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White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
0/ WESTMINSTER, B. C
CHICAGO LADIES
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White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
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TE.N   CENTS PER  WE1CK.
PLAY POOR BASEBALL ^JNjflMUB
s��air Athletes Look Nice in
Striped Uniforms, But....
Locals 11, Ladies 8.
j Swarms of Insects Impede Passage of
Locomotives���Train Crews Have
to Scatter Sand on  Rails.
Five girls, three men and one nun- |
descrlpl who may have been   elth
pale oi Ci male, ,b,ut who Bpoke In ac-
uentj  like   Whispering  WHlie's    and
��ho had il!e back of his, her or    ll
peck shaved, turned out to meet the
cji; bu ��� iall team at Queens park on
gatu        afternoon  In   the  presence
,, , uui  live hundred people.   As a
c'icu_  attraction,   the   Chicago  ladies
:,, i .all team may be all right, hut as
p playing nine, it. is a rank failure and
!:,.,:    to  remain  so  until   the   whole
bunch of alleged  players,    Including
Bit  li   is relegated to the sawdust pile
wbenn the has-beens of sport gather
to di ram of bygone glories.   The girls
could not bat, the girls could not run,
tiit girls could not held, but the same
girlies could chew gum  to a   finish.
Thr men who "helped" make up the
nine might possibly catch a place on
a team in some small backwoods town,
but the)   could  never   hold   down   the
Job.   The third baseman was rank at
time and worse at others, while   the
���:. needed a change at each , nd
to Dial ���   II   worth  while.    The he. sin
,. .; thai  held down the shortstop's
Job was right there with the pickup
mitten and  crabbed  everything    that
. her or its way, being respon-
neai doable play In   tin*
alng, but when balancln
wand he, .she or it failed to generate
..   energy to hurl the pill any
..��� ance.
Aftei   .v.idiiig through eight and    a
half innings, the (same endi I with a
.  in       ��� leven to i ij bl   In    ivor of
Enough ��� .-. or   w< e mad��
! the tt estminster men Lo lasl them
of the Beasbn, some of these
I very much like pn tneditat, d
��_'l Intena km .   ungies Inlrodtced to
drla travel aroun i the b
iger's Bodli .��� 's boj s exerted
������'. a.. i Ivi b  any,  the    Chicago    skirt
rs would have been made to tee]
their Inferiority keenly, bul Buch nice
in, u as Silver, Stein, Sinclair
ju! Sayce could nol resist the temptation to be pleasant to the travelling
damsels, even if it might eosl a paltry
run o,   two or result in a couple   of
uiiiis.   Staid married nun like Ryall
id Canfield were sent out t:i the out-
I'toal the humble caterpillar can stop
in a C. P. It. train Is no Ulght of
I the Imagination, but a serious proposl
Ion to roadmasters and section gangs
on the division west of Vale, since
thi warm weather began these pests
of the horticulturallst, and so full of
l ron Ise to the Btudi nl ol entomology,
have multiplied exceedingly on the
cks, where the heat encouragi s
their development. At night myriads
swai in on i he "head" of the ratls, and
th . warmth keeps them there iiii a
passing train deals out death and destruction. Their bodies so grease the
rails thai Beveral times last week the
train crews failed to make the rising
giades till the metal, had been well
sanded. This was the case on Friday
evening near Mission when several
trains were stailled. The phenomena,
according to railway men, is by no
nn an., uncommon in tropical climates.
SUFFRAGISTS PARADE    NEW BUILDINGS ARE
IN LARGE NUMBERS!   READY FOR HOSPITAL
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British Women March in
Procession in London ���
Many Barmaids in Line.
News of Brutal Crime Near Hazeltnere
Columbian     Hospital    Man-' Suppressed In Blaine for Several
.                                 m   i Hours���Hunt Is Continued.
agers   Arrange   to    lake
Over theNew Departments:
London, June 14.���Marshalled in
sight distinct columns on the Victoria
embankment, a great army of from
twelve to fifteen thousand women
suffragists paraded the metropolis
tins afternoon, and wound up with a
meeting at the Albert hall, at which
such well known women as Lir. Anna
Shaw, Lady Henry Somerset aud Lady
Frances Balfour voiced ihu demand
of women for an immediate extension
of the franchise. Suffrage societies
m Austria, Australia, Canada, France,
itussia, South Africa and the United
Status sent, representatives to support
It, was necessary that the monthly
meeting of the Hoyal Columbian hospital board should be held on Saturday, as there were several matters requiring Immediate action. James Cunningham presided, and those present
weiv Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Broad, L. A.
Lewis, James Johnson, Marshall Sin-
clalr, W. II. Keary (secretary) and E.
ii. W. Suit, architect.
The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved, and the
salary list and accounts for May were
read and passed.
Superintendent's  Report.
The following report of   the   lady
iuperintendent, Miss Martin, was re-
liAMBUNG AT RACES
.fe WW YORK
Hundreds of Policemen and
Detectives Detailed to Enforce Hart-Agnew Laws.
FISHERY REGULATIONS
5SUED AT OTTAWA
Drastic Changes in Rules-
Export of Fresh Sockeyes
Prohibited.
the British  women.    The  great pro- jceived:
cession    was    swelled    In    Trafalgar I    '* 'beg to submit herewith, statement
square by several thousand .barmaids,  Of patients, Royal Columbian hospital,
for the month of May, 190b: Number
of patients in hospital aMay 1, 45; discharged, 49; died, 1; admitted during
May, 54; remaining May 31, 61J number of patients treated during May,
     __  99;   number'of  hospital  days, 1430;
Grand,   Beatrice  Harraden,  Elizabeti:   number of maternity cases treated in
who had been demonstrating against
the licensing bill. All sorts of women,
whose condition in life is as wide
asunder as the poles, took part in the
march and united in the common
cause   of     woman     suffrage.     Sarali
Robins, Lady Onslow, -Mrs. Alfred
Lyttelton and Gertrude Kingston were
among the more notable women that
mafched at the head of the different
sections. Dr. Anna Shaw and a\liss
Luc) J. Anthony, delegates from the
United States, led the procession In
carriages,
MUSICIANS AHE SEEKING AID
FOR OPEN Alii .eras
0  awa, June I >.-  The new   Britisn
Ashing regulations appear in
Canada Gazette today, H	
Fishery licenses wid only be grant- .	
ed to British subjects who reside   In I    r,  ���   .,   ,        ,,,,,,
C. D. Peele and Fred Jackson, two
:-*'' province. Lj  lh(. members 0l  tll0  Westminster
No new cannery or curing establish. city band, will wait upon the city
menl can commence operations with- couacl] tMi evening for tbe purpo..
out a permil obtained from the min- oI requesting that body to lay aside
li-ter Of marine and fisheries.     - .,  8um  of money  t0 defray    tne    ex-
Existlng canneries must secure a Lenses of free open air concerts this
license, costing $50 per annum. summer.   The proposal is to give eon-
A permit for a new establishment (.u... ori CoUunljia Btreet on Satur-
. :il only be Issued after a favorable day evenmg to,a at Albert Crescent on
report as to its sanitary conditions.    ! Wednesdays or Thursdays.   The iium-
The annual fee for a salmon net is ,,.,,. o�� musical tI.eats to De giVen Wjii
?5. The maximum length is to be 300 depeild entirely upon the amount, of
yards and depth sixty meshes; size Of   lmmey voted for this purpose.
mesh,  seven   inches,   extension  measure, or In Bockeye salmon nets    five
fieldf wh^' ttey were ^afaTfroin the j**'"'  three-quarter  inches
gulling  charms  of the  (air  young measure,
1    Herring license
extension   SKAGWAY  TRAVELLERS
ARE IN HARD STRAITS
iings,
Alex. Cunningham graced the centre
    *>0; length of net,
100 yards; mesh not less than two and
cottage, 10; received from paying
patients, $973; number of patients'in
hospital June 13, 48.
The New Buildings.
Miss -Armstrong wrote on behalf of
the women's auxiliary for permission
to use tbe new maternity cottage for
an at home on Friday, June 36, to
mark the opening. The request was
granted. The building committee will
meet on Thursday to take over the
new buildings. At a later date the
board will hold the formal opening.
A committee consisting of Mrs. Hill,
Mrs. Broad and the superintendent,
wen. appointed lo arrange the furnishing of the nurses' home.
Visiting Committee Satisfied.
Miss Mdggie Turubull, graduate
nurse at the hospital, was appointed
bead nurse for the maternity cottage.
The visiting committee last montb
were "Mrs. Hill, Mr. Sinclair and the
chairman, and they reported paying
regular visits to the hospital, and
found all satisfactory. The conimittec
for the ensuing month will be Mrs.
Hill, -Mr. Lewis and the secretary,
Isolation Cottages.
Mr. Sait presented the plans of the
isolation cottages, of which three
were built, and these were approved.
Specifications will ibe prepared as soon
as possible and tenders called for.
The Blaine Journal of Friday, June
12, comments strongly on the suppres-
; sion of the news of the murder of -Mrs.
.Mary    Morrison,   of    Hazelniere,    on
Tuesday afternoon last.   Although the
crime was committed shortly after two
i o'clock,  It  was  not until  after    live
o'clock the same day that Information
to that effect was given to the Blaine
'authorities, who, as soon as they were
made acquainted  with the facts, im-
l mediately organized posses which set
[out on a hunt for the murderer.    In
\ the meantime, over three    hours   of
' valuable time had  been  lost and  the
| criminal   had  had  ample  opportunity
\ to cross the boundary line and    gain
; shelter on the American side.
.Nothing further has been heard of
| the probable whereabouts of the murderer, and all hope of capturing him
is now practically abandoned. .Men
are still beating the bush in a hopeless search for the criminal, but they
are keeping at it more out of disinclination to give up the chase than
because they believe the murderer to
be still hiding in the district where
the crime was committed.
FEDERAL ELECTIONS WILL
FIND SOCIALISTS BUS.
Parker Williams, Nl.  L. A., Says Can
didates  Will   Be   Ready  in  Six
Provincial Constituencies.
Skagway,   June   14. ��� Two   more
______^^^^^H_______________________i a half inches  extension measure. ' steamers from Seattle and Vancouver
mine diamond with his presence and; n m ,i(.ensei ?2.50;   length  have lan<led here, bringing 200    pas-
Miappy smile,   in his capacity of urn- ^^ mt ]ess ^ twelve ! sengers bound for   the   inside.   The
Plre, h  was the first chance he had -^   ^.^ m<jwure. j travellers are compelled to stay here
ever bad to boss    a woman   without; f(H.   &   sa)mon trap'on account of a lack of accommoda-
fear ol  his  ruling  being    questioned1 '        . i ��� _.___,..___
,    ' net license Is $'���>���
and he made the most of it. He reach    *���**
ed heme safely .alter the game.     H   	
Sinclair created a sensation by slid" i ^^7'One-tWrdof any cove, bay I ^."although many are still leaving
,,,. j,,,,., must ,be kept free from nets. | wRh small boats, Through passengers
S io second in the    sixth
slid-
Inning
i urin��. .*. T.-. ]tjoa at whitehorse. The reports which
Fishing with nets in British Colum- j^, from the ,.lt,e��� place sh<w that
i;, v.atvs i. prohibited, except under j(he r[ve_ ig sUU {QQ low for naviga
YOUNG BAPTISTS TO ENJOY
MOONLIGHT!HIP ON INLET
���with Clara Urmsby attempting to bar j
lie  im egress in the orthodox milliner. !
A  kind   providence .blew  a  cloud    Ol
,;"*t into Sinclair's face.
Captain Birdie Dixon's coaching was
11 feature of the game. "Keep your
tootsies on the canvas," "Cripple it.
kid," "Come on, sport, work up a
Bweat," were a few of the choice
handouts to hor crowd
although   the   game
No kind of netting is allowed in ; tspecially are waxing warm over the
fresh water lakes and on non-tidal delay< Thls town la filled to the limit
waterB. j with people destined for Yukon river
The export of fresh clams   is   pro- j ,)olntSi m(] a number of them are In
hibited, except to the other provinces , mluIK.ial straits.
of Canada.
Salmon under three pounds must be
Trout under
Anarchism  at  Honolulu.
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lhlw  pounds cannot  be bought, sold |    Honolulu, June   _4.-An attempt to
;ale in the province.     : assussinate- Chief of Detectives Taylor
was   nothing     N<^?erBon 8ha]i fish    for   sockeye i.,nd nis wife was made today, a dyna-
more than a farce, the crowd grot its ( ���*  alK)vl,' llu,  x��w  Westminster :mite bom-j -j-elng exploded outside the
money's worth in fun and    no   com- nvnaer.  unless    under1  -'      v���iti.*.r
^^^^^���^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B on tnt
I'Jalnts  were  made.    The    attraction.    ^^ of ���
also provided a financial success ami;     m _    leoi
'utidcntally  showed   that  Interest  in
baseball is growing in this city at   a
fast clip.
Westminster ���Sinclair, lb; Fltu-
Serald, ss; Silver, 2b; Trouty, c; Stein,
Sl): Ryall, If; Peele, cf; Canfield, rf;
Sayce, p.
Chicago Ladles���Mi', or Miss Brew-
st,ei. ss; Blanche Orrie, cf; Birdie
Carlton, lb; Reggy White, c; Tom
^halen, p; Clara Ormsby, 2b; Frank
C��rey, 3bj Maude   Crabbe,   if;   Alice
"using, rf.
Score by innings*. In^H
f,,'irago Ladles.1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 3*���8
Westminster   ...3 IO20320X
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Dick Burde Is in Town.
!!��� .1. Burde, editor or the Albernl
Pionepr News, visited this city yester-
''iv for the first time In many months.
"Hick" appears to have struck a
'"inan/.a at Albernl, where he is now
e'assed as the leading spirit In a"
l��i>>l.ic enterprises. His stay in West-
n*in_ter will be limited to a couple of
days,
raser, unless under j wina0w of their bedroom. Neither
pedal license, which j chief Tayior nor his wife was hurt.
There is no clue to the perpetrators
of the outrage. Chief Taylor's life has
often been threatened by Chinese
gamblers. The force of the explosion
shattered a large tank, throwing the
heavy timbers a distance of fifty feet,
and destroying the heavy porch under
the outside stairs of the house. The
main building was not damaged.
, shall be issued only to a British itt-
I tect   actually  resident on either side
'of the Fsaser mer; above, that ia.
east of the New Westminster bridge,
such  license to    hear    conspicuously
s luce: "This license
A large contingent of the local Baptist Young People's union intends to
parcipitate in a moonlight exursion
on Burrard inlet with the Vancouver
members of the union. The ferry
steamer St. George has been chartered
by the union societies and the trip
will take several hours, the boat
journeying up Into the North Arm
where the majesty of the over-towering cliffs frowning down upon the
waters will appear with an added awe-
inspiring effect in the glimmering
moonlight. An orchestra has been
hired to serenade and encourage
the sentimental lovers. Refreshment
stands with the customery summer
drinks will be on board, and a truly
charming ride has .been arranged for.
The special which will carry the local
folks is to leave the tram office at ten
minutes to seven.
Parker Williams, .M.L.A. for Newcastle, addressed about 100 men in th..
Eagle* hall ou Saturday evening under
the auspices of the Socialist party of
Canada. He dealt mainly with the
economics of his political faith, and
tnade the statement with regard to the
Aylesworth election .bill that if carried
it. might place possibly 1500 Orientals
on the voters' list, as no provision
was made under it, as in the case of
the provincial lists, to discriminate
against Asiatics. Mr. Tordiffe, of
Vancouver, presided.
Socialist Prospects.
In conversation with a News man
later, Mr. Williams said the Socialist
cause was making headway in Westminster, as everywhere else in the
province. They would contest six
divisions at the next federal elections,
Comax-Atlln being the only impossible
constituency, owing to its position
geographically. At the last election
they ran five candidates, but the *sup-
tort already promised meant that they
poll many more in each division.
There was no question that J. H. Hawthornthwaite would run in Nanaimo,
and that his chances were good.
N'ew York, June 14.���Three hundred uniformed policemen and scores
of plain clothes men swarmed the cou-
liin b of Gravesend track yesterday
and gambling was practically stopped,
in compliance with the Hart-Agnew
laws. A few bookmakers made quiet
attempts to take wagers, and of these
ten were arrested and arraigned before .Magistrate Tighe. Five of the
bookmakers were discharged and the
others were released on $500 bail for
. rial on June 22.
Six ven   thousand   persons   went  to
the track today to see a day of nac-
ing without the interest of speculative
(.lenient, and   except for the deserted
netting ring there was nothing to indicate any unusual situation.   An nour
before tlie trumpet called for mountB
on the first race a l'ue of 150 policemen filed into the betting ring ana the
gathering crowds were informed that
the ring was to be used only    for   a
thoroughfare.    .Meantime  John  Cava-
natigh, head of the Bookmakers' club,
mounted a stool and told the    bookmakers that the Jockey club would aid
the police in the execution of the laws.
The bookmakers filed out of the ring
and   dispersed   among   the  spectators
on the lawn and in the grandstand.
|    Detectives  in  plain  clothes  moved
j in and about the crowds, and whenever they saw three or four persons
ingaged In quiet communication they
ordered them to move on. In this way
the    crowds    were    kept    circulating
about the grounds and prevented from
gathering in groups.
Several wagers were made along the
tail by passing money In handkerchiefs.
RAW KOBBEKS BELIEVE
PASSENGERS OF VALUABLES
AUSTRALIAN BALLOT IS
ADOPTED BY FRANCE
stamped across
valid     between     New   Westminster
bridge and Mission .bridge."
Closed times for salmon shall be:
From Saturday at G a.m. to Sunday at
12 midnight ln all waters of lintish
Columbia south of the 51sT parallel of
north latitude, and in the waters ot
the Skeena river and Its estuary north
of the limit mimed, - salmon fishing
with nets is strictly prohibited. But
salmon traps located west of Gonzales
Point, Vancouvei* island, are excluded
from thla prohibition. In thy years
1908, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1914, 1915 and
1918, known as "small run years" or
"off years," this weekly close time
Bhall be six hours longer, viz.:
From Saturday nt ti a.m. to Monday
that part of the fia-Oi*
Q a.m. Il
(Continued   on  Page
Four, i
Fire Destroys Cut Wood.
Two hundred and fifty cords of wood
belonging to a Maple Ridge rancher
named Ward were last Thursday afternoon destroyed by a bush fire which
originated in an attempt to clear off
some .brush a short distance from the
spot where the wood was plied ready
for hauling. The loss will be In the
neighborhood   of   $600,   and   is   not
Paris, June 14.���The chamber of
deputies today adopted an amendment
to the voting law which practically
puts Into effect the secret Australian
ballot system. There has been much
complaint on the system of marking
the ballots in public. This has enabled the ibig land owners'and manufacturers and political manipulators to
exercise duress on the voters.
Masked Men Compel Victims to Line
Up and Deliver All Monies and
jewelery���Secure $900.
Reno, Nev., June 14���A special from
Rawhide says: The stage between
Fallon and Rawhide, bound for this
place, was held up and robbed yesterday afternoon, the robbers securing
the Wells-Fargo treeasure box, containing, It is believed, a good sum of
money consigned to the banks and
mining companies here.
The passengers were lined up on.
the roadside and relieved of their
money and jewelry, amounting to
more than $900. The work was done
by two masked men, heavily armed.
The officers have a slight description of the bandits, and it is believed
their escape is impossible. A posse
under Sheriff Engalls started in immediate pursuit
CHICAGO 8UFFER3 FROM
EPIDEMIC OF RABIES
Attempting Hard Job.
New  York, June 14.���The    biggest
revival in New York City since    'he
death of D.  L. Moody has been P��M-   ,__    .
ned under the leadership of Rev. Dr. jCOVered by Insurance.
David C. Hughes, father of   the gover- ,
nor.   Meetings will be held from June | Ward *, Named Chief.
14 to September 20 ln a new tent, j    Seattte(   June   14.���Captain   Irving
with a seating capacity of 3000,   at: ward, who has been the acting chief
Fifty-first street and Broadway.   The  of Lne poiice department since Mayor
best known evangelists In the world, | Miller took 0ffice, was yesterday ap-
including  Rev.  J.  Wilbur    Chapman, , p0*nted chief of police.   The question
Dr. lleckenrldge, the Scotch evangelist,
and Rev. James Grey, of Chicago, have
which the mayor has had under eon
sideration  for  several    months    was
Chicago, June 14.���Rabid dogs bit
five persons and threw the entire
south side In to a state of terror this
evening. One dog was killed and four
are at large.
The section has experienced an epidemic of rabies and many of the
schools are almost deserted because
parents are afraid to send their
children to them.
ENORMOU3 DEATH DUTIES
ON ENGLISH ESTATE.
London, June 14.���The sum of at
least $1,500,000 will be paid in death,
duties on the estate of the late Henry
Btschoffsheim, the financier and
philanthropist, at the age of 79 years.
The estate has been valued for probate at $8,006,840.
In addition to this sum, however, the
testator held settled property of great
value, and there appears to be no
doubt that the total valuation will
amount to over $10,000,000.
ami rte->. .luiutr. .-������-.., ���  I	
been brought here to concentrate their I settled quickly and simply when the
efforts to reform this city. itlme came to make the announcement.
Plot to Assassinate Kaiser.
Vienna, June 14.���A Prague newspaper reports that a plot to take the
life of the Kaiser was frustrated at
Vienna during his recent jubilee visit
to the Emperor Francis Joseph. White
he was driving to Schoenbrunn castle
two women were noticed to be attempting as he approached to take
something from a bag they had with
them. They were arrested and the
something was found to be a bomb,'
Teachers Strike in Santa Rota.
Santa Rosa, Cal., June 14.���Members of the board of education are to-
r.ight wondering where they are going
to get instructors to take the places
of nearly half ot the teaching staff of
the public schools, which has resigned.
The resignations followed the withdrawal of Supervising Principal E.
Morris Cox, who became Indignant ��t
the treatment accorded him hy members of the board. Vlce-Prlnclpal O.
A. Johnson announced his withdrawal,
<ind other teachers also declared thejr
rould quit
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Bishop Gillespie.
Bishop George de NorniandieGillespie, of the Episcopal diocese of
western -Michigan, who has recently asked to be relieved of his duties
on account of his age, was born in Goshen, X. Y., June 15, 1819, and
graduated from the General Theological _em.ni.ry in Xew York City lu
1840. In the same year he was ordained a deacon of the Episcopal
church by Bishop Onderdonk and three years later he was ordained
to the priesthood. During thenext eight or ten years he filled pulpits in New York, in Cincinnati and in Ann Arbor, Mich. He became
the first bishop of the diocese of western Michigan in 1875, his consecration taking place. In St. Mark's church in Grand Rapids. Bishop
Gillespie has for many years taken an active interest in public affairs
as well as in his church work. For thirty years or longer he has been
one of the most active members of the Michigan state board of corrections and charities, nnd for a number of years served as chairman
of the board.
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I Wanted -:- Lost ���:- found
���M* ___________ ____________________
I For Sale -:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
The Miner Knows
What Good Coal Is
and so do we, but you will probably have to depend on the
honesty of the dealer, and we
ask you to try us, and if your
coal is not higher grade than
the average we will be glad to
make good our guarantee. Our
prices are right, too.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
This Date in History.
WANTED���.Nurse  maid.    Apply
Dr. Jones, Royal avenue.
-Mrs.
FOR SERVICE���Jersey bull, at Hillsborough Dairy, Sapperton.    $2.
WANTED���Smart  boys
street.   Good pai*.
at  228 Front
POR SALE���One car of driver and
heavy horses. Room _C Windsor
hotel,  Westminster.
FOR SALE ��� Seven roomed house,
bath room, pantries, closets, woodshed; horse stall, carriage house;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner, 192
Eighth street.
TO LET���barge furnished front bedroom, near library, 2S7 Victoria St.
WANTED���Fishing boat about 26 by
6. Apply stating price, P. 0. Box
S73.
JUNE 15.
1381���Wat  Tyler  slain  at   Smithtield.
1.05���William B. Ogden, first mayor
of Chicago, born in Walton,
N. Y. Died in .New York City,
Aug. 3, 1877.
1.54���Worcester, Mass., almost destroyed  by flre.
1868���aMount Cenis railroad through
the Alps opened.
1869���Dr. Livingstone, the .African explorer, reached the Congo
river.
18S8���Emperor Frederick of Germany
died.    Born Oct. 18, 1831.
1898���House of representatives passed
joint resolution for annexation
of Hawaii.
1907���The second peace conference at
The Hague opened.
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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.
The Jeweler t
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|W. C. CHAMBERLIN
AT THE  HOTELS,
LOST���On B. C. E. R. car or in city,
ladies' gold watch, set with diamonds. Finder rewarded on re-
turnlng same to Westminster Clothing store.
LOST���Brown leather case containing
telescopic lens. Finder please return to Daily News office and obtain
reward.
FOR SALE���Six room modern house,
full sized basement, on cement
foundation, on one of the most
beautifully situated lots in the city,
it being the third lot east of Sixth
street on the north side of Fourth
avenue. Prce $2500; terms, $300
cash, balance to suit purchaser.
Look through this house and if you
think favorable of it write me and j
I will call upon you. Thos. W.
Hemphill, 1337 Harris street, Vancouver.
ESTMINSTER Realty and Employment .Agency, 266 Columbia street.
Furnish male and female help to
���employers at short notice, and free
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 922.
Russell.
C. E. Frith, Vancouver.
Mr.  and  Mrs.    Northcot    Johnson,
Peach Grove.
John A. McLean, Vancouver.
Dan E. McLean, Vancouver.
James H. Lawson, jr., Victoria.
Miss Grace Tulk, Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tulk, Vancouver.
Edwin B. Roos, Vancouver.
W. R. McMurray, Vancouver.
Tom Proctor, Vancouver.
J. Murray, Vancouver.
W. Mc. Donough, Vancouver.
R. J. Burde, Albernl.
Windsor.
T. Campbell, Kamloops.
A. C. Minty, Spences Bridge.
J. Leslie, Cloverdale.
W. B. Hlland, Cloverdale.
J. E. McAulay, Bellingham.
J. Beaton, Nelson.
W. F. Ironside, Vancouver.
O. Olsen, Ladner.
Guichon.
George Jay, Victoria.
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SAME AS RENT  I
$500 cash and monthly payments, same as rent,
will buy one of the best nouses in the city, just
built. Every modern convenience. Lot
66x132. Planted in orchard. Close to the
park and city car line.
! P. PEEBLES
REAL [STATE
BROKER
IRE  AND ACCIDENT  INSURANCE VALUATOR.
Phone 307.
P. O. Box 13.
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Dinnerware!
FARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,
skilled and common labor supplied freo. Orders solicited. Canadian
Pacific Employment Agency, 506 Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
WT
CTED���PUPILS    (EVEIS'INGS)
English subjects, classics
���science, mathematics.   Box 4S7, city.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEELEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone 431. P.O.Box 885.
Call Early For Good One*.
At the end of a big ball one of tbe
quests went Into the cloakroom at 8
in the morning to put on his things,
and the attendant came forward with
c coat
"That Isn't my coat." said the guest
"Mine la a perfectly new one."
"A new one? Oh, I haven't any new
coats left after half-past 12."-Sourire.
W
'E have received a new shipment of our three stock patterns - "ANJOU," "ARCADIA," and "YEDDO." If you are
using any of these patterns, it is a good
time to replace the broken pieces while
our stock is complete. We have some
splendid values in sets, and a good
assortment to choose from.        :       :
QOOKSLEY'S
: Picture:
POSTCARDS
ADAMS & DEANS
ARE  NOW  ON  SALE  AT
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery
M
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Ye*.
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
farther information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
fm Second Avenue, Seattle, Wsib \
MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE.
J. G. GAMON'8 CIGAR DIVAN, and  j
F.  MACKENZIE'S  DRUG  8T0RE,
Electric Railway Service \
Notice re Water Rates
lnterurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
stations  will run every half-
a. m.
m.
Last
hour  from   5:50
car leaves at 11 p.
(Last car iv. Vancouver 11 ���.SO.)
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 following resolution was passed
at the regular meeting of the City
Council on June 1, 1908: \
"That the water rates to be paid hy I
consumers lie amended as follows:
"(1) That the water supplied to
Chinese houses and all other houses
and offices in connection with sawmills or other Industries lie charged at !
the household meter rate, th.^t .all
sawmill stables be charged at the
schedule rate per horse. (2) That i
.he minimum charge to household
meter services be increased to $1.87
per month, subject to the usual rebate, j
(3) That the minimum meter charge J
to business meter services be in-
01-safled to $2.00, subject to the usual j
lebate. (4) That the irrigation rate j
by meter be increased to 20 cents per !
100 cubic feet. (5) That the meter
rent for one half Inch and three-
quarter Inch meters be 25 cents per
month, nett."
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 4, 19*8.
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over tbe
citj line.
the hour,
a. ta.
commencing at 6:30
Sunday Service hai.-nouriy be-
0 tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd f
<���
o
o
i t
o
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pioneer Limited" St Paul to
1    Chicago, "Short Line"  Omaha to
Chicago, "South    Went    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
I railroad in the world that equal in
! equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
! waukee A St. Paul Railway. They
' own and operate their own sleeping
; and -Hnin-; -���_ tb on alll their trains and
give h-, i. ��� trong an excellence of
servi.t -.;. .burnable elsewhere.
i H. & ROWE. General Agent
134 Third SL. cor Alder. Portland. Or.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
MONDAY, juNF  1E
-WNE  15. 1908
J^eich
>>*************m
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
Phone 101
Phone 101
***************** ********* ********************aaaaa\
Fruit Ranches
All   slashed;   no  buildings;
Reasonable terms.
good
Ten acres convenient to town-
water; on good road.   Price $1100.  	
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain roail. All slashed
two room house; small garden and chicken house and run; splendl
soil and good water-   Price $1200.   Reasonable terms,
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
Lld,
JHOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE ani������INSURANCE
���"������
I
COAL
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345
OFFICE: FMT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -
'Phone   105.
NEW WESTMINSTER
S.S.   RAMONA!
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
HMCPEl
i
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman or.   Ker    wharf,
New  Westminster,  Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave3  Chilliwack Wednesday,  Fri-
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
R.   WHITMORF. .Secretary.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
CANADIAN PACIFIC.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next   Bailings   of   the   Empresses
June 26.
For  other dates  and   particulars,
apply to
ED. OOULET.
C. P. R. A .eat.
Westminster
Transfer Co
137
Re the southeast quarter ol* section 11.
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
James O. Smith on t'he 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 Westmin-
���ter, B.C., May 2, 1908.
to
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the __ald
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1884���Charles Robert
_     _-,_-_�����_.*_   ., , Culverwell to Montague William Tyr-
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,!whItt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackson
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgage
FAIRBANKS.    Daily trains (except  m fee-
Sunday)   carrying  passengers,  mail,     Ja"��u��ry 9. 1886���Montague William
express   and   freight   connect   with  Tyrwhitt   Drake,   Harry   Dallas Helmcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PEAR30N,
Agent.
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS. Traffic Manager,
...    .Vancouver. B. C
Ofllee 'Phone  185.      Barn  'Pliom
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered    promptly
any part of the city.
��Jght and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
ANU ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on  sale    to all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates to  Southern  California
For full Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore. MONDAY.
the, daily xr-rws.
I ��� ILIJI
DO YOU POSSESS
Ihatcomiortablofi.,:,,, ���      ,
THE NECESSITY n,. never been
more apparent man;,  tl      *, sent time.
ADVANCE MEN DECORATE BILL BOARDS
A SOUKCtL OF DISEASE.
 The
ROYAL BANK gmNATU
.-.���you tojojn the large number of satisfied Debitors
INTEREST AD] ED     riMl
I'ut y���i,'��� money wh,r, cessib require i
BANKING BYM/ PECIAI1
START NOV     DO lELAY
\KV-   '.Vr-T.llNSTi;i:   BRAN(,H, E.      D      IVIr-       _._.
*������  k.  LYLE,   Mgr.
man Q. Bmith, manager nf tye
advertising c-.w of thr Ore
Rowe    circus,    museum,
'""��� 'erie,  hippodrome and  oongress
" ��� I in thf). city ea
Saturday.   With Mr. Smith nr.- ;.
lithographers,
��������� ���    i       ������������������ imers.   farmed!
"���'ii   his  arrival   In    this    city
Uspatched in all  din
i within   a   radius of   Blxtj
'"���'' city,  these  skilled di ���
cipite ��� ������' rui b will   leave   the r
llworl  in conspicuous places that
���   taken  won.' rapid, bul   I
you that never ln the history ol'
this iinu have such magnificent enlargements and Improvements been
made. Shortly after the show was
chartered In Its winter home, Mr,
Rowe began active preparation
this season. His first move was to
', uy all of the animals at the ("hutes,
in San Francisco. This is said to he
the greatest transaction in animals
i v r consummated toy any individual
in this country at any ono time Then
p irchased elephants and other
aid valuable heats in Xew York.
The nexl  mdve was the selection ol
RYALL'S
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_"��?_������__ ,?lm
%**M l        V \fca_
i'     Vrf'^ ;A��fti   ^vtk \ WW;
Pure and Fresh
25c a Bottle
TRY ST
1       -^���Hfe^ '
������'. .    i v-y       -.. .    ���
���-
'<''
a    Mrf��   U
8E
At
Ryall's Drug Sto
l.pwnro   <!"���   Stun   V. !.<>   riiiwn   Small*
Throus.il  Hi.  XoatrUs.
A popular practice of many smokers
consists in discharging Ihe smoke tn
haled, especially from cigarettes,
through   the   nostriK    This   is   even
considered by some to i isentlal to
the full enjoyment of the flavor of iho
ceo.
The London Lancet, while acknowl
edging  that  perhaps  under  ordinary
clrcnmiftances ho harm is ,]    | , ths
smoker save to his sense nf smell, lia��
sounded a nota of warning against tht
habit as a possible disseminator of dl*
ease. Hay ('ever and other annoying
complaints have been spread through
unsuspecting households by the un
thinking visitor who habituallj blew
- through bis nose.
The surface traversed by the tobliCCC
smoke before Issuing from the noSe, II
I remarked by the Lancet, is inois
Cened with the natural secretion of thf
mucous membrane lining it, and this
secretion Is mingled with the fluid ili.-i
charged from the conjunctival sac pro
tectlng the eyes, it therefore contain*
numerous micro organisms, which
Boating In the air, have become attach
8(1 lo lhe moist und stick surface o'
tbe conjunctiva, ns well as those which
pass   over   the   surface   of   the   nasal
brane.  As Tyndall long ago slio l
ed,  germs  are completely  Hltered oH
from the air inhaled by the extcnsl".<
and Irregular surfaces pre ented bj
tl ��� turbln 11 i mes, These germs am
carried  Into the air  b\   the  man  who
blows smoke through bis no tril .
PRINTING
CORRECT STVLL
MODERATE PHlit
Tit S!:!'i' THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
Located aftlie KEAK
nf "Daily News" Block
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
W$
B. C, Mills, Tiiuihibe.!- u):.
Trading L-cam?^
W _. **J
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Martutattaren and /).<_._._ m AU Kinds o.
-..umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings.   aSash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     I urnerl Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass. J
| FARMERS ATTENTION! |
���
J Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining, j
j ~ t J
: Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster   i
l  __.,_._.,.,.,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817,
CAPITAL ��14,400,000.0"
RESERVE             |11,0O0,000.00
Branohee throughout Oanada and New toundland, and in London, England,
New York. Chicago and Spokane. U.S.A.. Hnd Mexico City. A General Hanking Business Transacted.
tetter* of Credit issued. Available WttL correspondent;. In all parts of the
World.
ti. ngi Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of ��1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cert, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $]CS,0O0.OO0.00.
���NEW   WESTMINSTER BRANCH <1.  0.   BRYMNER.  Mu��r
(fr-OURIS ^ROWiSKlNMMARTIP. ��RA&Y~tlEI��HANT*
all  thai   run  mny  Yn-.'.Ct  thai   thi
circi]     '      exhibit here on Satur I
June 20  and tha   ll will I e the i
hi    r .u   to visit   thi    si .tion ot the
������< -mt r   tid;-; ye
'*;     Si I      l      caught in a reminiscent, mood  after the rush  and tfu
tting his men started, and said:
Rowe, you know, :-!
In a small way in this business,
thing    mua   have a beginr
and as a child must creep before 11 is
to wall... so has heen the Ms!
"������"     & Rowe circus.    You all
th   his "."��� ot the traine I animal
; of   its    success and    gradual
ii e into a circus.   The stride
��� i rfortrrfefs for this season.    Mr.
Row,    -ccured   mostly   perform-, rs   Of
'national reputation, and more big
ri   *icis  will  be seen  with    the 1
this  year than  have ever  been
i xhibited with a tented exhibition be-
Phe nexl movi we - to enter Into
combine whereby theirs will be
1    big circus to visit this see-
on   of  the   country  this  year.    Our
i'mncisco engagement    was the
successful in the history of tent.
jed amusements ln the west.   We play-
���:   ���   :  paid a '.missions "during
lour run oi  thirty days and tho press
Ol   ']���,��� cit;   were unanimous in    their
:       E thi   big show."
m*mMsm$��. m/awtf?^-
P
i\XA*V   VlWJi
lv;
I
s*?^?mK&&��i��F^mi-?vr:?:
A SENSE OF DIRECTION.
The   .'rime   Requintte  For  Malctnn  *
True Wobdaman.
A sense of direction I should narhi
ns the prime requisite for him who
would become a true woodsman, ile
pending on himself rather than on
guides. The faculty is largely developed of course by tnuch practice, let
lt must be Inborn. Some men poi
tt; others do not���-just, as Borne i iei
have a mathematical bent, while to
others Bgnres are always a despair. It
is a sort of extra, having nothing to
:lo with criterions of Intelligence Ot
mental development, like the repeatci
movement In a watch. A highly educated, cultured man may lack it; Uu:
roughest possess it. Some who have
never heen in the woods or mountains
acquire In tbe space of n ,*ac tion t
fair facility at picking a way, and 1
have met a few who have spi at tiieli
lives on the prospect trail and whe
were still and always would be a-
helpless ns the newest city dweller
It Is a gift, a talenl. If you have its
tiniest germ you can beebme a traveler of ��� the wide and lonely places,
tf you have it not you may as well
resign yourself to guides,���Stewart En
ward White lu OUtlttg NIAgazine.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Double   Daily  First
All Points East.
Class Trains  to
f?/-"���''-'���aH-WBB
Atlantic Express leaves at 7:15 a.m.,
imperial Limited at 5:15 p.m.; morning trnln connect also for Seattle. The
evening train makes connection for all
points in Kootenay.
Excursion rates to eastern points
on June i?th and 20th. July 6th, Ttn,
22n I and 23rd.
By Wearing a Suit oi Our
Summer Underwear
Science  mill  Mori-lit: .
The true student of the professional
br technical school becomes Jielr to a
comprehensive nnd clear understand- ,
in^ of his duties and responsibilities lu
his rolatlons to his fell.iw ineu uud to
tlie community.   Those duties and re
.ponslbllitle.s present themselves to bis l
drained mind lu their real proportiob
tie ls neither nondeveloped uor malde- :
veloped Ih bis judgment ��*f affairs. Ilia .
university  training,   especially  in  the   Or to E. J. COYLE,
Eor further particulars and reservations apply
ED.,GOLTLET.
Keent, Xew Westminster.
Ela
Balbriggan.  All
Sizes
Sizes
Natural   Wool,  All   Sizes
stic   Ribbed.   (W^atson
\)   All
Stanfielcl's,   All
Deimel s Linen Mesh.
Sizes
All  Size
s
technical school, lias taught liiin accu
racy and penetratiph iu the analysis of
any proposition confrouting him and
that truth and knowledge must be
Boutrht with the directness of a plumb
line. Science yields uotliiug but confusion to the shifty, devious and (lis
honest Inquirer. The fundamental., ot
morality are tbe very stepping stones
to technical success or professional at
talnnient.���Scientific American.
Asst.  Genl.  Fa**s.  Agt., Vineonver.
Grand Trunk Ry.
| IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Weatminater. Telephone 333.
 THE J
* Wardrobe Clothier j
\4mW
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
FRONT STREET
R, MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas aad Hot Water fitters, ttr. |
R 'pairs of all kinds dvetl special at-
tention. Sewer connections made,
M -derate Charges. Phone   A .".77
Front St. New We$tmin��ter
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractora
New Westminster hranch P. O.
mx 64...
._,- ��m*mm**********i
iRe lot 241, gi*oup 2, New WMtm nster
district.
A certHlcate of Indefeasiblfe title to
the above property will be l8SU< rl to
John  S. Robson on  the  15th d'ty    of
June, 190S, unless in the meantime   a
valid objection thereto be made to me
i In   writing   by   a   person   or   persons
I claiming nn estate or interest therr-
! In, or In any part thereof.
C. S.  KKITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
| Land   Registry  Office.   N'ew  Wes'**ntn-
!    ster, li. ('., 1st May, 1&08;
Tire person or  pet-sous hating    In
i their   eu.tml.   or possession   the  following  Title   Deeds  relating  to    the
! -.rIiI property are reiitiested to deliver
the name to the undersigned:
28th  July,  1890��� Louis    WUlle
Bfirtt Orau.
Conveyance In   fee.
J. 8. ROBSON,
per C. E. Rohsnn.
Applicant.
1>. O. Rox  474.
Tel.
Rf*s.  429
Estimates  Submitted.
.. \Vestminster_.
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID, Proprietor.
Manufacturer! of
'.Vrought   Iron   Gates,   Fences,   Crest-
Ings, Balcony Railings, and
Plre  Escapes.
General MachlnelWork and
BLACKSMITHINQ
Office and Works
Tenth Street,  ���   New Westminster
The   .lelll.,-1,,1. r
"There's no reason why the hellbender shouldn't be good to eat." said
a seieutlst "Its principal food ls the
crayfish, tbe same as tbe principal
food for bass. The helllilnder belongs
to tbe f-aine family of niupliRilans ai
the frog and ls very closely related.
"Both are hatched from tbe egg, and
both puss through the tadpole stage
before reaching maturity. The bell
bender Is a mighty fine ffsh, as nny one
can proVe to himself If be will conquer
bis natural aversion." The hellbender
ls found principally in streams about
the foothills of the Alleghany mountains.
���"Tlie Sailillr.
Early    Greeks    ami    Romans    roue
torses iiii-ebaek.   They regarded lt aa
effeminate to ride tn d  saddle.   Tb*
ii.iideril saddle,  with pommel,  crupp&r
and stirrups, was unknown lo the* nn- j
rleuts.   Nero ga\v6 out fancy coverings ]
to hii oiyalry, and the barebaclk rulers I
,if the German forests used to laugh a��
them.    Saddles   wilh   trees  came  lute j
tiso   In   the   fourth   eenliiry,   stlrrup_ |
three cetltUtles later
'tiiiMilnK nml Sitting.
David fclowpny -1 shall bring yoo
back those dark trousers to be reseat
ed, Mr. Snip You know I Bit a good
deal. Mr. Unlp (tailor) -All right, and
If you'll bring tbe bill 1 *��ent you si*
mouths ngo I wlll be pleased to ie
eelpt that also. You know I've stood .
food deal.   London Tit-Bits.
Properly Situated.
"They may suy what they lilt*
���gnlust him," said the convicted one's
defender, "but bis heart Is In the right
tlace."
"Yes," assented the other, "and so h
the rest of hlm for a few years."
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim" Tables, etc.. ailclress
I GEO. W. VA'^X,
i Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, HUS Adams St.. ChicaRo, 111.
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Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
NelsonS ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
.onnccting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and 0. R.
���fe N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
idian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points
Connects at Meyers Falls witb
stage ("lily for Republic.
Buffet service on traini between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,    November
lyoi.
T_eav*            Day Train Arr_r��
9.30 a.rn Spokane ....7.15 p.m.
ia.25 PA Rossland ...410 pja.
y.4c a.m. .....Nctsno 645
H. A. JACKSON.
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY
JUNE
1338
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.Managing   Director
times and close seasons as are otherwise prohibited, no gill nets for salmon having a mesh less than seven
inches, extension measure, shall be
permitted.
From August 25 in September v>,
both  days inclusive,  uo  salmon  nets
used     in     the
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MONDAY,   JUNE   15,   1908.
TORIES WITHHOLD SUPPLY.
of   any   kind  shall   be
Fraser river district.
The taking of spring salmon or
quinnat and of Bockeye salmon from
October 1 to November 15, both days
inclusive, is prohibited.
'the inking of oohoe, dark salmon
and humpback salmon from November
13 to January 1 following, both days
inclusive, is prohibited.
The taking of steelheads from No-
Auother matter of givat Importance
which will not be lost sight of during
the next general election, is the action j     ^	
Of the Conservatives in withholding veniber 16 to .March 2_ following, both
supply, ihe effect of which is to keep days inclusive, is prohibited in non-
of men throughout Canada  tidal waters, but in tidal waters from
; January 1  lo .March 25, both days in-
pay.    What the Conseij
effect  is,  unless  you!elusive.
to I The taking of trout of all kinds is
: prohibited from November 15 to
\ .March  25  following,  except    in    the
thousands
out of their	
vatives   say   in  effect  is,
change certain pending legislation
suit us we refuse to vote any money
for the public service. J
Last month hundreds of men in the | waters of the interior of the province
employ of lhe Government could only
draw half their wages, and this inonth
there are thousands who cannot get a
cent of money from the same cause.
The .Minister of Customs stated frankly to the House that, although the Op- j
position had developed a process
oi
obst ruction, yet he would not give in
until he had made an effort to get the
money to pay the wages of '.,000 men
in the employ of the customs. He took
this course so that the Government
employees would not blame him if
they failed to gel their checks on
time, but would know where the blame
should be placed.
.Acting upon this worthy motive, the
Minister of Customs sat in the House
until 4:_0 next morning trying to
break down the Opposition, but failing to do so the House arose without
having voted a cent for the purposes
it customs.
lne Conservatives in the House-are
ies[>ousil.le for the non-payment of
Government officials, and in view of
the approaching elections it is wt���� to
bear this in mind, so that the blame
may be placed where it belongs.
Ou a short day in the House, which
was succeeded by a holiday, the House
was tgain moved into supply, and .Mr.
Foster again interposed with a motion
on the subject of cold storage. This
meant, of course, that the House could
not get into supply, and. of course,
could not vote any money for civil
servants' wages or anything else.
For at  least  four  months,  the  Opposition have monopolized the time of
the House, and a greater part of the
time 'their tactics have been  nothing
less than obstruction, pure aud simple.
Long debates    have succeeded    each
other with great regularity upon mat-
ters  rn'  no  interest  whatever to the
people of thu country.    Scandal after
scandal, so called,    has    faded   away
vhen confronted with the   evidence,
iniil      nothing     remained     but    the
hadow.    The Opposition have failed
to fasten one. solitary act of   wrongdoing upon the Government.    Scores
���of men have been hauled before committees of the House, volumes of evidence have been taken and the result
so far this session has been ian absolute blank.
This probably accounts for the pres-
li'    attitude   of   lhe    Conservatives.
Knowing that a general election is not
far distant,    and    realizing that they
cannot go before the people with any
proved scandals,    and    knowing well
that they have nothing to offer better
than the policy of the Liberal Government, they seize   on    an    imaginary
grievance with regard  to the amendments to the Election act, aud they try
to  embarrass    the    Government    by
blocking   supplies   until   the   measure
is withdrawn or changed to suit their j
.views,
If the Conservatives had any policy |
'.o present, or if they could suggest any
reasonable objection to the Liberal policy with which the people apiiear so
v-M. satisfied, and under which they
have prospered for twelve years, then
���there would 'be some reasonable excuse to offer for blocking th-e business
of the country, but none of these reasons can be urged. The Conservatives have no scandals and no policy.
of British Columbia east of parallel
120, west longitude, where the taking
u:' trout of all kinds from November
|l.j to May 1 following is prohibited.
The taking of herring from .March
1 to April 30, both days inclusive, is
prohibited, but the close season may
commence at an earlier date under
authority of' the district Inspector of
fisheries in any locality in which that
officer may decide that such prohibition is necessary in order to protect
spawning herring.
The taking of halibut from .March 1
to .March 31, both .days Inclusive, is
i inhibited.
The tidal boundaries in rivers specified below shall be defined as follows:
Fraser river, in a line coinciding
with the -Mission bridge.
Skeena river, a line drawn from an
island north of the Balmoral cannery
��� o Rock Point, on the opposite or
north bank of the river.
aN'aas river, a line drawn across the
river from Rock Point to a projecting
point on the opposite bank of the
river, immediately above Fishery bay.
Cowichan river, a line drawn from
Serpentina point to Cowichan head.
Rivers inlet, a line drawn from
Devil's slide to a point on the opposite shore, marked by a point ''.earing a white flag, placed there by authority of the district fishery inspector, during the fishing season.
Fishing by means of nets of any
kind  or description is prohibited    in
\-ati is of Victoria harbor inside of an
Imaginary  line  from   Macaulay  point
to Clover point, and embracing all the
waters of the harbor to Victoria arm, |
and including the inlet.
Also iu the waters of Nanaimo bar-j
lor and Departure bay, provided that
herring gill  nets  are    permitted    in
N'analmo harbor and Departure bay.
The export of fresh sockeye salmon
c ��� of fresh herring is prohibited.
VAUDEVILLE
Circus Day at
tt*.
The royal city j m jesterP Saturday, lu
Work on Mission Bridge.
Tho new C. P. Et. bridge at Mission,
carrying the railway over the Fraser
mer, is making good progress, the
old wooden piers .being replaced with
concrete. Another span has just been
completed of the steel work, anil as
four of the piers are in position, it will I
be seen that work is going on steadily
to completion.
Vaudeville Theatre
MACKENZIE ST.
PERFORMANCES
Afternoon and Evening
MISS DORIS CACKETT, ibe eleven-
year-old  Child  Soprano.
F. JONES, Tenor.
MOVING PICTURES
ILLUSTRATl-.D SONGS
EFFICIENT  ORCHESTRA
FERTORIViiAINCES AT
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Circus Day at Vancouver, Monday and
June 22 ant. 23.     Perforii.Qi.ixs
.Ilia.
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RUBBER STAMPS
No mor*. n^e. of sending your
orders to "Thc oilier side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
MADE IN CANADA
Mail  orders  filled  same  day as received.
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &   SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"
D. C. PATTERSON
Boilermaker
PFRSO.VAL   .\TTENTION   TO
REPAIRS.
Works     at     EDMONDS      STATION.
P. 0. Box 903. Phone 418.
PASTURE
LAND
FOR   CATTLE   AND   HORSES
From  one  to one  hundred  head.
FIELDS  FENCED.
Abundant  grass and  water.    Apply
to the owner,
W. R. AUSTIN
Telephone J 175.      SAPPERTON  P.O.
ADMISSION
Adults,  10c. and  15c;
Children's    Candy
days, 5c.
Children,  5c
Matinee    Satur-
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
HARDMAN. CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
I TRAVFRS AUCTIONEER and
J.  I I\rt V L_I\J villi.Till.
VALUATOR
All  business  In this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every Friday morning
on the  Market square.
We have just received
and you are invited to inspect,
without doubt the finest selection of HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever crossed
the pond.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
Columbia St.,  NEW   WESTMINSTER
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100 NEW AND NOVEL FEATURES lOO
The only *>_*j railroad show coming thisyear
COWIE
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Have proven to be superior to all othcis in DUR  ,5,L
LIADILITY,  ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTIMG.
Send for new catalogue just Issued, which fully illustrates t; .
merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
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SOLE   MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
FISHERIES REGULATIONS
ISSUED AT OTTAWA
For a cool, comfortable summer footwear
there is nothing to take
the place of a light, well
fitting Canvas Shoe.
iM We have all the new styles in these summer shoes.
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river between the New Westminster
bridge and Mission bridge.
-Frxim Saturday at 12 noon to Sunday at 12 midnight in all the waters
���of British Columbia north of the 51st
parallel north latitude, but excluding
the Skeena river and Its estuary, salmon fishing with nets is prohibited.
From Friday at 6 p.m. to Sunday at
(B a.m. following, fishing with salmon
traps west of Gonzales Point, near
Victoria, is prohibited.
Between November 30 and June 30
following, both days Inclusive, the annual close season, br during such close j
Men's White Canvas, Goodyear welt Oxfords, guarantee-1 not to squeak, a
pair $2.50
Men's Brown Canvas Boots,
a pair.' $1.50 to $2.00
Women's Blucher cut, large
eyelet, Canvas Oxfords,
new in to-day $1.75
Women's best American,
white, pink and blue Oxfords $2.50
Boys', Misses' and Children's Canvas Shoes from,
a pair 75c to $1.50
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them examined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical
Parlors
Jewelry
in T.  Qlfford'i
Store.
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Nothing gives a bright residence a
lireater 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 Brumme! garden, instead
of one looking for all the world like
a dirty, tattered, listless  Hobo.
When you purchase your lawn
mower, get one that will respect your
energy, and not send you to bed worn
out and disgusted.    We have a large variety in .took, including the latest.
and easiest ball bearing mowers yet mvented, and  we  respectfully solicit
your critical inspection.
We have garden tools and implements
the moat fastidious, and economical buyers,
supplies.
in  stock  calculated  to  satisfy
Also an extensive stock of Bee
r. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
HARDWARE,  ETC.
Limited
COLUMBIA  STREET
Buy Your Summer Shoes Here
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
- If FOR SALE.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we>ill
deliver to any part of the city.
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Greater Bargains and More Rigorous Price Reductions Than Ever
jlondaj and following days will win..,. in thla ���,,.,., . |lgge_
trade movement than even the iwe previous , .. produce,!. *nK.
third week of this great sale, Instead o�� diminishing the bargain list.
jgoae would naturally expect, ,,,.,., tends to mgment it. Many new
Items hitherto unmentloned are to be offered this week al prices that
Bii.t make them fly away.   This is your opportunity,
Ladies' wash suits at $1.95
A oomplete line of fancy print dress,-,.   ,;.���,  wnt_e,   nicely  trlm-
ued; all sizes; values up to $3.50,   June Sale i
'rlci
.$1.9.
Women's wash skirts at $1.50
Tins It an exceptionally cheap
lim> of women's wash skirts, In
white, duck, pique and Indian
Head; regular values $2...u and
12,75.   June Sale  Price  . .$1.50
$1.75 Dressing Sacques, ���];.(;
A beautiful assortment, being
a line of manufacturer's samples, In white and colored lawns,
percales, etc., nicely trimmed;
regular price $1.7... June Sale
I'-i'e 95c
Children's dresses and boys'
blouses at less
Before making your purchase Ot children's dresses you would do
well by first inspecting our Btock and comparing our prices and
qualities.   Remember they are al] reduced.   Prices  5Cc to $2.95
Interesting items in the staples dept.
Bath towels at 50c per pair
You will soon be going to the beach,   H iw are you ofl tor bathing
We have B specially suitable one for the seaside; lVo yards
lone; regular price 6.c.   June Sale price pair 50c
Muslins, Ginghams, Etc., IOC
This  is  a medley  lot.   being
mce or ends of the
li  goods    oi    muslins.
prints and ginghams, valui
lo _fl       r yard.    All going foi
pet yard  10c
Fancy Ginghams, Zephyrs and
Veslings ai I5c yard
Se this marvellous bargain
of vi stings, ginghams, embrdld-
ered Z phyrs, etc.; values 25c,
35c and 50c. Now going for, per
vard  15c
Special sale of sample curtains
Is Afl offer worth enquiring into:  thirty pair of cream  Not-
lace curtains, 21-. yards long, verj  wide; regular price $1.00.
ton   Sale Price   65c
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ONE CAR OF RAYMOND ALBERTA
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GET YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY. \
AS WE ARE EXPECTING A RISE
Hungarian Flour $��
IN PRICES ANY DAY
AT   TME
\ Public Supply Stores GEVoDP*MS
Columbia   Street.       New   Westminster,  B. C.
Prop.
Fhone  92.
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T HENLEY FXRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door* from  Ceo. Adam*, Crocmr
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CITY NEWS    I Good Morning, Madam j
Rain
in '"' 8h|ne you will lind comforl
;;"  "IM ! Sport" hand inado cigar. ���*
a.U     IWllUS    Ol     aUU.l.llA
llorist.   i'lione ls4.
ul  '1 iu;. .-,   mo
The wi
'e somen's auxlliarj ot the Royal'    The ladies aid uf the Olivet Baptist
'lumblan hospital meets thia after- church will hold the annual sale
'" in ,l"' board of trade room.
Geo.
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See our ao :,
Qour, ?1.60 sack, or $6.25 barrel
Adams, Public Supply Store.
A meeting of the executive of   the
[New  Westminster Publicity    association will be held in the board of trade
room at live o'clock this evening.
See  our  ad.   on  page 8   for
silver goods.    Chamberlain.
j Howard E. Cochran, for some time
J past connected with the firm of \V. J.
! Kerr, today enters the employ of F. J.
JHart & Co.
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work and ice cream lawn social at the
,���.,.,,    ,, j residence of  .Mrs. J.  Eugene Brown,
bei I a    Hungarian   .,��� ,
lhird   avenue,  on   Thursday   of   tliis
week.
No better goods made than the
Havana "Brllllante" cigar,
clear
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Come in and inaiwct our brand new stock of furniture and carpet*
also upholstry goods, lace curtains, portierres, table covers iu chaa_I_*.
or tapestry and lace door pannels, etc., etc.
ONE  BIO SPECIAL.
Two hundred high hack chairs, caned backs, double stretcher-
good and strong.    Regular $1.26. $1.r> and $1.40.    Special    *..'i0
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Hev. \Y. ,1. Sipprell, D.D., principal
of the Columbian college, who has just
recovered from his serious illness,
leaves today with Mrs. Sipprell on a
tour of some of the Californian resorts.
Canadian   Wheat   Flakes   30c
package at Howard & Muirhead's
par
Fresh  dairy  butter  at  Howard  &.
Mulrhead's, 25c and 80c per pound. **
A man named Trethewey, supposed
to be ot unsound mind, was sent here
from Seattle, arriving on yesterday's Presbyterian assembly at Winnipt
train, to be examined pending detention, but when he arrived his friends
!'*il' him on to Vancouver.
Rev. Magnus Henderson, of Victoria,
preached yesterday at. S!. Andrews
Presbyterian church, supplying tor his
brother, Uev. ,1. S. Henderson, who Is
lue to return this morning from    thv
Daffllas, Geraniums and all kinds of
boding and vegetable plants. Davies &
Son.   Telephone B208.
A pair of fox cubs arrived at the
central fire station yesterday from the
; Saskatchewan prairies and pending
other arrangements, are placed in a
cage where they are the subjects of
much interest.
T'he Catholic Sunday school exur-
slon to .Mission leaves tomorrow at
7; 15 by special car from the C. P. R-
depot, returning at 8:30 the same
evening. A merry time has been arranged for.
A large donkey engine was yesterday afternoon taken across the Fraser
river bridge for use on the construction of the Bon Accord road, where
the men in the employ of Contractor
\V. W. Forrester are making good pro-
Duplicate orders of the "Auto" cigar* ,��ress*
prove*  their growing popularity.     ** j    A ^ ,)elonglng t0 j^ Adams,
Xone of the local societies of of the Public Supply stores, was on
Christian Endeavor will hold meetings Saturday afternoon stricken with sun-
next Monday, as the quarterly rally of stroke and may not recover. The anl-
the New Westminster district organi- mal had only been taken off pasture a
zatlon is to be held in the Sapperton couple of days previously, having
Methodist church. been leading an easy life across the
river for several months.
During 11)07 many families paid out ,
over $_00 in rent, and still own noth- | The committee appointed by the
ing. For only $000 cash and this rent council hopes to visit the market
on that new modern seven-roomed again this week in connection with the
liouse, centrally located, and in a few |rearrangement of the stalls. Before
years you are the owner. For full j anything is done, however, the white-
particulars see Abbott & Hyde.       ** 'washing of tbe market will be pvob-
���    , ,_.   ably taken in band.
A party of New Westminster people, |
including Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Collister, j    The    _Nol.,h    v.ulcouver
Miss Edith Johnston, Miss Dalgleish,   Simday school will lay
VV. 1!. and A. II. Johnston, are leaving
on  this   morning's  train   for  Seattle,
whence they will start tomorrow on a
three weeks' trip to Skagway, Alaska.
Methodist
a request before the council this evening for the
use of Queens park during the lirst
week in July. Already the authroities
have voted the use of the park for
July 1, '! and 4, so that the choice is
'S Mammoth Furniture Emporium
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LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA S"   VET.     NEW WESTMINSTE.., J. C.
Opposite Lo.we Street. Phone 73.
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A little lad who has several times
indulged in the unwise act of losing   limited.
himself again found the kindly officers , .
,    , .        Advices  received    yesterday
of the. law ready to escort him to his   ... . .     ,    .  .     ...  .   . ������
. , .   ���.      Nicoineu  island  state that fears are
home on Tenth street last night   The ^ ^ ^^^ ^    ^
wanderer's name is Freddie Smith, so ��� Qf ^ dam at the ^ q�� the
thai  anyone who is appealed   to   In ^ ^^ ^ .^ �� rislng
future mav know where the little way-
1U    c      ' ,; daily until it is now threatening the
Barer lives. ; stabii-ty o�� llie ^m.   The dangerous
Tho summer schedule of the C. P. R. | waters are being cloSely watched, and
came into force yesterday. The trans- , warning will be given to all settlers
continentals will run on revised time  should indications point to the possi-
sheets, trains from Westminster leav-  hility of .an immediate flood.
ing atY.15 and 17:25, eastbound  and      ^^ ^ expectatlon ln civic
the westlKiund sections are due 10: JO l^^^ ^ ^    ^    mM;    m
and 20:40.   This, of course, affects the  Queeng wm ^ completed ftt the
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| 3 RESIDENCES
* As I am about to leave the city I am offering three residences and
i    a number of fine residential and business lots for sale, some of them
��� improved.
Seattle service via C. P. R., owing to
the connection made at Mission Junction.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waten,
family trac\e a specialty.
T"' 1l3- Office   Eight street
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   e.   C.
'! I   a      HI   ' I
**"       ADVERT1SR       Tia
- IN -
HE      PAJLY      NEWS
*f iYo_,\e 4,i](;,UND Anything.
Ladles'Gold Watcnes from $12.76 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watcf"    open
lace, $6.00. .    .,
Gentlemen's Sliver Watcnes.  doubl*
���ase, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Menl
Watches, supplied to the Wei man
Arctic  Expedition.     -V"  warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewfiiry. eic. err..
Watch ^pairing; enar8eB rea80D
.ble.
Our
Grocery
Stock
end of the week, and be ready to turn
the water on. The council has already
authorized the use of the water for
operating electric devices, a feature
which is sure to be much appreciated
by visitors at the park during the
evening. The reservoir will be fenced
a3 time goes on, an absolute necessity from its position in a public
pleasure ground.
Good progress has been made witn
the temporary work on the Lulu island ibridge, but the need of immediate
substitution for a more modern structure is emphasized by the work already done. The Boundary road, within the Richmond municipality, will be
I repaired from the planks taken from
clean.    Our   values  cannot i the old bridge, according to the prom
ivery
thing
is
fresh
anc
be beaten.
WHAT WE HAVE.
Oranges, sixteen for  25c
Oranges, twelve for  25c
Choice Butter, per lb 25c and 30c
Canadian Wheat Flakes, per pkg. 30c
Cornstarch, three packages for ...25c
Fresh Ground Coffee, per lb 30c
Orange Peko Tea, three lbs. for..$1.03
Howard&Muirhead
BURR BL0CX, Co'.itaVia Street
Rhom No. 386
ise of the chairman of the board of
works, Aid. Henley. In connection
with this undertaking the poll to au-
authorlze the land sale takes place on
.Monday next, and the sale is provisionally lixed for Saturday, June 27.
Tonight's meeting of the council
will Include several matters of Interest. The flre limits extension bylaw Introduced by Ald�� Johnston,
comes up for further attention. The
practical scope of the measure is to
extend the limits for brick buildings
Horn Eighth street westward to Tenth
street, to include Chinatown. The
money by-laws will be read a first
time, so that, lt ls hoped, the ratepayers will adopt them before the holiday season sets In, the appropriations
for the different departments being
urgently needed if the city ls not to
be held up for necessary lmprove-
rients, and the carrying out ot work
promised to numerous applicants.
jL I ���'���(.-  ���  w VVU.
FIRST
| SECOND
1 THIRD
The large and beautiful residence
and grounds I now occupy, corner
Sixth and Agnes streets. Most suitable for professional or buisness man.
The residence and grounds corner
Sixth and Carnarvon street on frontage of 132 feet on Carnarvon street.
The residence corner Sixth and
Agnes streets. For terms and particulars apply to me at my residence, 53
Sixth street.
________________.___���
A. M. HERRING
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BE ALERT!
NON-TARIFF INSURANCE IS
THE POPULAR INSURANCE TODAY BECAUSE IT IS A8 GOOD
AS THE BEST AND COST8 LESS
MONEY. I AM SAVING MONEY
FOR HUNDREDS OF CLIENTS IN
NEW WESTMINSTER AND CAN
SAVE IT FOR YOU IF I AM NOT
DOING SO NOW. ENQUIRE FOR
RATE3.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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ffi^ilfe
shoe
TS".   FVnetared I.nr.
A visitor waa going through th* ehfl-
Area's surgical ward of one 'JS the city
bospitals when he spied a litrle fellow '���
with his legs In the nir and his weight
resting ou bis head and shoulders.   Go |
Ing closer, he saw that the boy's feet i
were fastened with rapes which passed
through a pulley above.   At the other
ends of the ropes were weights, Just :
heavy enough to hold the boy's legs Id
the nir without lifting him entirely off .
tbe bed.
"What's all that about?" asked tb��
visitor.   "Doesn't It hurt biml"
"Not at all," answered the physician
who was accompanying. "He doesn't
look unhappy, does he? That's the
way we always handle fractures of
the leg with a child. Otherwise the
youngsters squirm around so that they
work the splints loose. Only one of
this boy's legs is injured, but they are
both swung In the air for bis greater
eon-fort."���New York Post.
sunlight
soap
five
cents a bar
Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
all the toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and  follow directions.
shall be devoted in part payment of Langley,  Matsqui,  Sumas, and  Chilli-
the cost of construction o�� the    sal.l ! v;.ck and the Power Company, which
steel .bridge or otherwise on   Lulu Is- 'agreements were duly    rat-flu
Land as the Council may by resolution  confirmed by by-laws regularly
iby the Municipa* ~
ratified    and
passed
Councils of the said
land as the Council ru
determine.       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
(2)   This By-law before   the   final Corporations, the agreements between
passing thereof, shall receive the ��� I*6  Corporation of  the  Township  0f
Chilliwack and the Power Company
icing also ratified and confirmed .by
"The Chilliwack City Incorporation
Act" (190S).
  i   The waters at present  recorded  by
(3J     This By-Law  mav be cited as I.     _ _ . T   ,
. ..... the Power Company from Lake    Co
quitlam and from Lake Buntzen will
sent of the ratepayers of the .Municipality of the said Corporation in like
manner as is requisite for 'be issue ef
debentures for the raising of any loan.
the "Lulu  Island Land  Sale By-Law,
1.08."
Done and passed in opvn   Council
Sorrm.n af a   llaanrlat.
���"This thiiiR of being a humorist I*
about the saddest thing I know," sigh
ed Simeon Ford. "An ordinary person
enn have his moods and humors as he
pleases, but I must always bo on th*
Job. I am constantly being invited out,
not because I'm liked for myself alone
or because of my manly beauty, but
because I am expected to entertain th**
assemblage. The rest of the companj
may be as dull as dishwater, but if f
do not shake up the gathering with t>
few Jokes the hostess glares at me am!
really feels resentful. I may be sun.
ln the slough of despond, but just an
soon as I take my seat all lean forward
and eye me expectantly. -My sou, nev
er get a reputation for beiug funny, lt
la the most mournful thing on earth."
���-New York Press,
Tr*-*   of  I'liniiilirriiinlitM."
lTave you ever noticed that every
chambermaid who has been taking
care of tbe 'liny nnd feathers for n
number of years is usually devoid of a
few teeth of the upper "case?" Veteran chambermaids can seldom show
a full set of upper teeth. The absence
of Ilie ivories is explained as follows
by a downtown dentist: "The toeth of
the maids which I replace with artificial ones nre pillowcase teeth. They
are constantly used in putting on pillowcases and nre not Strong enough to
stand the strain. Their wo��*t_ is a eon-
stint wear nnd tear on tbe teeth."-
Pittsburg Dispatch.
~ YESTERDAY AND TO-DAY
! sterday and Today" is lhe title
of a handsome and very artistic folder
demonstrating and contrasting man's
i:;.'i in the different decades da'ing
I ack to the early Briton,
The folder is well worthy of much
praise and quite in keeping with the
mo lern firm who have gotten it up,
FASHION-CRAFT.
The folder will reach you if you
telephone or,can got it at any of the
FASHION-CRAFT shops
A Priceless Asset
A good set of teeth contribute greatly te
one's health and happiness. They add much
to the appearance and more to the  digestion.
Neglect is the only cause for the loss of
teeth. Come to us NOW, before it is too
���ate.
READ   OUR    PRICES
THEY  NEVER  CHANGE
Full Set of Teeth       $5.00
Bridgework  (per tooth)    $5 00
Gold   Crowns         $5.00
Gold  Fillings      $1.00  up
Platina   Fillings      $1.00
Extracting     50
' tilia 20th day of January, 1908
Received   the assent  of  th
rate
payers this day of
Reconsidered and finally
1908.
passed
this
Sent#0n Approval
TO RSSPON8lBl.lt PKOPI.U
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
Efce Inh Penci,
Your Choice of
T-
"a'JC.J
day of
1908.
City Clerk.
Le utilized to generate the power required  to operate the    said    further
undertaking of  the   Power Cpmpany,
and it is proposed to transmit such
power, light and heat through and by
means of pole and transmission lines
I from any of the power houses, substations or transmission lines of   the
| Power Company throughout the whole
Mayor.  aiea within which the further undertaking of the Power Company is to be
 H [carried on, anil as is hereinbefore de-
  fined:
Take notice that the above is a true .. And this Is further lo certify
copy of the proposed By-Law which that the first part or portion of the*
will be taken into consideration by said undertaking and works hereby
the Municipal Council of the City of |approved, will be the Line of electric
New Westminster one month from the , railway from the said City of New
first publication thereof in the "Daily Westminster to the said City of Chilli-
Columbian," and "Daily News" news-| wack   and   the   necessary pole   and
MS
S
Thite
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
Br Is,.,,.,
i
lllutlratiuns a:o i
xacl
NOTICE.
papers, whlchl first publication took
place on the 20th day of .May, 11*08,
and that a vote of the electors of the
City will be taken on the said proposed By-Law on Che 22nd day    of
Li ansmisslon lines In connection therewith;
(.'IJ And tliis i.s further to certify
that the Power Company shall have
duly subscribed before it commences
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   WITH* A    PRO-
TECTIVE   GUARANTEE   FOR
TEN   YEARS.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. W., Vancouver
^ours���9   a.   m.  to   6   p.    m.
Phone   2229
June, 1908, between the hours of nine | tbe construction of the said further
o'clock a.m., and five p.m., at tho
following places, namely, the ���Council
Chamber, Civic Building, the Fire
Hall, Sapperton; and the Light Station, Tenth street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
undertaking and  works, or exercises
any of the powers In thai behclf conferred ,: y the "Water Clauses Consoli-   .
elation Act, 1897," Part IV., one thoiis-
i.n,l (1000) shares of one dollar ($1.00)
each.   The further amount ol capital
full Jl kl. bl .. i I
"ii right hand ma   bi i
In   either our ,',
black opaque pan
Nou-breakabli   ,    ���   .    '
ent. us desired, - -
plain or eneravi ; Illm;, i
us preferred
Von im,. (rj ii
Ifycmdoiiotf. dlta,,
_ l-.-tl, r   ia, i. ���   ,
oure ti r n .,
run in  ���  ... ,
, liln.ly   mi  ' .. ���
^1 ,,t return ,i u
>uii|1.10Iii it.
Ctrroi liftI
Popular Bi    Oi . lm   ,
I onil'leU l��_l pi       :
l,e  carried   Ir,   ,.
pocket or ihoppl     I,a.
any   ��I1|I_  m  b  ., ,
num   leprln ��� i   i        i
point, pnllihed     v,
cm.-.  1<mni cottt   Hi    h     '
everywhere tor  .   '.tl
wenu l    Write for tei
rum ' ;,.,t >  _ forfi i
Laughlin Mfg. Co,
2^5     Majestic Bldg
Detroit. MiH)
City Hall, May 20th, 1908.
PART  IV.
"WATER    CLAUSES   CONSOLIDATION   ACT,   1897."
City Clerk. Irequired to fully complete the first
fart of the said further undertaking
, and works is to be provided by the
loan of two million four hundred aud
ninety-nine thousand   dollars ($2,499,-
|0Q0) to be made by the British Columbia Electric Railway Company, to be
secured by mortgage bonds of the
Power Company in sterling or decimal
St. ***>a~~-
,l
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&..*
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MAIL CONTRACT!
1;    This is to certify  that the Vancouver     Power     Companv,     Limited, I   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
(hereinafter  called  the "Power Com. currency carrying interest, or.by such
pany")  specially   incorporated    pur- cth''  """' 0l   Becurlty   as I,,ay    be
snant   to   Part IV.    of    the    "Water |agreed "*Km between the   8ald Cum"
panies;
Mail Service
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
1908.
IA  Law to Authorize the Sale of Certain Lands on  Lulu  Island.
Dispatched by C.  P.  R. train at 7:15
a.m.; close 6:30.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside No.   1,   dally   ei....,,.. Sunday;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily  exct-pt
Sunday.   Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway
Co., 6:30 a.m.
Vancouver, No. 1, dailyexcept Sundays.   Return mail received 10 a.m.
Vancouver. No. 3, and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; daily except Sunday. Return malls received
at 6:30 p.m.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:25
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C.
P. R. first mail). Return mail received
at 10:30 a.m. -
C. P. R. .No. 2, 6:30, all points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquitlam,
Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton, No.  2;  MillsM
Coquitlam, dally except Sunday.   Ke-
turn mail received at 10:30 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier 12*no noon:
Timberland, Strawberry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return malls received Tuesdays and Fridays,'
All down river points via Va:.couver,
except Sunbury.
Sunburry,     Mondays,   Wednesdays
p.nd Fridays;  leaves 11 a.m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:18 o. m.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday.
Return mails received St 1:10 p. m.
Burnaby    Lake.    Return    mall    at
5 p.m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 o, m.:
To southern    pOlnrs,    dally except
Sunday.    Return mall 11 p. m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8.45 a.m.:
Cloverdale, Nicomekl. Tu,. __el!.,
Ha.elmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonac-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
In Washington and south, also al)
points In eastern states), daily except Sunday. Return malls received
rt 3.30 p.m. Bonacord Wednesdays
and Sa turd a vs.
Clayton, Tuesdays ,and Thursday..
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
ynopsis    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered  section of Dominion lands in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting S and 20,
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 100 acres, more or less.
Application for entry mu3t be
made in person by the applicant at
la Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by pro*y may,
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, motb-
! er, 9on, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans*
(1) At least six months' residence
| upon and cultivation of the land in
| each year for three years.
(2) J. Homesteader may, if he so
desires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, ln
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement.
(3) 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 up-
��� on a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles ln
a direct line, exclusive o' the width
i of  road  allowances crossed    in    the
measurement.
(5) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties ln accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice ln writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands nt Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.  B.���-Unautnomrfl publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
_______���!
WHEREAS the Corpor; .ion of the
City of New Westminster is the owner
of (inter alia) Lots One (1) to Thirty-
four (34) both inclusive, in Block A
of Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
New Westminster, Province of Briiish
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 *
new steel structure.
AND WHEREAS It is deemed advisable in the interests of the said
Corporation that the said lands should
| be sold and the proceeds devoted in
part payment of tbe cost of construction of the said steel bridge ani
otherwise on Lulu Island.
AND WHEREAS bv tne "New Westminster Act, 1888���Amendment Act
18S9," it is provided that the Council
of the said Corporation may, with the
assent of the ratepayers of the said
Corporation, to he first had and obtained in like manner as is requisite
foi tho Issuing of debentures for the
raising of any loan, sell real property
j belonging to the Corporation on Lulu
Island with full power and authority
to execute all deeds and instruments
to effectuate the same.
THEREFORE the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
(1) It shall he lawful for the
Council to sell and absolutely dispose
of, to any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, all or any part of
the said lands hereinbefore mentioned
being Lots One (1) to Thirty-four
(34) both inclusive, in Block A of
Lot Sev��n Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
New Westminster, Province of Britisn
Columbia, upon such terms and conditions as the said Council may by resolution determine. And the Mayor and
Clerk of the said Corporation are
hereby authorized and empowered to
execute and deliver such conveyances,
agreements for sale or other instruments ���&! may be necessary to effectuate such sale or sales; provided that
the proceeds of any such sale or sales
Ciausi s Consolidation Act, 1897," on
the 25th day of January, 1898, for the
purpose of exercising the rights,
I powers, privileges, and priorities in
Land by Part IV. of the said Act
created, granted, and conferred, has.
i'i addition to its undertakings heretofore approved of by the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council by Certificates of
Approval, dated the 14th day of February, 1902, and the 1 sth day of May,
1906, submitted its further undertak1
ing to the Lieutenant-Governor in '
Council for approval, and that the
$*:.id further undertaking, as shown toy
the documents and plan duly filed in
pursuance of the said Act, has been
approved, and that the same is as follows:
The construction, equipment, operation, and maintenance of a line or
lines of electric railway, tramways, or
street railways, wi.h all necessary
pole lines and overhead and other
construction with all necessary side-
t neks, switches, and branches for
the conveyance of passengers and
ireight from some point or points at
or near Lots one (1) and two (2),
City Block four (4), in the City of
New Westminster, to and throughout
the streets of the City of Chilnwack,
passing through the municipalities
cf Surrey, Delta, Langley, Matsqui,
Sumas and Chilliwack, and the Town-
fcites of Ahbotsford and Huntingdon,
and throughout the District of New
Westminster and over and along any
of the public roads in the said Municipalities or any of the intervening
public roads, or such other rights of
way where the public roads are not
ii_ed, as may be acquired by the
Power Company; the erection, construction, operation and maintenance
within the said City of Chilliwack
and the said Municipalities and District of New Westminster, of electric
forks, power houses, generating
plants, pole lines, overhead and other
construction, and such other appliances and conveniences as are necessary ln and throughout the said City
of Chilliwack, the streets thereof, and
ir. and throughout the said Municipalities and the public roads thereof, and
in and throughout and over the public
loads of any Municipalities that may
hereafter be formed within the ,area
thereof, with public and private lighting and heating and power for manu-
ft'cturlng and industrial purposes, and
lq connection therewith; the construction, operation and maintenance of all
necessary and required overhead polo
ar.d transmission and other lines j
necessary or required in connection
with the said undertaking from any
of the power houses, sub-stations or
transmission lines of th-e Power Company throughout the whole area, as is
hereinbefore set forth. Together with
all such rights, powers and privileges
aa may be necessary to effectually
cfrry out the terms and conditions of
the several agreements made between
the Corporations    of Surrey,    Delta,
I. And this is further to certify that I
tne time within  which  the .aid  further capital to be subscrl ed, namely,
one thousand dollars, In addition    to
capital already subscribed, is fixed at
two monihs from the date hereof, and
trie time in which the first    part    of
said  further undertaking and works,
as set forth In paragra] ii 'wo hereof, j
i, to be commenced  shall be before!
the expiration of three months from
the date hereof; and the date at which
tbe remainder or any- portion of the ���
SI id   further   undertaking   and   works !
hereby approved mav be commenced
^_
is fixed ;.i five years from the   date
hereof, or such further time   as    tbe
Lieutenant-Governor  In  Council  may
hereafter approve.
Dated this 19th day of May. 1908.
FRED .1. Ft.'I.TON,
Clerk of the Executive Council.
FIRE ALARM  BO.XES.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed
the Postmaster-General,
celved at Ottawa uni
day, tne Nineteenth June, , i)
veyance of His Maji      . .Mails, oa
proposed contract  I
iime_ per week each
proposed post offlc
Gilley Station, B. C.
during the Postmaster-Gi n.n
ure.
Printed  uotici s  i   I furtl
Information as to cond      is of   p|
posed contract may bi        . _
forms Of tendi r 1 I
the   post  office 0 i
and from Mr. J. Woll    i at Dundoii
and at the office of the Post 0 ��� -
sjiector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post i iffice Ipspeclj
'Post Office Inspectors    Office.   \'i
couver, B. C, 8th May, 190
Mail  Contract
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and 'r����nth.
8���Royal avtmue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and 1 welfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue and  Sixth.
24���__a.rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av��.��ue and Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Klghth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
82���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C.P.R. Station.
42���Small & Bucklln Mills.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westmin
ster Board of Trade meets ln the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third1
Thursday of February, May,
August and .November, at 8Jp. m. i
Annual meetings on the third!
Thursday of February. New
members   may   be   proposed   and
SEALED TENDERS, adaresse
the Postmaster General, will te
ceived at Ottawa until Noon, on F:
day, the SEVENTEENTH OF JU
NEXT, for the conveyance #! I
Majesty's Mails, on a propose^
tract for four years, thirty-six timl
per week, between New Wc.tmiasi
and B. C. Electric Railway Btati
during  the  Postmaster's  pleasure,
Printed notices containing ft"'1'11
information as to condition, of p
posed contract may be Been and bio
forms of tender may be obtained
the Port Office of New Westmin*
and at the office of the Poa
Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENF1E
Post Office Ins
Posl Office Inspector's Office
couver, B. C, 5th June, i:m\
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Ith Street Sewer By-Law
1908
THE DAILY NEWS.
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���fcJUali �� value of such real propei ,    .  ..,
Knol i   ewer, having a sectional area 0,
^ft'iilknvn.i   streets;
Sxth
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Street from Front Street to Sixth Avenue.
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la street from Sixth Btreet    , i.,,       Block XIV
^rkson *���*���"'���"'' *'1""*n S;xUl S:iv'    ' ' '���"'  14, B        B
nTrnarvon Streel from Sixth Streel  to Lol   11    Hock 3
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hnnnlngham Street from Sixth Sti-,      t0 i. ���  ._   Block A
I" eI1-a Avenue from Sixth Streel to Lol  Ll   .   >. . n
Uverpool Streel from Sixth Si i to Lot I.   ,..,... n
��Georgi Street from Sixth dtree to Lol 2, Block H.
, jnca-.ii r Street from S.xth Street to Lol 36, Block II
'.,.,, Avenue from Sixth Street to Lot 37 ol Lols 7,39 & 10 S Blk VI
Blackford Street from Sixth Street  to Fll
Fourth Avenue from Sixth Street to Easl h     o   i.    5
���/���ft'. Avenue from 8lxth Street to Fourth street,
sixih Avenue from Sixth Street to Third Stree
' ' from Third Avenue to Sixth Avenue
Suli. Block VII.
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Sixth
Fifh Street
WHEREAS it is deemed expedient  to grant the prayer of   the
and that the funds to be   provided Improw
1 pal! by special rate in the dollar to       evled on the real pro-
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|_rnl_ion Realty Co CC 2 S. E. pt.
Cifauiiaii 1!''Illi: of Commerce  CO 2 N. W. pt.
put. Lafferty    CO 3
1 Katie I.. Thompson  CO 1 X. W. \2
Jchfl Uouglus __ John A. Douglas C.6 1 S. K.  n
jimes if. M at hers  C 13 18
Dominion ''overnmeat  C.14 1 __ 2
Bomlnion Government   Cor. Queens Ave. and
Eighth St. Armouries
! C::v of New Westminster  C.14 3
}(���  y. New Westminster   C.14 1 \V. 28 ft.
���Jjjm,   p.. Waghorn   C.14 4 E. 38 ft.
..o_i._ S. Hall C.13 13
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I David Murclile    C.13 14 S.pt. 32x66
Wm. A. fc Alice Anderson  C 20 3 &  1 N.  l��
Bb. J. Hacking C.25 3&.   S.V4
George B. 1 irew C-0 5
FrancM K.   Herring   >> I
Fiances K. Herring   A 2
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AL Lavery   L ]-'
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W T. J. Armstrong    A 21.
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jam - Cunningham   L. 3
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; Vanstone Heating ��_ Pipe Co   B 0
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i Holy Trinity  Parish      ';- 8
Holy Trinity  1'aris  H. '���>
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Helm M, Walter    u* ls
Helen M. Walker   u* 1;1
J- V. P, Herring   B 20
J. Lee Thompson    B 21
WWred Phllpet  B- --
Ken M. ^ celia S. Hoffard   b. 2,1
ptba B. Turnbull   B 24
m A. ...clnnes     B. 2_
pances E. H-erring   B> 2G
nances E. lk-rring   B. 27
pances E, Herring   ��- '^
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f- W. l'admore   B. 30
aartha B. Turnbull   B. 31
George Cunningham, J r B. T-
G.aniij Parrant  B- '**'*
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Henry T. Thrift    B. 35
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Adeline Armstrong   s.6
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Janet  Hall   s.6
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Adella G. We iber  S. 6
W m. C. Curt.s  S.6
Harvej M. Strelght  S. 6
F. J. Hav aV Co S.6
*.\ llliam Townsend  S. 6
John li. Jardine  S. 6
Allan Peter Grant  S. 0
Henrj  C, Major  &.0
James n. Dougherty  S. 0
Robei    D,  Hendry' B. ti
Ro    rl  D.  Hendry    S. 0
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Isaac Hudson   S. 6
J.unvs a. CujuUpghsm  S;0
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l    S. Annandale  S. 6 "
T.  s. Annandale  s 6
E. A. Greame and T. S. Annandale ..S.6
1-i. A. Greame and T. S. Annandale ..S. 0
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E, A. Creame and T. S. Annandale ..S. 0
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Wm.  Hearn    S. ti
.1 ..ines Trodden  S. 7 5
Constance Teather    S. 7 5
Katie  Ellen  Brown    S.7 5
Margaret E. Walker  S. 7 6
.Margaret   Peer    S. 7 6
M   E.  nines    S. 7 6
K. C. Bishop of New Westminster  ..S.7 7
Robert Jardine    S. 7 26
Robert Jardine   S. 7 26
Ei.euezer  Knight    S 7 26
William A. Grafton   S.7 26
William   A.   Grafton    S.7 26
George McPhail    S. 7 ^6
George McPhail    S.7 26
W   J. Corbett    S. 27
C. C.   Dunn    S. T 27
Jcbu   Weaver     S.7 27
hi I v.: r! /..  Whyman   S. 7 27
Martha Whyman    S. 27
rhos,   R.   Pearson    S.7 27
Thos.   li.   Pearson    S.7 27
Annie   Baker    ST 27
John   Weaver    S. 7 27
C.  C.  Dunn    S.7 27
\>    .1.  Corbett    3 7 27
.1.   A.   Mountain    S.7 2S
Jane 11. G. Hill estate   S.7 28
Aithur E. B. Hill   S.7 2S
Audur  E.   B.   Hill    S.7 28
Wm.    Taylor     S.7 28
Wm.   Taylor     S.7 28
Richard G. L.ngle   S.10 5
Richard G. I'ingle  S.10 5
tjarry T. Shaw    S. 10 5
Harry T.  Shaw    S.10 5
Arthur E. B. Hill  S. 10 5
Arthur E. B. Hill   S.10 5
Mrs. .1. 11.  Vidal   S.10 5
Waller  .1.   Baber   S.10 5
W.  J.  Baler    B 10 5
w. .1. Bater   S.10 5
Martha  E. Turnbull    S.10 5
Martha K.  Turnbull    S.10 5
George B. Conner   S. 10 5
George   McPhail    S.10 5
George  McPhail   S.10 5
Elizabeth .M. .Meredith  S. 10 6
C. G. Major   S 10 7
C. G. -Major   S.10 7
Jacob  R. Coon    S.10 7
Gcorgina  E.   Archibald    S.10 7
W.  W.  Forrester    S.13 13
V.    W. Forrester   S.13 13
W.  W.  Forrester   S.13 13
Arthur Doig   S. 13 13
Arthur Doig   3.13 13
Aithur Doig   S.13 13
C   B. Armitage   ���' S. 13 14
C. B. Armitage   8.13 14
Emeline Wilson   S.13 14
Ralph  Wilson    S.13 14
Ralph WilBon   S.13 14
Ralph   Wilson    S.13 _A
M rs. -Elizabeth Pope   S. 13 10
George M. Appleton    S. 13 10
.lohn  Pope    S.13 10
Miss  Elizabeth  Pope    S.13 10
Fied B. Pemberton   S. 13 10
Henry W.  Russell   S. 13 10
James R. Brennan   a-l3 10
David E. Ellsworth   S.10 4
Citv of New Westminster  S.10 4
Robert F. Dough erty   S. 10 4
John  Pope    S. 10 4
David   D.   Burnett    .....8.10 4
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Imposed and on the.  security   onU   snd debentures amounting tn th
ol  twentj   thousand  (20,000)   dollars shall  be issued  by   the said Oori
tlon  therefor.
(.t.i   The said debentures  shall 1*. madi   payable    ..:  the expiration
ol twent}  (20) years from thi di it ol issue ol the same and bear Inter* -
r. .1 rate not exceeding Bve pei  centum per annum.
(5.i    Thv debentures  maj   both as to principal sad Interest be payable Ln an;   place In Great Br tain, In tha   \ nlted  States    ol   America
Canada,  and  may  be    express'     In sterling money, 01  In anj  othfti
rency, ana may be made paya le In gold  and  the amounl be  rais   .
therein shall be paid out and expended In paying ofl and dlscharg ..
anj temporary loans heretofore obtained on account ol bu sa : Improvements and works, and tor anj other neceeaarj expenses In connection
with  said Improvements  an.i  works, and tor no other purpose whatever
(6.) If at any time any of the owners of the said rea'.
hereinbefore described, or of any pari thereof, desire ta. commute the.
Asses8menl Imposed by this Aci bj the payment of bis, her or theii
proportionate share or shares ol ihe a-ost thereoi as the principal sum
in lieu thereof, be. she or they may so commute bj payment of such sum
as may be necessary to realize at the end ot the currency of such debentures a sum equivalent to the balance then unpaid ol the said special rate
1 lit: oon.
i7i All monies arising out of the said annual special rate, and all
monies -received in oommutaUoa thereof under the preceding section of this
By-law shall be deposited in the Savings Bank of Borne chartered bank.
im Every debenture to be issued hereunder shall contain a provision
in the following words: "This babenture or anj interest therein shall not,
niter -1 certificate of ownership has been endorsed therein by the treasurer
ot the corporation, u> transferable exoapl by entry .���> the treasurer or bis
deputy in the debenture registry book of the said corporation al the Citj
of New  Westminster."
19) The amount of thv special rate levied hereunder shall be added to
the taxes for the financial year In which such rate ��� assessed and levied,
and such special rate may be oollected In every respect as ordinary land
or real property taxes of the City of New Westminster and may be en-
torced and recovered in tine same way whether by action to be brought in
any court of competent jurisdiction, by sale of the land or real property
upon which the same attaches.    Provided, howvver. thai no rebate shall  ie
allowed on the amount  levied here under,
(10)    This By-law shall come into operation and take effect
Of the passing thereof.
till    This By-law may be Cited '>*-���  U��e  "Sixth  Street     ?ew
1908."
n the Jay
By-law,
Done and passed In open Council th s 27th day of May. 1.0.
W. A. DC SCAN.
[ K. s. ] Clty Clerk.
W. H. KKAKY.
Mayor,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. I        PUNY tAST INDIANS.
AND, WHEREAS, lhe value of the whole real property rateable under
this By-law, as ascertained and llniini determined us aforesaid, ls two hundred and eighty-seven thousand and thirty ($287,080) dollars;
A.\U, WHEREAS, the amount of tne debt which this By-law Is Intended to create is twenty thousand ($20,000) dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, it will require ihe sum ot one thousnnd ($1,000)
dollars to be raised annually for a period of twenty (20) years to p��y the
Interest of the said deal, and the sum of seven hundred and forty-four and
31-100 ($744.31) dollars to be raised annually during the said period lor
the payment of the debt to be created hy this By-law, such last mentioned
sum being sufficient, with the est.iiia.i-d Interest on the Investment thereoi to discharge the said debt when the same becomes payable, making In
all the sum of seventeen hundred and forty-four and 31-100 ($1744.31) dollars to bo raised annually as aforesaid;
A.ND, WHEREAS, the value of the whole real property rateable under
this By-law directly benefitted by the said Improvement, and work upon
which it will be required to charge un annual special rate In the dollar
sufficient to pay the interest and create a sinking fund tor paying the said
principal ilebt of twenty thousand ($20,000) dollars wltuin twenty (20)
years, which said debt Is created on th0 security ot the special rate settled bv this By-law and on that security only Is two hundred and eighty-
seven "thousand and thirty ($287,030) dollars;
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municljal Council of the Corporation of the
City of New Westminster enacts as follows:
(1., During twenty years from the first day of July, 1908, the currency of the debentures to be Issued under the authority of this By-law
the sum of one thousand ($1,000) dollirs shall be raised annually for the
pavment of Interest on said debentures, and also the sum of $7_4.31 shall
be' raised annually for the payment jf the debt, making In all the sum of
$1744.31 aforesaid annually to be mlsed annually as aforesaid.
(2.) A special rate of 6.08 mills in the dollar Is hereby Imposed oa
the real property above described according to the value thereof as hereinbefore mentioned, exclusive of improvements, over ahd above all other
rates and taxes, which special rate shall be sufficient to produce in each
year thc said sum of seventeen hundred anil forty-four aad 31-100 ($1,.
744.31) dollars, and shall be annually Inserted in the Collector's Roll In
each .-ear for the next succeeding twenty (20) years, and shall be payable at the time or times and at the plane and In the manner ln which the
ordinary City taxes are payable, provided, howeter, that no rebate shall
be allowed on the amount levied hereendtr ft* afefwwld.
(3.) The sum of twenty thousand l*t*fi*0) dollars shall be raised
by loan by this Corporation on the stourity of   the special rate hereby
British. Columbia Coast Linn
Service.
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess May leaves Vancouver   S
p.m.   June   15.   27.     Princess   Royal
leaves Vancouver 8 p.m. June 9. 21.
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Princess Royal, June 9.
Princess May.  June   13.
Princess  Royal, June  21.
Prlnecss May. June  27.
VAN��0UVER--V'CT0RIA ROUTE.
Princess Royal leaves Vancouver
at 1:30 p.m.  daily tor Victoria.
Royal arrive in Victoria 0:30 p.m.
Royal arrives Vancouver S a.m.
Charmer leaves Vancouver at 11:30
p.m. daily except Sunday.
Charmer arrive in Victoria 6:30 a.m.
Charmer arrives Vancouver 7 p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday, v
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
Princess   yictorlft   leaves   Victoria
5:30 p.m. ilaifc*; arrives in Seattle 9:3-
p.m.   daily.    Leaves   Seattle  9   a.m.
dally; arrives in Victoria 1 p.m. daily.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and llth
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
month for Qnatsluo and way ports;
20th or each mouth for Ahcuset, Qnatsluo, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. s. .loan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m- dally,
except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives N.tnalmo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday. 2 p. m-;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8.S. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and  16th ot
every month. ,
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANOA, LUND,
ETC.
8. 8. Queen City.
Prom Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver 10 a.m. evor*'
Th-irsday. Returning arrives at Van
couver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER  RIVER.
8. 8. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sat-
Yfc* XatlTe  llorn  at Indlih  Par
Are n Sorry Lot.
"The queerest sight you see in India
Is the native born," said the sailor.
"Tb�� iiartT born is tbe thinnest, softest, laiiest. sailereet thing in the way
of a -white man that was ever In
vented.
"And he is tne proof that England
won't never colonies India. For th#
English can't live ln India, you ��*�����--<������
Tlie moist heat of that there land, with
Its nights of 110 degrees and Its MOOS
of 130 or worse, takes the strength and
backbone out of an Englishman, gi-e*
I bint liver trouble and makes a com
plete wreck of b'.m.
"If he goes hack home, he may r*
; cover his health. If be stays In Indi..
he don't never recover It. If he ha��
1 children born In India, those children
j are called native bom. and for poor,
i little, puny, spiritless critters they're
! the limit.
"If them native born Bngitsh havi
children In their turn well, that third
! generation of native born has none, at
i least, tt :s a generation ot idiots, par*
I lyties. eatalept.es, cripples. If you was
I to B-3S an army of native born of ths
j third generation, you'd think rou ha*}
the rams sure.
"Let England get out of India. Sh��
does the Indiana only harm, and what
���he does for herself is to turn tali,
strong, bloomln' young colonists Into
them skinny, yeller, wblmpenu' specters what y.Mi call native T-_ru."--St
Louis l.lohe-JVuio.'u*,.
Downstair* and Up In But'��i_a.
���"Downstalra i>r oysters'. Nov now
That day's gone by. I>eople don't Ilk*
to go.downstairs for anything. Tbey
don't mind going upstairs, but object
to tbe basrmenta." Eh. spoke an old
timer. "Yet lt U rastly within ths
memory of a middle aged man when
oyster cellar* were numerous. There
are only a few left. Tho same way
with barber shops. Forty, or even
thirty, years ago most ef them were tn
basements. Even saloons were often
downstair*, despite the obvious difficulty of throwing an obstreperous customer out. Nowadays It's upetalrs for
everything.- Philadelphia Record.
Champion Button 3��w��r.
The Philadelphia Record declare*
that Charles C. Reber, an employee in
a shirt factory at Strausstown, Berk-
county, Pa., Is an expert at sewing oa
buttons. Ue eewed oa 4,200 buttons
one day recently ln five and one-half
hours, which means 600 shirts, seven
buttons to a shirt, or about fourteee
buttons In a mlnaie. At another time,
not being aware ot the fact that hc
was being timed, he eewed on seven
buttons in twenty-live seconds. Mr.
Reber claims he can fasten, en e
wager, twenty-one buttons In a minute, seven buttons to a shirt.
tlonal trip Saturday leave Ladner nt
6 p.m.
���'I ;
For reservations and tntoetaattan
nail or address
���D. OOTTLjrr.
Agent, New
i.
���eat, Oen. Past.
JL
we. ^e^eT���-'���l^n������*e_���^^^pn^ ]
"Alien" Versus Cast Iron.
��� new metal which has attracted considerable attention In Oermany and
Which glvee promise of becoming of ne
little importance to many branches et
Industry has received the name "alien," the name being a compounding
ot the first letters of aluminium am.
���Inc. of which It ls composed. It Is
Claimed that It equals cast Iron Id
strength, but tbat It ls mi.ch more else
tic, and that lt has a great superiority
��� Iran in that It does not rast eeetb
tdm a *mt. hick anUest
Men-ef-war en Paper,
man-of-war Is built upon psoas
���efore a single plate of steel ts forgisE.
Not only are the length and breadth
of a *\Ap decided npon, but the naval
constructor can tell to an ounce how
much water she will displace when her
armor and gone ate mounted npon her,
how many timce hat propellers will re-
urday, at Vs.*.  Friday 6 am.   Addl-1?**** >��� ��� ���"*���*��� *��* �����**����� iwensnr*
T -��� -*���\ nnd how ana* teas *t coal
���ast be   iissrtite attain a
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JUlM
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JUNE
Af��_4WS    |
WEDDINGS
Lovely
Lovely
Wedding Presents
FIRST YEAR ART STUDENTS
EXAMINATIONS THIS WEEK
Boys at Columbian College Must Grind
i  .   from Now on���Professors Leaving for Holidays.
Morey's
Columbia Street
REFRIGERA-
TORS
PORCELAIN LINED
AND
	
All the students at Columbian col-
] logo have gone home for their summer
holidays, the last few leaving Saturday, except those taking the junior
j matriculation and lirst year arts ex-
' animations of Toronto university. The
[ time table of the first year exams has
jl.een forwarded from Toronto and is
las follows:
Wednesday, June 17. ��� Morning,
Greek and Spanish authors; afternoon'
Greek prose.
Thursday, June 18.���Morning, t*tin.
afternoon, ancient history.
Friday, June 19.���.Morning, Algebra;
afternoon,  biology  and  physics.
Saturday, June 20.���Morning, analytical geometry;  afternoon, French.
Monday, June 22.���Morning, English
j literature; afternoon, German and
! Hebrew.
Tuesday, June 23.���Morning, trigonometry; afternoon, English composi-
i tion.
Prof, Dock, of the commercial de-
i partment, and Prof. Burwash have left
J for their holidays, neither of them In-
j tending to return till school takes up
in the fall again.   Prof. Hetherington
has  departed  to take    an    advanced
course in a post graduate school    In
eastern American    university    during
the summer months.
190(4
I here s no economy in buying
"cheap11 ��alt. At present prices
WINDSOR SALT cost, no
more than imported salt. It is
pure and never cakes.
187 w
This store closes  5:30  p.   m.,   daily,  except  Saturda
A ttr active
Price
Strained   in   one   pound   glass
* i '���!
* jars, each 25c   *
Comb honey, per section  ...25c
Lime juice, per bottle   25c
Three cans cream corn  ....25c
Prairie Pride Hungarian    flour,
r^\P__fett��8*_rav
ea����re|Stig��"
t
*
*
a#
ZINC LINED
Buy NOW before our
stock is picked over. A
variety of sizes, and
prices right.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block. New Westminster, B C
Victoria Again  Beaten.
Victoria put up a good fight against
'Vancouver in the senior Lacrosse
I match on Saturday at Recreation park,
Vancouver, and at three-quarter time
was only one goal behind, but owing
to a dispute in the last quarter the
Capital team withdrew, however, they
subsequently returned, when Vancouver won out, hy adding two goals, the
final being six to three in favor of
the home men. Tho following is lhe
position in the senior league*.
Won. Lost
Vancouver  3 0
Xew Westminster    2 u
Maple Leafs      1 2
\ Ictorla   0 l
Reductions
A NEW LIST FOR THIS WEEK
The Biggest Hat
Offering This Season
35 Ladies' New  Trimmed Hats
On Sale This Week
$2.50 Each
Particular women buy their millinery in our show rooms. These
hats have all been trimmed in that, perfect style usual in all hats
turned out by this store. These hats are all this season's work.
Tiie trouble just now is that we have too many. Dozens have be%n
sold during the past week at a higher price and the balance of this
special lot will be sold at this new price, each    $2.50
"  a***^*^********mmm*mmmm1m
Twelve Button Mousquetair Gloves.   Per pair $1.50
Only twenty-four pair left of black, grey and white suede gloves.    They have been on sale   thla   last
week at $1,95 per pair.   To clear out the twenty-four pair we make a further reduction   for   this
Sizes C, G'/i, C1/^, 6% and 7.   This week only, per pair  ^ 50
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER !j| All-over Waistings, White and Cream.   Per yd* 40c
*   per sack
..1.60  |
CAMCIi
*
* i
* .
i
Remember
the Sale of
Shapes
Untrimmed
and
Semi-ready
50c Each
A    hundred or   more        ,...���   .���
select from . This low price n
Bents but    a   small proportion ot
their   worth,     but    they   mu ;    -.,
cleared out.    On    Bale this week,
'-���ach   joe
%*******<*< ***************$
Lacrosse in the East.
Montreal    1
Shamrocks  ^
Capitals  i*
Nationals  1
Toronto .
j Cornwall
River Is Still Rising.
The riv_r is still    reported    to    be
rising,   and   should   reach   the  maximum today or tomorrow.   Great    Inconvenience has resulted  on all  low
lying land, and acres of Hats are under water in the upper valley.    Drift
yvood is causing much trouble, due to
the banks caving In, and debris lloat-
ing down.   The dry spell is giving the
water a chance to get away, and a
Hood may be averted in consequence.
At Lillooet the latest report was en-
icouraging, as the water was subsiding,
|but other points are not so favorable.
*���************** ******************
IN STOCK
Baseball Supplies
Lacrosse Supplies
Cricket Bats
BRYAN IS SURE TO BE
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
Lincoln. Neb., "nine 11.���William J.
Bryan will be the nominee of the
Democratic convention at Denver.
Charles W. Bryan, brother of the. Fair-
view statesman, tonight declared that
GH7 delegates have pledged their votes I
to the Nebraskan. Of these 672 are i
ilound by specific instruction and will
vote for Bryan at the behest of their
respective state conventions. Seventy-
five have, forwarded their voluntary
pledges, so Bryan has twenty-live
more than the necessary two-thirds
majority, and more than a hundred
delegates are yet to be chosen.
Sixteen pieces of Torchon, Valenciennes and fancy lace, all-overs jn  suitable  patterns  for laci    ������   . :
Nothing more correct or popular than lace waists at present.   These will Ire found most approprlati
for this use; also for yokes .ind trimming.    Regular prices, 50c, 60c and 75c.   On sale this week  40c
HAMS ^
18c. per ,b-
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE  37a
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietor*
Tennis Rackets
I J. J. MacKay &Co.
News Dealers
.-..���*���  a:;"::';-***;'*::'';:'*:-''---'���"������'���-;"->"-"-"������"-"--"--"-
**********************,*****,
I
Tenders tor Cordwood
TENDERS are invited by the New
Westminster board of school trustees
for fifty cords of cordwood, delivered
at the Central schools. Tenders to
be hi by June 22, and addressed tb
Acting Secretary L. Thornber, Dominion Government Building.
Ladies9 Silk
Parasols
$1.75
We are confident that we are
offering a better parasol at mis
price than most stores offer at
$2.25 or $2.50. They are a direct
importation from London, England,
materials; are plain, but of excellent quality; colors are brown,
navy, green, cardinal, grey, black,
cream and  white.
Each, $1.75
Early Sale of
Children s Wash Dresses
95c Each
��h    *M
1:1   fri
*4!*\T*
9k
KM w
Kh.       M
S:.\   dozen
&"    \ colored gingham, linen   and
duck   dresses, Busi
and -aprons in all 1  Ioi
well ma
enl   Is   of       ...
variety. Regular valu
in $1.25.   On Bale thi   wi ���
Each, 95c
Warm
Weather
Undergarments
Watson's knitted undervest and
'rawers for women and children
are the .standard in all respects.
Wool or cotton makes no differ-
Jnee, the same care as to make and
materials characterizes every garment.
Special Values in Cotton  Under-
vests this week at
*************************************** f*mAAAAA,
10c, 15c, 20c, 25c,
30c and 35c
Extra Quality Sailor Suits
for Girls
Made of best English white drill and stripe galatea trimmed wRU
white braid on collar of blue drill. Only the best materials have
been entered into the makeup oi these suits. If these do net wasB
and wear as we especially recommend we will refund the purchas*
price io any  customer.    Sizes for three years to fourteen years.
Each, $2.00 to $2.50
White Muslin Dresses
Made of line India lawn, with    full   tucked    skirts;    waists   are
tucked and set with rows of embroidery Insertion.    The sizes shown
In ihese dresses .are made to fit girls    from    one to fourteen   years.
Prices are the lowest offered thls season on dresses of only the '" *
qualities,
Each, $1.00 to $2.50
Fire Insurance
���
���
���
A
A special line of ladies9 white blouses $1*50 each
Ten dozen of a special purchase of white lawn .blouses, made by ihe best manufacturer In Canada. In
the lot are waists with short sleeves, long sleeves and every waist is trimmed with insertion embroidery
work and lace.   Fifteen styles to select from.   All sizes.   All one price, ..
Each $1.50
Remnants of Embroidery and Lace
Hundreds of ends of the season's liest sellers in narrow aud wide edgings, Insertion all-overs, cor* :
embroideries, etc., In lengths ranging from one and a half yards to five yards. Special prices on ever)
end thii week.
W. S. Collister & Co.
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