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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
,(il,i;ME 3, NUMBER 152.
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1
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TEN  CENTS PER   WEEK.
VICTORIA LOSES B.     !DttOHATiow day observhT iap mat piiiirr.
Sixty Graves in Cemetery Are Strewn
Capital City Lacrosse Team
No Match for Westminster
-Score 21 to Nothing.
With Flowers as a Memorial of
Deceased   Brethren.
The decor
Dration day of the Odd Fel-
j'ows yesterday afternoon at the local
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the field on Saturday was uo match for  mo���y.    Prevl
Nipponese Who Cannot Ob
tain Licenses   Appeal  to*
Consul-General for Help.
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very simple, and there was no address.
Steps are being taken to mark all
graves occupied by Odd Fellows in the
cemetery, as early records are in a
fragmentary state.
QUALIFIES LABOR BUREAUX
AS BENS OF RANK ROBBERY
Xhe team which Victoria put    into
very pretty    Cere-
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lhe champions, and  tbey acted as it the 1. O. 0. F  cemetery
m ��ere a beaten aide from when j vice was held in the Odd Fellows hail
they came on the field. At times oue iconducted hy Past Grand C S Rich'
ortwo men made runs, but only to niond, with Past Grand Inn-, law
���e checked and only twice did the rence assisting. Past Qrand Wilbur
voting hoys come near scoring. West- Smith subsequently marshaled the
Ujngter took matters easily, and could procession for ihe visit to the graves
have readily doubled their score, large!About seventy attended all carrying
u it was. The Victorias had many ; flowers. Arrangements for the decora-
changes from the team which was tion were made by Past Grand W C
Heavily beaten at the Capital City on Coatham, and the committee responsi-
june 6. The usual goalteuder, joun- j ble with him were Rev. W. H Barra-
son, was away, and an inexperienced j clough, who was detained by another
man took his place, while Sweeny at appointment, C. S. Richmond, R. Law-
centre was badly missed. The home f rence and W. __mer_on Gilley.
twelve turned out as selected. In all sixty-two graves were decor-
Outclassed   Everywhere. ated with flowers, arrangements hav-
Most of the goals were scored in the , Ing been made previously to mark
first quarter, nine being the number; them with the emblem of the order.
when the bell rang. The passing of This facilitated the progress of the
the home boys was a pleasure to see, party around the cemetery. Odd Fel-
Qeorge Rennie particularly being al- lows from all over the continent who
ways ready to take the passes. He have been buried here were remem-
worked in harmony with Pat Feeney, bered, as well as deceased members
and they had matters much their own of the local lodges. The service
way when it came to feeding the attack. Bill Turnbull, Latham, Alec
Turnbull and Feeney were busy
around the net. The two keenest men
among the visitors were Hancock and
Johnson. The checking of the Salmon
Bellies was quick and sure. Playing
an open formation, tbey exhibited
something of the team form promised
in the east. The Giffords did not find
it necessary to stay down on the defence, and Jimmy was active all over
mldfleld. Wlntemute did little shooting himself, but lay outside the Lunch
in front of the net, attending on   the
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No Occasion for Exertions.
ln the second quarter the Westmin- | Montreal, June 28.���While render-
sters went more slowly, and kept their ing judgment in the case or Robert
pal scoring inclinations within Waldman, a labor agent charged with
limits. Only four were added during obtaining money under false pre-
the quarter, and there was very little tences, Judge Choquette made sugges-
individual play to chronicle. The tions for the suppression of the labor
Victoria boys were up against so j bureau nuisances in the city. His
tough a proposition that they could , lordship observed that some of them
ma_.e no headway. Galbralth even |were nothing but dens of robbery,
tame down field to help the home nKu, where unsuspecting foreigners were
and Gray had a easy job In goaPcon- fleeced under false pretences, and he
sequeutly. The home boys missed a thought it was high time for the Dom-
certaiu score through Wlntemute fail- :*nion government to exercise effective
ing to handle Pat Feeney's pass in oontrol over all this kind of business.
front ol goal. .Mason worked well for Waldman was discbaiged for lack of
Victoria, but he lacked support.    The ��� evidence to establish fraud.
cleanness of the play  was shown by ;  ���- = :
the fact that only two penalties had ' him out, and to Johnson, who received
teen given against the boys at the end L nasty blow on the back of the neck.
of the second quarter. Penalties.
Victorias Were Game. The following were the penalties:
Witb  thirteen to nothing  the Vic- !    Second quarter���Deiver    (3 mins.),
toria boys  began    another   hopeless  Stevens (3 mins).
Btruggle against adversity, and their     Third   quarter ��� W
plucky efforts with so formidable   a  mins.}.
task won admiration from the crowd. ''    The line-up was as follows:
They played in the Vancouver colors,      Westminster. Victoria.
their own outfit having gone astray on  s. Gray  Goa\ C. Medrick
the trip over. The third quarter added Galbraith  PtJtat A. Clegg
Mother three goals. In this period T. Gifford ..Cover Point.. McLachlan
Victoria ought to have scored, the Gif- J. Gifford.. ..1st Defence.,
fords and G-albraith having practically q, Ronnie ..2nd Defence ���
given an oponlng, but Cessford mulled jx, Rennie . ..3rd Defence,
the shot. The fourth quarter was pro- P. Feeney
ductive of some good checking, and \y. Turnbull ..Hid Home .
'coring was quick. I. Wlntemute ...2nd Home
Rennie's  Spectacular Feat. : A. Turnbull-   ��� 1st
The most  extraordinary goal came c, |\ Latham
Local Japanese fishermen have appealed to the consul-general of Japan
���   .     ,   ,      Iat Ottawa,  because  of    alleged    dis-
a snort her- '
crimination againBt them in the action
of the provincial government, In refusing to issue boat-pullers' licenses
this season to any but British subjects. These facts have also been laid
before the federal government, but so
far the Japanese consulate at Vancouver has received no reply.
A large number of the Japanese nre
seeking to get round the difficulty by
getting out naturalization papers, but
owing to the rigid investigation now
exercised in these cases, it is practically impossible for them to get out
the papers in time to be of any use
to them for this fishing season, which
starts on Friday of next week.
HOMESPUN TAKES PART
IN MOTOR BOAT RACE
Montreal  Magistrate Is Outspoken
Subject of Notorious A*gencie
Suggests  Suppression.
.Ft. Dewer
T. Stevens
.P. Morris
Centre    Hancock
Johnson
MILLS WILL CLOSE DOWN
BECAUSE OF TWO HOLIDAYS
Dominion  Day  and  Fourth    of    July
Falling in One Week, Many Employees Will Be Absent.
Several of the city mills, as well as
tho Fraser River sawmills, will close
down all this week, reopening on Monday next. The reason giv<fn. for .the
ruspc-nsion of business at the big plant
is hat two holidays falling in the one
week, Dominion Day and the Fourth
of July, a large number of the employees are iu the habit of absenting
themselves, with the result that the
plant is short handed throughout the]
week. The Canadians will celebrate
the first with due patriotism, a majority of them returning to ..Vic
about Friday, on which day a large
number of the American employees
are starting out for Seattle and other
Washington points, there to Indulge in
the usual Independance Day festivities
in loyal and prolonged fashion. The
mills will resume operations next
Monday morning.
FRUIT PROMISES WELL
FOR PICKING THIS FALL
P. W. Crankshaw, of Chilliwack, Well
SatiDfed   With   Prospects   for
Crop in Fraser Valley.
P.   W.   Crankshaw,   who   Is    well
Turnbull (3 | known in connection with fruit farming in the district, especially at Chilliwack, where he has large orchards,, is
a guest at the Russell hotel.    He ia
here  in connection   with the  Fraser
Valley nurseries, of which he    is    a
director, and to arrange for the coming season.   The prospect of fruit, he
says, is good this year.    Apples and
pears are looking well, and as a proof
of development this points to the success of the Chilliwack fruit cannery,
.Knox ! which has plenty of business. Cherries
Homc.T. Cessford jare a feature of the market, but   the
.Outside Home ..Mason 'rain has made a difference, and as in
'"'in George Rennie, who took the ball !j��� nryson. .inside Home
three-quarters of the  way down the     Referee���C. D. Peele.
,il'1,l and   placed   it in flu* net  him-
s"'f.   Alec Turnbull wa-s busy in   this Senior  League
���Waiter.   i��0te Latham also showed up,'
���""1 in one of his shots the ball hit  New  Westminster  ..
foe uprights.   The  game ended   with  Vancouver 	
""' score twenty-one in favor of West-   Maple Uetafs 	
minster.    This   was   the  first    senior [Victoria	
^me this  season  that  the    defeated;    Next    game
Westminster, on Wednesday
H. Rosbank i Westminster the fruit is dropping.
'Growers are finding a market eager to
take all they can produce In the
middle west.
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was
s season  that
s  failed  to score.
Th.
only
Standing. i
(Won. Lost.
...    4 0
...    1 ��
....    1 3
    0 5
Vancouver    vs. New
at Bee-
Westminster Craft Has Unusual Distinction of Lady
Engineer, Mrs. DeGrey.
Seven boats have been entered from
Vancouver and New Westminster for
the motor boat endurance race, whicli
commences this morning at Seattle.
Great interest is being taken locally
in the success of Frank S. De Grey's
craft, the Homespun. This is an 18
horse power boat, and will compete
against many heavier ones, but Mr. De
Grey thinks with the handicap he will
receive there is some prospect of the
local colors reaching home. Of the
eighteen entries the Homespun has
the unique distinction of a lady engineer, Mrs. De Grey, the wife of the
owner, an expert in engineering matters. The other members of the crew
are Judge Howay and Prof. J. G. Lister, of Vancouver. The vessels will
be designated by a large racing numeral flown at the bow flagstaff. The
special class, in which only the Soya
and Yankee Doodle are entered, will
be Identified by letters. All the boats
have now been measured,
The first boat, which will probably
be the Adorain, of Vancouver, Captain
Roedde commanding, will start at
noon today. The last boat will leave
in the neighborhood of six o'clock. All
cf the Vancouver boats are of a type
favored by the handicap and should
make a good showing.
An impromptu smoker was tendered
the visiting yachtsmen last evening in
the dining room of the Seattle Athletic
club.
Most of the sailing yachts have already left Seattle. The El Primero
left yesterday afternoon with members of the committee on board, and
nill act as convoy through the
straits. A large flag will mark the
stake boat in English bay and patrol
boats will be on hand to define the
course. The boats should finish in the
bay about noon tomorrow.
POLICE COURT SEQUEL
TO RECENT ME..
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POLICE PATROL IS
lib.
Mr. and Mrs. Nip Sue Arrested on the
Charge of Keeping House of Ill-
fame���Two Girls Implicated.
An echo of the recent mesalliance
between a white woman, Edith La-
moung, and a young Chinaman named
Nip Sue will be heard in the police
court this morning.
The woman still bears the marks of
the bullet wounds of a jealous paramour, who shot her several times a
few days after these matrimonial proceedings were completed, and is not
long out of the hospital. The case
arises from a raid by Sergeant Gelser
and Officers Gill and Johnson on
Saturday night on the fruit store in
Chinatown where it is alleged the officers discovered two girls, a white,
named Babe Cameron, and a negress,
Sally Lawrence. A crowd gathered
while the arrests were made, but no
opjiosition was offered.
The young Chinese salesman who
proved so accommodating ln matters
nuptial, and his wife with a past, are
charged with an offence under the
code, and the girls with being Inmates
of a place of ill-fame.
No bail could be secured and the
four accused have remained in the
lock-up. So far as is known the
(house was not a "dope" den. The
police have considered the marriage
all along a ruse to evade the law, and
it is understood plenty of evidence
can be presented. Counsel has heen
secured to defend the accused.
LULU ISLAND UND SALE
ADJOURNED FOR TWO WEEKS
Four Properties Sold on Saturday and
Auction Will Be Resumed July
11���Bidding   Not  Brisk.
MINISTER IS WILLING TO
ACCEPT ALL TAINTED MONEY
���������"���'dents were lo Medrick, which laid 'reation park.
Stricter Supervision Js
Suggested for Charities
������oiHlon, June us.���A complete re-
���"wnization of the administration of
wndon charities has heeh undertaken
���a Broup of the most powerful lin-an-
(' ',!i bi England, who have organized
Uj e��mlnate waste and graft in the
''"'"using 0r charity to London's
iKXir.
John
.ov
BurnB,  president, of  the 1<"':l1
ernmenl board, the Dukes of N"r-
and lleresford
and Lords ftdtflS-
are   the   most
folk   	
child and Alverstone
n the movement. Lout
000,-
prominent men i
Alverstone pointed out
000 is administered in public charity
and much more In private charity in
London annually ;\nt\ that loose
methods have created an immense
beggar class, The idea Is to get a
closer union In the work aud lo destroy existing chaotic practices,
MINNESOTA CYCLONE
KILLS FIVE PERSONS
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Clinton, .Minn., June 28.���Five persons were killed and twenty-five injured, some probably fatally, by a
cyclone which destroyed a portion of
this little town early yesterday morning.
One-third of the town, including the
residence section, was wiped out.
On either side of the town, farm
houses and buildings are in ruins and
cattle are lying dead in the fields.
Mormans Ordered Released.
Neiiie, June 28.���The federal court
has. upon appeal from the lower court,
ordered the release of four American
Mormans convicted of preaching their
doctrines. The court holds that they
committed no offence and that��p*opa-
gandlsm is not punishable undW the
law.
To Cleanse   Corrupt Cash,   Portland
Divine Would Lay It Before the
Lord for Five Minutes.
Portland, Ore., June 28.���"I can take
all the tainted money in the world,
lay it down before the Lord and have
it cleansed in five minutes, for it la
the Lord's,"' declared Dr. Fletcher
Horns*, newly elected president of the
Willamette university, last night,
speaking to a large gathering of
Methodists at a banquet given in his
hoBcw. He was in the midst of an
address on "High Points in the General Conference," and was laying great
stress upon the educational needs of
the church.
He had outlined the plans of Messrs.
Carnegie and Rockefeller, both of
whom have donated great fortunes for
universities and colleges, but none of
which can be secured for such an institution as Willamette, which ls a denominational school. Dr. Homan's
statement was cheered to the echo hy
those present, among them being the
most, prominent ministers and laymen
in Portland and vicinity.
Scratch Cricket Team  Loses.
New Weatminater had a practice
game with ia team captained by O.
Wedge on Saturday. Mr. Wedge's
team was two short, and the other side
only mustered ten men. The club won
by an innings and .six runs. In the
first innings C. Purvis made 20 out
of 32, and G. Baljohn seven, and C.
H. Judd nine out of 23. New Westminster made 61, J. H. Vidal 8, W.
Whiteley 11, J. Soudan 8 not out, and
G. Oddy 18. In the second innings
Westminster made 50 for six, W.-
Whiteley 28 not out. J. H. Vidal took
three wickets in each innings, and F.
J. Peers three and five respectively
for Westminster, and for the scratch
learn T. S. Oddy took three, O. H. Judd
three, O. Wedge two and G, Baljohn
one.
The Lulu island sale on Saturday
was not a brilliant success, so far as
progress was made in the disposal of
the properties offered by auction, due
perhaps to the insufficient period
given between the passing of the bylaw last Monday and the sale. There
was but a small attendance, and
criticism was not wanting of the upset prices fixed by the council. Of
the lots offered, three on Lulu island
were sold, and one on Carnarvon
street.
The city treasurer, N. H. McQuarrie,
conducted the sale. An acre lot, No.
12, on .the catalogue, with 132 feet
frontage on the North Arm, was sold
to Edward Mercer, for $1000. Nos. 13
and 14, also with water frontage,
changed hands at $1600, to G. S.
Blakeley. Herbert Gilley bought the
corner property on Carnarvon and
Eighth, for $3600, where the old waterworks stable stood.
The sale was adjourned till Saturday week, July 11, when the remaining properties will be offered.
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NFFDED IN SURREY
Residents Demand Better
Policing of Municipality���
Chain Gang Advocated.
SICK AQUARIUM FISH WILL
RECEIVE THE WATER CURE
New York, June 28.���Deep sea
water from twenty miles off Sandy
Hook is to be brought to the aquarium
ai the Battery by the tug boat Joseph
H. .Moran uext Wednesday. This trip
of the Moran Is to be followed by
others until all of the tanks containing valuable tropical fish are refilled
with pure salt water In the hope of
.arresting tlie mortality that has recently carried off several of the best
sjn'cfmeus.
The establishment of a municipal
jail for Surrey at Cloverdale, the
organization of a chain gang for work
on the country roads, and the maintenance of a police patrol throughout
the district, were some of the solutions of the hobo nuisauce offered at a
meeting o| the residents of Surrey,
held on Saturday afternoon at Surrey
Centre, with Reeve Bose occupying
the chair. Resolutions embodying
these suggestions were passed by
those present.
With regard to the municipal jail,
it is proposed to erect this near
Cloverdale, at the expense of the
municipality. The members of the
chain gang, which will be recruited
from the large number of hoboes and
tramps at present infesting tne country districts, will be housed within its
hospitable portals while not engaged
in road work or clearing land in the
interests of the settlers. According
to the statements made at the meeting, there is enough material in the
district for the organizing of a chain
gang strong enough to put all roads
in Surrey in first class shape within
a reasonable time, while the number
would be increased from time to
time as recruits were drafted in. The
real object of the chain gang would
be* the Inducing of toughs and professional tramps to give this part of the
country a width berth and so rid the
district of an ever growing danger
from the petty depredations and possible criminal tendencies of this undesirable element.
The police patrol suggested would
have its headquarters at Cloverdale,
but would be available for duty at any
point within the boundaries of the
municipality, and, If suitable arrangements were made, in neighboring
municipalities as well.
A strongly worded protest was
voiced by the meeting against the
habit of dumping vags of all classes
into the district, this practice having
been followed by the magistrates of
this city and Vancouver, and by the
American magistrates, for some considerable time past. Remonstratlons,
to be drafted by * committee named
for that purpose, will be forwarded to
magistrates and justices responsible,
the fact being brought to their attention that ordering an undesirable away
from a city within a given time merely results in the shifting of the burden on another district, and is unfair
to all concerned, as the authorities in
the district in which the petty criminal or vagabond wanders are put to the
trouble and expense of dealing with
the offender, while the latter eventually finds his way into a jail or poor
farm there to serve out a sentence
which should have been imposed upon him by the first magistrate before
whom he appeared on a charge of being a nuisance.
The meeting was held for the expression of public opinion as a result
of the murder of Mr* Mary Morrison
near Hazelmere three weeks ago, the
crime having brought matters to a
climax.
Wireless Work Delayed.
Washington, June 28.���Owing to the
damage caused to materials by the
collision of of a commercial steamer
with an Ice floe in the voyage to
Nome, it will bo impossible for the
army signal corps to complete its
chain of wireless telegraph stations in
Alaska this year. The wireless equipment was so badly damaged by the
flooding of the hold of the vessel in
question as to render lt useless. It
will not be possible to replace this
apparatus until next year.
Airship  Inventor Arrested.
San Francisco, June 28.���John A-
Morrell, inventor and builder of the*
big airship which burst on its trial
tidp in Berkley recently, and whicli
resulted in injuries to fifteen members
of its crew* was yesterday arrested
upon a warrant sworn to by Alexander
Ots, who charges Morrell with obtain-
] Ing |3000 from him by false pretences.
Ruef's Ball Refused.
San Francisco, June 28.���Freedom
on ball wac denied Abraham Ruef yesterday on the sureties offered by him
to cover ball in the amount of $465,-
000, as required on the various indictments for bribery round against him.
The sureties were required to qualify
in double the amount of the bonds.
YESTERDAY'S   SPORTS.
Baseball.
Tacoma   ��
Seattle 3
Saturday's Lacrosse.
Nationals 11
Montreal 8
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John Quincy Adams Ward, one of the most famous of living American sculptors, was born Jun*** 23, 1830, in Urbana, Ohio, and spent
his boyhood in that city. For .even years be studied under Henry K.
Browne, and in 1857 passed a year in Washington. For the past
forty-flve years he has maintained a studio in New York City. Jlr.
I Ward is vice-president of the Fine Arts Federation and a trustee of
. the .Metropolitan -Museum of Art, and he has been the president of
I    tne National Sculpture society since its incorporation in 1S96.   Among
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F Central park, New York, and statues of Henry Ward Beecher, General
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This Date in History
Nothing gives a bright res dence a
yreater setback than an unkempt, neglected lawn. And, yet! What is* more
pleasing than a well kept greensward.
A little attention will reward you
with a Beau Brummel garden, instead
of one looking for all the world like
a  dirty, tattered, listless  Hobo.
When    you    purchase    your    lawn
mower, get one that will respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn
out and disgusted.    We have a large vai iety in stock, including the latest,
and easiest ball  bearing mowers yet invented,  and   we   respectfully  solicit
your critical inspection.
We have garden tools and implements in stock calculated to satisfy
the most fastidious, and economical buyers. Also an extensive stock of Bee
supplies.
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BUTCHERS
LOST���Near Catholic church, lady's
umbrella. Please return to George
Adams' grocery, and receive reward.
TO    RENT���Comfortable   bedrooms;
moderate    rent.   Apply   Fourteenth
street, above Eighth avenue.
TO LET���First class rooms with or
without board. Apply Guichon hotel.
FOUND���Bay mare, white hind foot,
white star on forehead. Inquire
Thompson's Livery Stable, Columbia street. If not claimed within
seven days from date, June 24, will
be sold at defray expenses.
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WANTED���Night fireman for shingle
mill; must have fourth class papers.
Apply Dominion Shingle Company.
LOST���Black Spanish lace scarf, between Royal avenue and Queens
avenue, on First or Second street.
Finder please return to News office
and receive reward. ���
WANTED���Nurse maid. Apply -Mrs.
Dr. Jones, Royal avenue.
TO LET���Large furnished front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
1895
JUNE 29.
-Jacques Francois de    Brouillan
appointed governor of Acadia.
���First isstw of the   Philadelphia
Inquirer.
Henry Clay,   American   statesman, died. Born April 12, 1777.
General Meade succeeded General  Hooker In command    of
the Potomac.
-.Ninety  lives    lost    in   railroad
wreck at St. HHaire, Que.
���British   Columbia   entered   the
Dominion of Canada.
���Thomas Henry  Huxley,  physiologist, died. Born May 4, 1825.
Limited
HARDWARE,  ETC.
COLUMBIA   STREET
COLUMBIA
STREET
AT THE HOTELS.
LOST���On B. C. E. P.. car or in city,
ladies' gold watch, set v.i'h diamonds. Finder rewarded on returning same to Westminster Clothing store.
LOST���Brown leather case containing
telescopic lens. Finder please return to Daily News office and obtain
reward.
WESTMINSTER Realty and Employment Agency*, 200 Columbia street.
Furnish male and female help to
employers at short notice, and free
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 922,
,' I. S T M INST E R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���t'nder new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750, Vancouver. B. C.
TOARM HANDS, SAW .MILL HELP,
���*- skilled and common labor supplied fret. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova ��est, Vancouver, B. n, Phone
3.. 2*..
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
'Male   and  Female   Help   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEi_EY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone  431. P.O.Box   885.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ''lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective Sunday, November io,
1901.
Leave           Day Train Arrive
9.30 a.m Spokane ....MS p.m.
ia.25 p.m Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson 643 P-m
H. A JACKSON.
Russell.
G. N. Gordon and wife, Vancouver,
J.  W.  Crankshaw, Chilliwack.
R. E. McLarm, Vancouver.
Lillie M. Harris, Vancouver,
j. M. Smith, Vancouver,
Clarissa Harris, Vancouver.
C. W.   .McCain   and    party,   Vancouver.
Windsor.
D. J.  Rush. Blaine.
Mr.   Robinson,  Westminster
tion.
Mr. Helmer, Ladner.
Scott Thornburn, Maple Leaf.
C. E. DeDannay, Blaine.
G. F. Brumand, Blaine.
W. R.  Henry, Tynehead.
N. W. Johnson, Elgin.
G.  E.  Hudson,  Vancouver.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL f.4,400,000.0'-''
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln   London,   England,
.New York,  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A   len-
eral Banking Business Transacf-d.
Letters of Credit issued, available witL correspondents In a'.!  Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received ln sums of $1 ani upwards.
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WE8TMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager
PKone 101
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June-
THE JAPAfoESE.
He   It   Child,   Fanatic   and   Emotions
Savage All  In One.
He is a bundle of contradictions, and, I
measured by American standards, he is
a bedlamite, straight from topsy turvy
land. He may be a Chesterfield and
a cheerful liar one minute and a red
Indian the next���a sycophant and a
welsber today and a Napoleon tomor
row.
We westerners have been taught to
regard the little Jap as an amusing
and, precocious child given to obstructing sidewalk traffic with his podte con
tests in kowtowing, to suspending from
the branches of the cherry tree his
dainty poems addressed to his friends
nnd to dawdling for hours over the ceremonial tea, and when we see hlm under fhe tent flap, bowing and laughing
and playing checkers, he seems a velvet pawed kitten ln khaki. AM yet
you and I have seen him In battle a
ramping, raging tiger, greedy of Slav
bayonets and afterward dragging him-1
self to the field hospital, shot to rags,
nn whimpering, a mere bull hide wrapped around a will.
We never know a character until we
have seen It put to tbe test under
.tress-least of all the combination of
sphinx and Janus known ns tbe Japanese. So studied, tbe embattled brown
boy strikes me as a strange compound
of Little Lord Fauntleroy, Peter the
Hermit and Sitting Hultr-chlld, fanatic
nnd emotionless savage, all In one*���
Appleton's Magazine.
T__* Printem. of Peers.
There Is a curious ease lu Fortescue's
"reports" relating to the privilege of
peers, In which the Imiliff who many
yenrs ago arrested a lord was forced
by the court to kneel down and ask
his pardon, though he alleged that he
had acted by mistake, for that his
lordship had a dirty shirt, a wornout
suit of clothes and only sixpence la
his pocket, so that he could not believe that he was n peer and arrested
him through limdvertpn'-* - -Or-��en Bas
Lots facing Moody Square, $50 cash
and $10 per month.
A few lots near Vancouver Car Line and
New West End School Site, $25
cash and $10 per month.
Cottage in the same locality, $375 cash,
balance $15 per month.
A Priceless Asset
.A. good set of teeth contribute greatly to
one's health and happiness. They add much
to the  appearance  and more  to the  digestion.
Neglect is the only cause for the loss of
teeth. Come to us .NOW. before it is too
iate.
READ    OUR    PRICES
THEY   NEVER  CHANGE
Pull  Set of Teeth        $5.00
Bridgework  (per tooth)     $5 00
Gold   Crowns         $5.00
Gold  Fillings     $1.00  up
Platina   Fillings       $1.00
Extracting     50
ALL WORK GUARANTEED WITH A PROTECTIVE GUARANTEE FOR
TEN YEARS.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.  to   6 p.   m.
I P. PEEBLES
REAL ESTATE |
BROKER |
FIRE   AMD  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE  VALUATOR.
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P. O. Box 13.   *
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
COAL
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
'Phone    105.
OFFICE: FROKT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -  ��� NEW
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the southeast quarter ot section ll,
township 2, .New Westminster district.
._ certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
James Ci. Smith on tho fourth day of
June, 190S, unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to me
in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or Intere therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, .New Westminster, U.C., May 2, .IOR.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Tf.aDE Marks
OltlONS
CoPVRIOHTt AC.
Anyone am (ling a .ket eh and dwerlnt Inn mav
qnleklT aicartmln our opinion free whether ��n
Inrentlnn li p.ob��_IM>��t*ntabUj. Oommunlrn.
t1rini��iri��.lrr.rnB(1��rlTT��L HAN0800K onl'it. nt��
���ant .re*. '.Meet scene?foriocurlngpatent*,
through Munn * Co.!	
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.  MAIN   LINE.
Leave -New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive N'ew Westminster 10:25,
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:46:
leaves 15:15.
GRE.VT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 d.u.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. 8eattle 10 p.m
p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster at
5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
V., W. A Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:56 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.36 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
O. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon 6 p-m.
Leave Guichon 6 a- m-, arrive New
New Westminster 8:45 on Fridays.
Patents taken
Motive
 brooch Munn k ���.....
tptdat nottc*, without Marts, In IBs
Scientific Jliitericati.
A hand-omaly Illustrated wee.lr. _>re.st circulation of any aoKiitKlo Journal. Terms for
Canada,i.1.7. �� fear,poatatie prepaid. Sold bj
all oi_w��l��*ter-
ZmicL t!!_.��. &* F Bi�� Wathlalui"
1 I TRAVFIK AUCTIONEER and
All business in this line guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
i    Auction tale every Friday morning
on the Market square.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. adHress
GEO. W. VA'wiX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
The person or persons   having   in!
their custody or possession the   foi-1
lowing title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1881���Charles R .Pert
Culverwell to .Montague William f.r-
whitt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackson
and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgx .��
in fee.
January 9, 1886���Montague William
Tyrwhitt Drake, Harry Dallas Helmcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of
mortgage. ,
THOMAS R. PEAR30N,
Agent.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westmin
ster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. ra.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. Now
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, 8��o.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioncwr Limited" St Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South IVest 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 I'initi" ".rs on alll their trains and
give fri ��� trons an excellence of
���ervi..    i     . btainable elsewhere.
���L_. _.   ROWE. General Agent
'14 Third V.   r>r.r AM-'   t,..rtT����-.d. Or
Vf      ADVERTISE      **����
- _N ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER|
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in thr Vti
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OE FAME
THE NORTH-W'ESTERN, LTD. I
Embodies the newest and best i<ieas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated (rain in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16  section  sleeper.,  luxurious dining
ar, reclining chair cars (seat, free��,
.<iodcrn   day   coaches   and   bullet,  li-
irary and smoking cars.
Kor Time Table.,  Folders, or any
nirther information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT.
tm Second Avenue. Seattle. W��>h
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
ANl> ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship tickets on  sale    to an
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round  Trip
Rates  to   Southe-n  California.
For full Information call on or wlte
0. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St.. Vancouver. B. ����� -
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Or* MONDAY,
JUNE  29,   1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
1'AGE THREE
pEPA
fo
AND
""' M,"��-*c.pal councils ol the said
CorPorations, th(      reements between
CorPorati( d ��� .   the  Township ol
Cbllliwac.   and P0We*  i
Mng also
rhe. Chilliwack   City 0ra  on
Act" (1908).
The waters
flio Power c<
qultlam
al presi n*  recorded by
Companj  from  Lake    Co-
and from   .   .      .   .  ., wlll
Utilized to gen.,:-.,,,. th,, power ,.fc.
RTMENT    OF     MILITIA
DEFENCE, OTTAWA.
gEALED TENDERS (in duplicate)
��� the pupply of coa. and fuel wood
...|,u.i'il to heal the military buildings
. victoria, Vancouver, New Westmin.
ster and Rossland, B. C. lor the nine
months beginning 1st .July, L908, will
,. received up ���" Saturday, July m, Quired to operate the
proximo. Each tender is to be marked Uii<lertak_ng ol the Power Company,
..-render for Fuel," and addressed to "'"' '* ' proposed to transmit such
..' secretary of the Militia Council, i':'w,'r' l':'1" and beat through and by
awa '���"'*���"" '" P��'e and transmission lines
minted forms of tender containing  i;'"" :i,l>' of the power houses, _ub-
full particulars may be obtained from  *-'-*ationa <-"' transmission lines of   the
Secretary of the  Militia  Council,   Power Company throughout the whole
or at the office of the District  :'"'' wilh'�� which the further undertaking of the Power Company is to be
carried on, and a. ls hereinbefore de-
PLAYS  AND  PLAYERS.
orce
the
Ottawa
Three
packages for
25c.    Sei
is regu-
larly at
two package;
for *J."ie.
We h
ive some No
1 pota
.oos
at
$1.50 per sack, or fift
v pounds
for
85c.
This is
a low -irice,
as they are
very
|      scarce.
Officer    Commanding,    Victoria,  who
,-ill furnish all information  required.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque, payable to the
order of the Honorable the Minister
0f Militia and Defence for flve pec
cent of the amount of the tender,
jMch will be forfeited If the party
making the tender declines to sign a
(ontract when called upon to do so.
j- the tender be not. accepted the
,>., (jue will be returned
The Department does noi bind
ulf to accept the    lowest    or
���,:. .' i'.
E. F. .IARVIS,
Secretary, Department of Militia
Defence.
Department of Militia and Defence,
Ottawa June 10, 1008.
(H.Q, 1.9���11���C.)
Newspapers will not be paid tor this
advertisement if they insert it without authority from the Department.
PART   IV.
���WATER   CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION   ACT,   1897."
lt-
any
and
fined:
2. And this is further to certify
Lhal the first part or portion of the
said undertaking and works htreby
ai proved, will be the line of electric
railway from the said City of New j
''���'��� tmlnster to the said City of Chilli-
wack and the necessary pole .md :
l> ansmisslon lines In connection therewith;
('���'���) And this is further to certify
t��al the Power Company shall have
,: '''��� sul icribed I efore it c< mmences
ibe construction of the .^aid further
undertaking and works, or exercises
any of the powers in tha* behalf conferred by the "Water clauses Consoli-
lation Act, 1897,'' K��rt IV., one thousand (1000) shares of one dollar ($1.00)
each. The further amount of capital
required to fully complete the first
jrart of the said further undertaking
aud works is to be provided by the
[loan of two million four hundred and
ninety-nine thousand dollars ($2,499,-
j 000) to be made by the British Columbia Electric Railway Company, to   be
  ecured by mortgage bonds   of    the
l    This is to certify thai the Van-  Power Company in sterling or decimal
Power    Company,    Limited, currency carrying interest, or by such
sreinafter called  the "Power Com- ether form of   security   as may    be
���   specially    Incorporated    pur- agreed upon between the   said Com-
..ni   to   Part  IV.    of    the    "Water   panics;
Consolidation Act, 1897,"    on      4. And this is further to certify that
he 25th day of January, 1898, for the [tne time  within which the said  fur-
Be    of    exercising    the    rights,  ther c_api'al to be subscri ed, namely,
privileges,   and   priorities in on.   thousand dollars, in addition   to
,1 :'���   l'art    IV.    of    the   said Act capital alr&dy subscribed, is fixed at
Bated,  granted,  and  conferred,  has,  two months from the date hereof, and
-, addition to its undertakings here-  u    time in which the first   part   of
.  approved of by the Lieutenant-  said further undertaking and works,
���ernor in Council bv Certificates   if as set forth iu paragraph two hereof,
Approval, dated the 14th day of Feb-lis  to be commenced  shall  be before
���   1902, and the 18th day of May, ithe expiration of three months from
1.06, submitted its further uncierta\-' the date hereof; and the date at which
. lo    the    Lieutenant Governor    In  tbe remainder or any  portion of tbe
... .1  for approval, and    that    the  s;_id   further  undertaking   and   works
���   i further undertaking, as Bhown -by ]bereby approved may be commenced
���   locuments and plan duly filed in  is fixed at five years from the   date
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Pnone 97.
r
i
If You A
re
VV asm
Going   to   Get   a
asnmg   Blouse
FOR YOUR BOY
Come Here for It
1
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Our Stock Is Complete
Dark medium and light colors,
prices 50c, GOe and 75c, mostly
in sailor style. Our Russian
Blouse Wash Suits are just
what you want. Crash plain
and trimmed and striped drills,
prices $1.00, $1.50 and $1.75.
Buster Shaw Play Suits 75c
ursuance of the said Act, has   been
i red, aud that the same is as fol-
The construction, equipment, opera-
t'on, anj maintenance of a line or
toes of electric railway, tramways, or
i reel railways, with all necessary
lines and overhead and other
construction with all necessary side-
' acks, switches, and branches for
tin' conveyance of pass^ ngers and
freight from some point or points at
"��� near Lots one (1 i and two (2),
Citj Block four (4), In the City of
Sen Westminster, to and throughout
tbi streets of the Citj of Chihtwa k,
passing through the mumcpalitles
<-' Surrey, Delta, Langley, .Matsqui, '
Sumas and Chilliwack. and the Town-
tltes of Ahbotsford and Huntingdon,
��nd throughout the District of New
Westminster and over and along any
i the public roads in the said Municipalities or any of the intervening
labile roads, or such other rights ol
'"���'���   .\:iere  the  public   loads  are   not
uted   as   may   be acquired   by   the
Power Conipany;   the erecUon,    construction, operation  und  maintenance
�� !��in   the  said   City    of  Chilliwack
";��l the said   Municipalities  and  DlS-
;':*'t or \'i v.   Westminster, of eleotl '
Vl"i.s.     power     houses,     gene;
��� nts  polo lines, overhea I and othei
irm tion, and such   oth( r   appil*
'" ��� ���    and conveniences as are neces-
in and throughout the said City
"' Chilliwack, the streets thereof fl id
��� and throughout the Bftid Munlclp 11
'���'   and the public roads thereof, and
1,1 and throughout and over the pub! c
of any .Municipalities that nny
nfireafter be formed  within th
'''"���"f. with public and private
11   and heating and power for manufacturing and Industrial purposes, and
::i connection therewith; 'he construe-
--��ni operation and maintenance of all
''" iBarj and required overhead pole
-'c|   transmission   and   other   lines
iry or required  In connection
'*kilh the said undertaking |V|,m
1:1 ""  power houses. Bub-statlon
:'":i|";ssion lines of the P.ower Com-
u'!^ throughoul the whole area, as is
���"-relnbefore set forth.   Together with
;" M|'*li rights, powers and privileges
'' <��''y be in cassary    to   effectually
CF"3 out the terms and conditions of
"'��� '"'"ral agreement, made between
' '  Corporations    of Surrey,    Dslfc
|:,;;! :���.  Matsqui.  Sumas, and
':  ���  i the Power Company,
;:*'"'M'n',' were d!,iy   ratified   and
���'"���''"������������d by hy-inws regularly passed
hereof, or such further time   as   the
Lieutenant-Governor in  Council  may
hereafter approve.
Dated this 19th day of .May, 1908.
FRKD .1. FULTON,
Clerk of the Executive Council.
Overall!
BUSTER SHAV
PLAY SUIT
Ttioin.i.   V.*.   lioss   has   taken   "Til��
Other   Clrl"   to the   Majestic   theater, I
Boston, for au all summer run.
Eleanor llobsou's season has ended,
snd she will Join ber mother, Mr*
Madge Cnrr Cooke, ami spend hor va.
cation with her In England.
.T.  II   Barnes,  Dot-l.   keane and  Ar
thur Lewis of tho original company ol i
The Hypocrites" have boon engaged
for the English production of the play
KritJ.i Schoff is recovering from hoi
recent Illness and has sailed for tha
other side. She plnnn to spend a shor!
time In Erauce nnd then wlll go t��
t'arlshnd.
Ellis Jeffreys hns released tho Sh��
berts from their contract nnd next
season she Is to star under hor own
management in n play entitled "l'i.*
Bugar Howl."
Elizabeth Price, who replaced Ad<*U
Ritchie ns the prima donna In "Thf
Social Whirl," Is soon to nppoar In s
musical sketch written for her by H��
derle Penfleld.
Adelaide Kelm, formerly of tho Fnw
cett stock company of Baltimore, is to!
piny lending roles In n stock companj
to bo organised nt tho Metropolis thea
ter, Now York.
Gilbert Miller, tho son of Henry Mil !
lor,  recently  mndo his  Inltlnl appear I
once  ou   the   Stags   In   "Tho   Hoy*  ol
Oompany  H."    II* plnyed the role ol
Beauty, inking tho part that was on.
atod for Mr. Estnbrook.
Will A. l'nge, who hns been tho pres*
representative nt the Now York Hippo
drome this  season, ls to bo associate!*
with Edwin Anion In the miiaagemof"'
of tho stock  company at the  l.t��)a��v
! theater In Washington this smnuiar.
HAGIC
SODA
i A. I-, B ���* A.T IJ a*
IS THE BEST.
E_W.GILLETT^,7?S
TORONTO. ONT.
Th�� Way to Wi_re..am.
Some young women in England have
begun to dross out nml out like men.
They wear a lonjr cont cut like a hunting cont, a cap, riding breeches nnd top
boots. It Is a handsome costume, and
It Is not Immodest, but undoubtedly l��
attracts n good deal of attention. The?
have boon tolling In London a stor.��
about a girl who adopted this riding
rig. Pulling up hor horse ono after
noon, she *&!d to an artisan who wns
pnssing, 'Can you tell me If this Is
the way to Wnreham?" Tho man looked her over carefully, thou be touched
his enp in a respectful manner and re
plied, "Yes. miss, yes���you soem te
'ave got 'em on all right."
A Hardman.    A. James,   j. McClughan
HARDMAN I CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE /'GENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust'Bloct
Notice re Water Rates
THE
, Wardrobe Clothier J
How Bismarck Kept Up Steam.
In the evening I wont to BlsmarcVl
house. I wus placed upon the sofa la
front of a table covered with teacups
nnd bottles of beer and also with hor
rings und oysters. Ills tiew highness
(Bismarck) speedily arrived and sal
down by me. He began by consuming
Innumerable oysters, herrings and bam
and drank boor with sodn wnter.-
Hohenlohe Memoirs.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon   oute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express snd freight connect with
���tages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Koi  information apply to
|, H ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver.   B   C
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
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New Westminster Branch.      p.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
His Great Failing.
"He's n good friend of yours, itm't
be?"
"Ob. only medium."
'^A'hnt do you mean by medium?"
"Oh. hc listens while I tell him all
of my troubles, but he also wants ine
to listen while he tells tne all of bla."
-London Telegraph.
The following resolution was passed
at the regular mooting of the City
Council on June 1, 1901.:
"That the water rates to be paid by
consumers b<e amended as follows:
"(1) That the water supplied to
Chinese houses and all other houses
and offices in connection with sawmills or other industries he charged at
the household meter rate, that all
sawmill BtablftS be charged at the
schedule rate per horse. (2) That
_he 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-
ct-eased to $2.00, Subject to tbe usual
rebate. (4) That the irrigation rate
by meter be increased to 20 cents per
100 cubic feet. (.5) That the meter
rent for one half inch nnd three-
quarter Inch meters be 26 cents per
mohth, nett."
W, A. DU.NCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 4. 19t��S.
A Good Deal Wars*.
"1 lind to walk the floor all night
with the baby. Can you think of anything worse than that?"
"Yes; you might have married out
In (>rcvi*land. whara .\*n vlghta art sis
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Acreage and City Lots
llth of Jul
The corporation of the City of New Westminster
will otfer for sale at PUBLIC AUCTION, in the
Council Chamber, City Hall, at 2 p. m. Saturday,
July llth, 1908. Thirty-four (34) acre blocks on
LULU ISLAND. Several with DEEP WATER
FRONTAGE on the NORTH ARM of the FRASER
RIVER, and all facing on good roads or road allowances. ALSO several residential lots in dif
parts of New Westminster City.
Catalogues   Can   Be   Obtained   at   the
different
City   Treasurer's   Office.    City    Hall.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   JUN,
THE DAILY NEWS
Published hy the Daily Xews Pn'.-
lishlag Company, Limited, at the.r
offices, corner of Sixth and From
Streets, .N'ew  Westminster,  B.  C.
E.   A.   Paige.
.Managing   Director
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MONDAY
,  fltN
E   29,   1908.
K.   0.  cousin,  who  Is    one    of    the
cleverest   lawyers    In    Canada,    the
Major would have been surrounded before now.    But Hodkins,  K.  C..  with
motions   and   objections   and   pretty
technical quibbles, acts as rear guard
:o the floundering  .Major, and  brings
him off with loss, but also with honor.
I'nder the questions of Murphy, K.C.,
the  Major has given  away  his    case
pretty  thoroughly.     He  has  admitted
that he was sore at the appointment
Of (want as inspecting engineer, which
was a job he had in his own eye. He
was  willing, too, It appears, to alter
the    classification    so    to    to    help
McArthur   out.    MeArthur   was    the
Premier  contractor   for Section  F,   and,   what
another with labor troubles and one thing and
another, was   running   behind.     The
.Major did not think it was good either
for the Government or the railway  to
Knights^ttention!1     Notice
Telephone communication has been
established   with   Westminster  junc-
The Knights of Pythias will hold a
joint meeting of Royal and Granite
Lodges, K. of P., on Monday night at
eight a'clock.    Business of importance   tion and Pitt  Meadows
will be presented.
T. JH-MBROUGH,
Chairman of Building Committee.
to
i ither offices
Mission City  will    be
GOING SOME MORE.
The Victoria Colonist in its issue of
Saturday    last    stated    that
McBride    intends    to    take
periodical trip through the    Province
and the time set for starting is .Monday  morning, July ti, taking    in    the.have  a  contractor ..g0  broke ������    Con.
various [daces aiong-the main line of [sequently he was in favor of a classi-
the C.  P.  H.   The personnel of   the Ificatlon that would give McArthur   a
party is not definitely arranged.    The *etter '"'ico tor an intermediate   ma-
..,.,,      ....        .  ,     terial between loose rock at 60 cents
itenerary   will  include    Nicola,    Ash-:
1 a  cubic yard and sold  rock at  $1.70.
croft,   Kamloops,   somewhere  in    the Afl aIte_e(] olaBBlflcatlon ,s the whoJe
Slocan, Revelstoke, Field and Golden,'gist of the Major's complaint, the
where, it is thought the tour will end, (question naturally arises: Why was he
though some of the party may go fur- willing to do it his own way, but not
ther. This Information, going out nine jthe other fellow's?���Collier's Weekly,
days  ahuud,  will ensure  the  supplies | ___	
at the hotels having the necessary
augmentation. This, no doubt, is considerate, especially in the dry belt.
The sixth of July, with only 'a day's
grace, for the straightening up of
things, after the celebration in whicli
so many British Columbians join their
American cousins, seems to us a little j
early,   but endurance    is
1 SOUTHERN MOB LYNCHES
TWO ACCUSED NEGROES
RUBBER STAMPS
No more nsed of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,!
and I
MADE IN  CANADA
Mail  orders filled  same day as received
A.   G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"
opened shortly.   Notice
as additional offices al
be given
^^^^^^^^^^^^    re open.' 1
British Columbia Telephone Co., ltd.
en Orders
for Coal
'"'" B^t us we lose no
ailing i hem.
I"    take
promptly
Our  coa
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!S Edison Theater i GILLEY BROS
Corner of Columbia and Begbie Sts.     I ^ ^���^ Ik./
���     LIMITED
High class and up-to-date
pictures  and illustrated  songs
night at 7:30.
Admission 5c and 10c.
moving
every
GOWIE
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GASOLINE
ENGINES
now-a-days. Occasionally in the
itinerary information is to be gained
first hand both for administrative and
legislative action and this is the ostensible reason given for the party go- |
Way Cross, Ga., June    28.���Walter
Wilkins and   Albert  Baker,    negroes,
were lynched by a mob of 1000 per-
everything jsons late yesterday on the outskirts of
ing  afield.    This  was  precisely
same reason given for the last jaunt,
but with the added declaration that it
was to be non-political.    Now at the
close of this last circuit, the Conservative  papers  in  the    face    of    this
declaration announced ttfat it had been
a great Conservative triumph. If these
excursions were being taken upon the
eve of a Provincial  general    election
we  would not be surprised, although
we might object, but  when they    are
used with the expectation of the Federal  general   elections, we    are . surprised at the audacity, and we do cer-
t/iinly  object  to the    money    of    the
whole people being used for partisan
advantage, especially when the money
is so badly needed upon some of   the
Government roads.   For what purpose
should anyone but a .Minister and the
Premier's secretary be included in the
party,    It seems to us thai If this   is
a trip honestly taken in the interests
of the people to be visited, then   the
Chief Commissioner o! Works and an
fficieiu   engineer  would    get    more
actical information iu one day than
e Premier and  his secretary would
a a inonth.    Their vision would   he
��� learer, and with the technical knowl-
dge    necessary,    decision    could    be
reached upon the ground at once, all
chance of partj  display would be removed,   and   the    country's     finances
would not be dissipated.
the city. The negroes were brought
here yesterday from Wayne county,
one of them charged with a hideous
crime.   The negroes were    taken    by
��~   I Wayne countv  officers from  the jail
the I..
there to be shut up for safe keefTtng,
when the mob rushed the officers and
hanged the two prisoners.
Westminster
Transfer Co
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Office  'Phone  185.      Barn  'Phone 137!
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
R, MILES & CO.
| Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, Etc
R.'pairs of all kinds given special attention.-Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone A '���','!
Front St. New Westminster
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Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABILITY
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Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully WytmXnXM
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,
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CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Illinois Mines to Close.
Chicago, June 28.���Through the
oversight in the framing of the new
mining law for Illinois, which goes
into effect July 1, every coal mine in
the state will be compelled to close
down. The length of the suspension
will depend on the promptness with
which the examining boards can be
obtained and issue certificates to
qualified miners.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLI
WACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley
Mission and way ports, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman &  Ker    wharf
N'ew   Westminster,   Tuesdays,  Thursdays and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Loaves  Chilliwack  Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and  particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
R.  WHITMOP.K. Secretary.
What They All Say
"I didn't know we ��� ml I
get such good work 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 SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
B. C.
ARE YOUREYF*
Troubling You?
If  so,  come and   have them e:<
amined.      We   make  no char:;.
for testing your eyes.   All wor
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Opticiat
Optical   Parlors   in   T.  Gifford.
Jewelry  Store.
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A.	
THE MAJOR BACKS UP.
The Hodgins charges straggle along
to  an   Ignominious   conclusion.    The
parliamentary committee keeps probing   but finds nothing.    There may be
a graft of $4,000,000 on the  National
Transcontinental    Railway,    but    the
Major's words will never prove it.  He
will not stand up to them long enough.
Interviews   given   to   friendly newspapers,   letters  written  to therru editorials, based on them, are all repudiated by the .Major, who objects to any
reporter taking down half a dozen of
his pregnant sentences and then drawing two columns of conclusions.    The
Major does not understand that    the
fewer notes a reporter takes   the less
likely he is to dry up the source   of
information   hy  scaring him with    a
note-book.   The Major may have said
something from his armchair at   the
club in Victoria, British Columbia, but
his position In the committee at Ottawa seems to be that far too much
was made of his soda-water conversation.    In short, the Major is   not   a
good witness for the prosecution.   He
is too brisk a denier and too bad a
rememberer to score points, His documentary evidence and other data,   he
says, he has lost or   destroyed,    and
against  his confessed  recollection of
things is the word of a cloud of engineers, chief engineers,   district   engineers, divisional engineers,    residents
engineers,   assistant   engineers,    and
Heaven knows how many others. The
sky    rains    N.  T. R.    engineers   at
Ottawa.    They swarm thicker    than
railway contractors, and  every    man
Jack of 'em ready to say    that    the
Major doesn't know what he Is talking
about.    For every  drop of  suspicion
the Major can  squeeze out,  there Is j
an ocean of rebuttal.    What with the
hosts against him and his own wavering, the  Major is  Lound to  make a
sorry  show,    if  it  were  not  for  his
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Everybody
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SILVERWARE
We  have just ofljned  up a swell line of SILVER GOODS:
BAKE   DISHES BON   BON   DISHES        DESSERT   SETS
BERRY   DISHES PICKLE   DISHES BERRY    SETS
CAKE   DISHES BUTTER   DISHES SPOON  TRAYS
FERN   DISHES TEA   SETS CAKE  TRAYS
PRIZE CUPS CANDELABRA
SEE   OUR   WINDOW   DISPLAY.
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^Delightful Perfume
There is something about a perfume that refresh��
one weary with the heat of the day.
We have all the latest and most popular
the world's best manufacturers.
We are making a specialty of  toilet waters
now,  delicate and  dainty  for   either    the
kerchief or bath.
odors ol
just
ian.
Ryall's Drugstore
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M /^��_*T-ifl/___*rY-i_ciT-if We are headquarters for m\
M OtJIUieilltJllI nobby   and   comfortable fJlj;
SB footwear for the hot days.   Our line of Patent and
Tan Calf Oxfords, White and Tan Canvas Boots
and Oxfords ave the best in town.   For Tan Oxfords
ask to see our "Newark" and "Walkover" lines.
H I P^rii^^f ^ee our w^nd��w display of Fine
�� Ld<Jlt;o. Summer Shoes. Finest line of white
gj and colored Canvas goods we have ever shown.
S N0NSSHAM For Patent or Tan Ca,f Oxfords
&       SriS^be      See-our "Cross" and ^*#/V
"Empress" lines
Electric Railway Service j
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
4Last car lv. Vancouver 11::i0.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over me
city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram *
office on the hour, tweaty mm- *
utes after and forty minutes af- $
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. ���
Sapperton Line: Cars leave $
at ten minutes after the hour. ���
half past and fifty minutes After ���
the hour, commencing at ti:'.11 *
a. m. ���
Sunday Service   nair-noun..   it*
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m
British Columbia r.Jectric Ry. Co., Ltd
We have just received
^      WEARE
SPECIAL AGENTS
Children's Canvas
Shoes
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever crossed
the pond.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd. i
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J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
Columbia 8t, NEW   WESTMINSTER
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster
The Oriental Contract Co.!
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
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I P. O. Box 474.        Tel. 53.        Res. 429|
Estimates  Submitted.
..\rVestminster..
Iron  Works|
JOHN   REID, Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,  fences,   Castings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work ani
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Works:
Tenti Street,   ���   New Westminster
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MONDAY,
JUNE  29, 19C8.
THE DAILY NE^S
THE CASH STORE.
. THE CASH STORES
Mammot
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White Ready - to - Wears
75c WOMEN'S GOWNS FOR 50c.
Made 0. fine White Long Cloth and Nail	
embro
brie, nicely trimmed  with    lace
regular 75c.   .lune Bale Prlci
50c
50c   CORSET   COVERS   FOR  35c
All slsses, nicely trimmed with   Valenclem
and embroidery, varied designs. Juue Bale P    e 35c
$1.25 LADIES'  WASH  SKIRTS FOR  75c.
in linen, color only, nicely trimmed, all Size     rei i
lar prices $1.26 and $1.50.  June Sale Price ... .75c
$1.00   LADIES'   BLOUSES   FOR   50c.
Six dozen lovely Lawn .and .Mull Blouses, all bIzi -
neatly trimmed and embroidered;    regular   $1.00.
i....   Sale Price  50c
$1.50  LADIES'   UNDERSKIRTS FOR  75;.
A  magnificent line of Women's Underskirts, -. It .
larcts flounce of embroidery, well made; regul
$1.50.   June   Sale Price  75c
CHILDREN'S  REEFER  COATS  $175
In NavJ* and Cardinal   Broadcloth;    regular    prici
J3.00.   To effect a speedy clearance we wl I si
 $1-75
50c COTTON VESTS  FOR 25c.
In fine Balbriggan Cotton, well made   an I    n
finished.   June Sale Price  --:
Bplefi-
. a .600
75c. DRAWERS FOR 50p.
Oi tin,   Long Cloth, hemstitched and tucked;
���ii"-! value at 76c,   Juni    ale Pr.ee 	
$2.00  CORSET   COVERS   FOR   $1.00
'���'   ���  ill i      CUl .   ali   our    $1.70    and
$2.00 Corsel  Coven   i ,���   ���    new design. June Sale
Price   jloo
$2.50 WASH SKIRTS FOR $1.50
l'i    ���'     i    .. ���                       ,lqUe;  regular price
?- ' ������   Bali :��������� ���������     $1.50
$1.50 BLOUSES FOR $1.00
All our regular $1 50 Wh  ���  Lawn aud Mull Bio*, e
will be swept awa*  $1.00
$2.50 WOMEN'S WASH   SUITS FOR     $1.75
In Print andoqjored Percale, well made and neatly
trimmed;   regular price $3.60. June Sale Price $1.75
$1.50 CHILDREN'S  WASH   DRESSES    FOR 75c.
All our regular   $1.50  Wash  Dresses,    white    and
���      are   being cleared out at, per garment 75c
$1.00 SILK VESTS FOR 50c.
manufacture, In silk and cotton, magnificent-
*   : .:���.��� I;   regular $1.00 and $1.25 values.   June
S h   Price  ' 50c
Women's waists at les.s than manufacturers' price
REGULAR  $3.00 VALUES  FOR $2.95
Dome and see these, they come in black   i id   olori 1 Silks   Brussi ] Point de Esprit Net, fancy Silks
and Shire Linens.
Prices $1.
to $8.50,   J ���*    Sale Price, each
....$2.95
1,000 YARDS   ENGLISH   PRINT  AT     ',Zz  YARD
In standard   width,  each   ilece stamped with the
. 0f a world-fam< I manufacl trer, in i  dte and
. and   il ick i  dots,        Igs,
gular 15c.   June Sab  Price,]       10c
20c DRESS MUSLINS FOR 10c YARD
In a charming variety of m w  patterns an I d
���      iir;.!.!.- tor itreel   ���:* ��� tresses
"C
ime
Sale prici
yard
. >g ilar
. ...10c
40 PiECES GINGHAM AT 10c YARD
11.     1200 yai        -  KIng< >1  Gingham,    in stripes,
���   i.    . 15     . "   'ri 1 25c values.   June
-; ile Price, pei 10c
15c TURKEY RED FOR 7 z YARD
Ovei       ��� yards still   eft, i   I    fi Inches   wide.   In
; ain fasl dy<   I     ey red; regular 15c.   June Sale
Price  7l2-=
-Mrs. VV
Toronto.
No better goods made than thi Ii ai
Havana "B-jfUHaate" cigar. **
A. Wesl lefl yesterday on No. 96 for
Indian Head.   He ha., been visiting thi
coast for some time.
All kinds or annuals at ISdj '.-;. the
florist.   Phone ISC *��
W. P. Fowle, late manager of the
Fr,aser River mills, will leave shortly
for Salem. Ore., where ne intends going into tbe hardware busine...
I The demand for tickets for the Calgary exhibition is very large from
this district   Among those who have
'left for the Foothill City is E. B. Cale.
Flrsl class cut carnations only 26c
a dozen at Davies __ Son. Telephone
B208, **
Robert Hogan, of the Premier hotel,
left the Royal Columbian hospital on
Saturday, after having been an inmate
of that, institution foi tbe past two
months.
Rain or shine you will find comfort
lr an "Old Sport" hand made cigar. "
A handsome set of pipes was won
on Saturday by Willis Burnett at R.
R. Carver's bowling alley, Front
street, for the best score in open competition to all city bowlers. His return
waa 200.
Duplicate orders of the "Auto' cigar
proves  their growing popularity.     **
lt seems certain that Labor Day will
���be duly celebrated this September.
The unions to which the question was
referred by the trades council are all
in favor of the movement. A report
will be presented at the next meeting
of the council.
Fresh dairy butter at Howard &
-Muirhc-ad's. 2._c and 30c per pound. **
Mr. and Airs. W, ?. cooksley returned from Victoria yesterday, where
they went to attend the funeral of the
late Mrs. Michael Baker. The Princess
Victoria accomplished what must be
nearly a record trip, making the run
'from Victoria to Vancouver in three
hours and twenty-five minutes.
You Get Married.   We Will Feather the Nest
Ili-St   Thiftlf    ftf    If Tal.e��the parlor, dining room or bed -
���Iii. I    i 11111 ft    UI    II        riMm:   we  can    furnish     each    from
|60.00 to $".00.00.
Qow     fl��__.    Pok./vv ��np handsome Brussels Rug
Oay     CIle   * ariOr rhwe-piaoe Parlor Suite.
One Parlor Table.
Two Window Shades.
Two pair of Lace Curtains, with
poles and trimmings.
Four pleasing Pictures.
Your choice of one Linoleum or
Carpet.
One Extension Table.
One Sideboard.
Six  high  back  Chairs.
Two Window  Shades.
Two pair Lace Curtains and trimmings.
Four Pictures.
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One Iron Bed. full size.
One good Spring.
One good Mattress.
One Dresser and Stand.
One Art Square.
Two Window Shades.
Two pair Lace Curtain?
mings.
Two Sheets.
One pair Blankets.
One Comforter.
Ole pair Pillows.
One pair Pillow Cases
Two pair of Towels.
and  trim
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LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA S" ,VE"T.
Opposite Lo^we Street.
NEW  WESTMINSTI.
Phone 7*.
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The King Edward dredge is back at I The Epworth league of Queens ave-
New Westminster, after working ar. I nue church meet, tonight at eight,
the clearing of the Harrison river, j o'clock. Rev. R. Forbes Stillman, of
The dredge will shortly proceed to j Grand view Methodist church, Vancou-
Vancouver lo improve the beaches at   ver, who took an interest in the cele-
English  bay.
The pioposec. baseball game between the two local lodges of Odd
Fellows, Royal City No. 3 and Amity-
No. 27, will probably take place about
tbe end of this week, each lodge having practically decided upon the men
who are to represent it. on the diamond.
brated shac.kl.own, Ottawa, last winter,
will speak on the subject.
A meeting of the city council wiil
be held tonight, when more will be
heard of the Lulu island bridge incident, and ft is expected tbat. provision will be made to give W\ Furness,
the caretaker, some help during the
busy season. The band concert committee is expected to bring in a report.
Two more unions will >be organized
shortly in the city, or rather locals
will   be formed   separate   from   the
An amateur baseball game is to be
played this evening at Queens park
between teams captained by H. R.*,al!
jand Ernie Hall.   Tbe game is due   to   Vancouver associations,  these    being
.start, at 6:",0 o'clock.    As there Vill [the barbers and the machinists.   Two
We have thirteen and a half acres '��� be no charge for admittance, a large other bodies of workers may organize
of very good land on the North road;   gathering of fans is expected, .Agree-   later,   Lalbor is destined   to   take   a
Unprecedented offering in circular pillow cotton
The regular price of Pillow Cotton is I       ' per yard, according to width
which must be cleared out before thi the m -nth.   The Quality is supei
Ing, and we have them In all �� i       10, 42, 44, 16 inches.
deader we will clear them oui alia e 	
We have forty pieces
very heavy, uo filling   or
Regular price is 30c per yard. As
 18c
Ihe Great June Stock j U
REDUCTION SALE   I- "���
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The Great June Stock
tpart in clover. Convenient to Sap-
.'���erton car line. Can be bought on
easy    terms.      Abbott"JB- Hyde.    235
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At the request of his excellency, the
governor-general, Mayo;* Keary has
I convened a meeting of citizens, to be
i held at the board of trade room this
! afternoon, to consider what action can
j be taken by the Royal City in connection with the Quebec battlefields
I movement.
ments have been signed whereby the | larger part with the increase of in-
losers of the game will have to ".set -.lust rial oecupations in the city in the
'em up." 'near future.
3 RESIDENCES
Canadian   Wheat   Flakes   30c
package at Howard & Muirhead"s.
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They are in fine condition, and we to be
had cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPO
STORE than any other store tn town.
Call Us Up and Give Us Your Order
TME
Public Supply Stores
Columbia Street.       New  Westminster, B. C.
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GEO. ADAMS
Prop.
Phone  92.
F. CRAKE Cm^Y
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English Watchmaker
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or�� from  Geo. Adam*, Crocmr
" Bold Watcnes trom 112.75 up.
1 n-e. $6,00.
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POSTCARDS
Butter
Butter
Butter
Finest Alberta Creamery. 3 pounds for  $1-00
Best Dairy, per pound 30c
Free h Dairy, per pound 25c
Fruit of all kinds at lowest
prices.
Strawberries, Apricots,
Plums, Oranges, Bananas,
always fresh.   No old stock.
Orders taken for crates for
preserving.
Prompt delivery, courteous
treatment.
Silver   Water-'"'    open
m tos?'8 s,lver Watcnes. doubl*
17��tc
atchJ celebrated South Bend
"' supplied   >0   the   Wellmai.
���aiun"*WMt_o__.    Ml warranted.
WRlnKS' Jewmry-elc- -*��-*<-������
fk     relialnng;    .narges   reason
F.
V,:, NO*  ON SALE AT
EY.S  STAT.ONERV   STORE.
MACKENZIE'S OHVO STORE,     |
M. MOR
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HowardS Muirhead
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Queens avenue Methodist church
Sunday school will hold the annual
picnic on July T. probably at Second
beach, Vancouver. At the classes
yesterday Rev. W. H. Barraclough
showed the children about forty pictures of the Life of Christ. The electric lantern was a great success in
i bringing the sacred story before the
eyes of those present.
j Plans have Just been completed for j
I a splendid camping .and summer resort at Semlamo bay, between Biackie
Spit and White Rock. Fine bathing
beach, good boating, beautiful view of
[open straits. Railway runs past property. White, Shiles & Co. are placing the resort on the market ln half
acre lots frouting the sea. Prices are
low and terms easy. *���
A ball game wlll be played at North
Vancouver on Dominion Day between
teams representing Westminster and
the Vancouver Athletics, The match
will be one of the features of the big
celebration at the Ambitious City, and
should result in a victory for the
locals, as they showed by their work
In the game last week against the
Athletics that they are better all
round players than the Vancouver
men.
Dr. J. S. Hatherly. eyo specialist and
optician, makes a specialty In fitting
riflemen with orthoptic lenses ror
shooting. Take note of address; opposite Daily Columbian office, on Sixth
street. ��� *���
A rose service was held yesterday
morning at Queens avenue church.
Th# building was beautifully decorated
vuh the queen of flowers, and at the
doors were four little girls holding
baskets, distributing blossoms to the
congregation M they entered the
building. Rev. , W. H. Barraclough
preached from the words in Isaiah,
"The desert  shall   blossom   ae   the
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As I am about to leave the city I am offering three residences and
a number of fine residential and business lots for sale, seme of them
improved.
The large and beautiful residence
and grounds I now occupy, corner
Sixth and Agnes streets. Most suitable for professional or bu,sness 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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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  jUNE 2,
29.  1.1
-     A BRIDCE CURIOSITY.
Nd    Structure    In    Mexico    Bollt   o*
Solid   Mahi>Kaii>*.
Ka mahogany is among the most cost
ly woods iu the world, it may well b��
inferred that this tropical material ll
not verv extensively employed in the
construction of buildings, etc. A bridge
constructed of solid mahogany Ifl certainly a rarity, n curiosity. There is
one claimed to be the only one in the
world, built of that material. This
structure is located In the department
of Palenqne, state of Chiapas, republic
_f Mexico. This district lies in the 6*
treme southwestern part of Mexico,
near the boundary lino of Guatemala.
This mahogany bridge is constructed
entirely of that valuable wood except
Home iron supports, braces and nails
thnt are necessary. The bridge spaus
the Rio Michol, and Its total length, Including approaches, exceeds 150 feet
while the width is fifteen feet. It is
used by both teams and pedestrians,
and, although somewhat rude nnd
primitive In construction, It Is very
substantial.
None of. the timbers of the flooring
were sawed, for in tbat region there
are no sawmills, but were hewn and
split.
In that section of old Mexico t_w*rf
--.-. (rerera! verr i?rce rubber nlanta-
tlons. and mahogany trees are quite
common. In clearing away the tropical
forests for setting out the young rubber Wees the mahogany growths nro
also cut down and removed. As this
wood is cpilte abundant some of It wai
used in building the brltlirV���Araeric-H
Inventor.
A Slight Disadvantage.
She was only ten rears old, little
Margaret, but there were two
younger children, and 6he had already token upon her shoulders
some of the responsibilities of life,
but did not pretend to enjoy them
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"Where are Helen and Agatha?"
asked a visitor, who found Margaret sitting on the doorstep alone
one afternoon, looking particularly
sober.
"They've gone off to have what
mother calls 'mischief and they
tail 'fun,'" said the solitary one.
"And you didn't go with them,"
said the visitor, with a hint <5f sympathy in her voice.
"Oh, no," said Margaret, with a
sigh; "mother trusts mc so dreadfully! I can't have much of anj
/un."���Youth's Companion.
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at
Five Cents a Bar
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\ FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we^will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
'Phone 333
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Eighth ave. and Second St.
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
B. C. Mills, Timber am
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer, and Dealers in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Door
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 Westminste
The Big Bankrupt Stock Sale
At the Westminster Clothing Company
STILL IN FULL SWING
rHE 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 tne 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
Here's a Bargain
$15.50 Men's Suits for $5.50
A lot of Men's Pine All-Wool Tweed Suits, make and cut the latest;
have been sold for $15.60.   Sale price   $5.50
A Pant Bargain���$1.75 Men's Pants
for 85c
Two hundred pairs .Men's Strong Tweed Working Pants, all sizes;
made to sell for $1.73. Sale price     85c
Men's Working Shirts
Hundreds of .Men's Strong Work  Shirts;   all sizes;     regular price
$1.00.   Sale prlc<?  45c
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Men's Boys' and Ladies' Shoes at
 Less than Half Price	
Men's Underwear
Balbriggan Underwear  25c
Extra Kino Egyptian Porous Knit Underwear; were $1.00.   Sale
price 50c
Penman's Blue Tip Natural Wool  Shirts  and    Drawers;     regular
$1.25,    Sale price   85c
Another Suit Snap
$22.50 Suits for $8.75
A good lot of Fine Imported Tweed and Worsted Suits; double and
single breasted styles; sizes 35 to 42; regular prices $18.00 to $22.50.
Sale price  $8.75
$3.50 Trousers $1.7
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Men's 25c Ties, Sale Price 10c
Men's Handkerchiefs
Red anil Blue Handkerchiefs; regular price 10c.   Sale price ...,5c
Men's and Boys Sweaters
Regular $1.50 and $2,25 Sweaters for 85c
Regular $1.00 Boys' Sweaters for 50c
Two hundred and fifty pairs Men's fine Tweed and Worsted Pants;
good patterns; well made; were $3.50.   Sale price $1.75
Men's Fine Shirts
Hundreds of Gents' fine soft-bosom and stiff-bosom Shirts; all
new   patterns;   regular  $1.50.    Sale price 75c
Men's Hard Felt Hats
Made by the well known firms, Heaton, Scott, Young & Co., and
Lanston & Co., Picadilly, London; regular $3.00 and $3.50. Sale
price $1.75
Blankets and Comforters at
Half Price
We have the largest assortment of Blankets In the city. Hotels
and rooming houses will find it to their advantage to buy Blankets
from us during this sale.   We can save you 50 per cent.
Men's Braces
Regular 50c .Men's Braces for 25c
Regular 35c Men's Braces for 15c
Regular 20c Boys' Braces for 10c
Knickers at Less Than Half
$1.00 Boys' Knee Pants for 45c
One hundred and fifty pairs Boys' Strong Tweed Knickers; Bizes
22 to 33; regular price $1.00.   Stile price *^
Something ^xtra���$30.00 Suits
for $15.75
An extra good lot of Gents' Fine Worsted STiits in the new browns
and greys; latest style, cut and finish; made to eel! for $25.00 to
$30.00.   During this sale for  $15-75
Men's Canvas Gloves
Two hundred dozen Men's Canvas Gloves; regular 10c. During this
sale these gloves will be sold at *��������� Four Pairs for 25c
Men's Sailor Straw Hats
Regular $1.25.   Sale price 	
.60c
Men's Straw Hats
Regular $1.00.   Sale price  50c
Special
One hundred and fifty pair Men's fine Tan  Shoes;   regular    $3.60.
Sale price, jier pair
.$2,00
Men's Sock Special
Good Cotton Sox  Three Pair for 25c
35c Wool Sox for  17'</zC
Fine Black Cashmere Sox; worth 30c, for	
15c
Shop Early.   Look for the Red Signs
Westminster   Clothing   Co.
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JUNE  Dr,   1908.
Debenture By-Law,; war,
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THE DAILY NEWS.
1908
law to enable the Council of the
'J.-poration of the City of New
yyestmi'ister to raise by a loan the
nf Six Thousand Five Hundred
sum ��
,$6,
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a_e*'n
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.6,000.00, and to cause the same to be  live hundred  (182,600)  Dollars, be ap-   passing thereof, shall receive the as-
I.QE SEVEtf.
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(6) The , ; ���"''   'nto   the   Treasury  of   the  said   proprlated from   the general   revenue   Bent of tlie electors of the said City
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purposes    mentioned  of tlie Citj   for the current  year the In the manner required hy law.
irate of taxation will be excessive, and I    Received tlie assent of Ihe electors
(2) It shall be lawful for the Mayor  u '��   expedient  that such    excessive  on the day of 1908.
oan6S
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8,500.00)   Dollars for the erection   Bald i'i' a|   ^ n ^
equipment  cf  a    Fire   Hall   at ��� ���'"'' '���'1  until   ���
""   '     ���    * I d   enture,   ..
'     ': ���   and      ,,,;���      th(
Park  and     for     improve
ents and equipment for the  Fire
H at  Sapperton.
Ha
g^s, ii la proposed to i
a Fire Hall at Queen    Pari
fcHER
i i,e said City and to Improve an I
LereauiP tbe Fire Hall al 3a*   ���
i in
Liture
ie .said City, entailing the ex
ot J6.500.uu.
,-n WHEREAS,NIt appear, thai  il
si,j sum of $6,500.00   be appro-
Llea from the general  revenue of
[     (or tl"-* current year the rate
|uj_iiou will be excessive, _.nd ll
liipediont that such excessive tax-
��� should be avoided, and the
ijhould be raised on the credll i
on, and thai  d   len
L bi .    ied tor thai am
V. HEREAS,  for the   ia   ..
I ..,:��� st  on  the   debentures
���,-, be Issued under thla Bj La _
||   ,    ating a sinking fund foi
jeat of the said debenl in    nrhen
it will be necess.ir;.  to    i ��
y ji rate, in addition to all
eai h year during the
lie said debentures,    the
hundred, eighty-two an .
toi'!)  Dollars;
[iXb WHEREAS, iu order to i
[said :��� early sum of Three Hun
Hghty-two and 63-100  ($3 -
rs, an equal special rate on the
, c required to be le..   I
rbole  rateable  property   ol
ol N'ew Westminster.
lu e mu number of debentures to taxation should be avoided, and the
;:" made, not exceeding in the whole! said sum should be raised on the
: . mm of Six Thousand ($6,000.00) i credit of the Corporation, und that
Dol ���       i    juch sums of    money ag debentures should be issued for that
������ required, not less, than One amount,
hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, or an AND. WHEREAS, for the payment
equivalent expressed in pounds steirl- of interest on the debentures pro-
ing of the United Kingdom of Great posed to be issued under this By-Law,
Britain und Ireland at a value of 4.866 and tor creating a sinking fund for the
to the iK)und sterling; and all such payment of the said debentures when
shall be sealed with the due it will be necessary to raise by
Seal of the Corporation, signed by the special rate, in addition to all other
i i ii ind countersigned by the Trea- [rates, each year during the currency
surer thereof, or by such other per- \ 0f the said debentures, the sum of
son or persons as may be thereunto Nineteen hundred, thirteen and 13-
lawfully authorized. 100 ($1913.18) Dollars;
(3) The said debentures shall be AND, WHEREAS, in order to raise
payable on the first day of July. 1958, the said yearly sum of Nineteen hun-
at such place or places as the Coun-Wired, thirteen aud 13-100 ($1913.13)
oil of the sai.l Corporation may from j Dollars an equal special rate on the
dollar will he required to be levied on
ana
:*   section and equipment of
' Hal' at Queen      ,     ud .,,
"���i equipment    tor Fire
'    erton aforesaid.
171 Thia 1;- '���'���������     i      tak,   effect
:'    of  AuguBt,   L908, and
1,1     '*   ' :"' aa the "Fire Debenture
1   ' Thia By-Law, before the    final
'    ol   lhal [ve the as-
tors ol the said City
! ; nn   required by law,
the assent of the electora
on the
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City Clerk.
190.
M iyor,
ID v. HEREAS,  the  whole
���operty of    the said City, ac
��� i   the  last   revised    assi ---
ill thereof, Is Four million,one
I   and    fifty   thousand,  ��� Igh
���;   and   eighty     ($1,150,8	
AND WHEREAS, the total am
���tlii existing debenture debt ol the
|| Cit, la one million, eight]   ���
L .     one hundre I  ($1,087,1 i)
|fai      respective of   the sum oi
m : id   ed  and   I w( nt) -fivi
Ibi five hundred   ($125,500.00)   Dol-
|_. ;. . ��� Bed to be raised un i i
NOTICE.
e that the above Is ati ie
ne   reposed   By-Law which
Into    consideration  bj
Council of the City of
New Westminster   one   month   i	
B   *    publication in the "Da
News" newspaper, which firsl  pwbli-
���    ok place on the 25th day o1
I ��08,   md that a vote    of    the
electors of the City will be taken on
���'���'* * ised By-Law on the 27th
of Jul . L908, between the hours
i. in. and five p. m.. at
���wing    places,  namely:    The
er, Civic Building; the
.apperton;  and the Light
- i    ���    _enth  street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
i in- 25, 190S.
Market Debenture By-
Law, 1908
A By-law to enable the Council of the
Corpo.at.on of the City of New
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum of Six Trousand ($6,000.00)
Dollars for extension to Market
Building. >
TURPENTINE.
Moths wlll  leave If lt Is  sprinkle*
���bout.
Reconsidered  and  finally  passed in I    Tnrp���nt!nP and Roap w���, remove Ink
open Council the day of   itains from linen.
Turpentine will remove wheel grease,
pitch and tur stains.
Glenn gilt frames with a sponge mols-
190S.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
I!!"" to time appoint with the approval of the hold.!,, thereof, and shall
have attached to them coupons for
���������"��� Payment of the interest at the rate
": l]'-    Per centum per annum on the
the   whole   rateable   property  of    the
City of  New Westminster;
AND,   WHEREAS,  the  whole  rateable property of the said City, accord-
���:' thereof,  which interest shall 1 tog to the last revised assessment roll
Me hull-yearly on the firsi day ,i���,,.,.<,[, la Four millions, one hundred
,:!l"'.' '"id the lirst day of July \&ta fifty thousand, eight fcundred and
' i '""l everj year, and the said eighty   ($4,150,880)  Dollars;
coupons shall  be signed  by  the  said
M ij ir,
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 mouth 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 the
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 five p. m��� at
the. following 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, 190S.
tened In turpentine.
It will exterminate roaches if gprtn
kled lu their haunts.
A few drops on a woolen cloth will
:lean tan .hoes nicely.
A few drops added to water lu whicb
clothes are boiled will whiten them.
Aa equal mixture of turpentine and
fin��eed oil will remove white marks
from furniture caused by water.
Ivory knife handles that have be>
eome yellow cap lip restored to their
former whiteness by rubbing with turpentine.
Carpets can be cleaned and colors restored by going over occasionally with
a broom dipped in warm water Hi
which a little turpentine is added.
:\.ND, WHEREAS, the total amount
|of the existing debenture debt of the
said City is One million, eighty-seven
thousand, one hundred  ($1,087,100.00)
i Dollars,   irrespective of   the   sum  of
B   property of the City I Ninotv.niue
1 i' A   special   rate  on    the dollar
be  levied  and    raised  in   each
year, in addition to all other rates on
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
_.<��� Itia-h Columbia Coast Lint
Service.
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_S, i ���   sums of money
orks     Debenture      By-Lai.    -:" u      *      *���    nded out of
ie "Street  Improvement   De- th, the City   for
i   -l.aw, 1908,"   the "M u '��� ' * ,:i   IO
��� ��� By-Law,   1908,     and    *      thi   M Ing, and it Is expedi-
Schools   Debenture   By-Law, ent tha tin additional sums   be
which none ol ' ie ���  In
st i�� In ai real
I0W, '! HEREFORE, the Mut
!:....   * the Corporation ol I  ���  Citj
I Sen Westminster    enacts a
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expended in like manner, amounting
In all, * h the sums already so ex-
, _ li d   to tli" Bum of Six Thousand
I     i   Dollars.
WD. WHEREAS it appears that it'
im    of    Six    Thousand
HI] ll shall be law i        the Ma  I   Dollars   be   appropriated
���,   ., . city to  ral ���   bj   ���* ���:��� ol ',' neral revi aue ol the City
my person or person . b -i. year the rate of taxa-
Htiv
I
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i orporate, who maj    ���   wl
��� ance the same on tl    i
...mures    hi ������������ Inaftei   men-
. si ��� 3slve, and .'  is   ex-
ch excessive  i    atlon
should  be avoided,  aud  the said  sum
any sura or sums of money, Ishould be raised on the credit of the
ceeding to the whole the sum of Corporation,    and    that    debentures
nd to cause the same to be [should be     ued tor that  u"
ato the Treasury of   the said
tjr    the    purpur-es    mentioned
sufficient to pay the interest upon the
debentures und to create a sinking j
fund for the payment, of the principal j
I ��� reof when due, subject to any Act,
"   enactment respecting the same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall j
be raised annually by special rate as j
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of Three hundred ($300.00) dollars for the payment I
of interest thereon,  and  the  sum  of :
i'i:'������three   and   20-100   ($53.20)   dol-j
lara to provide for the repayment of
the principal.
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
debentures shall be applied as
* -   and   not otherwise,    towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-Law and the issue and sale of the
lebentures  therein   referred  to;    re-
Ing the treasury of the City such
- as have been this year expended
Ion the works herein mentioned or may
bo expended  until the proceeds of
-ale of the said debentures have
ecome available,  and in  paying the
amount to become due for the comple-
of the said extension to the said
Market Building.
iTi This  By-Law  shall  take   effect
the first day of August, 1908, and
may be cited  as the "Market Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1908.
Reconsidered and  finally  passed in
open Council the day of
1908.
City Clerk.        Mayor.
I:
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I krein.
til It shall be lawful for the Mayor
* cause any number of debentures to
Inadi   not exceeding in the whole
peum ol $6,500.00 for such sums of
^ooey as may  be  required, not  less
fcit) J! " each or an equivalent ex-
tasetj in pounds sterling of the Onl-
WK.iui.dom of Great Britain and Irc-
In-ad. _. ;, value of 4.866 to the pound
FHag; and all such debentures shall
t*scaled with the seal of the Oorpo-
ton, signed by the Mayor aud coun-
���Wgnej   hy   the   Treasurer   thereof,
��'ty such other person or persons as
Wbe thereunto lawfully authorlaed,
: l3> The  said debentures   shall    be
��.abi. on the first day of July. 1968,
P��UCh place or places as tbe Coun-
tf of the said Corporation may from
""fi, 'in,e appoint, with the app*'"
nl of the holders 'thereof, aud Bhall
toe attached to them coupons for the
hymeni ol interest at the rate of five
to centum per annum on the amount.
Jtoreof, which interest  shall  be  pay-
m ball ..early on the first day of
!Janu;^ ������-nd the first day of July In
l*h and every  year, and  the    said  ($126,000.00)
Koas ,hall be signed hy  the Bald  raised   under  the
1 tayor. mture By-Law, i��v*
,(*>A special rate on   the   dollar    enture By-La��'���        '   w> 19M��and
be levied and raised in each yea:  schools Debea���    ������   ,;inient DeDenture
"""'""'   *   of which none of the
AND. WHEREAS for the payment
of interest on the debentures proposed
to I..- issued under this By-law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the
payment of the said debentures when
due. it Will be necessary to raise by
special rate, in addition to all other
rates each year during the currency
of the sai.l debentures, the sum ol
Three Hundred and Fifty-three and
20-100 ($353.20) Dollars.
" AND WHEREAS in order to raise
the said yearly sun, of Three Hundred
and Fifty-three and 20-100 ($353.20)
Dollars an equal special rate on the
dollar will be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property ol the
Citj of New Westminster.
' AND   WHEREAS the  whole    rate-
ftble property of the said City,   according to the last revised assessment
��� ^eof. ie Four Million One Hundred and Fifty Thousand eight hun-
I      and elgMy ($4,160,880   Dollars _
,XN1, WHEREAS, the total amount
-�� the existing debenture deb.  ol  tbe
^fcity ��a One .-,���>;,, elghty-jev-
thousand, one  hundred    ($1.08 ���
',,���., irrespective of the sum of One
,   ,   ,i   twenty-slx   thousand
iSSSnZ dollara U��� ^
Waterworks   De-
the "Eire De-
1908,"   the "Public
PWflltion to all other rates on all the
Pteable property of the City, BUfflcl-
r"tto hay the interest upon the de-
FW8I and to create a Btoklng land
0r tn^ Payment of the principal there-
"when due, subject to any Act or en-
Rent respecting the same.
['.(8) Bubject as aforesaid, there shall
raise,|
By-Law,
L908,"
(..r-p.t is.in arrears.
Z'tTi     Corporation of the City
Council of the w p��
- *^^*r*m\%m ����'��
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council'of the City of
New Westminster one month from
tl\e first publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 190S, and that a vote of the
.lectors 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 five p. m., at
the following places, namely: The
Cbundl Chamber, Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth   street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 1908,
(1) It shall
m ntv to raise by way
of thc said City   o   	
annually by spec
WBalfl, during the currency
,|.,1 rate as  loan from any I
���rsons, body
who may be will-
icrson or P*
the  sum  <>
^4 tebentureg
pmtared
Fan tor the  paymen
Three; mg to advance in
Waterworks Debenture
By-Law, 1908
A By-Law to enable the Council ofthe
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum pf Thirty-two thousand, five
hundred ($32,500) Dollars for the
construction of a Reservoir at
Queen's Park and connecting mains
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
have this year been expended out of
the general revenue of the City on the
construction of a reservoir at Queen's
Park and connecting mains, and lt Is
expedient that certain additional sums
be expended in completing the construction of the said reservoir and
connecting mains, amounting in all,
with the sums already expended, to
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, flve
hereinafter
-ud    Twenty-five  (I885.0O) 'of the *9^^ gunl8 of money not
men- hundred ($32,500) Dollars;
inety-nine thousand, five hundred
($99,500) Dollars proposed to be raised under the "Street Improvement
Debenture By-Law, 1908," the "Market Debenture By-Law, 1908." the
"Fire Debenture By-Law. 1908," and
the "Public Schools Debenture By-
Law, 1908," of vvhich none of the principal or interest is in arrears.
NOW. THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the City
of NewWestminster enacts as follows:
(1) It shall be lawful for the May or
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole the sum ��i
Thirty-two thousand, five hundred
($32,500) Dollars, and to cause the
same to be paid into the Treasury of
the said City for the purposes mentioned herein.
il') It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in the whole
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five
hundred ($32,500) Dollars, for such
sums of money as may be required,
not less than One hundred ($100.00)
Dollars each, or an equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4.8GG to the pound
sterling; aud 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
payable on the first day of July, 1958,
at such place or places as the Council
of the said Coriwration 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
aMayor.
(4) A 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
thereof 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 thereon, and the sum of
Two hundred, eighty-eight and 13-
100 ($288.13) Dollars for the repayment of the  principal.
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise, towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-Law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to, recouping the treasury of the City such
sums as have been this year expended
on the said works, or may be so expended until the proceeds of the sale
of the said debentures have become
available; and paying the cost of the
completion ot the said reservoir and
connecting mains.
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the first day of August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Waterworks De-
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess May leaves Vancouver 11
p.m. June 15, 17. Princess Beatrice
July 3 and 15.
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Prinecss  May,  June 27.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
daily except Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily except Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New Westminsti'!- every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot.
Mosquito Harbor .and way ports; 7th
of each mouth for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset.
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30   p.m- daily,
except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday-
leaves   at 1'p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
a/ICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Trom Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, trom Vancouver   10   n.m. ever,-
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
6.S. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 16th of
every  month.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5 p.m.
For reservations and information
ill nr address
KD. OOULET.
Agent, New Westminster,
ff. J. COYLE.
.���st. Gen. Pats. Agent, Vancouver.
i. W. TROUP,
Iram-a) Superintendent, Victoria.
Splendors of Cafes.
The cafes and hotels of New fork
are rivaling each other in the almost
oriental splendor with which they have
fitted up small rooms for dinner and
after theater parties. At one cafe near
Broadway the sides of oue of the.��
rooms are composed entirely of mir
rors, after the French fashion, whll��
the celling Is covered with green leavi**
and grapes, bunches of pink and purple
grapes of glass, within which are electric lights. The effect Is that of u beautiful arbor. Another cafe has mirrors
reflecting small red lights throughout
the room, while the celling, also of
mirrors, ls nn exquisite Imitation of
moonlight, the effect of whicb Is obtained by olectrics Inclosed to globes!
of the color nnd sheen of moonlight
seen through n delicate tracery of faint
green leaves.���Exchange.
mere wan mtie /...it w��* romantic
La the first meeting of Keau, the great
tragedian, and tbe woman who was to
bear his name. It was ou tlie stage of
the Chelteuhum theater that Churiea
Kean and Miss Chambers, a pretty
young actress, first saw each other.
"Who Is that shabby little man wita
the brilliant eyes?" Miss Chambers
asked In tlie hearing of the king of the
stage. "And who," Kean retorted by
asking aloud, "Is that odd little wi,
man?" From this singularly Inauspicious opening Kean's love drama
proceeded so swiftly that before a
month hnd gone the curtalu was ruui
down nt the altar.
When   t!io  Wire  Tires.
"Messages," said a telegraph operator, "always slide over the wires better on Monday than ou any o'lier day.
The wires, you. see, hare profited by
their Sunday rest. It is a fact that b_-
uuiiuate as well as animate things get
tired and need a vacation occasionally
i'ou Know how true this is of razors, Ot
automobiles, of locomotives, and it is
Just as true of telegraph wires. A wir��
after its Sunday rest gives a quicker, .
full��r and a more delicate transmit
sion. It Is like a piano that has ju��t
been tuned."
tho
re(?n. and  the sum of Flft.v-aove:i   exc
AND, WHEREAS, it appears that If jbenture By-Law, 1908."
t"of   Interest! tloned, W 8UU' ��f ^'Jo the sum of J the 3��id sum of Thirty-two thousand. |   (8) This By-Law. before the final
eedlng In  the
J. .HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral ��� Waters, Etc
Aerated Wate*%
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office tight street
NEW WBtTMIMSTtR. ���. C
Synopsis of Canadian * Homestead
Regulations.
Any available Dominions lands within the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole bead 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 to
which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
intending homesteader.
The ^omesteader i.�� required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following
plans:
il. At least six months' rcdideuc-.
upon and c itivation of the land ln
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm to the
vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing with
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him In the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
u*>on the said land.
Six months' notice to writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cento per
ton shall ba collected on tlie Merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorised publication ot
this advertisement will not ta paid
for.
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