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 White, Slides & Co.
F|RE INSURANCE
r,rw WESTMINSTER. B- C
HANDCAR AT CLOVtKUALE
ALMOST SEVEHES MAN'S IEG
Young Englishman on Work Gang Run
Down by  Pioneer  Car���Leg   Is
Amputated at Hospital.
R.
panio
Ou Wednesday a young Englishman
named George William Loy working
on a G. N, H. repair gang at Cloverdale had his rlgflt leg almost severed
���by a passing hand car. Loy, who is
about twenty years of age, has worked
for the company for some months, and
was jumping aside to avoid the hand
car when his foot caught between the
rail and tie. A wheel passed over
his leg, and It was necessary to amputate It at St. Mary's hospital, where
the injured man bad been removed.
His recovery is expected.
(SWEPT"
AWAY TWO BODIES
Search for Vic.ims of Dominion Day Accidents Is
so Far Fruitless.
A sau drowning accident occurred
on Wednesday near Barnet, when C.
p_ii.ll, of Victoria, and a com-
u name*! J. A. Plant, were out
ij, a boat near Johnson's surrftner resort. Daulel got into difficulties while
diving and Plant went to his relief.
The drowning man tried to drag his
companion under and almost succeeded. Plant jus' escaping with his life.
Thi.' would-be rescuer, however, managed to reach the boat.
Provincial Constable Wilkie proceeded to tbe spot with grapllng irons,
but failed to recover the body. The
search was renewed yesterday morning, and continued all day without
avail.
The body is believed to have drifted
Irom the spot. Mr. Daniell, the young
man's father, arrives today.
The drowned man was about
twenty-one years of age. He was an
Englishman, and had been in Vancouver only a short time. He was connected with the Dominion Publishing
company, and his relatives lived In
Victoria,
Drowned in English Bay.
^George B. Thompson, well known in
New Westminster, was drowned near
Si wash rock, EngllBh bay, late on
Wednesday afternoon. He was one ol
a party ou a gasoline launch owned
by E. Charnley. They were near the
rock when the unfortunate man attempted to pass along the narrow
washboard
the cabin  , ,      . _   - ....
inK no rail, he lost his balance    aud   much as we do.   V.e thank you very
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.   FRIDAY MORNING   JULY 3   l.Ois
White, Shiles & Co
SWIM /I^TSa- .jREAL ESTATE
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^ Viimhia St. Phone 85
BOAT WILL PLY BETWEEN IALL-VANCOUVER TEAM   ! fme-fok
HERE AND STEVESTON
SHOWS YELLOW STRIPE
Captain Bruce Secures Swift
Steamer for River Traffic
-Will Carry Mails.
Within the next few days a double-
Afraid to Meet Locals on
Own Ground���Intermediates vs. Seniors Saturday.
WILL BRING MANY TO CITY
AUSTRALIA NEEDS
Vancouver   Visitors   Will    Be   Shown
Over  Westminster   by   Obliging
Real   Estate Agents.
There will be no all-Vancouver vs.
daily steamer service between this Champions or B.C. lacrosse match to-
city and Steveston will be inagurated, morrow, the Terminal city sports hav-
Capt. Bruce, a recent arrival in West- ling backed out, according to a state-
CHILDREN REMEMBER
TEACHER ON BREAK-UP DAY
At ih�� closing exercises for Dundonald school, Burnaby, which took
place on Tuesday, a valuable keepsake and address was presented to
the teacher, .Miss Crake, who has
been appointed teacher of West
Burnaby school. The address which
was read by Rosle Scott, was as follows: ^_
Dear Miss Crake,���We, youiT^||ls
of Dundonald school for the term end
Ing June 30, 1908, take much pleasun
ln Informing you at our closing exer
clses today how much we have appreciated your many kindnesses to us
in the past. It Is with regret and sorrow that we hear of your being transferred to West Burnaby school, and
only hope that you may have the same
H,   was  clutching on toi��"��*��s wl*-n >'our n*'* I*uP-ls as wlth
cabin for support, and there be- !"��. ��1 that they may    love    vou as
minster, having decided to cater to
this now neglected portion of the
Fraser river traffic. Arrangements
have been completed whereby he will
receive a daily subsidy of five dollars
for the carrying of the mall between
the two points,' an agreement to this
effect having been come to with   the
ment made yesterday afternoon by
.Matt Barr to C. A. Welsh. The very
sufficient reason for refusing to play
was given at "the boys don't seem to
care about lt." An intimation was
thrown out, however, that if the locals
cared to go over to Vancouver and
play against a picked team at Recrca-
postal   authorities at  Ottawa,  mainly]tion park, the proposition might then
through  the  Instrumentality  of    the  become more attractive to the boys.
Incidentally,   Matt   Barr   remarked
that thc use of the'grounds would cost
only $100, and that, the gate receipts
could be split between the two teams.
steamer j Queens park is a free ground for la-
nbrtbern P   .J orosse and all other matches, but free
recently    c<        Ap.   jnds do not appeal to Matt Barr
Westminster boar
has been interest
tempt to renew f
between Steveston
Capt. Bruce has
previously engage
trade,   and  which
trade,    w*ich
���:. in an at-
mer service
A  this  point.
n and  this
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There will be a large influx of visitors into the city today from Vancouver, in connection with the business F* S* Cameron, one of the partners
men's trip to this city for the second of Ald* E* J' Fa<ler. wh�� returned from
annual occasion. The local real estate 'Australia on the Marama, reaching
offices taking part are: White, Shiles ! port Tuesday, told a News man last
Hale Bros. & Co.; W. J. Kerr & evening that he had spent
City    Realty i
i-  ana o
fell overboard.    Frank    Relchenbach,
of this city, attempted to rescue him,
but was unable to do so.   The place
Is very dangerous, and It Is doubtful
if the search  for the  body  can    be
successful, as the eddies and currents
are very ��wlft In this part of the bay.
The deceased was formerly    bookkeeper at the, Vanstone   Heating   &
Plumbing Co., and recently with   the
Rekhenbach. Meat company.   He came
Irom England when quite young, and
bad visited Australia, and was   some
time later in northern British Colum
much for teaching us so well and beg
you to accept this small present from
us that you may remember us in years
to come. Wishing you all success and
with our love.
DUNDONALD SCHOOL PUPILS.
Mine Crake thanked her little pupils
in a few fitting words. The roll of
honor was made up of the following:
Roll of honor���Signing, Helana
Ayerst; deportment, K Thrussell,
Nellie Woollard; punctuality and regularity, A. Thrussell; proficiency. P.
Fryer; proficiency in    general   work,
(.a. His parents and two brothers live   Nellie Woollard. Helana Ayerst. Annie
in   Vancouver.    His   sad    death    la I Thrussell.
mourned hy a large circle of friends I
in this citv.    He was a member   of
Amity Iodise No. 27. I. O. O. F.
SIX HUNDRED   LIVES
ARE LOST IN STORM
Long Gets Two Year*.
Robert T. Long, the circus employee
who stabbed a companion named
a.rady on Front streft on June 20,
wren Norris & Rowe's circus was In
Hie city, came up for trial before
��� [.ledge Howay yesterday.   (Jrady was a
Victoria, July '_.���News of a boat | reluctant witness agatnsj his compan-
disaster involving the loss of over 600 lion, who pleaded provocation. The
lives at Batavia was brought by the jaccused stabbed Grady twice In the
Empress of China, which arrived yes- |back, and once on the head. Prisoner
terday from the orient. Many large | received a scalp wound during the
overloaded boats were overturned tn j HcufTlc. The judge Imposed a sentence
ihe harbor during a storm, and the Lf )wo years, the indictment being of
.s_.le_.li_i; passengers, struggling in the ; inflicting srrtevou. tjodlly harm.
Rater had  no  chance    of  rescue,  as j ...
more fortunate lM>atB in the neighborhood were already   too crowded   to j
permit of any    others    being    taken j
aboard, were snapped at by sharks.
About thirty were rescued by fishermen, but over 600 were drowned.
During the week following ;ir>i�� corpus
iters    found,     many     mutilated   by
stiiu _��.
Japanese Bank Coming Here.
The .Nippon Trust company, ot
Vancouver, a Japanese banking, trust
sad loan Institution, wlll open u
branch In Westminster ln the near
future, b site having been secured at
Uie corner ot Jennett and Carnarvon j
str-vis. opposite the Royal City mills.
A couple ol buildings, suitable tor ear-
penter or plumbing establishments, j
will be erected on lots adjoining by ;
A. Jones, ol this city, Mr. Jones proposes to build to suit, the requirements i
��' prospective tenants.
Dying of Meat.
New York, July 2.���Eight deaths at-
'tributed to the excessive heat were
j reported to the police authorities today. Before 11 o'clock discomfort
from the heat ��u aggravated by a
high humidity, but this decreased as
the day advanced. The crowded eail
Bide is suffering (VOID the heat anil
the humidity was severe.
around Sechelt. The passenger capac id a few of the other dictators of
Ity of the boat is limited to th: >. I lacrosse in Vancouver who also hap-
slx, while there is also accomodation jpen to be shareholders in the Recrea-
for freight, etc. An-'HPNl'ige speed klon Park and Amusement Co., Ltd.
of eleven knots will be raalntaiued, | Play Intermediates Saturday.
the steamer making two round trips A match against a picked inter-
every day, leaving Steveston at 6 a-m. j mediate team composed of fourteen
and 2 ii.rn.. and w.-tmlnster at 10 a.m. ; men, will be played at Queens park on
and 6 rNn ^ 'Saturday afternoon,   commencing   at
���   three o'clock.   There will be no charge
jfor admission    The seniors will line-
KYLL ANO lnp in the orde. m whjch they inlen(i
MR. HYDE" IS COMtNG ; facing the Shamrocks at Montreal on
'July 21, Len Turnbull playing in his
Theatregoers will be pleased to|^pogitjoa for the first time in some
learn that the coming attraction at the I we���ks. His knee is once more In good
New Westminster opera house, Tues- 'condition,
day, July 7, will be the appearance of
Mr. Lee Willard in Robert Louis
Stevenson's masterpiece, "Dr. Jekyll
and Mr. Hyde." Mr. Willard needs no
introduction to New Westminster as
he will be pleasantly remembered for
his clever acting in "The Country
Squire," which was considered by
many as Ahe most entertaining performance ever given in thla city. An
exceedingly well balanced company ls
in support.
Following is the line-up of the Intermediates who are picked from the Reginas and Westend teams: Goal,
Munn; defence field, Peele, Marshall,
Galbralth, Robertson, W. Warwick,
D. Spring; centre, E. Warwick; home
field, G, Spring, Swanson, A. Smith,
Morrison, Henry, Latham.
CALLS  IT AN   INSULT
TO CATHOLIC QUEBEC
OMAHA DRINKS THIRTY-ONE ,    Muntreal, July 2.-The Verite news-
TONS OF MUD EVERY DAY , pa,.er of Quebec publishes an article
' in connection with   the   tercentenary
Chicago, July 2-i-A dispatch to the celebmloll|   holding   that   the   idea
Tribune    from   Omaha, Neb.,    says; ;of ^^ invitations   being   sent   to
Omaha people   have   been   drinking :france fo participate   In   the   great
thirty-one tons of mud every day, ac- : eveut ^ nothing more than an insult
cording to the testimony of   the   city : ^ ^ Roman catholic   province   of
chemist,   given  yesterday    In   a  suit iQueb���c
wherein Jhe city Is protesting the bills j    Th<j pape_ savg   Cnristlan    France
of the Omaha Water company* because, has   .^   lgnored   tor   Jew,sh   and
of the impure water furnished. Dur
Ing the year the Omaha people drank
11,316 tons of sediment, the chemist
said. The Omaha water supply is secured from the Missouri river, the
muddiest stream in the country.
<ount
panic
in ;a
yesterday.   The other two corn's Bite expected to pay their Ise
feu duys.
Band Going te Bellingham.
Tlie Westminster city bund will uo
ove, to Bellingham tomorrow, having
been Wgagen. to assist in the oelebra-
tlon ol the glorious Fourth. About
twelve inenihers of the band will make
the trip! the majority returning here
on'Sunday afternoon or evening
Secretary   Charged   with   Embexxlimg.
Juneau, July   2.���8evaid  Torkelsen.
.secretary .of  the   Western  Federation
of Miners, resigned office saver*.
days ago Yesterday he was arrested
on the charge ^f embezzling the tmi*
of ihe union. The complaint was
sworn out hy Qtoorge JaeeglaY, treasurer. The amounl Involved was only
$_(..
Masonic France. For this the Verite
puts the responsibility on the representatives ol the British crown who
have invited the French government
to send -delegates and war vessels to
Quebec.
MRS. HUMPHRY WARD
WRITES TO THE TIMES
London, July    2. ��� Mrs. Humphry
Ward, the novelist. In a letter to the
Manufacturers P��y fines.
New    York,    July    2.���Twenty-two
member* of the Manila & Fibre Paper
|Ianu_acturers' association, who were
fine $-.000 each recently for operating
a combine in restraint of trade, paid
a comoiae "i ���._,,<, > Times, recently described the position
their tines -to the United States circuit ���
'"' "   ' of the. women's suffrage mowineni in
the United States, where, she said, despite the keen agitation, women's
position was less advanced than in
Kngland. Mrs. Millicent Garret Faw-
cess replies in a letter to the Times
this morning, admitting tM�� fi_ct, but
contending that this was not due to
the anti-suffragette movement, but to
the corrupion of American municipal
and sUite politics, and difficulties with
the negro and alien problems, whicli
Impel American men to do the'tr .utmost to keep their women out of
politics.
& Co.
Co; P. Peebles; Royal
Co.; McLeod, Marks & Co.; F. J. Hart
& Co. Ltd.; The Settlers' Association
of B. C; Abbott & Hyde; Dominion
Trust Co., Ltd.; Pacific Realty Co.;
Diamond & Corbould; Malins & Coulthard; E. J. Fader; G. E. Buchanan.
There are five special' cars leaving at
9 a.m. and five at 1:30 p.m. "Come
and be our guests," is the Inscription
on the banners of the company, and
all may come.
The visitors will be brought Into the
city over the regular route, and will
be taken directly to the market, which
will be In full swing about the time
the party arrives. After viewing the
busy scene at Lytton square, the Vancouver people will be taken in tow
by different real estate men and be I
shown the beauties of t'ne city, by-
excursions having been arranged to
Sapperton, Queens park, Fraser Mills,
Lulu Island and various other points.
About eight or nine hundred people
are expected to come over on the free-
for-all cars.
LACROSSE PUYERS WILL
TRAVEL WITHOUT WIVES
A special meeting of the executive
of the Westminster Lacrosse club, together with old lacrosse players, met
at the call of the mayor in the board
of trade room yesterday. The meeting was held to receive a report from
his worship with regard to the arrangements for transportation east in
the approaching tour.
The mayor reported that he had
made satisfactory terms with the railway officials concerned, aud all would
he ready for the departure on July 9.
A letter from P. D. Ross, one of the
trustees of the Minto cup, was read,
approving of the plans made for the
competition He wished that the
team would make a good effort after
the cup.
Secretary W. P. Lunny's letter accepting tne dates offered, was also
approved.
It has been definitely decided that
no wives of the players will accompany the team at the expense of those
financing the trip. When the first
suggestion was made by one of the
players that his wife be permitted to
accompany Cue team, only a few opposed the Idea, but when another
player came forward with a similar
request a fear was entertained that
some of the other lads would qualify
for the privilege, and consequently the
proposition was opposed. There will |
be no restrictions placed In the way
of fhe married players taking their
wives along, but the expensp must tie
home by themselves.
a very
pleasant time. "Leaving in February,
he reached Sydney at the best time t*v
a visit trom the heat of December
and January, and returned before the
rainy season set In.
Although the visit was one of
pleasure, his business as a timber
merchant naturally led him to make
some Investigation Into the prospects
of business there. He finds that while
Australia must, owing to the difficulties of transportation, continue to import more and more British Columbian
lumber, yet the quantity reaching the
.New South Wales market, as well as
that in other states of the Commonwealth, is very inferior to that selling
in this country. Owing to the expense of bringing native woods into
the market mlllmen this side can import, paying freight charges, and yet
undersell, or at any rate compete with,
the chief timber merchants in the
southern continent. Under these circumstances Mr. Cameron did not succeed in inducing a firm of Australian
mlllmen to take up Umber limits in
this province as he hoped, but this
may come later.
Mr. Cameron has become Interested
In a gold mine In the heart of New
South Wales, and is a director of
same.
His return voyage was most enjoyable, good weather being the rale
throughout. In the company was Sir
James Mills, manager of the great
Union Steamship company, which controls the Canadian-Australian line.
The doctor on the vessel Is a New
Westminster man, Dr. Briggs.
JAPANESE FISHERMEN
MAROONED ON ISLAND
Victoria, July 2.���Twenty fishermen,
marooned for months on Victor island.
were rescued by the Brazilian training ship Beyamln Constant, and landed at Yokohama, according to news.
received by the Empress ot China,.
which arrived yesterday from, th*
orient. _  .    .......
The men were left on the i_tiai__V
with orders to flsh, by the Jauawss
fishery schooner Hokui Marti; oifc
January 1, last, and were abaricbnts*
The men were found on May iii astdt
were starving when rescued. Thtk
Japanese police have arrested the oap-
tain of the Hokul Maru at Yokohama
for marooning the fishermen.
EMPEROR WILLIAM
MAY  MEET NICHOLAS
Applications in Chambers.
applications in chambers wero
made yesterday before His Honor
'"'Ikc Howay:
1,1 '��' William Robertson deceased.
(i,i||t made (or administration. W, J.
Whiteside for executors.
Yorkshire Guarantee   &   Securities
Garden Party Today.
A garden narty will he held today at
lhe residence or F. Mcintosh, corner
Of Queens Svtmue and Eighth street,
under the auspices of the auxiliary of
St. Pauls Refo.meifKpisco'ial church
]lf wet the party will take place at the
school room of tiie church.
Last Alaska Dance Hall
Is Put Out of Business
St. Petersburg, July S.���A    meeting
between Bmpejror Nic_-��ias. or Russia,
ami the Emperor of Gc_np_any on  the
Baltic, an intimation of which appears
In the  Aech, Is considered    here,    as!
quite possible, nit hough no infor_Bi_Uou j
concerning such an arrangement   is
yet    ���available    In    official    (jusrters. ;
either Russian or Germain.
MESSAGE TO A WOMAN
18 FUGITIVE'S UNDOING
Victoria, July 2.���Traced as a resnlt
of a cablegram sent from Honolulu to
a young lady at Columbus, O., announcing that he was going to Mexico
by way of Vancouver, A. A. Beck, a
former city engineer ol Columbus, O.,
wanted on a charge of bribery, was
arrested on arrival of the steamer-
Marama from Australia, yesterday, by
R. T. Webber, prosecuting attorney...
and McCoy, a lawyer, from Columbus.
Heck and his captors have started,
back to t'olumbua, waiving extradition..
Two other arrests were made lm ��om-
nectloo with the bribery case, one In
Toronto and one in Hamilton, some
months ago.
I
Cholera Is Spreading.
Manila, July 2--Tiic   cholera   has
again spread from Pangaslnan province to the   province  of Nueva Bcija,
' ""l'im.V \.   i,.;,!,,iii, and vs. John- | through recent  festivals
SM|
Order for foreclosure grunted In
!l ,':'-*,li-   J. H. Qranl tor the plaintiff
Only one
[town is itft'eeied and the authorities
.are endeavoring to confine the flls��a8a
j t.hero.
i
Juneau, July 8.-���The last dance hall
In Alaska went out of existence on the
stroke of midnight lust night, when
the Louvre salobn and concert hall
closed   lis doors In  obedience  to   au
,in Juneau, except the hotel bats aud
jtwo saloons, must close their doors
at midnight and remain closed until
IsUQh time us he was sntifled the dauce
���halls meant to observe his order. The
exceptions were in blocks in whicli
order Issued by Judge Gunnison. Two no dance halls have been conducted,
other dunce hulls have lorn up dauc- A storm of protest Immediately
ing Moors und cut out electric wiring, veU up, us tbe order closed a num-
and Will continue business as suloous. ' i,er of saloons never connected   .vHti
A sensation was caused    yesti'rday ;dance balls,
afternoon when Judge (iunnlson sum-      Judge C.urniisun    declares    t.mper-
moned the Juneau saloon men before  ance dance hulls, however, will not be
him and announced that every salintn |iillqwcd.
Hundred Chinese Pay Head Tax.
Victoria, July 2.���On the Bmpress
of China which arrived yesterday from
the Orient, were 5S6 Chinese, fourteen
of these debarked here, and eighty-
tour were hound for Vancouver. One
hundred in all were to pay the head
tax.
Soldiers Victim of Poison,
!    S.ilgon, Cochin China. July 2���Tww
hundred soldiers    belonging    to   tho
French colonial Infantry were   seised
jwlth a sudden nausea in their    bar-
' racks here yesterday.   This unexpected Illness cannot be accounted for, and
it Is believed the men are victims of
an attempt ,of wholesale poisoning.
Warrant  Out  for  Speeder.
In addition to B vagrant sent down
for a month, and several holiday
drunks, a bench warrant was issued
by the police mag! st rate yesterday
against a Vanoouver chauffeur for
driving .an automobile down Tweirth
street at a furious rate on Monday. He
I had failed to appear on the summons.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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George W. Kirchwey.
Professor George Washington Kirchwey, dean of the School of l_aw     -'
of Columbia university, was born in Detroit, Mich., July :t, 1855.   He    J
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Albany. He was admitted to the bar in 1881 and tor ten years practiced law in Albany. During this period he edited the Historical
Manuscripts of the State of New York. For two years he was a professor of law at Union college and in 1891 he joined the faculty of
the law school of Columbia university. Professor Kirchwey Is ,a leading member of the bar association of New York and has written
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Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   e.   C.
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,DAY. JULY  3, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
by the Municipal Councils of the said
Corporations, the agreements between
the Corporation of the Township of
Chilliwack und the Power Company
|being also ratified and confirmed by
���The Chilliwack City Incorporation
Act" (1908).
The waters at present recorded by
nun    .:-,-   |
xt      T_r___tmiti the Power Company  from  Lake    Co-
���   ....in  Vancouver, New Westmin- "  .
i,t Victoria, vaueouve quitiam and  from  Lake  Huntzen  will
ni i*<,-s!and. 13. 0., lor the nine
6ter and tw> - <*   > b, ulillzt.d t0 genera*, the power re-
ontns  beginning JtWlJlJ J    .^    ^^
to Saturday, July  _th
DEPARTMENT    OF    MILITIA    AND
DEFENCE, OTTAWA.
SEALED TENDERS  (In   duplicate)
,  '.  the supply of coa*,  aud  fuel wood
equlrftd to heat the military buildings
BO!
ll(. received up -u ""''**""'' """' J~i I undertaking of   th-e   Power Company,
i.,,,    i,- K-ii tender is lo be marked ��� ��
VT Tf'.Y..r  and  addressed  to   ��*  ��*  is  proposed  to  transmit  such
"";" ,.     ,vof the Militia Council, \��<>���' ��*���** "- ����t through and by
,li,   Mi"-1" - | means of pole and transmission lines
Ottawa. ���,.���, .ini,,.,  front  any  of the power houses, sub-
Prlhted forms ol tender cout.uning ,   .      ,. ...
1 nlu ,      ,,,,.,, , . ������  Stations or transmission lines of   the
. n nnrticulars mav be obtained from ,
full particuwi rv���inr.n  . Power Company throughout the whole
.i    da./.ri'tii'v ol the  Militia council,
tbe Secretary m ��� *. nlo(rt/<t iaiea within which the further under-
,���,.,w,  or at the office of the District ;
Ottawa, oi at i vietoria   who l*-k*ne of U��e Power Company is to be
nfficej*    Commanding,    Vicioiia,  wno .
u ��� .  f   aa,.,.i���-.  ���_,..,, i .<_,-.   carried on, and as is hereinbefore de-
will furnish all information required.,
coi.li tender must be   accompanied ,   De  '
Eac.0 tcnu**  ��� * i    2    And     h,     lg further to   certlfy
i ��� nn accented cheque, payable to the -. ,        _   ,
by an accepieu        .    . .   . , lual u     fl_gt        t or  portlon 0j tne
,,��� ,,f the  Honorable  the Minister
or<Jer ot me ro d        ertaWng and   works  hereby
.. Militia aud Defence for   five    per ��                                  * I
of Militia auo                                      *�� r     ,d      jjj be the H      of eleotrlc ,
_ nt   r.f the amount of    tne    tender, ]���-��-���
cent ot im am .     n        f        ^   said Cit    of   New j
,_.i,;,.h wi l he forfeited If the    party ,
wU.<ti V.1U ue Westminster to the said City of Chilli- I
n iking the tender declines to sign a . '
i wack   and   the   necessary pole   and ;
ahe  ti ansmisslon lines in connection there- j
'   with;
(3)   And this   Is   further to certify
contract wben called upon   to do so.
I   Time to Change Your   5
Underwear!
We have what you want
Limen Mesh,   Balbriggan,  Natural
Wool, Natural Merine, Cashmere
Prices from 50c the garment to
$3.00 the garment
it-
any
jf the tender be   not   accepted
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind
gelf to accept  the    lowest    or
tender.
E. F. JAItVIS,
Secretary, Department of Militia
Defence.
Department of Militia and Defence,
Ottawa, June 10, 1908.
(H.Q. 99-11-6.)
Newspapers will not be paid for this
that the Power Company shall have
duly subscribed before it commences
1be construction of the said further
. i undertaking and works, or exercises
any of the powers ln that behalf conferred by tbe "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897," Part IV., one thousand (1000) shares of one dollar (|l.uyj
f*ch.    The further amount of capital
Niewsiiapaprs wi i noi oe puiu ioi  iui_
-.ewspapa.! . required  to fully  complete  the    first
__.<��rti .ement   f thev Insert it witb-
out authority from the Department
PART  IV.
���WATER   CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION  ACT,   1897."
I. This ls to certify that tbe Van-
.- couver Power Company, Limited,
(hereinafter called the "Power Com-
pany") specially incorporated pur.
Buant to Part IV. of the "Water
Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897," on
the 2_th day of January, 1898, for the
; r;iose of exercising tbe rights,
p< wets, privileges, and priorities in
sin} by Part. IV, of tb. said Act
treated, granted, and conferred, ha8,
'ri addition to its undertakings here-
i'ifore approved of by the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council bv Certificates ol
Approval, dated the U'h day of February, _!*u_, aud the 18th day of .May,
l'.niti. submitted its further undertaking to the Lieutenant-Governor iu
Council for approval, and that the
.-Md further undertaking, as shown by
lhe documents and plan duly filed in
ursuance ol '.be said .\ct, has been
approved, and tt:ut the same is as follows:
The construction, equipment, opera-
t en, and maintenance of a line or
lines of eiectrfc railway, tramways, or
reet railways, with ali necessary
H.le Unas and overhead and other
construction with ail necessary _ide-
��� ticks, switches, and branches for
lhe conveyance of passengers and
Height from pome point or poiuis at
pi near Lots one  tl)  and    two    (2),
part of the said further undertaking
and works Is to be provided by the
It.an of two million four hundred and
ninety-nine thousand dollars (f_,l9.t,-
000) to be made by tbe British Columbia Ehectric Railway Company, to be
secured by mortgage bonds of the
Power Company in sterling or decimal
currency carrying Interest, or by such
ether form of security as may be
agreed upon between the said Companies;
4. And this ls further to certify that
t.ie time within which the said further capital to be subscribed, namely,
...lie thousand dollars, in addition to
capital already subscribed, is fixt'd at
two _non*b. from the date hereof, and
ine time in which the first part of
raid further undertaking and works,
as set forth in paragraph two hereof,,
U to be commenced shall be before
the expiration of three months from
tbe late hereof; aud the date at which
tbe remainder or any portion of the
s.'iid further undertaking and works
bereby approved may be commenced
;. fixed at flve years from the da'e
hereof, or such further time as the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council may
hereafter approve.
Dated this 19th day of May, 1908.
FRED .1. FULTON,
("lerk of the Executive Council.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon L oute
Citj Block toui (4), in the City ofL CONRADi CARCROSS. ATLIN,
Ne-* Weatminater. to and throughouthyHITE HORSE, DAWSOK and
tbe streets pi the city ol ChlUwaek,! FAIRBANKS. Daily train* (except
passing turough the mun c paiit.e.-' Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
a*.* 8urrey, Delta, Langley, Matsqui, I express and freight connect witb
Bumaa and Chilliwack, and the Town-! stages at Carcross and White Horse,
sites of Ahbotsford  and Huntingdon,! maintaining a through winter sennc*
.ni information apply to
1.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Managet
Vancouver. B   r
and throughoul the District of .New
Westminster and over and along any |
cl the public roads iu ibe said Mum- ,
������pabtie. cr anj ol the intervening
I .'bile roads, or such other rights of
���������'��� where the public loads are uot
w-ed, B_i may be acquired by the
Power Company; the erection, construction, operation and maintenance
u 'bin  the said  City    of chilliwack
��� ltd  thu said  Municipalities and  Dis-
Cl   nt  N.-v,   Westminster, of electric
^"ti's,    power    bouses,    generating
"'��, pole lines, overhead and ether
��� '' I' ti. a and such other appliances and ct nvenlencea as are necei-
i ��� rn and throughoul the said city
��� ' Chilliwack, the street., thereof, and
.nd throughout tbe said Muntclpall-
'     and the public  roads thereof, and ,
���ml throughout and over the public !
Ida of any Municipalities that may!
1 reafter bi   tormt .1 within the area
'��������� '-'of, witb pui |l'c ami private light-
I   and beating and power for manu- ,
I ' taring and industrial purposes, and
n connection therewith; the construe-1
t "a. operation and maintenance of all
II cessary and required overhead ->ole
-"���d   tranamlBBlon   and   other   lines!
necessary or  required  In  connection
��� "b   the  Bald   under;;!!.ing   from  any
ll  'he power licuscs. sub-stations    or
I'.itismiHsion  Unea of the  Power Coin-!
I any throughout the whole aren, ns Is!
I" ti'lnbefore set forth.    Together with
���'l'1 such rights, powers and privileges
may he necessary   to   effectually!
��frry out the terms and conditions of,
thi several agreement! made between
'<'   Corporations    of  Surrey,    Delta,'
langley, Mataqul, Sumas, and Chilli-
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Sent On Approval
To Responsible Pxopi.k
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UAMfc 61 NARROW MARGIN
Westminster had the sharpest stroke
of fortune that a cricket team can
have in their match on Wednesday
with the Burrard club at Queen's
park. Aiter scoring 69 for the loss of
only three wickets, the tail collapsed,
aud fell fur ten runs, Burrard winning on the lirst innings by one run.
In the second venture the visitors
made 126 for the loss of four, and put
Westminster in to try and knock up
the inns, however time did uot permit. A. Howe made' a splendid hit
over the fence, down the drive. The
Westminster bowling was satisfactory,
but the most pleasant change was the
improvement in the fielding. Seven
extras in over 200 runs speaks well
for Westminster.
Burrard, 80 and 124 for four wickets
declared.   H. Rhodes, ST.
New Westminster, 79, .1. H. Vidal
24, P, J, Pe��ers 37, and UT for eight
wickets; P. C. Lashmar 22, A. Rowe
14, F. J. Peers 11, W. Whiteley 10, C.
Purvis (not out) 12.
AT THE HOTELS,
TME
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When Orders
for Coal
are sent us we lose no time in
filling them. We are prepared
to take care of all orders
promptly afnd correctly.
Our coal Is not the cheapest
in the market in price, but you
will find it is cheapest in the
end���gives more heat and is
free from slate and dirt.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them ex
���mined. We make no charge
for testinfl your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors  in T.  Gifford't
Jewelry Store.
Russell.
A. A. Bouue, Vancouver.
F. S. Cameron, Sydney, Australia.
.1. McCallum, Vancouver.
Miss White, Vancouver.
M.  J.  Ross, Vancouver.
W. J. Harold Harmer, Vancouver.
W. R. Nelems, Chilliwack.
W. F. Grundy, Toronto.
Frank Mclntyre, Vancouver.
W. R.   Morrison, Vancouver.
R. J. Buchanan, Vancouver.
E. G. Rolston, Vancouver.
T. Baridge, Vancouver.
J. E. Cowan, Vancouver.
John Becnter and wife, Vancouver.
Jacob Bechter and wife, Southampton.
Windsor.
R. H. Blackstock, Port Hammond.
John Brown, Regina.
F. Robinson, Seattle.
R. J. MeNeel, Victoria.
Peter Johnston, Victoria.
Mr. Robinson, Cloverdale.
Mrs.    Jackson    and    family,    Port
Haney.
A. Lelion, Silverdale.
J. McBredo, Nicomen.
T. Campbell, Kamloops.
W. Burr, Vancouver.
.T. L. Martin, Pitt Meadows.
P. Munro, Pitt River.
J. Bayley, Pitt River.
J. B. McKamey, Vancouver.
T. Prafit, Elgin.
Ernest Johnson, Elgin.
O. Vaughan. Victoria.
S. North, Vancouver.
R. Huitt and wife, Vancouver.
Powder
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TORONTO. ONT.
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Notice re Water Rates
The following resolution was passed
at the regular meeting of tbe City
Council on June 1, 1908:
"That the water rates to be paid by
consumers Ue amended as follows*.
"(1) That the water supplied to
Chinese houses and all other houses
and offices in connection with sawmills or other industries be charged at
the household meter rate, that all
sawmill stables be charged at the
schedule rate per horse. (2) That
ihe minimum charge to household
meter services be increased to $1.87
per month, subject to the usual rebate.
{",) That the minimum meter charge
to business meter services be in-
cteased to $2.00, subject to the usual
rebate. (4) Tbat the irrigation rate
by meter be increased to 20 cents per
100 cubic feet. (5) That the meter
rent for one half inch and three-
quarter inch meters be 25 cents per
month, nett."
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 4, 19��8.
HAMS-*
18c. ���*"��>
THR  -
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St and   **iftta Arrow*
PHONE 37a
BOWELL A ODDY. Proprietor*
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
Postponed Sale of Lulu Island
Acreage and City Lots
The corporation of the City of New Westminster will offer for sale
'at PUBLIC AUCTION, in the Council Chamber, City Hall, at 2 p-_a.
Saturday, July llth, 1908. Thirty-four (34) acre hlocks on LCLtf
ISLAND. Several with DEEP W.VTER. FRONTAGE on the NORTH.
ARM of the FRASER RIVER, and all facing on good roads or roerf
allowances. .\LSO several residential lots in different parts of New
Westminster City.
Catalogues  Can   Be   Obtained  at   thc
City   Treasurer's  Office,   City   Hall.
N.  H.  MQUARRIE
CITY    TREASURER
1
McQuarrie & co.' I Dangers of Diarrhoea
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333,
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Electric Railway Service::
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wa*
stations will run every halt-
hour from .*.:")0 a. ta. Last
car leave* at 11 p. m.
(Last car I v. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leavevthe depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City Line:    Cars leave tram ' '���
office on the hour, twenty minutes after an<! forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. in.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   lenve
at ten minutes after tbe hour,
half past and fifty minute-, after i;
the hour, commencing at  *i:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  halt-noun* he* , >
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Lid
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This is the time of year when you may expect a sudden attack of
diarrhoea, Children are specially susceptible at this season. Protect your-
self by keeping in the bouse a bottle of
DWIGHT'S DIARRHOEA CURE.
It is most effectual in quieting cramps, allaying the pain and checking
ihe too frequent  motions of the bowels.
At
Ryall's Drug Store
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817. .
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RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
' Sranches throughout Canada and New 'oundlan.l,  and  ln   London,   England,
New York. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A. and Mexico City.    A (.en-
eral Banking Business Transacts,
tetters of Credit Issued, available Witl  correspondents In all  parte of the
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits received in tun., of Jl and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per Mt pe?   .nunm  I present rate, addoil
four timet a year.
| Tot*' Assets over sit'H.oim.imo.ufl.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   JULY
1908.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Puh-
iishing Company, Limited, at then-
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
���treets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
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E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
FRIDAY,  JULY   3.   1908.
DOMINION DAY.
Oue could not help noticing the general air of prosperity pervading the
holiday seekers ou Canada's greatest \
day, the cosmopolitan make up, the
distinctive dress, the happy and generous consideration of others and the '
freedom and cordiality with which
"the stranger within our gates" was '
invited to enter into the spirit and enjoyment of the day. One brawny son
of Scotland very aptly saw what many
of us fail to notice in that no special
days the birthplace and clan are
strongly in evidence, but the next day
we are all Canadians. This is as it
should be, and the man who remembers the land of his nativity will make
��iaS a rule the best Canadian citizen.
It was very unfortunate that there
weie a few accidents, more especially
that one of our young business men
found a watery grave ,but these accidents might have happened at any
time. The general consensus of opinion is thai the transportation companies handled the crowds well and
the immense number carried over the
B.. C. E. Railway were never better
provided for or handled with such caution, the officials and employees seemed to vie with each other to do their
best, so thai everyone might be
abundantly satisfied.
Reid& Co.
Successor to
H. L. DeBeck
We Wish to Announce That We Have Purchased the Clothing   and  Men's   Furnishing   Business   of H.   L.  DeBeck
To introduce ourselves to the buying public, and to reduce a stock that is too large for
this season of the year, during the month of July we will offer
GreatBargains in Every Department
This introductory stock-reducing sale will begin Friday, July 3rd, "(market day),
and will last during the month. Every man to whom price and quality appeals
and who requires wearables of any kind will want to visit our store during
this sale. Every mother who wish to buy only the best goods, and who wishes
to save money on her boys' outfits will wish to see our prices before buying.
Mr. DeBeck has built up his business by buying and selling only the very
best goods���consequently the stock we offer you is second to none.
OUR SUMMER GOODS MUST GO REGARDLESS OF COST
REID & COMPANY
CAN  THE   MINORITY   RULE?
We have been asked the question
again and again���Can the minority,
the few oppositionists in the Dominion
Parliament, effectuallyJjlock the progress of the business of the country ?
flow can this mere fragment of tho
House, a small section of a small opposition constitutionally obstruct?
Why does nol the majority outvote
them and disregard  the obstruction?
.Making one answer apply to all
these questions as we understand the
situation it is thus: All money required for the carrying on of the
Government and the various depart-
ineui.s and works undertaken musl be
foted In "committee of the whole to
granl supply." On .. motion, which
musl be made each time the Mouse resolves itself Into committee for this
Bpecial purpose, a member may discuss any question for an indefinite
time and may repeal the dose as often
is he chooses. The widest latitude
md inmost liberty is allowed, under
existing rules to all members In the
matter of debate, it being understood
thai some common sense will be used
i>> the members who all si and to lose
ity the lengthening out of the session.
Hm this unwritten law or rule is
-sometimes taken advantage of, and
this wide privilege is abused and a
vfvy small number acting In concert
may (any on hour after hour and day
after day iii relays a debate foreign j
to practical politics, the only limit be- |
ing their power of endurance and the j
effrontery they possess.
In the presenl Instance a reckless
member, George Eulus Foster, and ,a
reckless coterie of his section of the I
.small opposition have laid themselves
out to, and have succeeded in doing
���what they planned, block the business of the House and incidently the
/public business all over the country.
There being at present no closure
adopted In our Parliament���we believe
the only Parliament In the world
��� wi'ero it does not exist���they are able
to do as they have done constitutionally.
in a similar situation the (Hailstone
Gover.r_fi_.enl of Greal Britain In 1882
Introduced und carried the closure,
and it has been used .effectually on
occasion by every British Government
Blnce that time, The same necessitj
has caused Its adoption and use in
ever* other Parliament except our
own, which still allows the widest
privilege to its members, we think unwisely, If the miserably small clique
���f obstructionists, for whom, to be fair,
we cannot blame the whole Conservative opposition, is to be allowed to
continue the utterly insenate tactics,
it will not be long before the respectable sensible element of the opposition will join hands with the Govern-
men. and adopt the closure, We think
it cannot be done too qulcWy because
the situation is, beyond all question,
intolerable and If allowed to continue
���will drive lhe besl element of our
members of Parliament out of public
life, for the very good reason that being business m''t> thay cannot afford
the time. They are w Uing to sacrifice
time and business for the general
benefit   of  the country,  but  they  are
I I TRAVFRS AUCTIONEER and:
iJ. IIM\YE_IYJ VALUATOR .  .
not ready to put up with the unnecessary waste of time by ,a few professional politicians who have no respect
for the dignity of Parliament, no sense   A"   business   in   this  line   guaranteed.   PIlMlD.rS, GaS afld    Hot   Water liU.rS, Elf.
of shame for the humiliation and dis- Phone A 243.
credit   they  have   brought upon    this       Auction sale every  Friday morning
Igreatest  of our institutions,  the Par-!on the  Market square. B
'.lament  of Canada,  and    the    insult ��� tention. Sewer connections made.
they offer to o'lr system of responsible |
Government by whicli we have ,agr
that   the  majority shall  rule.
If the Canadian Parliament is to re-
main  responsible and  free this    mail |
iperpetuity of obstruction must be put
beyond tlie realm of the possible audi
everj   right   thinking    Canadian   will j
'honor the man wiio'will introduce the j
j effective machinery.
tr
THE
ADVERTISF.       *T__i
��� IN ���
DAILY       NEWS
Ri MILES & CO.
R-pairs of all kinds given special at-
M derate Charges. Phone  A '177
Front St. New Westminster
Westminster
Transfer Co
Notice
Office 'Phone 135.     Barn 'Phoi
Columbia  Street
Baggage    delivered    promptly
any  part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TR-MVI   DEPOT.
��� 137     Telephone communication has bi
established   with   Westminster   .i i
No mora n**e*i of sending your
I 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  CANADA
Mail   orders  filled   same  day  as  received-
A.   G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS {Xj
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.       j Qjj
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber St amps" i Pjl
 m
jHoliday
Shoes for
Everybody
i ii **w**m
tion and l'itt  Meadows.    Other offlc.
on tli.. line to Mission City will
opened shortly.   No tee will lie givi
as additional offices are opened.
British Columbia Telephone Co., lid.
w ; .���
hj We have just received
��3 -
6x* and you are invited to insp.c',
jVJ. without doubt the finest <*e-
{Xj lection of HIGH-CLASS
JJJJ WOOLENS that ever creased
the pond.
J. N. AITCH.SON
Merchant Tai'or
iColumbia   St.,   NEW   WF STMINSTEF,
IVO. Box   171,        Tel.   53. Ret
Estimates   Submitted.
129
S.S.   RAMONAjfri   ���
(30 ^^i-itJ^rri/2krif  We are headquarters for
85 V-7C11 lld l ICl l ���  nobby    and    comfortable JJfj���*��.���....
S3 footwear for the hot days.   Our line of Patent and
SI Tan Calf Oxfords, White and Tan Canvas Boots
- and Oxfords a* e the best in town.   For Tan Oxfords j?
ask to see our "Newark" and "Walkover" lines.       0
I P^rli^^! ^ee  our  w^n(^ow  display of Fine g
LOLlltJo. Summer Shoes.   Finest line of white p;
and colored Canvas goods we have ever shown, fl^
For Patent or Tan Calf Oxfords
^ VI 7   _____________________
M!     --Westminster..
&IIRON  Works
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at. Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers  and   freight.
Leaves    Brackman  <t   Ker    wharf,
N'ew   Westminster.   Tuesdays,   Thursdays and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leave3   Chilliv..u'k  Wednesday,   Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAr  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
K.   WIHTMOKF. Secretary.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ite Subdivision  A of the    northwest
quarter of Section 2, Townsnlp L6,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of thc loss of certificate  of   title  number   7460 P,   issued
in  the name of Donald    Fraser,   has
been tiled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that. I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
tire date of the first publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published In
the City of N'ew Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S.  KKITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry,   Office,   New   Westminster, U. C, June 2'.*, 1908.
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Iron   Gates,   l-ences,   Greetings,  Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITH.NG
NONE BETTER THAN
THE
��fe��-^��^C
'WE ARE
"SPECIAL AGENTS
See our "Cross" and
"Empress" lines
Children's Canvas
Shoes
in all sizes
Office and  Works:
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
What They All Say
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
$ign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
"I didn't, know we could
get such good wo;., in Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.'
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SAIISHES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
��� FRIDAY, JULY 3,  1908.
THE DAILY M \\S.
page _i\*i_.
THE CASH STORES   T. H. SMITH    THE CASH STORES
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The Semi-Annual Sale
Thursday, July 2nd, heralds the
Great semi-annual sale. The
most important event of the
season. For months back we
have been preparing for this
event, ransacking the eastern
markets with great success.
Taking advantage of the
money stringency, we purchased for ready cash, from
the overstocked manufacturers' seasonable merchandise
at greatly reduced prices, and
are showing them at almost
incredible prices.
The Whole Stock of
Colored Muslins at
City News
Internn oi took place at the |, t>  rj. F.
ceuu
officl
Rev.     -1.
Henderson
-No better goods made than the clear
Havana *T.rilliante" cigar. **
St   I:.irnabas church picnic to Erig-
''Kl' wis a great success ye tei
'1:i>      Vhout   100 went  from tliis    city.
Sec !  beach  was the spot    chosen,
; enjoyable time was -pent.
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You Get Married.   We Will Feather the Nest \
JUST THINK OF IT :
Th�����. Trader brought in about ninety   <,.,,,..,, ,   ,
��evei_] cars conveyed the visitors
tons ol   coal   and  twenty-two  tons of
general produce from  Victoria.
���Ml kinds or annuals at Tidy's, the
I florist.   Phone LS4. *���
R. .VI. Bresworth, the agent succeeding G. W Snyder at the 0. X. R. depot,
arrived yesterday from Anacortes and
! registered at the Windsor hotel.
First clas< cut carnations only 25c
a dozen .,- Davies & Son. Telephone
B208. **
The Junior council of the R, T. of T.
hail an enjoyable picnic yesterday at
Stanley park. Special cars were
chartered.
i
Rain or shine you will find comfort
ir an "Old Sport" hand made cigar. **
A baseball game against the V. A. C.
u am will ire played by the Westminster team tit Recreation park early
next wee:.
Duplicate orders or the "Auto" cigar
proves their growing popularity.    *""
The land registry office receipts for
June were $2081.87, about equal to the
returns for corresponding months of
previous years.
All enior lacrosse players ar,- requested to turn out to practice early
this evening, as arrangements have
been made for the taking of a group
photograph of the future holders of
the Minto cup,
, William Robertson, son of William
'Robertson, of IIIS Third avenue, is
seriously ill at the Royal Jubilee hospital. Victoria. Mrs. and Miss Robertson, mother and sister of the sick
man. left yesterday for the capital.
Horace Dorer haa just installed a
retinoscope and an ophthalmoscope in
his optical parlor and is now prepared
to make an examination of the eyes
equal to any city in Canada. **
The preliminary hearing '"of the
murder charge against James Jenkins
was fixed for Tuesday next It was
further remanded yesterday till that
date when the crown cast., will be
ready.
Take Hi.- parlor, dining room or bedroom;   we oan    furnish   evM
from $50.00 to $..iio.0O.
Say the Parlor
One handsom'r?  Brussels Rug.
Three-piece PaTlo.r Suite.
One Parlor Table.
Two Window Shades.
Two pair Lace Curtaius, with
poles and trimmings,
four pleasing Pictures.
X Say the Diningroom
i
Your choice of one Linoleum
of Carpet
One Extensioa Table.
One Sideboaril
Six high back Chairs.
Two Window Shades.
Two  pair   l.acer Curtains  and
trimmings.
Four Pictures,
Say the Bedroom
One Iron Bed, full size
One good Spring.
One good Mattress.
One Dresser and Stand.
One Art  Square.
Two Window Shades.
Two pair Lace Curtains aad
trimmings.
Two Sheets.
One pair Blankets.
One Comforter.
0��e pair Pillow*
One pair Pillow Cases.
Two pair of Towels.
!    Lee's Mammoth Furnishing fmporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA S' ..-.ET.     NEW  WESTMINSTK
Opposite Lo'/te Street. Phone 73.
_��. C.
meeting   of  the  school     trustees
be held on Thursdaj   nexl -when
Fresh   dairy   butter   at   Howard
Mulrhead's, 25c and 30c per pound.
... ft
Half Price
The Mainland 'dub hus moved    Its
��� headqu irter.  from Columbia street to
Cash's house, Eighth -'re"*  and Car-
I narvon.
We have thirteen and a half acres
'of very good land on the North road;
' part   In  clover.    Convenient   t i  Sapperton  car  liue.    Can  be  bought   on
easy    terms.      Abbott  i: Hyde,    238
| Columbia street
15c English i'*   *    Scotch Ginghams, etc., at, per yard  10c
(Oe chee'.' Zeph ; French Ginghams  it   per yard  15c
10c White Sheeting, 72 Inches wide,  for    25c
$2.5() and $2.75  Black Broadcloths (or, ,>��� i . ���       $1.50
15c White ani Colored Flannelettes at, per yard     812c
25c and 35c Whit . Belts for,   each    15c
Women's $25.00 Suits for  $12.30
v.   ::,- n's $15 00 3uits foi     $7.50
.:  " Whit for     50c
Ji iO White Undei     rta for 95c
$1.50 Moreen Un lerskirt -, all colors,  for   75c
Hundreds   of   Other   Lines
Equally Reduced
We are determined to make this
sale the biggest we have ever had
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T. H. SMITH
THE GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL SALE
:i     Of
Soutll
is   expected,   Queen.,   park
.en engagi _ for th" occasi m.
Ymi.i..   .   ,*ei j    lai ge   .;���   n ���
. from t'.i" schools of
| Vancouvei
! havin
A
will
matters connected with the recent
term's work will be wound up.
Resignations from some of the teachers will be considered, matrimony being responsible for two.
A meeting of the executive of the
Westmin ter Publicity association was
ii' : 5 ester la; afternoon in HE. I..
Edmond's office, when arrangements
with regard to Bending descriptive
pamphlets  east  in  charge  of  a  man
; who is to accompany the lacrosse
team  on   Its   trip  to   Montreal,   were
; further advanci d.
Don't forget Garden Party tonight.
Queens avenue and Eighth street.
Come and bring your friends. We'll
be pleased to see you. St. Pauls (R.__.)
auxiliary. Strawberries, ice cream,
etc. If weather conditions are unfavorable, we'll meet you in the school
room of the church.
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orce
Th
ree
packages
for 25c.   Sells regu-
larly
at
two packages
for 25c.
We
have some
a\0.
1 potatoes   at
$1.50
pe
* sack, or
fifty
pounds for 85c.
This
is
a low price, as they are very
scarce.
Canadian   Wheat   Planes   30c   pet-
Howard & Mu.t'liea I'S.    ** ! ,
Plans have Just heea completed for
Appreciation of the work   of   Miss   a splendid camping and summer re-
Cripps, teacher at the nine Mountain  BOrt at Semlamo bay, between Blackie
school, was expressed by  the parents   Spit and White  Rock.    Fine bathing i
ol  her pupils at the closing exercises .beach, good boating, beautiful view of
of the school early this week. -   open straits.    Railway runs past pro
perty.    While. Shiles it Co. are plac-|
ing the resort on the market in half ���
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery
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3 RESIDENCES \
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As I am about to leave the city I am offering three residences and'  *
Arrangement ���  are  being  made  * n
he  appearance here mi July  13 and
11   i| the En    ���   - opt ra i impany, of
v       mver    '        thi   play, "The l**1-
(hemian Girl." wil   be presented.
A st ��� "���'��� ei i and Ice cream social
will be held this afternoon at
residence of Miss Mabel Bowell,
Third avenue. The Y. W. C, T. V. is
.to be benefited bj the receipts taken
In al the social.
The customs returns for the month
t J ine at the port of Westminster
are: Duty collected. $21,268.19; other
revenue, $308.86; total, $21,577.95, This
is an Increase over the corresgUhdlng
month of lasl year ot $2203.68, as In
the above total is included $5856.71
extraordinary duties.
acre lots fronting the sea.   Prices are
low and terms easy. **
The number of cases a* tlie citj
police court last month -v.is not la ge.
They were twenty-four of drunkenness, three breaches o: the liquor
tic. use by-law, four of obtaining goods
und"!' false pretences, four breaches
of the street by-law, four of vagrancy,
two of theft, one case of cruelty to
animals, three breaches of the Indian
act, one of ndeceat exposure, one of
wounding with intent, oue of using insulting language, two of being inmates
'jf houses of Ill-fame, four of keeping
such houses, one under drunkard's
protection act, and three of gambling;
a total of fifty-eight.
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I The Season Has Arrived for You to
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���   and   Mrs.   Huston,   of  this   city.    The
Preserve Strawberries \Seasonable
They are in tine condition, and are to be
had cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORE than any other store in town.
Call  Us Up and  Give  Us   Your Order
TME
Public Supply Stores GE0-ADAMS
The funeral took place yesterday af-      Dominion Day was   celebrated   on
ternoon of   Adelaide    Huston,    aged   Wednesday by a large efflux of cltl-
twenty, who died In  Vancouver    on j-sens.to various points.   Vancouver at-
Tuesday.   She was born In Manitoba,   (factions hail an ample share of pat-
the youngest daughter of W.   ronage, especially the lacrosse game,
and the Scottish sports across the inlet at  North Vancouver.    Hero Royal
. City   representatives  were   very   successful,    About   100   went   to   Agassiz
I on the special C. P. R. excursion. The
same company  booked  185 excursion
tickets for various destinations.   The
ll. C. B. R- ran special cars to Vancouver, and   carrie,1  over   1500    passenger* outbound from this city.   The
: exodus h.as been unrivalled in recent
i \ears.
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.
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BE ALERT!
STUMPING  POWDER   FOR   CLEARING  LAND.
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B.  C.        Phone  92.
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F. CRAKE! C��-���SLETS
: Picture :
Paris Green
Arsenate of Lead
Hellebore
Quassia
Killemsop
Whale Oil Soap
Insect Powder
| per box (fo.b.) at tho works at Na-
And Other Insecticides fori"���*,��-�� ��r ������* *�� a**Ml��� llt tbeoapl"
i sale bv
The    arrangements    made    by    the
government for supplying stumping
powder for land clearing purposes,
are ns follows: A carload is purchased at a time, which is available
for the purposes named, in lots to suit
purposes named at the rate of $6.25
English Watchmaker
Two  door,  from   Geo. Adam.,  Croc.
open
doubl*'
'-wiles'(lold Watcnes trom 112.76 up
(i<*ntl��men'B   Silver   Watch"
'ace, $6.00.
���ioutlenien'. Silver  Watches,
���case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
\rl-     p SI*I,,"11<JI-  ���"   ^e   Wellman
arctic Expedition,    Ml warranted
Chains, aings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
ibla.'-'r,   -"pairiug.     marges   reason
POSTCARDS
AUK   NOW   ON  SALE AT
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE.
J   G. GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
F.  MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE,
CURTIS
Drugs, Spectacles and Heeds
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
'V. H.ath, late of Ottawa. In charge
'of the Optical Department.
tal
The 0. P. R. agrees to transport this
.powder to stations along the line of
railway, for members of Farmers' Institute! In lots of 6000 pounds or over,
at single first class rates, and in lesser
quantities at double lirst class. To all
points not touched by the ('. I', railway, purchasers must make their own
remittances for transportation. Remittances and orders should ibe trans-
knitted through the presidents or secretaries of the Institutes.
O. J AC KM AN.
I    Secretary-treasurer ot the Ma'squl
1 Institute.
NON-TARIFF INSURANCE IS
THE POPULAR INSURANCE TODAY BECAUSE IT IS AS GOOD
AS THE BEST AND COSTS LESS
MONEY. 1 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
RATES.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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The Oriental Contract (o.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box nto.
D. C. PATTERSON
BoiUrmakar
PERSONAL ATTENTION  TO
REPAIRS.
Works     tit     EDMOND3     STATION.
P. O. Box 908.     Phon�� J 208.
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THE DAILY NEWS:
FRIDAY,  JULY  3,
ANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
���POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN RE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next   Bailings   of   the   Empresses
June 26.
For  other  dates   and   particulars,
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
This Date in History
ii
The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and 'Mn.nrr tzn on alll their trains and
give h. i _ trons an excellence of
��ervi_.   i.   a btainable elsewhere.
_*_. s. ROWE. General Agent
��� -_ Tlairrt M.   ror AV��r  fortUnd. Or.
JULY 3.
1608���Chan-plain founded the city
of Quebec.
177.1���Washington took command of
the Continental army at Cambridge.
1781���Engagement between British
and American troops at Kings
Bridge, N. Y.
1S25���George I_. Fox, noted actor,
born.    Died Oct. 24, 1877.
1839���First normal school in America
opened at Lexington, Mass.
1_6_���Last day of the battle of Gettysburg.
1866���Prussians defeated the Aus-
trians at Sadowa.
1890���Idaho territory became a state.
1898���The Island of Guam seized by
the Americans of the warship
Charleston.
sunliaht
soap
five
cents a bar
Jse it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
all the toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and  follow directions.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
COAL
VF       ADVERTISE      "M
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
It You've LOST Anything.
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box 345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH.
'Phone 105.
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealer* m All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
The Big Bankrupt Stock Sale
At the Westminster Clothing Company
STILL IN FULL SWING
7 HE FIRST WEEK OF THIS BIG SALE IS OVER, PUT THE CROWDS STILL COME. The reason
is, we treat them right. We not only advertise bargains, but we give bargains, and bargains that
the people talk about. We have kept our promise and that is the only key that will unlock the
golden gate to success. We have sold many hundred dollars worth of fine clothing and furnishings
this week, but the store is still full to overflowing.
Today We Have a Big Carnival of Bargains
COME EARLY IN THE DAY,   THE FIRST COMERS  GET THE  CHOICE
Read   On   For   Today's   Specials
Another Suit Snap
$22.50 Suits for $8.75
Here's a Bargain
$15.50 Men's Suits for $5.50
A lot of Men's Fine All-Wool Tweed Suits, make and cut the latest; .   a good lot of Fine Imported Tweed and Worsted Suits; double and           One hundred and fifty pairs Boys' Strong Tweed Knickers;    sizes
have been sold for $15.50.   Sale price   ���5-50     single breasted styles; sizes 35 to 42; regular prices $18.00 to $22.50.     22 to 33; regular price $1.00.   Sale price 45c
A Pant Bargain--$1.75 Men's Pants ���*������������"- ���"
for 85c $3.50 Trousers $1.75
Two hundred pairs Men's Strong Tweed Working Pants, all sizes; -_,,,..        ,._,_,     ���.      _      _ ,_.
made lo sell for $1.75. Sale price 85c Two hundred and fifty pairs Men's fine Tweed and Worsted Pants;
_,        ,     ���.      .   . nl  .    , Bood pattern6; wel1 marle; were *3-50*   Sale '>r-ce  |175      nnd greys; latest style, cut and finish; made to sell   for   $25.00   to
Men s Working Shirts $30.00. Dum_g .ms saie tor $15.75
Hundreds of Men's ,Strong Work Shirts;   all sizes;    regular  price Men S Fine   ShirtS
$1.00.    Sale price      c Hundreds of Gents' fine soft-bosom  and stiff-bosom    Shirts;    all                             Me^S CanVaS GlOVCS
lt/F^'c*.  D^rc'   ov.rl    T orlim.**    QVinoc    Of     nPW   "aUern8;   regUlai' $1'50'   Sa,e Pr'Ce ^ Two bundred Ao'en Men's Canva8 G,oves- re6ular 10r* Durln�� thls
lvien s coys  anu ljauies i onue& <x 1 gale these g]ove8 wlll be BoW at Four Palrt fQp 25c
Less than Haif Price Men's Bard Felt Hats
Men's Sailor Straw Hats
Regular $1.25.   Sale price 60c
Knickers at Less Than Half
$1.00 Boys Knee Pants for 45c
Something ^xtra���$30.00 Suits
for $15.75
An extra good lot of Gents' Fine Worsted Suits in the new browns
Men's Underwear
Bftlbrlggan Under
Made by the well known firms,  HefltOn, Scott,  Young &  Co.,    and
Lanston   &  Co., Picadilly,  London;  regular $8.00  and    1:1.50.    Sain
25c      price $1.75
Extra Pine Egyptian Porous Knit Underwear; were $1.00.   Sale
pn
50c
Penman's Blue Tip  Natural Wool   Shirts  and    Drawers;     regular
$1.25.    Sale price   85c
Blankets and Comforters at
Half Price
Men's Straw Hats
Regular $1.00,   Sale price  50c
Men's 25c Ties, Sale Price 10c
Special
Men's Handkerchiefs
Hed and Blue Handkerchief*; regular price 10c.   Sale price 5c
Men's and Boys Sweaters
Regular $1.50 and $2.25 Sweaters for   85c
Regular $100 Boys' Sweaters for  50c
We have the largest assortment of Blankets In  the olty.    Hotels
���     and rooming houses will find It to their advantage to   btty   Blankets One .hundred and flfty pair Men's fine Tan Shoes; regular   $3.50,
from us during this sale.    We can save you 50 per cent,. Sale price, per pair   $2.00
Men's Braces
Regular 50c Men's Braces for. 25c
Regular 35c Men's Braces for 15c
Regular 20c Boys' Brace- for 10c
Men's Sock Special
Good Cotton Sox  Three Pair for 25c
86c Wool Sox for 17y2c
Fine Black Cashmere Sox; worth 30c, for 15c
Shop Early.   Look for thc Red Signs
Westminster   Clothing   Co. FRIDAY,  JULY   3,   1908.
the daily News.
"ti     PAGE SEVEN.
Fire Debenture By-Law,
1908
A By-Law to enable the Council of the
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise by a loan the
sum of Six Thousand Five Hundred
($6,500.00) Dollars for the erection
and equipment of a Fire Hall at
Queen's Park and for improvements and equipment for the Fire
Hall at Sapperton.
WHEREAS, it Is proposed to erect
au. equip a Fire Hall at Queen's Park
said City and to improve
and 83-100 ($57.6;.) Dollars to provide j$6,00".".i, and to cause the same to be jfive tutor the repayment of the principal.      paid   Into   the   Treasury   of   the said j propria
(6) The  proceeds  of  the   said   de- I City     for    the    purposes    mentioned
bentures shall   be  applied as  follows  herein
.'.
the
ami
Lhe'r equip the Flre Hall at Sapper.
ton ia the said City, entailing the expenditure of $6,500.00.
AND WHEREAS, it appears
sum of $6,500.00    be appro-
ihe general revenue of
that if
tae
aald
m-lated from '
for the current year the rate
be excessive, aud  It
the City
0f i ixallon will
l6 expedient that such excessive taxation should be avoided, and the sai.l
Sam should be raised on the credit of
the Corporation, ana that debentures
Issui 1 tor thai amount.
AND WHEREAS, for the payment
ol interesl on the debentures probe 1 uefl under this By-Law,
and for creating a sinking fund for the
payn ol the said debentures when
',,. ��� ..ill be necessary to rais.e by
ite, In addition to all other
.'. i Lcb year during the currency
of ,,,,. i debentures, the sum of
Three hundred, eighty-two and 63-100
,;     ,63)   Dollars;
ami WHEREAS, in order to raise
tae iaid yearlj Bum of Three Hund-
., , Elgl '. two and 63-100 ($382.63)
Dollars, an equal special rate on the
dollar wlll be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the
( [tj rn New Westminster.
AND  WHEREAS,   the   whole   rateable propertj   of    thi   said  City, according i" ti;''  ia     revised    assess-
:,. ,i roll thereof, Is Four milllon.one
hundred    and    lift,   thousand,  eight
Ired   and   eighty    ($4,160,88J	
Dollars;
wn WHEREAS, the total amount
ie existing debenture de tt ol * be
. . city Is one million, eighty-seven
.  in :   one hundre I ($1,087,1	
Dollars,  Irrespective    I    ;i"   sum ol
One hundre |  and  twei      ftvi    hou
and,  five hundred  (.'<-���    po
lars, i I to he ra ind \
und not otherwise, towards paying the
cost of the passing of this By-Law
and the issue and sale of the debentures therein referred to and all expenses In connection with the said
loan; recouping the treasury of the
said City such sums as have been this
year expended until the proceeds of
the sale of the said debentures have
become available and towards tlie
cost of the erection and equipment of
a Fire Hall at Queen's Park and Improvements and equipment for Fire
Hall at Sapperton aforesaid.
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the 1st day of August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Fire Debenture
By-Law, 1908."
(X) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
ln the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on tlie
day of
City Clerk.
1908.
Mayor,
ot the
rate of
it is exix
taxati-
said sum
credit of
ddbenl ire
amount.
and    13-
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law whicli
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of tin-
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
day of July, 1908, between the hours
of nine o'clock a. m. and flve p. m., at
the foil iwlng places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station. Tenth  street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 1908.
Market Debenture By-
Law, 1908
A By-law '.3 enable the Council of the
Corporation of the City of New
Westm.r-ster to raise by loan the
sum of Six Thousand ($6,000.00)
Dollars for extension to Market
BuJding.
(2) lt. shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in the whole
the sum of Six Thousand ($6,000.00)
Dollars I i n-u sums of money as
may be ������ [uired, not less than One
hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, or an
equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain anil Inland at a value of 4.860
to the pound sterling; and all such
debentures shall be sealed with the
Seal of the Corporation, signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or by such other person or persons as may be thereunto
lawfully authorized.
(I?) The said debentures shall be
payable on the lirst day of July, 1958,
at such place or places as the Council of the sai t Corporation may from
time to time appoint with the approval of the holders thereof, and shall
have attached to them coupons for
the payment ot the interest at the rate
of flv ��� per centum per annum on the
an. iunt thereof, which Interest shall
payable bait-yearly on the first day
of January
in each and
the said      AXD   v.HEREAS, the total amount,
'of the existing debenture debt of the,
said City Is One million, eighty-seven
Wanted -:- lost -:- Found
for Sale -:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
.    i ($32,500)  Dollars be ap- passing thereof, shall receive the as-
from the general  revenue sent of the electors of the said City
for the current, year the in the manner required by law.
ixation will be excessive, and Received the assent of the electors
��� lient  that such    excessive on the           day of                       1908.
should  be avoided,  and  the Reconsidered and finally passed In
bould    be raised    on  the open Council the                         day of
be   Corporation,   and   that 1908.
-hould  be issued for that
City Clerk.      Mayor.
AND   WHEREAS, for the payment   __
of  interesl   on   the  debentures    pro- NOTICE. u-.a.-.,.,.   ,,
WANTED���Representativ
posed to be issued under this By-Law,      Take nolice thal the above ,s atrue
and for creating a sinking'fun.l for the  copy of the proposed   By-Law which
payment ot the said debentures when  wl*i be taken iuto    consideration by
due, ll  will be necessary to raise by  the Municipal Council of the City of
special in.-, in addition to all other .\ew Westminster   one   month   from
rates, each year during the currency  the    first    publication in the "Daily
iid  debentures,  the  sum  of|News" newspaper, which first pUibli-iTO LET
cation took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote   of   the i
FOR SALE���High grade piano, practically new; snap; sell for half
original cost. Apply M. P., News
office.
for New
Westminster and vicinity. Good live
hustler can make money during season selling our line. Apply at once
to The Ford Motor Co., of Canada,
Limited, Walkervllle, Ontario.
of  the
Ninetei
100 ($1
Comfortable bedroom; electric    light;    moderate    rent;    two
minutes from car line.   Apply Four-
AND, WHEREAS, in order to raise  electors of the City will be taken on j    teenth street, above Eighth ..venue.
hundred,  thirteen
1.13) Dollars;
the said yearly sum of Nineteen hun- The said proposed By-Law on the 27th
dred,   thirteen  and   13-100   ($1913.13) -day of July,  1908, between the hours | LOST
Dollars an equal special rate on the  of nine o'clock a. m. and five p. m., at
dollar will be required to be levied on I the following    places,  namely:    The
the whole  rateable  property of    thej Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
City of New Westminster;
AND,  WHEREAS,  the whole  rateable property of thc said City, according to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Four millions, one hundred
nd the first day of July |an<*j fifty thousand, eight hundred and
every year, and the said;e!ghty   ($4,150,880)   Dollars;
coupons    h iii  be signed  by
M;i; OI
I li   A
Fire Hall,  Sapperton;   and the Light
Station, Tenth  street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 1908.
Between post office and Crescent, lady's gold watch, ciosed face,
attached to blue ribbon with gold
safety pin. "Edna, Feb. 6, 1904,"
engraved inside. Finder please return to J. W. Harvey, The Glen, and
receive reward.
���cial rule on the dollar
e levied and raised In each
year, In addition to all other rates, on
all the rateable property of.tjie City
- ifflcleni to pay the interest upon the
debentures ..nd to create 'a sinking
fund t : the payment of the principal
thereol when due, subject to any Act
or enactment   respecting the same.
(5)  Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as.
aforesaid, during the currency of the j cipa( or~ InterestVln arrears"
said debentures the sum of Three hnn
thousand, one hundred  ($1,087,100.00) j
Dollars,   irrespective of    the   sum  of;
Ninety-nine   thousand,    five   hundred j
($99,500) Dollars proposed to be rais- |
ed   under  the    "Street   Improvement
Debenture  By-Law, 1908,"  the "Market  Debenture    By-Law, 1908,"    the
"Eire  Debenture By-Law,  1908,"   and I
the "Public   Schools    Debenture   By-
Law, 1908," of which none of the prin-
"Waterworks      Debentun       It.--!.
1908,"  the "Streel   Improvi ..,��� ot Da even be City
in   Bj -i it.    1908,"   the  "M
��� . enture   Bj Law,   1908,"    and
WHEREAS, i erl tin sums.ol nr ni >
have l eai > pended ou   ���
tor
the cot a ol        ex enaion    to
the Marfce   B     ling     nd it is expedi-
. lie   Schools   Dpbentun    By-Law, ent that certain additional sums
which nom   ol the prin    ial  expendi ������ cqann*  ,   amounting
i ,:.-.       ' In an, i be Bums already so ex-
NOW, THEREFORE, the Munic pal
i        11 of the Cor) m ol the City
,.   \\ esi min   ���        nacts as  folio* ���
ball bi   .: ���   tl for the Mayor
'i
said Citj   to rait*   by  way ol
. any person or persons, body
o; toil     ' aporate, who may be will.
Id i  the same on the credit
ot tb ires    hereinafter  men
tioned, anj sum or sums of money.
not exceeding In the whole the sum of
$6,500'"'. and to cans,' the same to be
i ito thi Treasurj of the said
City for the purposes mentioned
herein,
(2) lt shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in the whole
the sum of $6,500.00 for such sums of
money as may be required, not less
than $100 each or an equivalent expressed in -rounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, hi a value of 4.866 to the pound
sterling; and all such debeutures shall
I"' sealed with the seal of the Corporation, signed by the Mayor and countersigned by the Treasurer thereof,
or by such other person or persons as
may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
(3) The said debentures shall be
payable on the lirst day of July, 1958,
ich place or placet as the Coun-
i, nded, I i the - im ol Six Thousand
t$6, '"   Dollars,
AND, WHEREAS ll a lears thai if
the    -.: I     sum    of    S x    Thousan'd
($6,     Dollars   be   appropriated
from the general revenue of the City
.!���: the current year the rate ol taxation will be excesslv . and it is ex-
pettienl I ha sui h i .cesslve I ixation
should be avoided, and the said sum
should be raised on the credit of the
Corporation, and that debentures
should be issued for that amount.
AND. WHEREAS for the payment
of interest on the debentures prpposed
to be issued under this By-law, and
for creating a sinkiug fund tor the
payment of the said debentures when
due, tt will be necessary to raise by
special rate, in addition to all other
rates, each year during the currency
of the said debentures, the sum of
Three Hundred and Fifty-three and
30-100  ($353.20)  Dollars.
AND. WHEREAS in order to raise
the said yearly sum of Three Hundred
and Fifty-three and 20-100 ($353.20)
Dollars au equal special rate on the
dollar will be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the
City of New  Westminster.
AND.   WHEREAS   the   whole     rate-
aide property ot the said city,    according to the lasl revised assessment
Oil ut the said Corporation may from  roll thereof, Is Four Million One Hun
time to time appoint, with the appro- dred and Fifty Thousand, eight hun-
val of the holders thereof, and shall dred and eighty ($4,150,880) Dollars,
have attached to them coupons torthe     and. whereas, the total amount
paymenl of Interesl at the rate of five ol the exlstHtg debenture debt of the
per een;um per annum on the amount   said City is One million, eighty-seven
thereof, which Interest shall be pay- thousand,  one  hundred    ($1,087,100)
able  half-yearly   on  the  first day ot  dollars, irrespective of the sum of One
Januarj   and-the first   day of July  in   hundred     and    twenty-six    thousand
each and every year, and the    said   ($130,000.00)  dollars   proposed to be
Coupons  .-hall  be  signed  by  the Bald ra'-sed   under  the    "Waterworks   De
K��yor. henture By-Law, 1908," the "Fire De
(4) A special rate on the dollar ; enture By-Law, 1908," the "Public
Shall be levied and raised In each year Schools Debenture By-Law, 1908," and
In addition to all other rates on all the the "Street Improvement Debenture
rateable property of the City, sufflcl- By-Law, 1908," of which none of the
ont to pay the Interest upon the de- principal or interest is In arrears.
bentures and to create a sinking fund NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
for the paymenl of the principal there- Council of the Corporation of the City
ol when due, subject to any Act or en- 0f NewWestminster enacts as follows!
ad ment respecting the same. (1) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall of the said City to raise by way of
be raised annually by special rale as loan from nny person or persons,body
aforesaid, duiim.  .im .nm<__ji_ ,��. tin.'.... i.���.,i,._ ...������...,... n__ _uv be wills
dred ($300.00) dollars for the payment
of interest thereon, and the sum of
Fifty-three and 20-100 ($53.20) dollai- to provide for the repayment of
the principal.
i 'ii  The   iroci   ds of the s tie ot the
all  d    ��� shall applied  as
-   an i  nol otherwise,    towards
ag ���.!" i ).t of the passing of this
By-Law and the issue and sale of the
li   en  ires  * herein   referred  to;    recouping the treasury of the City such
ive been thla year expended
on '  ���   ���'��� irks herein mentioned or may
be so expended until the proceeds of
the -        * the said debentures have
eco able,  and  In  paying the
amounl I     ecoi     lue for the completion ol said extension to the said
Marl;-'   Building:
(7) This   By-Law  shall  take  effect
i the 1        lay of August, 1908, and
e ci        is the "Market Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(S) This  By-Law,   before   the  final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City j
in the manner n quired by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 190S.
Reconsidered and  finally  passed in
dav of
>pen Council the
190S.
���City Clerk.
NOW. THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the City
ot NewWestminster enacts as follows:
j    (1) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
I loan from any person or persons, body
oi  bodies corporate, who may be will-
in'-' to advance the same on the credit
of the  debentures hereinafter    men-
Itioned.   any  sum or  sums  of money,
'not exceeding in the whole the sum of
Thirty-two    thousand,    five    hundred
($32,. i   Dollars,  and  to  cause    the
same to be paid into the Treasury of
ihr' said City for the purposes mentioned herein.
(2) It shall ho lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
I e mud-1, not exceeding in the whole
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five
hundred ($32,500) Dollars, for such
sums of money as may lie required,
not less than Oue hundred ($100.00)
Dollars each, or an equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain aud Ireland, at. a value of 4.$.. to the pound
sterling;, and all such-debentures shall
be sealed with the Seal of the Corporation, signed by the Mayor and countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or
by such other person or persons as
may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
(3) The said debentures shall    be
Mayor   Pa.val)le on the first day of July, 195S,
at such place or places as the Council
LOST���Near Catholic church, lady's
umbrella. Please return to George
Adams' grocery, and receive reward.
LET���First class rooms with    or
without board. Apply Guichon hotel.
j WANTED���Night fireman for Bhlngle
mill; must have fourth class papers.
.Apply Dominion Shingle Company.
WANTED���Nurse maid. Apply Mrs.
Dr. Jones, Royal avenue.
LOST���On B. C. E. R. car or iu city,
ladies' gold watch, set with diamonds. Finder rewarded ou returning same to Westminster Clothing store.
WESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box _07. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office. 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750, Vancouver, B. C.
ARM HANDS, SAW .MILL HELP,
T. J. Trapp & Co.
LIMITED .
Hardware, Etc.    Columbia Street
plied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. ("!. Phone
3329.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Japanesejmployment Agency
i
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is atrue
copy of the proposed By-Law which
wlll be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
N. ws" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
daj ol July, 1908, between the hours
Of nine o'clock a. m. and five p. m.. at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Cits Hall, June 25, 1908.
Waterworks Debenture
By-Law, 1908
of the said Corporation may from time
to time appoint, with the approval of
the holders thereof, and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest at the rate of five
per centum per annum on the amount
thereof, which interest shall be payable half-yearly on the first day of
January and the first day of July, in
each and every year, and the said
coupons shall be signed by the said
Mayor.
14) _V special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised each year,
in addition to all other rates, on all
the rateable property of the City, sufficient to pay the interest upon the
debentures and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereol when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting  the  same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of One thousand, six hundred and twenty-five
($1,625.00) Dollars, for the payment
of Interest thereou, and the sum of
Two hundred, eighty-eight aud 13-
100 ($288.13) Dollars for the repayment of the  principal.
(6) Tin proceeds of the sale of the
contractors
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help Promptly
  > Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEi-EY   STS.
DOMINION DAY. JULY 1. NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Fare and one-third for round trip phone 431. ���    P.O.Box 885.
to rail points east, on sale June 29th | ������. . ���
to July  1,  inclusive.    Good returning
until July  1th.
Calgary Dominion Exhibition $20.25
round trip. On sale daily until July
Tth.    Returning July 13th.
Train leaves for Seattle, also eastern
points, at 7:15; and far east at 17:25.
For further particulars and rese-rva-
Cons apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.,
Vancouver.
A By-Law to enable the Council ofthe
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum of Thirty-two thousand, five
hundred ($32,500) Dollars for the 1 said debentures shall be applied as
construction of a Reservoir at follows, and not otherwise, towards
Queen's Park and connecting mains ! ***** the cost ot the passing of this
I By-Law and the Issue and sale of the
WHEREAS, certain sums of money (debentures therein referred to, re-
have this year been expended out of j couplng the treasury ot the City such
the general revenue of the City on the (sums as have been this year expended
construction of a reservoir at Queen's j ,m tne sa|(j works, or may be so ex-
Park aud connecting mains, and lt is ( pended until the proceeds of the sale
expedient that certain additional sums j of the said debentures have become
be expended In completing the con- j available; and paying the cost of the
structlon of the said reservoir and i completion of the said reservoir and
connecting mains, amounting tn all, iconnecting mains,
with the sums  already  expended,  toj    (7) This By-Law  shall  take effect
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dally
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
ANU ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on  Bale    to  all
! European points.
.pecial   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to  Southern  California.
i ."or full Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
I    130 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Bald
csald, during the currency of the \nr bodies corporate, who may be
di bentures    ��he sum of    Three  |n_- to advance the same on the cred't  the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five 1 on the first day of August. 1:>��V and
Hundred    and    Twenty-five  ($826.00) Lf the  debentures  hereinafter    men-.hundred  ($82,500)   Dollars;
Dollars  tor  the  payment of    Interest  tinned   any sum or sums of money not j    AND. WHEREAS, It appears that
thereon, and  the sum of Fifty-seven' exceeding   in  the   whole the  sum  of  the said sum of Thirty-two thousand,
may be cited as the "Waterworks De-
| henture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This  By-Law,   before  the final
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
An .ono ��.n_lnt ��� .ketch and jJJJWjPMM]i ">����
JuloltlT -jcefUIn our opinion freoflicilier an
lent Iroe. Oldeet alienor tor���e<M_ui��>��"���<��rtfc
Pntente taken titroash Munn * Co. ru_*tre
���MciaJ italM, without charge. In tha
Scientific ftne. lean.
A fcandionsi? inowrated wcu_i7, l*rt,o��t ctr.
Cula.lon of any ���<.ewli*�� Joan...., Term; iot
Canada. f>.W a year, po. ia��e prepaid.
��� deal."
1^'l_teSS!Bftl
Synopsis of Car.au.iin, Homestead
Regulations.
Any available Dominions lands within the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person
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.
Entry must.be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by-
proxy may, however, be made on cer-
taiu conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an .
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perforin the conditions connected therewith under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each  year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, If the
father Is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the
vicinity of the laud entered for, the
requirements as to residence may bo
satisfied by such person residing with
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence uiion farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements .as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing ehould
be given to the Commissioner ot Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
apply for patent.
COAL���Coal mining rights may be
leased tor a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental ot $1 per acre.
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to oie Individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall bo collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���-Unauthorized publication of
1 this advertisement will not ibe paid
tor.
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FHE llAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JULY 3
PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC  PLATES,
SWIMMING WI.NGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET SETS,
HAMMOCKS. ETC., ETC.
1 HUTCHES WORK IS SEEN
IN GARY UCROSSE MATCH
; Partial   Referees  Permit   Awful   Carnage to Take Place���Look Out
for the Day of Reckoning.
AT
I
Moreys
Columbia Street
WINDSOR SALT is made in
Canada. Co_l�� no more than the
cheap imported tait ��� and is much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
184 W
These Are Built
Especially   for
Picking
Fruit
Are tapering at the
end to allow easy
handling in the
branches and will
extend to suit
ANDERSON!
& LUSBY il
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Columbia   8t���    New   Westmin- jj
tier, ����� C.
Refeiees Ralph Ravey and Fred
Murray joined hands with the Vancouver lacrosse team on Wednesday
afternoon in a determined attempt to
cripple the Westminster players In a
sanguinary game played at Recreation park, the final outcome of which
was a four to nothing victory for the
! local team. While pretty lacrosse was
I seen in the first quarter, lt was only
'in spots, the Vancouvers soon assum-
1 I
ing the aggressive and indulging    in
barbarous    tactics    that    have   even
Gotch's toe hold faded as an exhibition of unrefined cruelty.    There was
jno sport in the way the Vancouvers
i played on Wednesday, but there were
' butcher methods aplenty.
|    Knowing that the Westminster boys
could not afford to take a chance ot
being  crippled   by  reciprocating  the
| wood swinging and would take all the
punishment coming   their   way,   the
Vancouvers slaughtered from start to
finish.   Winkler, whose advent caused
so much  trouble in  lacrosse circles,
took his cue early and waded in   to
cover his stick with good Westminster
gore, emulating the efforts of Green,
Matheson and Springer ln fine   style.
Winkler    distinguished    himself    by
jumping on Alex Tun-bull's face when
the latter was lying on the   ground.
This exhibition of agility on the part
of   Winkler   greatly    delighted   the
referee.
Most of the Westminster men are
���porting bruises as a result of the
game, Alex Turnbull is minus two
teeth, plus many gashes, including a
deep one on the back of the head and
another over the left eye, Charlie Gal-
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor   ,
Ellard Block. New Westminster, B C
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Quality
Always
Wins
W�� HAVE IT IN }
I! Strawberries
And Remember, at \ I
the Lowest Prices. .!
Now Is the Time for ��� >
[Preserving
CAaWisni
ii THE PEOPLE'S GROCER ii
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Tuesday July 7
Mr. Lee Willard and his
company in Robert Lewis
Stevenson's Masterpiece
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"
Mr. Willard will be pleasantly remembered as "The Country Squire"
here last season.
Prices���$1.00, 75e, 50c, and 25c.
Seats on sale at Ryall's drug store
July _-.
^m����^i^-!!^!mtt-f-w
TRY    AN
Autonllei
;1 Fountain Pen
(Self-Filler) 1
Ki
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FOR     SALE     BY
j| J.J. MacKay & Ca
Booksellers Stationers News Dealers
* ***.
.>'..>'..,_-'."..''.-..M.."..,'..v..'..'i._ ,..>,. .....���:.,'...,..,'..,...':..... ���'.,���..,.     .   Jfc_V-,'-____r__:-,__ _-"-���"���.'--''���."""""���-^��'tf jr..���.,(.o,.."..v..
bralth has an arm swollen up like an
overgrown sausage, Pete Latham has
several surface scratches. Jack Bryson is spotted a beautiful blue all
over the body, while Sandy Gray is
about the only one who cannot exhibit confusions as a result of having
taken part in tbe poundfest.
TO CONTRACTORS
Tenders will ne received until Monday, July 13th, for the erection of a
sanitorium at Tranqulllc for the
British Columbia Anti-Tuberculosis
Society.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the office of
DALTON A EVELEIGH,
Architects.
Davis Chambers, Vancouver.
M&gnWL
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN _ CO.
A Hardman.   A. James,  j. McClughan
PLUMBING
and  HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl,
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
!
fiucial, scalp, or body treatments given
In your own home. Also manicuring.
For eT""-"*'ement ring up A t**n
Farm Loans
We have $23,000.00 placed
with us to loan on first mortgage
security on improved farm lands.
Rate, 8 per cent.    Three to five
years.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
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Holiday Clothing���,
SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS as to the necessary holiday outfit. Warm weather clothing for street wear. Holiday dress
for a day's outing or the summer camp garments and furnishings.
All these are here in large variety. We are making a special
endeavor to place these before you at prices which mean a
distinct saving.
J
Colored wash skirts
Ladies' Knockabout Wash
Skirts, made of materials such
as American Percales, black and
white check lustre, jean, spotted
duck, plain duck; all sizes.
Each $1.50 to $5.00
White wash skirts
Abundance of choice in skirts
Of neat white duck, drill, pique;
all nicely trimmed with Insertions and strappings; all sizes
for ladles and children. Each
$1.75 to  $4.75
Special values in
wash suits
Nothing neater for holiday or
camping wear; light In weight
and made in most stylish manner. Only the best washing
colors are chosen by us for
these summer suits. Ample
variety In price; all sizes. Each
���3.50 te  $18.50
A special price on    <
ladles' golf jackets
Regular |2.75.  Special
price 12.00
If you are going camping one
of these Jackets will be found
comfortable for use. They are
shown in cardinal, black and sky
with facings and vest of white
or vice versa; Eton style only.
All one price, each  $2.00
ladies' warm flannelette
underwear
So many customers buy flannelette under garments for the
summer outing wear. We men-
tien these special lines;
Ladles' Flannelette Nightgowns���White and pink only.
Special price, each 50c to $2.00
Ladies' Flannelette Drawers���
White only; trimmed with pink
and sky embroidery; open and
closed styles. Pe> pair 50c
to   $1.15
Washakie colored
underskirts
Ladies' sizes only; most serviceable for use with all lines
of our wash skirts epd shirtwaist suits. They are shown In
neat patterns with green, sky,
pink shades predominating; fast
colors.   Each Mc to $1.50
Serge Bathing Costumes
Misses and Ladies
A Bathing Suit of extra fine
quality serge, unshrinkable and
fast color; trimmed with rows
of white and cardinal braids on
collar, yoke and skirt; all sites;
navy only.   Each $3.75 and $4.00
Misses' and Ladles' Bathing Costumes $1.75 each
The most excellent value we
have ever shown in Bathing
Suits; made of navy and cardinal cotton cashmere; durable in
wear; fast color; neatly trimmed; unshrinkable; full size,
and light in weight; all sizes.
Each   $1.75 to $2.50
Lustres for Bathing Suits
The popular materials are to
be found In the Dress Goods
Section; ample variety In fine
lustres, navy serges and various other materials we might
suggest
Colored Lustres, per yard 25c
to 50c
Black Lustres,  per yard  25c
to  75e
Fine Navy Serges, per yard 45c
to 75c
Colored Cotton Cashmere, per
yard  20c
Plain Union Flannel, per
yard 20c
DIMm's Bathing Suits
$1.10 to $150
Made of fine navy twilled cotton cashmere, a material hsed
almost exclusively tor bathing
suits, etc. These suite are one
piece, button on shoulder with
belt and yoke collar trimmed
with white braid;  all sizes.
Camp  Furnishings
You will need some of these in your camping outfit. Lines mentioned here are lowly priced and
you will find It more economical to use these than to take your best home artlclee. See our large show
window for camp necessities. *
$4 grey blankets
now {3.25
A Bpecial Union Grey Blanket
under priced especially for this
display of camp goods; size 58
by 78 inches.
Flannelette Blankets ��� Grey
and white; ln three sizes. Per
pair $1-25, $1.65 and $2.00
Colored bedspreads
Small, medium and large
sized Bed Spreads in shades of
cardinal, pink, yellow, sky, navy
with white Intermixed in various designs. Special prices for
this week only, each 75c, $1.00,
$1.25 and $1.50
Bed comforters for
$1.50 each
Large   sized    dark    covered
Comforters, In floral designs,
filled with pure white filling.
Regular prices $1.75 and $2.00.
Special price, each    $1.50
Camp cushions
Regular $1.00, now 75c
.Inst a few of these lfift and
you cannot do better than leave
your nice cushions nt home und
buy one of these for the camp;
made In plain styles only without fringe or cord; Ix-th sides
with Japanese and Moral patterns    Now, each    75c
The proper bath towels
After the hath the rub down���
what enjoyment I Towels of
extra rubbing and drying qualities are these linen and heavy
Cotton Turkish Towels;, al:
sizes, all weights, all white or
brown, or cardinal and natural
striped.    Bach    15c to $1.00
Bed pillows
Regular 85c anb $1.00. Special
price, each 75c
Regular camp Pillows, flUed
with clean, loose vegetable down
with no disagreeable odor such
as found in some lines; sizes
are -0 by 28 Inches; three pat-
terns in various fancy QolorlngB,
AH one price, each    7Dc
Camping and Outing Hats
Ladles' and  Misses'  plain Straw Hats with wide brim.    Each 25c
BOYS' AND  GIRLS'  SAILOR   HATS,
at Bpecial reductions.    All our regular lines al .".5c and 75c on Bale at, ear*
���25c and 50c
W. S. Collister & Co.
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