains; thence easl so
'��� rth 80 chains; thence
1,1 polnl of oommence-
I   big    ���(.     n     posl
Bouth    of    James
lb,'nco  west   10
1 Uh 80 chains; thence
'home    norlh    80
">   chains, to
forms of Lender and enven
lhe Hon, Chief Commissioner ol
Lands and W rl - for a special
licence to cut an 1 carry away timber from the foil iwing described
lands,  situated  In the coasl   .listrict:
Bi ;inning al i posl planted head
nf small baj south sl lo of Broughton
Island about one ml
Lagoon, thence north 10 chains, wesl   erl
sei  chains,   north  80  ciiains,  easl     411
J hains,   south      10     I '.ains.     oast     40
chains, south    iO    chains,    east
, hair, i,    e mth   10 chains,    wesl
chains tie ; oint of commencement,
THE   M'LAUGHLIN   LUMBER   UO,
LTD
Vancouver,  B. ('.. May 27,  1907.
Mth. 1907.
NOTICE.
date  ol
lllllice'.
Francis
iu fee,
eef   this
published    ill      New
thirty daj s shall bi
ent  service hereof,
Dated al   the Land  Registry Offlce,
New  Westminster,  Provjnce of British Columbia, this 19th day of Much.
A. D, 1907.
C. S.   KEITH,
District Registrar. \
To George W. Jamleson, Esq,
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
ihem, ami oil persons claiming any
Interesl in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered Instrument, and all
persons claiming any Interest in the
said I,iiiii by descent, whose ti'le i;
nol registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registrj Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
Betting up any claim to or In respect
said   land   so    sold    ror    taxes
"Land   Reglstr;
9.    of    tin
as
Acl
'
Ihence
wesl    io
ment,
���' 'MKS  si... ,    _,
. mined in this Departmenl or al the
,.,,;���, 0f the Crown Timb.;' Agenl al
New Westminst r, B. C,
Each tender musl  be accompanied
bv an accepted cheqi a a chartered
bank m favour of IH" Deputy ol tho
Minuter of the Int. lor, for the amount of the bonus which the ippllcanl
Is prepared to pay to.   i   '"�����-
The hlghesl or inj tender not nee
,.. iar|iy accepted,
No tender bj t. ���
tertained. ,.,-v,^
PERLEY 0. KEYLS,
S��y.?etary.
De artmenl   if the InWrl
FORESHORE   LEASES.
Notice Is hi reby given that, 60 days
ufti r date,  I   Inten l  to apply to the
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner   of   Lands
,,, , \\-..: ks for a lease of the foreshore)
Take notice that, thirty dayB niter
lati   i Intend te. make application to
he ( hlef Commissioner of Lands and
Works  for a  la-ems.-   lo  cut   ami  carr.
il of Booker  away timber trom the following des
|   lands.   Situated   in   New   West- | BS    provid
minster district.
i.   Commencing al   a   post   sei   on
���in the south bank of Cypress creek aboul
in  thn o and a half miles wesi rrom BU-
i-er creek, thence uorth eighty chains,,
easl     eighty     chains,    h nil li    eighty J
chains,   and   west   eighty     chains     to,
point of commencement,
2.   Commencing Bl a post set close
to   No.   I   slake,   thl nce   north   eighty
chains,   west   eighty   chains,   south
eighty  chains, and  easl  eighty  chains
ti  | olnt of commencement,
:;.   Commencing al B post set close'
Kilt K ALARM   in INKS.
Igl,l [or booming and milling pur- to No. I stake, thence west eighty
,���,.,.. comprl Ing the whole of a bay, chaini, south forty chains, east one
.;...., the name of Independent Bay, hundred and sixty chains, north forty
situated about two miles south of the cliains and wesl eighty chaini. to point
north end of Cost! island, on the east of commencement.
iank of Kltlmat Arm. and about two,     i.   Commencing at a post set on the
miles south  from  Kil lain  Ann.
Located April 5th, 1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY,   I_ocator.
FRANK VANDALL, Agent.
railway   belt  line,  distant  about  six
miles   north   of   the   north    shore    of
rrlson   hike,   tbence     went    eighty
Following  Is the  location   and   num
ber of the lire alarm boxes In the cltj :
&���Asylum.
8���Jtoyal City Mills,
7���Carnarvon and Tenth,
8���Royal avenue and  Eighth,
ti   Fifth avenue and Twelfth,
I2- St.   Mary's  llospit.l.
18    Second and   Park Row.
11���Columbia  and  i lufferln.
15���Sapperton.
2ti���Queen's avenue and sixth.
21 ��� -.... .1 avenue and Second.
25���-Fifth   avenue  and  Fourth.
2(i���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue.' and Tenth.
32- Agnes and  Sixth.
84���Schaake  Machine Works.
j|6���Columbia and McKenzie.
3G���C. P. R.   Station.
north    eighty    chains,    east)    42���Small and Buckland   Mills.
Loaves  Victoria dally   a!   1   B   a,
VIUiORIA-SEATTLE  ROU I I���..
PRINCESS BEATRICE,
Leaves Victoria daily excepl M >n lay
at 8:30,
VICTORIA       NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tuesdaj   and
Friday at 7 a.m., and leaves Men Wesl
minster on  Wednesday and  S i     da i
at 7 a.ni
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Lea >es Vancouver daily al t:   i p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves  Vli toria  at   I I   p.m. I a   1st,
"th,  and   1 I'll   .'ach   month   toi   I
limit:   leaves Victoria    on
Quatiilno and �� aj  points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
Leave i   New   \\ esl minster  on   "
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   I
��� iinl    Krid i.   ai   2    p in.  an I   ;: o      I ij
it. 2 p. m. with additional trip i
lay iii  .'. ii.  tn
Leaves Btet e il in Mon lay, Tue- ��� i iy,
Wednesday, Thursday and Sour. it
f n. in.; Friday al 6 a. m, ad i tl
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE
S. S, Beaver
Leaves  New  Westminster, s  a, m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Frid i; >���
Leave   I  illllwacb 7 a. m. Tue ��� I ty,
Thursdaj   and   Saturday*,   calling  at
indlngs        ������ een   New   vy ii
ind Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S, S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at S p.m. 2nd
ml I6th of each month, calling at
���Iktdegate on first trip ami Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
iepart'ire   are  approximate.
For   reservations   and   Information
-al! or address
ED. GOUT.KT,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROTJP,
Qenoral Superintendent, Victoria.   '
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
FRIDAY,
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SPECIALS
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS FRUITS - Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
EASY DOOR FASTENERS.
GEO.  ADAMS
Public Supply Stores     proP
GOOD BUSINESS OPENING
A quarter ar a half interest for
sale in a flourishing Sawmill business. Only ill-health would make
a man retire from such a profitable business. About $3000 cash
required. This is a cinch. Come
and learn full particulars.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
SUMMER   IS    HERE !
Keep out those Bluebottles
Fool those Mosquitos
fcy fixing up our
Screen Doors ana
Screen  Windows
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
tsr Agents  for   "KLEENO" T?S
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Tissue Paper
Paper Napkins
Chinese Lanterns
Fans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives
AT
J.J. MACKAY & COS
BOOKSELLERS       STATIONERS
and NEWS DEALERS
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I Electric Railway Service
:
Interurban    Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every lialf-
bour from 5:50 a. in. \o 11:JO
i>. in.
City Limits Line���Service frora
6: J",   a.   ni.  io   I i   p. in.
23 Minute Service���Nee transfe r.
Between Vi and 2 and ', and 7.
30 Minute Service���During remainder of :'.:,y. TranBfei til
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly  between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from 6.25 a.
in to 11 p.m., except between
IL' ami 2. and 5 and 7, during
wbicb hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service nair-fiourly 1)0-
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11  p.m.
Only   One   Kind   of   Lock   the   I i|,ief
Ilnritlnr  Can't   Tick.
"There's only one lock in the world
that I can't open if you'll give me a
few minutes at it, and as for ordinary
door and ...rawer locks, I'll open then)
as easily ns If ttiere was no lock there
Any expert burglar can do the same."
The foregoing statement was made
by an experienced locksmith of Kan
sas City.
"Few persons know bow insecure
their homes nre," he continued. "Tew
persons realize that the average lock
is absolutely worthless for keeping out
an experienced burglar. The ordinary
door lock is good for nothing but reminding casual business or social callers that they must ring to be admitted.
None of these ordinary 'door fasteners,' and that's the best you can call
them, will deter a burglar two whole
minutes. If there's uo key in tho lock,
he soon lits one to it. If there is a key
In the lock, he inserts a pair of pinchers anil in ten seconds has it opened.
Understand me, I am speaking of the
experienced burglar. The clumsy burglar is the one who gets In trouble.
He'll fumble around with n lock until
somebody hears bim. There is only
one unplckable lock made. That's the
six pin lock used by the government.
It will defy any expert. Ttiere are six
little steel [iins in the lock, which
have to be raised just a certain dis-
tance to open it. Some of the pins nre
one-fourth of an inch long and some
of them a balf Inch, if one of the pins
lacks even a hairbreadth of being
raised the proper distance, Uie loe-k
will not open. It baffles all the experts."
This locksmith is so expert he ran
open the majority ef safes by putting
bis ear to the combination and listen
Ing to how the tumblers click inte1
place as be turns it.
"I intended at one time to be a bur
plar." this locksmith declares. "I had
it all planned out���even had a set of
burglar's tools made. Then I decided
that honesty was the best policy, ami
I stuck to my trade."���K-insas City
Star.
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line  of   ALUMINUM   GOODS,
inciting-
Preserving Kettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc, Etc.
ts These goods are giving
splendid satisfaction, and we
recommend   them.
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75 Pieces of Wash Muslins and
Fancy Ginghams
15c per yard
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���        While we show many handsome Wash jy
ranging- in price from 25c to 45c, wc arc making!
low priced line a special feature this week. lt0W
exceptional opportunities to provide the chili
with serviceable wash dresses at a minimum cost I
In the list are Plain and Check GinglJ
Chambrays, Striped Percales, Cotton Chaiy
Flowered Organdies,  Swiss Spots and Dimities,
See our large show window for a few varietie
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it   ,,\ni  ait;  jjOl  n   lover  OT  ��OOW,  gri  10
Malta, which is the nearest spot where
yon are certain of complete immunity.
If you are fond of it. the suburbs of St.
Petersburg will furnish all you need to
ask, for there you may be sure of it
for 170 days in the year. The happy
medium is supplied by Copenhagen,
with thirty days, while Palermo, Home
and Venice, with one, two and five days
respectively, may be recommended to j
those who merely care for snow as a j
casual and fleeting guest���Loudon
Chronicle.
His Suggestion.
"That young wonipn is not intelli j
gent, amiable or even decently courte. I
ous."
"Oh, but her father is worth a million .
dollars."
"Then I think she should be required
to display a notice to that effect."���
Louisville Courier-Journal,
T!i<-  Clock's Tick.
"Not  all   people,"   said   the  .jeweler,
"like the ticking of a clock.    It Is a '
pleasant sound to most people, but uot
to all.   Some people, clock lovers these,
couldn't sleep without a clock in the ;
same room,    Its  ticking is company.
and it scare:; nway the spooks.    Such
people  would   wake  up  if  the  clock I
should stop In the middle of tbe night. J
Bul  there are other people who cau't j
sleep with a clock In the same room
and who, if they found themselves In :
a strange place anywhere with a clock \
In   their   sleeping   apartment,   would :
stop the clock before they went to bed.
Of course there  is much of habit In
this,  but   we  have  our  fancies  about :
clocks, as we do about all things else." j
���Cleveland Plain Dealer.
IT'S  THE
LITTLE THINGS
that, forgotten, make life
miserable when camping
LIME JUICE for the thirsty
LEMONADE
TOOTH POWDER for
cleanliness
SOAP for  cleanliness
SPIRIT KETTLES for
speedily making hot water
HAIR BRUSHES
POCKET    CORKSCREWS
Etc.,  Etc.
To those who cannot swim-Our
Water Wings will support a
person weighing __-re'i lbs. as easily as
a boy of 50 lbs. By the use of them
you can get twice as much fun out
of your morning dip.
See Our Window For Camping
Requisites
T. A. MUIR
THE DRUGGIST
Columbia St.
KEEP YOUR
VALUABLE
PAPERS
IN  A
Safe Deposit
BOX
IN THE
Fire ��� Proof Vaults
OF
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT CO'Y, Ltd.
Paid up Capital. S 100,000
Executors, Trustee*,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
**" Real estate agreements of
sale purchased on short notice
i British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
Ihe Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., ad.
BLACKIE BLOCK
F..!. HART, Manager
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding gifts.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
iffice 'Phone ISfi.       Harn fnone 1S7
Columbia St.
Qaggage delivered    promptly to  any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulini
Office��� Tram Depot       __
i
W.S. COLLISTER &&
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
vmmamsuk
A Good 0n(
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANT
W
j "Quality and  Price
When you get supplies for tho pantry you want them
fresh.     Then when vein want good
TEA   AND   COEEEE
why don't you call <m the man who makes a specialty
of them, and get value for your money?
rjMB1,i    T-      r��      6 th St., next to ColumblaB (
Edmonds 1 ea to. p^ne 309
New Stock Patterns
- OF -
DINNERWARE
JUST OPENED
 AT	
CARR'S BKCUITSl
in half-pound packages
2-fSc per Ib.
 AT	
Adams g Dean|
������������������������B U L1ET I N
Great Northern Railway
$17.40   Spokane   ancl   return.      Account
Baptist Young People's  union.   Tickets on sale
 July 2 and ,'i, return limit July 10. ^____
Fare ancl One-third for round trip to local
points in Washington on account of Fourth of July.
Tickets on sale July I! nnd -4, return limit July ''���
$5.55 Seattle and return. Account Twenty-
third International Christian Endeavor Conventie n.
Tickets on sale July 8 and 9, return limit July 23.
Low round trip rates to all Ea*H'rn
points.   Ticketa on sale July 8, -I and 6;  A -
8, 9 and 10; Sept. ll, 12 and 18;  return limil '���'
days.   St.l'aul $60, Chicago $71.50, St.Louls $
Winnipeg $60, New York $107.50.
For rates to other points and all information,
call on or address
P. C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bldg-
Telephone 194

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