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 louxt -���
ite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
llutnbia St.
NUMBER 1
^���^,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY ^1907.1UL H^O
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C
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DIES IN ASYLUM
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"   of Nelson, i s ..
Falling  On
was   inti   epted
s designs
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PRICE EOR SOCKEYES
MAY BE LOWERED
REBUKAH    OFFICERS.
Ladies  Confer   Degrees
Visitors.
A
isin< >s  ami
Entertain
-< -.-.. v.
PAtoMPAM
TO BUILD EXTENSION
Mn
ured   b^^^^
,jj in Corridor
-
....  nnd tin-: the
W,   Sinclair,   cami
i death results follow-
I his condi-
i^3 -        to
j hysical  shock, and
cn -
j   .  ..
'
���  -   ...
in .. C  ���
���
Hi
Canners   Association   Meet
Today tu Decide on Value
:  Fish This Season.
Bi    Rebukah   ...'. gi   \-    5, ol  the
i   o   o. k. was h��     . ��� evening Addition to  Present   Plant
thi   K  of P, hall, ��������� 'e.i* large-
���'    ���    51
'���''������'���      :^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
ental to his recovery. We,   '
alt*
'   ���    ��� i rule as i
i<
not si
Tom. How
��� ���   that  nc blame is
��� ti       f the attend -
���   cerdict rendered
.      ipi 11   lilt'   In, |)    ,.;
S.liei.eii
nn Inmati  ..-   ' '��� '   '   lnd    :-' '  '
.  .:...     Wh        ..:���   .     .;'
cm   Monday.    Owln
pt-ruii     cirt umstances    sur-
eath ol thi   patient, an
. .   ..:   the   it qui si   ol
1 ��� ���     mi die al   supei Inti ndi ni
... .. .    . n ;������  was empanelled:
wbraj       ��� man, J. P. Bilodea i,
- : McKi nzle,  W,   .1
..:.: ���:   C. Purdy.   Captain Pit-
Jgb wi - the coron( i. while  i >i s
nej  Doherty gave ex-
Ki'
to show
���    ��� ���
later the e knowi
est has yel
ose  wai h    -
one to  si
does no in. ;
Tbe answei  to the
the young couple w<  ��� ���  i
������   ��� e marrie I, and ..���-...
���   ���     ttachnu nt  was ken off al thi
earnest   solicital ions n      ������     -
lady's  parents.    A  few ...
trouble I yo ing   i    n   ��� ned that hi:
Ij   att) . idi . members   ..-well  as
visitors from  offilla ��� gri s.    The
Chief work I the evtniv.g II iho in-
sta .... n   of offlc* rs  :       the    half
freting of thi   Frasei River Can-   yen    commencing Juni   I   which was
ssociation will bi   held tomer    mplished withoul .
rning   ai   1]   o'clock   In  Van-      The following   new    officers    wen
I     thi   pur]   -.  oi arriving at I clecti fill  thi   .   sl    ns  for    the
prici   t<     ���   paid  foi   sook '��������� ���   of the  preseni  year:   N.  ti..'
ig the preseni  season,   and   Sistei   M, A.  Diamond;   V   G., Sister]
-    ���   transad    thei    business   per-   1:   Rogers;  R, S., Sisi     eKith;  K   S.
-  to  thi   Canners     association.   B Coatham;     I easurer,    Sistei
���   I     this  effeel   leas  been  senl   M'lla ���  Warden, Sisti      Clark;    Con-1
te    ���  ���    ti      is   members   eef tii    ductoi    Sistei   Gilley;   0,  G., Brothei
ia . ���, Mi Leo i.  I. G . Sister Fri . ��� ���     R S N
o   speaking   yesterdaj   to a  repr��-|Q     Sister Ida Pearce, L.S.N G.,Sis
������:.:..-.. ���   News on Lhi   sockejje   '��� '   Lizsie  Ferguson;   R S.V.G., Sis-1
on   James  Anderson,    manager   '���< i   Fales;   L.S.V.U., Sister   M,    V.
Will Cost $40,000���Work
Commences September 1.
Afti    negotiating toi    some    weeks
with thi C. P, R with a view to securing possession v>f the water lots sr.
uated   I m media iel j   oast  of  his   pres-
i nt  i  ��� mlsi -   iie, -. ge  Cassadj
manage    .f the 8 C. Packers' associa
tion,  has  finally obtained  pennission   tivltles,  which follow*.!   wen
to u�� lh< property, and hi  will then     anj waj  limited as to time.
fore
HAPP\    OLD   TIME.
N ;'���:   B'r..s   Ho .1     Solemn    Conclave
6..;  Sml e  Late-.
A h.i. , j ni si oi Ow is hel | svi aj in
th)   Bagles'   belli   last    evening     the
 sii ..  :1 ing  the fii - la!   1 .--it
ol a prominenl Ow I, H, v.. Li avitt, of
Se..: [Ji grand 1 xecuth 1 of the grand
���...-; of th.- Brotherhood ol Owia.
Vboul sixtj members of the New
We stralnsti nesl wt 1 n atti ndanoe,
and their numbers were reinforced bj
about   tw�� ntj :\\e o\   :b. mbers
eef the Vancouvi 1 neat, who came ovei
in   charge  of Executive  Bordeau,   of
Vancouver   vie. business oi I he mi i I
Ing ��eis of short duration, but the feel
not   m
11   uns
St, M mgo cannery, stated that , Insley.
T!u- new officers wi
ago
When   Mr,   Cassadj    ...sein; ted   to
believed   the price    of    sockeyes :     Tho now officers were  vested with   lease thi   lots from the city  last  fall,
,   lecraasi I from the present   thi   :e��e!  of  their    -  positions  he learned thai thej were hold bj the
.    namely,  2;   cents, on  account   l'-v    the   follow ini;    Installing    grand   C. P. R   under a long agreement The
���  ���     mdition ol the market, which   officers      D.D G  M .    Sister    Lizsie  city, however, agreed t.e transfer Uie
aimed was  verj   poor.    At    the   Keith;  Grand Marshal), Sister Fales;   leases to the B   C    Packers' associa-
commence on September  I,  tin    IS   1  thu morning when the Vancou-
erection of a $40,000 addition to the   vei   contingent   boarded    the special
preseni  packing plant, in accorJan 1 and started for the Terminal city,
with plans   ormulated several     iftei   having   assisted   the   locals  in
provl ling ��ne ol the most enjoyable
evi . ;  sessions possible.
The  entertainment   took   the  form
e't songs, recitations, speeches, storj
telling, etc, interspersed with ample
���e ���   shtnents and seletctons from the
band    Grand  Executive Leavitt
evening of the season on the first in-1 Grand Warden, Sister Mamie Insley; tlon from the C,  P   R . provided the   splendid speaker and his oratory 00
t, he had fixed upon 25 coins on|Grand Secretary, Sisi.:  \v   a. Qilley; necessarj    arrangements    could    be  subjects hoth  fallow   and    profound
his own account to start the season  Grand Treasurer, Brothei   Keith and made with the railway company.          W:|S keenly enjoyed b) all,   Executive
:. and was paying that figure  Conductor, Sister w. A   Gilley. Mr, Beaaley, coast superintendent oi   Bordeau is an amusing bird, anel hia
1    Besides the installation of officers, the C, P, R., after several interviews,
initiations wore  conducted   by  which refused to give up possession of the
seven  now  members  were  added  to water  frontage,  claiming  thai    theii
r   all   the   sockeyes   offered,   which
not   many,   but   he expected   to
thi   price  decreased    when    the
iced at thi   aquesl   ox-fiancee was mattei  comes u;   foi
hat the deceased met   :ini1 ne 'mm' :'-''-''     '������ ;' :   ' ; thinlc-
1   es  :. -   in��  ollt   "  Bchem'
....,,  .....  ....,;.,.,.   match,    lie. finally decided  upoi   -
hi   body revealing the   l'lan t(J ,lriu' ':',K :'uur- w :;   n out 1
.  fivi   ribs broken, as \Iown-
The woul .-1 ���   ass, sin 1- nol cn
ed   w-ith  an  over l< se of g aj
by   persons  who  are intimatelj     1 ��� ���
quainted with him.
'
I l)
min : internal injuries. Sin-
1 . .��� 1 very ^ lolenl patli nt,���the
: rii ��� di ��� itlent who has been un-
|:>.itn In iho as> lum foi 1 1 liable tin e, ace ording to Dr.
Irt),���and stringent measures end
adopted with him. On Monday
|:.. ��� being taken from his
P. ������ ractory ward to have
(ita. Sua .;:1." attacked Attedant
��� ���: thi   1 we, men clini hed,
��� ne I   next   is   not '
' ������ ��� -'-e ms thai S nclair
-'i.i.''     . each  in  tin- corrifli r,
...   '   ������    been   injured  at   this
:     ���   Satui daj  preA ious    I
Jul    ��� fighl   with another
��� is  possible thai  some
inie.v  have bei u ms-:
��� time.      Aftei     being]
control,   Sinclaii   was
- ��� ight jacket, bul made
rid   himself   ol    the
��� sertions   undoubtedly
four    hours    after
��� ridor, he Jied.    The
n,   was   hurt   bj   the
-ieen on the right arm
eu' bis injuili -
1 j'ii an inmate ol 1 he
ch ���'.. coming here
. e he had worked
��� ni e r for sevei al of
avlng been previ rosly
Chambers, a  machln-
go.     dn   llle    V, IJ    i e
March,  he  was    so
bad to be handi .e'1' id
..���������I ;   the join ney.
ttendani whi   ^as at-
. ". bas bei neni]
.'.-. lum foi   .
��� 1 England.    ; I       nu
��� :e led, and lia    Lhi
���   itnentl   suited for
. "   in eveiy wny.
attendanl    at
sei ved    ��� Ight
'   I,    .-.;,      ree    '11-
. Liiiiiiess: .ei as
. lie' Ben! iii charge I
thej    won
spital to an
Thursday.
Although a number   of
go out nightly, the number of sockeyes  m   far secun I are hardly worth
discussion   on;'ths  fold.   There are still five mud1.- ! coal hankers were situated    on    the
: dates for member shi 1   waiting tie be! front ond of the Uns. anel they pro-
fishermen  Initiated and these will   ���  put through   posed to continue using them for coal-
at een early date, lng purposes,   The company, however,
S;fter the business 1: tbe evening agreed tei let the Packers' association
had been finished, refreshments con- use the space immediately behind the
sis Ing of ice cream and cake were   coal  bunkera, which  is  about  'n  bj
ent, and the balanci
verj sociabl, spent.
tin
attention.    About   150  boats are   out
between this city and Steveston. and
11 ���������_ dt not average half a dozen fish
< ai b     l;   u.'.s reported from  Ladners
yesterday that one boat secured twenty Beven sockeyes but that was con-
sido.'e .   exceptional.    Tho  Si.  Mungo
cannery secured only about two dozen
; sockeyes yesterday, while the spring
salmon catch was very heavy,���prob-
.     .   500 urns.    All the other dealers.
______________________________________________________ -Messrs.     Biitterfie id   A.-   Mackio.    the^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
 . Royal City  Fish company,  Monl'    &\ 	
mpany, and others   an   getting all     ,. .        .... . .-,
Committee Unable to Secure the'spring saiirion they can lnndio. ^iver Improvement Uvmmit-
but very few sockeyes.    The dealers       tee    Will     Get     Valuable
..-   pn    .'.ing that the run will commence  within the next  ten  days, and
���-  "    . nticipate Beeing a full force ��� <f
��� -' ���   men out on rive:- on Sunday
��� .- ning.
li I stories produced the laughs, A
place on the platform was occupied
iy Executive a. Q, Peters, of the
In 1! nest.
The Brotherhood of Owls has made
wonderful Btrides since iis organisation last September, There are now
ISI nests in Cen.id.1 ami the I'niteil
Slates, all of which have a vor;. high
membership,   Tho local lodge has iu>
soived to the hundred 11  more pros-   SO feet   The offer was accepted, nm!   members, Vancouver over 800, Seattle
1407, Portland  1000, and other towna
proportionately large,
CITIZENS PICNIC
STILL UNDECIDED
Suitable Boat For Excursion to Bellingham.
CAPT. ROGERS
PREPARES DATA
Assistance���New Chart
time was   the   necessary    documents    will    be
issued   ver)   shortly.
Hy  Hie arrangemenl  ol the apace,
the Packers' association will be   de
barred 'rom the uie of tin- wharfage
and will therefore be prevented from
using coal for power purposes ,:v wa.
intended,
Mr. Cassedy states thai he wil)
overcome the difficulty by burning
crude ."'. ���. h'i.. he *o'e be able to
store in large tanks under the' wharf.
The 10 w building will be three stories
high, .unl will be aboul 75 feet long
by BO feet wide, and will not cost less
than $40,000
WEEKLY EXCURSIONS
PLANNED FOR CITY
Scheme to Bring- New Westminster's Advantages to
the Fore Launched.
���
'���
I
Nothing definite hat yet  been settled with regard to tin   propose . 1  U	
/ens' picnic, and  the dati   ol  the pi .. - Trouble   Over   Cash   Register,
nlar outing for the New Westmiuatei       \  -.. ial jurj   will assemble In tbe
citizens is etill a mattei   for specula- . irl  room this morning to hear the
tion.    A meeting  ol   thi    ilcnl      om- a tion   brought   by   C.  F,   Pretty,   of
mittee  was  held   lasl 1 .-ening  In  thi Harrison, againsi M, .!. Okawara, ntso
hoard of trade room,  with Georgi   S ol  Harrison, for the recovery of th.'
eley In the  chair,  when      ���   - 1 sale    price of   1   cash  register, which'
uation was full j dls   issi I. ���  ���    laintil   alleges Okawara purchas-
The members   if thi      anspartai ��� from bim and  refused to pay ror. |
committee reported that  ...      d in- The defendant  set  up the claim ihtei
terviewed  E. J.  Coyle, general    pas- hi  declined to pay for the registei
senger agent  oi   thi     C.  P   R.,  with thi   ground  thai  if  was useless.    W.
reference ti   securing a boat fo.   thi r. Whiteside will appear for the plain-
excursion, bul s 1 fai    '   had been un- tiff and AV J. Bowser, of Vancouver,
:     e'l
able ue : irnl ih a crai       I ���'���  .   m ���
1 ���>��� reported thai  tin     bad     '' along
been In   Lhe hope se   iring    th
Princess Ftoj-al,  the   new    C. P. It.
ste< mor now  building,  but   word   ba
very    recently   be< n   ri celved
Vancouver to thi   effed I bat tin   boa!
was still far from bi Ing finishe I, an '
although ..   . ngemi nts    wi 1 ���      ������ ini
made to starl h< i i 0 l   r 1 Irsl noi th-
orn trip . 11 the nlni teentl
not   then  bi   0 it  of  the      a ���; 1 nti 1 s
hands.  1".:'    o     rmj    ��� entei
would go noi th on hi dm
lng the .-' ���   ���
The mi mben    if 1 hi tation
heiug  committee reported that tin    I e.i   ���   n
promised ise of the    .   mi
-'���I diploma from the  ot Nanali      rhicl it 400
gicai ,   sot la-   pa8sengi n I    ,vas t!
'   '  In em,1 Ireland. 1!''   of opinion thai far I ���
: ���     . :;��� lose bis tetn-   small  for the    n [iiiri m< ���:'-       Vfti
"ng ih,.  unfortunates  Bome further discussion, the meetln
according to Dr.
will acl foi the d< fendant.   Tin
will   commence  at   ll    o'clock
'    . ���   '    ,.e    of  V ... 1 uv<5r, pr -
trial
w I' '
lini
SURREY ROAD DAM
CAUSES TROUBLE
Co.   Blocks
Part of Highway���Action
Henps  Timbe
Threatened.
Having been appointed by the river
improvenii nl committee to g-.ithor
lata pertaining to the Eraser rivor
wiih the objeel of having Lhe Domln
lon governmenl enti ipon e,n exten
sive Improvement scheme, Captain
Rogers js making goj I -, ugress with
his mission, and will be able to nun
his material over to Uie cctnm'ittee at
an early data
Captain Rogers was appointed to
earrj oul the work I j thi 1 ommlttee
al ih, ins: meeting whl< h took place
about a month ago, and since thai
time he had kepi on the hunt. Foi
lowing oul the suggestion made by D.
S. Curtis, a member of the commltteo
.1 map of the river :��� im the mouth
to the Praser river mills al Millside,
show lug all the In lue tries Bcattere I
ee' ng the big water waj, will he' 1 oni-
piled h;, a local civil engine er,
All Information ��bit h has or maj
be gathered by Captain Riogi 1 s will
be turned over to th   ent: ������ ��� ;' ������   an
irly date, and this Infoi mai Ion will
1 e used In the compiling of the map.
map and all data available will
bi Laid before the Dominion govern
men: by .1 special delegation which
will go to Ottawa Bonie time during
the latter pari ot tli . r or oar:;.
fall to press for rlvi r imj rovei 11 nt,
County  Court  Cases.
Judge Cane held county couri chambers in  ihis city  yesterday   morning
and gave rulings in a long lis! of ������!'
plications, after which several   Bults
were hoard and judgments giv n,
in the case of Abbotl vs Heaton, in
which R, 0, Abbott, formerly oi L. id
nor and now of Mission, had Bued Wil.
nam Heaton, of Delta, for the recoj -
ery of $63  lor goods claimed  lo ha\e'
been s"iei and delivered, and the de- j
fendant had entered a counter claim
for  $ir,o  commission   for   leaving  sedel
the  plaim ill's  farm,   judgment    wns
given   .mauling   both   claims.     It   was
ruled  that  the plaintiff's claim Bhoul 1
be deducted  from  defendant's    eieuim 1
ami  iho  balanci   paid, togi ther  with
one soi of costs to be (axe 1 against
Lhe plaintiff.    E. Jones ol Vancouvi r,
appeared for Lhe plaintiff, und !���'   VV
Howay and J. P, 11. Bole for the ,lo-
I'e llelaill
The  case o[  1 luff  vs.   Hon- in   \ a
e.lsee heard eeml judgment was ._:i\.'n in
favor <ef the defendant,    In ttii:- . m
a.i!    Huff sued for back wages am
ounting in $118 alleged to be due him,
it. 1.. Reid acted for the defendant an 1
VV.   J,   Whiteside   for   lhe    ;    I
Judgment with ci   - u ^   gi imti i i In
The mi mbers of the b, putatfon wlll  defendant,
. us,      if 11   portion    of    Hall's
, 1 1 for .1 dam for thi h mill
.....    [eaps   Timber   companj    Is
.,...    considerable    commeni
ie chosen  al   1 be  m -,i    n -< ting    of
the commltti e, I hi  .1. Lc 1 ee' which h 11
nol yot been set,   li Is un lei Btood Lhal
ii   ihis phaso of tho proposition has nl
m I,
I
Sir
la ment
'lili.S', 11
5 he   1
I"'"'" hi.
. ?eat1       bai he
l��rtMorelm
: 1   1 men In the
w.'is adjourni 1  t-_    ���   ml   ���
call of ih" pn   ; ent.
at     thi
ready been talked ovi 1 pi i lately, and
will be one of the
Surrey, and    strong    representations
ave  been made to the    reeve   and I thai Robert Jardine
ooiiiicil against  the    continuance   of deputation,
auisance.    The  blocking    of   ..	
.    if  the   road   by   lumber   pill J.  A.   Lee   Gets Contract.
. been a grievance with thi   Surre ���
fin ih.
:- attached toi japs prepare fcr War. ha* been a grievance with thi  Surrej ;    John A. Lee, the �� ... known rurnl-
"  ���ni;-1""mini., occur-      Washington   B. C, July 9.���A aev, .. iple  for a considerable time  past,  hire man, has securod   the   contrai
ns d physiciol aa well   n.ason  tor the  transfer of the    At- and the matter has now been broughl   tor the furnishing ,b Mrs  Ooolt's new
c'ek. and his efforts to  |anti0 ��quadron to the Pacific   coast to a   load  by  Albert   Bamford, who.  restaurant and  aparlmenl   lum-'.    in
' '"���    straight    jacket, has been learned here,   n is said that through the medium of his counBel, the  Dominion Trusi  building, al the
Bering    from    live  owing ,��� reports   oi   -��� irei   Bervice y. w. Howay, has threatened to take corner of sixth streel and Columbia
was the direct cause of  ��������������   v_0 have been In Japan, the .   ���: ��� unless the nuisance complained| The furniture will 1
has been made. eef is remedied Immediately, the eoun-
agents  of the    United |cil to he held jointly resitonalble with
William Hen er. n, t lhi Fn 1
Mvei 5 ��� ible . ��� Iven idgmeii
;" ..in'.; \i.e 1 iii Dail ei for tho sum
"i J8C 50 foi ke pin", tli ��� de ion lanl
horses, The plaintiff was represented
by P. VV Howay and J, P ll. Bole, an 1
the defendant appeare 1 in person,
The case of Royal  *' i 1 >    Tran f< 1
I'ompain.    Messi I    ili'ljoa    ol    al,    _U	
iho Calgary  Milling    company,    was George Johnson ahd    W,   11.  Brown,
called, bul by common consent 11 was lwo lunatics v.ho escaped  from    iii<-
adjourned tin the twenty-third inst., provincial    asylum    prbbatloa    farm
or as soon after eas may be oonven- aboul throe weeks ago, ami who ware
An enterprising scheme has    boon
launched by  Messrs, Blair, Buchanan
and Huff, the Lwo former of this oltj,
which, ii is anticipated, will bo vol
umes towards placing New Westmin*
siei real estate values before Lhe eai^*
iiaiisis of Vancouver and other cjftrtVs
The scheme Involves no h" ,_, \^al, ip...
running; of excursions   ttvtn  v.moon-
, vor to mis city Weekly, or even mora
often, accord^ '" "l"' wwoesa of the
undertaking,    Mr,  17.'."'."""''  i,1,,;l  '" u>
have the excursions conducttN [>v '���"'
New Westminster real estate mi *' '  '
leetively, ouch bearing a proportion "**'''
sh.'iri' of Uo' cost,   He bus Interview   |
a number of the local dealers airesd; .
ani had n.oi with hearty em ourage
im ni    ii,   rsi ired a  Ne'us man last
evening thai lhi  scheme would i>oal
lively go through,
li is the opinion 6t more 1 ban tia.it
the real estate agents of this ��� It) that
\.",\ Westminstei 1 ropertj nee 11 onlj
u 1,' know ti i" be appreciated, ' There
are mill silos on the river and siti s
foi Industries scattered th rough duL Lhe
city, ii'.,' equal of which cannol be
fi und any i���!-1 -������ and any persons w bo
nn actlvi Interesl ol brlngl ig
im     1 the 1   ��� "in.m ol   e npltiall 1
��111  i'vi     ��� .ei erodlt," remarked .1
nlnenl clti�� u   estei day,
LUNATICS RETURN.
Rr.n  Away  From Farm  to  Show They
Could  Do   It.
D,  Stephenson,  chief of  provincial
polii o. accom.pi lied by Chief of Po
lice .1. I'm. 11 .1 of Nl naiiii". an Ived in
the citj   .1  '��� daj    h&\ Ing In chai ge
made strenuous
himself was evident
I cl ,',l:        "" hia nock, whore it
ket '  the collar - C the
'bo unfortunate man
n,'", "" ' '" Thursday, a brother
.. .,"  '    ��� I   being due to arrive
r to 1   '  '    ;i:' ,'1'"'" Nelson In or-
K'   tharge of the rune.ral.
agents,
warlike move'
The secret
lent. Tho action is for the recovery
of balance alleged to be duo ior teaming ami hauling llnur and feed.
StaP'S
the company  In the mutter of dam-
 [ovoi'iinien' "lor   .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ough Inspections of the movements oi   ages.
the Mikado'a government, and reporl      :i a recent meeting of the Surrey
���,,, ,������, .reparation,   tor war have | council,  a  resolution  was Introduced
captured  by lhe police    on Ballanac
Inland.    The   two iinloi'iiinatos offered
no resistance I i the polios when thej
wore cornered.
When (questioned by the police aa
1.1. c
'���ni
!t",   : "":" aown to Victoria
|��B, c p,��     ""  "'" meetings of
'''"    commission, winch
M city today,
1 the  highest
grade,  the bedroom    furniture    being	
quartered oak, with braes and    iron     OWiii!g to the rush of orders, the In-
bedsteads, fitted  with   steel    spring dependent shingle mill Is being oner- to why tbey had made their escape
mattresses.    Tbe dining room will be ated   nighl   and   day.    Since    taking  from the farm, Brown, who bad lucid
In  early  KngllBh oak,    with    maroon possession of the shingle mill m.iuat-   Intervals of considerable duration. c\
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    ���ther  upholstering.    Bevelled   Brit- ed in (be west end of the city about,   plained that   they  had   left  tbe  faun
-j. i��� ih��� orient ' by   Councillor   Hamel,   and   seconded   Ish   pinto glass mirrora will  lino tho six months ago, the Independent com-   In order to demonstrate how easy  it
Miiiiri!i'','li',iiii *
Th   renort was hurried to headquar-   by.Councillor Buck, to the effect that  walleof the restaurant, nATting it one pany has made great headway in put-   was   to    escape  from    the    asylum
'��� 'Vh's city   and bas resulted In i the council should not ln future enter of the most attractive in British Co- ting the plant In an up-to-date con- authorities.   Having proved their con-
'''* '"        orders recentlj  Issued for   /nto an  agreement,  with    the Heaps Juinhia. ditim. and the shingles    turned   out teutlon, they were quite willing to re-
Qtii   squadron  companry wit h reference to the use   'there are now In strong demand-.   A  turn. /
^       ... ! of the road  for a dnm.    The motion      Dr. Fagan, the aggressive anti-tub-  peraber of the company reports that- ������/
Th&   fflclal reai      toi  the uansfer' was unanimously carried, and the mill  eroulosls campaigner, came over from they  are  having    some    trouble    to1    E. J. Fader left the R
00 ,, ,.; p j r.ictlcej company has been notified to acl   In   Vancouver yesterday for a couple of secure enough timber to keep   them. blan hospital yesterday n|
cruise "���'   contemplated,
the hurried
the  cruise ol
J the maLler at once.
hours.
going
a throe weeks' stay in that jar ���
THE DAILY NEWS
riJE8DAY
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SPECIALS
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS FRUITS - Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS. Ir"*"���^*^^
Here's Your Chance
Three-fifths acres on the upper side of Sixth Ave.
between Moody Square and the 12th street tram
line; streets on three sides.
PRICE $1 500 ON TERMS.
This lot, long desired by many investors, has just
come into the market. It has a beautiful situation, with a frontage of 99 ft. on the avenue. It
lends itself to profitable subdivision. Don't delay
if you wish to own it.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, RISKIER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone
105.
Mayor Keary left yesterday on a
trip to Eastern .joints, and will be
absent'from the city about ten days.
He gave out before his departure that
Minneapolis, Minnesota, would be one
of ljis objective points.
The body of Jake Terry, the notorious outlaw, who was murdered ati
Sumas, Washington, on Friday by
Ous Lindsly, while the former was attempting to enter the bedroom of ihe
latter'g wife, was buried in Bellingham   at   the   expense   of   the   city.
j no relatives having appeared on the
[ scene t^ claim the body.
In order to allow more light to penetrate in some of the rooms at tbe
Burr block, windows are to be placed
in the west end of the building, tin-
workmen having commenced on this
task a few days ago. Four rooms will
be benefitted by this means, two on
ihe first floor, and two on the upper
story.
Sixty young people attended the social given last evening in the Queen's
Avenue Methodist church under the
auspices of the Ejiworth league an
enjoyable time being enjoyed by all.
The social was given with the object
of .attracting strangers to the church,
and in this the promoters were eminently successful, sixteen new xcm-
hers  joining   the   league   during   the
i course of the evening. Ice crean:
strawberries and cake were some <,r
the delicious refreshments provided by
I the entertainers for their friend;
The city carpenters   at   the   park
| have just completed the construction
of four long tablo and benches under
I the   shade   trees  between     the     race
j track  and   the   boulevard   which  will
j be at the service ot picnic   parties.
| .Aid. Johnston, chairman of the parks
I committee,  since his   election   to  the
i council   board,   has  originated   many
improvements  to  the  parks,    which
; visitors to the grounds have found ne
J be   decidedly  useful,   and   the  tallies
and benches will certainly nit be the
least appreciated of them.   The tables
are 20  feet   long   and  will   therefon
accommodate a fairly large crowd. Bi -
sides  the  tables.   Aid.  Johnston   has
had  constructed  a large  brick  oven.
suitable for boiling water and wanning feed, and he has also had a tap
from  the  city   water  service    placed
near the tables.
We have just opened up a nice
line  of   ALUMINUM   GOODS.
including'���
| Preserving Kettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc Etc.
a i" These poods are giving
splendid satisfaction, and we
recommend  them.
I ANDERSON
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SUMMER   IS   HERE !
Keep out those Bluebottles
Fool those Mosquitos
hy fixing' up our
Screen Doors ana
Screen   Windows
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
tw Agents for   "KLEENO" "RJ
INDIAN WOMEN STRIKE
AT NORTHERN CANNERIES
Victoria, July S.���A report has just
been received from the north to the
i ffect that there has been considerable
trouble with the help in the northern
canneries, and that in many of them
the Indian women sire on strike, Nothing is known as to whether the.trouble will be setileei in time for handling
of the fish which are now begin-
seeli lias been backward and the live:
i.i swollen to an extent that makes it
difficult to fish.
The run of salmon in the Columbia
is still light, with no decided increase
looked for until the high waters begin to recede and gel clearer. Fr Te
j Puget soun l nothing of importance has
come to hand. Fishing is being don*
in the more favorable parts of the
waters of ii|ijie.r British Columbia, and
also In several streams in Alaska, but
no particulars have come to hand.
IT'S  THE
LITTLE THINGS
that, forgotten, make life
miserable when camping
LIME JUICE for the thirsty
LEMONADE
TOOTH POWDER for
cleanliness
SOAP for  cleanliness
SPIRIT KETTLES for
speedily making hot water
HAIR BRUSHES
POCKET   CORKSCREWS
Etc.,  Etc.
To those who cannot swim ���Our
Water Wings will support a
person weighing 260 lbs. as easily as
a boy of 50 lbs. By the use of them
you can f^et twice as much fun out
of your morning clip.
See Our Window for Camping
Requisites
T. A. MUIR
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Jj Tissue Paper
Paper Napkins
Chinese Lanterns
Fans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives
AT
J.J. MACKAY &> COS !
BOOKSELLERS       STATIONERS
and NEWS DEALERS
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Railway Service
Interurban   Line.
Cars tor Vancouver and w;iv
Stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a, tn, to 11:30
p, in.
City Limits Line���Service from
6:16 a. m. to li p, m.
20 Minute Service���No transfer,
fletwceu 12 and 2 and 5 and V.
30 Minute Service���During remainder <ef day. Transfer at
X      Leopold Place.
X British Columbia
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Sunday  Service  half-hourly   between S a.in. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from C.25 a.
m. to ll p.m., except between
12 and 2, anel 5 and 7, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service mur-nourty between 8.30 a ni. and 11 p.m.
Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
**'Real estate agreements of
sale purchased on short notice
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., im.
HI.A.'KIE BLOCK
F. J. HART, Manager
Summer Blouse ��
Costume Length
At Remarkable Reductifl
Phis week witnesses the clearance'  oi oui   entire  ,���,���
Semi-Ready goods
L1
balance at  unusual  reduction
We have sold the greater part at regru ,..,   ,
;' rjj (ijl
Blouse Lengths of Embroidered Mull, Lawn    an.]   Linen
material for making up.   Regular prices $1.2!.      ..   65c; i{il
75c: $2.nti now $1.00: $3.00 now $1.50.
Pure White  Embroidered  Shamrock Linen,   ei     I    .'.,.,
[ty, regular prices $3 anel $3.75;   now    $1.50a��|(
Embroidered Costume Lengths of nml  land ,.r|
ji'ii; your choice, each 	
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W.S. COLLISTER &
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
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SEE OUR WINDOW
FOR OUR GREA T DISPLAY
OF DOLLAR WATCHES
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W. C. CHAMBERLIN
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Established is;* 7
Incorporate
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Gilley Bros.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
WELLINGTON   WASHED  NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND  FORGE  COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CEMENT.
Tin's  celebrated   Cement  is
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province,
ROSEBANK  LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD  FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK PLASTE��|
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and
BRICK.
Prom the Clay burn Clay <j
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN   T-'-|
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
1221
MANTfll
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of  lovely thing's in CHINA,
.suitable for wedding gifts.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ifflco 'Phone 3 8fi.      hwd rnoue 137
Columbia St.
Daggage delivered    promptly to ��ny
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Tram Depot
Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence
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BULLETIN
Great Northern RaiWI
$17.40 Spokane and return. Account
Baptist Young People's o'nion. Tickets on sale
July 2 and 8, return limit July 10. ____
Fare and One-third for round trip to local
points in Washington on account of Fourth oi -bby
Tickets on sale July .'I and 4, return limit July "��� _
$5.55 Seattle and return. Account Twenty-
third International Christian Endeavor Convention.
Tickets on sale July 8 and 9, return limit Julyjw^
Low   round   trip    rates   to   ali   Eastern
points.   Tickets  on sale July 3, 4 and .r'; Aug.
8, !) and 10; Sept. 11, 12 and 18;  return  limit !"'
���     days.  St.Paul $60, Chicago $71.60, St.Louis $67. '���
Winnipeg $60, New York $107.f>0.
For rates to other points and all information,
call on or address
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Telephone 194 te, Shiles & Co
REH ESTATE
umbia St.
fho&e 85
.u'ye 2,
NUMBER 15*
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY #^907.JUL U^T 'jlO C&ifjTS PER WEEK
St patient
dies in asylum
GET���OR   |   SHOOT.
Love Curdles to  Hate en Yojncj  Man's
Heart.
Sinclair, of Nelson,
lured by Falling On
*ncl
In Corridor.
A new i.e. thoO uf yettin- even   .   b
a former sweethea ���   ���, ���,;(;v,!1
him down, was attempted on Monday
''���v :i >'"����'-' man of this  city, but  hi
was Intercepted  b< Eon   b��   bad completed his  designs.    Tl ���   young  ladj
In question, who es a eli rk in .. G -
.  jury, bave found thai  the   lumbia streei   store, wa
.    sv.   Sinclair,   came  Mon(lay
��� ,, the results follow-
. .���jiii] injury, his condi-
..m-ji as to  '������������   unable  in
I anv gn ���'  physical  shock, and
,    after the accident
to bis recovery, We,
agree thai   no  blame is
, ;,, any of tii*- attend-
litution."
....  ..     the ve rdict rendered
L..:,  me  ning  upon the  body  of
fi  Sinclair an Inmate of
I . ��� bj lum,   who  died   at
j:isi       n  ".-I   Monday.    Owing
II    . circumstances    sur-
[ng thi   li ath of the patient, an
at   the  requesi  of
ohi '.    i ��� dical  superintendent,
y  was empanelled:
fcwl raj   ' reman, J. P. Bilodeau,
bbson, Henry McKenzie, \\*.   .1.
garni K. C. Purdy.    Captain Pit-
PRICE TOR SOCKEYES
MAY BE LOWERED
Canners Association Meet
Today to Decide on Value
of Fish This Season.   ,
PAtofREPARE
TO BUILD EXTENSION
Ion
I
Startled i I
a man's voi< ��� in hei < at
saying "If you don't gi ��� mt oi te wn
before tomorrow n on, i will boot
yon."
Maglstrati   Coi bould   oi d< rt
iout of town almosl i /ery day, but thi
alternative in casi    I fai  in   U   ecu
plj  is nm  -<i serious as a rule as was
provided in this casi
The young lady did not  ste p to In
.   quire.  "Tom.  How  CuUl 1  you?"  I  II   .
; once found anothei   ; ai I of the ston
more- comfortable and a few me ������
later the threat ��  e known to tbe , i -
REBUKAH   OFFICERS.
Ladies  Confer  Degrees  r.nd   Entertain
Visitors.
A business and social session of
Beulah Rebukab Lodge No. 5, of the
I. 0. (). P., weas held last evening
in the K. of P. hall, which was largely attended by members as well as
visitors   from   affiliate.1   lodges.     Tho
 chief work of the evening wns the in-
" ' Btallation   of officers   foi     the    half
������ ling of the Fraser River C&n-   year commencing June.   1, which was
association will be held tomor-   accomplished without a hitch.
������   morning  at  11   o'clock  in   Van-:    The following new    officers    were
c   ivei   for the purpose of arriving at   elected   to  fill  the positions  for    the|
..  mut ial price to be paid  for sock- I balance  of the  preseni   year:   N.  (1.
iring t!,.   present season,   ami   Sister  M. A.  Diamond;   V. G., Sister | ent premises,  George  Cassady,  local
to Mans,hi   ither    business   per
HAPPY  OLD  TIME.
J Night   Birds   Hold     Solemn     Conclave
But  Smile  Later.
- to  the  Canners'    association.
���   to  this  effect   has  been   sent
- the   various   members   of  life
e,ition.
In  speaking yesterday to a repre-
-��� ntative of the .News on the s.ckeye
lon   James  Anderson,    manager
thi   St. Mungo cannery, stated that
"lieved   the  price    of    sockeyes
A happy nest of Owls held sway In
jthe   Eagles'   hall   last    evening,    the
Addition to Present   Plant j occasion being the first official visit
Will  Cost  $40,000���Work! of a Prominent Owl, H. I, Leavltt, of
u      -t        Seattle, grand executive of the grand
Commences September 1.    aeBt of Ih(, Brotherhood   of  0w]s
  About sixty members   of   the    x*w
for some weeks Westminster nest were in attendance,
and their numbers were reinforced bj-
about, twentyfive or thirty members
of the Vancouver nest, who came over
in charge of Executive Bordeau, of
Vancouver The business of the meeting was of short duration, but the fest -
tivities, which followed were not in
any way limited as to time. It was
12:u0 this morning when the Vancouver   contingent   boarded     the special
After negotiatin ^^^^^^^^^^
with the C. P. R. with a view to securing possession of the water lots sfit-
uateel  Immediately  east  of his pres-
B, Rogers; r; s��� Sisti   reKith; F. 8.1 manager of the B. C. Packers' associa-
Brother Coatham;    Treasurer,   Sister tion, has  finally obtained permission
Millar; Warden, Sisi.:    Clark;   Con- to UBe tne property, and he will there-
ductor,  Sister Gilley;   O.  G., Brother; tore commence on September 1, the
McLeod; I. (1., Sister Frazee; R.S.N,   erection of a $-10,000 addition to the
G., Sister Ida Pearce. L.S.N.G., Sis- present packing plant, in accordance  car and started for the Terminal city,
tei   Lizzie  Ferguson;   R.S.V.G., Sis- | wilu Plans formulated seven'.l months  after   having   assisted   the   locals   in
ter  Fales;   L.S.V.G.,  Sister   M.     F.| &SO. providing one of the  most enjoyable
Insley. When   Mr.   Cassady    attempted   to  '-veiig sessions jiossible.
The new officers  were  vested  wiih'lease lhe  lots  from  the city last fall, |     T':>e   entertainment    took   the   form
lice.    No  arrest  has .en  l ,'ould  be decreased  from the  presen: I the   jewel   of   their   various  positions J he learned that they were held by the   oi  songs, recitations, speeches, story-
bnt a close  watch  is being        I  ���     figure, namely, 25 cents, on account I by   the   following   installing   grand  C. P. R. under ia long agreement. Thej telling, etc., interspersed with ample
the  bloodthirsty  one :-    -���      bat I the condition of the market, whic^lofficers;     D.D.G.M.,    Sister   Lizzie]
does no injury. be claimed was  very  poor.    At    thej Keith;  Grand -Marshall, Sister Fales;
Tll��� answer t��� th( .  ,   ... uiug of the season on the first lnl  Gran 1  Warden, Sister Mamie Insley;
the young coupl,. were once   engaged   --'��'��� ^ ^ fixc'' "l'��n --' cents onj Grand Secretary, Sistei W. A. Gilley;
his own account to start
t<e be married, and about a year ago
n o:
the
city, however, agreed to transfer the; refreshments and seletcions from the
leases to the B. C. Packers' associa- hand. Grand Executive Leavitt is a
tion from the C. P. R-, provided tbe j ��Plendid speaker and his oratory on
necessary arrangements could be subjects both shallow and profound
the season | Grand  Treasurer,  Brother  Keith  and | made with the railway company. | was keenly enjoyed by all.   Executive
Kennj   and
...... ace.
the attachment  was broken off at the | ofl witll> alKl  was  paying that figure ' Conductor, Sister W. A. Gilley. Mr. Beasley, coast superintendent of   Bordeau  is an amusing bird, and his
for   all   the  sockeyes  offered,   which1    Besides the installation of officers,  the C. P. R., after several interviews, droll stories produced the laughs,    a
to; initiations were  conducted   hy  which j refused to give up possession of the  Place on  the  platform was  occupied
���see  the   price   decreased    when     the] seven   new   members   were  added   to . water   frontage,   claiming  lhat    their  hy  Executive A.  G.   Peters,    of    the
for   discussion    on ] the fold.   There are still five candi- f coal  bunkers were situated    on    the | '��03] nest.
|gb was the coroner, while Drs. i earnest  solicitations    of  the    young
Doherty  gave ex-   lady's  parents,    a  few days    go  thi   were not  many,  but  he expected
troubled young man learned that I
Thursday. I dates  for membership  waiting to be! front end of the lots, and they pro-      T!'e Brotherhood of Owls has made
Although a number   of   fishermen initiated and these will be put through posed to continue using them for coal-1 wonderful strides since its organiza-
go out nightly,  the number of sock-j at an early date. ! ing purposes.   Tbe company, however, ;tion last September.   There are now
eyes so far secured are hardly  worth j     After the  business   oi   the  evening  agreed to let the Packers' association   181  nests in Canada and the United
attention.    About  150 boats are   out j bad been finished, refreshments con-  use the space immediately behind the  States, all of which have a very high
_u= wuu.u-ue aaaaoju is mu cr. ���   -   between this city and Steveston, and sisting of ice cream  and  cake were  coal  bunkers,  which  is  about 70  by j membership.   The local lodge has 116
ed  with  an  overdose  ol   gray  matter I these, do not average half a dozen fish} served to the hundred oi  more pres-   80 feet.   The offer was accepted, and   members. Vancouver over 200, Seattle
I by persons who are intimati .. ; each.   It was reported from Ladners [ent, and the balance of the time was the  necessary   documents    will    be | H07, Portland 1000, and other towns
yesterday that one boat secured twen-[veri  sociably spent. j issued very shortly. J proportionately large.
  By the arrangement of the space.; ���	
Ithe Packers' association will be   de-1 _._,_-_.._._-._.__.,,
CAPT. ROGERS i r_t,,fr^r^_:rs WEEKLY EXCURSIONS
evidence adduced at the inquest 1 ex-fiancee was promsied to another,  matter comes up
���   ���..  that  the deceased met  and he Immediatelj     mmi aci . thin
,..,]��� (,; injure ,,..   ing out  a scheme  to  break   up  the
I while an innfate of the asylum,   matcn'    He filiall>' decided "Pon  thi
itopsj ot the body revealing the   1'lan t0 Jrive <hfc >'omZ *<'���>���������" ��u1 ' :
|hal hi   bad five ribs broken, as   town-
a min i Internal injuries.   Sin-:    Tlle would-be assasin is not ered
.,.- . .���:;.   violent patient,���th<
| ... ���:      ..rb-nt win. lias p.-en un.!
eatment |. the asylum for a con-11ualnted wi,h him
,   ���       me,   according     to     Dr. j
���and stringent measures had
i   ���   ��� d with him,    On Monday
1:..  i   . ������ being taken from bis
_   : ���-..!i.ery     ward   to  have
test  S ni ,.;:   attacked Attedant
Son . a    Ihi   two men  i linched.
Ilj mhat   bappene 1   oexl   i-e   not
I eta    but il seems that S aclair
���.ai ������       ��� nch in  the ew 'i.e ..
paj  havi   been  injured  a;   thi.'
1 :    hi   Sat irdaj   previous   tin
(nl .   . fight  with another
I  ..-  possible that  some
may  have  been sus-
.1 al   il   ���   time.      Aftei     being
control,   Sim Iaii   was
Mn i     i  ight jacket, but made
effort   '    rid   himself   of    the
lent.   IBs exertions  undoubtedly
CITIZENS PICNIC
STILL UNDECIDED
ty seven sockeyes but tbat was con- |
Bidered exceptional. The St. Mungo j
cannery secured only ahout two dozen
sockeyes yesterday, while the spring
salmon catch was very heavy,���prob- ;
ably 500 tons. All the other dealers,!
Messrs.     Butterfield   &   Mackie.     the,
PREPARES DATA
 . j Royal City  Fish  company,  Monk    & I
| comj.any,  a.n<l  others, are  getting   eell
Committee Unable to Secure the Bpring saihion
but  vi: ry  few  sockeyes.
are predicting that  the run will commence within the next  ten days, and
som<  anticipate seeing a full force of|
fishi rmi n oat on the river on Sunday !
evening.
Suitable Boat For Excursion to Bellingham.
| and will therefore be prevented fr.im
using coal for power purjw.ses as wac
intended.
Mr. Cassady   states  that    he    will
overcome   the   difficulty     by   burning
s, are  geumg   nn ������   ,. r ..,..-. , n .,      crade   oi),   ���r-hlib..  be   *ii!   'oe  able  to
they   can   handle. | KlVeT improvement Commit- ; st01.e in large tanks under the wharf.
The dealers]     ��ee    Will    Get     Valuable Tlle new   huijdingwill he three stories
PUNNED TOR CITY
Assistance���New Chart.
high, and will be about 7"> feet long
by iiO feet wide, and will not cost less
than $40,000
Scheme to Bring New Westminster's Advantages tothe Fore Launched.
. ftei
'' : four    hours
' orridor, he- died.    The
l: Dl a,  was  buri   bj   the
31 "" ���    asion on the right arm
*��� ' of his lnjurii _
��� a an inmate ol the
'-���>��� rch .:.  coming  here
��� re  he  had  worked
gineei   fo
aving been previ msly
Chambers, a machin-
: ������ ��� ' go. On Lhi m ij I e
���;  rch,   b ���  \ as    so
��� ' ad to be ban ;��� uffed
through, ut  Lhe journey.
��� Ltendant who wi    at
bat   bei a -  uployed
i a  : i ml  ;;
��� e England     H
���    li 2   ind  lia    :   .    ��� -
��� al ien1     suited for
. "   In e /ery waj.
.���:Li a li nl    at
I i ved    ��� Ight
co mm Ihi hi
i be sent ln <
��� the.    w. ri eiug
one .) ispltal I    an-
ina
: leal ,. -ne ia-
'   n and Irelu id   li'
������ ii   e in- i* rn-
Nothing definite ha* yet been settled with regard to th< proposed citizens' picnic, and the dati oi th< popular outing tor the New VVestminsti
ciiiz.-ns is BtUl ,e matti i for spi c da ���
tlon
Trouble  Over  Cash  Register.
A special jury will assemble in the
 Hurt   roe ii. tiiis  morning to  bear the
A meeting of the  picnic com-   action   biought   by   C.  F.   Pretty,   of
Having been appointed by the river '
improvement   committee     to    gather
data   i (ruining   to  the   Fraser  river
An enterprising scheme has been
launched by Messrs. Blair, Buchanan
and Huff, the two former of this city,
mittee was held  last ��� .��� ling   In Harrison, against M. J. Okawara. also;
board of trade room,  with Geargi   S ��� :   Harrison, for the recovery of the l
Blakeley li   Lhi      . : . when  the sit- -. ;.   price of  a   cash  register,  whlcb
uatlon was fully discussed the plaintiff alleges oka warn pnrchi --
The mem.-:-   ifl .... ed from bim and refused to pay  for.
committei   rejwrted tl   I     ... In- The defendant   set  up the claim that
terviewed  E. .1. Coyle, general    pas- bi  declined to pay for th�� register on
seven     of   sen8er  a-' !i;   "���   tne    '���   '"'   j;     wlth '''    -' ;'"'1   "'"'   ''   w:ls  useless-    AV-
reference l    securing a  I Lhe r. Whitesldi will appear for the plain- j
excursion, bui so fai    ���   bad been un- tifi and w J. Bowser, of Vancouver,
able io furnish a eral     The ������ nwnit- will act tor the defendant   The tna'
tee reported that thej  had all alone'will  commence
County Court  Cases.
Judge Cane held county court cham-
with the object of having the Domin-I Ders in  tllis   cit-v   yesterday   morning   which. ii  is anticipated, will do  vol-
ion government entei  upon an exten-  and save rulings in a long list of ap- j umes towards placing Xew Westmin-
sive improvement    scheme,    Captain  plications, after which several    seiits   Bte] rea] estate raiues befare the cat^*
Rogers is making go< I   ;     mess with ; were neard ,ancl Judgments given. , (taiists of Vancouver and other '_^nv-.
his mission, and will I ��� a de to turn ' In ,lK' case of Abbott vs Heaton. in [ T1,v BOheme involves no lef;d \^��� n,..,
his material over to the ��*nm*lttee at whic!l K- t:- A-bbott, formerly of Lad- running ��f excursions rmi- vmcoii-
an early date. '"-''' and now of Mission, had sued Wii-   ve, ,��� ,;,|s ci(.. ^kh.   or eyen nmrt.
Captain  Rogers  was  appointed    to|��am Heaton, of Delta., for tl.e recoy-j^^ -^j^ t0 the access of the
ery of $53 for goods claimed to have !
i ���
MlMl
been in the hope i securing thi
Princess Royal, the new C. P. B
sie, mer now building, but word I
very recently bi n i ��� ci Ived froi
Vancouver to thi effeel that the
was still far from bi In - rinishi I, an
although  .      ��� ������ ���������..��� ats    wi ri      ein
made I >       t her on Irst i b-
��� . a trip -       e nlneteeutl
ne.i   ib. ������   -   , .a  of  the     arpenti;.��
hands,  bul  an entei
woul'    i ; i    b on hi
Ing the ��������� ���   ���
The mi mbers of thi ta     i
commlti I that l id be mi
promised ���  ���
of Nanaimo, * hich carrii
passengi i
of opinion that 	
small   for the    req I Vfti
't! the unfortunates | some further I in n, the neetln
wias adjourned I i m e al thi
call of the pn
^ ^^B o'clot-k    with
.ladge Cane, of Vancouver,  presiding
SURREY ROAD DAM
CAUSES TROUBLE
Heaps   Timber  Co.   Blocks
Part of Highway���Action
Threatened.
lowing out (lie suggestion made by D. 11"6  Plaintiff's   farm,    judgment    was j aime of the ^^
S. Curtis, a member of the committee  siven  granting both  claims.    It  was
a map of the river from the mouth ru]ed that the plaintiffs claim shon! 1
to the Fraser river mills at Millside, be deducted from defendant's   chum j
showing  all  the industries  scattered  and "'>' balance  paid, together with
along the big water way, will be com- | one set of costs to be  taxed  against ;
���the work       the committee "'* <�� *'"�� wr s����lls claimed to have j undertaking.    Mr. i?.':'."'* ldea Is u'
at the las: meeting which took place  been- sold and delivered, and the 'de-   have the excursions conducted ^' WK'-
.bout   a   month ago,   and   since   ilv.it ! fendant had entered a counter claim [ New Westminster real estate me> *& '
time be had kept on the hunt.   Foi-   f01' ?160 commission for having sold   iectively, each bearing a proportion **��'
lie hus interview
a number of the local dealers already,
and had met with hearty encouragement. He assured a Xews man last
evening that the scheme would positively go through.
lt is the opinion of more tnan naii
iiu- real estate agents of this city that
New Westminster property Deeds onlj
ti be known to be appreciated, "There
are mill sites on the river and sites
for industries scattered through iul the
city, the equal of which cannot be
found any place and any persons who
taki an actlvi interest of bringing
the m to the attention of capll iii its
��� ��� ��� at credit," n marked a
��� ini ���.'���        ��� q   esterday.
piled by a local civil engineer.
All information  which  has or maj
the plaintiff.    E. Jones of Vancouver.
appeared for the plaintiff, and F. W.
be gathered  by Captain Rogers will i Howay and .1. P. H. Bole for the do-
��� i cording lo Ur.
��� I esl men In Lhe
be us. a ] orUon    of   Hall's
iad    ir a di m for theii mill
the Heaps    Timber   company   Is
.- lng      em : |e  able    comment    In
Surrey, and    strong    repri sentations
. ,���-  been made to the    reeve    and
mcil agalns I   Lhe    continuance   of
nuisance.    The  blocking    of    a
road by lumber  pih i
be turned over to the i ngl iei r n an
e irlj dale, ami this into; oration will
be used In the compiling of the map.
', be map and all data available will
i laid I efore I be 11 iminion government by a special i. legation which
will go to Ottawa  -  :n<   time during
.     i. re :��� part of tll        I ir or ear:.'.
fall to press for rivei li     ovement,
The members of the di putation will
ii i hos ui at the ni \t meeting of
th" commute e, the di te I ir which hu i
not y< i i.een set. li Is tin lei stood that
this phase of the propi sitlon has already been balked ovei pi ivately, and
that Robert Jardine .'.ill be one of the
deputation.
LUNATiCS RETURN.
tins ^^^^^
if theja
ba* bei n a grievance with the Surrey
J. A.  Lee Gets Contract,
ohn A. Lee, the well known I'urni-
	
for  a
considerable time   pa&t, | ture man. has secured    the   contract
'   ���
:]" he   ,
k"'i rlbi
death
Pis to
hi
At-] and the matter lias now been broughl   for the furnishing of Mrs. Cook's new
head   by   Albert   B-iml'ord.  who, j rest au nam and  apartment   hous-3,    in
'tome  is attached toi japs  Prepare for War.
'  '""fortunate occur-      Washington, B, C, July 9.���A new
' physlclal a i wi II; |.(.;,S(m  tor the  transfei of the
B his bff.eits io  ,.���������. s;ini,dri)n      I ^H   ''"UR'Mo ai	
"'    straighl    jacket,UaB been learned here.   It is said that   through the  medium of bis counsel,  the  Dominion Trust  building, at thi
differing    from    five  owing to reports   ol   secrel   .--���rvice  i\ w  Howay, has threatened to take
was the direct cause of I ���,���_���,���   wbo have been In Japan, the  ,: tl in unless the nuisance complained
of is remedied Immediately, the coun-
fendant      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Th.. eas.. of Huff vs. Bens in wan
also heard and judgment was given in
l a vor of the defendant. In this case
A. G, Huff sued for bach wages amounting to $113 alleged to be due him.
it. L Reid acted for the defendant an I
VV, J. White.sid,. ror the plali
Judgment with costs wat granted the
defendant,
William  Henderson, of tie-
Livery   stabb-. .-iv. .1      ' i ��������� ^^_^^^_^^^^^^_^_^^^_^_
againsi   Martin   Daitei   for the  sum	
"I  $86.50 fen   keeping  t); ��� defendant's Rsn Away From Farm to Show They
horses.   The plaintiff was represented Could Do  It.
by P. w Howay and .1. P H, Bole, anl D.  Stephenson, chief of provincial
thi   defendant appeared in person,      | police, accompanied by Chief of Po-
The case of Royal  City    Transfer lice J. Crossed of Xanaimo, arrived in
company,   .Messrs.   Belyen   et   al,   vs. the  city  yesterday,  having in  charge
the Calgary  Milling   company,    was George Johnson anil    VV. ll. Brown,
called, but by common consent it  was two   lunatics   who escaped   from    the
adjoin ned   till   Ihe  twenty-third  inst.. provincial     asylum     probation     farm
or BS  soon   after eas  may   be  COnven- about three weeks ago, and wilo were
lent.   The action is for the recovery  captured by the police   on Ballanac
Id (.]1V " "" his neck, where It
., " iw the collar . [ the
II ��� ': the unfortunate man
[the (]..' _C'eon T*�����<lay,a brother
of halance alleged to be due for team-
'   ���  made  strenuous ! ^,nW.{, Illovt, has been nieadi.        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
*e himself was evident     The seorel   agents of the    United  oil to be held jointly responsible with
Staters governmenl  bave made thor-   the company in the matter of dam-
ough Inspections of Lhe movements oi  ages.
the Mikado's government, and reporl |    At a recent meeting of the Surrey
that undue preparation!  foi
lll'e-ll   || Ml (On Ut.   ^	
���   - '-   ! by Councillor Buck, to the effect that   walls of the restaurant, making it one  pony has made great headway in put
coiner of Sixth stivei   ami  Columbi ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The  furniture will be ot the  highest ins and hauling flour and feed.
grade,  the bedroom    furniture    being	
quartered oak,  with   brass  and    iron Owing to the rush of orders, the ln-
bedsteads,   fitted   with    steel     spring dependent  shingle mill is being opor-
mattresses,    The dining room will be ated   night   and   day.    Since    taking
In early English oak,    with    maroon possession of the shingle mill si.tuat-
war have | council, a  resolution   was Introduced i leather  upholstering.    Bevelled  Brit-1 ed in the west end of the city about
I by   Councillor   Hamel,   and   seconded \ ish  plate glass mirrors  will  line the   six months ago, the Independent com-
tP th, '  being due to  arrive
��� ,' ' ���" "'   from Nelson In or-
"  of the funeral,
island. The two unfortunates offered
no resistance t I the police wdien they
were cornered.
When (questioned by the police as
to why they had made their escape
from the farm, Brown, who had lucid
Intervals of considerable duration, explained tIiiit they had left tbe farm
In order to demonstrate how easy it
was    to    escape  from    the    asylum
!!..
r,���1;/", ";" aown to Victoria
|mi. r , "'i the meetings of
mum'i; i' ..Sr!e8 commission, winch ' has been given
The report was hurried to headn,uafl_���  	
��.     Itv   ,in,| bas resulted In   tb" council should not In future enter of the most attractive In British Co- ting the plant, in an up-to-date con- authorities.   Having proved their con-
. . ,,,.,1,.,., recently Issued tor   mto an agreemenl   with    the Heaps i lumbia. dition, and the shingles   turned   oul tendon, they weere quite willing to re��
.��  ,|,,.   vtlantlc squadron  companry wil b reference to the use]  there are now In strong demand-.   A turn.
le,hCp e)fl lot the  road   for  a  dam.    The  motion       Dr. Fagan, the aggressive anti-tub- member of the  company reports that  ������
l"""   mpji'reaflon for the transfer  was unanimously carried, and the mill  erculosis campaigner, came over from they  are having    some    trouble   to B. J. Padei  left the Royal Colum-
"'       ' '          ,               B practice I company has been  notified  to act  in   Vancouver yesterday  for a  couple of secure enough timber to  keep    them blan hospital yesterday morning aftei
tl city May,
CI'UlS'.'  V. .!���   een; Vila   .
the matter al   ince.
going
a three weeks' stay in that Institution, we:
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
NESOAV
0PERA=H01I
ONU  INIGMT ONLY
WEDNESDAY, 10th July
The DANDY DIXIE
MINSTRELS
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
SKALBD TEXDERS addressed to tbe
Commissioner    of   Dominion    Lands,
Department of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Tim-   Repatriation
ber Berth No. b'24,"   will be receive I
at  this  Department    until  12  o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the 21st day ofl
August, 1907, for a license to cut tim-1
on Berth No.524, comprising lands
CHINESE COOLIES
MUST TREK AWAY
of Celestials
From South Africa Disliked By Capitalists.
Best All-Star Negro Minstrel
Vaudeville,   Song,   Dance,   Fun   Show
ever seen.
Singers, Sweet!   Dancers, Dandies!
Phunny Phellows!
Specialties, Sensational! j acres, more or less.
Ebony Ecstacies!      Paragon Paraders!'    The berth must be surveyed within
Merry Minstrels!   Plantation Pastimes! i one vear after the date of the notice
ber
situate in the Province of British,Columbia, and described as follows:
Timber Berth No. 524, comprising
Legal Subdivision 14 of Section 12.
Township fi. Range V, West of the 7th
Meridian, containing an area   of    40
Distinguished Dixie Darkies
The Band,  and a   "F-o-w-1 Deed."
Direction of Voelckel & Nolan, the
"Barnum   &   Bailey"   of   real   negro
minstrelsy.
Seats now on sale-,  at  Ryall's  Drug
Store.
Prices���75c, 50c, and 25c,
, awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a li-
I cense will    be    issued,    alfid printed
Johannesburg, duly 9.--The decision
of the government of General Botha
to repatriate the Chinese is everywhere here regarded as a disaster for
tbe colony.
Its import can hardly be over-estimated  .but its effect  will  be quickly
understood by the British investors in
the Rand, whose interests    represent.
probably  more than 1500,000,000.
The mining houses are at their wits'
forms of tender and envelope, mav be ;' end t0 know how t0 minimize the dan-
obtained at this Department or at the ! ger' u is understood that they Have
office of the Crown Timber Agent at i declded t0 take joint action' but in ^
New Westminster. B. C. face of the length and resolution of
Bach tender must he accompanied
  | by an accepted cheque on a chartered
riUDrDC    MflTI/T' bank '" f:lvo"r nf ,ho Deputy of lhe
V^AIYll tiKj        IN U I 1 \*La  Minister of the  Interior,  for th.. am-
  ount of the bonus which the applicant
] is prepared to pay for a license.
The highest or any tender not nee-
WATER WINGS
BATHING CAPS, Keg. 25c.
Fancy 35c.
Take with you our Mosquito Oil,   Honey and Almond Cream,   Skin Soap   tor
sunburn, etc.
Can sell you a splendid Bath Towel.
D. S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spectacles.Seeds
New Westminster |
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  doora  from   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches  from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 -up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AJNJJ tU.NtilNE
WORK..
SHIP SMITHING, BKIDUB and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WORK.
Ornamental Iron \\ one, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE ST'K-S-T.
New Westminster v. u. 474.
essarily accepted.
No tender by telegraph wi
tertained.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, dune 25th, 1307.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it  is  necessary to know what we are eating
the Boer majority they can have little
to hope for.
General Botha's statement that the
coolies can speedily be replaced by the
natives is at variance with all evidence which has been ibtaineil upon
this subject. Every commission up-
pointed has declared that the' con-
trary, is the fact,
he en- ' Sir George Farrar, who is leading
| the opposition to the policy of General
Botha, urges that the credit of the colony will be destroyed by this policy.
He denounces the decision of the
Botha government as the result of a
ileal with the Imperial government to
obtain a $25,000,000 loan. That bait
had been offered, he said, to obtain
the repatriation of the Chinese, by
which means the government hoped to
justify the success of its anti-Chinese
agitations at the recent general elec-
,
You can rely upon Getting' the
Best of Everything.
At   KLNN 1   S   Cfiife      He said "'at  People would not invest money on the strength of pious
: Imiies and anticipations that plenty of
labor would be forthcoming.
"Chinese labor    is    finished,"    Sir
declared.    "It Is finished even
the    Imperial      governmenl
should attempt to repair the disaster
an I to consider Its decision, ihe Chi-
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.;;;,;;;;,;
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between ali
points east, west and south to Ross-
iand, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'<ric and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ^lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
nese themselves would have
reckoned  with  as  well as the
lusioned Invest >r."
o    be
disil-
WEDDINGS CAUSE A STRIKE.
t90l.
Leave
Day Train
A
rrive
9.20
a.m.
... Spokane  .
��� -7-I5
p.m.
12.25
p.m.
...Rossland .
..4.10
p.m.
940
a.m. .
��� - 6.4S
p.m.
H. A. JACKSON
J. HENLEY Northern
Pacific
M^qiJlflfiti'.i-er of
ineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office. Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Rice. Confetti  and   Shoes  Block   Railway  Sewer.
South NOrwalk, Conn., July 9.���Rice,
confetti and old shoes, thai have accompanied the' departure of newly-
married couples from the Xew .fork,
N'ew Haven A.- Hartford station, at
this place, have stopped up the company's sewers, and thus have caused
the railroad employes to go on strike.
Every morning this month there
have heen from five to twelve newly- ,
married couples departing on the .\"e>.
957 Bridal Express for New York and
the south. Every morning the sta-j
tion employes have bad to sweep up
bushels of confetti and rice. As the
easiest way out of the difficulty they
swept the accumulation down the
company's private sewer. The station
employes put up warning signs a{ st
rice nnd confetti-throwing. This iad
no effect, and now the employes have
revolted.
Low Rates.
Excellent Service,
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
336 Hastings S;. w , Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Oregg and Pitman
Shorthand. Telegi iphy  and Kn-
gineeriug.
Seven Teachers
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always is- Demand.
R. 1. S?iWJ, B. A., Principal
Second-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS, RANGES, STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS, ETC.
Trai
ms & Stea^
Leave X. vi ,.
CP.R. ,       ���'���'Hi
Lea��9 s. v. :;'^CH
Leave Seat I     |        ..  .'H
C.P.R    WRS1   .
WBi -"it riv
Leave .V w   -        ,   K    ^|
Arrive X. W. :        ���   l1^
'    ' '--I,   111.
"���HlSk
GREAT NORTHERN D_
Lv. N. W. 4
p.m.
1 ' a'r%Seattl'
" ar- Seattle
!'.J
w.
LT.N.W.aJ.��^&*
Lv. Vancouv.-
.er 8
"��� *<* 3:55 ^
���'i.m.,
iMiHj
_. guichon]
" am.; ar.
O. N. R.--POKT���    w'
Lv. X. VV.
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 -, m.        ,
8:45 p m. and 0 p. m '*������
Mondays onlv
ft C  BLECTRIC-VA.NCO^I
Lv   Xew Weatminater mj
and 8 a. m��� and every balf ^.j'1
after till 11 p. ni
Lv.  Vancouver t r w,
same haurs.
MtBimu
'���*_elr">
.aesejv
, - inn j.rJ
I'.CQBOS
fcqisqy
[���'i'co'Ms
HAVE YOU VISITED
Todd's Music Store
lately and heard the latest
Edison. Columbia and
Victor records? Over 0000
selections, from grand
opera to music hall.
JUST RECEIVED
Large new consignment of
Dominion,   Nordheimer
and New Scale Williams
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Language Trouble.
Budapest, Hungary, July S.���Afti r a
final protesl againsi the pr ivision In
tbe government's railroad bill, requiring the exclusive us.- of the Hungarian language in the railroad Bei \ Ice
of 1 tungary, fori y Croatian deputle;
today lefl the lower bouse of parlla-
; ment, In a body and refused to furthi r
participate In Ita w irk.
The C roa lions claim thai the language provision is ;i violation of the
Hungarlan-Crotian compromise and
they obstructed 1!"' measure for
weed, a, until finally 1 be H<ungarl in
governmenl promulgated the bill by
decree, causing a further embltter-
in.-ii! nf the relati m.s between Croatia
and Hungary,
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SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do all  kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTII COAST LIMITED'
Electric-lighted train
Quick Time.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Bat2s   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
[���"or full infeernition call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hustings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D, CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Veir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
Embodies the newest    and best ideas
ior   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
world.   'The   equipment   consists   of  toria; d. p, McGovern, Vancouver; A.
private   compartment   cars,   standard   McLaren, Barnet;   P.   W. Wilson, Ot-
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining tawa; <!. Mather, Montreal;  Mrs, W.
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),   11. Dandy nnd family, Vancouver; J. Ii.
modern  day  coaches   and  buffet,  li-   Lindsay,  Minneapolis;   R.  S.  Rennie,:
brarv and smoking cars. Nelson; J, M,  Dewry, Toledo, Ohio.
Windsor���A C. Stevens. A. .1. Hansen, Vancouver;    It. A. Braden,   jr.,
Langley Prairie; J. Bruce and    wife,
Seattle;  D. Plnlayson, Vancouver; 10.,
Dornn, Bellingham, '
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU 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 Westmimter
4.���.-. ��-���
PURE GOODS AJtE
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Two Thousand in June.
Winnipeg, July 8.���Two thousand
.md ninety-one immigrants arrived in
I Winnipeg during the month of June.
. Lasl week 292 arrived, if which
1 number 140 were males, iltt females
! and 71 children.
Hotel Guests.
Guichon- Rev, J. A. Logan, Eburne;
11. L, Leavltl and wife, Seattle; ll. A.
Kennedy, Vancouver; Dr. Fagan, Vic-
COWan'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers. Medallions, E,tc
Cowan's Cake Icings
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further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
���jio Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, am! in London, Englauii
New York, Chicago ami Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents in all liar.:-! of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums or $1 and upwards
and Interest allowed at " per cent, per annum (present ra'e) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $1(1.8,000,000.00. ,-'
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.      ,.-'   G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
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THE MORNING Ptf��\
TELLS THE NEWS
FIRS1
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Every
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B JESDAY.
JULY 10, 1907.       ^t
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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TOILET REQUISITES
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YALL'S DRUG STORE II
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Ladies, Win
$15���or��� $10
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER   TWO   PRKES - First, $15;   Becond,  $10,  for
best loaf of bread exhibited ai tin-  forthcoming  Pro-
I   Exhibition, made with their eel.-!.rated
IMPERIAL    FLOUR  -  IMPERIAL
N i entrance Tee needed-all t'hut is necessary is that the
be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
LIMITED.
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
TRAM|T0 SEATTLE
NOT YET IN SIGHT
a few days ago." The matter of ihe
obnoxious salary bylaw was nol
brought up ai this meeting of the
council. A general feeling of satisfaction exists here as to the outcome
of this civic muddle.
StooyThatB.C.E.R.WillCana(jianpacific
Connect With Stone and.
Webster's Line Discredited
RAILWAY COMPANY
Adams'  Celebrated Truss  Rod
Suidi baker, Standard and Steel SI.cln Mountain Wagons, Farm Tracks,&c.
Agents for the  .). J. Chase Threshing Machinery.
'. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
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BRIGHT   DAYS~|!
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"��� SHOW    UP    THE   BARE    SPOTS
an 1 seejmr nev lines of  FURNITURE.      The best of
'������   eds,   the latest of patterns,   the best of workmanship,  and
the most reasonable of prices.
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURE   EMPORIUM
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���hingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
Bellingham,   Wash..  July   9.���Stone
&  Webster's Interurban -will effect a !
junction  with   the   British     Columbia
Electric company at a nuint north of'
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Lynden, and thus gain access to Van-
i
couver.   In retyirn for entrance to the
British Columbia metropolis  Stone A:
Webstei   will give the northern road!
trackage  right iu  American territory.
possibly to Seattle, it is said.
Officers of the British Columbia
Electric company who have been interviewed on the subject make no denials imi admit the authenticity of
thi 3tory by saying thai the alleged
e aterprise is noi yet ready fur publication.
According to the stories from British j
(Velum'���!.!, Stone & Webster will build
north of Lynden  to a jeoint on  Fish
Tj'ii.n crock; this strejtm they will foi-i
low  Into  British Columbia and effeel
junction  wiih  the    British    Columbia
Electric company's Chiiliwack exten-1
sion now under construction.
An examination of the territory to j
be  traversed  north   eif Lyndon  shows
thai   this  railroad  scheme  is one   of
ihe liiu-t  feasible transportation pro-j
positions oi the northwest. The grade!
Is  less than  one    pei   cent., and  the'
���   id   would   penetrate  a    remarkably
rich  farming district  now well  popu-1
Iated and i onstantly growing.
Residents of Peardonville, which Is
aboul three miles north of the International boundary line, say that survey parties have been working fori
sou;.' time in the .alky in which this
town Is situated. They are well distributed and all bail from the American side, say Peardonville people.
Greal Interest has been aroused bj
their operations and many conclusions
I are reached by  people of the valley.
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Excursion rates to all points Kast
July 3rd, 4th and Bth; August Sth,
9th and lthh. Tickets good for three
months.
ED.  GOULET,
C. y. K. Agent.
New  Westminster.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
n
EMPRESSES
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18.000 (EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN ^14,600
H. P��weri EMPRESS OF IRELAND J      IONS
Particularly low rates from the
Uld Country. Reservations made
here  for all sailings.
Empress of Britain July  26th.
For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C.  P. R. Agent.
"The Milwaukee"
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[The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
pe Canadian Bank of Commerce
[Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
Interviewed yesterday concerning
the above di spatch, Local Mam -
.McQuarrie. of the !'. C. E, R.. Stati 'I
that, as far as he was aware, there
was no truth in tse assumption lhal
the' Stone & Wi bster line woul I
joined with the Chiiliwack extension.]
lh mentioned thai these rumors had
been currenl for some time past, but
they eniaii nei from outside son"' .
and the officials had been carrying
������ii no negotiations with the Bellingham people, in his opinion, it was
move probable thai the American
tramway would be run in connection
with the proposed Westminster-Bur-
naby Railway and .Navigation company's electric line.
'''   WALKER,  Pres
Ident.
AJLEX,   LAI1
!D, General  Manager,
\ GENERAL BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Fasted for a Month.
Belleville, Ills., July 8.���After fust-
lug since .lune 7, during which time
li" tasted nothing but water, Dr, I. .1.
Bales broke his abstinence yesterday
by taking a small quantity of mailed
milk, His fasl was instituted to test
bis theory that total abstinence" from
food for a period is beneficial to
health.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
������VCrV facility  afforded   Farmers for   their  banking  business.    Sales   Notes
"shied   or taken   for collection. , .,
INKING   BY  MAIL-Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
l��Wn accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
"PEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
'
ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEWS
Hammer Still Mayor.
Grand Forks, b. C, July 8.���Jeffrey
Hammer is still mayor of Grand
Porks, he having, at a regular meet-
in^ of the city council held this evening st;it.nl that "in view of the fact
thai -"Veral Important contracts with
the city were pending he had decided
to withdraw his resignation as mayor
which he had handed to the city clerk
The Pion����r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on all! their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
-eervice  not  obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
(34 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
(or CONRAD. CARCROSS. ATLIN.
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (excepl
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
inaintaining a through winter service
Pot   information  apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Managei
Vancouver. B. C
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls. '
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAJX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger Rnd Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
We Both
Lose Money
If you neglect to call and get
a free estimate from us to furnish
your HOME, HOTEL or BOARDING HOUSE.
We guarantee tc save you
money because we make this department a specialty of our business life, and you'll quickly realize
this when you have our prices and
compare them with other Furniture Houses, and after you have
compared estimates WE'LL BOTH
MAKE MONEY because we'll supply you for sure.
Large quantities of new and
up-to-date goods arriving daily by
the car load and we are clearing
out our present stock to make more
room at such prices that will prove
very interesting to buyers. We have
to clear out just now some very
good lines in Iron Beds, all sizes,
Dressers and Commodes, Rockers,
Sideboards, Dining Chairs, Easy
Chairs, Extension Dining Tables,
&c, &c, that we will be willing to
sacrifice at any old price.
Our principal buyer is now
scouring the East for New Goods
to stock up for fall trade.
Therefore, more room in the
warehouses, is now the slogan with
us.
JOHN A. LEE'S
Furniture Emporium      j
Dupont Block, Columbia Street, New Westminster
Phone   73
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN|YOU   RANK   WITH
Thi
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS   OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year nn Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
"Quality and  Price"
Whrn you get supplies for the pantry yuu want them
fresh.     Then when you want tfood
TEA   AND   COFFEE
why don't you cail on the man who makes a specialty
of them, and (jet value for ytur money?
Edmonds Tea Co. * *���"""���*-"" *���
Phone 309
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633Sik THE DAILY STEWS,
WED   :���. ;
\ AY,
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
.fflces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   front
Btreets, N'ew Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
WINDSOR SALT is ���
Canadian salt ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity of imported
salts. Insifl on having WINDSOR
SALT. 195 w
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising. 10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .0
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths. iJOc. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
|j��er word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Oay Office   A22
Might  Office    B22
WEDNESDAY. JULY 10. 1907.
men deserted and some scribe sent a
telegram to the eastern press record-|
ing the fact and adding thai the "Do- ;
minion police" refused to nssist in
capturing the men. Upon this the
Montreal Witness proceeels to read a
lecture to Canadians in general and
the city of Victoria in particular, upon the want of proper patriotic feel-
ing displayed by the refusal of the j
���'Dominion police," which refusal, it
assumes from the tone of the dispatch, had the general sympathy of
the people. We are inclined to believe
that some one has been jollying the
eastern press. We heard nothing of,
any refusal by the authorities to render an.v assitsance asked for, and we
do not know an.v body of peace officers in the province called the "Dominion police."
department that the management
have decided to place a large steamer
of their own in the- business, which
will be built during the coining winter
and will be ready for use next spring
when the season opens. The association is now purchasing its fish from
the Canada Fish company, which operates the -steamer Celestial Empire,
the little schooner Athens, and other
crafts. Mr. Cassady slated yesterday
that it had practically been decided
that, conimencing next season, they
would do their own catching in their
own boat.
mn^i
JUST OPENED UP
A GRAND SELECTION OF
i
BY  TAKING  THOUGHT.
Not to every one Is the judicial! Which of Canada's Atlantic ports
temper given. .Musi of us have a bias shall be the summer point of landing
towards our own side. Our opinions afld taking on mails? Theii is a live
are formed in advance, to a greater or Question In the east just now, tiu>
less extent, instead if being the fruit I choice being between Sydney -11111
or resull of information. That is bu- Rlmouski, If the former is used, the
man nature, ami as one of e>ur homely m*"s save a few hours, imt their car-
philosophers has saiel "There's a deal r'age costs more and the ships are
of human nature in man." li is all delayed, In these elays, however,
wrong, of course. We should set our- tlnie is everything, and ihe three or,
selves 1 �� cultivate the judicial tern- f:""' hours saved will probably settle
per; we should endeavor always 10 ,l,p Question,
lift, ourselves above the mists of pre- ~~~
judict' and preconception id t.ie end -Mrs. .(. M. rnsley returned yester-
ihai we mighl be able, before pro- day from a short holiday trip to Seat-
nouncing judgment, to "survey as th', where she went in order to par-
from an upper floor the facts." Thus ticipate in tho Fourth of July festivi-
we should do, bul very lew of us are ties,
nble 10 bring ourselves up to the
standard.
Mental laziness is one en the causes
o I' on." failure; il is hard work to get
righi down 10 ihe study of any question which is at eill complex, ami unless self-interest prompts us we are
loth io lake ibe trouble. It is so much
easier to accept our opinion ready-
made. Again, one of ihe' greal faults
of our educational systems is that
they do nol   educate young people to
Funeral  Notice
The officers and members of Royal
City Lodge, No. 3, I.O.O.F., are requested to meet in their lodge room
Ut 1,30 o'clock p.m. Friday, July 12,
for the purpose of attending the
funeral of our late brother Alexander Kwen. P. G.
Member* of Amity Ixielge, Xo. 27,
are invited to attend.
C. H. CLOW, N. G.,
C. E. OSBORNE, Rec. Sec.
THE DAILY NEWS WANT ADS.
BRING RESULTS.
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The finest aaafft'-
ment ever shewn
..   in this city -
New Silverware
Silverplate and
Silver Goods
Of All Descriptions
HORACE DORER
GOLDSMITH SILVERSMITH DIAMOND  MERCHANT
COLUMBIA STREET, NEXT TRAM OFFICE
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FIRE!
Can You Beat Thi
A great amQunl of freight is now
being handled by the river boats, especially on the up-river runs. Fanning equipmenl is very prominenl
among the shipments up river anJ
��� cannery supplies to the down river
j paints. The passenger trade is also
I heavy, especially between New Westminster and Ladner and other places
touched by the Transfer. The Tran-
1 sfer is handling a great number of
.;.;���,, Rather, indeed, they ��� .��� ite Boundar>' i,a>'s summer population,
them ne" to think; to accepl certain I n'h,ch is q"it" ,;u?" ",is year'
dogmas on the authority of teacher ori So successful has the local branch
text book. an,i iel it go al that. More of the B. C. Hackers' association been
,h:'"   halt  the   rubbish   taughl   under in the operation of a halibut  packing
the head  of "English  Grammar"   for! -���  .__    ..	
exani] le, is ee. this description.
Now. by whatever name one may I
chose iei call it; io whatever cans.'
  me- wish lo ascribe it, retribution waits on error, as tip' shadow em
thai vVhich interrupts the light. F ir
the sin of careless thinking, or of refusing 10 think, men suffer. There is
;"i "Hi quotation aboul the evil
wrougln by nam of thought. This
iieiv II 1 etiibulion meets us eve r,
�� her      in 1 Is often  unrei ognize I,
Whi ������    we are   bb.    ni ere       :   lo al
lilanu ������     r   in this matl  r, then
those ������       1 1   more deeply ip,' ilpated
ti Ince thej pm onl) do
no) iltlvate fne jn licial tem-
'���'.,���:���. b 1     ve p refuse in see lhe plain-
esi 1 ������ ben II is againsi their Im-
nied Interests    to si e them���or
1 Me .1 know :< !   ��� thai  the,
2 . 1 thai    e ip ������  .'..:   not, 11
lie I ��� :' '��� Li thin iiitsiil
iin lines where thou ;hl Is foi I
upon :i.< ;ii as a par: of the grind bj
which they make their bread and butter, i.~ fullj recognize! '������.. the p eopl ���
who praj upon society iip' quack
��� mokei   being    ,1   good    ex-
le.    N'owhe ;���''. perhaps, is the result ot this wo'o.i of though! in ire dis-
rOUS     IS ee ii'ly as  a  who!     tll ::-,  ill
the 0      . (unity II affords to the pro- I
illl Iclan   .���nni   1 he- - oi
'        a   '.���   to oai'li their reward.   An
Use en:.--iu.'    ��� ie
iy of the manner in n hich c   -
 ngs oi Onlai io bail
���   ���   ,-���-,: o-o d, ni cou       ol
1..   . ���
"Tl heir ru
rare, tl     kind of talk 1    1      ���      the
ne livi .In.0     rotors    iii\ i p I      against !
themselves, .oil   ,' 1 nilts 1 iie corp ��� a
1 Ions to :ill theii  p ickel- from public ,
chest,   The temperance people divide
among themselves, and iho distilleries
po iip Increasing   their   output:    the I
fai pu':'   whose Interests are' Identical, ,
divide among themselves, an 1 the cor-
poratlons pip  pretty much  whal  they !
want, whether right or wrong.   Every I
thinking man  knows thai   both  good
and bad are done al both Toronto and
Ottawa."
Hut  the  trouble,   as   we   have'    en-|
daavored to poini oui. Is   thai    ibe
"thinltlng man" is in the minoritj. ami
bo professional politician   ami   hack
writer,  with   their  partizan shouting,
refusing to see any good or anj evil,
as ih" case may be ;ii "Toronto or Ot-
tawa"   in   ihis camp  or thai   grows ,
fai on ihe percentage allowed him oui :
df ihe sains of ihe corporations and
others who make iheir harvest  from
fh..   division  of opinion   which     this
shouting of ihe parii.'.ins keeps up.
I Claim Settled in 4 Days I
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| Coquitlam, B. C. #
9 Messrs. White, Shiles & Co.,
| New Westminster, B. C. *
| Gentlemen - ���
��� Please accept thanks for check, dated JUNE 28,. g
x from the Connecticut Fire Insurance Co.,  settle- '
��� ment for loss in full, by fire which destroyed my ������
1 barn on JUNE 24. ' '   t
> I congratulate you upon representing- a company
|| which pays its claims so promptly, and with no ���
2 trouble to the assured.   Yours truly,
(Signed)       D.   McLEAN.
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| White, ShlleS & Co., Fire Insurance and Rea! Estate Agents. ���
New   Westminster,   B. C.
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Specials for Today
60 pairs Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords,
Blucher cut, large eyelets���a most stylish shoe $1.75 a pair
Ladies' Tan and chocolate shade Oxfords, Goodyear welt and turn soles, all
American manufactured, $2.50 to $3.50
"WALK-OVER"  SHOES   For Men
NEW   LINES   FOR   TODAY
Men's Orange-Tan  Button and Lace Oxfords,  the very newest styles
on the market.
Men's Velour Calf, Blucher cut, Oxfords���the new "Skee Toe."
GENTLEMEN : These are swell
Shoes and top-notchers in every
respect.
Buy Tour Summer Shoes From Us.
Johnstons
BIG SHOE HOUSE, LIMITED,
NEW WESTMINSTER
M SIGN; OF IHf BIG RKIRIC BOOT
A six-room modern House, in good repair, on
a lot 55 x 1G5 feet, aJl in fruit trees, one
block from city car,   on   Fourth  Avenue.
Price   $1,800
Half cash,
balance easv ten -.
Hale &  Lam
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPER?.'!
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER  B. C.
Phone   333
P. O. I5<>\
Here You Are
i" i Tenth ill cle iired     I ���      . i -.
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: ' I   on Tenth avenue, I ble car line     Pi
1   i  rms.
I 2 lots on (     iu     i      eel  near iiospil il, S
i    Price ?4��   each; term    riven
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I   lol  '"   Fe .irth   i venue an I  '1   n   .
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1 '���' o sl 11 cleared an.l In frail   tre   .   fi need,    etc
[    buiid on.    Pi V'- $500,  I -2 c '-'..
I FRASER VALLEY REALFY
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I NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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�����.-;.      ,!. m   s.  Monmouth wns at
I     ,,.;;,]( the other day, some of her
House on 7th A enue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall md pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.    Price $1C00,  favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
BUTTER CROCKS]
And FRUIT JARS
AT^
ADAMS and DEANS
Dealers in Groceries and Crockery ware. BNl'
SDAY.
J1JLY  10, 1907.
^     THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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EAT
NEMO
Swiss Lace Curtains
On the Bargain Table
Robert Jardine left yesterday for
Seattle, where he will spend some
time,
.1.  Scott, of  Chiiliwack,  was  in the
city   yesterday,    registered    at    the;
/colonial lwtsl��< '""    .���-J~ '""*
The proposed lacros.sej .ginie be- j
tween the junior Reginas and the Sap- '
perton lads was abandoned yesterday ���
evening, the baseball players being in :
possession of the oval when the!
young stickhaudlers arrived, Tuesdays,
teeing  one of  the   evenings   reserved   -
AND
LIVE
A.  Logan, of Eburne,   tor ��ractice amon8 the si)here swat' \
ters. i
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The   Rev.
visited the city yesterday, on his way
to Chiiliwack.
... An application has  been  posted  in
�� ._��__<    __   a_.__    _..    i  ,M   _     [the   walei1  MT_HYi.__sioner's   office   for
Sons of Scotland, Attention! Photos  lne   wawr  oomnu��.
are now in the hands of Alex. Adams.   a l'ecor�� "t 50 inches of wllCi (rom
a stream emptying into Howe soilfl-d.
The delegates to the Christian En-   The   application   was   filed     by    the
deavor convention at Seattle left yes-   West   Shore  & .Northern Land   corn-
Only 15 pairs at this price, $2.95.   Traveller's Samples, tome two P*""
lots, others but four pair, being left overs, from  $4.50 and $5.00,
but none under $4.50, reduced for July Sale to $2.95.
terday evening.
The next meeting of the Westminster Kennel club will lake place on
Saturday, August  10,
pany who state tlw_J. the water Is required for agricultural and I imestlo
purposes. .   ,,.
27-inch Dotted Swiss Sash Muslin at
10 cen'.s.
5 pieces small and coin spot sash
muslin, frill one side, actual value
20c yard, July Sale Price  10c
36-inch muslin, with wide frill one
side, pure white, coin spots, suitable for bedroom curtains, our 25c
lines, on sale right now 15c
25c Double Width Art Muslin 15c and
10c.
The Salvation .\iif.\v Sun I lj sch >< > i
picnic at Queen's park, yesterda;.' was
well attended, the usual picnic all Tactions being in evidence. Today there1
will lee two picnic parties from Van-
For cut flowers, boucjirets or fun-1 couver at the purl., while on Thurs-
eral  designs telephone  T.   Dav.ii'S  & p day, the Olivet  Baptists will  lourney
A acow load of coal afTlvsd last
evening from the Island, consigned to
Messrs. Mayers & Presto*,
Sensation price cutting and bargain getting still continues in the
wash goods. Stand crowded with thrifty bnyer;. Wo can keep
up the interest as there are thousands of yards of bright, new
goods that must be sold to make room for big stocks on the way.
400 yards Oriental Scrims go at . 25c   |
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20 or more pieces,  Fancy  Colored *
Stripe  Scrims,   fringed madras, ���
fancy harness muslins; splendid ���
goods for any length of curtains, ���
draperies, etc.; all double width ���
and are our popular 40c and 50c *
lines.   These should not last an ���
hour at the July Price  25c   ���
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Today, duly lu. is the second anniversary of the opening jt the  Royal
, Bank of Canada in this city.
A meeting of th- board of trade
���Ail! be held this evening in the board's
room in the city hall.
For all kieds of cut flowers and pot-
ted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
Mis. F. W. Phillips returned yester-j
ley evening from Ferndale, where she
had  been  spending  a  few days witli
friends.
R. L. Reid, ,,( Vancouver, was a vis-
to Stanley
!e:::n  a.  m.
park, leaving tliiJ
city
at
A. i.'owarel. of the Colonial hotel,
is having n, thirty-three fo.it sailing
yacht bulli. aria' intends to take part
in the yacht races t<5 be held in Vancouver late in the fail. Sir. Howard
is now taking daily sails on the F.raser
in order to freshen up his knowledge j
of yachtmanship, and expects to be j
able to make a ge>od showing when the
races take place.
Messrs.    Marshall  efc   B ewell,     who -
liave the contract, for the erection of
tho  new wing  to  the  Central  school.
building, are  making  gex>d   progress
$2.50 and $3.00 tampion's, E.T. & W.B, Corsets, sale price $1.50
Itor to the  city yesterdaj   ami  while  and have the stone foundation nearly'
here  conducted several  caries  before   completed'.    According to the stipula- |
the county court. tions  of the contract,  the  wing will
,  ,    i have  to  lie  completed  on or   before
Gerard  bv   ,_._., ���, . .   I
October 31.   Tiie contract, price is in
the
,,   ��� ,      the neighborhood  of $t2/ion.
Oddfellows     cemetery     \\.  k.. Fales .
���'��� e-i the undertake!'.
The  funeral of a  baby
name, took place yesterday
Mail Orders filled at sale prices.    No goods exchanged after 1 p.m.
during the sale.    Store closes 5 p.m. sharp.
Special Discount
20 Per tent.
on Fine Table Linen
i Napkins.
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Mail Orders Filled Every Day
Black Kid Oloves
Elbow Length
For $1.25 Fair
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Probably  the  lar.  ������:   :  j,  thai   was |
'ever floated   lown   the  Fraser    river
: came down [rom Pitt lake yesterdaj
and was towed around to the Pacific ;
Coasl Lumber company's mill on Bur-j
rard  inlet.    It measured 90 fee;  long!
e .and .Ve inches at the smallest end. At
I)!-. Doherty, medical superintendent   the butt   the log was seven feet    in I
the provincial hospital for the in-] diameter".    The giant piece of timber]
was cut two years ago by Gilley Bros.
The B. C. E R. sectionmen lield a
meeting last night to discuss the receni wage agreement The result of
their  deliberations   was     noi     made
public.
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
TO   RENT���Furnished  room.      Apply
to 34 or 35 Burr block. 5t
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FOVNP���Silver watch, in Queen's
park. Owuer can have sauie by
proving pi6$9Hf M  Dorer's jewelry
store, Columbia StflMH 81:
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FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT���For
three months; six rooms. Third avenue and Ninth street. Apply .1.
ll. Todd, Music Store, Columbia
street. dtf.
WANTED���Thirty to forty w jmen
and girls at Fruit Cannery. Also a
tew active boys 16 to IS years of
.ige. Apply at Westminster Fruit
Packing company.  Ltd,, Front 9t.
���'- ������ ���       ��� ��� ���-��� a - i ' ��� ���
\VA.VTf<)n-<!irl with Some experience in Confectionary ami ice
cream parloT, Apply, Purdy &
McKlllop,  next  tfafri office.
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TEACHERS   WANTED���For   Central
School, this city.     One    Male    for
Division  3,  Boys'  School;   one  Female for primary work.    Applications
received up to noon of the llth inst.
R.   LENNIE,  Sec.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY���We furnish help of all kinds, farm, bush,
saw mill, railroad labor, hotel help,
etc., etc. male or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Employment Agcy.
!"e06 Cordova street west Vancouver.
HOUSE   AND   TWO    LOTS  to   rent,
splendid   location;    corner  site on
car line, ei.J?ht minutes    from    post
office.     Apply   P.   A.   Daily   News
office.
sane, has lately bought an eiglu h. p.
automobile, and will have it in use to-
a .. is :l!   e nd of this week.
As a. ting  mayor of the  city,  Aid.
on their limltfj along tug Pitt lake.   . ,
The mortal remains of Alex. Ewen,
who passed away on Monday, will be
Shil s  will   represent  the corporation   consigned to their las:   resting place
tn the reception of the Orangemen on   on Friday.   The funeral will be under
the auspices of the local Oddfellows, i
of which order Mr. Ewen was ee mem- i
ber.    The pall  bearers will consise  of
twee Oddfellows, two Workmen of the !
World, and two friends of the tamil.y
The reason for iho delay In the hold- ;
ing of the funeral is ��o allow a mar- ,
tied daughter, who li"-.^ ai  Porl  Es-
sington, to arrive here mi time to have
a last look- at  the  facn of iter  fat he)'.
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Here is a Bargain
House, 9 rooms, bath, pantry.
Lot G7 1-2 x ISO. All kinds
of fruit, stable, chickenhouse.
Lane in rear.   Lovely view.
DIED.
KHOFF���In this city, on    h i
Inst.,   Fe- 'derick    Ei< kh iff,   b
"5th year.
���\ ...���   funeral   will   leave    the
>si leni e,  215  Carnarvon  str
- [ay,   the, I ith  inst.,   at
;,.   i.;.    Service  will   be  held   ln  th
���    Trinttj  cathedral.
Friends    and    acquainl        a
....,,i this Intim "  ���
ith
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cLEOD, MARK & CO.
NOTICE
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY   GIVEN   I ial
��� will nol bo responsible for anj
(,,. tracte i   .   my wife, A la M
afti r this  la  i, ees she has volui ta 'ilj
lef   m       ���', and I oar I,
Dated July ���". 1901
D. McBRO '"���
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The Farm Land Specialists,"
New  Westminster
ten
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Just What You Want I1
Cottage on corner, 5 rooms, pantry, bathroom,
fixed wash tubs and all other improvements
also fruit trees.   This cottage has just  Liem
Painted and is in first class condition.
Price
easy.
$1,650,     half cash, balance ea
Real
Tenders for repairing and painting
Sapperton school will be received un
i,. noon of July 13, a' the office of P.
Peebles', where speclfli at! >.e a ma hi
seen, and 1 iwesl or any tend er
necessarllj accepl 11.
Contractors ten I.'ria- em v. iri
to de'eeee^ii a i'e rtifle 1 check   if
i-eir eif amount of tender.
C, H. CLOW,
Archil
not
are
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Friday next,    lie will deliver an ad-
lifess of welcome.
('.  Dynes,  who for the  past sixteen,
years had been connected    witli    tbe
Brunette Saw  Mill  company's    son',
has commen e 1 general store business
on Columbia streei, Sapper'em.
Mr. Stevens, of North Vancouver,
will operate a merry-go-roud at
Qi ee .. - pai . on Orangemen's day,
duly 12, The outfit arrived in the city
yesterday, and will be put up today.
Horace Dor;-".', the jeweler, has los!
a Japanese carved  gold  rtiig on Corn ia stn   :.    lie  annouces  that  he
��ill give   a  substantial reward to I h ���
-. n returning it to him at  his office,  Col imi la  street.
improvements are being now made
to the Central hotel, new supports be-
Ing placed  under the    rear    of     ta
building.   The upper rooms are being
;.. ��� I and : alnte I,   and a gt neral
I ipiw i.e. nl i: usa ta  Is In progress,
Mrs. w. A. Gilley will leave on
Tbursda; on board the fasl Trans-
Canada express for New Brunswick
and the state of Maine, to visit
friends, sii" will be accompanh l ley i
her Bon, Charley.
Among tho campers al present on-
joylng the rural delights of Boundary |
bay are T R. Pearson, Mr, and Mrs
i>. A. Shiles, .i. Eagles and family, ���'.
ROSS Sharpe, Mrs. J, Wis., an 1 :���.::.���
other well known New Westmin
, residents,
The funeral of Frederick Eickhoff,
v.ho (lit-i een Monday evening, will
take place at two o'clock Wednesday
afternoon,  in  the Church of England I
bemetery.   The deceased was a native
nf Hanover, Germany, and was one ofl
the oldest  pioneers of New Westminster.
TOR   SALE���Ore second-hand   range.
suitable for large restaurant or log-
King camp, GftxiiCt.tiin. Apply to Alex
Speck, Second Hand Store. Speck Blk.
Dr. T. Hoggan, M.R.C.V.S., Edinburgh,
Veterinary Surgeon
Having commenced practic:- in New
4
Westminster, messages can be left at
D. S. Curtis' Drug Store, Columbia
street; 'Phone 43, until I have made
my offlce arrangements.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively in timber. Have large and small
tracts on water, if you wish to
buy or sell, see me. !__. lt. Chandler,
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY  NEWS.
PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe m
ier
P.   PEEBLES       Estate
127�� Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 3071
W6
Merry Go Round
At
Queen s Park
On
July 12
The Bchooner Athens arrived yesterday morning from the halibut banks]
���witli !2,">,000 pounds of fish for tbe B. |
c. Packers' association, She' will be
Unloade I today. The steamer Celestial Empire wlll not arrive hoick from
the banks bef ��i ��� Mon lay.
Mrs. Dave Gllchrisl was taken to
the hospital In Vancouver yesterday
morning to undergo treatment, Since
her pet irn from Vernon about thr ��� -
weeks a 11, ��ta re shi wa3 for some
monthi  tor the benefl    if he ��� health,
Sill'   ll I i    _,. .e \. ;.    ^e      .':.���",    ��� ������ e   h   "   '     '���'���-
���:'b <���.:���:������������.     to te ;,.: ���.;..
Coat Shirts
Put on Like   Your Coat
Have You Tried Them?
If not, get in line, and find out what
solid comfort is.
W. G. and R. and Tooke Bros. Ltd.
Both the standard of excellence.
PRICES:
$1,25, $1,50, $1,75 up to $3.00 Shirt
ALL NEW PATTERNS.
PHILLIPS, M^M'g THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
JULV .���
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BUSINESS MEN TAKE
HAND IN STRIKE!
Call Upon Bosses to Come
to Terms With Halifax
Checkers.
Halifax, duly 9,���The Intercolonial
bas finally determined to fight the
striking checkers and porters at the
Halifax terminal. As an indication ot
this they have inserted largo adver-
tisemehts in the papers calling for fif-
i.i men and offering permanent employment and good wages to competent men.
The only way thai merchants got
perishable goods was by taking it
from the freight sheds themselves.
The business men of Halifax iiafe
taken up tiie strike, and at a meeting
of tiie board of trade this afternoon
they adopted resolutions asking ihe
governmenl io give in tee the .strikers.
They fear Hum the trouble will spread
to other unions, and that lhe effects
will lee permanently bad. 'i'ii" men ask
17  1-2  cents   an   hour.
In response to the advertisement for
new men to take the strikers' places
only oni' applicant was received today.
'lie.- resolution o.lo;.u'. by the batird
of trade ami signed by the president
is as follows;
"That the schedule of rate's as submitted ley the freight handlers' union
of the' Intercolonial, Halifax, lie immediately acceded to temporarily, up and
until such time as tin provisions of
thi' industrial disputes act can lee invoked, a decision arrived at by the
board of conciliation appointed under
the provisions of the said act Trade
paralysed hy the strike. Immediate
action necessary,    Answer."
Residential New Westminster
"The Site of Beautiful Homes.r
The following list carefully compiled to date contains most of the
choicest residential plots in the city for sale. Prices are most
reasonable. Several lots have fruit bearing trees. Just the kind
of home you want for comfort. Read our list of Ranches and
Farm Lands for sale.
-^FJss|oN*r
HOWAY, REID & fi >
ters, 8olicit0* Z^ E>J
Btreet, opp, It, Couit iL*f
Westminster, a, ^J^i
Westmlnste     .    ... u,,er'   -
WHITESIDE v !:r���lQ s
�� ters and Itors nS
Columbia Bin \..w,nBlac'
W. J. White! ie, (j ,  J**
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MR. J.
tor
Canadian   Bai
ing,  Columbia
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��� of tie m, ,.���''������
urt Oik
' "".mere.
offlce. New  v.,  EtefT!
loan. '  "^
Martin, weari & mcq^J
1��   barristers, i   teltora e�� !1
flees:   New Westminster T-ar,J|
corner   Clarkson  :t,ul Lorne at_3.
Vancouver, r    21 to 2. ittbM
ville street.   J >Be | b Martin ��m
W. Weatt. w. u. McQuame JI
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'ir>' FritUj J
���tbe
\b
Quarrip hi
Bourne.    Mr. Martin wifl ���
Westminster offi ��� s eve
ternoou
9 Lots corner of Brunette
St. and Distillery St., subdivision 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
11 and 12 in lot 13, Sub.B.
1, Sapperton. Price $1500,
half cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
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.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Second
streets, No. 5, (i and 7. Price $400
each or $1100 foi  the three.
20 acres in Langley, tour miles from
Fort Kells on main road, ) acres
cleared; $500.
Full sized let, north  side of Ham-
\ number of men who <-.ir.:o to the; llton street between Sixth and Eighth
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4tb avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. Si to S6 and 95, 95 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and rig:  $1500 cash.
1 1-2  house, ti  rooms    and    flush
1C0 acres,
$40 jeer acre
miles  from city.
Two lots en ISth street, between  Tth and Sth avenue.-.
ICO acres in Surrey; s u of
N.:j of sec 9, township 2. Log
liouse, 16x24, and chicken coops,
small barn; 60 fruit trees; 12
acres cleared, 4 acres under
cultivation and S acres slashed
Price $20 per acre, t'��� cash, balance in 12 months at 7';.
1 full size lot, block 0, lot 14,
St. Patrick's Square: Price
$450.
1 lot, 55&X166, Tenth streei,
off Queen's avenue. Price $450.
Terms $200 cash, balance terms
to suit.
$3,500, subject to 10 months
lease. Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avenue.
Splendid location, now rented for
$30.00 per month; lease can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
good paying investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
city today, when they found they were
wanted  to fill the place of strikers,]
refused to go to work.
BEWARE OF FRUIT.
streets; $225.
1C0 acres less right oi way about S
acres for  railway;   25 acres stumped,!
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced: J
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and lean  too   16x22;   'arn 30x32 and      -' lots on Sth St. between   5th
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from _:nd
I street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x105.
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
nd
Strawhiin-y Acids  are  Said  to  Affect
The Temper.
two
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized,
tit.X
lean   too  .'Il'xI-I;   granary   10x16.   ln���   ..... ...... ���..,_,  ^���ot _,ut,   ueu =i_.vu, uua  gt . gauil to on
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon,132; Xos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for $500. half cash,
shed 20x3d;   small milk house, small   both, half cash, balance easy. tunity for investment
Double   tenement   house, 4th Ave., I
1st and 2nd  St.;   1  Iot.    Price $1,700;
cash half and half in 6 months at 7%,
Kent:; for $|n each tenant.
40 acres % section 14, N. V2 of K. %
of Tn. 2, about 2 miles from bridge off ���
Haworth road, Surrey; house 18x26,
1,4 storey house. 3 rooms finished, another 3 can be added upstairs; small
shack; 1% acres cleared and seeded
With clover, red; fairly easily cleared.
One mile from shingle mill. Price
$1,200;. terms half cash, balance 12,
months at 7 <',.
Full sizeel lot No. 12 on Royal Ave,
and 8th St Price $,1050, half cash,
balance at 7 95 per annum.
Westerly 4. !1 of 63, Sub. Block 5,
132x132 corner 100 feet square;    two
House corner of    Tth St.   anel  4th   houses drawing $28 per month.    Price
Ave.;  9 rooms;  2 full sized lots, 66x $5,000, half cash, balance iu 0 and 12.'
132;    orchard    of    apples, pears anel   nionths.
plums.    Price $4,000, $2,000 cash, leal-       1(;��� g K   .���   ���,- St.(.tlon 2C, Dist    12,
ance en time at 7 <;. in acres,partly cleared;  Kanaka creel.
5 lots corner of street between 8th  running through: good road; one Bile
and 9th Ave. on 2nd St., side of 2nd north   of  Webster's corner;    shingle
icre; partly cleared,   mill and P.O. at the west corner; iim-;
A  splendid    oppor-  ber worth $7 per acre; cedar and fir; '
GEORGE 10. MARTIN, Barrister!
Solicitor, Gul I n l.luck.cZ,
bia and McKenzie streets, Newfll
nilnstet, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY j g
and Notary Pu     , In practiced
1891 at New v. ���  ��� minster, B.C,
flees removed ���      irtia B.oci.c
son   street, oj :      1   C irl HI
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 61.
W.'
corner
streets,
'.  11 A N SFORD,  Barriu
Solicitor, etc., Ores ���_: m
Columbia     and    McKetJ
New West: dnster, B.
I thi
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London, July 9���Hygienists who eie- orchard, all kinds of fruit, 05 bearing
light in raising .alarms against popular fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
foods, are now tilling against straw- $6000;   $2000 cash,  balance easily ar-
berries.   These are accused of having ranged At 7 per cent.
a bad effect upon the tempers of their Ful] sized  lot on Third street, be-
t aters. who, it is alleged, become sulky j tween Royal and Queens avenue east
and   Irritable after   eating them.   A side, new house; $1500.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each,
NOW, THEN, WHAT DO
YOU WANT BETTER THAN THIS?
liygienisi is quoted as saying that ladies are particularly susceptible in this
respect. Some of them will eat a
p mnd (" more of strawberries al a
time, and then become so morose that
people are glad to avoid them, The
fact is. the yare physically ill without
knowing it. They are suffering from new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
the strawberry disease, the symptoms houses, in good order; some acres
lizziness, a desire planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of    property   easily   cleared.     Price
27% acres of the best soil
.cleared, under cultivation;
i fruit trees, just comencing
10 acres
!00 young
to   bear;
tn be alone, and intolerance of bein^,
questioned.    The strawbi rries   which
have the worsl effect  are    the large
��� ���> 1 ���    The small  kind    are    usually
harmless.   The trouble is ascribed to
Uh   strawberry    acids.    Indeed,    the
fact is. they are physicaly ill without
cream or sugar, nnd nobody    should ens and duck
eat more thai, a dozen at a Ume. Bus-   property at a snap.
'���'��� '��� Miles. , Me e nnis player, as a veg-j    28 acres on    Mara  road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY.   One-quarter  cash,   balance   1
$4,700;      $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property is only '���'������ mile from
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chick-
%  acre  between    Queen's and  3rd  , Nacres in Sunbury; 6 chains water
^ u   front;     12  acres   cleared;     S-roomed
Ave. on west side of 10th; No. 5 and house, lath and plastered; wood shed,
6, Block 4S; 132x165 feet; all cleared chicken barn ami fruit trees of all
and fenced. Price $1050; $550 cash lciD(ls- Price $3,000. Terms one-third
balance in 6 nionths. ' cash' balance 6 ':"!  ''' "'"::;
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
10 acres in see. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20. 21, face on 16th
street and 8th avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside iots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.    Single iots at  cash,
Four   and   one-half   acre
Seventh   and   Eighth   avenue;   south
;,. 1 :��� '������ .   :e
balance in 6, 12 and 18
More exclusive   properties  just
with us for sale.
Lot 5, opposite Knox church, Sapperton, east side Columbia Street on
car line.   $300 cash.
:: lots south side of Sixth Avenue;
very light clearing; 60x115% feet on
Sub. Block 10. . $1050 cash.
4 iots on Fifth Street, 11, 12, 1
Still. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 each,
cash, balance C nionths at. 7 ','<���
2  houses  corner of    Merrival
Agnes;  full sized lot;    city bloc
���1 miles from Pert Haney. Prici
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balanc arranged.
S.-W. Sub, Township _3; some timber;
railway   runs  alongside;    old   6-acre   >r-
chnxd.    Price JIB per aire; terms $1,000
cash, balance In three equal payments.
1 acre clay, bouse on tram line near
listed   Joyce  station;   partly cleared;   fenced
(across front facing tram line.   $1000,
00 cash, balance arranged.
. 14,
half
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on Sth Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
ami
between  lot  11;    fine house rents  for $25
other $10;   flush  closets and  all con-
j , , ���, netted    with    sewers.      Price $3,500,
side of 1st slreet.    Price $2,500.
Large lot and  two cottages on Co-
;]   lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rented
the l at $1" each.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New West
ster Board of Trade meets laf
Board Room, City Hall, as !ollot|
Second   Wednesday of each __��
Quarterly meetings on the sm
Wednesday     of     February, KiJ
August and November, at . p.i
Annual meetings   cm   the
Wednesday     of     February.   .\ij
members   may   be   proposed
elected at any monthly or quant
meeti��g.   A. E. Whf'e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY.M
K. B. K. of I , meets foil
Friday of each month,
p. m., In Orange hall, corner |
Royal avenue and ith street.
Journing Sir Knights cordially!
vlted to attend. W, E, Dunlop. 1
P.; .1. Hood, Reg.
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE, NO.
���Meets  In  Orange  hall flrst
third Friday in each month atlj
in.    Visiting brethren are cordi!
Invited to attend.    W. P
James Humphrey, Rec 'Sec,
LA
Cash $2,000,
Lot 14 on Fifth avenue, sub B, 10 months at T r'(.
of sub 9. $300 cash. ft cleared;  size '    *���-'������ '��� "f sl& ]"' Township 10
timli'T.    Price IJ -> per acre; terms
5o feet by 132 feet. cash, balan asy.
, ��� j    Lots  14  and   15 of  1 of 6    of
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
snllli'
1,11(10
could le sold with the : of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.
I age is selling fast at this price.
Acre-
ei.,.: iau dietist, e. ni 'ms the danger
,;i some persons >>> m strawberries.
lie- says thej cont :u three acids,
phosphoric, sulphuric, and silicic. He
believes that thi Last named causes
the trouble. In addition to irritability,
havi   strawberry   rash,  and
Buffereia
straw berry
in . lai lie,
JULY JESTER'S
'OVI \1. JINGLING
JARGON JOKES,
Minstretey has been and promises
' ��� mtinue to I e, thi favorite I irm
��' amusemenl foi four-fifths of the
theatre going n iblic- and well i;
should bt ta no n nnei of a per-
foi in ance e aj Includi such a vaij-tv
<��� material di pessary fcr the edification ol lhe multitudes; besides ii Is
tin' cleanest and be st of all amuse-
' ��� ;-- Then, there are n > waits.
Promptl)   at the appi luted  hour the
and 2 years at 7 %.
N'o.  306.���9-roomed   house,  with  bath
room, comer of Cth and Agnes St.
Price $4.0C0; terms >_. cash, balance
3 and ii months al 7 <;.
A   Cheap  Property.
House 6 rooms, flush closet, V/2
storeys, on .Fourth Avi . one lot from
Second St. on south side. Price
$1900;. half cash, balance al 7 per
e< nt.   Fruit trees: lol D5.\1C5
House 30x42, ith St., between tth
and -"ill Ave ; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstaii . i nd bath room
down stall s; parli r, dining 11 om, kitchen and panl i j. Pul] sized lot running back :n Vsh St. Price $3,500;
$1,500 cash, balance al $500 per year
al 7 )e< r cent.
-'������   storey   house,   10 rooms,  also
cnn.iin rise-, an.fi from  that moment modern    Improvements;  lol    66x132;
until the final . m have Fun  withoul   birt- at back; part of lot set out with
fl blush.   Songs ol aentimeni  ley the   fruit   trees   and    Dice   lawn.   Price
worl rs greatest  vocalists, comic dit-  $2,750. $1,500 ca h, balance 6 and 12
ties by tin' best comedians on earth,  months at 7 per cent.
wii i also furnish humor   without    a
taint.   The songs have   been   sung;
Jokes have been told; the Adonislike
person in the middle lias bin friendly
repartee with the various comedians
with the bones and "Tambos."
There's  no tiresome  overture',  but
on the contrary the    vari ms    novel
feais gathered from all (|ii.-::: irs of the
globe commence, and ere the finish
lias been reached you have, with your
brother auditors, proclaiim l minstrelsy the kins of amusements.
The n.'iuly Dixie Minstrels will be
<it (he opera house this evening,
160 acres, Westminster district, lu
acres nnder cultivation, 10 acres orchard, "i acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; bouse IS x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and coiv
stables, three in all, stable S cows an 1
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at' ham;:
steamer binds twice a day: aboul 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, nevei bi en
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage bouse lil x 24; hen
bouse mada of hewed timber laid in
mortar. 12 x 30, A chance of a Fe
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance . I 6
per cent.
No. 308.- 8-roomed .'lease, with I ith
room, etc.; Allies St, $2,500; '-_.
cash, balance 3 and (' mos. at 7 ��� ���.
No. 310 -9-roomed .'louse and bath
room, Agnes St. $3,000: % ������ h,
balance 3 and Q months al 7 %.
No. 312.���8-roomed House and bath
room.   Amies   St.      Price $2,500:   '..
eash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 ���..
Bloch 12 on 12th St., east side; io
full sizeel lots. Price $2,500, one-third
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 0 montbs at 7 jeer cent.
i Lot 14 on Sherlirook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 0 months at 7 per cent.
Lots Id. 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each: 1-2 cash
balance C months al 7 per cen:.
Six iots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each let. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a comm man ding
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth --:.' et, 'I wo and one half-storey
bouse, Tea rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lava-
'' ry, i .��� ctri light; nice lawn; lol
66x132, with lane in rear; pari of lot
sei out with fruit tree's. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged,
160 acres on the Scotl road, 16 acn 9
i '��� e. ed; barn 50 \ 30; stables, etc.;
sp ��� ndld soil; . oly $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, i al ince i ������
160 aires in Surrey, 5 acres cleared,
fenced on road side, $1,800, half eash,
One and one-half storey house and
full size lot, situated north side of
Royal avenue and corner of McKinnls
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot and
cold water, closet; woodshed; young
bearig fruit trees; streets on three
sides; fine view. Price $1,800. $900
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen's
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's   *~
Ave.;     52x122 feet;  all  cleai,,!:   lane   A,
alongside and  back.     Price    $i,ooo:
half cash, balance easy at 7 '',.
One lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street, $1,050,
for sale exclusively.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO.ft
The regular meetings of this i��H
are held In Oddfellews' hall, Coin
bla street, every  Mon lay evenic
at 8 o'clock.    Visitln.t: brethKBWf
dially invited to attend.  S I   -'[
N. G.; C. S. Richmond, V G.l W.cJ
Coatham, R. S.;  .7. W.  Ma IW \
F. S.; Alex. Adams, Treas.
. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE Noll
���Meetings the first and third Tral
day In each month. Vis'tii.l
brethren cordially invited to sMi'-l
Lodge room, A. (). lT. W. hall, OWI
fellows' block, Clarkson street, Cl
S. Corrlpan, recorder; Louis Wl
master workman.
balance on  time at 6 per cent, su>! special price will be made io one
ject to sale of timber. chaser.
len acres Improved land, buildings
and sheds complete, Dear Cloverdale;
all under cultivation, $15,000. i' you
'���an handle this, don't delay; It's a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
160 acres good farm land in Delta,
about :;t,_, miles from rivei;. near Scott .
mail, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commier,
about 70 acres, only $lt, per acre
Half cash.    jump.
2 lois, 20, 21; No, 20, $170; No, 21, i
(corner) $175. Durham and Second j
streets.
liouse,   full   sized   lot,  on   Keary
street, Sapperton;   rents for $10 perj
month.    Only $1,050.
��irFor  the above  four  properties a
pur-
POSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE NeVl
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND, B. 8,-1
Red Rose Degree meets SecondaiJi
Fourth Wednesday of each montM
In K. of P. Hall. Columbia St. ill
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fotirtl
Wednesday   in   each nimnli. SM,e
time and place.    Visiting Brethren
cordially    invited.     K. B  Stlnc*
combe, Pros.. H. Disnev, See retafl
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I.Of'
���Meets the Fourth Frlda5 i�� lu
month at 8 o'clock, In the ���'��*���
hall, Oddfellows' block, ^ :!;
brethren are cordially Inv ted t"a''
tend. J. B. Rushton, C. Rd "��� '
Maxwell, R. S.
Kissing G^mes Must Cease.
Philadelphia, July S.~The cit)
health board lias placed ail kissing
games under the ban at the pul lie
playgrounds. The board is in fear of
deadly microbes, I
REAL
Telephone   333
BROKERS
FrOnt   StrCCt Telephone   333
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No.8��
A. O. F.���The regular meetings"'
this Lodge nre held on the - '
and Fourth Tuesdays of each mom
at $ p. m. in the Oddfellows' H*"1
Visiting Brethren nre cordiajyi"
vited to attend. IC. C. Firth, C. ��-
K. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every WednesW
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows
Hall, Columbia street. visit���*
Brethren are cordially Invited toJ>
tend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R' Br0^'
Sec.
nd
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISL"-
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First w
Third Tuesday of every nontB
K.    of   P. Hall.     John   McNive"'
Chief; J. .1. Forrester, Rec. Seo.
IDE MORNING PAPER IS IRE BEST
PAPER FOR IcOAV. J~:
190"
THE   DAILY   X
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..,,.-; AN    HOME
|!|ad'regulations.
lon Lands with-
D;,-
Brit sh  Cob
SEALE     Tl
here! ..           . ������     :. rtj
v :. ��� :. :i ro apply to
': {   mnaissionei of
Lan -                  . permission to
. tx ���  from
���           ������  ��� - ied I ,nas. situate
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Tenae-s for a License to Cut Timber
or, Dominion La-.ds in the Province
of Bret.sh Co umbea.
tigh Coium-
eighty chain* and SOW* eephLy chains TENDERS    FOR    DERRICK,   SCOW,
ro   fioin!   of   .-virf.men.-'Pnier.I BOILER   AND  'ENGINE.
5.    Commen.-        .. ������,-.   si        .,- ���	
V,    ������   Bt&l '>  - .'I   '        TENDERS 'essed   to tbe   i.e
chains, souih e gi -i-li- signed  at 0    iwa   and marked on the
ty chains an.-: north eiphtj chains to envelope   "Tei Scow,   8 e tn
point  of oomn ' ani   De   ���, t,   fo
.1. E   THO UPSON si i . Ice    BritisI
New Wes B   '-"���.. 30th May. for soo*   8 one,'   ��      b<    ���'���������   ved  ���
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rears of   age, to
section ef
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ne   west sidi
& Tenders    afldres ied to ihe
mmlssioner of 6��minton Lands, r>e-
noitxg rn post   partn .he interior, and marked
    i       ������'���   '���   -    ��� ...,...���   2d miles mve ���.���������     Tender  for Timber
���   North Fork of  Be.-;.'. No  521,'  w ��� lai this
��� m rivei    above   Kit-   Departmenl  until ic ���     i     noon on
-������   am   lake -emnins   as Wednesday, the 24th da: ���"   ���        ���'���*"'���
S      chains Tor a     -.:.,,   to ent timber on berth j Tender* for License to Cut Timber on
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le personally a:
the district in
hains i   ���    -    ihains Bora    No   bi:   comprising   aa -   -   nate in
���  eas     _    chains  south,  49  the Provinoe ot British Columbia    ���
chains south to point   the Easl ol Chehalis Creek and Lake
It
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anected there-   -
:; s   residence   '    "     ' ag lands
wl -.   ,. . .       .    m   '������    resi    L60  chains    s
,e following plan?
k ..    I   the land ta
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the homes;....
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: ���   the   require
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bas his pennan-
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ents    as  to resi-
by resi J ��� i
writing shou.d
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awa of inter.'.  :.
Timber Be.      '���      ' prising
-. .������   .  ... ..: post   fo; ���"���
ami con   rising I       ���    -   ftesc i Ibed i.s
Hows:
Block 1     .  impriedng   ���
rtioa
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner    of   Dominion    l_ands.
Department of lhe Interior., and mark-
��� ���     IE   -..msaiium
"���est    ��� .    chains      itsidi   '. mbei Berth N i 44   Block 1. eel on the envelope "Tender for Tim-
K tsumgallum  and Timbei Berth 254 Blocl. 1, of Sec- ber Berth N will be received
:, Township 4   Rang West at this Departmenl    until 12 . .   ick
ol   the 6th Meridian,    containing an noon on Wedn -���������     tbe -"1st dav ot
387        -   more or I ist -Ir.ly, 1907, for a lie   ev,   :., ,-.,-, tttt be
-. a    thence 4u
40
. :   . .. ist moi - -       tbe sh
to  the
20th mv OF JULY, 1907
to   supplying and delivering  a
roria. a  wooden  sco*   and  thr   ere
tion on boa s st ���    defttck with
ho v ;ng enKin.    bo        and  other ac-
cessories  according   to  specification
also   for   - ���     ���.   and   deliverine   -ee
Victoria wbere directed   a deiublc
linder  tandem hoisting engine,  winch
to have four hoisting drums and two
winer. heads, an  nprlght steel tubular
steam  boi ���    ol power ca
pacity, and a structural stool derrick.
Specifications of ihe macnine ���   ..
plans of  the derrick  can   be obtained
a) ihe Department here, at the agen
urcbased ..' '
re for s -   and $20 for an-
ere than   320 a   ��� -
me individual
at   the rate of ten    \    ���   .--���:. :.- ���
.   ��� ���      .        pounds shall be      .-       ...
n thi   -   !ss output.
W. W. CORY,
���  M nister ol thi  ;..
27, the   north
Section
.nd the
Section 34, S
&
thei
Section 1
1J    he s
S md thi
south-east Section 1;
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I   KAi :     Bom led on tbe west bj   on Berth  No.  523, comprising land* thp customs  House, Vancouver   and
ha  -            ntheeast I    Timber situate 1n the Province ot British Col-   !;ir.   Customs  House, New   Westn
Bi    i 29$ Block Land        easl bound-  umbia, and ���. .,-  ti  lows 8 ,-.   g  q
of same produced    northerly to     Timber  Berth   No & i        ag      Tenderers musi   furnish    plans   ol
rest eif T  i.   No   7941, thence   Timbei  Berth 298    Block 2;    on the ihe north-east  q   ��� I     ot Section 15 the boilers and engines offered, and
hains  sontb, 40  noi           Timhet Berth  264 Block  2 and  that  portion ot    tbe north-wesl stat*    the es lie*      possible time in
poim   a  .     - :, ���   .      and on thesouth by quarter of Sev: on n nol covered hj which  thee   will   agree to mak<
. .   containing Timber Berth 47:   (being appro     i delivery.
  ��� ������ of 7..  ...    s, more oi '.ess. teij  the noi           chains in Town-      Si lars i   tenders for tbe th'rei    i
- isl   160 ,
 - D ���..'.
um No. 4
nosl
i west <     .                        3.���Commen   ...   i   thi south ship 5, Range  27   Wesl  ol   the   6th tides   vi2   engine, boiler and derricli
i Xo, 42, I          -        ilns wesi        -.    . irnei          Tlmb<      Berth  29S Meridian, contatning an   area  ol 304 will   be received,  and   separate ten-
ilns soul ...  .- , ,-    ifio  Bloc , - tbence n i tb    .-      ��� a1 righ, acres, more oi ders to the se   "    i   ���   for all
���   :-                                    ���. . ������             sto the   easterly  boundars    of      The berth mus: be  su veyed within together.
298 Block2, 2 miles   thence one yea. after the date ol the notice A" acci    i i cheque on a cha::.
..... No   (4         .   . :.   ng at posl   ������         ���   ���                  ::':   angles ..    ast awarding the berth. Canadian  bank  equal   to  20$   of the
I at tl                   -     orner of  course  54 chains; thence south west-      The regulations  under which a li- whole amount of the tender mast ac
:. N     I    thence li       i is west,            -; ���'��� angles tolas   course, 2 ens.   will be    issued,   also   printed eompany each tender.      The  cheque
iins soui     l     ...         ist, 160   miles to easterlj     io i       ol   said forms of tender and envelope, may be accompanying    the   tender   accepted
ains   ..   ���:.  :                       nrnence-   Berth ..-x Block 2     i d     south-east- obtained at this Depa   ment oi at the wil1 he forfeited if the party tend
en.  a mg said boundary to place oi office of the Crown Timber A.gen1 al i,1i: declines to enter into a contracl
. ......   excluding    therefrom   any Nev, Westminster, ::   ," or fai'!: to complete    the work  con>
.'.    on oi   Timber Be   :.   30S, which      Each tender    ���  -    be accompanied traded for, and each cheque will be
migl    tall vi thin the same, containing by an accepted cheque .in a chartered returned Immedtatelj  in ease of non-
o 864 a     -   m       i   li ss bank in favom  of the Deputj ol Hie acceptance ol a tender.
an I em       ���   may be
' ���'���'
A.g<:.: Claim No. 4! .   Ing al  the
t, No,  44,
��� :. ��� ... anie        ence   40   chi -      161   cbains
...       ith. 4    > east, tains north
���     . Di     ���      f   " ���   :'" Ioint  ot commi nei m< nt
::.-������ ��� ,    :        ... Claim N     1      .   -       .      I at the
publication ol
���-���:���::    will no; be
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
JE NOT '     "
made i     egistei   Floi ��� n i   M
... ���   In Fi ���   Simple
Sale Deed from Thi Cor-
i  Disti let of Burna
, .,. lng 'i-e
.   A. I).. 1902, ol all
th tt   certain   pare-, I     it
- ' ��� ��� misi 9    si  iati
- ag in the Disl     I   if Ni w
a the i'e". in ���   of 1
more     par Icula
Ibed as su1' ii e
. . Ihislon ' A" eif lot -���'.
el ; ou are hen   .
���   the   cl lims   of  th
thin   torty-five   la  -
the first  publi ati n
. rwise l shall regis-
Mary Eveleigh as owner
And   1  heteby  direct
ol this notice for thlr-
.  ni �� spa ei     iiibll
tmlnster will be good
��� ���: vice thei eof.
.   Land Ri glstry Office,
ti r, Province ol British
I 25th daj ol April. A   ii.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
ne.   Esp.
. served with this notice.
ilmlug through or un ler
persons claiming any
lid land by virtue ol
ed  Instrument, and all
ng anj   Interest in the
descent, whose title Is
i red   under  the  provisions
nd Registry  Act." shall lee
,'ii and debarred from
claim to or in respect
1 nd bo sold for taxe's b
lhe "Land Registry Act"
NOTICE,
"���ie thai    thirty elays alter
I i" in tke application to
'   !nm!8sl mer ol Lands and
i license to cul and car
from the following d  -
cribed :    :
.  - n hi< h the
���   . ..  "... ������:.-���
tender n
epted
No : telegraph will be et
,:ned
PI   ;..i;v G   KEYES,
Si   :��� tarj
Department of th- inter:
__  wi -:     irm      :  .   .ation No. 42
ence $ wes      12
iins
.. .. .....    :    a point
: rand i     ol  Timber
Berth     i2 Block 1,   5 chains    south-
; .. -   easte        from   the   noi th ��� .-:   corner
Minister e,f the Interior, tor the am-      T,1<1 Department  does nol  bted It-
ounl ol thi   ic   is  �� ��� ���'. the applicant   solf to accepl the lowest or anv
is prepared to a license.
lalns eas          , ... as   south    to
point  ol commi r. ��� mi
Claim No. 47.���P >s ii   la
w ��� -���       :   r i No. 44,'
theni e 40 chains    wesl 160    cha na
north                .-      ���- chains
-   .-           iinl ��� .. nl
Claim   No.   -iv - Pos inted a iout
���.    ��� -   :.   ��� ���    if 1 nori     wes
. orner ol T. L. Xo. 794     thence 160
���                                        i  wesl    Ifl       iins soul       160
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe .     LSti m0! ...    t0   :.w.r.
mmlssioner   ot   Dominion    Lands,   .                      river o\:o.  of com-
Depai mi n1 ol the luterioi. and mai It-   ;, , -
The hlghi s tender nol nec-
iph   V> Ul   be'   on
.. ice south-easterly  along essarily accepted
-..:   aste        eundai    y   ehalns.more No tendei
ess   to the    an - ���     in   said   easi tertained.
��f Tlmbe    Bi          '.   thence ���'   R         '    KEYES,
isterlj    it rlgl 5'es to last Seen:.-, ���
lowing  tbe boui larj  ef said Department of the Interlo
Termers for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Prov,nce of
Brit.sh Columba.
Berth 2, 40 lalns thenci north-
si pa ailed to first course so
.-. more or less, to correspond
* ::..���-.: ol .2 si cou - ��� - thence
south-v erl; paralled to second
, ��� ch ilns, ' i   poinl eif corn-
Ottawa   Mai     ' ;.e. 1907
LANO   REGISTRY    ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been ma le to register Francis C.
r. .. - ng  in area of fiCe1  Honour as 1 is   >wne    In  fee simple.
.  .     . ;,:.:���    for Tlm-
Bi   th   No, Mv    wil eived
.... :     intll    12 o'i
:  . en  on Wedn,- ia;    the 24th daj   ol
. 1907, for  i license to        timbei
:: B< rth   Xo   518,  i   i   ������ sin .    lan Is
te In tbe Pro> in e ol B iti h Col
t0 thi   wesi   if i   eha     Cr ek
> ioilows
B<     ���    N      51S,    (   111    :-::'-
���   ���   tion of Sectl   i 29 1   n:   n irth
......   Be 'th -      ind :���;������   . 01    in
Sect! ���:.   12   " il sid    Timbi i   ;���
. 14 an 1 sai 1 Berth :��� '. In Towi
I. Range 30, Wesl ol the 6th Mi
ilso the north h tll      I the south -
quarter of Section 26, the north
m i   the  south-wesl   quarti r    Si i tion
tli ��� north
I
ie east hai Sei tion J-
hal Se i tion 32, Sections
.,-    ���:, ,-,��� portions of Sectin   - ���: ��� and
,     - | p. Timber Berths 2S0, 261
272, ���:   Township I, Range t, Wes! ot
ti.. 7th  Meridian;   ila    Sections 3, I,
. i:.;, haif nn ; south-east quar-
:, .��� g,   tlon 6, Sections 7. S, the n
:, i|   un ! th   si v i ���'   il quarter Si c
��� ��� ,,, ���,. the south-easl qu irti ��� Sedi m
: ,. the - ��� ith hall Section 16, the Bouth
tti : ���:..' north wesl quarter Sec
the north ball and south i isl
ge, Hon 18, tbe Bouth halt and
qu met Section    19,   and
portions eef   Sections I, 2,   the
.... ; gei tl ui  11, and Si , Hon  12,
of   Timber Borths 272 and 302,
Range I, West ol the
tla,   Section  12, the
half section 21, and the south-
,    ua   ,, section 25, Township 5,
w, ,, 0f   the Tth Meridian,
i of   li),025   ucres,
Cla m No. 49.���Pos
north   west   con   r    of L   T.e; .
���   160 chains    w   -'.    10    chains
south,   I 10  chaii >  eas       10    chain
. ���       iinl   >' ncement.
Claim   No. afl    Post     lante I abo
i cha    -   i   -'   >f the north eas   cor-
o(  '. >i ati in  N >.    4v   thence    s l
idi.iins west, SO i    ilns north, SO
east   SO chain   sou'
menci :.' nt.
Clal ii N'o. 51     "  -       inted al
- mth wesl corner ot T. L. No,  7941
i  chains   west,     10    i    i
north, 160     i     -    east,     10    i
encent nl.
Claim   Ne.  52    P isl   : lante I  n
ilns wes e south east co
iei   ��� '   T    I.   No   7943,   th ni e
'  cl    ns    west,  i ns    louth,    160
10 i      ns north to polnl
o   , >..:;:��� ncement
I. -��� ,������>;   M i     3,   190T
Locato ���
WILLIAM MO ID^ .
FRANK VANDALL.
\;,i". F  VANDALL.
ni : e or ies.
immen    ig at a p lnl on
easterl;   shore of < beh ilis Lake,
southerlj    fr ��m   noi therlj
end ot    said  i.e.<\    theni e southerlj
.i on : sai i easl -'. n e of lake, 2V4
miles tn direel      stance, with a depth
il .    ���   atu -   ��������� said ea il shore meas
unde",- a tas sale deed from the Mayor
and Treasun if the vy ol New
Westminster, ta Francis C. Honour,
bearing date the 2n I daj ot Octol. i
\   D   1903    of all and singular that ' Princess May.v
certain  parcel  o        cl   ol    land  andl1 ;' ���
premises situate, lying and  being ln
'-.,  i"it\  of New Westminster, In the
Newspapers  Inserting   this   adve
tsement   without authority from  the
Department will nut be paiei.
F.   (.OVHllKVl
Deputj   Minister  of   Marine  anei
Fisheries
Ottawa. Canada. 28th  May, 1907.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast  Lln*
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
i&abjeci lo change withoul n- ice
Steamer,
Fi im ess Beatrice
tred a     igi ;les      ��� the general Province ol  British  Columbia,  more
.   ..���   ii  .aid easterl    shore ot lake particular^   known   ind  described as
.. , mtalntng an area Subdivisions    '. 18, 19, of Lot 8, sub-
1,34    , no     ir less
noiice,
Fl anei
NOTICE.
tlon it.
tuarter
.   h-wesl
tho
e:
n ��� :
:u T iwnshlp '
rth  Meridian;
The berth mu -   be su vej"ed wiili
i   . te   j-, .i    ifte       ���   I ite ol the no-
:.. e  :,o irdln t  the berth,
The   ��� ������. ���   ��� .'a> under which a 11-
vill be     - me I,   al io    pi Inted
��� ti.       en ler an l en\ el >pe, maj be
lined al this Departmenl or al the  '
i ���: ������ of the Crown Timber Agenl al
Ne  .   w ������ it min   , ". B. C.
E ii h  te -e ler musl   be accompanied
j   .:, ited i heque in a chartered
��� mk In favoui of the Deputj of iho
Minister ol the Interior, tor the am,
,ir.n!  ol   the bonus which the appll-
anl Is   repa ed to paj tor a license.
\,i tendi ��� bj  telegtaph wlll be en-
ie riaine'.l.   The hlghesl or anj tender
nol ue.,"- larllj  accepted,
PERLEY  G   KEYES,
Se, re'ary.
Depai tmenl ot the Interl ir,
ii- i�� i, April 24th, 1907,
urban block 9,
You and ei;ie'ii of you are required to
Pi im oss Mav ....
PrlnceBs Beatrice
Princess Maj .
Princess Beatrice
Princess Men
Princess Beatrice
Leaves \ ancouver.
... July i\ il p. m.
. .Julj  12, 11 p. m.
. .duly 19, 11 p. ni.
.. .July 26, 11 p. m.
. \ua. 2, 11 p. in.
. Aii;;. 9, 11 p. in.
V,;.. 16, li p. ni.
. . . V.ia. 23, 11 p.m.
..Ann    30,   11   p. in.
YANVorVER VICTOR! V  ROI   Pi
contest   iho   claim   of   the   ta\  pur-   S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vatttou
chaser within forty-five days trom the   vet, i p.m. dail;
date nf the ttrsl   publication of this
Leaves Victoria daily at l a.m.
VIOiORtA si:\ it, E ROtl IK.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Leaves Victoria dailj I've*;,: Mni'.ay
at 8:30.
VICTOKIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTC.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Vli toria   oh   Tuesdaj   and
Frielay at 7 a.m.. and leaves Neu Wi !l
day of March,  miMtei on Wednesday and Baturdaj
ttangi
containing an
more or le
The berth inn i ' ������ surveyi
one year after th
tv ardlug il"1' i,"!'llL
The regulations unde
ense will   be   Issued,
���: inns ol tender
XOT1 I   '' ���'       given that .10
daj _ aftei dal ���. v e   nl md to a ip i to
the  Hon     Chief    C immlssl mer    ol
Lands   and   Works    for    a    special
I;,.,.,;   i to     it and  carry  av, i;   tim
ber   from    the    following
lands, situ ited  ;,i the  coasl  district:
Beginning   tl   n   posl   pi inted   head
;,;���   .,,,  jouth  -; :������   if Broughton   SVprl    tor a I cense I i cul and cam
;    md abou   one  isl ol Bo kei    i�� 0  timber trom the following des.
Ugoon, thence north   I I chains, west   cribed  I ind ���
sn i hair i, north 80 i bains, ea H
described      Tak
NOTICE.
i itii e that, thirty days atfet
late i Ini nd to make application to
he chief Commissi met ol Lands and
wilhin
late ol the notice
Mil
'0,  i
ommencing at a pos! pi mt-
weBi side of Twenty-Five
'iul marked dames Sharpe,
Hie.
i 30 chains; th.
i,:'       ���ce north 80 cha
ee,   ���
meni
which  a  II-
ilso  printed
in i envelope, may be
mtainednl this Depattmenl oral the
office ol the Crown Timber Agenl al
New Westminster, B. C.
,-;,,, tender musi  be accompanied
pted cheque on a charioted
an acci
bank In
favour of the Deputy
thence 40 chains wesl;
nce cast 80
hains; thence
: "us, to point of commence-   Mlnlsti
ount ol the '."ui
unmencing    at    a    p >-'   is nrepared to pay
James     ^highest ot any tendet not nee
wesi   l" essatlly accepted,
No tenderl '- will be r/n
tertained, ......m
PERLEY O. KEYES,
S-��c:etary.
iltuatod  in  N.".'.  Wesl
in minster district.
in     i.   Commem Ing at n   post  aoi   on
IU the south bank ot Cypress creek aboul
lie   thn e and  a  half  miles  Wesl   from  SU-
.,.,��� , ., ,. thi nce notth eighty ehains,
,., ii eight) chains, south eighty
chains, and wesl eighty chnins to
polnl nf commencemenl
2. Commencing al i posl set close
foreshore leases. to No.  i stake, thettoe north eighty
Notice is herebj given that, 60 daya^chalns,   west ^ eighty   chains,   south
date, i intend  to apply to the    Ighty cliains."and easl eighty chains
otherwise    l    shall    register
(���   Honour a;  ow ner thereof
And l din cl  thai publication
this notice In a    lallj  newspaper
published   In    New   W'estmlnBtet  for
thlrtj da. -: shall ' i   good and Bufflcl-
enl  se: > Ice ' e eof
Dated al  the l an I  Registrj  Offlce,
New   Westminster,  Province of British Columbia
A. IV 1907
C   s   KEITH,
District Registrar
!., e ���,.,.. '.,��� \v. .i , i le ��� -������   i: ��� i
Ail pel sons set ved with 'bis notice,
,u\i those claiming through or undet
them, and all pei ion i i laimlng any
Intetest in the sold land by virtue- of
any unregistered Instrument, and all
persons claiming anj Interesl in the
inld land I de icent, w bote title la
not registered undet the provisions ot
the "Land Reglstty Act," shall be
forever e itopps I and debarred from
setting up anj > laim to or iu respeel
of the said land so sold lot taxes
is provided by the ' Land Reglstty
Aoi "
.'halns, Bouth    10    chains,   eas'
, hnlns, south    iO    < halns,    ens'
i h iins,    -e mth   10  i li Jns,    wesl
��� halns to point   it i immencement,
THE   M'LAUGHLIN   LUMBER   CO.
I.ii��
Venn ev:. is. C,  May 27,  1907.
I'I Hi
AI.AetM   BOXEB.
If!   'I'
Hon.  Chief  Coramlsslonet  ol   Lands ti  point of commencement,
'���
of the
, mtetlot, tot i'"' am-
, Which the applicant
for o license
of
mile     south
JJ*r,)l       ''   I  post;    thenc
': ���;"" south80 chains; thence
chains;     thence   north   so
'��� nce   west   40   chains, to
'"nut nf
ommencement.
JAMES SHARPS.
Departmenl ol the Interior.
,n i (Votks ;'";':i :''''' "r lh" toteshore
right for booming and milling pur-
po es, comprising the whole ot a bay,
given the nai if Independent Buy.
s tuated about two miles south of the
nottb end ol Costl Island, on the east
,;,,,���. of Kltlmat Arm. and  abOUt two
miles south from  Kildala Ann.
Located April Bth, 1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY,   locator.
FRANK VANDALL, Agent.
Commencing at a post set clone
tb No, i stake, thenee west eighty
ehains, Bonth forty chains, east one
hundred ami Sixty chains, north forty
Chains and weat eighty chains to point
of commencement,
I. Commencing at a post set on the
railway belt line, d'st.ant about. Blx
miles north of the north shore of
Harrison   lai<<?,  thence   west   eighty
tl; ,.   north   eighty   chains,   east)
Following la the location and bum
in,i of the lire il arm bos es In the city;
D���Asyium.
i;   Royal City Mills,
7���Catnarvon and Tenth,
S���Royal avenue' and  Eighth,
ti���-Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12 St,  Mary's Hospital,
13 Second and Pari. Row.
it���Columbia  and  Dufletin,
15���Sapperton.
2i!��� Queen's  uvenun ami   Sixth.
21��� rd avenue and Second,
25���Fifth avenue and Fourth.
26���Firth avenue and Eighth.
27���Thinl avenue and Tenth.
r,2���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
flfi���C. P. R.  Station.
42���Small  and  Auckland   Mills.
at   7 nin.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
8. S. .loan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen   City.
Leaves Victoria al n p.m. on 1st,
7th, and i itii each month tor Clayoquot; leaves Victoria <m 20tb fur
Quatslmi and w ay points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Min
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
end Friday hi '.! p.m. and Batur 11 ,���
���it 2 p. m. with ad ii' lon ii trip on Hon
day ai  5 a. in
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tue.-nlay,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 i m.i Friday at <>' a. m. additional
'rip Satutday r> p. m,
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
8. 8. Beaver
Leaves New W'estnilnster, S a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays nnd Fridays,
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. rn. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday*, calling at
landings between New Westminster
nd Chiiliwack
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at s p.m. 2nd
mil 10th of each month, celling nt
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Cools
on second trip. Time on arrival and
leparture  are  approximate.
For   reservations   and   information
"all or address
ED. GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE.
<\Mt. Oen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.   ' THE  DAILY  NEWS
���
,
-.
SPECIALS
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS  FRUITS ~ Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
ADDITIONAL WL NEWS.
WE��NeSDAY.
JULY,
V>>::o:<o:o:<<<cC'��>>:o:o>>>;^i
5 KI
Here's Your Chance
Three-fifths acres on the upper side of Sixth Ave.
between Moody Square and the 12th street tram
line; streets on three sides.
PRICE $1 500 ON TERMS.
This lot, long desired by many investors, has just
come into the market. It has a beautiful situation, with a frontage of 99 ft. on the avenue. Jt
lends itself to profitable subdivision. Don't delay
if you wish to own it.
-Mrs. .). B. Insley, who returned on
.Mun,lay from a trip to Seattle, experienced a severe shaking up on tier
way home by being caught in a wreck
of the train in which she was travelling. She escaped with nothing more
serious than bruises, although seveta
of the passengers about her were quite
badly injured.
Yesterday evening.( at    Chiiliwack,
the Rev. Mr. Douglas, late of Trail,
was  formally  Installed  as pastor <>f ,<���'
i -j
Cook's Presbyterian church, the Rev. ��
I
J. S. Henderson presiding.   The Rev. ��� ���������
W.   Reid,  of  Port   Hnney. addressed
��� the new incumbent, the Rev.   .).   A.
! Logan, of Eburne, addressed the people while  the  Rev.   C. .McDermot.  of
Mission, 'delivered an eloquent sermon.
*
���
��
ft
We have just opened up a nice
line of ALUMINUM GOODS,
including���
All the city jewelers will this mor
ing affix their signatures to a document whereby they eagree to close
their establishments every Saturday
afternoon from two o'clock until six.
This move has been under discussion
for some time, and, as ali the dealers
in gold and precious stones are agreeable, a Start under the shorter day
system will be made on Saturday of
this week.
n | Preserving Kettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc., Etc. |
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE.- FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, H WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
SUMMER   IS    HERE !
Keep out those Bluebottles
Fool those Mosquitos
by fixing up our
Screen Doors ana
Screen  Windows
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
OT Agents  for   "KLEENO" TH
Good progress is being made on
the construction of the Butterfleld &
Mackie wharf, which is being erected
on water lot 5(1, across from the
Schaake machine works. Mr. Miackie
expects to have the building ready for
occupancy within the next two weeks.
The wharf will extend the full length
of the lot, and on it will be erected
a spacious building which will be
used as a fish house for cleaning,
smoking, packing, etc.
instruction's were issued at a spe.
cial meeting of the board of managers of Queen's Avenue .Methodist
church for the immediate commencement of building operations on the
new wing to the church, which will
be used for a Sunday school building.
The wing will cost about $2,500. nnd
will be constructed by day labor, under the supervision of Messrs. .Marshall & Bowell. Building will be
commence,! during the present week.
A joint meeting of the two locil
Orange Lodges \o. 150 and 1593 was
held last evening in the Orange hill,
on Royal avenue, where a n'.imber oi
members, probably a dozen, were admitted to the R->yal Arch degree...
About one hundred members of the
two lodges turned out to take part in
or witness the cert.ii.ony. A part of
the evening was also taken up with;
arrangements fcr the celebration on
the Twelfth.
Several members of the New Westminster County Orange lodge went out
to Port Moody on Monday evening to
take part iu the ceremony i.icielent to
the conferring of Royal Arch degrees
on several members of the Port
Moody lodge. Among those who visited the lung on the south arm of j
the inlet were County Master Dunlop,
Cbunty Secretary Cookv County
Treasurer Hargreaves, and Lecturer
R. Stoney, of Lodge No. 1593. The
degree was conferred on three members and after the conclusion of the
ceremony, a supper was served bj the
Port Moody lodge members, The
trip, the pleasant n ception, ami the
recherche supper, afforded the visitors
I a full share of enjoym* nt.
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Tissue Paper
Paper Napkins
Chinese Lanterns
ans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives
-AT-
J.J. MACKAY & COS
BOOKSELLERS       STATIONERS
and NEWS DEALERS
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| Electric Railway Service |
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:60 a, in. to 11:,'io
p. m.
City Limits Line���Service from
6:16  a.  m.  to li   p. m.
20 Minute Service���So transfer.
Between 11! nnd 2 ami ii nnd V.
30 Minute Service��� During remainder of day. Transfer Rl
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be-
tween 8 a.m. nnd II p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from 6.25 a.
m to li p.m., except between
12 ami _.', and 5 and 7, during
which hours Ihe service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service hair-hourly between 8.30 ee iii. and 11 p.m.
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT COT, Ltd.
Paid up Capital. S100. 000
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
**" Real estate agreements of
sale purchased on short notice
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., im.
UI.ACKIK HI.OitK
t British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
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F. J. HAST,
Manager
i These poods are giving
splendid satisfaction, and we
recommend  them.
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IT'S  THE
LITTLE THINGS
M, forgotten, make fife
miserable when camping
LIME JUICE for the thirsty
LEMONADE
TOOTH POWDER for
cleanliness
SOAP for cleanliness
SPIRIT KETTLES for
speedily making hot water
HAIR BRUSHES
POCKET   CORKSCREWS
Etc.,  Etc.
To those who cannot swim ���Our
Water Wings will support a
person weighing 251) llis. as easily as
a boy of 60 lbs. By the use of them
you can get twice as much fun out
of your morning dip.
Sec Our Window For Camping
Requisites
T. A.
THE DRUGGIST
MUIR
���   Columbia Sf.
New Stock Patterns
- OF
AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot, of lovely things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding gifts.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office 'Phone 185.      Burn 'rnone 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered
part cf the city,
promptly  to %ny
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| Light and Heavy f faulini
Office���Tram Depot
OF
WASH Slds
AND SHIRTS
���r THIS WEErI
| ANDERSON I
I & LUSBY |
a k
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and figured
chamhray, pique, crash and ginghams.    These gooi    ire ;i]|
vvashrlng and you will find them Indespeaslble to
lie material of these' garments comprise whit. ,
" iw\
i'Tlett
���'""'���" ''"mfortft,
summer wear.   Our prices are s o reasonable thai anvone ear, ... 1
io purchase,
U'liic and Colored Summer Blouses are a^so oul I  ,   week for   I
.Mictions.   All this season's designs with either Ion) . ��� ,
We show our line worth up to  $1.26 ami $1.50, to cle       ' $100   n
Another line worth 76c, to clear at	
JAPANESE SILK PETER PAN WAISTS.
These W&lsts are made In Japan and have embroidered fronti      I
eel in silk.   Thev are something entirely new and are sure in ��l I
'" ,'iira_t,l
A1    J2.5.I
Remnants of all kinds are t > be placed on our co ��� \ye ������   I
some hundreds of remnants which are all marki : .���
for sjiee jy clearance,   This wei k only.
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W.S. COLLISTER &C
o.
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
SEE OUR WINDOW
FOR OUR GREAT DISPLAY
OF DOLLAR WATCHES
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W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELER
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Established 1887
Incorporated lfli'C
Gilley Bros.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
WELLINGTON  WASHED  NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND  FORGE  COAL.
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CEMENT.
This celebrated Cement is
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
ROSEDANK  LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE
NEW  BRUNSWICK  PLASTER
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
and
MANTEL ���
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'rom the Clayburn Clay U ���
FIRE     CLAY
BRICK.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
DIlfRWARE
JUST OPENED
X Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence 122 j
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B U L/L. E T I N *���"%
Great Northern Railway
$17.40   Spokane   and   return.       Account
Baptist Young People's  Jnion.    Tickets on sale
July 2 and ii, return limit July 10.
Fare and One-third for round trip to local
points in Washington on account of Fourth of July.
Tickets on sale July ,'���! and 4, return limit July 6.
$5.55 Seattle and return. Account Twenty-
third International Christian Endeavor Convention.
Tickets on sale July 8 and j), return limit July 23.
Low round trip rates to all Eastern
points. Tickets on sale July .'i, ���! and 5; Aug.
8, 9 and 10; Sept. 11, 12 and 13; return limit 90
days. St. Paul $60, Chicago $71.50, St. Louis $67.60,
Winnipeg $60. New York $107.60.
l-'or rates to other points and all information,
call on or address
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bldg".
Telephone 194

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