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 jite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
jlumbia St. Phone 85
VOLUME 2, NUMBER 13}
\jBK��wi w Asse||iute, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
J UN 141907 NEW/WESTMINSTER. B. C.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1907.
vY>/Cr0FMAi p C:
Hi CENTS PER WEEK
UT05 AM) PA 7/.OL5      EAST AND WfST MEET   STEVESTON CAR-SMASH  BRITISH SUBJECTS IN
KEEP BOARD BUSY     IN MATCH TO-NIGHT    INJURES PASSENGERS        STATE OF SLAVERY
idesmen   Endorse  Port  Moody  Motorbus   Service   a?
Listen to Lengthy Diatribe From Captain Battson
On Protection of the Fisheries. <���"
[intermediate Teams Strengthened For Game���Stick-
handlers Plentiful in City.
Head-On Collision W. McColl in Critical Condition
At  Vancouver Hospital.
H. M. S. Shearwater Returns With Queer Story of  Human
Chattel Trade in Galapagos lslands---Unfortunates
Will Be Released���Encounters Quake.
9
from  Gil-
	
M       ���  ���
u       '   - tlon
of an automobile   fern he I she
. .���,,, ,, Xew Westminst* i an I  I .ate.
��� ]   ���   long   discourse I
��� ��� .  m.   ii  Vancouver, on
...  ... tt*    protection for .... p
.   ,.     ip north  i.e save  rivi      ���      of ice il     ng the *
th*   incroaching of Am* ri-  Mr. (ill       ���    -.      hat he h
... :,' the two prin-   at a mei Itizens last win.
.   ���.   which  occupied    the  tei        the
,    lasl   night.
��� ii_   v.Imi  has  bi -ii   . I-
.-.,,- iblishmenl of an aut i-
Thi' We nd an Reginas in-
'   ���   . will clash    in    a
i d game    il  Qu* en's  pai .  this
ng, when f the    < st gam* s
son .     ...���������:.     i;
strengthi n< I   sine*
M      v'% game will
everal of th : oth* r
��� ������ ��� retained    on    the
'��� ims.     Tl   re      ���    n   large
. ��� a e* n     here
I    ��� ii   some tin .   past,
ne*  in-   to   pr*   ��� m
- ..    This sch* n,
Ml.   1
nt-
hls
has
I -Mir.iieli'   con3iderati m
N'ew   Westminster's  pro-
| men,   em I   Mr.   .\la.'-
[    .,     well i. i eived ,inel iin- pro-
�� roughly discussed,
e general sentiment of the board
: ���.    ������ thai the proposition was
a many way-;, an I if the
pan    ���-   successfully  operated,
tcial   i I   "ill   be   readily   forth-
Bii.-     I.   \.   Cunningham     spoke
of   ih.-   scheme.     II"
I- m l\ anlages   which   this
���woul ""in an efficient ser-
betwe*:.   In' two points, and also
I' . ���       ���  ol stacles which would
e'ercome,  the  chief  one
th*  Pe     Moody hill, which, un-
were  done  to   1* ss* n
.    ��� nnl ]   render  the  schenre
lacticable.    Several  other  gentle-
1 presen: were of the same opin-
W  R.  Gillej'   suggested   thai   a
.   ���    il   iround the hill.    II  w is
I Ihai the transportation com-
lunction '.viih  Mr.  Mac
V ughly  go  Into the unt
itle  ground  over,   with
. ��� tting thr necessary funs
feasibility of the plan
In- ii*-.!  meeting.
wliii'h  the   committee
���'    Marl lon ild gel together show
omplished, ll is mosl
li" bo .nl of irnde will
the scheme and have
lit)   of the si ��� ������ Ice repre-
n ovinci il  gov* i nmenl
made to * nllsl   th li
���"������'���'':<    road     I etween
Pe  rl   M  eee |y.
was about  to take steps  far the h s in the city wh
: .; V mc*   ,-e    boat al . ���   '   '  aching :' '   '- - t*   gi I on ��� i
$Vo leer day. ami had offered i'he ser-i"    ' :"   '   ' v'"ith   '    ' ";"     ': "
'  i.e draw ��� m, the i lanag* rs of thi
eices     f hi I     nd
onsid*       I    lov ���"���   price, con-
'  :- : the large     -
' ��� ,e I  of the tug i     '.'- ��� ettei
results  than a small  Iron  I   it.    Mr.
Gilli ���- unt came  I
���   of i:i" scow and $12   :"��� i 1 he tug,
. hich  i i lei Ing  thai   the  firm ha 1
paid a considerable amouni foi sheeting the scow with iron for th< job, and
nses connected with repairs after .,,   ,���,  ,,
., ..   , ,     who   will   fill   thi
they were through, was littli  en* igh. -
Mr. Gill* > dl i nol wish th*
of trade to 'ee ar the whole c ist, but
thought that ih.' mill owm - i ' ������
cil.-. cot.mil shon] 1 help in the matti r. as ��� '".���;." v. re unanimo is in th* ir
opinion that the work perf rm ���! by
���ii" scow and tug was the means of
o| ening *he rivei two w* * 1 - sooner
than would otherwise have been the
< ise, The secretary, V E White,
was instructed te' send the ""count
together with a letter of ��� ������ tion,
!.. the city coruncll, wishing the  mem- I
bers to acl in the matt* r.
Mr. Gilley wished    the    na      ttion
i ommitt* e to end* avor to si   tr*   bet-
������ -   protection   foi and
whleh   were   oper il ini    i n   the
liver during thc fishing  seas n   Dur-1
f i shi n
Impossible for a tug ��� sl amer to
come up !ii" riv* - �� Ithe ul I ��� ���;11i11u
entangled In nets, which In many
��� ��� put the owners of Ihe mus to
considerable expense,    lie' citi I casi 3 ,
r ; ���  .-   oats had i econ nl mgled in
nets, and though they had won out in
- ������ rm* dii      tean    fee] thai lhe;
. : ",  an; '���       loes not mai
���.,   s oi i   show ing    '      : ��� tire    without
ii : bances of the t* an .
In  the  W< sl    En i    lineup,    H
Johnston, i i tb*    I* fi n    . ��ill bi   replaced   ley  Mills.    Warwick  will play
at   ...v. .��� oint    taking    th
the lav.  courts, il had cosl m i ��� than
 lo? :;:-> I
vacated by \. I I* y, while the- home
will be strengthened by McPha I* n,
I I ins'.K H
��� lacing Swans m. The oth* r plai ��� i a
will hold down their usual positions,
The Reginas have shifted several of
th* Ir men, bul only a couple of
. hi ng* s   ha ."   i - < n   ma le,     Robei I -
��� ni iimi;. or " ... m ' fe .:m: ai SI con,;
def* ii. ��� . If h< . mm ��� put in an ; -
pearance, Mann.ering will be given the
I osl ion, while Allum will be pla( i .1
ai inside home. The other pla ��� i
with the <-v eption * ��� Ken Brown nl
i' nter, nill e shift* a* k on : ost-
lion.
Bai ��� Ing I ���'.-���-. the lineup of the
loams will be:
West End G u 1, Munn: point, M ir-
shall; coverpoint, W. Warwick; first
le '- nce, !'.. Galbrail h; seci nd d* fenc* .
Mil's, third le fence, W. Sangst* i
c* nt* r. Hal ' ihn ' m: third home, D
Bartlett; second home, !���:. Warwick:
fiist home i,'. Sangst* r; outside hon ',
Siiring;   Inside home, V.   McPhadden
R* gina: Go il, Eichoff; point,
Pearson: cov* r - oint, Fitzgerald ;
' irsl defen ��� . M -. i thur; second defence,       ;   ,.itse n:    third     defi i
cenl.:.   Bi   wn;   third   home,
\  hea i-' n collision oc* irred a
eight     cloi . ... thi   St* .' ston br, ... h
..; the B. C. !���'. R. ' om i mj  yestei
. \. mi:,: ,   Se\   ral people   weie injure I. ,
some of them, I     -   f*   red fatallj.
Pull pai tic ilars o   I n   liaaster coul! j
.   ..   aim i   lasl   night, but  It    ;
-   ,.. n that the ac< i I* nl  occunred  as
a   mistake  In  oi ders.  I h      I wo    cai a
. oming   tog* th* r   aboul   a   mile  from
Vancouver,     Several    el   tiie   injui ��� .1
- -"iimi rs   v, ,M.    taken     to    nearby
ises   to be cai   ,   for, and  mi   .hi s
account, n im* s  coul 1  not   be obta
:     Th*   moi.   -. : i uislj   injured were
��� ���   : em* ������ '1 to 'I." Vancouver hos-
tals, Among th* s< latter is William
McColl, brother-in-law of George
Turner, of this ci'y. who was rende r* I
unconscious through having his skull
fractured. A telephone message from
ilie Vancouver hos;,iia) at two o'clock
I Is ii oi ning said thai there was vei y
little chance of the man recovering,
Mr. Turner left here yesterday evening, and remained In Vancouver aTJ
night.
Th. first report received here said
' that twenty-two people hail been Injured, bul this was exaggerated. Not
' ire ihan twehe persons were' seri-
e isly injured, althbugh everyone on
the car suffered from the shock. Both
ears were filleil to capacity al the
of   th'   ..: ; i,l"iit.
If the . ha I pal I th* cosl d* manded
I y   tie.    fl  In ���       ,i  liis
gear, n hich in mi i easel ��� i owing
��� . 'iis own n* gligenee, He kn* - of
one case where a fisherman ha i de-
libera   ly casi his n* '   :''  fi  nl of
Sprint: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mannering; second home, Morrison;
fir ��� Some, \. Smith: outsl 1" home,
C. Smith; Inside h" ime, Archibald,
Strike   Negotiations   Off.
I'i "i  Arthur, June 12. Negotiations
etween the Canadian  Northern rail-
iffiiI Is and lhe striking fr* ight-
;   ��� Hers  lu..'" 11. d  called  off.    Superintendent Brown says the company
..i'i    nol      ihmil    to    the   constant
��� -. :, ii ,'n'ieilv   decided   to
,;. I  the  strl       . ���''  ainl   take    other
��� ans ni' handling ill"  freight.
At a mei ting of the men a difference 01 opinion develoi ed as lo v. hi tli
."  they should   I ake th* Ir time  fi   ni
my,     .-'"me'   ili'in. in     this
ronstll ite    a    sui render,    bul
many  advocated  that the  money    he
taken nnd the work of organizing thc
union le*' continued.   None of the men
sn far has applied  for his time.
i I  the m* eting. Ca I
��� '  r* sti -|  in  the   halibut
���I   that    ii"   Ameri-
1 ntinually i ncronching on
�� it* ' ^    II.   talke I  al   con-
lh   i n   ��� 11-  subject, and
���"   things     were    all
rotee tion system, the
'    iround  win n  nce el.
ui aniea   .. re   hoe' I-
Ith s, and " rndi   il
Ired.    ii,.  wish ,1 tin'
' * pass a Btrong resolu-
Hcally meant a dicta-
- ��� ' ernnn nl    ���      to     .he
'   Canadian   fisheries
il    te d,
'""    in   cutte -   oughl
lon    in.I privi-
1    n men were
11 he ii.'" :,, pm in-
11 li   foi   thc  : urpose i f
h* Iter,  done  away
lie   aid, th 'i c.uia-
1  wan Hi*' Full  benefil  of
���   fishln
'",''' "���'������ ��� tlon to Borne
"i''-   -e marks,   nn. -
��� I iting to iin- cap-
Kestrel, who i c ,|,i. Batt-
| "' is being altogether un-
���he   position  which   he
""   "' ma h    n   ble speech,
,;' v"i'11 Points had Capt. Batt-
���    rather flustered
Thrlft. who wished  to make
on the subject, started
'" !,!" Dominion governmenl
: 'fl'onsible,    A governmenl
'"",M ""ow  Americans to
^nnillnn rights, he said,
than  useless,    n
,:'" '"' ���" hissnbjeci nicely,
" meet,nR  bid  fair to  resolve
$ Mr.  MacDonald.   Captain |boa(  so ,|s ���, ,��� .,M(, to f,iajm com.
��� ensal lon      He  did   nol   wish   in  any
\* ny  to hurl  the  fish* 11 ien,     il con-
Idi ''"'1 that  some rights  ���  i ; I   o be
'  .". ed     '. ��� -���' '     .   crating    on    tin
river.    As  ii  was, the
BIG TIMBER LIMITS
SELL FOR HIGH PRICE
TACOMA-VANCOUVER
ROAD COMES NEARER
Yi, toria, June  12    Having comple
ed   he      ilssion   ���-    Ci ntral    Vmei Ie ���
und  the i lalai agos Islands, th*   Bloop
of   war   Shearwater  arrived    in  port
est* : d ij   afternoon  afti      a   voj ag '
��� s ' nding   over  some   72   daj s,     I'. ,:
visit  to tin-  Pacific seal oard  was  foi
' .   m ii pose  of protecting  Brit Ish  interests In \ lew i ;' the Inti i ��� tep mil   in
war which has been in pi igre 3, li"i'
missie -i to iii" Galapagos Kan Is. de- I
tails  ol   which  were broughl   to  porl
. has   not   previously    lee in
in I an 1 i-e of .: highly interest- ,
icter.
I'm Ii    Instru* lions   i un the British
: ' altj at Whitehall, the Shear
��� roceeded I ) the Galapagos
m: .-. of Islands I i Inqulie into a
state ,: slavery which was saiel u
exlsl there. The alleged slaves wore
British subjects, natives oi the Wesl
India islands. The- Galapagos Island
belong to the republic of Ecquador in
South  America.
Some   time  a.ei  two   American  bot-|
snists   were   pursuing  their  scientific i
researches in the islands when some1
We st   inilians then'   Informed    them
thai  they  were being held in a  state
.1 slavery and were nol  permitted to
leave  the  country.    On their return
������   ���' .   United .-stains, the botanists in- ���
formed 'lie governmenl  ai  Washing- j
ton   and  ibo  United  States  al    once
ommunlcated    with   Great     Britain.
i he  affair was  put in  the hands of
the    Admiralty.     Instructions    wor.'
cabled  to the Shearwater to proceed j
��� i Galapagos Islands and to ascertain ,
the true stat.' of affairs there,   The
i- snll of the mission was ascertained
��li. n   v.,   Shearwat* i   n ached    port
5 esterdny.
l;   appi ars thai nearly  a  year n.n >
ime thirty Wesl Indians made their
way to the Galapagos '-lan.Is. where
they were engaged to work for a period of siv months, Thi Ir work consisted In making the primitive bread
upon which the natives oi the country
live. The wane's paid were exceptionality low with the re sull that the
Wesi  Indians, In order to be able to
COMMENCE   MAKING  BRICKS
exist, had to draw thei -. ad
vance. At the end of the i ^ nths
': was found that the Wesi Indians
owed i heir emploj ers a . i ��� sum
:' 'ninl".', which they were un ible to
pay. Thej were tin n Infoi med I hat
i!:.'\ would have to oontinue �� n m
until they had wine,] off the deficit,
anil that then their services would
I* ��� dispensed with, and thej could re-
iiirii t.e theii homes. The :' presen
latlons made by the Wesl Indians
were to the effeel thai when they had
completed the worl, for th'eir task-
mas;i r i thej would then have u ,
money to take them back to their own
country. They moreover complained
ilmi they were badlj treated and were
in  many .respects  slave's.
Caplaln Allgood. of the Shearwater,
has reported to the admlraltj the result nf liis observations, and the con-
(Mtlons under which the West Indians
are held al Galapagos Islands, and
it is expected thai the British government win order the num to be de-
��� oi led  from tli*' islands back   l o the
Wesl    Indies.
Throughout the time the Shearwater was in Central American waters she saw nothing of the fighting
which was supposed to be In progress.
According to descriptions from those'
on board the mosl startling experience which the vessel encountered
wis an earthquake. This happened
laie' ai niLiht while the sloop was lying
off Acapulco. Suddenly a terrific
shock was fell like the rattle of an
anchor chain through a rustj hawse
hole, The seas which was comparl-
tively smooth seemed lo shiver as
if in trepidation of a coming Btorm.
Those on board thoughi '.v i mom-
ent tliat tbe vessel had grounded.
There was a general rush on deck.
Venn more slight shocks were fell
and ihe convulsive movements were
nf a terrifying character to many on
board who had never experienced
them before. The earthquake seems
to have been more' pronouncd on the
water  than   on    the    land.    Si veral
houses    were'-   wrecked     at    A.Mp'ile.
imi im lives were lost.
CONFESSES   CRIME
ii  pr icl Ically all  lh* ir own . 'I'll
navigat lon i ommitt* e will "i    '���'       '<
lilt;   endeavoi   I     hav ��� lhe  m i   ���
ttend   I to in tin   near ful mmm
en had I$200,000   Paid   For  50,000
Acres   'if   Laml     A   Big
Mill To Be Built.
TEN   WERE   PLUCKED.
I
Four
Candidates   Successful
iistry Examination.
In   Den-
Vi. toria, .1 ine   12.-   J mes   V Mooi ���
S* ittle, C,  H   Lui rin,     lltl r of I'
'   ilonl -!   and   Forme -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ man of yV;'ii!''.  aui
jtalj sts,   todaj        d   to     high    \: i
Al tin   re "' i" exnmln itions, held in
.... . .    ,     Btron ���   and  i     I 'h ragoan
\ Ictm In,   under   the   dlrectiun   ol   Ihe
Pritish  Columbia   Denti I illon,
, nij  four doctors out e en ran    cn I he   north en
dl lai 's who - ere sue- L   imat* d  ' ������   i ���     r!   ..'.     .
ressful In obtaining certificates. -   ,,,   ...    .,       , .    n   .    .
a an ling   timbei Ing    of    fir,
.   ''���um Mpi'.ie o and    emlo        The ex-
������  Bum  raid  is nol  disclosed hut It
IDi   R. F. Verrlnder,    I ' In, pre-
,. hi,nl.   an I   marke I   the     papei      on
ractI    I worl        lln     McLaren and
S e in .mm "' V mm "iver:  Dr, Smith
'-'    .   V '
��� n ������'   of "ai. ���' d ac ibi     :
. " '    ;.
. ���;   \-  ..,.,,,. were
theory.   They we
. ���   Ka nlooi ���.   Dr
if V neon .. i. i1
Armstrong,      a I
Nanaimo.
and D . McD n il I,
Im    . 'ii
Dr. Thomas Levy
W. J. Rntherfoi 1,
Torington Herd of
Dr,   McGregor,    of
in-
^^^      WilK ^^^
was  begin- I'l'riangli
.. . ,    .       i>.,,,;ri
is approxlmat* Ij   $2 1,
Tin' buyers will al once, a1 an expi nse of $500,000, i rei i a bii Itimb* r
plant ai Quatslno sound and erect the
nn sl extensive pulp and papi r mills
on the coast,   Th ie i   an abun I :,
 [ol   walea'   power on   H   ; i'.1 < 11 ..   'i'i.'M
Wireless  Stations. I syndicate  expects  l.  devote  mosl   ol
Victoria, B, C, June 12.���Tin   Jnp-   iti   lumber output to tli- Grand Trunk
anese  governmenl   has established  a  railroad, for ties and telegraph poles.!
,,:   :,..    teli -a h station al  Choshi, and also for tiie sawed lumber for   hi
���ear [nuboy*   lighi  n'11'  ',l" Canadian   building of towns along tin   rout'   of
governmenl  is arranging to * stablish
a station ���"   Bamfiel i an I another at
islan I, wh   '" b1.  i Into   the
i   coasl
: i." new transcontinental line.
The pulp and paper will be largely
told   In Japan  and   Australia,    Il   is
of said thai   the Oregon  paper mill
    ,���  le80lve. Vancouver Inland, to allow    of com
"'��    "    Political    controversy   ratinlcation with Oriental liners, whic
'''' ,!- Gilley rose to a poini of  are ������^i"'''1"1'  '" lnBta" aPParatua :,s
'""' ������"*^m^a*^m , .,enus :,i-   completed
W
""' ''"'iifKled that"the
1. t8e,f "'  the  work  i���   haul.
;,Cve of Politics, which he con-
. '' "". !":| o��l of the question.
y '"" ""ference broughl   tli"
'���'" '" o^er, and after
���acifie   ol'f   H   I.r'hweeil ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Inland, i<> allow   of com-1 Wllllarasite    hav*'    offered    to   take
, which I seventy-five  tons of pulp every  day
,<im. the new concern.
both
The C. I'. R. Bteamshlps have ordered
.Inpnm        sl nt It u   1*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
ants recently heldiMusselwhlte desires to return lhanka
Tll.'
The
Card cf Thanks,
family of the late Mary Linn
'    rk.,   ti
ll few
" matter was i-
apparatus.
show thai communication from -sea is to their many friends  for the   kind
nossible twenty hours al least before sympathy etxended  to  them  In their
steamships reach port, re.enl bereavement.
Sale of Everett Electric Corn
pany's Franchises Menus
A Step Forward.
Bellingham, June 12-   Stone eL WeU-
:   i...',       .. ghl   ��� be  .iue and  fr.  i-
. ���   i Everett 1 llei trie Co., in
....    cit;    md  In   Snohomish    c uu y,
Phi i ������ losi        hei   im.mi  in   | he   Ta-
. a \'.ea. ��� ivei   line and rend es Us
, ��� . I ������    !   , I ��� i ��� rtaln'i
I'h    ��� , ���   ��� ��� .,   bu .  i wen j ���
.    . dl road in . p..a. an.   On ���
.    exiei       lorth and      ith through
at ci I poi mil . Stom   &   \' ���
61     '   .   .       eill..     Up    I iie'       -MM ,     .   [I ue, .'
��� i lng .,   ; rnuchlse  or  laying a  o
of truck.    In  a idltion,  this i imp   i
i     ,:    n    ran hises  which   will
.--i ine &  Webster bull I  from one
.-i le i ( Snohomish county lu the other
v ii iii.'.ii iiin.'i auce,
i ii" pi i, ������ paid Mr. McChesney for
his electrii In Idin i aoi given out,
bul it Is known to bo couslderubly in
excess of $1,000,000, VVebb Sander,
who bull! ��� ���   9 mttli  Tacoma Into ur-
v hlcli     -   now   tii"  properl,   ��� :'
.- ���. ne & \.       er, is 1 uilding an elei
.... i nori le from Seattle. Ii Is In
���   en i i in : i a dl tance ol nearly half
to   Evei   Ll   and   il   19 a  com] n
ativ* ly e as     natter lo * _Vj_r the Map
w*. n  the  north end    of Sand*'.;
ro id and I b*  southern terminus of the
I'.veretl lin*.
Norih of Everett _orn_ big bridges
���,ill be requiri I, notably over the Snn-
. ,'i ii and Skagit rivers. Bttt from
&ft. Vernon to Bellingham and on to
\ ancouver, B, ''., tin re will be com-
Ively smooth sailing, The inter-
in':.an electric road under its present
plans will prove twice as valuable to
Bellingham, as if it were only bulli
.outh.
Prodeict     From     Fifteen     to    Twenty   Murderer  Admits   Matricide  or-   Mear-
Tliousand   a   Day. ing of Wife's Suicide.
Vici  ;!'. June  12.   Worl*    on    the     Karlsruhe,    Germany,    .^"i1"    l;'
tlon   if the Silica. Brick  *   Lime Karl Hau, well kn,own sociallj In'C
i company's  plant  al   Parson's    bridge man}', England and America, who h ..;
will be completed on Saturday and on been under arresl here for Bome time
Monday   of  n"\i   week   the work   of charged with the murder of hia nioth-
i malting bricks will be commenced. cr-in-law,  Frau  Moliter,    al    Baden-
George 11. Bradbury, who is super- Baden,  In   November  last,    conlesse I
,, ,.       todaj that he was guilty of the crime,
Intending   ibe   work     ;   I      illation,. ,     ,
I Ilmi s  confession   followed   the  news
V':|S iM ,!!" ,ir'    '   ���' : ',1    ���"'' Bald  thai   his  wife had committed sulcida
thai   the company  would   '��� -   -    rery ky throwing  herself In    a    lake     in
borl tl  ie have Its bricks on the mar-   Switzerland, whither she had gone af-
,       \,   ,m,, outa :    ths  producl of u'r the dottble affliction of thi   death
l.lanl   will    be     from    fifteen  I - '"' '" '   mothor M,H the nrreBl ":  h"1'
twenl..'   thousand  per da     . nd  aboul
husband,
twenty men  will  be employed. These      """  W" '  ''   .' '''   !     to(lay'
, and   ' ' intlng trai od' . ai
'' l<8'    ''    i"'li v'     " enllj   ������:       much  for  him,  a    li
���   ' *' .     ��� ;" '     ' ill ling | a In broke iov n and i onfessed    th il    he
M'liiltoba   .' I        I hey nre b* liif   u e ' was    gulltj   of  his    wife's    mo ie-'' i
. . |    ;,     ..   ... :, ,     | buildings. Th ��� deatil' ���'    ''''"' h      ' I ' Itherl i   tr* n-
,     , ,      ���        ,    ,         ., uoui ly denied,
finest 1   . In.  ichoel in     li        ���   ihe
Welllngto .     ... n ' trti led,  hn i
50, ma silica brick i  In   m     V.    only
Japs Withdraw Ouit.
pianl in Manitoba al the present time
h located al   Bausi Jon m  bul  another
Los   Vngoli -     June    i-\ -.Ti
Immigrants   who   thr atoned   a  week
i panes*
. ,    ago  in in Ing   mandamus  proc* edlng i
IS  slinrllv  In   be  sei   na   in   Hi"   prairie . ,    ,
agalnBt the county clerk  to    compel
inpl il, which will   a   lhi   I irges   of U1 ,,   .
: Ind in Canada,
Mi. Bradbury will loave nexl wi ek
hlm to Issue firsl papi rs to Ja| ahi se
applicants for citizenship In the Unit-
���                          '  eai States have abandoned their pur-
for lln' east and  ��111   -! ui  for b   ew                 , ,
pose   and aiiiiniinc.Mi   yi sterday    h il
la i ��� in Calgary to complete arrange-   .,        .,, ,        ���   ,,
I liev will accept Withe n furllier con-
I'lenls   Tor   Ihe   Install:!1 ion   er a   planl ,
i"st the ruling <>i ,u paiiment oi .m-
in  tbal  city also. I    ,      ,,       ., , - ..   ,,
migration  thai   subjects  ��>i   the  em-
i peror of Japan  musl  not  be granti d
Winds up With Eainncc 'lhe privilege of citizenship.
Victoria, .lum' 12 -A meeting of the 	
Victoria Day celebration committee Pope Refused Offer of $1,000,000.
���. ��� held lasi evening ai the offloe of Paris', June 12.���The Matin pub*
s. .ni. . i. iv Smart, when tEe ao- Hshes a dispatch from Rome saying
fount-', were passed and ri'comtiiendn- thai two wealthy American Catholics
tions Of cominltH'i's for next year's recently informed Tope Pius that,
celebration    received.    Accounts ag-1 Catholicism would make great strides
. I'lMi-aiiii. aboul $2,300 were received
and passed, leaving a balance of $200
out of the $2,600 appropriated for the
in America If ArchblsMlp Ireland
were made a cardinal, and they woul 1
al    one,,   donate $1,000,000    to    the
celebration by the city council. THe church. The pope, according to the
financial statemeni was eminently,correspondent, was most indignant at
satisfying  to  all   concerned. ' the  BUggestlOn  of such  a  bnrgaln.
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Thursda,
YOUR GROCER SELLS
NEMO
ARMY MEDICAL CORPS
WANTED ON ISLAND
Xanaimo Hopes   to
Military   Station ��� Class
May Be Formed Soon.
At
10
c.
PER PACKET
Xanaimo. .lune 12.���The Idea of an
iiiny   medical  corps    for    Nanaimo.
mooted  some time ago has not  been
dropped, and  is likely ere long to become  a   realii.v.    At   present   there  is
j no army medical corps between nere
and Winnipeg, On account of the very
|excellenl ambulance class in this city,
i the military  authorities offer  Nanai-
:'.il If they will remain long for they
are already pining for their wild free
fierce  life of their  native  mountains
I but  Norris  &   Howe have  pul  them.
J .selves under a heavy bond to return
them t" their native, land at the ex-
piration of the present circus season,
Secure j'i'he exhibition they give is said to
be wonderful and marvelous in tin '
wierdness of their customs and coro- j
monies. The men are.' super-naturally
strong. Their daring feats of expert
horsemanship arouses the wildest enthusiasm. The women play upon odd
musical instruments and ar*' the must
graceful dancers anil acrobats ibis
country lias ever seen. Upon the elevated stage in Ibe middle of the vast
arena of the Norris <_ Rowe circus,
the Newskyoff troupe perform a series nf strange contortions.   The aero-
Second-HandPIANOS
ORGANS,    RANGES,    STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS, ETC.
Rushton & Speck
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do  all  kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign   Man  on   Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
'SPROTT-SHAW!
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
330 Hastings St. W, Vancouver,   j
Bookkeeping. Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
b.itic is mingled with the singing and
m.i th,. chance of securing the corps Jdanclng and   whl]e it   is  .,���  n,,w  .������,
,lf'n'- strange to this country, still it isgrace-
It is not required that the services fu] in ,,���, extreme, by lhe very "\-
:.; compulsory. n is entirely vol- pertness of it all. The act Is one of
tintarily with the members of the absorbing and mosl intense interest
class, and as ii is for a humane pur- and nl!lst be scen to ,���, ful]v a|1|���.,..
pose there is no doubl but thai the dated. While Hi,. Newskyoff troupe
class will enthusiastically lake hold are exhibiting, every thing else will
of the Idea. The establishing of the come to a standstill, no other am lie-
corps in Nanaimo would be a ells- . |ng allowed lo interfere with ibe full
tinct honor for the class who would picturesqueness of ii. Tim costumes
i.e mainly responsible for getting it worn by the' troupe ar,' wonderfully
away from Vancouver and Victoria, beautiful, The an will be exhibited
cities are anxious to, here when Norris & Rowe's circus
would   mean ilu'  ex- comes  to  New   Westminster,  Frldav,
both  of   which
secure   It.     It
pendlture of   a considerable   amount
eef money her,, ami  it would   bo    an
institution   lhal   should   conflict   in  no
way wiili lhe principles of anyone.
'I'lie officers have all been arranged
for now, all medical men, and it i-e
likely lb,it the formation of the class
will   proceed   forthwith.
dune 14.
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEWS.
WILD  RUSSIAN  ACROBATS,
FIERCE   COSSACK   TROUPE,
BIG FEATURE OF THE SHOW
!
Seven Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in  Demand.
R. J. SP_9II, B. A., Principal
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WHERE TO DINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All Might
Charles Sassi'. the famous Europ* an
agent of Norris & Rowe finally secur- i
ed. after several  years' attempts, ibe
troupe of Cossacks and wild Russian
acrobats ami dancers which bears the
name of the Newskloff troupe.   Tb ise
people are natives of the wild Sieppe-s
of far nl'f Russia.    They acknowledge j
no sovereign ami the Czar nf all ilie
Russias   is   wise  enough   to lei   them
alone.    They   have   never   been   conquered and know no master save tin
chosen leader of their own particular
(lan.    They have a  love of will  adventure hut are seldom willing to venture   into  civilization   Inn   Mr.   Sassi I
painted the new country of .America
i" them in such golden colors ami of- e
fered tbem a salary that simply seem- '
ed   princely,  and see  tiny  determined
lo conic to tin's country.    I'  is doubt-
Westminster Iron Works
riKNERAL MACHINE A.\D l-.XUINF j
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, BRIUUJU and
STRUCTURAL  IRON    VVUK&       j
Ornamental   Iron   Wortc,   including
Pences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence ln
Ited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BTKEET.
New Wesuniuster. t*. o  ali  ,
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
EMPRESSES
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:8.000  (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN > 14,500
H. Power \ EMPRESS OF IRELAND i      TONS
Next sailing from Quebec, May 31st, [
(or Other elates and  particulars of re-
duetons in fares, apply to
Ki). GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Agent for all Atlantic S.S. companies
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WHEN we quote prices on our Men's
'   Suits and say "Excellent Spring
Suit, handsomely made and beautifully   trimmed,   correctly  cut,
etc.,  at   $10, $12,   SIS   and
$18," we are only singing- the same song
that every other Clothing House sings.
It's a song that is being sung these days by
clothiers all over the country.
There's no copyright on it   any clothier can
sing it.
It's it" trouble to quote prices and, unless you
see the garments at the price, the price cuts
no
figure
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vou get for vour money is what tells
We believe our
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quoted   are   better
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We have an excellent assortment of
light weight
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Just the thing for summer wear.
Also a splendid range of
WASH   SKIRTS
in Linen, Pique, Duck and Muslin.
I IK WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
_75 Columbia St.
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lately and heard the latest
Edison, Graphophone and
Victor records? Over 6000
selections, from grand
opera to music hall.
JUST RECEIVED
Large new consignment of
Dominion, Nordheimer
and New Scale Williams
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Established ls*7 Incorporated 1906
& ED..lovr)S
ters and soli- "
Colnmliia   stree
W. J. Whiteside. I
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loan.
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barristers, solicit' -
| flees:    New Westm i
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! Vancouver, rooms 21 I
i ville street.   J.seph M
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than others at a like price, ancl we ask you to examine them.
If they are not better, don't buy them���
don't think of buying them.   Put us to the test.
We are very strong in Children's and Boys'
Suits at extremely low prices.
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DEALERS IN
WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CEMENT.
This celebrated Ci n enl i-e
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
R08EBANK  LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   F)BR���.
NEW BRUNSWICK PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE    CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co,
ScWER   PIPE,    DRAIN     TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
Telephones: Office IG,    Manager's Residence 22
etc,
7' TraIlp
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Bourne.    Mr. Martin  wIjTbai?!
Westminster offices every priH
ternoon
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HOWAY,   REID  &
ters,   solicitors,
��WE8, Bar*
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street,   opposite   Cum-    ;j0U5e .:;
Westminster.    A. Whealler, p.rj
241.
GEORGE K. MARTIN, Barrister^
Solicitor, Guichon block, Cuia
bla and McKenzie stree
minster, fi. C.
���New i
W. MYERS GRAY. D g
an l Notary Public,  i      .,,.,.
1891 ni New Westn ia  er, B.C fl
flees removed to Curti I
fon   slreet, opposite   C       .   |
1    p.0   Box 169.   Tele] . ne 61
W.
F.  11 A X S K'i :. '     Bar ���.
Solicitor, etc., C
e orner     Columbia     a. I    M k-J
Streel 3,  Xew  We'Sl nei:,   ti      :',  i'
tOA,;.D OF TRADE.���New We__||
ster _.;i;iril of Trade meets In 1
Bonn! Iviotii, City  li        ,,[.,;.  I
Second .Wednesday ol      b    I
Quarte.ly meetings on :!i. sm|
Wednesday    of     Febi iary, ilif
August and  November, al _ p.g
Annual meetings   on   the  seal
Wednesday    of     February,   N.|
members   may   be   pr iposed
elected at any monthb or qu_r_f
meetlig.   A. K. Whf'e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
(.OYAL   CITY   PRECEPTORY,N(|
R.    ;:.    K.    of    l .   meets  I
Fri lay    of    each     n
;>.   ne.,   In   Orange   1 ill,  corne
Royal  a venue and  "tl
Journlng Sir Knights   i
viteel to attend.    W. I'   Dual ;
P.; .1. Hood, K" ���
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE.  NO.
- Meets  in  Orange  h ill I. ������'
third Friday In each month al ��� j
ra.    V'isiiin.   Iirelhren
invited to atteu I.     W. 1
James Humphrey, K''.- -
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. NO.
The regular meetings ol
are held In Oddfellews' hall, Co
bla  street, every  Mon       ���
at 8 o'clock.    Visiting
dially invite,] to attend,   S GreH]
X. i;.; c, S. Hie hmon ;. V
Coatham, It. S.;  J. W, Ma 0 '-
F. S.;  Alex. Adams, 1 ���
A.  O.  U.  W.���FRASER   LOCGE N
���Meetings the flrsl an I I
'.ay   in    each    month.      Vld
hrethren cordially Invite : '-1 '"'
Lodge room, A. 0. U. \
fellows'   block,  Cbo-' ������ n
S. I'm : Ipan, recorder;   Louis I
muster workman,
FOSE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE ��l
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND, B. >'<
ll"'l Rose Degree meets Se   nd ':
Fourth Wednesday of i
In  K. of  P.  Hull,' Colunil la SI ;
8 p. in.. White Rose l>.     -
Wednesday   In   each nmntl     I
time and place.    Visil      :;     I
cordially    Invited.      E   !;   "'   :
combe, Pres., II. Disn ���   Secret"
COURT BRUNETTE. No,  :'  ; !" I
���Meets the Fourth  l '  ���
nionili at 8 o'clock, In i'11' '' _
hall, Oddfellows' bl i* I '' 1
Iirelhren are cordiallj '
tend.   .1. )i. iiusiiii.il, C, K.l '
Maxwell, R. Q,
;���;   * Established iss; Incorporated 1906 J
I j Gilley Bros. Ltd I
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COURT ROYAL CCLUMGiA. No.��
A. o. F.���The regular m-- '"r'j
tills    Lenl"''-*   ',i-h   li.'l.e   eit.    II '
are held on the
ninl Fourth Tuesdays of each,:
Oddfellow?
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Visil iim lireilire, are cordial'
vjie.i to attend, i.. C. Firth. U;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF Tl I
PERANCE meet every Wcd.D,|���Jf
at s o'clock p. in.. In Odd���1';!
Hall, Columbia streei. vi��i
Brethren are cordially fnvite<11��
tend, Geo. Burr, S. Ci N R' Bro'I
Sec.
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8ON'0 OF SCOTLAND BENEFI^,AJ
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE '^J
CAMP, 191.���Meets on ll"' Flr,,, ffl
v|,'M'ell
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K.   of   F. Hall.     .John
Chief:   J.  .1.  Forrester.   II
TiinsiMfEiiisai1
PAPER FOI AOSfEfiTISEfS
*f-f  \ ,sDAY, JUNE 13. 1907.
THE   DAILY   N EWS.
hc Pn��   n! T .   atcs THE FAIR OF 1907 ODDFELLOWS GATHER    T '^..rV now ���d '* 1
lircus Day, New Westm.nster ��� ||y FftBff AT mm ;     INSECT   POWDER     :
���u I <W   CATTLE   WASH :
_<_*%/      _ _   - *,��____._.._���_ _t   'N FORCE AT N
DAY, June 14 EDMONTON   ,,
_    . .  _       . Grand  Encampment m An
Tw��� Performances at 2 and 8 P. _,. J(||    j   ��  3        j 4     n,K;,  ^J     ^.^ .
��� Q^stions Discussed.      �� RYALL'S  DRUG  STORE I
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TO   KEEP   OFF   THE   FLIES
$15,000
TO BE EXPENDED
��� IN ���
Horse Racing,
Attractions
and Prizes I
DO-Circus Champions and Celebrities-it!
vt
Formal opening by the Hon. G. II.
V. Bulyea, i ieutenant Governor of
A     rta.
II   Arabian   Tumblers
yaffi-o-c   Equestrians
Mess  Rough   Riders    23  Merry  Mirthful Clonr.i,
.....   Cocsaclsa
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NanainiOi     it.   C,   .lune     12.���The  ���
Grand Em tn | ra '-. C, of the I.
0. 0 .!���'., conven d here        thei    16th
annual   session   yest     la      G.   I'.    \.
enderson   Vane i ling.    In
addition to  the grand     lodge
tvork, th        i 111    ���     two tani
rjueslIons   ip fon d I set-
tlem* nt   this  bi ��� sion.    Thc  first   is  'i
al, notle*     '   moi   n   ol   ��
has been given, to thi   r*   re-
.entation of the suboi linate    to
grand lodge from Its  pn   enl nn :���.'������   -
ship in Io to a sti ma>Imum i   -
��� -. -. iM.. :   ,    ' twn 'from each su   i
EYES   Tested    Free #
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Best Slock Show in lhe West n_," - '���-.:
3   Seasctioaal   EquiliTjriete
20 Astonishing Acrobats
A Completes Jnpanase Oiroua
'\      Superb   Garland  Eatros
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Reduced   Railroad   Rates  from
a!!  Points.
Scores              ,ed Wil                 I Mrae'   M-   Fi?ke   and   15   NeW
Herds rJ Per/ermine Elephsnh j /crk  Artists  0n  ,he  2nd*
Camels. Llamas and Boj EncHcus Driving Club Races every evening.
Educated   Seals   and   Cer.   _.:__..-.   , * ���
Highest   Jumping    Horses! ''"r  Iu"  information   apply  to  the
Thundering Roman  Chariot   _...-._! Secretary-Treasurer.
____��     Trained impatfet! Aiabian Stallion.
.   Onlj Lady J.,r mese Artisi   ;:. Ai
tCO Shetland Pony Ballot
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
I    Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
lodges have, it is    lal      I by s ime, a
���   ��� end* ���   tint   ve ite li -��� and 1 i Ige
sessii n -     Th'e  redu lion  w mid    al   i
proportl mati 1    leer* exp* n ���
e.f gran '   lodge    meel and
wise economic the run Is ol th
der Tiie other Imp* rl ml Iss ie is ;
nroi osal to gi an! th* ''l' I ��� i eas In le ���
: e n lent legislath e powc s _i pre -��� n
tho lady members 'if the i rder ar ���
seiibordinate to the grand lodge, and
their constitution and bylaws are
drafted ley the sti rm r -< x. The
agitation for Independent legislative
: .ewer and separate administration of
funds lins bul recently arisen, an 1
no one sei ms prepan I to state what
the gran 1 lodge will do w Ith th ���
Iti lli . ' .. :\-:.in for Initiative ; iwi I s.
Tho extension of the ladies' franchise
n $12.75 up. I involves  a  new departure, and whe-
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 slock is to purchase.
Wedding Rings Our Specialty
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELER
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���   .        'A f["'MW-   Cake   Wniklr-.g   Hor
��� ^.m:^'^   Marvelous Picards
M^T)//,. "^nJ      r_l_h. o.n/l .  _'     1     i ' r\\ r-> ���' '"'��   doors   trom    _eo
^|i^^!v>B!^!^Stirk(10)Famib
W'/r^ ..���'',     -,,,.'"    """   Ladles'Gold Watches
\ \,  ����� _______ __������� iF'ii^-tiiii0 sTrcWt       Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open|ther the time i ! have I i 1
,.��� �� '   'o'k-.  ' ������*  .,"..!.'.    ..." .  "*-''���;~    face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Y.atches,   double
case, $7.50 up.
.U-i-n: for the celebrated Smith Bend
��� Watches, supplied   to   the    Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
rh   repairing;    charges   reason-1W.  11. Walsh. Vancouver;  G.  S.  W.,
able. T. F. Neelands, Vancouver: (I. S., Fred
POSITIVELY   THE   ONLY   CIRCUS   COMING ^^ ��� ^   ���_* " i   v     v, ,,,,   a ,     .,,,,
fl*<_> f *r\     trl*.  _J      i'M v.  l.'i.ly smilli;   O.  .1. \\ .. (n'i.  (,i-
IEMEMBER    THE    DATE ��pZ5U Reward       nm^
Xelson;  G. .1. S., E.  1-. Webber, Xew
^'* ft $ Grand Street Paraded I ��KS
determined   by   the  mature  delil era-
tions of tho grand lodge si sslon.
The election of officers to the grand
encampment result",1 ns follows: G.P.,
W.   ii.  Thorpe,   Xanaimo;   G,   !!.   P.,
CARR'S BISCUITS
in half-pound  packages
c per lb.
 A [	
_��_ i J
:j
Adams & Deans
ihingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY  j
Westminster; G, O. S., .T. \V. Arm-
Deserted    from    the    steamer      strong, Vancouver.
Woodford, at the    Fraser    River District Deputy Gr?ncl  Patriarchs.
Sawmn.s, a Chinaman, aged about Districl   Xo.   1���D.   S.   Mowat;   dis
trict Xo. 2, I!. Wilson: district Xo. :..
V. Rowlan Is: distrii: 4, Alex. Forri i-
ti-r: district 5, D. (I. Williams; district
G, T.E. Bate;  district  7. J.R. Hunter;
|^wrg_T_��g.--r.^sp^__r__.'K*''-^^-T"t^^
" Tha .Maple I.taf ForeVtr"
lhe Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
58, : Ive f* el nine inch* s In height,
sal]  ���-      mpl* sion, fai e ��rinlili I.
��� h :   in  shoul lers, was   we irtng
overalls    when     ast    seen,    rhe strict S, R. Clemi
abov* reward wi I be paid by ihe
- e; tain e:' ihe- S.S. Woodford to
anyone gh lng infoPma i* a causing
the ,.;:'���: ion ol the sai i
Chinaman.
i
J We heve taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, became it is C wiHdi I .   j
V.'__5h
he Canadian Bank of Commerce  Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
The newl' elected officers were Installed i>y the Grand Patriarch W, M.
Thorpe, assisted !'.������  Pasl Grand PatrT-
��� '" - Embleton, of Rossland, and J.
Be 11, of Victoria.
The' following commttt* i -��� wi r ��� appoint* I for the ��� n -m'iim year:  Flnnne e
Jn    m mr~ %-f.  I ���     W~^_f   ',,1!:in-   l>"'11  end  Armstrong;
���   B   M PT7, l^^i K..   8   .   tf    pondence,    Forrester,   Dempst*
Squires; bylaws nnd subordlnati i,
Dailey, Wi lister and Johnston; legisl i-
ti ". Emi ' lon, Denipsti r and Squire:;
prinl ing, P. Davey, I len lerson ->'i '
I *oni] 3ter.
PE.RFE.CTION
-    , .       (M. ple Leaf \i:
JT'JL Label)
IS MADE IN CANADA. AND IS THE PUREST A^ID BEST.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
I��� Hi-Hill   III illl i   I nailllllMI I
Majnif.icturer  of
Bank of Montreal
"J-up Ceepital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
Family Trade a  Specia'ty
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
1    VN'AI.KER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager.    Ttii 113
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED  STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
BANKING   BY   MAIL
i   ness   uay be transacted by m ai!   with    iny   branch   eef   the   Bank,
un- pened, an I   leposlts  ma I ��� 01   ��� th Irawn by mail.    Every
to out-of-town accoun t��.
NBTW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   B3VENINQS. 8 TO '.I O'CLOCK.
B ULLETIN
ireat Northern
l\'ii!lrori  Dollar Sale  Falls Through.
Vie toria,  B. C, June   12.- The 3ale
:  London of the Douglas Lake ranch.
CHice, Eighth Street, .flcola  valley,  comprising  nearly  one
new   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.        hundred  thousand  acres,  with  twelve
 thousand head of beeves    and    thr   ���
thousand horsi s, ror one million .1 il-
Inrs, announe i I \ prl] la st, has fall* n
through, Preliminaries had been
��� ranged and ll wns un lei tood I
necessarj capital v as bu bci lb* I i��T-
ter the reporl of an Independenl Inspector had i een r Ived, but al  . li -
baggage delivered    .rompiij' to   u.' [lasl   momenl   the  syndicate   failed
.art of the city. produce      e  necessary  capital.    II
not  believed th ��� live' si icl   los i
which were not  severe al   Mi-
had    inylhing   to   -l"  with    th
Westminster
Transfer Co
��� 'floe 'Pbone 18R.       Harn  fCone 137
Columbia bt.
Light and Heavy Hauling :;; ;
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and .Now foundland, and in London, England,
Now York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., nnd Mexico City, A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available win correspondents In all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
.unl Interesl allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00,
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
<:. D. BRYMNER, Manager
Office���Tram   Depot
Railway
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
failure of  the   London   ��� ip tallsts  I ���
take over the property,
REDUCED -
Round-Trip Rates
TO THE EAST.
Tickets on sale June 6, 7, 8.    For full
information call on or address
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Telephone 194
Victoria Day
Tickets will ho sold to all local points at
ONE PARE AND ONE-THIRD
for the round trip.
Tickets  on   sale   May 22, 2:1 and 24;
goi (1 to return up to May 27.
ED. OOULET,
(J. P. K. Agent.
Now Westminster.
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iOO Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
fraser River Tannery
Walled City Subs!des.
i leavj l iss of life is reported fi
Kwellln, Kwnngi I, South I Ihlnu, as n
result of the Budden subsidence <el
I'l.ri of the Inrge walled city. A larg i
in. . of hops nn.I dwi Minus suddenly
i ollapse I and burled the places ta th i
second story. A fissue of 100 yards
in length also app tared at Sinnj., in
the sum*' neighborhood, bul no loss of
life occurred there,
%
Highest Cash Price Paid
Hotel Guests.
Cul* In ni ���.1.   It.   Bunion    nnd    wife, I
Vleioiin;   a.   E.  Tabor,    Woodstock,'
Ont.;   A.  F. Hull, (!. A. Keefer, Vancouver;    .1.   ROSS,   Toronto;    Miss    \.
Klrby, Iiangley;   A, MatriBs, Vancouver;   Mrs. .1. P, Diamond. Vancouver,
Windsor���4tlss Elsie Bradford, 811-
verdale; Miss B. Mo.:". Seattle; D,
May and wife, Seattle; av. a. Seeley
and wife, Cloverdale; P, WIlHard,
Hammond: R. Lauonson, San Francisco.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Maniitacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEWS THI
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
_U>.E���   J
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
eihing   Company   Limited,   at   their
ffices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
e. a.
Paige Manager
Fine Salt���that dissolves quickly
on the food���flavouring deliciously
��� never   gritty,   never   bitter,
WINDSOR   TABLE SALT.
of course!
148
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED--A girl  ii  help  In  car-  of'
two babies and assist    in    ho is ���-
work; Third avenue, No. 421.
ADVERTISING  RATES. : making a distinction in salaries for the
_,.   , !,._,,..;aim*    1 fi coming year,   For some years it has
Transient    display    advertising,    IU ���
cent= per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .0 been payin-r sixteen dollars a month
the inch. Five cents per line for (eight months in the year) to all of the
subsequent insertions. teachers,   whether  with  diplomas    ori
ceXfpef 32T��S; 2T-S&Z without, *��e majority have no. had,
10 cents per line. "diplomas'of <in;  kind.   Now the muni-
For   time   contracts,   special ^.osl-' ripnlitv.    offers    eighteen    dollars    a|
tions. apply to a.ivertisins mMaser ji        teachers  holding model  or
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or.
deaths',  50c: " Wants,  for sales, lost-advanced  elementary  diplomas;    six-
or found, rooms to let, ��tc. one cent  teen a month to those hpjdlng cropper  word.     No advertisement taken nary ei(,men,-m-  diplomas;   fifteen  a
!^!L!^:L^t^^^^-^~-i^��ntli to holders of permits who have
... cpHONES I passed second or third grade academy
_      _���. . _.._>? and fourteen dollars a month to teach-
Day  Office    ""
Night  Office    B22;e��   "belo*   1   permit'-that   is,   with
  --���   no right whatever to teach."
FOR  SALE���A good  paying business,
the Arrow Job Priming Plant, g md
will as a running concern. Room
4,  Daily  Xews  Block. tf
<'.'"
}.OUT. .
THURSDAY, JUNE 13. 1907
\\>   trust   this   will   no:     cause    a
! .itamjiedp. of  teachers    from    British
.Columbia,  although    one  Bees    what
a strong temptation a salary of %\ i per
month  for eight  nionths in  the year
tniuhl presen' lo persons in love with
Iho  the simple life.
short 	
THE   COMING CHANGE
The other  day   we  expresse
opinion   thai   a   comparatively
time   ivoiild see the practical aband-
* nmenl   bv  the  United States    of it*
I   ....       .IV      UllllLUl...        .M        .1      OCl il
Pn te lion policy. In Collier's of Lbou| |hi. , ,,,. of .V.|V ,,,
June ������ we find an article headed
"Tarifl Reform in Sight," in which the
same opinion is expressed. After
pointing oul that Ihe Republican party, which has. uniier the lead of
Roosevelt, stolen a good deal of Democratic thunder, seems to be In the
aci of filching the lasl weapon���
tariff revision���upon which the Democrats relied, Hie writer goes on to
say that the Republican party may be i
f.
FOUND���A stray pig. owner can have;
same on applying at 180 Uth avenue
and paying for this advertisement,  j
WANTED���.Man   for  grocery    wagon.;
Must be gooel with horses and know
city  well,  good   wages  and   steady
employment  to   good   man.     Apply;
at once, C.  A. Welsh. tfl
WANTED-���Girls   to   learn    tailoring.
Apply 217 Front street.
TIMBER  LANDS���We deal  exclusively in timber.   Have large and small
tracts  on   water.    If  you   wish   ter-
buy or sell, see nee.   !��. R. Chandler,
407   Hastings   St.,   Vancouver.  B.C
FOR SALE���A small island containing
about 15 acres, close to New West
minster city. Can be used for a mill
site.      For    particulars    apply    to,
Gunderson & Anne's grocery.
JUNE BRIDES
Horace Dorer
We are glad to see thai ther s ia to
ie no diffl. ulty of a serious    nature
the Chilli-
1 v/ack branch of the li. C. E R. in '.'n-
tering the city; bul we hope the council will see to it that for what the city
gives there Is a quid pro quo. II I
not necessary thai the consideration
should be a substantial money payment, or in.k'i'ii anything more chan
j a full recognition of the city's righl
to require such payment by and by,
either   by   way   of   u   con. rile',:'ion    to
I revenue or, possibly, bv the construe-
fere* 1 into action more speedily ihan   ,,.���.   am,   maintemmce  n|-  it.    ..,,���.
.. desir, - by foreign conditions.   "Th,.  of S|u.��� work��� ;ls m ,,,..,... .,, ,(. ^^
administration   has   been   staving  off1
liostil*
Frani e     mi   - ,������ m.mm ������      mmm i ��� .
. j has grown  to  four  or  five times its
iMUtb  concessions.    I,   is a  question   present   population.   .md  tha,  ��� ,.���  ,a
whether these can  be made to work 1 not to ahead
lor lwee years longer.    Foreigners are
mn concerned with the intricacies and ������
,01 suen woi-Ks as are likely to be need-
ration has been slaving off Lfl along^e waterfront and the pleas,
ariff action on the par. of; ....e s,.oufe __.hen New We8tmlngter
and   Germany    by    hand-to- ' ��,.. r _>���       ���
.  n i<      n'invp     tn     1/1111'    /ii*    fin-.    11.11Q'    -if -
embarrassments of American politics.
They want what they want when they
want it. The ease of Canada Is still
more urgent. Canada already has a
new tariff with (hree steps, low for (lie
Government   Offers  Concessions.
Paris, June 12.���The cabinet council    specially    summoned    yesterday
morning to discuss the situation in the
south   of   France  did   not   find   much
British  empire,  Intermediate  for fav-  difflcute i;i deciding on the minister-
ored foreigners, and high for foreign-   i:i1 statemei11 '" !"' made on the subject  in the chamber.    The statement
"���is 1 have made no special ar-
rangemi nts. Sir Wilfrid Laurier is
now In Europe, trying to conclude. bar-
Fain with Prance, Italy, and oilier
continental countries, by which they
shall have the benefit of Canada's
intermediate rales in exchange for
concessions on Canadian goods. The
Fn1!, ! siaie-s comes under the hlghesl si de of lhe Canadian tariff, and
will remain so until it Is made very
decide Hy t" Canada's advantage to
'leal etherwise. Thai makes some
Am* rleai action n matter of consld- ]
orabl    urgency."
S*	
1
Arbitration.
/ i;v sees from Im to time such '
conl r li 'toi > state men a aboul I he
labor legislation of Australia and Xew
Zeala 1 ; and one finds these statements mn le the i asls of such extra-
or Unary ���argumenl -. I hal ii Is quite
1 efr* shlng to run across 1 plain statemenl fact, such as was ma le in
Monl .! the olher day as a s irl of
obit* II turn M1 .1 luncheon, by an
Australian contractor who was present, v':.!' relating the manner in
v. hich the employers h id heen forced
to coi il ine and watch legislation by
the growing power of the working-
man's inion, he sal I, "This has led to
lh* . Itral lon law s, hy ��Sfich, if n
di ��� . etween employers and
men. it   < an  be  referred  to    a    con-
��� liati      board, romp* - ������! of 1 wo represen of e icli   Id   wil h a chair- J
���1   ',;.     he   government,
' rd, aft* .   hearing  the    case,
cnn p un  awai I   bin ling    for    n
Iel     i     ill    ���
foi j        Ision cannot be   1 acl   I   1 he
i.iii; -   ���' ould   '    appealed  to Ihe nr-
Itra         board,   compose I  of  jud *os
of tin         : enu   couri    nd re]
tlvi            e employe!    111         pi
This :     nl sits a- a  court, an *    < an
call si   '1 witnesses ns It I hlnks     i-
* r. The a iis award has the binding
effect of law, whether it Is satisfactory : I "iii sides or nol. an I fl1".
can fix hours of labor, wages and
nthet uti I condll ions during such
pei i" a . s they decide upon. Each
side Is movi me I by ihis. and liable
to 11 altj irn refuses to abide by
the ' ng, The result Is thai contractors know where they are al for
terms if three or Fii e years al a time,
nnd can tender on work withoul tear
of a sl, Ike or lockout."
was  made  by Finaiir
I mix, who announced the government's
determination   to   energetically    sup-,
pre.-'-   the  wine Frauds.    In so doing j
he held out  iho olive branch to the
growers,  saving that   the government
was   prepare'd  ns an   Inducement  for
them   to  abandon   grape  growing    In
favor of other crops, to remit the land
taxes In such cases for five years, Thi
minister  counselled   the   organization 1
of growers to regulate the output  and
djscontinue the manufacture of ; oor
'wine, and urged the growers to assisl
the   government   to   suppress   outside
frauds by themselves exposing wholesale buyers  who refuse    to  purchase
their products unless   adulterated   to
suit  their market.
The city councils of a number of
small places resigned yesterday. At
Montpelier and Second Engineers and
the One Hundred and Twenty-second
regiment of infantry, in which organizations disorders already have' occurred,  were  confined   to  their    bar-
' racks   wall.    It   is   declared on   gooel
authority   tliat   Cen.   Balloud   1ms  Informed   .Minister of  War  Plquarl   that I
he could  nol  answer  for  the  men of 1
the Sixteenth   army  corps,   which  he
1 commands.
L
GOLDSMITH,SILVERSMITH and DIAMOND MERCHANT
Columbia St..     next Tram office
J
flatly ACREAGE
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
j
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Al.so to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ano
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Fulls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA'jX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger ancl Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams .St.. Chicago, III.
A Firsl class farm In Chiiliwack District,  close   t 1   I  ���
Price $75 per acre;   1-2 cash,
lnl acres em Pitt river, close to the Fraser. with good        lings   .
kinds, all cleared, about 55 acres in crop, price $7500, wit!
20 acres on V. W. A.- V. Ry��� In Burnaby, only :: miles oul
ed, small orchard, ('.-room house, good barn, price $2100, 1-2 1
S acres on main mad on Lulu island.clos e to bridge, price 5
rash, balance 1 .is;.' terms.
30 acres een Lulu Island, 300 yards  water-front ige,  01 I
city,  price $1500.  lee a  cash  buyer.
Hale &  Land
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY)
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   33 5 l��. O. Box 261
45
MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR
SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BAN
<   WITH
���Th,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS OVE hi
���15,000,000
We' wel   ': ���    nail ace iunl   and pay inti r ��� t four
a v. ar on I   . ing   Bank deposil .
e wan
an in 1 own
mffissm
[f you arc figuring on buying a new pair of Shoes, let us figure with you
WE are showing all the new styles that are appropriate for either sloppy
weather or sunshine.
WE are in the best position to fit you out with whatever you want.
WE don't confine ourselves to any one make or manufacturer.
WE'VE made it a point always to have on hand
ANY GOOD KIND OF SHOES
You May Desire.
WE are having gratifying success with the new lines we are showing
this summer.
Our "TAYLOR MADE" Men's Shoes, in PATENT and GUN METAL
Leathers, are a great favorite.   They are an American Shoe, and
sell for $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 a pair.
Come in and we'll show you the BEST SHOES  the country's BEST
SHOEMAKERS   KNOW   HOW   TO   BUILD.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
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TEACHERS'   SALARIES.
Hen Is a clipping from the Montreal Witness. The township r* -
ferred to iw In Quebec:
"A iIch township, with uo debl and
\.iih a low rate of taxation both for
general and school purposes, has recent!)   advertised  the facl  that il  1*
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Columbia  Street
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SUITS
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CITY NEWS
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exai ms  ror     1
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W. N   Draper, R.
ives   ���'...      .  ' "..**�����
..   ma e   sev* .al   sur
ris    .
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.. .   ;.. .   w   H. Barraclough
C. land surveyor,   .g      ,_  ilng esamlner, and    a    good
i iale where he
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ol   students   are ag   for
,, y>   for   sub- itrlc this >. ar
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lproyins- and :1  lis not ii    \ Mr. | ������nlahin_.   booze   in  the    local     bar
Sonic genius' circulated a reporl yes-
be slowl>   ���o.-i.^ afternoon thai an escaped con-
ht thai   . ,    [   m ���:,.      ...       .,������. was around
punishinj
'-���   ""ill  bi   ii*. ---..������ _        ".s.   rooms.    This looked  like  news,   and
!''   is suffering   from   - -������-i ffol> several  parties Immediatelj  gol  busy,
the  resull   thai   a   logger   ln   a
(h klnavi  s ill was discovered
Just received a shipment of Brass and Iron
Beds direct from Birmingham, Eng.   They
are handsome^ -strong and durable.   Come
see the line.
White Bedspreads. Sheets and Pillow Cas^i
Come and inspect, A greal vat
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT   BLOCK.
Phone 73
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B.   C.
linutive   offender, ihai i--,i m i:   I
ling   i  wheel on the sl le ��ai',;. was-
si   sse I in th*       lice couri  j csH?i -
irnini       ���   ch u ge against linn
'I being       ������.'.
king  heav>
b ������ : bu io'v.
,
Many women are taking advantage of this sale
secure a summer costume at about half regular
Iv.iiue
T. .1   T ite, ��ho haa   ieen suffering
e tim*   '. im   a  I nnn er,  is  reed  ' .    e si.::   In   a   critli nl  oon
m 1 will nol    .    ibi*   to lea> e
s h.nis    ' : s a,.' time t" come,
To-morrow we continue the clearance of our entire stock, comprising the
Smartest Styles Shown This
Season
r.
�� .��� ranc
s anniel Luff, i :'.-. ���   er. a la*..
Ilea   alongside th* I. II k *\ river, *<���������
���  flea  "   ���!   Porl  1..,. i m   . :    ��'-- fount,
dead In bis cabin.   T.'k-   '��� -��� <i>   fas elu"
covered   yesterdaj   monv'ng,    '���'*' from,
ihe  advanced  state ,.���   decomposition
rhe '    Is w-ill celebrate   the closing   li  ;s believed  Ilia!  he  bad   been   <l. .e I
��� ���    ;���; .e becoming manner   foi   , fortnlghl ;,��� |eas1     Lot/was   rell
is   evenii i     V ...    ivei   birds    will   known, and  had   Iiv* I  ro   :'���." district
il  :.��� ii   i .  make the oc-   for  a   number nr' years.    Ads   inquesl
m     niemora  le one. '���' is held yeste  la\  hj Corrnroer Pitten
drigh. .,
#&���
j*
\ ...   v����* Jr.s
At   $13.50
flowers and Pol   Plants,     lvinir
;   Ti.''y. the il irlst    'Phone A184.
'V si H ildis which  is  load-
A  num ier e.f men   w h i   i..i\ p   been
lasting -: imps on lots near Sera uth
avenue   for  the   : isl   :'��� ..    lays   hi \
You choose at this price many of the handsomest and most stunning creations in white and
[black Overchecks, Light Tweeds of shadow plaids,
pr Vicunas in pretty n.ivys, browns or blacks, Eton,
elk and nobby jackets, both elbow and long
es, trimmed with silk braids and self strappings; regular $18, $22 and $25 for $13.50
By express today: Black and white Blouses,
with Hutch, neck and elbow sleeves.    Jumper Suits
of white linen and pique.
Sai; Underskirts, the finest value we have shown
Ithis year.
i'e iys' Buster Suits     75c
Boys' Wash Blouses  50c
50 or more pretty Mais go on saie to-morrow;
  95c
.���   hyd     iiii     Ipes ..:   the  G.   X.  B ,.,.���   Pausing   a   certain   amouni   ,of
if.  will  probably  haw   completed iamage in Ihl, neighborhood.   Fenced
lin.          tomorrow, and   is  due to !lave   ,,....���   ,,,���.   ga,,|ng   u���wards   !iy
��� ���   Safirda;   afternoon. libei   l    use   of   the   powrTer.    A
The  Brownsville Indians will come lnd-v   ",">  ventured    to    remonstrate
ver on  FYlda.   tn try  their strength with  lhe  foreman   was Informed  thai
In  .���   i. iei .- ���   match ag linsi  the Te-
eams will    ���   a   ml  eve ilj   matched,
..1 ,i ge io ; game is expected.
the damage done would  be remedied
,  lhi good time, bul this remark has not
satisfied the lady, who is the mother
of  i  family, and  in dren l  that  some
i nger  will  overtake her children   if
The wedding of Paul  Hundersonnnd   thc men  persist  In their reckless use
Miss 01?    N   "'.' nlarn, of Matsqui, was   nf  the  explosive.     Some    action     is
-���  rda>  afternoon in this   likely tn hi   taken in the matter wfth-
The  uewl    marri* I couple  will   hi n day or sa.
: |      .v.  dn - he":*1 before return- ������
ing  to  their  home  at   Matsqui. WEDDING BELLS.
The ' '- Dauntless was successfully
floated on Tuesday evening, and re-
��� ii ned to Ma> ers an I Preston's
���a harf earl    : ester lay  morning, n ine
the worse for being stranded e.n Cot-       ,U(' "V1'H'K ��00n >'es(   '���'������> '" V:'"-
ti n w... I    oinl   for several daj s.
Miss   Margaret    J,    Cunningham    Becomes   Bride   of   R.   D.   Hendry.
A qulel  wi Idlng was solmenlzed at
$3. $4 and $5 lines fe
We appreciate your efforts in helping along the
early-closing during the summer. We close sharp
al ."..
I
The li- ensing hoard will meet next
\Yp tn sda; ' vei Ing al eight o'clock.
E. ,i. !', ler will apply for a license
tor the in w Hotel Russel aud as this
is the only business which is likely
in come ' efore the hoard, the sitting
: hould he a sh irl one.
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
MiU_lijfc.il
couver,   the  contracting  parties    belt ��� Robei t D. ; [* nd '. nephew of John
1 specially   \-.. n,iry,  , ��� |  Miss   \i..... ire)   j   q���n.
sters,   telephone   T.  Oaves   ,Q:  Sun.   ulnghain,   daughter  of  Oeorge    Cun-
20S. ningham, of ihis city.    The Rev,   Mr.
McLeod  performed  the ceremony, the
bride  being  attended   b,\   her    sister,
'.li.-   Alma Cunningham,    while    the
groom  was supported  by his brother.
The bride was gowned    In   a    going
awaj   dress  sail    of  grnj     material.
i )nl\   i I'e necessai j     w Itnesses    �� .��� c.
lire -tut  at   the ceremonj. which  took
The  Ladies'  Aid  of  the  Wesl   End   place  al   Mr.  Mcl.eod's  residence. On
V'ethodlsl   church    have    decided    to   leaving Ihis city b\   the eleven ll   i
i)ost])one  :!i" ice .���".:,:'i  social  which   car,  the  bride   to   be   was  showen 1
is i.e have been hoM al  Moody park   wllh rice b> a number of her frl nd
this   even'ng.     Inclemcnl   weather  is   who assembled  to  sea.  her off.    Tho
responsible   for   this   change    In the  honeymoon   will   bo   spenl   al   Rough
lans.   The date of the garden party   Ray, the newly  married couple leav-
v ill Im settled  upon later. j Ing for thai   place on   Mini.lay,  afl  t
_   ,     spending a few days in Vici n la.
fi   B   Peele,  son  of Capiain   Peele,
. l'ro\ Ions   i.e  entering    the    mni rl
nf  ihis city,   has   been  successful   In
monlal  stale,  Miss Cunnlngl an
���i |ng  off  firsl   prize  In   the'  class
nf first yea." medicine students at To-
_   riniiii   university.    This   entitles  hlm
In   the  medicine  scholarship   of    the
SplenJidL-Styles
Now In  For
O
summer
w
ear
���j
��� HURRY UP!8
iwn    sl ii Ii nl :    i ompeted     for    this
coveted   prize.
I il    - Sapperton, near the park  ���-"''
Uso   erne g I lots near the scl Ihouse   .cheap, on terms
i 12x103 fei i on Tenth St.. cleared and in grass.   This
. of land is below Third Ave.  N	
half cash, balai ce 6 and 12 montl
Ota' Ini near Brunette saw mills, clean.I      *' '"
half cash, balance (I and 1- months.
LOOK   INTO   THESE    THEY   AR!'.   BARGAINS
, Peebles
��� Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
I
:: l \v
ii dellghl ful social evenln ! to  - mini
ber *ef her friends al her fathet'   11
dence    on  Tuesday    evening,    when
games,  music and  singing  were  in-
inlversltv     One hundred and ninety-    , ,     ,   .        ,..       , .     , ,,-
dulgod   in  until   a   late   hour,      M
Gertrude Bllodeau was winner of the
ulii.-it tournament, while Messrs, Mn
���j.   j  Trapp  w;'! appenr  In  Ihe po- Jor and   I'ii-.' entertnlni I  the  guests
I ,.   on I   t! : ��� morning to answer to with   muni* il  selections,     ^mong   Ihe
|,    pi]  rge of riding a  horse em  the guests  preseni  were:   Mr.   and    Mi
.,-,   Columbia   Street.    Mr. Qeorge Cunningham, sr., Mr. nnd Mrs
Trapp Is ���  erl horseman, anl has fleorge Cunningham, Jr., Mr, and _l
I'lrtilen his li'irs*  In many queer places J. A. Cunningham,  Miss  Maggli   I
[n (hi   ; . i. hnl  Ihere ie no truth in ningham    Ml s   \.   CunnUham,   Tom
.,,.   ,      .      h ctil.'. i   ypster In)    hal Cunnln .ham, Q  ll*"..1,;.. Ml     Henil
;, , |nti   ,i, ���   io   i pear In   the.  dock Miss  !*Jlvens, Mr,  Hardy, Vancou*
., i,,,:     ,acl Captain and MrB, Rogers Mr, and Mi
,i. Jardine, Captain and Mi     D* ; ���
i    A '"''ge number   of the    lapanese .,,.  ;ni(| M,..   M ltl|���s���I|   Mr .,��� , Vl. .
iidents    .i   N'ew    Westminster        ��� ���|.;,i||   M].   .,,,,,   M,.s   j    Reiohenbnch,
���eparlng   to  fittingly    greel     Prince M|.   ilM ,   M,     ,,    y ghl,e3   Ml.
h'ushlml on  the   -e'-"-; in of his visit Mr,    i;,|,.]   ,.^   M].    nn(]    ,.r     (,    y
lo Vam e.,;v-i' on  Saturday, .Mine' 22. v:,,Ml] M|.   ,n]i|  M|.s   ir,|.v;in| We|   ,
Mthough  there will  l:o no formal re- U]   ,|1Hl  Mrg   Wnhonev   AI|.       vln
reptlon,   .   large  number of  the  Alt- j   ,,   Walaoni Mr, nnd  M,s  r   ,,.!;._
I ''' loval subjects will be en, haul ]n.|IK   Ml.   .|M(|   ^rs   anrdhmmP)  Ml
to stem"   "Banzai"  when their  prince M,lhoI)CV) ,,   Maho]     Mi.,   N|r, ,
arrives. P. Okaraurn. Hi*' photographer v   .|,||.|i(.|.   ,.  ������,,.,��� ���,I���K ,,..    ,..���.
���,vl,o  !. ���    lived   hern for  many  yens. , ^...^ s M;l|,,���|,���s:���K Ml.��� ,,,���,,,.. ���,
��� '���<" ':;'';" hv;'.;; .,!ri'";"  1'"sl,i'"!   \   Slevewrlght,   MeBirs   Prii  ,  Majoi
in
Fine \v orsteds, Cnccs   Tweeda   in  Bingl��aiid
douole breasted star les.
>
Our \Vindow  snov* - rhe smartest linea    ���  ,:;��'
aitd dressv clothes
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Sold  Ade nts  cor New    vv esttmn-ter.
It
tk?C*��
Lots
9*
'������:��W��>vmvm'*>���'>��v^v^W��:>:^��^!,>w^*    wWte      '"'; i:i  To,kl0, JaT' :"''  :i"'' McTje��
m     i����������������������i :<���:     looks ''l   with   Interesl   to    his
...-.�����     �����     coming  meeting with ihe prince.
r
I, i   iSmu"
t
ri>" fine t and Largesl Stock of Furniture Is to be Been at FAL
0l|r clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 Btock still to g -
��� ���  11 arriving daily.   Latesl styles and b* st finishes.
W. E. PALES,
NOTICE
Starving  .it   S?a.
San   Francisco,  June   12,���Starving
nnl  with no  prospects    of  reaching
  their destination, the crew of the N'nr-
Xeeticc is hereby given  thai  on  oi   wcglan   bark   Alexandre,   abandoned
before the 19th day of Juno, 1007, 1 j thai  vessel al  bos  Mav s. according
in n  telegram received yesterday  al
A bunch of 9 Lots in the West. End can
he. got at a sacrifice. Will be close to
the Westminster and Eburne car line, and
will double in value in a very zhort time.
Thc pried today is
$1,750
for the lot, on easy terms. A prompt investigation will make you money.
McLEOD, IV3AiK &  C��.
"The Farm Land Specialists," New  Westminster
fc  . intend  !" make application    to    th*
>J     Lie .a-:.-   C -        ilon* is  of  tjii'   Cl
rURNITURE   EMPORIUM
' an^ 712 Columbia 8t.      Four  Floors.
Rear
Extension, Front St. S
,.>���   :;���-.-.    We itralnsti r ror   a   llquoi
' .   ���. ,. f ir   le.- Hotel Russell now ie.'
ore 't* l ;n this city, nnd situ
on  Cam irvon,  Ale* inder and Be
���   ���   | this i Ith da    ot June, I ��07,
E, J, FADE :
���:�� <.>:v;4>;>::<>'..>;>.t;^
the Merchant ' Et i hs igi. Tfie first
-. "' ��� and pari of the crew have ar-
Ived ' o i :''.!'' uador, The men
'���" ihe vie-, mdre In latltud ��� 1 deg i
��� a"', lon ;ltude n il re i I d, nrhen
- ' ���       Ifty-one days oul fi
hrau - |
i i-e .I       UIKTIS' Drmj,S[]��ctiii;li!S��� Seed.Slprtr.
POR      25     CENTS
W'.' will send to anj  addn
pn paid,
A   Good   Tooth    Brush
ami a 2G cenl  box
TOOTH    POWDER
New lol siamp Mat P
hand,
WHERE TO DINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Kennej^s Restaurant
Open All Nls'hfc ���J
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THURSDAY
TENDERS    FOR    DERRICK,    SCOW.
BOILER   AND   ENGINE.
TEND! RS . I ��� --''il io th*-' undersigned al Ottawa, and marked eai thej
, ;,-. h e ���";������ nd* 3 :' ir Scow, Steam
Engine, ite il* i an i Derrick for buoy
. ;: lish <" ilumbia, or tender
for scow   alone," '.'ill be received up
tO   tile'
20th DAY OF JUXE, 1907,
fe r - i] pi; ing an I delivering at Victoi la, a w< oden scow nnd the ��� ec-
tion on board of a steel derrick with
hoisting engine, boiler and other accessories according to specification;
als . ' : suppl; Ing and delivering at
Vi i i la where directed, a double cylinder tandem hoisting engine, winch
ive foui hoisting drums and two
win h he ads, an upright steel tubular
i :��� am I llei oi 30 horse power ca-
]     it     , nd a structural steel derrick.
Spe ifl ations of the macninery and
i lans e.t the dei rick can be obtained
ai the De; h nl here, al the agen
r\ e ' this Depart mi nt. Victoria, at
the (' :��� toms House, Vancouver, and
the Cusl in mse, Nrew Westminster, n. C,
Te nd* ret i m ist furnish plans of
the boilers and engines offered, and
state tl ��� ���''- st possible tifrie in
which they will agree to make the
delivery.
S ... '��� i vi. rs for the three aril ,. . -. Iz., engine, boiler and derrick
will he received, and separate tender.-; foi the scow or tenders for nil
togi thi r.
An aci. , ti ! h< que <m a chartered
Canadian bank equal to 209. of the
whole amount of the tender must accompany each tender. The cheque
accompanying the tender accepted
will be forfeit! 1 if ihe party tendering declines to enter into a contract
or fails to complete the work contracted for, and each cheque will be
returned immediately in case of non-
a*   eptance *>f a tender.
The Department does not bind itself to accepl the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers inserting this advert-
ise menl without authority from the
l.v pai:in..nt will not he paid.
F.  GOURDEAU,
Deputy  .Minister of .Marine anil
Flsherh s.
Ottawa, Canada, 28th May, 1907.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
COOLIES CANNOT
WORK IN B. C.
Irregularities in Contract
Cause 3,000 Japanese to
Remain at Home.
Half Thc
is nearly past, and everv day sees Reai Estate m New Westminster advance in price. Call on us immediately and see
for yourself the values we are able to offer.
Mtf
**te
Victoria, June I:'.���The 3000 Japanese which the Tokio Emigration company, through agents in Vancouver,
contracted to supply to th.. Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway company may
uol be permitted to come. Irregularities have been liscovered by the Japanese government which threaten the
continuance of the' emigration company at Tokio, and it is not unlikely
that the governmenl may lake action
io stop the carrying out of the project to land Mi*- swann of coolies in
British Columbia,
It seems thai in contracting to ship
ihe Japanese laborers to ihis coast jt
was stipulated thai the daily wages
ot' the workmen should be $1.25 in
Canadian currency, approximately two
and a half yen, per day for ( ach man.
'The foreign office at Tokio funnel
ib.:- the emigration c unpany had
made anoth* r contract with the work-
mi ti when by $r,10 was to be paid
hy lhe emigration company, which
collected the money earned as wages
in British Columbia. The balance of
l" cents daily for each man���a daily
income of $450 on the 3,000 workmen
���was tu be appropriated by the emigration concern.
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU   WANT   BETTER  THAN   THIS?
271/fc acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit irees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, J rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Halance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, halance 6
and  12 nionths.
This property is only iL, mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with tbe
property at a snap.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
6 lots
on Columbia St., Sapperton,
No. .'.
-2S, Div. ::. Block  13, Lot 26,
$450:
Lots 27 and 28, $400;  Lots
23, 24
and 25, $300.     All cleared.
Half *
ash, balance at 7 per cent.
GRAZING  WAR SPREADS.
In the matter of the estate of Charles
Blair,  late  of  New  Westminster,  B
C. deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the "Revised statute's of
British Columbia" 1897, Chapter 1ST,
that all creditors anel others having
claims againsi the estate of the said
Charles Blair, who eli..] on or about
the 20th day of April 1907, are re-
���queste i on oi I i fore the 22nd, (22)
day ... lune, 1907, to send by post,
prepaid or dellvi r to the undersigned
���olicitors for Roderic Sample and Dr.
Edn in .l.i. ' ��� 1, e ... i-aieiis of the
last v ill and testament of the ea el
de - l tin Ir chii itian and Burns i . ddre s and descriptions, th*
partic ilars of thei cl Ims, thi s ate-
ments ol the ir i ints and the nature * r the s. irities I If any i held
ij them.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
lhal aftei b ich lasl mentioned date
the - id execute will prone ed to d's-
tribut* the assets of the decease I
among th parties i atitled tii. r t-..
having regard only to the. claims of
v hii ;, thi y shall thi n hav.' notice.
nnd thai lh* said * ��������� cutors will no*
I e iie.' li fi r the sal i at sets or any
i arl thereol to anj : erson or pi rs ms
of \. hi se ' I: s notice shall not have
!.< en : i ' ������ i . tl em at the time of
su h   I   ���     ition,
I . '   It!      ..." :   day of May.  1907.
M VRTIN & McQUARRIE,
Solicitors for said    i secutors,    Tr ���
Block,  Xew   Wi   t: ilnsti r.   li.   ('.
THE DAILY NEWS WANT ADS.
BRING  RESULTS.
Irishmen   Raid   Farms���Police   Routed
By Armed Mob.
Dublin, .lune 12.���The grazing wails spreading. The most serious affair thus far was near Athenry, Gal-
v. ay. al midnight, Monday.
A large posse of police opposed a
crowd of people who were driving
cattle off a farm. The people stoned
the officers, several of whom were
leadly hurt and the sergeant in command ordere I the posse to fire.
The latter fired r< peated volleys at
the crow.I. and the raiders returned
the fire, finally compelling the officers
t'i retreat, when the graziers finished
'heir raid.
Two or thre e farm housi s have
been fired into at night recently. The
general sympathy of the cases' Is
with the people, even in the case of
many public officials, which facl ties
the government's hands.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European point.;.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round    Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
2S acres on    .Mara  road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW HAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7
2 lots, full sizeJ, 132x132, corner of
the Crescent; 7-roomed house. Price
$10,500, i/& cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
nionths.
Block 12 on 12th St., east side;  10
full sized lots.    Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
A  Cheap  Property.
House 0 rooms, flush closet, 1%
storeys, on Fourth Ave., one lot from
Second St. on south side. Price
$1900;. half eash, balance at 7 per
cent.   Fruit trees; lot 55x165
House 30x42, 4th St., between 4th
and ath 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 per cent.
Six and one half acres, one acre
cleared ready for planting; 1 1-2 acres partly cleared. House, 5 rooms.
14x24; storey and half, small barn;
chicken house; fruit trees and strawberry plants; $1,700, half cash; balance in three months at 7 per cent.
This is a valuable holding, ami near
to the city, call and bring this advertisement with you for further particulars.
l lot No. 21 on 13th. street south
siele of -Ith avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Xos. Sl to K6 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; snail
house, chicken liouse, 173 choice
chickens;  horse  and  rig;   $1500 cash.
1 1-2 house. (I rooms an.l flush
clos. t on Ith avenue, one lot from 2ml
street on south side; fruit trees, Price
$1900; l-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 tier cent.    Size of lot 65x165,
17 lots, full siz*, Oth St., Burnaby,
east side, 100 yards from Cliff ran
Factory; soil good. Price only $1020,
$350 cash, balance' on easy terms.
2 lots on Sth St. between 5th and
Oth Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. li and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
2'4 lots on corner of 5th Ave. and
Cth St., S.-W. corner; cleared. Price
$1200; half cash, balance in G months
at 7 per cent.
'i acre between Queen's and 3rd
Ave. on west side of 10th; No. 5 an.!
ii. Block 48; 132x165 feet; all cleared
and fenced. Price $1050; $550 cash,
balance in C months.
Full sized lot on Koyal avenu*, between Fourth and -Menivale: all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
2 lots, No. 24 and 32, block l��. between Sixth avenue and Nanaimo St.,
and between Hth and 16th streets.
Price $425 for both, cash
Block 7, Lol *'., 2 subdivisions run-
n.'ng from 5th to 6th St.. 4th and 5th
Ave.; one lot on Irani line, $800 for
one:  price- $1,500 for the two,
CO acres, 2 aiiles from city.
$-10 per acre
Two lots on ISth sireet, betwe* a 7th and v'li avenues.
Coi ner of    Hamilton    sir'" t,
So.   II  and  12.    Price $215,   .
ialani ���   ������ months.
..    , res  In S irrey;  S !*j  ol
ol ge,   a. township 2.    Log
[Cxi I. and chicken i   ��� |
barn;  CO fruit   trees;   IZ
a '.       eared, 4    acres     n   ���
. ,       tion and S acn
P     ���   $20 per acre.  '-.  casi
ance in 11 monl hs at 7'',.
8 - roomed
1     ���
ze lot, bloi b 0, lol 14,
St,   Pn
S piare:      Pi   i
$450.
vni reil
dence on 4th Av. betwJ
Gth and 7th St., wit] J
acre of land, coi
fruit trees, ., itbui]
stables, &c.;ai , ���
ally cheap bargi in, ; I
$4,500. $2,500 cash, bay
in 1 year at 7 per cenl
In acres *_. si . '
of Tn. 2. about .: tn
Flaworth  road, S i
1 i.j storey hou -
other :: can be a I  i
-.
'
I lot, v.'.-.lev., Tenth street,
, -i Q ��� ������ .. .��� nue. Prici $450.
Terms ?2U0       h, I ilance, terms
to   suit.
���
1475,1
21- storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, halance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
the city, Trom $25.00 to $3,100
Full sized lot In Sapperton, facing
Brunette  street.    Price $150 cash.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
SC acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.
R, running through, $9,460, terms
easy.    Investigate.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between Gth & 7th Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in G mos.
Draper
13. C. Lane}
Surveyor
Ellard BIoch.   N.'w Wo��tmln��ter, B.C
REFRIGERATORS
and SCREEN DOORS
Our Refrigerators have perfect air spaces
surrounding the entire refrigerator.
We have Zinc and Enameled Lined Inside
Screen Doors and Windows.
Curtain  Stretchers of different kinds.
Call and see us.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally locate'.l In a commmandlng
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
i'i;'::; street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered!
All modern convenie aces; hoi att I
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
6Cxl32, with lane In rear; part of lot
sei oul with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, bal ince arranged.
2 lots, 20, 21; No. 20, $170; No, 21,
(corner) $175. Durham and Se i ti i
streets.
20 ncre blocks, fruit lands, near
Junction, $20 per aim.
House, full sized l.it, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
Mouse, 10 rooms, v/2 lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
4  full-sized  Lots   between   Seventh
avenue   and Hamilton street, east, of
Eighth street; all cleared and fenced;
a large barn on one of tho lois. $1,500,
half cash,   balance one year at 7 per
cent.
SI lots Block 4, Richmond St., Sapperton.    $46 per lot.
One full sized lot. 66x132; 2 storey
house; 7 rooms; (lush close-: upstairs;
all modem Improvements; new hou ���
$:,ooo. i- cash, y2 in G months at 7
��� e cent. Good sized stable and fruit
tn. s. Second house from Sth streel
' '   '. on upper side.
10 a ires in sec. 32, Timber, fir, ce-
lar and alder. Good soil; good roads,
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, IS, lh, 20, 21, face on 16th
streel and sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; I inside lots $200 each. Price
$��50,   cash.    Single   h ts  al   eash.
Four and one half acres between
Seventh and Eighth avenue; south
side of 1st street.    Price $2,500.
Lol l I on Fifth avenue, sub B, 10
of sub 9. $300 cash. K cleared;  size
55  fee|   ley  132  feet.
House   and three   lots, corner ::,��� I
Ave. and i Ith s; ; 5-room house an 1
kitchen.   Pric $1,500, one-third cash.
al. ti ami 12 months al 7 per cent.
'' ���' ige  of    1   rooms    and     \ve  ifl       :
:'      :     1   lot   1 1x132,   ..11  2n,l   i,,i
'ite   Ave.     ..ei   13th   St.,    west 1 Id.
:       tlcally  ie. vv :   papi red;   sink  and  1 in
Pric $1,   t. rms $200 cash,  $16
Ihl.v eel  7 per cent, or n nts ,,1 $10 per
;   for one ',-. ar,
off   1 'iiinbe 1 land   St.,   S inperton.
*.o per lot,
Vcreage on Vanco tver road, corner
"'' Gilley road. $225 per acre'. Acreage   is selling fasl at this price,
l room house, bath room, pantry;
on llth St., between Queen's and 3rd
Avenue,
1 acre upper side o: 1th Ave', ami 2
lo's wesi of Cth St.: large house of 8
rooms; electric llghl connections;
-lead.' trees ami fruit orchard. Price
$4,500;. $2,500 cash, balance In one
year at 7 %.
One full sizeel lot, 2nd lol from corner, lllh slreet and 8th avenue, lot
CO xUi feet.   $250 cash.
House corm 1 rth Sl and :' h
Ave.; 9 rooms; 2 full size I lots, 66x
132; orchard of appli . ei ami
plums. Price $4,000. $2,000 c ish, I
am n time at 7   ..
61 acres Murphy Lan ling, -I mill -
above Mission Juni tion. Jusi at the
landing of Murphy Landing, aboul .the
centre ol 1 25 a 1 ��� cleared, under
cultivation; 4-room house, barn and
stable; a oul one acr orchard, hearing fruil trees. Price $1,350, cn easy
terms (or $1,250 cash!. $22 per acre
'_. cash, balanci   6 and 12 rnontbi.
10 acr.-.-. section 32, N.-E, corner of
S.-W.  M, uncleared.     Timber fir, ce-
iar, and alder; g 1 - oil   a mile from
Vale road: sandle road ana new road,
.". lots corner ol streel I el wei a 8th
an . 9th Ave. on 2nd St., side of 2ml
St., equal to one a 're; iartly cleared.
$500, half cash. . splendid 1 ppi :-
(unity for inv�� tment.
S rooms, 2-storey house, bath room,
�� iter and light; full sized lot, 66x100
feet, situate i Cth Si betwi 1 n -itii and
.".th Ave. on west side. Price $2,300,
].j cash, balance in 6 months al 7 ',.
21 acres in Sunbury; C chains water
front; )2 acr.-s cleared; 8-roomed
house, lath and plastered; wot I shed,
chicken barn and fruit trees of all
i.ete Is. Price $3.0C0. Terms ene-'.hird
cash.    .. in ���   '. and  12 n onl 1
7 Lots on Twelfth si reet, bi 1 wei n
Q 11 en's in 1 Third avenue; <vi -��� side
of car shop; full size. Price f I, .0 1
cash.
10 acres  N irth roa :.    -':, ol .1 1
from city limits on    Port Moody;    i
at res    under    cultivation;     7-rooi
house-:  irani"  barn;    chicken  house,
harn 40x80;    fi n< ed  and in good
pair south side.     Price $4,500,    . ill
ccsh, bal. In 6 months at 7 pi r cei I
" lo1    ���   mer of  lOtl    md S     Ai !-��� v. 's
'-'.. Ik nvi'i n   '������: and  Sth  Ave.,  ivi sl     ���'���
'     ''       Sl     all cleared.    Pi le    $800,  half
" ' I'.    hal ine e (!  month - eet   ,   per    ��� 1 1
Koth  rni    thn  ;.-!e  from  stn .1   to   stn ��� 1 :
a n....ei bargain.
More exclusive   properties  just   listed
with us for sale.
I.e.; 5, opposite   Knox church, Sap-
pi   ' m, east  Bide Columl la  Street on
car line.   $300 cash.
: lots south side of Sixth  Avenui
very  light  clearing;   60x115'    :���   1   on
���-' ii.. Block  10.    $1050 cash.
1 lots on Fifth Street. 11, 12 I : '1
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13, $350 e ch, I ||
1 ash. balance 6 months al ',''..
2 houses e. . ner of Mei rival and
Agnes; full sized lot; citj block 31,
lot 1 1: one house rents for $25, the'
other $10;   flush close ts an I  all    1 1
'��� 'Cted nith sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 and Is
months al 7 ',.
N'.-re.  ',  '.;' Sub, 19, Township 10 , some
limber,    in ice * 1:. pi r ai re; t. rms t'
1   lenlnnce   ensv.
. ' ack :   1 'L.   acres
v. Ith clover, red .  I
1 ine  mile  from   1
$1,200;.   terms  hall
monl hs at 7 ';.
1 full sized loi on
v.i rth  side,  betwei ���
and Glover's house.   I
eas] . I.alance in  C  .
Full sized lol  No.  12 on R
and  Mh  St.    Price. $,10!
balance at 7 ';  pei
Westerly 4, 11 of 1
132x132 corner 10i    ���
house's drawing $25
$5,000, half cash, ba   1 . 11
months.
2 lots on  Prim est  SI     \   ;;,
12, : etween 6th an I 7th Ave
from  6th  St. on  south
No 11. $210, half ca
nt  7 ', :    No.  12,  c ��� $315,|
cash, balance ti nn..-.
$3,500. subject to 10 mod
lease. .Fine residence for sa1!
2nd Street, corner Fourth Av��"is|
Splendid location, nc. rented I
$30.CO per month; lease can teal
tended if purchaser so deserts,
good paying invest.-.-.;nt. Tern
be arranged.
Double    tenement   I li
lsl and 2nd St.;  I  lol    P le   |IJI
cash half and half In 6 moi
i;. nts for $i'i each ten: -1
160 S.B,   '-.. of Sei tlon 21
10 acres,partly cleai ed;
running through; goo
north   of   Webster's c   \       ;-.���.,
mill and P.O. al the wi ner: Of
��� worth $7 per acre, ceis a  :|
I  miles    from    Port    Haney.   P
$2,100; terms $1,100
ranged,
In acres land Ni w
S    Div.   34,  Sun.
ridge,    Price  $400;     : -
ance terms at 7    . ;    1/
ver cannery.
S -W, Sub. Tow nshlp
rail.,        nu      ......
ird      i'e Ice  ���<! 5   pe r aci
ensl    1   li nee   In thi	
1 .:< re claj. hous e "te ' ini 0 -j
Joyce station; parti;.' ch ��� |
across fronl facing ti
$700 cash,   ealance arrni
One acre in block 9, i*|
tween 18th and 16th S
on sth Ave. Price $75^
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
Small house for sale, facing Agnes and Victoria,
wesi of 6th St. $1,700.
Water ancl gas connections.   Terms.
Small house, Victoria St.,
6 rooms. Water.
A Bunch of LOTS
Lots 14 and 16 or .1 of (', of A
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, halance 6 nionths at 7 per cent,
Lot M on Sherbrooh streel of ll of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, i! months at 7 per eent.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of n of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
James Inlet, three' se;
Jt.OO per acre, half cash
Large lot and  I wo ci
lumbia street, Sapj ei ton.   U
tll $10 each.
on., and one-half store
full   size   lot,   situati d   north
Itoyal avenue ami con:.-:' of McKIW
'i  reet;  9 room-;   bath  i   i
1 old   water, clo el;   woodshi
bearlg   fruil  trees;   stn
line    \;,��� w .      i'; ;   .-   $'.830 )���'
ca   !:
l.oi facing 2nd St., I etwi en i
and "id Ave., second lot fro    Q
Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all cleat
��� "   de and   back.     P ' "|
' ash, balance easy al "
I       One lot No.  12 cn  Royal Avent
third lot from Eighth ..
for sale exclusively.
Lots  .'1  anel  22,  Sub. of Lol I
In  Block   13 , corni r of Durliiii I
St.; full sized lots f
2-slorey ll.ease, ? r i i. ; I
' lalre; flush elosi i , good mtnhb I
St.near Mh St. ; all modern Impi I
Price $3,000,  half c ish,  bal u
ruilly excelle nl  bargain. _, ...
Sub. 21  of I   Block XIII I
House; hoi and cold water; duel I
l"i  of    fruil   trees!    chlcke n  I   ���    ,   I
bnrn.    Price  $80U; terms  $41 ���'' ,il.-l
anco 2 anel a months at 7 per e I
llton  St .  first  house off Bth St. "'
��� He and Mii Avenui s.
:'- storey  Mouse, 7 rooms, wltli :,i
��� e n   Improvements;  siz"  e.i   grouno     .i
t ������:; second lol trom Bth St, on  '"' ,,;
"ie  south  side,   um  feet  on av. :';"''.,(i|. I
Uine on Imtii side's.    Price $3,2|'    '"   '
cash, balance em time' at 7 per i ��� nt.
McQUARRIE  &
T. J
APP & CO,
Telephone   333
.A,
Real  Estate Brokers
FRONT   STREET
Telephone   3^3
_A_
Limited
Agents for Employers' Liability,, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
'S^T'w.? ,sDAV. JUNE 13.
1907.
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Nol
-iiv e;iv   K that six-' aft
..   intend :���' apply t"   ..  .    .
���� ������at anl oar-
"
-
'
ig    at
following
nl  Kitsumgallum
i
l.
i:
..
a  post   planted   '
".,....   0f the north-wesl   lands
- ' v  Green's    preemption .
follows: SO chains
v   chains wesl and
point ������: commence-   ,,. n y...
a   post    planted       v
.,. 0f the  ni.ril.-M-
'..  "a preemption claim
, ,ws: 160 chains
I
'.
: In-
.. s
N '���   - -        -   . .
iwesT;
:-' -      - - the   provisions
t th<     ;.   id Regis        \. ��� "  shall he
��� : .-    .    I I   trom
  I ' or in resi  -
... - ..'. for taxes as
'..:.-. Registry Act."
Tenders fcr '. cense to Cut Timber cn
Dominion Lands in the Province of
Entish Columbia.
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands o: the Province of
Br.tesh Columbia.
Tenders  for a  L crnsc  to  Cut  Timber
on Dominion La  ds in the Province
of Brites'i  Columbia.
Seale'.    Ti nders    address   I to
Commissioner of Dominion Lands, Department  oi the inieii.'r. and marked
on  thi> envelope    render  for   ["Imber
SO chains eaat and 10   east, mor.
��� Lhe   Point   ol  commence-   ,   ,.,_, .,.   _.; ^      y,..,
A
post  plant".!  ment
thi    n -
of theanorth-west cor
',-..... . . pre-emption claim,       -v.  -
,.':..;   iws:   BO cliains e-ast .
- . chains west an.i  SO
i bout 1
; lant-
lai Arm
SEALED TENDERS addressed to th
..��� Commissioner   ol   Dominion    Land:
SEALED TEXDERS addressed tothe Department of tho Interior, and mark-   Berth No  521," will be received al this
minion    Lands, ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim-   Departmenl  until 12 o'clock -noon on
aterior, and mark- ber Berth No. 51S," will be received  Wednesday, the
:. the envelo       render ten- Tim- at this   Departmenl until   12 o'clock   for a license io on: timber on berth
ber Berth No   :,.      Vll] be received noon on Wednesday, the 24th day of   No. 521, oomprising lands situate In
Department    until 12  . 'ch
lo  ; oinl  oi  <
.'..   Commencln ...
to No   I staki    them       �� eightj
, halm south 1 Ight chaina, ea.t
tj i ttains an I north eight; . .
point  eif commi ni 1
J, P   rHOM PS   \
N. s.  \\ estminste r, B   C      ith SI 13.
1M7.
NOTICE.
,     :, of the n...'ii.;w-s, cor-   ���   -   Ullage   i r, thence S
1-0
:i. .:.'
X .   ..
v.i
:,p.rr6eom?hL��innsC^ ' ���        * th  sochains
J|< 16O   chains west;    40 east,  more ess  to shore,    thence
��� '        t0 point ot commencement t] ,,,_.   .    ...    .
 r g   ,et   a   P"st    planted
north of th- north-west cor-
-ireen's pre-emption claim,
,   |WB; ie . chains easl. at    ] osl plant-
160   chains   west;-   40 ed        .    *\   given :.   ue ��� :   Indenen-   ���'��'
���   ',.";;fT'~ planed '       ''      "     ' - south
.   of ti>" north-west cor- ��� I the no ,     Coi stle  1s-
. ,-.,., -i ^ nre-emptlon claim. ,
. , ows: 160 chains east la ' ak ol   Kittimal   Ann.
1   chains  west;    40 -..  :.       -.    .  .    . _   -outh       .,,     h  ,
.   , imm. ncement
-    ,   po 1    planl   1 ' '    ' 10 chains easl
I if thi  north-west cor- 10 ���      north    ...   , bains   wi bi   to
1 ,..:..  pri -emptlon claim
nience-
.;.,-.,-  i" chains wi   1
1 1  . Iiains ...-1 :      1""
,   I,    ..; commenceme nl
planted
Ni
���
C   ':���:... ���     osl
uitl    -    Klttl
t>
at   a    post
. ^Ve0mptioWneSclaTm
ll ,wa   SO chains wi 1  ���          ink and a     il 50 va   Is so
. h iins east . 80 chains .,      ,.  .    .
i    "mencement. "      "    H 1    S   rint     I   en  ehains
.    al   .    posl    plante 1 east, 80 1 sout]    SO 1 hains wesi
..       'Z^Ji prtemptloTclaim :  less  to '���    ��l��ore then a  .1
,ws:  i'i" chains east . - to   ] oint     of    1 ommi 1   ���
160 chains wesl ; and 4"
tin   point nf commemce-   ���" '"���
,    ,   .      N '. 2;   1' Ing al     ist 1 lanti .
,  ���    .,���    a    post     plant"'! ....
of the north-west cor-    1   ' H   la miles n irth of Hai ti r    Baj
'     .', S^ToTfinmhi on   easl    banli   "���   Kittimat   Ann    on
I .   chains    north.    10 Hawkes   11           ad I n :. ������   10 chains
.   .;;.j:.^Xi i'"""'"-~ east, 160 chains north, 40 chains west,
at   a   post    planti d m       1   les 5, to sho   - then along shore
"":.:- ".!',ll1,';, ";"',!',';;y::si '-������ point   of . m ��� iencement.
tlon   No.   -'..   ni'-ii   1 eii.ii��� is
���-ems west;  40 chaina      \,  25. Commen Ins al post planted   essarilv  accenl   :
east;    and  40  chains
... ncement.
��� g    :.-    a   posl     pi inl .1
rth  i.r the Bouth-west
.  ,    -..,   26. then  running -   ur;   Island on a  small crei
Ltns  west; 4'.  chaina   .��� ...
��� s ��� ..-1 ;   4u cliains  noi
t,   10 1 ha  is nori h, iO ch iins 1 ast,
10  ch eti. -   north,   40  cliains
Ins north,  10 chains wi sl
men ��� mi nt,
\ e. 20. Comn        ng at post "planted
mi ml id a   Qtiai ter  wesi
a B     Indian \ Ilia .������ . on the
noon on  Wednesd 1; . the 31s<  dav of
July, 1907, fo    1 li ense to cul timber
on   Berth   No.   523,  comprising  lands
situate in the Pre . In :e of British Columbia, nn i   lescri ie 1  as follows;
Timber   Bei th   No   523,  comprising
north-east   111   ter of Section 15,
the  north-wesl
11 not covered by
Berth   ;~-   1 eeing  approxima-
;. irth . iins 1    In Town-
5, Kan-,- 27,  West  of    the   6th
���    ���  ml    ��� an   urea   of  304
��� s, more or les-.
The ' ��� 1 -        sin veyed within
1 ir after the   .   ������   if the notice
ling the hi 1
The regul itlun.su: �� hich  a  11-
��� use will  b<     issue I,    also    printed
ms of ������ :  Iei   tnd pn\. lope, may be
" itained at  this D    irtment or at the
"die" of the Crown Timber Agenl at
New   We>-'mills' -:'. B, C.
I3ach : mi
.1 .'y. 1907, for a llcensi  to cut timber the Province ot British  Columbia, to
..a Berth No. 51S, com,.'.-.sin.:   '.amis the Easl of Chehalis Creek and Lake
situate in the Province of British Col- and comprising 5 blocks, described ..s
umbia to the west of Chehalis Creek follows:
and described as follows Block  .    Comprising thai    portion
Notice' is herebj given tha
24th daj eif July, 1907, 'i:1>s ;if1>"'' elate' ��i' intend to appl to
the Hon. ;!ie> Chief Commissi 1 of
Lands and Works for perml ��� il >n I -
cul utiei carry awaj the ; imber
the following described lands, s tate
in the Kitsumgallum \ allej
Claim No,  it'   Commencing si posi
planted S,  E   corner .i2o:-   20 m    ;
Timber Berth No. 51S,   comprising   outside Timber Berth No. 44, Block 1,  up froro ""' h>����th of Nortii  Po It ot
that portion of Section 2:' lying north   and Timber Berth 254 Block 1, of See- ' the Kitsumgallum river    above    Klt-
of Timber Berth 280 and thai portion tlon 23, Township I, Range 30, West
of Section  32   outside Timber Berth of    the 6th  Meridian,    contaiulng an
2''.| and sti !  Berth 280, In Township area eef 3S7 acres, mor,' or less
4, Rangt 30  West ot the 6th Meridian; Block 2     Bounded  e>n the'  wesl
also the not .  half ind the south-east Chehalls Creek, on the east bj Timbei
quarter of Sectloi    !6, the north half Berth 29S Block l.aml the easl bound
and  the  south-wesl   quarter    Section ary   of  same produced    northerlj   to
2',. the east hail Section 2-   th- north Timber  Berth 29S    Block 2.    on the1
half Section  32,    Sections  33,   tt.  "". north  by  Timber Berth  264   Block  2,
and those portion,  of Sectin-'j 2". an ' and 29S Block 2: an.l on the south by
36 outside 'rimber berths 2S0, 264 and Timber Berth 254 Block 1, containing
272. in Townshl ���  '. Rausr I, Wesl of an nrea of 725 acres, more or loss.
the Tth Meridian; also Sections ::.   1. Block   I.    Commencing al the'
5, the north half and south-east nun:'- easl    corner   eef   Timbe
ter Section 6, Sections 7. S, the norih Block 2,thence north-eas
sumgallum lake, thence running as
follows: 10 chains west, 80 chains
north. 10 chains cist. 40 chains tt irth,
li> chains cast. SO chain ! so il . Ill
chains weat, 40 chains south ��� p dat
of commencement
Claim No, 11 Commencln j .1 ".m
planted at the head 1 I KI iu ugallum
lake em  west  bank abo tl    20 ch dna
���   ll   I'f   tile'   mon:!'.   of    Kil -     ".    .'   1.11
:her where it enti 1 a lal ��� . 1 ien -.- 40
olwlns west, 160 chaina smith, m
. halns e'asi more or les - to tho ihore,
Berth  29S   thence alon..: sheiro (0 poinl  of com-
-, .,��� r(ghi   mencement
half and the south-wesl quarter Sec-   angles  to the   easterly  boundarj    of Claim No.  12.   Commencing al     isl
tion 9, the south-easl quarter Section   Bald Berth 29S Block 2. 2 miles; thence planted ahout 20 chains south ol  the
10, the south half Section 16, the south ��� north-westerly al right angles to last north wesl of T. L   No   7941, thence
1   half and the north-wesl quarter Sec-   course, 54 chains; thence south west- 40 chains west, 160 , hains south   1*
-'��� accepted 1        e on a chartered   tlon 17. tli,' north half and south-easl   erly,
at
:: . In favour of tl D lutj of the
Minister of the Interior, for the am-
11 eti   of the '. the applicanl
Is prepared ' 1   ia;   .  :  a lie-ens.'.
Tho highest   . tender not nec-
quarter Section Is. the soutl
north-wesl  quarter Section
right ancle's to last course'. 2
half ami miles lo easterlj boundary of saiel
19,   and I Berth 29S Block 2; thence south-east-
thout 10  mile    11 if Hartley Baj
easl        nl Kitti nal   A: m   on
a
'. .   . :. i.:.-   south,   I '   chains
No ten
tertained.
bj   ���  leg     h  will be en-
PERLEY  G.
KEYES,
Secretary,
I ment.
_    ....    a   post    planted
nn ol  the north-wi sl coi -
,...     a pre-emption  claim,
-.,.,���       160 cl ilns we --: .
160  chains  e 1 rt ���     4'1
poinl   nl   c .... emenl
.   more or les
I    MOODY,
:.K  VANDALL,
Local  r.
.   .   ndall.
March 21.  1907.
st,  40
to
Departmenl of the ti terior,
Ottawa, Ma      1      : >07
NOTICE.
Ti
*".'
���'���'���?���
������Kri
V''.':.'-V^Vt    '^
iOPSIS   OF    CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Dominion Lands n Ith
.;.  Belt in i!K':s!i Col im
- bom ��� teade I 15  any ; ���
.. .. de heel of a famil
, er 1S 5 ears ol   ag '-, ' ���
:.- of   one- 1 larter   sei 1 ion ol
more or li ss.
,,., ie  . ersonall;   at
nice I ir th i distrii t In
laud Is situate.
���  tea ler Is required to per-
nditions  connected  there
.,.. ,,;' the following plans:
isl six mouths' residence
I iltivation of   the lan l In
for I'arc -, ears.
.. rather (or mother, if tie.
eai ed), of the homeste 1 '.
��� s up m a farm in the vicinity
. . atere I fen-,   the   require-
. resid 'i. te may i-e a 1: Islled
. -..ii   residing   wibh   the
111 ��� In  .
' tii" settler has hies perman-
��� upon Carmiug land own-
.1 in the vicinity of his home-
'lie   requirements   as  to rest-
��� ��� sal Isfled   lo' resident 1
II I  I ml.
notice in writing stioul 1
to the   Commissioner of Do-
;,t Ottawa oi' Intention
I 11  ; atent.
���   rth   eank of bay, thi tc 1   160 chains
���.    th,   ;���'   chaii -   .��� isl:   more  or   less
'���. lian   Res . .������   line,  thence   ]��'���"
as   south      oug   Reserve   line   to
.   then  til-ni^ shore  to  point  of
,  .'.        '.. ������':;.mt.
W. II. MOODY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
Locators.
ted   April 6th,  10n7.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is    hereby    given that  30
la; ; after .late, we intend to applyto
tion     ("aief    Commissioner    of
,ands    and   W >rks    for    a    spe'ciai
,.   to   ("it   and  carry  away  tim-
' 1 ;���   fi run     tin'    following    described
Hunted   in t'.-.e>  coasi   district:
min.e lanted  head
iih si'.e        :'���:��� mghton
md 0 iouI  ' ic mti" '��� isl of Booker
ei    thence north   I'i chains, west
40
I"
in
SO chains, nor::.  80 1 hains, east
Ihains.   south     10     chains,     east
���. ins,  south       1    chains,    east
notice thai fair'., dajs at' <".
date I inten '. to :. ike a iplicatlon to
the Chief Commissi mer o: Lands ami
Works for a li..".:-.- :,. cul ami carry
away timber from the following des-
i ribe I lands;
Nn 1. Commi ncing al .. p >sl planl -
. 1 on the wes side of Twenty-Five
Mile Creek and 11 -. -ke I James Sharpe,
Ne.. 1 ;mi.-' : then t 10 chains west;
thence south SO e iiains; thence east SO
chains; thence nortii s" chains; thence
wesl I" 1 Iiains, t . ; ilnt ���.;' < ommencement,
No. 2. 1 lommi acing at ,1 posl
;.lant...1 one mile south of James j
Sharpe's No, 1 post; I hence ��ei 1 10
chains; thence south 1 chains; theuce
easl SO < hain-; Ihence nortii s '
chains; theuce wi sl 10 1 halns, to
point of i ommi ui 1 an nt.
I \'!i:s SHARPE,
Tenders   for   License   to   cut   Timber
on  Dominion  Lsnds  In the Pro
vince of Bii*. iii Columbia.
those portions of Sections 1. 2. the
easl half Section 11, and Section 12,
wesl of Timber lhTtiis 272 and 302,
ln Township ���". Range 1, West of the
7th Meridian; also Section 12. the
casi half Section 24, and the south-
oast quarter Section 25, Township 5,
Range 2. Wesl of the 7th Meridian,
containing an area of rt.'i'J.'i acres,
more or less
The berth must be surveyed within  said easter
one >ear after the date of :1m notice
awarding the berth,
The regulations un ler which a license will be Issued, also printed
forms of ton.ier and envelope, may be
obtained al this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
New  Westminster, B. C,
Each tender must   be  accompanied
erly along Bald boundarj to place ol
beginning, excluding therefrom any
portion of Timber Bfirth "OS, which
might fall within the same, containing
an area of 864 acres, more' or h'ss.
Blot i; !. Commencing at a poinl
em :he> easterly boundary of Timber
Berth 302 Block 1. 5 cliains south-
easterlj from the north-easl corner
thereof; thence south-easterlj aleem.
ni ���'' - So 1 halns,more
or less, tei i!i - angi ' In said ea il
boundarj ol rimbei Ih 11 li 302; thence
north-easterly, at right angles to last
course following the ' 0 in 1 try of sahl
Berth 302, 10 ehains; ihence northwesterly paralled to Hr-t course Si1
ehains. more or less, lo correspond
with le'imiii of first ionise; thence
south- westerlj     paralle!    to    second
by an accepted cheque em a chartered   course    10 chains, to    poinl eef eom
bank in favour of the Deputj  of the   mencement, containing an area nt' 320
Miuiste:-  nf  Uie in;.".ior.  lor  the'  nm-
'���;!.'  of ti"' lieinus which the applicant
is prepare I to pay for a license
The highesi or any tender nol nec-
essarllj accepted.
No ton.ler by telegraph will he entertained.
PERLEY (I.  KEYES,
Secretary,
Departmenl of the Interior,
Tenders for License tc Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
I SEALED TENDERS ad in Bsed tothe
, Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
1 De inrtmenl of the Interior, and mark-
acres, more or les,
Block 5, Commencing al a poinl on
the easterly shore of Chehalls Lake,
50 chains southerly from northerly
en I of said lake; thence southerlj
.���ilium sahl easterlj
miles in direct distant
chains east. 160 ch uns north to poinl
of commencement.
Claim No. 3, Commeni Ing ai posl
planted al the n irth w esl c irn >r of
location No. 12. thence t'i chalu 1 we'st,
I1'"1 chains south, li chains eas . 160
chains north 10 point ot' comm 'ncement
claim No. 11. Commencln: al posl
planted al the north wesl corner ol
location No. 43, thence 10 cbains wost,
160  chains  BOUth,   I''   chains   east,   160
cliains north to poini of commence"
ment,
Claim Nev 15. Commen tin . _l tin'
north w.'st corner of location No 11.
thence   40   chains   w<  :.   160   chaina
South, I" chains east. 1 ,el ch ,1:: ; 11 irth
to  poinl   of eoniinence n.e'ii'
Claim No. lit. Posi planted .0 the
north west corner a location No. 12,
thenco 80 chains .' est, '..' i'e imi
uorth, in chains east, SO cha - south,
lei 'chains  cist,    10   chain ���   s "j'h     to
point of commencemi nl
1 Halm No. 17. l'osi pi in -M il tha
north wi'si corner eef 1 icatlon No 11.
thence in chains wr . 160 1 h iin 1
north, in chains ������ ei, 160 . halt) 1
Bouth to point of e nimencemeni
lore of 1;lk''' -'- \ Claim No. 1^. Posl plante I 1 ml
wllh a depth
of 67 chains .en saiel i
uie,I at  righl  angles
sheer,
mens
to the general
411
In .    south   I'i  chains,    wesl
���   Ins to ] oint -.f commencemi nt.
THE    M'LAUGHLIN    LUMBER   CO.
LTD
..'  ., ouver,  It. C Ma'.' 27.  1907.
SEALED  TENDERS  addressed    '���>
mi ihe envelope
LAND   I.EGISTRY   ACT.
iplicatlon lia-
lorence Mary
TAKE  NOTICE that
beer  11 uie to register
:;.. ...    ...   ill,,     iv        .    ill   Pee   Simple
..:���,', .r .. Tax Sai.- Deed trom The Cor-
,-   ,���  ol tin' Districl of Burnaby, in   s. ctlons 27, 2
lames Cunningham, bearing date  th''   tialvi - o\ See tion
r.-ii ler for Tlm-
ihe Commission .   ���:' Dominion Lands, I ber Berth  No. 519," wii!  In- received
Depart!     ..-I'i'  rlor, and marl;-  at   this Depnittuenl    until   12  o'clock
. 1 on the envelope nder mr Tim noon on Wednesdnj-, the 2 Iih .lav of
ber Berth No. 510," will l.e received a; | July, 1907, for a license I" cut timber
this Departmenl until '.2 o'clock nootjon Berth No. 519, comprising Innds
in Wednesdn . the 5th daj of June, situate In the Province of British Col-
LOOT, for u license to cul  timber on   umbia on the   wesl side of chehalis
Berth  NO.   516, lng   lamls Bltll      ;,,,,,.  ttn 1   ,|,   icribOtl   a
'I'i: iber Berth   No.
I hose portions of lhe follow in" I ind
followa;
il0, comprising
,1 eef Chehalls Lake
, ., dn;   "i  March, A. D��� 1902, of all
il ir   ihai   certain   parci 1   or
1 1 :   oi   :. ;. i  an 1  pren Ise      sl  lati .
:,,,,! being iu the Uti.: ol N '���'���
1.
��u   livi
w, .- , in the Pi ivlnce eef Brl
be purchased al $1     C ihunbia,     more
ifl  coal anil $20  for au-
Not  more than   320 acres
; ei.. : bj  one Indlvldu il or
Kowi'.:.   ,1!   the rate Of  ten
l-i ���' e.f ���: 000 pounds shall be
l on 'be  ���;...-s output.
W. W. CORY,
ol the Minister of ihe In-
d   cribed  as
..     .,., 1 04 0       : ediviSion "A" of lol   2!'.   e'' use    Will
group 1.
You and each of you an   herebj re
quired   to  c ml
tux  purch.is
from ibo da
Unauthorized   publlcath
"dvertlsemonl    will no'  he
I
rOP.ESHORE   LEASE-.
is hereby given that, 6u days
ite,   I   Intend  to  apply to  the
Chief  Commissioner   of   Lands
���    foi a leas,, of ihi' foreshore
'���'���   ll( iim;   nml   milling    i"ii-
mprlsing tiie whole of a bay,
!'"' name of Independent Bay,
1  ������'  ' II  tw ' miles south of the
tin- i laims of 1!"'
��� in forty-five days
he firsl publication
this noiic. otherwise I shall regls-
��� . Florence M ir; Eveleigh as owner
thereof In fee. Aud I herebj direct
.',,.: publication of this notice for thir-
1 ,, '. . |n ;, .1 iiij newspaper publish-
. 1 ttt s'ew VVt minster will be good
and sufficienl service thereof.
Dated al the Land Rei
New \\'i stminste
ate in the Pr "ie t British C lum
l.i.1. and descrl ��� . .-. Bfollows:���
Timber   Berth   No.   516,  comprl In*   .. ,,��� h ,i(. hl tiH, w
md oul  Ide 1    Timber Berth 302 Bio :    e,
2, naiin       Si it lon 1 26, 27, tho uorth
hall ol Si ction 28, , the south half of
I Section   3.1,     the    smith   half  and   the
nori '.1 ea I n iarti p of Section '.'��� I, Sec-
, tlon "��� . Tow iiBhlp ���"., an 1 Section ���  1
2, tic .-a ��� h ilf of Section "���. the north
., ��� quarter of Section 10, Seel lon ' 1,
be    mth h 'ii of Section 12, the Bouth
v..- . .���,:   of Sei tlon  11.   and the
s.nitiii-ea.-i  quarter of   Si ction  15, In
Township ''..   all In Range I, West of
l the 7i h Meridian, containing an area
of 1,310 acn  . more or less.
ten ler  musl   bo  act onipanle I
31, an 1 th" :
m 1 32 In Town-
nip  1 .  Range ...  Wesl   of the 6tl
Meridian,   1 ont ilnln 5 nn    area   ol    5
. quare a Hi -. m ir   or li   a,
The berth      isl    e surve; e I within
, :,,   j ���,   after the  1 '    ul the 11 ith 1
awai ling the In
The  i '.��� ilal lon    un te r whli h u  11
,   l,  also    prln od
fi mis of ten ler an 1 envelope, niuj  bi
ol tanlcd al this De; artmenl or al the
offii e nt  the Crov n Timber Agenl  nl
New  Westminster,  ii.  C
ten ler  mus
hearing of sai.I easterlj  Bhore e.f lake
within  the  block, containing an area j ��, e
of 1.". |u acres, more or less,
The berth musl  be surveyed within one j .ar after the date ol the no
tice awarding the berth,
Tho regulations uuder which a lice nse will be Is nted, nl 10 pi Inted
forms of tender and envelope, may be
ol laine i al thl - Depart monl or nl the
oiile-i' of the 1 Irown Timber Agenl nl
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must bo accompanied
bj an aci epted cheque 011 0 chartered
banli :i. favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of tho Interior, for the am
01:111 of the bonus which the appll-
1 ..nt i. ;.;. pare.1 tu pay for a license.
Nn lender by telegraph will be en
ti rtnlne I The lilgheal or any tender
not nece : inrllj  accepted.
PERLEY 11.  KEYES,
Secretarj.
nt menl of the Interior,
11" iwa. April 24th, 1907.
I" chains north f the north wesl
corner of T, L. Ni 7943, thenc 160
chains   west.   10   1 bain ;     soul   .     100
p.ore    . [e   'I       I   e
river to  poinl   ol
river,
com-
NOTICE.
Take  notice tie it,  lhl        I 1   1 atfe
date l ini. i: 1 te m    1    ipplli ation to
.:,.' Chlel Comt il      Land ��� and
Works for a 1 cense to 1;;' and 1
away timber from  lhe ' 1
c rlbed  lands,   lituated   In  New  Wi
minster district,
1.   Commeni Ing   il   a   posl   bi 1
I (hains   easl.
1 tnence Along
mencement,
Claim   No.   Iti      I'e ll   pi r"" I    it   the
north   wesl   corm r    of    T,   1.. "t* 13,
1 ihence LOO chain 1    v ist,    10   ch tin 1
..nil h.    160   i'h 1 us   "   :'       10     . '1
umth to poinl of cii'iii imi'   iu ni
Claim    No.   ial      I'e ll      . I..   ��� I   .
60  chains  weal   of the nortii   tMlSt 1    P
tier of location  No.    18,   thei     80
chnlns we it, 80 chain 1 north, S l nl ains
eaat, 80 chains Bouth '��������� poinl   it 1 1 1
mencement.
Claim  No. 51.    Posl   nl 11 ti I al  the
Bouth wesl corner i'1' T, L. No   7943,
; thence   160 chains  west,    10   c   1
i north.   160  chain      east,     10    eli    1:
south in poinl of nommenceu
Cl li'ii    No,   52,     Pi        plain.' I   a I    it
I ��� chains wi   I of 'ie-'    iu h e. isl c r-
ner  of  T,   L,   No, 791 1     1   160
ei. .in.    west,   10 chains th,    i'i"
inln    enst, 40 chain 1 uorl h to 1 oinl
0   commenci 1111 nl
Located Ma     I, 1907
I iiicnl
WILLI VM   \H 11 -
i'i: \'.k   V VNDALL
.  . nt, !���'   V W' VLL.
MILITIA.
bv an accepted clue, a a chartered       rh�� ^ ���   ^^7 T!t  ^00 and a half miles
bank i��� favo     ol  tl     Deputy ol the  "n" >'car :,,!"' "'���' dal '" ,,,,M"      t creek, thence north el
one year aner tne aaie oi mo in
;   uter of , fo rthe am  , 'warding the berth, ,.,.,,,,    chaln9i
,���,,,, of the  b ���:      which  the appll-      The regulations under   which a li- chain;,  and  wesi  eighty    chainB    to
cense will  be    Issued,   also    printed point of commenceraeni
the south bank of Cypn     creelt aboul   Auction Sale of condemned Ordnance
Stores.
  ���     1    -ie        ���   '������
cant is  prepare.] : .  ;��� iy  for a license.
tender nut no
hi
Columbl 1. this
1907.
Province ol British
h daj ol April, A   D.,
KEITH,
Registrar.
c
ni-
To  I..  A. Bayne, Esp.
,1 with this nstlce,
.iii or und ir
The hlghesl - r an ���
cessarlly  accepte:.
No ten li r by te eg aph wil
tertained,
PERLEY  O.   KEY1
Secret
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, April  6,  1907,
forms of tender and envelope, may be
- obtainod al thli Departmenl or al the
1 e'.i-e ot the crown Timber Agenl al
' New Westminster, B, C
3( Each  tender musl  be accompanied
arv ' i'." nn accepted cheque on a chartered
2. Commencing al a posl sei clo 1
io No. I stake, thi nce norih eightj
chains, west eighty ch ilns, south
1 Ighty chains, and easi eighty chains
��� oinl of commencement,
3, Commencing al a 1 osl sei close
bank In favor of   the Deputy of   the to No. 1 stake, thence   weal   sl
Minister of the  Interior, for tho nm-   chains,   BOUth   I'm I y   ciiains,   easl   one
������;':���':'"' .:'-;:���;:=;:-=::-::=''-
y ft
tin-
All pel   "
' ( Co iti 1-1 md, on the easl   an i those 1 laimlng throu
all  persoi        timing any
I  |and by virtue of
1 April 5th, 19
' "���'������' '-'.I   MOODY    1  ������ ���
P'iANK  VAXDALL
'.::.
THE MORNING PAPER
mai  Ann. and aboul  two  thenv,
from Kildala Arm, interei
any   I
Locator, per-.'
\"\ .'. said
p,i instrument, ami all
ng any Interesl in tho
, .   ....    ..���; ise title in
TELLS THE NEWS
FIRST
eiitnt of the bonus which the applicant
in prepared to pay for a license.
The hlghesl or any teiider not needy accepted.
Nn tender by telegraph will be entertained,
perley ti. Reyes,
Secretary.
:        :    '    ... ���  'il"   illi' I'i ���".
hundred and ilxty ch tin 1, math forty
Chains and went eighty cliains to point
of commencement,
1.   Commencing al a po I n I ien ti. 1
nallway   belt  line,  distant   about  six]
north ot the north    shon'   of
Harrison   1 ike,   th tm       ��������� si    eighty
ChalUS,     norlh    eighty     chainH,     easi
eightj chains and south eighty chains'
und
the   Mini itei   ...   Ililltl D   ������     i,
loi      ft Co., A II
sell  ie.    Public   Vui ��� Idny,
1 iih in-' mi.   al   10:30 o'cl        1   m.,
ei   Vli tori 1. 1 'a lain   1
.1 me.   storet.    1 om
menl;. Tents,  Blanl ets, aud
.ai ams .it ber ai tide
The Ordnance 0   ���   ��� in cha   .    will
furnish any further Info 1 h
may be required,
Article's purchased musl be re   >v
ed within twenty-four hours after the
(  lie.
Terms���cash.
E. FISGT, Colonel,
pttty  Minister of Militia md
Defence.
Departmenl  of Militia and Defence.
(Ii 1 awa, .lune, 1907.
i 8
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY. JUNE i,
'"_ 1937
_-   - "   Yi.��.      >m
CIALS
COQDWILLIE'5   FAMOUS  FRUITS - Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peachis,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE,  in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH SFRAWBERRIB AND TOMATOES.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
JAPAN WILL HURL
BOMB IN CONFERENCE
Island Kingdom May Propose Annexation of Conquered Territory at Hague
;wfm''c<c<c��>>x��>>::��x��x<>'*
S Floorfflaze
.Enamel
PRAIRIE LAND
80 acres in Coquitlam Municipality, in a good location, at the very
low price of $30 per acre, on
terms. Adjoining land is held at
$50 per acre. This is a splendid
chance for a quick  turn  over.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Xew York, June 12.���A Vienna dispatch to the Herald quotes a delegate lo The Hague conference, said 10
j lee the representative of a greal power, as declaring that Japan is to hurl
a hom!) into the conference hy bringing forward the question of the right
I of a conqueror to annex territory (subjugated  with eel!  that  is upon 11.
i     "This   will   Uo   warmly   denied    by
, i.citli Russia and United States," the
Herald's informant is quoted as Baying. The Russians have large private
propi rties in Manchuria a.1.1 Uie Onit-
ed Slates considerable mining an.l
other interests in Korea, or such interests Japan proposes to deprive
'h'-a!. A; ;.!! events that is to be the
ol jecl of her proposition, Th"
United Sseetes proposes to bring a
motion diametrically opposed to 'hat
of Japan ami this, in view of the
lere-.-ent existing friction between Japan and America, it is easy t" see,
contains all the makings of a first
class international row.
:���: IS READY FO.'. SJSE.
;���;
;���; It dries hard over night, with
3 -.-. high gloss, and
fi
;���;  ��� '	
I Wears On ihe Floor
>���
;���;
;���;
'fi.
I'
'*.
>'
:���;
;���;
Timely Reductions
in Lace Trimming
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS &> PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE. FflOIT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, H MISTER
P. O. Bos.   345
'Phone   105.
ITS TIME TO BUY
YOUR
HAMMOCK
and enjoy to the full extent the beautiful
summer under the shady "trees. :       :
We have a Large Stock to select from,
but don't delay;   first come, first choice.
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        1S7 Columbia St.    Te!. 65
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GOUtA SINGH PALLS
OVER PRECIPICE
-Not Off
Soap and water does not
mar it.
It wears as well (eti Outside as Inside Floor.-.
Use il on your In.-ieie
Floors, Veranda and
I'e.reh Floors, Outside
an.l Inside Stairs or
Steps, anil wherever yen
want a durable
High Gloss Enamel Finish.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
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Hindu Tumbles Down Cliff
Opposite Leopold Place-
Johnston   to the Rescue.
Officer .lohnston, of the city police force, had a strenuous half hour
about six-thirty last night, svlien he
1 esi ned Goula Sins from a precarious
position, about forty-five feet down
the cliff opposite Leopold Place.
Goula, who is a wanderer from
"India's Coral Strand." had succeeded in getting outside of a consfderably
larger quantity of local tanglefoot
than he could convenfiftitly navigate
wiih. The sidewalk was not quite
wide enough for Goula, .so he took
the road. He was iref particular as
to which side he took, but took it
indiscriminately. After much careful
steering, he succeeded in getting as
far as Leopold Place, when he came
to tite conclusion thai the going
would probably be better near the
edge of the hill, or that the breeze
blowing Off the river might help '. '
cool his fevered brow. Just when he
started on his roll 'lown the hill is
not certain, but a car conductor notice:] a strange object shooting down
the incline and finally lodging in
some convenient  bushes,
Did Goula make a valianl attempt
ve get up again? Xot he, he put his
trust in Buddah and sevi ml other
ele Ities and h< Id tight.
The incident was nol long reaching
Officer Johnston's ea . md he q iTbl -
Iy hurried to the scene, tii scrambling down the   cliff    soon    Kad    the
v;,. are ov< rstocked in  m ������ ���    lines of  Lace   it      ., , ,,U]h
...   ,i(, ... (he presi nl  a fitting time "1 offer sharp red ic-iicns.
\,, mon   opportune tim<   ���    ild   be  chosen  for C]eai
���1. n now when the muslin wa h goods are In demand J
eeded.    NOTE   THESE   PRICES:
25c to 50c Laces for 20c per yd
.   es oT �� le;''   and ci   in I )i ie ntal  Uu, -. | i .,
erl   us   Wide Valeni en Ine 1 on hons,   il
��� . _:   values   'rom 25c to 50i      Ch ai ..nce'  price 20c.
12ic to 25c Laces for 10c per yd
Over ' ' pieces  In this lot.    In  this  box  will  bi   louiid Torchon
Pillow   ;. ces,  Oriental   Laces, Valenciennes  and   mt .
used  laces;   values from 12 l-2c to 25c. Spei lal       e, lOcjj
8c to 12ic Laces for 5c per yd
An immense range In this lol al  this lo wprlce,    Torchon Inse
tions ..ii i   Laces, Valenciennes and ."illeiw Laces, all one price, 5ej
Remnants ��� One-Third Less
odreds of Short  Ends ol  Laces of every description   Yi   i
save one-third and one-half the regular  price on  thi  ���
We stock the celebrated
Peter's Swiss Milk Chocolates, the most delicious of all confectionery.
Sold in packets.
Lemon's Milk Chocolate
in tasty boxes, the most
suitable of all gifts to a
young lady.
See Window Display.
T. A. MUIR
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THE MHiliGIST
Columbia SI.
W. S. COIUSTER & C
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247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
New Stock Patterns
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Extra Good
Housi   on Ash street, convenient   to car and Fourth   avenue, Bii
rooms     $1500.3(1
Fe.tilth avenue, modern he.'ise, six rooms, near car line.    Price $16X|
20 acres on North Road, unimproved,    first    class    soil.      Pt   ���
pi r   acre     $5
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THCS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE!
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for everyone, for all
occasions, and of the
very best quality, is
what you will always find.
lava. ...-.���^l-f.egtorA'.vjr.  - 'W ' -'oAxMl.
Also Books, IM��ij;tiriiies, INJcw spapcrs, &c *
I J. J. MACKAY y CO. I
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KEEP YOUR
VALUABLE
PAPERS    ���
IN A
Safe Deposit
I BOX '
IX  THE
Fire - Proof Vaults
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THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT CO'Y, Ltd.
Paid iipCucita!, S 100,000
insa
lUST OPENED
AT
OREY'S
leiterurbnn    Line.
Cars for Vancouver nnd way
stations will run every half-
houi i. m 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
City Lieiiits Line���Service from
0:1"   ei.   in.   to   1 i   p,  in.
22- Mlnul; Service���No transfer.
J:, twe-rn 12 and 2 and ~< and T,
30 Mii-j'.i Service���During remainder of day. Trans.'.- r al
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be-
Iwoeii S a.m. and 11  p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Service from  b,.2b a.
m   to  ll  p.m., except between
12 and 2, and ���"> and 7, during
which hoars the service will be ���
half-hoorly. *
Sunday Service   hair-botirly be- *
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m,        *
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot ���    i... ly things in CHINA,
f uital !��� fe i . e Iding gifts,
A.bI i'i ���     long   turban   unrolle I,  nn I
this, if wire cable inn le
a   ropi   nil Idem I)   long  to    . nch I i
:;.      ip, om  i nd   if '..'.' h w a
feist  ne the Hindu's body.
Bj thl li ie several others ha 1 arrived on thi spot, and with Johnsl m
supporting the man and the others
pulling on the rope, he w - finallj
broughl to the top. It was decided ; >
lake him to the lockup, where he pro-
' > eded to indulge In n peaceful slum-
b( r, undisturbed by dreams of tumbling ov r precipices.
Io Encourage the Growth-
OF THE  1! INNIE  BAIRNS,   USE
Easterbrook's
Imperial and Whole Wheat Flour
An-I give satisfaction to the Ladies by use < .'
Our Noted  Pastry Flour
10 pound, 24 pound, and 49 pound sacks,
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. Telephone 333.
���' ''Real estate agreements of
.sale purchased on short notice
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., ltd,
DLACKIE BLOCK
R J. HART,    ���    Manager
Monarch   See  Courtier Die.
t. tn I i ,::��� 12. While King EI-
ward "ti I Queen Alexandra we re in
atte ndance lasl night al a gala performance of the opera with the king
nnd queen of Denmark as their ?uesl i,
Major General Sir Arthur E, A. Ellis,
extra equerry to the Ping, died sud-
;' nl    during   the   performanc ���   from
he '.'���'���'isi'.
"Quality and  Price"
When you get supplies for the pantry you want them
fresh.     Then when you want good
TEA   AND   COFFEE
why don't you call on the .nan who makes a specialty
of them, and get valCie for your money?
Edmonds Tea Co. S8t"ml"umm"m
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY  NEW;
Phone 309
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