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White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
N��W WESTMINSTER. B. C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
rnnbia St. Phone 85
������:.
AV CONCERN
SUBJECT Of Ik'L.i
BNTS f'KH   WEEK
��� K^l��� WMffi ARE   TAWWA TO PRODUCE
flfTEEN MILLIONS
.
linent Minis;, rs
Their Introduction
Lead to Lax Obsei ..
lit.    . ��� B ��������� I ..
. .; ���    mo -led  ��� .     ��� ���'-   ���.-     _
;, j on   the council    on
...-��� -   d i :.: ire a deba
..  ...... tnere exltU  a ver;
��� ._. noe ol opinion.   Tt...
��� ��� ,��� an  ...
. . poin. In Aid Oa n  i
.   ���     .������ imi ....
 , ���.ji'  '��� a   ....:.-
Solution Suggested.
;��� ad  "I   askinj   thi
I ibUc mono;   to .
��� .:- on  Sunday   afti ons,    tne
and will  most  Uk(...   ... _     tbscrt]
a  tor that object from < IU ���   - _.
ne their application  : .   -
,t the council io ihe week-,
rmancea,   Last year th<      icertj
vri re subsidised lo the i sti
:, r concert, each man
. s, aud if two ���   m
���  maintaine I, li    ���..  -
.   ... should the same n im ��� .
imers  be engaged,    Wh ..
er was brli fl i in
i Monday, Aid   H     ���      -
:. i other  poi   o  -
. ���
Crest*.
��� sion of a ba
:    expane
;-  the i
formanc. .    i
the i .     ���
Drawback tc Business.
���.,.... and Incidentally have each
Two Performance, to Be (liven H.re j
'Canadj i Pride"���Adn. Bsion
: fiC<     V- ...    ���,,....    -,
'"������'��� .     p��    toi
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i
ghland
t wo
���
������   :'     ������ ...    gin
��� ���
ma
���    - .
...     i���w
" .:        . : l -
~wai i  - -������ lesion 1    ..    | stand
���   :.' rs will eosl extra
���     en    .     ���.��� :.,r.ios
* ���        ��� ��� ��� ��� bUl-
: ���'���     lis.   .
. i . with tht
al tons now
noouver.
PINED TITTY CENTS
Half Hundred Careless Citizens Inconvenienced During Past Few Days.
SONS OF A8HK^4^
CELEBRATE FIB.f Of ^
'i*ii
"U
I'..
' ^br
Authority on Northern Gold
Fields  Makes  Optimistic
Flttj careless citizem  have during
��� '   day.   been    _w_g__i    a
l. Bson  .1. cc..;,oin.es by email    .    i    v. nn : work.     tte-
��� .   and iii'-itii'iju.
contributed the mo   si  stun of
Big  Joint   Picnic   of    Scottish   Ci'nps
Will Draw Large Crowds to Ambitious City���Cheap Fares.
'hns.
^SEK VALLEY
Statement.
.     . uni    16     ���.!;.;.
traffic man, v.    Co   the Tana
j    las.    ..���!���;.:   mi.!    .... nn :    .
������ I   ll   >     nl' ihe  While  P   ���.���   a    5'iikiut
i;i*e;ii preparations .ire ibefhg made
I'm ihe big joini  picnic ot al: Sofll
9cd1 .nnd CamjlS in l.riii:-.]> .'..-.,n Ma
which is io lake place hi \."'''u V:m
COUVet' on  dulj    I.     -.   lor it.   '.nd   '. ������
Damage Reported in Some
Districts --- Exaggerated
Stories in Newspapers.
..tc<.     Dawson,'    say*    Mi-.  Ro
ht,  ......    ��� o    Kkrtidykei-a.
EAST BURNABY ��HURCH
TO BE BE01CATE1. ...OA.
torn*
-   to the civic   wciifQ.H"!'.    *ih.M'
peopl(   : i . ���   ;���,.,.     .   .,,,,,_  ,|h   m
Ing gives bj  tbe at tho  , es -with re
:..   -v.,,t. sup]  ,   an,-. h,v.<   a
: '���" ���    - :: Ptgattns   a*, as  ani (tower
��������� ail :u.,ir. oi l_m .lav ,,i
allowing a large qwaatitj of (
fluid to be Tii'i-.... .. i   wasted    Read
i ��� -   that   thia   s.,1';  or thing had   ������
���   stopped, three km q  were Seta ed
:������' ��� i*oi  the town with _��*ti....
to shet ,.rr th.   suppl*
er   -Wilfllih     ��;,>;;:,;:   ,. ;, i t ;-.      ThcM
hard  :..;, ted "'���"���" ������ s   :...��� i   e*< "cise.1
authority regardless ol th.  s<  I
 .     .    ...':;.��� r, w.t.h .in   resull thai since lasi  vv... ,t s ,.,    ,   . ..
ftftj   personal ap] ti ���    .-. 11
mad.- at  the city hail for wa��    c.        jh Tf'!   Dli\AIK   CTnillU ll
bus. No request is consider. Ill ItU  M.Uul 0 ollIN I II
tyment ol ....... \
-   _ madi I.. thi ..,,...e.aut.
Tin re Is a  n ..
The stare of the warer in tl
river, while it has bees StJOh ftu iiii^tit
������'.���''..���'  oatTBe nmeh alKi-tn all over
��� he valley, is nor t.wh as to Justify ihe
���-.-.'uni ... ���-.,'���" ��� hm eeen atrattgea   awrtnitf   reports   c**CtfMtted   m   me
'���'"i '���"  '' !''r'^  '������-'��� general   wftai valiMnble {rtlsses _ot th,   witrners,    ��� ���       en   -���,���:> ,,.   a_e  tm.    The
Da   son for thai  road while ,,,  ,.,   alteraoon ih.r.   u.ii  tn     .���'.>. .n.   u  ,.,��� eykniple Of the -mfi'
.        .      Taiinria     .     ���'   ������'"il ;,il concert alt feail pasl .h--     sitved    ap    to the   Seati*.!     Vivk
e .Is ei   oi;.  ..  ;. ���    on i    k-   t" ���'���'���'  ' ''"hik b daftce win
..'���..iiviT, B.C.    Mi. Rogers hat   ���''   - ''""     ;   (l1'     NfoW*    Vi.i u*. i
the Tannaaraltwa; ���-������      pavmoa     l.or the ftfteWBOon ce*c
Manv who arc in Fairbanks would IM  tne westmlnstei artistes havi alreadj
each  '*(ni.,   hal   a   ���>- ��� ��������� ���    ��� ���
imtiVhnn .'v for four IteSros,   Th:v   ...
:. ;,.        .-I  bad* hi re.    The Tanana
connti     hat    ���   000   people   anil  wilt
5 ... 00l 000 .hi.. v*ftar.
les is overdone' so   far   as
7,i,c i- conoewted,   ii la ih^
same  as  wa. the oaso here    Several
, .������ ,.   ������* ' '.i    ��� ii.--.    ;����� .ii'.   SCles     K.
l.'iM'.l   J   \    Xiieheson and i';,    . WtttB
ixiys.
Airangenieiiis havi I ��������� a ������ ���(- W
che looa. ,-<>riiiTiiiioe, whieTi constSt*
oi  Rev,  A, K. Vert,   chaH-man;    li*.
���   ���. .. .     the camp is a Mg   con    Hogsea   au.ti,   \ ���    v   \v    i    .���.
'.. re r,\-r boo many in
field."
the
"list Cause I       Qrx ������ n  Arcund
:   is   Rtady  to
House New Congregation.
.
Bl
u     e,
:
'    i
:
..-     '
irns in
���  |
'
... oui I
��� .a to be Tue
.   will   '
m Borne
b si t< a If the band d
Saturday conci it, and pinion
��� aei ally _hai ed on
inibla Btreet,
Opinions of Committee.
Of the  members <n  the commii
lointed  to go Into the  matter the .
"���'iiile of Borne  is alri a Ij    known.
The chairman of the Bnance committee, Aid. .luiiline, and Aldermen Johnston  and   Garrett   were appointed  to .
examine the proposal and bring In a
report.   Aid. Qarreti has emphatically
. xpreased himself agalnsl anj counter
Uractlon to the Sunday schools during the afternoon, ami therefore   the
advocates of Sunday   ooncerts   win
have to look elsewhere for a supporter
of their cause,
Aid. Johnston  la   convince I   thai a
satisfactory    arrangement     will    be
made, anil .it least one eoneirt a vvek I
��� iv ti under civic auspices, quite apart
from whai the merchants maj do
With the opinion of eltiaens bo divided
on the subject, he believes no member
��l 'he council would be ju*-1iiu-.t in
forcing either solution <m the city, anil
-'inks that the proposed compi-ouii*-'*
will he more satisfactory. As to the
tiiianoial aspect, the alderman thinks
"i    the    present    stale    of the    city !
.
.  .      .      :.
11. an
...
. '.        ..    ���   )
.....
v. i     ...     esterda
  .1 on a  :...   �� th   vo
, ve supply,    V _    I ���
Queen
ol ihis we,
���  tagi .- a( an ��� ad,
. .,M. .....' 000 ot
.
i" ial
...    ii llarj
1,1. ..-.. I galli
���     .      ���    .,..    will    .     ���
ng like 2,500,0.
t   o furnish  wati ��� ���s
for full    Bve da;   . even II u< I a drop
ol water flowed In thii ugh the  d
i .' Ing i hal  t iik'.
STRAWBERRIES DESTRO.ED
��� BV UVNAMirt LAi'lliMli..
���   Rev. A. J. B
i , ���
a
. e, Rev.
ill pi
I
u lough, I-'. A . Ma ;c.'. and others,
ervlo comm ace al _ 30 p.m.
and tl < ce in thi
. . ning   a    1:30  ..'cluck,     a    Boclai
will follow mi i tesday, r in
choir ui' the Queens Avenue Methodlsi
.   ..i;   take   pari   In   the   pro
ceed n_,-;.
The aew building Is n Peel by 3B
feet, and will be served permanently
by a Btudent-pastor Btuding at Columbian college.
Tne congregation at Weal Burnaby
will continue io hold meetings in tho
Bchoolhouse ,bul a church is also planed for there.
Kamloops Wants Another Road.
Victoria, June Kl.���A Kamloops del
egation waited on the Government
wsteni.i, afternoon to urge that Kamloops  instead of Revels'o',-.
be made
lhe base for u road to Tete .leune
Cache '''��- ,ise in carrying su;.plies to
the Grand Trunk Pacific II was urged
thui leas roa I would have to ���"��� ti��iil
an.l less mone) expended.
Duncan MucK;,.   ;...    ( ir.et' W. Snthi r-
iiinii. foi ki hav.  f(	
. ;,. .    ihe  1',.  G.   !..   l>    .I<'l"i   ai
ii'.loik  in  the  mO. 'VV.' ���     ���       .
leaving   \'m������ oiive,    . .   tue   ,������
jonraey ai . -". " ��� ock    To ;>��� ���  ������
Bi COAST liliARII VESSELimo<1^ '���
��� arty, the  NWtB  \ an, 'Mn.,   i'ci'i\   wiii
    S racial  i i-ip. U 'ivirtK Lai
Venezuela u Once More on the  Hi -    -     ���<        '   '  '     * '    *'*      'lilr''
for     Serious    TrouLle-Letters "���     ' *, ,i-.   :,,i ,i;u  lore,-   tWo
es ms rt.ain.aim i ��� ��� ortitao
.    .* , ... .v.- .i     .      -. . .. ivrivn
- . lllng io an.l from  . -    ""'i' '' on
l ,.   return   fate v
Taken by  Arrm ..  \ l
\ villi . .   .      .   t   .;    . .1,:.,.
'.
and ...... . . ,.
x .  a ��� ������>:.
of Vi	
Vein
....'.
 >i*.i.
..., i.     topped    j
...
.... |
tin "������     Lhal the . i ���
. x Ion  in ���" ��� ��� ��� ti .
���   ''.,'   . ,    .,    v    ,.
i ', irdeui
.     ,   \. , Ln Vancouvei   will    ���
;c , enia toi adults aad 50 cent
,'il.    Tickets will  1 .     ���         .1 on
ih.  1". C. I'. U. '���'. any ii... lav.
ri<.;...... ii..  >���*���	
.,,,...,,������'...,. jj ���������
Mai iv.'ir/.ie.
SHIAiiWATlii RETURNS
FROM FRUimSS TRIP
Damage   Amounts   to   $o0.0U0���Uetec
tives Launched on Trail of Male
factors���Flume Blown Up.
Hood River, Ore., June 16. rue
police authorities of this city today in
yoked the aid of the Portland detective, iu running down the conspirators vvlio destroyed 10,000 crates til
strawberries, valued al |80��000, belong
ing to the growers who tire ineinlK'ts
of the farmers' Irrigating company.
With heavy ctvarges of an eaplosivn
the conspirators blew Up one hundred
and llf'y feel of Hume on n hillside ou
the west side of Hood HI ver SOtne
time early Sunday nioriiinr. and today
two-thirds Of  Hi"  crop   In   the   vulley,
or aboul four hundred acres, Is without water and will lie in this condition
for at least three nays. The datnaga
was dona a. s Urns when ths   bsmn.
pared to supiaort 'hem.   Owing U> the   iaajqa \h ;i|  h... bslght,
province not having enforced the BOt,   	
their position was uot ao dear as ia |
some ol th*  other prorlnoea of One
ada.
Sunday Schools Not Affected.
Rev. W   it   liarracloti-'h  was    mere
l'hil-li|i|lllRMI-Al..i: DEAL
I'tNIIINU IN MUDU.N
a   deal   Is   pending   wherehj    11.
Wlndebank, Of Mission, is lo dispose
of .00 mp". ol land ;U Mcoinen to A.
Rabage, oi UaUlo Prairie, for a eon-
sidernl'iin of oyer $|uu an Here. Mr.
Wlndebttnk Informed the .Novvs yeslet
day thai quite a number or Important
deals had li��*en liirned over In the
neighborhood Of Mission during the
I'bSl   few  weeks,    He Is UlO owner of
many hundred acres <>r land in iiiai
illstrlet, besides being Inlerested la
two hotels, a meal store nml oilier
businesses ut Mission.
APPENDICITIS.
'������     ��� '   foi    MiBslHU    .Ship   S Iveihorn
Ahsiulonpri   After   Fivp   Mc
Cruise-Graves Restored.
\ i. Lorla, June k>    ll. ,\i. s  s...   i
water reached port   today,   aftei?   ft
cruise extending over five months 18
ioUth   Vinciieiu  vviilers, during wnicH
time luettnctual iearc.h waa made for
the missing shin Stlvei horn. Uraves
of British biuejiiekeis burled tit Aea
puico were reatored.
The    new     Orunil     Trunk    rneille
Bteamer DlBti'lbuter leaves tomon-ow
for ibe HliUlne river, where she will
run  until  .Inly,  when  she  will  carry
supplies  for  Ihe mili.md  builders
camps on (im Skeena,
to
COPPER DEPOSIT.
Manager  of the  Dominion  Fair  Falls
III at Bad Tlmt.
Calgary, June )���>.��� K. Ij. tHohardlou,
manager of the i.oininion fnir, is eon
lined   to dl;;  bi.ii.e   with  iiii  attack  ol
[appendicitis,    ll   Is  HOl   yet   known   by
his ue.Mi iii ;iti/'ii.iiiin how severe oi
Big Find on  Shores of  Lake Laronge
in Saskatchewan.
I'rliiro Albert, lune III 1 Iter*' Is
grout e.elleineul here over tbe ills-'
oovery ef a   Imgo  copper (leposll   220
miies north or Prince Alb ipi Sb   the
sliertH. of Lake l.nnmge. |'he lend IR
.(Ml fep| wide und so fnr as tifleed
inns for thlfty tulles.    The lentil Is be
.'"'..��� '     tee*   l.nms-tn.l     ;t,-i'..s of
farm and pasrtare lama are I'V-Tttowed,
������   ���   worth  ihoiiSHmls of dollars are
ruined arm    ��� ' ���    i    ......   r.ieerierB
have been driven to seek siieiier on
the high lind bj the ftOoding of Sumas
t'rairie, just, across thi iin, in Brilisri
I'olumbia. Tiie Watet is stiil rising
and the slightly hlghe-r land, on the
Sue ri.-an side are now in danger et
submersion."
Danger to Property Slight.
The bottom lands are BOOded, ��� .ut
like alt oiher land where flrftinage is
fid an ebmentary stage, the warer will
run oft Without doing mueh damage
ba .i'.'i -   or si.uk.    in   some   ;-*;+- en
��� .- > .i.;i iv ous. are two feei un-
.t.i water, hut ih,' pvvnciiial di.-i.'.-i
in vvhivh damnge hns been done is at.
V,..i.i, ii. do*'. Bo in. i."listing of the
..���*,,.. . . ��� ,.i MiiBsion. Tha- -mow.
was i '      on the fi        IB
>���    ...    and ow ne.    ������       _ ..v-.Tig
  ...    iiv> : -     ���'".'      .'ver-
tii.wf.i hen ;..'v    '.' -   .ml the w.tier
lies I..:.",'  .'1 the Hm -ii*' ic'ce.,.
���  . .  the hay fca-oe is likely to fee m-
jiueil by too much moi-stun   aflfectti)_g
ihe grass.
Dairy Business.
.  ifed
i thi*
. ,;. no.' Indnatr-y,   BUtte*
. ,.\ ing to ihe bvtslnt ��� ���        ti
i :-i'U, as the ������ ittli  have h .���*��
���
and tfi ��� ��� aatj a
,. |(fie It;   '������ '.���:���!���������;.  lan.l-
v     .       :     -���    ��� '��� '������ .   ; *   w;,l, v,
... -���' ���mate,
... to have a
.   ...   on   Friday's  mn.! ���
.,. :h as to produce   md       '��� "������"' ' *'
l* ve  rlvt r  is i'.,li of    illiliwc ���" I
,,-���11 are nineb inoon\0!v.n.-e,. hy
ii..   ,ondltlou ot affair^ jut      ��� ' ��� ���
n,, . ,. | .... i i ..    .i 'nn.
TEMPERANCE FEUPLE HAVE
Ml USE FOR NEWSPAPER MEN
A ni-etiim of the eltisett'a lemier-
iiine league wns held last evening to
iirranue vvtih referenee to Miss Viur-
eiHi's projfeted lectures ln the olty
nexl winter, nnd the matter was left
lo u further meeting le which tbe.
.y.en'ive will report on June 26. The
press representatives were told t&at
the league had passed a resolution that
the meetings were private, but thte
Intimation did not come HH the end
of (he meeHni;, after the reporters
hud wasted much valuable time llaten*.
Im_   Hi   lttBlpld   illsensslons  on   trivial
iieiKerS.
tWMtl two iMimlto wulls and Hie   ore  WAS IT DEMONSTRATION
Qnances that one weekly concert wil. .
have to anfllca. ***>*** '     " ' '    "',   r_  IU00.000 worth of applies un   U*
,.na, atutnde was   tha,   ����; ,at^ w(.r<1 opeMd I|t
lhouW ,,,,,    on Sunday if avoidable. I
taketl  from ii depth i.r IHIeen  rsei   Is
GOVERNMENT PURCHASING prolonged  1&0 _ll.tol<  wlll he, bul  It  Is'vi,.  rich   The depiiRlt Ison Ihe south-
A BIG SUPPLY Ff)R ARMY   bOpad thai  II  may not seriously Inter  , ern   rrltme  or  the     rorfiv    norlblrtinl.
_  Hie  witb bis work lu OOflflWtiOd with   .|u.| ttttfOSS l.uke l.iiriinge Is tho bilge
New     York,     .lune     16     Bids      for   the  fair, \*9m\  dSpOSil   of (he (J.   T.   I'.
I
Lord's D.*��y Alliance.
Knowing thai  ihe most  Influential
About
i'liohition to the proposal to nol.I Sun-
Blaine Shingle Mill Damaged.
Blaine, Juno i'i.���At �� r��-w minutes
that,    no
States aiin,
.  the army building her" ""lay
and to tha '  V   ' ' "       ,.  .eventy-flve bids were reived   oi
day band concerts will come from theltha streel i an �� sunda> to sr^s   ��,       ^mM m&m wi��� supply the to one o'ClOOh today ss aiucm -r lire
Ministerial ftSIOdatlon, ���  News re,.,-'-   bU   mini te. ,1  *OTk.     rhefl^*** ^ ^^ .^.^ ,������ ^^    mi* Um���tl ���,, ^,���seu ���y ,, nre Ifl UW
sentaUve called on two or three ofthe ��#* *>*�� "^ "�� Lpwttft, of ��pptt�� tm irardiMaOjr !*0�� ��-f the boiler Ktftt of the Ms
!"."ling ministers In the city.   Kev. J.   kind -   1"nt'  'Q '     car.    r ,,_ DOS time Mtftf pta
i.nder.on, as    preside,..    *'        ���.r.i.men*
AGAINST  PROHIBITION T
Atlunia. (la.,  luile 16.���The   sentl
ment Is rapidly gaining headway here
thai   lhe  defeiit  of    Governor    Hokt��
Smith In the primary wns practically
CUBA NOT BOTHERED BY ja demonstration against the prohlbt-
REPORTED INSURRECTION   tlon Inw. So strong Is this feeling, tnat
some of the legislators have indicated
'.  ii, it,i,......������!  .....    ......i.i.-:r   or   tht [argumi
'���"Kl's l.ay Alliance for British Coium-
uhi, may ,i.e said to Speak With tat
"itliority of the body most concerned
in observance of the Sabbath. M'"-
Henderson's objection t" Sunda) ar-
i.rnoon concerts is based mainly ��a
the experience of other places, where
on sun:,   tog r to Stanley i
v,;,.   ���-        ate a hand
urge,I.
it. did nut
Preftrsaoe will i* given t
American mannf_u;tnre.
Iliivmiii,   lune   l(i     The   pin illciitlon
III  the   Hiiviinil   pilpets   nf   dlspalehes
,,,   ,������|.*,..��.      --f.ir.__l-   ,���iii. on  ().��. citv wlmrf.    The ,'""" JW*  Vor|< and Mexico to lhe ef
orders of  lire boy* responded promiatly, but be-  fect ��*��t Preparations are under way
never was glvtn tnat
. . citj   DWe*. and
eaj*-;i.. His
IM] rhe   ta-
0K��e who went *o-iM ���> a::;- way. h
Fearful of Fever.
Ottawa, June 18.���No member of ti>e
fore they could reach tbe scene, nearly a mile away, the flre was under
control. The damage Is estimated at
about $���(.(..
ot   the   active
* r,u   militia will  be allowed to go to the
Sunda: '   w0"1'1
riuence of :li very WU'*' A*   P*srmaa,*n'   toTce OT
:'fter two or three concerts other Ittt th-    *"re rec
���'armless  forms of amutemenl creep the Mil
'��. and along eotnts the cat- rer,   at town woo    "!';",,;'.' .,...,,;.,. assmat  Thia ,9 ^ efrect ���, the miiuia order
ways in evidence    when    a    crowd more ieenn�� ������  aa Stn-   jim i��u��,, and i8 due to the danger
tthers.   The alliance had inanrtd a tbe tirtrodattle. e ....
No Further Murder Arrests
The Irishman htld
of rest to men    who   would    ;'"  day
to obtain It, and " rhe.
tnv-.iv*'   tlon  to  t
aay
"'lu'iwi.e  unalil
���he concerts  were ��o',n�� to
":,,i> In work, he should not be     '-'
,*mtgm*\*mk:
va ia   i*   p^rewawa camp If within a year  he   poJlCe {,��� Monday ^imoon **<:$��� tt||
There waa  hasi i.een suffering from enteric fever.  pecl )n the Mrs. Moi^on murtllr cate
was released late in the evening, he
proving conclusively that he had been
:   ia.i he knew    n the cump. owing to lack of drainage
,   ._.���-;_.I-
;in<t sectary arrnngements.   By ntxt
..._,*...t    any;year it Is    cxpecttd    thlp   W*    h*
alter.i .on
,.jf rh�� poaitlon in th:j city, remedied.
for an Insurrection In Cuba excite
much comment, but little credence Is
given to the reports. The palace Is
without any Information that would Indicate an uprising of any kind. On
the contrary, Oovemor Magoon says
that reports from iall sources show
complete tranquility throughout the
Island.
that they would support a movement
to repeal It.
Ch.ntss Consul Order** HtrM.
Victoria, June 16.���Ob Yang lU��t.
working in a    railroad    camp   near  ch,neM eonmtl ^^ ^ g^ g^
[Blaine at tho tlnie the   mutter  was |dsc0( no��� ^^^ ^ ��>^*��i'^
eommltted at Hazelmere.    No   Other j PeU)ug w b��,a^en#i..t�� tl
U Vamen, or-CfalM^s t��
arrests have been made.
Beard ef Trade Meeting.
The regular monthly meeting of the
board of trade will he held on f-TOT*.
day evening, when Ihe banquet coiln-
mlttee Is to present Its report ht __*���-
rangements mndc- In connection wltH
the event.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 17
1908.
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77tts /s My 50tf. Birthday
Eben  S.   Draper.
Ehen Sumner Draper, lieutenant-governor of   Massachusetts   and
probably the next governor of lhat state, was born in Honedale, Mass.,
June 17, 1858.   After graduating from tiie Massachusetts institute of
technology he entered the great cotion manufacturing firm of which
his father was the head. For a number of years Mr. Draper has been
one of the leaders of the Republican party in .Massachusetts. He wa.
chairman of the Republican state committee in 1892, and chairman
of the Massachusetts delegation to the national convention at St.
Louis in 1896, where he had a prominent part in securing the strong
declaration of the platform in favor of the gold standard. He was
chairman of the Massaehuetis commission to the Nashville exposition in 1S97, and was elected in 1S97 as a McKinley and Roosovolt
elector from the Eleevnth Wassachusetts district.
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��� NORTHERN BANK
Head Of face,
Winnipeg
The only bank with  Head Office  in  Western  Canada.
Growing  with the West,  studying the interests of the West, serving the West with our entire resources���so we progress.
SAVINGS  DEPOSITS ARE  SPECIALLY   ENCOURAGED.
Capital Paid Up, $1,240,000.
Pest  and   Undivided  Profits,  $133,000.
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J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B.C.
Wanted -:- lost -:- found
for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
s ,���
BRIGHT SHINING GOLD
COMES TROM KLONDIKE
R
eicnenbac
COMPANY, L_m;ted
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
jBUTCHER^
TO LET���Furnished room with use of
piano.   Apply H Columbia strei.;. |
 :    in-Bars and Bricks Reach
VA.NTED���.Nurse  maid.    Apply .Mrs.
Dr. Jones, Royal avenue.
Quarter of a Million Dollars:
irrBars and Bricks Reach!
Vancouver���Going to Mint |
FOR SERVICE���Jersey bull
borough Dairy, Sapperton.
at Hills-
WANTED���Smart  boys
street.   Good pai*.
ar.  229 Front
FOR SALE���One car of
heavy horses. Room
hotel, Westminster.
FOR   SALE ��� Seven roomed
bath room, pantries, closets
shed; horse stall,   carriage   house;
fruit trees; on full lot.   For further
Vancouver, June IC.���A quarti r of a
million dollars in nice, bright, shiuing,
I yellow gold was  stacked  up  in bars
 : and bricks of various sizes at the local
driver   and  ljI'ancn ot  'he Dominion government
36 Windsor assay office on Hastings street    this
morning.
____________ |    It represented  the first large ship-
house, ;ment of the year and was all Klondike
wood-!gold.   Dust and nuggets to the value
of a little over the sum stated    w.as
brought down on the steamer City of
The Miner Knows
What Good Coal !s
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.
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STREET
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
PKone 101
PKone 101
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particulars   apply
Eighth street.
to   owner,    192 1 Seattle  yesterday
by
mine
jwho have recently been having
'spring clean-up in   the   north
TO LET���Large furnished front    bed-' ���hinln_   ���.t.," ... .
  I shining   metal   that   men   have   sucli
room, near library, 2S7 Victoria St. !hardshlps  and   ,.isk  their    ,iyes    tor ;
LOST���On R C. E. R. car or in city, !made a very attractive-looking pile as j
ladies' gold  watch, set    with    dia- !u was stacked up inside the steel bars
monds.    Finder  rewarded    on    re- I leat->'    to be weighed    and    checked j
turning same to Westminster Cloth-iover-
Manager Middleton  and    his    staff
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_  I naye had a very busy time during the ;
LOST���Brown leather case containing j ]ast few (lays and expect t0 be    Btm I
telescopic lens.    Finder please    ie-  bUS_6r for the next few weeks  when i
turn to Daily Xews office and ohtain   tbje Atlil, ;uld Tanana shipments com-
reward. imence to come out.   Tliis consignment
ing store.
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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 2
FERN   DISHES TEA  SETS CAKE TRAYS |
PRIZE CUPS CANDELABRA ���
SEE   OUR  WINDOW  DISPLAY. ���
fW. C. CHAMBERLIN *!_______��___!
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Fruit Ranches
Ten acres convenient to town-
water; on good.road.   Price 11100.
All   slashed;   no   buildings;
Reasonable terms.
good
Eight and one-quarter acres on Blue Mountain road. All slashed;
two room house; small garden and Chicken house and run; splendid
soil and good water.   Price $1200.   Reasonable terms.
DOMINION TRUST WANT i
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
FOR S.\LE���Si.*_ room modern house, !
full sized basement, on cement
foundation, on one of the most
beautifully situated lots in the city, j
it being the third lot east of Sixth |
street on the north side of Fourth i
avenue.   Free ?2500;   terms,   |300 j
cash,  balance    to    suit    purchase
Look through this house and if you Il0 ,he IircseiU ��Mpment of
think favorable of it write me and|not becn decKled on -vet
brought by the City of Seattle and
turned in to the local assay office because the majority of northern miners
known that they get relatively better
returns for their gold than on the
American side, weighed in the neighborhood of 15,000 ounces Troy.
Just what disposition will be made
old has
A consider-
I will call upon you. Thos. W. I ab,e Portion of it will go back east to
Hemphill, 1337 Harris slreet, Van-Jlhe new Canadian mint at Ottawa
���ouver. I from whence it will be re-issued    in
I bright, new gold coins.   Some will be
sent  to the    American    side
Million  is always in demand.
/ESTMINSTER Realty and Employment Agency, 2G6 Columbia street.
Furnish male and female help to Ion, when the Canadian mint
employers at short notice, and free [ working to its full capacity it
of charge.   Phone 366; P.O. Box 922.
where
Later
gets
 I will
| require  all  the  gold  from  the north
���������-������-���������-----���������-���������-������-'��� that it can get.
TTIARM HANDS, SAW MILL HELP, | *n addition to this quarter of a mil-
J- skilled and common labor Sup- uon from the var*ous creeks in the
plied free. Orders solicited. Canadian Klondike district, and which Manager
Pacific Employment Agency, 506 Cor- MMdleton says assayed a very high
dova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone avorage for that district, the local
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ANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINUS)
nets, classl
Box 487, city
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
und  TRANSLATORS
Male and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY   STS.,
INEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone 431. P.O.Box  885.
assay office has aliso handled about
$.'10,000 In a couple of small shipments
from Atlin. Some large consignments
from that district are expected in the
course of the next few weeks which
will probably run close to tlie half
million mark.
SAME AS RENT
$500 cash and monthly payments, same as rent,
will buy one of the best houses in thecity, just
built.     Every   modern   convenience.     Lot ���
66x132.   Planted in orchard.   Close to the J
park and city car line. *
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FIRE  AND ACCIDENT  INSURANCE VALUATOR.
Phone 307. P. O. Box 13.
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Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
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P. O. Box  343
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW
'Phone   105.
P. PEEBLES
S.S.   RAMONA!
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
KC~<
Water in  Fraser Falling.
Vale,   B.   C,   June   Hi.���The  Fraser
river has fallen two feet and reiiorts
jfrom up stream are also satisfactory.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day 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 can.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
��\ W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
f_w Second Avenue. Seattle. Wain
Notice re Water Rates
The Following resolution was passed
at lhe regular meeting of the City
Council on June 1, ll'OS:
���"That the water rates to he paid hy
consumers be amended as follows:
"(1) That the water supplied to
Chinese houses and all other houses
and offices ln connection with sawmills or other industries be charged at
the household meter rate, that all
_awn.ill stables he charged at the
schedule rate per horse. (2) That
Lhe minimum charge to household
meter services be Increased to $1.87
per month, subject to the usual rebate.
('!) That the minimum meter charge
to business meter services be In-
miasod to $2.00, subject to the usual
rebate. (4) That the Irrigation rate
by meter be Increased to 20 cents per
100 cubic feet. (5) That the meter
rent for one half Inch and three-
quarter Inch meters be 25 cents per
month, nett."
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 4, 19��8. '
Electric Railway Service j
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:80.)
Cars leave tbe depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
elt} line.
City Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min- |
utes after and forty minutes af- *
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. ���
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave J
at ten minutes after the hour, ���
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  half-neurly be- $
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd f
**"*' '' "���Tt-t--itttttaaa>anai
Regular sailings between
NEW WESTMINSTER  and CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
.Mission and way ports, with passengers and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman  &   Ker    wharf,
New  Westminster,  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves  Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
R. WHITMORF, Secretary.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
C
OOKSLETS
: Picture:
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY 8TORE.
J. Q. DAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
f. MACKENZIE'S DRUG 8TORE,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect witb
itagei at Carcross and White Horse
maintaining a through winter service
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS. Traffic Manage.
Vancouver. R. c
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS
tie the southeast quarter ot section ll,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of Indefeasible title W
the above property will be issued to
James U. Smith on tho fourth day of
June, 1908, unless in 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. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., May 2, 1108
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF
FICE.
Next   Ballings   of   the    Empresses
Juno 26.
For other  dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  OOULET,
C. P. R. Alien*.
The person or persons having In
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to th* said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
September 26, 1884���Charles Robert
Culverwell to Montague William Tyr-
wliltt Drake, Robert Edwin Jackson
and Harry Dallas Helmcken, mortgage
in fee.
January 9, 1886���Montague William
Tyrwhltt Drake, Harry Dallas Helmcken, and Robert Edwin Jackson to
Henry A. F. MacLeod, assignment of
mortgage.
THOMAS R. PEARSON,
Agent.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone  185.      Barn  'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggago   delivered    promptly    to
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
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 pointa.
Special   Pedueed   Ratea   Round   Trip
Ratea to  Southern  California
For full Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver, b. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
^^fl Portland. Ore. WEDN
ESDAY. JUNE 17, 1908.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Sav
ings Account?      S
THE NECESSITY of saving has never beea
more apparent than at the present time.
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB
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ROYAL BANK ��CANADA
inviU"S ^tfS^'i I"m-!',,,!',,,,!' "f Sati8fied D^itors.
INTEREST ADDED _ TIMES A YFAR
Put your money where it i  ai cesi ible when vou require it
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY
START NOW-DON'T DELAY     '
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.     ' JT.   B-   LYL��     ^
Bath
ing
Suits
DOLLAR FARE FROM
VANCOUVER .(.SEATTLE
RYALL'S
Lime Juice
Pure and Fresh |
25c a Bottle
TRY IT
In
In
one
piece.
 60c to 65c
two
. . $1.25 to $3.00
In
two
piece
with
a skirt $1 to $2.50
Cashmere, L
sle and Cotton, all sizes
TME
.aV-
At
Ryall's Drugstore
!
��. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
ftfanufactuters and Dealers tn All Kinds ol
Lumber,   Lalh,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
Fish end Fruit Bo?:es,
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
E"
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Pi!
IflllpS, Wardrobe Clothier^
inner war e:
Rate War Likely to Be Prolonged Far Into the Summer���Both Sides Active.
Vancouver, June 10.���The C. P. lt.
will meet any cut in the steamship
fares made by the Inland'Navigation
1 company, uu the steamers to Seattle.
to. ,1. Coyle has announced thai the
dollar  rate ou   lhe direct  run  t.)  ami
1 from Seattle would go into effect ut
once on the Princess Royal.
Mr. Coyle also stated that, any  fur-
itiier reductions made by the opposition steamers would bo promptly met.
The fare of $2.G0 tu Victoria will re- j
main the same for the present.
.Mr. Coyle did not state whether the
Princess Royal would go on the dlrei
Iran io Seattle from Vancouver Instead
of going by Victoria, ihut il was expected that arrangements would be
made with thai purpose in view.
it was evident to tlie C iJ. K. officials that thc- ('. I3. R. steamers would
not get the traffic al the old rate, as
ehown by the large number on the
Iroquois, und the comparatively small
number on the Princess Royal.
The rate war is evidently to be bitter and prolonged, for private advices
from Seattle this morning brought
word of the unmistakable Intention of
the Green company to light it out all
su rimer.
WE 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. :
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Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Phone 97.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL fl-.,400.0C0.O"
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
Branches throughput Canada and Newfoundland, and lu London. England,
New York. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl correspondents In all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In suras of $1 and WWUdB,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cert, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year. \
Total Assets over $1CS,000.000.00.
N'.W   Wl.8TMlNST._R BRANCH
U. D. BRYMNER, Man**���
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
v
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster. T',eohc
ADVERTISEMENTS IN
Daily
News
BRING  BIG  RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
1
FRONT 8TREET
Telephone 333.
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, Etc
l! 'pairs, of all kinds Riven special attention. Sewer connections made
Phone A 377
Moderate Charges.
Front St New Westminster
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of,the Chicago, Milwaukee * St. Pau. Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and 1M1.hr. -:ts on all! their trains and
give )���. i .. trons an excellence of
servi..   i.   . btainable elsewhere.
_���_. 4, ROWE. Gencal Agent
134 Third St.. cor Ald��T. Portland. Or.
CORRECT STYLE
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHCP '.HAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
Located at.tiie REAR
of "Daily News" Block
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
This Date in History
JUNE 17.
1703���John Wesley, toun Ier of Methodism, born in Epworth, England. Died in London, March
2,  1791.
L745���Loulsbourg, N. S��� taken by the
British from the Fn nch.
L775���Battle of Bunker Hill.
171).���City of Archangel, in uorliierti
Russia, nearly destroyed by
lire.
L852���William King, first governor ot
Maine, died iu Bath. Born
Feb. 9, 170.,
1861 General Lewis Cass, solilkr an.l
statesman, died in Detroit,
Horn in Exeter, N.H., Oct. !��,
1782.
1877���John s. C. Abbott, popular historian, died iii Palrhaven,
Conn. Horn in Brunswick,
Me., Sept. 18, 1806.
1898���Sir  Edward  Burne-Jones, English painter,   died.    Born    in
1833'.
1903���-Reglna,  Sask.,  Incorporated  as
a olty.
MAKES YOUR CAKES LIOHT.
MA[__*3YOUR BISCUITS LIOliT.
MAKES YOUR BUNS LIOHT.
MAKBS YOUR LA POR LIOHT.
MAKBS YOUR EXPENSES LIGHT .
Crdcr froni r&ur firocsr.
EW f>ll I PTT ooMi����"��y
a V i a Ta*. Ilw_al_i j    _     f_ 1 P.. I ,' _. O
TOr.ONTO.ONT.
-��� IT l���TTTMNI- -���ll ��� l       ���������    l-____    I  11 mil
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
AT   THE  HOTELS.
Double Daily First Class Trains to
All Points East.
Atlantic Express leaves at 7:15 a.m..
Imperial Limited at 5:15 p.m.; morn-
Ing train connect also for Seattle. The
evening train makes connection lor all
points in Kootenar.*
Excursion rates to eastern points
on .lune 19th and 20th. July 6th, 7th,
22ml and 2_rd.
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
.\��cnt, New Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Russell.
C. B, Reeves, Chilliwack,
T. V. Townley, Vancouver.
Capt. H. T. Hughes, Victoria.   .
Lieut.  M.  A.  Blomfleld,  It.  N\, Victoria.
J. M. Livingston, Toronto.
G. H. Hewitt, Vancouver.
Walter Edmonds, Vancouver.
G. T. Spring, Vancouver,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith; Toronto.
W. H. .laques, Vancouver.
Paul Swenson, Canoe Pass.
J. M. McLean, Vancouver.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Windsor.
J. Hosch, Bellingnam.
J. Griffith, Bellingham.
R. J., White, Seal tie.
C. II.  Lobley, Central Park.
W. C. Hurd, Vancouver.
A. Wright, Vancouver.
B. Jameson, Sllverdale.
G. Curtis, Nicomen.
T. Owens, Whonnock.
A. Roberge, llatzlc Prairie.
L. Turner, Vancouver.
B. La  .Marsh, Clayton.
D. Gallaghan, Hammond. .
.1. D. Loiuls.'. orougii, Sllverdale.
R. B. Burger, Sllverdale.
Qulchon.
,1. F. Becott, Brownsville.
L. V.  Evans. Vancouver.
D. A. .leffery, Windsor.
I
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18c> P*r lb'
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE X7Q-
BOWELL 4 ODDY, Proprietor*
OPTIMISTIC REPORT
ON  MANITOBA CROPS
Winnipeg, June 16.���Agricultural
conditions In .Manitoba as reflected in
the Manitoba government crop report
Issued this morning are of a most
gratifying character. Fine weather
and sufficient moisture me reported
from almost every quarter of the province. There Is a substantial Increase
In the acreage in wheat, oats and barley. The total increase of land under
cultivation is 148,813 acres, bringing
the total cultivated urea of the province to the splendid total of 4,978,630
arres. Wheat 2,850,640, oats 1,216,632,
barley 858,446.
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.
AIm to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falla.
For Time Tables, etc.. adTjxess
GEO. W. VAJX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger aad' Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago, III.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
i points east, west and south to Rost-
(and, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.'
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
idian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek pointa.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage (���lily for Republic.
Buffet service on)trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday.   November
I0OI.
Leave Day Train Arrrvn
9-30 a.m Spokane ....7.1} p.m.
ia.25 p.m Rossland ...4.10 p.m.
940 a.m Nelson 645 p.sa.
H. A. JACKSON.
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WEDNESDAY, JIJNe
THE DAILY NEWS
.  ,  lushed by tae DaUy News Pu i-
llattln -  : .iu.-,   Limited,   at   the r
ottli ���       oi uer of   Sixth   and   Froi
.-   eeta, New Westminster, B. C.
E. A.  Paige.
.Managing   Director
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1908.
ANCIENT HISTORY.
Th Opposition must have nearly
exhausted their material for use in
obstruction when they are con_*>elle<i
in dig up eorres'-ondence between an
itinerant missionary named Pringle
and the Goveriitoent, which i. dated
six years ago, and deals with ancient
affairs regarding the Yukon Territory
which have lung since been remedied.
Upon ordinary occasion, one would
give weight to statements made by a
minister, but in this particular Incident one. must approach the matter
differently. It is necessary to a pro-
per understanding of the charges to
know something of the man who
makes thesn.
The Hev. Pringle mentioned is not
only a minister of the gospel, but he
is an aci ive partisan politician and an
energetic gold prospector.
Mr.   Pringle  first circulated stories
wiih  respect to Yukon matters many
years ago, long before he ever saw the
cointry.    These statements he afterwards  acknowledged  were not based
npon facte.   Upon his arrival in Yukon j
he became ambitious, and sought both j
Wealth   and political  honors.     He   is
the  owner of a  number    of  claims,
notably oue upon Christmas Creek. In |
this  connection it must be observed '
tnat Mr. Pringle was the discoverer of |
j.old on  this creek, and as the    fortunate circumstance   took    plaec   on
Christmas Day, Mr. Pringle named the
creek Christmas Creek.
Here we have a gentleman    whose !
presence   in   Yukon   was  supposed to j
Ibe in the interests of home missions,
employing his time in  searching for
gold, and his name appears    in    the
public records as the owner of several i
other mining claims.
Politically .Mr. Pringle was also am- j
liitious. He stumped the creeks, re- 1
questing nomination for the Yukon ]
Council. He publicly stated that IT
elected he would bring about reforms '
and denounce immoral public servan -.
Well, he was elected, and for a year |
he was a mi mber of the Council, and
man, when the matter comes   to   his
knowledge,   he  will   be   heard     from.
This man is one of the wealthiest and
most respected citlzi .   of ihe country
and he may be surpi      . to know that
at the time Pringle was writing letters
t<4 the Prime Minister, In which he referred to mm as on     of a gang, he,
Pringle, was shaking him by the hand,
and treating him as a respected mem-
r of ins congregation.
Snould  Pringle ca;:>  out his Intention of stumping the country and continuing his well-known methods in his
search for notoriety, he will find beside him on the platform at least one
of the gentlemen referred to, and with
;lie  well  known reputation    of    that
gentleman as a public speaker, coupled
with his  intimate knowledge   of    the
Yukon from its very earliest day, and
his close association with Yukon public affairs,  together with his    special
knowledge of Mr.  Pringle, the latter
gentleman will first be invited to explain  certain  matters  before  he  can
claim the right to influence the minds
of the people of Canada, or pose as a
censor of  public  morality.
7. 1903
SrellnT? t0*th,S P��,nt WPre    qUlt* I l" ��* *��  '74.        Tel. 53.       Re,  129
frequent, but since the building 0r the .   .
C    1     R    MnH   .i...     ��� Estimates   Submitted.
v.   *    n. ana the consequent quicker ___!
service,  there  has   been  no  occasion              TT T               ��� ___-_���            J                  (S+       J>               ���                           ""V3l"
for the continuance of the river ser-i        ..Westminster.. HUllSt 63%   S>3XU *$& V ���*   E0EI1A  ��5A
���"���'���     fhe trip is made annually dur-j^^.,          afl, ���,*L,*-rkDI!MUr��.                   * '        U " @   ZQ
i��S the high water run.                               IROM          WORKS PLR'  ORMANCES  AT   2  an,',   .'   ^   rv-
Circus Day at New West
Iron   Works    rL��� ^���2^21^^��p.m.
Circus Day at Vancouver, Monday and t,
June 22 ar.d 23.    Performances at 2 ml ? n �� !��ay��
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JOHN   REID.   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Fences,   Crest
ings.  Balcony   Railings, and
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m ~��u
���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^____ .. .1. -...,
0   mor.   n^e.   of   sending    your
orders to "The  other side."    You  can' Fire    Escapes
now get the best rubber stamps, made   ^ __ I r	
of   good  gum   rubber,   on     latest     im-   General Machine. Wot k   2ltd p   T*���<!  F&-\y?f
a ��� .' ��� -' . J
ORCAS ISLAND RANCHERS
BOTHERED   BY   RACCOONS
proved machinery, by expert workmen.
and
MADE IN  LANADA
Mail  orders  filled  same  day  as  received. ; Tenth Street,
A.   G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"
BLACKSMITHING
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Office and  Works:
New \iesfminsicr |
fiffe
'��^*^&^ffir/rj!��^^.%*V��s.
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClugh.n
Bellingham, June 16.���So numerous
are raccoons becoming on Orcas island that the ranchers are becoming
alarmed, after having their gardens
partially destroyed by the small animals that prowl about in the night
time. Raccoons are more numerous
on the island now than ever before,
and the hunting is furnishing good
sport for the residents. Almost any
night the howl of the raccoon dogs
may ibe heard.
Public Meeting
In accordance with a resolution of
council passed on the loth inst., a
public meeting of the ratepayers will
be held in the Council Chamber, City
Hall, on Friday, ihe 19th inst., at S
p.m., to discuss the "Lulu Island
Land Sale By-law," on which a vote
will be taken on the 22nd inst.
,\Y.  A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Half, June 15,  1908.
HO.
Immigration Act  Amended.
Ottawa, June 15.���The amendment
to the Chinese Immigration act has
passed its second reading. This gives
the authorities power to deport Ciiin-
ese who have got into Canada without
the payment of the head tax, and also
prevents Chinese over s��venteen years
of age coming in as students and thus
avoiding the payment of the $500 tax.
D. C. PATTERSON
Boilermaker
PERSONAL  ATTENTION > TO
REPAIRS.
(Works     at     EDMONDS     STATION.
P. O. Box 908. Phone 418.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
J. TRAVERS KffiE* *
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 creased
the pond.
Port Douglas Excursion Planned.
The steamer Beaver will run an excursion to Port Douglas, at the head
of Harrison lake, on June 26, when a
large number of people are expecte.i
to make the trip,    in the early days
PASTURE
LAND
FOR   CATTLE   AND   HORSES       .
From  one  to one  Hundred  head.      J#    ^.    AITCHISON
fields fenced. Merchant Tai'or
Abundant  grass  and  water.    Apply I Columbia  St,  NEW   WESTMINSTER
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Grand Spectacular Street Parade 1 0:30 ... m,
lOO NEW AND NOVEL FEATURES 100
The only big railroad show corning thi..year
to the owner, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
W. R. AUSTIN
Telephone J 175.      SAPPERTON  P.O.
during that time he sat next to .Messrs.
Lithgow and Girouard, also members
of tiie Council, and never once questioned their morality, neither did he
mu.''. an., reflei lions upon the purity
11 their private lives.
This gentleman therefore cannot be
��� garded so much as a minister as a
i itlclan and gold seeker, and it is in
la lignt 'hat his communications
isi be regarded,
Mr. Pringle is a soured and disap-
olnted  politician.    He   sought,   but
.ailed to secure a second nomination
tor the Yukon Council, and afterwards
he sought and failed   to   secure   the
nomination to the   Dominion    House,
and his las*   failure  was  with  regard
to the pulpit of the church which he !
temporarily occupied.    The people of:
Dawson did not regard his services as
of any permanent value, and th y declined to  respond to hi.,  application, ,
and it Is now understood that ne pro- ;
poses  to take  the stump    on   Yukon |
affairs at the approaching elections in j
the Conservative interest.   Should this I
be the case, Mr. Pringle will encounter men who have crossed .-words with
him in Yukon, and be will not be �� de
to repeat such wild allegations as appear  in   the  correspondence  between
himself and members of tlie Government.
The statement was made In the
House thai Pringle. in some sense,
"'... tht mouthpiece of the people of
. i'.on. Thene never was a greater
mistake made, pringle wrote his letter- without the knowledge of any
olher person in Yukon. Neither does
11 appear that he took the advice of,
nr consulted with any people ol Yunon
with regard to the matters in question.
Among   the   men    whom    he    tie-
acrlbi s aa of bad reputation and members of the gang are found the names
of gif-ntlemen occupying high positions
of trust in  the Yukon, one of whom
was   the editor of the leading paper
-n the country, who took a prominent
par'  in all matters of public interest,
li dh iu the columns of his paper and
>'i,  the  public  platform,  and  another
... an official of the very    church    in
v bleb Pringle was "supplying" for it
must   not   be forgotten   that   Pringle
wns not attached to any church as   a
]i?stor. '���
A. to the first gentlemen mentioned,
Frlngle would not have dared to men-
���-.on his name in any sense reflecting
upon his personal character, If the
gentleman had been within reach,
Pringle having had experience of the
a i.lity of that gentleman to take care
of himself.    As to the other   gentie-
*9-       ADVERT'.Sb      "W
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
COWIJE
Shoe
" GASOLINE
  [ENGINES
Have proven to be superior to all others in  DURABILI
LIAEILITY. ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue juct issued, which fully illustrates tl*e
merits of the engines.
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FOR
THE
Hot
.Summer Days.
For a cool, comfortable summer footwear
there is nothing to take
the place of a light, well
    ^ fitting  Canvas Shoe.
We have all the new styles in these summer shoes.
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   	
Buy Your Summer Shoes Here
1 JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
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M j The Schaake Machine Works,
Cp   1 SOLE  MANUFACTURERS
Q3 NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B. C.
M 	
SS ,*T"��_ V,. M   Troubling You ?
Ltd.
ARE YOUR EYES
���JsA'i
If so, come and have them ex
amined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
|pfs|i   W. GIFFORD, Optician
r;fc;��i$7 Optical   Parlors   in   T.   Gifford's
Jewelry  Store.
���Remove An  Eyesore
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Nothing gives a bright residence a
greater setback than an unkempt, neglected lawn. And, yet! What is more
pleasing than a well kept greensward.
A little attention will reward you
with a Beau Brummel garden, instead
ol one looking for all the world like
���a dirty, tattered, listless  Hobo.
When    you    purchase    your    lawn
mower, get one that will respect your
a,,,.       .   ., energy, and not send you to bed worn
OUt .nd disgusted. We have a large variety In stock, including the latest,
and eas.est ball bearing mowers yet invented, and we respectfully solicit
your critical inspection.
We have garden tools and implements in stock calculated to satisfy
the most fastidious, and economical buyers. Also an extensive stock of Bee
supplies.
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
HARDWARE,  ETC. COLUMBIA  STREET
FOR SALE.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
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Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which wejwill
deliver, to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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JUNE 17, 1908.
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[f CBHSTBBE5    T. H. SMITK_ THECUHSTORES
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ie June Siocl
eduction Sale
Greater Bargains and More Rigor-
|otts Price Reductions Than Ever
Honda, and following days wiil witn, in this .tore a bigger
jLg movement titan fcven the two previou . :. produced. The
[Jrdweek of ihis great sale, instead of din Inishing the bargain lisl
I one would naturally expect, onl) tends to augment it. Many ni *
Lis hitherto unmentionod am to be offi red week at prices that.
Lst make them fly away.   This is youi   ip orl tnlty.
Ladies' wash suits at $1.95
i complete li"'' of fancy print dresses, also white, nicely trim-
Led; all   Izes; values up to |3.50.   June Sale Prli      $1.9.
Ifomen's v. ash skirts at $1.50
Thu is an exceptionally cheap
line of women's wash skirts, in
IfUto, duck,  pique  and  Indian
jje.,,i; regular values $2.50 and
h*;;,    June Sale  Price  ..$1.50
$1.75 Dressing Sacques, -J5i:
A beautiful assortment, being
a line of manufacturer's samples, in white and colored lawus,
percales, etc., nicely trimmed;
regular price $1.75. June Sale
Price 95c
Children's dresses and boys'
blouses at less
Before making your purchase ot children's dresses you would do
��,.; bj Brsl inspecting our Btock  and  comparing  our    prices    and
Remember they art.' all reduced:   Prl ��� 3
.50c to $2.95
Interesting items in the staples dept.
Bath towels at 50c per pair
Vou will soon be going to the bi ach, H i ire you off for bathing
tmreis ,Vi have a specially suitable one fnr the seaside; 14 yards
to:  regular price 65c.   June Sale Price,     r pair  50c
Muslins, Ginghams, Etc., I0'_
,  medley  lor,   being
or ends of the sea-
in goods   of   musl
(tints an , ginghams, valuei
iVi'.'c pi    yard.   All going tor,
per yard  10c
Fancy Ginghams, Z<;j.liyrs and
Vestlngs at 15c yard
See this marvellous bargain
of ������ Ings, ginghams, embrold-
��� ��� ���! Zephyrs, etc.; values 23c.
:;".. and 50c. Now going for, per
vard  15c
Special sale of sample curtains
- an offer worth enquiring into; thirty pair of cream Not-
:li..m I c   curtains, 2'. yards long, vi r*   wide; regular price J1.00.
-   ���   Price        	
.65c
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T. H. SMITH
The Store Value
Built
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Home of the Hat
Beautiful
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ONE CAR OF RAYMOND ALBERTA
THI  DAILY   N'EWO.
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Mrs. Clifford  Lord will no! receive
inti] the autumn,
    ad.    Alberta   Hungarian
T. 11.60    11k, or J6.25 barrel.   Geo.
1 P iblic Supply Store. ������
Whyman   one of the city's   old
���������"������''������ is seiiously ill at his residence,
i.th M-eet.
���s*'e   our  ad.   on   page S   for   swell
silver goods.    Chamberlain. �����
The usual meeting of the license
commissioners will be held tonight.
I bere does nol seem to be any business of especial Interest.
The Kildonan has arrived with a
soow load ni crushed rock tor the
city's use. It comes from the Pitt
river quarries.
The Epworth league picnic to Eng
lish bay, Vancouver, takes place this
1 "   lug, a Bpecial car conveying tho
party.
I
Pun.    Come and sec John  A. Lee
and .1. .1. Cambridge at the new cowl-
ling alley Thursday night, ������
Fri sh   da 1,    Miner  at
Mulrhead's, 25c and 30c per pound. **
Owing to unexpected delay the census rei irns could not be completed
yesterday, only tour of the eight
enumerators being able to send in returns, However the figures are to be]
looked for this evening.
Captain Hughes, representing the
militia authorities, and Lieutenant
Blomfleld, H. X., went out to the
South Westminster rifle range yeawi-
day, and inspected the position. As
much of the land was flooded, the visitors had a bad day for th�� examination.
Duplicate orders of the "Auto' cigar
proves their growing popularity.     **
The body of James Oourlay, a Scotsman, aged 15, who died at. the Vancouver general hospital on Monday,
will be interred this afternoon at Sapperton. He resided al Nicomen island. The body will be brought over
by car, arriving about three o'clock at
*he  11. C.  E.   R.  depot.
Rain or shine you will Hnd comfort
ir an "ui i Sport ' hand made ci&ar. **
The marriage of .Miss Ethel Dyne
Brymner, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs.
('. li. Brymner, and F. A. Macrae will
take place at 2:30 p.m. today at Holy
Trinity cathedral. Following the ceremony, a reception will be given fit the
borne of the bride's parents.
Me.; me at the bowling alley Thursday nighl. **
Advices received yesterday by ,1. G.
Gamon from L. Salmon, of Victoria, ln
connection with the sweep on the
conducted by tlie latter, show
thai ilie sum of $2S is coming to the
holders of two tickets sold locally,
these being Nos. Oil (.Mercutioi and
2940 (Orphan). .Non-starters drew
prizes of $5, a number of the holders
of these tickets being local people.
All kinds or annuals at Tidy's, the
florist.   Phone 1st. **
I'at Feeney has as yet received no
intimation that lie has been selected
to till the position of centre Held 011
the Canadian lacrosse team ro be
sent to the Olympic games in England
this year, although it is now over a
week since a despatch to that effect
w.is published in the coast papers.
The acceptance of tlie offer by Pat
will depend entirely upon the conditions attached.
Tbe Y. W. C. T. V. garden party at
.Miss  Mabel Howell's residence, Third
avenue, arranged   for  Tuesday    next,
iias been postponed till Frida)  week,
Howflrd   & 'June 26.
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receive three things
for the money she
spends for furniture %
FIRST   QUALITY
QUANTITY
SECOND
THIRD   FULL VALUE
If she don't get them it is because she bas not. bought at our store.
Xo better Quality of carpets and furniture is sold elsewhere.
How about lace curtains; we have go them at. 75c. 90c, $1.25, $1.50,
$2.00 ami up lo $15.00 per pair.    Come in and see them.
We are offering 200 yards of linoleum, good heavy quality, in a
block  pattern, for 45c per yard.
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Hungarian rlour $6.25 ban \
GET YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY.
AS WE ARE EXPECTING A RISE
IN PRICES ANY DAY    ;
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��� Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B.  C.        Phone 92. |
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i. HENLEY ip. CRAKE
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Farni|y trade a specialty.
��l. 113.
new
English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from   Geo. Adam*. Croc,
Office   Eight street
WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
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DAILY      NEWS
e WOUND Anything.
Ladles' Gold Watcnes ������J"8^
Gentlemen'!   Silver  wate,       >v
Tntf-wn's Sliver Watcnes.  double
case. $7.50 up. ,������������������.
Agent for the celel ratais
Watches, supplied to U*
V,ctlc Kxnedltion.    Ml
Phalii.   Rings, _6v.piry. ��'���*-������   *c
Chains, �������' ,Darges   reason
Watch   '������pairing.    ��������*���*"
able.
Our
Grocery
Stock
Everything is rresn ana
clean. Our values cannot
be beaten.
WHAT WE HAVE.
Oranges, sixteen for  25c
Oranges, twelve for 25c
Choice Butter, per lb 25c and 30c
Canadian Wheat Flakes, per pl.g. 30c
Cornstarch, three packages for ...25c
Fresh Ground Coffee, per lb 30c
Orange Peko Tea. three lbs. for..*1.00
Howard SMuirhead
BU.1R BLOCK, C0.11.nbia Street
Phone No. 3S6
A little girl, Mabel C.eorgina Hod-
son, who died al her parent's residence, 120 Keary street, was burled
yesterday at the Odd Fellow's cemetery.
Xo better goods made than the cli ar
Havana "Brllllante" cigar. **
Kev. C. W. Whitaker is being married today in Vancouver to Miss
Shearer. Tlie bridegroom is well
known in the Royal City, and is now
pastor  of  Mountain   View   church.
Tomorrow night the school board
will hold a special meeting to meet
Thornton & Sharpe. of Vancouver, the
architects of the new westside school,
with regard to the specifications for
thei building.
\V. II. Hooper, architect, of Vancouver and Victoria, and Rev. .tames
Turner, were in the city yesterday to
inspect the Chinese and Japanese
missions and prepare plans for their
Improvement.
The senior and junior examinations
begin today for the Toronto university
matriculation. Twenty-two juniors
and eight seniors are sitting; of the
seniors four are high school students,
and four Columbian college. The examinations last a week, and are under
Rev. W. H. Barraclough's direction.
Columbian college is the local centre.
Plans have just been completed for
a splendid camping and summer resort at Semiamo bay, between Blackle
Spit and White Rock. Fine bathing
beach, good boating, beautiful view of
open straits. Railway runs past property. White, Shiles & Co. are placing the resort on the market in half
acre lots fronting the sea. Prices are
low and terms easy. **
An Indian was fined for drunkenness
yesterday. The prisoner claimed that
his wages were stolen while he was
intoxicated. Officer Johnson found a
Siwash woman near the Fraser river
bridge with a broken rib, she having
fallen in a drunken stupor. After
medical attention was given her she
was kept in the police station to sober
up.
Canadian Wheat Flakes 30c per
package at Howard &. .Muirhead's.   **
*S Mammoth Furniture Emporium f
LEE-S BLOCK, COLUMBIA S'    ...ET.
a Opposite Lo.ate Street.
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NEW WESTMINSTC
Phone 73.
J. C.
In a scratch baseball game played
at Queens park yesterday evening, H.
Ryall's selected nine defeated S. W.
Uodley's picked piU paralysers by a
score of nine runs to four. The game
was not nearly as exciting as tbat
played last Saturday against the Chicago ladies. The latter are now
astonishing the faithful fans of the
island with vivid and realistic demonstrations as to how the game of baseball should not be played.
We have a nice Ave room house, was
built last year; on good street, very
near to Sapperton car line; $1300,
terms. Abbott & Hyde, 238 Columbia
street. **
Sydney U. Peele heads the honors
list of the second year, medicine, at
Toronto university, and thereby wins
the first scholarship which accompanies it. Last year he headed the
lirst year list. Mr. Peele received his
education at the high school before
going to the university. Three old
high school students attain successes:
Lawrence Bioe, 17th in the freshman's
class; S. C. Dyke, third in general
proficiency in general arts students,
and Miss L. E. Cruicshank, honors
course in arts, English and history
modern). Miss J. E. Drew, formerly
of Columbian college, is also a successful student.
Dahlias, Geraniums and ��U kinds of
beding and vegetable plants. Davies ft
Son.   Telephone B208.
clair and Miss I_. Davis. Mrs. George | carrying trade short ly. Captain Shad-
Adams and Miss Ada Murcutt are also 1 forth, late of the 1/onsdale, Canadian-
representlng Westminster, having ; Mexican line, has arranged to put the
been appointed as alternates, and re-| vessel into commission along the
placing Mrs. (Dr.) Manchester and 1 Mexican coast in the fruit carrying
Mrs. .1. Macdonald, tooth of whom business to San Francisco. The cap-
were unable to attend. tain is in San  Francisco  completing
arrangements,    and    will   return   to
As was stated in the News   some  Westminster at an early date to outfit
days ago, the Newlngton, Aid. Fader's 1 the vessel, and fit her up for the new
steamer, will go on the Mexican fruit line of work.
Bowling Alley
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Opens Thursday Night
With Two Notable Contests
J. J. Cambridge vs. F. Davis
 AND ._-
John A. Lee vs. A. F. Hale
AND OTHER EXPERTS
A team of Vancouver's best bowlers will give an
exhibition game.   Come and inspect our equipment.
R. R. CARVER. MANAGER
Dupont Block. Front Street
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3
RESIDENCES
As I am about to leave the city I am offering three residences and
a number of fine residential and business lots for sale, some of them
improved.
The large and beautiful residence
and grounds I now occupy, corner
Sixth and Agnes streets. Most suitable for professional or buisness man.
The residence and grounds corner
Sixth and Carnarvon street on frontage of 132 feet on Carnarvon street.
The residence corner Sixth and
Agnes streets. For terms and particulars apply to me at my residence, 53
Sixth street.
FIRST
SECOND
THIRD   *
A. M. HERRING
BE ALERT!
NON-TARIFF INSURANCE IS
THE POPULAR INSURANCE TODAY BECAUSE IT IS AS GOOD
AS THE BEST AND COSTS LESS
MONEY. I AM SAVING MONEY
FOR HUNDREDS OF CLIENTS IN
NEW WESTMINSTER AND CAN
SAVE IT FOR YOU IF I AM NOT
DOING 80 NOW. ENQUIRE FOR
RATES.
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SATURDAY TO Ef
CIRCUS
DAY
ImAP
Langley,  .Matsqui, Sumas, and   Chilli-
v��� .ck and the Power Company, which
rreements were
snail be devoted in part payment o.
the cost of construction of the said
steel bridge or otherwise on   Luiu Is-
resolatlc-n confirmed by by-laws regularly passed
e Municipal Councils of the said
duly   ratiflet
an t
Follow directions
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean .simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. 2
The Barnum .. Bailey circus played
an extended engagement at  .Madison
Square Garden, New York City    this   i
spring.
The Rmgling Brothers circus began
their Season at the Coliseum, Liiicago.
J1 is reported thnt their business was   (
very large.
The Greater Norris <* Howe circus,
ma-.am, menagerie, hippodrome and
congress of nations, began their season in San Francisco this year, ln
days the big show played to
27t��,873 paid admissions. The press of
the city were enthusiastic iii I ��� ���-
phraise of the new big show,
By  arrangement of  the  three    big
circuses,  each of tneni opened tbeir
a in the metropolis of the various sections of the country that they
will play.    Barnum  iv   Bailey    circus
will play tbe -New England states; the
Singling Bros., the middle west  and
southern    Btates,    and    tbe    Greater
Norris <s_  Row..- circus  the    territory
west of the rockles.   Thus each section oa' the country will have one of
the big shows this year.
It is estimated that with the three
.reuses of the country, the Ring-
Bros., the Greater Norris & Rowe,
ihe Barnum & Bailey shows, that
.     ^ IS lO people. 1000 horses. 1""
. .    ;an;s, 175 cars, besides hundreds
her animals used.    It cost about
$12,000 a day to operate these shows.
They are about of equal size and im-
jxirtance this year.
The Greater Norris & Rowe circus
will exhibit at New Westminster on
Saturday of this week.
f ive Cents A Bar
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
I
A Priceless Asset
A good set of teeth contribute greatly to
one's health and happiness. They add much
to the  appearance and more  to  the   digestion.
.Neglect i< the only cause for the loss of
teeth. Come to us .NOW. before it is too
iate.
READ   OUR    PRICES
THEY  NEVER CHANGE
Full  Set of Teeth        $5.00
Bridgework  (per tooth)     $5 CO
Gold   Crowns         $5.00
Gold  Fillings      $1-00  up
Platina   Fillings       $1-00
Extracting     50
Land as the Council may
determine.
(ii. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the ratepayers of the Muni- ���
cipallty of the said Corporation in like
manner as is requisite for the issue of
debentures for the raising of any loan.
I*.; This By-Law may be cited as
the "Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law.
1.0S."
Lone and passed in open Council
tills I'Oth day of January, 1908.
Received the assent of the ratepayers this day of
Reconsidered and finally passed this
day of      , 1908.
ALL WO*,K GUARANTEED WITH A
TECTIVE GUARANTEE FOR
TEN YEARS.
PRO-
YESTERDAY AND TO-DAY
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
DR. A. R. BAKER, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings St. VV., Vancouver
Hours���9   a.   m.   to   6   p.    m. Phone   2229
Corporations, the agreements between
the Corporation of the Township of
Chilliwack and the Power Company
l*cing also ratified and confirmed y
-The Chilliwack City Incorporation
Act" (1908).
The waters at present recorded by
the Power Company from Lake Co-
(liiitlam and from Lake Buntzen will
be utilized to generate the power required to operate the said further
undertaking of ths Power Company,
and It is proposed to transmit such
��� ���'.���:���. light and heat through ani bj
means of pole and transmission lines
from any of the power houses, sub-
nations or transmission lines of the
Power Company throughout the wholc-
Mayor. ;i,0^ wjth*n which the further under-
king of the Power Company is to be
carried on, and as is hereinbefore de-
fined:
Take notice that the above is a true _. And this is further to certify
copy of the proposed By-Law which Lhat the first part or portion of the
will be taken into consideration by .aid undertaking and win-;;, 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 Chill.-
Columbian," and "Daily News" news- wack and the necessary poi��_ and
papers, which first publication took fan. mis-ion lines in connection th ire
place on the _0tb  day of May,  1_i.i*_,   with;
and that a vote of the electors of the ' (,,) And this is further to certify
C/ty will be taken on the said pro- that the Power Company shall have
posed By-Law on Che 22nd day of duly subscribed l.e.ore it commences
June, 190S, between the hours of nine the construction of the said further
o'clock  a.m.,  and  five  p.m., at    the  undertaking and   works, or
WEONESDAY. JUNE17J
Sent#0n Approval
To -UttPOHSIBUI Pi
Laughlin
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following places, namely, the Council
Chamber, Civic Building, the Fire
Hall, Sapperton; and the Light Station,  Tenth s'reet.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, May 20th. 1908.
"WATER
PART   IV.
CLAUSES   CONSOLIDA
'ION  ACT,   1897."
terd. ' is the title
....    tic 1
.  and contrasting man's
lifterent dec-ad*-,   da in?
to l .      riton.
v.   .:  worthy of much
i I ng with the
ern fl gotten II
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.   . you if   you
ne or cai at any of the
FASH .  \rT .hops
(Mas! Service
1
exi-n Ises
any of the powers in tha* behalf c inti rred j tue "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897," Part IV.. one thou.,-
und ii'i'iiu shares of one dollar (I1.00J
��� ich. The further amount of caj
required  to  fully complete the    first
said further und
 and works is to be provided by the
.   ... of two mil.ion four hundred and
ninety-nine thousand   dollars ($2,.
"""i to be made by the British C
bia Electric Railway Company, to   be
moi gag       nds    oi    the
I ���    upany in sterling or dee m .
sueh
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Laughlin Mfg. Co.
Majestic EJIdg..
225
Oetroit,
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MAIL CONTRACT
1.    This Is * - certif;   thai thi   Van-
*    Po irer    I om] any,    1. n    ��� I,
.,,���.,, . CQm      irrenc;  carrying interest, or by
l Of    security    a-   may
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
Lulu Island Land Sale By-Law,
1908.
lm   rpoi ited    pur
.*  IV.    of    the    "Watei "" ^tween ih"    *���' ' Com*
Clauses Consolidation A   .   L897,"    on  ;":
Lhe 25th d.,.   of .i... :    j. for the      '!' A: ;   "" !   turth���r ;" c�� ���    5
tiie time within  whii h    h       iid  fur-
. al to be - name.;
one th loliars, In addil on    to
I ready su   icri bed, la fixed al
��� ���:. the date hereof, and
time in which the lirsi    part    Of
ther under iking
i, tor the
e    of    exercising    the    rights,
nd    priorities in
i -1  ��� IV.   of    the   said Act
ted, and confei
bL.VLLU TENDEI,
the Postmastei i,
ceived at Ottawa   i F
day, the Nineteentn June, j
vi yance of His M .. |
proposed coo
-���'���������
pro;, : offi
Gilley Station, B.
during the Postn
ure.
Printed notic -
information as I
ed contract i.
'���������<,-��� forms of tend, r
itched by C. P.
a.m.; close 6:30.
P.. train at 7
1.
ytl   pgia     of    Canadian     ."".'or tn-Weit
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Do-
... ....    -   In  Manitoba,  Saskatch-
. and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
iii addition  to Its undi ..      bere-
d of by the Lieutenant-
In Coun i      Iflcates ol
ited tl     .    b daj oi F< b-
of May,
11906,  ... . n    . ..:-  :''    ' '    :  �� :i 0| md from Mr. .1
t-Gove nor    In  the to1   h   '   '; ":* : '      *      A   whI' '  and at the offlc
..va!. and    thai    the:1**** ���'''^'���^-   ��r an,   p
s; Id   : irther .   works
��� fore
tii"   post   offic
j
-
Law to
tain i
Authorize the Sale of Cer-
.ands on   Lulu  Island.
WHEREAS  the Corpor* :ion of the
City of New Westminster is tbe owner
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,   r-amilv  or any male over is years of; of (inter alia. Lots One (1. to Thirty- [lines of electric railway, tramways, or
daily
Millside  No.   1.   daily   et..-.,..  Sunday;   Sapperton   .No.   1,   daily   except
Sunday.   Malls received at 10:30 sun.
Dispatched  by B. C. Electric railway
Co., 6:30 a.m.
Vancouver, No. 1, dailyexceptSundays,   Return mail received 10 am.
Vancouver, No. 3, and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; daily except Sunday. Return mails received
at l'.:30 p.m.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:25
p.m., mail closes at 16: .5 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C.
P. R. first mailj. Return mail received
at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. No. 2. 6:30, all points west
ol Lytton. eXC:ej,r Agassis, Coquitlam,
Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton.  No.  2;   Millsin
Coquitlam, daily except Sun'.aj     a-_-
turn mail received at 10:30 p.m.
Dispatched  by carrier 12"0Q noon:
Timberland, Straw erry Hill,   Tu- s-
- and Fridays.   Return    malls   received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouv ���:.
except Sunbury.
Sunburry.     Mondays,   Wednesdays
and Fridays;   leaves 11 a.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i: 13 o. m.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday
Return mails received at 1*10 p. m.
Burna'y    Lake,    Return . mail    at
5 p.m.
Dispatched hy G.N. Fyier, 4 D. m.:
To southern    poinrs,    dally exceor
Sunday.    Return mail 11 p. ro.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8 45 a.m.;
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, T^i. ..el!.,
Haselmere, I-lall's Prairie, Bonac-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
l'0int3 in eastern states), daily except Sunday. Return malls received
at 3.30 p.m. Bonacord Wednesdays
and Satunlavs.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec- j four  (34)   both inclusive, in Block  A  street railways,   wilh    all    necessary
tlon of 160 acres, more or less. jof Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven jl Ole  lines  and overhead    and    other '
Application   for   entry     must     be ' (757., Group One (1), in the City   of j construction    with all necessary side- j
made in person   by  the  applicant at j New Westminster, Province of British
a Dominion Lands Agency    or   sub- j Columbia.
agency for the district in which the |    AND WHEREAS the present woodland ts situate.   Entry by prosy may.
id    thai    the '���"- *  --��""����   '-���  ""���' v spector.
said further ig, as shown    ��� ' ��� !,J  forther  :':' '    ' " *   ' JOHN!!
the do D duly filed In fceri " '     nccd
pursuance of the said Act, has   been "'       Sve yeaw rom the   da:e Post office Ins;���,tu:. .    ,
arprov       .    that the same Is as foi- hereof'or 8uch ��nrther tlm'    u     ;he     couver B   r       b Ma
i,nvs: Lieutenant-Governor In Council  may I
The .   :.     iction, equipment, opera-  her' ,:'"! ^'i'rove* T
Con, and mainl nance of    a    line or      Dated th!a 19th *** of Ma- l908' '
FRED .1. FULTON,
Clerk of the Executive Co in
nowever,  be made  at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, moth-
en bridge across the North Arm of
the Eraser River in the said City of
New Westminster is in an unsafe an i
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of i dangerous condition and it is nece6-
.n intending hnmesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans-
sary to replace the said bridge with a
new steel structure.
AND WHEREAS it is deemed   advisable in the interests of the    said
(1)    At least six months' residence j Corporation that the said lands should
upon and  cultivation of the land in ue sold and the proceeds devoted   in
year for three years. I I)art- payment of the cost of construc
tion of the said    steel    bridge    ani
otherwise on Lulu Island.
AND WHEREAS bv tne "New Westminster Act, 18SS���.Amendment Act
1!*S'J," it is provided that the Council
of the said Corporation may, with the
(.ach
(_) .-_ Homesteader may, if be so
desires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty. (_0) acres in ejetent, In
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement
13) If the father (or mother, If the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
nas iiertiianent residence on fanning
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (.SO) acres in extent, ln
the vicinity of the homestead, or up-
i 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).
(.). The term "vicinity'' in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusivfi o' the width
| of road allowances crossed iu '.he
measurement.
(3) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with tho 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 In writing must
be given to lhe Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
' to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the .Minister o' the Interior.
1 N. B.���Unautnorlzert publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for. M
t acks,  switches, and    branches    for
the    conveyance   of pass.ngers    and
treight  from some point or points at I
or near Lots one (1)  and    two    (2),
City Block four (4;, iu the City    of
New Westminster, to and throughout I
the streets of the City of Chllnwack,
passing    through   the    municipalities I
cr Surrey, Delta,    Langley,    .Matsqui,
Emmas and Chilliwack, and the Town- \
sites  of Ahbotsford  and  Huntingdon, j
and throughout the District   of New \
Westminster and over and along any
Of the public roads in tbe said .Municipalities  or  any  of  the  intervening ;
peblic roads, or such other rights of ]
way where the public roads are not '
u.-ed,   as   may*    be acquired    by    the I
Power Company;  the election,    con-
Bt ruction, operation and  maintenance
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
Mail   Contract
6-
7-
8-
9-
12-
- Asylum.
-Royal City Milts.
-Carnarvon and T��nth
-Royal avenue and Eighth.
-Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
-St. Mary's Hospital.
SEALED TENDERS, addl
the Postmaster General, wil
iceived at Ottawa until Now
day, the SEVENTEENTH   OF
NEXT, for the
assent of the ratepayers of the said | within the said City of Chill.wack
Corporation, to be first had and ob-|u��-d the said Municipalities and Dis-
tained in like manner as is requisite  '���'���������'i of Nt w Westminster, of electric I
} v orks,
plants
powt r nouses, generating
pole lines, overhead and other
construction, and such other appliances and conveniences as 'are necessary in and throughout the said City
of Chilliwack, the streets thereof, and
in 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 manufacturing and industrial purposes, and
in connection therewith; the construction. Operation and maintenance of all
necessary and required overhead pole
ar.d transmission and other lines
necessary or required in connection
with the said undertaking from any
of the power houses, sub-stations or
fansmission lines of the Power Com-
foi the issuing of debentures for the
raising of any loan, sell real property
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 be lawful for tie
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
(3-1) both inclusive, in Block A of
Lot Seven Hundred and Fifty-seven
(757), Group One (1), in the City of
.New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, upon such terms and conditions as the said Council may by resolution determine. And the Mayor and
Clerk of the said Corporation are ! rany throughout the whole area, as ls j
hereby .authorized and empowered to thereinbefore set forth. Together with |
execute and deliver such conveyances, ja.'i such rights, powers and privileges
agreements for sale or other lnstru-:ar. may be necessary to effectually
mints as may be necessary to effec- JcPrry out the terms and conditions of
tuate such sale or sales; provided that j the several attreements made between
the proceeds of any such sale or sales   Ibe Corporations    of Sarrtf,    Delta,
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue B.r,<\  Sixth.
24���.....rd avjraue and Second.
25���Fifth a*v"Plle and Fourth.
26��� Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���.^gnps and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C.P.R.  8tatlon.
42���Small k Bucklin Mills.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westmin
ster Board of Trade meets in the
Hoard Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
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1 Street Sewer By-Law
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAQB SEVfcN
t1908
min !0i
.Bv-law to enable tne wi. oi m Westminstei  to raise the sum    of
-������ ..purpose of construe,,.,, ,   ^    SSSrtJbeSSrfwJ
MJ/aif in value of such real proper,       LVing       Uoned  o?the
K of a sewer having a sectional area  ,   ,,     .    Tan four feeTo^
i      , .. ieels.
,,,,, gtreel from Front Street, to S _ h Avenue
;; . ;tveet from Sixth Str%et to Lyl , ��� luare
tombia Street from Sixth Streel Lo Lo,   . Block XIV
Clarl
i m i
'.',,, street from Sixth S reet to Lol 14, Block li
��� street from Sixth Street to Lo   17, Block 3
STctorla Street from Sixth Street   o Lot       Block A.
Lmingbam Street from Sixth Str ,ot 12, Block _.
1 ,,.��� . Avenue from Sixth Stree: to Lol  11 ock H
;* , streel from Sixth Streel to Lo   . .. bl0ck ll
KGe0 ge Street from Sixth .Street to Lo   32, Block ,1
... Street from S xth Street, to Lo' 36, Block II
Avenue trom Sixth Street to Lol 37 ol Lots 7, 39 ft 40 S Blk VI
,  |jford Street from Sixth Streel to Fifth Street,
i Avenue from Sixth Stree; to Eas        . ol  Lol
Avenue from Six;h Streel to Fourth Sti
Avenue from Sixth Street to Third Stree "
fif.ii Streel from Third Avenue to _ixth Avi a .
WHEREAS it is deemed exp  lien   to grant  the prayer ot   the
on, and that the funds to be   provided    for   such    Improvem
repaid by Bpecial rate In the dollai to be levied on the real pro-
,. benefited thereby Is as follows, I .     .- to
Lancn
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i Fo"i'i
tilth
Sis'ii
INT.
Sui). Block \'ll.
OWNER'S  NAME.
, . Q Trust Co., Ltd C.5 11
If:'".    . & L. D. Lilts C.6 1 N. <A
Cublli CO 1 S. ft
Lgi.M Realty Co CC 2 S. E. pt.
|aja._!i Bank of Commerce  C.6 2 N. W. pt,
% Laffertj    C.6 3
JL,.;, Thompson  C.6 4 .N. W. %
ItoDouglas & John A. Douglas ....C.6 I S. E.  ._
m,m B. Mathers    C.13 18
fc(i_:aiii!i Government  C.14 l &: _
joiijioa Government   Cor. Queens Ave. and
Eighth St. Armouries
��� i ,-,< N'ew Westminster  C.14 3
I-. .. Sew Westminster  C.14 4 W. 28 ft.
Eg r, \\ aghorn  C.14 . E. ;j_ ft.
E     S  Hall  C.13 13
I    .   S   Hall C.13 ll N. pt 50%ft.
Ijavi. Murchle   C.13 14 S.pt. o2x66
lv. A. & Alice Anderson C.25 ii __ 4 N. V_.
���b. J. Hacking  C.23 3 ft I   S.%
Erge E, Drew  C.25 _
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l.ol.-' Trinity i'arish     U>
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���lea m. WaUer   lj- ls
IHelen M. Walker   I- ly
I J. V. P. Herring    1; -"
II Leu Thompson   l* -1
pL'ired Phllpot  u- "
Bleu M. a: Cella S. Hotfard   b. 23
lairtha. E  Turnbull   D -'
J Mary \. ...dunes   B 25
Bhncea E. Herring   B. 26
gtances 1:. Herring   B. 'i>
gttces B, Herring   E. 28
Fiances E. Herring   ii- -'���'
BW. Padmore   u :;"
I Martha E, Turnbull   B. 31         0
Ifcorge Cunningham, Jr fa- :;-
ICranb:, Farrant  fa- "'
Ijjatiou-ii Drug & Chemical Co B- "'
IHenry T. Thrift    fa- :;"
IU' L. Juhnsun   B. 36
.^t- J, Armstrong  C.30 b
m,J. Rothwell  C.30 1
Kratral Methodist Church Trustees ..H. 1 4: -
��!' G. Hood   i;- :;
Igj*"- G. Major   1!* 4
tetatv fi   0. M. Dockrlll   '' J
\\0K- G. Major   >'��� b
���Jfit's E. Peck  "*
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wiil McBroom   i:* :*
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^laide Sinclair   g. ��   B.V4
feoio Shinobu    'j- S2   m2
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��*helia W. McPherson    H- 2"
[Aexander Dutch    ����� 2S
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gjft K Smith   " 29
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Sraor"l'i CJtobson   H. 89
fWerick Jackson   H. 40
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Amand 1 Rousseau  s.6
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Jami.-. An lerson  s.6
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Georgi   '.      ��� it  s.6
Estate Rob, .   Alexander  S. 6
Ciias. G, Majoi    i. 6
Adeline   Am       ong    S. 6
S.6
���Janel  Hall   3.6
S.6
Adella G. Webbei    s.6
Wm. ('. Curtis  s. 6
Harvey M. Straight  8.6
!*'. ,1. Hart  <_: Co S 6
W llllam Townsi ud  S. 6
John B. Jaraine  S.6
Aiian Pi ti r Grant  S. C
Henry (.'. .Major  a. c
Jame. rf. Dougherty  s.6
Robi ,i   1).  Hendry ' S. 6
Ro  ���rt  D.  Hendry    S.6
1 .ue Hudson    S. 6
tsuac Hudson   S. 6
James A. Cunningham   S. 6
James Cunningham  S.6
T   S.  Annandale  S.6
T.  S.  Annandale  S.6
ii. A. Greame and T. S. Annandale ..S.6
L. .\. Greame and T. S. Annandale ..S.6
K. A. Greame and Ti S. Annandale ..S.6
B A. Greame and T. S. Annandale ..S.6
E. A. Creamy and T. S. Annandale ..S.6
\\ in.   Hearn    S. 6
Win.  Hearn    S. 6
James Trodden  S. 7
Ccnstance  'leather    S. 7
Katie  Ellen Brown   S.7
Margaret E. Walker  S. 7
Margaret  Peer S.7
M   B. tunes   ....: S.7
L. C. Bishop of New Westminster  ..S.7
Robert Jardine   S. 7
Robert Jardine    S. 7
Ei.enezer  Knight    S 7
William  A.  Grafton    S.7
\\ ihiam  A.  Grafton     S. 7
George -McPhail    S. 7
George  McPhail    S.7
W   J. Corbett   S.
C. C.  Dunn    S.7
Jehu   Weaver    S.7
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36, 37, 38    19 E.   ^
19 W. >/.
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22 S.   \2
22 a\\     Vi
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26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
360
360
600
300
300
040
640
580
580
640
610
'680
580
040
560
640
600
610
710
680
680
700
GOO
600
640
560
640
580
580
640
39, 40 1       660
2 520
3 460
4 .Mi
5 500
6 480
7 480
S 480
9       480
10 -ISO
11 i    480
12 480
13 500
5 S.W.p.2V4��h. 1,500
5 S.E. cor. lot 750
5 Middle E. lot 450
6 N. Vs acre 700
6 2 300
6  1 & 3
E. 1-3
1
2
15
16
17 N.16ft.
36 W. 14
37 W. V.
36 E. %
37 E. %
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
1
V. ii nian
..S.7
.Mui ha  \\ hyman   S.
i'no..   R.   Pearson    S.7
["bos.  R.  Pearson    S.7
Annie   Baker    S 7
John  Weaver    S.7
I .   C.  Dunn    S.7
\i    .1. Corbett .S 7
.1.  A.   .Mountain    S.7
.lune II. G. Hill estate   &��� 7
An bur E.  B. Hill
Anuur  B.  B. Hill
\\ ni.    I'aylor    	
\\ in.   Taylor    	
Richard G. L��ngle
Rl ard G. Dingle
Harry T. Shaw ..
Harry T. Shaw ..
Arthur E. B. Hill .
A:thur B. li. IIiii .
Mrs. J. il. Vidal .
V. alti r  J.   Baber  .
W. .i. Bater  	
W. J. Bater
 8.7
 S.7
 S.7
 S.7
 S.10
 S.10
 S.10
 S.10
 S.10
 S.10
 S.10
 S.10
 S.10
 S.10
Marth i  E.  Turnbull    S.10
Martha B.  Turnbull    S.10
George B. Conner   S. 10
George   McPhail    S.10
George McPhail  S.10
Elizabeth M. -Meredith   S. 10
C. G. Major   S 10
C.  G. Major    S.10
Jacob  R. Coon    S. 10
Georgina  E.  Archibald    S.10
W.  W.  Forrester   S. 18
W    W.  Korrester   S.13
W.  W.  Forrester    S.13
Arthur Doig      S. 13
Arthur Doig  S. 13
Aithur Doig  ' S.13
C   B. Armitage   S. 13
U. B. Armitage   8-13
Emeline Wilson S. 13
Ralph  Wilson    S. 13
Rr-lph  Wilson    S.13
Ralph   Wilson    S.13
Mrs. Elizabeth Pope   S. 13
George M. Appleton    S. 13
John   Pope    B.18
Miss  Elizabeth  Pope    S.13
Fie.l B. Pemberton   S. 13
Henry W. Russell   S. 13
.l.imes R.   Brennan    S.18
David E. Ellsworth   S. 10
City of New Westminster  S. 10
Robert F. Dough erty  	
John  Pope   	
David   D.  Burnett    ��-10
Maria Burnett     ���s-1��
.S.10
.S.10
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26
26
26
26
26
26
26
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
28
28
28
28
28
28
o
5
5
5
5
5
6
7
7
7
7
13
13
13
13
13
J3
14
14
14
14
14
.4
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
4
4
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4
4
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3,000
2,400
300
380
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6
7
8
9
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19
20
21
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23
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4
5
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4
5
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28
29
30
31
32
33
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4
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350
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560
4S0
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480
550
460
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460
460
460
460
460
580
500
���HO
330
330
330
330
380
350
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
4,900
530
490
475
460
300
230
230
230
230
240
380
300
300
300
300
330
225
215
215
215
215
215
215
290
245
245
245
245
275
2.18
2.18
3.65
1.82
1.82
3.89
3.89
3.53
3.53
3.80
3.89
3.53
3.53
3.89
3.40
8.89
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3.70
4.32
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4.13
4.26
3.66
3.65
3.89
3.40
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3.89
1.01
3.16
2.80
2.92
3.04
2.92
2.92
2.92
2.!��2
2.92
2 92
2.92
3.40
9.12
4.56
2.74
4.26
1.84
18.24
14.59
1.84
2.31
2.31
1.84
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1.37
2.13
2.92
2.92
2.92
3.40
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2.92
2.92
3.34
2.80
2.80
2.80
2.80
2.80
2.80
2.80
3.68
3.04
2.68
2.0U
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.31
2.13
1.98
1.98
1.98
1.98
. 1.98
1.98
1.98
1.98
29.7SI
3.22
2.98
2.89
2.80
1.82
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.40
1.40
2.31
1.84
1.84
1.S4
1.84
2.00
1.87
1.81
1.8.
1.31
1.31
1.31
1.31
1.78
1.49
1.49
1.49
1.49
1.67
imposed and on that security only, and debentures amounting to ihe sum
of twenty thousand (30,000) doliais shall be issued by the .a-iii Corporation therefor,
t-l.) 'lhe said debentures Bhall be made payable at the expiration
Of twenty t20) years from the date oi Issue ol the same and beai inter��.*t
at a rate not exceeding live per centum  per annum.
(5.1 Thv debentures may both as to principal and Interest be payable in any place in Great Britain, in the United States of America, or
Canada, and may he expressed In sterling money, or in any other currency, and may lie made payable In gold and the amount to lie raised
therein shall be paid out and expended in paying ofl and discharging
any temporary loans heretofore obiained ou account of the siid improvements and works, ami for any other necessary expenses in connection
with   said   Improvements  and   works, and (or no other purpose whatever.
(6.) If at any time any of the owners of the said real property
hereinbefore described, or of any part thereof, desire io commute tha
Assessment imposed by tliis Act by the paymenl of his, her or their
proportionate share or shares of the cost thereof as the principal sum
in lieu thereof, he, she or they may so commute by payment of such sum
as may be necessary to realize at the end of the. currency of such di> en
tuivs a sum equivalent to the balance then unpaid of the said special rate
thereon.
(7) All monies arising out of the said annual special rate, and all
monies received in comniutaUon thereof under the preceding section of this
By-law shall be deposited in the Savings Hank of some char:, red bank.
t8) Every debenture to be issued hereunder shall contain a provision
in the following words: "This bebenture or any Interest therein shall not.
after a certificate of ownership has been endorsed therein by the treasurer
of the corporation, bo transferable except by entry liy the treasurer or his
deputy in the debenture registry book of the said corporation at the City
of New Westminster."
(9) The amouHt of the speiial rate levied hereunder shall lie added to
the taxes [or the financial year in which such rale . assessed and levied,
and such special rate may be collected in every respect as ordinary land
or real property taxes of the City <>f New Westminster and may be enforced and recovered in the 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, however, that no rebate shall ibe
allowed  on  the  amount   levied here under,
(10) This By-law shall come Into operation and take effect on the day
of the  passing I hereof.
,11) This By-law may bo cited as the "Sixth Street Sewer By-law,
1908." .
Done and passed  in open Council thi
Tth
f. L. S.
W. A. DUNCAN.
I City Clerk.
day of May.
W. H.
190S.
KEARY,
Mayo'-
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.! inniTA TlftW  (U/PD
TORY OBSTRUCTION
���rltlah Columbia Coast Lint
Service.
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess  May leaves  Vancouver    8
p.m.   June   16,   27.     Princess   Royal
leaves Vancouver 8 p.m. June 9, 21.
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Royal, June 9.
Princess  May,  June   15.
Princess Royal, June 21.
Prinecss May, June 27.
VANgOUVER-VXTORlA ROUTE.
Princess Royal leaves Vancouver
at 1:30 p.m. dally for Victoria.
Royal arrive in Victoria 6:30 p.m.
Royial arrives Vancouver 8 a.m.
Charmer leaves Vancouver at 11:30
p.m. daily except Sunday.
Charmer arrive in Victoria 6:30 a.m.
Charmer arrives Vancouver 7 p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on W"d-
uesday.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE 'ROUTE.
Princess   Victoria   leaves   Victoria
5:30 p.m. daily; arrives In Seattle 9:30
p.m.   daily.    Leaves   Seattle   9   a.m.
dally; arrives in Victoria 1 p.m. daily.
AND, WHEREAS, the value of the whole real property rateable uuder
this By-law, as ascertained and linany determined as aforesaid, l�� two hundred and eighty-seven thousand and thirty  ($287,030) dollars;
\Nu v> tlEREAS, the amount of the debt which this By-law la Intended to create is twenty thousand ($80,000) dollars;
.AND, WHEREAS, it will requl.e th. sum of one thousand (|1,000)
dollar, to be raised annually for a period of twenty (20) years to pay the
interest of the said de.;t, and the sum or seven hundred and forty-four and
31-100 ($744.31) dollars to be raised annually during the said period for
the payment of the debt to be created by this By-law, such last mentioned
sum being sufficient, with the estimated interest on tho investment thereof to discharge the said debt whpn the same becomes payable, making in
all the sum of seventeen hundred and forty-four and 31-100 ($1744.31) dol-
lars to be. raised annually as aforesaid;
AND WHEREAS, the value of the whole real property rateablo under
this By-law directly benefitted by the said improvement, and work upon
which it will be required to charge an annual special rate lh the dollar
sufficient to pay the interest and create a sinking fund for paying the said
Dtlncipal debt of twenty thousand ($20,000) dollars wituin twenty (20)
years which said debt Is created on the security of the special rate settled tiv this By-law and on that security only ls two hundred and eighty-
seven "thousand and thirty ($287,030) dollars;
.NOW, THEREFORE, the Municijal Council of the Corporation of the
City of New Westminster enacts a*' follows:
11 , 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) dolhrs shall be raised annually for the
navment 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
U744.31 aforesaid annually ta be raised annually as aforesaid.
i'm A special rate of 6.08 mills in the dollar is hereby Imposed on
the real property above described according to the value thereof as herer*
inbefo're mentioned, exclusive of improvements, over and above all other
rates and taxes, which special rate shall be sufficient to produce in each
vear tne sald sum of seventeen hundred and forty-four and 31-100 (fl,-
74131) dollars, and shall be annually laesrted la the Collector's Roll in
each vear tor the neat succe��din��t twenty (10) years, and shall be payable r the time or times and at the place and fa the manner in which the
ordinary nty taxes are payable, provided, however. that no rebate shall
iw aiiowe.i on the amount levied bsteeadar M aforesaid.
i ���! ) The sum of twenty tboosaad (10,000) dollars shall be raised
by loan by this Corporattoa oa Maf seeartty of   the special rate hereby
WEST COAST  ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of each
month  for Quatsino and way  ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott aud way ports-
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30  pm, dally,
except Sunday,    Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .   NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
8.8. City of Nanalme.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8.8. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd ami  16th of
every  month.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANOA, LUND,
ETC.
8. 8. Queen City.
Trom Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver 10 **,*x\. ever*
Thursday. Returning arrlvea at Van
couver Bunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via ladysmith.
UP RIVKR.
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 I p.m. Additional trip Motaday 5 a.m.
Leave   Westham   Island   Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at T a.m.   Friday % a.m.   Addl-
ttteaal trip Saturday leave Ladner at
S p.m.
Situation Is Discussed in Parliamentary Caucus���Program to Be Carried Out.
Ottawa, June 16.���Al the Library
caucus this morning, the parliamentary situation was discussed. There
was no announcement relative to the
election bill, but it was determined
to carry out the government program
of legislation before the close of the
session.
There is great Irritation In government ranks over the systematic obstruction practiced by the opposition
this session and there is a general
sentiment favoring a change of rules
of the House to make It possible for
the government or speaker to put an
end to debates which have passed tho
bounds of reasonable discussion and
have become pure obstruction. Most of
the Liberal members are ready to face
their constitiitenclos and prefer such
a change In the rules. They say they
can make it clear to electors that the
opposition has grossly abused its
privileges this session, made itself absurd and reflected that absurdity on
the whole of parliament. There waa
uo announcement as to the closure
und It is a step which will not be
mule without further consideration
The revision of the Manitoba lists ts
now going on under the direction ot
the Roblin government, while Mr.
Roblin has yielded to the arguments
of Mr. Borden and has allowed the
revising Judges to adjourn from d*ay
to day and continue the hearings.
There niv a great many complaints
of unfairness in regard to naturalisation and great distances which have
to .be traversed to reach the courts of
revision by hundreds of electors left
off the lists by the registration clerks.
HUNDREDS OF JAPANESE
FISHERMEN PERISH
Tokyo, June 16.���Fifty fishing boats
have heeii wrecked oft the coast ot
Kagoshlma, and three hundred and
fifty of the crews have been drowned.
The governor of the province has re-
i rrrtted assistance from the govern-
tr.enl navy yard at Sasebo,
LAND REGISTRY  ACT.
For reservations art
call er address
���D. OOULIT,
Agent, Kesr Weatminater.
g. f. COYL&
asat Oen. Psse Asjeat, Taaeoavar.
2. W. TROUP,
Re lot 241, group 2, New Westminster
district.
A certificate ot Indefeasible title to
the above property will be issue,) to
John 8. Robson on the 15th day of
June, 1908, unless in the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to me
in writing by a person or person*
claiming an estate or Interest therein, or In any part thereof,
C. S. KltTH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Olice, New Westminster, B. C, let May, ltOS.
Tbe person or persona having   In
their onstody or possession the following Title Deeds relating te   the
said property are requested to deliver
the same to the eeOsislgwed:
llth July, IMO-Laels   Wv��a   to
Brest Orau.
Couverenee In lee.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1?
JUNE
MEANS
WEDDINGS
Lovely
Lovely
Wedding Presents
FIFTY MILES OF TIMBER SOLD
IN QUEEN CHARLOTTE GROUP
Purchase Involves Payment of Nearly
5200.000���American   Capitalists
Are the Purchasers.
Morey's
Columbia Street
R_FRk._l.A-
TORS
The .Moresby Island Lumber    cotii-
���pany, an American corporation operating in   the   Queen   Charlotte group,
ihas  just completed  the   purchase   of
! fifty additional miles of timber limits
'there, increasing its holdings to nearly
i
��� one    hundred    square    miles.    These
j limits are located    on   Graham    and
'Moresby islands.    The new purchases
I
I involve payments  of nearly $2UU,UU0.
The money will be divided among
I Victoria and Seattle people, who hud
the Umber staked over a year ago.
The vendors include Captain Oliver, of
I Victoria, and A. Butler, of Seattle,
who sold the Moresby Island Lumber
company its first holdings of forty
limits. The company is now erecting
a large sawmill and will have it completed early this fall.
iftere's no reason why you
should buy "cheap* imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more ��� is absolutely pure ��� and
goes farther.    Get  WINDSOR.
183 W
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HEART STITCHED.
PORCELAIN LINED
AND
ZINC LINED
Delicate     Operation     Performed     on
Woman   In   Roosevelt   Hospital.
i
New York, June IG���Two physicians
in the Roosevelt hospital last night
performed the delicate operation of
sewing up a human heart that had
been cut open by a dagger thrust, the
victim, it is said, bus a chance to recover. Two stitches were taken in
I the heart of Susan Crane, who had
been stabbed by another woman.
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Are the best cream f
sodas on the market.
30c per tin. Try
them once and you
will always use
them.
Dairy butter, per pound
 25c and 30c
I
Three cans corn,
_oc
Prairie Pride Hungarian J
flour, sack $1.60 ���
Buy NOW before our
stock is picked over. A
variety of sizes, and
prices right.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   Gt.,     New   Westminster.  B.  c.
To Take Three-years' Walk.
Toronto. June 16.���Two young Englishmen,  Arthur David    Hadley    and
'john Wynne Hurley, started from the
: city hall here today on a three-years-
I walking  tour.    The  w.uger  for which
t they are walking is over $10,000, and
their Itinerary is Toronto to Vancou-
Iver, to Seattle, to -New York, to Hall-
fax, to Toronto.
Ac ording in the conditions of   the
thi y must linish  within three
[years, and* not rest more than a month
between each section. They must earn
their expenses en route, sleep every
aighi in a tent, draw their baggage In
a hand cart, and'obtain the signatures
of some official in every town and village through whicli th��y pass.
CAMCil
I THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
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* IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
Yaquis Reject Peace Terms.
Nogales, An?., sxine 16.���As pre-
;.i Le i in the dispatch from Hermosillo
lasi Friday, the body of Yaqui Indians
assembled there for several weeks to
discuss terms of surrender to the
Mexican government refused to give
up their amis, as demanded, and
negotiations for ;i peaceful settlement
are broken off, at least temporarily.
SURGEON   WILL CUT AWAY
CHILDREN'S  STUPIDITY
Chicago. .lune 111.���To transform
dull pupils .In the public schools of
Chicago into bright, alert boys and
girls by mean., of a simple and barm-
less surgical operation���thaU in brief,
is ono of the prime objects of the
campaign of inspection inaugurated in
! the grammar schools today by the city
health department The dullness of
pupils that are bright enough to attend public schools, scientists have
found, is due in a large percentage ot
cases* not Lo natural mental deficiencies, but to the growth of adenoids
-it the base of the nas d pas _ag< .
which is known as the post-nasal
tract. A surgeon cuts the adenoids���
jusl like removing a tonsil���and his
knife banishes the apparent stupidity
of the child. That'., the theory.
	
IN STOCK
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g Croquet Sets      Lacrosse Supplies
U Rubber Balls      Cricket Bats
Tennis Rackets
��� .-*
J J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
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Stationers
News Dealers 1
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Catholic's Annual Picnic.
The party of school children, and
others which left the C.P.R. depot,
in connection with the Catholic ox-
cursion to Mission spent a mosl enjoyable- day yesterday. Of the children there were 190, .and a special car
was attached to the 7:1.j a.m. east-
bound. On their arrival a visit was
paid to the little chapel of the Indian
mission, and a short service held. The
children of the Industrial school there
shared with the Westminster youngsters the pleasure of the day. A .basket dinner broke up the mornings
amusements and in the afternoon
sports were held. All kinds of fun
employed the children, and before returning supper was partaken of. It
was a happy but tired crowd which
filed out of the car attached to the
8:40 p.m. on their return to the city.
Father O'Boyle had an energetic com-
mlttee to help him. It may be mentioned that during the day ,a parade
was held of the various Catholic
societies represented.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
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facial, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home. Also manicuring.
For (n*>��"*<-ement ring up A ?on
NOTE-We Write Fire Insurance
in "one hundred per cent." companies
���such as the Aetna of Hartford, the
Atlas, and the. London Assurance, or
London, England.. Our companies paid
their San Francisco losses "dollar for
dollar."
See us about rates before   placing
your business.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
J. J. Johnston, Manager Insurance Dept.
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This store closes  5:30  p.  m.,  daily,  except  SaturcT
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NeW Goods^Read About Them
Special new lines worthy of notice^ This storp
endeavors to satisfy the demands jfJtTT^T
���    tomers at all times.   New linesj^ntior^^d
have been hunted up in various countri^^
are just what you need most probably!    ~~"   " I
Our Best Covert
Coats
On Sale This Week
/
Every coat this season's style. Semi and tight fitting, lined and
unlined, every coat tailor made; perfectly worked and trimmed. All
one color in plain or fancy stripes. Regular prices $10.75 to $15.W.
All one price.   Each  $9.75
Linen  wash   suits  in  white and
linen shade
Made with plain box and full plaited skirts. The. materials are Of
the  best qualities  only, serviceable and substantial for summer w> ar,
easily laundered. Sizes ::_* to 38, eaoh   $6.25 to $7.75 i
'	
Extra  Valin
es i)
a^kaiiji ���,
fc&uj
Boys'
Girls'
andLadies]
High-class silk
hosiery
Plain and fancy lace . I. hiJ
Those who have worn silk stock!
IngB pronounce them the most j
and comfortable hose to wear,
new lot now on display; >������ . I
pink, grey, sky, ],, Hotrope, chamj
pagne, cream, white i black, PeJ
Pair  $1.35 to $2.:
New taffeta panama skirts
The popular skirt material this season has been this serviceable
light-weight panama. The tailor-made skirts of this fabric were
completely sold out two weeks ago. and a new lot was orders ! whicb
has JuEl arrived. Colors brown, green, navy and black, inch $5.00,
$5.50, $6.00 to   $10.00
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Children's muslin bonnets.each 25c
Dozens of children's dainty white mualin wash onnets. Suitable
for children of all sizes, slightly soiled, regular prices 50. to $1.50. On
sate   his week  25c
Special prices on ladies'sailors
White straw sailor hats, ihis Mas,iu's. reduced in /rice, g api I
lot on sale thia week. In thla lot are included seven or eight lines
of misses' and girls' fancy sha >ed sailor.- and hats. Regular prices
75c to $1.50,   Our Bpecial price, each  ���.  ,.50c
New Wash Goods
CHECK GINGHAMS and DARK PRINTS
Many lines of these were sold out several weeks ago, and nvw designs have just arrived to take their place. English prints in plain
spotted and fancy dark colors. Large green, yellow, navy, pink, sky,
cardinal and white checks. .Ml one price. Per yard  15c
New ribbed hos(
for boys andgirh
White,   tan   and
: and pi ;.:
hosiery jusl   in  :���.   .
American made, n> w line I
but they look j
tlonal value.   Ash
Women's cotton
hosiery
Seamless feet- ��� ribbed .opsl
We have   een
In d I
fi el :n cotton hosiei,     .Ve I
that  ue  hav,-  not I
sufficient numbei
mand.    We have ii1 m  now       |
black and with white f<
ly Beamless.   Per pair ..25c to .5c|
Mendings* a u kinds]
It. seems  Impossll le    to prevet
the holes coming in the stockings. ]
Only one thing to do ��� men! "��� '���'
We carry in stock at all times all)
wanted shades In wool, cotton, Hi   |
and silk mendings.
New Dimities
white only
This much used material for children's dresses, ladies' blouses, etc., Is
here In the usual standard stripes, but
you will notice that they appear fresh
and clean. Just In, in fact. Per
yard  25c, 30c and 35c
Fancy white
blouses, a new lot
Style, quality and serviceability '"<
the strong characteristics of ''"-'
blouses. They wash perfectly, better
than silk; are stronger and the trimmings are as dainty and serviceable as
can iKissibly be used. Every waist Is
becomingly trimmed with shadow cm-
broidery, Swiss insertion, medallion
applique, or Valenclenne lace and insertion. All sizes, 32 to VI. The nlcem
blouses this season. Each ..$5 to $10
Travelling Rugs, Each $1.75 to $3.00
Dark colored shawls and rugs In plaid designs; mostly in demand for   travelling  or camp   use;    1'��>'K��
sizes; fringed on edge.   Special  values this week.
Another  special  in   white
wash belts, each 25c
Ten dozen new embroidered wash
belts, new designs, pearl .buckles and
metal buckles;  all sizes.
All linen napkins, each 10c
'Fifteen dozen only, line all l'nin
napkins; size 19 by 19 inches. Regular
price $1.50 per dozen. On sale tl��ls
week, each     c
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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