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 nte. Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
"oitimbia St
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White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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new Westminster, b. c, Monday morning, july �� 1907.
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M
TOLMIE ASSUMES
ANOTHER POSITION
"?***�� f^r ��>i,k WEEK
LEAF"!   "Rf.Tpj.T.
Nev
Westminster     Delegates     Wil!
Rende    r;' -sday.
���   I
executlvi
be held he
PROPOSED ROADS
i      BURDEN MATSQUI
FEUD  IN CAMP.
Siwashes   Fight  and  Tear-  Down  Tent
���Four Routed.
Lgns From ProvincialVel ���
Irinan   Inspectorship   to .
Lceed F. M. Logan.
the
af-
 m( "  Council Refuses to Pay Dvk-
On     Tlieseh.
ing Taxes on Map High-
��������� ys and Byways.
ORANGEMEN RECEIVE    !
REBUKE EROM PULPIT
DON'T   LIKE   STREtT   CARS.
Superstitious   Italians   Blame   Trouble
on Trams���Rioting Rife.
ee
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I   ���
th. ":
. ..���.
Victoria    the
im   Vancou-
Q ���'  team 1       ���   Maple Leafs.
T|"    ���-'���!������������    ' l< .; '(    il:   COn
'   witl    ' > ho bai
resigned (en Ju     .    Bl
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the   elm
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tten '" il
ne meeting
Inf   him  t<
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'
i    the    provincia
i inolal    veti   Ina
.nn  Dominion  li
..,..,,. ���   stock, 111 BUI   ���
a   v bo v..   bi a
.!...'. Ided   alien:.   I
In. pectoi   ���
-   live   stock "  ' am   decldi  u
".    : n inci   imdi     hi de i
.     ...   ��� ird   chii '��� ' Iraj  and  F
��� ���   of Ok    Don
I , ,.,- i  ..���    Mei- F vele
ner for the Domii
|
:, ���   v:    has i Irea I;  ��� : -
���,. ei   gav<   : hit  li
resentatlve v. :     i
.in- Boundai
: He had been ��� n-
f than a week In   e
meetings on si        ts
: raising and ci  ���   ol
..   ��� e, and   ba I   als    In-
I, ��� i-  . eonstmcte      u  ���
|
>     ���   . ���- n   British   Ck
��� station    has
a  looal  ins ���
���mi m prew nl
ttle from entei i _  B
��� States
������ .������ - ni :.:n.   a greal n ..   ���
| ���    ������  :.-   Shippe I  ini.   - bi{
pi ��� ������ . Lhe oilier side, and the
��� now equipped with the
���    for detaining disi   ������
��� ..:. '    ��� ' .'!::..-      I hi :,.     I        : b<
Tolm ���     ������    rmed his lasi     '-
I nori i   | :���  , inci     govern-
on ir.ntr  25, when hi   ga fi
Iraki.!- in judging   horses    and
| ���  ..'.    ���    roper meth id
��� " ���     :���'  ee   nil i til
ADRIFT OS A LOC. MAN
IS RESCUED Bl CANOEIST
\i!l'lf:    een
ig tn mil     i       ani a an i
:������.. :.:     - tig ejfP
ence of a mini        i      e north yei
Thi whlci   was  ai
complishi eg. :  ;, well
km 9 ti can ��� - member of tl
1 oi into   irgoni - i       ss tl
inc.    Th-     . e down tl
ewi sevei
es on    I : -    . . : :\      :
whit:   '������: . ���   .      a a sun kei
opposite  the 1 . elo*    the
GToal ��� :     ��� minei  managed
���   i thi      i -   i ;.  . he  ,'!> :
.......
The  res as a i   ting  piece  of
<'    i   and  In    ess   en p< i lenced   hands
the atten       i ave ri snlted In a
ible drownii Ie  pi dd ed  along
thi   -: .  ���.  ii t,wo tnm-
re .   yards   . b v hi I miner
aging foi     '       The     current
������   -   swifl    ind     '    . .    Bloomfii Id's
strength   to thi   limit.       i   wai   even
; carried bi ...:. vantai
��� '   .    ��� ���     ��� . , '.     the    h
Matsqu   ��� ouncl   Is  up in anus
Increase In  the
numbei   ol  roads   In   Matsqui   Prairie-.
thi  assesse!   acreage    i    roads having
, ...u ,.     r    li      asi .      on       b    es ii   1906 to 28a
acres I hit   ���������      i . In.  to a number ol
leiiiiii-ve. nets   hi . im   registered    mapi
bowing roa.l' "iiimiiK   through  the
opi rty. e i ouncl I know noth-
nj   o     I        roads, and   'e
���i    ���" ogi Isi    bi   -inn.''   ii  de ���
propose   to  ���   cepi   the   report   -ei'
o   dykes, it
���   ���  esentatioi   ol   thli
ileal the couni   lers wi  .   mad
e . (I
Thi   pa  me lykinj   axes on 283
es ..   i   . e. .. ���     hal
ea; < b would hi vi a   a fab-
A feinl In a Slwash cam]   i
:     market yesterdaj    afternoon
fordi     an  opportunitj   for
bucks  ami   a determineil   "k i' -* i t t - j i    r
i ������ ���.   vengeance On theii  opponents,
the quartette tearing down a tenl and
destroying   a quantity   of   household
goodi n  the kind usuallj carried aboiii
'     the Indians in their annual visit to
Xew Westminster,   The' four members
be depredatorj  band were finally
outi d with tiie. hell   ": ;'  police con
Btable  and made a quick getaway for
another pari   of  the  city,    brfeathini
vengeanci   againsi their rivals
Whal Marled the Bcrap is noi clear,
bul from whal could bi gleaned, ll i |
pears thai <leorgi  Dougla ���  who li wel
known along the coast,    has   appro-
.. iated a  Blti   foi  hit   tenl  which the
hei   Indians claimed    by    righl    of
!      ag Bquatted on it  previously, ;eii'l
Ined   ii   foi   thi   fni un   when  thi.
ed away for a tev,   lays    On I he
u o   I louglns was found In possi s
sioi    aie.:   failing  to induce    him    to |
'.    'i   :..;.   the  usi   of persuasive   lan-
'������      yaans on  guage ,,���  Siwashei resorted to blows,
not at i 'esent, and   demolishing thi  tenl In   their   wrath.
'   i:"     ' '     ' ''!'" !- ��      r  ends of   Douglas   hurrying   to    the
' ' '""       Mtnougl     hi   marking   rescue saved the (|;i,  ,-,,. ,linl   and ,,,.
iads o is made   ror the pur-   defeated [ndIanB retired ignominously.
post of s      .;    opertj n.r.i} enhancei    No compiain( having beei
' '     ;- ''       ��� [loes   no;   i';'0"'!���:,i���s,  the Indians  foi   the    damage
Naples, Julj  7.���In  Southern  Italy,
where   superstition   Is   rampant,   the
'""   blS  In  Annual  Sermon,   Rev. A. Ipeople have a holj horror o   electric
de. B. Owen Severely Cri- 'r:"!K',irs' ;,nfl ,,|iss ue> opportuni^' of
..-  ��� t   ,j   ,     ,   nr       , showing  their objection  In  rery dis-
ticizes Indolent Members. ,    .
agreeable form.
They were given a splendid chance
!,���..,; on Tuesday a! Naj li i I iwing entirely
io the foolhardj conduci of a coaci
man, who trlee! to force his ���
througl thi raffle bo as to gel in
fronl of a tram two people were rut-
ally injured.
The disaster was ai once attributed
to ''������  i      '���: an astonishingly Bh
rime. im:i"|\ 1,000 poople hn ri assembled, and a fie������������< i tack was made
on the trams Petroleum was thrown
ove them, and lighi applied, the po-
licemi ��� '"id Boldiers heirm Kepi off
with sticks, knives and stones
V,  hlli     tii ��� hi     arm)  of rioters
;* ��� > sleze ihe bodies of the two
victims ami carry them through thi
Btre ts, so a* to rouse thr. Indignation
of the population,  After a five hou
police and two squadrons ol
cavalry succeeded In moving the
bodies In a hearse.
Bl      ���   '.. . :...,  '���'. ...
'    ��� -    1he
...,���: ets 3 an
Lhesi    i nk high1
i-.- y��.
EIG   SN4KE   STILL   SURVIVES.
then  will be no prosecution, the i
Siwashes  preferring    to  settle    the
d ���    rence8 in their own fashion.
Retailers Want Smuggling  Stopped,
retna, Man., July 7.���The board of
.   of  retailers  of  the   I ical  towns
have petitioned the Dominion govern- ,
Hastings, Meth., Hunt Fails tc Locate | ment tn pl��� (>n a mounted patrol along
���'������'���' : ihe boundary to Btop smuggling, which
I     ts   the  reiai!    business.      Several
��n U      .    - -;.       As   .l.-jiui;,    In.
ni���: he will haw  gi "���
and w.il     gi    ��� - .   e. ded  ���-
effecting th< re i
bargi ��� a o ati ina]    woi I.
led .:. ..   Dominion  g    ���
ii thi  - rovlnce, an I ring at ihi
'������- ��� -'   standai d ol
    part "i his d il -
��� > :Inary   commis-:. 'i  :
nders   :: om   spn
ses of ihe  pro; r, ���
��� i formed  his last    i f-
Iged to res i
er of the i xi i   tivi
.   '   .-.      socii i>. all ho ..
��� .  much lhe nei ; i :
' tninli n   govei ami i
B  ''. provincial ex-      d. S.   Duadas,  of  the  Commercial
was  a   rule   thai   ne'       ,       billiwi ep tving ��een
irernmenl coul I i   '      .,,.,.,   ,-; Ung   from  Ihu summil      if
I an organization which   uouni   Bakei   on       ��� afternoon
n ��� m   patronage.     \b   last, and   his   asserl >i tie  oul
. ��� igned    fn m   tne     .,..,..' ol ��� ��� ople I hi vallej
SMOKE ISSUES EROM
MI. BAKER SUMMIT
Many People See Signs of
Volcanic Activity ��� Prospectors After Gold.
Has, ngs    \< : ���   Julj    7    -The   fara-
���'.-. hunt is over, and
"Old ."-���., o Oa ��� 3 si ce, the
mosl . ���!- ve   and bes    i anne   ee
big snaki In (hi ... ; still lives
to rei hds i -j. ���. us head i I some
fiiiiP'i     ati . ..-/I   s. .. into
! the  eyes     I   somi   ball pa      ��������� d   in-
Itant.
���    ,     countrysidi
should        ��� - oul   to   ���  ���'   Gar
ter's si s inexplicable
been i ��� of    Hastings    Rir
from twi Qtj -Hvi   :<   fortj    yi urs.    in
:    e he has m vi i   been
known lo   stei     i       \ ��� \< ei   a
chicki ver eaten up an;
��� \.e.   engaged
a |Kilitic��.
Before  seven s
the hi)    ���      .      ���   .        V,    it 400 pe.
, and a* und  thi
icl
.   . -    '      ;    even
real         ���   -.    I'he re were I   irt; -
���   -,       ,                 Hank       b na
evas the i    In           II turned
���    : ���    i  :
. . ii and - i not thi ham sen I-
wiches thi    . 'in;, d in wagon i
thi    Btarted out.
dealers have been buying goods across
; .   line in  wholesale quantities and
ti     ling ihem   across  without   paying I
flat;      The retailers  think   ihis is an
stice tei   those  who  have-  to buy
���   the   trusi   or   pay .duty.      Hon,
las  Greenway,  D.   W.   Bob   and!
J,   li    _Vshdown    are  suppdrtng
-   tion.
. ��� ,'ei  bi   ��� ni    tnembei    ol  tin
 gi    ��� (tended  divine   i e
vice lasl nighl  it, tbi   St,    I":"     Re
formi ���: EJplac ���]      Ohui ch to heai  the
R< ���    'V   deB -.  ���" in to thai
famou   ���   li
ir thi ' i mg    - ���  whi     tended lasi
nighl expecti d 1    bea    hi   isual com-
piemen   ol "��� .        i uloi li i   i ''!"'   a i
ii ual on an oc ��� ���������'- a   I t'iii s* m i
mus: hi   ���   been ' idi ��� disappo nted
The K'..-. v  |e ie Owen i I hi   me
ee; thosi ���'��� hi .(- v believe In 'sparing the rod and Bpoilinj thi child'
"���   tool   foi   his   texl  the   t6th  verBe
I    -    . '   the s.'os el a<
 lng     . S;    '        hi l     .. bich says:
11        i  "'iin'   before men
thai   they n ...    good  works,   fj<_,in t])<,
and   g ������   ���'.     . i ���     wHIch  N  In
heaven."
With   this    '.      hi     text,   and   the
influence      hi       example     exi rctsed,
either for good oi othi     Isi   be open-
entered i   , ,.
ed  !:ii-  sermon.
He discoursed on the negative and
ih. positive Bides ol Orangeism, and.
compared the ritual ol thu order, the
grandesl ritual thai has ever been
written, with the eve ' -da; ctlons of
many of the or '���
"We are t< ," Bald   he,   "to
hear the praises ol the order and to
get puffed ufe with vanity, crltisizing
others, yet Sailing to see amj fault in
ourselves, if we would paeise. and
l��ok into our own ail ions, and then
compare them with those et ihe faith-
PRETTY PICTURES
EOR EXHIBITION
Splendid Lithographs Will
Advertise New Westminster's Big Fair This Year
SEATTIE SPIRIT WINS
DUNSMUIR TROPHY
Thi ��� le 'e lid lithograph hangers
which are to advertise this year's ex-
ful men of ihe pasi. we would fall in hibltion will so in bi ready for distri-
our knees in httmble contrition, in- button, the flrsl advance copy having
stead of boasting." been deceived by Manager Keary,
He spoke <of the early history of the The lithograph is really a work of
ehureh. of ihe persecutions which the art, and, while distinctly striking in
Romans subjeo'ted t'h6m <��� and em to appearance, is far from being gpuly
the time when the ehunh becoming Or offensively show-,, in the center is
strong and opulent, the members be- a view of the oval at Queen's park,
cami Ito ::e ]������:.������"������ -i the principles with the exhibition buildings ae- a
their forefath  rs bad died for.    Again  background, while    surrounding    this
passed on to the time when once
- o ��� i ers< ud lon was rampfent, and
bi.". ��� mi a ��� ami to I hi fore, how, I >
save the ch n ch and llbi i tj    of   the
are smaller pictures representing the
various inel'istrk u if the province,
luniberlng, mining, fishing, stock raising, farming, fruit culture, etc., being
rotestanl  subjed   King William was  some   ol th    subjects deal! with.
Vancouver Boat Loses Final
Heat By More Than Half
a Mile.
As soon as the bulk of the   lil I
v."  b:  arrive, they will be distributed  In  all the cities in ihe' province
and   i large nam''] will also be swnt;��
Lcr^rd the Wrong  Way.
Winni] eg   Jul .v.   ;' ���. ��� ���   -.' ���      ni
i   imi t|      ".    iti     ...      t th
foot ol               Ft, 1         ' n. an
. in.      . , Stobarts, l.in    ei    i   icl
liU In ad thi   igh n s in 'd api   I ���   bui
i ounde ;   �� Ith   bi oken  :.; i -:' In   i1'.-
fires   ���   tne  dlstan e lie  moun    oaglng, In tha wi ius   yeati
tl in       Ri purls  of  Bmall    ...ii'.anie   out ���
bursta on  the   pari   i :   M tunl   Bokei
have been beard from lime to time,
i still  continue t.e   ;  ,W!, .,   , ��� ,  ,     a  was i ailed   to
'���i   every    asslstan e    .      ,    . , ,i    ,; cureni i   bj   Me    Dun
The air wa   cleai   in I free from
:  h complii ��� i '   , : mds, and ai i oi ling ; i  Mr,  Dundas,
.'I   .i illlty  of the    tnen   ���  ..    .-..    .   dl I nol ��� i ana    from !'.i ill
I.   N'ew Westmln-
eai    ..'.   sti 'im
V moouver mighl make
. ��� ., fall fair In lhi I
���.     nl..   31    affei '    , i:   these  .  ������   gi tii i '������'     wilh
ki stock depart-   ,, eptlch n li   i        ���   mountain
is  undoubti lly of vi i ligin,  it
i,       , .     '   . .. -I Ini'  ' in
iriaJ.
��� d    pi :.   ���   assist 0 ause, and
th.   glorious mi    vi   foi  which    :"'  i
men foughl and died.
"The iim..   -���   past," said  the mln-
-������       when  men could pul em their  oui   to clUes and towns    in  lHherta
swords and  I  :" the '" ''  foi    theii   Saskatchewan and Manitoba,   All tb
11 Is Irui   we ��� in     -        in the' hangers 2?e fl " sew oui at the same
Seattle, Julj    7.���After   two   I sword and assume the la  but, my! time, a certain n'?1*ber D^ins; ri   er   '
raising finishes, the Spirit, of Seattle    friends, this Is going i.   do lit"., good,  for distribution durin" the few weeks
winning bj   a  half boat's length the  if our actions do nol compare favor-   preceding the opening da.   ''* ,'11' ex'
Firsl race, and the Uexandra, of Van-   ablj with the obligations we swear to  hibhlon,   The C, P. it   have     a*    n
.   "���   crossing the finish lines win    fulfil when we mi,-r the order.' Ifbrtitei  yi | to  listribute"   'l
;! Be< -- ��� ' ;""" age with Orange    large number   throughout   the    ,  i   '
men now, when Protestantism consists  vlhce, and will also have th
ol  damning    the pope    ami    cursing in the waiting room
Roman  Catholics-    The'    Twelfth    of  [lots aloni u
July is iu many casi s devoted to a big ������
celebration from Which the liquor bot-  which  man:   oi   them carrj  out  this
"'  lE '"" absent, inembi - of tii" >-   ritual, i feed thai i don'l want to have
'' '   :'r" ln}|  ]'i    tten ! ng    ��� ;.:- a   ol   anything  to do with  men    of    thi Ir
mill a  worship, manj staj outsidi    thi  do ��r,  biml."
Iu   '" '   "  '''   ��vho .'I'm., lusl ���   a i  toi    "Now, I  lue,.   none of you Will Be
" them In  pul oul because I am speaking to you
" ���  In this fashion, thai is nit the objeel
of rn.'.   sermon.    I  vranl    to Bee    the
In the Becond, bj   the sane' narrow margin of victory, the third and
.. iding rat e   foi    the   international
Alexandra trophy cup was won yesti i
by  ih,' Sei i;   bj   m ire    that)    a
half-.miie from her i ompetltor,     Tl
:��� irit's iin", was e��(, limns one min
���,   :m,|  fiftei n  seconds.    The  Alex
 vered    the   flfl	
i ���piiiaii'iai triangulai course
lern plai ��� l
hotels   and   de
: |Ur8 :1,,,| I,., . mi nut' b,
rhe course foi Ihe races was almost   the opinion of their friends and
an equllaterlal triangulai orte. Starting   it off when thej   leave'l b
Wi i tmrnster   ex-
'���   Terminal   Cit;
esl ie ni T.J. Trapp
rj  to superin-
lernoon  to see if the i ��� '    wa;
i oniini    ip    The elevator wa      :  Ih
lop ol thi    i:il lini   an I �� u  desci nd
I.. md before he      ild  off the bell buoy, ai Duwamish Head,      "Protestantism does i i.-,   order eh    I so tha    t  will
id  . head, thi   bottom   i    he   with thi --     leg  ilnnst nortii toWesrt damning the    pope,   and    ul    saying ������   \        ���.   of the gi-andest
bead   i' Inl llghl  thenci   foi ll iconl i -���   Lauriei   Is  a  traitor     ll   consists ol  socl ,;                irld, one    wl    ���
'    '    '       bin    nl   I     '    .arbor and thente  Bhowing them that we ha' ilng   men Illl      niversally respected
I ���  third -       ���     lu   thi   bell but      I    tl Hglon :-- one of dee    an I ha     I      <      motto
i gain sl      ���       ok en    las       i'; -
��� idlj   imn. ib"    riesh    li
from  I
h e I    "i"l    v. II ll   'i
: . :' ii"   .������   ���   In  thvi
'"iei.    durin ���
���   '."!���:..: ,���  Imger
��� 'ban i ver before
Belling! '                  :
i, ���    ih,   \lo ml Ba       '  Inl i -   I
tried    h,B ,.!."
2   irth of hi i      I
Calg iry, July 7.   The C   P   R,
en notici   nl   ' mosl Impoi' inl i"
Iberl
lv dji !:.���'.!. >d vetorai chewan and M mil i ia  ���' :
of the pick   in i   Irill bi gan their in Foi    eai    lh    C
thli :           . tu   lhi    bell bin
1 ��� ���    Hs! ������' -��� ��� linos    I   Inii'l
Hi -
The I     ���      ��� ....'I-'
ii  a is is
in] b Itei  ban '-��� i!    uu the   b��al    to
Indward    whi I be    real    te I
lling li  In  "' while the run
conviction, and Iel  oui
ir for I
....    I        .. |,    ���      .        |  ���      .e
I Heaven -   e     11 nol    i      li
.   ���  | nnian ( I;. II in Oran
man '" but, "Ar.. Istlan   ' I
am  afraid thai manj   an  Orange man
i; il Orani ���
''     11         illclsm, bul Chri I '
F he re vi       I       i      nan    poke also
n the 0 i ligation to at
tend church, an ���  there was no
necessll ? to bu    le on the swords i 3
'if Old, (here was pii m .   to do In eou!-
*'' -      Ivlng home, bnl
o   .��� 'vere    thai
i
the
they
first building in
bating the  worl I, the  flesh  and   the
,,    .   tramp  I ,;'"'1 n'""   ' :!' Is gem   il   cemptJon   n Fon  thi   ��� ;'i ���   a I le       Ith   win be lefl   >n the outside, and I am  devil     After   a tew    more   remarks
fi,,,,,  Bxcelsl r to the snowj  heights   ylsloni     provided    exemption     From all cai       i spread   proved an advanl    also sure thai  manj   a Roman I tth    along   the lines,    the  minister
iol taxes.   However, the case to thi   "��� snudra,   the lal i. ollc will be received Into thi      ernal  clo    Ihi n    with the    word
il     out on the iction of the scho I two min     -  Fa te:  tm  -; rest." "Pray God  the    la    'nay soon    come
gefore th     lo ���  of work will   section In Manitoba and In the fam than the other boat,   Oh
be proceedini and >pertiei   nm     ������    be 0, P  R. lost,   The''   P Ing the American bual    had
.,,,,1 i ,.,.  ol p ) lor  ��� .'       i "b to lay   R malntal I  thai
0...,,  ii,,, |���        .if gold    liver   an 11 n a tangent, and
1 il.     7. -Miss    Jennii
1  Jills and .lames is mil  ,,,- |{(.(1  ������,,,,,, .  .    ,-,
���   tie, aged respectively   the Post-Lambe
vere burned to death
i:" In which they took refuge
' ���' ""  ihiinderslorm.
shorl
usi a
ih, ��� as -> de thi bette although thli It
tim!   the  open to a difference of opinion.
cltj  council,    which decided    against     At a  meeting    of the    association
The lal      c     ,011c will be. received Into the eternal close i bl    serra n
"Pray Go i  ,;'
Another thing,   Orangemen    Irink when  Orangemen will el   their  11   il
aI,J stay away from the   ihui         n shine  thai   men   ..'b  see  their good
of them told in'' thai he onlj    am i to works.
divine service  om"  a  year and  yel Tin   Rev. A, de, B. Owen was list-
you take an oiiiuatio,,. when you are ened ti throughbui  with i p atten-
J1''"' "������ more than entered the
'   was  struck   by   a   ' oil
'''"'"�� and burned to the ground,
! ;""'�� Perishing
copper.
���,-,H, fir.,,     :������    |ea lelllngham   the C  P  R��� bud deolded the case not! Friday evening a new official list was   received In the order, to attend divine  tion, his words making a visible im-
,... (h., t.| ,. . ���     ; .. follow-  npon its merits'but on an Immaterial  elected and Vancouver was selected a��  service oflce a week. pressioc een many of the large audi
r ���;���
toi   pa     ���   the case, The company asked [the place for the regatta in 1908, with
Fourth
crei.      '.noiii.
idei
will j Tor an  i ipeal which waa noi allowed,
I" wa
Swamp creel ino n
fo]low  ,,,,,, ....              , will  be Now the Sprucevale school hoard has
followed   bor! '    1"" Profl- :'"'" l3''OTraed thai the c. P. if. de-
pecton  .,,, of whom .dines  ie,   pay   its  school    taxes,    nnl
shock    and  thus   ,,,.,��� been   , tg tor the Justice Stuart has been asked to fix
nnd,- dharred re-1 pnusnallj   lei '      :':i'" a date t9T n,'*"m<'nt'    T,,n Cf. P. v..
I |n the ruin-:             |ent]y ,,, ... I            ���   These solicitors lannounce that this is �� test
men of the usoompltm | case, and the whole matter   will   be
JudSe Bole to Resign                          B thi :|   than in r""p!" ��U1  a*a,n ,TresP��c��ve    of    ll"1
Judge Bole  of thelanv othei leclared by rinding in  the Manitoba school case.
���    we're either kil
:."!    '���     ,,,
P'^'ll   hi       ���     ���
County Crrar .
, '-    bench on the  Ist ofi
He haa   applied    I n   ������ ���.������ loye I In the
j is LOOtS.
"We hear It said by many that Liur-  ence  present, and  though  his  words
Seattle being Ihe selection for 1909.       Ier   has   turned   the   Bible eat  Of  the   may  have  struck  home, it  was  plain
But the Spirit and    the    Alexandra   school.    That  may, ami may not  be. [   thai   lie  had   the  good of the  Orange
arp to be raffled off to shareholders in : am not prepared to say, hut even if it  order at heart.
the yacht, the Seattle Yacht club hav- Is so it will do little harm as long BB The singing ofihe choir was well
ing entered the Spirit and the Royal th'e Bible Is kept op��n in the home, with the rest of the service the hymns
Vancouver Yacht club the Alexan- and 1 ask you right here how many being joined in by all the COngrega-
dra. | of you are better than Laurier in this j tion. One of the chief features of
 '    i respect.   Lots of Orangemen leave the I the terepftrt of the service   was   a
Berlin, July    7.��� Highly    successful   flusl   grow on  their  Bibles  until    you ' sacred  solo  rendered  by  Miss Carrie
trials bave recently
been    ��ade   at   could write your rteme on the covers."  Campbell,   of Carmen, Manitoba, who
,  pioneer The case is or importance I - the three   night with  Major Von GrofliM'B   bal-:    "A man said to me one .lay, I would ,at present is a guest at the home of
mJoffr8   :,,,,  ,��� ��� ,   more men will be  prairie provinces, as upon II   l<   end     loan, tor the German army;    li easily   like to Join lhe Orangemen,! consider I Alderman and Mrs. Johnston, and as-
0  ::.07 than   the righl of the thaw province* to col-1 maintained a speed ol thirty miles an  their ritual one of the    finest   ever'slsted the choir throughout the ser-
��� cl school taxes from C. P, i\   lands,   hour, I written, hut when I see tho manner In  vice last night. THE   DAILY   NEWS.
IjNDAY
il
i-ei
OPERA
NEW WESTMINSTER
EAT
ON1U  NIGMT ONLY
WEDNESDAY, 10th July
The DANDY DIXIE
MINSTRELS
NEMO
MOUNT ROYAL GOES
!     DOWN IN KITSELAS
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��� Established 1887
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Incorporated U>(K>
! lrai
AND
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Best All-Star Negro Minstrel
Vaudeville,   Song,   Dance,   Fun  Show
ever seen.
Singers, Sweet!   Dancers, Dandies!
Phunny Phellows!
Specialties, Sensational!
Ebony Eestacies!      Paragon Paraders!
DEPARTMENT    OF    MILITIA
DEFENCE,   OTTAWA.
AND
SEALED TENDERS   (in duplicate)
for the supply of Coal and Fuel Wood
Merry Minstrels!   Plantation Pastimes! j required   to  heat  the Military  Build-
Distinguished Dixie Darkies, j inj?s   .���     victoria,     Vancouver,   New
The  Band,   and a  "F-o-w-1 Deed."  I , _ ���_,._.   _   ���   ,
. Westminster and Rossland, B. C, for
Direction  of  Voelckel & Nolan, the: , ..,.���._,,
.,��� o   o -i    ..     ��        i the twelve months beginning 1st July,
"Barnum   &   Bailey     of   real   negro
minstrelsy. ]$b7, will be received up to Saturday,
July 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
Six Men Drowned In Wreck
In Canyon on the Skeena
--49 Saved.
j Gilley Bros. Ltd!
��� ...... i- ___j  d__.��.9;i ���
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
Seats now on sale at Ryall's Drug
Store.
Prices���75c, 50c, and  25c.
CAMPERS' NOTICE
Vancouver, July 7.���The Hudson
Bay steamer .Mount Royal was wrecked iu Kltselas canyon, Skeena river,
at IJ o'clock Saturday afternoon, and
six lives lost. The drowned are: W.
M. Lewis, first officer; James O'Keefe,
purser; Archie Willis, steward; B.
Frayne, fireman;  two Japanese.
The accident occurred while the
Steamer was on her way from Hazeiton, which is at the head of navigation, down t0 the mouth of the river
al Port Essingtuii. Fifty-five persons
were on board the ill-fated vessel.
The canyon  where    the wreck    occurred  is  the  most  dangerous    in all ,
the north,   it can be run only at cer-
tain stages of water, and at all times
the trip Is exceedingly hazardous.
This afternoon Oapt. Johnson headed through by what Is known as the
full particulars may be Obtained tram eut channel, where the current takes
the Secretary of the Mllltla Council, boats through the three-quarters of a
Ottawa or al the Office of the Dis- mne ,������ a lnjmilL, ail(j ., lmlf The j
trict Officer Commanding, Victoria, quarter of the Mount Royal struck
Lwho won furnish all Information re- .against the rucks of the southeast
quired. | bunk.    The stern swung   around    and
Hon-      Eacli tender must, ue accompanied crashed against-the opposite bank, for
payable    to't!l�� u'ails of the canyon will not ad-
WELLINGTON     LUMP    COAL
j   WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
��� ANO PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER PORTLAND  CEMENT.
This   celebrated   Cement   is
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
ROSEBANK   LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD  FIBRE.
NEW BRUNSWICK PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE    CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
ins
CPR'  "AINLINE
U.-N.W.15
Leave N. W. J*
Leave Seattle 12.1
ar. x. w
C.P.R   WESTM;
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Telephones: Office 16, Manager's Residence 122 |
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halfnonr;iiJ
WATER WINGS
BATHING CAPS, Reg. 25c
Fancy 35c
Take with you our Mosquito Oi
ey and Almond ('ream,   Skin Soap  tor j by  an   accepted   cheque
.sunburn, etc. ,i1(, ���,,],,,- 0f the Honourable
Can sell you a splendid Hath Towel.
D. S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spei.tales.Seeds
New Westminster
the walls of the canyon will not
theMin-|mlt   a   stern-wheel steamer   to   go
ister of Militia and Defence, for five;""'0"31'  sideways,    The    big    vessel
'���eeleel  >ver with the weight of water
per cent of the amount of the tender,
on her beam ami
I In five minutes
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladies' (lolel Watches  from  $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Ageut for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AND KNUINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, KKHJUHi and
STRUCTURAL IKON    VVUKK.
Ornamental Iron WorK, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
M.wi orders aud correspondence In
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BTKEBT.
New  V. ���..-..l.Ins.i r f. u. 474.
J.HENLEY
.Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
i
Trl. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
We Eat to Live
begun to sink. With-
she had  broken    up
and disappeared,
.Many people sprang out over the
stern and clambered onto the rocks.
Others became hysterical and tried to
swim ashore and were lost, 'i'he people who gained the rocks of the island
will easily be saved.
The   chief   and    second    engineers!
floated through the canyon on debris
and   were  picked   Up   by   Indians.      \
number of Indians with canoes .picked
up survivors and recovered bodies.
The four white men lost on the
Mount Royal are all known here. They
were all unmarried. Lewis, the first
officer, formerly lived at Chemainus,
Vancouver island. O'Keefe was pur-
ser eif the steamer and about 20 years
of age. Frayne's parents live, in Vic-
I irla.
The- .Mount Royal was a stern-
wheeler, belonging to the flat bottom
which will be forfeited if the party
milking the tender declines to sign a
contracl when called upon lo do so.
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bitiil itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
E. F. JARVIS.
Secretary,   Dept, of  Militia  and   Defence.
Department of Militia and Defence.
Ottawa, .June 21, 1907.
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in the Province of
British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner Of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No. 524," will be received
at this  Department   until  12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, the 21st day of type of river steamers, an ;  >..,���
Augii.-i. 190*7, for a license to cut tim- on the Skeena river run    for several
ber on Berth No.524, comprising lands years,   she was well   equipped   and
wis considered a very safe vessel.
JUNE WEDDINGS
In the spring a young man's fancy turns to
thoughts of love, and in June he gets married.
We have now a splendid new assortment of
Cut Glass
including Bowls, Pitchers, Vases, Water
Bottles;  and a   magnificent   selection of
Silverware
comprising beautiful Tea Sets, Candelabras,
Coffee Services. Serviette Rings, and Sugar
Basins.      To view our stock is to purchase.
Wedding Rings Our Specialty
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THE
JEWELER
I
'�����������
situate in the Province of British Columbia, and described as follows:
Timber Berth No. 524, comprising
Legal Subdivision 11 of Section 12.
Township 6, Range 7, Wesl of the Tth
Meridian, containing an area of M)
acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed wii bin
one year after the date of the noiice
awarding the berth.
The   regulations  under  which  a  license win    be    issued,    also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained al this Departmenl or at the  disaster, is
offlce uf the Crown Timber Agenl al | row gorge,
1 N'ew Westminster, n. C.
Each tender mno. be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank In favour of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the am-
Victoria, 11. C, July 7.���The. .Mount
Royal was built here in 1902 for the
Hudson Hay company for service on !
the skeena and has been In command
of Capt. Stewarl It. Johnson, her present commander, since built. She was
130 feel long and 25 feel beam an I
drew eighteen inches of water, light, i
and three feel loaded. Her engines
were buill by the Victoria Machinery '
depot.     ,
Kltselas canyon, the scene of thi
a double channeled, nar-
veii by Ringboll island, a
small rocky island in the center of
ih-- canyon. The water rushes thr mgh
!;:,'��� a torrenl and navigation |s ex-
1 ��� mei) difficult, especially on the
down .rip.    in up trips the steamers
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster   {
are lined through the canyon. KItsel is
oun  of the bonus which tbe appllcan . . '
��� myon       Is     ninety-three       miles
for a lie ense,
uol nee-
is prepared to pa
The highest oi
essarily accepted.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY (
from Hazi lio.'i.   It is a mile Irong.
Two other steamers are engag : i'e
service on the Skeena, the' Hazi ll m
and ih ��� Northwest, and c msiderable
rivalry exists bi tween the vessels.
KEYES,
Secretary.
Kut at the
.sary to kn-
lame time it  is neces-
iw  what we are eating'.
Dc
lartmenl of I hi
Ottawa, .lune
Interioi
25th. I!
At KENNY'S Cafe ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
You can rely upon i Iel ting
Best of Everything
the
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
I SPROTT-SHAW I
BUSINESS INSTITUTE    1
���EMPRESSES'!
LIMITED,
336 Hastings St. W , V;
n couver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg an
1 Pitiuau
Shorthand, Telegraphy
and En-
gineerlng.
Seven Teachers
4
shorty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. J. SPi��N, 8. A., Principal
18,000 (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,500
H. Power) EMPRESS OP IRELAND J      IONS
Particularly   Sow   rates    from    the
Old   Country.        Reservations   made
here  for  all sailings.
Next Balling,  Empress July  12,
Empress of  Britain Inly   26th.
Por  particulars apply
ED, 0-OULET,
C. P, It. Agent.
"The Milwaukee"
W. N. Draper
B. C.Land
Surveyor
Cllard Block.   Neva Wsslrelmter, B.C.
'The  Pion��r  Limited"   St.   Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South    We3t    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   setvice   on   any
railroad  in  the   world  that  equal  in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee  &  St.   Piuil   Railway.     They
own .ind operate their own sleeping
The  Band  Makes You  Listen.
Confirming the enterprise for v. i    e
.Messes.  Voelckel  &  Nolan have been
' renois ned in all of their producti ms,
the "Dan Ij Dixie Minstrels' 'of 10    I
Btar i omedlan i, dancers, singer   tn i
musicians  who will   be  seen  al    h i
'i. era house on July I", will be fn n i
i i render nothing bul the lati si . i .
bli - oi  the   Bea ion      :bn h    numb >r
ti ied bj   ibis organiz ition of colore l
i i li   players, Is duly copyrlghte I and
their exclusive use has be 'ii obtalaed
for ll ntire  ���- ason for the "Dandy
Dixie Mmsir is."   All of Benny Jones'
Inimitable parodies, Richard Barrett's]
baritone solos, ll   S. Wooton'a tenor
- lections nnd the orchesl rated num-
��� i    ti ii i  by the   Oklahoma   octette !
; ��� an only be heard dining the limited
, engagement of the Dnndj  Dixie Min-'
siivis.   Then there   Is   the   "Cotton
Pickers' Hand'' led by Robert  Li ach, i
- the colored creator \ the   band    thai
parades at noon and concertlsses, be-
F i ������ i he performance,    This    is the
band thai makes all who listen to II
move a: enn like "Hill Slmmonds,"
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS VOUR SECURITY
WHENl VOU   BANK   WITH
������^_  The  	
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER
45,000,000
Leave X. VV   S 10 ,-      .
Arrive N.W. 9 ^��J
GREAT NORTHERN RAtir.  '
p^.W.,35P.m,a/8S'||
Lv. Vancouver i ,,       '
O. N. R.-PORT OUlOmtt
Lv.  N. VV. 9:3.-, a_n.; ? ^.
! 2.20 p.m. ���*��!
Lv. Guichou, 2:10 ���,. m.
j 8:45 p m. and 6 p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC-VANCOOm
Lv.   New  Westminster 5.50, 6.50 -
and 8 a. m., and everj
after til! 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Weitmluul
i lame heura. '
Fraser River and Gulf
UF RIVER
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed, Frid Iii I
From Chwk. Tu., '''���!., Sat.,fiJ
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu.,  rh. Sat 8 u
From Chwk. Sun. '���'��� ��� ���!.. Kri..; ls
DOWN RIVER
Cruosfer���
From N.W. dally, i >.  Sunday id
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, T a.m. iFrl.6a.��;
Mail Service
Dispatched by C. b        ��� iin
a. m.; close 1!
Sumas ,uiei Seattle Hmti:...;���
daily.
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day:   Sapperton   No,        iaii; ���  A
Sun lay;   Calgary an I  V ���. I
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from   : he-   above   po ul
8:15 p. m
D ap itched  by  B. C. E i..
Co., 7: 4b a.  in.:
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el i.s,   Return mail
Dispatched by G.N.R ��� I  ..���
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Se ittle i ill : oinl -   n '.
i i ith,    also    all     points   ia i-
ital is), daily exi R -f
mails received ai
( ' ... ��� ni.  Tuesda; -
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li' i.    Return  ma    n I '������
an 1 Fridays.
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Return mails  re iei ved :i ' "I
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daily  except  Sunda;.
ee'     fed at fi   '. m.
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lived     I   10:33   a
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We welcome' small accounts and pay interest
a year on Savings Hank deposits.
four times
F.  B.  LYLE,   Manager.
Everett,   July   7.���All   journeymen
Iti ir it; of Kvi'i'i'tt  lasl  nighl  served
tice    on employers    unless    wages
Incrcaa   I  to $i;  pi r    day   they    will
ind dining cars on alii their trains and   BlrlUe'   There is a possibility thai
..'.'.���  their  patrons  an  excellence  of demand wlll be refused,   Tbe men Ite-
<crvit< not obtainable elsewhere. Ileve the employers will be compelled
II   S. ROWE. General A��ent.   to meel   the advance owing    to    the
,_, 1 hird St.. ror Alder. Portland, Or.   1'""    ;   !" ' "' work In progress.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, am!  in   London,  England
New  York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen
eral Hanking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
' Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits  rerelved In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interesl allowed at ''. per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
' Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
I NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. C. D.  BRYMNER, Manager
PAPtt'i
THE MORNING
TELLS THE NEWS
FIRS!
���ii-,. -., ���(,���������.."._ ���.,-._���'.. ���,,-���..-.". JAV-
JULY S,
1DC7.
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
Ladies, W
$15���or���$1
1
SUNDAY CONCERTS       Canadian Pacific
CAUSE OF TROUBLE   railway company
: yju^rst
EA&TCRBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne,
::   TWO   PRIZES - First, $15;     ...
af of 'oread exhibited at thi   fori -.    ,>,,.
. ition, made with their celebrated
��� ^PERIAL   rLQUR -  IMPERIAL
.    entrance fee needed-ail that is ne iae
...... be made ".'ith IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
LOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
Victoria Bandsmen Want
-Mure Money Before They
Begin Engagements.
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Excursion rates ti all j oints 11; sl
.July 3rd, 4th and 5th; Augus. Sth,
9th   end mtli.   Tickets good foi three
months.
Also     Single    Fare   and    One-Third
���    '    '.:   July "     .   ���   S in laj    con-
i. : :e ,���   ieen the cause
icideni good deal .if trouble. f ��� Dominion Day
of tin certs   '��� as to have
Tickets  on   sale  .time  _.*v.  22.  30,  an
.    Ni tice w us given
Julj   lsl :   good  til! July  ::: i.
��� eadei  oi  th<    and I i thai  effeJM
��� ' :.���      ncerl was torthcoming.   The
given ; the notice was
��� 'ii . . imber af the
.   . ��� :,i' uts    else-
'  api* owi ��� er, thai  the
:     made ..  ago with the
the rea - -.mention.
igreed to give 25
r<    $  ���  ������    As the minimum
:   :   ���   ���       . i..;   i-   twenty     the
-    paj ti  -..  h musician is some-
at les     :;    i  the   union   scale    of
ges whi     Is $3 pe        isii ian and $6
���   leadi i.
lege      ��� ;   - .- .   mi rubers of
he band hai  ug in  other
��� :    ' ��� -   '  an  ' I ���   union  scale
El).  GOUL.ET,
0. lJ. K. Agent,
New v. estminstc
Adams' Celebrated Truss  Rod
jStudebal ��� r. Standard and Steel Skein Mountain Wagons, Farm Tr jcks.&c.
Agents for the .1. J. Cha-" Threshing Machinery.
. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
!>���>>> ������>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.$ >>^^^
BRIGHT   DAYS
SHOW   LP   THE    BARE    SPOTS m
''.ill and see'our new lines eef  FURNITURE.      The best of
the latest of patterns,  the best of workmanship,  -vl
the most reasonable of prices.
W. E. FALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
?16 and 7"�� Columbia St.      Four  Floors.       Rear Extension.  Frrnt St.
Kayx.a'jX*Z+2*>.'*C^^^
I
V
V
V
V
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V
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ANOTHER  ROUNDHOUSE.
Lord's  Day Act Compells C.  P.  R. to
Incresre  Acccemmcistion.
Winnipeg, July 7,-1' is stated that
" tne lian    I ai Ifl      will    shortly
���������' enci the erei tion  if a nc-w round
si   In thi    .:>  f< : the reception of
thi   ���   --��� ngi :     iei motitvi s, especial-
f the  fasi   passenger trains.    At
'   ���     resent time locomotives both  of
":-:ei   and passenger  trains are  re-
ceivi ! in th esame round house. This
is proving unsatisfactory fur two rea-
si :e-.    The buUding is somewhat  too
small for the rapidly increasing business oi ilie oompany, and In addition
th.   use of the same building for the
reci ption    of    both    passenger    and
freighl  locomotives  has  never    been
entirely satisSactory.
The   new   building   to   bi   built   for
the  passenger engines, will have accommodation probal iy for eighteen lo-
' - m livi s.   1 he o n ration of the new
Lord's   Daj   a I   is   said  to  have  had
si me   influence    i n   the  com; any   in
ei ling to a ii>   ;-i Ti ���'. build the new
���ound house,    in consequence of the
visions oT 1  ���  .   t, a number of additional   engines .are     in   the    round
housi   every Sunday which would   be
therwise employi i in their    regular
worl-. on the line.    Provision must be
for  the  housing of these loro-
motives, and i:  is      obal le    that the
work of the construction of tbe new
.'. ling win  be  commi need at  once.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trif
Rates   tc   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 & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
|     Red Mountain Ry. Co.     |
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern PacTic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
Moge  ''lily for  Republic.
B-jfTet service on trains between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    ic,
[901.
Leave
'   Q.20 a.m.
12.25 Pm-
0 40 a.m
Another Surfeit of
BARGAINS
100 only, Canvas Chairs for verandas, lawns, etc., regular 65c value
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 and Saturday snap -
100 dozen Brass Extension Rods,
will extend 42 inches; regular 15c
value.
Friday and Saturday snap - 5c
Day Train
..  Spokane
.. Rossland
..  Nelson  ..
Arrive
...715 P.m.
.. .4.10 p.m
.. 6.45 p.m
H   A. TACKSON
hingle and Saw Mill
vfACHINERY
ie Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
ie Canadian Bank of Commerce
ic!uP Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
:ER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD, General  Manager,
A GENERAL BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Ochre  Deposits  Found.
Saskatoon,   July   T.���At   i.'.'Ae   lake,
a  place  aboul   thirty  miles    wesl of
the  South   Elbow    and    sixty    niiles
lere   has   een local   I < chre ol
iin   iichest q i ��� . isited in whal
-��������� ms .ei::'. st unlinuti . quantity s, Mr.
Kg; ll,  mining  ������ n. ni ei   ��� I  Quebec, a
man   thoi inghlj   familiar   with ochre
���  pai tii da ly, has     tui ned from
!. ike lake after e  i lose examinatli ���
.. .���: tnplish  which Mr,   ^gall madi
trip from Qut i-.v.     ',: is l\U can-
Jid opinion thai th��  minei shoj every
earance i f having large quantil les
of minerals,    IU  ta .��� \    a< . with Him
samples from the lodes.    Incidentally
: tie ' ngiui er   tates thai then' is ochre
ti  make all t oh rs.   He foun 1 deposit ���
frei  fi   m grit, an I imj roving the fur-
l  ��� ��� back il  joes     v. hile   ai  the mine
over 100 tons ol ochre was removed.
Ins  were fi un 1  : i widen  and
i ���       ilnation.    The objeel
_ the trip i prove the mine . for
'   | b< eu   xamine I   ibi it two ..��� are
: go.    The    : ���. lng    tai     i e i    of  tii"
test satl a ti   gi atlemen In-
��� .' I,    [l  might  . -��� mentlohi d thai
largesl  lod<   ol red eee'::.' i-i Eng-
aim a ia sis ini' ���    wl le,
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
'���THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains  Everv Day ln the  Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIX OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
ind LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
.vorld. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
iti section sleepers, luxurious dining
:ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
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. LEE'S
Furniture Emporium
Diiponf Block, Columbia Street, New Westminster I
Phone   73
IHSGWSTOIWfKW
ADVERTISE  IN   THE  NEWS
Grand Trunk R
y.
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FAReMERS'  BANKING.
;'      '"ility  afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
"'   or taken   for collection.
'  ���  BY  MAIL���Deposits  may be made or* withdrawn oby mall.
���    ounts  receive every attention.
N'l-W WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. K. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   BVENINQS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Excellent Train Service Between    *
Phone 101
TAKE
^e White Pass
ln<l Yukon Route
inSj^D, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
��!.<,.,;, ".,kSE.   DAWSON   and
Iti'hyi Uai,y  trains  (except
Kreu   .Ifl'3"."1!   Passengers,   mail,
V..        ".'"    freight    connect    with
Jlntainin   rcr��sa and White Horse,
Woi ��� tg a thr��UKh winter service.
'"'"""ation  apply to
''   ROGERS,  Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver.   R.  C
\     "il:"'' IN THE DAILY NEWS,
, Second-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS, RANGES, STOVES,
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS, ETC.
Rushton & Speck
 The-���
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do all kinds
of   general   repairing.
Sign  Man on Wheel.
| Columbia St. ^w Westminster.
Phone 375
Eody Eaten by Coyotes.
Swifl Current, Sask., July 7 ���
c instable Sm dden, of the R. N. W. M.
P., returne I Erom Bull la :e ��her ��� he
has bei j searching for the bodies ol
the Smith brothers who disappeared
during n bllzssard lasl winter. Donald
sine lair, a rancher, report! I that he
e, un ! some clothes and the constable
wi nl to the spot, which is In a coulee
on Swlfl Current creek, about, twenty
mile e . lutheasl of Gull lake, He
fountl the clothing airing and other
articles by which he was able to identify the remains of Francis Smith, the
younger brother. The body had almosl entirely disappeared, having
been eaten by eoytoes, ami only the
shin! ;iii"--\ knee-caps nnd hip bones
could be found near the spot. The.
sk'ill was found about a mile away.
Xo trace of Edward Smith, the older
hint her, has yet been found.
The local council of women will
i meet this afternoon in the board of
' trade room.
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.
j Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, III.
100 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
: Reichenbach Company i
LIMITED.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
���
Iii.
9.
'4
*
Highest Cash Price Paid
:*::*
:f��fl^f^��fr��#��'-;W.^
pi.'I   ',. I'l'l THE  DAILY  XEWS.
1  Monday,
IlilYi
11
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
ihing   Company   Limited,   at   their
JBi'QS,   corner   of   Sixth   and    Front
Streets, New Westminster. B. C.
E.  A.  Paige Manager
There's no reason why you
should buy "cheap" imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more ��� is  absolutely  pure ��� and
goes farther.    Get WINDSOR.
193 W
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,
10
PORTUGUESE   CRISIS   ACUTE.
blic   Greeted
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines -o   King.s Appearance in Pub
the  inch.     Five   cents   per line   for Wjth ^^
Lisbon, .Inly  7.���Nearly    a,    n_6nt.li
gas gone hy since parliament was dis-
SUbsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For   time   contracts,   special   positions, apply to advertising manager.      missed and government, by dictatorial
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or j d |i��garate��    Popiilur discon-
deaths,  50c.     Wants,   for sales,  lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent1 tent with the government and with the
rier  word.     No  advertisement taken: liing    ]s    ^^^
for less than 2a cents.
Every municipal
council in the country is preparing to
send messages of protesl to the king,
who, in spite of the queen mother's
urgent advice to the contrary, still refuses to dismiss the cabinet anl recall 'parliament.
The newspapers nre urging refusal
to pay all taxes which in the popular
opinion, are being unlawfullj levied,
since they have not been approved by
parliament,
Three times in the pasl w k the
queen was the objecl of hostile' public
"_yuie j demonstrations. Tbe king rarely leaves
.. - ',i ���;.��� ,,. -���,������ : ther established the palace' and nas caasefl '" attend
bv a receni decision. The inly nun- ""' bullflghta, knowing thai his ap-
Ishmenl which can be metej oul to a I*"���"* ln Publl<= would be greeted
corporation is a fine, bul thai punish-|by hlB8es from i,is subjects
TELEPHONES.
Day Office    A22
Night Office   B22
<Bjt'i{^f;Qt��ri_.
MONDAY,  JULY 8  1907.
THEIR   RESPONSIBILITY.
The facl thai railway   corporations
are criminally liable where Injury to
passenger., results   from   pi
the terrible nature of his injuries. \V.
1). Hobson was working a Bhort rt's-
tance away and ran to the injured
man's assistance. With the help of
W. I). Walker, he was oonveyed to his
house on a stretcher, anl everytning
possible- was done for aim. Fortunately, the tremendous c mcussio i had
numbed his nerves, and he suffered
very little.
Medical   assistance   was   procured
from Kelowna as soon as possible
but nothing could be done to s.ive
Mr. Ritchie's life, and he died four
hours after the accldenl. He hire
iij> wiih fortitude, and when told
there was no hope for him, said he
preferred to .lie rather than live a
useless cripple. He could give no
explanation of the cause of the explosion, and It is yet shroud"! In
mystery. The most probable supposition is that one of the caps exploded from a slight jar and '.Is*
charged  the dynamite.
CLASSIFIED  ADVERTfSfiMBNTS
'wanted���A  waitress at   ilu- Windsor Hotel.   Apply on the premises.
Can You Beat This!
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT���For
three months;  six rooms. Third av- |
enue  and   Ninth   street.    Apply  J.
H.   Todd,  Music    Sion',    Columbia,
street. t"-'i
WANTED���Thirty to forty women
anil girls at Fruit Cannery. Also a
few active boys 16 to 18 years of
.age. Apply at Westminster Fruit
packing company, Ltd., Front St,
ment can be made very effectual If the
law officers are prompl and decided in
bringing offending corporal ions to
hook. While it Is true thai a corporation, in the old phrase, may be desti-
tute of either a soul or a body upon
The government is still obstinate.
Education Is at a standstill, all the
universities and schools being closed
owing to the students' strike. Every
party is now arrayed againsi the
cabinet, and the popular agitation is
Accountant's Tragedy.
Berlin, .Inly 7.���For a I rag time
past the speculations of the accountant of the Hoyal Hank of Nurembiirg,
Herr Fehlliamnier, had turned out disastrously. When ruin stared hlm in
the face he decided lo put an end to
his  life.
Accordingly he took    his  wife and
two children for an outing to a neigh-, ��� 	
boring forest. Obtaining his wife's HOUSE AND TWO LOTS t > rent
consent, to kill her, he fired a revolver splendid location: corner site or
at her und afterwards    at    the    two     car line, eight minutes
WANTED���Girl  with    some   experience   In     confectionary    and     ice
cream     parlor.     Apply.    Purdy    &|
McKlllop, next  tram  office.
TEACHERS   WANTED���For   Central
School, this city.     One    Male    for
Division   ���'!,   Roys'   School;   one  Female for primary work.    Applications
received up to noon of the ll'h inst.
R.   LENNIE, Sec.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY -We furnish help of all kinds, farm, bush,
saw mill, railroad labor, h itei help,
etc., etc. male or female. Write
Canadian Pacific Employmenl Agcy.
506 Cordova street wesi Vancouver.
A six-room modern liouse, in good repair, on
a lot 55 x 165 feet, all in fruit trees, 'one
block from city car,   on   Fourth   Avenue.
Price   $1,800
Half cash,      -      -       balance easy tenhs,
Hale &  Lane
i
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  3 35 P. O. Bon 26||
Here You Ar J
lie
Jo
which punishment   may be visited, it|creat,nS :l UgMy dangerous situation.
is     possess,'el  of :i   pocket
children. Finally he turned the wea- ,
non againsi himself, lodging n bullet
in his head. His wife and one of the
unfortuaate children are dead, and the
unfortunate accountant himself is
mortally wounded.
office,
office.
Apply   P.   A.   Dai
post
Xews'
and   the
said pocket is commonly held to be
about the most sensitive pan of Its
organization.
Commenting on the decision referred to, the liiobe' says:
"Mr. Justice Riddell, in (jiving judie.
lal sanction to a settlemenl offerelby
the' Canadian Pacific   Railway   coin-
Dynamite  Explosion   Kills Man.
Kelowna, duly 7.���A most distressing accident happened on Saturday
morning by which C. G. Ritchie, a
fine young fellow only _.'_! ..ears of
age, lost his life.
The deceased was engaged in clearing operations on  his own    land    In
pany to the family of one of iis wn-  the South Okanagan district, and was
ployees, who had been killed   by   the
collapse of a bridge, lias made ii pei-
fectly clear that the   company   do. s
nol  thereby escape liability for crim.
iinl prosecution. *   *   *   *   *     The
principle underlying the decision.-  is
that, as a public carrier, the railway
company had undertaken to carry pas-land
sengers   safsly,   and    was   i hei efore'
bound  to exercise proper   care    ;,:ij
diligem i   In the performance   of    its
corporate  powers.    Failure '���.  ,.o  s
w 's crlaifn'il, and  for Its crti ie    t! e
company was properly indicta il .. The
s ettlemenl of ibis principle .n the in-
"��� ������ i th public is matter for congratulation, li is much betti u
have the company, as we'l as its em- :
:".'' i b Id crimin illy lia lie for ac
��� ��� nts e to ] reventi1 h I ".en ,���;,
1 on el er of the trai , of '],.��� roll
lng stock.
carrying twelve sticks of dynamite
In a bucket together with some detonators, when the powder exploded
with shocking result. Ritchie's left
leg being blown clean off below the
knee, a deep wound Inflicted in the
right leg and his chest badly torn
punctured. liis head escaped
injury, and the unfortunate victim
never   lost consciousness, in   spite of
Old  Pioneer  Hurt.
The    Leduc    representative    says:
."Joseph Averly, the old man reported
last week ,as being thrown from a
horse south of town and having several ribs broken, was brought to town
Sunday and taken to the hospital in
Strathcona. Father Joseph claims to
be a centenarian and to have lived in
this western country for eighty years.
He. travelled from place to place In
an  old   Red  river cart, and carried n
1 letter from the convent at St. Albert
I recommending him to the charity of
the public. Highly years ago ae
travelled the trail from Calgary to
Edmonton in the interest of the Hudson Hay company���the first white man
; over the trail."
FOR  SALE���One  second-hand   range,
suitable for large restaurant or log-
���ging camp, 6ftx3ft.6in.    Apply to Alex
Speck, Second Hand Store, Speck Blk.
Dr. T. Hoggan, M.R.C.V.S., Edinburgh,
Veterinary Surgeon
Having commenced practic? in New
Westminster, messages can he left at
D,   S.   Curtis'   Drug   Store.   Columbia
.street;   'Phone 43, until I have made
my office arrangements.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively in timber.    Have large and small
tracts  on   water.     If  you   wish   to
.    buy or sell, see me    'C. R. ('handler.
407 Hastings St.,  Vancouver, B.C.
A CHANCE FOR The MANl
of SMALL CAPITAL
LOST���i.riady afternoon In the vicinity of Central school ya 1 or Sixth
street, an Amethyst Scarlet set in
gold,   with chain  attachi d.    Finder
please return  to N'ews Office.
A  base ial] pla .'er    li   ' bitario   has
I i en     ��� tenc il to fifte en days in jail
:' "������ ass    Iting the um  Ire,   Thus tl n
the  i i      in ilism he lav   die .   -
gird om  mosl di n I;    lu  ishe l traditions.
rin- Montreal Star, which is a
straighi ,; Conse rvative paper, ha ���
this io sa about Mr, Bor li n's first
lieutenant, the Hon. Geo, K. Foster:
"li was Mr. Foster n ' i knew perfectly well the laws i : this coun rj
concerning the Investment of I u I
funds, and who violated those laws by
borrov. i'i < ni iney on behalf of a syn- !
dictate from tho Union Trust company
of which he was manager, on the
��� il. of stock in : si ee iiative land
i ompan;."
A Vlctorl i ji ipe   -       that tli   I   n
servative orgaus  "will    en.le.avoi    to
sui vive" so thing the   Daily   Xews
.!'>   tl       ih.in. Dn    our i onl em p u
"O" i'< I lilnk    lie ,i    am    censure,
'���'��� ������-���> vi    veil  h    rve I  i   mid afl'e   ���
true I lue    Com   . . organ?   The
eaul ii is tl       hal     ori    of
thin. off t n tn  in. . water off
���i due ark. The; are so full of n
smug c iiei'ii: so absolute!} u i
that i . are "it" and that wi, .1 mi
wlU 'ii" with them!
Still Talking
We have thirty K>acre Farms,
suitable for fruit, dairy or chicken
ranches. Rich black soil, no stones,
sand or gravel. Only 8 miles from
New Westminster, handy to either
boats or C.P.R. trains, in thickly
populated district. A chance for
the small speculator. Don't
miss this. Come before they
are all bought up.
Prices from $800 to $1000
a farm; one-third cash, balance
over 24 months.
iu.
but
r
tea
DO.
SUMMER
hoeS
FRASER VALLEY
REALTY COMFY
Real Estate, Insurance and Business Brokers, Murchie Blk|
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
510
Iat
Specials for Today
60 pairs Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords,
Blucher cut, large eyelets���a most stylish shoe $1.75 a pair
Ladies' Tan and. chocolate shade Oxfords, Goodyear welt and turn soles, all
American manufactured, $2.50 to .$.'3.50
PUKE GOODS ARE
I CoWan'S Perfection COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallion*, E.tc.
"WALK-OVER" SHOES For Men   1 g Cowan's Cake Icings
A .;������>. .'il admiral of the ('. S, navy,
��!> i bn bi ":i visiting the Par East, la
quoted :i- saying thai war between his
counti;, and Jap.an is "inevitable."
Thai is rubbish, of course, War i -
tween (hose nations is iwsslble   un-
rtunati ' . and certain causes which ,
mei;, i ring aboul war are al work wil i'
some ai tivlty; bul ii is pretty certain
thai the besl people both In the V, s.
and Japan   would  do  much  to avoid
war, and thai King Edwar I and   his
government who have Influence   with '
both nations, would do all thai waa In
their power to avert It.
Seamen Mix With Mexicans.
N'orfoll . We . July 7. ���Seaman Clapp,
ol iii" battleship Ohio, Is In the hos-
pltal aa a resull of ;i fra< as In whlc.i
the bandsmen oi the Mexican National band and members of the crew
of the Ohio engaged today al Pine
Reach
NEW   LINES   FOR   TO-DAY
Men's Orange-Tan Button and Lace Oxfords,  tiie very newest styles
on the market.
Men's Velour Calf, Blucher cut, Oxfords���the new "Skee Toe."
GENTLEMEN : These are swell
Shoes ancl top-notchers in every
respect.
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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NSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE, LIMITED,
NE W WES TMINS TER
TH SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC BOOT
FIRE!
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Claim Settled in 4 Days*
Coquitlam, B. C.       ���
Messrs. White, Shiles & Co., j
New Westminster, B. C. t
Gentlemen -
Please accept thanks for check, dated JUNE Zo�� *
from the Connecticut Fire Insurance Co.,  settle- .*
ment for loss in full, by fire which destroyed my
barn on JUNE 24. j.
I congratulate you upon representing a companj ^
which pays its claims so promptly, and with no
trouble to'the assured.    Yours truly,
(Signed)      D. ' McLEAJV.
Wllite, SiliieS 8 Co., Fire Insurance and Real Estate Agents.
f\cw   Westminster,   B. C.
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ULY 8. 1907.
���*������    THE   DAILY  NEWS.
��� 3SB9E1
THE
Gash Stores
:00 Skirts Mated Down
\0 boost the Great July Sale, and effect a  speedy
clearance of the big new stock, we make the
following startling reductions :
1,50 and $1.75 While and Colored Wash Skirls, }5c
Fancy printed duck and percales muslins, all
Mute, white and black or black with dots.
S2.75 and $2.50 Summer Wash Skirls al $1.50
Pleated, plain and stripe chambray, also fine
feeated white lawns, at less than cost'of making
[lone. $1.50.
$4,50 Pique Skirls, sale price S3.25.
Nearly fifty in this lot. a few white duck with
hsertion and fine white linen skirts pleated and
Hmmed with pretty embroidery, in fact all the suit-
hie new materials are represented. The demand
or this popular garment has been phenomenal this
leason. The balance all reduced for the Great July
lale to $3.25.
14,50 and $5.00 Light Tweed Skirls at $2.75
This season's latest ideas are to be seen through-
lt the entire range, new patterns in light summer
Ivercheck and shadow plaid tweeds, all carefully
pi le and pressed.    We want room, so pass them
mt to you at less than cost, $2.70.
All Children's Dresses Greatly Reduced
Now is the time to disp ��se of tiie balance of our
Bress stock. The holidays are here and you will
pi'the most benefit now. Se) with a double pur-
oseyou'll come Monday and see the pretty frocks
Jt little prices.
75c Lawn Blouses, 34 to 4<>; at 35c,
M 12i/2c a yard, 6000 yards of fancj   muslins, plain cliambrys in
pink, blue, ox-blood, green,  small  checks    in    black    anel
| ana white, red and white, pin!; and white or embroidered,
te lawn, Swiss dotted muslins worth up to 35c a yard. Come
aiay and se'e'. 12' 2c.
���T '.'ISS THIS SALE.   HUNDREDS     OF     BARGAINS     NEVER
MENTIONED HERE.
ises
T. li. SMITH
Mail orders
tilled
everv dav.
TAPPER TON
NEAR THE GLASS-WORKS
New House 6 rooms, all modern
conveniences, good lot, lane in
rear. $1,550
Will make reasonable terms.
This   is   worth   investigating-.
EOD, MARK &  CO.
'Tl>e Farm Land Specialists,"
New  Westminster
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CITY NEWS
A Social, ?lvt_u under the auspices
of the Queen'.. Avenue Methodist,
church Epworth league, will take place
this evening. *��������>��-�����&
Miss  Eita McCflmaiOfl,    eif Langley
I Prairie, left yesterday for Toronto and
: Moi?trt'al on a three months' visit *0
some o? *ier relatives.
For cut  flowers},  bouquets  or  fan-
. eral   designs telephone   T.   Davies   &
Son, B 208.
back -and taking Charlie (.albraith's
position at point, and the other defence players falling back one position. All the boys are to turn out
regularly for practice this week, In
order to have the strongest possible
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Just What You Want
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Cottage on corner, 5 rooms, pantry, bathroom,
h.xed wash tubs and all other improvements,
also fruit trees.   This cottage has just been
Painted and is in first class condition.
Pr'ce $1,650,      half cash,  balance easy.
' Mr. an.l Mrs. Seaman and daughter.
of Si Paul, and Mrs. Chesley, of
lb. . . are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F.
C. Meyers for a few days.
The members of the fire    brigade
have Just receive] their new uniforms,
���   ���    el of  the  men   dunning the  new
toe    for the flrsl   time yesterday afti  noon.
For all kinds of cut flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
M 5s Walmaly, accompanied b; Miss I
Florence Walmaly, left last week foi
n three month*' visil to Ireland. The? and made a brave attempt to derro'lMi
ladies Intend to visit tbe principle the buggy. The horse had suceeed-
Canadian . on ti:eir return jour- | *d In getting both hind legs und?r '.lie
ney, se tl when help arrive I, and the si' na
tion was save' :
Only on nd tn a a le    .��� is 	
e tthi ��� " ,. Saturday by the city
oil ���-. Unl ss '. ��� e hoose _ to forfeit
$������ bail, he wil! . irade before the police magistrate n nine o'clock this
morning.
ln spite   of soiiie magnificent bowl--
'tig by  F. J.  Peev*.  who  took  seven
i wickets for eighteen rtfns, New Westminster    was    severelv    det'eate I    by
Victoria   in  the  first  innings    in   the
game played there on Saturday.   New
I Westminster only totaled 40 to   Victoria 209.    A.  H.  il.  Martin, of Victor: i. wa* top scorer with 79,   On go-
in,; in to bat s second time New Westminster score! twenty for the loss of
four wickets.
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I.. M. McQuarrie, whose appointment as fire warden is gazetted In
last week's ii. C. Gazette, has commence! training for his new duties
While driving a restive borse near
Sa] ; erton, Mr. McQuarrie managei! In
- me way to offend the equine, who
retaliated by throwing out the driver,
The Wardrobe Clothier
CANADIAN COMMENTS
CONCERNING LACROSSE
The dem ind  for highe ���    w iges    Is
- ire iding     The  City  of  Xanaimo  is
now manned b,    n   i atirely new crew,
tbe old hands having qui!  when    anj
advani ������  in   p t;   .-��� i -  r ���:'���; e !  ro them
last wee
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An ��� ff er:  is    ������ ng made to arrange
a mail'::   between  the junior  Reginas
and   a   V; ni    n       iunb     ��� ��� ';
tens is  .ound  ; ���--: lie,  a  prelimini
before one of the senior matches will
be pulled off at an early date.
The crop of cherries this seas ��� ���. is
proving -. ' llent, aq I lai -��� shipments are being ma le from the fruit
growing centres-. Tiie local fruit cannery is banlling a Lire;.- amount >f
this lusi ious fruit.
Owing to tiie confusion 'esultin?
fi i ni ha .',:.- similar :. imes, the Wesl -
minster club, of Westminster avenue,
Vancot ������ ts d   :Me I ; i ch inge It;
name I i the Caj alin i club,   Re ires
tatioi    froi   the 1      L clul of the s in e
: ame is t!     reason fir the change cf
- r ie.
A s    ial   ���.     tainm    I      .'
In   the    Qui en's   Ave nue    Mi thi ..
church m this evi . ing, ';. I e:
al! inti rested in arch wor ���.. '   I
especial!    :      young   people,   ire in -
vli 'd  to   itttend     AU   the usual    at-
tive features <     a firsl  class  ��� i
ci 1 v.'ill 1 a in e -: :  :..
The Nelson Canadian., in a recent
issue, comments upon the policy In
vogue in that city with regard to importing lacrosse players. Ii wisely
points tei \<>w Westminster as a model
city from which to take pointers on |
the great national game:
"The management of the Nelson la- |
: isse team has afforded the citizens1
two games well worth looking at, and
for that they deserve gratitude. It
woul I, however, be idle to deny that
there Is a gre:,: deal of dissatisfaction
at the policy adopted. It is not anew
policy. !t is almost an established custom :'���;��� Nelson I i Import players for
In 'rant matches. But such a policy
m ms the leath of 1 ien sse. The' Imported men are not in training, they
c.umoi, develop combination In a few
lays, or learn confidence in each other. And, at the same time, tlnj young
local players have no eno-niragemenrt
to improve.
"It is- not in that way that New
Westminster and Vancouver have developed winning teams, nor can it be
In thai way that Nelson will ever have
D   ti im Ich th i citizens ran be
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COAT SHIRTS
Put on Like   Your  Coat
Have You Tried Them?
If not, get in line, and find out what
solid comfort is.
W. G. and R. and Tooke Bros. Ltd.
Both the standard of excellence.
PRICES:
$1.25, $1.50, $1,75 up to $3.00 Shirt
ALL NEW PATTERNS.
PHILLIPS,
The Wardrobe Clothier
P. PEEBLES RlL
1:7�� Columbia Si.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 3071
A    compl lint    ha i    I een     enti  ed
againsi Councillor J tckm ti    A Sumas,
' by   Le ivis Ge ihar . who   ac< uses    the
councillor  oi     aving   given   work   to
eoyli      ..       3b   ..    hai
��� , Lev. I >, wh - is ���   thinaste     In thai
municipality.    Th    mat!  r   h e-
br iug     ;���   I u   ;. tlci   ol  th ��� Mai ��� i
ini 11.
i h iton, son of ihe I  -.-
of the D   nini i i ho el. Chilli .-.
...���    , ly ill   With :e,    "    ileitis     I
, ici   3s! .. :. ion has    be en
i    ���  ,     ���        loci  ra,    The    lis   i
���  i i noth
.    ; . late to save tl
lad's li,".    As ll  was,  the    pei
���,. is  :.;. ily essful  an ! Charll
lolng nl -ol}.
A   pi": ������ Mrs.  Mat.tti '.    :
.   id  awa;   Frlda    moitiing    a!   the
:��� .idem e ol ������-.���������  - "��� T. ���_��'. Hall, S
mas aged  ove    SO years.    Mrs,   H
has been hel iless I ir the last four i '
,    eai-s and 1    ��� death waa n d un-
. x ,'. to :.    .2: -.  Hall was one of th
: -: se! lers of this valley, and Is - rr-
vived by  her h ;��� lan I, ". ho Is   me ol
the fi w remalnin - pi' aeers,
Woodrow and Williams, of Vancou-
; ver. yes erday despatched   J. Pai I er
Into this city In search of two horses,
who had wandered far from their barn
on Satur la;   aftei n   ������::��� Inquiries were
in i;    al   al mg th'   , >a I betwei n the
, ni -. I ul  n > traces of the   missing
, mini 3   .-. ire  disc ivere I.    A    t'::' iry
ln ,- .       n Ighl ' e In '���'; - city pound
v-..       ;,   in id when II was di -. >ver-
: ed rhor  the    ;      i Ikee; er   does    a >l
on Sun lays.
Buck Marshall, Em. Warwick and
,\1. Johnston, three intermediate lacrosse players, are to turn out with
the seniors to practise this week, and
il [s probable that one or more of
them wlll he. given a. chance on the
champion twelve al the game to I e
i,1    ed  a jalnsl     the  Vancouver.-     on
"CHAW" HAS GRIEVANCE
AGAINST THE "WOULD"
"Chaw" Murphy, who was released
���:  week from the Xew Westminster
penitentiary, where lie had been serving a two year term, has a grievance
against   the  Vancouver  World,  which
;.   accuses i I   leing responsible for all
his trouble.    Murphy    was    sent   to
en after bi Ing convicted of stealing a ph"ii igraph from one of the title hous -   ���:   ii mi ige si ree:. and ll Is
igainst   the story which appeared in
he Wor!'. relating his misdoing thai
���' 'ha���'." is sol '. !;'��� intends t iking pro-
cee ling    againsi    the    big   headline
newspaper, and  talks of  flooding the
two cities with dodgers conveying
all  and  sundry  the  Interesting news
I   he has had to serve liis c mntry
for two years because the World pub-
lls ied a stor;   concerning him,
i! a v i 11.-. beeri for tv o years living ti
aforci i ri tlrement, Mr.  Murphy was
nei i ssai Ilj   Ign irant of manj    things
that have   i    pen* l during thai term.
! whi n  be breathed  the free    air
���:. e ni ������     ' ���   se i out to hum up the
Ioca' : epr - nl il \ a     >f   the    World,
enl   in      I lining satisfaction for the
wrong done him many moons ago,   tn-
if.ii of finding the pan..- who represented   the  World in this    city    two
years u_.'o. "Chaw" stacked up luraius;
a husky young athlete,   recently   arrive i fr >m t'i ��� northern wilds.
After it was all over, .Murphy announced that he would take proceedings against the World for libel, and
teparted to seek for the erstwhile
correspondent,
NOTICE Tl) CONTRACTORS
Not only Phonographs, Graphophones
and Victor Talking Machines can he
purchased at TODD'S Music House,
hut also the finest Pianos manufactured
in the Dominion or Canada.
NORDHEIMER      DOMINION
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS
J. H. TODD
New Westminster's Music House
Tendena tor rei airing and painting
Sapiierton school will be received u >
:., noon of July '.", at the office of P.
Peebles, where specifications may be
seen; ami 1 west or any tender not
iitfcesearily accept ��� I.
Contractors tendering on work are
��� '   ; ; psll   ���       titled check of 5 per
[NOTICE
iOO Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
��� la
Doughey  Spring  will  be.(cenUpJUamount ot tender.
DI) the lineup In future, holding down'
.:,.-, Sandy    Grey    m iv'.ng
('. ll.
CI.OW,
Architect.
NOTICE IS IMCRKHY (UVISN that
5 will nol be responsible tor any debts
contracted by my wife, Ada MoBroom
ifter this date, as she has voluntarily
left my bed and board.
Dated duly a, 1!'07.
D. McBROOM.
At the
Eraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid ���
CARELESS OF SHELTER   ^
PROSPECTOR DIED
Miner Found Dead After
Wintering' In Cascades-
Storm   King   Responsible
North Yakima, duly 7.��� Frank Far-'
rlngton, miner and prospector, who
has just come in after wintering in his ||
property in tlie Cascades, tells a sad
story of the fate of three prospectors
who failed to build their cabin in a
sheltered position.
These men were found dead a short
time afio In the  ruins of their shack. I
Jt  is  supposed  that   the  cabin    weas
wrecked in a storm during the night'
and that  the  iccupants wire stunnedi
by the  falling timbers  am!   then  per- i
ishe-il in ihe' cold.   There was nothing
io he found  which could lead t;* the
Identification of ihe three men. ami i
ihe bodies were buried hy the ruins of I
Ilie cabin  on illi' hillside'.    "I'he cabin
was situated mu far from the   bead-
waters of the' While river,
i
BURNING A  TOWN.
Council's  Plot to  Rebuild  it With   Insurance Money.
Berlin, July 7.���A  ; he:  for-burning
down Hi" town of Siebenlehn, in Sax-  e
ony,  which  is said  to have had  the I
sanction of the town council, lias just
been discovered.  Thirteen of the lead-
in j; citizens,  members of the volunteer fire brigade, are now In prison.
awaiting trial for 'he systematic de- |
Btructlon of the town by fire.
They plead in defence that their
purpose was to improve the appearance of the place, by getting it rebuilt In better style al the expense of
the insurance companies'
In order to ensure the fin s spread- !
ins, the volunteers would carry burn- ;
lng beams  Into    adjoining    buildings
and houses, sheds, and  barns    which!
failed to take fire woe,lei be hacked to;
pieces.    Fire brig idea 'rom neighbor-'
ins towns which hurried to Siebentehn
io assist the local heroes were e't'jpr
deprived of water or had  their ho-sell
< ut   into short   lengths.
THE  DAILY  NE
WS.
B.  C.   MAN'S  WEDDING.
Is   Forbidden   Marriage   in   Kent,     But
Finally Wins Out.
London, duly 7.���TunbrH^o Weils
enjoyed a sensation on Tuesday, wher
a marriade ceremonv was forbi.'Jpa at
almosl the Inst moment.
To the pretty KenM'-e'i town ?:it_ie i
well connected young f_?j*iiic��r on holiday from British Colv.mb.fa, where le
farms over 6,000 acres. ,'!" promptly I
fell in love with the pret'y daiiqh'eri
of a horsedealer in in r,' le 11rcuinstances,  and   pro;/, j ��� 1   u:... .i:u I.
The wedding was fixe i foi '." i ��� I:���;.
al King Charles' eh i v:.e. an ! ,a\ n
pi epai iti in - had ' n -n nude.    Hul on
ie wi tiding morn :": - fa her r;f lh
intende d I rl I���������. ��� m , come. ef a
famous county Eami'v, appe in d on
the scene, and foi 1 '.he niaiiiage
on the gi "o: i e : il? sen's youth. So
the young man on--',-1 ie t \',o- :, ii ���
mony.
But he did not up: cai to Ihinli I!
ni : ��� Bsary to ment'.n i ihn hi ' i
marrii fl to the gi ' nt r, re^Ut.'v offic
three wi eks prevlon ���? Theihom j -
moon will be spenl in ','������ ;fish ('o)ue'-
bla
Fry;  Women  and  Slow  Horses.
Washington, July 7.���Race    horse
.���'ml chorus girls  are  ���-���: e'en    as    :b,
. ,i .-.  fi i the dofl nfall   if C ilel i' ei:
��� . i    Ki aip. <ee   l hi   loc il  poll ���" 'I i.
en, nt, who 1 uighl     i* th
f thi   '    mtrj  on  t he  ��� hai  i
oi en      zli nn nl
Ki mp'i   I ooh ���   - how   a  shorl
: reatei am nml being funds
of thi   :' lie      i n'i Int in ance society,
Ki rn,' n is m I'li.v Infatu iti I with i
:   I ,.   i   layed recently al th
li   .   i ���        i married
man and has a goo I I ivi nty-five  yi irs'
���  "i |Cl     I'ei���"'
:"   "    ' -vice record.
1   '     'otleas.
His reputation
^^^^^^ i'  is lhi'   j;��� j 1.ir,n .a'
friends thai he ha   ��� oi ilmtted suicid i,
Racing Circuit Wantod.
Ri velstoke, July 7.   The Revels! il ���
'. . I  as_so< iatii a        -      ig] es ��� I   the
formation of a r i :Ing circuit    to In-
clfide Golden,  R ivel I il e, Arms! rong,
Enderby, Kelowna. Vernon, Ka:i.b   >,rs,
If the pioposal is appro'.- i a meeting j j
will be held al some e< ntral polnl to
arrange dales of meets, prizes, etc. It
is hoped by this new circuit to se
much 11 tier naclng than lias hltherl i
i ���. a |mii Bible al local meets.
REAL
ESTATE
Owing to the many changes that have taken
place in real estate during the past few weeks*
we find it necessary to entirely revise our list.
Within the next few days, announcements
will be made in this space, of many very
special bargains we will be enabled to offer
L:st In the  Wcoc's.
Ai oi hut", i i, '!,, July 7.    ' le Roberts, lost l.i tii" woods near IDrl   n
creek, and  seti hi I    I ir for    eevi n
days and noi  dls   iven I Is supposed
to have kill  i lilmseJf.
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone   333
Front Street
I^tePhone   333
".���cu*;.
IWhiteside 1 r,,
j Canadian  Banl ���   ' ^ VrS
1 lng,   Columbl ,     ""mJ!
office, New "���, .'������ '       ���
loan. '��� u.ater.  .!lJ
  Sl
Martim, weart _,
"*    barrister        ��� * HhJ
Sees:   New ,\    ' :n"n **
( owner  Clarkson
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I w.
Bourne*!"' Mr" Mani^^CI
: Westminster , ":JI In |,
'   b *��* rrl^i
minster, ?r.
orner  clarkson ,, V , ' ^
Vancouver, roon . ���   ,'Jl^ ��!
fille Street ' ,0 -I, iii?
Bourne     lr.\. '���  McQiaSM
ternoon
HOU'AY,  REID  & B0^j
11   ters,   solici ,      ������  l��'M
������' eet,  opposite ���  J,0H
I Westminster,   a. Mealier, JJ]
GBORQB E. MARTIV r,��,
Ma and McKenzie streets,^
miLster, o. (..
W. MYE   8 GRAY, I:
1891 at New Westminster. B*|
fices remove.1 to Curtis Block,!
son   street, opposite   CourtW
P.O. Box 169.   Ti ephone 64.
11/   P-  HANSFORD,   Ban
" ���    Solicitor, etc., Cres	
corner     Columbia    and   HcKl
streets, New Westn i ster P. r
BOARD OF TRADE.-N'ew Wea,
ster Board of Trade mee'stn
Board Room, City Hall, aa I
Second Wednesday of each tm
Quarterly  meetings on the sect
Wednesday    of     February, _J
August and November, at . n
Annual meetings   on   the sen
Wednesday    of     February.
members   may   be   proposed _
elected at an.v monihlv or quartq
meetiag.   A. E. White, Sec.
6ECRET   SOCIETIES
HOYAL CITY PRECEPTORY.M
R. B. K. e.f I. mnti loci
Friday     of    each     month,  a;
p. m., ln Orange hall, corner |
Royal  avenue and   7th s'ree:.
jcuirning Sir Knights   cordlalljl
vlted to attend.    W. E. Dunlop,]
P.; J. Hood, Reg
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO.'
-Meets in Orange hall tat i
third Friday in each month sti
m.   Visiting brethren ai rdlil
invited to attend.     W, Pope, if
James Humphrey, Rec Si
I. 0. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO.jj
The regular meetings of thli
���'ire helii In Oddfellews' hal), CoW
bla  street, every   Mon       cvenlil
at 8 o'clock.    Visiting brethreinl
(l!aI'.'' Invite,] to atten,].   s. Gregc
-v �����! C. s. Richmond, V G,; W.fl
Coatham, R. s.; .1. w.  \facDou|
F- S.;  Alex. Adams. T ���
*. 0. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE No.J
meetings the flrsl an i third Tm*
III m each month. VIsIM
orethren cordially Inviti I t.i.itieni
Lmge room, A. O. II. W. hall, Od*
tellowa block, Clarkson street, C
e>. Lorrlgan.  recorder;    Louis TO
master workman.
cOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE N��
115, 80N3 OF ENGLAND. B. S-
��ed Rose Degree meets Second aM
Fourth Wednesday of ��� h nmniii
in K. of p. Hall, Colun a St.,
?,."��� �������� White Rose Dei rec Fourtl
Wednesday in each n nth, saM
nine and place. Visiting Brethren
coraiaily Invited. E B siinrh-
combe, Pres.. Jl. Dlsnev, Secretar;.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, 1.0/,
���Meets the Fourth Frl       In * I
month at  8 o'clock,  In  tin   ���������
nail,  Oddfellows'   bli ck.    Visiting]
Brethren are cordially li ��� ted to -������
��nd.   j. b. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R, g.
C0URT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No.*
ni f F'~T,ie regular meetings ol
tnis Lodge are held on tbe Second
arm Fourth Tuesdays of ei ch monti
at Ip, m. jn ,)ie oddfellows' Hall.
visiting Hrethren are cordials' I"'
wted to attend. B. C. Firth. C. Ri
*��� P. Maxwell, Sec.
���| ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m��� iii Oddfellow'
Hall, Columbia street. Vlsltlni
Brethren are Cordially invited to at-
tend, Geo. Burr, S. 0.J N. R- BrdlA
Sec.
80N3 OF SCOTLAND EEN'EFlT AS
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on (he Firsl n"*
third Tuesday of every month m
K. of p. Hall. John McNiven,
('"'of:' .1. J. Forrester. Rec. Sec
THE IH0RN(NG PAPER IS THE BEST
PAPER FOR ADVERTISERS. JLY
���
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
���L
NOTICE.
..      ^, ���   hereb    given that  thirty
2^^' .te we intend to apply to   Tende-s for a License to Cut Tember
IS  OF   C
IgAD  REG'
_,3;AN     HOME-
.ATlONS.
^" Met Commissioner of
ruber or.   Lands  an!   Works   feer permission  to
Tenders for License tr C
Dominion Lar;.   - the Province ol and   carry  away  the  Umber from
���    -   .��� scribed lands, situati
eighty chains and south eighty chains TENDERS   FOR    DERRICK,   SCOW.
ro   point   of  commencement. BOILER   AND   ENGINE.
5.    CiimmencinR a:  a   post  sei   close ������-
to No,  4 Stake, thence    west    eighty TEXDERS addressed to the under-
on Dominion La-.ds in tbe Province   chains, south eiffhty chains, easl e.;gh~ Signed at Ottawa, and marked on the
of British Columbea.
ty chains and  north eigh -   cha at        envelope   "Tenders   for   Scow,   Seeam
Brit, sh Colur
:���.���
Jlwaj
m Lands with-
. British Colum-
���   the Kitsumgallum vallej
  N     - ���   Oommenclng al posl
Ue home
hale ove
of  one
. eaded by any per-
| n> o* a familj'
., | earl of   age, to
,arter   section of
more
Lj*i ' ;'''  Per80naUy  at
land office for the district in
.'land is situate.
u . required to per-
���nnected  there-
tollowia* plans:
nths' residence
ca . .   at   the land in
[or I
|f .... . ��� mother, if the
I the homestead-
,:. the vicinity
, -.he   require-
| .    ,  . ., be satisfied
ling    witfc   the
ll :
j,  .       . ..i- his .leriuan-
[l , .ning land own-
L itj of his home-
|t[,e  n nenta   as  to resl-
-:.-. 1    by residence
Sealed    Tenders   addressed to the
Commissioner of Dominion Len.is Department of the Interior, and marked
planted  S,   E,   corner  about  20  miles   ou   tbe envelope  "Tender for Timber
... the mouth of North Fork cf  Berth No 521," will be received at this
thi   Kitsumgallum rive:    above   Kit-   Department until 12 o'clock noon on
jgallum   lake,   tbence   running   as  Wednesday, the 24th day of July, 1907,
point of commencemenl
.1. P. THOMPSON.
New Westminster, B   C, 30th May.
1907.
sea:.. -
Commiasionei
Departmenl
ed on the envi ���;. ��� .
ber Berth No. ?
a.,   this lu '       '"     *��   Cb'ainS   W<'S;'   S0    rhaiDS   f��r a 11CeMe t0 CUt Um^T ��n  Vr;h   Tender, for Licen,* to Cut Timber on
^ Dominion Land, in the Province cf
British Columbia.
noon on Wednesds :
July, 1907, for a lice
SEALED TENDERS addressed tothe
Commissioner    of   Dominion    lAnds,
ng  lands  situate  in
4"   ch.e:ns  east,   SO   chains   south,   40 the Province  of British  Columbia,  lo
chains west, 413 chains south to point the East of Chehalis Creek and Lake
on Berth No .     ,   _     a   .,    ;      ������������ acement and comprising 5 blocks, described as
situate in the Pi t British Col-      Claim No. 41.���Commencing at post f'">llo,*s.
umbia on tbe   wes: side of Chehalte     -������   '��� ������' the head ef Kitsumgallum      Blocl. i ���Comprising ihat    portion  Department ot the Ulterior, and mark-
Lake and  des ribi        s follows i wesl   bank  about    20  chains outside Timher Berth No  44, Block 1.   od on lhe envelope "Tender for Tim-
mprising  "   '       : :'J'   nwulh of Kitsumgallum and Timber Berth 254 Block 1, of .See-  ber Berth No. 528," will he received
those portions ol the I .   (ring lands  rivel *!u'rv >>  enters lake, thence 40 tion  23, Township 4. Range 36, West   at   this  Department    until  12  o'clock
which  l< ���   thi   ves  s Lake   c*a'n "'���   l60 chflins    south,    40 of    the Sth Meridian,    containing an  mven on Wednesday, th<> 3181   dav of
and outside of Tin 2 Bio .,       '    m,1re or Iesa :    :-    shore, area ot 387 ax-res, more or less. July.  .��07, for a license to cm  '... bi
Sec! .-   the north  V"''"      llons s!uirt' t0 ''>oint  ��r <v',m"
'    : Si   '   :   . ���   -    ��� . bait of
s" '   :- I  and  the
north-easl      ..-������ Section 34   Sec-
Engine. Boiler and Derrick for buoy
service. British Colum',ie, Or tettSer
for scow alone," will he received up
to  ihe
20th DAY OF JULY, 10.17
for supplying and delivering al Victoria, a we-io.len scow and the erection on board of a sleel derrick with,
hoisting engine, boiler and other accessories according to specification:
also for supplying and delivering at
Victoria where directed, a double cylinder tandem hoisting engine, winch
to have four hoisting drums and tw>
winch heads, an upright steel tubular
steam boiler of 30 horse bower capacity, and a structural steel derrick.
Specifications of the machinery and
plans of the derrick can be Obtained
r,t the Department here, at. 1he agen
cy of this Department, Victoria, at
Block : -Bounded on the west by  on   Berth  No._523,  comprising   lands  th|.   Cu8tom8  Houg6i Vancouver,  and
the   Customs   House,  New   West mm-
tion
:"''" Chehalis Creek, on the east bj Timber situate in the Province of Britisl
N     12.���Commencing at post   Berth 298 Block l.and the east bound-  umbia, and described as follows:
chains south of the   ary     [   same   produced     northerly  to      Timber   Berth   No.   523,   comprising
. ������. '  of T. L. No  7941, thence   Timber Berth 298    Bloc
ster.   B   C
Tenderers must   furnish
plans   of
on  the   the  north-east   quarter ot  Sec: eon   15,   lhe   boilers   and   engines   offered,   and
possible linn1 In
ree   to   make   th"
State     1h��>  earliest
which  they   will    a
dellverj.
Separate'   lenders   fur the  three  av-
I e In writing snould
.                        as   wesl   160 chains south, 40 north '.���    Timber Berth 264  Block  2, and  that   portion  of    the  nor:'-, west
easl              of S                 Section 1                   ���-'   "��� " chains no    .       : ilnt and 29S Block 2: and on the south bj quarter .if Section  14 not covered bj
'���'������  south             -            2, thes                       mcement, rim er Berth 254 Block 1, containing Timher Berth 471   (being appro*
west quarti         -        :.  it.    .nd thi              . N'o, I      (  emraen                isi ln ������    ��� ot :-'  acres, more or '.ess. tely the north bf, chains!    in  Town-
south-i ..-���      .              Section  15, in            I at  the north wesl  i    ne;- ot Block 3.���Commencing al thesouth ship .", Range 27. West of   the   6th  tides, viz., engine, boiler and dor: ck
Township I                             wesl                 a No  12  thence 40 chains west, east   corner   of   Timher   Berth  298 Meridian, containing an  area  of -::.o.   will   be received,   and  separate  ten-
the 7th Meridian  containing an   . ��� .   '              . south, 40 chains eas:. 160 Block 2,thence north-easterlj at righ. acres, more or lees.                               dors for the scow eu- tenders for all
nf *   '                           less                                     ���  :' Poln1 ,,; c mmence- angles to the   easterly boundary   of The berth must he surveyed within  together.
The berth mus     ���   - irveyed wl    :.  ;"'"'n;- said Be th 29S Bio.:.:. 2 miles  thence one year after the date of the notice      An accepted cheque on a chartered
i                       ssloner of De>   one yeai aftei  tl            of the n itici      '    Ira N -   14.   Commencing nl posl north westerlj at right angles to lasl awarding the berth.                               Canadian bank equal to 20% of the
ttawa of intention   awarding     ���    ������                                        lanted ..:  the north  west   corner of!course. "' chains; ihence south west- The regulations  under  which  a  li-  whole amount of the tender must ac
Thi  regulations    i le     which a 11-             ��� No  '3, thence 10 chains west, (irl>��� :>   ;i��:i! angles to las: course, 2 cense will be    issued     dso    printed  company each lender.     The  ehequi
purchased at $10   cense will  be    Is   ied     als      printed            '"    ~ south, 40 chains east, 160 miles to easterly   boundarj    of   said forms of tender and envelope, may be  accompanying    the   tender   accepts
..- :.   :;  i i point   oi commence Berth 29S Block 2. thence south-east- obtained al this Departmenl oi al the will be forfeited if the party tendered;  along said boundary to place of offlce of the Crown Timbei   \genl al   ina declines to enter into a contracl
Claim N'o.  15.���Commencing at the be��inntnS. excluding    therefrom   any \ew Westminster, B. C                         ��'   frti,,i t0 complete    the work ce.n-
north west corner ol location N'o. 44, P��rtlon oi   Timber Berth   308, which Each tender must  be accompanied  tracted for, anel each cheque will be
thence   10   chains   west.   160   chains mlSnt fall within the same, containing by an accepted cheque on a chartered  returned Immediately in case ot nott-
south, 10 chains east. 160 chains north ;1:1 :r' ' ,,f s''' acres- more ,r ,e88' bank In favour of the Deput;   of the  acceptance of a tender.
to point eif commencement. B.lock  J.���Commencing al    a point Minister of the Interior, for the am-
Claim N'.e   46.���Posl  planted al 'bo on :'1, easterly  boundar;   of Timber ount of the bonus which the applicant
.... th   ���    ���     mer ol location No. 42. Berth 302 Blo��k L-   :< chains   south- is prepared to pas for a license
:
ial and $20 for an- Forms ol I nder and envelope, maj
N'ol      ire than   320 acres at this Di      tment or at the!1
y one individual oi office eel' the Crown   Hra er Agent at
il the rate of ten Set* Westmlnsti
Each : ;��� a< companie 1
by an accepte . chi , . on a chartered
lank In fai ir o the Dei uty of the
Hlniste ol ��� . r, foi the amount of the be :. is ������ hi h the api
is prepared I I Ieen
The highe i n;   tender not u    -
stsarily acce
ton      2.000 pounds shall be
isa output.
W. W. CORY,
Minister of the Interior.
ithoi /.'.��� 1   publication of
��� - wlll not be pai 1
n
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
N'o :��� n ler
'���.Mill" 1.
��� ���:���    .. w ...   ie i n-
'.   '   ;. that application has
egister Florence Mary
;.      the ovi ner In Fee Simple
i lias S iie Deed from The Cor-
\ Districl of Burnab; . to
rham, bearing date the
��� Man h, A. P.. 1902, ot all
i!   i ertain  parci I   or
ti i   premises    ^i- late,
. the District ot New
In the Prov Ince of Brl-
P��I
Depart meni of
I'.   G
Ki YES,
Se retary.
Interi ir,
Tenders for License to Cut Timber on
Dominion Lands in tn; Province of
Entish Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS iddresseJ to'he
Commissioner of Dominion Land.-,
Department of tii- Interior, and marked on the envelope ren ier for Timber Berth No. 51#," wii, be received
at this Department .iitll 12 o'clock
more     particularly   noon Wednesday,   b   24th day of
rl i ei as subdivlsl ins
[vision "A" eef 1"!  29,
of you are herebj i ������-
ie ;|   the  11 tlms  en'   the
Ithln   fortj -flvi    I
��� ��� ot the fii     publication
��� ii rwlse l shall regls-
Evelelgh as owner
And  l  hereby direct
.'' this notice' for thlr-
! :, 'wspap r publlshi
minster will be good
'    i-lce thereof.
I and Registry Office.
��� . Province of British
Is 23th day of April, A   D.,
c.   S.   KEITH,
I tis: riet Registrar.
i, Esp,
July, 1907, for a llci is i cul tii iber
on Berth N'o. 518, comprising hinds
situate In the I':'"' in e o! B i Ish Col-
:: la to tie' w"-' if Chi halls Creek
.... i described as foil  a s:
c   ������; risi
:. : n ir h
Berved with this notice,
' ilmlng through or under
persona claiming  any
saie!  land by virtue of
" l  ins' rument, and all
ng  any   interest   in   the
descent, whose title  i*
��� ' il   under the  provisional  those portloi
I ;- glstrj   Act," shall be  easl half Si
��� i and debarred  from  west of   Tin
Timl er Berth  N
thai ; 01 tl "i ol Se ti
of Timber Berth 2S0  md thai por
of Section 32    outside Timbi r  Bc-rtl
264 and aaid Berth 2S0, In Township
I, Range 30, West of the Gth Meridlai
also the north half and the south-east
quarte r of sce'tl.'���.', 26, the north half
and  the south-wesl
:.. lhi east hall Sect!<
half Section 32,    Se ! ons 33,   11. "'
an 1 those portions   if >"',:'    ; 25 and
::,; outside Timber Berths 280, 261 and
272, In Township I, R inge I, Wi s! o
the 7th Meridian; al31 Secth os 3,
-, the north half an . south- -ast quarter Sei tion ';. Se :tli i    7, 8, the' north
half and the south- '    l quarter Section 9, the south-ea i qu trl :��� Sectioi
m, the s iutn half Section 16, the boui .
halt and I i   aorth   ��� is! quarter S
ti,,,, it. the north half a:,el south-eas!
arter Section IS, the    iuth half and
^ ' iins west, 120 chains
'-. ' il is ' ist, ��� ��� halns - i i! '���.
t" chains east,   10 chain
iinl  of commencement,
Claim No, it. Post plante i al the
north wesl corner <u location No, 41,
thence Ifl chaina west. 160 chaina
nortii. ; i . halns east, 160 chain i
..outh I i . oinl ot commenceir
Claim N i IS.- Tost pljt.nl I about
i i chaius   n irth   of the   no i     wes
irner of T,  !.. N'o. bb bb th n 11 160
.. lina    Wl 3t,    10   chain--      SOUtl .      1 I
ilna east, mor i or less    to   i   ei
thi nce al in [  rivi r to  poin:   ol i
mencement,
i laim N '. 19.- Posl :! inte : a! b-y
:. ii -ii v c irner of T. !.. 7:' 13,
���' en ���" i,;-' chains wes-. i i ch iiu -
��� ''.'h. 160 chains east, 10 chain"
north to i oiul of c mimeno m nl
Cl lira  N i.  50    Post   planl   i   i   iu!
'ie chains wesl of the north ea I ��� i
per of  locatl in  No.    18,    thenc ���    S i
chains west, SO chains north, 80 cha
��� ' tst, 80 i b. ilns s mth to polnl of c mi-
mem i m
Claim No. 51.- Posl planted al thi
- mth wesl  corner of T, !.. No, 794
essarllj   accepted.
Nei tender bj   teh s;i
tertained.
PERLE1
Ottawa, May 30th, 1907
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
... ...    ;.' |   ,.'   ,(;; ]   west
10    i    ill
'   irth,   160   i'h.eiii-     easl.     40     I
eoul    to point o   commeni "-1 at,
Cl dm   No.  52,   Posl   planted abo it
���   ���   chains wesl e.f the south easl ci
ne;   of  T,   L,   No.  7913,   thi nce   lei'1
, iwlns    we it,   10 cha ns    south,    160
ill   . .',    |0   chain ���   II"   tll   tO   P0l ���'
o! c immencement,
[jocated   May  3,  1907.
Loi ito
V.'U,l.i Ul MOODY,
FRANK  VANDALL.
\_. mt, F   V WiAI.!,.
easterl;   trom  the  nori . east corner      The highest or any ii>neli>r nol nee
thence south-e isti i lj   along
B0Utj]    ;,,  sii: . isterlj boundarj SO chains,more
or less, to the   angle   In   sal!   oast
mnda    ol rimber Berth 302; thence
noi   i-ea sterl . al rtghl angle ��� I i last
.or ie  following the boundary of sai.l  Depart meni of the Interior
:'������ .       ���-. 40 chains:    thence north-
wes p .railed    to Eli -:  course 80
ba :.-.  more or l< - -. to    correspond
ngth of   flrsl cou - s;    thence
.oul   westerlj    paralled    to   second     TAKE NOTICE thai an application
cou    -    10 chains, I       loin!  ol com-  naa been made to register Francis C
mencement, containing an area of 320   Honour as the owner In  fee Blmple,
i oi les, under a tax sale deed from the Mayor
���*..  i-4     Comme ta   iolul on   and  Treaaurai: of    the Cltj   of    New
the easterlj   .hore of Chehalls Lake,  Westminster, to  Francis  C.   Honour,
. cl ilns southe Ij    trom   northerlj   bearing date tho 2nd daj  of Od iber,|
end of   said lake;    thence southerlj   A, D.  1903,   of all and singular thai
along    ild easterl    ihore of lake, 2H   certain  i and or tracl  of    land and
m       in dire t distance, with a depth premises situate, lying and   being in
il ��� ; chains on aaid easl shore, mce-    the City of New Westminster, ln the
ured al  right   mgles    to the general   Province of   British   Columbia,   more
earing ot   al   easterl     hore of lake  particularly  Known  and described as
,-, [thin ' he-    loi k, conl lining an area
[ 1,310 aci - . mor i or Les;
The berth musl  be survej'ed with
tn one : ��� ar aftei the d ite ot the no
������ awarding the hei
The   resulatlona under which a li
The Department .loos nol lend itself iei accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers Inserting  this  advertisement   withoul   authority from  th��>
will be en-1 Department will nol be paid,
F,  GOURDEAU,
KEYES Deputy  Minister of  Marine  and
Secretarj Fisheries
Ottawa, Canada, 88th May. 1907,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Lln*
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject tei change without notice).
18, 19,
Lol s. sub
'I'I
NOTICE.
N'OTICE Is   hi reby    civ.:. |   u    d
-. ������ ,| ue, mo Inten I to a
irter ���  ���       ''    '    ''"' ' '     ':
geci  ,:,. i, ...   the   l mils   an I    Worl -    for    a       iec'.a
11   :     Ion 12,  lice:   i to cul  nnd carrj   awa    I
;|M [302,   her  trom    ' ie    following    d 11
tho    mds,
Bi tlnti
ci ii _e w:'    "���    I sued,   also    printed
forma of tend ir and envelope, may be
to ne I al thl - Department or al the
:;��� -,, ot the Crown Timbei   \ gi nl al
.. ,\  v ������ ���- min tc . i'. C.
Each  ti nder musl   b ��� accompanied
tin . - .epted < li "pie on a chartered
-,;. in favour o�� the Deputy ot the
Minister ot the Interior, tor the em
ii ;:���  of    the bonu ��� whh h  the appll-
anl i - p   ������' ired to pay for a license,
No ti i der '���    tele traph will be enti rtained.   The hlghesl or an) tender
; ������  neci     irll;   aci epted
PERLBK O.  KEYE8.
Secrel ary.
:,    ���,; ��� an . ��� of tbe Intel   i,
Otl iwi. April 24th, 1907.
NOTICE,
��� iei:,, !,, or In respeel   In Town  il       ''" -'
'������m. se gold for taxes ns;7Ui  Morldlan;     Use   Section  U   he
late i j
r\\ii
p'aj
Icrlbe
No
the "Land Registry Act."
NOTICE.
th ll    thirty  days lifter
��� '������- I tu make application to
loner of Lam's and
:' lh ense to cut and ci '���'
from the followlna d  -
llllle
Nn.
I then
mencing al a pos! ; lant-
���' al le of   Twenty-Five
'!"l marked James Sharpe,
thence  40 chnins  west;
''' v> chains; thence east SO
:   '  ""'.'th so chains; tbence
ment.
Xo   ���.
ensl hall ������ i -'��� and the south-
easl quarter. S I m 25, Township 5,
Range " Wesl of tha 7th Meridian,
containing   - "   l3-025   Bcre8'
more or 1"
The berth rausi        mrveyed within
one year aftei  '   '   ^"   ]': ""' :''";''
awarding th '
The regulai  ��� :'     ';'-: ;; :i ";
cense will - ' '; ll!-" 1':'"'":
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained  d thl
the '��� '������   '   Asenl   '
���
,. accom
on a cl
, , ,   aotlce th it, thlrtj  days atfer
nted  ;n the coasl  dlstrl I ' iten : i i mai a application to
.   ,   ,,,..   (1] ,n,,,,|  i,,, 11  the Cl Iel       nn I  il mi r of Lands and
. ,. ,,,.|1: .   .'.,, ,'Woi     for a 1 cense to cul and carry
i; ah i ' one mile easl ol Boo timber from tho following des
 ,.. then ������ north  10 chains, ������'��� ��� '      Ibed  I in I i, Bltuated  In  New Wes'.
, , iins, north 80 chains, easl    10 minster district,
i'i      I.   Commencing al   a   poal   sei   on
Subdivisions
urban block '.'.
you and each of you are required to
contesi the claim ot tho lew pur- \
Icha8er within forty-five days from the
date of the tlrsl publli ati m of this
notice, otherwise I shall reg itei
Pram is c. Honour as owner th ireot
In fee, And I direel thai publication
of this noiice. In a dally new sp tper
published in New Westmin ster tor
i thirty days shall be good an I sublet*
i unl  service hereof,
n ited al  the Land  Regl iti    Office,
N'ew  Westminster,  Province of Brit-
1 ish Columbia, this I'.'th day of March,
V n. 1907
C. 8.   KEITH,
DlBtrlcl Registrar
Tn i leorge W, .Tnmleson, i'i iq
All persons served with thla notice,
ind those claiming through or uu ler
them, nml ail persona 11 ilmlng any
IntereBl In the suhi land by virtue or
any unregistered Instrument, and uli'
persons < laimlng anv interesl In the
mid land by descent, whose title Is
nol registered under the provisions ot
the   "Land   Registry   Act,"       ill   bi
Steamer,
Prlneesa Beatrice
. PrtnceSB May	
princess Beatrice.
Princess May ....
PrlticeBs Beatrice.
Princess May	
PrlnceBs Beatrice,
Princess May ....
Princess Beatrice,
Leavi
Vancouver.
. .   .Illl.   li.   11 p,   III
.duly   12,  11 p,   m.
..Inly   IB,   II p.   in.
. July  30,  II p. m.
.Ant. -\ ii p. tn.
,'Aug '.i. n r in
Villi, lit. 11 p. in.
. .Aug, 2:\. 11 p.m.
.Aug.  30,   11   p. m.
VANCOUVER VICTORIA ROUTE
S.S. PrlnceBB Victoria leaves Vancouver, I p.m. dally,
Leaves Victoria daily at i a.m.
VIOiORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE,
PRINCESS BEATRICE
Leaves Vli toria dally eye epl Mon lay
at 8:30.
VICTORIA     NEW    WESTMINSTER
ROUTE,
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tuesdaj   and
Friday al 7 a.m., and leaves Nen Wesl
minster on Wednesday and Baturday
al 7 ii.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dally ai 1:30 p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen   City.
Leaves  Victoria   ul   I 1   p.m.   on   1st,
7th. nml  i uh each month for <llayo-
n'nii.  lea rea Victoria   on    80th    fur
Qua!sine. mt.| way peiinl _
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTli.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  N'ew  Waitmlnstai  on  Mon
ey,  Tuesday,   Wednesday, Thursday
I',,rev.'i' estopped and debarred rrom and Kl.|,,1V .,, j ��� ,��� ,������, Saturday
setting up any claim t.i or In reaped ,, j ;i. ,���. witb additional trip on Mon
of  th"  said  land su  sold   for   taxeil day at B a. tn.
11  pr ivieii'd   by  the "Land   Registi j
Act.
i hain -. Bouth    10
chains,
ch iin .
e ti
>, iins,   - mth   no   cnains,    easl    li
i halns,    south   10 chains,    we it    I'
tali - ' : : oinl ot commeni ement,
[���HE   M'LAUQHLIN   LUMBER   CO,
L'llJ
o ,i  ,.    ;:. c.. May 27, 1007,
V
the s mth bank of Cypress creek about
-.. and a ii i't miles west from Silver e    " . thence north eighty chains,
tl     ei-'h'v'1"'1 "' ""' Bre alarm boxes In the city;
IR!
Following
ALARM  BOXES
Is lhe
ation and num-
Ml      ,. ghl '     ' li iins,     B eu
i bfclns,   and   Wesl   eighty     chains     to ,
point, of commencement,
t.   pommenclng tit a post set close
to No.  i  slake, thence north elghl
went    eighty    chains,    Kiiutli
FORESHORE   LEASE!,
[ce Is h ���:������ ij vi'-".i thai   Ob days   ��� halns,
��� .   date, I Intend to apply to the elfthty chains, and easl eighty chain?
" point of commence-
.   .,    :��� " mimlssloner   ot   l. mds
and v.' irks tor a lease of the lo ���  bora
- iming and milling   pur-
���:  ;oinl of commencement,
::.   Commencing at a post set close
to No. I  stake, thence   west   eighty
Is i rei
' nmencing    at    a    post
mile    Bouth    of    .fames      The highes
��� '  ' poal:    thence  ���-���   st   10  B9snrl!y acci    ed
'uth   i) i bain ; thi n ���-���      \,, ten ler
thence   north   xl  tertained,
10   cliains, to
'  ni   '       imencement.
JAMES SHARPE.      Departmenl
"
'���:
offlce o
New Westn
Each tender i
by an  ae ,      '
hank  Intel '���
Minister of thei ' ,..      imprlslng the whole of a bay,  chains, south  forty chains, east one
ount of the   oi - name of Independent  Bay, bMidred and s'.itty chains, north forty
repared to ited aboul  two miles south ot th i oiftins and west eighty chains to point
i ������ end of Costl Islan I, on the east of commencement.
ot KI Imat Arm. and a'.out two]    4.   Commencing al a postsetonthe
���'    :'   im  Kildala  Arm.
.-.   iprll Bth, 19 17.
WH.LTAM   MOODY,  Locator,
!���'.: '.NX  VANDALL. AgfUt.
I     no   ' ��� -
... r.n-
��� 0, KEYES.
-���... ��� ������ iry,
railway   belt  line,  distant,   about  six
miles  north  Of  the  north    shore    of!
Harrlso::   I..: \  thsnee    "    '   i ishty
.. ...  j,    n   '���     eighty    o.halne,   eas:|
6���Asylum.
i;   Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon an I Tenth.
8   Royal avenue and ffilghth.
0���BUfth avenue nnd Twelfth,
12���St.   Mary's  Hospital.
i:t���Second and Parli Row.
It���Columbia und  Duflerin.
16���Sapperton,
22���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
24���-...eel avenue and Second.
25���Fifth,  avenue and  Fourth.
2d���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth,
"2���Agnes and  Sixth.
31���Schaake Machine Work"..
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P. It.  Station.
42���Small   and   BucklaOd   Mills..
Loaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 ,-i. in.; Friday at R a. m. additional
trip Saturday fi  p.  m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Loaves   New   West minster,  8   a.   m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwacli 7 a. ni. Tuesday,
.Thursday   ami   Saturdays,   calling  at
; landings   between   New   Westmlnstei1
I ind Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.  3. Tses
Leaves   Vancouver at   S   p.m.   2nl
j nil   ICth   of  each   month,   calling  at
| Skldegate on first trip and B^lia Coola
m second  trip.  Time on arrival and
lepart'ire   are  approximate.
For   reservations   nnd   Information
-all or address
ED. GOULET.
Agent,  Kpw Westminster.
E.  J.  COY1.T-;.
���"last. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Superintendent, Victoria.   ' *TR-
*        THE DAILY  NEWS.
SPECIALS
GOODWILLIE'S   FAMOUS FRUITS - Raspberries,
Cherries,   Peaches,   Pears.
PATTERSON CAMP COFFEE, in two sizes.
BERMUDA WHITE ONIONS.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND TOMATOES.
GEO.  ADAMS
Public Supply Stores     prop
MM RICH ENGLISHMEN
ARE CONING TO CANADA
3NDAY
JUlYg
yrox^co^rororco:*;*:*.^-^:*-*"*-*-^
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
Ef. \V. Portsmouth of Brighton.
England is on his way to the countries of the Orient to take charge of .
the shipping interests of a large Iym- :
don supping firm which is aiming to
further extend Its connection wjth
China, Japan and the East Indies. In
a private letter to a friend in New
Westminster he says that he has still
four nionths in which to complete his
trip before it is necessary to enter np-
on his duties, which period he is |
spending in Western Canada for the |
purpose of more closely looking into
conditions for the benefit of his many
coui|trymen, who are coming to Canada, in case his report of the country
is favorable. Mr. Portsmouth's connection is with a party of some eighty
English people, all of whom are comparatively rich in the old land, hut who
contemplate coming to Canada in the
quest of examining field for investment. They will probably comprise
the largest party of old countrymen
with extensive means who will come
to Canada for settlemenl during the
year.
Mr. Portsmouth intended to leave
Winnipeg last night and during his
trip to the coast will stop al all the
intervening points of interest. Two
weeks wil also be spent, in British
Columbia before he sails from Vancouver. He will be in this city for a
few days, the guest of friends.
S
;���;
We have just opened up a nice
line  of   ALUMINUM   GOODS,
.��: including-
#.
| Preserving Kettles
Tea Kettles
Rice Boilers
Etc., Etc.
$
*;
!���: i
:���:
:���;
# recommend  them.
i
These   goods    are    giving
splendid    satisfaction,    and   we
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, ffBIKIB
WORK,  NOT  EDUCATION.
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
SUMMER   IS   HERE !
Keep out those Bluebottles
Fool those Mosquitos
hy fixing up our
Screen Doors ana
Screen   \Vmaows
Negro    Needs no Books, According to
Gov. Smith.
Atlanta, Ga.,    July 7.���Hoke Smith j
was inaugurated governor of Georgia I
yesterday.    In   his  inaugural  address '
Governor Smith suggested special leg-
islation to prevent corporations from
using  Improper  influence  to  control
legislation.    The legislature, he said,
should prohibit the railroads from is-
suing free passes between paeints within the state.
Discussing the negro problem, the
governor said:
"Any plan for    the negroes    which
fails to recognize the differences be- I
tween the white and black races will J
fail.    The  honest student of history
knows that the negro had full oppor-
tunfty for generations tt develop before the days of slavery;    that    thei
negro race was improved by slavery '
and that the majority of the negroes j
in this state have ceaseel to Improve
since slavery.
"Few have been helped by learning
from books: All have been helped
who have been taught or made to
work."
| ANDERSON
I V LUSBY
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ummer J31ouse an
Costume Length
At Remarkable RejuctipJ
This week witnesses the clearance of our entire b
Semi-Ready goods,
:1: '>' tw
We have s-jld the greater pan al regulai prices���we wl
balance at unusual reductions.
���IIH
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f
Blouse Lengths of Embroidered  Mull,   Lawn    and I.in,.,,...*,....
material for making up.   Regular prices $1.26, now 65c: {id J
75c;  $2.00 now $1.00;  $3.00 now  $1.50.
Pure White   Embroidered  Shamrock Linen, lengtl f exi
Ity, regular prices $3 and $3.75;   now
m
$,'50anei|ij
Embroidered Costume Lengths  of mui  lain)  llm n ,
$20; your choice, each   j.. i
W.S. COLLISTER &C
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
0,
a_
% X
BRYSOIN & SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
ttkr Agents for  "KLEENO" TM
Two Factions in Wir.n.peg.
Winnipeg, July 7,��� If some agreemenl is nol reached tin's week I ������-
tween the two civic bodies which are
working on the Grand Trunk Pacific
��� ite question, the citizens of Winnipeg are liable to witness two separate :
deputations of their elected repres* n-
tatives appearing before the rallw r
commission, one asking thai the railway be compelled to deviate its route
through Fort Rouge, and the- other thai
the route be left as it k. Both deputations are In the besl interesi of
the city of Winnipeg, according to
their own Ideas,
IT'S  THE
LITTLE THINGS
fhat, 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.
A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
Price $1800,   favorable terms.
..
run.
DOMINION TRUST COMPM
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE!
To those who cannot swim-Our
Water Wings will support a
person weighing 250 lbs. as easily as
a boy of 50 lbs. By the use of them
you can pet twice as much fun out
of your morning dip.
See Our Window For Camping
Requisites
T. A. MUIR
"Quality and Price"
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��� ';
*':
���
���
���
Tissue Paper
Paper Napkins
Chinese Lanterns
Fans
Combs
Brushes
Toothpicks
Pocket Knives
-AT
���
\ J. J. MACKAY y COS
��� BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
X and NEWS DEALERS
��� 	
*���-���������
****************************************************
****************************************************
I Electric Railway Service f
When you get supplies for the pantry you want them
fresh.     Then when you want good
TEA   AND   COrPEE
why don't you cail on the man who makes a specialty
of them, and get value for your money?
EM.~,xMJL T^�� C~    6th sr.�� next to Columblao
Edmonds Jea to. P.W309
CARR'S BISCUITS
in half-pound packages
c per Ib.
 AT	
Adams & Deans
'flftft&ffi.'
i
!
Interurban    Line.
Curs for Vancouver and way
stutions will run every half-
hour from ~,:bb a. ni. to 11:30
p. m.
City Limits Line���Service from
6:16 a. m. to 11  p, m.
20 Minute Service���No tram
l!i fween 12 und _.' and 5 and 7.
30 Minute Servl;e���During remainder of dny. Transfer Rl
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly  between 8 a.m. anil 11 p.m,
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service frojn b,.2b a.
in. to 11 p.m., except, between
12 and 2, and 6 and 7, during
which hours tlie service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service h.-iir-nourly between 8.30 ,i in. ami 11 p.m.
THE WESTMINSTER
TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT COT, Ltd.
Paid up Capital, S 100,000
Executors, Trustees,
Assignees, Receivers,
Liquidators, Guardians
<* Real estate agreements of
sale purchased on short notice
The Westminster Trust
and Safe Deposit Co., iw.
I'.I.Ai KIK III.OCK
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
*+************************4,****4**********t*******,**
F. J. HART,
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Also, a lot of lovely things in CHINA,
suitable for wedding Rifts.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office 'Phone 18fi.      Buro rnone 137 |
Columbia St.
Ilaggage delivered    promptly to tcy
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulm?
Office���Tram Depot
B U LLE "TIN
Great Northern Railway!
$ 1 7.-to   Spokane   and   return.
Accoun!
Baptist Young People's Jnion.
July 2 ancl .'���!, return limit July 10.
Tickets on sale
Pare   and   One-third   for round  trip   to   local
points in Washington on account of Fourth of July.
Tickets on sale July.'. and 4, return limit July 6.
$5.55 Seattle and return. Account Twenty-
third International Christian Endeavor Convention.
Tickets on sale July 8 and f), return limit July 23.
Low round trip rates to all Eastern
points. Tickets on sale July .'!, 4 and 5; Aug.
8, 9 anel 10; .Sept. 11, 12 and 18; return limit 90
days. St.Paul $60, Chicago $71.50, St.Louis $67.60,
Winnipeg $60, New York $107.50.
For rates to other points and all information,
call on er address
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Bank of Commerce BIdg.
Telephone 194

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