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ff kite, Shiles & Co.
F|RE INSURANCE
10 WESTMINSTER, B.C
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fe*lbJftjfte, Shfles> Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 8S
MB CITADEL
pfDICATEHESTERDAY
I Salvation Army Building Is
Opened With Impressive
Ceremonies-Many Present
, leau;i:.. sunny .Mine,    afternoon
jestei :���'. '���- wa�� aD auspicious oc-
the new  Salvation
The
STEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   MONDAY  MORNING.  aU'NE  S
TEN CENTS PER WTSKK
BHi BOOM Ot LOG.
BREAKS AT NELSON
N'ne   M
A
EXAMINATIONS AT
I   COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
'��n  Feet   of Timber Car
-    - Wate'r on Slocan     Junior Matriculation ExaHlS
River���Loss   5.5COO0
Are io Be Held From June
3~ I o June 24.
TWENTY-THREE MINERS pkoposal of Hindus to
MAY HAVE LOST LIVES
/
FARM NEAR CHILLIWACK
i c.iuii to '
|M citati-    oa  Eighth street.
'
buildiu -*> aoout  three hun-
I is Ughl and airy and cost abou*.
I |arge j iri uf winch is alroad;,
ujaml owing to the generous sub-
Xntlona *; Westminster citiz.n .
L' contractor engaged w.as Mr,
Kj^.y, of Vancouver, and he has pui
1,1 �����:. into the new home of the
[juiiy in lilt' 1;,J>:i1 CilJ'-
Therf ���'������ gathered outside the
IjulldiDj- a large concourse of leading
Ijitiwn. and others, in which the
i .tight uniforms   of   the   Vancouvei
ujjunen Bhowed up in the sunlight,
Ea Major Morris,    the    divisional
Meer, called the gathering to order,
I Around hlm weie Mayor Keary, who
| [resided ut  the  subsequent meeting,
Her, Dr. White, D.  B.  Curtis,  J.   n
Taylor un 1 James Cunningham,    and
among the prominent Salvationist offi-
feu, Mrs. Morris, Adj. and Mrs. Qos-
FDg, of the local corps, and Adjt.Bloss
; ind Adjt. Wakefield.
After a bund detection Dr. While addressed UK gathering, alluding to the
lignifi.-iice of the new building,
riich he hoped to be a place where
���it weary might find encouragement
i ud peace. They might congratulate
lie_.8e.lves that they had there om* ol
fte institutions which would make the
life ol the town better.
Flag Unfurled.
Ma; . Morris, before asking Mrs.
Horns lo unfurl the Army Hag, expressed bis appreciation oi all the
Mp they had received in building the
iiii. The world had come to realize
ni recognise the work which the
At_!��as doing.
Tie dour was then opened. atiV'i
tie building had been declared dedicated in the nam, of the general.
Ommlssloner Coombs, and the officers to the service of the Lord. The
inyor led the way into the building,
and a meeting to celebrate the occasion followed,
8p.ec_.es  were   delivered     between
ne 7.���Word reached the
i_   thai owing to the
-     ��� im cd thi
Special Trains and Big Band
of Rescuers Rush to Scene
of Mine Fire.
:. ���   tatd
the j..:,. tion of 1   i
���
i     -
' '! ' "���������   bo ...
' ���   ��� es from
I   i
���
:'ll,;" tl   -here an
wvera
",ld il is ho ��� .  *:.     -heir booms will
������' ''������ moat of th.     -    ..-   thi.    - ,
-  ���>'  toward  th an    The    mill
and boom of th.. i | -
some thirty miles   .     ia west ol this
city.
High water at the flood stag<     i :. ��� |
ouble.
BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE  .
ELECT BI-ANNUAL OFFICERS
The semi-annual election of officers
toi the Baptist Young People's union
oi the Olivet Baptist church was held
las; week, with the following results:
Honorary president. Dr Rugg; presi-
dc-nt, li. Walker-Sangster; vice-president, Richard M'les; secretary. Miss
_j 3. Archibald; treasurer, Miss
__..Ith Small; organist, Miss Vesta
Bent; convenor ot devotional commit-
tee, Mr. Waldie; missionary, Miss
Edith   o.   Thompson;    membership,
l'.rnest .Milks; BOCial, Miss Alvie An-
derson; floral, Miss Millie Smith;
literary, Herbert Rugg. This evening
the quarterly rally of the Young People's union "among the Baptist
i
churches of Vancouver and   vicinity
will be held in the Olivet Baptist
church. The chief event on the pro-
_.r..iu is an address by Rev. Mr.
Welch, who is supplying the pulpit of
thc First Baptist church of Vancouver.
for    the  Toronto
examinations    In    junior
ttlon   and   flfSl     y.ar     -work,
i to ibe held at Columbian a I
���      rived     These   exan	
Ui ns k   . close the work of the coi-
' -<    ���       oi x:   S< ;,tv mber,  when   ��� the
commences  v.,. .. - the col-
si id( nts   ���;.,   first $-*ai class   < I
���   high scho i.  will sit at the same
��� ��� ���   f<    the "i oronto exams.
The junta ���....:   i   ;;.;.on exams i  ���
..- follows:
>'. > lm sday, June 17���
Morning, arithetlc;   afternoon   I    -
lith grammar.
Thursday. June IS���
Morning, English composition, afternoon, English literature.
Friday, Jane 19���
Morning,      geometry.;      afternoon,
sics and  chemistry.
Saturday, J uni. 20���
Morning, algebra;    afternoon,    history.
Monday, June 22���
Morning, Latin authors;   afternoon.
Latin grammar and composition.
Tuesday. June US-
Morning, French authors; afternoon,
French grammar and composition.
Wednesday, .lime 24���
Morning.   German   authors,   Greek
authors; afternoon. German grammar
end composition, Greek grammar and
.out; .isitiou.
Vancouver Leaders of British   Indians
Would  Like to  Found Farm Colony  in   Fraser  Valley.
SUV. ; ton,  Colo .  June   .    Twenty
three miners aw missing and maj
:. ad in the Gold King mine at Gladstone, as a resuil  ot the fiie which
��� st . y< .i   the   mine    im.'dings   ... i
night..
it waa  discovered   that  three  men J
i   missing aad a  party of thirty- j
..i went into the mine to find them.
��� hi  missing men were, supposed to he
oi the fifth level,and when the res-,
..a   pa.:,   reached   the   fourth   level!
ej  me. with bad air and .a-   Four-j
���ten  of them  managed  to reach  the
surface aga.n. but twenty were over-
cr me.
Two  s,,vci,al  trains  with   300   men,
accompanied  by   doctors  and  nurses,-
were  sent  to the mine  tonight   from
Silverton, and  late  tonight a   second
resc ii   party entered the mine.
.   >.: ..position  is   under    discussion
 g the Hindu colony at Varx ,.,,n i
.. i i, h has already aroused adverse
comment in the Terminal City press,
o.j which ir adopted would make .
i r. ;.i difference to the Fraser valley.
The i.ba is nothing less than that the
indigent Hindus now walking the
Streets in Vancouver in search Of
v ork shall be transferred to a Cams
colony in the neighborhood of Chilli-
���sack.
On Friday evening a I the Sihk
li triple, Fairview, Taraknath Das ex-
I tained the proposition to some of the
l!..st Indians who have settled in
British Columbia, lt was pointed out
that the people of Vancouver do not
ake very kindly lo the Hindu at
vork in the sawmills���much less
v. I., a he bus nothing to do and walks
-'.out   the   streets    looking   for    the
"*'iR""'>e  ��___!! Af*
VIII Hii
>. ���
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Absence of Watchman  Results in $180,000 Blaze-
150 Men Out of Work.
.'.ciona, -iun. ;.���The three ma
chine shops of the Victoria Machin
ery Depot company, limited, were to-
i.ily de. ini.w.i yesterday evening by
.' flre which broke owl at 8 o'clock.
''���"tip $180,000 da ii;e. and throwing
l.",0 men oui  oi   work.    The insurai.ee
imounts to $30,008.
The  fire  was  caused, it  is though..
y the flare from the moulding room
Usually it is the custom lo send out
men to watch the sparks from this
source., but vast night., when the lam
cast whs made a I ti p.m., the precau
tion was omitted. A Hindu Workman, at 8 o'clock, noticed a slight
hiaze in the een'ral machine shop.
He endeavored to quench it, hut fail-
<d.       He   then   called   the   foreman,
BH0WNSV1LLE INDIANS ARE
BRANDED PROFESSIONALS
Richards, and two lines of hose were
means to earn a meal.    The proposal ]UU4,     Failing  to  quench   the   flames,
the. fii-e brigade was called, hut. could
mission,   now    the   Salvation   Army.
Touching on the uniform, he reminded
Iwd and other   musical    selections, them ot the   protection   which   the
Tbe chairman, Mayor Keary. said he Army  bonnet   gave  the lassies amid
Wttheir building was a credit to the the slums and  vice haunts of    their
Army, _ credit to the work they were cities.   He dwelt on the advantages of
music, and said that of brass Instruments they had 20,000 in the world,
and were now taking to the manufacture of them themselves. In addition
to this they were beginning to manufacture  for  regimental    bands.    The
doing, aad a credit to the city of N
Wertmlnster.    (Cheers.)
A Force for Righteousness.
To the best of his recollection it
��as lomethlng like twenty years ago
'tat a small hpnd of Salvation Army
worker, came to the city, and at that big drum, so often ridiculed, served
F-ae he confessed he was one who 11 he purpose of the church hell, and in
<M not see  the  necessltv    of    their   'bis connection he  repeated   General
'ork, though like many more, his
ue*s nn the subject had changed. At
'tat time th
la. Btreets, and often since then    ll
^d I n necessary to do tne same.
He congratulated them heartily on be-
tall of the corporation aad citizens
St-nerall) on the structure they were
dedicating. .\s the representative of
,,,e clt> n bad been for some years
Bl< good fortune each year to have
Council which had been inclined with
���������*' name spirit al he had for the bet-
Booth's own anecdote of the explana
tion of the church bell pealing "'Come
services were held on |to Me," but the big drum cried aloud
���I'll Fetch Them."   In addition to the
famous   'War  Cry."  they  had ��� over
sixty magazines and papers devoted to
Salvation    Army    matters,    none   of
which   possessed   outside   advertisements, in spite of the literal   offers
riade  for  spare.     Having  dealt   with
ine training of cadets, he spoke of the
tociaJ work of the Army, employing
1800 officers.    They had now over 700
Bfairps,  employing   13,600 officers  and
when'those who watched Uo.OOO local officers.
��� thought   they were a little dill- \    With reference to -he new hall   he
���tai-y in their mode of procedure, but I congratulated Adjt. and Mrs. Gosling
on the good  work done,    and    Adjt.
tern
'"'��' of the city. (Cheers.)    There
l'''i(. tlmi
them
WESTMINSTERS WIN EASIEY
FROM CAPITAL UTY TEAM
That Westminster will have no serious rivals on the coast this year was
again demonstrated by the lacrosse
match on Saturday at Victtoria. The
\isitors' home men were .far faster
than the Victoria defence, and .cored
with ea.-*e. The match was fast and
clean, and a. record attendance, was
present. Westminster played a brilliant game, leading by nine to nothing
at the close of the second quarter,
ar.d the fact that Victoria netted four
time subsequently was not a criterion
Of their play. The final was fourteen
to four in favor of the visitors.
Stanley l-eele refereed. At Vancouver the Maple l.eafs were .beaten by
tbe Vancouver twelve by ten goals to
four. Westminster supplied three of
the officials for this game In A. W.
Gray, Hob Cheyne and Barlow Galbralth.
JOURNEYMAN   PLUMBERS
MUST PAY DAMAGES
Winni-ieg, June 7.���The master
plumbers of the cHy were successful
In the famous litigation against the
journeyman plumber, growing mil of
the plumbers' strike of last winter in
which $25,000 were sought, but the
damages assessed amount to only
$4000 and costs are divided among
.'! the defendants.
The judgment allirms the Injunction, and makes It perpetual agalnBl
the journeymen procuring or Inducing workmen to leave 'he employ of
the plumbers.
Desc, ndants of the earlier exponents ol the national game residing al
Brownsville have announced their intention of hurling a deli at one of the
three local lacrosse clubs in the in-
tcrmediate league thi. season, the
��� ime and place of meeting to be left
'.<��� the executive of the Informed ate
c'.ubs. The challenge has not been
accepted, and is not likely to be seri-
r-t.sly entertained by the We-.tminster
mis for the all sufficient reason that
the Brownsville Indians are under sus-
11 clou of being tainted with the brand
cl professionalism ou account of having taken part in Con Jones' Victoria
Day sports at Vancouver, when money
prizes were distributed to th-e win
vers of the tournament among tlie
Indian lacrosse teams. Dictator Smith,
British Columbia's world famous
wholesale penallser, the man* who
a< hleved fame by transferring from
amateur to professional ranks over
thirty lacrosse players after the series
of games af last year's exhibition, has
rot yet heard of the Indians having
received tainted money, but thc news
la bound io reach ulm before the end
cf the season, when he will undoubted
ly visit his wrath upon the ruddy hued
ttlckhandlers and place them In the
same category with their swift footed
kinsman, Tom Longboat.
Apwt from tire question of the
standing of the Indians, none of the
local teams are anxious to play the
red men, as the showing made by the
Brownsville athletes in the past has
failed to excite the admiration of their
pole faced brethren In the game of
i&orosse.
Wople could not obtain what they
���^"M like to have ln the shortest
>Pace of time, neither could they al-
**��'�� make the radical changes they
"O'lld like, but they wished to assist
'������<- Salvation Army in battling for the
,:!l1 life and building up of the city.
'���"' ��est testimony of the Army's work
in British Columbia was that the provincial government had asked the pm-
("'s In the motherland to send out
Arsons to help in the building up of
, lh,J Province. In their work of evange-
"Nation he could assure them the
earnest co-operation of the city council of .\ew Westminster.
Evolution of the Army.
M
���'.lor Morris followed with an    ad-
moss on collecting the subscriptions.
They owed over $1000 on the building, which    had   cost   approximately
$4000.
D. S. Curtis and J. D. Taylor followed with short addresses on the
work, commending it to the niblic attention.
Rev. A. dell. Owen, who h_ul entered
late, delivered a capital little speech
towards the close, and also pronounced the benediction.
The Building Fund.
The principal contributors to the
briildlng fund were James Cunning-
h_m $200, K. J. Fader. 1- k. Lewis, R.
Hickman. T. 3. Trapp. F. J. Hart.
i followed witn an    -��<*- j   __.-~i-.."��  R���rk-
""- on the evolution  of  the army. Gilley Bros. $100 each, *^*B^?
?>ving voiced hi.    thanks    tn    the lm Co. *n* B. C. �� B. HO ***���.��J
X|"><��'. he reminded them  that    the total amounl promised wa�� W*     ��
*��'k whlch was now going on In fifty- the meeting $62 was promised,    and
' Countries and colonies.
[1    Ul    111..1 IU��      11,--v.."r,      -.��� ,-
in thirty- the   collection   realized _ about   ii .
thr
''"' languages sprang from
*'"''��� ^  zeal of General  Booth, when  held.
K Wl"t down to the Mile Knd wastes \   At a gathering ll.
LIVELY  DISCUSSION
ON CHURCH  UNION
Winnipeg. June 7.���A lively dls-
ii,s..lon on church union was precipitated this morning al the Presbyterian assembly, by a resolution intro-
diced by Principal Patrick, declaring
that tl_e proposed union appears to
te practicable. Vigorous opposition
was developed, led by ex-Moderator
Campbell. Dr. MacLaren cons-enied
to be acting principal of Knox college until a successor Is appointed.
To Age Wins oy Ozone.
St. Petersburg, June 7.���A new pro
c<ss for  the aging of wines hy the
Missoula,  Mont.,  June  7.���Tonight
.i  6 o'clock the sun broke through
the clouds after thirty-three days of
use of ozone, the invention of a young  rain al)(j ine naln full, which has been
I; issian   scientist  named   Ovchennik-   jLN8en|DK sme�� morning, ceased. The
off.   was   demonstrated today  In  the  r;Vers tonight  show  a  lower    mark
,      ;   . fc.esence of the director of the Irnpe-   tl,ftn they did twenty-four hours ago,
liitv-.ihe   co e ^^    'subsequently ! rfal   vineyards   and   other  Interested  aad there is hope that the worst is
h"  "'       ' '" I arsons.   The claim Is made that this  ov#r,   But there has been great dam-
Rev. A. j process  accomplishes In a few min- *** wrought, and it will be days, per-
_!���<.  _nd  he-e will be ! iites  a   mtturiug that ordinarily re- y.f,pn weeks, before railroad traffic 1*
'   ��e * m  end of London, England.  deB 0w��willl*JM  j^^ ^^
Ml '""ofh'B work grew the Christian I-%:i ir.''::e=t n�� program. . **?���.".	
.���ma to deal with the question by
si nding him to a farm and let him
giow up ��ith the country. Small
lroldlngaJH. Iw obtained by groups
of ffinduWti Chilliwack at distances
convenient to the lines of the British
Coluta_*ia Klectric railway when it is
finished, lt is said that students
irom the Fir East now settled in Am-
ertca   will aid the movement.
The gardening schemes could be
carried out much the same as in India and the "work would txt that which
ihe Hindus are used to performing.
Future arrivals and indigents could
i.? looked after there in summei as
\.ell as in winter.
The scheme is attacked on the
ground thai where Orientals have
'�� used   ground,   they   have   general y
..cceedc.  in ousting the  white man.
We have.' says C. K. Hop**, 'only *o
look at the results tn California,
where entire districts are now in the
hands (either as owners or tenaw*".
if Japanese, to the practical exclu-
_��on of white men, both owners and
workmen, as well as the exclusion
of ihe storekeeper and professional
classes. The same, thing also holds
in Natal as regards the Hindus."
d<   little except  to save the weighe.
No  one  was  injured.    The -company
It.s   annour.. i d     ilia   intention   of   re
I raiding at once.
The works were the scene yester-
<.ay at noon of a .banquet, giwn by the
winner of the Salmon sweepstake, hut
the report which circulated that lhe.
fii-e broke, out through the eareKsM*-
ness of a drunken workman is contradicted hy lhe management.
BURRARD CLUB WINS FROM
WESTMINSTER CRICKETER
BIG SUM APPROPRIATED
TO AID MEXICAN FARMERS
City of Mexico, June 7.���Minister
of Finance Llmnntours' bill, providing
for an appropriation of $36,000,000 for
the initiation of Irrigation works
throughout the republic, wiih passed
.<y the senate. This maksi the mens-
lira ia law. That portion of Ihe bill
piovlding for the establishment of a
discount bank was ii.meded so that
ihe .1,111 now calls for the establishment of as many of these banks as
may be needed In the aiding of farm
i.rs.
Congress took a further step ln the
protective tariff policy by raising th*
import duty on Iron *nd steel 1 jier
rent, per kilo (about 2 1-5 pounds).
>�� Hterday.
SUN APPEARS AFTER
RAINFALL OP 33 DAY*
Funeral cf H. H. Williams.
Over   one   hundred   Odd   Keilows,
members oi Royal   city   No. :t and
Amity No. 27, turned out yesterday
afternoon to attend the fuueral of
Past Grand H. H, Williams, team captain of Amity lodge, who died sudden-
Iv on Friday morning. The nrerabors
of the order assembled In the 1. O. O.
V hall at 1:30 p.m., where they
formed In procession and marched to
the residence of deceased, Third nvo-
i ie, WhfiN a short service was held,
this being done to permit the Invalid
widow to assist at the last sad rites.
Returning to the hall, another service WUS performed hy Rev. W. H.
narrnelougli, who touched al some
hngth upon the great Interest taken
In the ordei by tho deceased, whose
regular attendance on lodge nights
had long since attracted the attention
.'���" the other members of Amity.
The funeral procession to the I. O.
O, V cemetery ut Sapperton was led
by Conductor Newton R. Hrown. Ar-
lived ftl Hie graveside, the funeral ser-
\lee of the order was performed hy
It- v. Mr Hnrritclongh. assisted by P.
ti. li. U Webber While the coffin
WAg being lowered to Its last resting
pl.ee, the sons and other near rela-
tl.es of deceased stood al Ihe Bide of
li��e grave, th*e momhers of the I. O.
O. F. standing around In a elrtle. The
pnll enrers were George Cunningham.
si., James Hharpe, W, (.'. Coatham, F.
BhttW, U.   VV.   Shlle..  nnd    J.   Carter
Smith,
Included among the flonil trlhnte..
deposited on the coffin were: Gates
Ajar," surmounted by the word
' Father," from Ihe family; three links
from Amity lodge; wreath from Court
Royal Columbia, A. O. F., and many
others.
Visitors Had Easy Task en Saturday
Due te Weak  Fielding���Lashmar
Plays Good Innings.
The local cricket clnb received
the Burrard te.am at Queen's park on
Saturday. The result was far fi-tana
ri tisfactory to the home men. Ttaie
is due to two causes, first that the
Westminster team was very weak lm
ihe field and second the visltorB were
frying Kdgar, a new man who played
Due cricket, ln combination *a_iitli
Khodes they easily knocked up tb*
I mis for the loss of only a wicket, si
trial of all the bowlers not proving
eftectlve. Lashmar played a good inti ngs fov 21, carrying his hat to the*
end. Kinder made the longest di-tve.
ui the far l-oundary. Burrards thus.
von by ten wickets, as they elected to
play twelve men. Tbe following is the
score:
Westminster.
A. Malins, run out    ��**
T. Oddy c .1   R. Smith b Rhodes.. 11
C. 8. Cooke b Ashley  -    O1
F   .1. Peers 1) Rhodes     8.
\\. Whiteley b Rhode*.        **
M. Brought on c Killtck b Ashley..    *
P   i\ Lashmar. not out   	
vi   Oddy, run out   	
H   Vidal. run out  	
Soudan, run out	
ivar'.v b Rhodes 	
Monls b  Ashley  	
Kvtras   	
21
0
4
8
1
0
6
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Tscumseha defeated.
Montreal, June ^pNationals ot this
city sprung a surflse on the Tecum-
sehs, of Toronto, flesterday afternoon.
defeating the Indians by a score   of
five goals to three.     It was ode of
th-e   best   matches   played    here   for
seme time, both teams showidt tip In
mid-season form.
Total   KX
s
Burrard. * >
II. Rhodes h Peers  :���*
Ashley h Whiteley       2
.1   Kdgar, retired   3*
H. Kinder c Malins b Vidal VX
K   0. Petley b Vidal       �����
.1  R. Smith b T, Oddy     I
C. Hilton c Peers b T. Oddy     T
O. O. Smith e Soudan b T. Oddy..   O
\\. Smee. not out     V
*.., ,1. Killtck c Soudan b Oddy     3
Rxtrns -Ct
Total 11*
F. Hepburn and T). 8. Hood did not
bat.
SIXTEEN WORKMEN KILLED
IN A FACTORY EXPLOSION
Vienna, June 7.���Sixteen -workman
weid killed and seventeen others more
cr less seriously injured b> *n em-
plosion this morning tn ��� ��HWMMI
factory at OttawdHnt. d whwrb *M
Vienna.
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John Qulncy Adams Brackett .Massachusetts' oldest living ex-gov- |
ernor. was born at Bradford. N. II.. June 8, 1842, and graduated from ��
Harvard university in 1865. He was admitted to the bar in 1S6S and
has since been engaged in the practice of law in Massachusetts. In
1872 he wa.s elected by the Kepi'bllaan party to the common council
of Boston, holding that office for four successive terms. In 1S76 he
was elected to the lower house of the Massachusetts legislature. He
served until 1887, when he was elected lieutenant-governor of .Massachusetts, to which office he was twice re-elected. In 1886 he was
elected governor of Massachuett. and served until 1891. Mr. Brackett
has for many years been promi-ient in the affairs of the Republican
party in Massachusetts and has served as a delegate to
national conventions of his party
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I Have Moved j | ReickenlacK
to 285 Columbia Street,
directly opposite my old
office.
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the several    %
P. PEEBLES
COMPANY. L
united
REAL ESTATE l
BROKER
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
FIRE  AND ACCIDENT  INSURANCE VALUATOR.
Phone 307.
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P.  0. Box  13.
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Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found
For Sale ���:��� To Rent -:��� Etc.
-i1,c;',,:*;..".��;:..:;'."'-"'��--'-""""""""'""'-"���"������" '������"
LOST���On B. C. L. R. car Or in city,
ladies' gold watch, set with diamonds. Finder rewarded on returning same to Westminster Cloth-
1035
1376
1.73
Ing store.
LOST���Brown leather case containing
telescopic lens. Kinder please return to Daily News office and obtain
reward.
TO LET���First class rooms, by the
week or month.    Guichon hotel.
SCOTSMAN��� Aged 33, well educated,
energetic, thoroughly reliable, excellent reference, Canadian and old
country; will be glad of any kind of
work.    "Scot," Daily .News.
FOR S.\LE���Six room modern house,
full sized basement, on cement
foundation, on one of the most
beautifully situated lots in the city,
It being the third lot east of Sixth
Btreet on tho north side of Fourth
avenue. Price $2500; terms, $300 |
cash, balance to suit purchaser.
Look through this house and if you !
think favorable of it write me and
I will call upon you. Thos. W.
Hemphill, 1337 Harris street,  Van-
couver.
 I
WANTED���Girl for   restaurant work. I
Apply Kenny's restaurant, Columbia
11>09
1813
1840
1861
1876-
1884
This Date in History
JUNE. 8.
Aragon became an independent
monarchy.
���Edward the IJlack Prince, son
Oa Edward III. of England,
dit^d.
���The independ< nee of Araucania,
a province in South America,
recognized by Spain, after a
continuous warfare of more
than 200 years.
Thomas Paine d.ed. Born Jan.
29, 1737.
���Admiral David D. Porter, of the
U. S. Navy, ,.orn in Chester.
Pa. Died in Washington, D.
C., Feb. 13,  1891.
Natchez, .Miss., nearly destroyed
by a tornado.
���Tennessee seceded from the
Union.
���Georges Sand. French novelist,
died.    Horn   July   _,   1S04.
���Noah Haynes Swayne, Lincoln's
first appointment to the U. S.
supreme court, d:ed in New-
York City. Born in Virginia.
Dec. 7. 1S04.
We're on the
Coal Wagon
Now
delivering our high grade, clean,
sharp coal. Everyone seems to
have gotten wise to the fact
that this is the time to get coal
at the best prices on account of
the season. They're right. We
will give everyone the same
chance���quantity does not rule
the price now.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
BUTCHER��
COLUMBIA
STREET
I   Phone 101
PKone 101
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street.
LOST���Between Central Park and thej
I.  O. O.  F.  cemetery, brown cloth j
overcoat.   Liberal reward for return
to Daily News Office.
WESTMINSTER Realty and Employment Agency, 266 Columbia street, j
Furnish  male   and   female help   to
employers at short notice, and free
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 922.
LOST���I
'air of gold
rimmec
	
glasses
between opera house and
corner of
First
and   .Third
streets
Finder
; Ir-aso
return to N
?ws office.
L'ATS   r
etrtmmed   a:
187
Auckland
street.
between Tenth and
Eleventh
streets
Keep full
supply
of trim- j
nilngs.
1
pARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,
-*- skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west. Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
AT  THE  HOTELS.
Russell.
O. F. Cane and family, Vancouver.
���I.  H.  .Murphy, Seattle.
J. W. Smellie, Toronto.
W. r. Gladwin, Vancouver.
A. Chiero and wife. New York.
C. W. Gamble, Vancouver.
G   V. Smith. Vancouver.
Ni ii Clark, Vancouver,
li. Burchell, Vancouver..
-Miss R. Temple, Santa Rosa, Cal.
W. A. Blain, Vancouver.
Mrs. Powell, Vancouver.
Mrs, J. il. Raymond, Vernon. B.C.
Miss  E.  W. Raynio.-i'd. Vernon. B.C.
Mr. and  Mrs. T. C.  .Morgan. Vancouver.
S   M. Johnson and wife, Vancouver.
Windsor.
C.  Peterson, Pop:  Kells.
Walter H. Smith, Millside.
V*'. L Smith, Seattle.
If. Parsons. Maple Leaf.
fl.   Hyndman,   Kamloops.
C.   P.  Grant,  Mission  City.
H. W. Dock, Lulu Island.
Gordon Meers, Vancouver.
Raymond D. Pope, Langley Prairie.
W. G. Curray, Middlesboro.
J. Hickey, Vancouver.
Charles H. Lee, Duluth, Minn.
Notice re Water Rates
One box Witch Hazel toilet soap
with 2 packages Royal Crown
Soap for   ....       50c
  OR	
One package White Swan washing
powder with 2 packages White
Swan Soap for ...      50c
Take advantage of this special offer; it won't last long
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
Fruit Ranche.
Ten acres convenient to town-    All   slashed;   no  ': . id __-���;  ?,K��*|
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain road,  All slash.
two room house;  small garden and chicken house and r _.; splendid!
soil and good water.   Price $1200.   Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
.THOS. R. PEARSON.. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Pennsylvania
Blacksmith.
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COALI
CO A
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
Electric Railway Service i
_
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -  ��� NEW WESTIKIE
I
TT7 ANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)!
**      in    English  subjects,  classics
science, mathematics.   Box 4.7, city.    ,
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and  Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEELEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone  431. P. O. Box 885.
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OOKSLEY'S
: Picture:
POSTCARDS
ARE  NOW  ON SALE  AT
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE.
J   G. GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
F.   MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE,
HAMS a*
18c. per |b-
THB
Central Meat Market
The following resolut.on was passed
at the regular meeting of the City
Council on June 1, 100S:
'That the water rates to be paid by
consumers Le amended as follows:
"111 That the water supplied to
Cliinese houses and all other houses
and offices in connection with saw-
miils or other industries be charged at
the household meter rate, that all
���sawmill stables be charged at the
schedule rate pej horse. (2) That
ahe 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-
ceased to $2.00, subject to the usual
itbata (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 and three-
quarter inch m'eters be 25 cents per
month, nett."
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall. June 4. loos.
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car Iv. Vancouver 11:.0.)
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over tbe
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the heur, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
8unday Service  balt-nouny between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
i
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
Mail Service
Corner Eighth St. and   fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL *\ ODDY, Proprietors.
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
HARDMAN 4 CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 8:35
a. m.; close 8 a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
dally.
Millside .\o. 1, daily e_.JL,.v Sunday; Sapperton No. 1, daily except
Sunday.   Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railwaj
Co.,'7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver,  No.  l,  dallyexcept Sun
days.   Return mail received 10 a.m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8 45 a.m..
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, r\... _velK
Ilazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonae-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
In Washington and south, also all
,>oints in eastern states), daily except Sunday. Keturn malls receive.1
at 3.30 p.m, Bonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
10:30 a. mr.
Vancouver No. 2; Victoria. No. I;
Central Park, daily escept Sunday.
Return mall received at 3 p.m.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  floor, from  Cm*. Admm., Grocer
Regular sailings between
NEW WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond. Haney, Langley,
.Mission and way i>orts, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman ��_   Ker    wharf,
.New  Westminster,  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves  Chilliwack Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
4'or rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
R.  WHITMORF, Secretary.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
gMfflfflEfPfPE
CANADIAN PACIFIC
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���Ui_-i.ll
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANJ
POINTS IN THE OLD COUMTBl
CAN BE ARRA.NGED AT THIS 0_
FICE.
".Xt   sailings   of   the   Empress..
J  ae 26.
For  other  dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  OOULBT.
C. P. R- Anew)
Ladles'Gold Watcnes from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Sliver Wate."*" ope_��
face, 96.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Exneditlon.    \1I warranted.
Chains, Ring-, .teweiry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; cnarges reason
able.
60   YEAR*
EXPERIENCE
ile the southeast quart, r ol* s.(.:;.n 11,
township 2, .New Westminster .. ��-
trict.
A certificate of indefeasible t.iWr to
the above property will be issued o
James G. Smith on the fourth daj ol
June, 1908, unless in the meantltUa; a
valid objection thereto be made lo me
in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or Interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 2, 1<*08
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac
Anyone) lending a al _tch and dp. crln. Inn may
qnl. kiy at certain rrnr opinion free wnathM an
Invention II probably patent utile, O.mmunlca.
tlon��_lrlcllrcnnBdeiitlaL, HANDBOOK cm I'.ir-uti
���ent free. Oldest airen. y -oriocurini? p��t_ni_.
PM-mU" t^" M.r<>u_li M.-'d. * CO. receive
special notUt, without charge, ln tha
Scienfllic Hmericatt.
A handsomely UlnstraUsl weekly.   Largest clr-
S\*Z& Pf,***���*""��� frm***. '^'���mtt fot
aU newecteafere.      ' p,Mt%l"> V*******   Sold by
MUNN & Co.3e,8���-*��v How York
Branch OSce. fe F bu, V. aihi_,"_!,a' R C.
The person or persons having In
! their custody or possession the fol-
! lowing title deeds relating to the said
! property are requested to deliver the
i same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1884���-Charles Robert,
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr- ,
whitt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackson j
and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgage
In fee.
January 0, 1SSG���Montague William
Tyrwhltt Drake, Harry Dallas Helmcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PEAR30N,
Agent.
Westminster
Transfer Co]
' Office 'Phone 185.     Barn 'Phone 13-*]
Columbia Street ���
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
���Light and Heavy Hauling |
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Rlactric-liffhted train.   Low Baw-
Quicklime Excellent Service.]
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Pau'|
ANU ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets  oa  sale    to 8
European  points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trl,J
Rates   to   Sot-the-n   California        j
For full information call on or wrlte
C. E. LANG, General Aerent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver. O. <-.
A. D. CHARLTON.
Portland  Or* UNE 8'
,S08.
THE DMLY NEWS.
PAOE THREE
00 YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Sav-
ings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time
^==������   The ===========
ROYAL BANK of mm
you to join the large numb,.,- ol satisfied Depositors
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put srour m��.ney where it i.s accessible when vou require  it
HANKING BY MAIL A SPECIA] TY
START NOW���PONT DELAY.
HE*  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. fT#    g      LYLE,     Wlgf.
i Your Boy's Blouse!
i
IS   HERE
I
RYALL'S
lime Juice
Pure and Fresh
25c a Bottle
TRY IT
��
Ryall's Drug Store
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
i
In  Sailor  Style
In Galatea, or Gingham stripe.
In Plain White Drill
With Navy trimming,
or Plain Black Sateen.
Prices    50c, 60c, 75c
Russian   Blouse   Suits
In crash, with fancy trimming,
90c, $1.00, $1.5 0
i
I PllillipS, WardrobdMiier ���
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l SILVERWARE
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
!
Door
a,
Manufacturer* and Deaters in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
We have just opened 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.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
The Jeweler
FELINE FISHERS.
All ini��  Apparently  Are Noi  \_n_M
<��r (he  Wut.T.
Judging from my experience, outs,
when living near water, are generally
fond of fishing. I have personally
known tliroe feline fishers. One was a
mere acquaintance nnd u*<ed to fish in
a trout stream. The other two lived
with us and during the summer
months used to flsli In the lake nearly
every evening. They would crouch on
the shore and suddenly jump Into nn
advancing wavelet, very frequently
bringing out a small lish. When they
had kittens, I have sometimes seen
them bring up to the house three lish
in tho space of an hour.
I know of a cat, whose home was In
Westmorland, close to a stream, that i
was a regular and accomplished fisher.:
Bhe was a half Persian.    Her daugh-
ter  belongs to friends of mine, und 1
have myself seeu this latter watching
the gqldflsh in the children's aquarium, \
which  at  that time  was open at tha |
top und an a broad window seat.  Pus. j
put in oue paw and stirred the water |
violently, then sat dowu to watch will
apparent satisfaction the terror of tin
fish, which she could not on lhat OCCtt
sion reach.  Once the family found shi :
had caught one nnd killed a second, so.
the  aquarium   was  afterward  always
Covered by  wire or net.    One of this
Cat's kittens belonged to me aud was
for her short life of under a year very
dependent  on  human   companionship, j
She came up to my bedroom frequently
the first thing in the morning and al |
ways took great interest iu the wash
hand basin, from which s!jo would fish
out the sponge or soap,  and liked to I
have her paw  in the water.   She had
to  be  kept out  of  the  bathroom,   ns
mote than once she deliberately jump- i
ed Into the bath when it had in it a
depth of two or three inches of water.
If this daughter and granddaughter of
the original  fisher hnd lived  near wa-
ter,  I think the fishing instinct would
have developed,  us  the  three generations  all  showed  a  fondness  fot  this
element, which cats, as a rule, are sup>
posed to avoid.���London Spectator.
TARTAR
ffi
PUREST, STROMBEST, BEST.
(Willi, no Am, Aomoli. Lm, PlmiMcs, M _�� MaM.
E.W.GILLETT ffifffR
TORONTO.ONT.
THE AIR BRAKE.
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FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which wejwill
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.        ,'Phone 333
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL tlMCWWOOP
RESERVE       I1..000.000.00
********************- ���
Wn  Uthtr��d   Into  Actual   Ute
Most Dramatic Fashion.
The air brake was ushered Into uetu
ti use in most dramatic fashion. The
{rial trip occurred ln April, 1880. Tho
train selected was the Steubenville accommodation, running between Pitts
burg aud Steubenville, 0.
When the train was going at full
speed, suddenly as he came around a
sharp curve the engineer saw a stalled
wagon iu the middle of tbe track dead
ahead. With only hand brakes nothing could have prevented a terrible
smashup. The formal time for the
trial of tbe air brake bad not come,
but the brake was there, and In desperation, not believing for a moment
that tbe thing could possibly avail, tbe
engineer threw on the air. But It did
avail.
The observers In
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B. C
i'. O. Box 474.        Tel. 53.        Rvs.  429
Estimates   Submitted.
. .AVestminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Fences,   Castings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine.Woik and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,   -   New Westminster
MAIL CONTRACT |
SEALED TENDERS, addressed    to
the Postmaster-General, will  be    received at Ottawa until Noon, ou Fri-
the rear were al- I day, the Nineteenth June, (or the con-
���finches throughout Canada and New toundland, and ln London, England,
Nfcw York, Chicago and 8pokane, U.S.A.. and Mexico CHy. A 'Jen-
cal Banking Business Transac t*vt_.
W.ers ef Credit Issued, available wltL correspondents in all oarts ot tbe
World.
n euros of $1 and upwards,
Grand Trunk Ry.
i
i Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
CUSTOMS   SALE
livings Bank Department.     Deposits received
and Interest allowed at 3 per cert, per
four times a yaar.
T��*al Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NUW WESTMINSTER BRANC   H
annum (present rate) added
U       ���la. T a     i    Un*er    Instructions    from    Angus
Hamilton,   lOrOntO, Munn, Esq!, collector, I will sell   by
PUBLIC AUCTION at the    Customs
Montreal Quebec,        warehouse, this ��* on
o    i    j  o FRIDAY, June 5,1908
Portland, Boston,' *t 2 o'clock, p._n.,. various iot�� ��f
I abandoned, unclaimed and seize!
BRYMNER, Manag��" And all thc principal business centers of; goods, afi per ijSts to be seen at Cus-
 ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI- toms House, and at tha Agent's Offic.
of the C. P. R., G. N. R., Dominion Ex
.
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster. Telephone 333.
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and ;*��**>" Co., .and Great Northern Express
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.'Co.
For Tim** Tables, etc., acTdress Terms and conditions made known
at sale.
T. J. TRAPP, Auctioneer.
May 2?,, 11'OS.
GEO.  W.  VA-/
Assistant Gen'l PaasetJgfcr and Ticket New Westminster, B.C.,
Agent, 116 Adams St.. Chicago, IH.    ;	
pRONT STREET.
R MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas aad Hot Water fitters, tic. I
J*.Pair8 of all kinds given special at-
nt-"|n. Sewer connections made.
Mod
watt
(-'hargr-s. Phone   A 877
front St New We��tmtntter!
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
japan.se Labor Contractors
stminster branch P. O.
New Wes
Box 645.
Trains & Steamer*
CP.R. MAIN  LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
' 15:15, 17:24., 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10.25,
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, IS:25.
Overland    express    arrives    12:4&,
i leaves 15:15.
I     QREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m
Lt. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
P.BL
1    B. C. BLECTRIOt-VANCOUVIIR.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 0:120,
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every halt
tour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lt. Vancouver tor Weatminater **
5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly till
11 :.*_0 p.m.
V��� W. ft Y.���VANCOUVER
Lt. N. W. 3 p. m. aad t:H p. as.
l.v. Vancouver 8.35 arm. and 4 pJtt.
WHEN GOING EASTS
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO bEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Ye��!
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF PAME
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most catapulted out of their seats by
the shock of the sndden stqp. But
when they saw tbe engine fairly poking Its nose Into tbe wagon bed, so narrow had been tbe margin between
safety and disaster, tbey forgot all
about their shock and stood ln awed
silence. Tbe air brake had come Into
Its own.���Everybody's Magazine.
Kt,yl.old Tenure In London.
The curious custom of keybold tenure still prevails at Crow land, tbe famous abbey town in the Lincolnshire
fens, where tHere aie a number of cottages which are neither copyhold, free,
hold nor leasehold.   They were orlgi
nally built on w___________>d, and in each
case the
indlspu^ftnancy. AlthougFsWBfcof
tbe Oa_WP_�� **y^mffmmH torn ml
and thatched (_���_���& of antiquity
with brick and slated buildings, they
have no power to sell or will them
away, for they have no deede. On a
tenant dyl||g tbe first person to cross
the threshold takes his place If he so
desires. Many devices have been resorted to to obtain the keys. The properties carry a county vote, but the poor
law fniardlans always refuse to grant
relief to the tenants.���I/ondon Globe.
vcyance of His Majesty's Malls, on a
proposed contract lor four years, six
times per week each way, between the
proposed post office ut Dundonald and
Gilley Station, B. C. Electric Railway,
during the Postmaster-General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
Information as to conditions cn proposed contract may be seen and blank
forms of tender may be obtained at
the post office of New Westminster
and from Mr. J. Wollard at Dundonald,
and at the office of the Post Office Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD.
Post Office inspector
Post Office Insp-ectors   Office,   Vancouver, B. C, 8th May, 1908.
Mail  Contract
A Vegetable Freak.
California has oue tree which is the
personification of mystery. Pound nowhere else lu the world, It had a mysterious origin and thrives lu a region
of mystery. The Mojava yucca ts a
vegetable freak which has developed
Into a species. It has tbe characteristics of several plants, to which no relationship can be traced. It ta an en-
doKi-n. yet Its bark shown concentric
rings such as characterize' the exogenous stems. It lives and thrives in
great numbers In a region nearly devoid of vegetation.-P. K. Magazine.
Elephants,
People who really know nothing
about It oaed to aay that elephant*
never lis down to sleep. Thla Is not
true at all, aaya one writer. They have
been known to stand tor twelve
months without lying down to sleep, i
Thla Is regarded aa want of confidence
In their keepers and oC longing to re
gain their liberty, for when they are
perfectly at ease and reconciled to
Si's and ,M'rth7 m ���jss_2i!ix_f,m on **
brilliantly   illuminated  train  ia   the "���aeg_f"fl ���"������J *����#u��-
world.    The equipment. eoaslit* o.
'       - ���   *     JB    ta MaMt u��i��a.
"What became of that man yon a>
��rtsd aa a horse thief Y
"Lynched," ans#r*d Pinto Pete.
"I suppose that;ends the matter.**
"No.   Some o' the  boys had tm****}
doubts. ��j we're goto' to call some wR.
���esses an' git evidence that he Matty
were the guilty aaMjr."-Wiit____g..i
���tar.
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SEALED TENDERS, address .*,*!    tc
the Poatmaatar Gemral, win   be   re-
COived al Ottawa until Noon, on Pri-
chiy, the SEVENTEENTH OF JULY
NEXT, for ilio conveyance of His
Majesty's Malls, on B proposed 008
tri.ct   for  four  years,  thirty-six  times
;-r weak, beAwtea Mew Westmt&eter
end B, C. Electric Railway statlon_
ilurluK the Postmaater'a pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed contract may ive scon and blank
forms of tender may be obtain at the
list Office, of New Westminster, and
ftt the office of the Post Office inspector.'
JOHN R. GREENF1EL...
Post Office Inspector.
Post  Office Inspector's Office,  Van
couver, B. C, 5th June. IMS.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by tlie Daily News Puii-
iishiiig Company, Limited, at then-
offices, corner of Sixth and From
���taeetA New  Westminster,  13.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
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MONDAY, JUNE 8,  1908.
ORIENTAL IMMIGRATION.
Hon. Richard -McBride, Premier of
Uritish Columbia, has at last come to
ihe conclusion that he has some real onsibilities both as a member of the
Canadian Confederation and as a partner in the British Empire. Instead of
insisting, as he- did a few months ago,
upon exclusion of .Asiatics at any
price, he now confesses that British
Colombia must recognize the limitations of legislation laid down by the
13. If, __. Act. In a message to "The
Standard of Empire," the Premier of
British Columbia said:
fie .believed   the  time  had come
when the  whole  subject,  including
the emigration of Hindus to other
parts of the Empire, might with advantage be taken up by a lvpresen- !
Mtive body and be dealt with from
an Imperial  point of view.   Speak- j
ing tor British Columbia, which   of
Ell  parts of  the  Empire    Is    most
k-eenly concerned in this    problem,
he said that public feeling in    the
matter has   not.  in  any   way   toned
down.    .Nothing  short of exclusion
would satisfy the people, and while
fie would be more than gratified to
see a general Imperial policy adopted, he would feel In duty bound to
assert the right of the Province to
legislate for itself in such matters
as far as it  can  do so within  the
limits of the British North America
Act.   He had no desire to see any
course taken which  would    embarrass   the   Imperial Government    in
dealing with  foreign    nations    and
India, and for that reason would be
specially  pleased if  some    general
plan of action    could    '..e  reached
which, \vhile preserving British Columbia    for    a     white    population,
would not create difficult problems
In other parrs of the Empire.
Holding these  views,  Mr.   McBridQ
ought now to admit that the mission
uf  Hon.  Rudolphe  Lemieux  to  Japan
and of the Deputy 'Minister of Labor
i i l,ondon have each b:en productive
of good-���Ottawa Free Press.
What does Attorney-General Bowser
think   of hi_   chief's   message ?     The
ooontry will think as it did when the
use  w.is made by the fighting member of the Cabinet, that he was putting  up  bluff,  talking to  the  gallerv
ana assisting his leader to throw the
'.'ails   upon  the    Lieutenant-Governor.
and that he was cognizant through rat
tha fiasco that the Legislature had not
���.l.-** power to pass such legislation under the British North America Act or
amendments  *.    eto.    With    this
knowledge tha*  his  proposed legislation  would be non-effective   an.l    the
ev��.ding of chances  ;o do something
for the working men of the Province
ir.  matters where gifts    were    being
made,   the   Government   having   the
right to attach conditions and stipulations to those gifts and special privi-
-   -   failing to do so.    points    very
strongly to an entire absence of since; ity on the part of the McBride Administration an! the Attorney-General,
its chief month niece.
'by proclamation the. places, the dates
the   hours   of sitting  of  the revising
officer, and by official instructions is-
Bi ad by the Province of Manitoba for
this year,  190$,  under    the    heading
'General Instructions,' it is stated:   *Ii
Is absolutely necessary that no deviation should be made from the times
fixed for the registration of electors.'
My  authority   for   this     statement   is
the action of the Attorney-General in
regard to the revising Judge extend-
j ing the time for registering electors
ifl the electoral division of Springfield.
"The Executive of .Manitoba, which
means  the  political machine    of  the
Government of Manitoba,    direct    by
j older in council all the proceedings in
jiegard to the preparation of the lists
land vary the regulations from year to
yf.ar.   In 1905 the., provided one place
';;ud one day only in each constituency
for regis:ration and the same for re-
I vision, and limited the time for    the
i work to ,a few hours.   In 190t! a different condition was created by order in
I council, and the same was again the
, case in 1907.   My proof of these statements can be found In    the   official
papers of the Provine.**. which are now
'on file in the Library here."
These false statements, so ably denied by Mr. Crawford, go to show that
i there was every reason for action, if
[justice was to le done to the elector-
late, and the presence of Mr. Roblin in
Ottawa to bolster up the fight of the
Conservative Opi>osition, which Is endeavoring to hold the ground so unfairly won by him and his partisan
a.ific:als in the Prairie Province, is
but a first acknowledgement that if
those entitled to vote have a chance
to be put on the voters' list, the Conservative cause is hopeless in Manitoba.
CHILD ACTORS UNDER
MONDAY
���io'NE 8
VAUDEVILLE
1.0a
THE B.N IN CHICAGO The R0YAL CITY
A   GRAND
Vaudeville Theatre
MACKENZIE ST.
Chicago, June 7.���Warning has been
sent by state Factory Inspector Davies to  235  places of amusement  in
���!"   - >     .   the effect  that  they   will
not  (te   allowed  to   exhibit    children
under  14   years old   under    any   circumstances.   Children between 13 and   MISS  DORIS CACKETT,
IC   may   be   employed   in   theatricals,    .-.ear-old  Child  Soprano.
and   for   other   exhibition     purposes
oniy eight hours a day, from 7 a. m.     	
to  7  p.   m.,   with  four    hours'  inter-
mission. MOVING PICTURES
Hereafter   the   "Che-E-nd"   of     the               ILLUSTRATED SONGS
melodrama   must   be   either   a dwarf !                   EFFICIENT   ORCHESTRA
.adult  with   a  juvenile  voice or over;' 	
der T, ��TTibett  'Jl 'aW-    Thg  ^ ADM.SS.ON :
t LT   Zl * " ��   Sal ��f 30��  Ad��lts' 10<- ���"< ��������.     Children, Bo.
ji-venile  performers  in  five-cent  the-      ��_.._.
cm.   me        Children's    Candy    Matinee    Satjr-
.?>>>�����_=_^_____,______.______  days, 5c.
PERtORMANCES
Afternoon and Evening
' I
pran ).
F. JONES, Tenor.
aters.
AND   CONCERT
Will be held at the
ASSOCIATION CLUB ROOM!
��� ON ���
RUBBER STAMPS
NOTICE
Westminster   Publicity   Association.
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No more need of sending your' The regular monthly meeting of the
orders to "The other side." You can Westminster Publicity .\_sociatioa
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
FRIDAY, June 1
At 8 p. m.
MADE IN  CANADA
Mail  orders  filled  same  day  as  re-j-**���
will   be held  in  the Board of  Trade j
room, City Hall,    Tuesday    Evening,
June 9*h, at half past eight.   All in-
terested are invited to attend.
W. F. HANSFORD, Secretary/!
ceived-
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
' 'Bagley Make* Good Robber Stamps''
I TPAVFPQ AUCTIONEER and
J. UUiyEJVJ v*.!l!*.Tni?
Fatality at Granby Sme!ter.
Grand  Forks,  B.C..  June  7���About
4 o'clock  yesterday afternoon,   while
working   at   the   Granby   smelter  a***-
sis;ing in some construction work on
the blower pipes, a large piece of pipe j
fell and  hit  William  D. Jones on  the
back,   breaking   his     spinal   column, j
Paralysis set in and both of h's legs |
are now paralysed.   He is a native of
London.   Engladn,  and   has   no   relatives   in   this   country.
D. C. PATTERSON
Boilermaker
PERSONAL  ATTENTION   TO
REPAIRS.
Works     at      EDMONDS      STATION.
P. 0. Box 908. Phone 418.
PASTURE
LAND
All  business  in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction  sale every Friday morning
on the  Market square.
We have just received
One Cent Increase.
Ottawa, .lime 7.���The board of cor.-
ciliation has awarded the conductors
and motormen of the Ot.awa railway
an increase in wages of a cent    ��� ��� r
hour.
and you are invited to inspecf,
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever err ised
the pond.
W. W. B. McINNES
J. DeB. FARRIS
R. JARDINE and others
will address the meeting.
Orchestra   in   attendance
COWIE
FOR   CATTLE   AND   HORSES
From   one   to  one  hundred   head
FIELDS  FENCED.
Abundant  grass  and  water.    Apply
to the owner,  ^^^^^^^^^^^
VV. R. AUSTIN Merchant Tai'or
Telephone J 175.      SAPPERTON  P.O.   ColurTlbia  St-  NEW   WESTMINSTER
J. N. AITCHISON
GASOLIINE
^^^^^^^^    ENGINES
Have proven to be superior to all others in  DURABIL.T.. RE.
LIAEILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
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SUFFICIENT CAUSE.
Alike with  British Colombia, Mani-
tob-ins agree that there   is sufficient
cause for Hon. Mr. Aylsworth's Elections   Hill.    The ex-parta statements
nude _jy the Conservative Premier of
Manitoba, Mr. Roblin, in the Conser-
rativs press of the country in refer-
��� ���"r.i-e to the voters' list in the Province
...   .Manitoba,  under  the law   of    the
Province, is given a direct contradic-
aUon by  Mr. Thomas Crawford,  M.  P.
ior l*ortage la Prairie, as follows:
".Mr.   Roblin   makes three  different
and distinct statements, each of which
is a deliberate untruth. He states that
a sitting of a registration clerk is held
in every polling division; that Is not
in accordance with the facts. Beautiful Plains has sixteen polling divisions
aad only nine places for registration;
Yirdcn  has seven   registration places
;ind  fifteen polling subdivisions,    and
Avondale   six   as    against   fourteen.
These are only samples of the condi- !
Ucns.     My authority   for  this    state-
tuent is The Manitoba Official Gazette.
"Mr. Roblin states that tbe proceed-
.Tigs, of the Court of    Revision    com- |
mence at ll a.m. and close at 6 p.m.
In  Beautiful Plains and several other
���disisions only tive hours are allowed.
from 1  to tl.    My authority for    this
Statement   is    again    The   Manitoba
Official Gazette.
"Mr. Roblin states that the correct-on of the lists is, in practice, absolutely controlled by the Board ol
Registration. My answer to that is
fxal do Executive of the Province fix
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SHOES S'S^^ =  Eyesore
ARE YOUR EYESI
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them ex.
amined. We -nake no ehargd
for testing your eyes. Ali work
guaranteed
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors   in T.  Gitford'l
Jewelry   S'.or;.
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'E'VE shoes built for the working man :
Built to meet his t everyday requirements ;  built to withstand all sorts of
hard usage, and still not clumsy; built for
comfort   No man can work intelligently when
his feet are continually hurting him.
Our Working Boots are made from the best
leathers possible to buy. If it's Working Boots
you want, ask for some of the following well-
known brands of reliable shoemaking:
S3 Tk_�� n#i*rf_n_ni-   Hand made, solid leather goods
a i ne uayrooi, sen f0r $0.00 to $6.00 a pair.
Ed Tk_a PmnAvi** Heavy box calf boots, made
j$j 1 jfle LmperOr, w;th double riveted soles,
ffl     5i$3.O0 to $3.50 a pair.
8 The Oberhotze Shoe, fS S3. Bt
Nothing gives a bright res dence a
oreater setback than an unkempt, neglected lawn. And, yet: What is more
pleasing than a well  kept greensAard.
A little attention will reward >cj
with a Beau Brummel garden, instead
of one looking fqr all the world 1 ks
a   dirty, tattered, listless   Hobo.
When you purchase your lawn
mower, get one that w.ll respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn
out and disgusted.    We have a large  variety  in stock, including the latest.
and eas,est ball  bearing mowers yet  invented,   and   we   respectfully  solicit
your critical inspection.
We have garden tools and implements in stock calculated to satisfy
the moat, fastidious, and economical buyers. Also an extensive stock of Bee
supplies.
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
HARDWARE, FTC.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Llit-ited
COLUMBIA   STREET
fl
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rough wear, $2.50 to $3.00 a pair.'
See our lines of Logger and Prospector Boots.
We have the very best grades in these shoes.
| JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
rVN Sirrn nf the* Ri'n _?____.*���___  _��_    _
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
i_r2r��_5J
New Westminster
m
Re lot 241, group 2, New Westminster
district
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
John S. Robson on the 15th clay of
June, 1908, unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto bo made to me
in writing by a person or person.
claiming an estate or Interest therein, or In any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, .New Westminster, 13. C, 1st May, 1908.
The person  or  persons  having    in
their  custody  or possession   the  foi- ,
lowing  Title   Deeds relating   to    the
said property are requested to deliver
the same to the undersigned: I
28th  July,   1890���Louis    WUlle    to
Ernst Gr.au.
Conveyance In  fee.
J. S. ROBSON,
per C. E. Robson.
Applicant.
CORRECT STYLE
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & iinisen
Located at the REAR
of "DaUy News" EIocK
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 383
rei i hondaV
JUNE 8, 1908.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
page mm
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THE GASH STOREG    T. H. SMITH    THE CASH STORES
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The Great Jut
Reduction Sale
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to buy
Furniture and
Carpets is here
We have exercised as much
care In selecting cur i-tock a_
can be used. We are sure out-
goods will please you and the
prices we a*k cannot fa I to
com me iid themselves.
ii
The first days of the sale have been a grand .success, and no won-
(iCr, when you consider thai thi, :, diff. re m the ordinarv season end Bale. Think of it. Right now i��� the very commencement of
the season. Staple goods .are being cut In half. Only those who come
to our store regularly and se... our every day pric,.. can reali���o ihe
Huge 1.rice cut. The reason of it all Is thai the stock must be reduced by $20,000 by the end of June. This must be iccomplished,
,,, what may. This Is your chance to sec . great bargains. Every
Item Is reduced.   Come and participate.
- '    Royal City  Cleaning]    The Mainland Club, Ltd., will short-
ad Dyeing Works, opposite   Premier Ij   ., ,: ������.,   . om  its  presenl   location
���* near the i*  C. K. U. d.v.ii to   other
., .1: tei a nol  yel selected,
���*���'���������    ���   ., meeting     il    1.
thi Crystal Qiasa .0111      All Kind.- <>f annum at Tldj 1, 1
'!..' offices ni Sapperton    to    florist   Phone im
Jailor .1. Lofftus Mot&nes will return
you will and comton   :,, duty tomorrow al  the city  lockup
" hand ma,!,, cigar. M j iftor enjoying a couple 0! weeks boll
.,.,.,.     ,      , days.   The nexl In line for leave   of
'    1 laj  tin- Local Council of   ,��� ,,���������       .,.,,
absence Is nflirer dill,
unen meets at the bo... ......
9S Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEE'S 8LOCK. COLUMBIA STREET.
Opposite Lorne Street.
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Phone 73.
when Important business come
Nil better goods made than the clear
Havana "Brllllante" clear. ���*
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Dress Patterns
A:: our $10.50, $11.50 and $12.r,(j exclusive dress patterns are being
given away without reserve at  $.-, 50
j See our an:.. Alberta Hungarian Rev. J. S. Henderson ls expected to
I flour. $1.60 sack, or $6.26 barrel. Geo. ,.,���,.��� from Winnipeg, where he has
���Adams, Public Supply Store. ������  Lren attending the geueral assembly
_,. , I of the Presbyterian church ot Canada,
rh? mbnthly meeting of the Anti-    ,     , ,, ,. ,,
_ .       ,   , ������ oui ihr end ol the presenl week.
.11! Tculosis society will  be    held al ',
the   board  of  irade  room   this    .after-1     Dahlias, (icraiiliiins an,i all kinds ofi
r.oon. boding and vegetable plants. Davies k\
... Son,   Telephone B208.
ih��. Celestial Empire has returned
dom the northern halibut hanks with     Another Chinaman, Chong Ho,   has
a catch of 160,000 pounds,    she had  Jo'ned  the majority, and will .be In |
much rough weather on the Journey.  h-rred In the Douglas streel cemetery
|.R8   soon  as  arrangements  are    com
Tear This Out
All our Imported Millinery Model
Hats at 40 per cent off
All our New Season's Dress Muslins at half price
All our Calicoes, Sheetings and
Blankets at 33 1-3 off
All our White Bedspreads at 33 1-3
to 50 per cent off
All our Suits, Coats and Skirts at
33 1-3 to 50 per cent off
All our Waists and General White-
wear at 3o 1-3 off
All our Children's Dresses and
Boys' Blouses. 33 1-3 off
Broken lines of Hosiery, all kinds,
33 1-3 off
See our ad. on page . for swell
silver goods.     Chamberlain. **
The real estate Arm of Abbot! <K
I'yde has removed from the Burr
block to part of the premises recently occupied by John A. Leo's furniture
- . .re, Columbia si root.
The Inspection of the sixth regl-
j ii.oni. D. C. O. it., which will take
place In Vancouver by the Inspector-
I general, Is  now lixe.i   for  8  p.m. on
: letod.
Fresh  dalrj   bul ter  al   Howard   & !
Mulrhead's, _..c nnd 80o per pound, **
Canadian whoa! Flakes 80o per
package al Howard & Mulrhead's,   **
The baseball game arranged between the Columbian college juniors
and the city juniors team tor Saturday
afti moon had to be cancelled, the
.ity bunch nol being aole to turn oui
a  lull team.
.l.Mie 19.   The New Westminster companies will secure transport bj the B. Duplicate orders of the "Auto" cigar
|C   K. It. for the parade. proves  their growing popularity,     **
During L907 many families paid OUI lv V. Chambers, who lias held the
over $300 In rent, and still own not ii prsltlon of manager for some time
!ns. For only $600 cash and this renl i ast, has leased the planl of the Arm-
on that new modern s. .en-roomed strong Advertiser for a term of years,
liouse, centrally located, and In a few look control on June L, F. c. Wol-
years you are the owner. For full. fenden still remains In lhe editorial
particulars Bee Abbott a. Hyde.       *��� chair.
The ladles aid of the Ollvel Baptist \ meeting of the executive ot   the
church will hold an Ice cream social
and sale of wotk at the home of Mrs.
w cstmlnster    Intermed ate    lacrosi e
i .ah will i.e hi i.l this i vening in I he
l-iigene    Brown,   Third    avenue,   on  Columbian block  for the purpose   ol
lay, .inn..  18.    The    sale    and   a .acting the  team  which  in to play
H c A'.  A, C.  al  Qu-een'
���   forbids us to particularize.
iny of your neighbors  ��ho ... ���     ������:: to our store thes-- '  -.*.
They can tell you, w- can *      without    thi     least
ition, thai  this Is the     - -          ������'    in  dry
I   "*>er offered in the citj
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T.  H. SMITH
The Great Stock Reduction Sale
afSSf^-A
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il will l ist from early in the after
a u  til lat<  iu the evening
.la sq ii i a le on  Monday evening al
I the    ' llarl son    roller    Bkatlng    rink.
.: ������ iter cornet ham!  in    attend-
\ In   i Ion 25 ceni .   Four caaji
.���:��� en for I est coi tume **
del bu line ..- before the police,
��� ite    i.a    Saturday    was    the
���   igaln I  George  McMillan   of
In -��� ii b comp mlon, James Jamie-
ivhen Intoxicated,   The two w nt.
Uito a restaurant, and the accused was
- to steal part of tho monej with
* hi.li .1 "ni.-son paid the bill,    he re-
i three month-, hard labor,
The McRae Block company will put
��� The spotters" on the boards al tha
opera bouse nn Thursday, Instead of
... manager -,h arranging
t i pro . .' e Bweel Nell of OH Drury-
pt Vancou rei on Friday. Tbd
Spoilei .   will    e played for the ttrsf
��� .-<,.. .;. ot the week, having met
with .- ich phenomena] success in the
Terminal Cil
ark
thi.
Ik
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oya
l��tudi
IS OFFERING
3
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ONE CAR OF RAYMOND ALBERTA
tj ��� p| $1.60 sac
Hungarian Hour $6.25 bar
GET YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY,
AS WE ARE EXPECTING -A RISE
IN PRICES ANY DAY     ���
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AT   THE
Public Supply Stores GEOprA0DpAMS I
Street.      New   Weatr. rssrte
Prop.
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Cowan I'hllpol Grant, advertising
ninnagi r of I ho Fr isar Itocord, u
wi i My paper the flrsl of issue of
wl.ich is to make Its appearance this
week  al   Mission, spent  Sunday  In  the
city. The Hi I ue ol I he new pa] er
will i ontalu a number ol iliustraiIons
..i scenes In end around Mil sion CHy.
it. is stated thai a movement is on
fc.ot to establish a municipality at
c ut ral Park Independent ol   eitm _
IJ'iriiahy Or South   Vancouver,    li*  the
now municipality Is formed, th<' pro
.nicial government will be asked to
turn over to It the small holdings In
the district, to be utilized for school
purposes,
At. the u .a ii weekly meeting of the
city council this evening a motion
comes up with reference to the Urn
limits, and their proposed extension.
Tho use of Queens park wlll he aslc'd
for by the South Vancouver ..chool
trustees On Dominion Day for a liion-
t'.r   school   treat.    The   proposal   for
cement sidewalks on Columbia itreel
*tll be advanced a stage.
The old difficulty of Siwtutfi campi
on   Front   street   has   ai.aiti   arisen   ns
th" lis,iin:' leason approaches.   HSasI
'���card   from   I..'t,,M  square at.  praMnl
are  three camps  of Indians down  for
t.he opening of   tbe   season,   whose.
b��Mta of healthfiilness are by no
; ���.������..-���.  or   Ibe   most   recent   SCbOOl     I"
hygiene.   Wbatbar these can bl w"
writer! from COmiOi SO elOM ItttO town
  remains  .. moot antftton,
TIES There * 11 I (OOd all  nd.mr t ,it UM
[rn,,  bows  v.-.. 3M r*\* of wort at ti* Knight* ot Pytbia.
',..,,,,_,., ....     . ,.n on Satnrdaj wben in addition   to
Re  -���-. ,. ��� corded SOI.   Hee,  . ��� i n
colors aad asaorted pell mvt, tot 3_c
Bnl ted   -*-:..������.  ia  plain,  brown,  . I
dlaai and green,  111 ,65c
STOP!
LOOK!
LISTEN !
A Few Snaps in Our
Gents' Furnishing Dept.
CABINET
Photographs
FOR
ONE DOLLAR
Bring me this advertisement
and I will make it
FOUR AT THE SAME
PRICE
va��� Tear This Out ���*$
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BE ALERT!
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
ineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*.
/ trade a specialty.
NOTICE
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Office   Eight *tr��et
WESTMINSTER,   e.   C.
ADV.-RTISI*'       -*��
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O A  I   L  Y       NEW
W  PVUND  Anr.-;r.-
r. Crystal   ****** Co., Ltd,
Wtestntltwlsv.
ia   aceortas *   ' "" '    '
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ew Wes '   ���     ��* ' ]*'
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HOSIERV
Fine.;.- pa" em..   5Cc. 65c, 75c
Plain :*-'..'���* v  2k. **���> 6Cc
HATS
Jftrw*I-.   -h.i.;:.es.   ta   -.re.. I       towns
_j.wn._-i tsad Mswka, wotmt *'	
$1.50. II.SO.  $2.00.  f_US
itbe aittclee tttaCs i��y the towing
tbMcei heii a- ibe in']'i**t.ria.i tebool
.racontly, otbot Ut4i*H had contflbttted
u.ef,,, object* of fancy work. Mr
Brown i.. i *������ ��� aftlclei .. mtu tioti In
tbe e,-.,a.r;_:, and ui lew. *���*���'* was
VrTl:-.' I. The cornmit.t.e.e working un-
4*yt Mn. D.  Wei.h  was mtieh to   bd
ieofOmetiided for the efforts made to eft*
, ,?(.  the sneeewa of tlie undertaking.
! Kefrertments f *re served and a pr��-
,., c.n*:--.| tbrottftl h.v fie children
:.ard   H
$2 25   $2.50, 12.73  T1"-'- proceeds will go to the children's
  I word  "und.
- m    H-00 "P
Fine    V���a:a   $1.25, $1.50. $1.90
M9��t   Psmine  in  East.
laondon. June 7.���It is declared __#.6
that 21,001. [��oiirids of American meat
that has been stored In London, Glas-
row and Liverpool, was yesterday,re-
shipped by fast steamer to N'ew York
BURR BLOCK, Co.tnibia Stret|��' to   r..9��t  tha  continued shortage  of
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Howard XMuirhead
a j   MORLEY  SatitP**
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Phone No. 3����
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meat ia Amerlc.i.
NONTAPUrP INSURANCE IS
TME POPULAR INSURANCE TODAY BECAUSE IT IS A3 GOOD
AS THE BEST AND COSTS LESS
MONEY. I AM SAVING MONEY
rot* HUNDREDS OP CLIENTS IN
NEW WESTMINSTER AND CAN
SAVE IT POR YOU IP I AM NOT
DOING SO NOW. ENQUIRE FOR
HATES.
A- W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG SLOW.
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_*��**'���> r   l��AGE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE
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SenUta Approval A
To REsrONSiBLB People   '  **"^
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
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and
RED GEM
&/>c Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
$
Thftsa
Two
Popular
Articles
lor only
Post
paid
to any
address
B* I-v-VM.   k'ill �����: 1-ats.a.
Illustrations are Exact Sill
Every J>en guaranteed
| full 14 Kt. bclid (iold���cm
un 11>���;:11 hand may be had
in either our standard
blade opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpai-,
ent. as desired, either In j
plain or engraved finish,
as preferred.
Yf��i may trv this ppn a w*..*k, I
If yen du imi li ml 11 as nprtlent-td, I
|   a It tier   aitu le than ftVH can ,
un tor tiiu'k ii nn ihii ii ��� i, _
,   .ant   in    |D) oilier make, if not I
���nitrely ntlifnetory iu every re-1
ipw I nt.nn it aim we will  _ti,t |
you tl.ll.fu; it.
, Cut ok iift is our famous mui .
p..|.ul..r Km- Qu Ink Pencil,   .1
ji|.l��-to Ittk proof trianiph, ut) r
I lie   rarni'd   It.   any   poattloa    In
J   pock** <������" ihopptOI 1 _kg, writpj nl
I any   ��nfla at lirst touch.    Plitl
ntun    (tprlnf)   to*><\,   Irfdlun. .
r point,pouihodTctoanlmd r-.M-r-r
J case,   letra oottt   finish.     Ketail I
I everywhere   for  $00.       Aitpnts
] wani*"<1    Write f*��r term*,   Write
DOW    "lest jutl forpet."    AJJr-fSs ,
Laughlin Mfg. Co.
225     Maj-.tlc Bldg..
FOR   THE  LITTLE   ONES.
How   the   Weeping   Willow   Came   .�� '
Ame~ca.
The weeping willow tree came to
America   through   the medium   of
Alexander   Pope,   the   poet,   who j
planted a  willow on the hanks of
the Thames at his Twickenham vii- j
la.   The twig came to him in a bos
nf figs sent from Smyrna hv a friend j
who had lost all in  the south sen:
bubble and had gone to that dis- j
tun:   l.wnd   to   recoup  his   fortune.;
Harper's  "Encyclopedia ot United
States History' tells the story of
the willow's arrival in America.
A young British officer, who camp,
to Boston with the army to crush
tlie rebellion of the American colonies, brought with him a twig from
Pope's now beautiful willow ir^be,
intending to plant it in America
when he should comfortably setr'e'
down on lands confiscated from the
conquered Americans. The young
officer, disappointed i:i th*_e expectations, gave his willr,-.- twig, wrap-
pel in oil : :ik. to John Parke Cus-
lis, Mrs. Washington's son, who
planted ii nn Iiis .Abingdon estate,
ic Virginia. It thrived and became
tlie progenitor of all our willow
trees.
SUNLj&tf
^^^ Follow directions   ^^^^
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric.
Five Cents A Bar
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
Detroit,
Mink.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Summer Excursions
Tickets on sale J*t_oe &, tl, 19, and 20.
Toronto and return   $ 94.40
Montreal and return   108.50
Halifax and return    135.50
Chicago and retuni      72.50
St   Paul and return       60.00
Winnipeg and return       60.00
For further particulars and reserva-
t'Oiis apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, N'ew Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Condemned to Slarery.
���Jlro hundred years ago, when men
And women were condemned to death
for trivial offenses, lt was the custom
ln Scotland to commute the death sentence into perpetual servitude to specified masters. In other words, the condemned person became a slave. It
was further ordained that he should
wear a metal collar round his neck recording his sentence and punishment.
Tbe Society of Scottish Antiquaries
owns one of these collars, fished out
of the Forth above Alloa. It ls brass,
with this Inscription: "Alexander Stewart found guilty of death for theft at
Perth. Sth December, 1701, and gifted
by the Justiciars as a perpetual serv
ant to Sir John -\resken of Alva."-
Oollectors' Magazine.
Trnth.ul.
"My dear," said a vain old man te
Ms wife, "these friends here won't believe that I'm only forty-five years old
Tou know I speak ih* truth, don'i
yon?"
"Well," answered the simple wife, "i
���oppose I must believe it, John, as
you've stuck to It for fifteen years."���
���icbange.
Cold Blooded.
Mary���Do you think one should marry for love or money? Chaperon���My
fear, love Is an excuse for marriage,
bat money Is a Justifies.tloiv-M��.
teorae Tlmea
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.
.\eglect Is the only cause for the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW. before it is too
late.
READ   OUR    PRICES
THEY  NEVER  CHANGE
Full 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.
Phone   2229
shall be devoted in part payment of
the cost of construction of the sai.l
steel .bridge or otherwise on Lulu Island as the Council may by resolution
determine.
(2) This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive tha assent of the ratepayers of the .Municipality of the said Corporation in like
manner as is requisite for the issue of
debentures for the raising of any loan.
(���.) This By-Law may be cited as
ihe "Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
lliOS."
Done' and passed In open Council
this 20th day of Januaiy, 1..8.
Received the assent of the ratepayers this day of 19._.
Reconsidered and finally passed this
day of       , 1908,
Langley, Matsqui, 8umaa
���k and the Power ^ '
_I_T .��(.T.l*.aat..         . '"".',
agreement,   wen
which
City Clerk.
���Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that th-e above is a trui
copy of the proposed By-Law whic.i
will  be taken Into consideration    by
: the Municipal Council of the City uf
New Westminster one month from the
first publication ther. of in the "Dally
Columbian," and "Daily News" newspapers, which first publication took
place on  the 20th day of  May,  1908,
i  and that a vote of the electors of the
i City will be taken on the said pro-
posed By-Law on the 22nd day of
June, 190S, between the hours of nine
o'clock a.m.,  and five p.m., at    the.
| following places, namely, the Council
.Chamber,   Civic   Building,    the     Fir.
! Hall, Sapperton;  and  the  Light Sta-
' tion, Tenth street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
I City Hall, May 20th, 1908.
PART  IV.
���WATER   CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION   ACT,   1897."
I
e
The Road to Success
���
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
*
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News* and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
J
Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
1908.
A  Law to Authorize the Sale of Certain Lands on Lulu Island.
WHEREAS the Corpor: tion of the
City of New Westminster is the owner
of (inter alia) Lots One (1) to Thirty-
four (34) both inclusive, in Block A
of Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia.
AND WHEREAS the present wooden bridge across the North Arm of
the Fraser River in tbe said City of
New Westminster is in an unsafe an.l
dangerous condition and it is necessary to replace the said bridge witb *
new steel structure.
AND WHEREAS it is deemed advisable in tbe interests of the said
Con-oration that the said lands should
be sold and the proceeds devoted in
part payment of the cost of construction of the said steel bridge mil
other.wlso oh Lulu island.
AND WHEREAS bv tne "New Westminster Act, 18.8���Amendment Act
1889," It i.s provided that the Council
of the said Corporation may, with the
assent of the ratepayers of the said
Corporation, to be first had and obtained in like manner as is requisite
foi the issuing of debentures for tho
raising of any loan, sell real property
belonging to the Corporation on Lulu
Island with full power and authority
to execute all deeds aud instruments
to effectuate the same.
THEREFORE the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
(1) It shall be lawful for the
Council to sell and absolutely dispose
of, to any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, all or any part of
the said lands hereinbefore mentioned
being Lots One (l) to Thirty-four
(34) both Inclusive, In Block A of
Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
New Westminster, Province of Britlsn
Columbia, upon such terms and conditions as the said Council may by resolution determine. And the Mayor and
Clerk of the said Corporation are
hereby authorized and  empowered to
1. This is to certify that the Vancouver Power Company. Limited,
thereinafter called the "Power Company") specially incorporated pursuant to Part IV. of the "Water
Causes Consolidation Act, 1897," on
the 25th day of January. 1898, for the
purpose of exercising the rights,
powers, privileges, and priorities in
and by Part IV. of the Said Act
created, granted, and conferred, bas,
in addition to its undertakings heretofore approved of by the Lieutenant-
Governor ln Council by Certificates ol
Approval, dated the 14th day of February, 1902, and the 18th daj of May,
1906, submitted its further undertaking to the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council for approval, and that the
said further undertaking, as shown by
the document., and plan duly filed in
pursuance of the said Act, has been
approved, aud that the same is as follows:
i confirmed by by-laws'",.        ^
KtheMumcipalCounc
Corporations, the as   ��� ;';i:"
! fo  Corporation of   /
Chilliwack  and  the  iv.     "
being also railfled and confl   '
Kl. Chilliwack   City   ! '
Act" (1908). :,''��a
The waters at  Drna_mi
the Power OoaiC^;.      ����
quitlam and  from Lake  .,
be utilized to generate ,
'.-red  to operate  the
undertaking of   the   p.,..   ���      '' !
and it ia proposed *X      \
P��W���r. "Sbt and heat thi ln
n-eans of pole and tran
from  any   of  the  pow.     ...     .
Stations or transmission iin,   ,.   .,""
j Power Company throughout th,  ..."
aiea within which the furtto     ,'.'"."
taking of the Power Compa, .
carried on, and a_ iB i���.:,,:, . ,      /
fined: ut"
-���   And   th      is furth. i    .   ��� rtif.
.���>at the first part or ..��� i
>'!'l  und rtaking  and   worl      , ,'.
���'��� proved, will be the Iin,   ,
ra Iway from  the said  Cl       .   v,
j Westminster to the said Citj     Chilliwack   and    the   n. ci    ary     ,   Mi
ti ansmisslon lines In connec    ���
with;
(3) And this ls fui i.e. :,. c. rtify
tbat the Power Company .-h,.1;   have
��� duly subscribed before it < .... ,,.,.,
the construction of the said further
undertaking  an,j   works,  <,   .   . ��� ,., a
���any of the powers In thai ��� ��� C(m.
ferred by the "Water Clausi   i
Ration Act, 1897," Part IV.. , ,,.,..
and (1000.) shares of one dollai ;: ,fluj
* tch.   Th,   turther amoun         tal
required to fully complete ��� Qr8t
I art of the said further un . ��� : :,.
and works i.s to be providi . . the
loan of two million foui h indred and
ninety-nine thousand dollai ;_ ���..
000) to be made by the Briti
bia Electric Railway Compan:   to  be
[secured by mortgage bon . ������
Power Company in sterling , decimal
' urrency currying Interei I . |. 8uci,
ether form uf security ,. ��� ,,
agreed upon between the ,. .��� Companies;
4. And this is further to e< tifj thai
tne time within which thi said further capital to be Bubscrl ��� ..un....
one thousand dollars, in add I On to
capital already subscribed, i_ fired at
two months from the date hi eol and
���the time in which the first pari ol
raid further undertaking and works,
as set forth in paragraph two hereof,
i. to be commenced shall Ik befort
the expiration of three months (rem
the date hereof; and the dati i which
the remainder or any portion ol Ihe
said further undertaking and works
hereby approved may be commenoed
is fixed at five years from thc date
hereof, or such further time as the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council maj
The construction, equipment, o;�� ra-
t'on, and maintenance of    a    line or
lines of electric railway, tramways, or
street railways,   with   all    necessary
pels lines and overhead    and    other
construction    with all necessary side-
t.acks,  switches, and    branches    for
the   conveyance   of passengers   and '
freight from some point  or  points at
or near Lots one (1)  and    two    (2),
City  Block  four (4),  In   the City    of '
���New   Westminster, to and throughou.
the streets of the City of Chil.iwack,
passing   through    the    ninn c palltle.
c' Surrey, Delta,    Langley.    .Matsqui,
Sumas aud Chilliwack. and the Town-
Bites of Ahbotsford  aud   Huntingdon,
and  throughout the District    of New
Westminster and over and uloiig any '
of the public roads in the said Municipalities or  any  of  the intervening
I fblic roads, <>r .such other rights of '
way where the public mails are uot
used,   as   amy   be acquired   by   th.-
Power Company;  the erection,    construction, operation and maintenance
within the sal.!  City    of Chilliwack
aud the said Municipalities and District of New Westminster, oi electric
vorks,    power    houses,    generating
plants, poit. lines, overhead and other
construction, and such    other    appliances and conveniences as are neces- j
sary in and throughout the said City f
of Chilliwack, the streets thereof, and
in and throughout the said Municipal! i
tl*es and the public roads thereof, and j
in and throughout and over the public |
loads of any Municipalities lhat may
hereafter be formed within the area
thereof, with public and private light-
log and heating and power for manu- |
fHcturing and Industrial purposes, and j
in connection therewith; the construe-
tion, operation and maintenance of all!
necessary and required overhead iK.le
and    transmission    and    o!h"r    lines
necessary  or   required   in   connection
with  the said   undertaking  from  any
of the power houses, sub-stations   or
f ansmisslon lines of the Power Company throughout'the whole area, as is
hereinbefore set forth.   Together with
hereafter approve.
Dated this 19th day of May   1908.
FRED J. FULTON,
Clerk of the Kxecutiv.  Council.
"The Milwaukee^
The Pioneer Limited" St Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicsgo.
No trains in the service cn any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee h St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and I'inhiT -:rs on alll their tra.n. and
give lui _. trons an excellence 01
servi.s. .i.. . btainable elsewhere
H, _r. ROWE. Gene-*:.; Agent.
134 Third M.. cor AkW 'p'-m!'*' d. Or.
FIRE ALARM  BOX.iti
execute and deliver such conveyances,  all such rights, powers and privileges
agreements for sale or other instru- !.''������*  may 1* necessary    to   effectually
nunts as may he neceesary to effectuate such sale or rales; provided that
dhtrry out the terms and conditions of
the several agreements made between
the proceeds Of any fucb .��ale or sales   the  Corporations    of  Surrey,    Delta,
5���Asylum.
e���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tanth
8���Royal avenue and Eighth
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue and  Sixth
24���_--trd avenue and Second.
26���Fifth av**ue and Fourth
2ft���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works
35���Columbia and McKenrle.
36���C.P.R. Station.
42���Small & Bucklln Mill?
board OF TRADE���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of oach month,
Quarterly meetings on tin
Thursday of February,
August and November, at 8
.Annual meetings on the
Thursday of February.
member! may he proposed and
.iected at any monthly ��>r quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. 9**.
third
May.
p, i".
third
Now HON
DAY. JUNE 8, 1908.
Sixth Street Sewer By-law
THE DAILY NEWS.
I'AOK  9KVKN
iWNER-S   NAME
t un
1908
v By-law to enable the City 0f Nt* -, .
}2fl,  tor the purpose of constructin,
mentioned.
WHEREAS, Charles J   Robson and oth. ��� ,,,���...,,
^oV the property to be directly benefited   ���      ,       ]��*��
���_.,,, following streets.
Sixth Street from Front Stre." to S xth   Vvenue
Front Street from Sixth Street to Lytton  Squa
ColumBia Street Irom Sixth Si   ei    ,:..,.  Block XIV
i tarkson Street from Sixth Stree   to Lo   :i  b ick B
Carnarvon Street from Sixth Streel to Lo   17   Block 2
i/ictoria Street from Sixth Stre t to Lot 11  Block A
Cunningham Street from Sixth Str.        . Lot  ,.   Bioclt A
Queen's Avenue from Sixth Streel   ,, |.���*  n   . 0Ck H
Liverpool Street from Sixth Street to Lol 14   brock h'
St. George Street from Blxth dtree   to Lo    12   Bl ick H
Lancaster Street from Sixth Btreet I    Lot :;.;   Block H
iuird Avenue from Sixth Streel to Lot  .. of Lots 7 39 & 40
Blackford Street from Sixth Streel to Fifth SI eel
Fourth Avenue from Sixth Streel to Ba I half of Lot 5  Sui.
,'ii'th Avenue from Sixth Street to Four.]  Streel
g V!i Avenue from Sixth Street to Third Streel
Fifth Street from Third Avenue to .ixtl   ......
AND. WHEREAS It la deem _ ex-   lienl   to granl   the  prayer of    the
|ajd petition, and that the funds to be   provided   tor    such    Improvements
'.ollar
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e
b
f
a
9
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T
3. Blk. VI.
Block VII.
.   mid    ������ repaid by spec;.!  rate in the dollar to be levied  in the real nro-
perty to be benefited thereby Is ns follows, *;
��� i ias
OWNER'S   -NAME.
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0
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X
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dnion Trust Co., Ltd L.5       11
I   Elds & L. D. Ellis C.6 1 N, %
Thomas Ellis  C.6        1 S. V6
Dominion Realty Co C.C        2 S. E. pt.
Can i (..in Bank of Commerce  C.6 2 N. W. pt,
.vv Lafferty    C.6        3
Mai    i- Thompson  C.6        IN. W. V2
..;, Douglas At John A. Dougla. ....CO'        4 ri. i._. -,.,
James B. -Mathers   C13     18
Dominion Government  C.14   1&2
Dominion Government    Cur. Queens Ave, and
Eighth St. Armouries
City of Ni w Westminster  C.14
rjjt) ,: New Westminster  C.14        1 \V. 28 ft.
Ft, Waghorn  C.14       I E. :. ft.
I om is ri  Hall  L 13     13
...    ri.  Hall   C.13     11 X. pt. 50%fl
David Murchle    C.13     14 S.pt. 32x66
Wm. A  & Alice -\nderson  C25    : _ i N. '.
\\:u. J. Hacking    '   -'    3 & 4    - :.
Qfcorg    B. Drew    C.25       .
F. mi es K.   Herring      . A
L   .    K. Herring      ���
w, g  Broderick  '���
0 !���:. Murchle   -���       j
:,  Manche. - v.        5
John Reid *���
I). aal i ri. Sinclair   A.        7
C. L Knowdell  *���>���
Nellie Trapp    V '���*
Nellie 1 rapp    -'- ' W. ! ���-
FrederlcK .1. hart  '������ ' '-��� ;-
....   . Freeman       h
Mary A   Moresby *��� W. Vi
- .!. Trapp  ;-���       1!
1 . v. ise  '���������
F. Wise *��
V. Wise   **������
Doingham  '*-���
_ L. Lavery   **���       >���-'
1 J. Trapp   ^
w t. J  Armstrong   A-      -'���
_wi n Estate  *-      --
I .  n Co., Ltd     " 1
inningham   c-        -
C inningham   ti.
.    Lynch      '������ '    ����� **
Heating & Pipe Co  B.        t   E. -.
... W. \ ilea     b-
Vanstone Heating & P.pe Co  L 6
L.  Card     i. 7    E   ���.
Davison     ; '    v'     -
I iinity  Parish   	
rrinity Pan=..    ti-
il Montreal	
. rlnlty Parish  Li*
V.   E. _ales  r * L*       .
Deane tc Barrett  i'*
Helen .M. Walter   B-       J*
Helen M. Walker   u        lj
J. V. P. Herring   B        |��
J. Let.- Thompson     u        "
Wl tr  1 i'hilpot  i;-
tl.cti M. & Celia S. Hoffard   L-
Martha E. Turnbull   L
M   ,   a. ...clnnes   i:
Frances E. Herring  �����      -.
Franp 1 E. Herring  jj       -'
Frances E. Herring   j-
Frances E. Herring   "���
F. VV. Padmore   D
M irtha B. Turnbull   |
���   'unntugham, Jr B.
'.  ...  .   F.irrant  ii-
al Drug & Chemical Co B.
Hen      r. Thrift   l!-
^   L Johnson   ' .
Armstrong  c^'      I
E ; Rothwell  c*!0
Ll M.thodist Church Trustees  ..H     I *  -
M u    G.  Hood    ll*
Cha      ,   .Major    [) '
'���'   1     0, O. M. Dockri.l   h \
G   Major   j-' -
' *        E   Peck  ''
'    .. McNah   :!���
1     d  McBroom   !*
B    mei Dawe   [l
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McCowan    ':���
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.Viikie   ��     ;���   "   -
William Innes    'I' JJ   w tt
M   Ude Blnelair   g- :'   ?i   '
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1 Shlnotru   :: I     5' 2
v     im innes   h '    ,
I '   ��n Roger.   �� ��**J \   "
Schmerl   :
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'���    ��� LB lor Dutch   	
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C rter Smith 	
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- J. Robson       C
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amyth   I1.
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. Jackson  ���    "    !'      [���
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15,2��0
92.41
6,500
39.62
5,500
33.44
4,000
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4,700
28.01
6,000
48.64
5,000
3U.4U
4,600
27.97
18,500
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20,0 "
1-sl.tiu
2,600
12.16
8,400
51.07
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_U.t)7
4,600
27.97
2,800
17.02
L.500
9.12
1,5 10
9.12
2 260
13.86
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i0.94
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lO.-U
2,300
13.98
1.. ...
10.7
1,360
8.27
1,500
9.12
1 5 0
9.12
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9.12
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9.12
1,500
9.12
1,5 H)
9.12
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1.56
750
4.. 1
680
4.13
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1,040
6 ,:
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B.32
1,400
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1,400
8.51
1,400
B.61
1,000
6.88
800
1.86
1,720
10.46
1,850
1L25
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18.24
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9.12
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2.74
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2.43
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Amanda Rousseau  S.6
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I   .Iraut   ri. ii
lami s Anderson   S. 6
rt Grant  s. ii
rge H. Bent   S. li
te Robert Alexander   fc,. (",
G. Major   S.6
Adeline Armstrong    _j. 6
S. 6
Hall   B.6
s. t;
Adella G.  Webber    s. li
W 111. C. Curtis   _*. c
Harvey M. Streight  s.6
F. .1. Hart at (.'0 S li
'A Ullam Townsend  S. 6
John  B, Jai.line    S. I!
Allan Peter Grant  S.6
H-'tuy  C. -Major    b.6
J. aes ii- Dougherty  ��, t*,
l.obert   1).  Hendry    S. G
Robert D, Hendry   s.6
Isaac Hudson  B.6   7, ;>'.���,
Isaac  Hudson    Si. 6
James A. Cunningham  s.6
James Cunningham  s. 6
'l    S.   Annandale    S. 6 "
T.  s.  Annandale   s. 6
G. A. Greame and T. ri. Annandale ..S.6
__, A. Greame and T, S. Annandale ..S.6
E. A. Greame and T. S. Annandale ..S.6
E A. Greame and T, s. Annandale ..3,6
E. A. Greame and T. s. Annandale ..S.6
\\ m.   Hearn    S. 6
Wm.   Hearn    ' S. li
James Trodden  �� S. 7        ">
Constance Teather   S.7        ..
Katie Ellen Brown   S.7        6
Margaret  10.  Walker   ri. 7 li
Margaret   Peer    S. 7 6
M    __.   i.ines  7 li
i;. C. Bishop of New Westminster ..ri. 7        7
Robert Jardine   S. 7       Iiii
Robert Jardine    S. 7       26
Eil.enezer  Knlghl Si       Li6
William  A. Grafton    S.7       26
William  A. Grafton     S.7       36
George McPhail   S..       -���>
George  McPhail    S.7       26
W   ,1. Corbett    S.  *     27
('. C.  Dunn    8.7       27
John    weaver     S.7 27
E iwar 1 /,. \. hyman   S.7       27
Martha   wliymun    S.        2i
rhos,   It.   Pearson    S.7        27
Thos.   R.   Pearson    S.7        27
Annie   Baker     S 7        27
.lohn   Weaver    ri. 7       27
L.   C.   Dunn    ri. 7        27
\\    .1.  Corbett    S 7        27
.1.   A.   .Mountain     S. 7        2S
Jane H. G. Hill estate  s.7       28
Ai thin-   E.   I!.   Hill    S.7       ,28
Aimur e. B. Hill   S.7      28
U 111.    Taylor     S, 7 2X
Wm,   Taylor    aS. 7 28
Richard G. L.ngle   S. in 6
Richard G. Dingle   8.10 :<
li 11 tv  T.  Shaw    S.10 "���
ii irry   T.  Shaw    S.10 .">
Arthur E. B. Hill   S.10 6
A1 thur E. 11.  Hill   S.10
Mrs. .1. 11. Vidal   B.1D r,
Walter J.   Baber   S. 10 ���'.
W. J.  Baber   8.10 5
W.  J.  Baber    8.10 b
Martha E. Turnbull   ..- 8.10
Martha  E.  Turnbull    8.10 5
George B. Conner  s.10 ..
U    rge   McPhail    S.10 S
George McPhail   S.10 5
Elizabeth M. Meredith    B. 10 6
C. G. Major   Sin 7
1     G. Major    S. Hi 7
. .   K. Coon    8.10 7
Georgina  E.  Archibald    S. L0 7
W.   W.Forrester    B.18 13
w   w. Forrester  8. L3 13
W   W.  Forrester    S. 13 13
Arthur Doig   8. l.'S 13
Arthur Doig  8. Kl 13
.'.Mliur Doig   B.13 13
C   B. Armitage  M* "
G. B. Armitage   8.18 14
Emellne Wilson    S. 18 14
Ralph Wilson   B.I3 11
Ralph Wilson    S.13 ll
Ralph   Wilson    8.13 ..
Mrs.  Elizai.e'h  Pope    8.13 10
George M. Appieton  B.18 l'i
John   Pope    rf- ):! '*'
M ss  Eliza ������ ..  Pope   8.1:: 10
Fred B   Pi m lerton  B.13 10
Henry W. Russell  B.13 l"
James R.  Brennan   ������**��� >:! '"
David  E.  E .-    . " H- l" *>
C ' ������ of New Westminster  B.10 4
R ��� ������:��� f. Dongb erty  8.10 4
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710
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3.89
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4.18
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1 26
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3,66
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9.12
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1.66
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2.74
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4.26
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1 1,59
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2.81
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380
2.81
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1,98
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29.79
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190
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475
2.SII
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230
1.40
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230
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230
1.40
5
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215
215
215
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1,81
1:11
82
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215
215
215
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1.31
1.81
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290
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215
245
1 19
1  19
l
215
1 19
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215
1.19
1;
275
1.67
..Ni.. WHEREAS, the rains A the whole r--ni property rateable under
this fcy-tow, *a .*    tamed  md Bnallj- determined as aforesaid, Is two lum
I,   j   ;..,.. eight]     res    Lonsand and thirty ($287,030]  dollars;
AND   v. iir.Rr.Ari, tbe   imount "' lbs debt which this Bylaw U Intend'
crests :.. twentj thou md (f2o,0O0j dollars;
a.n'D. WHEREAS reosdig'ths sum of   one thousand ($1,000)
doners to be raised am:.       to   s period of (went) (20) years to pity the
intenst <>t the ..aid de *, and the sum of seven b mdred and forty roiif and
,1-1..) ij744.;li dollan to       raised'annnally during the s-ibi period for
*.   ' lymentof thedebi   1 i'*"1 bj this By-'aw, snch last mentioned
ie_ag snfflcient,  iri ff mated interest ou the investment there
,   -   ,1.- bares the      ���  ���'���        ���''���'' rn'- Ha"": becomes payable, nukiiiK in
, ,..,[��� .,:   . ���  . ani forty four arid   :;l 100   (|17lt::i;   dol
11 Use : son tall    1    ifoteield;
.AND,  WHEREAS *   r,f 'bf whote r<al property rateable undtl
,a  ihe -., the said  Improvement, and  work   upon
eh it wttl   '-��� teqni ' ****** ���* snnnal spedel rats In the dollar
a tBdent to pay the   *���    "��� create ;* staking fund for paying lbs said
I iweni   * ! 'I20.000)    dollars    trltu-ji twenty 1201
_d debt *; "" the setnrlty of the special rats .e��-
/.  -la*  an: leCBritj   Ofllj   In  two  hundred an I  .rltrhfy-
H :     ..-, 112*57 W .�� dollars;
)W   THEREFORE   ibe       -.';;,..: Conncll of the GorjKirailon of tKe
,/ $*m  v.- *,.- kosi  ��� :   follow.:
Darius '��������� -���" '"'m ,h'' iu*' ''''"' "f  ''llv- l!",K'   ^" r"r'
n    r.   tetentares w   ������   *******  mdei   the authority of thu  By-law
1    -��� tbOBsaod 't: lolhrs shall uo raised annually for ih��i
.-.- .)J Interest os t�� I        mtnfw, and also the sum of I7<_4.31 .hall
ra led arn-1'i.Ul.T for the payment of the debt, rum-inn In nil the sum of
il.44...l afore-Jald annually to be ral����d  anrumlly ah aforesaid.
jl)    A special  rats ���>( *M rnl"���, in  tits dollar Is hereby Imposed on
��� j above isseribed according to the value th'-reof as here-
Lahefote   metirlotied. eictusive of   Improvements, over and aliovr. all other
in-d  t-W   which special  rate si_sll be siifBelnnt to produce in *k*m
I--,,  iu i   .ura of seventeen hnndred nnrl forty forr and 31-100 (tl,-
-.1   ��� _.-.   and shall be annt��ali7 InwirtH    In  the  Collector's Roll In
. ���      ��� the seal aiicc.��*e Iin'.  fwenty (20) years, and shall be paya-
-.:-    rn�� or ^.lme^ ani ar. the plae,�� and In the manner In which the
;.*.i,-.u*v  C' ty ta***s are payable, provided, however,  that no rebate shall
,- 1     v���--! i�� the amoiiot. fevled herennder M aforesaid.
',   The sum of twenty tbeusaa* (10^00)  dollars    shall be raised
by l<.ua by this Corporatton *m ts* MCVtty ef   the special rate hereby
Imposed an.t on thai securtt) only, md debentures amounting t.> the inn
ot twent) thpuaand (80,000) dollars shall be issued t>> the said r.HiKo;,
Men therefor,
iii rue said debentures shall 1,. made payable al the ���anlmtton
of twent] i2oi years from the date of issue ot n><> same and hem weteet
al a ral.' not exceeding sue per centum per ffflftvim
(,'��� 1    iin. debentures ma]   both as to nrtnolpal and interest be pays
ble in anj  place In Qreal Brl atn, In the  united  stales   ,>i   America, or
Canada, and maj   be   expressed lu sterling money, 01 in anj  oihei oui
rency, nnd may be made payable la rom and tha amount    -..> i>.> raised
therein shnii be paid oui and expended  In  paying otr    :>n.i  discharging
,.n>  temporary loans heretofore obtained on account of the said Improve
iu. nis and (Works, and toi an] other neoeaaarj   expenses    lu oonaectlon
with  said  improvements and  works, and for do other purpose whatever,
t6.i it at an] time an] ��f the ownerg of the said real propert]
hereinbefore described. <>i ot an] pari thereof, desire t�� commute the
Assessment Imposed b) thla Aol b) the paymenl ol his, ii<". <n their
proportionate share or shares <>f the cost thereof as the principal sum
In lieu thereof, he, she or the) maj ;;>> commute bj paymenl ol such sum
as maj be neceaaarj bo realise al the end >>t the ourrenej of such diMen
tures a sum eQutvalenl w> the balance then unpaid ot the said special rati.
I hereon.
(71    All monies arlsliij; oui of the suld   annual   special   into.     .ind    all
monies received in commutation thereof under tha preceding section ot thi ���
ii..-iaw shall be deposited in the Savings Bank of eome chartered bank
(Si   Everj debenture to be issued hereunder shall oontatn a provision
in  the following words:    "This belienturo or anj   interest  therein shall nol.
after �� oertlfioate of ownership has been endorsed therein bj the treasure!
ol  (he corporation, U> transferable exoent  hy enliy hy  the IreasuicM  or hi.
deputy in the debenture registry book of the said corporation al tha Citj
ol New Westminster,"
cn   The amount of tha special rate levied hereunder shall be added to
lh,   taxes lor the llnnueiitl year In Which  such   rale        assessed  and  levied,
an.l such special rata may be oolleoted In every reaped as ordinary land
or real property taxes of the Olty ot New weatminater and maj bo an
forced and recovered In the same way whether by action to be brounhi tn
any COUrl   Of i.uiipelent  jurls.llel Ion.  by   sale  of   Ihe   laud  or   real     propiu I \
upon which the same attaches,   Provided, however, thai no rebate shall �����*
nl.owod   on   lhe   amount    levied   here Under
iioi This By-law simii come into operation and take etteoi on the Say
of the passing thereof.
(Ill This By law may be cltvd as tbe "Sixth Street Sow t Hy law.
I 90S."
Done ami passed In op
W.  A
���fl Council  Ill's  27th
1 L. s. I
DUNCAN.
Olty Clerk.
day or May,  190.
w 11
K K
MtY,
Mayor.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
erltlsh Columbl* Coast Lint
Service.
TIME TABLE
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Royal, June 8.
Princess May, June  LG.
Prlnoesi Royal, June 81,
Princes.   May,  .luuo  27.
VAN��OUVER--V'CTOHia  ROUTE.
Prlnoess Royal loaves Vanoouver
at 1:30 p.m. daily for Vlotorla.
Royal arrive In  Victoria li.ibl p.m,
Royiai arrives Vanoouver 8 a.m,
Charmer leavea Vancouver al Ll:30
p.m.  dally except Sunday.
Charm.'i* arrive In Vlclorla. 6:80 ani.
Charmer arrives Vancouver 7 p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTl_
ss. Trader will leave Victoria fo'*
New Westminster every Tueiday,
Leavea New Westmlnitcr pn Wednesday.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
Princess Victoria lsavei Vlctorln
5:30 p.m. daily; arrives in Seattle 8:80
p.m.   dally.     I.eaven   Seattle   8   ��.111
dally; arrlven In Vlelorln 1 p.m. dally.
WE8T  COAST   ROUTE.
8 S   Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. lat and 11th
of each month foi  Claynqiiot,  Mohi-uI
to llnrhor and way iMirts;   7th of each
inonth tor Quatsino and way ports;
20th of encli moiiih for Ahi'imet,yiuit
hIiio, Qaps S.-ott unit way ports-
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8.i�� Joan
Leave 1 Vancou(r*�� r.ito p.m. dully,
ttXCept Sunday.    Friday and Hiilurdiiy
leaves at 1 p.m. Leavea Nanaimo at
7 a. in
VICTORIA   NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX  UNION     ROUTE.
*    8.8. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Vlelorln TuoHiluy 7 a,m.; arrive* N.inallno 4 p.m.
l_eav-is Niinnlino Hat.unlny I p. ni ;
arrives victoria �� p. m.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
U.S. Amur.
Ppiin Vlotorla ll p.m., 1st ami K.ih,
tioin   Vanoouver   m   n   0  m, 2nd
tint lfit.li of ouch mOQth, onlllna ai
HkldtKatn on tlnii lrr|> ami Italia C00U
on .ecou.l trip.
RIVER* INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. 8. Uuetn City.
."rom Tlotorla I p.m. ��v..ry WtdflSI
day, from   VaOOOUVCt    10   a.m. dfiff
'I h imdi.y.    ItM'iriiliig nrrlvsn at Vnn
eoiivr Hiireliiy  SfterflOOnj  It VletorU
Monday tnonilim. via I*����'tvwn.Hli.
UP  ItiVKK
Beaver-
Prom    W*W    We .tmlfiBtfir   Monday
Wedri��.sday and I'rlday.
.'rom f-hMllwacl. Tunsday, Tliiirmlay
tifid latt-fday,
LOWER FRA9ES)   RIVER.
���. 8. Transfer,
Hleamdir Tranufnr taavns New VVp. t-
mlest''r Mt-mday, TttMday, Wedneadey,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 2
p.m.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
I/nave Westham Island Monday,
Tupfday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
S p.m.
STEAMBOAT DRAMA.
rinatliiH   Palaoei   That   I'urnUh   *****
irrlnlniiK-nt   K��r UI��T��r TimiM.
Ahybedy who lives in �� iiiwn on the
t>nnl(s of Ibe Mississippi river aud
hearn a calliope play nt ft o'clock la
tbe ttioruljiK known lhat II Is not A ctr
oils tbat  lit coming to town     It Is the
floating palace, which is die nam.* uiv-
cu tO 'i unlQUS form of ftienlrlcnl IfHiiSa
port ati.m 1'iil.M iiiliitiient Dial U n*oA
eiily 011 the river ami lit* irllmtnrloN.
Ibe Ohio and tho Missouri
There are nt the present time more
thnn a dozen MoiiIIuk paliices Knob
ef (hem curries a well equipped stunt.,
1. company of from itatteon io thirty-
Ove BCtorS an.I nclresNON, ami Iin,. seat
imi oapaotty for frotn '*'"') to TOO persons. Macli of Ibo bonis has a situ in
piano With which tbe people rr.mi the
COUntrysldO nro culled tO the 1 a ml I unit.
where  the shows are given ou the
boats,   nnd   most of   the   lumln  oarrv
pretty fair bands.
Nowhere else In thin country or
abroad is tho drama carried up nml
down rivers 011 slonmlioiil'i llarrlna
the   railroad,   tho   fnvorlle   menim   nf
transportation in _.miiiiii.i and i<> otlB.
tluontal EDurope is the wagon, i'lior*
are mnny wagon shown in this coun*
try, but tbey would Hnd II dlfllcult I*
Nach nil tho towns Hint nr�� easily
reached by tho ii.mll.n: pnlncos Many
nf ibo (owns Hint j:ei nil Ibolr tlismntlc
sustenance from these floating plny-
liouses have no railroad connection
whatever,    if 11  were not for th��
shown Hint flout down or up to them
tiy bout I bey would hnvo to ��o without
thentrlcnl fnro,
Murk Twain, who known tho bla river eiiout ns well ns anybody, u.nod t<��
he writ acquainted with tin-, old time
managers of n few of the float^ig pal-
1008, Ito Introduces one of thorn Irtfte
"Huckleberry Finn," tint mitei-i change,
nml mon ohnnge with them, and the
dontliiit palace of today le much more
���Int-otnto nnd much Uimt thnn wore the
Hon 11 nn palaces of the older tim��.
They piny tn tlimmiiml*>i of pornune
each season, nml they Hive pretty aood
ahowe   Their managers, who iir�� m
Cincinnati nml Mt, L011U, mtilto flood
prollls   ou   the   Invoetineut ��� Chicago
Tribune
Psets' Thsmss.
The cynics of our time have whl.e-
wnehod mnny of the vices Poeta like
the earlier Swinburne, practically
pri. Inert lust as an esprennlon of the
love of life. Poetn Ilka Mr ttmlyiVal
tvlpllng prnetlcally prnlaed cruelty as
an expression of the love of life. Poeta
like Mr. Henley and Mr. .lohn Davidson hAve. prsptleallr prnlaeit ilrnnken-
neaa. nr vloloncp, nr oharenlty aa ett-
pioMsl'.na of too 'ove of life.-14. K.
Clioaterton In tiOtid' 1 :sewa.
Prmm* Posltiv*.
The polleeman hn.l ahot 11 fleeing
prlaoner.
"it waa an accident," he explained to
hla aupertor.
"What proof have you of thnt?"
"Why, t hit him. didn't 1?" rejoined
the aieuaert with All Air of flnHllty.���
Philadelphia I.edfet
'I For yeservn''��a
call or address
id latonnattoe
OOTJLBT,
Agent, I Up Weetmlnster.
<_aeL Oen. Pas* Agent,'
' J. WM
Oeaeral
vSSm\\am,
A turprlss, All Right.
"TVIy hiiaben-1 has promised to atli.-w
mo to choose whnt I wnnt for mv
birthday "
"Oh^ then there wlll he no surprise*
thla year."
"Yes, there wlll. He wlll tie sur-;
priced enough when ho get* tho bill."
Better Than Dying.
Teacher���Now, children, romptu-jet
the text, "Bat, drink and he merry, for
tomorrow you die." "japll ��� I'leaae,
teacher; in our family we dou't. AVe
all take castor oil next day.-Tdfe.
A Helping Hand.
Itlch   Old   Uncle-And   rommnlier,
dear, that when 1 die all that I hav*
Sis to you.   Nltee-ThanK foo, unci*,
let me give yoe mm ****** 'M<*
rper's Weekly.   < *
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she daily, news.
MONDAY, JUNE 8(
JUNE
MEANS
WEDDINGS
Lovely
AND WE HAVE
Lovely
Wedding Presents
Moray's
COLUMBIA STREET
BAND OF SWINDLERS   ;
REAP RICH HARVEST!
Using Red Cross Badges in
Appeal for Charity, Crooks
Collected $1200 a Day.
WINDSOR SALT is made in
���Canada. Cofts no more than the
cheap imported salt ��� and is much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
194 W
Chicago, June 7.���A syndicate said
to have collected hundreds of thousands of dollars on the plea that the
money would be used for the voluntary support and care of fee'ole old
.iien find women, in a series of fictitious "houses of hope'' in the various
c.Ues of the United States, is undej
investigation by detectives of the
Chicago police department.
Last night it was discovered that
the syndicate bad launched a system
of soliciting in Chicago with "crews"
of one hundred ru*en and women ope-
rating a house-to-house canvass wear-
I iug the red cross symbol of mercy,
and collecting contributions that pour
into the coffers of the syndicate $1,-
200 a day. The syndicate is said to
have operated In various parts of
the United States for the pas: six
years.
The police expect to take action in
connection    with  the concern  today.
The women in charge of the Chicago
concern   sa^d    the   money   collected
' would  be used in  supporting institutions in Grand Island.  Neb., Denver,
Colo., and Shreveport, La.   Telegrams
iftom these cities  indicate that  there
lis no such  institution there.
f. Self Rising |
| BUCKWHEAT I
FLOUR      |
��
AND |
| PURE  MAPLE j
SYRUP      I
I
8 A fine line for breakfast '$
**. 'fi
$ Self Rising Buckwheat   !������
I     Flour  35c!:!
| PURE  Maple  Syrup    |
per tin... 50c, 75c, $1 I
v
Guaranteed ;������
absolutely pure
*\j Pure Maple Sugar, per   *
GET   YOUR
SCREEN
DOORS
and Windows
early before the
flies get in.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,    New  Weatminater,  B.  C.
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH  PRICE
Paid en Den very at
Fraser River Tannery
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C
BOY TURNS HIGHWAYMAN
TO ASSIST HIS MOTHER
���
Seattle,   June   7.���Unable   to   make
a living for himself and his mother.
W. E. Smith, 17 years of age, of 3703
j t'agley avenue, started out as a highwayman last night.   He is now at the
city  Jail.    After  he  had snatched   a
, purse from Mrs. Louise Donohue, he
| was  chased   for  about   fifteen  blocks
iand  finally  run down by  two  young
i men.    He stood C. R. Lee, of Dunlap.
and Roy Sage, of 1011% East Thomas
[ street, off with a knife, and they tried
; to   knock   him  down   with  clubs   be-
fere   they  finally  got   him,   near   the
corner of  Eighth  avenue  and  Union
, sireet.      He was taken back  to  the
j Herald  hotel, at  Terry  avenue    and
.Marion street, where he was brought
��� face to face with the woman he had
' robbed.
The purse which the boy snatched
contained nearly $300. There were
two $100 bills, several smaller bills
end several pieces of gold in the hand
satchel  which he took.
. i
Ottawa, June 7.���The revenue for
May totals $6,306,270, a decrease of
91,850,000. In the first two months of
the fiscal year the revenue decreased
four and  a quarter  millions.
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The People's Grocer
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Hammocks       Baseball Supplies
Croquet Sets    Lacrosse Supplies
Rubber Balls    Cricket Bats
Tennis Rackets
J.J. MACKAY & CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
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STUDY YOUR HORSE.
If tha Animal Has Mental Trouble*
Try te Remedy Them.
To begin with, does your horse suffer
from nostalgia or homesickness? Most
hones do, and many really pine away
and die from no other cause. We can
at least, by making the poor creature
thoroughly comfortable, do all ln our
power to "give bis pain surcease" and
to make him happy and contented, for
than homesickness of tbe acute anachronic form men knows few more
wearing ailments. Is your horse's disposition sociable or misanthropic? Ton
don't know? Well, why not find outl
Does it irritate him to have bis yokemate or neighbors eating noisily and
visibly while be does? Is privacy evi
dently his preference? Very well, then,
by boards or zinc or tin or canvas shot
off both sides of his stall at the bead
so that ho may eat In peace and live
tbe Isolated life wt__��h ha prefers.
If be lays back his ean or snaps at
his neighbors or fidgets aud kicks at
the partitions, etc.. be does not fancy
company���at least at mealtimes���a__ij
he will be better, do better and (here
the pocket comes In) keep more cheaply
If you cater to bis fancy. If. on tht
contrary, a "shy feeder," let him ***
others eat: even let bim by a simple
arrangement feed from tbe same manger as one of his neighbor., which li
to be tied up short until -Master Dainty
has eaten all he will, wben, upon allowing tbe neighbor to partake, the fastidious one will redouble bla efforts te
eat Just to spite the late comer at the
feast Tbe writer haa need this plat
with many poor feeders from race
horses down and alwaye with the best
reunite.--T. If. Ware Id Outing Mag��
���lne.
Lovesick couples affect spectator*
similarly minus tbe love.
Feeling faint ls tbe stronK point of
some women.
There Is nothing particularly distin
gnlsblng about being crazy.
Some big insurance companies dont
teem to have much uae for the
brand of policies.
\*yE Have
1
TOILET
Requisites
of the best quality.
T A
MUIR & Co.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
Valuable Documents
ARE   NOT   SAFE   L\   YOUR  HOME.
WHY TAKE CHANCES WHEN YOU CAN KEEP
THEM   IN   A   SAFE   PLACE   SO   CHEAPLY ?
OUR SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS ARE POSITIVELY
FIRE PROOF, HAVING BEEN THOROUGHLY PROVEN  IN THE 1898 FIRE.
PRIVATE   BOXES   TO RENT FROM  	
   $2.50 PER YEA I.  UP.
WE   INVITE   INSPECTION.
facial, scalp, cr body treatments given .
ln your own home. Also manicuring, j
Tor engagement ring up A 339. *
The Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
WESTMINSTER TRUST ELOCK,
Next   Ryall's.
SPECIAL PRICES
On Seasonqble
Goods
Low prices on the goods you need for summer wear
will make it worth your while to purchase while you
have the chance. Read this advertisement through
and Investigate at once. Many other opportune snaps
are to be found in every section of our stores.
A Most Complete Showing of
KnittedCotton Underwear
WOMEN'S, MISSES' and CHILDREN'S
All weights are displayed from the heavy ribbed cotton garmen -.
down to the lightest weight in fine Swiss ribhed lisle. You can
choose a weight suitable for any weather and you will find these
cotton undergarments much mon. comfortable than wool.
LADIES  SPECIAL   HEAVY   COTTON
UNDERWEAR.
Long sleeves, extra full sizes, natur-
a! and white, drawers to match;    p. r
garment   35c and 40c
FINE   BALBRIGGAN   UNDERVESTS.
Worn by many people at .ill seasons.
extra fine, close and pliable. A most
perfect fitting garment. White only,
��� ich    75c, $1.00
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S COTTON
UNDERVESTS 12(2c to 50c.
Every price is shown ln a variety o'
ribbs and weights. Some have long
sleeves, short sleeves and no sleevea,
with button front, low neck, with and
without trimming on neck hand.
FANCY  LISLE  UNDERVESTS.
An excellent range of fine Swiss and English  Lials   ribbed   vesta,
particularly fine and daintily trimmed  with  nice Torchon- laoe,  with
or without .sleeves, each  50c to 85c
LADIES' COTTON   COMBINATIONS.
All sizes made without sleeves.    Lace trimmed on arm hole    and
neck;  per suit  76c te $1.25
See the Special Display  on Tables at Entrance to Main Store.
'
New
Summer Silks
The popular Polka Dot,
Japanese Taffeta, Colored Shaming, .Natural Tussore an I Pongee Silks are here In new
ings and are proving the most
popular silks in use for many
seasons. Splendid washing and
wearing qualities commend
them. All 25 to ... Inches wide,
Per yard   50c to $1.00
Washable
Dress Shields
Probably you have been looking in the past for a summer
dress shield, a shield which you
could laundry with satisfa I d
Such shields we n..\. I ...
known as *he Crescent, 1'm-dit
and Juno. Ask .<.; them ia 'he
dress goods section. Per pair
 20c to 40c
Strong Hosiery  \
for Boys
REDUCED TO
25c per pair
Sixteen dozen heavy Rll : ��� .
Host- for hoys of all sizes weie
placed on sale Friday morning,
and the lot has heen over half
(���old. The balance to be sold at
the same low price. Regular
values   30c and 35c
iJ!7al. Wash Collars
Dainty Lawn Collars with embroidery and  lace   trimming.;
dozvn in the special lot.   Regular values .15c to 75c.
Special price, each 25c
ien
Ladies935c Corset Covers
Now 25c
Lace trimmed Corset
Covers, a 11
sizes, 32 to
42, made of
fine English
longcloth.
A special
line for one
week only.
See  large window for special June reductions on
all lines of whitewear.
Japanese Cotton Crepe
Washing fabric of exceptional merit; the weai
ing qualities are worthy of special mention. Y* "
can rely upon these goods as the most servlceal ��� ���
material for children's dresses or ladies' shirtwaist
suits; width ';0 inches; colors, cardinal, reseda
navy, sky,  crcarn and white.    Per yard  25c
Swiss Spot Muslins
j are white, fine white Spot Muslins now in; B
ready sale awaits these as there has been a shoit
age for some t.me. Various sizes of spots in sevi '!
lines.    Per yard     20c to 30c
Hundreds of Untrimmed Shapes and Sailors
on sale, each 50c
The word has been given tha*. these shapes must be sold at once. These are semi-ready trimmed hats
sailors, gulateas and untrimmed .hapes in abundance. Purchase one of these at this special price, trim 1'
yourself or the millinery department will do It at little cost and you enn have a most economical knock
about outing hat at a fraction of the usual expense. See our small slew window for a few styles; e.ach 50c
Reductions of from 25 to 50 per cent, are being made on all trimmed hats.
W. S. Collister & Co.

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