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 Pe, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
tolumbia St. Pnone 85
^OLTMI 2,NTJMBERH6
White, Slules & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C
NEW WESTM1NS1 F.K. B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, -U NK 26, 190*
10 CENTS PER WEEK
ff
GI RLS  WERE SP J
STRIKE FOR MONEY
Wages
Professor   Had   Salary        ai    -:
gubdu -..  Young  '��' ���*' t-
Rris^sWWwsWasasaa
for
FALCH Will BUILD
BIG BRICK HOTEL
TUBERCULOSIS COV. S.
Cha
Make*  St
Quebec rHt :������    Boar
a-t lng  Statement
BELLINGHAM IS NOW
FAVORED EOR PICNIC
KILLED   HIMSELF     ROOTING."
Bamba i   r*n   BacoiwM  Over Ev.-etfd
f.-.ci  Oct
jusal to Increase  ,,��*��,jawngj^as
|uses General Tie-up of i
i      ,���i���, schools
ton Industry.
�����
_ gi   -
Royal City Proprietor Proposes 150-Room Hostelry.
Costing 160,000.
Quebec.  June ��5.���Dr.  A.  X.   Hall, i _
of  thi en mil tei
:-..     .-,:���. ement   to Advantage
so of ai ������   ��� as
erculosis i ie milk su
ply, ,9 subject  which  has been    fro- |
Water Excursion Pisouss-
ed    Decision Tuesday.
ia V  a real
lati
ii   tn uble    which
teen I     ">��� toe    "
Workers'   awocia-  and  - .
mdtlM '' "nlon, H !-;nK"   ' -' sort    to   eeren
...  ,���.d    no  moulders   no,.- ....
i :�� Ilu'  macule "' -
,,.��� v V'icti ria oi  this en, and  tl
had - ��� ��� a foi n b) thi he first ��� .        . .
nd at s   meeting execut. .- . .     ..
igo In  this city. it;l
- '      B-'mllk and
Work will be commenci .   :he
I
UMsm
I
l   :i case <'!' a strike,   ' -      ���   - ...     :ri^e sulj
the moulders  woul!   - ��� -........-
ers   Burst   by   Lcve.
oe gmuicu.    Shoilly  after    that,
ben de:. thM a tfsge of S4
i;. . . '...>  be Instituted,
Iniet witl      negative answer from
ii ;i.   No action wns taken
Ii il ..- a recent mei t-
if the  ut':i.>r>.   it  wns   decided   tB
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��� ������ ���   ame
e  E.izen   Thomas.
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H    ss
��� ���   '    *     "    rtly be bun -j-0   ,...,    ....  ....- ��� ���<./iC,     ���.
��� -. ���    ���       .       ���..'.:.���     tuberculosis cows      si     eon  shi
- ..--.-��� Quebec to Monl
ee streets, will be j t      e sold mil
t of brick, and will be the three  wo-,     ,   v,.   giving  . flovi
no: | ��� slawght i    in
J11. ��� I -:- H ���
nths rellm-Jva ...     >l   ai   -   - no h gtali
-��� - an      w in Uh      ss seion . x>:>  ���������, v. nl ub<
���'���     Pali severs   i   ���  ��� ��� ��� i '���     sis to maki   Month       i.   'dum
��� ������   '                     ���     ���      ey are j ground for the tulx         sis cows
������ '. 	
>���   '������    ���-'��� '-               n, Ml Explosion   Blinds  Man.
ei. tal ed  hi( I il      an I s. s   itoi n,     ine 25.- While   bli -
-    e his reasons fi i      i Id ng  ��� I Ing   a   bi aldi     ai   V> r ���   Lan;-  a    a
e new hon Je tbe big- remature < tpl sioi            red     ba My
esi  in th< Inj     ng  V\ IIai n  Dl tot   and    his
and nig '.'    emarked William,    Tho  ,:,.. ���   Dafoe  had
Falcl  con   ��� Hi     ���   I irn le I hand shattered and may los
Bi&ghamptoa.  n   y . Jmo*  25.���U.
Arnold Cha^lta. �� .... . .,   .-. ;. ,
RAI!        and   ���'��� " ���   " '...,.. do.-..:  SS hi
ed Ikmim   from Uh  I aschaU tan ���   h����
��� ��< > a  Btnsbamtoa       w , :,   . :.. ,.
''���"Sills   this   H ;y,,v.i
  vf'''  th   i \ ��� inning when   ttlns*
Manned   np ',.:.. ��� M
��� "     e�� ����� 0| '���''  ttaasportationUe 0�� ihi  loudeai     ootew
"���   *  : w   P*dc    01   ��M w edited and wi	
 6  VM"-  !;>s:  nis!i;  ta ^ ^   he  died   fron,   :.,.:.   ..,..,.,s,     .
port on the res .  n|l   _.. .
���_>    k ��i ��::h the differenl 	
- ��� ��� tation companh ���
An option has been secured on the
s Royal tot Plumper* pass or
ney,  tnd though h i ati    < \>
si  :'. > to be the most fi*>
vA..e.ts $$0,000 From Q. T, P.
nti "-.'.. lane H    Ww t* ��� is
.. nighi passed   r   resolu In
the cltv   solicitor I   ks
strong arguments   wen*   ^g.scUon agataat thtGcejk. Trunk to en-
snced Rgainsl  both these places        '������"���' ���<'  sujreemeai made in I
'   H   Vidal wantad  to know  whal        ���   -'���-," >��� which   the   eompaaj
onus the railroad companies offered j ��*r*ed to refund |5fl,OQ0 to
bui nothing had been done along ;1ih "  i;- claimed  the.i th<
COI   II
:..-.s
Sydney,  N'anaimc
���    :ii	
[ nni. ������  i:  Rras given  for a nine
day, ���'. striki   would    be called.
: -���   the   Mine   sei   by  the
liicrs for it to take effert.
���on
  M
���     ' ",:" ������'���-������   '���'��� ' ���������   turn le i hand shatter* I and may los- ihe
awa>  from sii i    twentj    ,   pii   ti na  sight of both eyes        race i dngbad
Place, nud as 1 hate io lose all 1> lacerated.   The hand ��... aml> .  .-
���  ng thus connected with the Danish
three    y, ,:<   ago
Vlllj    Larsen,    a   Danish   actress, in
Vienna.     She- was >oung    an :
hour yesterday  morn-  Thr  'rin"   ! !: ':" 'ove with her.   li-
|jlr. Schaake received word from  tlaveIle(i extensively, striving u< for-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Howe   !>1eel|l.
Bellingham  were  all  discussed,
' " of the '.en Bellingham was the
mosl popular, ami after some lima
- < nt in dismissing the facilities of
this place, r.nd as 1 hate to lose all h lacerated. Tho hand was ambt \t- " iaaP��rtation both by boat and rail,
; .- customj I < mi to thi conclusion ed The son had his Paw sennuslj '' !s ;>r:,'''i'"-,"> decided to hold the
hal the onlj thing to b< done was Injured by the powder, and his sigh! recursion ;i1 "'���" P'ace either b,\ boat
to build a larger place,   l had th. land is also threatened >-- "���
at  the rear ol ni>   preseni    remises  "��� having heen satisfactory set-
lying   i.!:.'.    nd al   r  dm   considers-     St. John. N. B., Jan.  28   Since 1SS3    '     'he members of the committee
:ioa. 1  decid* a hot.    lhal   ne. less  Dian nine   employees  In the ",:'   Instrnoted to IntervleM  the rati-
toad  companies and  gel  some esU-
\ lolai il (he agreemi nl bj 111 isins '������'
take passengers on the International
Mmiti I from roronto t.^ Br&atford
and 'om Brantfotd to London.
ouver that the   ultimatum    had get hf>r-   Shf arrived unexpectedly lnjwould be blp enough te. take care of St, John ; est office hae gone insaae.l
resi   ted and refused, the same ''   ''���    L'-1 ani1 Ih,J princi   proposi I  ""  ;i''   ':";'   ,h"t is !-h,,;>   to come There are forty-five employees In the ' -''' i>f W,,:U ,,u' !r,i' would cost, and
to her ani was acce;.-- I     ...   ��-|    '���'   "���������''   :"'  some time.   On account city    office,     Frequenl     complaints -M' s0,> '-��� ���'��� Coyle, C, P, R, passen
��� tig    al    "!:.      rlnce's "'  '"'' b-i-'<-ubii\ of the   Royal   City have been made thai the sanitarj ar-   "    agenl In Vancouver, and.gel his
castle   In Hungary.    The prince   has  !ni!;-  '   will  be obliged  tei  bhild of rangements of the office    are    bad.'^B1"-*3  on  the
given    hie    fiancee   half   a    million!Dr,ck-   :ls  ttlt3I't   Is  always a   certain Owing  to  tho   cramped  quarters the
kroner.
le v >' Mr. Schaake up-
i tu his office, but he an-
Lj with  .   refusal,  the  result be-
\ ��� -, nt no work is being
In ���      moulding establishment
��� ���!; :.      il which can be perform-
|��� ��� and apprentices.
���   -hups   on  the    coast
ieen Ing i'l.'b for nine oours,
;��� tie insider is all they can
ibi; afi rd, finding il difficult
Jgh to c ���! pete with eastern "-hops
Bii ��� nl rate of wages, and
ilia' .::!> higher wages would
it :��� .��� thi r Impossible io
\Wwa\m
WILD OR IMPROVED UND?
JUDGE MUST DECIDE
trip h>   boat.      The'
resuii of their enquiries will be re
[amount of danger from flying sparks,  staff is  small,  and  concentration  of|ported at a meeting next Tuesday,   v
and 1  >!e> nol intend building a place  work  is necessary,
for ihe sake ol collecting Insurance 	
To Advci-t'sr Dominion,
Ottawa, June 25    The Immigration
111  to  :���- m ��   lln-  I \.-" ;
carrii ' oul so sn v ��������� tils
lh se or four years ape', an! bring
oui aboul a - doten reptes ��������� u Ive
newn aper men from the British Isl^
to tour Canada (rem coasi to coast,
Thaj will land in the Domini uj tha
flrsl w ���"��� i. in \ugust, and. after vis-
Itlni ihe- Maritime provinces, will
then proceed west, reaohln ���
prairie districts In harvest time.
the
An  appesl against  the  assessment
i-   a piece ol land in the municipality
of Buniab.   brou^ll un u knotty qi��e��-
wn in competition  with ,:"n which Judge Bole was called up-
|^H ���  who  can  turn  out tbe,
solve yesterday morniqg.   F. "W,
I am building a hotel for the
purpose of accommodating the travelling public, and the structure thai l
l put up w-iii be on., of the ��ry best
in  every   sens!     I  the  word     It   will
���   : Iggi r  than  any other bi te'.    In
Ni w Westminster.
"At fn.   mes. nl  time. my  quai:��� rs
..' altogether too cramped,   i am met
.   -   m handle r great  part  of the
business that  comes my    way.
WINNING PUPILS RECEIVE
PRIZES IT COLLEGE
sc* ner, if the chairman sees fit The
members of die committee' who were
l :i hand last night  were \V   A   Ullb   .
i:. w Cook; .1. n. Watson, h David-
Kn, Capt Rogers, sr., Q, Blakeley
and R. H. Rsnson.
HUMPHREY JONES, HERMIT.
ENTERS HOSPITAL AT LAST
STREET SWEEPERS STRIKE
H^^^^^B^H hotel menHH^I
��� ai a much lower fig- j Hovnay  and .1.  P.  Hampton Bole ap-
(tide can tee manufac- Peared on behalf of the appellant, J
loni ���     ,as1 today. ���'��� Johnston, who considers  his land  I'honing here to know whether^l^am
ipi ol the situation yester- '"'   highly assessed, being rated    as
V:   -      ,.,. stated  tha- In- had "i;!  'and, when  he claims  tbal    the
little the dtcisiien of the !"",:   '"'  Question  has  been  consider-
soclatlon  was  lhat :';''''   Improved.    The  polnl    for    the
da;  was all the) b-nl-��� to decide   is.  "When   loes  im-
ralse ,,,, | provi I land revert to wild land."
The' awarding ol the premiums toi
the si ndeW   ot * collage tooli
place yesterda) morning ta the piin-
aI,l cipal studj hall.   It was presided ovei
E-.-c-i   Pushrrt   and   Dump   Men  Ob
ject to Dismissals.
Ri v.   Path* r  E
Ph.,   assiati i
Lambot,
by    Rev.
director,
Father
\e'W    York.   June   SS.
againsi the action of the departmenl pltal.
officials in laying off Bome of .heir     Th
iiuntjhiv>   Jones, the- aged  hermit
of   the   wes!   emi.   who   has   for   lOmti
time back ii.mh  refused to enter ��
iiospitai - r ,  em. hav n' int���     ���  n
. persuaded to aiiee��    hlmsell    tu   be
\s a pwte'st taken to the Uo.mi1 Columbian    boi
p two or three of iheir O'Boyle, D. D., Rev.. Father Maillard, I fellow  workers, ih<' employes of thi
...   ,.    .,;.  accommodation is all   "'"' ''''' teachers of the college.   The streel cleaning departmenl   In   Mem
taken up.   lt is a fai I thai    a    Ini.
VY
.   thai   nn
' ' nidi rs eiid jjpl
tb-    mai hlne
e to do   h ���    esl   h 5
clal    stati mi nl   has
.    ���;'��������� -      nf   the
��� imon <1 thai In case
mlng  to  the terms
'.. aid wil] be sough!
isti rn  cities,   where  no
���������.;'��� lenced In pro-
1 men  who will be
to   come  iie  lhe
th< \..i::':-
ce been  evork-
��� stabllshment,
���   ,  h ve  i" ��� a
.     ... '������    paid,
��� ���    m ich In sj m-
Ike   ai 1 ordlng   I 1
memb >rs    of th ���
ill work, whether
Should    the
keep nn  fnr
ll is highly prob-
���  works will hav
��� er, as the macbin-
'    moulders for
a!  time be ou!
Both tli- pn senl asse ��� v and the'
par! v. bi assesse 1 the land in i'1"!
; s ier! lhat it should 1 e classi el as
'���'  !      I    ' 11 ��� n lers II  Ila  !    to  laxa
tion  e !   " 11  mills on    the    dol
���   iih    Mr.  Johnston,    the    appellant,
��� islderE it should be taxed al six
mills, whi h is the rate on Improv-
1 i   land, asserting  thai   hi   has   pei -
��� 11 med   1   nslderabl i   work     >ai     thi
11 e
' - this Is practical]) a tesl 1 se,
an ' ;' 0 -boo -.-. ill affei 1 sevi ral oth-
e 1  large M    ts of land, Jndgi   Boh   11 ���
���1 . ed  ji dgmi nl   until   ;u :. timi
he  lias    thoroughly    1 onsldi si 2
facts, when h ��� will n n '��� r   1   leclsion.
JAPANESE STRIKERS
ASSAULT REGULARS
Desperate Miners Arm Themselves With Dynamite and
Create Reign of Terror.
b. ���  moulders' union
1    ��� Ither here or In
er    proposition
iltted te. the as-
Victorla
.Tune 25.
I
lowing
Ashio
5 hotel keepers and their
ba. ���   been slei ping  on cots four
. ��� ��� -  oul     '  evi ry seven  for    se i
; :.-:   In oi '.-'������    I 1  a   nmm
��� ���  lhi   regular guests who I   .
Ived 1  ti    all thi   roon     ha ��� ���   ��� ���
1 -i up.    ThiE  stati  < ���  ' bingi   d ���
peal       me al all, ..mi ;o- i   ��� -
ni  r< ason �� I     h ite] trad ��� should   Irop
:-'. the futun , 1 eim going lo 1 ate.   to
n evi ���'���   1   ssible way.
Replying   lo   questions,   Mr.   Fnlch
���ketl lhal  I ������ had hi 1 n establlsh-
e d  in  hit   ;   ��� a nl quai ti rs  for abou!
n   ��� ars, an 1 had ' till I      Re
nnl)   I;''- ���  years a 1        As ���',
on imt   I hen , tl 1
. tlon li  .  1    ��� ther toi   llmlti I
.. iighi   the   pro] erty   for $6,000   [rom
���':���   Gulcboi   ���    ate,   Sinco he ai iu!)
1 il   !! erlj    he had  ha 1   man ���
tempting  affei    made t'i him, bul he
h  ��� al ���.', aj     refused    to    sell.    Thn 1
.   . an   ��� astei 11   hoti 1    man
line l  lo make hi    name pu
���    fi 1   '"i i.OOO   fin    the   be.I'd
'  ;.   bill OVI 'I  thl    ���      ipi
Ing offei  ,      I  Indu ���    '1     Pi I h
���    retire,
,\ hal  .'���' aid i ibi with only $45,000,
' no Ini ome to follow," Inquired the
i m in,   'I he repoi ter agreed with
���" ��� hal   inch a small sum would ' -
ver)   little uso to anyone,
1  ,��� new b> Iel "'ill be Btrictly mod-
|era in every respect, and will have all
old   man.  whei  hat  hoc;i   man)'
\c.i;s .1 resident 0! this oltj. 11.1 < no
relations    ol  bju    kind    here,   and
list of prizes is as fnlowsi hattan  and  Bronx boroughs wenl  on though possessed ol tiult* a fai      tm
Prize for good conduct an.i deport'  strike today,   The men on Btrlke are' of money, lived In a Btats bord rlni
ment, awardi I  lo ThomaB    CleaBby, carl drivers, sweepers and dump men  on stun itloe   and    was    unable   to
(Lower Nicola), Tin   prize hae  been     Ii  has been the   custom    In    the come to Ihe city, hnvlng all hit
awarded to him bj lhi   rod in re si   el   cleaning  dopnrtmenl    to    cul chasing .: me through the' klndne     ol
than two-third     ft!       tdenti   Test]    lown  the regular working force dm    the neighbors, un whom he dep     led
mon lal card foi go   I     nrtucl nwurdi I   ni   ibe summer months     tinder t'i    foi   b   greal   man) of ihe lie*
to !_,. Gi   ;or\      ll ��� system some men who have heen rcn   of life,   Some time ago the case was
Prize foi  poi ' ������!������-   ������-.y good man    nlarlj employed through lhe winter a I  drawn  to ihe' attention of the p
'iers,  awardi 1  1 Fagan     (city), Ji2.R0 n daj are pul on the exlra llsl  following   which  Chief  Mclnl    '���  and
Testimonial    ard    lo    J,    Hamlli        nd    it   tllowed  $1^7  .1  daj     when  Detective   Brndshaw   pnld   a   v:-
(city). hi    Work    The strikers ��.uu all the Ihe old  man's shack, and strong in
Prize for api    ation  awarded   : ��� ���'���      '"  '��� alned  .u   the  regular  rolo o( iluccmeutB   were  held  oul   In   m    ���"���
Guichon,    (Qui.elM ia).     Ti itimoninl     1 1 ,1 aVor io ptrsunde hlm  '�� l'M''
card i" M   Si il (Vancouver).     i,,,,,.,.  .,���,.   .���,���,,,,���. ,,���  |nnmto    '    "
Prise foi    and regulnrli DARING  plot  fails. ,,i   h,,.  hospitals,  bul    all    In    min,''
to M   Pllzgi raid l  ���'���. toria, D, C, June 26     \ plot to Humid, ,���.   ,i,���r .   steadfn ��� ied
Pnres for Christisn Doctrine.        steal $f>0, 1    [rom    lhe    Russian to leave  Iho  place, mil    the    police
Hovan.    (Ferniei. government   office al   Tschltn,  where won        llged  to    depw-l  li ..
was  kept   roi   1 iti  prii      0] |  m in  still In  posn    I in
has been discovered   and      \  rev   dii)    sgo woi I wai     ml  to
the police thai '��� u 1 h id fallen d iwn
: '' ."arda and broken bin lot and agnl lis
���afe    and  1 blof |t ittl .1 \ <>��� ��� 1111 (he stihn
i:       lion .   . ���    Joilfi re
nit lo have nn) thins '" do ��Ith hlm
First    ; rh
the mone)
I  H ila.j	
Russl mi   am  li il
The)  had made ri I mm
11   .'i   1  hotel to 1 in-    safe
.. in-n  1 he  plol   waa  1 Ipc  II   ��n 1
li Bud, almosl  ;'ii of (i lofte
; Inr. raptured,
the receni Met j ����"��ilhe latest  rovements Installed. The
copper mines and Muroran    colleries,   ������,,:,,.  ,,,���,���_ office, bar    room    and
serious disturbances  are  reported  al   ston   room   will  be  on  the'    ground ;i "' ""' happy winners bal  received
mine's near Mlyan- j floor, while the two upper stories will j heautlful   books   and   picl ires,     H- -,.
average mar      9fi;   i ��� ��� nd  price,    f.
Gregor)    1 cltj 1,   nve.i e   mnrks,   00:
��� 'ii:-1 prizi   I   da      : I (city), avei
��� . ^s.
Prizes for  Qensri Proficiency.
Si nl ' ��� Ision,   prize
warded  ti   0.   Morrm     1 Sn I mi
S��cond   livislon, M kl, 1 Va
1 ;; .,rl.
1       ���    dl . i
flrsl   prize, (Port 1
' ;  secon        lv     \   1, ivoll, (ell) 1
Se ond dh     1 11 1. .1   Guichon
111 '^^____m___m-m_mmmmm^_-m^_m^_mm^_m^_m^���
..���(easily (N'lcoln),
Junior grn le    flrsl    dlvl ilon,    fii  I '    Htn nuoti    efforti    u     being   made
prize,   J, Macdonald    (oTty);'   second ti    lonflnn or disprove   reporl  to
prize,  A.  Sev      (city),    Second th    effeel   thai   tho   tug CouBtancei
division, prlzi   VI   Fltzg raid (city),      -villi Uf captain and crew, aro ut Lhe
After all the 1 1 Izei wi re awarded,
OWNERS DISCREDIT
CONSTANCE WRECK STORY
The  chii '   wm     cspnlrlni Ing
���   e  j,..,, |,, (he ho ipll il   ���  Lh
nut   nsln    fi 100. a hi n    Iho    In) il Icl
i li m    l h    n Ind, e- ni in- tin.i'i- i m
nted in be i 'move i to the Ro   il Co
lumliSnn     ���     lnl,
TIMBFW BRINliS MUCH
MONEY INTO TRPASURY
the Besshi
fWYWEIGHT MONARCH
"H USE HIS THRONE
oshlta, Japan,   Ten thousand strikers!1
:��� devoted exclusively to the sleeping!
Father O'Boyle, D. D��� -atldreBHed the | located,  no  vckhoIs fro:
1. limn of Rivera Inlet,   bul   bo   rat
'���iiieiii.   of a definite tmture has bi in     The provincial fluoal year wlll end
learned    As yel the boat ban not been "n June HO, and II Is officially estl
tile
north j mated ihat the total revenue for Ihe
buildings, destroy-
kllled the chief nf
anl    attacked    a
lers e ml to quell the
pond, I,
the Ti
V" Us 1 -
throin
8WP|,|
II 'eeilL
���    Bwollen  1.1 danger
tlsu bi' fecenl acts of d��
��� ���"  25.���a correspondenl
���';l>" in a letter mailed
:' Jun   18, thai King Car-
in great danger of be-
> the rush of 1
have bin in J mine
���el much 1 : operty,
poliio al   Suimoto
ii-,t:imenl of
rioting.
Tla'  mini rs armed  Lhema Ives with
rifles and ammunition taken from Ihe
minin
they  destroyed
The .location is one of the '''""ls wl11' ���' r,MV words to oongrat- which  have oome down  during   thejyear moi;.7 from timber sources alone
besl In the city, being close to several ulate ll,('"1 lor 'heir imod appiieailotr pasl rew days reporl having seen ber. will reach 1800,000    Thi   revenu
Important Industries employing   h.111-"'""1 r<,il1 ���""' ���  ��bi,-b i���. had  no- bui Lhp crew of one vessel state that derived  from  Umber licenses   leases
<u-(^ "i ni-u. |U��ed am,.,, his arrival In the coun-1some.Indians report having see a tug royalties and ex]  n mymi,,-!' ind ftg
1 try,
The ij. v. Father Director wishes to
Log,   Pass   Prince   A.bert. jnm���l( ,������,��� .������ ^ ^ ^- J��
Princo  Albert,   Juno 25.���The   logs Uted to the feast by presejjflng prizes
company's    magazine    which j ���.'���hlr-h   escaped   from   the   booms    nt'and   especially  His   Lordship" BlBhop
     Dynamite cartridges | Kdmonton   began  to  pass  here    last |Dontenwil], Who gave th* three prizes
wer- also used by the rioters. Many
1 great I scenes of violence were enacted and
psed th,
Port ,1
,-   '   ",,, Bovernmenl  as
,he ',0,it��cal    agitation
a number of fatalities
11 rted,    Ring leaders o
movement  een
1 ive been re-
r the   strike
said   to  be Socialists,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ hiHt j Dontenwlll, wh
llghl The river Is about nine feet for Christian Dostrins. Rev. Tath'^r
obovo normal, it having rise,, about O'Boyls; I). D., Rev. Father Larden
ceven 'eet last night. The drift wood p. D. former director ol the college'
H-ni rubbish covered the water from J. J. "lac-kiy. ,M, A1���,., lI1(, ���I|](,'i���.'
shore to shore.      Captain  Deacon  is | who presetted  tb.   : , ���,.���..,..,,
''��� Publican
the troubles! catching all the logs   south   of   the' proficiency.
Is i    Th:. classes
wever, open again on
;e.        1 September.
r��. i IH tn hav- f")iiented!	
t the Ashie mines.   Damage done to j lower Island,   where   the cnrrenl
clubs    In   Us-  the  mines Is estimated a! more than not   very  swifl.     He   win,
$1 000 000 on,y get a very sma11 '"���n'*
1,
ai the college will rc-
the  first   Monday  of
itranded on a reef during 11 very (he eosi of oolleotlra muounts \o
heavy fog, shortly after whleh lt turn- practioally nothing, this large ,,���,
ed turtle, but aa to the fate of ths may be said to be olsar profit to the
crew they were unable to suy. government.
The manager of the P. C. Packers'! Thc revenue of Um timber flopart-
tion to which company lhe J ment for the fiscal year almost i-b- ,,i
Ponstaace [beings. Btatrs fhat. rf.| will be several hundred thousand dol-
official reporl has yet been received; lars In excess of that, of the preceding
of thi disaster, and though not cog-j fiscal year, and will make a new re-
nlsant of the whereabouts of the boat j cord. The Increase Is due In great
he is i-oniident that Bhe will turn up j measure to the activity in timber
Bdlright before long, as he conslrfe-r during the past twelve months the
that had -anything happened, the com- government having received an enor
patty's agent nt Rivers Inlet would mous amount of money from license
have notified them  before now. fees on newly staked limits.
\ THE   DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESOA/,
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JUNE WEDDINGS
In the spring a young man's fancy turns to
thoughts of love, and in June he gets married.
We have now a splendid new assortment of
Cut Glass
including Bowls, Pitchers, Vases, Water
Bottles;   and a  magnificent  selection of
Silverware
comprising beautiful Tea Sets, Candelabras,
Coffee Services, Serviette Rings, and Sugar
Basins.     To view our stock is to purchase.
Wedding Kings Our Specialty
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELER
are miowBs   CARR'S BISCUITS
m in aiv un      .m ^.^ p.cka8es
2f>c per Ib.
 -AT	
Trains & Stea
CP.R.
Leave N, \V   |
MA,S line.
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Man Accused of Housebreaking Implicates Partner -
Caught in Victoria.
Leave X. w. g
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Leave Seattle i.
C.P.R.  WESTMl    -.,:.  ...    h
Leave X. W  8.30, I i      ,-    '}''>
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Adams & Deans
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
Established l.W
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Incorporated 1906
I Gilley Bros. Ltd i
Owing to the energetic work of
Chief Mcintosh, ably seconded by Detective Bradshaw, all the property
which was purloined from the houses
of Messrs. Sharpe and Blakeley during
circus time has been recovered, one
of the miscreants placed behind the
bars in this city, while a suspect is
held in Vancouver.
The work of these two police officers in ruining the criminals to
earth  ami   restoring the   property   tn
its rightful owners, has been a clever FARMERS' BANKING
piece   of   detective   wok.     When    the   Every facj|ity  afforded   Farmers for   their banking   business
robbers decamped, not a clue was lefi I        cashed   or taken   for collection.
behind,  ihe only  facts  for the policej        BAXKIXG   BY  MAILr���Deposits   may be tna it- or withdrawn oby mail
to work on being thai the houses had I Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
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GREAT NORTHERN BAttn,'I
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Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.n.��� m.,    ,
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Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p, m.
8:45 p m. and C p. a.
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO. Mondays only.
WALKER, President.                      ALEX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager.  ,     B. C. ELECTIUC-V
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A GENERAL BANKING UUSINESrf TRANSACTED.
Sales   Notes
WELLINGTON
$   WELLINGTON  WASHED  NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND  CEMENT.
This celebrated Cement is
used by nearly all larpe contractors in the Province.
ROSEBANK  LIME.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
LUMP    COAL
MANITOBA  WOOD  FIBRE.
NEW  (JRUNSWICK PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN    TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence 122
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WHEN YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
Is the best value, because it is pure, nutritious and very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO ��
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been  robbed,  and  among other art!-1
clea  several  pieces of clothing;   one
eif which   was  the ultimate  cause of;
their apprehension,
��� When Conerly, the young man now
��� in the police station, went through
X Mr. Sharp's home, he took a coat be-
X   longing to a certain suit,  but  forgot]
��� 'to lake the vest, and when  the news
��� j was   reported   at  headquarters,  Chief)
��� Mcintosh   made a   trip  to Vancouver!
��� with the vest, looking for a man who
f 'would l>e wearing a coat of .1 Blmllar
J   pattern.    For  some  time  his   search
��� j was futile lint later word was received from Vancouver that the po
lice there had gathered in a hanger-
on of the circus wearing a coat which
resembled the one missing.
Detective    Bradshaw     immediately
' preceded   to  Vancouver,    where    the
man   was  held,   but   was  informed   by
the   chief   there   lhat   there   was     no
j use of his seeing the prisoner, as  he
1 absolutely   refused   to   say     anything
jand could account for the coat iu his
I possesion.     Bradshaw   determineil   to
see the young man. anil  was accordingly admitted, where after   a   short
conversation  with him. in.  so represented  the enormity    of    Hie offence
and  Ilie advisability to make a clean
breasl   of the  matter that    Cornerly
i confesesd  all.  Implicating    the other
man  who  was then  in  Victoria.
Tin- next step was the recovery of
tin- stolen goods, some of which had
, been disposed of in Japanese camps
across the river, and several other
! places. After a couple of days looking around, the goods were eventually
located and restored. Conerly was up
before Hie police magistrate yesterday and   remanded   until   Friday,  lev
I which   time   il   is   expected   that     tin
I man   held   ley  tin-  Vancouver    polici
I will be brought over to answer tothe
charges  laid against him  by Conerly.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY EVENINGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
���'ANCOUVeJ
mater 5.50 (ul
and 8 a. m., aud evt-rv hi't ho-jr-wl
I after till 11 p. m. "    ' **
Lv.  Vancouver for Wsj^
tame hours.
Fraser River and Gulf |
UP RIVER
Beaver
From
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From N. W. Mn
From
Ramona
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BRIGHT   DAYS Sf
FEAR   I.NDIAN   UPRISING.
ADVERTISEMENTS  IN
Tie
Daily
News
BRING  BIG   RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
SHOW   UP   THE    BARE   SPOTS
Call anel see>ur new lines of  FURNITURE.      The best of
woods,   tin- latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,   and
t'ne most reasonable of prices.
!
W. E.
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
716 and 713 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.      Rear Extension.  Front St.
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'ihe-oi 1 rule works both ways if you get your dental work
done by tbe "Boston Dentist;,." Our operators are eill graduate spe-
Ists eef man) years' experience, Wo employ no others. Their
work, accomplished with the aid of tin- "Boston Dentists'" patented painless methods, Is the best known 10 the profession Our
gold an l porcelain 1 rown and bridge work cannot lie equalled anywhere a; any price.    Lei us give .'-nu an estimate.
We Guarantee al! Our Work for 10 Years Willi a
Protective Guarantee
Girl Exercising Great Influence to Detriment of   Missionaries.
l-'or* Berthol I. \. I)., .run - _.'���"..���
Under ih.- leadership of Annie Enemy-
heart, a new religion, or rather a recrudescence of tin- oh] heathen practices, has sprung up among iiv Indians nf the Fori Bethold reservation,
and is causing considerable excitement.
Recently a horse belonging tn the
father of tin-  woman  died,  and  she
his suci led In making the Indians
believe that tin- spirit of God lias entered iiiin ilu- dead body of tie- horse.
Sh ��� caused the- head of the horse to
lee   CH   off.   and   ihis   she- ell  -ss.-el   with |
bright pi' i es nf calico.
Offerings an- broughl daily to the
horse's he ad, ami these are offered as
burn! sacrifices during all of the ceremonies.
Many 'if the Indians bave become
convinced thai tin- woman is -i prophet
of ihe Oreal Spirit, and they obey her
every whim. She advises her folowers
in larn their hacks on the' while man,,
iinl to. live for ilu- Indians alone.
Missionaries express fear tliat the
Influence of the woman may caus<
trouble.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Lln*
Service.
HOTEL  GUESTS.
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
Full  set of teeth $5 and up
Gol l Crowns  $5.00
Brl ige Work, per tooth... .$5.00
Gold  Fillings	
.. .$1   and  up
Silver Filllng3,..
   50c
i-:.\i ractlng	
 50c
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. .DR. A. R. BA KER, Consulting Dentist.
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B. C. Coast  Line Servce.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notice).
Princess May,   leaves    Vancouver
May 9.
Princess  M i; ,    leaves    Vancouver,
May  19.
Prim ess  M ij,    leaves    \ ancouvur,
May 2.:
VANCOl VER VICTOR! \ ROl TE
- S.S. Princess Vh toria leave i Vancou
ver, 1 p.m. dally.
Leaves  Victoria dailj  al   l a.m.
VICiORIA-SEATTLE ROU I'E.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Leaves Victoria dail; ex e;   Monday
at !>:;I0.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tuesday   and
Frielay at 7 a.m., and leaves X. n Wesl .
minster on Wednesday anl Saturdaj
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.in
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen City.
Leaves Victoria at.  11   p.m. ou  1st,
Tth,  and  llth each  month  for Clayo
.���Uth
7 a. in.;  Friday at G a. ni. additional
trip 3aturday 5 p. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Le.iv.-.s   New   Westminster,  ��  a.  m.
Mm lay-, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Loaves Chiiliwack  7 a.  m, Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling  at
landings   between   New
and Chiiliwack.
From N. W. Tu., Th , Sal. ��� i
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Frl  *
DOWN RIVER
Transfer���
Frogj N.W. tjaily, ��� .  - ��� -..
Add. trip, Monday, :'. .,..->.   '
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (FrL(t
Mail Service
Dispatched by ('   P, R. train
a.   m.;   close   1 1
Sumas and Seatt - Hunt
daily.
Millside   N'o.    I. .--... ;J
day;   Sapperton   No. \
.Sunday;   Calgary anl   V ���
2 i first mail C.P.R. easl    lailj li||
from    tile   above   poin' -
8; i'e p. in
Dispatched  bj   B. C. KI
Cei., 7: 15 a.  m.:
Vancouver, No.  l,   I
dajs.   Return mail recei.
Dispatched bj  G.N.R. train
cieiverdale, Nlcomel P -.-i
Hazelmere, Halls Pi
Seattle tall points :;. v ngtojj
south, also all points in fiaj
state-si, dally excepl S u B |
mails received al  3:30
Cl.iy ton.   Tuesda; -
I Tynehead,     SVednesd lys      IS
days.    Return tnall  reci
and Fridays,
Dispatched by ll. C. K ���
10:30 a. ni.:
Vancouver  No.  2;   VI I       X
Cenl ral   Park,   dail     ��� S
Return  mail receive I   it '2 ;>. ::
Dispatched by carrier, 1:1
East   Hum,! v,, dailj  -    - ���' ? 'A
Return mails received   il 1
Dispatched  by carrier i:  '
Tlmberlaml,  Tues I ij 1
Rei irn   mails   receive I  1     ��� - '���
Fridays.
Dispatched bj C. P.R.
and   1:30 p. in. on
Ladner,    Westham
Guichon,    Steveston,   S p
except Sunday.   Return       - " )
ed   from  !���  a. in. to   1 i        I
Woodward's,    Wednes I I
mail on  Wednesdays en.   Sa    j
Dispatched by  B.C.   Eh
3:30 p. in.:
Vancouver, No, :::   \
Westminster  daily   except   Sunday.     '���'��� ���"���'
received at ii p. m.
Burnaby    lake.     Rei
- p. m.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves   Vancouver at   8   p.m.   L'n.l  Dispatched by G.N. Fyl
and   IGth  of each  month,  calling at      To southern    points,
s-:: legate on Brsl trip and Bella Cools  Sundny.    Return mall
on  second  trip. Time on  arrival  and   rji
departure are a; -,:oxlmate.
For   reservations   and   Inform .���
call nr address
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ED, GOULET,
Agent, .\'ew WesfmlnsH
!���:. J. COVLE
ist. (len.  Pasi   Agent. Vmcouv.--
J,  W. TROHP,
General Suuer'ntendent, VIctori.
mIchor] bj  C.P.R.
tu.;   mail  clo ���
Calgary  an I Vani -1
P, R. east, si r.iiiei in ill
received   al   10:35  a   t
Sapperton,   No,  2;   M
Coqultlam, dally exci
turn mail received al
id.
Westminster Iron Works Northern)
Pacific
Guichon ll. It. King, Vancouer;
10, Swinberger, Bellingham; E. W,
Taylor, Blaine; ,T, K. Wilson. Ladner;
Miss B.   Wood,    Mrs.  A. O.  Wlllard,
Miss M. Wlllard, Vancouer; .lames E. quot;  leaves Victoria   on
I.owe,  Calgary,                                      ' Quatsino and way points.
Win.Nm-   -ii. C.   Frltfs,   Vancouver; LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
F, .1. Hlake,  Fori   Dodge,  Iowa:   Theo. Steamer Transfer
Bisson,  Blaine;  ,7, Thurston, City;   II. Leaves New Westminster on  Mon
''.  D, Adney,    ||.  Des  [!niivs.    Cr:ri- day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursday;
brook, and   Friday at 2   p.m, and  Saturday
Colonial   Fred G,  Bradshaw,    Miss at 2 p. in. with additional trip on .Mon |
Horlop,    Vancouver;    A,    Ackerman, -lay at-fi a, tn
Huntingdon;    W,  E.  Sutton,    Elgin; Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
James Poole)', Vancouver. Wednesday, Thursday and Saturdaj at   ena
GKN'KRAL MACH1NUJ AM) HJNUINH
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKiuunj and
STRUCTURAL IRON     VVUKK.
Ornamental Iron Wora, inciurilnk
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence ln
rlted.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains D^��'>
JOHN REID,
Travel on the t'anloUSc,n,.
NORTH COAST LIMIT EU
ectric-lfghted train    ';''', %rfl��
Low '
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BEGBIE Sthliu
or   New WpBtmlnstPr
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W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
niorek     \^w  W.-nrrnletter,  HO
Quick Time
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. r*1
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale'
pean points. -.ji
Special    Reduced   Bates
Rates   to   Southern   C
illfornW'
u-rite
'or Cull informtion call on oi
C. E. LANG, Gen        -, ,-
430 Hastings St., Vancouver,
A. D. CHAHL   -
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[and Trunk Ry. j
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client Train Service Between
jcago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto, \
mtreal, Quebec,        ;
Portland, Boston, J
PANAMA
HATS
|��R10  Ql EBEC and
riME PROVINCES.
business centers of *
d  the MAR1-   ���
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EAT
NEMO
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buffalo, new york and ��� FOURTH SHIPMENT THIS SEASON JUST /V ���
[IA, via Niagara Falls.   ��� **->*    "     *
w.Va-X" ��� THE VERY LATEST SHAPES I
Passenger and Ticket: X f 7   rn    ,        *,/, ���
yams St. Chicago, III     ��� <h/.OU   to   $10 *
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inadian Pacific:
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE VERY LATEST SHAPES
$7.50 to $10
H.L DeBECK
: JERRY BUILT HOUSE
COLLAPSES. KILLING 7
transcontinental Trains 2 ���
DAILY
The Hatter
Columbia Streei
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��� -  -i- all   points  East
.   5th;    August   _>tl
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Single   fp.re   and   One-T:  ;;
(���oudO '���"'"���  Dominion
.   ���   lune 28, 29,  30, an I
July 3rd.
EU.  GULLh.1',
0. V. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
Tie Milwaukee
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\t Pecr.e^r Limited" St. Paul to
hicago. "Short Line" Omaha to
licago. "South    West    Limited"
!ar.sas City to Chicago.
��� in the service on any
cad in the world that equal in
pment that of the Chicago, Mil-
it. & St Paul Railway. They
and operate their own sleeping
[dining     -; on alll their trains and
'.trons   an   excellence   of      I 1 |    13 _\ P P        JP,        \_T^ \���~*\\
lice not obtainable elsewhere, ���   ���      J�� I   sV%/"^klU 0(      \��^V-Fs)
Ramshackle Tenement Tumbles to Ruins in the Night
Sleepers Warned.
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s ��� ���   ��� \, ning  - ��� i   -   '  llowed   thi
��� ���   . ���..,  ol w hich v. as tin  :e s. .: -
. '   . ��� ::   .-:   ( foot   ledge
'   ���    feel  from the groun 1, this
��� ���   ��� ��� 'he' fallen bull li is ha>Ing a I
' ��� th    adjol ilns -" u< lure long
��� ���.   igh to perniil thi   fin nn u to gel
to th.   sti :.<    raise .i lad b i  and laki
' th<   ��� . -,   (ac ib   Reigle\,    a    lodger,
: safi'.-  :.  the ground,    \luiosi luinn
:'��� wards this portion of the
I .   ling also fell Into ruins.
><-\e-u pi rsons v.lui lost thi ii
lives ���>��������� re buried mule", i ns of de-
bi ��� and ll was nol until tiie' firemen
and volunteers had worked for four
bi .-- thai the !>ei,iics were recovered
Son i of theni had bees instantly Kill-
eel, but others escaped death    In the
���HAVE VOI' VISITED���
Todd's Music Store
K
Adams' Celebrated Truss  Rod
Also Stndebaker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, Farm Trucks,&c.   first crush only to be smothered b\
Agents for the J. J. Chase Threshing Machinery. bri< ks, broken Umbers,   plaster   and
dirt
1:'   rge   Blumenthal,  th.e    contractor
who had charge of the recent n   ul -
i:   S   ROWE. General Agent.
|TV,rd St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
TAKE
[The White Pass
id Yukon Route
I CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
RSE,    DAWSON    and
IIRBANKS.    Daily  trains   (except
f er-y:ng    passengers,   mail,
:' -   and    freight    connect    with
!*���' ��� rcross and White Hnrse,
'.ing a through winter service.
ci information apply to
H.  R      : KS,  TraflEic   Manager,
Vancouver.  B.  C.
rUNTIC STEAMSHIPS
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
^FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
IMPRESSES"!
1.000 j EMPRESS  OF   BRITAIN (14.500
|W| EMPRESS OF IRELAND I      IONS
ew   , ates     from    the
Ri servatlons   made
Ings,
���:::; I'i .-ss  July   12.
���-  apply
:.l>. GOULET,
C. lJ. It. Agent.
Limited
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1811
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New foundland, an.i   in   London,   England,
New  York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A General Banking Business Transac ed.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witL correspondents in all rarts of the
World.
Savings  Bank   Department.     Deposits   received  in Bums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 2 per cent, per annum   (preseni rate)  added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00. I	
'.!. D. BRYMNER, Manager Iattended with ureal danger because oi
 1   ''-'"   shak>   walls  which  Ihreatencel  to
" ihem.   Chief Calvin and I .a I
in  Si mniel   were  lmdl>   Inirl   b>
'he- -. ollnps ��� of ii wall win,,  . ther fire
nn ii  wi re- e-iii   and bruised   bin  i   n
I tinned al work.
the  building, was    charged    with
,   le
Thai  many more persons    did   n i
lose tiuii lives In the collnpse nf the
.   .      ;-���-.   was  iliie-  to  iwn ol   lhe- other
occupants of the home lin.in:: attend
ed an  Italian celebration    lasi   nighl
Tin      ys n ached heem.- shortlj I eTore
_.'  o'tlti i.  this  morning,  an I,  warned
:-,.   ihi   sevi ri   shaking  an I   i reaklng
ol the I mse, ran through the building
in !   v\ nrned   the  sleei Ing    ��� i suits  ol
���.   ending disaster.    1 lozens    of per
sons ran Into the streel In their nighl
s,   iiiani   of  theni   had   scnrccli
-���  . :��� i   the  streel   befi n     tli ���  crash
came.   The work of the firemen wns
^���:: . MM \
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J.   M.   TODD if
,l,!i:^i^ Kew Westminster's Music Rouse,  ���  Columbia St, feSI
lately and lioard the hit ost
Edison, Graphophone ami
Victor records? Over 6000
-����� selections, from   errand
''^���^ opera to music hall.
HH  JUST RECEIVED
4 Large now consignment of
Dominion,   Nordheimer
and New Scale Williams
(COlSON
.-.r-.-,,rer
Hltnmii
PIANOS
��L
31NOE1R ami wiirt'i .i:<! .v  wil son   8RVV1N0   MACHINE
SEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
okane fails & Northern Ry Co. jj
son & ft Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
all   rail   route   between   all
*************
****** *:.*:*���:* *:���*:.*
'   '��������� est and south to Ross-IS
"'"i and intermediate points   ���
; Spokane with the Great  *
"y^-y Northern Pacific and O. R.\_>
���>. i j ���
,C;,,,i1"'' at Rossland with the Can-1*
f..":      'Cific   Railway   for   Boundary !���
.    P01fts. .
1  |! at    Meyers     Falls    with U
Bufr    y for Re',ublic' \t
"��t   service   on   trains   between ! ���
Phone 101
REICHENBACH
LIMITED.
IPoki
Effec
1901.
leave
ind  Nels
son.
,u'e    Sunday,    November     IO, I ���
rj'iy Train
   Spokane
0i pm Rossland
940 a.,n
1920
2.2
Arrive
. ..7.15 P-m. 1
.. .4.10 p.m.
 Nelson   6.45 p.m. j *
H. A. JACKSON.
  I
Cords of Tan Bark Wanted |
At the
\f
*
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
r��ser RivGr Tannery |
Hi*h��t Cash Price Paid
���
*
*
*
HALTED   BY   DEATH   SIGN.
�� ���'       ������
Terrified Witness'    Lips     Sealed     Ijy
Black   H.ind  SJcjft.il.
'���'��� �� Voi - June 26. lii lhe ihnd >��
e I   Ihe ermine Itself the  Black  Hand ;
: ��� ,1 e t ileiith proved pot en I 1 gnazlo
de ! eoniir lo, 1 on> Ictod of Itldnapplnf!
"    Sah  '  si;iii;i. offi re i to tes
ii: ii.--. nn 1 hi - ;n compile ���. rie-i 1 1
" mi -ie- lln in ������-.--! ii lighter Benti tice
1     lie -11 oni  111 spi ak,  I'ii'ii'iii
��� ��� 1 1   |i nni i   forward  nil   hrn ighl   h
hands, one on each Bide,  1!  -* n '
lii- templi -   mill they m      in h
chin.
lie- Leonardo's eyes 1- 1 oul In
1. ��� -I nnd lie w ns unable ' Bpeak,
ilu' must les of his throat wi rl lng
com ulslvely,
"Whal y tin- trouble?" crted Judge
11'Sulllvan.   "Are you ulV"
v. -���, I'm sick," mumbled 1 ie L - in -
ardo with a slack jaw, "I cannol I
tlfy."
"l have Been the sign ol death." i> ���
l.'-ieMiu iin answered, jerking his words
o'ii ii". 1 hough lu pain, "Pamplm 111
Iiiik jusi t',lv<'ii mc tha Sign of iie-nili
ii is mi Miiki Nero ilie- Black Hand.'
1 win nm taatlfy."
11 took iin' Jury only two iuin'ii"r io
convlcl  both  nx'n  .
Great Northern Railway
Reduced Round-Trip  Rates
TO THE EAST
Tickets on sale July 8, l and 5; August
8, 9 and 10,
FOURTH of JULY RATES
Tickets on sale July 3 and i; final return limit good until July 6.
(For full information Call on
Telephone i:��i
F. C. MEYERS, Agenl
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
���#���#���#���'
M*C*Wb*
;*i2*X**bl*b;***b,*:b*%*^%*%*X*Z*?';*\
French-Spanish   Understanding.       I
I'.iiiH, June 26.���The <>rnci.ai teext
or tin' French-Spanish understandingI
wn.: published today.    It iN-clarea- timl ���
each government is firmly resolved to
maintain Intact Its Insular attd maritime possessions in die  m iditerranean
and Atlantic, and hinds each country
In      circumstances     arising     which;
aten to modify the status of one
the other with tha view of
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mcitititaclurtin nnd Darners in  All Kinds ot
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     I urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
j Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
i
\ WES'
w   ,V
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
iSDA ',
JJNE
- Dfl
THE DAILY NEWS
Published bv the Daily News Pub
thing   Company   Limited,   at   their
JBces.   e orner   of   Sixth   and   I-ro..t
streets. New Westminster. B. C.
E.   A.  Paige.
. Manager
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
ought to cost more���it's pitf cr, finer,
more carefully prepared. But it's
no dearer than other brands of
standard quality. 154
ADVERTISING   RATES.
cords   by  about   500   per  cent., tour-
10  teen Chinese being the highest  num-
Tranent   display    advertising,
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines  .o   ,���,,.   on  any  single   liner previous   toi
the   inch.     Five   cents   per  line   for,this     w,...   haV(,   pai(,  tlu,   .50fl  head
Biggest Placer Merger on Record.
Dawson, V. T.. .lune 25.���Records in
the gold commissioner's office show
i that one of the biggest placer mergers
ever known, has been consummated
in Dawson whereby the Guggenheim
interests have taken ove;- properties
from A. x. C. Treadgod, the Northwest Hydraulic company ami tin- Yukon Consolidateel Gold Fields Companies and  other    smaller    concerns.
The  total  amount   paid   by   the
arriving  on   the  .laean.   was
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20   "x.
cents  per  line, brevier or  nonpareil,  Chinese
10 cents per line. /  __t   $35,500. .
Before the Japan left Ilpjigkong the
tax was collected from fifty-nine Ce-
lestials, and twelve more, paid at Vie-
By the deal  the Guggenheim  people
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  forii.   anfJ j( is exlw.PtP(i that when all
per   word.     No  advertisement taken I
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
Night  Office   B22
! have absorbed all the placer properties in the Klondike watershed, which
; have   been   worked   by   old    methods.
I Hundreds of claims on Eldorado,
Bonanza. Hunker. Bear creeks, their
rich hillsides and tributaries are included in the deal.    It is estimated the
Can You Beat This ?
A six-room modern House, in good repair, on
a lot 55 x 165 feet, all in fruit trees, one
block from city car,   on   Fourth   Avenue.
Price   $1,800
Half cash,      -      -      balance easy terms.
7 THE FAIR OFij
EDMONTOI
July 1,2 3 ani
1
* 1 s,ooo
Td BE
UPENDED
IN-
000,000,
. jjeiQ
I. AEeT [
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26,  1907.
LAKE  FLEETS
have been examined  there will  pre*- r ^  ^  ^   ^   company
ably  be a  few more who will make
| their contribution to the government
Although five hundred anel twenty-
one Chinese came over o-.i    the    Em-'
press  of  Japan,   two     hSHdred     and
thirty-two of these will %me in bond
for the east tonight.   They are bound
for   the   West   Indies,   Trinidad,   Havana, Mexico, as wel! as Eastern Canadian  and  United  States  points.  Oth--
ers are returning to United States Pacific  coast   poi-iis.  and   two  hundred
fifty Canadian registered Chinese
������
praise
Methodisi  am
movement returned on the steame^.]
treaty! ���-���	
MAN IS LOWERED      !
INTO BOILING WATER
Foreman's    Life ��� Flesh
Came Off in Patches.
.1.  Rain-
Eastern  papers    warml
resolution  adopted  by  th
conference deprecating th
now mi  fool  in abrogate the
which  iirevents both   Britain  and  the
United Slates from keeping war vessels on the International waters. The
treaty,  which  was  concluded    April,
1817, consented to ISIS, and proclaimed   un   April  28,   1818,   provides  that:
"The nival  force    io be maintained I
upon the American   lakes   by His|Mistake in Signalling Costs
Majesty and the Government of ilie
T'nited States shall henceforth be
confined to the following vessels on
each side; thai is, on Lake Ontario
to one vessel not exceeding 100 tons
burden and armed with one 18-pound
cannon; on the upper lakes fo two vessels not exceeding like burdens each,
and armed with like force; on the
wate-i's nf Lake Champlain to one vessel not exceeding like burden and
armed wtfh like force. All other!befell him. On
armed vessels on these lakes shall be[when ahout nlm
forthwith dismantled, and no other
vessi 1 of war shall be built or armed"
Then- was also the usual provision
that either side could abrogate the
agreemenl by wiving the other six
months' notlqe of its intention to do
so: and now. after ninety years, certain people In the United States���
chiefly the shlp-bullding interests,
with the backing of some naval enthusiasts and "jingoes"-���are urging
that notice be given and the treaty
terminated. The excuse is that the
great lakes furnish a most excellent
place for "training ships." Of course
neither country would allow the other intended
I"   outbuild   ii   in   shins.     Millions  of   in   place
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
FOR   SALE���One  mare  and    coll,  or
will   exchange.    Apply   this  office.
JAPANESE  boy attending Day School
wants work at  good  family.    Re- j
muneration  $l.T.">  per    week    with
room  and   board,    Apply to  P.  O.
Box 545, city.
WANTED���Girl with some experl- j
ence In confectionary and ice j
cream parlor. Apply, Purdy &;
McKHlop,   next   Irani  office.
Hale & Lane,
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Morse Racing,
Attractions
and PrjzJ
Formal  openii the Hone
V.   I.l'I.YI-.'A.   Lie ���  !,,���.,"���
Alberta.
emr J
Phone  335
P. O. Bo*   268
Best Stock Show ii
ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEWS
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY���We fur- U
niuh help of all kinds, farm. bush. I *
saw mill, railroad labor, hotel help.iX
etc., etc. male or female. Write j ;'���'
Canadian Pacific Employment Agcy. ���
506 Cordova .street west Vancouver. J 3��
   ���
���
HOUSE   AND   TWO    LOTS  to   rent.
splendid   location:   corner  site  on!.
car line, eight minutes    from    Posf , L
office.     Apply   P.   A.    Daily   News  ��
office. I '*
Xelson, June 25���Achille
ville, the well known foreman of the -q^ g^LE
Eureka mine, to the west of the city,
died yesterday afternoon as the re-
sultof a distressing accideii which
'hursday evening
o'clock Rainville
and another miner wenl down the
shalt of the Eureka to the 150 foot
level.	
Tin-   shaft    was   being  Dumped   oar   TIMBER  LANDS���We deal  exclusive-
A good paying business,
the Arrow Job Printing Plant, good
will   as  a   running concern.     Room i
4, Daily  N'ews  Block. tf '
WANTED���.Man   for  grocery    wagon. I
Must be good with horses and know
city  well,   gej'il  wages  and   steady
employment   to  good   man.    Apply
at once. C, A. Welsh. tf:
-���.,��� ��� -*:y..*y.:*::y*:.i..*2..i*y'i*y*y-..**- *    *    *    *    *
Worth Buying
smsswisMmsmsMsmsmismisM^ssWs^ismswmsswsmswi*
Six room modern House situate near Fourth
Avenue, one minute from ear line; nice
garden.   A good buy.
$1,800
Terms
��
���
*
*
���White, Shiles & Co.
Reduced   Railroad Rates)
all Points.
Mme.   M.  Fiske  and 15 (J
York Artist, on tbe 2nd.
Driving Club Races every ntj
For  full  inforn al       i:;..
Secretary-Treasure r.
F. CRAKl
English WaichmakeJ
Two   doors   from   Cen. Adami,
Ladles' Gold Watches ' nn \IV:{
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,
fare. $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver ���-
case, $7.50 up.
Agent  for the eel- S Uti
Watches, supplied   to     ii   ffefi
Ar'tic Expedition I
Chains, Rings, Jew [
Watch   repairing;
an i t
stood
level.
e   water on    Thursday    night
iboul  20 feet in-low the l"'1' ft.
Tin-   exhaust   fiim   the   pump
ly in timher.    Have large and small j
tracts  on   water.    Ir"  you   wish   to
buy or sell, see me.   K. R. Chandler, j *
407 Hastings St., Vancouver. li.c     ���
* Columbia Street   New Westminster *
��� ���
���S
is discharged into the water in the
shaft and this had raised the water's
temperature near the surface i i the
boiling  iiiiini.
Rainville and his companion i ��oh
down some extra lengths Of pipe een:
adding to the pipe all i
At the 150 fool level the
"��� '���- would be spent on vessels nien halted, and Rainville wenl on
which, aside from the flimsy pretext alone In the bucket to the wai ir lev-
oi "{mining," could have no use ex- el. He rang the signal, oni bell, I i
ce ' iii eas - of i war which the civil- stop and a moment later signalled
(station of our day has agreed to call two bells, calling feu- the bucket to
'li ������-. '"." We all hope- that war go oi down. The second call was
with our cousins across the line Is, obeyed and almost Immediately a
will continue to be impossible; shriek of agony came up the shaft.
i'.i ;- ' ���'.' is mi" thing more likely Rainville's companion instantly made
than another to lead to such a war, the his way down the ladder and on
pr em of rival fleets on the great reaching the water level found that
lal-.- s  ��������� mid seem to be thai thing.     the unfortunate foreman    had    be n
  completely   Immersed   in   the   boiling
The people in the eastern provinces water. He gol hlm on the ladder
who ar ind have been the mosl and Rainville, notwithstanding the
strenuous advocates of Pro! iction, agony he was in, made- his own way
and in whom wc owe all of Protection "1) the ladder to tho 150 fool level
which ill !������ -iiains ia the tariff, were and later to the surface. Wii m his
also tin in ' ironounced ipponents clothes were take off, la.rgc patches
of Chinese exclusion. The other day, of the man's skin cann with them
the Oli ��� ?ave theni a ven neat dig and it was seen whal a terrlbh
i Here il  is:    "Il  is cer-'Plight  he  was in.    Stewarl  Campbell
Iship hnl Chinese i tu- appll '-'I oil nnd everythl ig possible
denl is nol allowed to visil Canada, was done to alleviate Rainville's suf-
Bul lh how he would be received Coring . which at thl time ki e In-
if   ;.-       ������ .  ited   rn     rin ' In;   tense,
��� el i nn iii    Dominion." A  man  �� is despatch ii al  once to
������ 1 the cit-   for help and Dr. Rose and ,1
e Han .,..  , ������   , .,|, |, ,    t. w.jh  J.  Malone    sei    out    for the    cam;
come i irl p to mo     C   .1   n    Tne-V   '""   ,!l"  c"-v  ;i''""1   1'   "'''!'" :'
:      ���   ���  i . that - m   \  ������ -  in everj  ten   ''"'  "'" ''';hl i; ;i !''"'i "!l ' '���" travel
ii,   the   State   n    M       cl  i el        wa-   ovor ;"1'1  "   u;l'   n':lrl    '  o'clne    '"
born In the D iniinlon       ���   na I   ;      ���   '''"''   '!"'v   reache i  (he  sufferer.
��� u ime il made '-> so good      ":-   Roso   al   ':i'"'   Rnvo     I! - n. 111
n   a as  The   Boston   Trans- nplntea to partlall\   relieve his agon;
' ii therefore any wonder nml dressed his wounds stnylnq witl
lhal thi polltlcans of tha fate are hlm until the end came, earlj yes-
Intere In   trade    relntlons    with  terday  afternoon,   when    the    doctor
C i: nl   and thai  ii Is a regular Issue nnd Mr.  Malone returned to the city
i    thi   gubi   natorlal campaigns? I'   is supposed  that    Rainville    In-
  tend 'I to give three bells al the   time
li i- :.'i - governor nf one of them '"' -im' 'I'" second signal, which
who f. - thai the United Stateshave would have called for lhe bucket to
��� i" m ' in their zeal for the Inter- M'e raised. In some wa: onlv tn ���
ests of the seller, and have abandoned bells sounded and the man was V-v-
llip  buyer to  the  tender  mercies of ered Into the boiling water.
RIGHT THIS WAY
EVERYBODY
FORVTHE gEST SHOES
HOT WEAT
SH
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
836 ll istings St. v-   Van      |
Bookkeeping. Gre I
Shorthan 1, Te!i 4' >-l
g!'leering.
Seven  Teachers
| torty-Fice   Typewrittnl
Students Always in Demj
R. J. SPMTr, B. V, Prim
A Few Suggestions for FOOT COMFORT   During  the vvarsn  weather:
monoply  and   commercial   graft.
SPITE OF HEAVY W
nm CHINESE ARRIVE
\/ancojver, June 25. ��� With a li iad
tax of |500 apiece on all !'i di Ii Chinese i ...'-.������.ants tn ihis coun ho;
slill continue to come, and the llsl
on the- Empress of Japan, w: li h
reachi el port last nighl from I -hin i
nd .'       i, eclii es   ill pr -i Ious   re-
Ralnvllle bore his sufferln i mn3l
manfully and heroically, but b - had
im chance for recovery, -m i lealh put
an end lo his agony, The derea ��� I
came wesi fi om a little Prei - h Cai
nli.'iii villagi iu Quebec nearly 15
years ago and was very well and mos'
favorably known In the fnajorit; if
Kootenay mini i - and opi ffttoi - Hn
was 12 year- old, a ni'Miiber of
Knights nf I''.'hi.es nnd unmarried,
For LADIES
Canvas Shoes are probably the most comfortable of any summer footwear. We have them in colors white, blue, pink and brown, all of the
very nicest American makes. Our prices on thorn run from $1.50 to $3.50
Tan Oxfords arc much called for this sensor.. We carry a complete line
of these in both light and dark shades, prices running from $2.50 to $4
For MISSES and CHILDREN
The demand is great again this year for Barefoot Sandals. White Canva.-Shoes. Tan Slippers and Oxfords. Our stock is immense in these
lines, the prices ranging from   Toe to $1.50 a pair
For GENTLEMEN
We strongly recommend for a nice, comfortable shoe, a pair of White
or Brown Canvas Shoes, either high or low cut. Wc keep the non-
squeak kind which sell for  $1.50 to $2.75 a pair
Another shoe that is popular is a Vici Kid or Gun Metal Oxford, made
on lasts of three different widths.   These run in price from $1.75 to $4
We'll guarantee you Fcol Comfort if you buy your Shoes from us.
OMN
ON'
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd. - New Westminster
Second-Hand PIANlj
ORGANS.     RANGES.    STOVEil
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS. ETC.|
Rushton & Sped
 The���
SECOND-HAND  ST0!|
We  also do all k'"��s
of   g'.-nei-.il   repairing.
Sign   Man  on   Wheel.
^olumlila St. New   R'i      "'!'
Phone 2 7r>
Manufacture
Mineral Waters, EtcJ
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Spec
Trl.  113, Office.  E-3-'''h S!""
NEW   WE8TMIN3TER.  B C
Imperial Cattle Waij
ONE DOLLAR A GALLOHI
I
li pays to use il. The cow ��" ������
better results if she dm - nol I
fight flies.   Guaranti ed todo tne
D. ?. CURTIS & CO., Drugs. Spectacles.^
New Westminster
Westminster
Transfer C��\
Tiro 'I'tinrif.  )>>?>.        rinrn   i
- DHL'
, '"I
Columbia t>t
. -���' YOUa   BUSINESS CY ADVER
!5ING   IN  THE  MORNING  PAPER.
"A
Sn .' (
Baggage delivered    i"'
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Ha"*!
Office���Tram Lay, June n. ��r.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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The
Cash Store I     CITY NEWS
If
1
Ladies9
Summer
Vests, 10c
lo or 12 dozen left at 15c and 20c
line , so we use them to make you come down
ear]y. as the price is a temptation when everything else is soaring up.   Come early ...    10c
New White Wash Skirts $1.50
and up.
Speaking of skirts-a visitor to the big store
isatonce impressed with th.e vast assortment
displayed at all times. The fact is we anticipate
a greater business each season, and have never
[failed to acquire it. We want your trade���we
want your city's best and biggest store to extend
the horizon of its usefulness, as the prices quoted
.. -I jn nls displayed wii: indicate.
��� id Linen Skirts, well tailored, only $2.75
Duck and Plain Linen Skirts, only $3.00
Dotl d Swiss Muslin Skirts, pleated and
'.rimmed with Lace and Medallions $4.95
(00 yards of Light Tweeds, going at .... 35c
111 yards Fine Scotch Tweeds, going at.. 50c
ints of Fawn, Blue, Green, 42 inches wide.
and pure wool, light summer weight, suitable for separate skirts and suits, worth
regular Toe. for  50c
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I ���ral   .-.   ..       ��� ��� - i ���   .      with       .'������   tug : -....-..-. ��� s .   .....  ...
.-._���... . ��� . ......   P     I t for Howe soun
n-Kerr O - ��� to*a
ENGLISH BRASS AND IRON BEDS
Just
received a
y: _->.-.
and Iron
Beds direct from Birmingham, Eng.   Thej
arc handsome, strong and durable,   Come
see the line.
White Bedspreads. Sheets and Pillow Cases
Come .'iii.i inspect A groat variet;
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
PL'PONT   BLOCK,
Phone 73
MEW   WESTMINSTER
c i:
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY '
w HEN| Yen   BANK  WITH
-..-..    . .        . _,..   . ..., s      Foi     ..:   Powers        iqueU   i     fun       {
this afternoon I s .... . ��tllnol   e -...   les gas   t. v    .  .-   >   \      j
i -.  . ��� ���'���'���.'    thi     '..;. of the treek   So     V . ��� t
-���   M     Is :.  -.. .  ���-.>   at the      A f��*  salmon sUI   ������-    c miog In ,
".-   su.   ���    ���        rl hereto- W the cltj      I'h,   a ���...���..   In y��a |
......   .,  expected ������������������������   afternoon  with   ..   good    con- j
. ��� .. ���- signn gathered ��] and lefi *
again : ��  anoth r ���
-   Dj v.- - S ippert -:i    h is
��� ..   gro .        stori     former!;      ^x      McPadden      champion      dam
Moon ,      fhe   ��� aki r  of  th - Pacini       as      Is   now
ln .     . _��� lng al Boundar>   ��� a*. aad enter-
.. .   ... |  A;    ,   -. | . -   talnl ig   ..   : ..-,   n ol     guests
sin ss lati      Inclples   e>    ���   week end     Me    .       .'    a    Is
alwajs .: ased to si e    s ol     riends,
D were and Pol  Plants.    Ring and   ...   v...  ���,,:..,,..     ,   hIs ..,..,,
���yy... the Borial    'Phone .v.>t
POR   SALE   Timber   lin.t.   on   Pitl
��� :'"   Bes     A  "  "l>  w"n lake,   containing aboul   elgh;   milllou
'       "���'  his '     '   ���'���"'-   >"es"   feel  of.fir and a Quantlh   of    cedar,
-     -������    -    -:   '������  -���   his   -^   ,n   For  further   particulars    app i   lo  3.
N'o. 1  hal irts having  ROSS SHAAPE  Box   ,.;. ,--.-..
i  pleasat        ���      .-.. ing    vtslti el
Is  in Lanale:   and  several other      >��� '������   tenders svere re<   Ivi I l>> P 0
Bilo > au  for Uie  const ruction    I   the
..    lltl  ::   \\ hich he   pi op  -  s     building
It.' .'.'.<> Windsor hotel.    Owi'..!- tei seinie
;ieelo boms which has be=>n remodelled
-- :i   ���-. i-i- . _ lng   repaii s   al   th    ..
a 11 ks    this    week.      The
strangi   lo   ting crnfi has ha 1 n thor-
noon Moodj   Square  was  thc scene oi a
most  successful Ice cream and straw	
M -   David Gilc  rist, who has been berrj   <���,,;,, yesterda>   afternoon  and "~~
f��f  s��lw evening, the ladles          ..- Wesl   End **************** ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���������������  ���*���#
time past, return          the citj  a cou- Methodist   church  being    the    prime ���              T "V TQ "C (~*rYl       T}_f^"W 7T^PT T__)               ���
Ide nf days ago  from Vernon,  where movers In the oiien air fete    One of ���              ll\��JjUV_J   1         P U W JL'C IV             |
she has been  recuperating.   The visil th,    .-. ,,,,,..,s .,.- .,,..   .,,,..,,���,   ���:ls    ,, ^
seems to have             eneficial, as th.- baseball game between the bachelors ^              J          (~*   A   rT'rT'J   T7           \\T A   Q T-J    *
lady  appears  to  have  Improved  con- ail -. the benedicts of the congregation |    and           VJil  JL    1 i-Jlld             W  Aul 1   ���
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOT.Al.  ASSETS  OVER
45,000,000
��� -   \. -      iss    mi thi    ild  ' '���
:;:e.e::s e-o\er* I   the award
ras :   ���   ma Ic j esterdai, but   ��ill be
iced  som< I Inn   I  morrow,
\\'0 welcome small :uv >unts and paj intepesl four times
a yea;- on Savings Hank deposits,
F.  B.  LYLE,   Manager.
siderablj   ta health during her trip.      whlle rnces ,������,  o;lu,,.    !i;l0,.,s    ���V1V
\ meeting of those Interested in the als" 'ndnlged In,
''   11 "i lal     Const ibles    11     C,   <>
auto   bus   Ivans   irt.ation   scheme   lie
e :.   bore  and   Porl   Mood?   will   be  Al)lu>,   .lui   ,,   Dps ]Uyv^ RrrU.^
hel,!   tonighl   in   the  board    of  trad'!  lhl,    <.,���     yesterda}     mornln
TO   KEEP   OFF   THE   FLIES
���
���
rooms.    Reports regarding  the  prac- c ran brook,   in   cluirge   eef   two   mon.  *
tibility   of  the   proposition     will    be onP| ,,.,,,���.,, VVolf  ,-,���. rommlttmenl to  ���
heard,   ind  it   is  probable  that   some ,,,,,  asvl���ni,  ;l���,i  the other,    \Y    Rj
' 'finite action wil Ibe taken. mj,,>,    who   u.,s   turned   over   to   Ihe
The  fireman    '.  the  Favourite  had l-��i!-'"iiai-   iiuthorltles.     Both     men
a   narrow   escape  on  the   trip   up   to wo,(' Inndwl   In   the    police    station
Harrison lake lasl week. While throw- ano'" lllrep iM lhe mornlim an.l left in
RYALL'S DRUG STORE I
I ���* IS    li'Mlt-d    I i��-��-
'���������.��� ;:��������� ��� ������������������������������������������������������ ���*��� ���   ��
���   ashes  ovei   the  side   if 'b ��� boai.
lost   his   rooting  and   slipped   inl 1
, the  water.    The   boat  '-N;'s - ilng ;ie I
-.- of Jailor Mclntu s
.1 ids
from    the    con versat iout
he -ril  i-egardlnS  rht" hiP^s nl   l.aelni'
i"'''1 nl Ihe  ,i""' 'l!H  the m:,n  was  today, many nf  NVu     Westminster's
11   consi lei able   il   I  nei    off    by   tl
Th- was
citizens  "ill   lnl e-  In   1 he- event.    Ar-
'xhausted
r.im: "lie-ills have- been  made for con-
A BARGAIN !|
A Good Rural HOTEL For Sale.
1 [looms.   Store in connection witl li   el.   Post office next
Six trains run by the loi r ever,.
b irn    ri can be bought for <:' ���
Price  for Hotel only $1400; good terms.
, Peebles
bia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
..iii
NEATJIOME
HOUSE of sir rnor>.s, electric light, pantries,
etc., and two full shed LOTS, on an exceptionally nice corner in the best part of
the city.
Price    -    -    -    -    $3,150
and one-half cash
time Hi '>   manage 1  i i sto
���^'^   l'*<*ed   up   in    an    ,-m,..������,������ ���ections with Stoveston and Vnncou-
 lio��   llia """-'��� b?lnS ll1"' !",!"' ver, ami ih,' Transfer will leave hore
facl  thai  he was an experl swimmer. ,his  niornlllR lnil(1Ing  r.lss,.n;.,.,s    a,
\n   application   for   200   Inches   of Reiner '" ibno for the races, -.- turn
water was granted yesterdai  !���.   Gov- '"'hx r"ni lll*',t' -' six P- '�����   Th" even1
mm 'nl    Agenl    C     C.    Plsher    I - ls   ''ve.'i.-.i   to   be   one   of   llio  mosl
Ch'auncey   E.   Eckert,    of  Chiiliwack. successful  held  for man>  years.
The   water   is   to   be   taken   from   a      ,,������,.  XValmslev,    r.   P   R,    nighl
"i"  ��n VA'' ciee,i n"(1 ,'",n"1" I ;i!  ( �� ttchman,  and  also train,-,-    for Hi-
""    '   river nRoul   five  hundred |mseba��� ,eam  lll.u:illi..1. ,   ,,,   ,;,���  ,.������
feet from the poiut of diversion, and, wav    ���������,.���,,.    |s    |)ntUn(,    ,,(���,���,.
iis  intended  to be used for manufac- lh,���;i.,h  n    ,.,,,,,,  C0U1.8Q ,���-  i,hxsU.:l]
f"ring,    domestic     und     agricultural training In order lo be bolter able to
purposes on the V E. quarter of nee- hniu,|e   hlg   ,,(,,lv    ,,,   ,.,,,,,,. ,.,   Ilui|
;i""  '-"������  township  20,  Xew  Westmin ,���.uhh  ���ml'nrstnni|  the besl  means of
s"'r district. training  ti   Im leball  loam,    .llm    bas
E. Goulot, c.  P.  R    inn:, has now '" "   ''"���"'lli��"   the   Sapperton   Junior
received the summer excursion tickets ':l"  Phiyers, Imi lliese ttnapprectatrve
lo tho American coast  cities and tin       :li;    :  '     '"    ' ' 'IV    sliavfeil    Iheir
enst.    I'm ie. lasi year, thn tickets dfd ' l   H>proval  nl   Ur.  Wnlsmloy's mith
nol    Include    Xew Westminster, only '^ls llv  l:ll"i��'- ;l ��-aler Iiosp on him,
I Victoria  an.l   Vancouver,   but  on   VI r       ,,������.,,,   M,., ,..,���,  ���  ,���,,,���,,,    ,,,- r,
limile-i   protesting,   Xew   Westmin     i n���Ulam,  losl   a  $1000  bain  on   Vton
""��  figures ns n liookin   center. The ,,aj   .,,���,,.,.���,���,���   uirottgh   ti   dl   lalrtuiH
resull  is obvious,  as on  all  Ihn  ph- filV] w|,|Pi1( in aei.liii..n  to deslroylny
cards  advertising the summer    xrm -.���,  |;,ni   .,,.���,   conHumeti  .,   M,,-,,,tir>
|slons  distributed   Hi 'oughoul   lhi    1- .,-  [ln,    ,,,,,  olll,,, ,-.,,.,���   produce,  The
minion and the coast cltres, the nni   - ,,,,.   w ,..   ,,.,.   ,,,l(j,-,-,i     :ii���,iii     tIn< >���
nf    !"'   Ro; a'   ril     has    a   prominenl ,,-, |oc]( M| ,,,,. nrternoon, and althougli
city. a determined pfforl was mai.  to ma
, , ter  lhe  flame i   ovei -1Itlng    was    In
\   in ���   . ���       m   ft.   -.  Reid,    i  , ,
,.  .     ���. , ��� dn,     I ho origin  nl S'-'  r re   ��  mi
. ntendenl ol the \\ i il  rn ' nl m Tel"- "^
known,  ' ni   an  m\" il Igalloti   i    i > he
irrapli corni an      -      "- <������ Ived In this
made   min  the     e-in-iim i mc ���      Bin
. j:-   yesterd - tiff th" local trl
rounding  ihe miiine-ai,.
,i hi rs thai   ii       i       for all poin' ���
In   il. -   riii-i--l   State      vould    nl Mr,  McKlnley, n  well  lo do farmer
accepted nl    ender's risk nnd     ibjei of    Or.avenhttrHt,    Ontario,     recently
lo   lieavj   delay.     The   l.?leg aphors' came   to  this city  on   n   vialt   to  hie
��� ;n San   Francisco and  Oakland son,   and   wnH   bo  ImproBROd   lhal   he
���   pi     Ible  for  tin   trouble,    Chi .has returned  lo Ontario for Ihn pu
e--i-. i  Is  Iwo   ii      behind   In   all   Its pose of BclllnR mil his farm,   He will
mcss.ig"S,  while  In   ever?   large  city, [later  tal ���  up  hia   ixsHltlonco    in  th!
the efflclenc;   of 11    telegraph offlc province,     Mr.   McKlnley  has  a  mm
la preatl>  Impaln ! on accounl nf the who ia employed al the Pacific Ijiim
trouble, 'hor company's sawmills, porl  Moody,
i a daughter Is head nurse al the hos
\ combination of i milking pail .tnd p,ta]   .���   NB]gon    u.,,||(,   ,imi(|i(i(,  ,;nn
White   Canvas
PANTS
$1.50 the Pair
White   Canvas
$1 & $1.25 the Shirt
C
LEOD. W1ARK &  CO.
White     Ventilated
$1.25 the Shirt
s iniebo ly el i 's i ow has bi en pv< vitig
la employed by the Mnmlnlon Express
e farm Land Specialists,"
Sew Westminster
���     * ''���'" propoBitJon for an tn't.nvmI       |]i(, n|n  |r,u ���  MooM Jftw am],
part>.  i���  the neighborhood  of  Foui h ,,,,,.,py<  Mi.   M(.Kinl���v lntends ,��� ,mv
"'���  :""' F<":,",  :v"""'    f0T Bome ,  farm in  tangley.
time   past,     i^ivine-.i.    belonging    to	
Henry Kerr,  William  Beadle and lev
,,...,, ',,,,���.,.  part)    ,   h    ������  been found Cablnel Has Resigned.
io'le dry almosl  ever;   day for the Caracas, via vvTllemstadt. islam! ol
two wceka when lhe owners wenl Curacoa, June 25.   The   cabinet   re-
out to milk  th-i.i of ;i  morplng,     \ si-en" i Saturday owing to th,- action
is being ke-pl Sor the man wl rfof Veneauelan congress in  condemn-
I e  running the small   dairy   i of' the    njii is""
heap, and his   ip]                  w flnan e,     :' -                   the    li iJai
l 'i iwed   by   Bti ���       sen '���            ': i - ' v ���   -
th�� can ' ��� thi   ���..".:    th
Fish    Net    Underwear
SHIRTS
Just whal you waul for the hot weather. ,�����.   , |   |  jjegMWU
i, ��>^< ** *���
THE  DAILY  NEWS
CRIMINAL SOCIETY
DOOMED TO DIE SOON
New  Westminster   Realty
WEDNESDAY
I^ew'onaT
WHITE8IDE & EnwT^
ters and 8olS0ND8.i
rv._...___  c'tOrB. Bi..'._
1 Columbia   e
1 W. J. White   ',
N'ew ^
No:orious Comorra Broken
Up by Police-Priest Implicated -Sixty Arrests.
i
Naples, June 25.���The criminal association knows as the Camorra,
which has flourished since unit- immemorial in Naples and has been regarded almosl us ei national institution, seems doomed i<i disappear.
Italians doubl ttlii-iln r It will, and
foreigners accustomed to visil Naples
will regret iis disappearance, as to
theni ii had one advantage, it their
watches or pocket-books were stolen,
a frequenl occurrence to foreigners ai -
Naples, their guide or courier by np-
plytag to ilu- Camorra could have.
them returned for a consideration,
while ii Is a well known fact, thai
the police In such cases were powerless either to catch the thief or to
recover the stolen property.
The Camorra, owing probably to
this characteristic trait, is styled the
Honorable society. Evidently the
Naples police recognized the advantages offered by it, as they never made
any effort toward its extermination,
lun the carabineers though! different-]
Ij and arrested aboul sixty prominent
heads of the- Honorable society,
among them u priest, the spiritual director of the association.
All the prisoners are more or less;
implicated  in a double murder committed in  Naples by    the    Camorra.,
Since the carabineers succeded where
the civil police had failed it has been;
suggested  that  the    latter    were    in
league with the Camorra, and favored
its exploits. The governmenl has been
questioned in parliament as to wheth-
is advancing in price. Owing to the many new settlers arriving from the eastern prairies, lots are in
big demand, and prices can be realized that were not
dreamt of a year ago, and still they are below their
real value. Manufactories bring in their train more
families; these have to be housed, and paying rent is
obsolete.
H. I.
Elm,
��4it|
M
R- J- P- HAMPTOV
tor of ii,,
'b0V.,0.o: b'^b
o_nniefce
!< u it
ing, Columbia
office,  New  V,,.
loan.
"Ppositu
am
SAPPERTON
9 Lots corner of Brunette
St. and Distillery St., subdivision 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
11 and 12 in lot 13, Sub.B.
1, Sapperton. Price $1500,
half cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU WANT BETTER THAN THIS?
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
27% acres of tbe best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new bouse, I1/-; storey, 5 rooms; ben
houses,  in  good   order;
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue. Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to S6 and !'5, 95 faces
some acres ��n Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes. 4 lots cleared without a stump; small
Water from nearby spring. Balance house, chicken house, 175 choice
of property easily cleared. Price chickens; horse and rig; $1500 cash.
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance G 1 1"- house, C rooms and flush
and 12 months. closet on 4th avenue, one lot from .ind
This property is only y_ mile from  street on soutk SI'de; fruit trees. Price
tram  line.   Over two hundred chick- *1900:  l'- cash. te���s for balance at
160
$40  :
acres,  .
r acre
unles  from city.
Two iots on ISth street, between Ttli and Sth avenues,
Corner of Hamilton street,
Xo. 11 am! 12. Price $245, ]i
cash, balance ii months,
100 acres in Surrey; S ]���!��� ot
SM ol sec lb township 2. Log
house, 16x24, and chicken coops,
small learn; On fruit trees; 12
.acres cleared, 4 acres under
cultivation and S acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, \b cash, bal-
an'ce in 12 months at ",'',.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, 55%Xl66, Tenth street,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
$3,500. subject to 10 months
lease. .Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avenue.
Splendid location, now rented for
$30.00 per month; lease can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
good paying investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
Martin, weart &McC. i
��* barristers, solicitor*. ^
flees: New VV. -, ,,-.-,:. ���''' 1
corner Clark oi ���..., {^m
Vancouver, roon -.   ���   ,M
ville streei.    J ���,,   '����������
Bourne
Westnii
ternoon
Mr. Martin ff .       i
Westminster offices eve.-,- v}*
l���l tat
HOWAY,  REID & BOWES
ters,   solicitors, etc, ��
street,   opposite   i - ,:���   ijoa"e-
Westminster.    A   Whealler, prw
241.
ens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
28 acres on Mara road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre POR A FEW PAYS
ONLY. One-cjuarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 <;",.
2 lots, full sized, 132x132, corner of
er this was true, anfl the question I the Crescent; 7-roomed bouse. Price
was not answered on the plea that , $10,500, [2 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
a  trial was pending, an.l  it  was    not   months.
considered right to refer to the Cam-      Block 12 on 12th  St., east side:  10
orra until judgment was rendered,but! fu" slzed Io1s'   Price *2'500- one-third
7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
17 lots, full  size, Oth  St., Burnaby,
east side,    100 yards  from Cliff Can
Double tenement bouse. 4th Ave.,
1,; and 2nd -St.; 1 lot. Price $1,700;
cash half and half in 6 months at 7',.
He Ills   for  $l" each   tenant.
���in acres ] ��� section 11, N. '_. of E '-
of Tn. 2. about :i miles from bridge off
Haworth road, Surrey; house 18x26
il. storey bouse, 3 rooms finished, an-
(,-fie r :; can in- added upstairs; small
shack; l '������ ee- res cleared and seeded
with clove"-, red; fairly easily cleared.
One mile from shingle mill. Price
$1,200;. terms half cash, halance 12
months at 7 '..
1 full sized lol on St. Patrick's St.,
nortii side, between John McKenzIe's
and Glover's house. Price $475, half
cash, balance in 6 months at 7 '/<������
Full sizeel lot No. 12 een Royal Ave.
House corner of Tth St. and 4th and Mh St. Price $.1050. half cash.
Ave.; 9 rooms; 2 full sized lots, OOx balance at 7 '.. per annum.
l.",2: orchard of apples, pears and Westerly -I. ll of 63, Sui-. Block 5,
plums. Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, bal- 132x132 corner 10" feel square; two
ance on time at 7 '",. houses drawing $2N pe: month.    Price
4 miles  $5-000. half cash, balance iu 0 and  12
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barris   I
Solicitor, Guii I  ie block,!
Ida and McKenzie
minster, B. C.
: eets, ]S'ew IJ
W. MYERS GRAY,
anil Notary Publl ...
1891 at New '-,',.���   tn aster, B.C|
flees remove,I - i.lock.cj
son   street, opj    Ite   C  rl u
P.0  Box 169.    I- ���  hone 61.
W.
01 acres Murphy Landing,   4 miles
above Mission Junction.   Just  at the months.
Factory;  soil good.   Price only $1020, iandjng 0f Murphy Landing, about the 2 lots on Princess Sl .    No.  ll  and
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.           centre of lot; 25 acres cleared, under 12. between ,;:t> and Tth Ave., two lots
2 lots on Sth St   between   Sth and cultivation;   4-room  house,  barn  and from Oth  Sl. on south    side,      Price
r,.    .  2             t   '���   , ���   .    ,   ������    stable;  ahout one acre orchard, bear- No. 11, $210, half cash, balance 6 mos.
Oth Ave. on  east side;   fu     sized, 66x  ,       ,    .,  .            V, ���      ��.,,__.. .,t   7  <��� ���     v.,   19   Mourari     *-_i<_   half
'          lng fruit  trees.    Price $1,350, on easy ���"   '    <���     ;N"-   '-��� ciearea,    ��.��is, nan
132;  Nos. 9 and 12.      Price $1000 for terms (or $1,250 cash).    $22 per ace. cash, balance 0 nue-. a- 7 ','.
the question did not provoke a denial, aad this leads to the belief that
the police were really allied to the
Camorra.
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
201
Agnes
St.
(5   room
s);
w
ater
and
gas:  rents
for $14
ner
month.
To
be sold
at
once for
$1,700.
DATES  OF  FAIRS,  1907.
A  Cheap  Property.
House  0  rooms,    flush  closet,    IV2
���  i storeys, on Fourth Ave., one lot from
Official   List of  Exhibitions Through- I Second    St.    tin    south    side.    Price
out the  Dominion.
Alberta agricultural exhibition. Edmonton. July 1. 2. .1, -1. R, H. Mount-
field. Secy.
Calgary exhibition. Calgary. July b,
lb. 11. 12.
Winnipeg industrial exhibition.
Winnipeg, July 13 to 20, A. W. Bell.
Secy.
Washington state fair. North Yakima. Sept, 2.'1 tee 28, G. A. Graham.
;Secy,
Cen'ral Canada exhibition. Ottawa.
Sei -��� 13 to 21. E. Me-Mnhon. Secy,
Dominion exhibition, Sherbrooke,
Que., S- pt. 2 re> J. William Tomlinson,
S< cy,
Bran Ion - xhibitie a. Brandon, Man..
Jul) .2 to 26, F. J. c:���-.���
Canadian national ��� ��� ai ition, To-
' ���:' 1, Ont., Aug. 2-: ��� - Si pt. 9, .1 o.
<��:-. Secy.
r'- '������ rie I "i ��� xhii ition, Ft. lerlcton,
I ��'��� ,;- Sept. 14 to 21, W, S. Hooper,
Secy.
Nei ������ ibitioi X Is . b. C.
'     ''���    m I   20,   D C  M -Morris.
>'���' -   -        chi  itii a. K, le vena, B.C..
Se :.  19 . nd 20, J. \Y. Wi!;.,, Secy.
K-amloo -   - xhlbition, Kamloops,   1:.
'' ��� Sl "''���  ]ly 20,  an 1 21.  M.   ]
Si
'��� ' ::;
B. C
.-
Vi
Si 1 ���
S
p. (
s. cy
igassiz   1 xbii ;-Ken.   Agass
���'"1 ' ���   2n '.   .\.   Agasslz,  Secy.
Mission exhibition, Mission, B.C.,
s' : '���   '���- A.M.Vi :'e ii,,-.-. secy.
Chiiliwack exhibition, Chiiliwack,
Bl '' Sl ' 18 and 19, <:. w. chads''- . Sec...
1,1 Ita  ��� xhlbition,  Ladner, Si
���"'���I 21, A.de ty Taylor, Secy
Surrej exhibition,    Surrey
Sept! 24, H. Bose, Secy.
Victoria exhibition, Victoria
Sept. 21 to 28, J. Smart, Secy.
Langley exhibition,  Langley, B.C
Sept. 25, W.J.MoIntosh, Secy!
Maple Ridge exhibition, Port Haney,
Sept.  20. H.  Ferguson, Secy.
Coquitlam exhibition, Coqultlam,
Sept.  IT. E..-\. Atkins. Secy,
Richmond exhibition, Eburne, Ocl
s and 9, T. i.amg. Secy,
Central Park exhibition, Central
Park, Sept, 20 and 27, W\J.Cunning
ham. Se, 3 ,
Provincial exhibition
minster,   Oct 1, 2. 3
Keary. Secy,
$1900;.  half cash,    balance at  7 per
cent.   Fruit trees; lot 55x105
House 30x42, 4th St., between 4th
: and oth Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St. Price $3,500;
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
at 7 jier cent.
2V��   storey   bouse,   10   rooms,   also
i modern    improvements;   lot    00x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with
; fruit   trees    and    nice    lawn.    Price
$2,750. $1,500 casb, balance 0 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
the city, from $25.00 to $3,000
Full sized  lot in  Sapperton, facing
Brunette  street.    Price $150 cash.
both, half cash, balance easy.
V2 acre between Queen's and 3rd
Ave. on west side of 10th; No. 5 and
0, Block 48; 132x165 feet; all cleared
and fenced. Price $1050; $550 cash,
balance in 0 nionths.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $S00 cash
2 lots, No. 24 and 32, block 9, between Sixth avenue and Nanaimo St.,
and between 14th and 16th streets.
Price $425 for both, cash
One full sized lot, 06x132; 2 storey
house; 7 rooms; flush closet upstairs;
al' modern improvements; new house:
$2,000. 'i cash, 1,2 in 0 months at 7
pei cent. Good sized stable and fruit
trees. Second house from Sth street
west, on upper side.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, IV 19, 20. 21. face on 10th
street and Sth avenue: 2 corner lots
$25n: 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950,  cash.    Single iots at  cash.
Four and one-half acres between
Seventh and Eighth avenue; south
side of 1st street.    Price $2,500.
Lot   M ien  Fifth avenue,  sub B. 10
r<l
V2 cash, balance 0 and 12 months.
10 acres section 22, N.-E. corner
N.-W.  %, uncleared.     Timber lir, cedar, and alder; good soil; a mile from
Yale road; sandle road and new road.
5 iots corner of street between Sth
and 9th Ave. on 2nd St., side of 2nd
St., equal to one acre; partly cleared.
$500, half cash. A splendid opportunity for investment.
S rooms, 2-storey house, bath room,
water and light; full sized lot, 66x100
feet, situated tith St. between 4th and
5th Ave. on west side. Price $2,300,
Vi casb, balance in 0 months at 7 ';.
ion S.E. '.. of Section 20. Dist. IS
24 acres in Sunbury; 0 chains water
front;     12 acres  cleared;     S-roomed
(:f 10 acres,partly cleared; Kanaka creel,
ranning through; good mail: ime mile
north of Webster's corner: hbingb-
mill and P.O. at the west corner; tim
ber worth $7 per acre, cellar and fir;
4 miles from Port Haney. Price
$2,100; terms Jl.iuo cash, balance arranged,
l(i acres land New Westminster. Lot
5, S. Div. :;). Surrey; 3 miles from
bridge. Price $400; $200 cash, balance terms at 7 '. ; near the Turn-
ver cannery,
S.-W. Sub. Township '.'���'���: sunn- timber;
railway  runs  alongside;     old   B-acre  nr-
chard,    Price ! 1'- per acre; terma io	
cash, balance in thre.- equal payments.
1 acre clay, house ea 'vam line- near
F. MAN'S FORD,
Solicitor, etc., Crescentl||
rorner Columbia and McK*
Btreets, New Westminster, B. C
BOARD OF TRADE���N'ew W��
ster Board of Treele meets itj
Board Room, City lb;!!, as (oinl
Second Wednesday ef each!
Quarterly meetings on thei
Wednesday    of     February,
August and November, at I j_
Annual  meetings   1 :.   the
Wednesday    of     I'e 1 ruary.
members   may   be   j roposed ^
elected at any monthly on
me��U��g.   A. E. wi; 'e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
across front  facing tram  line.
$700 cash, balance arranged.
house, lath and plastered; wood shed, Joyce station:  partly cleared;
chicken   barn  and    fruit   trees  of  all
kinds.    Price $3,000.    Terms one-third
cash, balance 0 and 12 months.
7 Lots on Twelfth street, between
Queen's and Third avenue; west side
of car shop; full size. Price $2.ram
casb.
teneed
$1000,
\<z cleared; size
of sab  ;..  $300 cash
55 feet by 122 feet.
Acreage nn  Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley  road.    $225 ]ier acre.    Acre-
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits  age is selling fast at this price.
$50  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on      .lames  Inlet, three square  miles, at
enquiry. $e.00 per acre
from city limits on Port Moody; i
acres under cultivation; 7-roomed
hctise; frame barn; chicken bouse,
barn 40xSO; fenced and in good ?���
pair south side. Price $4,500, half
ci -li. l-ai. in 0 months at 7 per cent.
.' lots corner of 10th anil St. Andrew's
.-.. between 4th anil Bth Ave-., w.-s-t siele-
of 10th St.; all cle-ein-d. X'rict'SSOO. half
cash, balance n months at 7 per cent:
1 mii run through from street te> stre-et;
, good bargain.
More exclusive   properties  just   listed
with us for sale.
Lot .". opposite Knox church, Sap-
pi mm. east side Columbia Street on
car line.   $300 cash.
3  lots  south side of Sixth   Avenue;
feet   en
One acre ir
block
9, be-
tween ISth
and 16th St.
on Sth Ave.
Price
$750,
1-3 cash, bal.
easy.
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPT0RY,fi|
K.    B.    K.    of    l.   meeti if
Friday of eai b a.cinth, ||
p. m., in Orange ball, co.m|
Royal avenue and 7th street
Journlng Sir Knights cordiall.1
vlted to attend. W. E. Dunloul
P.: .1. Hood, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO,'
���Meets in Orange hall lltl
third Friday in each monthly
m. Visiting brethren are co*
Invited to attend. W. Pope.WJ
James Humphrey.  Ri r.-Sec.
alf cash, halance easy. vpr-v lfght clearing:  60x111
SO acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.      160 acres,  Westminster district, 40 Su|';(1,:1J'f,',l;i Kj'f-.fsm-e^n
R. running    through.      $9,460, terms acres  under cultivation,  1"  acres or- Sub. 15, S. Blk
Investigate.
eas;
:':- n,
24 and  ."
.'le-at tie,
A   nstrong,
-l.  B. Bird,
Iti  ������    Vi   -��� in,    B.  ('..
-,;- 2: and 2S, c, Godwin, Secy.
^rraexhi   tlon, Salmon Arm
���   ""    -   ' '.   Oct.  1,  .1 D.McGuIre,
B.C.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmandlng
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, Bush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice bnvn; lot
66x132, with lam- in rear; part of lot
sei out with fruit trees. Pric.- $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged,
2 lots, 20, 21; No. 20. $170; No. 21,
(corner) $175. Durham and Second
streets.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
Richmond  .^t.. Sapper-
12, 1
S. Blk.  13.      $350 each,
chard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted cash, balance 6 nionths at. 7 ','<���
thi-year; aldei bottom land; running     2 houses comer of   Merrlval
spring;  bouse IS x 22;  frame barn 30 -V"'-  fll!1 siz(,d lot;    city bloc
x 32;   14-post   frame house  and  te.v
stables, three In all, stable 8 cows and
2 span ho ses;  near .Mission Station;
I, M.
half
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton. Both renteu
at $10 each.
One and one-half >'.oroy house and
full size lot, situated north side of
Royal avenue ami corner of McKlnnls
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hoi and
cold water, closet; n n Ished; young
bearlg   fruit  trees;   streets 1 n   three
Seles;    fine    view.     Price   St. 800    .'	
- ash,
Lot facing 2nd St., 11 tween (>ue-< d's
ami 3rd Ave., second 'ot from Quei n'i
Ave.: r,2xi22 fe.-t; a:; cleared; lane
alongside nnd back. Price $1,000;
half cash, balance easy at  7 %.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO!)
The regular meetings of tb
are held in Oddfellev - hall. C
bla street, every Mi n ;->; ef
at 8 o'clock.    VIsitii :]
dially Invited tee af. :���: S IMI
N. G.; C. S. Richmond V G W
Coatham, R. S.; ,1. W Ma M
F. S.;  Alex.  Adam-.   ". "fl;.
K. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE N'I
��� Meetings the. first an I llb.Aj^
day In each meni: Visa
brethren cordially Invited toiiijj
Lodge mom. A. O. U. VV. hailed
fellows'   block,   Clarl '    "...L
S. Corrlgan, recorder;   Louis "fl
master workman.
lot 11:    one house rents  for $2.'
other $10;   flush  closets  and   all
nected     with    sewers.      Price $3,500.
Cash $2.0(1(1.    balance- in <",, 12 and IS
ami
31,
the
con-
One lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street, $1,050.
for sale exclusively.
b   of Lota  v  .einl   i I
-I   I ' ,i .'..nil  .mil   .'ml
schools,    chin ��� l.e-    near
steamer lands t'-\iei' a day;
it    hand:
months at
N - E
aboul luu  timbi:-.   n
Lota 21 ami 22, Sl
In Block 13 : emu. r
St.;  full sl/.i-,|  lots
2-storey House, 7 rooma, bath room up-
alairs; (lush closi t: good stable; on Agni -
'. "f Siija. 19. Township 10; Borne   st.near Mh St.; all modem Improvements
Price $15 per acre; terms $1,000   Price .?::.   half caBh,
acres tin,ber, fir and cedar, nevei been
logge I; $2 0i - refused for stan ling
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen
boas.- made ol hewed timber laJd in
'������ ar, 12 \ 30 A chance of a lifetime, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance al 6
per cent.
ilano
El:"i jee r acre
easy.
-. p(.
2   lota  Block   4
ton.    $45 por lot.
t acres wesl half Section  l" in Surrey
'(..a.
160 acres on the Scott road, li
20  cleared;  barn 50 x 30;  stables
lam i>u x
I splendid soil; only $30 per acr
Center.
H.C.
acres
etc.;
$1,000
:asa, balance easy.
Between   Fifth  and   Sixth  avenues,
near Seventh  street, eight rooms, all
modern, stable and chicken house, full
sizpd  lot, two   Btoreys,  $1,000 cash,
$2,500.
���i   lots nit Cumberland  St.,  Sapperton.
$50 per lot.
No.  306,       i, rm I   bouse,  with  bath
room, coi n<. ol 6th anel Agnes  St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 monl hs al 7 %,
No. 308.���S-roomed liouse,  with  bath
room,   etc.;    \liii.s   St      $2,500:   i_,
cash, balani e 3 and 6 mos. at 7 ",.
No.  310.- 9 -. omi I   House  and  bath
room,   Agnes   St.   $3,000;   '-   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No.   312.���S-roomed   House  and   bath
room.   Agnes  St.      Price $2,500;   '��.
cash, baiance ;; and fi trios, al 7 ',.
**For the above four  properties a
special price will be made to one purchaser.
Small house for sale, facing Agnes and Victoria,
west of Gth St. $1,700.
Water and gas connections.   Terms.
Small house, Victoria St.,
G rooms. Water.
A Bunch of LOTS
Lois 1-1 and 15 of 1 of 6 of i4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, bai,nice 0 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 11 on Sherhrook street of 11 of
:: cleared, Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 0 mon; lis at 7 per cent.
Lota 10. 17 ami 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 ror three- or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 0 months at 7 per cent.
.. balani,
i- ally excelli nt bargain.
, Sub. 21 el' 1...I |.;. in, ,.k XIII, 4-Room
House; Imi .-unl cold watei . flush closei :
ot "' fruil trees; chicken house and
barn. Price ��S00; terms $400 cash balance 2 aieel i. months al 7 per cent. Hamilton m . flrsl house off Oth St. between
, in and 8th Avi nui 8.
2-storey House, 7 rooms, with all mod
< :-n Improvements; size of ground lOOx
1<S2 ; second i..t from 6th St, on tth Ave
on south side, 100 fe, i on avenue, 142'
I.nm- een both -iel. a. 1'iie.- $3,200 ; J I 000
cush, balance on time ;ii 7 i�� r cent
160 acres improved land, buildings
anel sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
till under cultivation, $15,000. If you
can handle this, don't delay; it's a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
160 acres good farm laml In Delta,
about .1'/2 miles from river, near Scott '
road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
160 acres in Surrey, 5 acres cleared,,
fenced on road side, $1,800, hair cash,
balance on  time at  0 per cent., su'.-.'
ject to sale of timber.
Part of lot
about   70
POSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND. B, ^
Red Hose Degree mei-:- Secom
Fourth Wednesday of each nwiij
In K. (ef p. Hall, Colun bla SUI
8 p. m.. White Rose Di .
Wednesday In each o ' *j
time and place. Visiting BretJUl
cordially invited. E3. B Stt��
combe, Pies., fl. Dlsm -. Secrew
COURT BRUNETTE.  No. 4099,1-
���Meets the Fourth  F
month   n(   8  o'clock,  in  the 8
hall,  Oddfellows'   block.    \��m
brethren are cordially Invited WW
tend.   ,l. ii. Rushton, C. R-i ' ���
Maxwell, It. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No-^
A. O. F.-Tho regular meeting,
this Lodue are held on the sw|
and Fourth Tuesdays of "-"h ,",,'-i|
at 8 p. m. In ibe Oddfellows w|
Visiting  Hrethren are cordiaiJ.J
Tilted to attend.   IC. C. Flrtfl. <*
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE  ROYAL TEMPLARS OFJj��
Oililfc"1
Half cash.
109, joins Lake Commur,
acres,   only   $25   per   acre.
Jump,
PERANCE meet   every
at 8 o'clock  p. m., In l
Hall,   Columbia    street.
Brethren are cordially Invitee
nl
Xew   West-
4. 5,  W.H.
McQUARRIE  &   CO.
tend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. B
Sec.
Vlam
1 to-
Broftil
Telephone   333
Real Estate Brokers
FRONT   STREET
Telephone   333
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. o* London.
,t i
80N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEj'Lsl
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ����� ��
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the I''^ ,,
Third Tuesdnv of every "���""'
K. of P. Hall. John
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Re
liion"
ylcSlveU
THE MORNING PAPER IS THE
PAPER for mr THE   DAILY  NEWS.
lis
Tenders for License tr- Cot Tmber
p   CANADIAN     HOME- Dominion Land
EA0  REGULATIONS.
British Columbia.
tl
^nion Lands with-i^B��TE-N'DERS addressed to the
t lnBritfth Colum- ����mmlBBl0ner   "f   ""����"���<����.   Lands
NOTICE. ife_jrlBv_JSL5i. eighty chains and south eighty chains -
  9iP8_i_8l___Br*TS. l0 l,0'n'- ��' commencement.
.-i  hereby  given   that  thirty "��J<__j_^"P-"...._W 5.    Commencing a', a post set close
days after date we intend to apply to   Tenders for a License to Cut Timber  to No. 4 stake, thence    west   eighty
Ion.  the  Chief  Commissioner of      on Dominion La".ds in the Province   chains, south eighty chains, east eighty ehains anil north eighty cbains to
point of commencement,
J.  P. THOMPSON".
Xew  Westminster, B. C, 30th May.
1907.
:- "''���  md   Works  for permission  to      of British Columbia.
e Province of      '  and  carry away the Umber from 	
1UL_U
per.  Department, of the Interior, and
t  I, esteaded by any per- "-��--"^ne Interior, and mark
lthe sole head of a family, ed 0n the enveI��Pe "Tender for Tim-1
e 0Ver 18 years of   age, to ��� ,H'r B,"',h No- 519." wlll be received
..quarter   section of at lllis Department    until  12 o'c icl
.. less n'*,n on  Wednesday, the 24th dav ofl
more  <���  i��=��.
m,ist be made personally at
Jul,
.,, offlce for tbe district in   ""  Berth  No. 519
y, 1907, for a license to cut timber!
comprising   lands!
mate.                       Bltuate in "'" Province of British Col-
meateader is required to per-   "mbia "" ��'��   west side- 0f chehalis
conditlons connected there-  Lake an,] Ascribed as follow..
|e|   Qe of the following plans:      Timber Berth  N'o. 519, comprising
',  , ,.   six months' residence   tho8e portions of the following lands
'','   ivatlon of   the land in   whl��h He to the west ot Chehalls Lake
.. ,,.' - ,:,-,.. years.                       and outside of Timber Berth 302 Block
the father (or mother, if tbe  J ";"""lv- s"'":"'     ,;   27, the north
deceased), of the homestead-   half "f Section 28,   the south halt ot
3Up0U a farm in the vicinity   is'"''i,l!1 :;;-    the    south  half an.l the
nd entered for,   the   require-   north-easl quarter of S lon 34, Sec-
tore idence maybe satislied   ''"��  35, Township 5, and Sections 1
m   residing   wiuh  the  z> the east half of Section 3, the north
mother,                                    easl quarter of Section 10, Section 11,
, the settler has his perman-  the >"",h hal�� "��� Section 12, thesouth
H i fanning land own-   wesl 'I"'1"'"' of Section  ll.   and the
,.         ie vicinity of his home-   south-easl  quarter of    Section  15, In
luirements   as to resl- Township 6,   all In Range 1, Wesl of
itisfied    by residence!""' 7th Meridian, containing an area
,. said land.                                 "f ,-:;l" acres, more or less.
ionths' aotice In writing stiould      The berth mus: be surveyed within
[E to the   Commissioner of Do-  one year after the date of the notice
Lan      il  Ottawa of intention  awarding the berth.
y for pa                                              The regulation-; under    which a II-
lands maj be purchased at $10 j cense  will  be    issued,   also   printed
coal and $20 for an-   forms of tender and envelope, may bel
10 acres j obtained at this Department or at the
i qui ed by one individual or   ome- of the Crown Timber Agent ati
��� at  the rate of ten   \,.w Westminster, B. C
Each   ten ! ��� ���    .   -:   he accompanl .d
j by an accepte I i he i ie on a chartered '
bank in favor of   the Deputy of   th ���
Minister of tbe In-   Minister of the Interior, for the an
:��� rl ounl of the I   nus which the- applic mt
./.e-1   publication of   Is prepared to pay for a license,
enl    will not be paid      The hlghesl   -    ,ny tender not u
essarily accept ��� I
N'o tender b;     degraph will been-!
tert lined.
PERLEY (1.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
following described lands, Bltuate j     g^ed    Tenders    addressed to ihe
���u the Kitsumgallum valley: j Commissioner of Dominion Lands, De
claim Xo, 40���Commencing at post] partment. of tbe Interior, and marked
planted S. E. corner about 20 miles ou tbe envelope "Tender for Timber
ap from the mouth of North Fork of Berth No. 521," will be received at this
the Kitsumgallum river -above Kit-j Department until 12 o'clock noon on
sumgallum lake, thence running as ��� Wednesday, tbe 24th day of July, 1907,
follows: 40 chains west, 80 chains, for a license to cut Umber on berth
north, 40 chains east, 40 chains north,! N'o. 521, comprising lands situate In
lo chains east, 80 chains south, 40 the Province of British Columbia, to
chains west, 40 chains south to point, the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake
Of commencement. I and comprising 5 blocks, described as
Claim   No.   11.���Comrrw.n_.lni_-  -.���  onal    follows
l
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Train3 Every Day in thc Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
Embodies th^ newest   and best idea3
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on   and   LUXURY.     It   is   lighted   with
Dominion Lands in the Province of   both   electricity   and   gas;,   the   most
British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to the
Commissioner    of   Dominion    Lands,
!
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
ommencing at i>ost
planted at the bead of Kitsumgallum      Block  1.���Comprising that,    portion I Department of the Interior, and mark-
'ake on  west bank about    20 chains   outside Timber Berth N'o. 44, Block 1,  ed on the envelope "Tender for Tlm-
south  of the  mouth  of  Kitsumgallum ' and Timber Berth 254 Block 1, of Sec-' ber  Berth  N'o.  522," will be  received
river where it enters lake, thence 40   tion 23, Township 4, Range 30, West i at  this  Department    until 12 o'clock   further information call  on  or write
bains   west,   160 chains    south.    40:of   the mh Meridian,   containing an noon on Wednesday, the 31st day of
chaiua ":ist mor ' 'ess to the shore,   area of 387 acres, more or less. July, 1907, for a license to cut timber
thence along Bhore to point of com--     Blook 2.-Bounded on the west by on   Berth   N'o.   522,  comprising  lands
' :'"'nt' I Chehalis Creek, on the east by Timber 'situate in the Province of British Col-
a.m N'o. 12.���Commencing at post' Berth 298 Block Land the east bound-  umbia, and described as follows:
ted  about 2') chaius south of the   ary   of  same  produced    northerly  toi    Timber   Berth   N'o    522   comprising
aorth   west of T.  L  No. 7941,  thence   Timber  Berth  298    Block 2;    on the   ,he north-east quarter of Section  IB
lalns west,  160 chains south, 40 j north by Timber Berth 204 Block 2, J and  that  portion of    the north-west
i  -    "as.. 160 chains north to point; and 20s Block 2; and on the south by ' quarter of Section 14 not covered by
commencement. Timber Berth 234 Block 1, containing  Timber Berth -171   (being approxlma-
Clalm No. 43.���Commencing at post   a�� area of 725 acres, more or less.       tely the norih 36 chains)    in Town-
planted  at the north  west  corner of      Block :;. ���Commencing at the south   ship 5,  Range 27. West of    the    6th  Englne'  Boller and  DwUfc  for buoy
���  ition No. 12, thence 40 chains west,   east   corner   of   Timber   Berth   298  Meridian, containing an  area  of  304  service,   British   Columbia,  or  tender
I 10 .hains south,  10 chains east. 160  Block 2, thence north-easterly at right'acres, more or less. for scow alone,"  wl
chains north !,,,,:���,,���. 0f commence-   angles to the   easterly boundary   of     The berth mu8t be surveyed within   to the
I said Berth 298 Block 2, 2 miles; thence   one year after the date of the notice 20th  DAY OF JULY, 1907
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
��20 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
TENDERS    FOR    DERRICK,    SCOW.
BOILER  AND   ENGINE.
TENDERS addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, and marked on the
envelope   "Tenders   for   Scow,   Steam
be received up
Claim No. 14.���Commencing at post, north-westerly at right angles to last
planted at th- north west corner of!coul'se. 54 chains; thence south west-
locatlon No. 12, thence 40 chains west,' er'.v- at right angles to last course, 2
ter the date of the notice
awarding the berth.
The regulations under  which  a license will  be    issued,    also    printed
Not  mure than
[uired by one ini
R ivalty  at   the r
er ton of 2,000 pounds shall be
ti on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
.he
for  supplying  anil delivering  at Victoria, a  wooden  scow and the erec-
--.   "I w ,..-.t-   nm   U-G      eaaeecii,     msu      iniiiLeu
160 chains south, 40 chains east, 160 | niiles to easterly   boundary   of   said' forms of tender and envelope, may be   tion on hoard of a steel derrick with
hains   north  to  point   of commence-' Berth 298 Block 2; thence south-east- ',
ment. erly along said boundary to place oft
UND   REGISTRY  ACT.
|i: N'OTICE that application has
register Florence Marj
I::. as tl ������ owner  in  Fee Simple'
I.. is Sale Deed from The Cor-
pot the District of Burnabj. to
ngham, bearing date the
: M irch, A.  I)..  1902, of all
tl il   certain   parcel  or
in I   premises    si;iia e,
a the District of Xew
in the Province of Brl
more
obtained at this Department or at the  hoisting engine, boiler and other ac-
office of the Crown Timber Agent accessories   according   to   specification:
Claim  No,   15��� Commencing at the   beginning, excluding   therefrom   any   New Westminster, B. C.
north west corner of location No. 44, j portion of   Timber Berth   308, which      Each tender  must  be accompanied
thence   40   chains   west.   100   chains I might fa" within the same, containing ; )jy an accepted cheque on a chartered
south, 40 chains east. 100 chains north! an area of 864 acres' more or less-        bank in favour of the Deputy of the
to point of commencement. Block 4.���Commencing at    a point   Minister of the Interior, for the am-
CLaini  N'o. 46.���Post planted at the   on the easterly  boundary of Timber  ount of the bonus which the applicant
aorth  west  corner of location  N'o. 42,   Bel"!l :;"- Block 1,    5 chains    south-   is prepared to pay for a license,
thence  80 chains wes-.     120    chains  easterly   from  the  north-east  corner;    The highest or any tender not uec-
h,  10 chains east, SO chains south,   thereof;   thence south-easterly  along | essarily accepted.
40  chains east.   10  chains  south    to  saiil easterly boundary 80 chalns.more      N'o tender by teiegr
point  of commencement. or 1,,ss' to !he   :ln-le   in   sai;]   east  tertained.
boundary of Timber Berth 202; t.hence PERLEY G.  KEYES,
north-easterly, at right angles to last Secretary,
course following the boundary of said   Department of the Interior.
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
h of jou are herebj re-
enti -���   the  -��� lalms  of  the
ithln   feu-';.-five  days
ie Land Registry Office,
tei. Province en' British
is 25th day of April, A   D.,
C.   S.   KEITH,
District  Registrar.
SEALED TENDERS address.-1  tothe
Commissioner    of   Dominion    Lands,
D* partmenl of the Interior, and mark-
eel on the envelope "Tender for Timber  Berth  No. 518," will be received
at this    Department until    12 o'clock
particularly   noon on Wednesday, the 24th day of
cribed  as subdivisions   July. !'���"'��� for a license to cut timber
ibdivlslon "A" of lot 20,   0I�� I!,'r!h  No-  :,,s- comprising   lands
sit late ia the Province of British Col-
uml i i to the wes:  of Chehalls Creek
,!-. ;   le icribed as follows;
Timber Berth  N >. 51 s,   r imprising
The" first "'publication   ���������'���'��� P��rti���� "f Sl   " ;l -' ' :'^ ���th
otherwise I shall regis-   of Timber Berth 2- and 'ha; portion
���    ���   Man   Eveleigh as owner   ���� Section  32   outside Timber  Berth
And   1  hereby  direct   264 and said  Berth 280, In Township
aoi this notice for thir-   I, Range 30, West of the 6th Meridian;
lull}  newspaper publish-   also the north half and the south-east
���"-   Westminster will be go.nl   1uarter ��* Section 26, the north hall
...   ....  sen.ice thereo{ and   the  south-west  quarter    Seel   n
_.',. fhe easl hall Section 2'   tli i nori -
half Section  32,    Sections 33,   II.  "���"
and those portl ins of Section 25 and
36 outside Timl er Berths 280, 264 an I
272. in Township  I. Range 1, Wes!
the 7th  Meridian;  also Sections '..   I,
5, the north half and south-easl qu -
ter Sei tion 6, Sections 7. 8, the north
ns served with this notice,   half and the south-wesl quarter Se
laiming through or under   tlon 9, the south-easl quarter Section
I  persons claiming  any   io, the south half Section 16, the south
the said land by virtue of  half and the north-wesl  quarter Sec-
ed  Instrument,  and all   tion 17, tl'.-' north half and south-east
rn; any interest in the   quarter Section IS, the south half and
������ -'.   descent, whose title is   north-west quarter Sectlou    13,   and
'ered   under the  provisions  those portions of   Sections 1,2,
'-and Registry Act," shall be  easl  half Section 11, and Section 12,
'PPed  and  debarred   from   west of   Timber  Berths 272 and 302,
n.  claim to or in respect   In Township 5, Range 1, West of I
: land so sold  for taxes as   7th  Meridian;    also   Section  12. the
he "Land Registry Act."   easl   hall' Section 24, and the south-
 east  quarter Se tlon 2.-.. Township 5,
Range "   West of   the 7th Meridian.
| containing an    rea of   13,025    acres,
thirty days after   more or less
The berth musl be surveyed within
one year after the elate- of the notice
awarding the berth.
The regul i': ms  under which  a 11-
cense Will    I.,-    issued,    also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
[ ���   mencing at a post -el eat- ( obtained al this Department or al the
'���''-' side of   Twenty-Five: o(,,(.(. .,,. ,������,, ,-���,wa  Timher Agent at
:""1 marked .lames Sharpe,| New Westminster, B, C.
thence -10 chains west;   '   ,,-���r.,, ffinder must   be accompanied
I ��� i; ne, Esp
Claim N'o. 47.���Post planted at the
north west corner of location N'o. 41,
thence 40 chains w.?st, 160 chains
north, 40 chains easr, 160 chaini
south to point of commencement.
Claim  No.  48.���Post   planted  about
10 chains north of the north west
-iiner of T. L. N'o. 7'.'!;',. thence 160
.chains west, 4'i chains south, 160
chains east, more or less to river,
thence along river to point of commencement.
Claim No. 49.���Pos! planted at the
north west corner of T. L. 7042,
'hence 160 chains west, 40 cliains
south,- 160 chains east. 40 chains
north to point of commencement.
Claim No. 50���Post planted about
60 ciiains west of the north evist cor-
'. ner of location N i. 48, thence 80
hains west, SO chains north, SO chains
last, 80 chains south : > point of commencement.
claim N'o. 51.���P isl planted at the
south  west  corner of T.  L. N'o.  7012.
.���bnce   ICO  chains  west,    40    chains
i. irth,  160  chains    east,    40    cliains
mth to poinl o! i immencement.
Claim No. 52.���Post planted about
��� - chains wes' of I ie s mth eas' cor-
11 ���:��� eef t. i.. N i. 7943, thence 100
. trains west, 10 i hains south, 160
, Iiains  east,  40 Chaina  nortii  to  point
i? commencement.
Located   May 3, 1907.
Locators;
WILLIAM MOODY,
FRANK VANDALL.
Agent,  F.  VANDALL.
Berth 302, 40 chains;    thence north
1 westerly   paralled    to first course SO
chains, more or less, to   correspond
i with length of    first course;    thence
i south-westerly     paralle 1    to    second
1 course    40 chains, to   point of commen   .ment, containing an area of 2.20
:o-r-^. more or les.
Block 5.���Commencing at a point on
also for supplying aud delivering at
Victoria where directed, a double cylinder tandem hoisting engine, winch
to have four hoisting drums and two
winch heads, an upright steel tubular
steam boiler of 30 horse power capacity, and a structural steel derrick.
Specifications of the machinery and
���a'eli will be en- l��lans ��f the derrick can be obtained
at the Department here, at the agency of this Department, Victoria, at
the Customs House, Vancouver, and
the Customs House, New Westminster, B. C.
Tenderers must furnish plans of
the boilers  and  engines  offered,  ami
.  state    the earliest    possible  time  in
TAKE NOTICE that an application "hich they will agr. e to make the
has been made to register Francis C.   delivery.
Separate tenders for the three ar-
Ottawa. May 20th, 1007.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
Honour as the owner in  fee simple,
under a tax sale deed from the Mayor tides,  viz.. engine, boiler and  derrick
and   Treasurer  of    the  City  of    New will   be  received,   and   separate   ten-
the easterly shore of Chehalis Lake,  Westminster,  to   Francis  C.   Honour, ders  for the scow or tenders  for all
50 chains  southerly    from   northerly  bearing date the 2nd day of October, together.
end of -aid lake; thence southerly \. d. 1002. of all and singular that i An accepted cheque on a chartered
along said easterly shore of lake, 2% certain parcel or tract of land and Canadian bank equal to 209', or the
miles In direct distance, with a depth premises situate, lying and being in whole amount of the tender must ac-
of 67 ciiains on said east shore, meas-| the City of New Westminster, in the company each tender. The cheque
ured at fight angles to the general Province of British Columbia, more accompanying the tender accepted
bearing of said easterly shore of lake particularly known and described as will be forfeited if the party tender-
within the block, containing an area Subdivisions 17, 18, 10. of Lot 8, sub- ing declines to enter into a contract
of 1,340 acres, more or less. urban block 9. or fails to complete the work con-
The berth must be surveyed with- You and each of you are required to traded for, and each cheque will be
in one year afterthe date of the no- contest the claim of the tax pur- returned immediately in case of non-
tice awarding  the berth.                        chaser within forty-five days from the acceptance of a tender.
The regulations under which a 11-1 date of the first publication of this The Department does not bind it-
c-nsewilfbe Issued, also printed notice, otherwise I shall register j self to accept the lowest or any ten-
forms of tender and envelope, may he   Francis C.  Honour as owner thereof der.
obtained at this Department or at the In fee. And I direct that publication Newspapers Inserting this advert-
offlce of the Crown Timber Agent at of ihis notice In a dally newspaper j isement without authority from t -
N'ew Westminster, il. C.
NOTICE.
I
N'OTICE Is ';
I ij s after date, v ��� Intend to apply to
the Hon. Chief Commissioner of
1. ei, is and V irl - for a special
licence to cut ai I carry away timber  from    the    following    described
Each tender must be accompanied
v.  an acce; I id cheque on a chartered
bank in fa voir of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the am-
��� :nt  of    the bonus which the appli-
anl i- ; rep ire l to pay (or a license.
No tend telegraph will he en
tertained,    The highest oe' any tender
  not ueci - - tril;    -ea epted.
PERLEY 0. KEYES.
Secretary.
Iven that 30   Dei artmi nl of the Interior,
Ottavi i, April 24th, 190?.
published   in     New  Westminster  for Department will nol be paid.
thirty days shall  be good an.l  sufflct- P.   GOTJRDEATJ,
.-in   service hereof. Deputy  Minister of  Marine  aud
Dated at  the Laml  Registry  Offlce, Fisheries.
New  Westminster.  Province  of Brit- Ottawa, Canada. 28th May. 1907.
Ish Columbia, this 19th dav of March.  "
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the estate of Charles
Blair, late of New Westminster, B.
C. deceased.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY GIVEN pursuant   to   the   "Revised     Statutes     of
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Oeorge W. Jamleson, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
and those' claiming through or under
them,   and   all   persons   claiming  any
Interest in the said land by virtue of   British  Columbia"   1897,  Chapter  1S7,
any unregistered instrument, and all  tll.l(  ,lH  creditors and others  Having
NOTICE. persons claiming any interest in the j claims against  the estate of the said
  said  land  by descent, whose title is Charles Blair, who died on or about
Take notice that, thlrtj  dayB atfer not registered under the provisions of   n10  20th day of  April  1907, are re-
n-  I   intend   to   make  application  to   the   "Land    Registry   Act."   shall   be   quested  on  or   before   the'
I
NOTICE.
lands,  situated  In the coast  district
Beginning at   n   posl   planted  head the Chief Commissioner of Lands and forever  estopped  and   debarred from ,];lv 0f .June.   1907,  to  send by post,
if small baj  south side of Broughton Works for a license to cut and carry setting up any claim to or in respect prepaid or deliver to the undersigned
island ahout one mile easl of Hooker ..way timher from the following des- of  the   said  land  so   sold   for   taxes solicitors  for Roderlc Sample and Dr.
l.agoon, thence north  10 chains, west cribed  lands, situated  in  New West- as   provided   by   the   "Land   Registry Edwin .1.  Rothwell,  executors  of the
It
that
11 'U 1 tee make application to
ilssioner of Lauds aad
;' n license to cut and ci	
from the following j .--
SO chains. n--it:i 80 cliains, east
1 hains, south 40 chains, east
h iins. south .a chains, east
. halns, south 10 chains, west
chains to point of commencement.
THE   M'LAUGHLIN   LUMBER   CO
40  minster district.
40     1.   Commencing at  a  post  r,et   on
in the south bank of Cypress creek about
in  three and a half miles west from Silver creek, thence north eighty chains, |
asl    eighty    chains,   south    eighty
Act."
LTD. chains, and west eighty    chaina
to
i
\
Vancouver, B. C, May 27, 19e>7.
point of commencement.
2.   Commencing at a post set close
to  No.   I   stake,   thence   north   eightj
eighty    chains,    south
li-.!:.
r
1i.-ii>
         --��� ]    Each tender
1 30 chains; ihence east SO | ]iv .... flccepted che |Ue on a chartered
1 bv nn arci'.i,.
���hence   bank in favour of the Deputy of the
to point of commence-    ...   ,. r ,.,,. interior,  for tbe- a.n-
 ���  .       Ill,    11 ,   ,.       V M O l.     U
''  north sn chnins; thenc
. to noini ,.f _....,,���,,.,.,-,.-   Mlnl9ter 0f the interior
ount of the bonus which the appUcan
a     post -j, p,,,parei n. pay fora   '    '
c
I
���mmencing    at
mile   south    of    James I " The'highest or any temier not nee-
��� 1 post;    thence west 40 e8sarily accepted.
" south SO chains; I'l.-nce- No ,',.���.|er b;   teli ;raph will be r-"-
"::   ;     thence   north   so tertained.                            .���.,������
    wesi    tu   chains, to PERLEY G. KbYJao,
"mmencement. S^etary.
FORESHORH   LEASES.
Notice' Is hereby given that, 60 days! chains,   west
after  date,  1   Intend  to  apply to the eighty chains, and east eighty chains
!i in.   Chief  Commissioner  of  Lands t< point of commencement.
3. Commencing at a post set close
to No. 1 stake, thence west eighty
chains,  south   forty  chains,  east  one
and Works fora lease of the foreshore
right for  booming and milling   purposes, comprising the whole of a bay,
given  the  name of Independent Bay, hundred and sixty chains, nortii forty
- tuated aboul two miles south of the chains and west eighty chairs to point
north end of Cos;; Island, on the east  of  commencement.
hank of Kltlmat Arm, and ahout two      1.   Commencing at a post set on the
mlb s south from Kildala Arm. nailway   bell   line,  d's'.ant  ahout   six
JAMES SHAHPK.      Department of the
Interior.
Located April Sth, 1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY,   Locator.
FRANK VANDALL, Agent.
miles north of the north   shore   ol
Harrison   lake,   thence    wesl    eighty (
ch .:. .,    ie irth    eighty    chains,    east'
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
Following is the location and  number of the fire alarm boxes in the city;
5���Asylum.
0���Royal City  Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth,
8���Royal avenue and Eighth,
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���SI.   Mary's  Hospital.
12���Second and Park Row.
11���Columbia  and  Dufferin.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's   avenue and   Sixth.
2!��� el avenue and Second.
26���Fifth  avenue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
22��� Agnes and  Sixth.
21- s-), tike Machine Works. ,
22���Columbia and McKenzie.
21',���C. P. R.   Station.
42���Small  and  Buckland   Mills.
last will and testament of the sued
deceased their christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions, tbe
particulars of their claims, the statements of their accounts and the nature of the securities (if any) hell
by them.
AND FURTHER    TAKE    NOTICE
that  after   such   last mentioned  date
the said executors will proceed to distribute the  assets    of the    deceased
i among   the   parties   entitled    thereto,
' having, regard   only  to  the claims   of
I which   they  shall   then  have   notice,
I and that  the said executors will not
he  liable for the said  assets or any
part thereof to any person or persona
eif whose claims notice shall not have
been received by them at the time of
such distribution.
Dated  this 22nd.  day of May, 1907.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE,
Solicitors  for said    executors,    Trap;)
Block,   New   Westminster,   B.   C.
____________________
wm THE  DAILY  XEWS.
VVEDVESDAY
JUNE,
SPECIALS
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS   FRUITS - Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE,  in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
ONI: MAN IS SAVED
BUT NINETY DROWN
Wreck of Santiago One of
the Worst Marine Disasters For Years.
GOOD BUSINESS OPENING
A quarter or a half interest for
sale in a flourishing; Sawmill business. Only ill-health would make
a man retire from such a profitable business. About $JOOO 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 SHEET. FOOT OF SIXTH. M WESTMINSTER
Santiago, Chi'--. Juni 25.���11 is officially announced by : he Pacifii
Steam Navigation company that , nlj
one passenger was aboard the Santiago, which was wrecked in a heavj
squall five miles north of Corral, and
be was drowned. Th< only survivor
��as the fourth officer, while ilu- rest
cf tlie crew numbering i"1 persons .-.:; I
Including twelve English officers perished, sn tar as i'.in :���< asci 'tained.
Only one boat was launched and ::
was dashed ic x e-, - e-i the rocks
after drifting for several .:.;>s.
The Pacific Sti-..ni Navigation ccm-
;ea:i>   .i.e.-   :���< ceived a  ca: li ......     con-
firming I hi loss ol thi steamei Santiago    Thi   vesa I �� as ��� i ��� i chi
ly in freighl trade an 1 hi passengers wen mosl: traders twe�� a
wesl   coasi   ;, rts     Tl ..-   ���
mainly South Ami i< ..;.- v.". ��� a
�� recki : thi   Santiag    was ��� e ling
to Valj arls .
The  Santiago  left  Corral with  hi r
engines out   of or ler as a resull    !
- tho storm, and instea 1 o! ceediag
to  Anoun I   sh(   starti I te - turn   t
Valparisi . a mm b gi ��� at< listan ���,
She .-.::::. I on. ; ass��::.- an lacn *
ol nin< ly.
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Percale, Chambray, etc.
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Each $4 to $16
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247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
P. O. Box   345
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Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St    Tei. 65
New Stock Patterns
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