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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
N��W WESTMINSTER, B. C
'vdM ���.��'���: - NUMBER139-
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Phone 85
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE
=3
1908.
TBN  f.KNTS PER  WEEK,
IAD. BALL PLAYERS    IRAitS ORDERED FOR   IDfflir
PRODUCE THE GOODS]   LINE TO aOVERDALE
Battle  of   the   Sexes  This Shipment    of   2000    Ton
Afternoon Promises to Be     Leaves Liverpool for New
Exciting-   Enough.
Westminster on July 18.
A< t.n,
Brl    .
Mt
mager F. It. Glover, of the
< '>.ninijjix    Electrh    Railway
companj  yesterday    morning   cabled
to th.* old country for an order   Cor
��� seventy-pouatl rail.,   the
which   will  be  required
������    nvi ...ii-   line    between
"     minster and < hllllwacl , on which
I op rations are now proceeding.
^'tb  the  343  tons of    splkei,    flsh
���' ���tc., necessary for the laying
|,;-  thi   order represents   a
otal, mo in   of abi.ui $375,t 00.
The ordei   Is given on  the underling  that  the  first shipment of
- > tons will leave Liverpool on July
li and will arrlvi  oa the coasl about
Oct, I.   This quantity la sufficient for
the track  between New Westminster
end     Clovi rdale,     the    twelve-mile
n  which   Boyd *_  Craig are
! ./ .  _ctlng Manager
med  in thia  connection
that II thei ��� was no h laj   n the rail
I the . ��� ������ hi , was favor-
kit might be
ossibl *  ���     action as far    as
a i  .ei a  on by
the; ear.
The       ma   of thi   rails ls to   be
three Ial ordlng
. ..... [ of the iv i lops.
j.v,      | ui  and   iannette  has prom-
j.L,j t0 turn out to the ball game thla
.fternoon,  the  extra special,    unpn ���
-Seated and    unequalled    attraction
the    Chicago    Jadii.    baseball
_,,���,, an aggregation ot  female ball
pounder,  brought   here  at   great  ex-
., . ,    to hunib'*-    the   Westmin
;,. .    [fters   and   bring   forci.....
.   ... ion tn.- fact thai  they are
stiU learning the first rudiments   ol
thi. gieat   peanut   market produi _
game of the southern republi
girls claim to    be exponents   of   the
higher science in baseball, and promise to turn a few tricks this afternoon
that will create confusion among the
natives of this burgh.
The girls reached Westminster   on
Thursdaj   .vening  and  spent  yeeti
jay -: htseelng and  indulging m   a
little game of catch on the oval.
d Birdie Curleton, who po
on lirst base when on active duty, in
speak.ni* to the News \ i .- even-
ked:     "This is the
liu!. ti   *i we've seen since wi s ��� ���
��� I i like to live !.��� re al  a
Tbe other girls  agreed with
��� ���ct.
appar. utly no limit to the
uowli Age   ol
Hit.. .     | osted on the bal ln|
ag... . .���  player of note   on   *���'-
..I can tall. I
in .    ��� .:
If thej. |
e trance as   .
. ���
will ii -
tthi   morning
_  they Will dr..
wed in    ' ieir    unlfi
lack
o Btyle ra, ...
���   . red an.     la t.   striped
htog almost      wh    to   the
���:. _ . -rum     stock hoa
and bei  _.   The skli i    ���   - ��
padded   ..i-furcated   garment   which
D  ,-��� Cul when bII line
Everything in connection with   tae
match Is arranged for exce]   n
Fred Lynch heard a lea
days ago that he was in Uni foi the the flesh having
position and promptly hed to the ap- such a manner as to confirm the be-
per country. Dr. Doherty, aaothet ;.,,f .ni- it had been used for food.
���elected victim, refuses to be '���   The authorities ar Lake St. John are
ont Into the diamond on any pretext (wading out men in search of a party
... ������,.,. nt. has, however, coo. , ���; trappers who had been hunting in
���anted tu make a noise from the tar ��� ������ ..������ of the country, an.l who
* ; hi    fence  during  the    ar*'���*       re not been seen or heard of for a
noon    i. ,,t. [n ;._e nmeing now are  long time.
Bl: M..-culiuson, Joe Bilodeau and A't. ��� ���
ier, with betting in favor of   the
latter.
are  the  teams  thai   will do
RECEPTION GREEK
SPEAKERS AI LIBERAL RALLY
W. W. B. Mclnnes and J. VV. deB.   Farris Show Up Conservative Campaign of Calumny    Will Fight Gladly
on Liberal Record���Prospects Are Bright for
Success   in   Coming   Election.
TORIES TIRING OF      ! LITTLE GIRL TAILS TO
BLOCKING SUPf _<,,, JQfN
" '��/6.
r*Vy.
A mosl successful Liberal rally was
held last evening in thi Dupont block,
wh. n a large room placed at the committee's disposal by John A. Lee ->���...
filled with enthusiastic Liberals, i.
W. .MacDonald presided, and an or-
che
an  enormous    surplus,
Opposition at Ottawa Now Bitter Comments on Hand-
Agrees to Permit Passing ling of Murder Case Are
of Some Estimates, Heard on All Sides.
:ides  having
I Cheers.)
Great Leader of Men.
The speaker passed on to examine
the record of the   late   minister   oi
finance, George  EC.  Poster,  who was
lhe great leader in  ihis alleged  cam-
istra played selections between the  pa|gn of purity.   Mr, hosier's associa
speeches. The principal speakers we*, e  tlon with  the  Union  Trusl  companj
���J. W. deB,   Fan-is,   and W. W.   i_. came ���" r'"' -even, handling, and   In
HUMAN FLESH iS USED FOB
FOOD III I.08THEB. WILD.
Mclnnes, whose expected re-entry Into
Dominion polities makes his appe&i
ance of special Interest. .Needless |o
say, when he rose to address the
gathering u most hearty welcome received him.
Confidence   in  the  Candidate.
in opening the meeting the chairman s'liii it was tbe first Liberal rally
since  Mr.  Jardine  had been   adopt* .
as candidate.    There   could    ba   no
conclusion he asked his bearers
whether they were going lo return
men like Foster or those who had conducted the business of the country for
twelves years, and were led by ni
great constructive statesman endowed
with so much political sagacity,
honesty and upright ness, as Sir Wil
Irid Lanr.'er, ono of the toremosl
statesmen In the British empire.
(Loud and Prolonged Applause.)
The Danger of Confidence.
W.   W.   li.   Mclnnes   was  eni linsias-
Case of Cannibalism   Repcrte.   from
Little Known Distr -a of Quebec
��� Body Hacked tc Pieces
, Jan
.���in woods
.... out a
Ma ..
minim '  ������"���'
i leader ol
on their wa    to the minin
...    ion,    fair    to   the
north 31   lohn.
In  the vicinity    of   Cbononchouan
found   the remains of a human
ired to have been cut
.  aa axe,  : ortion .
(wared   in
WANT FAST CRUISER
TO  PROTECT  FISHERIES
 >;.
���Vi tmlnster-
-Sindair,   lb;   r'uger-
V,. rori.i. J'is* 12���Resolutions were
raphe* W the federal government
.  Silver, 2b.  Prouty. c;  Stein,    >(   ���^ jy ^ boanl   ���r
I  cf;  Peele, tf; Canfield, rf;
8 .    MacPhail wlll  be on hand
It)   SMB.
a'
;���1,.  asking lhal a fast steamer   be
,.    | -lt ooce to  ��� - * fishery
.  ,.. . In    proteAing
donbi. thai Mr. Jardine would head tically received. There was a danger,
the poll, whenever the election mlgh; '"' said, to rest when all was going
cone-. (Applause.) They welcormwl well, nml with the splendid record ol
that evening \V. W. li. .Mclnnes an. the Liberal governmenl he I bought
J deB. Farris, two gentlemen who. there was danger that, they might let
i   y   was   very    wluely   known   arc,   their    organization     weaken.       Such,
however, was not the case  With Hie
il.   a.   Eastman    expressed     tb j  New Westminster association.   Those
opinion that the electors would choose  me. tin,*-"! proved theii enthusiasm tor
Mr. Jardine when  they  remember* i   '���'���'    causft    Sir Wilfrid  Laurier    bad
how Sir Wilfrid Lauri.-rs governme      given to the country an  honest    and
- :.��� the Dominion trom   bee '' pabl���     administration,     (Cheers.)
i of di  pondency into the h     ��� len the Conservatives lefl Office in
i' prosperity, L89C the irade of the oountrj was H_.
A/lesworth  Election  Bill.  "a   dollars,   now   it    had     almosl
���I.*  Farris followed    Ith .-. ;t    ' ��� doubled, and was Increasing,   Thia dc-
.   in- dealt at length witn  velopmtnt in railway and innii .'ia'.-.
election bill, lirst as to its need,  was dealt with.    Canada was knowh
cond as the attitude and tactics   throughout the world now as a coun-
of the opposition to it.   The election  try  worth living In, population    was
laws of Manitoba and British Colum-   coming In, and hardly any Canadians
iia were a little different to those of   were leaving the country. Canada  was
other provinces.    Since  1896 the   taking her  place among the nations.
,   minion government had nsed    the  (Cheers.)
prepared  by the provincial  gov- Without a Policy,
ats. The lists in most of 'he The Conservative, leader, Mr. Hor
provinces were prepared on the basis den had no policy, nor had his parly.
Of the municipal assessment, roll, He had no platform and dared not
which was subject to revision and re- make one, because there was no
form while in this province and in agreement among the members of his
Manitoba the preparation of the lists I party on important Subjects.
ia left almost entirely to private and The difft.rencles between the Con-
individual effort. The government servative 'leaders were notorious,
recognized that in this way some When they wanted a policy Mr. Bor-
aames were likely to he left, off the den made a speech at the -end of tho
lists and had sought to remedy this, session, and that held good till mem*
When the opposition raised ojbections bera met on the floor of the House,
t.>e government, had met them and ' when it was at. once shattered. When
nas prepared to leave the matter to Mr. Borden was on his western tour
the county court, judges. This was ho did not dare to refer to many mat-
absolutely one of the fairest proposl- ters of vital Interest to the west, he-
tions that had been made. Them: was cause he had with him Mr. Bergeron,
also the readjustment of the divisions ' whose views were Opposed to his own.
for Dominion and provincial conm.u- 'r;i](e the case of railways. The Tory
encies, a matter of practical expedl- header had expressed himself us in
ency. That was tbe firat phage ot tit* , t*%ror of national control, but whal
question, the second showed tne.gajji .^ ln;in w|,��� jf V|r. Borden was
tarries of the opposition, This was a [retained to office, would certainly he
Ottm   **yttom   qneatkw.    The  country   j.,ls minister of railways, Mr   flai'i-ait
Ottawa, June 12.--The opposition IS
anxious lo be relieve I ,us speedily as
possl .ly of the onus of having embarrassed practically the whol*'.civil service of Canada by needlessly bioolc*
Lag Items of supply on praotioally non-
I'onteniloiiH estimates during tho past
tew months. They have accordingly
offered lo allow another interim
supply bill (to go through, and il If
probable the governmenl will seen _(*
aide to reibve the situation wilh ivi-
I'.nrd lo nou pa\ ineiil of money earned
by pUbllfl employees by passing
through parliament next week a second interim Supply Ibill of onoelghih
of the whole estimates, covering pigments of all sakiries up to the end Of
this month, and ulso estimates already passed by parliament aggregating  about  twenty-five  millions.
At iho end Of March lhe government asked for an Interim supply bill
of one-quarter of the whole estimates,
bul the Opposition would only consent
to the passing of ono-eighiii. Inter
on a request for an ii.ddil imuil one-
eighth was also refused. Now the opposition members has Been the error
Of their Ways, but after several thou
sand civil servants hate   heen   un-
necessarily embarrassed by the Withholding of their salaries for some
week ��� past,
BSiTi-O SILEL FIOMS IN
A GIANT UiNATiO.
Enalish     Firms    Worth     $3.5.0UU UIM.
Mcrqed Into Trout tc^Secure the
Control  of  Export Trade.
cago i.. B   B. T.���T. Whalen. p.                   ( M   vt.,.y   ,,r,.��� j   of   responsible   gov-   Mr   -[.aggarr. ridlcnled  the Idea,    and
1              ��� tm  (oaptahi),  lh;  Caw* the   cost- ernment, and the theory^ of reapoa   (hat was typical of how the Tory party
_h;   Maud Cnhhe, If;    Ah - ratssar, ��fb-e -over .ment meant,    government IwaTt divided  OU   matters of  firs-  lm
0 __BS  ������'���cq ���   rhe majority.    It. looked  as if    tit*   pcrtUCft
GMitkn. was aetermtned to enforce .
*  rf; (irac* Howard,   lb
--. Blanche Orrle. cf,
Alice
li- a
.leggy
���
ctlon c
tor which as I
H
Howard  ..
,,-*-i\.
Seven Planks.
rule of the nxinorHy.    It    was
....     0   ���'
-ton, -wo bits; peanuts, five a      ., ,..n,.u; ,;:' tag   town   suwe
.... ���   tarts at 3 o'clock shan              .      ,^ present,  and    sab-
                                .   ,        ��� a ta    favor    Of Uit-'.
Kll-TIES ARE COMING                                      :">** "" B0�� " ''
Xbe board Of ' ���'' ,:    ;"'       ���-  rih' "r t1*''  UJ"""'" '*    '**    *""    "       There   were   seven   planks     In     tin
.    ,. for    the    en-   question that the electors of the coun- platform, two loaves    and    tiv<
care.
IF   PUBLIC   ASSISTS
lne  famous   Kilties  band   can    be
to New Westminster ea Tnes-1 tog in the
���     14, if t��me society ore-������ T*TL^M **
.... ,        ,       ,-.,,,    i,, _���   .a..ns,.,    to   H  ���  aun
*e  'he  matt-r  in    hand.     1""
...:
Cran_.-ook'_  Sole Topic.
Crsabrook, June l2-i.und.iy drlna-
locai  saloons  is the    one
Th<_   mayor
m
*,[..( nodisr.
::l,s   r."';, led  '���> a'
of the  Presbyterias   and
churches haw. u^n steps for the SSr
(]1,1   will    not
Cor
mt of the �����*
.... their tSorta
They have
and    sent,   a
w Mtomey-Oeaeral Bowser.
H advertise like a circus and
vtl pap-er and put on two PST-
Owlng  to   the  opera   bOOSS  :	
fl* ' ���   ������u.di, arrangements will have
"   '   made  ro obtain  the  esWMtfon   dose at: rh, prope:  um,
or the ancoor.ea.   *s*mr**��f  '*   ,"1
"i-  Canada    is    ntaMOg    tl��     '
��Mk holiday.
���i.e^'lllent...   to  blfBg   rhe   BSSd
���   ta rhe hands of Oowan M:'r
v' i  ers and city councils art
"Btag   to   give   farewell   add'*
era etties,    This good-bye   r��
-ride,  will   <>"   ''' evwsaee
until  rhe  saloons
try would have r.o eonsltfef ferj
fully,    ii.'heers.)
Under Which King ?
The    opposition    had   Stopped   the
business  dl  OH    country    and    can
checked   t.lw esfi___a.tes,^t.hereby  temporary  .lepr'.'ng  honesT officials
<*
little fishes. (Load laughter.I TtStf
were scrambling tf, get run to the
treasury benches. Ever since 1.W,
the tide f,f ff^ding ha<l ii����n rislne:.
In Conservative minds---and ii[>oii
what, now were t.hey relying'' Mr.
Vfchtaes examined the reunlt of   the
London, June 12. According to the
Iron and Btecl Trades .loiirnul, there
has recently been effected n greal
combination In the llrllish steel trade
with a capital or $876,000,900, The in-
I -million of this paper, however, Is
not  always correct,   The main object
or the combination, according to the
journal, Is to secure control id the
International export trade, and similar
organizations In America and on the
continent are said to lie supporting
the British amalgamation.
Must Be a Joke.
Mont real, ,,'iine 12.-���,1. A. McKlnnon
Is here from  Kdmonlon  with a chnl-
jfnge for ths Stanley cup.
tlu.ir earnings. Were they to be aU ^^ f{ninawif;k) Qotbse .nd Ontario
lowed to dictati. their fsillcy to -^Igi^tfcBS, and failed to draw from the
majority ? What waa their policy . j ^^ thf, Cl(m.on OMSCtTttUfS
To hurl corruption io meason, and out. joun..|s m p|f,as,.r| to discover,
of season, Ot the Dominion govern. T^ .^^..^ j��� N-pw BrlInswlc1i
meat,, but these mud^Unging tafilc* was thfit until the last elSethM the
failed to fiurt. the splendid record ei Jtfym of ^rty g(.)Vf,rr,m,.nt had not.
the Uheral government.   The speaner   .^^  ^^^  hirf)  ?|nf,  fftgt   ftn(1 c()���.
difions   resembled    very- mtieh   the
PKkt on to VSSCe    statistics,    whicn
rhe
1
f;
in
were punctuated w��h applause as ' "-��� p0Sir,rm  ,���  victoria till Mr.  McBride
.onr.r-wr.  was set  out of the  position ^..^ hJ3 mMatTy from among his
Hitchcock Reie.��ed an B**"'' jo( Camilla, in ISM, when the late S��v- fr,eT1(lg_    yy^  pregent    mlnlatry was
' yon,,     lane     n-Ka.vnion,i   ..vum.-nt left, oftlce, and  the position ComMn.7atlvet hnt wm tfw flrgt to be
he coniedian. wUo wii-s a.'    after    twelve    years   of    Uheral ism. strMTy m    jn Q���ebec Premier Oouln
,,.iy ysftswb     .    'he   _��ry Speaking of the poat   office depart- ha(1 hftld j,ls owa. and the independent.
aeverrfl davs had been hear    n,,,nt, he said rnat when the CoBBcrva- movement, l��r1    by    the    flre   .brand
���. charges preferred hy |tiv<_a left office r.lw dotieiX waa |S00,- mourasaa, had ceased to be a danger.
N'ew
HttChCl I   ���
Ul
K-Hte��,   OMdt'i  pride,   will    ne: -^   ^ whQ ..... w.   ,���m   v���f gince tUen Hie Liberals had g(r Wi If rid was first a Canadian   and
"at of national Importance. Th'*y ,. ��� ������.    under   rntrod'uceil provisions enabling a. two,
���   July    IT   from   Vancouver  OH       ����    ���    ��J P      ^
""am,,   for  Ausrniia.  en  ?  j"   ej fn)m  ',|h(, Tom|)H    this   ( ,*., ida. and i two. Instead of a Ave nationality mil religion before Cana-
.  ' '   m   r, South Africa, the ?ont!i^rn   WSS     ' .     ^   ���...,   X:-n  ^ m c0,ratry,    ^ ***.**���,   tn<J   h(?   wa8   gJaa  to BOvice
'������-���.! .*. and the Orient. [*********mm mmr **
next a Frenchman,   the   Nationalist
irarses, j instead of a three cent letter rate m  moven,ent ^ymght to Pet the French
that this spirit of antagonism had
suffered a check in the result of the
elections.
In Ontario the speaker remnrkwl
lhat the constituencies had been gerrymandered, nnd yet Mr. MacKay had
made good and held his own, (Clmers.)
The   Conservatives    shouted    iiisn.it
scandals,  bul,  when   Ihe  matters   were
Inquired into inev proved mares'
nests,   ((Applause,)   in the days or
lha bile Conservative iiduiliilslrnlloii
they knew whal scandals really were.
Ile  declared   emphatically   tho  Tories
/���ouid not mahe �� charge itloh,
The Future Platform.
Ile would vendue lo sugge.l Unit
there would be three Ihiriss of which
they would ii*enr much at Ihe next
election. They were bett.'r terms, the
alleged attempt of the Dominion to
control the fish-erics, arid the Asiatic
question, With regard to the Asiatic
question he had confidence thiil when
the Natal act was adopted hy the
Dominion -.overnmerit if would more
likvdy come from the Liberal benches.
If they wished to Win they had
simply to place the facta before the
public, tiie Canadian public would
know how to Judge. He believed the
Liberals would control the destinies
of the country for many years to
eorne.
R. Jardine, the candidate, was very
warmly received. He contented himself, with thanking them ftg coming,
and moved a vote of thanks to tbe
speakers, which A. Hardman seconded,
and this was heavily aehorded.
Th<u'..s were accorded -to Mr. Lee
for tue use of tlie room and to the
orchestra and after singing the
national anthem the mooting broke Up
with cheers for Sir Wilfrid, the candidate aad speakers.
Two suspect* held In OQUneOUOU
with the murder ol Mi'B. Mary Morrison a.re at preset*,! held In the provincial jail |n HfflLftlV- These are
William Dunks, !.TJ*p'||ii, and Klsher,
a mulatto. It, is hi'-iii-. improbable
thai either of these men is In any way
concerned  with the crime.
Little   Mary   Morrison,    on     whoso
testimony will depend the detention ot
all suspects placed under arrest, has
positively slated thai neither of iheso
nn ii le the one who attacked her
toother near   lla/.eluiere,   she   having
been   confronted   with   Banks   and
Fisher at the provincial jail yesterday
a I'll i noon.
The latest news from Haze I mi* re iu
thai nt report had reached lhat place
lhat Mrs. Morrison's bul, which was
Lakftn from thu scene of Hie murder,
had been discovered tome miles away,
but   in which direction the .News was
unable to ascertain, Constable Huiciie-
son loft during Iho early purl of   the
evening ror the spot ami had noi ro��
turned al a late hour.
ctih'Hs the murderer is captured today, the general   impression   around
I Inzeliner.. Is lhal lie will make uood
his escape. The residents of thai district concur lu the opinion 1'ively ex-
i ri led in this city thai the (base
after the murderer has been handled
in a grossly Incompetent manner and
atv   nol    slow   lo   she   voice   to   llli'lr
disapproval of the work or the
pompous chief constable who is hand!*
capped In nre by a compound appellation, _\ Bt&nley hyphen Spain, who,iby
the way, has nol yel explained the
slowness which characterised ins actions on iho day of tho murder, when
he  I'i'iHul  to notify  the  cii}   ROlicn ol
,\ew Westminster thai e murder had
been committed until nearly ���-even
hours after he had been made ��c-
qualnted with the fact.
MAXIM'S GUN 13 SILENT
MESSENGER  OF  DEATH
Now Vork, .lime 12.- iHMiioiistr.l.on
ol* Ihe powers of lhe    new    imtselesi.
gun which (itram Percy Maxim is perfecting, was given by the inventor
here today. Two large books which
Mitred us �� target, were penetrated
for a distance of six Inches by a discharge or the weapon   without   the
Spectators being ttWare that A bullet
hud leftthe rifle. There was a slight
click ns the trigger wn�� pulled and
the ensuing silence left Hie impression that the gun had not heen dl��
chiirged. On examination, however,
the soft nosed bullet was found firmly
ml ftdded In the leaves ot the book.
FLOOOS  SUBSIDING
NEAR  KANSAS CITY
Kiiiisiis City, .lime 12.���Flood conditions here are better better on the
Whole, The Kaw river began tailing
before daylight today nnd the water
Steadily receded from the Inundated
district.
The Mlcpoiirl river continued to HM
.lowly, blil It enn do no particular a<l-
dl.km.-l damage a' this point. From
now on II Is pr-edlrtPil that the situation around Kimsiis City will Improve
ntid Hint ns the wnters pnss beyond*
here dmuiige may lie expected to fo!.-
low along the Missouri and the WrtHli^T
slppl cast ami north.
Gold Seekers Numerous.
Hkngway, June 12.���Not for years
has this city seen so many sojourners
nwaltlng Hie opening of navigation as
at present. Kvery hotel nnd lodging
house Is full .and extra cots have been
provided for use In hallways. Private
houses are also being used to house
the people bound for the Interior. The
Guggenhelms have had .100 men here
for the last two weeks, most of them
coming from Vancouver. Cabins that
have been unoccupied since the boom
days are being used to house the work-
men.
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.New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
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SATURDAY. JUNE 13, 1908.
expect to win to power. : The scandals
of thc past are fresh In the minds of
the people. A leader viho cannot control his party, cannot expect to control the affairs of the Dominion. A
man who is unable to cope with smalt
affairs, is not a safe person to be
placed in charge of the greater things.
Tho Conservatives have not the confidence of the pt-ople, they lost it
years ago, and now they cannot even
claim to have their respect.
LAST NIGHT'S MEETING.
The Liberal party is to he sincerely
congratulated on the large and successful meeting held last night in tlie
association club rooms. The meeting
was confined to members of the Liberal association, the number present
exceeding two hundred. The speakers
of the evening were J. DeB. Farris
and W. W. B. aWcInnes., who, as well
as Robert Jardine, the Liberal candidate, were received with the greatest enthusiasm. These gentlemen did
a service to their party by an ample
discussion in the time at their disposal
of some of the principal issues of the
day.
It is worth while calling particular
attention to some of tbe principal
points touched on, namely, the a\yles-
worth election .bill, the failure of any
attempt of the Conservative party to
substantiate any of its charges of
"graft," and the position of the Conservative party at Ottawa on the
Asiatic question.
The election bill is, in our opinion,
clearly a piece of necessary legislation, and why objection should be
raised to the Dominion parliament assuming control of the Dominion election lists, we have never been able to
understand.
On the Asiatic question, Mr. Borden
and other Conservative leaders at
Ottawa have remained absolutely
mute, except on one occasion when
they strenuously opposed any effort
on the part of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's
government to grapple with the
difficulty.
The country, we have no doubt,
must seriously resent the obstructive
tactics resorted to hy the opposition,
all their considerations coupled with
the fact that the Conservatives have
no real leader, and are weakened by
differences among themselves, make it
abundantly plain that the Liberals
cannot fail to te returned at the. next
general election and among their
supporters we have no doubt Mr,
Roherl Jardine will be returned for
New Westminster and judging from
the enthusiastic manner in which he
was received his majority will be very
large.
AT   THE  HOTELS.
Russell.
F. W. Sullivan, Cloverdale.
C. George, Hichold.
H. Musham, Toronto.
F. W. Aylsmer, Revelstoke.
J. H. Williams, Brampton.
D. J. Munn, Montreal.
R. C. Waterson, Toronto.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bradley, Nelson.
Windsor.
T. Campbell, Kamloops.
B, La Marsh, Cloverdale.
N. J. Park, Vancouver.
John Stewart, Vancouver.
W. R. Allen, Bellingham.
,r.  S. Guill,  Bellingham.
A. D. Matheson, Cloverdale.
John C. Benclugh, Port Hope, Oat.
No mors n-ei of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
MADE IN  LANADA
Mail orders filled  same day as re-
ceived.
A.  G.  BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamps"
Tenders Wanted
19C8
$700 Buys
New
House
VAUDEVILLE
Central
There is no nicer new frame house
than the one I am offering on the
very easy terms of $700 cash, and the
balance to be arranged.
Full sized lot centrally located,
and house thoroughly modern, having
electric light, hot and cold water, etc.
If you are interested let me explain
exact location to you and show you
the house
The ROYAL CITY |
Vaudeville Theatre ���
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HOUSE OF QUALITY!
W. J. KERR
New Westminster, B. C.
D. C. PATTERSON
Boilermaker
PERFORMANCES
Afternoon and Evening
MISS DORIS CACKETT, the eleven-
year-old  Child  Soprano.
F. JONES, Tenor.
MOVING! PICTURES
ILLUSTRATED SONGS
EFFICIENT   ORCHESTRA
ADMISSION :
Adults,  10c. and  15c;      Children, 5c
Children's    Candy    Matinee    Saturdays, 5c.
BY BUYING OUR
Summer Underwear
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
HARDMAN I CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Bloc.
All Weight=
���AU Prices
PERSONAL  ATTENTION   TO
REP.A.IRS.
Works     at     EDMONDS     STATION,  on the
J. TRAVERS
AUCTIONEER and
VALUATOR . . .
P. O. Box 908.
Phone 418.
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All  business  in this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every Friday morning
Market square.
TENDERS will be received by   the.'
undersigned  up to Monday, the  15th
inst., at 5 p.m., for kalsomining (two
coats) ,all the interior of the Carnegie \
Library, except the Book Room.
The lowest or any tender not ueces- i
sarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 9, 19ns.
PASTURE
LAND
FOR   CATTLE   AND   HORSES
From  one  to one  hundred   head.
FIELDS  FENCED.
Abundant  grass and water.    Apply
to the owner,
W. R. AUST8N
Telephone J 175.      SAPPERTON  P.O.
I We have just received
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest .**e-
lection of HIGH-CLASS
| WOOLENS that ever erased
(he pond.
| J. Eugene Brown & Co. j
Clothiers and Haberdashers
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Circus Day at New Westminster, Saturday, June 20
PEREORMANCES AT 2 and 8 P.M.
Circus Day at Vancouver, Monday and Tuesday
June 22 nnd 23.     Performances at 2 and 8 p. in. daily '
J. N. AITCH.SON
Merchant Tailor
Columbia  St.,  NEW   WESTMINSTER
THE   CONSERVATIVE   POSITION.
What i.s the position of the Conservative party  today ?
Tbey  have   failed   in  every  attack
ade  on  tlie  administration   of  the
i .sine-live departments,
They have withdrawn from the attack on their own initiative realizing
iheir failure.
They cannot point to any legislation
suggested by themselves u_at by any
stretch of the imagination can be regarded as useful in the public interest!
They have not successfully combated or shown to be faulty, any part of
the policy ot the Liberal government. I
They have succeeded in proving thai !
any laws tbey criticized were    made
by  former Conservative governments.
They have brought out tbe fact that
in Conservative  times  the    principa
grafters of   public gland,   and timber
lauds,  were members of    their   own
party.
Tbey have given conclusive   proof
that   the    administration   of    timber
lands    under    Liberals    produced    a I
large revenue, while under the Conservatives,   timber   waj given   away {
free,
"-Tito.* h:i\o brought to light the toot I
that the Conservatives gave away absolutely free in one year, nearly
double the amount of timber that the
Liberals sold in I wolves years, or over
hull' a million dollars.
They exposed their leading men, including the apostle of purity, George
E. Foster, as timber grafters of the
worst kind.
They have brouhgt out the fact
that every time G��orge E. Foster accuses the Liberals of some wrongful
act, history reveals th,at he, Poster,
lias committed the very same offence.
They have proved to the country
that the opinions they entertain of
each other may be ascertained by the
manner in which Col. Worthington,
Col. Hughes and George W. Fowler
made charges, each against the other,
in the debate on the Ross rille.
They have proved how little they
regard the interests of thc men who
work tor wages, by refusing to vote
them the money they have earned for
their wives and families.
To make political capital  the Conservatives are quite willing that men
depending    upon    their    small    wage
shall  be  distressed  and emharras.ed. I
Men of Ihis character cannot everj
FOR
THE
Hot
.Summer Days.
For a cool, comfort- ����
able summer footwear 92
there is nothing1 to take {jj
the place of a light, well
fitting  Canvas Shoe.
^ We have all the new styles in these summer shoes.
Men's White Canvas, Goodyear welt Oxfords, guarantee-1, not to squeak, a
pair $2.50
Men's Brown Canvas Boots,
a pair $1.50 to $2.00
Women's Blucher cut, large
eyelet, Canvas Oxfords,
new in to-day $1.75
Women's best American,
white, pink and blue Oxfords $2.50
Boys', Misses' and Children's Canvas Shoes from,
a pair 75c to $1.50
Buy Your Summer Shoes Here
; irand Spectacular Street Parade 10:30 a. m
100   NEW   AND   NOVEL   FEATURES     100
.   , The only big railroad r iiow coming thisyciir
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABILITY, RE
LIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN, EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully Illustrates tin
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
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ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them ex
���mined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlor,   in  T.   Girforcl's
Parlors
Jewelry
In T.
Store. turdaY
JUNE 13, 1908,
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T. H. SMITH   IHE GASH STORES
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Hie Great Jun
Reduction Sale
SECOND   WEEK
Today we enter on our second week of this great sale and as we
^omiBed you In our former advertisements we have still greater In-
aicements than ever. There are however many items in thc undermentioned that cannot last long so we earnestly ask you to shop as
Ml.|y aa you conveniently can and thus share in this unprecedented
jpney saving event.
SPECIAL  WHITEWEAR  OFFERING.
65c Corset Covers  for  35c.
Six dozen in the lot, made of  beautiful   soft   nainsook   with   real
Lgs embroidery, well worth 75c.   June Sale price 35c
45c   DRAWERS   FOR   25c.
A BP cial offering made of nice  white  long cloth, lace    trimmed,
.,-.       a nicked.    Bargain for, each   25��
LADIES'   WHITE   GOWNS AT  75c.
This 's ilil our regular $1-23 gowns, positively every one without
*serve will he swept away for 75c
AUTOMOBILE  COATS AT COST PRICE.
�����������, ive only, in pale grey and cream lustre, Sicillian touri.-t length
HgD vi light aad dust, resisting, sizes 34 to 42;    regular   price   $9.50.
June Sale price  $5.00
500 BLACK TAFFETA WAISTS FOR  $2.95.
Tli,.  week is your last chance to secure a $5.00 black taffeta waist
(or   $2.95
TREMENDOUS   REDUCTIONS   IN   THE   STAPLES  DEPARTMENT.
Read the following and  act quickly:
One hundred pieces of muslin, silk Zephyrs, Irish dress liu' nn. em-
;:,      d ginghams, etc.. a special purchase. The regular price is 35c,
lie and 60c.   Clearing out at, per yard  15c
300   Yards   OXFORD   SHEETING,   at 10c Yard.
S.x pieces only, checked aad Uriped Oxfoi I sheeting, wlll he sold
per j ard  10c
20   Pieces   FLANNELETTE,   at   10c. Yard.
ilar price of this flannelette is 15c per yard;  all    colors,
ilso whiti , 32 and 36 in* he.  wide.   Clearing at, per yard  10c
SPECIAL   LACE   CURTAIN   OFFERING.
��� should mist   b         ai   bargain.    Sixty pair beautiful Not-
lit           ce  curtain ,  elaboi ite border i Eecl; :'. and 3% yards long;
:������- Ice $1.50 per pair.   June Sale Price, per pair 90c
WHITE   BEDSPREADS,   at $1.50.
f2.0 i and $2.25 white bed Bpreads, in honeycomb and Mar-
elng sold this week.
D all our $l.eo, $6.00 aad $7.50 bed spreads,
off all our Damasks and -aide linens.
off all our fancy Uni n I a.   cloths, runners, etc.
DRESS   MUSLINS   for   25c.
Si .   Window Display,
ee now dross muslins, in all lhe new shades and designs;
���*, l.v and r>0c.   Clearing at, per yard  25c
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The Great Stock Reduction Sale
Store closes at 5:30 p.m.
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[lain or shin
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you win lind comfort I    Excursion to Pitt lake Saturday by
md ma le cigar. ���*   steamer
leaves  1
car, of Victoria, was coaling
at Mayers & Preston's wharf yester-
Favourite.
'M p.m.
Fare    $1.    Boat
The regular monthly meeting
women's auxiliary of the Royal Coin
Of the
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Sep our  _. ,      ,M    ,       ,, .       'bUn hospital  will be held  at    three
oee our ao .,    Alberta    Hungarian     .,,.,_        ��� ,.
ilour Si cn c,r.L-  ���. ._�� ,       ,    r.       o clock on Monday afternoon in   the
,.-oi_i, **,i.ou sack, or $6.25 barrel.   Geo,,,      .   ..   _,
I Adams, Public Supply Store.
The Favourite excursion
la��e leaves at 1:30 p.m. today, return
Ing at about 9 o'clock.
Try a "Pat and Bert" or a "Green' . ,, -    -      ���
1 <���.." b,n,i ���,,i      ��� , ..     J��ct- Wl11 hold a meeting on Tuesday
J-��-ai,    n.uid made cigar.   Just on the .       _ ..,,._,
market ���   ��� evenlnS> June !*>> m the school room
of the Reformed Episcopal church   at
For   the   Calgary   Dominion  exhibi-: eight o'clock.
"on the C. P. R. will sell tickets for     ..  v ., ,       ,   .v     ..     ,
* .n ���>-,   ,��� ,   ,        ���. ,_,,,,,        '���     No better goods made than the clear
*.\).io, tioin June 26, good till July
'hoard of trade room,
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i    All kinds of annuals at Tidy's, the
1    i florist.   Phone 184. **
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j    The   Citizen's   Temperance   league
1 and those in  sympathy  with its ��� b-
or a "Green
Come in and insiect our brand new stock of furniture man carpet*1,
also upholstry goods, lace curtains, portierres, table covers in chenii'/.
or tapestry and lace door pannels, etc., ��tc.
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Two hundred high back chairs, cemd backs,    double   stretchw
good and strong.   Regular $1.86, $1.33 and $1.40.    Special   $1.10   2
'S Mammoth Furniture Emporium -
LEE'S SLOCK, COLUMBIA S~ ,VET.    NEW WESTMINSTK.., d. C.
Opposite Lo..re Street. Phone 73.
See  our   ad.   on   page 8   foi
sliver goods.    Chamberlain.
swell
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Havana "Brllllante" cigar
The  marriage of Charles  Renfrew,
, of    Sedro-Woolley,   and    Miss   __ena
The  annual   strawberry  festival  of j Webber, of this city, will take piace
St. Andrews Presbyterian church   will | at Sedro-Woolley this afternoon, the
take place on Thursday, June 25,  in I bride-to-be  leaving  for   that  city  on
the lecture room of the church.    All   last night's train.
arrangements in connection with   thej    ,,
,.,.���:, ,. . .,     ....    ,    .   .   ..     ,     ., Steamer Favourite will luai.e an ex
unit, least will be looked after by the '
women's association.
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Fresh dairy butter at Howard &
Mulrhead's, 25c and :!0c per pound. **
Hubert Leach, an Englishman who
has been about six months in this province, is about to start a window
cleaning business here. He had experience in this class of work in several of the English cities, as well as
in Ontario and Manitoba.
Dahlias, Geraniums and all kinds of
boding and vegetable plants. Davies &
Son.   Telephone B208.
A social will be held at the residence of E. Wiltshire, North road,
Bnrquitlam, <m June 18, in aid of the
Church of   England   expenses    fund.
Icurslon to Pitt lake oa Saturday afternoon. Fare $1. Come aud enjoy a
pleasant trip. Boat leaves 1:30 p.m. **
Over $125 was taken in at the sale
of work and social conducted yesterday afternoon and evening by the
ladies aid of West Presbyterian
church at the residence of Mrs. John
MacKenzie, St. Patrick street. A large
ai tendance was present during the
afternoon, a majority remaining to
partake of- supper daintily served by
the ladies.
Canadian Wheat Flakes i!0c per
package at Howard & Mulrhead's.   **
Frank Richardson, who left J. H.
Coon's tousorial parlors some weeks
ago  to  undertake    a    pleasure    trip
The choir of Holy Trinity    cathedral   through  California,  has   returned    to
has promised to attend. The proceedings will be in the open air if the
weather is fine.
Just ou the market, "Pat and Bert"
and     "Green     Leaf"     cigars.      Try
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Hungarian Flour ll
$1.60 sack
.25 bar'l
GET YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY.
AS WE ARE EXPECTING A RISE
IN PRICES ANY DAY     ;
the city and is once more sharpeniii
Shefflelds and recommending Herpi-
cide at the old stand. Mr. Coon has
added another chair to his shop this
week, having now three men in his
employ.
Dr. .1. S. liatherly, eye specialist and
optician, makes a specialty in fitting
riflemen with orthoptic lenses tor
shooting. Take note of address; opposite Daily Columbian office, on Sixth
street. **
The census of the city to determine
I the population and number of houses
inhabited throughout the city, will be
implicate orders of the   Auto   cigar J.^. ^    ^ ^.^    ^
proves  their growing popularity. I       hou8ahoider to state nam, of oc-
A successful dance, was given yes- cupant, address and number in house.
ti rday evening by Mrs. Stewart at j hold, will be distributed by eight OOl-
Millside, the festivities being held in j lectors, who gather up the replies on
Rogers' hall, the big amusement build-  *, uesday.   it is hoped that the returns
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Parker Williams, one of the three
socialist members of the provincial
legislature, is announced to speak at
Eagles hall tonight at 8 p.m., under
the auspices of the Socialist party ot
Canada. Five weeks ago Westminster
beard J. H. Hawthornthwaite, M.L.A.,
d similar topics.
We can give you a good pair for $1.50, a |
bette r pair for $2.00, and our best for $2.SO.  *
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We have them with the low heel.
=See Them at=
ing only recent completed. A large
number of young people went out from
Sapperton and other parts of the city,
returning home as dawn was just
breaking,
will  be  as  full as    possible.    .About
���HiOO forms  are being  printed.
j W. E. SINCLAIR,
THE RELIABLE
SHOE MAN
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During 190
over $300 in rent, and still own notti
Ing, For only $600 cash and this rent
on that now modern seven-roomed
house, centrally located, and in a few
years you are the owner. For full
particulars Bee Abbotl & Hyde.
AT   THE
Public Supply Stores GEVopAMS
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B. C.       Phone  92.
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i. HENLEY If. CRAKE
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Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Abated Waten.
Fa,11ily trade a specialty.
113 Office   Eight street
NEW  WESTMINSTER.   f>.   C.
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English Watchmaker
Two  door,  from  Ceo. Adam., Grocer
n.dies'Gold Watcnos from 11275 up.
f^.,KMu?n's Silver Watcnes.  double
.,,.���.   $7.50 'J'.. .   ���     ,
SSStaiSS    .11 Warranted.
Chains, mngs, lewmty. etc.. eto.
Watch   pairing;    ��**�����   "*��ou
able.
Work has been commenced on clearing the cemetery reserve, at the corner of Tenth avenue and Eighth street,
many families paid out ' plans for which have been In hand for
some time. The land will be laid out
nto roads and uurial plots, and this
addition to the cemetery accommodation of the city will be very welcome.
Fart belongs to the city and part to
the provincial government. The city
receives a contribution towards tbe
work from the provincial authorities.
The .Agassi, local conies off on
Monday, as the summer schedule
takes force tomorrow ou the C. P. K.
The farmers ought not to be much
worse off under the new plan than the
old, as th-e westbound train leaving
Agassis at 7:15 reaches here at 10:^0
a.m., and they can return at 5; 15
p.in. There will he two trnnscontinen-
als each days, the departure of the
second westbound from the point in
tjuestion being timed for 5:15 p.m.,
due In Westminster .at 8:40 p.m.
Acting Secretary L. Thornber, of
the board of school trustees, has Issued the forms to teachers sent out
from Victoria with regard to the
supply of free text books from the
educational department at the capital.
The Issue is under the charge ot
David Wilson, and the books will be
stored In the basement of the parliament buildings there till wanted, and
there will also bo a packing room
where the parcels of books will be
made up for distribution.
HERE
��
Many persons no dovibl think it
wise to put off wearing glasses as
long as they ran. This is a wrong
and dangerous conclusion. The
only common sense thing to do is
to uid your sight by the use of
glass-s, without delay, when you
need them. Coiiie to us and we will
test your eyes without charge and
tell you honestly whether you
should  wear glasses or nol.
As our stock is too large we have
decided to give the public the advantage of reduced prices for a
short time. Ii will pay you to call
and consult our optician free.
CURTIS
Drills, Spectacles and Seeds
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
f, W. Heath, late of Ottawa. In charge
of the Optical Department.
Mail Thlets Not Caught Yet.
Kansas City, .Tune 12.���There are no
important developments In the effort
here to locate the missing registered
mall pouch, alleged to contain at least
$. 0,000 In currency which disappeared
last Saturday In the Union depot substation of the KanBas City post office.
The chief post office Inspector said
that no arrests had been made and
he would not admit that anyone was
under suspicion.
As I am about to leave the city 1 am offering three residences and
a number of fine residential and business lots for sale, some of them
improved.
The large and beautiful residence
and grounds I now occupy, corner
Sixth and Agnes streets. Most suitable for professional or buisness man.
The residence and grounds corner
Sixth and Carnarvon street on frontage of 132 feet on Carnarvon street.
The residence corner Sixth and
Agnes streets. For terms and particulars apply to me at my residence, 53
Sixth street.
FIRST
SECOND
_ THIRD
!
A. M. HERRING
BE ALERT!
NON-TARIFF INSURANCE IS
THE POPULAR INSURANCE TODAY BECAU8E IT IS AS GOOD
AS THE BEST AND COSTS LESS
MONEY. I AM SAVING MONEY
FOR HUNDREDS OF CLIENTS IN
NEW WESTMINSTER AND CAN
SAVE IT FOR YOU IF I AM NOT
DOING SO NOW. ENQUIRE FOR
RATE8.
A. VV. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
JUNE
1908,
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Only One Circus
.Coming This
Season
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WE ARE USH.0 PURE CAlfADIAR MILK IH
Speaking of the Greater Nori'ie it
Rowe circus, museum, menagerie,
hippodrome and congress of nations,
the San Francisco Times, of January
31, said: The Greater Norris & Rowe
circus and hippodrome, which is now
tilling an extended engagement in
this city at the Auditorium, is without question, the cleanest, most novel
���and altogether most praiseworthy circus that has visited this city in many
years. The performers that iwessrs.
Norris & Rowe have assembled for
thia season, are the representative
artists in their respective lines in
their profession. There are ii\ore than
200 circus champions with the show.
The costuming is rich and elaborate,
and the horse display, or horse fair, is
the. linest exhibition ot the kind ever
seen in this city. The big spectacle,
'the Congress of Nations,' is a very
beautiful creation." The big snow
Will exhibit in this city Saturday,
June 20, afternoon and evening, and
present every act and feature that
they presented during the phenomenal
run of sixty performances in San
Francisco when 279,8.3 persons paid
ladmlBsions to see it. -A big street
parade will be given at JO o'cloc*. on
the morning of the exhibition. By arrangement with the big amusement
combine, the Norris & Rowe circus
will be the only big show to exhibit in
this city this season.
Cowan's
Cowan's Cream Bars
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IH
PURITY AND FINENEiSS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
What Chance Had HeT
_t   physician    Cells   of   two   yottsy
friends ln his city who entered simultaneously upon their respective careers
of physician and lawyer. Late on��
afternoon the newly made medicc
dashed Into the room of his iegn'
friend, exclaiming:
"Great luck, old man! Congratulate
me! Got a patient at last! On my
way to see hlm now!"
Whereupon the legal li^'lit to lie cla****-
ped iiis friend on tbe 1*k!: sayings "De-
ligh I'd, old chap!" Then, after a slljrt.1
puase, he added, with a sly grin:
"Say, let me go with you. remaps
he hasn't maae his will."
A Priceless Asset
A good set of teetli contribute greatly to
one's health and happiness, They add much
to  the  appearance and more to  the  digestion.
Xeglect is the only cause for the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW. before it is too
iate.
READ    OUR    PRICES
THEY  NEVER CHANGE
Full  Set of Teeth        $5.00
Bridgework  (per tooth)    $500
Gold   Crowns        $5.00
Gold  Fillings      $1.00  up
Platina  Fillings      $-1.00
Extracting     50
ALL
WORK   GUARANTEED   WITH   A
TECTIVE   GUARANTEE   FOR
TEN   YEARS.
PRO-
Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m. to   6  p.   m. Phone   2229
Sent#0n Approval
To Responsible People
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
&/>e Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
$gl.oo
! shall be devoted in part payment of | Langley,  Matsqui, Sumas
the cost of construction of the   sai.l ,v.*'.ek and the Power Com " ""
] steel ibridge or otherwise on   Ltfriu Is- jagreementa were duly    ,','..
Iliand as the Council may by resolution 'confirmed by by-laws ',.
: determine. L'-v the Municipal Council
These        H
Two          EH
Popular    pi
Articles    MM
for only   U
Bv I__.K_��� _Ull
Post
paid
ta any
address
: .'   li.STKA.
Illustrations _._
Lxdot i>.ii
Every pen guaranteed
ful! 14 Kt. (sclid Gold���cut
ou i i^li t. hand may be had
in either our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpai-
eut, as desired, either in
plain or engraved finish,
as preferred.
You mny try thin pen a wm).,
if you Mu ti.-l linU itus re|>rt.iir'iite��..,
a lifitrr  article th..n you can n.-
CUrO   tor   Mill  TIMBI  IHIS   hffcllAL
FJUCI in any other make, if Hut
entirely latlufnctory in every re-
iptct return it ami we will tend
yuu $1.10 for it.
Ct-T ox ii.tr is our fninntis nnd \
Popular RM Om ink Pencil, a
complete l��uk proof triumph, nay
lis carried it. any poiitlou in
pocket or ihopplug htn:, Wrltoi i.l
any ��nt.le at first touch. Platinum I *!�� ri n p) feed) Iridium
point, polished vulrani71.1l rubber
case, tcira COtta finii.lt. Retail
| everywhere f*��r 12.60, Apents
wanted   Write for term*,   wrlta
now " lest you forget."    Add roil
Laughlin Mfg. Co.'
225     Majestic Bldg..
Detroit, Mlnb.
m 1
fl
(2) This Bylaw before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the ratepayers of the Municipality of the said Corporation in like
manner as is requisite for the issue of
debentures for lhe raising of any lorm.
(3) This By-Law may be cited as
the "Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
iaos."
Done and passed in open Council
this 20th day of January, 1908.
Keceived the. assent of the ratepayers this        day of 1908.
Reconsidered and finally passed this
day of       , 11*08.
.
���un
PasaeJ
Corporations, the agrees
the  Corporation of  th,
Chilliwack   and   ������.   ,,.
l*ing also ratified and confir,
"The  Chilliwack    Citj
Act" (1908). '  *''���<-
The water, at ,���,,,,,
the Power Company  ,.   ,
qmtlam and from  Lai,       '
bo utilized to generate th
quired  to  operate  the
undertaking of   thv   ,..
and  it is proposed  to  ���
Power, light and heal i
weans of pole nn,i 	
I
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
j copy of the  proposed  By-Law  which
will be taken into consideration    b,*
the Municipal  Council of the City of
I New Westminster one month from the
���WreM
"ne "' ' eetid
i lirst publication thereof in the "Dally j Westminster to the    ,  ;
| Columbian," and "Daily News" news-   wa<tfj    an.l    the   ,,,.,.,,'
I papers, which first publication    took ti ansmisslon lines ln con
.place on  the 20th day of .May,  1908,  with;
iml t^usmission^
rom any of the power ho.
stations or transmission | ,.     .   "1
^wer Company .throughourielT
aiea within  which .1 '    *""���
teking of the Power Com   '     **��
carried on, an, as is her,
*��� A"" 'his is fur,;
mat the flrsl part or ,
tald undertaking and
approved, will be the I
railway from the sale .
���Vi,
:.
MAIL CONTRACT
and that a vote of the electors of the
! City will he taken on the said proposed By-Law on the 22nd day of
fjune, 190S, between the hours of nine
'.o'clock a.m., and five p.m., at the
; following places, namely, the Council
[Chamber, Civic Building, the Plre
| Hall, Sapperton; and the Light Sta-
, tion, Tenth street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
;City Hall, May 20th, 1908.
PART  IV.
1   "WATER   CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION  ACT,   1897."
(3)   And this   is   _m    ,
that the Power Compai
duly subscribed before
ha.d
.
the construction of th,    aid        ,J
undertaking  and   works,  or ,
any of the powers In tha    ���
y the "Water (,,,
dution Act, 1897," Part IV.
and tiuiiui shares of on
Each.   Thi   furthei
required  to  fully
part of the said
M'.'d works Is to
'what
A  Scientist.
"Father." said the small hoy,
Ifl a scientist?"
"A scientist, my son, is a man -who
calls ordinary things by such lonn
names that you e*,n't recoeulze thesu-"
YESTERDAY ANO TO-DAY
ynopsis    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Do-
garb in the different decades" dating I minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch-
hack to the early Briton. ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
The folder is well worthy of much 'aot reserved, may be homesteaded by
praise and quite in keeping with the i an>' ��evsoa who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application   for   entry     must     he
made  in person  by  the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency   or   sub-
" j agency for the district in which the
P. O. Box 474.       Tel. 53.       Res. 429 I land is situate.   Entry by prosy may,
Estimates Submitted. j however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, moth-
| er, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejulred to per-
i form the homestead duties under ono
of the following plans*
"Yesterday and Today" *s the title
of a !i tndsome and very artistic folder
demonstrating and  contrasting man's
modern firm who have gotten  it up,
FASHION-CRAFT.
The folder will reach you if you
telephone or can get it at any of the
FASHION-CRAFT shops.
. .Westminster..
Iron  Works
Lulu Island Land Safe By-law,
1908.
A  Law to Authorize the Sale of Certain Lands on Lulu  Island.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to 1. This is to certify thai the Van-
the Postmaster-General, will be re- couver Power Company, Limited,
celved at Ottawa until Noon, oa Fri- (hereinafter called the "Power Com
day, the Nineteenth June, for the cou- pany") specially incorporated purveyance of His .Majesty's .Mails, on a manl to Pari IV. of the "Water
proposed contract for four years, six [Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897," on
limes per week each way, between the the 25th day of January, 1898, tor the
l'i ned
""ison
I
.    ���
'���''���' a  tal
com;..
' : i
be provided    . ���...
.���an of two : iiii on  fo |
ninety-nine thousand   do!
000. to be made by the |
��� i Electric Rallwaj i .
secured  by  mortgagi    i
Power Company In st,
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Fences,   Crest-
ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes,
(1)    At least six months' residence
upon  and cultivation of the land  in
each  year for three years.
!    (2)    a Homesteader may, if he so
desires,  perform the    required    residence   duties  by   living on    farming
land owned  solely   bv   him.  not less
: than eighty  (80)   acres in extent, In
the  vicinity of his  homestead.   Joint
ownership in laud  will not meet this
'��� requirement.
J (u) If the father (or mother, if the
Tenth Street, ��� N'eW Westminster; father le deceased) of a homesteader
11 ��� ������ ,��� -���_ ,      .   ��� 1 aas permanent residence on farming
General MachlnelWork and
BLACKSMITHINGZ:
Office and Works:
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re lot 241, group 2, New Westminster |
district. :
A certificate of Indefeasible title to |
the above property will be issued to
John S. Robson on the lath day    of,
June, 190S, unless in the meantime  a ;
valid objection thereto be made to.me!
in   writing   by   a   person   or   persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or in any part thereof.
C.  S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, \ew Westminster, 13. C, 1st May, 1908.
The person or persons  having    In
their custody or possession  the foi-
lowing Title Deeds relating  to    the
said property are requested to deliver
the same to the undersigned:
28th  July,  1S90���Louis    .WUlle
Ernst Grau.
��
Conveyance In  fee.
J. S. ROBSON,
per C. E. Robson.
Applicant
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs Is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive n' the width
of road allowances crossed in t.he
measurement.
(fi) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties In accordance with the above while llvln&
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
lie given to the Commissioner of Do-
(inltiion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to j to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
[Deputy of the'/.Minister o<* the Interior.
N. B.��� Unaiitnorlzeff publication of
this advertisement  will  not be paid |
for, *,*, ,_
WHERE.\S tne Corpor. CiOn of the
City of New Westminster is the owner
of (Inter alia) Lots One (1) to Thirty-
four (34) both inclusive, in Block A
of Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia.
AND WHEREAS the present wooden bridge across the North Arm of
the Fraser River in the said City of
New Westminster is in an unsafe and
dangerous condition and it is necessary to replace the said bridge with d
new steel structure.
AND WHEREAS it is deemed advisable in the interests of the said
Corporation that the said lands should
be sold and the proceeds devoted in
part payment of the cost of construction of the said steel bridge and
otherwise on Lulu Island.
AND WHEREAS bv tne "New Westminster Act, 1888���Amendment Act
188'J," it is provided that the Council
of the said Corporation may, with the
assent of the ratepayers of the said
Corporation, to be first had and obtained ln like manner as Is requisite
foi the Issuing of debentures for the
raising of any loan, sell real property
belonging to tbe Corporation on Lulu
Island with full power and authority
to execute all deeds and instruments
to effectuate the same.
THEREFORE the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows;
(1) It shall be lawful for the
Council to sell and absolutely dispose
of, to any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, all or any part of
the said lands hereinbefore mentioned
being Lots One (1) to Thirty-four
(34) both inclusive, in Block A of
Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), In the City of
.N'ew Westminster, Province of Britlsn
Columbia, upon such terms and conditions as the said Council may by resolution determine. And the .Mayor and
Clerk of the said Corporation are
hereby authorized and empowered to
execute and deliver such conveyances,
agreements for sale or other instruments as may be necessary to effectuate such sale or sales; provided that
proposed post office at Dundonald and
Gilley Station, B. C. Electric Railway,
during the Postmaster-General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen and blank
forms of tender may be obtained at
the post office of New Westminster
and from Mr. J. Wollard at Dundonald,
and at the office of the Post Office Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's    Office,   Vancouver, B. C, Sth May, 1908.
02, and the I Sth d... of May.
imltted its tui her  undertak-
Mail  Contract
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday, the SEVENTEENTH OF JULY
NEXT, for the conveyance of His
Majesty's Mails, on a proposed contract for four years, thirty-six times
ter week, between New Westminster
and B. C. Electric Railway station
during  the  Postmaster's  pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
in format ion as to conditions of proposed contract may lie seen and blank
forms of tender may be obtained at
tbe Port Office of New Westminster,
and at the office of the Post Office
Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Posl Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver, B. C, 5th June, I OON.
Mail Service
purpose of exercising the rights,
powers, privileges, and priorities In
and '.������;. Pari IV. of the said Ac
created, granted, ami conferred, has,
lu addition to its undertak ul;. hen -
tofore appn ved of by the Lleutenant-
 mor in Council b? Certificates of
Approval, dated the 11th daj  of Feb
ruary, 190
1906,  BUD
ing in the Lieutenant Governor in
Council for approval, and thai the
said further undertaking, as shown bj
the documents and (dan duly filed In
pursuance of the said Act, has been |
approved, and that the same Is as fol-
I lows:
The construction, equipment, op> ra-
! t'on, and maintenance of a line or
(lines of electric railway, tramways, or !
sireet railways, with all necessary-
pole lines and overhead and other
construction with all necessary side-
t acks, switches, and branches for
the conveyance of passengers and
freight from some point or points at
or near Lots one (1) and two (2),
City Block four (4), in the City of
New Westminster, to and throughout
the streets of the City of Chililwack,
passing through the municipalities
C Surrey, Delta, Langley, .Matsqui,
Sumas and Chilliwack, and the Town-
sites of Ahbotsford aud Huntingdon,
und throughout the District of .Vew
Westminster and over and along any
ef the public roads in the said .Municipalities or any of the intervening
public roads, or such other rights of
way where the public roads are not
uted, as may be acquired by the
power Company;  the erection,    con-
I :i|
I ���   ���    HC)   ear;';. Ing  il;  ���
II her foi m of   sei
agreed upon between the
|.anil's;
���1. And   iii.- Is furth r
trie time  within  wh ch
Her capital to bi
i n ��� thousan i dollai
capital  already  i ul .-. .-|
Iwo months from the d
the time In wiiich the
said  further undertak
as set forth in para
i - to I e commenced 1
thi   expiration of thn    m<
the date hereof; and th
the remainder or any  i1
said  further undertaking nn
hereby approved may be commenced!
is fixed at live years from the   dati |
hereof, or such further
Lieutenant-Governor In
hereafter approve.
Dated this 19th day of Ma*
FRED .1. FULTON,
Clerk  of the Executive CoUUClli
FIRE ALARM  BOXES,
Imi     a-   \'rl
Couni.   mVI
5���Asylum.
�����Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and ipulb
8���Royal avenue und Efch��li
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's HospWal.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue and  Sixth.
24���__..rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  a*."i>ue and  Fourth
26���Fifth avenue and Wlghtn.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes nnd Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia nnd McKenzie
36���C.P.R.  Station.
42���Small & Bucklln Mill*1
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 8:35
a. rn.; close 8 a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside No. 1, dally ei..-,.. Sunday;   Sapperton  No.  l,  dally  except
si ruction,  operation nnd  maintenance
within   the  said   City    of   Chilliwack j
and tho said .Municipalities and Dis-! BOARD OF TRADE,
trict of New Westminster, of electric
works, power houses, generating
plants, pole lines, overhead and other
construction, and such olher appliances and conveniences as are necessary in and throughout the said City
of Chilliwack, the streets thereof, and
in and throughout the said Municipalities and the public roads thereof, and
In and throughout and over the public
loads of any Municipalities that may
hereafter  be  formed  within Jhe area
.Vew WesUOlU'
ster Board of Trade meets In l^
Board Room, City Hall, an le loW
Third Thursday of each
Quarterly meetings on the 'I'11'1
Thursday of February, Maft
August and November, ftl s I
Annual meetings on the
Thursday of February.
members may he proposed
elected at any monthly or qa;ir
meeting.    A. E. White, Bee.
month.
i, ro.
third
New |
nnd
t.rly
8unday.   Mails Received at 6:86 urn
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway j thereof, with public and private light
Co., 7:45 a. m.: |jng .,n(i heating and power for manu-
Vancouver, No.  l, dallyexcept Sun-1 featuring and industrial purposes, and
days.   Return mall recelv��d 10 am.      in connection therewith; lhe construe-
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8.45 a.m.:
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, ru,, xvelK
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonac-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
points In eastern states), daily except Sunday. Return malls received
at 3.30 p.m. Bonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton,  Tuesdays and   Thursdays,
tion, operation and maintenance of all |
necessary and required overhead pole j
and    transmission   and   other   lines
necessary   or   required   in   connection
with  the said  undertaking from any j
of the power houses, sub-stations   or j
fansmlfslon lines of the Power Com- j
puny throughout the whole area, ns is
hereinbefore set forth.   Together with
all such rights, powers and privileges ,
a.* may be necessary   to   effectually i
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights ��c.
Anynnoneniilnf ���__��._!. wd /rarrlpiinnn'g
qnlc-l-f nioeruin our opinion fruu "    ���     ,,,��.
Intention MPra*��bl. patani��hln,n|$   '.������,���_
tvnn .trlotlr cotiBdont W-HANDBOOK ��";,,���,
lent .re* Oldort .potter M.,Bna'l",^lr*SS**
Patutti taken t.ro.dl. Munn * co. wo*"
nttciat notlct, without OB.W, lu ttio
Scientific Hmeric_t��-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and   Satur-joprry out the terms and conditions of |
days.   Return mall received Mondays the several agreements made between
tho proceeds of any such sale or sales and Fridays. - 'the  Corporations    of Surrey,    Delta, |
A handnomely Uluntrati'ii woimly.  If u ��*' %
eolation ;t any ictomlflo J-.r.rn.l.    re ��� bo' '
Canaila, tSti �� yuar. j)o_tii��o p��pMd.    ��"u "'
all uiWHrtualor!.    > ,,        y-r|��
!.��Wu,,ei5,Mdw,,W6WT0n(
ioi Cffloiriot F SU Waablnut'jn. V. U SAT
URDAY
JUNE 13, 1908.
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
i��AC.B SEVEN
p Street Sewer By-Law
1908
, By.law to enable the City of New  Westminster to raise the sum   of
AWr il!r, purp9Be of construct,.,, a sewtn. ou the su.^ hJ^.
���""SSbBEAS. Charles J. Robson and others, being two-thirds of Hie
0f the property to be^directly benefited   thereby,   and
own-
hulf'in value of such real property, navTng petltlonedlofffoon-
0f a sewer, having a sectional area of not ,���������. than four fe, i , Q
Knowing streets:
filxt]i street from Front Street to Sixth Aveuue.
Front Street from Sixth Street to Lytton Square.
Columbia Street from Sixth Street i,, f^i ;,, m,,(.lv X)V
flarkson Street from Sixth Street to Lot 11, Block 11
Carnarvon Street from Sixth Street to Lot 17, Block _.
Victoria Street from Sixth Street to Lot 11, Block A.
Cunningham Street from Sixth Stieel to Lot 12, Block A
Queens Avenue from Sixth Street to Lot 11, __,ock H
Liverpool Street from Sixth Street to Ut 11, b.ock H
St George Street from Sixth otree; to Lot :\2, Block H
Lancaster Street from Sixth Street to Lot. 36, Block H.
uiru Avenue from Sixth Street to Lot .7 of Lots 7,39 & 4u S Blk VI
Blackford Street from Sixth Street to Fifth Street.
Fourth Avenue from Sixth Street to Last half of Lot _, Sub
r'ifth Avenue from Sixth Street to 1'ourth Street.
Sixth Avenue from Sixth Street to Third Street.
Fifth Street from Third Avenue to Sixth Avenue.
^VD. WHEREAS it is deemed expedient  to grant the  prayer of    the
^petition, and that the funds to be   provided   for    such    Improvements
*d t,e repaid  by special  rate in the dollar to be levied on tho real pro-
"\, to be benefited thereby is as follows, that is to say:
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fH. Elds ^ L.- D* Ellis ��'6 *** N- 1/2
nomas Ellis  ��.6 1 S. V2
���Wnion Realty Co Cb 2 s. E. pt.
C.nadi-Lii Hank of Commerce  CO 2 S. W. pt.
uex. Lafferty   C.6 _
1 jiarif-1. Thompson C.G in. W. V_
j j,.vu ii��� ..ins __ John A. Douglas  C.ii 4 S. B.  ;������
j Junes 11. .Mathers   C.13 IS
Dominion Government  CH 1 Ac 2
Do'iiiiiieti Government    Cor. Queens Ave. and
Eighth St. Armouries
City of Ni vv Westminster  CM 2
(jityofNew Westminster  C.14 1  W. 28 ft.
Junes It. Waghorn   C.14 1 E. _. ft,
Ifomaa rf. Hall  C.13 13
Thoiii't-, S.   Hall    C.13 14 N. pt. 50V_ft.
David Murchle    C.13 14 S.pt. ii'^xC.
,\'m A  & Alice Anderson C.25 2 Ai 4 N.  Vi
i*Am. J. ii icklng  C.25 _ & 1   S.^
gwrge E.  Drew   C.25 _
jtances K.   Herring    A 1
Frances K.   Herring    A 2
w. _. nr 1 lerlck   A _
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jobn Reld   -v 6
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C. L. Knewdell     A. .
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Joseph J. i')'eman    -'������ 13    E.  '-
M.r, a. Moresby  v- 1:;   W. '_
Ibomas J. Trapp   A, It
Putherine ��� .  W ise     A. 10
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Cttberine F. Wise  \ 1T
Jim.. Cunningham   A '���
Ll ry    A. lti
T J Trapp   A 20
W T J, Armstrong ^ -'���
Ate. Es  a 1 -.-i.it-'-  A 22
1 . a in, Lid   B 1
Iw      inningham   B. -
i:..   1 inningham   i;- "
Fred j, Lynch   b- '   w ��� '-
V:;- 1.   rleatlng & Pipe Co  B. 4   B. V6
Tl imas \V. viles   B- *'
Heating & lJ,pe Co   b ^
Jsmi    !.   Card      '���' _    -*-*���*. ���
Sarah J. Davison     '* j    Wl  '-'
Trinity  Parish    H
Holy Trinity Paris  u- "
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Deane & Barrett   L'* 1,;
HeK'n m. Walter   n- ls
Helen M. Walker   n- lu
J. V, P, Herring   B 20
J. Lee Thompson   ^ -
WWred Phllpot  I!- -"
EDen M  & Celia S. Hoffard   k- -!
���fcrlha E, Turnbull   H ���*
Mny A   ...chines   i: -"
Fram,.  B, Herring   B. 28
nances E. Herring  r>1- -'
Prances E. Herring  ���-'��� -s
"an      B. Herring   i!- -*'
"��� W  Padmore   b ���''"
Martha E. Turnbull   B \\
worge Cunningham, Jr B, 32
Oranby Farrant  u- "*'*
National Drug & Chemical Co B. ������'
Henry T. Thrift   B. 35
* L Johnson   ^. 3b
Win, .1   Armstrong C.30 6
E. J. It   hwell  C.30 7
Central Methodist Church Trustees ..11. 1 & -
Mary 1,  Hood   '���* ;!
1> '���  Major   �� *
Mtate G. O. M. Dockrlll   " '!
l:"*   G. Major .'   l'* !.
'���-l"    K  Peck ���- ''��� '
Jo|iu McNab  n. 8
S��vld McBroom   ��������� ,5
"mui l Dawe  h J"
^   l   Wlntemute   ''. 14
Ouncan McCowan    H. 15
J,,l"t Johns   -������ :!|   _.,.
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*Wlam Innes    ". \*   w  u
���'Wide Sinclair   H. 19   W.%
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Cbejojo Shinobu    �� ��� ����   5' .7
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'Wbella W. McPherson   "��� -^
Wexander Dutch   l!* 2^
Alexander Dutch    ''��� '1
J��mes Carter Smith  ' * "5
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Jf"! A. McDonell  ����� :'I
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OWNER'S  NAME.
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' ��� '. Fisher ,���,,,,,���,,,���, s.e
Malcolm Matheson    S. 0
-Malcolm  Matheson    SO
Reginald G. Roach SO
Reginald G. Roach  _*. g
Wilber S. Smith   s.6
William ,,auua  S. 6
Richard A. Tretheway  s! 6
Amanda Rousseau  s. 0
Robert Grant  s. 6
Robert Grant  s. 0
���lames Anderson   |. .S. 6
Robert Grant  s. 0
George ll. Lent s. 0
Estate Robert Alexander  S. 6
Clias. (*. Major  5ti
Adeline Armstrong   s. 0
S. 0
Janet  Hall    s. 6
S. 0
Adella G. Webber  S. 0
N. m. C. Curtis  s. 0
Harvey M. Streight  S. 0
F. J, Hart Ac Co S.6
William Townsend S. 0
John li. Jardine  S. 0
_Vilan Peter Grant  S. 0
Henry C. .Major    s��. 6
���lame;, H. Dougherty  S. 6
Robert D. Hendry   a. 6
R( ,ert U. Hendry   S. 0
Uaac Hudson  S. 0
Isaac Hudson   S. 0
James A. Cunningham   S. 6
.lames Cunningham   S. 6
T   S.  Annandale   S. 0
T.  S.  Annandale    S. 0
E, A. Greame and T. S. aVnnandale . ,S. 0
E, A. Greame and T. S. Annandale ..S.6
E. A. Greame and T. S. Annandale ..S.6
E  A. Greame and T. S. Annandale ..S.6
B. A. Creame and T. S. Annandale . .8. 6
Wm.  Hearn    S. 6
Wm.  Hearn    S. 6
James Trodden   S. 7
Ccnstance 'leather   S. 7
Katie Ellen Brown   S. 7
Margaret E. Walker  S. 7
.Margaret  Peer    S.7
M   E.  nines    S. 7
R, C. Bishop of New Westminster ..S.7
Robert Jardine    S. 7
Robert Jardine   S. 7
l_i enezer Knight   S 7
William  A.  Grafton    S.7
William  A.  Grafton    S.7
George  McPhail    S. 7
George McPhail    S. 7
W   J. Corbett    ��� S.
C. C.  Dunn    S.7
Jehu   Weave;*    S.7
Edward '/.. Whyman  S.7
Martha Whyman  S.
l'iios.  R.  Pearson    S.7
Thos.  R.  Pearson    S. 7
Annie   Baker    S 7
John  Weaver    S. 7
C.  C  Dunn    S. 7
\.    .1. Corbett   3 7
,1.   A.   Mountain    S. 7
Jane H. G. Hill estate  S- 7
Aithur E. B. Hill    S.7
Aiumr E.  B.  Hill    S.7
W iu.   Baylor    S. 7
Wm.   Taylor    S. 7
Richard G. Dingle  S. 10
Richard G. Dingle  S. 10
Harry  T.  Shaw    S.10
Harry T. Shaw    S.10
Arthur E. B. Hill   S. 10
Aithur E. B. Hill   S.10
Mrs. .1.  H. Vidal    S.10
Walter J.   Baber   S.10
\V. J. Baber   S.10
W.   I.  Ba>_er   S.10
Martha E. Turnbull    S.10
Martha E.  Turnbull    S.10
George B. Conner   S. 10
George   .McPhail    S.10
George McPhail  S.10
Elizabeth M. Meredith   S. 10
C. G. Major   S 10
C. G. Major   S.10
Jacob  R. Coon    S. 10
Gcorglna B. Archibald    S.10
W.  W.  Forrester   S. 13
V.    W. Forrester   S.13
W.  W. Forrester   S.13
Arthur Doig  S. 13
Arthur Doig  S. 13
Arthur Doig  S. 13
C   B. Armitage   S. 13
C. B. Armitage   S. 13
Emeline Wilson    S. 13
Ralph  Wilson    S. 13
Rnlph  Wilson    S. 13
Ralph   Wilson    S.13
.Mrs. Elizabeth Pope   S. 13
George M. Appleton   S.13
John  Pope S< 18
Miss  Elizabeth  Pope    S.13
Fi ed B. Pemberton  S. 13
Henry W. Russell   S. 13
James R.   Brennan    ����� 13
David E. Ellsworth   S.10
City of New Westminster  S. 10
Robert F. Dough erty  S.10
.lohn  Poire    s-10
David   D.   Burnett    S.10
Maria Burnett   s-10
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imposed and on that security only, and debentures amounting to the sum
of twenty thousand (20,000) dollars shall be issued by the said Corporation therefor.
it.) The said (debentures shall be made payable at the expiration
of twenty (.20) years from the date of issue of the same and bear interest
at a rate not exceeding live per centum per  annum.
(5.1 The debentures may both as to principal and interest be payable in any place in Great Britain, in the United States of America, or
Canada, and may be expressed In sterling money, or in any other currency, and may be made payable in gold and the amount to be raised
therein ahull be paid out and expended in paying off and discharging
any temporary loans heretofore obtained on account of the said improvements and works, and for any other necessary expenses in connection
with   said   improvements   and   works, and for no other purpose whatever.
(6.) If at any time any of the owners of the said real property
hereinbefore described, or of any part thereof, desire to commute the.
Assessment imposed by this Act by the payment of his, her or their
proportionate share or shares of the cost thereof as the principal sum
in lieu thereof, he, she or they may so commute by payment of such sum
as may be necessary to realize at the end of the currency of such debentures a sum equivalent to the balance then unpaid of the said special rate
thereon.
(7) All monies arising out of the said annual special rate, and all
monies received in commutation thereof under the preceding section of this
By-law shall be deposited in the Savings Bank of some chartered bank.
(8) Every debenture to be issued hereunder shall contain a provision
in the following words: "This bebentur�� or any interest therein shall not,
after a certificate of ownership has been endorsed therein by the treasurer
of the corporation, be transferable except by entry by the treasurer or his
deputy in the debenture registry book of the said corporation at the City
ot Xew Westminster."
(9) The amount of the special rate levied hereunder shall be added to
the taxes for the financial year in which such rate ���- assessed and levied,
and such special rate may be collected in every respect as ordinary land
or real property taxes of the City of New Westminster and may be enforced and recovered in the same way whether by action to be brought in
any court of competent jurisdiction, by sale of the land or real property
upon which the same attaches. Provided, however, that no rebate shall ,be
allowed  on  the amount  levied here under.
(10) This By-law shall come into operation and take effect on the day
of the passing thereof.
(11) This By-law may be cited as the "Sixth Street Sewer By-law,
1908."
Done and passed in open Council th*s 27th day of May, 1908.
W. A. DUNCAN.
[L. S. ] City Clerk.
W. H. KEARY,
Mayor.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
���rltlnh Columbia Coast Lin*
Service.
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AND, WHEREAS, the value of the whole real property rateable under
this By-law, as ascertained aud finally determined as aforesaid, is two hundred and eighty-seven thousand and thirty ($287,030)  dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, the amount of the debt which this By-law ls intended to create is twenty thousand ($20,000) dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, it will requhe the sum of one-thousand ($1,000)
dollars to be raised annually for a period of twenty (20) years to pay the
interest of the sald.tla.it, and the sum of seven hundred and forty-four and
31-100 ($744.31) dollars to be raised annually during the said period for
the payment of the debt to be created by this By-law, such last mentioned
sum being sufficient, with the est.maLed interest on the investment thereof to discharge the said debt when the same becomes payable, making ln
all the sum of seventeen hundred und forty-four and 31-100 ($1744.31) dollars to be raised annually as aforesaid;
AND, WHEREAS, the value of the whole real property rateable under
this By-law dliectly benefitted hy the said Improvement, and work upon
Which it will .be required to charge an annual special rate in the dollar
sufficient to pay the Interest and create a sinking fund for paying the said
piinclpal debt of twenty thousand ($20,000) dollars wituin twenty (20)
years, which said debt ls created on the security of the special rate settled by this By-law and on that security only Is two hundred and eighty-
seven thousand and thirty ($287,030) dollars;
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the
City of New Westminster enacts as follows:
(1., During twenty years from the first day of July, 1908, the currency of the debentures to be Issued under the authority of this By-law
the sum of one thousand ($1,000) dolhrs shall be raised annually for the
payment of Interest on aald debentur.-s, and also the sum of $.-.4.31 shall
be raised annually for the payment if the debt, making ln all the sum of
$1744.31 aforesaid annually to be raised annually as aforesaid.
(2.) A special rate of 6.08 mills in the dollar Is hereby imposed on
the real property above described according to the value thereof as hereinbefore mentioned, exclusive of Improvements, over and above all other
rates and tuxes, which special rate shall be sufficient to produce ln each
year the said sum of seventeen hundred and forty-four and 31-100 ($1,-
744.31) dollars, and shall be annually inserted ln the Collector's Roll ln
each year for the next succtedln-i twenty (20) years, and shall be payable at the time or times and at the place and ln the manner ln which the
ordinary City taxes are payable, provided, however, that no rebate shall
be allowed on the amount levied hereunder ��s aforesaid.
(3.) The sum of twenty thousand (20,000) dollars shall be raised
by loan by this Corporation on the security of   the special rate hereby
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess  May leaves  Vancouver    8
p.m.   June   15,   27.     Princess   Royal
ieaves Vancouver 8 p.m. June 9, 21.
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Princess Royal, June 9.
Princess May,  June   15.
Princess Royal, June 21.
Prinecss May, June 27.
VANtOUVER-VXTORIA ROUTE.
Princess Royal leaves Vancouver
at 1:30 p.m. daily for-Victoria.
Royal arrive in Victoria 6:30 p.m.
Royial arrives Vancouver 8 a.m.
Charmer leaves Vancouver at 11:30
p.m. daily except Sunday.
Charmer arrive in Victoria 6:30 a.m.
Charmer arrives Vancouver 7 p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
Princess   Victoria   leaves   Victoria
5:30 p.m. daily; arrives in Seattle 9:30
p.m.   daily.    Leaves   Seattle  9   a.m.
daily; arrives in Victoria 1p.m. daily.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS. Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
month for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
8. 8- Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m. dally,
except Sunday-   Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO. .   NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
LeaveB Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8.8. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 16th of
every  month.
RIVER8 INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
8. 8. Queen City.
Trom Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver 10 a.m. ever/
Thursday. Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Lady-smith.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER  RIVER.
8. 8. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New West-
mtaster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.      *
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
6 p.m.
CHURCH
SERVICES
1
(Contributions for this column must
be left at the office of the News before
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or other responsible
party.)
Sunday, June 14.
HOLY TRINITY���Celebration of the
Holy Communion 8 a.m., Matins,
Litany and sermon 11 a.m. Evensong
and sermon 7 p.m.
No  subjects   received.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. W. H. Barraclough, B.A., pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible class at 2:30
p.m. Morning topic, "The Benefits of
Defeat." Evening topic, "Profitless
Things."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Services 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m. Morning, "A Bible View
of Beneficence." Evening, "A Bible
View of Selfishness."
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev- A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion first Sunday In the month after morning service. Prayer meeting
on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. Special
service for children ln the morning,
with children's choir ln attendance.
Miss Liddelow, of Australia, will sing
a solo, "The Man of Sorrows" at the
evening service.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev- J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
No  subjects  received.
WEST END METHODIST���Rev. F.
A. Magee, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m. ,
No subjects  received.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
LXThomas, pastor.    Services at   11
a.m. and 7 p.m. J
No subjects  received.
LUTHERAN CHURCH���Rev. B. A.
Sand, pastor. A confirmation service
will be held at 10:45, a.m.
THE CITY MISSION will oonduct
services at their hall on Eight street
just a few doors above Columbia
street, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
and at 7:30 p.m., also on the street
Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock.
"AHIUrti m* a Matchmaker.
A curious instance o{ the active
part tiie kaiaer takes in arranging
the marriages of relatives and
friends is recorded. A personal aid-
-���Wcamp of hit majesty was verj
much deposed by the lady of hit
ehoice giving him a refusal. Tht
���ante afternoon tht kaiser drove ta
the house of the young lady, tht
laughter ef ��� wealthy Berlin bank*
tr, and pleaded the cause of hit
aid-de-camp with inch eloquanoa
that the marriage took plaoe a
���onth later. 1
For  reservations  and  information
call or address
UD. QOULBT,
Agent, New Westminster.
fi. 3. COTLB.
Asst Gen. Pass. Agent,, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent Victoria.
RoMlast Hla M.
"The head of tbe Arm," said the superintendent, "insists upon our employ-
< Ing his son In this department and Ifs
as much as we din do to keep hiss
Idle."
"Idle!  You mean busy, don't jour
"No, I don't   If we kept bim busy II
would keep three or (our other men
eusy correcting his mistake*"���Fhda*
delphta Prtos.
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JUNE
MEANS
WEDDINGS
Lovely
Lovely
Wedding Presents
T
DYNAMITE EXPLOSION
KILLS Nl WORKERS
I Two Englishmen Killed Had
Wives on Ocean Travelling
to Join Them in Canada.
i
Morey's
Columbia Street
RETRIGERA-
TORS
PORCELAIN LINED
AND
ZINC LINED
Winnipeg, June 12.���By a premature
j explosion of dynamite at Chamber
j Bros.' camp, east of Winnipeg river,
yesterday afternoon, nine members of
ia station gang working on the Transcontinental railway construction were
| lulled and several injured. The coro-
; ner lias gone out from Kenora to ln-
i vestigate.
i Foreman Simons and another man
v ere operating two fresh holds when
suddenly without apparent cause these
exploded, killing nine men and injuring several others. Two of the men
killed were Englishmen, the others
Swedes.
The calamity points to some new
explosive element contained in mineralized rocks as the men in charge
were most experienced. Foreman
Simons had gone for another charge
cf dynamite at the time, and thus
escaped with his life. The sad feature
of the accident is that the wives of
the two Englishmen killed are on the
ocean en route to Canada to join their
husbands.
Salt-life in every grain���delicate,
piquant ��� perfect cryjtali ���
absolutely pure���
WINDSOR SALT.
137
***** *********************
Buy NOW before our
stock is picked over. A
variety of sizes, and
prices right.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,  B.   C.
Clean Dairies.
Strained   In   one   pound   glass   e
jars, each 25c
Comb honey, per section ...25c
^   Lime juice, per bottle  25c
Three cans cream corn  ....25c
Prairie Pride Hungarian    flour,
*   per sack  ?1.60
*>
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W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
Certificates of health and cleanliness have been issued by the inspector of dairy premises, byres and
utensils to the following farmers in
New Westminster district: Brehaut &
Booth, A. Swenceski, D. McLean, T.
Corbett, J. A. Metcalf, M. Marshall,
G. A. Ferguson, T. Isaacson, T. Tully,
A. Hoy, Coquitlam; P. Anderson, S.
Smith, J. M. Gillis, C. Mclaac, T.
Marshall. W. L. Loucks, R. S. Inglis,
J. E. Hardy, D. M. Robertson, C.
Freedham, A. Galbraith, R. McCaskil,
K. Heaton, J. Henderson, Mrs, M.
Bothwell, ti. W. Atchison, Ed. Martin,
E. Trowsdel, J. Bothwell, Tynehead;
J. E. lline, ..I. Wilkies, E. Williams,
Port Kells; J. Wren, G. Munro. G.
Mitchell, P. McCallum, Mission; T.
Chester, R. Nelson, J. Israel, T. Law,
G. (larrell, A. Lelion, Silverdale;
Mrs. S. A. McLaggan, W. Small, Clay-
burn; C. F. Sprott, W. H. Ledger, G.
E. Clayton, L. E. Sprott, F. .1. Hart,
J. Mawhinney, Burnaby Lake.
C A. WELCH I
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
.
Australia Buys Lumber.
Everett,    June    12.���The   Mukilteo
Lumber company is preparing to close
i its plant about dune 20 for repairing
i and overhauling that will require two
; weeks' time.    The mill is getting out
a  full  cargo of mining timbers    for
i Australia.    Two steamships and one
sailing \essel are loading at this mill.
Lower  Western   Record.
New Vork, June 12.���The steamship
Lusltanla arrived at the Sandy Hook
lightship at l:0S a.m. today, official
time, making the time for the passage
four days, twenty hours and eight
minutes, or seven minutes better than
the record made by the Mauretanla on
her last trip.
HAMS at
18c. per |b-
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietor*.
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IN STOCK
Hammocks        Baseball Supplies
Croquet Sets      Lacrosse Supplies
Rubber Balls      Cricket Bats
Tennis Rackets
J. J.MacKay & Cal
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
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Tenders for Cordwood
TENDERS are invited by the New
Westminster board of school trustees
fo;- fifty cords of cordwood, delivered
at the Central ^chools. Tenders to
be in by June 22, and addressed to
Acting Secretary L. Thornber, Dominion Government Building.
Detachment Orders
SIXTH D. C. O. R.
A and B companies will parade for
drill at the armouries, New Westminster, on Tuesday, June 16, at S:30
p.m. Final orders for inspection by
General Lake will ,bc issued on parade.
All rifles, belts and side arms must
be returned to stores by Tuesday
night, June 16, 190S.
W. A. JOHNSON,
Captain Commanding Detachment.
New Westminster, June 11, 190K.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
******
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NOTE-We Write Fire Insurance
in "one hundred per cent." companies
���such as the Aetna of Hartford, the
Alias, and the London Assurance, ot
London, England. Our companies paid
their San Francisco losses "dollar for
dollar."
See us about rates before    placing
your business.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
J. J. Johnston, Manager Insurance Dept.
!
Bftclal, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home. Also manicurlig.
For engagement ring up A 339.
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This store closes   5:30  p.   m.,  daily,  except Satu
A ttr active
Price
Reductions
& ���-."���-'���
v.-:*:. 3
���I mm ���-
"���*3_S0.
A NEW LIST FOR THIS WEEK
The Biggest Hat
Offering This Season
35 Ladies' New Trimmed Hats
On Sale This Week
$2.50 Each
Particular women buy their millinery in our show rooms. These
hats have all been trimmed in that perfect style usual in all hats
turned out by this store. These hats are all this season's work.
The trouble just now is that we have too many. Dozens have been
sold during the past week at a higher price and the balance of this
special lot will be sold at this new price, each   $2.50
Remember
the Sale of\
Shapes
Untrimmed
and
Semi-ready
50c Each
A   hundred or
more       ...    .,
select from . This low prlci represents but    a   small proportion 0/
their worth,    but    they  must be
cleared out.    On    Bale  thi    .....
fcach Mc
Twelve Button Mousquetair Gloves.   Per pair $1.50
Only twenty-four pair left of black, grey and white suede gloves. They have been on sale thla last
week at $1.90 per pair. To clear out the twenty-four pair we make a further reduction for this wee.
Sizes 0, 6V4, 6V_, 6% and 7.   This week only, per pair  ^ jq
All-over Waistings, White and Cream.    Per yd. 40c
Sixteen pieces of Torchon, Valenciennes and fancy lace, all-overs in suitable patterns tor lace waists.
Nothing more correct or popular than lace waists at present These will be found most appropriate luces
for this use; also for yokes and trimming.    Regular prices, 50c, 60c and 75c.   On Bale this week  40c
Ladies' Silk
Parasols
$1.75
We are confident that we are
offering a better parasol at mis
price than most stores offer at
$2.2.. or $2.51). They are a direct
importation from London, England,
materials: are plain, but of excellent quality; colors are brown,
navy, green, cardinal, grey, black,
cream and white.
Each, $1.75
Early Sale of
Children9s Wash Dresses
95c Each
'mtz^st
/ v__h^<V
i   ,x
Six    dozen
colored gingham, linen   and
duck    dresses. Buster
and .aprons in all    dors and
sizes;   well madi   in I evi rj
garmenl   is   Of thi
variety. Regular v.i ties J1.1S
to $1.25.   On sale this week,
Each, 95c
Warm
Weather
Undergarments
Watson's knitted undervest and
���rawers for women and children
are the standard In all respects.
Wool or cotton makes no differ-
ince, the same care as to make and
materials characterizes every garment.
Special Values in Cotton  Under-
vests this week at
10c, 15c, 20c, 25c,
30c and 35c
Extra Quality Sailor Suits
for Girls
Made of best English white drill and stripe galatea trimmed wild
white'braid on collar of blue drill. Only the best materials have
been entered into the makeup of these suits. If these do nol wwH
and wear as we especially ivcommend we will refund the purcbaw
price to any  customer.    Sizes for three years to fourteen years.
Each, $2.00 to $2.50
White Muslin Dresses
Made of fine India lawn, with    full    tucked    skirts;    waists   are
tucked and set with rows of embroidery insertion.    The sizes shown
in thesu dresses .are made to fit girls    from   one to fourteen    .';l
Prices are the lowest offered this Season on dresses of only the best
qualities.
Each, $1.00 to $2.50
A special line of ladies' white blouses $1.50 each
Ten dozen of a special purchase of white lawn .blouses, made by ihe best manufacturer in Canada. In
the lot are waists with short sleeves, long sleeves and every waist ts trimmed with Insertion embroidery
work and lace.   Fifteen styles to select from.   All sizes.   All one price, ..
Each $1.50
Remnants of Embroidery and Lace
Hundreds of ends of the season's .best sellers In narrow and wide edgings, insertions all-overs, corset
embroideries, etc., in lengths ranging from one and a half yards to five yards. Special prices on every
end this week.
W. S. Collister & Co.
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