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 White, amies & Co.
FiRE INSURANCE
MIrW WESTMINSTER, B. C
xr:mi i EE 128.
���NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
FLORAL TRIBUTES       FIVE YEARS IN PEN    !
KEEP MEMORY GREEN    FOR NEGRO PUNCHER
MONDAY  MORNING,  JUNE{a>_908
Eagles Take Part in Touch- Love, Lust and Liquor Play
ing and Solemn Ceremony Part in attempted Muri i a.
Fur Departed Comrades.       In Northern B. C.
ANDITS COMPEL CONDUCTOR
10 HELP IN ROBBING PASSENGERS
White, Shiles & Ca
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
TE.N  CENTS PER WEEK-
JAPANESE WANT
CHURCH PARADE       FOREIGN CAPITAl
^siai*
tit*
tdbra
yesterday was the nearest suitable
\i.... :.". Decoration laj In the
named ln memory of Get .-. s
where Lincoln made   his
day i��
States,
burg, ^UD
.   Bpeech In dedicating the
I there us a naUonal ci .1.
ing the American  civil  war,
j        .. da) iias s.nce been sacred
' ,,,. decoration of the graves of the
Lji,     Aim fell .in thai   memoi	
iii- refore the local Aer e of
I  ., , rnal  Order of Eagles    wa
itjlj justified in observing the    day
lw.li due ceremony, and carrying out
. ,   .    ,,. principle  with  regard   to
, ,.      . ��� mrades at the cemeti r is
. g lay afternoon,   There   was   ti
very large attendance at the  Eagle
lull where the memorial service was
tonducti I, many  visitors being pres
eni.   At least liu regular    mem
took part in the subsequent    parade,
Those commemorated In the   service
,,-ere  John   Newman,   James   Cash,
Thomas    .McCaffrey,    Fred  .1.   Bauer,
John Esposita,    John    Collier,    Emil
(jhris ian en,  Phillip Cota,  Robert IJ.
Puniy. Harrj   B.  Grant,  Capt.    Fred
Kogan and Fred Eastman.    Jfol   the
least solemn part of the proceedin
thi   muffled peal which sounddd
again and again as the secretary, li.
Schofleld, called the names of the departed.
�� The Service.
Rushlon's band supplied ihe music,
which was throughout ol a qulel and
reflective character,    The    president,
.;; J. Clarke; the chaplain, Benjamin Rob .. the conductor, Alexander
Matthew;  Fred ���'��� Lynch, pasl  presi
dent,and Hev. J. S.  Henderson, who
,i>.......: Lhe address, all took parf In
the service. Other officers present ln-
',.:���<. m - A. AJtchlson, vie -preal
tent; Edward Kali ii, treasurer; Join
Ca -.. inside guard; Alexand i
i. outs de guard; Joseph M. Wise
George Turnbull, Berger Wilberg,
trustees. The memorial committee
MS Fred I. Lynch, James X. Aitchl-
ton, Ali sander Matthew and Hei i
Schofield.
: officers  present  Included    A..
Swanson   \. c.  Peters, Wellesley S.
Murchle    and    E.    A.    Dalziel.    The
h'nins sung were "Rock of Ages
"Nearer My God to Thee."
Principles  of the  Order.
Rev. J, s. Henderson delivered an
ni and Interesting address.   He
:'   ��� husky    negrb    cow
,:       in        ci     on S    i i com-
���   ������ ���  "   uci I Con        . .1 ,Sepb
C;i11'. <"f Ashcrofl     .   , qi St  fivi
Smith wil]
,;   ' ���  ���' ���  ' :-  ��� ttion
:   Httin    climax   to    a    sordi I
ve, li.   and ���
Negro Dan, afti        ....       .
Great Northern Train Held Up  by Seven  Masked  Men
Conductor Holds Hat Used   as  Receptable for Valuables    Bloodhounds and Posses in Pursuit
of Daring Robbers.
Rose  of   Columbia   Lodge, I Doctor _���*&. ,kgi Kobe, Says
Sons   of   England,   Visit I    lntiux Here Is Due to lr-
Bu    . Mont, Ma y31.���A Miner spe-
u Great Falls, Mont., .-ays:
North lound Great Northern passen-
��� is held up this evening about
. ��� and a hall* from this city by
seven masked nun at L2:30 o'clock.
The train was run onto a siding bv
awntti m following his occupation of the bandits, who fired a fusliade of
'"���'��� '' inr 'ng, elected to take up hii shots up and down the train. William
res-deuce al Rislte creeK, where he Dempsey, an Augusta rancher, was
v..i.-; cm loyed .. :.i Bi .. . , D ^hol through the leg In attempting to
prit'tor of a saloon a ace,   Here' i* from the train after it had s:op
Dan  found his affinity in the  person   l>ed, and Conductor Hayes   was   com-
of a k'ootch named Margaret, a trial  Pelted by !!'e robbers to precede them
in passing through the cars, he carry
ing a hat   in  which    thi
had about them. Mosl of them deposit-
'��� i from one to ten dollai i and the
ty of the desperadoes is not believed to be greati r th tn several hun-
dri d dollars.
While the passengers were robbed,
several of the highwaymen stood
i.i ard ai the doors of the cars to pre-
-.'iii tbe passengers from leaving. The
-.ers flnallj jumpi d oft the < oaches
and disappeared In the darkness. Rain
is falling heavily and the nighl is so
lark thai no trace of the bandits could
be found, although posse*, were In pursuit within twenty minutes after tin.
outlaws had left the train.
tnarrii ge bi ing decide I upon bj    the
li No faull could be found wi h
his near wife bj thi m ro fi i everaJ
UK iths, and then the awful truth
I twned upon him. To satisfy hi r in-
hied love of liquor, Margaret was
Bt.i jing from the path of rectitude,
and had formed a partnership with
Annie Swanson, a hall breed woman
who resided at the Beecher hotel,      '   	
In order to Impress upon the Swan-   _.   ...      ���.., .     .     __.,.]_
son woman the magnitude of her of-, Uiviiian Kifle AssociationW ill i Detectives  Hunt   for   Men
fence In alienating the affections of
hla Margaret, Dan interviewed that
I irtj In the kitchen of the Bi echer
hotel, using a 30..0 Winchester as a
��� , . argument. The negro's aim was
poor, he miBsed the woman, two bullets going wide and smashing the
stive. Dan refused to pay th,: dam-j
. ���.. claiming thai the breaking of i
the cooker was accidental.
Tried at the recent Clinton assizes
on a charge of attempted murder,
Smith was found guilty and sentenced
ti live years in the p<nltentlary, He
��i:i i     ired '":' bis iv--.',    mac
kmaw suit today,
passengers j    Bloodhounds are being used to track
were invited to dump wha! cash they [the fugitives.
BETTER FACILITIES      [SEARCH FOR PLOTTERS
FOR ROYAL CITY SHOTS: AGAINST KING EDWARD
Carry Through Ambitious)'    Said   to    Have   Designs
Program Coming Season.       Against British   Ruler.
Holy Trinity Cathedral
There, was a very satisfactory attendance at the city hall on Saturday
. vi ning, at the meeting of the Civilian
Rifle association. Capt. T. 3, Annandale presided. Correspondence with
regard to the Ross rifles was read,
��� ul the secretary was able to report
hal seventeen bad now arrived Iron!
Victoria. ,
it was resolved to hold the com-
;, minus  for  the silver  salver given
. the Dominion governmenl on   the
>ur Saturdays In August, and the two
liisl Saturdays In September, and    it
WHEN ADMISSION IS ASKtULlw XtTi^it o_ -^m'.',.
  .   . shall be present.
Another decision the meeting came
ATTENDANCE SLIM AT DAME
The cil    team easily  defeated    the   ,, ,Vii;. t0 il()ki the   practices   every
Icki !  nine from thi   Columbian col   Saturday, the range however will be
and  painter':     basi   all    teams, j more at their disposal after the militia
I rai; ices are advanced.
Tin   challenge    of    the Vane i e
Rifle association  was accepted
New York, Maj 31. Details of a
search through New Vork city by Scotland Yard and PInkerton detecUves
for a band of plotters agalnsl the King
oi England, leaked out here tonight.
It is sa'd the detectives are Bhadow
Ing the movements of a    number   of
East Indians, members of the revolutionary party. , , .
'     * .: Bi'U iioaus had been cheered by     the
According to report, the Easl    in- ....
The members of the Robb of Columbia lodge of the Sons of England, No,
115, would have held their annual
parade on a Bunday nearer to Victoria
Day had It not fallen so close to the
1. [I .'. . was the case this year.
However, the Bervlte took place yes-
crdnj i ning at Hoi;, Trinity came-
dr.it which was wen filled. About
n n.'ty look part in the pa'.id', some
ii.i-i-.lhi. local members, and over
forty from Wil ber force lodge, No. 77.
and Wi stern Jubilee, No. 2.',~. Van-
r. liver, were present. The local ledge
oi the. Daughters of England turned
out to the number of some twenty-
li.e and there were also represent a-
ivs from the Vancouver women's
!..lv> The Vancouver delegation came
..ver -.. .der the direction of the district d'-puty, W. W. Hawtin.
r.rade  Well  Handled.
'i ne parade arrangements wen.
made by K. Oddy, president) H. Disney, r. P. secretary, and a committee
consisting of T. S. Oddy, 10. Saunders
and 0 Simpson, and the procession
assen bled at the Knights of Pythias
hall and marched, headed by thv
Union lack, to the cathedral. The
b/mns nseil were "All people that on
i.nth lo dwell," "The day Thou
gavi -i. Lord, is elided," and "Onward,
i bus- an Soldiers." The choir capital-
I* tendered the anthem "O Clap Your
tl.iatls Together." At a meeting held
Ktitseipiently a vote of thanks was
passed to the organist and chon, as
well as the rector, Kev. A. Shildrick.
Benevolent Societies.
The rector, In the course of his ser-
i ion, sahl he understood the order had
been in exls ence for some thirty-H\<���
years, and during that time, how many
responsible Agents.
��� to 2.   The    resulting
con   ���        ���   ������ ��� hal nioi- uneven than
���    ������",- ic'     ' pinion    uas  dale tQ be Qxed by lh|, executjv t
dlans have the sympiahy of various
Ir'sh societies, n I detectives are paying attention to the Clan Na Gael and
other Irish societies. The Kast Indians are said to be members of an
Indian home rule society and ,a Swadeshi organization of that country.
ALLEGED HORSE THIEF
CAUGHT AT REVELSTOKE
surety's work. An important feature
was the tact thai those societies *cn-
i.bied men to receive aid without il
coming as a charity, but something
lor which they had paid, and which
w.is their dues. Tin. society encouraged thrift without destroying the
independence which ought to ibe Important, and was highly valued.
"Inasmuch."
it was a greal pleasure to welcome
i i.em to the service.   The   very   fact
Among  the  visitors  to the  Russell
betel is Dr. Miller, of Ko_e, Japan,   a
, :,iniineni   medical man of that city.
Who after a short  visit to California.
wil, return to his  practice in the far
east, accompanied bj h a partner, who
nas been wintering   in   the    Pacific
Riviera,    A   News    man    sought,    hla
mows last nighl on the   Immigration
problem, an.l Dr. M Her, while natural.
!y   reticent   on   a   subject   -which,   ac-
ccrding to political predilections, takes
different colors, agreed with Mr. Mac-
kenzte  King's finding 'hat    Irreapoa-
s.iiia  employment   agencies, regarding
onlj   the dollars, were responsible for
the bulk of the Japanese cooliu labor
entering British    Columbia   recently.
The attitude of Canada generally, and
more especially this province, can lie
understood   by   Japanese   when   the
\ ery same problem arose not    matjy
months since in the introduction    ot
c heap Chinese and Corean labor    to
build a railway in one of the islands
of the Chrysanthemum land, and the
local people would not stand for it.
Japs Well Treated Here.
rrom    an   ethical    standpoint,    Dv.
.Miller was strongly against marriages
between white and brown races,    although he says there are quite a number of persons of mixed parentage in
the country, regarded unfavorably by
both races alike.    The Japanese,    he
pointed out, enjoy far greater   privileges in Canada than are permitted to
the   white   man   in  Japan,  especially
in the matter of holding land.
Financial Condition*.
Tbe proposed extension by  Russia
:)< the Amur railway came under dis-
CUSSlon, and  the doctor pointed    out
thai ii was generally recognized   that
Manchuria would be the wheat field or
Japan in the futuiu. It would true ilia.
there was a growing trade wilh western Canada In Hour and  lumber, but
Japan  with  forty     yean    of western
civilisation,  is  still  a  rice eating nation.    Tne .best  grades of rice  we reexported, and   i poorer quality Introduced irom southern China for   consumption.
How to  Increase Trade.
Trade with Japan would be fostered by a better service trom the Vancouver, declare.1 Dr, Millir. and he did
lhai  they desired to    come    showed   nol doubt that expansion would toUo***
. of peculiar Interest  that ��� - stars would
J.
I before thi m, an I he ni i
u, e of gratitude tor the
i ecause he esti < m d it   'a
honor    io   address   the
'������ i .in-.-ii.   Till then b    a   ��� n
... i ally b . n drawn to
��������� of tl ;.:   irder uni I that
'' '-     ���     Il   had    i" en,    In    16 i
1 ��� dl tlucl   reveli  Ion   to
I to iind a*iv.
1 ..... i
......
.
eua . ;,    mphas    upon
.   lived  them  oui   in    the
..;. fl, tO  I
bad    10,001   a   -
ii . ,.i       , tha   ..   ���
.' .i,
i net    eiii
.. .     ��� ,..i	
. - .  the opinion th il p   i
,    .-.   ,.
II   ��� : . on conUnulng, refei
noi ra ic c laracti r ol
I illtan also In
"Foe of tivil."
la     ict, he ���'. o 1.1 ;. ��� I
''. 0, !.. of thi title of the ord< r,
;""d as the toe Of sahery, ll    tood
:'     ��� '   ..i bonfls, ii son ,h    ���
���am.   and  fetters,    whethi r
md body, or mind, or 11 li
l:;    :- > ognlaed the Inalienable fight
��� .���  man to be tree.   The ordai
���  for liberty,  ag the foe of error,
'ition,  mental llirabioni, and of
'Shorance.   The order was also based
un opposition    to everything    which
harsh.    H0 wont on to spoak of
[""  ":ll|,i*   principles    of   Lhe    order,
''"ll-    Justice    ami    equality.    They
"' %   the foes of nil   discrimination,
|:"':"'V prejudice,   and   uncharitable
'��is of others.   The man who is
r��ng,   remarked   the    Bpealier,    for
���"''''' '���   niiHt   necessarily   be   itron)
"   evil.
un foi
. tory.
rh ig wa ud I ti    n
..   void   wa     n       ' ir i.i : oth
have  ii
. i ivays [>ut
., an i tb.
... rac  .-' .
A. younj   :.   u calling hlmseli .1
i ......     n        posed to be the
party  who under the    name    ol   VV,
. ...viiliardi   obtained possession of    a
��� i. -.   and      ���   ���  'rom  S,  n. Tb
i  .inn,  members will be admitl d,
and   li  i.   anticipate:!  that   there  will
bo :i  large number from  the oui
mi oici A quantity of routine
business was transacted. Application   '        ., ,uA   lWi) u,. .     lg0( has  .������ ���
f( r m in dp should be mad.. I ,       ,     it ;l.|( ,,      0    (,M���,.   o��
'Ir'- vv- ���'���'���'������""��� Com Bain, of Revelstoke, who
The   ' -.il.- kepi  al G.     , ., ,,.,lL,, afternoon notified   the local
:������ ^-"' ���        ". 20   Columbia i , Lha ,     ,,,,,,, ,, .    Cun
lack o ���'���  ammun i  avail ibh   i     thai
itmi thej  ii. ogirized the fact of whli b
j hi had been g| , aklng, i.e. Ihe in
fluenoe of Jesus' own example, was
'""'- |l.ehlnd their work. Tbey remembered
thai Chrisi h . i a ild thai whosoevi i
would give n cup of cold water, iu
Hlg name, would nol lose his reward,
in conolusli n he urge i them to do nil
thi tgs in pta     so thai in the end they
tin   projected  improvements    in    the
trans-Pacific service ol the c. r. R.
Finances in Bad Shape.
The condition of the country finan-
clally, as  the last budget    disclosed
���vas unsatisfactory.    Years    ot boon,
following the war had been ittcceedsA
by a depression which was showing I
���!.;  iu  tlie dlfflcalty of the poorer
- am work, , .ntre,
/ - -: hi      ..;,,., ,
e would be a ci i      ��� .    	
ed.
id ��� to mem bi i
; of     i cai
wa haw   :..
cher ' an i
fo   hai
lug the ti:
duty.
I  1,.-. nch unipin I
In dti -
The numbi      C rif*.       lotted
minster  .    oi   i  o
.    0:,  with I
rolled,   mt arran ��   I bi
for al! to gi i praclce.
BOYCOTT KING OF DENMARK
inhering that JOURNALISTS THREATEN TO
. i tha   rlncl       ��� ch hi
Th    ��� ���        ot. ideas
In io\ God,   the
, ,,. ,ho ni.. i        ' openhagen,      May
bren ie neeay,
evei ,uM  -*ar"
.
i   nding        tentiflcatlon li teci t<
i: adshaw  lefl on I he  I: i ' p.m. train
for  it' ',. , will   return   >��   a
.... prison n   row,
:'.;-.   a    ��� irs  to  havi     Fallen    .i
\..-ii.u i ii ..i plot laid tor his cap-
. ...   .,.. ��� police,  who
,    ������< . .   ence In  thai  town,
:,     fi .. "   '.   man
i mer a   Ru I in,
,. here thi i    nd    u    y had b    a
previous, offi ring    to
y.ENAl_���'-._��E_T.
A-titi) FIJI! UT PUBLIC
would  rec    e Iheir reward as God's   Inhabitants to moel  their taxes, etlH
faithful s,      mis. ! .���(. a be i, ���     ...r,-e.   The financial crisis
laah  fall in the United States had Iti
important Influi nee on the situaiiou in
he lind of the Mii.aio. and then* 9 ��s
little tuonej for dlsbumemeab-.     The
iii- of inil'!ai-\  and naval extron-
dlture to keep Japan In the front, r.-e-ik
of tho towers was telling    with    tar-
I        < (feet on the ecomonicul cm-
-,i' Ion io)  the i ''.miry.
Willi��thu advent of June, the   con-
i warm wi    b . ... the past few
. ���   its and :.ii- li a ���    '...no i t vi ning .
n uSil all.'     n   i a   i    ,     ,'.','   are    dallj
Ul '.it'll'   i.i i I .        '    UCI nun:; the  Ul ���
���   ol e\' ni i    ii md ' mcerl   I bl
.ri.',   I  a. : ll!     inipi i 'rs.on     being
Fredi rick,
of Denmark, and l he
ill  him  the outfit    al  a  rea tonal li
'I'.ui-i'.   Thi  farmi r nol Ifted 11 iiii i .
I i���m to  replj   lo   the  '
h ie time notlfj Ing the
; ��� . Istoko ,. i   a.': ter t.i detain  any
PAKib .THICKEN REFUGEES
kii'aii l lyiiKiSH MASSACRE
��� 11 men i alon , i hi   line proved  ki
i ihclui ive ; .lu  th    pi .a Mioiihi    ...
illowed dm lug i be remalndei ot   t lu
'���"  everj   un     ������"' r.���n'Bh nress have reached a dead "rson applying for mail addressed to    B  '   ""
,i(),vl,   or sacrl    ���               essen-   t-an.sn press navi i< .u     ia summer^ oi  until aboul  ���������__ ninidle ,,;
aovtn, oi  sat                                                     of hla majesty     refusal to thai   party.    Curry requested  another
.    Ti,.,| ,,,,..,, ci   emi     .na. oi ni., ma.i ,������,.,,          ,,         i I September. No active steps have   een
""' " , ���  .,,.,.,,..  continue   K.���:;  Christian'    pollcj    .     man to Inquire tor letters a id'.-sei                	
row
i'h-v  ri     .de .  ���
"a,        ��� ' I    to"
, as still living, and In union
.    , tutil  I i     ji Bnowed
,. , passed I giving full reportsOl the
ri   tffu
fhe inst Mute   of   Journalists   h
taken up the matter and   when King
'���" 'hem In theii   work.    As   they returns from his trip to the I  ."",
,, ..,.ii,.a 1,.11-v Into the li ! >t, am   looked , ' '
''���"h"'1 k,,L "" '    :    .    .     so.iil, the president and secretarj  ol
oui it'ioibv.!,.,!,.-..-   "M-i'i. 'hat I        |nBUtute wu]  mtUm    aml   (V
,,,.,��� tt,���l; -jjey Bhowed regard fo. U�� |)j;if lh(. (jl(, Mght, ,���. ���._,������.,,
esent.
At the Cemetery,
asslon then  rt-foriii' il.
and
If Frederick    retuses,   every   Copenhagen newspaper   wilt   boycott   the
'-���"��' l"-'"^""1 '"":l ''7';;;;,";   ,'ourt and  will  no. pnblUh a line of
proci eding at a slow pace to th, ceme   ^ ^ about ^ rorIncon)ing mt   0t
S t I A'���   I ,    V ��� ii * 11
idled,     lhe
tery, by way of Cobmibla
the   cemeteries   were   rei
paves of the twelve departed   ��-������.-
vlalted, and   beautiful   wreaths
to his n mi". The obliging friend wus
immfediatelj placed under ai rest ou |
Inquiring al the post off oe wlohe . a
i li gram hi Ing forwarded here to thai
Deiective Brtdihaw lefl for
of ! Revi Istoke on i-'iiday, but a later
message notified hlm thai the wrong
man had P. en arrested, Howevvr,
through the assistance of the first
man arresled. Curry was discovered
and placed under lock and key pending his transfer to this city.
and
on   the
Railway Catastrophe in Egypt.
Cairo,  Egypt, May 31.���An express
bouquets   of   Mowers   placed
tulfed  mounds.    There  wa��    an  im- ,,..,, ... ,
. ���ns itherlng of   onlookers   at the J train from Alexandria to Cairo colli*!*
''    Btevy   ...id a? the slow procession jej with a freight train at Kuesna eta
tl,,.   walk-   on    their , t'on yesterday evening.   Two persons j yesterday, $6,000,000 was pledged   tor
���ibl'c Jhowed svm- Iwere killed and six were seriously and  this  purpose.    Japanese contributing
To Develop Japan'* Water Power.
taken ns yet, either by the city band
ir  other musical ag regatlon, with
aid   to   furnishing   music    during
itie present  and forthcoming month!?
i Ti,,. oouoei'ts given Weekly on Albert  Cresci'iil   last  year   were  largely
let.ended, the slope being dotted with
liutit.ieds of people on every occasion.
That open air concerts would be
equally well received this season is a
foregone conclusion, judging by the
number of Inquiries heard daily con-
ciping Hie probability of these treats
being again forthcoming this year.
���t is  probable  that  a  communication from the city band wll| be for-
Tokyo, May 31.���The   development U a-(Vd to the council shortly asking
ol the water power of Japan has 'been
undertaken by a Japanese-Bngllsh-
Amerlcan syndicate.    At   a    meeting
moved    along
solemn duty, the
. h* "-no'i" d..*B ttoio whom tbey were |*,.n.het!<  Interest.
r.tno slightly injured.
; half ot the amount.
for im appropriation to defray the ex-
I ens. a of giving Concerts on Thursday evenings at Albert Crescent. The
Tie t'on .of Saturday evening concerts
cn (i Tumble street will most likely
le lal-fn un at the same time.
Athens, May 81.���A body ot panic-
stricken refugees from the Green i_r
1 and of BamoB who have arrised here
iBperl thai eighty women and children
were slain, by TurklBh troops dnitag,
ihe day's fighting at Vathy, the capital
of the island. Tbey declare also that
the troops tired persistently on .he
foreign consulates. Thv. refugeea are
kill Creeks, and as they have an In-
lorn hatred of the Turk their statements are accepted here with considerable reserve.
Japanese Feel Chinese Boycott..
Hongkong, May 31���The anti-Jnpuh-
ese boycott continues. The effect upon
Japanese firms in Hongkong is incoming serious and some of them mr*
seeking cheaper premiaee. Tho Japanese steamship Ten Yu has
.���om this port empty. Anetf
foods are being imported "j
irovement to tetter natt'
.s'. ccoming atrentw.
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'i 1908.
Hugo  Munsterberg.
Professor Hugo Munsteroerg, of Harvard university, who has long
been more or less of an international Influence, both through his
position as an educator and through his published writings, was born
at Danzig, Germany, dune I, LS63. He was graduated from the gymnasium in thai city in 1882, attended the University of Geneva, was
graduated from the University of Lelpsls in 1885, and from tlr.* Uni-
versit*. of Heidelberg In 18S7. He was an instructor In philosophy al
the Universitj of Freiburg rrom 11.87 to 1891, and since is.:, he has
been professor of psychology at Harvard university. Dr. Munsterberg
has written i score Of volumes and about three hundred essays and
articles. Ho Is a friend of the German Emperor and has done much
to Increase the good f cling between Germany and the United States.
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STOPPED THE QVATIOM.
mioliar.l    W.irarr'-    I . . iiHur   F.XO*w*>
rpof In   1 Ifnna.
Wben Wagner was at the height of
bL. popularity he risiti . Vienna.  Bai-1 f
em vo". Beast then c!   ncellor of the
amplr* wa.., informed that tlie Proa
Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found
One box Witch Hazel toilet soap
with 2 packages Royal Crown
Soap for   ....      50c
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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
I ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
Reickentack I
COMPANY, l;
mi ted
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WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
j RUTC H E
For Sale ���:��� Io Rent -:- Etc. |!���
���Ln. party Intended t'1 give him an lm-
LOST���Ponj   with saddle and  bridle.
! FOR SALE.....
���teas,   serenade�����   serenade   which     Finder please advise P. Pilgiano, B.
would have the air ~_ German protest i    C. Distillery.   Reward.
against the tendency oi the ministry to j _____.^______________
make the union of Hungary and Aus- WANTED���Situation at once as plain
Wa more intimate. The demonstration I ooo!. or general; good references
promised to arouse strong feeling. Iro...   Kn,luhl      AppIy  ..IV-  Da
News  office.'
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'Your excellency Is warned." said
tbe chancellor's advisers, "lt Is lmpos
���Ible to stop this manifestation un!e*��
Wagner goes away, and he loves ova-
Clous too well. Nothing will induce him
todf-M'-t."
���Vou thin:, se," said Beust with ��
twite.
An hour later Wagner was iuvite-i to
Son "frith tlie chancellor. He was tlat-
teed br the Invitation and accepted It
After dinner, at which P.ertst was de-
dghtfully* affable and entertaining, th��
abancellor remarked; "Herr Wagner,
���re you Interested in autographs? 1
have some very curious ones to -ho****
feu." And he opened a portfolio where
were letter-, of Palmerstoa, Bismarck.
Kapoleou III.. Heine and others.
Suddenly turning bo a paper, i_a:ed/
lSHaS, he said. ��� AU. look at this. It la
rery curious What would your Cries*!
his highness the king of Havana say 'rf
tbl.< paper, which would be significant
tn connection with the political _er��
aade which the Germans are _roin^ to
give you, should If published tonor
row iu the Vienna papers)"
Tbe composer examined the pape>
and recognised, with surprise, aa old
proclamation of one Richard Wagner
who, :::-. :;rdeur rerolnttaalst In lS-iS
tvui ; nposed to the youth of that time
.'o set :'.:���_ tai ;he palace of the king ol
Ca_t*ay. lie sen his autograph &n._
it a. It might he the means ot getting
tsir.i    11 se-t-<us trouble.
"Ve.. ���������-.- ...s. ij || not Herr Waj-
���aer." slid the minister.
'���   -."��� ' .-.   us, your excellency,*" <�����
jp-Ke,. hlsgnest
The ������.'_.-. rn irning Richard Wa.jnu
left Vienna, recalled to Balrenth 'ay
���_"S*nt o esaa ���Stran I Vegnstea
A TREE OF ILL REFUTE.
Th.-  Kr^��h  .luii-r  of  ihr   I pa.  Acta o��
���   Dradl.    1'tiivin.
Aa e-rtl --p'.::.i:. o has ions been
twri_.. bf :'... opes tree Ani arts toxf-
carij, wbi I _- - - B :..-���> aud other Best Ind i stands. It is s:.:i a
��Er.i_ :- t 1 rda _; ng with-
l__ tbe   intoencc   tf   ts  ; tisoooos vapors bestai:.---.       I tbat It U Ca-
I WANTED ��� Two   experienced   wait-
esses. Apply  Manager. Astor Grill,
Vancouver.
WANTED���Furnished room, with good
conveniences; with or without
brea.atast and supper. S'ate terms.
"Z. R.." care Daily .News.
SCOTSMAN���Aged 33, well educated,
energetic, thoroughly reliable, excellent reference, Canadian and old
country; will e glad of any kind of
work.    "Scot.'   Daily  News.
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deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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FOR SALE���Baby buggy, nearly new
and in good condition. Write P. O.
Box 3S4, City.
FOR SALE���S.x room modern house,
full sized basement, on een_en:
foundation, on one of the most ���
beautifully situated lots in the city, I
it being the third lot east of Sixth
Btreet on the. north side of Fourth
avenue Price 12500; terms. J,'.- ]
cash, balance :o suit purchaser
Look through this house and ii :
favorable oi :t write me an:
1    w*.���'.      . .     r. on    you.    Th. s. V
Hen/ T Ha*.-.:s street.  Van
couver.
On  Princess street,  near Sixth    vreet   car
pu.-cnase an inside iot at suburban  prices,
Terms $25 cash and $10 per month.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
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P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Real
Estate
Pbon* 307
Fruit Ranches
Ten acres convenient to town-     All   slashed;   no   '      I   :���-    _, ;
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonable terms
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain  r   i
two room  house;   small  garden and c/hicken house uo
soil and good  water.    Price $1200.    Reasonable tei
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
COAL
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
WANTED���Girl tor    restaurant we:
A. . :,-   :.  :.:... .- |  s   i ���:.-.:-:. Coiu.::.
street.
WANTED��� L:.;.: e���_.:;*���! yment in .:
ero md . - t sh . ;dns clerk by
stead st       ay. reliable   man;
..--.ow;    -'     of    bo kkeepius.   A;.; ".;.
E.Z.." Box ..���. city.
WANTED���Gill    for    sen^r.!:
���vor-.     Apply G., Daily Ne.*..
LOST���Between Central Par., and th.
I.  O.  O   F.  cemetery, brown cloth;
overcoat.   Litem] reward for return]
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
MAYERS y PRESTON
B   E   V.*..:.KER.  President
ALEX.   LAIRD.   (Jete..*   Manager
P. O. Oox   3-4 5
'Pi-cne   105.
A GE.N'ERAL   BANKING BUSINESS  TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
OFFICE: FROftiT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. -  - HEW WES
tve'y  facdity  afforded   Farmer* for   their  barking   Dusmess.
cash<a   or taken   for collection.
Sales   Note*
S.S.   RAMONA KMMiWE
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
to Dai'.y New.  Office.
ta]  _aV  mtweh    r  tat*  to  rest  be>
aeiii ::* siiido.   1: >.��et_-.'. *<     rtaln   ���������������	
thus  riin:* I       -  tson   Itj iVBSTMINSTER Realty and Era
e&i::-.-; & ~ i::'- -.. stuc-.v w_. j
a_T-- "a   :':.-:   -.. . - er:.-ia  SOS.vpti-
bW  peraaaa .      than  Are -:aa_-
feciei Ti>* . . > -;. - ts in .
^ U.C1 _. et -_^<:_._: e u-*d hy t_.r��
Dyik* ef B-.rue.*> ..: ; . -. ag *.*.-_
f --_. r  :--:-
Iz *_:._�� pneeaa .-.. _..- a. - ^ -.:-,.,j��
ia th* bufc ty'. Qm :r^% and the n: '_y
exndit:;c.   eaUeeM   ea   .*. ��� .'.
aad i-1>i *->: :_, - . ...������ ���; ea
���rer .-. _:^ ���_-::: _ :; _ Lewi ~^
Is  :-*':     I:  :*- .>>.-���   - .-   ... p:
���*.__���--���_. deteri.-r-it:-.- r..! whea r>_
q**cL-*._  f?r r:��* if L- a :_.'._;
>*��;--  *r-.xm  :t* fatee ef   th^i" root
* 6S>Cf>.
th^  U~-�� L.\ v-r-i   :*.:.. *.-   :l\::,t* *_.i ' '
i-lr->-l    *"*���-**�� .*��� ���
NANKING   BV   MAIL���Deposits   __>ay i>e male or withdrawn cry mail
Jiu-of-.jwa accounu  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANC H���H. P.  DAVIDSON. M&nager
ent  agency, C-?6 Columbia street.   **
���'"---���-��� :   ..   and   female help  to
. v..  at -hon notice, and fre<
.-.      | :. me tSM; P.O. Bx   ..
3T -Pair of soid  ri__.rr.ed    glass -
een op. ra boose aad err.- r ol
srst    a:::    Th:r:    streets,    F    let
retura to News office.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Department ot Public Works, Canada
ats  retrtauMi at    is:    Auckland
���ween Tenth and Elevearh   Tenders   Por   COAL
ta.    Keep  toll  supply of :::oi-
	
as;.   i��-.-..-.   :_.   ;:. -   .-.:     ;���.;��� i     rvr.    ���	
Mr* -> ss^i le ttmpatj leh  ar with   p Vr'M HANC>;
scr-. ���---   >r '.ec_.*>5 ;���_   .   ._��:*..-��� -a_�� of skilled .md
SEALED TENDERS.
Re lo: 141, group 2. Ne* Weatminater
district
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
the above property wi.l be issued to
John S. Rob9on on the 13th day of
June, 1308, unless in the xean'.ime a
valid objection thereto be rnavie '.o me.
:n writing by a person or pera i -
.iaiming an estate or Ini rest tl
in. or in any par*, thereof.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District Reg-.s.rir of TUtt -
Land  Registry Office, New Wes-mra
ster. B. C. 1st May. I ��� J
SAW  Mil LP       ^r..\^c^u il.mj_.iu,   addros^ei    to
and comnwo  labor    sup-   '-he undersigned and eadorse.1  'Te..dr
Orders - Betted      -    laaj*01 Coi-   '"'il!   be i******   a:   *��
*->*e ��ir.< _re _��..de from -._-.-    I I   Be  Emp-Oynteat  Agency. 50C Cor-: Rv--d*:'t Engineer's Office, New West-
'a__2i> .:*:_��� c^f -.ne pilni leaf and are    -.   . ���.   -x-.jt   Vancouver   R C     Ph'ne  minster, B. C. up to noon Of Tueada "
2��;i*" 'Z; .:'��� ���'-:~~* i >rr--.;3'    ������'-������ -^ *���* "st, for the supply of coal       The  ?crsoa  or  r.r,:,Q.   aav;ng    ���
^> ^"'"   '"       k-ttia*   nMMFtuprpu-   .-VEN-lNCS-  ^^^^^^^^S^-^   tbeir  custody  or  poMo.   the   toU
.~ 1  .i.,u,..  c.a.-ics . jl:riC5 .jje current fiscal
mtkeaullea    Rna Wt. cry.      *:.- March. 1909.
The eoal must be a BriUah Columbia
���'.:*: Of appro-fad quality, lump, aud   ��TTXSt Grau
j be delive.-el ia such quantities as may ;    conveyance in   fee.
N�� req*_:rri.    Coal for the Snag B   . j   g   ro3^0N
I "Samson" la to   be   ddtoared   and
stored la ibed on   tire   Qoverameal
Regular  sailings  teraveen
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK.
calling at Hammond. Haney, I_angley.
Mission ani way ;��or: .. with passengers and  freight.
I_eaves Brackman & Ker wharf.
New Westminster, Tuesday*. Thursdays and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves  CbttUwack Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   6.   C.
R.   WHITMORE.  Secretary.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKI.VG TO    AND   PROM   ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD C '��� v
CAN BE ARRANGED AT IT-M 0'
HCE.
Next    saiiings    of   thi ���" *
M_y ...
For other dates       '   .
apply to
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C. P  *'. .-*-*'0'
NOTICE.
or blowp4* ��i rh '."i j.tvHi: .a.ven
*r e_jtht feet .r. iencth *nd bas *n In-
ttraal diameter at abo^t one^juarter
tech. .\ bird str^a'k by >>ae af tbeae
���ttl-e darts Is instantly killed, and a
gig   dies   in   atwat   twenty   minutes
Tbe  firsh   ttdee
ef   the   cpus   tree.
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OOKSLETS
King __%._ard
year ending ��� said property are raqueeted to deliver
the same to the undersign*?-!:
i-sth  July,   1*90���Louis    WOBe    to
���teketeer swaQawed or inj*cte<l into
tS_e bleed, acts ta ��� violeat p-.-'iva.
i��i:s*.r..- coavalateM aad death.- -Cbi-
��ag*.*> New*.
Tr��pp*d by a  Pictjr*.
A Uaacaitea bur>tiar. wbo was one*
a j-a.titer of CHUlMaiaMa repute, waa
������Mack ������g  a  house  vbaa  be  eaaM
���crvjs.s tbe ;H��rtMtt ef a very beautiful
jrouus woruau whii-h bad b*ea left un
���o.sbe^i t y the artist. He btfaa to .-Hid
tlae nu.sbics t.vjches ta tbe picture l td
���sh d-scwerevi bard at work by t'a*
amwmSt tt the bouse, wbo prouitM.y sent
foe the poi ice.
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE   NOW   ON   SALE   AT
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE.
J   G. GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
F.  MACKENZIE'S  DRUG   STORE.
>?r C. E.
Tea Easy.
Miss Cicero Hate is aa e\atnr>l* for
T*u. Willie. A boy skates two miles tb#
Orst d.iy. three m.Us the second day.
four miles tbe third day - W.:i;����
Shiu*Ws: i could bent dat exaaiple wui
oot balf tryiui.���Stui'.b's Magastaa
Wharf   New   Westminster     Coal   for '
the  Dredge  "King  Edward     -,s   to bad
Jei.vered   tl .ngsi.ie   the    Dr-_-iga    a:
New Westminster, on scows tern shi
..*���   the  Department of  Pubi.c  Works. '
���he  f-itiag to be done by  the Con-
::a '?r
Tb^ iowest or any tender wil!   not
--..r-.'.y be accepted.
G.   A    KEEFER.
Resident Engine. -
R-^i-a. Engineer's Office. New Wee.
minster. B.  C . !��-- May   :��� -
Robson.
Applicant.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
T*n>   door,   from   Co.  Adam..   Grocer
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ADVERT Sh
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E      DAI'Y       NEWS
tf You've LOST Xaythlng.
tr      A0VKRT1KB      t��
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THE      DAILY      NEW
If VOU War. i Situation.
Ladies'Go! _ Wa'?-e��  trotr,  1*12.75 1 p
Gen'>men's   Stiver   W_-cae3.   open
race. $6.00.
Gentlemen's Si'.-.er War-?nes. iocbl*
case. $740 up.
Agent for the <'.-'*:.atei South FU*-n.
Watches, su; tie | to the Weinac
Arctic liaatUfaat.    \u vanaatad
Chains. Rln#?. Jewo.ry. oca. ��te
[ Watch   repai-icg.    rnarsee   rtason
a bla
Tender* for Building Fi*nerie* Cruise
for British Columbia.
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The time for receiving tenders fori
the British Columbia Fishery Cruiser'
wiil   be extended  from  the First    of
May until the First of June next.
F. GOURDEAU,
Deputy Minister of Marine ani
Fisheries.
Ottawa. April 22nd. 1908.
J. HENLEY
afannfactorar of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Abated Wate-?,
Family trad* a specialty.
Tel% n3_ Office   Eight ��treet
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   *&   C
Westminster
Transfer Co
OQce 'Phon-  185.
Colun*-.a   St-eet
Baggage   deliver- '���
any part cf the
Light and Heavy Haulinj
���OFFICE���TR*M  DEP-1"
Northern
If'tc
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dail>
Travelor. the :   t.-cs
"NORTH COAS
EUctr   Kghteduais    '   - "���    "
Qoidl Tir.-.e. Hv      -' -'"L,?-
New York, Chicago.
Toronto. St. Paul
AN_i ALL H IHia BAST
Steamship   tickets   ez   t--
European points
special    Rrfluced    Kj:-��    ^���'-'���3      r>
Rates   to   liwl��tr*a   C*    M*"
.  ..
For f_ :   cfo*Tna��on t
C F- LANG. OeBa��   U   *  .
m BaatteceSt. Vaa*��i����. f
A. D CBAH.TW mondav,
JUNE 1, 1908.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having- a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time
===== The ==========
ROYAL BANK CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors
INTEREaST ADDED .1 TIMES A YEAR
Put your money whore it is accessible when you reouire  it
BANKING BY MAI], ,\ SPECIA TY
START NOW-DON'T DELAY
New Westminster Branch.      f#  g    LYL-F    M
TRY...
The latest Thirst Quencher
&
At
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES   TESTED   FREE
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
Bank of Montreal
ESTAHLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
6'��nches throughout Canada and New toundlend, and In London, England,
New Vork, Chicago and Spokaue, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A Gen-
eral Hanking Business TransSc  >rt.
Letters of Credit issued, available wltL correspondents in all Darts ot the
World.
living. Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four timesa year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Men's Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, 3-4 size, hemstitched,
10c each, 3 for 25c
Men's
High
Turn-
Over
Collars
All shapes in Turn Down and Wing Collars
15c, 2 for 25c.
FANCY HOSE,  patterns, checks and stripes
35c, 3 for $1. CO.
Boys' Leather Belts 25c.
Men's Leather Belts, 25c, 50c and 75c.
Balbriggan Underwear 50c the garment.
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Royal
Yeast
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MOST PERFECT MADE.
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TORONTO, ONT,
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PRESENTED COURT
Experience of an American at
an English Royal Levee.
A RAPID TRANSIT FUNCTION.
TME
S. Wardrobe Clothier
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W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block. Neva Westmlnsf-r, B. C
i\ 0. Box   ITI.        Tel.  53.        Ite
Estimates   Submitted.
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emove An  Eyesore
out and disgusted. We have a large
snd easiest ball bearing mcwers yet
your critical  inspection.
Nothing gives a bright residence a
ijreater setback than an unkempt, neglected lawn. And, yet! What is more
pleasing than a well kept greensward.-
A little attention will reward you
with a Beau Brummel garden, instead
of one looking for all the world like
a  dirty, tattered, listless  Hobo.
When you purchase your> lawn
mower, get one that will respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn
variety in stock, including the latest,
invented,  and   we   respectfully  solicit
. .Westminster..
IRON WORKS
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Fences,   Crest-
ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
We have garden tools and implements
the most fastidious, ard economical buyers,
supplies.
in  stock calculated to  satisfy
Also an extensive stock of Bee
MAIL CONTRACT
r. J. TRAPP   & CO.
He Was In and Through and Out Before Hc Really Realized What Had
Happened���The Way His Difficulty
About   a   Costume   Was   Overcome.
A six foot American who hud 9*
ruled a "command" to one of the __ng-
llsh royal levees recently found l-tru-
self in a pretty predicament
On his notification paper was; tlie
liiut that levee dress was indispensable. In the guileless Innoccuee of hi��
democratlc soul the American took tills
to mean that frock coat and Shiny
shoes would be called for.
He was In the net of looking over lils
best outlit of that natuie when a more
experienced friend called and caught
him in the act. The friend made hast*
to Inform the misguided Yankee that
levee dress involved silk stockings,
ni r led sleeves, black sword and other
Iteins.
Consternation ensued. It continued
to ensue wlieu owing to his height and
girth no borrowable suit >was discovered and no tailor could be found who
would make one before the next afternoon. At last a stage levee dtess wW
rented from His Majesty's theater,
where it had done duty in "The l_asrt
of the Dandles."
After the levee was over the American confessed that he hardly knew
what had happened. When he reached
tin. palace be was first surrounded by
the yeomen of tbe guard, who started
hlm upstairs with great dispatch. Is
tlie course of bis progress upstairs tbe
yeomen disappeared, and he found
himself In a lane of tin plated life
guardsmen.
Again the scene changed, says Town
| and Country, and there was a lane of
I royal footmen and next a large room
j filled   to  overflowing  with  admiral*
generals,   diplomats,   peers,   churn ber-
lidns,  soldiers and  sailors of all de-
i gives   of   commissioned   rank   and   ���
great host of men attired like himself
! In levee dress.  One by one tbey were
I singled out and ushered Into the royal
presence In the adjoining room, where
i stood the king surrounded by his suit.
The work of presentation was so
! rapid that the American found himself
I out and ln another room before he
I knew what had happened. His over-
. coat wns on his back in the same
; rapid, mysterious fashion, nnd the
' next thing he knew he wns outside ia
i the courtyard. But he was actually
'���presented" and is now forever Hot
I fr.hlg. or eligible for presentation at
; any court In the world, provided he b��
! haves himself.
i All this was preliminary to the pree-
! eniation of the man's wife and daugb-
! ter at tbe drawing room. Men nre pre-
i sented at the king's levees, and the
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmaster-General, will be received at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday, the Nineteenth June, for the con-
��� __.   >_  ������_. ���    ___.ii               women undergo the same ordeal at tte
veyance ol ills Majesty s Mails, ou a I ���  _ AJ��� ���   ������,���,.  _-_
proposed contract for four years, six
Limited
HARDWARE,   ETC.
COLUMBIA  STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE  NEWS
iV-.W WESTMINSTER ERANC   H
'_��. D. BRYMNER, Manager
Grand Trunk Ry.
_______
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
WHEN GOING EAST
, ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE'*
i
1 night Trains Every Dav tn the Ye*.
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
THE TRAIN OF FAME
.    ,, -THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
And all the principal business centers of | Embodi��� the newcst   a���d best ideas
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAUI-  for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
TIME PROVINCES. 'and   LUXURY.    It is  lighted  with
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and  both   electricity  and  gas;  the  most
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.| brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
For Tim* Tables, etc.. adfiress       > world-     Tn��   equ'pment  consists   of
\ private   compartment   cars,   standard
GEO. W. VA-* | rf section sleepers, luxurious dining
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket I ****. mUning chair cars (Mat. free),
!    Agent, 186 Adams St.? Chicago. 111.      ��n-d��rn  day  coaches  and  buffet,  U-
. .brarjr end smoking cars.
I ��� -H    For Time Tables, Folders, or any
I further information call on or writ*
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. W_��h
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
FRASFI RIVER TANNERY
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
Trains & Steamers
i
C.P.R.  MAIN LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
: 15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster    10:25,,
| 12:45. 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives    12:45, |
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
j Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
j p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC���v-NCOUVER.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
;6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lt. Vancouver for Westminster et
;5:50. 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
| V.. W. ft Y.���VANCOUVER
Lt. N. W. 3 p. m. and t:IS pi U.
, Lv. VancouTer 1.35 a.m~ sad I p.m.  ,
60  VIAf-V
KXPIRIENOI
Anyone **Jtti
quleklr esesr
lavMiunn M -
Mon*---itthr
tent trc*. Oil
_���_���___.
Tradc Marks
Dcaiem
COfWIOHTtAe.
��� .Met. snddooeriMioi- ���n
cur oplnloa trf ���*��*****,**
rnftnii it
��'.tent. o tfilwrt'KinaJ.TS^tlostfe
Uw_ta.no.tM, wHa.oatri.i_f, to the
Scientific JfeKrtcaii.
A htndiO-Mljr Ulutnted waenlr. LtrgwS ���*��-
cuIuuod 'it may Mteuilfio Journal Terms tot
Canaan,**.%* y.*t,VMtg. prepaid.   Sou tt*
-U uewmlMkr*.
Jmma ooasTlB F aw W��_-i__too, ft c,
courts or drawing rooms, which are
by far the more Imposing functions, lt
Ik probably no exaggeration to say that
ever}' time a drawing room ls held
��100,000 ls spent by the people who g*
I _r> court.
I None but a very old habitue of the
. court���and then she ls never below tbe
rank of a countess���would dream ot
ap.iearlng at court ln a costume that
ahe had worn there before. The item
of flowers alone is one of vast Importance. If it were not for the drawls*.
the post office ot New Westminster ��� p^^ ^ large floriat_i could not i
Every woman who is presented
times per week each way, between the
proposed post office at Dundonald and
Gilley Station, B. C. Electric Railway,
during the Postmaster-Genoral*s pleasure.
Printed notices containing    further
Information as to conditions of   pro- |
posed contract may be seen and blank
forms of tender may be obtained at I
and from Mr. J. Wollard at Dundonald,
and at the office of the PoBt Office Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD.
Post Office Inspector
Post Office Inspectors   Office,   Vancouver, B. C, 8th May. 1908.
aoe^v
iOf'b
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & fl. SheppardRy. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
at least a pound, end some of them are
worth ten times that sum. Then there
are tbe bookmakers and the hosier* and
the milliners to consider, to eay nothing,
of the people who lend carriages.
Suppose there are at a low estimate
500 people on the presentation list. Od*
these every mother's daughter baa
self photographed in her court
tome, and London court p__Mograp_-8r__
are notorious for their stiff prices.
Bt. James' park on the night of ���
drawing room is filled with London
ers who wander up and down the doo-
i Me line of carriages stalled In the man,
pettrlug Into the windows and critics*
lug tlie costumes of tbe matrons aad
their debutante daughters. It la A
legitimate privilege of the populace to
The only all rail route between all
ooiiits east, west and south to Rots-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great I
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. coneldor those waiting for presentattn*
& N   Co ' us objects of interest, and there ttln^
Connects at Rossland with the Can-' lntt*r have,tl�� *��� "*** of ^ OWr
.dian  Pacific  Railway for  Boundary   *" V���* "" ***��   ��*T5
Creek oointa don's etttsens.    \ou see half a
-     v d ,,    '    ,__.  ahopglrle flattening their
Connects at    Meyers    Falls    with  u,e window of a motoi brougham and
<tage r"-.ily for RepuM.r. carrying on a rapid flre convenatha.
Buffet   service  on  trains  between. about the drese of milady end
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,
'OOt.
Leave
4,ao a.m.
a.as P-m.
v.40 a.m.
November   10,
Day Train
... Spokane
... Rossland
...Nelson .
H. A.
Arrive
��� MS P-m.
.4.10 p.m.
 6.45 P>n*t.
JACKSON.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
tor CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
sunday) carrying passengers, mall,
���xprees snd freight connect with
tage* at Carcross and White Horse,
aaintaining a through winter service.
Pot information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
.Vancouver. 1. C
! daughter Inside. ���<*
"Ain't she beootiful. Mary kmsT* m
\ "Wot do yen think ot thia unT Oi 1
! like 'er gown at all."
All this has to be borne with
j tan fortitude so long aa there la
; rowdyism; bat, strange to eay,
j never le.
j   A good many people star-re
selves for months so that they
i their offspring may have tlie money to
\ enable them to go to court Thar* a*s
many half p*y colonels who live to
the country whoee one object la to
come up for a drawing room.
Generally they have Influential aad
wealthy friends who make It eaay tor
them In the matter of lodging In tetem
and lend them their horaea, carrlagan
and footmen; otherwise It would be Is*.
possible for them to go. There eoeaS
to tie a tradition that If a man'a rtaogk-
ter haa not been presented at court
her way to a successful marriage wtn
not be so smooth. That of conree li d
faltaey, but the tradition never ****%
and so people stint themselves awl ��_��>
dure endleee ^aerifleaa thnt they
put the hall WHt m tt_H__N_v��S
their offering, .^
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t:te daily news.
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|   THE DAILY NEWS
Puiilished by the Daily -N'ews Pu. -
fishing  Company.   Limited,   at   their
offices,  corner of   Sixth   aud   Front
streets, -N'ew Westminster, B. C.
��..  A.   Paige Managing   Director
MONDAY. JUNE  1.  1908.
MINISTERIAL PERIGRINAT.ONS.
The tour of Premier McBride and
Hon. Dr. Young through the Bonthern
interior of the Provinoe, taken with
so much trepidation, is now claimed
ta i>e an immense success, politically,
la advance it was declared that this
tear was taken in the Interests of tbe
country and Its one essential was to
the sweating system.   It haa published
:he labor gazette which iu consider^
letail  leals with ia.or conditions
ami matters o: In u-esl to labor men
11 the country.
"It has Increas, . ��� .vni lax ou
tbe Chinese aad has managed so wisely that it has settled tie grievous
question of Oriental immigration so
... to protect the wesi and not lose
the friendship of Ja ian or give the
annoyance of Great Britain.
"This is bul a small portion of the
tl or legislation passed by the present
administration. The government has
always studied the interests of ihe
i. or people. It has not been afraid
o act when action was necessary. It
is allied to no association hostile to
labor Interests such as the Canadian
Manufacturers' Association. It is' the
party friendly to the labor interests."
if the McBride Ministry is so wrap-
; ed up in the labor interest, why did
Legislature in ways thai were absolutely under its control ? Echo answer., Why ?
be, that it was to   �� non-partisan in
its character, end Liberals as well as :, tvaj0 the opportunity to do, of its
Conservatives wore asked, because of own voiiMon. something in their In-
Lhis plea, to join iu giving these public terests, during the last se.-sion of the
u.rii a public reception, and counsel
���a.Ui them as to the needs demanded
by the rapid development of this section of the Province. This turns oui
to be a ruse t.i get a crowd. Doubtless the fear of meeting the Conservatives alone, and explanations being
demanded by the party, tor the nou-
(ttlfllm-ent of the Premier's pre-election promises, caused this strati gic
move, in any case the pei pie of the
interior are generous to a fault, an.'.
Uiey have entertained the Premier's
jx_rty without stint and prevented any
AT THE   HOTELS,
Russell.
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the     dissatisfied
demonstration
Tories.
Judge then at the surprise In the
country, when the Tory press is declaring it to be a triumphal tour,
politically, and their leading journals
ate giving reasons, so called, for this
great party advantage, and noi only
tloes the press unjustly claim that tlie
enthusiasm was one of party. but the
Premier himself has abused the confidence of the people tha: his perig-
rination was to be non-partisan, that
he has actually delivered addresses
wholly political in their complexion.
and has taken to his party credit that
in no sense belongs to it.
Frank t'iark. Montreal
T.   H.  Boyd, Vancouver.
Walsn, Bellingham.
Lewis, M.D.. Sumas.
Frank Nelson, Winnipeg.
Russell. Vancouver.
Koholt, Spokane. Wash.
M. Groat. Vancouver,
P.   McMillan. Victoria.
C. A.  Welsh. Vancouver.
A.  w. Gray. Qutns ;.. Mass.
D. A. McKee, Ladner.
It. Reilly, Vancouver
E- H. .McEwan. M. D., Cloverdale,
E.   W.   Morris, Kamloops.
Dr. Miller. Ja. an.
Fred N;   Norton, Mediord, Wis.
E. H. Thompson, Seattle, Wash.
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A.  W.  Ellis, London. Ont.
F. w. v. Gelvie, Vancouver.            I
C.  W.   Peck. Port  Simpson.              ' ���
D.  M. Moore. Vancouver.                  O
Windsor.                              ' A
J. Taylor, Vancouver.                           1
T. Pinkerton, Toronto.
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J. Cox, Toronto.
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C. D. Huntley. Elgin.
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B. E. Tucker. Vancouver.
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B. Crawford. Alluvia.                             9
Bob Clements, rrorris ii Rome circus j {%
agent.
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I Silver Ma
Will appeal to the business man of New Westminster as a most desirable place, where sub
urban   life   can   be   enjoyed    with
venience of the city.
every   con.
CUSTOMS   SALE
Under instructions from * Angus
Munn, Esq., collector, I will sell d..*
PL'BLIC AUCTION at the Customs
Warehouse, this city, on
FRIDAY, June 5, 1908
..t 2 o'clock, p.m., various lots of
abandoned, unclaimed and seize 1
goodis. as per lists to be seen at Customs House, and at the Agent's Offic i
of the C. P. R.. G. N. R., Dominion Ex
press Co.. and Great Northern Express
Co.
Terms and conditions made known
at sale.
T. J. TRAPP. Auctioneer.
.New Westminster, B.C.. May 23, 190..
He can be supplied with pure spring water piped into his
electric light, and a 46 minutes' tram service to and from this city.
This beautiful subdivision of 230 acres is now being placed mr
ket in 5 and 10 ac tracts, all cleared and in crop, at $200 per ac.; cn
Silver Maple Gardens is about 10 miles distant from the city GK
Ry., the Chilliwack tram, and has a boat landing on either end of tl
The soil is of a black alluvial make-up and is from three to five feet in
depth, with clay subsoil.
The cleared land without crop is $150 per acre; the cleared land including crop, $200 per acre; easy terms.
Remember, we advertise the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the
truth. Come with us to-morrow and we will show you something wort:, looking at, worth purchasing, and worth staying by.
HAMS
I ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
I Second Door from Tram Office I
| Phone 433 NEW WESTMINSTER      P.O.Box 625
I
at
18c. Per ,b- We have just received
Ns   mor*   n^ed   of  sending    your!
orders to "The other side."    You can1
now get the best rubber stamps, made '
of   good gum   rubber,   on     latest     im-
proved machinery, by expert workmen,!
THE
Some, of these have reached outside   and
the Province and our neighbors in Al-        \f _^��)��    T\   CANADA
Mail  orders filled  same  day  as received
berta are seeing the humorous side of
some    of    the    utterances    of    Hon.
Richard McBride.    The "Morning Al-
-H-r.au" of Calg       - r.-.s up  what  he  A.
said with re.-. .... ��� .:...  and its
interests in la    .   ..:: 1  _    as  not    to
spoil a good thing        give il    ia ex- j
tanso:"
"in an a I Ir- &_  in Nelson a coup!
���M  days a-       >le__rid.     ol
British  Cola::. .--. |  :*jal   there j
���> is no diffi :  .. - ... Cons.Br-
1 party in
Dominion polities except upon the
Question of labor. The Conservative
P**     ������*- ad -    ��� ��� n the '
friend of labor.
"T-   * :        .    Is a
oil  of very   hig --  humor.     The
���0����s art tb.   Dominion
hai  :: - -:-  "-     friend of  -abor, j
-'-���-��� ���       ��� -        id ... k the in-'
'���*���-- irt**.,  and    ha.
never shown even a friendly attitude
a  few  weeks    at election
Ume.
T**-** fan* rvat -.- | irty ha I _ long
time to perfect some kind of
��� - station, wh - :..-ver sue. -
in -icing or even attemp-ing. The
''���: ���' - '��� - '' ��� .ery labor difficulty to a con:- -- ;. and ... no ac-
t.on when the commission reported,
i' it ever did report
The first tegislatl n  _
began with  ���      coming of the
present   Government.    It   was
"���     ��� ( anadlan Go,     m<:.   |       the
firs*, time gave any desire to . ���
latere.! upon matters connected
*.i'- tabor later-eats
-. Derailment of Labor was form-
I to tbi   Interests   of   the
One of tbe first subjects
- - ��� ���    ir wage
-'-  for all -  upon Govern-
contrac:.--    Thai means thai
-i^r as the Gove*-..;:.        - concerned.
tl ���    avori; ii dor.v  upon  public  build-
- - a i.tch is not done by competent
ta_X>r paid the union rate of wages.
Tbat was a deeided advance in mat-
t��rs of this kind. That was one of
the firs', moves made by the Qovern-
BtenL
���3'his was followed ;y the Govern-
lu-nt's action in the matter of strikes.
Tht*. is the first time that any Cana-
��_!������. Government considered that it
was in any way interested in the labor
troubles of the country. The Lem.vux
Bill, which is the climax to this form
of legislation, is not perfect, but it has
been the instrument through which
many labor troubles have been settled,
iffhai is perhaps more is the vigorous
a [ministration of this department
vviu-n ever labor trou ile thfeatents
ciie labor representation la on bar...
aud with few exceptions has made
peace wheiv no pence seemed possible. That has meant millions of doi-
lara both to 'he country and to the em-
ployeas.
��� The Governmvnt has passed much
^Hher  leitislutlon.    lt   has  dealt   with
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE   370.
BOWELL A. ODDY. Proprietora
G.  BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley .'takes Good Rubber Stamps"
IS-       ADVERTISE       '51
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest it-
lection of HIGH - CLASS
WOOLENS that ever crossed
the pond.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tai'or
Columbia  St. NEW   WFSTMINSTER
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RIGHT THIS WAY
EVERYBODY
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"Warwick" Shoes for Men
The newest shoe on the market. Made of gun metal calf, patent
celt, Ox-blood calf, white canvas, etc. Oxford and Blucher lace styles.
Prices,  per pair   $4.50 and $5.00
Men's Walk-over Shoes
Gun metal Oxfords In this I re, per pair   $5.00
Gun metal button Oxfords in this  line,  per  pair    $5.00
Tan Russia calf "Walkovers" in biftton and lace Oxfords, pair $6.00
Men's  "Newark"  American    made shoes,  in   tan  and    black,    per
Pair   $5.uo
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In order to realize on our stock
of
Men's Suits, Odd Pant.-.
Overalls, Sweaters, Shirts,
Braces,  Underwear, Ties,
etc., etc.
Boots and Shoes for Men.
Women and Children, Calico, Prints, Toweling, Curtains, Ladies' Vests, Night
Gowns, etc.,
We shall during the next
FIFTEEN  DAYS
refund to each purchaser 20 per ���
cent of the amount of all pur- {
chases in any of these lines. ���
Our stock is all new, the best obtainable, and ���
you should not miss an opportunity fur barg
iike this.
KYLE & SON
Front St.
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Special Prices on
LADIES' SHOES
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Ladies' $3.50 American lace boots for  $3.00
Ladie��' $3.50 American turn sole boots for  $2.75
Ladies' $4.00 button Oxfords in patent and kid   $3.00
Ladies'$4.50 gun metal Oxfords, American   make    -$3.50
Ladies' "Cross" shoe, in patent and Russia calf pumps ...$4.00
Ladies' McPherson $3.00 kid Blucher, turn sole Oxfords for ..$2.50
Ladies' wh te canvas Oxfords for $2.00 and $2.50
See the styles  prices, etc.. in our windows
COWIE
'���ic-P..-*-'*.
GASOLINE
ENGINES
Have proven to be superior to all others ir DURABILITY, RE*
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Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates th*
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster
ARE YOUR EYgg
Troubling You?
If so, come and  htm *���*" e*'
amined.      We  m*** ��
for testing your eyes,
guaranteed.
All *��rk
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors   in T.   0    ���"��� **
Jewelry Store. a MONDAY
JUNE   1,   1908.
THE   DAILF   NEWS.
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5    T-H* SMITH    HE CIS. STORES f
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I THE CASH ST
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Our Great June  Stock
deduction Sale Begins
TO-DAY
THE~
Boldest June Venture Ever Known
��� ���   -..-->.*"i.-'..'--rf-    '
The Most Interesting .'
The Best ! A Le.
The Greatest!
son in Economy !
Vou know from past experiei_ci
BOuncement we have values tha*  the most m atltlon
equftL   It has usually been oui   cu     :..  to have our S
Sal(    . July.   Owing, however, M the cold weath
bands 1 vet $20,0u0 more Stocfc wr
md have, therefore, decided to ma
than usual.   The sale Is on om 1 ,::., ;, ���
13 1-3 percent, to 60 per ,���,,,-. anj m        Nothti    but 1
ible, desirable and reliable  merchandl     .will       offered     \
nd Is ever offered, but many of thi     .   wing prices are _
iy might cause doubt on Lhal poln    inless we give you
;���. .  to the contrary.   If money talks, u.en  these sale prices
to you.   Every Item mentioned be] .        ,-- the    .-a
mos: desirable money saving opportunity.   Come early.
Sweeping Reductions in Bress (ioods
Two Special Lines
Lme No. 1���..i.e. 65c and 75c Dress Goods for 25c per yard. This
Hue comprises all our regular 50< 60c plain mohairs, colors black,
navy, brown, green, fawn, cream, etc.; also fancy tweeds, checks,
itripes, monotones, Scotch tartan.., etc. . ids thai sell in the regular
w-iy for 50c, 60c and 73c will be swepi 0 . iring thia stock reduction
*���> "'    25c
French Worsteds, Etc.
Line No. 2���Regular prices $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 tor 75c per yard.
:,.  comprises all our exclusive Dress patterns and all our One
French worsteds and novelty drcases.    Such   price   reductions    have
:. .      een offi red bwfore.   Regular $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 dress goods
for 75c
��1.75 Taffeta for 95c.
Two pieces Ottly, 36 Inches wide Black Chiffon   raffeta    Imper.sh-
a;le; will not cut. split or crack.    Note width   and    price    Regular
.17."; June Reduction Sale Price  95c
June Stock Reduction hole of Staples
iveretOck In this department ;       ...,.;,. us   letermlned to re
ithout thought of profit or cost.   Our increased facilities for
i lirect from the manufacturer has enable us  to buy at  bed
I rock prices.    The prices on  these goods are lower than any quoted
"vest.   The quality too, Is    C the
25c SHEETING FOR 18/2c
*  hundred yards soft bli tched sheeting, no faked or weight-
Is, 72 Inches wide.   June Sale Prici    181/2c
33c SHEETING FOR 23c.
.  hundred yards 72 inch half bleached  sheeting,    fine.,    soft,
��� ave.   June Sale Price 23c
40c SHEETING FOR 29c.
thousand yards full bleached  ������  'a   superior    qualtty,   heavy
��� -". no dressing, full 7.' Inche. wide    June Sale Price  29c
WHITE  BED SPREADS AT   RECORD   BREAKING   PRICES.
S .enty-flve extra heavy white hi neyc - i        ; iprea Is, nol fringed,
:'-'>��� double bed size;  regular $1.50.   June Sale Price  $1-00
tady-to-Wear Department Sweeping Reductions
the following is commended to your attention:
and 90c white lawn waists for	
   50c
to $2.25 white lawn waists for  -*1*25
ivhite mull waists for -i-*3*95
 10c
 25c
 45c
 50c
'rsei covers  	
Ic corset covers for ..
c and 90c gowns for
"' corset covers for
Cloak and Suit Department Sweeping Reductions
M.00 and $5.00 twee.:! skirts tor
!:"*' $18.00 and $20.00 suits tor
$17.50 dress skirts for	
1 Mori fn underskirts for 	
$1.95
$9.50
$10.00
.$1.00
Nottingham Lace Curtains
One hundred pair, 3^ yards long,    eautlful bolder effect; regular
��� r pair.   June Sale Price, per pair     *"���*������
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Sapperton Sash and Door Works
Before ordering your sashe-, doors,  window frames,    etc.,    phone
M "5.   You will save money and  get a  reliable job with the  least
delay'   Rr Doors a specialty.     CADDY   &   CO.
r,^j?^^r:yy,ryr;:y::
CITY NEWS
��� .
���
2*L
a     B27S    Royal Citj   i ..���..nin,***'     \ . . a. w   ���    T   i .
iVo . .-   oppos  ,   Pre__d*r ���>. ; be held in the parlor ol
... - itj Yand. .. ..  ,    .. anj
zed
$5000,   livid on<   do]
Us- ate    tiie    superiority    of
cigars  is  to question  the
i .*... dity. *���
. .,   Methdtlst church a
��� h .   afternoon.    All bm rubei a a i
.      attend, as Important
...-.   will come up for discussion,
WW  five room house and lot    for
. ale on Alb< rta st reet, \\ il; sen cheap
i a ti i nis.   John A. McDonald, Sa] , 11
ton, **
The    Vancouver    lodge    ot    the
Daught< rs of Kngland will pay a so. Ial
vlsll  to Beulab Rebekah lodge,    this
eiiy, on Wednesday evening     \ large
agent  of Vancouver   sisters    is
your old Victor gramophone expected   to come over  toi    the oc*
records to be exchanged for new ones casion.
���at .1.  li.  Todd's music store
. Mrs. t. H. Ha are
....   fo      . ...... -;.. re
..'i I;.    Intends ilng    a
jeweli          ri
From Beginning to the fad
^ ill find i 'facia   bill ine  l^aWfltfl ,    C
l.inole,,.. s   ,    i ���   ���
WMtl       l !  -^   <���(-.:   i   .
in   fact,   everything     Reeet   ���
for   the   home   except  the  lady.
Evi ���
not
led.
Coinc  m an..   ���-<������    tl
: ���    res for $1.50.
*S Mammoth Furniture Emporium
B.  C.
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA aSTREET.     NEW   WESTMINSTER
Opposite Lome Street. Phone 73.
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This Date in History.
VAUDEVILLE
��� :
I   villi-
�����
Ai! Kinds or annuals at. Tidy's, the
lo 1st   Phone 184. **
in< li of the North;   :.     ink  has
ened at Eburne, E   K   Steele,
time in charge of the   local
ii b of the same banking Institution
during the illness of Mr, Allen, having
en ... pointed manager
!    Only three fires took place   during
thi   pasi  month, according lo official
ires,   Tne outbreaks were all mas
u red by the    flre    brigade    t. thoul
much difficulty.   Thia is the small, st
number of fires In one month for   :1
The trade finds it both satisfactory  '."ns while past
and profitable to sell "P. C." and "Old
Sport" cigars. "���      " ���vo" wan*  a uic0   J��*lU   of    *'eal
: spring lamb, or a nice juicy roast of
Ro ert  Reld, a well  known Fraser  grain-fed beef, for Sunday dinner, call
JUNE  1.
178.   French Beet defeated In thi
of Btscaj  by tue English un
der Lord  Howe
The ROYAL CITY
Vaudeville Theatre
MACKENZIE ST.
1831    Redfleld Proctor,
from   Vermont,
1-M.S.
u. S. senator
bom.     Died
i iver fisherman, has
lisherj guardian for
minster d.strict, under tae auperln*
lendence of Fisher} Inspector North,
ex-chlef of police of Vancouver.
See our add,    Alberta    Hungarian
| flour, $1.60 sack, or $6.'... barrel.   Geo.
Adams, Public Supply Store. **
A black team belonging o the
Fashion livery stables figured In &
|sensational runaway on Royal avenue
yesterday afternoon, the driver being
compelled to steer the horses Into a
Fence to cheek their mad career, The
occupants o.' the vehli le v. - e not
injured.
been    appointed   ,-,i  Relchenbach's.
the New  West-
See our ad.  on  page 8
silver  Roods.     Chamberlain.
swell
* *
It yon want a nice joint of real
_prlng lamb, or a nice juic;. roast of
grain-fed beef, for Sundaj dinner, call
ill   Relchl nbach's. **
The baseball schedule of thi college
nior team has been finished, leaving
The third union meeting of the
Columbian college V. M. c. A. and
If. VV. (' V Will be held on Wednesday evening, when Dr, Rugg, of olivet Baptist church, will address the
members. The two previous meetings Of both societies were addressed
bj Dr. Sipprell and Rev, w. __. Barraclough, respectively, and proved so
11 iofltable that it was decided lo make
them n periodic event.
i
Dahlias, Geraniums and all Kinds of
| boding and vegetable plants. Davies &
Son.    Telephone B208.
Owing to connections between the
i oat from sun Francisco nnd ihe
Victoria-Vancouver mall Bteamer being niissej yesterday    morning, the
IStiS
1ST!
1.903-
1906-
1.07
James Buchanan, the   fifteenthl
president  of the v. s, died.
Horn  April   18,   IT'.U.
Canada    issued    its    first    -wist
cards.
-Last, performance given in
historic Boston  museum,
the
-Lewis
opened
and   Claris
at Portland,
exposition
Ore.
The Waters-Pierce Oil company
having been found guilty of
violating Ihe anti-trust laws
ol Texas, was fined $1,623,9(10.
\YANTKI.���At once, sales lady lor .1
II. Todd's music Store, One who can
play piano preferred.   Call person
ally,
PERFORMANCES
Afternoon and Evening
MISS DORA CACKETT, ;he eleven-
year-old  Child  Soprano.
F. JONES, Tenor.
PAT   CASHAM.    a   genuine   Irish
comedian.
Hear his new gags and rich brogue.
MOVING  I'ICTCRF.S
ILLCSTUATKn SONUS
KFFIC1KNT   Ofi.nif.STRA.
POPULAR   PRICES.
body   Of   Mrs.   Kdwards.   ninl her-in law I
of Capt. DeBeck, of Sapperton, could
noi ie brought to this city In   time
''ni ihv funeral to take place yesterday
11i ri noon. The Interment wlll be
.ind,. today, ihe cortege leaving   the
'i city team llrsl. The junior team
ilayod the high school Saturdaj afternoon at Queen's park and won by 12
lo 5 in a game which was c tiled at
the end of the fourth Inning because
of the. succeeding senior match.
school iu the second place, vviiUaresidence o�� Mr. DeBeck at half pasl   ���.���Jtfil
PIED.
EDWARDS    A   San  Francisco,    Cal.,
May 22, 1908, Mary Edwards, relict
of William  Kdwards, ,,f this city.
The line ial will leave the residence
of c. if. DeBeck, Sapperton, Monday,
lane I. at 2:30 o'clock for th��j Church
of England cemetery,
Frlanda will please accept this    in
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
HARDMANI CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATIINQ
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Blcck
_*
igM'elo' - I
Try our special Oolonj-fyPekoi' tea, at
j;i   lbs.  for $1.00.    Howard  *.   Mull
li.ad.
����
The. lirst performance of the Royal
( iy vaudeville theatre look place on
Saturday evening, but owing to the
dale of opening not having been announced, the attendance was nof us
large, as the managers of the house
nad a rlghi to expect. The different
artistes billed to appear showed up to
_dvantage, while the moving pictures
were more than usuallj amusing,
From now mi there will be two performances dally, afternoon and i ven
Ing.
Four room cottages' In good condition, Pantries and large basements.
Irice $1000 each; terms if required,
Apply Owner,  123  Eleventh  sire- t.
10c An Article
t wo o'cloi k,
Howard   &    Muiihead   for   oranio's.
bananas and  lemons, and all fruit at
lowest   prices. **
ADpiRTlBfR       -*��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEW!.
If   VO.T Need   Anything.
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ONE CAR OF RAYMOND ALBERTA.
The Maple Leafs put out B much j
belter showing of  lacrosse    In    their j
game on Saturday   with victoria   at I
I .toi Ulon  Point, Vancouver, nnd   won
'jy six goals to two. At three-quarter
lime tiie home leani hail only three
goals to tWO. Victoria, however, played a fnsl game. Bob I'lieyne, of West-
ivl'ister, was one of the referees. On
Saturday lhe local team goes to Victoria, so that some idea of the nilir-
.,ni between lhe clubs inn.,  be ganged.
Tho most convincing nrgunieut in
favor of "H. C" and "Old Sport"
cigars Is the cigar Itself. ������
The meeting of lhe Young People's
society of the OHvel Bapl st church
inis evening will be led by Harry
Archibald on the topic of "True Petti*
i.'iice."   Following the. devotional iw��
v!(o.   will   come   the   regular     nuuillily
business meel m;  which Is al o    thfi
���eini-uiiiiual  business    n-ivting.
Ile
ides.    Other    iliipor .111    business.    Ilie
election of   officers   for   the coming
lerm   w II   take   plaOB.     Next   Monday
the quarterly rally of the B,  Y.  P.
union of Vancouver and vicinity win
|! Hungarian Flour
$1.60 sack
$6.25 bar'l
GET YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY.
AS WE ARE EXPECTING A RISE
IN PRICES ANY DAY     i
AT   TME
II Public Supply Stores GEOprAopTs I
���*��� 11
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B.  C.       Phone  92. ] j
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be   held   al    'his      place.
I'he
hlcf
T.  H. SMITH
The Great Stock Reduction Sale I
,M����l?**r*WTK��*h*^^
See Our Window Display
������.���
Anything in the Window
lOc
Speaker Ol   the   evening   Ik   Hev.   Mr.
Widen, who has  |n:.t  recently come to
lhe coast to supply Ihe pulpit  of tho
first   lliipiist.  church of Vancouver.
During KiOT uiaiiy families paid OUt
over $:;iiu Iii rent, and still own nothing.   l''or only |800 cash and this ien'
that   new     modern   seven -roomed
bouse, oentr&lly located, and In a few
IOC   *f!,l'r!t yo"  ""'   ""' owner.      Kor  full
particulars see Abbotl &, Hyde,      **
Tomato Catsup., bottle, 10c ,^R
Onion Pickles....    "     10c
Mixed Pickles ...    "
Chow Chow     il     10c
Extract Lemon . .     "      10ci   Ahi>ut -���" delegates are expeoted to
Pineapple can, 10c
Ovsters.
10c
��� ii in liii.-i City lo alien.1 tiie sessions
of tho grand lodge of the Independent
Order  of odd   Fellows,  wh'.ch   mtuis
pASTURE   lo Rent j TRAVERS *umsm ,n
Fr
CATTLE   AND   HORSES
���n  one  to  one   hundred  head.
FIELDS  FENCED.
VALLATMK . . .
* -  ' All  business  in  this line  rjuarentes*
to th-" 9r-3ss  and  water.    Apply, Phone A 243.
e owner,
Tcv-,      VV. R. AUSTIN
epnone J 175.      SAPPERTON   P.O.
Al)Vi;;;i
32 I.N THE DAILY NEWS.
Auction   sale  every  Fr.__y mornir.,'
cn the   fVUrket  square.
ADVEBTISS IH TOE DULY NEWS
Dlitch Cleaner "    10c:'" ,,'l!< ''"v 'f,,ei"m.v> VVednestlay awl
. ,    w q.       , i        11, ,| T !ur_day  of next   week, lhe sessions
Laundry _._arcn . . . pKg. luc;, l.U[f, bnmfiM to u rhtHe hy a lwl���iu,,t.
  to be held at the Russell hotel on the
ning of .lune 11, when covers will
Our Motto: j^ Ia)(l f0l. iabout thl.ee },,inarecl and
Best Goods at LoWOSt Price* firry guests. The detnlta In connection with the Kiand lodge lueotings
i i*e heing looked after by an efficient
rwnmlttee, consisting of officers of
the two local lodges, Royal City No. 3
oM Amity No. 27. Included among
the delegates will be some of the best
public speakeri,   of    this    province,
Howard SMuirhead
GROCERS
BUHR ELOO,    Cohwfck Strert
Phono iho. 3*99
esentatlves of lodges feeing sent
here from all parts o( B. C.
A CLIENT HAS JUST PLACE!?
WITH ME fiiOO TO LOAN ON
A FIRST MORTGAGE ON IM-
PROVED CITY PROPERTY, AT
8 PER CENT., FOR ANY NUMBER OF YEARS AND ON TERMS
SUITABLE TO THE BORROWER.
APPLY TO
a.'
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PAGE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE
Sentjto Approval
To RESrONSIBLS PEOPLB
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
E/*_e Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
$
These
Two
Popular
Articles
lor only
A SLIDER FIGHT.
Post
paid
to any
address
l.XTHA.
a
u
m
llluslia.i. ,.i aie fcxact SizJ
Every pen guara.ut.eed
full 11 Kt. bclid Gold���cut
OU tight liaiitl may be hntl
in fit her our Btandanl
black opaque pattern, or
Nou-breakable Tranepai-
tnl, via desired, either in
plain or engraved finish,
as preTerred.
You limy try tliis pot. a week,
If youdouoi it mi it urspnMnted,
a better article Mien you can w
cuio for tii hue Tims thii iraru.
ihiii iu nny Lit her iDuko, if not
entirely ittliftctory In every re-
IpOl t  li'tuill It Mid WO Wlll   W I.<1
you $1.10 for It.
Cut ok ik!-t is oarfamoui snd
piijnilgr K>i> Gkm Ink IVnni. i>
,.,!]!-.Me leak |.(....f tinniii'li im,.
lie   carried    ih    ntiy   potltltitl    in
pocket er ihopplng bag, wriiei nt
any ande nl flrat touch, I'l-ili-
tvnn (eprtng) f#ed, Iridium
point, pollened vtilcsriized n.u.-cr
ca*e, t^rra c-*t.�� Rnlih, Kotail
everywhere f <��� r |3.ftO, At-onif
wanted Writo for terms. Write
now "lest you forget."   Add reel
Laughlin Mfg. Co.
225     Majestic Bldg ,
Detroit, Mirh.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
M Wea ��� r��>i and Farloaa Battle *���
the Death.
I once had a spider pet of a kind the
hooks enabled me to identify.   He was |
a fine big fellow.   1 caught him in the j
garden,   carried   him   home,   and   for
nearly two months he aud 1 took a
close interest in each other, he for the |
flies I introduced to him and I for the I
amusement  he  introduced  to  me.     I I
kept him  in a milliner's  box,  lettins !
him out when I visited him. especial
ly   delighting   myself   with   allowing
aim to drop from one hand by his fine j
I _pun thread aud then either catching |
I him iu the other or gently compelling I
I tiin_  to climb  back  again   by  appar-
j eutly eating his own ladder.
Oue day  I  captured auother spider
of (the same species.   1 kept him for n
I few days in a separate box, and then. i
j with the kindly idea of companionship, ;
I introduced Uiui to Tiger. 1 have
' seen dogs flght; 1 have seen chan-
| tlcleer tight and slay hi.s man; I have I
seen rams fight till, with his skull
crushed in, one lay dead at the foot
Of the other; I h-ive seen men light;
but the fullest sense I ever realized of
mud, murderous passion let ungovernably loose, centered iu one destroying niin nnd summoning every physical energy to Its devilish service, 1
realized when those two spiders rushed to mortal combat, i stood in boyish terror as their tangled legs dropped off, torn *>y mutual rage; and as
with vicious dexterity they struck each
other with their poisoned fangs, using .
for their own destruction the weapons '
and appliances with which nature has
provided them for the capture and
slaughter of their prey, I visibly turned ;
pale.
Tiger was the victor, but even while
with brutal wrath, all mangled as he ,
was, he bit and spurned bis dead and
limbless foe he was seized with symptoms I took to be paralytic, and iu a j
minute oi   two  I   helped  him  to his
death.     And   this   fearless   gladiator
was afraid of, I remember, aud nevej
would   tackle   a   big   bluebottle   fly |
What Is courage?���Dundee Adv-.rt.se_
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
%Sold by all dealers at 3
Five Cents a Bar
I
Summer Excursions
Tic lie!
sale May 4th    to    18th,
June 5th, 6th, 19th and 20th*
Toronto and  return    $ 94.40
Montreal and return    108.50
Halifax and return    135.50
Chicago and return      72.50
St   Paul and return       60.00
Winnipeg and  return        60.00
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. OOULET,
Agent, k'ew Westminster,
or  lo  E. ,1.  COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Lazy.
Some friends were discussing an ar*.
1st whose laziness was proverbial.
'Tie is so lazy," said one. "that he
paints nothing but winter scenes tn
save himself the trouble of putting
leaves on the trees."
The Seventh Time,
She���When I accepted Jack he sai''
he felt ns If he was in tho seventh
heaven. Re���I can well believe it. He
has been engaged six times before.���
Fllegende Blatter.
Made Sure of It.
Molly When you spoke to father, did
you tell him you had $500 in the bank.
George Yes. Molly���And what did he
say 1 George���He borrowed IV���Sketchy
%its.
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)    $500
Gold   Crowns         $5.00
Gold  Fillings     $1.00  up
Platina  Fillings     $1.00
Extracting    50
Lulu Island land Sale By-law,
1908.
A  Law to Authorize the Sale of Certain Lands on  Lulu  Island.
OO. F.-AM1TY LODGE
Tne regular meetin
are held In Oddfell
bla street, every
at 8 o'clock.
No 27
g8 "f this !���/
ALL
WORK   GUARANTEED   WITH   A
TECTIVE   GUARANTEE   FOR
TEN   YEARS.
PRO-
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
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   NEWS
i
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
ynopsi*    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Do
I minion lands  in  .Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 aud 2tj,
(not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, ibore or less.
Application for entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by protcy may,
however, be made at an agoncy on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to per
form the homestead duties under one
of the following plans-
(1) At least six months' residence
upon  and   cultivation of  the land  In
I each year for three years.
(2) A homesteader may, if be so
j desires, perform the required re_i-
I dence duties by living on farming
1 land owned solely bv 1 bim. not less
1 than eighty   (SO)   acres In extent, lu
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement
CD If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the _athpr (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive ot the width
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement.
(5) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the a.ove while living
with parents or on farming land owned hy himself must notify tho agent
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W.  W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister o' the Interior.
N.  B.���Unauthorized publication uf
this advertisement  will  not  be  paid
for.
���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 Plfty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia.
AND WHEREAS the present wooden bridge across the North Arm of
the Fraser River in the said City of
New Westminster Is in an unsafe and
dangerous condition and It is necessary to replace the said bridge with 1
I new steel structure,
AND WHEREAS it is deemed    advisable  in  the  interests of  the    said
Corporation that the said land.-, .hould
j be suld and the proceeds devoted   in
i part payment of the cost of construction of the  said     steel    bridge    and
(otherwise on Lulu Island.
AND WHEREAS bv tne "New Westminster Act,   1888���Amendment   Act
1889," it is provided that the Council
I of the said Corporation may, with the
i assent of the  ratepayers of the said
j Corporation,  to  be first had  and obtained in like manner as is requisite
I foi the issuing pf debentures for   the
j raising of any lo'Un, sell real property
belonging to the Corporation on Lulu
Island with full  power and authority
to execute all deeds and inst rumen's
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
j of, to any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate,  all or any   part  ol
1 the said lands hereinbefore mentioned
: being Lots One (1) to Thirty-four
(34)   both inclusive,  in  Block    A    of
i Ixn Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
.New Westminster, Province of Br.tisn
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
executo and deliver such conveyance.'-,
agreements for sale or other Instruments as may be necessary to effectuate such sale or sales; provid-ed that
the. proceeds of any such sale or sale-
shall be devoted in part payment of
the cost of construction of the sai.i
3teel -bridge or otherwise on Lulu Island as the Council may by resolution
determine.
(2) This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the ratepayers of the Municipality of the said Corporation in like
manner as is requisite for the issue o!
debentures for the raising of any loan.
(o) This By-Law may be cited as
the "Lulu Island La,ad Sale By-Law.
1908."
Done and passed in open Council
this 20th day of January, 1908.
Received the assent of the ratepayers this day of 1908.
Reconsidered and finally passed this
day of        ,  1908.
brethren cordially Invited
Lodge room, A. O   I'   ��
fellows' block, Clark'non
I'ueaj
isttlni
ittendl
hall, Od.]
��� treat
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COURT BRUNETTF   .
-Meets Iff ftS.Mfc2 r.|
month  at  8  o'clock  ,'     .     l W
hall, Oddfellows' >u ������
block,
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA No fit    1
A.   O.   F.���The  re-nK.   , M8I
this Lodge a�� hid"1?,*"���"*
and Fourth Tuesdays of e
at8p.rn.ln the MdftaWgJ
FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF
Aerie No. 20���Meet   ���
EAGLES
��� ial
evening at S p, tn., In
hall, Columbia stre -
W. Pres.;  H. Schofii
1 >gli.
J
S
ry,
���"HE   ROYAL  TEMPLARS
PERANCE meet   every
at 8 o'clock p. m., In
hail, Columbia street,
OF TLMl
Oddfellows
60S
OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE isi p
CAMP, 191.���Meets on th.. First
Tnird Tuesday of .
K. of P. hall.   Chief W.
��� :.J
" ontl
1. 0
O. F.��� Royal City Lodge, No,!
���Meets In Oddfellows' Hall, c.1
umbia Street, every Fri evenlul
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren wil
be made welcome. .1. S LawrencJ
N. 0.; C. E. Osborne, P, ,j|
ing secretary.
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE -i _
116, SONS OF ENGLAND, B, S.-
Red Rose Degree meet:. Second ani
Fourth Wednesday of each inonilf
In K. of P. Hall, Hniumbia St.,
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Poilrtl
Wednesday in each tnont.h, saml
time and  place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No, 9,
F. and A. M.; King Solomon LoJgd
No. 17. A. F. and A. M I.. 0. _J
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 158 I Coal
Sapperton, N'o. 4683, I. 0. F ; C,
F., Court Westminster, No. 330)
Biotherhood of Ow's, Nesi Nn, _!'|
PROFESSIONAL.
NORMAN  BOLE,  K, C,   BAl
rister and  Solicitor,   Cham!
ers,    Canadian    Haul;   of       mmei
-.uildlng, New "Westminster, B, C
W,
A.
.VHEALLKR,     BARRIS1 BR,  Bl
licitor, etc., 4:' Lorai Strei
opposite Court House, New Wl tmll
ster.    Phone 143.
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HITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barril
ters and solicitors, Ulatkie Bill
Columbia street, New Westminstti
W. .1. Whiteside, il. L. Edmonds.
M
ART IN &  McQUARRIE,
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above ls a tru<
copy of the proposed By-Law whicii
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from the
lirst publication thereof in the "Daily
Columbian," und "Daily News" newspapers, which first publication took
place on the 20th day of May, 1908,
and that a vote of the electors of the
City will be taken on lhe said proposed By-Law on Che 22nd day of
June, 1908, between the hours of nine
o'clock a.m., and five p.m., at tbe
following places, namely, the Council
Chamber, Civic Building, the Fire
Hall, Sapperton; and the Light Station, Tenth street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, May 20th, 1908.
:,\KR1S|
es, Ned
1 Weatminater, Trapp Block, cornel
(Clarkson and Lorne streets. Vancou]
liter,-rooms 21, 24, 445 Granville streel
I Joseph Martin, K.C., W. C. McQuwrM
(Consultations with Mr. Martin mat \s\
j arranged at the Westminster office.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister ai^
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Coltuf
Mb and McKenzie streets. New WeetJ
minster, fi. C.
W. MYER8 GRAY, Barr^"**.. SolicitoJ
and Notary Public, is* iractlce slno
1891 at New Westml*'"er HC ��J
Sees removed to C'*rtls Block, ClarM
son street, opposite Court Houmj
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
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F.  HANSFORD.    Hams:
Solicitor, etc., Crescent blocl
corner     Columbia     and     McKeiui|
streets. New Westminster B. ���'
BOARD OF TRADE���New \Yt-st_0lll
ster Board of Trade meit.^ iu i"J
Board Room, City Hall, as follows!
Third Thursday of ouch "'uH
Quarterly meetings on the tbin
Thursday of Februarj. M��J|
August and November, at K I1 "I
Annual meetings on the |ilirl
Thursday of February. Ml
members may be proposed anJ
elected at any monthly or quartern
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec-
"Tbe Milwaukee"
The  Pioneer Limited" St.  Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to,
Chicago, "Sooth    West    Limited";
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee 4 St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and I'ini'iir ":ts on alll their trains and
give r*-. i .. trons an excellence of
iiervi.t   1.,  . btainable elsewhere.
L. s. ROWE. General Agent.
11* Third St., cor AIo>r Potls^d. Or.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES
6���Asylum.
G���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and -T^nth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth
9���Fifth avenue and 1 welfib.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
33���Second and Park Row.
I    14���Columbia and Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue and   Rix'h
24��� __._rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av��*��ue and Fourth
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
Bl���Schaake Machine Worlta
BB-rColumbia and McKenzie.
36���C.P.R. Station.
42���Small & Bncklln Mills n4y JUNE 1, 1908-
von3AY'
p Street Sewer By-Law
THE DAILY NEWS.
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E A. Greame and T. S. Annaiidale ..S.ti
E. A. Creame aud T. S. Annandale ..S.ti
Wm.   Ue.iru    s.ti
Wm.  Hearn    s. ti
James Trodden  S. 7
Constance 'leather    8.7
Katie   Ellen   Brown    S. 7
Margaret E. Walker  S. 7
Margarel   Peer   s. 7
M    B.   i.ines    S. 7
ii. C, Bishop of -New Westminster  ..S. 7
Robert Jardine   S. 7
Robert Jardine    S. 7
Li.ei.ezer  Knight    S 7
William  A.  Grafton    S. 7
William A. Grafton    S. 7
George McPhail    Si
George  McPhail    s. 7
W   J. Corbett    s.
C. C. Dunn    8.7
Jchn   weave:-    s. 7
LJ-.v.'.r 1 '/.. \\ hyman   S. 7
,\la;-ha  U hyman   S.
Thos,   it,   Pearson    S. 7
Tiios.   H.   Pearson    '. . . S. 7
.'> 11 nie.   Baker    S 7
John   Weaver    S. T
L.  C.  Dunn    S. 7
\.    .1. Corbett  S 7
.1.   A.   Mountain    S. 7
Jane H. G. Hill estate   S. 7
Anhiir  E.  B.  Hill    S. 7
Aiuiur E.  B.  Hill    S. 7
W in.   I'aylor    S. 7
V\ in.   Taylor    S. 7
Richard u. L.ngle  S. 10
Richard U. Dingle   S. 10
Harry   T.   Shaw    S. in
Harry  T.  Shaw    S. 10
Arthur E. B. Hill   S. 10
Aithur E.' B.  Hill    S. 10
Mrs. J.  H.  Vidal    S. 10
,     ter J.  Baber   S. lo
W. .1. Baber   S. 10
w. .1. Bater   S. 10
.Martha   E.   Turnbull    S. 10
.Martha  E. Turnbull    S. 10
George B. Conner   S. 10
George   McPhail     S. 10
George  McPhail   S. 10
Elizabeth M. Meredith   S. 10
C.  G.  Major S. 10
I .  (',.  Major    S. 10
Jacob  R. Coon    S. 10
Uoorgina E. Archibald    S. 10
W.   W.  Forrester    S. 13
V.    W.   Forrester    S. 13
\V.  \V.  Forrester    S. 13
Arthur Dolg   S.-13
Arthur noi;:  S. 13
Al thur Doig  S. 13
C   Ba'Armitage  S. 13
��_.  B. Arniita..e    S/13
Emellne Wilson    S. 13
Ralph  Wilson    S. 13
K.-ilph   Wilson    S. 13
Ralph   Wilson    S. 13
Mrs. Elizabeth Pope   S. 13
George M. Appleton  S. 13
John  Pope    S. 13
Miss  Elizabeth  Pope   S. 18
Fred B. Pemberton  S. 13
Henry  W.  Russell    S. 13
.Limes R.  Brennan    o-13
David E. Ellsworth  S. 10
City of New Westminster  S. 10
Robert F. Dough erty  S.T0
John Pop��    S. 10
David   D.  Burnett    s-10
Maria  Burnett    S. 10
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AND, WHEREAS, the value of the whole real property rateable under
this By-law, .as ascertained and finally determined as aforesaid, is two hundred  and -eighty-seven thousand and thirty  ($287,030)  dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, the amount of tae debt which this By-law is intended to create is twenty thousand ($20,000) dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, it will requiie the sum of one thousand ($1,000)
dollars to be raised annually for a period of twenty (20) years to pay the
Interest of the said de.it, and the sum of seven hundred ami forty-four and
31-100 ($744.31) dollars to be raised annually during the said period for
the payment of the debt to be created by this By-law, such last mentioned
sum being sufficient, with the estimated interest on the investment thereof to discharge the said debt when the same,becomes payable, making in
al! the sum of seventeen hundred aud forty-four and 31-100 ($1744.31) dollars to be raised annually as aforesaid;
AND, WHEREAS, the value of the whole real property rateable under
this By-law tlii*ectly benefitted by the said Improvement, and work upon
which it Will ibe required to charge an annual special rate in the dollar
sufficient to pay the ltoterest and create a sinking fund for paying the said
principal debt of twenty thousand ($20,000) dollars wilmn twenty (20)
years, wh ch said debt is created ou the security of the special rate settled by this By-law and on that security only is two hundred and eighty-
si ven'thousand and thirty ($287,030) dollars;
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the
City of New Westminster enacts as follows:
(t.i During twenty years from the first day of July, 1908, the currency of the debentures to be Issued under the authority of this By-law
the sum of one thousand ($1,000) dollars shall be raised annually for the
payment of interest on said debentures, and also the sum of $.-.4.31 shall
be raised annually for the payment of the debt, making in __11 the sum of
81744.8. aforesaid annually to be raised annually as aforesaid.
(2.) A special rate of 6.08 mills in the dollar is hereby imposed on
the real property a'.ove described according to the value thereof as hereinbefore mentioned, exclusive of improvements, over and above all other
rates and tax-es, wh*ch special rate shall be sufficient to produce in each
year the slirl sum of seventeen hundred and forty-four and 31-100 ($1,-
744.31) dollars, and shall be annually Inserted in the Collector's Roll In
each year for the next succredlm twenty (20) years, and shall be pava-
bla at the time OT time_ and a' the place and ln the manner ln which the
ordinary City taxQ3 are payable, provided, however, that no rebate shall
be allowed on the an**ount levied he eunder as aforesaid.
(3.) The sum of twenty thousand (20,000) dollars shall be raised
bv loan by this Corporation on the security of   thc special rate here'jy
imposed and on that security only, and debentures amounting to the sum
Of twenty thousand (20,000) aotiars shall be Issued by the said Corpora-
lion  therefor. 1
(4.) The said debentures shall be made, myable at the expiration
Of twenty (20) years irom the dale of issue of Iii same and bear interest
at   a  rate not exceeding five,  per centum  per alnum.
(5.J The debentures may both as to prinSpa. and interest be otMfi
Ide in any place in Great Britain, in the I'nited States of Amt-rfetrT or
Canada, and may be expressed in sterling money, or in any other currency, and may be made payable In gold and the amount to be raised
therein shall be paid out and expended In paying oft' and discharging
any temporary loans heretofore obtained on account of the said Improvements and works, and for any oilier necessary expenses in connection
with   said   improvements   and   works, und for no other purpose, whatever.
lti.) tf at any time any of the owners of the said real property
hereinbefore described, or Of any part thereof, desire to commute tha
Assessment inipos-ed by this. Act by the payment of his, her or their
proportionate share or shares of the cost thereof as the principal sum
in lieu thereof, he, she or they may so commute by payment of such sum
as may be necessary to realize al the end of the currency of such do..cn-
tures a sum equivalent 10 the balance then unpaid of the said special rate
1 hereon. .
17) All monies arising out of the said annual special rate, and ill
monies received In commutation thereof under the preceding section of this
By-law shall be deposited in the Savings Bank of some chartered bank.
(8) Every debenture, to he Issued hereunder shall contain a provision
in the following words: "This Debenture or any interest therein shall not,
after u certificate of ownership has been endorsed therein by the treasurer
ol the corporation, Ire transferable except by entry iby the treasurer or hi,
deputy in the debenture registry book of the said corporation at the City
ol New  Westminster."
(9) The amount of the special rate levied hereunder shall be added '0
the taxes for the financial year in which such rate -- assessed and levied,
and such special rate may be collected in every respect, as ordinary land
or real property taxes of the City of New Westminster and may be enforced and recovered in the same way whether by action to be brought, in
any conn of competent jurisdiction, by sale of the land or real property
upon whicli the same attaches. Provided, however, thai no rebate shall ibe
allowed   on   the  amount   levied here ui'der.
(10) This By-law shall come Into operation and take effect on the day
Of the  passing thereof.
ill) This By-law may be cited as the "Sixth Street Sewer By-law,
1908."
Done and passed In open Council this 27th day of May,  1908.
VV. A. DUNCAN,
I L. S. J City Clerl
W.'H. KEARY,
Mayor.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
eritl.h Columbia Coast Lin*
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANeOUVER-V'CTORlA  ROUTE.
Princess Royal leaves Vancouver
at 1:30 p.m.  daily for Victoria.
Royal arrive in Victoria 6:30 p.m.
Royial arrives Vancouver 8 a.m.
Charmer leaves Vancouver at 11:30
p.m. daily except Sunday.
Charmer arrive in Victoria 6:30 a.m.
Charmer arrives Vancouver 7 p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria fo-
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on W��m1-
nesday.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
Princess   Victoria   leaves   Victoria
5:30 p.m. daily; arrives in Seattle 9:30
p.m.   daily.    Leaves   Seattle   9   a.m
daily; arrives in Victoria 1 p.m. daily.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS- Tees
Leavea Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
mouth for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m. daily,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
'Biblical Repartee.
Justice Jeremiah Black of Pennsylvania, In reviewing a case that cam*
up from the court of his old friend
Judge Moses Hampton, remarked,
"Surely Moses must have beeu wandering in the wilderness wben he
made his decision," and sent tbe case
back to the lower court. Judge Hampton on Its second trial remarked that
although he would have to submit to
higher authority, be still thought tu
was right in spite of tbe "lamentations
ot Jeremiah."
VICTORIA-NANAtMO.
COMOX-UNION
.    NANAIMO-
ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives -Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 15th;
from Vancouver at 8 p. m., 2nd
and 16th of each uiontb. calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver 10 a.m. ever.
Thursday. Returning arrlvea at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Lady-smltn.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER FRA8ER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 2
p.m.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5 p.m.
For reservations and iniormatloi
call or address
ED. OOULET,
Ment, New Westminster.
Changed Opinions.
You think it a want of judgment that
one changes his opinion. Is It a proof
that your scales are bad because thoj
vibrate with every additional weight
that ls added to either side?���Marin
Edgeworth.
Willing to Accept an Apology.
Priscilla (just arrived) ��� Are there
any men here? Phyllis���Oh, there are
a few apologies for men! Psiscllla���
Well, If an apology Is offered to me
I shall accept IL���London Times.
Apologies   only   account    for   th*.
which they do not alter.���Disraeli.
i.oim sight.
The longest distance ever compassed
by human vision is 1S3 miles, being
the distance between tbe Uueompahgre
park, ln Colorado, and Mount Ellen, ln
Utah. This feat was accomplished by
the surveyors of the United States
coast and geodetic survey, who were
engaged, iu conjunction with representatives af other nations, in making
a new measurement of tbe earth.
Cheer_ti_ae_.a.
The cheerful man's thought sculptures his face into one of kindliness,
touches his manner with grace and his
business life witb friendliness toward
humanity.���Jaeksboro (Tex.) Gazette.
Both   Are  There.
Teacher ��� Is there any connecting
link between tbe animal and the vegetable kingdom? Bright Pupil-Yes*
nam; there's hash.-Philadelphia !�����
tulrer.
i.-'kcs Spice.
"Gayzer seems to be having a prettf
gay time. Doesn't his wife object?"
"Yes, < that's why he enjoys it sa"
His Ideal.
���What's the Ideal wtfeT
"The one a man hasn't tt**.'
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re the southeast quarter of section 11.
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate ot Indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
James G. Smith on the fourth day of
June, 1908, unless ln the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to me
in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 2, 1908.
The person or persons having In
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1884���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr-
w-hltt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackson
and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgage
In fee.
January 9, 1886���Montague William
Tyrwhltt Drake, Harry Dallas Helmcken,, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PEAR30N,
Agent.
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COLUMBIA STREET
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ALL   KINDS  OF
TOILET
Requisites
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MONDAY. jUNE 1
PUPILS SING AND PLAY
AT MONTHLY RECITAL
of   the   best   quality.
T. A.
MUIR & Co.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
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THE      DAILV       NEWS
FOR BIG RESULTS.
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ANDERSON
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Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
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The lii'ih month]) recital given by
the piano pupils of the .Misses Thompson was held at the studio. Third avenue, Saturday afternoon. A goodly
! number of pupils was present, and the
following program given:
Pan I. ��� Solo, '-Cradle Song,"
(Ruibenstoln), .Miss Mitchell; solo,
"Shepherd's Evening Song," Mary
Dean; solo, "Flower Sons" (Lange),
Miss Jean Gilchrist; solo, "Sunshine
Waltz," Edith FurnesB; duel, Miss
HasBard and Miss Thompson; solo,
; "In Hani- and Pile" (Lange), l-Miia
Nelson; reading, .Miss E.llth Furness;
fancy marching,
Pan II,���Solo, "Angefi Vole b Ever
Near" (Sweet), .Miss Mitchell; solo,
Johnnie Garrett; solo, Willie Hassard;
solo, Ethel Teskey; duet, Edith and
Willie Burdette; solo, Marion Hub-
I bard; reading, "Ma Leetle Cabane,"
by Dr. Drummond, Miss Thompson;
solo, "Hunting Sons,'' Edith Burdette;
solo, (a) "Vesper Hymn," "Children's
Carnival," by Streabbog, Amy cil-
chrlst; solo, "Swing Sons," Willie
Burdette.
Miss Mitchell, after her second number, responded to an encore with
Mendelssohn's "Qoodellled," No. 6,
which she played with feeling and a
true interpretation of the composer's
thought. The club members decided
to send to the Etude, Philadelphia, for
club buttons. It. was also announced
that during the summer months there
would be a series of club picnics, the
first to be held in two weeks.
The members decided to take    the
name  of  the  Schumann  club instead
! of the Mendelssohn club, as most   of
I those able to attend were juniors and
j would appreciate the study of Schu-
| inann better than that of Mendelssohn.
The closing  recital of  the    season
j will  be held the last  Friday evening
in June, when the parents and friends
of the pupils will be. invited    to    at-
! tend.
Don't be persuaded to use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is thc cheapen
in the end,
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50c, 90c and $1.50 tin ��
The flrsl of June here end these lines hardly  beglnn m    ., _,;i
That's the cry In ib<- ready-l -wear department,    Toda;   .-.
trome measures. Prices have been reduced in such a  [i
week will clear every garment of the Immense   ovei |
every advertlsemenl 'and show window,
Self Rising Buckwheat    |
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Bananas.... 30c per doz. p,
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CA. WELSH
The People's Grocer
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very best Butter,.. $1 $
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facial, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home.   .Also manicuring ;
For engagement ring un A 339.
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SILVERWARE
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.
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our new offices, two
blocks rartner West, in the
Westminster Trust building, corner Columbia and
Lome streets.
Lustre Shirtwaist Suits
Reyular $15 to $20
Now $6.95
Navy, brown, cream and black
lustre and   black   Berge   shirt
waisi suits; all neatly trimmed
and all si/.es from 82 to 40; two
dozen In the lot. Sec cast window for a few styles. On sale
.Monday, June 1.    Each   . .$6.95
Summer Shirtwaists
50c each
Ten dozen new, fresh, whin;
lawn shirtwaists, five styles,
trimmed mostly with rows of Insertion and lace. Long and short
Bleeves, fastened front or back.
These lines were purchased by
us as special lines to sell at 65c
and 7 ���Ic. We place them on sale
today at  50c
Velvet Suits
Now $7.50
Two only,  whet   sull        :.
navy and one brown), rr,   ,  ,.
line    velvet,    Bhirtwal
regular    price   $20.00.   Special
price, each  $7.50
Ladies' Tweed Skirts
Special price ea, $3.50
New   tweed   Bklrts   In  dark
< olors,  mostly  Btrlped patti mi
Every skirt well m ide and finished by the best Bklrl
turer In Canada. Regulai pi  i
$5.00 to $6.50,   On   sal
each   $3.50
New Spring Jachefs
On sale today ea. $2.95
One lot of ladies' coats of
grey tweed, in checks and
stripes; short lengths only.
Regular prices $5.00 to $7.50. On
.sale,   each    $2.95
Long Kid Gloves, $1.95 per pair
Five dozen ladies' twelve-button Suede kid gloves, in shades   ol
tan, grey and black and white.    Von cannot always 'buy kid gloves
at this low price, especially gloves of the quality of Reynh       friar value $2.75 and $3.00,   On Bale this week, per pair   i
W. S. Collister &C
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
im^��'gg___y_K.rry_-^ '.
The LONG DISTANCE
F. J. HART y CO. TELEPHONE Puts
UNITED
New   Westminster,    Vancouver    and    Chilliwack,   B. C
C*$*<X>.**0*<l>*Q**0********<>**<t-&<<.4r<>'.  . ?->Q****$!>+-*OV**-?>v .
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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.
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L_MI FED
W***WES?JgS&BtL'0,
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* Electric Hallway Service!
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lnterjrb_n    Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. ni. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
e.ltj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, 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   Dl.
Sunday Service   halt-Hourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Have You f
Seen Our \/j,^^3
New Styles mMl^
In
| British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
'**************** **\
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They are the latest as shown in New York,
Boston and all other Eastern cities.
See them in our windows to-day
We are offering FOUR SPECIALS
for to-day:
Price. Saturday
Women's I'atent Luce Boots $5.00
Women's Vici Lace Hoots   4.00
Women's Vici Turn Oxfords 3.50
Women's Vici Welt Oxfords 4.00
The above prices are for today only.
$4.00
3.75
2.75
2,90
W. E. SINCLAIR,
������-[.���..���ttt-ftt-i*'*-*'-*****'^^
THE RELIABLE
SHOE MAN
Time Is Money���Don't Travel, Just Talk
Hides Wanted, ^ te i(j u Ma finefS, �����.
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
...pairs of all kinds -?iven special attention. Sewer connections mudc.
Phone A IV
Fraser River Tannery m��*# ^
Front St. New Westmir��t?r
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.

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