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 ftite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
CM* St. PI"��� &
Toi";"MF. 2, NUMBER I.M.
*****
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C., TIESDAY MORNING, JULY ft.
m SUGHT
ij COUNCIL MEETINb
[, ... Members Absent���Sit-
; tjng- Short and But Little
i ine.
i f)*i"
q =T-
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
$* /IS PER WEEK
&_t-
:. . ��� L r      '���     -. r ,-
Local   Owls
Greet  Big  Wisdom
This Evei
Bird
The first official i an
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t<   Ioca .' v , ���      .
.,..���''���:... esti
i tei   mi tnbe I hi m v*
:    . ii ihe Eagles' hi 1
BLUE PRINT SHOWS
TRAM LINE ROUTT
CANNING   CHERRIES.
Fruit   Cannery   Puts   up
Every  Day
200   Gallons
DEATH (MS TWO
PIONEER MTIERS
WATER  FOR  DISTILLERY.
Special   Pipe   Being   Laid   to    Factory
This Week.
The New Westminstir Fruit Pack-1                    "  Tie city   force working under the
ing ce mpanj  ie- doing   a tremendom direction   of   Water   Superintend* i
Vancouver and   Lulu   Island   bU8ines_   iie   paoklng   cherries,   which  Alex. Ewen   and   Frederick Stott will commence tomorrow laying
is om .if all comparison to the amount
Railway Road Defined���
Council to Approve Plan.
!   ���������     tl :.
e
���
mcil   i''    theii    reguh
. uinf   was   waits
assistant    !������< ni 11
��� c   Blectrli   rs
ink)  .   tie:.:   I :��� 01
ii   dale  lit-  p ibe
.   .   i is compan: i     -1
��� rei"   bul ow .i.
.  oi  Ki ���������    .ie
. Qra;
.....    a was al<
��� :,. :���.,; Muiie.- er Spi
thai hit com.) u
i   all details pert!  i  nt
ft'estminstei    I   .
..   ... ted ;e> s..-:   .
. - ...--e' laid on thi
. ��� i    p at a futuri   mei:.:..
leath    oi saction of business,
uii tie consequent aba nei ���'..-..-
.   n
'��� -   ���
���
... ne ovi
'���vi
___________________________________________________________
.     , ���        .    .   :���
ler of Owls
: .. .   ���
be
;..,....       one e
lie 200 members in this i
meet
���.  ...        r th��   iei
tins
idge last evei ~  ���    ���
: :.���" ViS
; hr:-e-9_______________H^H
i lal  ���:. . mation  In  thi   fo *   ���
"   prin .. i   routi   nf the pro-
���' ������ ��� El     ni    n in  Him
' �� rew  vei t the . tj hall yestt rda;
���   ���    E    ��� BSltf        bo] .
������'   toi   tbe I P. K.. :,i.e:  wm -.nol I
"'   'I"   ci eu    even ng  for ap
of thi.; class ol fruil pul up ins' yeai
Mi (esi ; han 30,000 pounds o i he lei
le'.vr : ; 'gadj been oanneJ ami mo e
consignments will arrive within the
nexl few ,iays from Chiiliwack and
oihei ap river points, Managei Haigh
en iiuet since commencing ihe see
son's work lasi Tuesday, he tins can
ned about 1200 gallons of cherries a
'.��� II] keep thai ratio up until   '"''"L '���   '
the su) nn-   .'ne    which   will   b<   ��houl   ten  i clock    In    thi    evening,
.'eier.iit   ten days  hence     This   Ie con    Frede  ck Eichofl passed awaj  a
was   aeoompanie     siderei     ihonomenal   In   \riew   o1   thi   residenci    Carnarvon    Btreet ���  ���
fad  toat   noi  more than 200 gallon*   t����o mei   ���   i ei   port of thi .   ������
ol cherries wen  canned by the com-   diminished bam  ol those Win  b
���   com prove   i      :������   plan    at   pany last your. here in tii ver; i u ydays   n    blazed
soon iis   ������"���- . ���     The writi    offere        Mr,   Halgh has ee  buyei     travelling^ ror others foi   ������-���    and
to furnisl furthi      Information, through   the  fruit   district    who has'
:  II I	
etter whiel    was  to  the effect
il II" '" " eue anxious bo bav,
Eickhoff Passed AwayYes- r'ir*��'for 1hf' new ma!n whlch is bein8
���e ���_-.   ,.   -it n t- constructed dl reel  from tin   reservoii
lerdav���Both Well Known   - .   ,, .    .
to the it. i . dletille     toi the sole use
of the company.    Work    was    com
menced on tb<  tn nch a f< w de ��� - age
nnd Mr. Stott t\| e- in have the entire  main  Laid within   the  nexl    n-n
days
I'p In Iiii   ,:���.���-. e.     i le.   dlsi    '���   ���   bi -
'������ I Ik   obtained ns wa er i uppl; i
the big ni ri i ti  which passes  neaT the
lllery on Its wa\ from Lata Ci
quitl&m t.e the reservoir. This method
wat found to b< injurious to the syB-
tem in view of the facl that, WhiH
the distiller; weas drawing water, the
flow to the reservoir was chee ked
Two pionei -   ���    Ni v    ' ��������� tminstei
passed awaj   yesterdaj   within a few
hours oi   each  othei   death i b di nj
Alex. Ewen, the well known oanm
afternoon,
i. the oonncil mighl require.
According to thi   plan, which   <������
C.  P.  R. i iicineer.  thi
mence where- the jwes
ent C. P. R. track ends on Fourtei i
been successful
i   in the prosperity of the conn- j
^M get ting    all     t'.e'tVy,
fruit   which  they  can handle  a!   fivi       p0]   j.eart     \ exander    filwen    and
 md for firsl class stock anei   Frt..,   . ,   : ..   .     conducted theii    ���
four and  four and  a hair for   otheri spective businesses wiihin a few    ������
varieties.    The only trouble connected
of  each   other,  Mr. Kwen   having    a
streel   .near th<  Independent Shingle  with the business, reports Mr, Haigh,   cannery on t'i i   - te now occupied bj
tiittees
���   an : Gre;   who are
���   ���      ���       . . :.
��� - -   ��:es     transa   ��� .
communications
.  the   vari i is   con ���
��� Jt  wiih.    Ann ng tin
ommui ��� ��� were the follow inj
ade b;
El   ::..    loci    Salvation
��� use  'i Q ieen s pari
���    :���������:    -   thl    an-
Ital Si   ���     :. Armj  picnic    Pern  -
granted.
Mes ��� rfleld,   Mackie  i   C i
| . .in   of  iheir   proposed
pharf e. ot 56   foi  thi   c ��in-
The Brm also a]
|e jtrii. laj bui! ling mati
\. ��� ��� ��� neai thi  seem of t b<
\  ��� ��� k :i(.n.
b- works  will taki   lhi
latter unde:   consideration   and
: ' ���
DISTILLERY TO (LOSE
EOR SUMMER MONTHS
During Close Time. Improvements Will Be Made to Joy
Juice Factory.
��� - irt of the slaughti i -
���'������'   B. C. distill!      wil] ran through
the last vat of mas    todaj   an I will at
���' '   ':     of the wei     shut down thi
���    two moat
erated i      .  days on
ly nt a dii :-��� -    ,
Ing   ip Three years ago, the
ij ol '���        dogs,   a   deed  for  which   in.:.; havi   mi ���   i     f clos ng
e, was ������ ��� ��� Ived from   lown foi about :��� nths di    agi
���ound Keeper Batt    The assumption   warmes    pa I       ..���   season,
was   thai   thi   unfor-       During the months or J ti    ai .  Vug-
lacked   the  magic  plea    ���"'       numb*    ol i mtem   ated   addi-
h costs the s un of one j tions to tae e        ���        will
ooiiai - bi   report  stati     that.l eted   and everyU ���.. .-   put iu
���M tags I       Ieen issued to dale. The   readiness on    Se
company's plant, and    will    run    up
Fourteenth    streel  a shon    e'.istanc'
and will then    curve   across    Helta.
-:' Welland and  Huron    streets,   thence
cross   .        .���'...'    r, urth aven ������
,-���       Fifteenth   -    eenth   Eighti   .. b  and
Twentieth  si *i s     In its course the
road will run a short distance alone
Fifth e.venue, near Kighleenth street.
From   the   commencement near    the
foot of Fourteenth street the road will
follow   the contour of  the  slope  fib
Bom<   distance an.l will strike the w,.
terfront in the vicinity of Ninette.it li
eet from which point it will follow
alone   lhe   wati     '. or    a   distance    ol
"    half a mile wes: ,-: thi (Hty Hm
its    From the point, where the route
leaves the river, it will follow almos:
uninterruptedly  the elevation all the
v.a>  tn Eburne.
Tbe road wi    11  kn iwn as th< Vate
couver & Lulu Islantl railway.   It .ylii
1   the^ ,h(J -\vinds,     I i   i     while Mr
M'Oiii fifty all told ari  now   conducted
employ<     there, and alm.es; as many'
more  c nild   be  pul   to work  if    they
could be secured.
Boy Killed in Vancouver.
A small boy w ie killed on Hastings
se rei;. Vancouvi i. late yesterdaj ev< -
ning by being run over bj a tram c< r.
The boj is s-;,.,', to have attempted ti
pass in from oi two e-ars. which Were
coming towards each other on dit-
terenl tracks, near the Woodward De*
partmental ston and was caught by
��� ��� of them before he was able to
tret tlear of th.   rails.
ESCAPED LUNATIC
CAUGHT ON ISLAND
Probationer Who Fled From
^^^^^^^^^^Bckoff
a   gem i..   Btore   .n  Fi  ���
-   . ���:..)! the reai ol the premtses>now
occupied bj   the Frasi i    hotel.    The
two men were constan; companions   i
the early  days,  arid  iheir    friend'
only Increased with y'-nr'
Frederick  Eickhoff.
Frederick Eickhoff was in hit si
enty-flftib   year at   the  time  of    I L
eleaih, and bad been a resident of this ________^_____________________________l___________._____-_______-________________________l
province foi ovei hall ia century, com- 	
ing here whin only a young man of
about twenty, anei castins his ioi with Baseball   Boys   Prepare  to
DIAMOND DUSTERS
!   WANT SECOND TEAM
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   the then hamlet on the banks of the
Farm In Boat Captured at Krasf'   After working around    ��� ���
Old Home Near Nanaimo
for  some lime,  he opened    a   sm ill!
business in  Douglaa,    anel    rem
there for some lime, bin late;- renin-;
ed  to this  city,  where he opene.i    a ]
Organize Senior Nine In
City.
Plans for ih<= i -itanization of a eee-
:���. constructed by the ct P. R-. ami
iperated b> the B. C. Elecl it railwa;
comps li     ��� ase.
���   plan was referred to tbe finance
ttei   foi .  ���. porl
\!ti:    makini.  I   sensational   escape     	
,          v.                . ,                                 genera] merchandise establishment on     ���, ,..,.,, i,_,DaKcii tm���, t,-, .hi. ���in
from the  provincial  asvluni  probation   r^.                        ,         ,                                 on" RPn" '   ''��� "'���'           ,m ,n  '"ls clt)
front street,  where he remained un-I . 	
'.arm in .a small boat, an insane patient   til burnt out by the disastrous fire of ���"* bemg d,sc"ps*d m ba�� clrcles- an,i
DELEGATES LEAVE TO-DAY
FOR BIG CONVENTION
named   Brown,   accompanied   bj   an- imiv when hi   losi heavily, bis ste
othi      unatii    managed  to ��� ������mb   the dwellihgt.houaQ,    and    aaveval   ���  ;-
vigilance oi the police for twn weeks, building    own<-d   by  him    leeinj.    ������
dui ng   which   time a   strict   lookout Btroyed.
��a'-  i.i,:  for the fugitives, but with-       Since thi   j'eai  ol tbe bin fin    v'
oul   success      Yesterday,   information Eickhoff    bad    been    in    indlffi   enl
was received in ihiK city to the effeel health, bui it was onlj within the past
that ihe men had been discovered at few week!   thai his condition becami
it is likely lhat the organization w-ill
in effected v%i ��� '��� Ij DurlnS the
summer, a greal number of nftw ball
eiiibnsiasis arrived in the city to work
ami have identified themselves more
oi less with the baseball team The
manager h?.s tl    el   i   had an abun-
Ballanai   island,   near   Nanalmo,  and   serious, nnd  he gradually Bank until ] dance of pretty fair players to choose
that  th.   Chief of Provincial    Police j yesterday evening, when the end Game j fr00J in maklng  .  ,   . team, although
Stevenson, accompanied by Constable  quietly.   He was conscious to the last,
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\; se\. n >'. loi    this evening
delegates from N'i w   VV<       Insi       to
^*
I'liib^^^^^^^B''"1)"''s
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ound r�� b for thi ��r   I.     \   two-st  rj     - able  and
The   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
iference. -���-..-��� ,d win be com]	
ewners petlti esi        Id J11 the Union Steamship wharf, Van
: ��� n   sidewalk   on  the'are ol alon;
.   Btreet    ������   veen
I avenues    Thi    e1 '>      ���' ���������        i ���      ��� Ided to
.���   tbe ow ners thi  distillery w        thi in
��� i-ardlng  ��� i mences bushu riiis will bi
aud also  planting  the raising of cattl^.   It is we]] known
-,.  thi  si reet,   Thi  ���       ������'    ng stdck grain,
erred to thi "       "    ���
, |,, ��� ���   ������ .......       , ,        ,..,���
���  the  Fail v lew   Baptisi od thi tin      al plant
P. II. McEwen ��� I   will        <i;ilize<l for thai    , i posi     In
. H ��� ..'     i .e: ;.
ii" purp   ���
.'-  annual  picnic,
\   loiiK   row   ol   eattli   sheds
���   te !.  an
.liii^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hj sen   delegate!
Westminstei   Endenvorers    who    will
couver, accompanied bj   about  ninety!
delegates to tie monster mi ''i.e: ������ om
���  i   Tee-..     I citj   The loi al di legate -
will   leavi   N'ew   Westmlnstei   on   the
t'ivi   ocloi i  trai i,  and will  lie  bway
������.'in   tiie  city fa    i week, rein ning
..ii Tin k.i iy nexl
Mi mbi rs ol the SI   ^ndn w'b Pr< s-
'   lan, thi   Qui en's Av i nui   Metlt i-
list,   an i    the    Knee\    Presbyti  lan
i ���;,;��� ch i  '. .   Ious    will    attend,
w I'll"  lonn       tl     dhor churche    mny
Senile Of the  \   V.
Trawii id. had the two mi n undi i   iu
velllani i
Brown formerly lived al Ballanac
island, and the anthoi itiea i xpei te i
thai Booner or later he would return
then and consequeutlj kept a strict
wate i tl Is place', thi ir vigilance being final!) rewarded, Dr, Doherty informed the News last evening that
Brow 'i had been a patie-nt of the as>
luni at inti rmlttenl tntei vals for the
past  t ui   >. ars    He waa a '"������'-mh bs
j man,  otherwise    he would  nol  bene
been oul on the farm, only the mosl
trustworthy   patients   being   all-.wed
this liberty.   Brown is expecte I to re
tutn ��� ��� hi   .']el b
1 this week.
real star actors a ������ none too plentiful. ' *.,'   &*t4$0aV     Ji
ll i* e onsi ��� ��� ��� those wiita . ������
instigating the forming of inothei
team thai an thi asteball acme.';.
tion In the city  would be bette)   I
and dicel surrounded by several oi his
children.
Tin di ci asi d leaves behind him
four .ms and six daughters to mourn
his  Ioeb.    Hem 5    the  elJ< at   son
All    the    o1h.?r^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
: ��� ���     of thi   fait       ���   ld< 'he game ln many ways, and would,
city. Mrs. J. Lelshman and Mrs. H. H. also give th�� ojentlful crop of ball
Lennie are two married daughters, players a chance t'^ .show themselves.
iii. .'-ie. ' girls being Miss, s Bophle, The city has two l'ih,' pitchers
Irone, Hiltla ami t ��� iei n ee namelj Lewis and Sayce, and ^JUtough
boys, A.
pi s,   thi
ed to ' he i hal i man
Ittee
���  Bong "Brl Ish Vol in-
led  by K   w.   Holt bad been do-
neglo libra \
The sun:.',  wai
ago  bj  thi     I '���
lie  : citizen ol Ni w
���   - li rk uns instruct-
"    lhe   glfl    an l   - x-
��� the council    I
.   Who  now   : ���    Id       i '
managi m nl    ������   I
������ ,    -. ���     short).
. ni
���    :������ ll i '.
A li ied
which w ill
��� n
hum, ' wis works,
md Bi    na & Co   i     ��� d a t< ntion I i
lhe  i n of Tw treet  notu
orn rhli     . , ��� 'i i"    �� hich
In ..   i'    ;aci ' il
��� .       .   . tie
Stlllll]"        -'  ' U
.nley reiwrte i the i invention wh
 ,���.,���, ��� ,,, �� >,.,SHIP BUILDERS SECURE
"��;. b:iii.:\r::\    siteoiuuluisland
land, W. R< ; '   Mi     F, C   Mac lon il I,
Mrs   F  J   Sh lolson   M       E   K   Ble- !
wett,  Ml i   Mai  h  11   Ml     Mabel
Bowell,  ii-      VHcg Dean   Ml     r
Stott, Miss M  Johnson, Mi      ' Smll li,
II
le Hie
i ���   the city   uuncll bus not-.yi
, final        ul   lhal tho Cli ppi 11
VV., Waller anil Ernie, com-
ii maindi i .':  the famili.
Alexander Ewen.
Vlexi 'i i.    Ewi u, �� ho i assed I
greal beyond i ��� Bte rdaj afti nee. n, v a s
idquftrters Bomi time  one ol   the  :'   :   known men on  Ih
' oasl   hav Ing bi en a n sidenl oi   ������ n
 1 Westmlnstei    foi    aboul    rortj    I .-
years   coming  I ��� ". Scotland    Fi
time he  fished  on  lhi   FraBi i   i y- -
nd later esti       hed tin       it c nnei j
ill    .V -a    V. .      ���     ���      ��� I        .   tne      '
V. iiii Jami s v. li.'. now fisherli    gu
Jlan,    Th nn< rj   wi     on  lhi   sii
"In - hotel no
In later    ears, Mr,  Ewen i
ihe local catchers an  not of the '<' '
rank, there are several who can .-,!'. t*
a very good  g|une, and thes    w
naturally  Improve    with    the
practice thai would result from having
two teams in the field.
AMITY I (llllil IVSMS
mm up hi i hi hs
ough
Aid
Mi     \l   Ri      '    i:    il.  Cairns,   Mii
Cairns  and   Miss  Boll   MenzieB,    Mr.
nd M      Bi       ���',   I "  '    'in mn; ibe
Endei vi n 'be' trip and will lal i
In the -;
, |i ration
11    IgQ
In th
'be n |St,
|
���i.
:: : I    I
bill :t^_____e!
laho i   not   yel   Leeii  abli
com in< i
The.  matl eferred    to
:       1 .       orks to act.
Reports �� I      '   -:
Henle;       iialrnian ol  tbe    board
v.i': i. .  nnd   VI:- .lohnston on
Iso w i':e'<' on
thi   estate of thi   Inite
;..   Lundbom     to the
"iis ha.! bei n  ma le
ir the New Westmin- Reports were received    from    Aid,
���:    Howay stated  that Henley,   chairman of tbe   board    of
""Hi be glad t.e n ceive works,  nnd   " I.  Johnston on   bi bi
��� e   the  ciiunc.il   as   to ol the chairman ol  Lhe markel com
i ks in..si required. mittee, both recommi n ling thai  cer-
":i                  librarj   i nittee tain small accounts    be   -'-seel    | ���
���    act  in conjunction payment       The      n    mmendatlons
���    of the estate in a ���- were adopted,
/    Aid. Johnston then m ived thai  the
A" h"       ' n   to   ihe    mav,,,'    ami   council adji i out ol    i   peci  to  thi
COUnc�� and derk  waa ,',.,.,.ive,i  from memon of the late Alexander Ewen
city.
[tens Ivi   pn parations hav i
.a .-'��� -'He' r er the :��� ceptlon of
lie Clu li lan  Endeavore b, who   ai,
oming  le   I be   i onveni I lon  [rom    all
rl    o   thi   world, and  housing aeon modation for over twenty thousand pe 'i'ii- has already been secured,
e ie big meeting will  be held  In an
Immense tent, larger than any cln us
ti nl  on  the  i ontinent,    and    in ibis
f eeechea will be delivered by some of
America's foremost    speakers      Vice
P ������ Idi m   Fairbanks   will    be among
those wdio a in address the gathering.
"   Im
the
national
Tlln.s,<|a
the
the    mayor   and
was   received   from
'!oiincii ot women, io attend
'"''���I'liun 0f the members of the
' ">cll on the aftem ion of
>'    y-. and Also to attend
���,,,:" l!"""   which will be given  it:
honoi
A"' mn
01   Me;.  I,
'"I'b'el. J^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_���
th) (';""'l""i,:,;1tj,���1 was rece|ved rr .,,
:|l.     '    !;   b illcitor in reference to
l'1'"���' I New   WeatmlMter-Bb-
memory
who passed
Mr.  Kwen i
member   if
away yesti rday afternoon. I
Fifteen Horses  Burn.
pili'.-tone. Sask., July 8,���On Satur-
-   een f<      'or- yeara a  day, while the foreman and hired help
council, .end   had  al-   were away, a burn  containing fifteen
horses on the ranch of Norton and J.l-
the
lhe residence of Mre,
'   ' i'i niim.    On  million
1 "   the Invitation was ac-
wnvs taken ��� .<t.v- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���,   and   its verson, two miles southeast of Wile ix.
UD-buildlng. Aid. Johnston  il   i moved caught fire from heated manure nnd
^ |��� trUcted to write destroyed the building   and   thirteen
sslng horses, only two head    being   saved
the deep sympatny ��. i���� council In through the efforts   of    .,  beig r,,
i motion whow attention wan attracted by the i stabularj
, ,.,,',   ,, I  ci '    -''��� ?r,lf,1':c from ,he flre'   Th0 ,0!"s ll CS*H ,,:'" h
���   ^,^,^,^,^ al $
thing pertaining to
that  the clerk ^^^^^^
to the wl:
sympathy of the
' their 4_U
i was
who rami   lo Now  VVe��tml    ������
, ol'      .. in aoaich ol  ������
ill ling  plant,   will  bi   gh
.a |i a ������   ne   . ,: ncl ol  land    Itu      i     i
thi      eat end of l.ulu Island, dl   m i'
aci'     '��� im the Small ,\- Bm I I n
mill,    ll is undi , Bto 'I Lhul  ! hi i e Di n
have ��� ont Itlerable capita] and an i
tenslvi  ��� xpei lence In the ai I of shipbuilding  behind them, and  thai   they
propoi' i" build lip an Industry In the
city whii ii will be of no mean firo
portions     Thej   have alrea ly looked
over   the  ground   In   company    with
im min rs   if the city council, and he-
laid the proposed sit" as a suitable
one.
'i he matti r will be taken up by tim
cily council at an early iinl.'. and 11 ie
understood that the ground will be
leased to the firm til a small rental.
��� tinierj   v hich   bears  his name.
. ; Ib in si
,    ibllshmeu IVheti    thi      ������
Packi ii'     it lun   waa    organls
Mr. Ewen i i nti
Ion which       .im     '   m   ���
,i i extensive   lando. ������
:,...\ ia-     ,'i    lerahl.   |ii ipei I    on Lulu
i lan i and othi r pii
Mi tu" ,i held -��� i",;el Imp irtanl
pusitlons in this ';: being eli ���'������''
Idi I'iiian In 1881 I '������ waa also
prominenl io--if,i; t ol I be I oa -i of
trade for mun��� yeftrt He waa a i '.a
li membei of Royal City Lodge, i 0
ii, F��� and w i a P I Glran i In th >
ordei.
The   deceased   we i   77   yea
age, and leaves three daughti ra    i ���
.1.   I!,  .larillne.  wife  or  Alilermnii  Jardine,  .Mrs.  .1.  VV.   McMillan,  nnd  Miss
! Alexandria Ewen, lo mourn his 1 >��?.
Band Sails for Dublin. Many Coats Stolen.
Calgary, July 8.���To the cheers ofj Ceylon. Out.. July 8.���A ble find of
hundreds, the Fifteenth UkM Horse, stolen goods was made here this
band left Inst night for the Dublin ex- morning. R. Whitney, the grain buy-
position. It will play in many cities er, was leading a cur when he dls-
en route. Forty-five men are in the covered a large bundle of furs under
band. The large military camp her.' the elevator platform, In lt were fivB
broke yesierday. Col. Steele, ey-com- ladles' coats, some of them very ex-
mandant  of the  South   African  Con- l pensive,  lamb  and  mink    being   the
rays it was the finest body
has yet seen in any coun-
,000.
chief furs.   Near it were found three
^11 is thought thi
vv-ro stolen from some furrier.
;  ii     . ffici i -    ���   \ i'ii' v
.   ,-.   So    .'7     i    n    II.   I''     foi    ll"
half yea n ' ig   lum   '   �� hii h
ening in th    Odd
iarked b
idau      " tragi ti    reports,
md a vi      ��� . ��� tl si le-;
ired the lon, aftei   ��rhi b
���  h     nts, i . of Ice i rettm
tnd .ii1 " In ���. v. bi ��� ���-'��� ' i"'1
Following  . ��� ��� officers    wbr
were Install* d   N. <;.. C. s. Richmond
V. (!..  Ai thi-    McDi 'i ibi.   I'.  8., <!. <���'������
Davi .. r ':. '���:. S., w. C. coatham, P.
<;,: Treasure! \lex, Adams, P. t;.;
Warden, A. P. Halladay, P.
u . Conductor, James Pergusoh; O. n..
J. R. Mel ��� 0d; t: Q., George Burr: It.
8. N. (.'.. E. VVaiii'e-b".. P. i;.; ]_. S. N.
I!.. J. VV, McDonald; If. S. B., Thomas'
Reid;    i..  s.  ?., Ale*ailder    Bailey;
( baplalii, Rev. A dl B, Owe-n. ft. S. V.
(!.. Ceorge St ani;: L, S. N. V... ('.
l'lirvls. The Installing Officeta were
S. N. Stroide, 1>. D, (5. M.; .1. .1.
Johnston, Craml Ma*.-'hall; A. P, Halladay, G. W.J IC. Walmsley. (.. B.j II
H. VVIIlliuns, G. T.; and Howanl
Welsh, G. G.
The lodge was never in a moir
flourishing condition, according to the
reports submitted by the heads of the
various committees. There were 52
degrees conferred during the last
term 6f six months, and ln the same
J   ��� "' I
length of time, '21 new members wero
men's coats.    It, is thought the coats' added to Ule ,.oI1   ,irlnging the membership up to 177.
A', .
THE  DAILY  NEW
Tuesdav,Juu
DEPARTMENT    OF    MILITIA
DEFENCE,   OTTAWA.
AND'
0PERA=H0USE
����� -���
ONIU  NIGHT ONLY
WEDNESDAY, 10th July
The DANDY DIXIE
MINSTRELS
Best All-Star Negro Minstrel
Vaudeville,   Song,   Dance,  Fun  Show
ever seen.
Singers, Sweet!   Dancers, Dandies!
Phunny Phellows!
Specialties, Sensational! triPt    officer    Commanding, Victoria,
Ebony Ecstacies!      Paragon Paraders! !who wo���  taTuia_ alj  information re-
Merry Minstrels!   Plantation Pastimes!'',
Distinguished Dixie Darkies,
SEALED TENDERS (in duplicate)
lor the supply of Coal and Fuel Wood
required to heat the Military Buildings at Victoria, Vancouver, New
Westminster and Rossland, B. C. for
the twelve months beginning 1st July,
1907, will lie received up to Saturday,
duly 20 next. Each tender is to be
marked "Tender for Fuel," and addressed to the Secretary of the Militia Council, Ottawa.
Printed forms of tender containing
full particulars may he obtained from
the Secretary of the Militia Council,
Ottawa, or at the Office of the Dis-
FIGHTING EDITOR
ROOTS UNION BULLIES
The Band,   and a  "F-o-w-1 Deed."
Direction of Voelckel & Nolan, the
"Barnum   &   Bailey"   of   real   negro
minstrelsy.
Seats now on sale a:  Ryall's Drug
Store.
Prices���75c, 50c, and 25c.
CAMPERS' NOTICE
quired.
Each  tender must  oe accompanied
Blue Pencil Wielder Rids
Tough Town of Terrorizing Thugs.
Llndley C. Branson, a young editor,
arrived from Nome when the "union"
was in the full flower of its doniini >n,
feared and deferred to by all classes,
and started two daily newspapers,
The Tonapah Sun and The Goldfield
Sun. He had successfully edited several mining camp dailies in Alaska.
He is a quiet forceful young man who
does    things    without    any    bluster.
by an accepted cheque, payable to There are tew men today who know |
the order of the Honourable the Min- so thoroughly the psychology of a I
ister of Militia and Defence, for five mining camp.
WATER WINGS
BATHING CAPS, Reg. 25c.
Fancy 35c.
Take with you our Mosquito Oil,   Honey and Almond Cream,   Skin Soap   ior1
sunburn, etc. ,
Can sell you a splendid Bath Towel.     ,
D.S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spectacles.Seeds
New Westminster
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. 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 celebrateei South Bernl
Watches, supplied to tire Wellman
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch   repairing;     charges   reason- |
able.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINK A.\D H.ISUINB
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, UKlDUfi; and
STRUCTURAL  IRON     WOKK.
per cent of the amount of the teneler,
which will be forfeited if the party
making the tender declines to sign a
contract when called upon lo do so.
I cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
j lo accept the lowest or any tender.
E.  F. JARVI3.
; Secretary,   Dept, of   Militia   and   Defence.
Departmenl of Militia and Defence.
Ottawa. June 21, 1907.
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
SEALED TEXDERS ;nM:-e-.ssi-.] tothe
Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth Xo. 524," will be received
at  this   Department    until   12   o'clock-
Several weeks after he began to getj
oui  his papers, Joseph    Smith,    the j
walking    delegate    of   the  I.  W.   W.,i.
called on  liini and told him that his J
printers, pressmen, devils, ami  who-
else he employed would have to join
the "union."    Branson  said  be  would J
link into  it.    He did.    Smith    came!
i back expecting a cringing submission '
to  this  "polite command."    He  was
! staggered when the editor said to him,,
".My  men  will not join the 1. VV.  W.
They do not believe in the Delis hash
of socialism   ainl   anarchy,    Already
they  are  members   of  the   American
Federation.   I will have something t >
say about your organization  in a  fewl
days."   The walking delegate retorted
that requests to join the' union were
never disobeyed    by    prudent    men. I
Prudenl  men were those who wished
to   remain   in   ihe desert  and   not   lie
buried  there.     His   storm   of  threats
subsided   very    suddenly    when     the
y ning  editor   drew   from   his    jacket
44's     and |
noon on Wednesday, the 21st. day of pocket   two  shortbarreled
August, 11)07, for a license to cut tim-  spread them ostentatiously but signi-
ber on Berth Xo.524, comprising lands1 ficantly on tbe top of his desk.    Exit
Situate in the Province of British Columbia, and described as follows:
Timber Berth Xo. 521, comprising
Legal Subdivision 14 of Section 12.
Township 6, Range ';, West of the 7th
.Meridian, containing an area of 40
acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
ine
tin' walking delegate.
The organization had power enough I
then  to    persuade    every    merchant, j
| tradesman,   broker,    wildcatter,   and
even many mine-operators to refusi
any advertisements n his papers.
Even the newsboys, messenger boys,
bank clerks, brokers' clerks, shop
clerks, stenographers young and old
year after the date of the noticeLf every employment, were members
warding the berth. ,,r n,P [, \y. vv, then.   It was common-
The regulations under which a 11-   ly  said  that   they  became    members I
cense will   be   issued,    also printed through the "fear of God" established j
forms of tender nnd envelope, may be' |j.v ""' "union."    The miners were in
obtained at this Department or at the  tne SI|M"' pl'&nt. though  t/hey feebly
offlce of the Crown timber Agent, at proclaimed that thej   had a union ofj
Xew Westminster B. C their own distinct from the l. \V. W.
I ami ,a local of the Western Federation '
__.ai_.-u   ei'.niiT  musi   :ee   acconipameu
1 of  .Miners.
This "fear of God" Branson proved
a miserable superstition that foundered utterly when a man of initative
and  uncommon  pluck    chaJltenged it.
Each tender musl   be accompanied
. ,  , , ,   ,,     i by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Ornamental   Iron   Worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc. i,:mk m favour of the Deputy of the
Mail orders and correspondence In- ' Minister of the Interior, for the am-
Vlte<i- ount of the bonus which the applicant
Is ; ri pared to pay for a license.
JOHN REID,
BEQBIHI STKt.K.1.
New v   .minster f. o. 474
���������������������������������������������'
J.HENLEY
.Manufacturer or
I
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Offi:e, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
He  demonstrated  thai   the   bud   men
Ti," highest or any tender not nee-��� and desperate characters of the
essarily accepted,
No tender
bv li
legra
|dl  will
be en-
tcrtaineei.
PERLEY
G. KEYES,
Sec
���etary.
Deparl menl
of the
Interior,
Ottawa
.lune
2,"ith
1907.
.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
ft
EMPRESSES'*!
18.000
H. Power
Particularly
iie'':   Country.
( EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114.500
\ EMPRESS OE IRELAND j      TON!
TONS
low   rate      from     the
Reservations   made
fSPROn-SHAWl
!   BUSINESS INSTITUTE   I
. here for all sailings,
Xfxt sailing, Empress Julj   12,
Empress of Britain July 26th.
!���' ir  pari lcular_i apply
ED, OOULET,
C. P. It. Agent,
LIMITED
I   :;:,!, n istlngs St. w , Vancouver,   i
��� (
��� Bookkeeping, Gr gg an 1 Pitman   I
Shorthand, Telej
gineerlng.
ib:   an I En-
I
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pionr��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
���ijuipment  that  of the Chicago,  Milwaukee  &  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
own   and  operate  tIi<**r  own   sleeping
ind dining cars on all! their trains and
^Ive   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
    service  not  obtainable elsewhere.
n J   ft        mil ifArt H- S R0WE- General Agent.
Second-Hand PIANOS ** ���fd s�� ���Auief-Portland-Qr-
��� Seven  Teachers i
torty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Dkmand.
3. 1. SPMIf, B. A, Princi?]!
ORGANS,    RANGES,    STOVES,.
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,   ETC.
TAKE
Rushton &
 The-
The White Pass
Speck and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
,���,   ���   WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
SECOND-HAND   STORE j Fairbanks.  Daily trains (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
We also do ad kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign  Man on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
r*5io:-)C i'75
sxpress and freight connect with
ttagea at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi   information apply to
' H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver.   B    C.
[f vou are not wearing
PROGRESS BR'AND
CLOTHING, you arc not
getting as much style as
much service���as much satisfaction as you should.
And any man, who buys
"PROGRESS BRAND,"
will tell you so.
"Progress Brand"
Clothing
H.   L.   de B
uns & Steam"
' LINE
Leave N. w  is,     .
c.p.R. mis .,,��*
veN.W. g^jCj
Lea
Leave Seattle l
ar. \. w
'ill
C.P.R. WESTMINSTER       ,  ,
Leave N. vv 8.30, 10.35 r.      *
Arrive N. VV. 9.35  1;      '   ,' "'::'
��� '������'". 16.40, ij 4,
GREAT NORTHERN Ri����
fr-N.W.4.35p.m.;,ar^��.p8
MOCRESS BRAN*
CIOTMINO
.1
Seattle..
Lv. Vancouver 8.36 a.m   and 4
G. N. R-Poht ODlCHnS*
Lv. N. W. 9:35 a.m.; ,rH��l
2.20 p.m.
QticlkJ
Lv. Guichon, 2:40
P- m.; ar. R,|
K
union"  were contemptible cravens, and
he branded tJhem In his Headlines as
"Curs,"    "Scoundrels,"     "Assassins," I
"Cheap Skates," "Low-browed Thugs,'
"Cowards,"  and   "Sneaking    Murder-1
ers.''    Thai   he  f<nim 1   men with   the]
courage to sei the type'' was consider
ed as remarkable as his own daunl
less front.
When it came to the disciplining of
a man who could shout with both
hands without taking them oul of his
pockets or aparently moving a musi le
the I. \\". \v. leaders were revealed In
their true light. One ;it t.t-111 j,r was
made to kill him and only one. li ���
sought oul the' man who had shol il
bim from behind a shed and ma le
]iiiii go down mi his knees t 1 blm In 1
fronl of the I. W. W. headquartei'3
and beg for mercy, Dozens of workers looked 'ni in sullen Bllence,
By this time' Branson had tha back- .
Ing of such noted gun-fighters aa
Qe irge Wlngfield and Diamond-field
I Jack Davis, These two millionaire
mlne-ownera had volunti ered th ilr
services 'is liis newsboys, They distributed his boycotted papers In .1
spectacular fashion, spitting them on
the barrels of I l-callbre revolvers and
and taking them from the shotted
I'ii.s 10 hand to purchasers. \ 1
"worker" had trie temerity to disturb
these new: hoys.
Then Bn son, Wlngfield, Davis,'
ami United states Senator George S,
Xixon organized their protective asso.
elation and declared a boycott upon
the boy-cotting union. The hundreds
nf miners who had been bullied Into
Joining the mtlaw union were notified
thai the mines would thereafter bei
closed to the t. W. VV. men. When
the miners refuse.1 to do tin's the
mines were closed, and finally they
were starved out of the Debs organization.
Leaders of the American Federation
of Labor were brought to the camp,
who under the protection of the Min ������
Owners ancl Business Men's Protective Association, organized the separate trades out of the I. W. W., until
���it last there were no "workers" left
whei bad any distinctive calling recognized by the American Federation
���Barton    \v.    Currle,    in    Harper's
V.'e ekly,
=HAVE YOU VISITED^
rrasoy.
\-'.'rgHi
f   0I3ON
in_r.cn IS
fcotaotiTji
rtatsaN I
U'.COODS I
CO
RICC
j HOflCKMOl
CO.SOiV
i:LO.*').:CfO
atainos
Todds Music Store
lately and heard the latest
Edison, Columbia and
Victor records? Over 6000
selections, from g r a n d
opera to music hall.
JUST RECEIVED-
Large new consignment of
Dominion,   Nordheimer
and New Scale Williams
:    PIANOS    :      :
J.   M.  TODD G
I'nis'oN /\
New Westminster's Music House,  ���  Columbia Sf. mbjI
SINGER and WHEELER & WILSON   SEWING   MACHINES.
teaman
|.-eon.1, in
l"fC3B05
fecisari~f\
niio ��a'.r.. II
Igtcarogjj/
[ntconos Ij
rTSTsori
Iotcotos
8:45 p m. and 6 p. ui
Mondays only.
B. C. ELBCTRIC-VAXCODV*
Lv   New Wertminster 3.50. Z .
and 8 a. m., and every half hour 2jt
after till 11 p. m. M
Lv. Vancouver for Weatminju J
same hours. *'
Fraser River and Gulf
UP  RIV
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Prld ..��
From Chwk,  Tu.,   '.    Sat.,*7 IlSI
Ramona���
From \. W. Tu., Tb, Sat. g aa
From Chwk. Sun., \\ ������:   Frl ;__.
DOWN  RIVER.
I'ransfei ���
From N'.W. dally, e:   3     :  \ ���,
Add, trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, T a.m, I Frl. 6 ajulf
Mail Service
Dispatched by C   P   ::    -aln
a.  111.;  close  11   p. tu
Sumas .md Seattle,
daily.
Millside  No.   I,  d ���     -...;
day;   Sapperton   N'o. I
Sunday;  Calgao an I Va I
2 (first mail C.P.R. 1 e
from  tbe above points ,:|
8;15 p. in.
: Dispatched  by B, C. E 1
Co., T: I"  a.  m.:
Vancouver, No.   b   I
daj s.   Return mall 11 ce     I 9 a. 1
Dispatched by G.N.R. tt
Clover lale,    Nlcomi .     "      Ke
Hazelmi re, Hall's P al .il
Seattle (all iiointa in V. .- ."���-������ :: iiij
south,   also    all    points    11 is
Kates),, dally exci pi S 11  1     R
malls received al
1",. ton,  Tuesday 1 an
Tv nehe id,    Wedm   laj
i;i i -     !(��� turn  mall  receh      H
and Fridays.
Dispatched by it. C. Eli ||
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver  No,  2;   V'li N
Cent ral   Park,   dally   exi ���      S 1
, Return mail received a
Dispatched by carrier, ;
East Burnabj. dailj exw    S      |
Ri 'inn malls e Ived al
11    ���! ched by carrier 12:00
rimberland, Tuesdaj s-
Ri I irn mails received  T 11 -:' |
i Fridays,
Di ^patched by ('. P.R,
and  1 ;30 p. m. on 9ai    I   '���
Ladner,    Westham
��� Guichon,    Steveston,   S
: pxeejit Sundaj-.   Return
i'ii  from  .1 a. 111. to  11   ���
Woodward's,    Wednesd I
mail on Wednesdays an I -
Dispatched  by   B.C.   Eli tl
3:111) p   111.:
Vancouver, No. 3;   VIcl     ���   N
daily  excepl   Sunday.    Re!
received at ti p. m.
i.:!M
lake.
1: ���
ill   1!
PURE GOODS ARE
CGWan'S Perfection C<)COa |
(Ma.pl* Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
!
Burnaby
- i>. m.
Dl patched by G.N. !'. i
To southern    poinl .
San lay.    Return mall  -���'   -  '
Dispatched bj  C.P.R. "
tu.:   mail  cjoaos .it   l:��
''aiu'ai;.   and Vam m ��� ���'��� -N
iv R  east, s' co id. n     i.
elved  ;it   L0:3G  a   i
Sapperton,   No,  2    M ll '"   '
Coqultlam, ilni!;.' except 9 :   '
turn mall recel.-��� i al 10:
'.���-������
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallions, ��jc,
Coivan's Cake
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   in   London,   Eug.nnii
New York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Con
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents In all uarts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate) adiied
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00, * '
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.     ,*'���'   G. D. BRYMNER, Mana?ei
1.
THE MORNING PAPER J
TELLS THE NEWS
FIRS1
	
! i Lay. J^v 9'19:7-
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
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rwo   PRIZES
oaf '���:' bread exhib ��� ...
Exhibition, madi' with theii celebrated
IMPERIAL    FLOUR  -   IMPERIAL
ntrance fee needed   all that i   ne e sarj is that the
ma le with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STREET.
fvew   Westminster.
Telephone 333.
Adams'  Celebrated  Truss  Rod
Wi  aker, Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, Farm Trucks.&c.
Agents for the -1. J. Chase Threshim: Machinery,
. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
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SHOW    UF��    THE    BARE    SPOTS
ie]our new lines of  FURNITURE.      The best of        J
" latest  if patterns,   the In'-; of workmanship,   anel
the most reasonable of prices.
W. E. FALES,
FURNITURE   EMPORIUM
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716 arm 713 Columbia St.      Four   Floors.       Rear Extension,   Front St.   ��J
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MACHINERY
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
le Canadian Bank of Commerce
Kup Capita), $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
'���'���   V, \ '
K'bi. President
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
LEX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager.
New Clerical Paper in Quebec Promises to Make Itself
Felt.
��� al   Julj  S.���Ae the month ot
S       ; ���   api ro   :hes the- Interest   In
���   osed   ��� u   ieation of  L'Action
���' ��� ��� ' ���    me   ��� . nd more aoute
-    eli      tiro ighout French
Cam       ��� 11    ��� i  .-    be name decided
iipoi      ei   the ni'v,   |,api :   which iis  to
li   thi   c        . ���  Quebec,    and
- announce : In advance as pos-
the ai ol  the hai t
��� .1. -. Begin, arch
il  Qui   K
uf thi     i        nown  v, rlters on
1  i    ;.     i the  Ni w England
��� hi    of .1.    K.    I.'i-
.  n        ol   Quebee
ei i. selec ed a    the li adlng writ-
.  i ie ;,' i        . nal    li    venl ui
���   gentleman  Is  noted    as having
ated In t lie  mosl em i getlc man
���   Mgr. Walsh, bishop
P   '.'.ee     In h    attem     to  Vnglif:
French-Canadians   of  New   Eng-
,onl bis articles againsi the En  -
eakin.   ; rii sts   and  prelates  ol
ne   have gem been beaded, ' H
ii   Onlj   Knew     or  ' wi.e q   H  ���
��� irns the Truth."
ll   is.  however,  the    ilssion   which
i   archbishop ol   Quebec    and    th
'  gy of this province have called ti] -
mi Mr, Laflammi   to carry out in bid
Quebec, that makes the publication   i
L'Action Sociale an event   of   prhci
mportance  in  political  mid  religious
circles ��� ment   is made ori I
thi authority of a distinguished
French-Canadian ecclesiastic, an.l
supported by a well known newspaper
movement is about to be entered up">n
for the purpose of combating Frei -
masonry, which they allege has taken
a very deep hold upon the Frtncn- i
Canadian youth.
"Il Is nol English Freemasonry that
we fear," said fl leading church layman to the writer yesterday, "bm yoj
would bi really surprised," he added,
"if you knew the number of French- '
Canadian young men who have beeomi
led tn French Masonry. This is the
great danger in front of us, and this
is why L'Action Sociale has been called into bi'in.e."
Al the receni French-Canadian con-
vi ntion b : Watei vllle, Me., Mgr.
Walsh, the bishop if Portli n I, refuse I
:n atten I the dem mstration whili 11
j gat.ii i ing i v ,e standing vote rej�� ted
��� ,1- posil nn to ask the I Ishop , i
,. . -. ��� ..' v li , ��� the eonvention
he;-in', il.     . from the a] ostoile
deli gati    al  V\   - ��� ��� ��� I  n,    Mgr,   Fal-
e   nio
Vi ai tide ' n L Etoili. as re
I in Le C 'i la il Saturdnv,
shi ws i ie.et very sl 11 ine i latlons ex-
Isi between thi French-Canadians and
| the English-speaking Catholics of
Maine anil the New England state
gi i   ral.
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Excursion rates to all points Easl
July  3rd,  4th  and   Bth;    August  8th,
1 ind 10th. Tickets good tor thre<
months.
Also Single Fare and One-Third
for round trip tickets, Dominion Day.
Tickets on sale Jun,e 28, 29, 30, anel
Jul;,   lsl ;   good   till  .ln'.\   3rd.
ED. GOUbhJT,
U. F. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
Northern
Another Surfeit of
BARGAINS
MamMmmtsmw^mamBsmm
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted tram.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Ste.&msfeir Tickets on sale to all European points."
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Pt. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Ross-
If.nd, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
��<sge  r'vly for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
jpokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io.
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
i).20 a.m Spokane   .... 7.15 p.m.
12.25 P-m Rossland  ....4.10 p.m.
Q.40 a.m Nelson    6.43 p.m.
H. A. 1ACKSON.
100 only, Canvas Chairs for veran-1
das, lawns, etc., regular 65c value I
Friday and Saturday snap - 50c
50 pairs of extra good value Lace |
Curtains in two floral designs, 3 1-2
yards long, 52 inches wide; regular $1.50.
Friday andASaturday snap - 95c
100 dozen Brass Extension Rods,
will extend 42 inches; regular 15c
value.
Friday and Saturday snap - 5c
\
FURIOUSLY  FUNNY
FAMO   S FARC1AL
FORCE  OF  FORTY.
'    Quite the mo        eti nt Ious agg ��� i
tlon    I  i olored    pi   Eoi un ra   evi
ton:   will be  bi ��� n    with  the  "Han I;.
Dlxii   Minstrels" al  tin   I   era   Ho it
on  Wednesday  ������ ilj   10.    '���:< si les  tli ���
Campbell  Brothe i.   .\ li si   Inln II
monologue and  parodies    i ntertalne 1
thousands of  thi a re goi rs    on    the
New   York  roof gar len 1 isl  Bummer,
ei e  Dandy  Dixie  Minstrels i ffers an
olio of spee lallj  engage 1  noveltii
first  pari of stunning spei tacular i I
f(,.!.., an afti rpleci   of furiously f ini
i,.:  i       \  Fowl  Deed      ind I lie '  i
mis    matchless    mlnstn I    muslcl in
"The Cotton PII e ���'  nun :" travelling
in  their $20,   P 'iii' .'i   palaci   i
���| tie    Dandy."    This    magnanli ������
mi lange of mistrelsy    will  tour    thi
world, after visiting < vi ry  Importanl
citj of the I'ni" i States an l Can i '
: Aug, 6, 1900, until June 30, 1907
Among the   ill-sta ' perf irme ������
the Campbell  Bros., an original  raf
; ime comedy    musical   act, William
and Stevens, comic impersonators, thi
Tones Trio, Jare-devil acrobats, John
Prampln, cot ledy juggler, Ben, Joni  .
the Texas te aser, I.'. S, Woten, Indl  ti
Tei ii' :Itj  tenor, and I' irty othei  ;
line  singers,  dancers    anl    minsti
a en.
A GENERAL  BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
, , FARMERS'   BANKING.
I   ^h''U,llty  afforded   Farmers for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
Bami ��r takcn ,or oolleetlon.
':.  ['':<l'  HY   MAII^-Deposits   may be made or withdrawn ohy mail.
n accounts receive (.".cry attention.
���"'������'���' WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. U. DAVIDSON. Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. S TO D O'CLOCK.
OVERUSE  IN   THE NEWS
Hotel Guests,
Gu-ichon���S. W. Collins, Seattle; C.
n. Nelson, Hazelmere; W. o. Cham-
Viinc >nver; M. W. Moore, Seattle; J, D, Kay. Vancouver; J. S. Hansford, Alex McEachern, Blaine; ,1. v.
R, Bullock, Comox.
Windsor���Rod .McKay, Vancouver;
Carl Lytton, Bellingham; W. Balllle,
Porl Haney; B. W. r��ni.', c. Harris,
Seattle; George Lavery, Kamloops; A.
L. Sly. Richmond, Va.; ('. Drown,
Sum y.
i ilonlal���F. fl. Bradshaw, Vancouver; R. X. Fischer and wife, Seatth :
Ge ���    V'ren, Mission.
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Everv Day in the Ye.<..
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world, The equipment consists of
private i-ompartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
:ar._ reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, li-
lirarv  and  smoking t-ars.
For  Time Tables,  Folders,  or any
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
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 and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   Nn*  W����tm!ntter, B.C.
40 Porch Chairs and Rockers, in
red and green colors, strong rush
seats, good value for $3.75; to clear
out at $2.75 each.
This is an exceptional opportunity to get a good strong Rocker or
chair for little money.
JOHN A. LEES
Furniture Emporium
Buponi Block, Columbia Street, New Westminster
Phone   73
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4J5   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHBNI Vol'   BANK  WITH
Th,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER    45,00V,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Hank deposits.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Manager.
��
"Quality and  Price"
When you get supplies for the pantry you want them
fresh.     Then when you want good
TEA   AIND   COFFEE
why don't you call on the man who makes a specialty
of them, and get value for your money?
Edmonds Tea Co.'��*���-""*���*���
Phone 309
3SP THE  DAILY  NEWS.
'--3:av,
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
siiing   Company   Limited,   at   their
.ifices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Kroat
Btreets, Xew Westminster, B. C.
��.   A.  Paige Manager
WINDSOR SALT is made in
Canada. Cosl* no more than the
cheap imported salt ��� and is much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
194 W
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents jter line, brevier or nonpareil,
ii) cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Xotices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for Bales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day  Office   A22
Night  Office    B22
TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1907.
A MATTER OF TRAINING.
Lately there was an occasion to say
something aboul the' misconduct of
children In trespassing upon and do-
ing malicious damage to the property
of their neighbors. Fortunately there
has been comparatively little ground
for serious complaint In this direction
here in Xew Westminster, but l-hat
there is room for Improvemenl will
not be denied. Ii is rather a surprise
t" find from an article in one of the
Toronto papers thai the doings of the
children in that, city have caused great
annoyance, and that the conduct ot
Toronto chii,Iren is lie.I I to be in very
unfavorable contrast with that of
children in American cities. It is
pointed out that long before it was
common to find fron! lawns and boulevards unfenced in Toronto, "the
Canadian visitor to American cities
was gladdened by the sight of grass
and flowers left safely to the tender
mercies of children who showed no
disposition to abuse the confidence
reposed in them by the owners of
these beautiful spots. .Much the same
remark applies to the' treatment of
birds anil the smaller quadrupeds thai
are usually found only in the forest.
Squirrels are as common as birds in
some  American   cities, and   quite   as
fearless.''
This, the writer of the article from
which we quote holds i i be "a matter
of home and school training, riiii-i-
������' :��� have no natural antipathy to flow-
��� rs, grass, birds, or squirrels. Properly trained an l educated, they would
take an interest in them all and n if j
merel; i efraln from in ilestlng them
but us. their Influi i . prevcenl or
disiHia |e ,thi ���', u gratifying des. '
' ructlvi propen ilti .. The sense of
beauty Is always  pres ml  in children,
S,, !  i'      '    b    successfully appeale I
I , by   ;; """ B'no :-' ''���'���   how tee reach
It.    Thf feeling Ol  :' is . rpially
preval nl iif thos    ���>' i : i   ���  n< ver be- j
come demoralize I, and th    sense
iustii   .    Tl ; matter   of   so
much  Ini   >i I inci both  parents
��� i   ie- chers   ��� hould    eel   _ rateful to
ol ohil i ���" calling atti a-
".'.  to it."
Why should noi on ���'��� trusi es
take a Inl from this? The condition
of tiie, grounds a! thi Central school
Improved in a v iy which
woul: il onci lend its II to the pur-
: osi, ���: education along the lines
above suggested, give a convenient
oppi rtunity for pn cth il instructi in
in  lan Isci pe        lei and  botany,
and i" nverl an eyesore Inl ��� a beauty
��� ot. The cost ween! i be small, and
we have nee doubt thai many of our
' itize - svo ild gl ��� ::: ml a few dollars Into ��� 'und I i bi levote I to p'k-Ii
in i
the civil servants at Ottawa are themselves demanding an increase on the
ground that the cos; of living has ad-
' vanced. They have discovered that,
to the man with a small fixed income
i "prosperity means poverty'.' That is
to say, the proseprity of the country
raises rentals, raises the wages that
must be paid for household help and
occasional service, raises the price of
many staples, but does not raise the
salary of the government clerk. Noils it to government clerks only thai
this disadvantage from general prosperity accrues.   The old saying about
I one man's meat being another man's
pois >n has an application here which
1 is keenly felt by many people in such
"growing times"  as  we  have  with  us
now,
I by the appointment of E. McBride to
[the  position of road  master  in   ttiat
, section, which took effeel on the first
of the month.
,     Heretofore Mr. Stott has had charge
of all roads in the district of Westminster, but henceforth will leave the
[highways   in   the  electoral  districl   nl
Richmond entirely to Mr. McBrid ���.
The appointee is a brother of
"Whispering Willie" McBrlde, who
figured prominently on the> stump
against John Oliver. M.P.P., in the
last provincial  campaign.
'""!''ij|
FINAL ARRANGEMENTS.
Local   Council   of   Women   Prepare   to
Entertain   Delegates.
Final arrangements for entertain-:
lng the members of the national council of women in this city hi Thurs.lay
of next week were made by the members of the local council of women
���i1 their regular monthly meeting held
in the city hall yesterday afternoon.
The program as already Irafted includes a sail up the liver on the
steamer Beaver, and an Al Home in
the evening al the resilience of Mrs.
A. .1. Hill, it was decided at the meeting thai the members of all affiliated
societies should be invited to attend
the Al Home. The members of the
executive committee will act as an
entertainment committee.
A lame number of members of the
local council attended the meeting,
and considerable routine business was
transacted. The chair was occupied
by the president, Mrs. K. L. Webber.
Horses May Have Been Stolen.
Up to last evening, tN<> 'fna horses
which were missed from a barn belonging to William and WooJrow, of
Vancouver, had not been recovered. .1.
Parker was again in the city yesterday, but failed to find an.v trace ot
the <'strays. Alex. Matheson. proprietor of the Liverpool Arms, saw
two horses tramping through the city
early Sunday morning, but the description of the animals does not tally
with the missing equines. The theory
is gaining ground that the horses have
been stolen, .and a sharp lookout Is
being kept at boundary point, where
an attempl Is likely to be made to
get the horses across the line.
JUST OPENED UP
A GRAND SELECTION OF
New Silverware
SJlverplate  and     The finest assortment ever shown
Silver GOOdS in this city..
Of All Descriptions
THE DAILY NEWS WANT ADS.
BRING RESULTS.
HORACE DORER
SILVERSMITH
DIAMOND   MERCHANT
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FIRE!
���
���
���
* Claim Settled in 4 Days |
��� Messrs. White, Shiles & Co.,
=�� New Westminster, B. C.
Coquitlam, B. C.
STOTT  IS  RELIEVED.
"Whispering  Willie's"  Brother  is  Appointed Road Master in Richmond.
Provincial Road Superintendent
Stotl has In en relit \ e ! of I he arduous
duties of supervising road construction in the municipality of Richmond,
*
;;. Gentlemen - ���
��� Please accept thanks for check, dated JUNE 28, |
x from the Connecticut Fire Insurance Co.,  settle-
��� ment for loss in full, bv fire which destroved my ���
| bam on JUNE 24. g
I congratulate you upon representing- a company
9 which pays its claims so promptly, and with no ���
} trouble to the assured.    Yours truly,
(Signed)       D.   McLEAN.
��� ��� ���
��� White, Slll'leS & Co., Fire tannc/. and Real Estate Agents. ���
New   Westminster.   B. C.
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Can You Beat This
A six-room modern House, in good repair, on
a lot 55 x 165 feet, all in fruit trees, one
block from city car,   on   Fourth   Avenue.
Price   $1,800
Half cash.
balance easv ten is.
Hale &  Land
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTVI
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335
f>. O. !5<>n 261
We Are Still Talking
SUMMER
ShoeS
Worm      .���      ... ! ���        .   rield of in-
���    ind  ti  ��� ���   ' ctensivi ly u.s
1   rn ui. an ! said thai     i
Hen��� ni nl in form v imen's I uie
now ii o ���������; .vi.���-.' i hangi s
will < omi in .- iclal' Hon a .1 <on-
eequi...' ni all 'his: ,.-. . .1 1 ontem
porai e: and I addi to the general
qui stlon this specifl will (he
|20-a-wi el. typewriter girl \ iii for the
$10-a-v.. : male 1 li .���' to pop 1 he
q tion? We give li up; such mys-
t "���:"   are be ond oui  ken.
Specials for Today
GO 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   Por Men
NEW   LINES   FOR   TO-DAY
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."
Here You Are!
10 I it- on Tenth avenue, -ill cleared,   Price $500, l-'2
'������ ���    nue, 1 block   from  car  line.    Pi I
: ish; terms.
& lots on la      eel i
���:.      ���        i   'ms give
il il. Sai
I   lol   01   .���'���     .     ivenui tenth street, 6G
two strei li     ��� i an i in  :': nil   trees,   fi ui ��� d,
i      :' i, 1-2 i ash.
FRASER VALLEY REALTY
COMPANY
Real   Estate  Insurance and  Business     Brokers. Murchie Bl
MEW  WESTMINSTER.
.---J
Colllei'.- Ins Invi nl ' n new iItle for
certain politicians which will suit
1 m tien in all partli i and in every
party Into which the political forces
of the various countries, and morel
particularly the "new," en- partially
developed countries, may be divided,
li is "Representatives of the Prospective Grab." The title- is Intended to
apply to hem. gentlemen In the United
States; bul we fear it would be evidence of ei foolish credulity to limil
its application to them, The species
Is very widely distributed.
There was a feeling some years ago |
thai Ottawa did nol greatly sympathise with the demand by Dominion
G '.���! nni' if servants in this province
for ;i higher rate of pay "on acoount
of the greater cosl of living"; bul now
GENTLEMEN : These are swell
Shoes and top-notchers in every
respect.
Buy Your Summer Shoes From Ds.
Johnstons
BIG SHOE HOUSE, LIMITED,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE M Of TI BIG ELECTRIC BOOT
left!.;
i.;.: ���':.���' tIG US PAT Ofl
House on 7th A-   nue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, ha!.' . :id pantry, and elei -
trie light.   Nice i t, stable and chickei
run.    Price $18.3,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
BUTTER CROCK*
And FRUIT JARS
ADAMS and DEANS
���Dealers in Groceries cr.d Crcckerywore. ,,���������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������-
BR     THE   DAILY   IS ��WS.
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HE CASH STORE!
iwiss Lace Curtains
On the Bargain Table
Only 15 pairs at this price, $2.95.    Traveller's Samples, some two pair
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.
7-inch Dotted Swiss Sash Muslin at
in een:s.
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
in,;.
400 yards Oriental Scrims go at . 25c
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 Julv Price  25c
Sensation price cutting and bargain getting still
wash goods. Stand crowded wiih thrifty bnyc
up the interest as there
continues   in   the
.    We   can   keep
thousands   of   yards   of  bright, new
goods that must be sold to make room for big stocks on the way.
���.re
82.50 and $3.00 Crompton's, LT. & W.B, Corsets, sale price $1,50
Mail Orders filled at sale prices.    No goods exchanged after 1 p.m.
during the sale.
Store closes 5 p.m. sharp.
Special Discount
25 Per Cent.
iii Fine Table Linen
and Napkins.
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CITY NEWS
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Fire Chief Watson is unable in at- Racine, Wisconsin, has arrived, contend tn his duties, being confined tn signed to T, .1. Trapp ei Co., anJ will
his home by illness, '.ee- offered for Bale.   The large cleaner,
which is almost, completely of metal,
is accompanied by an engine which
will  not only  supply the  |>owe>r    for
George B. Thompson returns today
from UniteJ Steites territory, where
ho has been spending bis holidays.
W. H. McQuarrie, city treasurer, re
turned on Saturday from a two w.vks
holiday trip to Seattle. Portland, und
other Washington M.ue jxiinis.
threshing, but will haul the
j from place te> place.
niai'liine
The number  of houses  thai   aie' in
course eif erection in Sapperton, and
are contemplated for that flourishing
For cut flowers, bouquets or fun-   part eef the city, is being commented
eral   designs   telephone   T.   Davies   &    "tt   generally,    it   is   understood    that
several builders will commence very
shortly the erection of a large number
Son, B 208.
G ��rge  Lavery.
of Kamloops, arrived in the city yesterday, and will
commence building the addition to
'.bi- Windsor hotel Immediately, he
having secured the contract ab mt twn
'.Ve'e'ks ago.
of houses on some' eef the vacant I its
there'. These will be for the accommodation nf the new settlers, that ,ire>
coming to Sapperton iei work in the
saw mills, the ulass works, anil ither
industries.
, Two picnics are to be held at
Queen's park on Wednesday, the Si.
Michael's church of England, anel the-
First Avenue Baptist, ei:' Vancouver,
having selected this place as the mosl
desirable for  their annual outing.
A lacrosse game1 between the
Brownsville Indians anel a picked team
from the Tecumsehs and the .junior
Reginas win be played at Queen's
park on Thursday evening. The' Indians expeel lei be able lo gel lhe'
K":' all kinds of cut flowers apd pot-    henu  end eef the score' 1111 ibis oecas-
plants, see Tidy, tiie florist.
Mrs. (AU.) .1. .1. Johnsl m. accompanied bj her friends from Winnipeg,
'.vim are spending the summer with
her. went out to Carr.aholly, her summer residence on the north side of
Bui lard inlet, yester i.e..
ion, having been lining some fancj
w irk in the practice ground across the
river since the last game, and feeling
in the best of condition, The' pale
faces are not at all afraid, however,
and maintain that they are quite able
to hold up their end of the argument
Yesterday's police court roll added
?10 ;>) the civic finances, $~, being con-
trlbuted by .e Chinaman who rode a
wheel on the sidewalk, an.l the remainder of the amount   bj   a   plain D.
& I.
The best advertising   hanger   thai
has yet been Issued by ihe u. A. .y_ 1.
s icie'ly has just  lefl   the'  press and  is
being distributed  bj   Manager W.  H.
Keary.    It is much larger than former
hangers, and presents em interesting
��� nl   attractive'  appearance,  with    iis
W. F. Lukanobie, a prominent ship : views    of    fruits,    sawmills,    mining
builder of Seattle, arrived  iu the city   plants,  ships,  etc..  representative    of
yesierday, accompanied by his family.' British Columbia's natural    resources.
He' intends remaining here for a few ] A. W. McLeod  broughl out  the' litho-
days, afier which he  will visit   rela-   graph under contracl with the society
lives at Steveston. and he iu turn had lha lithographing
done bv  the  B. C.  Printing  and  En-
City Treasurer   McQuarrie   reports:,,.,.    . .....
^ graving corporation o, Vancouver,
that ihe taxes are now coming iu very'
rapidly, and thai there is little chance      Tne junior Reginas an.l the' Sapper-
of anj property in the city being con-   ton   lads  are  to  clash  in  a   lacrosse
flscated  by  the clt>   for the non-pa-] game ai  Queen's park this    evening,
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED���A waitress a! the Witiel-
SOr Hotel.     Appl}   on the'   premises.
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT���For
three months; six rooms. Thrrd avenue .end Ninth street. Apply .).
H. Todd, Music Ston-. Columbia
streel eltf.
WANTED -Thirty t.i forty women
and girls at Fruit Cannery. Also a
few active Im.vs Iii tii 18 years of
age'. Apply ai Westminster Fruit
Packing company, Ltd.. Front St.
WANTED���Girl with some- experience in confectionarj and ice
cre'im parlor, Apply, Purdy &
McKlllop,   next   Irani  office'.
TEACHERS    WANTED���Fnr    Central
School,   this  city.     One     Male     for
Division   2,  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.
506 Cordova Btreet west Vancouver.
HOUSE    AND    TWO    LOTS  lei   rent,
splendid   location;   corner Bite on
car line, eight  minules    from    pns(
office,     Apply   P,   A,   Daily   News
office
mi
of the' annu ei  issessment,
Miss Ida M irshall eu. I Miss .Via
Harrison left on 51 aterday ;i Iti rno in's
c. P. K. train fnr Toron'o and other
Ontario points, where they will spenl
i :.'.-i e.i mi hs' holi.la ''. re rl turning home.
Principal Slpprell, of ���'ol.nnbi.in
college, accompanle i bj th i Ri >. .1. P.
Bowell, is Ien\ i:;4 tod iy :' ,������ Sunny-
side, Porl .Mi il.. where they ��11!
-; .'a I - ime tin:" ami 1 the lelighl; o<
���  .'in i] breezes.
when some' good junior playing will
be in evidence. At the lasl game' ill
which they figured, the boys from the
neighborhood   of   the   hospital   man-
FOR   SALE ���One   second-hand   range,
suitable' for large restaurant or log-
glng camp, 6ftx3ft.61n,   Apply to Alex
Speck, Second Hand Sinn', Speck Blk.
Dr. T. Hoggan. M.R.C.V.S., Edinburgh,
Veterinary Surgeon
Hiving commenced practice in New
Westminster, messages can be- left at
i).  s.  Curtis'  Dung store,  Columbia
aged '.ei break even nu the score, and street;  'Phone  ti. until I have ma.n
thej Intend to better the pm r iMaftce imy office arrangements.
i his  evening.  'I'he  junior   Reginas  will
consist of the following, in the ordei
given: II. Gifford, E. Mannering, W,
Burnett, W. Mirk. E, Wilson. R, Hen-
derson, S. Trapp, 11. Allam, N. Kenny,
.1. Gifford, \V. Day. .1. Buckland, The
game will commence at six-thirty
3harp.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal excluah --
ly in limber. Have largi- and small
tracts na water. If you wish to
buy or sell, sen' me. ')'.. 11. Chan 1 er,
���lei?  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C
used feer watering lawns
places,  lhe SUppl)   nf Will.'
and    other
in ilu' 1'i's-
Dr. Holmes, E, 1- Webber and William Stott, superintendent if ihe ervoirs continue up to the average.
v ha rii';. Osborne left yesterday for city water works system, reports thai He i-, obliged, however, in keep the
-'   i tie, ������  ���       .'-. boa 'ded one of ihe'  although the days are' very worm and   pump going, ee- ia the custom   i ve
Pacific Coasl Steamship boats, and
went i n j holiday trip to the north.
Tin' trio will 6 > as far r. irth as Skag-
way.
a   irreat   quantity
being I year during tbe' Bummer m mths
DIED.
EICKHOFF���Al his residence on Ca
\Here is a Bargain
House, 9 rooms, bath, pantry.
Lot 67 1-2 x 183. All kinds
of fruit, stable, chickenhouse,
Kane in rear.   Lovely view.
arvon strem. New Westm.' iter, on   she  has   been  attending
' ily S,'l90".    Aged 7    years.' Ings for tim pas; few da
���  - mgements for the funeral have
et been ma ���
Mrs. (Rev.) W. H, liana ��� rn "   will
return  today from Chilliwa?!:, when'.
camp meel -
e.    Mrs   I'ar-
-   i igi    .'. Ill   ��� i ompan;   her Inisb.in 1
��� i the' big i'i rlstl en En lea' r corm n- .
PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothier
NOTICE
tlon In Seati
rhe local corps of tb,' Salvation
Army will hold their annual Sunday
ii im ii   picnli   todaj   in  Queen's  p ir
i  ilhlre      ��111    g ither   on    i nc
_: mn Is al  11 a  in. and spen 1 lln1 day i
In garni - and "a. ol all kinds in their I
heart's   lellght.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY  GI\   IN   I
j will nol be ri     onsi il                  '������   ' - Tin
,   i traded b> my wife, A   ��� M  Bi   i
his da                '��� ��� ���  'olunti
���  :..      ed and    oar I.
'! July       '"*������ Walter   Dingle   lefl   >cs:3������!.,/    tor
D   McBRO ,., Winnipeg, whi   ��� tie   ���"���- lo uporito a
 ������                                ~ llnotj  e machine torllo.ilo mi lirod
NOTICE TU tONTRACTORS ;:;.,:'       :",?,". ������*'*:!
���  Ital, and  lie   ntends  tn  romi.i l  thee
Tenders for repali                  Inting long enough to exper    .   i the ! -Ii-iit ������ ���
Sapperton school   -. II be received  uu of a reallj exhilarate   v\inf.3r
Coat Shirts
Put on Like   Your  Coat
The Farm Land Specialists,"
New Westminster
\*m
I
, en o      . at the office
Pi ebles, whe II    itions
��� en, an I lnwest or ai      ten ler   n
��� ssarllj n ce ted,
Contracl ���"��� ten.il ring ��� n  i  11   a
i , dei osil a - ertifte I < hecli of 5 i
of amouni of tender.
C. H. CLOW,
Archil ��� 'I
t 11
Hai: i    ! i '      COnl eacl    '    '.oiililie'ii '  I
working yesterdaj o. the n.HU.'o'.i to j
the  main  building al tha  provincial
asylum.   A  v Btory is lo ue ad le I.
md  several other Impi >.\   n- i'a nn
to be; nm le i i sev ��� ��� 'I of tie' im. i - j
Ings,   Me1. Hoy will   - busy with tin's |
un ii rtaking t n   iver a month,
Just What You Want !S
iOO Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
Cottage on corner, 5 rooms, pantry, bath on.,
fixed wash tubs and all other improvements
also fruit trees.   This cottage has just oeen
minted and is in first class condition.
'nce $1,e>50,      half cash, balance ui-->._
Real
___  Estate
12T0 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G     P^"e 307
P. PEEBLES
Ed. Hughes,   of the   B. J. Phillips
clothing house -ales staff, was in the
wri'i:. eei iie C, r. it. express .on the
,,r.iirie the othei    day.      He    wr ite
friends on the coa��l to say that he had
���-_.���       __. i*M_��__A_r_.__��.j  escaped Injury.
rraser River Tannery
 . Three entlrelj   recovered    patients
lefi the Keyai Columbian hospital on]
Highest Cash Price Paid     Sunday, after term."   oi   illness   of!
I      -, greater   or less   Juration,     Norman
__       ���-^ ��   ��� Martin who was treated for an Injured
AA/a   P.At   lO LlVC   foot, and one Andrewlskl, inother who
"' ^ ' suffered  Mi injur;   to his  fool about
I    But at the same time it  is neces-      ���� B ��ntha ago, were two of I bose to
gary to know what we are eating.       leave the institution.    A Jap  sras the
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 ��p to $3,00 Shirt
ALL NEW PATTERNS.
��� At KENNY'S Cafe
��� I        Yoa can rely upon GetUftft the
M\ Best of Everything.
A very   large   threshing      i   Mne,
whii h �� I it the J. I.
.... ���      ...._,
PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothier
_:s ��� n
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TU
ESDAY
J^y,
ill,
SAFECRACKERS WORK
BUI GET SMALL BOOTY
Vancouver Visited by Yegg-
men���Twenty Offices
Ransacked���Secured $100.
Vancouver, July 8.���The gay and
festive burglar held high carnival In
Vancouver last night or in the early
morning hours of today. Nearly twenty offices located In the Jones, Sale.
Imperial, Crowe & Wilson and the
Williams buildings in the centre of
the business district, were entered.
Safes, office vaults and desks yielded
to the skill of the daring intruders. No j
explosives wore used. The victims
comprise dentists, lawyers, contract-
ig firms and insurance companies. lXj- j
spite the magnitude of the operations!
the burglars, who are still at large,
had very poor success, Their total
gains did not amouni to $100.
It is possible that last night's work
was performed by half a dozen men.
each being assigned tn a separate
building. They are' certainly adepts
at the business and their ill success
was due to no fault on iheir part. The
burglars virtually drew a blank at lhi'
Jones building on the corner of Homer and Hastings streets. Nothing is
missing frmi iiu various offices visil ed there.
Their modus operandi was apparenl by an inspection of the havoc
wrought to the safe in the office of
F. Cf. T. Lucas in lhe old Safe block.
They wrenched olf the knob of thi
combination and then inserting tools
forced off the combination, shattering
it into several small pieces. Here they
were rewarded by securing $10.15. Mr.
Lucas returned las; night and had a
large sum of money on his person. He i
intended to have gone to his office to
place it in the safe, but changing his
mind returned home instead.
Nexl door, in the office of W. S.
Buttar. chartered accountant, the same
method did not work. The combination
knob was wrenched off but the lock '
resisted the efofrts of the manipulat-
i rs. They had o similar experience
across the srteel in the office of the.
British Columbia General Contnact
company, in the Crowe & Wilson
building. The daring operators, how-
��� ver. showed their versatility by successfully solving the 'combination of
the safe in the office of (he .Mutual
Fiie Insurance company on the same,
floor. They got away with a trifle-
on l.v $2 in silver.
PRISONER   ESCAPES.
American  Fighting   Extradition    Gets
Away From the Sheriff.
I e ronto, Out.. July S.���Herman Bar-
- Is,   millionaire   I r< w< r   from   Syracuse,  who has. I een  fighting extradl-
ti ���:: proceedings in Canada for weeks
escaped from couri  this morning and
. iptly  terminated  the  proceedings
fe '  the time being.    Bai ti e's extradl-
ti ti   was orden !  bj   Judge  Welb of
'���'��� ���  '.nei. bul  the case was appi aled
and ��� ame I e fore J rstice    Riddell   at
I iss iode  Hall   bis '.aiming.     Sheriff
Smith ol Wellaii l had the prisoner iu
1 argi   jusi   bi.       couri  opened and
��� "  liim alone in the corridor of the
bal   v hile the sa- rifl  wi n) into   the
lavatory,   When ae' return) d Mr. Bar-
��� ��� I departe; and made goo l his
escapi     tt is d< ubtful if he can  be
��� -.  and his  sensational    escape
��� - 'ie'' whole   case in a rather pe-
. osition.
Murderer Defies Police.
G:a: Iview, All i��� July S.���Thi  ; ��� .-
suit  of Joel   Winn,  who    sl: it  |
��� Sl iry, b ivi  not al last advices
��� '���    ted his ' apture.    Policeman Dia-
I  and Cox and two    men   have
alle l   In bluff near   the
n G p,   an !    have repeatedly
I   him,    b il   ..    i eing    arme l
le and pistol, and the ; ill ie
��� ui   in    ' Ith ���:���  to slwol  him
��� si  theii lives In capturing bim
��� ive,   he    Is  iin re  siiii    al  liberty.
Bare-In   li d i \. .���    for a piece of Iin-
' om  lei- coat lo md around his
��� '    les in plai i    if a  bat, sn far as
known  l.e is without  provisi ms and
'  he s.    The i olice have' wired iho
;e j    | eneral's    departmenl    for
orll   in  in' ejn him no I secures his
re?I   by any means.
Fighting in Formosa.
Victoria, July 8.���The steamer Tre-
mont, which arrived last night, br ughl
ne'.-..- of desperate fighting in For-
o i a, where Hi" Japani se are conducting operations againsi the For-
mosan natives, mostly head hunters.
Five hundred Pormosan Chinese,
trained by .la;,anese officers and led
by Ueut.-iCol. Hayakawa attacked iim
natives who held Chintozan, a hill offering considerable cover, and after
three days' fighting carrie I the s rong'
hold after a desperate charge ia whii h
tin' officer in ��� ommand aa I a hundred end thirty of the five hiindred
troops were killed. The Chinese
lioops iraineil by the Japanese behaved with much gallantry.
REAL
ESTATE
Telephone   333
Owing to the many changes that have taken
place in real estate during the past few weeks,
we find it necessary to entirely revise our list
Within the next few days, announcements
will be made in this space, of many very
special bargains we will be enabled to offer
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Front Street
Telephone   333
WHITE8IDE & rmr^
^ and WlSSPSl]
Columbia street v*"1*
W.j. White,  ,   N��,a
       J- Edm0
MR. J. P, HAMp-rnM*   3
Canadian   Banli  of r��� ^l
Ing,  Colin, ,.. "nnierc'S
(ARTIN, WEART ft
n���, etc
'". Tra
M
flees:   New v.     i;i,,'..
corner  Clan, on anj ,'*
Vancouver, room" ����� < - -Df
ville street.   .1 >Se
W.  Weait,  W. tl' "r '
Bourne. Mr. Martin win ���
Westminster offl, >_,\���M
ternoon
��ffl( Ht ev��J Kri^l
HOWAY, REID & B0WE8 i
ters,   solicitors, eic  ��,
, street,   opposite   Ci irt  Homi
j Westminster.   A. Whealler p'nj
; 241. '
GEORGE E. MARTIN, B J
Solicitor, '., . chon block rL
bla and McKenzie Btreets xj'itl
minster, B. C. "���
W. MYERS GRAY, Bl
and Notary Pul
rlster���S)J
lD practlcn
hs'jl at .New We tmlaster.B.O
flees remove 1 to.C irtls Block,d
son   street, op] isite  Cor:
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 61
WF. HANSFORD,
���   Solicitor, ���      Cre. entjl
I corner     Columbia     and   McK.
'streets, New Westn nster.B.C
BOARD OF TRADE.-NVw W��
ster Board of Trade meets iif
Board Room, City Hall, 1
Second  Wednesday nf each t
Quarte-.ly meetings on thei
Wednesday    of     February,
August and November, at i i_
Annual meetings   on   the
Wednesday    of     February.
members   may   be   proposed 1
elected at any monthly or gn
meetlag.   A. B. Whi'e, Sec.
SECRET  SOCIETIES
���	
I
SOYAL CITY  PRECEPTORY.fi:!
R.    B.   K.   of   I,   meet! if
Friday    of   each    month,
p.   m.,   in   Orange  hall, corns|
Royal avenue and  7th streei
Journlng Sir Knights  cordiall.1
vited to attend.    W, E. DunlopJ
P.; J. Hood, Reg.
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LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. f
���Meets In Orange hall first 1
third Friday in each month at ll
m. Visiting brethren are cordlf
Invited to attend. W. Po ���'��� |
.lames Humphrey, Rec.-Sec.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO,!
The regular meetings of this J
are Irebl In Oddfellews' ball, 0o|
bia street, every   M n
at S o'clock.    Visiting ! rethreij
dially invited to atten I,  S Grw
N, O.; C. S. Richmond, V, G.;l9
Coatham. R. S.;  J. W. MacDonl
F. S.;  Alex. Adams. Treas
*. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE Nfl
��� Meetings the first, and thirdT*
day   in    each     month.      Vislti<
brethren cordially Invi'ed to .itt��J|
Lodge room, A. 6. 0. W, hall.
fellows'  block,  Clarkson si reet Cl
S. Corrigan,  recorder;   Lnuis M|
master workman.
FOSE  OF COLUMBIA   LODGE Bf
115,  SONS OF  ENGLAND, B. 5.-
Red Rose Degree meets Seconds"!
Fourth Wednesday of each nwntll
In K. of P.  Mall. Columbia St, ''I
8 p. m., White Rose Dei i, ?mlfi,\
Wednesday in each month. MJfl
time anil place. Vlsitl ' BretWI
cordially Invited. E. B, >:"l*i
combe. Pres., j I. Dlsnev, SecreWlj|
COURT BRU.METTE, No. 4099, l-0f-\
���Meets (lie Fourth Prl la. >" '"���
month nt 8 o'clock, In lhe SO
hall, Oddfellows' block. Vis" .
brethren are cordially Im led to��j
tend. J. ft. Rushton, C. Rd '��� f,<
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No.8��*
���etings ��
le Second
ii li montl
at 5 p. m. In the Oddfellows' H#l
Visiting Brethren are rordlnb '��
vited to attend. B. C. Firtb, u��"
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
A. O. F.���The regular n
this I.oelge are held on I
and Fourth Tuesdays ot ���
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every WedDfl"���}
at 8 o'clock p. m��� in Oddfel0*'
Hall, Columbia streel. Via���
Brethren are cordially Invited to"
tend, Ceo. Burr, S. C; N. B. Bro*��
Sec.
BONG OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT**
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE l��-��j
CAMP, 191.���Meets on tbe Firs'.''
Third Tuesday of every "l"""',,
K. of P. Hall. John MeNJW*
Chief; J. J. Forrester, fiecj^,
THE MUG PAPER IS If \%
paper for uuBmsFR JULY
9. 1907.
*��   the daily news.
%&
CANftDIAN     HOME-
�� ReGULATI0N8.
NOTICE.
-      ������  i-  hereby given  that  thirty
- after date we intend to apply to
_.   ,.     , '  '   Hon.  the Chief Commissioner of
rendersi for License tr Cut Timber on  Lands  and  Works  for permission to
Dominion Lands in the Provence -     it   and  carry  away  the umber from:
British Columbia. following described lands, situate
Tender* for a License to Cut Timber
eighty chains and south eighty chains TENDERS    FOR    DERRICK.   SCOW,
to  point  of commencement BOILER  AND   ENGINE.
5.   Commencing a: a post set close 	
to No. 4 stake, tbence    west   eighty TENDERS 'addressed to the under-
on Domin.on La-.ds in the Province   chains, south eighty chains, east eigh-   signed at Ottawa, anel marked on the
ty chains and north eighty chains to   envelope   "Tenders   for  Scow,   Steam
of British  Columbia.
Sealed    Tenders    addressed to the
Commissioner of Dominion Lands. Do-
the Kitsumgallum valley:
Claim No. 4')���Commencing at post partment of the Interior, and marked
Commissioner planted  S.  E.  corner about  20 miles ou  the envelope "Tender for Timber
Department of t rk. j up from the mouth of North Fork of Berth No. 521," will be received at this
point  of  commencement.
.1.  P. THOMPSON'.
New  Westminster. B.  C,  30tb May.
1907.
.:;.-
i.ii  ":'' ' "'r:er
ed on the envelo;..- "Tendi Tin     ^e ^itsunigallum r'ver    above    Kit-   Department until li. o'clock noon on
ber Berth No   519'   wj' ��umgallum   lake,   thence   running   as  Wednesday, tbe 24th day of July, 1907,
������ SEALED TENDERS
Dominion Lands within British Colum-
.,,.., by any per-
. ���   bead of a family,
1, xears of   age, to;^                                                           . follows:   40  chains  west,  80    chains'for a license to cut timber on berth
section of,           s     ePartment    until   12         ,-. m.rth. be chains east, 40 chains aorth,: No. 521, comprising lands  sitirate in
noon on Wednese           e 24th day of 40  chains east,  80   chains   south.   40  the Province of British Columbia, to
,.  chains west, 40 chains south to point' the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake . .
lands of coml��encement.                                    and comprising 3 blocks, described as    SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
situate in the Province of British Col- :    Claim No. 41.���Commencing at post   follows-                                                      Commissioner   of   Dominion    Lauds,
umbia on the   west side of Chehalis Planted at the head of Kitsumgallum      Block 1.���Comprising that    portion  Department of the Interior, and mark-
���,..  <��� 1  there-1 Lake an,i Ascribed as follows: lake on  west bank about    20 chains   outside Timber Berth No, 44. Block 1,  ed on the envelope "Tender for Tim-
Timber Berth   N'o.  519,  comprising 80Uth of tne mouth of Kitsumgallum  and Timber Berth 254 Block 1, of Sec-   ber Berth  No, 523," will be received
hose  portions of the following lands r:VHr wnere it enters lake, tbence 40   tion 23, Township 4, Range 38, West  at  this   Department    until  12  o'clock
H" ..'personally at   Jul>'' l907' '<" a license to cut tit
^ ,L�� for the district In  on B��'h -v>   519, comprising   l,
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
ndoflii-    !:
anl IS situate.
.,..,.   |3 required to per-
les
londil ons co
,    . ��� ,. following plans:
��� one ui
,,,,.1 six months' residence
. a of    the land in
which lie to the west of Chehalis Lake  c*vains   *"���-'���   160 chains    south,    40 | of    the 6th Meridian,   containing an . noon on Wednesday, the 31st  day   of
.ears,
culti
(for
[be fa
B in the vicinity' Section 3      the    Bouth half and the      '   !  " -V)  12.���Commencing at post' Berth 29S Block Land the east bound-   umbia. and  described as follows:
u mother, if the
and outside of Timber Berth 302Block plains east niore or ,eS;> to the shore,' area of 387 acres, more or less, July, 1007, for a license to cut timber
the north | ' ' ms snore t0  r>��int ��-  com- j     Blook 2.���Bounded  ou the  west  by   on   Berth   No.   523,   comprising   lands   tho  Cus,
homestead-   llaIf of Section 2s,   the snath half of
menc.'.- . int
Chehalis Creek, on the east by Timber I situate in the Province of British Col
Engine, Boiler and Derrick for buoy-
service, British Columbia, or tender
for scow alone." will be received up
to the
20th DAY OF JULY, 1907.
for supplying and delivering at Victoria, a wooden scow and the erection on board of a steel derrick with
hoisting engine, boiler and other accessories according to specification:
also for supplying and delivering a'
Victoria where directed, a double cylinder tandem hoisting engine, winch
to have four hoisting drums and two
winch heads, an upright steel tubular
steam boiler of 30 horse power capacity, and a structural steel derrick.
Specifications eif the machiners and
plans of the derrick can be obtained
at the Department here, at the' agen
cy of this Department. Victoria, at
onis House, Vancouver, and
���w   Westmln-
i farm
' '.'. iv,   the   require-   "orth-east quarter of Section 34, Sec-   nlan'' : a!,out 20 chains south of thelary  of  same produced    northerly to:    Timber   Berth   No.   523,  comprising
1              .  may be satisfied   'i":'  :;:'- Township :        .   Sections  1, n '���            l ��- T. L No. 7941, thence j Timber Berth 29s    Block 2;    on the'the north-east quarter of Section  15,
eslding    with   the   -��� tne ";ist half ol Section 3, the north '' chains  west, 160 chains south, 40   north  by Timber Berth 264  Block 2,  and   that   portion  of    the  north-west
east quarte'.- of Section 1". Section 11, chains east, 160 chains north to point, and 298 Block 2; and on the south by  quarter of Section  11 not covered by
the south half of Section 12. thesouth ,,;   '���'-'ncement.                                    Timber Berth 254 Block 1, containing  Timber  Berth 471   (being approxima-
and fa" Claim N'o. 43.���Commencing at post   ah area of 725 acres, more or less.       tely the norih 36 chainsi    in Town-
the   Customs   House.   J
ster. B. C.
Tenderers must furnish plans of
the boilers and engines offered, and
state the earliest possible time' in
which they will agree to make the
delivery.
Separate tenders  for the three ar-
i,ht_ sett   - has his perman
I. farming land own-   wesl 1ua^r of Section 14
|lntj,,   .   .aity of his home-   south-east  quarter .ef    Section  15, in planted  at  the  north  west  corner of      Block 3.���Commencing at the south  ship 5, Range 27. West of   the    6th   tides, viz., engine, boiler and derrick
i,.'iits   as   to resl-   Township 6,   all in Range 1, Wesl ol tlon No. 42, thence 40 chains west,   east    corner   of   Timber   Berth   298   Meridian, containing an   area  of   304   will   be  received,   and   separate,   ten-
i                id    by residence! the 7tn Meridian, containing an area chains south, 40 chains east, 160  Block 2. thence north-easterly at right acres, more or less.                                 ders for the scow or tenders for all
feaid
e in writing should
���v tbe      unmlssloner of Do-
l;;, :. ,r,\a of intention
ior pa '
'if 1,310 acres, more or less,                       iins  aorth  to point of commence-   angles to the   easterly boundary    of The berth must be surveyed within together.
The berth must be surveyed within  ment.                                                       said Berth 298 Block2, 2 miles; thence one year after the elate of the notice An accepted cheque on u chartered
year after tli" date of the notice      Claim No. 44.���Commencing al  post   north-westerly at right angles to east awarding the berth. Canadian   bank  ecjual   to  20','   of tho
awarding the berth.                                    lanted at the  north west  corner of  course. 54 chains: thence south west- The regulations under which a 11- whole amouni of the tender must ac
The regulations under    which a li-   ' 'cation N"; 43, thence 40 chains west,   erly. at right angles to last course. 2 cense will  be    issued,   also    printed company each tender.      The  cbequt,
|                  irchased at $10  cense will be    Issued,   also   printed   16   chains south, .40 chains east, 160  miles to easterly   boundary   of   said forms of tender and envelope, may be accompanying    the   tender   accepted
]     .         .; and $20 for an-   forms of tender and envelope, may be   cnains  north  to point  of commence-   Berth 298 Block 2; thence south-east- obtained at this Department or at the w"' be forfeited if the party tender-
than   320 acres   obtained al this Departmenl e.i at the  n                                                              erly a!ong s:iM boundary to place' of office of the Crown Timber Agent at i"Kr declines to enter Into a contract
j                one individual ee.   0fflc��   of the Crown Timber Agenl at      Claim  No.  45.���Commencing at the  beginning, excluding   therefrom   any New Westminster, B. C. ��r f'lils  <�� complete    the work con-
New Westminster, B  C                             rth west corner of location No. 44,   l)ortion ci   Timber Berth   308, which Each lender must  be accompanied traded  tor, and each cheque will  be
might fall within the same, containing by an accepted cheque on a chartered returned immediately in case eef non-
:in area of 864 acres, more or less. hank in favour of the Deputy of the acceptance of a tender.
Block 4.���Commencing at    a point Minister of the Interior, for the am- The  Department  does  not  bind  lt-
on the easterly   boundarj  �����:' Timber ount of the bonus which the applicant self to accept the lowesl or any ten-
Berth  302  Block  1,    5 chains    south- is prepared to pay for a license.
���  'he rate of ten
��� pounds she", be
-.- output.
Vi'. W. CORY,
of ���     Minister of the In
erior.
. " 1   publication  of
will not be paid
I.ND  REGISTRY   ACT.
Each  tender  must   be accompanied tbence   40   chains   west,   160   chains
; an accepted cheq     on a chartered " '::!l- 4" chains east. 160 chains north
ank  In favor of   I ie Deputy of   the '" P��lnt of commencement.
Minister of the Interior, for the am-      Claim No, til.���Post plant".! at the
at of the bonus which the a        ml north west corner of location No, 42,
der.
j ��� hat application has
f. , ter Florence Mary
: ij tl ��� ov ner in Fee Simple'
I: sS ��� Deed trom The Cor-
\ tricl of Burnaby, to
- :.     ���.-.:. bearing date the
: M A. I)., 1902, of all
..; certain   parcel  or
��� premises situate,
the District ot New
ie Province of Bri-
e particularly
I I ed as subdivisions
I ;. ision "A" of lot 29,
ie ��� y m are hereby re-
the claims of the
iin forty-five days
��������� tirst publication
��� : -.vise 1 shall regis-
Evelelgh as owner
���>:. | I hereby direct
this notice for thir-
newspaper publish-
I-V'V \\ aiinster will be good
Ice thereof,
.and Registrj Office,
Province of British
\ el iy of April, A   IV,
repared to paj for a license
'lh" highest or   iny tender not ne -
��� ���- -a: lly ai cepti .
No tender bj  telegraph will be entei tained.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of tbe Interior,
Tenders fcr License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, and marked "ii the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No, 518," will be received
at this Department until 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the 24th day of
July, LJ"7, for a license to cut timber
m Berth No. 51S, comprising lan Is
s| u ite in the Province of British C il-
imi ia to the wesl ot Chehalls Creek
mil di scribed as follows:   '
Timbi r Berth  N'o. 518,    c i n I'lsin
thence SO  chains west,    12 !    chains
h, i     hains ��� ist, 80 ci:  ins  i )ul ta,
10   chains  east.   40   chains
point of commencement.
Claim No.   17.���Post  planted a!  the
north west corner of location No.  11.
thence 4'* chains    west,   160    chains.
north.   40  - hains    east.    160    chains
south to point of commence.'., m ,
Claim No. 4S.���Post planted about |
10 cliains north of the north west:
corner of T. L. No, 7943, thence 160
chains west, 40 chains - > - .. IO'1
h lins east, more' or less to river,
��� '> nce along river to point of commencement
Claim No. 19.���P ist ; lante i at the
north   west   corner     of    T.   L.   7943,
���nce 160 chains wes'. 10 c'.i iins
south, 160 chains eas-. tO chains
north to point of commencement.
Claim  No.  50.���Post  : '.er-.' ��� I  al oul
' .hains west of the north east corner of location No. 48, thence SO
chains west, 8 I chains north, s i .herns
east, 80 chains south to point of corn-
easterly   from   the   north-ea.-t   corner
there."i.';   thence  south-easterly   along
south    to sa''1 easterly boundary v i chalns.more
The highest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
No tender by telegraph will be en-
I or less, t'i the    angle   in   said   east; tertained.
boundary of Timber Berth 302; thence PERLEY O. KEYES,
north-easterly, at right angles to last! Secretary,
course following the boundary of said  Departmenl of the Interior,
Berth  302, 40 chain.-:    thence north- Ottawa. May 30th, 1907.
westerly   paralled    to first  course SO j 	
chain-,  more or less,  to    correspond               LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
with length of    first course:    thence ,	
Newspapers insetting this advertisement without authority from the
Department win not be paid.
F.  QOURDEAU,
Deputy   Minister  of   Marine  and
Fisheries,
Ottawa, Canada, 28th May. 1907,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast  Lln*
Service.
south-westerly    paralled    to    second      TAKE NOTICE that an application]
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(S-.ibject to change without not Ice l.
thai portion of Section 29 lying north   mencement,
of Timber Berth 2v> and that portion      c)alm Nq   -,_,.,,.  .,;,..���..!, :l-  the
of Section  32    outside Timher    '      i      |;,,,,  weg|   |.||,.,, ,. ()f T   L   N.,   Tl,;,
th ince  i'i'1  chains  wes:.    40    chains
264 and said  Berth 280, in Township
t. Range 30, Wi sl e>: the 6th Meridian;
also the nortii half and the south-east
p irter of Section 26, the north half
and  the south-wesl   quarter    So.".ion |
l.. the easl halt Section :������  th i r. irth
half Section 32,    Sections 33, 31, "���"
and those portions of Seetin '- 25 em..
36 outside Timber Berths 2S0, 261 and
���.7-:. In Township 4, Range I, Wi st o
C.  S.   KEITH.     the -;h Meridian; also Sections 3, *,
District Registrar.  ^ ,b��� nnr|h halt and south-east nuar-
EsP' ter Section 6, Sections 7. 8, tli" north
I i with this notice,  half and the south-wesl quarter Sec-
* ing through or under  tion 9, the south-easl quarter Section   .
ons claiming  any   10, the south halt Section 16, the south
ild land by virtue of  half and the north-wesl quarter Sec-
���M Instrument, and all  tlon 17. the north half and south-easl
any Interest in the  quarter Section 18, the south half and
nt. whose title is   north-wesl quarter Section    19,
tions of   Sections 1, 2,   the   Lands
course' 40 chains, te poin: of com- has been made to register Francis C.
mencement, containing an area of 320 Honour as the owner in fee simple.
acres, more or les. under a tax sab' deed from the Mayor
Block ">.��� Commencing a: a point on ami Treasurer of tln> City of New
the easterly shore of Chehalis Lake. Westminster, to Francis C. Honour.-j
50 chains southerly from northerly I bearing date the 2nd day of October,!
end of said lake; theuce? southerly A, D. 1903, of all and singular thai
along sail easterlj shore of lake, 2li certain parcel or tract of land anel
miles In direel distance, with a depth premises situate, lying and being in
of 67 chains tin said east shore, mens-'tin' City of New Westminster, in the
ured at right angles to the general! Province of British Columbia, more'
bearing of said easterly shore of lake particularly known and described as
within the block, containing an area Subdivisions 17. is, 10, of Lot s, sub-
of 1.340 acres  more or less, urban block 9.
The   berth   must   be surveyed  With
. | contest   Hie   claim   of   the   tax  pur
chaser within forty-five days from the   ver, 1 p.m. daily.
date Of   the  first   publication of   thl3       Leaves Victoria dail}   at  1  a.m.
notice,   otherwise    I    shall    register
Steamer.
Princess Beatrice
' Princess'May	
Princess Beatrice,
Princess May
Princess Beatrice.
Princess May. . . .
Princess Beatrice,
Princess May
Princess   Beatrice,
Leaves Vancouv tr.
.. July 6, 11 p. m.
.July   12,  11  p.   ;n.
.July 19, ll p. m.
. .July 26, 11 p. in.
.Aug. 2, 11 p, ni.
. .'Aug. 9,  11   p.  m.
.An.'.. 16, ll p.m.
.. .Aug. 23, 11 p.m.
.. Aug. 30, 11   p. in.
north.   160   chains    east,     40    chains
south to point of commencement.
Claim   No.  .".2.���Post   planted about
; - , halns west of the s mth easl corner   of   T.   L,   N'o.  7943,   tbence   160
��� tins    west,   10  cliains    south,    160
hain ��� east,   10 chains north to point
e-' commencement.
!.e, ate 1   May   3,  1007.
!..>< al irs:
WILLIAM MOODY,
FRANK VANDALL,
Agent,  F. VANDAL'..
You and each of yon are required to
In one year after the date of the no
tin- awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will be Issued, also printed
forms ie-' tender and envelope, may be
, uned ai this Department or al the In fee. And I direel that publication
,, ,. of the Crown Timber Agent at "r M* notice In a daily newspaper
N'ew \\ estmlnster, B. C,
L.ech tender must be accompanied
iv an accepted cheque on a-chartered
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vancou-
Francis  C.   Honour  as  owner thereof
bank In favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, 'ror the amount of the bonus which the appll-
, anl Is prepa el tei pay for a license'.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained, 'i'h" hlghesl or any tender
nol necessarllj  accepted.
PERLEY Q. KEYES.
Secretary.
NOTICE Is    hereby    giver, that  "(>   Department of the Interior.
tter date, we Intend 'ee apply to Otta* i, April -ith. 1907.
VICiORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Leaves Victoria daily excepl Monday
at 8:30.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tuesday   and
,,..   Vi  ...    i:| province of Brit- [Friday at 7 a.m., and leaves Nen Wei
minster on Wednesday
published   in    New   Westminster   tor
ihirly days shall be good and siifTic
cut  service hereof.
Dated al  the Land Registry Offlce,
NOTICE.
���  Hon.    ('hie':'    C immlssl m tr    ot
and   Works    for    a    special
NOTICE.
: "'1   and   debarred   from
Claim tei or In respect   In Township ���'
I so sold for taxes as   7th   Meridian;
Land Registry Act."
Take  notice that, thirty days atfer
I   under the  provisions   those port
| :     .try   \d" shall be  east bait Section 11. and Section 12.   Ileence  I ,  cul  and carrj   away   in
ler, , ,,       '       ,    ,   rrimi  Bertha 272 and 302, ber from    the   following    describe
' '   '    *    w"stot    ; ot the  lands, situated In the i tt  district:  date I Intend to make application to
Beginning at  a  post   planted  head the Chief Commissioner ol Lamls and
Range 1, West
als,   Section  12, the
the south-
NOTICE.
11 ,!i"' lh it    thirty days after
1 'ei make application to
il   I mer ot Lands und
I
east   half Section 21. an.
r section 25, Township 5,
f   the 7th Meridian,
13,025   acres,
P.1 tl
1 "n-" to cut an i carr
l  mi the following  br
I
I
l'-i
east quarte
Range  2. West  I
containing' an an
more or less.
The berth tuns
one year after the  late ol i 8 n   "        ^^ ^ ^.^ ^ commencement
awarding the berth,
in [er which a 11-   THE
ilsn prlnte'
surveyed within
,' hain:. south 40 chains,
e hains, south 40 chains.
S lUth   10   chains.
east
east
west
lng at a post plant-
I" of   Twenty-Five
f   '���    and
thonce 10 chains west;
" "Iiains; thence east SO
north so chains; thence
may be
|iih s
10  i
I'H.
Xe,    i
inted
The regulation
onse will    be-   Issued
forms of tender and envelope
obtained at this Department or at the
offlce of the Crown Timber Agenl al
marked .lames Shafpe, I New Westminster, B. C.
usi  be accompanied
on a chartered
bank in favour of l e Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior,   or the an-
which the applicant
ot small baj south side if Broughton Works tor a license to cut and carry
island about one mile east of Booker ' away timber fron: the following des-
Lagoon, thence north 40 chains, west cribed lands, situated In New West-
80  "iM:ns.  north  SO  chains,  east    40   minster  district.
40      1.    Conimencing at.   a   post   (et   on
4U the south bank of Cypress creek about
40  three and a. half miles west from Sil-1
ver creek, thence north eighty chains, j
M'i \n;i!!.i\'   LUMBER   CO.,|east    eight-    ohalnfl,   south    eighty j
LXU. I Chains,  and  west eighty    chaius    to |
Vancouver, B. C, May 27. 1007.       point of commencement.
 ;    2.    Commencing at a post set close;
FORESHORE   LEAcES. tq  No.   1   stake,   thence   north   eighty'
Notice is hereby given that, 00 daysIchains,   west,   eighty   chains,   nouth;
I utter  date,  I  intend  to'apply t'i thej eighty chains, and east eighty chains!
ish Columbia, this 19th day of March
A. D. 1907.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar
To Oeorge W. Jamleson, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
then:, and all persons claiming any
Interest ir. the saiel land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and al!
persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whole tiile- is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Laml Registry Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim 10 or in respect
of the said land so s.ild for taxes
as provided by the "Laml Registry
Act.""
Each tender ""
by an accepted cheque
to point of
commence-
ti   point of comtii'Miceiueut.
;!. Commencing at a post set close i
to No. 1 stake, thence west eighty |
chains,  south   forty  chains,  east one
r
oimt of the bonus
- -ne ing   at
le    south    -
a     post   is prepared to i
,av tor a license
 lames The highest or anj tender not nec-
'���   thence wesl  10 e89arlly accepted.
>uthS0 chains; thence N��� tender by telegraph will �����   ���"
1
  '��������� ' '"''                        '   REYES,
S-v.Tetary.
i'EHI.KV a
Ihence    north    SO   tortuin(.*<l.
wesl    40   (hains, to
encement,
JAMES SllARPE.      Department of the Interior.
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner   of   Lands
and Works fora lease of the foreshore
right  for  booming  and  milling    pur-
poses, comprising the whole of a bay,
given the name of Independent Bay, j hund-rod and sixty chains, north forty
situated about two miles south of the | chains and west eighty chains to point
north end of Cost! Island, on the east'of commencement,
liank of Kltlmat Arm, and about two!    4.    Commencing at a post set on the
miles south from Kildala Arm.
Located April Sth, 1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY,   Locator.
FRANK VANDALL, Agent.
railway   belt  line,  d'stant   ahout   six
i miles  north  of  the uorth    shore    of,
Harrison   lake,   thence   west   eigh'"
���-      1  :   .
th    eighty   chains,   east,
FIRE ALARM BOXES,
Following Is the location ani number of the lire alarm boxes in the city:
fj���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon ami Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eigbtl".
9���Fifth avenue aud Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's  Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and  Sixth.
24��� >d avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  avenue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth,
82���Agnes and Sixth.
31 ���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia anil McKenzie,
30���C. P. R.  Station.
42���Small and   Bucklan 1   Mills.
and Saturday
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.m
WEST  CQAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves Victoria   at   11   p.m.  on   Ut,
7th, ami   llth  each   month  for Clayoquot;   leave.! vie toria   on    2uth    for
Quatsino and way points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at 2 p.m. and Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mon
day at ii a. m
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 ti. nu; Friday at 0 a. tn. additional
trip  Saturday 5  p.  m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New  Westminster, 8  a,  m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. ni. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
lanellngs between New Wstmlnster
ind Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S, Tees
Leaves Vancouver at S p.m. 2<iel
ind Ifit.h of each month, calling at
Skidegat.e on flrst trip and Bella Coola
on second trtp. Time on arrival and
departure are  approximate.
For   reservations   and   Information
nail or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Weatmlnater.
E. J. COYLE.
*i��t. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
.1. W. TROTTP.
General Superintendent, Victoria.   ' mi
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
-ESDay
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS  FRUITS - Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
GEO.  ADAMS
Public Supply Stores GEOprop
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, H.WESTiKSTEII
P. O. Box  345
'Phone  105.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
��~���	
.Mayor Keary left yesterday on n
trip to Eastern jioints. and will be
absent'from tbe city about ten days.
He gave out before bis departure tha'
Minneapolis, Minnesota, would be one
of Ijis objective points.
The body of JaJ<e Terry, the notorious  outlaw,   who   was   murdered   at
' Sumas.   Washington,   on   Friday    by
l Gus l.indisiy, while the former was attempting to enter the bedroom of the
latter's  wife,  was  buried in Bellingham   at   the   expense   of   the   city.
| no  relatives having eappeav"d on  thi
scene to claim the body.
In order to allow more light to penetrate in some of the rooms at tin-
Burr block, windows are to be plact-el
in the west end of the building, the'
workmen having commenced on this
task a few days ago. Four rooms will
be benefitted by this means, two mi
the first floor, and two en the upper
story.
Sixty young people ai tended the social given lust evening in the Queen's
I Avenue  Methodist   church  under  the
(allspices   of   ibe   Epworth   league    a:i
enjoyable time being enjoyed   by .Ui.
I The social  was given with the obje e :
| of (attracting strangers to the chtin .'..
and in this tbe promoters were eminently successful,  sixteen   new rr.cm-
i bers   joining   the   league   during   flu
I course of the evening.      Ice    crean
strawberries and  cake were some of
j the delicious refreshments provided i ;���
j the entertainers for their friends
The city carpenters at the par.'.
have just completed the construction
of four long tables and benches under
the shade trees between the race
track and the boulevard which will
be at -the service nt picnic parties.
Aid. Johnston, chairman of the parks
committee, since his election to the
council board, hnn originated many
improvements to the parks, which
visitors to ihe grounds have found to
be decidedly useful, and the tal.les
and benches will certainly not be the
least appreciated of them. The tables
are 20 feet long and will therefore
accommodate a Dairly large crowd. Besides the tables, Aid. Johnston has
had constructed a large brick oven,
suitable for boiling water and warming feed, and he has also had a tap
from the city water service placer
near the tables.
V
Summer Blouse aJ
Costume Length
At Remarkable Red
uctioJ
j��! We have just opened up a ni
>: line   of   ALUMINI'.M   GOODS,
ft
>: including���
>.
I
| Preserving Kettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc., Etc.
ta     These   poods    are    giving
splendid    satisfaction,   and   we
recommend  them.
This week witnesses the clearance of oui  entire
Semi-Ready goods.
;���. e
W'e have s ild tbe greater part at reg -
balance at unusual reductions.
stock oj
we win
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& LUSBY |
I
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Blouse Lengths of Embroidered Mull,  Lawn    an     Linen-Mi
material for making up.   Regular prices $1.25      ..   65c; Jul
75c: $2.00 now $1.00; $3.00 now $1.50.
Pure White  Embroidered   Shamrock Linen, leni  \   Of extraflij
ity, regular prices $3 ami $3.75;   now      $1.50amK
Embroidered Costume Lengths of mu]  land     ner, . ,.
$L'(i;  your choice, each    J
i rr
he
i
W.S. COLLISTER &
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
SUMMER   IS    HERE !
Keep out those Bluebottles
Fool those Mosquitos
by fixing up our
Screen Doors and
Screen    NA/indows
BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
IS- Agents  for   "KLEENO" TFi
INDIAN WOMEN STRIKE
AT NORTH CANNERIES
Victoria duly 8.���A report has just
been received from the north to the
effect that there has been considerable
trouble with the help in the northern
canneries, anel that In many of them
the Indian women are on strike. Nothing is known as to whether the trouble will be settled in time for handling
of the fish which are now begin-
son has been backward and the river
is 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 thc high waters begin to recede and ge: dearer. From
Puget sound nothing of importanc ��� !;a
come to hand. Fishing is being don*
in the more favorable parts of the
waters of upper British Columbia, and
also in several streams in Alaska, bui
no particulars have come to hand,
IT'S  THE
LITTLE THINGS
ihaf. 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.
I ������
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Ul
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SEE OUR WINDOW
FOR OUR GREA T DISPLAH
OF DOLLAR WATCHES
*��������      '���.
To those who cannot swim ���Our
Water Wings will support a
person weighing 2">0 lbs. as easily as
a boy of 50 lbs. By the use of them
you can get twice as much fun out;
of your morning dip.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THEI
JEWEL.
See Our Window For Camping
Requisites
T. A. MUIR
THE DRUGGIST    ���   Columbia St.
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Gilley Bros.
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Tissue Paper
Paper Napkins
Chinese Lanterns
Fans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives
AT-
\ J.J. MACKAY y COS !
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
and NEWS DEALERS
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Electric Railway Service f
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wnv
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. tn, to 11 :'!0
p. in.
City Limits Line���Service from
6:15  a.  m.  lo  li   p. ni.
20 Minute Service���Xo transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and V.
30 Minute Service���During remainder of day. Ttansfet nt
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service  half-hourly  between 8 a.ih. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from C.25 a.
iu. to ll p.m., except between
ll' and 2. anel 5 and 7, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service halt-hourly between 8.30 a m. and 11 p.m.
t British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd j
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WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
WELLINGTON  WASHED  NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND  FORGE  COAL.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
MANITOBA   WOOD FIBRE
NEW  BRUNSWICK PLASTEI
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE BRICK
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     aid    MANT��|
BRICK.
Prom the Clayburn CteJ
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK
TlLEi
VANCOUVER  PORTLAND  CEMENT.
This celebrated Cement is
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
ROSEBANK  LIME.
J Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence ltf|
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ereat^orthernftailwayi
$17.40 Spokane and return. Account
Baptist Young People's union. Tickets on sale
July 2 and '.i, return limit July 10. ________-���
Fare and One-third for round trip t�� l��c8'
points in Washington on account of Fourth of Juty'
Tickets on sale July ���'! 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 J"!)_____,
Low round trip rates to all Eastern
points.   Tickets on sale July '.I, <1 and S; Ails'-
H, !) and Id;  Sept. 11, 12 and 18;  return  limil  :"'
days.  St.Paul $(10, Chicago 971.50, St.Louis $67.50,
Winnipeg $(>(>. New York $107.00.
Por rates to other points and all information,
call on er address
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Telephone 194
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